Loyd ( May 12, 1910)
There has been another addition to the population of this place. It is a boy at Mr. Lewis Green's, of which they are very proud.
Mrs. Evie Taylor has been very sick for several days.
Services at the baptist church were well attended Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Oma Hill spent Saturday night with Lois Murphree.
Miss Cordie Brown has been on the puny list for several days.
The little son of Louniz (?) Vanlandingham has been very sick for some time. It is not thought that he will recover.
Death visited the home of Mr. Edd Lester the 1st day of the month and claimed for his victim his wife, Mrs. Virgie Lester. She was a loving wife and mother. She leaves three small children. We sympathize with the bereaved.
Mrs. Lula Murphree and children visited her parents at Wooldridge Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Ellard McKibben attended services here Sunday.
Mrs. J. D. Murphree is visiting her daughter Mrs. Lewis [stop]
...J. M. Fox's report, recommending payment for roads
worked by D. A. Lunceford, Bounds Brothers, J. L. Cook,
and G. N. Vance and that the balance of the roads were in bad condition
and no payment recommended. All roads in M. F. Young's district
received and paid for except 3 1/2 miles of J. D. Blue's road.
Petition of Wash House dismissed.
Petition J. W. Bennett et als change of road, granted.
Salary of J. L. Johnson Co. Atty, set at $1080 per year. J. M. Fox and W. T. Zinn voting "No."
The sum of 50.00 donated to The Boys Corn Club.
Petition of B. E. Naron grant. [ed]
J. M. Fox authorized to build bridge on stream near R. N. Provine's.
All persons warned not to throw brush, chunks, etc. into the public roads, thereby obstructing them.
Rev. G. W. Riley delivered an excellent sermon at Turkey
Creek church Sunday.
A large crowd of relatives and friends attended the family reunion at the home of Uncle Isaac Williams last Thursday. The day passed off very pleasantly.
Rev. H. L. Johnson and Rev. G. W. Riley were visitors of M G. T. Lee of this place Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Nute Vanlandingham and daughter, Miss Florence of Loyd visited their sons John and Ed Vanlandingham of Pine Valley last week.
Mr. Vergal Black and Miss Lonada McKinna were happily married at the home of the bride at Pine Valley Sunday afternoon. May many joys and pleasures be theirs. [stop]