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[January 6, 1972, VILLAGE PUBLICATIONS, Atwood, IL, Pg 10-13. Transcribed by Dania Ward]



Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bussey and little Velma Ruth were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Karr and family.[Source: "The Flora Journal-Record" (Clay Co., Ill.) 12 February 1925]

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cunningham were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Howe.[Source: "The Flora Journal-Record" (Clay Co., Ill.) 12 February 1925]

Chloras Hilliard, with the family of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tibbs, made a call at the home of Mrs. M. E. Croughan Saturday evening to listen in on the radio.[Source: " The Flora Journal-Record" (Clay Co., Ill.) 12 February 1925]

W.R. McCormick, one of our esteemed Triplett subscribers, has sold his farm of 156 acres, two miles south of Triplett, to Chas. Holderle, of Piatt county, Ills., for $32.50 an acre.  Mr. Holderle will rent out the place next year and will not move to this county before next fall, if then.  Mr. McCormick will probably attend school with the view to making a lawyer of himself. [Chariton courier. (Keytesville, Chariton County, Mo.), 06 Sept. 1895.]

Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Osterdock, and daughter Thelma, were shopping in Flora Saturday. They also called to see her uncle, Tom Marshall, who is very poorly.[Source: "The F lora Journal-Record" (Clay Co., Ill.) 12 February 1925]

Governor Altgeld has restored the rights of citizenship to Reuben Sparling, of Hammond, Piatt county, Ills.  [Rock Island Argus. (Rock Island, Ill.), 27 Oct. 1894]

Mrs. Ella Stoddard and son, Horace, were shopping in Flora Saturday.[Source: " The Flora Journal-Record" (Clay Co., Ill.) 12 February 1925]

Miss Ollie Tibbs was shopping in Fairfield last Saturday.[Source: "The Flora Journal-Record" (Clay Co., Ill.) 12 February 1925]



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