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Excerpts from the Tri-County News - Volume 2, No. 18 (Thursday, September 25, 1913)

Miss Mattie CRAIG and Miss Gladys SUDBURY entertained with a "tacky" party at the home of Mr. & Mrs. J. A. STALLINGS on College Street Saturday evening. Miss Mary FONES won the ladies' prize. Marvin GRIFFIN won the young mens' prize. Those present were: Misses Sallie WATSON, Annie Laurie LOVE, Annie Lou STALLINGS, Mary FONES, Ora JONES, Ada Mai MILLER, Willie Miller CUDE, Gracie SMITH, Mattie CRAIG and Gladys SUDBURY; Messrs. Frederick LOVE, Clark PERRY, Wayna BOLING, Victor AGEE, Robbie ROBERTSON, David ROBERTSON, Marvin GRIFFIN, Ira FIELDER, Moss GRIFFIN and Floyd CHANDLER.

Misses Jessie NUNN and Alma KENNER of Bells entered the M. C. F. I. at Jackson last Thursday.

Mr. M. A. McMILLAN and son, Clarence, of Crockett County attended court in Jackson last week.

Percy CONYERS of Alamo has reentered Union University at Jackson.

Miss Madge NUNN of near Bonicord was the guest of Miss Gladys SUDBURY Sunday.

Mr. & Mrs. Eriel MOORE of near Crockett Mills was in town shopping Monday.

Oscar PARRISH and family of Bonicord were guest of relatives here Sunday.

Mr. & Mrs. J. T. Amos and children of near Dyer visited Dr. J. P. SIMS and family this week.

Representative J. F. PARK came home Saturday to visit his family and returned to Nashville Sunday.

Mrs. Fannie ERB of Bells and Miss Lyda CHANDLER of Searcy, Ark. were guest of Mrs. J. W. CHANDLER.

H. L. FONES and wife visited relatives in Newbern and RoEllen last week and on their return home happened to an accident that came near being serious. While crossing the river between Parkers and Bessents, one corner of the bridge being much lower than the other and wet, the horse fell and came near going off of the bridge into the river. The only damage was to the harness and a few shinned places on the horse.

We are informed that Dr. D. W. THOMPSON, the veterinary surgeon of Crockett Mills will move here in a few weeks to open a veterinary hospital and practice his profession.

Thad HALEY and C. E. SWEATT were Tri-State Fair visitors this week.

Mr. RICE of Hardin County has accepted a position with J. W. SUDBURY.

George CALLIS of near Trenton visited Dr. J. P. SIMS and family Monday.

Thomas FERGUSON of Dyersburg was here Tuesday.

Miss Lucile AGEE is spending a few days with Mrs. SWEATT.

Katherine EVANS has been quite sick and is improving nicely.

B. F. SUDBURY was in Halls Tuesday.

Sheriff Joe McLEAN of Alamo was here Tuesday.

Mrs. Dr. TAYLOR of Osceola, Ark. and Miss Irene DAVIS of Ohio spent Sunday with William CURTIS and family.

We received a letter from L. B. HARWELL Sr. at Tucson, Ariz. stating that he would be in Friendship about October 1. He reported his family well.

Paul SIMS of Henry has been at the bedside of his sister. Miss Lida Sue has been quite sick.

Alvin DAVIS and sister, Miss Irene, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Bob MAYS.

Mrs. Elizabeth SMITH has been on the sick list but is improving.

Charles BANDY is attending the Tri State Fair at Memphis.

Mrs. COOPER and Mrs. George CREWS of Dyer are visitors here.

W. B. SORRELL of the Friendship Produce Company has been in Missouri in interest of his firm.

Mr. & Mrs. L. E. SANDERS went to Memphis Tuesday to attend the Tri State Fair.

Mr. & Mrs. Ira CLARK attended the fair at Memphis.

Mr. & Mrs. W. H. SUDBURY, Mrs. J. W. SUDBURY and daughter, Gladys, are attending the fair at Memphis.

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