Genealogy Trails

 Hardin County, Illinois


June 1929

Source: Hardin County Independent News

Earl George and Pearl Brannon, both of Marion, KY, were married at the county clerk's office on June 22.

A new baby was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Frayer named James Harry.

Rock Creek news:  Mr. and Mrs. Orval Hambrink visited Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Oxford.

Three Mile Creek news:  Tom Peas and Annabel Rotes were married. 

Harris Creek news;  A surprise birthday supper was held for A. J. Clanton at his home.  Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oxford and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Oxford and daughter, Melva, Mrs. Janie Young and daughter Mary Dix attended as well as other relatives and friends.  Everyone enjoyed a meal followed by a sermon by the honoree which he could so ably deliver.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hobbs and baby and Mr. and Mrs. George Oldham and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Spivey.

Keeling Hill news: Mrs. Clarence Dale and daughters, Lorel and Lucille, attended church at Sycamore.

Lover's Grove news:  Porter Williams and Hattie Fricker were married.

Mrs. Fred Gintert and two children and Mrs. J. A. Joyce were recent visitors of Mrs. Wm. Pyle.

Mrs. Nigel Cooper and daughter Elizabeth attended church at Tock Creek and took dinner at Mrs. Hester Clanton's.

Mrs. Mamie Rutherford and child spent Sunday with Aunt Beth Rutherford.

Elizabethtown news: Dr. Whitaker delivered a baby boy on June 15 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Creason.  He was the fourth child and the fourth boy born to the Creasons.

Gilbert Woods and Miss Metta Frailey were married at Shawneetown.

The Village of Rosiclare had given the streets a plentiful supply of oil to keep dust down though it was quite smelly.

Lover's Valley news:  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stacey entertained friends with ice cream and other refreshments.

Three Mile Creek news:  A large crowd gathered at Cowsert Cemetery to clean and decorate graves.  A nice dinner was spread on the grounds then there was preaching by a lady preacher unknown.

A basket dinner and all day meeting were enjoyed at Richland Church.

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