Names in Hunt County Newspapers,
Esta Barnett married W. A. Clark, July, 1927
P. K. Harrell married Mrs. Ollie Wooley, 1927
H. B. Addington married Naomi Collingsworth, 1927
Fred Sumrow married Ruth Milton, 1927
Ralph Patterson, 1927 Burleson graduate
Professor J. A. Fortenberry, at White Rock in 1927
J. F. Roach was a member of the Grand Jury along with A. P. Green beginning
October 3, 1927. They met daily until October 29, except for one
day. The Grand Jury recessed and began again on November 26.
During that time, they examined 647 witnesses.
White Rock defeated Celeste HS 20-17 in basketball on December 1, 1927
Northwest Hunt County Singing District met in a singing convention at
Celeste (CHS Auditorium) on Sunday, 1:30 PM on August 14, 1927. Later
White Rock hosted the convention.
Celeste Local Fair...reported in September 1927 that it had been held
for "some" years.
Mrs. A. M. Cole of Childress, formerly of Kingston, died at Quannah
hospital. Survivors included her husband, three sons, one sister,
two brothers (Ebb Scott and Arthur Scott of Greenville). August 4,
1927, The Greenville Messenger)
School Board, August 21, 1926, County Superintendent Mamie Patillo;
C. A. Jones, Celeste, a speaker. One of topics discussed was the
rural school problem with views on improvement.
Madalin Green, Wesley graduate, August 5, 1926.
Confederate Veterans held their reunion in Celeste, August, 1901. County
Teacher Institute, met in April, 1901.
June, 1926, Hunt County YMCA board members included C. E. Patterson,
Celeste, as recording secretary. Round-up meeting to be in Celeste
in September, 1926.
YMCA Met in Celeste, September 10, 1926. Mayor D. R. Buchanan.
Henslee's Platform was the location for the open air meeting. Also
met in churches.
Celeste YMCA celebrated Halloween. Observed Father-Son Week from
November 7 to November 13, 1926.
December 2nd, 1926--there was a movie lecture at YMCA on sex hygiene.
W. S. Ward: Pioneer of White Rock section
Wagner and White Rock played on Thursday March 3, 1927. The Wagner
girls won 18-11. The White Rock boys won 21-9. Games were played
on court at Fair Park, Greenville.
Silas Arey, Greenville Messenger, 03/21/27.
Big Crowd at Celeste, July 15, 1926.
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