From the McNairy County Independent, Friday, April 30, 1926
?? School News:
L. Coleman and son, I.L. Jr. were in Selmer Saturday on
W.G. Minton has purchased a Ford, but we feel sorry for that
Mrs. E. J. White of Pocahontas has returned from Memphis
where she went to have
an operation of appendicitis but found it unnecessary.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tackett visited their daughter, Mrs.
Lester Blasingame at
Mrs. Arrie Smith of Memphis is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Gooch.
Rev. J. G. Gooch filled his regular appointment at Kirkīs
It seems the road grading crew have forsaken us, as the road
to Pocahontas is most
S. L. Hunter and wife visited the latterīs parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I.L. Coleman recently,
motoring through in their new car.
There will be an all day singing at Eureka, 2nd Sunday in
J. S. Dunaway and wife of Selmer visited their sister, Mrs.
Troy Taylor was the Sunday afternoon guest of Miss Mildred
Miss Mary McMahan spent Sunday with her friend Miss Pauline
J. C. Taylor made a business trip to Corinth Monday.
R. G. Gooch, wife and little daughter, Marie, spent Sunday
with nephew J.G.
OLD LANDMARK GONE
The Methodist Church building in Bethel Springs burned to
the ground about 9:30
last Sunday morning. The fire had gained such headway when
it was discovered that
saving the building was then impossible. The church had in
recent years been
changed from its original location and many improvement had
been made on the
building. The building was erected along in the early
Transcribed by Mary Hudson from old newspaper clipping sent
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