Article printed in Current Local 4 May 1967 under title "Echoes of the Past."
Sheriff J. E. Oliver and Pros. Att'y C. P. Turley of Van Buren were here on business Friday
Roy Manis and his mother, Mrs. Matilda Manis, and his sister Miss Cora Manis, visited a day or so the past week at Low Wassie, Mo.
Mrs. Roy Bowman and daughters, Beulah and Hazel, left Sunday for Madison, Ill., where Roy is employed.
Prof. A.S.J. Carnahan and a troop of Boy Scouts camped at Cave Spring Saturday night and all report a great time.
Walter Holland and S.W. Campbell of Hunter were here on business on Monday.
Eugene Sutherlin and his sister, Ova, were absent from school a day or so to assist in the bean harvest. Their father, Mr. W.N. Sutherlin, is harvesting an unusually large crop of beans this year.
W. E. Condray was in St. Louis a few days ago and took two of his boys, Sammy and Herbert, along to see the Veiled Prophet.
Mrs. Johnson Shoat visited Thursday at the home of her mother, Mrs. L. Taylor.
Roy Alcorn and his mother, Mrs. L. Alcorn, drove to Grandin Saturday to visit with her mother, Mrs. Lola Buntin.
Mrs. Walter Price of Grandin was here Tuesday to see her mother, Mrs. W. T. Wilson, who is quite ill at this time.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kingen are announcing the birth of a baby daughter, Oct. 13th. Glen says he has every reason to believe that she will have red hair, and she has been named Glenda Mae.
Oh yes, the stork was real busy around here the last week in September. On a Friday night, a baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Secrease. On the same night a baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Boyer. Then on Saturday a baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boyer. He has been named Laddie, and Sunday night a boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elzy Moss.
Source: The Current Local, 4 May 1967
Submitter: Kathleen Moore