Brownings News
Cedartown Standard, December 19, 1918
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Mr. Clarence Turner, of Tampa, Fla., spent part of last week with his sister, Mrs. J. L. Lester.

Rev. Andrew Garner carried his little daughter, Thelma to Atlanta for treatment last week.

One of our neighbors, Mr. Andrew Robinson, happened to a very  serious accident last week when an oil truck ran over him while he was at work on the road. His many friends are hoping he will soon recover.

Mrs. Lizzie Pace and son, from near Dallas spent a few days with  relatives here last week.

Almost daily we are made to realize that the dark hour is with some of our very near friends or relatives and especially was the gloom felt when, on the 7th, the sad news of Bro. Wyatt Smith's death in Atlanta where he had been for several weeks, rang over the wires, an operation being performed ten days previous. He was a son of Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Smith; was raised nearby, and one of County Line's devoted members prior to his moving to South Georgia.

Three of our soldiers have returned---Messrs. Emmett Coalson, Bunn Manor and Willard Hutcheson.

Mr. And Mrs. Grady Cason were called recently to Fish by the death of his sister.

A. Mrs. Brown, who was spending some time with her daughter, Mrs. Moody, died last week. She was 95 years old.

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