ODD BUT TRUE:
Camels like tobacco smoke.
~ Local Happenings ~
G.C. Carmack is digging a well.Jay Crabtree bought a pair of hounds last week.
Edith Masters is seriously ill with the measles.
Ina Nivens and Lucille Davis visited Fisk School Wednesday.
Little Bobbie Joe Reed, who has been ill with pneumonia, is better.
Lester Hollars has returned from Brushy Mountain.
Mr. and Mrs. Billie Ledbetter visited in Celina last week.
Ridley Hunter lost a fine cow last week.
Huey Little spent Thursday night on Mitchell Creek.
Denny Poston spent the week-end in Isoline.
Measles are raging in Timothy.
School in Sulphur is processing nicely with an enrollment of 40, under the management of Professor W.V. Carr.
Claude Cantrell is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Lee Poston.
Alma Howard and Hassie Winton were in Rickman Sunday.
Jennie Goodpasture has recovered from the measles.
Mrs. Wells Thomas and children, Billie and Nellie Francis, visited her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. J.A. Gore, Saturday night.
J.D. Danner will start working for J.A. Gore next week.
Joe Wright is building a new house.
Mrs. John Kirby is sick.
Mayor B.H. Hunt is able to be out again.
New York Giant defeat Chicago Bears 30-13 for NFL championship.
Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Roberts were in town Saturday.
“Limehouse Blues” with George Raft at Dixie.
Odell Clark is suffering with the flu.
Vincent Hargis, of Steel Bridge, was transacting business in Livingston last Monday.
Luke West, who operates a school bus out of Rickman, was in town Tuesday.
Japan renounces Washington D.C. Naval Treaty of 1922 and London Treaty of 1930.
We pull most when we pull together.
Go ahead, have your own opinion, but don’t give it so often.
ODD BUT TRUE:
More men than women have their faces lifted for the sake of beauty.
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