OF THE PAST"
Hardin County Independent News
Creek--Misses Alice Bascom and Josephine Angleton had
spent Sunday afternoon with Misses Marie and Nora
In Rock--Mr. and Mrs. Ted Frailey and daughter
Florence, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Herrin and daughter Peggy
Jean, Mrs. Ted Frayser, Mrs. John Tyler, Miss Connie
Edmondson, and Adrian Frayser had motored to
Hollow--Orval Foster was preparing to farm for hi
brother, Robert Foster. S. T. Lamar had been
doing quite a business with his sawmill which was much
needed by the farmers in the vicinity. Dave
Suits had completed a new barn.
Ridge--Virgil Rutherford had sold his store to Eschol
Rutherford and had moved in the house with his father.
news--Prentice Oxford, son of Lawrence Oxford, and
Miss Edna Humphrey of near Cave In Rock had
married. Herbert Cook, son of Hiram and Mandy
Cook, had married Miss Geneva, daughter of Wm. Newton
of Yellow Springs.
and Mrs. Doc Oxford had moved on Charles Frailey's
farm. W. H. Jackson had purchase mules from
Spence Barnerd and Frank Swaggirt. Virgil Daymon
was working for Elmer Ralph.
Zelma Needham and Garland Dutton, both of near Mt.
Zion, had married.
and Mrs. Earl Davis had purchased 40 acres from Albert
Decker, Jr. and family had been pleasant callers at
Ernest Tolbert's. Adrian Clanton and sister,
Belva, of Shawnee Hollow had visited their sister,
Mrs. Ezra Banks of Elizabethtown. Lee Foster had
moved to his new dwelling.
Mile Creek--Miss Olive Cowsert, Marie, Versie and
Mildred Cornell had visited Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
David Cornell and children, Freda, Mildred and Margie
had been to Elizabethtown.
Ferrell had moved his restaurant from the Miller
building to his own building one door east of the old
stand. He had moved his family to the Watson
property across the street opposite his place of
business. J. B. Dale, Jr. had celebrated his
11th birthday on March 1 enjoying dinner with several
friends prepared by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Dale, Sr.
licenses had been issued to Henry Jones, Cave In Rock,
age 29, and Henna Etta Frailey, 19; Roy Carman,
Carrsville, KY, 24, and Dorothy Walker, 19; Dodd
Gibson, Rosiclare, 30, and Julia E. Gullet,
Creek--Mrs. Dora Clanton, Mrs. Hester Clanton, and
Mrs. Junie Oldham had visited with the former's
daughter, Mrs. Jessie Farley and new baby who was
ill. Ferrell Clanton had gone to work for Willie
In Rock--The stork in the person of Dr. S. E. Oxford
had presented a fine boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Freeman Brown on March 3.
barn belonging to Fleet Oldham had been destroyed by
fire. Ted Frayer's Essex car had burned up
inside the barn. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tinsley
were celebrating the birth of a big boy. Mrs.
Stella Garland had returned from Harrisburg where she
had been employed to work back at Charlie Oxford's
Ridge--A girl had been born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Denton. Everyone was doing fine.
March 18, during assembly at the Rosiclare Grade
School, Marie Herl had been awarded a high school
diploma by Palmer Method of Business Writing.
She was the first scholar in the county to attain the
Winters had advertised that he was going to Mendota,
Wisconsin on Friday and passengers and freight were
wanted from any town between those points.
and Tither--Uriah Belford had moved his sawmill to
James Shelby's farm and was sawing lumber for several
in the vicinity. Henry Rahoof was working for
Celebrated: A birthday dinner was given Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Livers of route 1,
Rosiclare, Ill., in honor of Mr. Liver's thirty-sixth
birthday, although Friday, April 18th was his
birthday. Mrs. Livers thought it best to give
the dinner Sunday so as not to delay the work of any
of the friends and neighbors. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. John Shetler, Roy Lamar and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Shetler, John Volkert and sister, Mrs.
Maggie Ginger, Mr. and Mrs. Druie Livers and three
children, Charlie, Benjamin, Joe and Miss Ellen
Livers, Wilburn Shetler, Anna Zimmer, Martin Realman,
Agnes Zimmer, George and Freddie Humm, Harley and
Uncle Henry Smock, and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Livers and
children. All seemed to enjoy themselves fine if
the day was a bad day.
Grove: We have ben absent for quite a while but
will now call again. Hello everyone. Otto
Turner is slowly recovering from his recent
illness. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shetler spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Drumm. Walter
Oxford closed a very successful term of school a
Karbers Ridge Friday. Mrs. and Mrs. George Myer
also Mrs. Walter Newman came in from St. Louis Easter
to visit homefolks. Miss golda Osman of
Elizabethtown is visiting relative and friends in this
vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wootton visited
Louis Reiner's Sunday. Everyone remember Bro.
Joe Rose's appointment at Vinyard Chapel Church the
first Saturday night and Sunday. The famous
Eddyville choir will be present on Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Hale and daughter, Miss Lolene, called
on Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hale of Elizabethtown
Thursday. Ora Vinyard has secured Karbers Ridge
school for the ensuing term. Sure glad to hear
from Eagle Creek last week; we enjoy your items.
Those present at Alvin Hale's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Joyce, Mrs. Eliza Shipp also Earl Love.
Dinner and supper guests who visited Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Gin???t Easter Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hish, Henry Hish, wife and daughter, Louise, of
Ridgway, Lurian Sneed, wife and grandson, Barnard,
Ezra Karber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gintert?,
Glen, Misses Roberta and India Turner visited in the
afternoon; a pleasant day was spent by all.
(Signed) Happy Moots
and There: We haven't saw any items from here in
some time so will try and write a few hoping the
editor will allow space. We are sorry to report
that Mrs. W. A. Cox fell and broke her left arm while
milking Wednesday night; she is getting along very
well. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Baldwin and the
former's mother, S. J. Baldwin, visited relative on
Eagle Creek Saturday night and Sunday. School
election passed off quietly Saturday eve at Hicks
Branch electing George Winters for director.
Mrs. Bertha Moore and little son, Dolan Eugene,
visited her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Baldwin, a few days last week. Mrs. Ulyss
Cowsert and little daughter, Vivian Ruth, have been
visiting at George Milligan's the past week.
Mrs. Lizzie Clark is leaving for New York today to
join her husband who has employment there.
Charlie Shewmaker was a pleasant caller at George
Baldwin's Sunday eve.
Mile Creek: We are having some April showers at
present. Church was well attended at Sycamore
Saturday night and Sunday. Steve Rost is digging
a cistern for Ulyss Cawsert at present. We are
sorry to hear of the death of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hancock; the bereaved ones have our sympathy.
Miss Olive Cowsert visited Mrs. Freda Potts Monday
eve. Stone Church school will be out Friday, the
25th. There will be a program in the
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac English and son,
Fred, were in Rosiclare Wednesday. Horace Joiner
who has been visiting Isaac English is visiting
Charley Cochran at this writing. We understand
that Mrs. Lula Cochran is very poorly at this
writing. Easter passed off very quietly in these
parts. Misses Olive Cowsert visited Mrs. Lisa
English one day last week. Those present at Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Cowsert's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Cowsert, Rev. T. S. Rector, Mrs. Freda Potts and
sister, Margie Cornell, were callers in Rosiclare
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