1912 Vol. XXII No. 49
Mrs. F. C Woodard and
children of Grapeland were guests of relatives last
Mrs. Ed Neal and
children of Elkhart were guests of
Mrs. H. W. Beeson a few days.
Misses Mildred Collins,
Lucile Mainer and Reba Rich have returned to Waco
after spending the holidays at home.
Miss Jane Freeman of
Moody spent the holidays with Mrs.
Claud Alexander of
Houston spent Xmas day with relatives.
Howard and Jewel Alexander
were visitors in Lovelady last week.
Mrs. Julius Collins and Miss
Marion Collins of Groveton were guests of
Miss Nell Turner.
Miss Iva Phipps spent
a few days in Groveton.
Miss Selma Jones has
returned to Camilla after a week spent at home with
Misses Lula, Lucy and Irene
Hartt spent the holidays at home.
Miss Alma Moore of
Wallis, Dr. S.H. Moore of
Houston, N.H. Moore of San
Marcos and Ben Moore of
Georgetown were guests of Mrs. C.B.
Moore during the holidays.
Rev. H.K. Moorehead
of Emery and Dickinson spent a few days in Lovelady last
Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Tomme
of Cooledge were guests of relatives last week.
Misses Lillian Nissle
and Bessie Jones of
Dickinson spent the holidays with home folks.
Miss Gilmer McDonald
of League City, a teacher in the Dickinson school was
the guest of Miss Lillian Nissle
Chas. J. Niissle has
returned to resume his duties in the schoolroom.
Miss Verne Monday
spent the holidays in Huntsville with
Mrs. R.E. May.
Howard Tomme has
returned to the University at Austin.
Mrs. W.O. Phipps was
a visitor in Trinity Sunday.
Miss Frankie Flora
was the guest of Miss Nell Turner.
Misses Earline and Belle Cochran spent a few days
with relatives in Livingston.
Mrs. D. F. Stanley and Miss
Veldna Gertrude were guests of relatives last
Russell Murray of
Bingham Canyon, Utah was a visitor in Lovelady last
Mr. Arch Murray and Carl
Murray visited relatives in Mississippi.
Miss Myra Hemphill of
San Marcos was the guest of Mrs.
Mr. John Newton and Miss
Maggie Brown of Nevis Prairie were married on
Dec. 20 at the residence of the bride's parents.
Mr. J.H. Jones
happened to a sad accident on Dec. 20. While leaving
town in a buggy the horses ran away, Mr. Jones Jumping
out and breaking his left foot in the ankle and has been
confined to his bed under the treatment of physicians.
Miss Stella Niissle
was a visitor in Trinity Sunday.