DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO THE INTERESTS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY
Jefferson town, Jefferson County, Ky., Thursday, September 28, 191 1.
Lectures at Metrndist
Dr. W. T. Bruaer and Mr. C. J. No.
gent, .lr.. president of the Jefferson
County Sunday-schowill lecture at the Jeffersontowo
next SunFive Anniversaries in One Day Methodist Sunday-schoo- l
day morning beg inning at !i:4" o'clock;
lr. limner's subject will be "Grading" and, Mr. Nugent s subject will
be "A Complete Sd
be purpose of the superintendent
Eld. and Mis. E. L. Frazier, Married in Jef and teaches to grade the school next
Sunday and a lull attendance of the
tersoDtown, Celebrate Golden WeddinR
membership is desired. Both speakKentucky Friends Present.
ers of the day are expert Sunday
school workers ami a targe crowd
should greet them. The exercises
Ke at on i II e. Sept. 38. A few Ken- will take the place of the regular;
tucky friend attended tbf golden preaching services, as the pastor is
Everyaway attending conference.
wedding of Kl.Ier and Mm
of St. Petersburg, Fla.. in body will tie welcome.
our thoughts again.
Along Route 19.
Indianapolis last Saturdar, Sept.
While celebraUng the ftftieth
ot their marriage at the
borne ot their daughter, Mrs. Roy
Arthur Potts, of North New Jersey
street, the? also celebrated the
anniversary of the
marriage of Mrs. Praxier's sister.
Mrs. .1. E. Perisho, of Charleston,
il.: the twenty-sixt- h
the marriage of their daughter, Mrs.
Walter Bo we: the fourteenth an
nlrersary of the marriage of their
mi. ( ). t ). Frazier. and t h third ananniversary of tne marriagi "f
their grand daughte r, Mr,, lit id B.
The house was decorated with our
national flower. The Golden Rod,"
Rumor Repot ts
Mr. and Mrs.
isiting relal ves in
and around lamp Point,
there they al t ended t he w dding of
M iss Ipha Funk,
Mrs. Phillips' Die
daughter ol Mr. Jim Fuuk, td Mi.
Harry Omer. MissOpha visited her
aunt a tew years ago and we became
acquainted and learneti to love bei m
St. Matt la ws. S pt. 25.- Visiting
and visitors is the order of t he day
at the capitol, si .uuiwiews. ..
Gertrude and M iss Mith Haishman
from Indianapolis, are visiting M rs
Holtzheimer and Miss Julia Dorsey.
Lasi vveanesuay a motor party was
giventhem, which wasver enjoyable,
indeed, as it. included mam young
people from thi-- , neighborhood, and
showed all the advantages of living
.iiiiimi;: i uk
j hey had tn
ackuovv ledge such roads and suburban
joys compared very favorably with
their home comforts. Von see, we
are enlarging our borders and steadily growing, and feel that we are, to
Saw Mill Now in Operation Visiting, Fnter say the least, "some pumpkins."
Miss Hoberlsou gave a theatre partainiuf; and Other News of Interest.
ty Wednesday afternoon in honor of
Misses Baisbman, followed by a dance
Sept. L'.".. Mi 'out Bishop moved Wednesday night riven bv Mr. Chas
his engi ne here last week and is now Neuner
saw ing lumber or ijiuie a inimiier in
Mrs. Matthew Bradl will give a
this neigbboi hood.
dancing party rhursdaj
Mrs. Sophia Shake, was tin
the Misses Uaisbman to meet the
day guest Tuesday ol M
yonng people ol this vicinity.
( 'lark and daughters.
Miss Mabelle Rudy's guests from
Mr. and Mrs. J. R Carrithers were Madison have returned home
tin- recent guests of their daughter, being entertained in the lovely manMrs. K. V. Davis, at Rivals.
ner of the Rudy borne.
Glad to hear that Mrs. Bryant
Mrs. Logan, of Shelby viJIe, is visitWilliams is improving alter being ing her daughter( Mrs. John Feuley.
very ill with the typhoid leyer, also
Mrs. Strahackcr and daughter,
glad to know Mrs. Charlie Befley is Mary
Pierce, left a few days since
fur a visit to relatives and friends in
Misses Katve and Lena Crenshaw. Borden, Indiana.
of Mt- Washington, visited
v ii.il i' i
mil l, one or our Doyt
.Miss Auuie Heed, the first k
All the Newr, From Fnd ol 1h
Pern Creek, Sept. 23
Mr. ami Mrs.
'ah in Marl in deiighl fully entei
and teel sure t hat
at dinner Sunday. Those present
and many flowers sent to Mr. and Mr. timer has won a prize ol great
were Mr. and Mrs. Poster, Mr. and
Mis. Fraxier by their many friends. worth. We wish foi them a long lite
Mis. K. L. Smith and daughter,
The bride of titty years was gowned of joy and ha ppiness.
Steila. Mr. and Mis. II. I'. Nutter and
in a beautiful white dress of
Our quiet itUe village of Seaton-vill- e hildren, Mr. and Mis. Linda Stivers
and lace, carried a lovely iwj.juet of
had no news ol importance this and son. Mrs. Smith, Messrs.
white roses tied with white ribbon, week hail it not been tor Hie golden
Martin. J ames.M art in. M. Martin, of
was in touch with her
wedding, which is published in anoth. Bullit County, ami Conrad Mai tin.
twantiful snowy white hair, the ap
er column, ami Miss Funk s wedding. A very pleasant day was spent by all.
pointments were carried out in gold.
should not have added anything,
Mrs. Henry Berry spent Sunday in
The guest favors were booklets, but a golden wedding is a feature in
anniverLouisville with her mother, Mrs. P.
bearing the dates ot the
lite tnat not many of us are
saries. The cover was embossed
enjoy. Mr. and Mrs. Mills
Mr. and Mrs. Frank King had as
wedding bells iu gold. Receivwith
have attended three, however, the their guests on Sunday last Mr. and
with Mr. and Mrs. Frazier. were
parents of our much admired Dry Mrs. WiiliamFishback and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. J E. Perisho, Mr. and
Mr. ami Mrs. O. Hidye news writer. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mollie, of Fern Creek, and Key.
Mrs. Waiter Howe
T. Keid. aud Mr. and Mrs. F. O.
Daugherty, ot Louisville.
O. Frazier, of Morristowa, Ind., Mr.
of Mt. Washington, being the
Mr. and Mrs. Price Baker were the of I he week. Mrs. J.
B. Laycock. Mr. and
and Mrs. H.
others. AJ1 weie certainly enjoyable guests of Mr. ami Mrs. T J. Moore in
Mrs. R- A. Potts, lr. and Mrs. (J. L.
pent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Nat
occasions, but all on these two occa- Louisville Tuesday
Howe. Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Hansdell.
Hlaukeubaker at Fisherville, aud
Margaret sions have gone aud left sorrowing
Mrs. John Gelhaus, from Columbus,
Miss Helen Howe and Miss
were accompanied home bv Mrs. E.
liiyed ones, save one. Mr. F. O.
Ohio, visited Mrs. toe Gelhaus and
Ragsdale assisted in the dining room.
ii it hers and Mrs. May Hoke
is still with
other friends last week.
guests from a distance
Mr. ami Mrs. Charlie Toomey had
M r. and M rs.E.B. Berrv are visitinc
Madam Rumor tells us Mr. Albert
were Mrs. S. H. Mosher, of Chillico-the- Spears,
tin- misfortune this week of losing a
one ol our neighbor boys, is their daughter, Mrs. J. 10.
Ohio, who w as a bridesmaid at
tiue Jersey cow.
Mr. and Mrs. Frazier: to marry Miss Hallie Uobinson next
the marriage of
Mr. and Mrs. S. H.
Saturday. We wish them joy ami
Misses Lav ada Bogard and Mayme
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller and Mr. and
pleasantly entertained Friday by
Bridweil were the
Mrs. J . E--. Perisho, of Charlestown.
Mr. and Mrs. Hickman Harris, who
Mi. Leonard Hauyberly filled the of Mrs. Sam Nicholson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Cufl, of
Mi aud Mrs. Sam Miller and son. also entertained Mrs. Lee Harris.
in i.. L
Marion. Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. John Thomas, of 'J a ylorsville,
Mr. aud Mrs. Aleck McCroekJNin, Miss
and family, of Kokomo. hid.. Mrs. Jurgeusou's place, he being in a meetCorriuue ami Master William Mt has been t he recent guest ol hei
Tyler Carpenter, of Fisherville. Ky.. ing at Cynthiana.
Crock in spent Sunday with Mr. and a u u t M rs .) oh n Ca sf itbers.
Mr. Frank Jean, wife and sun. Ward,
Mrs. Sherman Miller.
Mrs. Bessie Feuuill spent Saturday
and Mr. K. S. Mills and wife, of this
Miss Hulh Re id hid as ber guests afternoon with Mrs. Roy Keid and
at supper Sunday evening Miss M iss A nnie Reed.
Sept 25. Mr. and Mrs. I'. TI.
Mr. and Mrs. Frazier were married
Brown Mesdames ESdna and Josie Corrinne McCrocklin and Messrs. Ray
Mr.J. W. Hope, of Valcy Station,
town of Jefferson-towin the grand old
. K. Carvisited his daughter, Mrs.
Christian church. The Scott and son were entertained by Taylor and Authur Brown.
Miss Middy Van De Vert spent rithers, Sunday.
M s. J
K. Thome Sundai
only thing that reminds some of us
Mesdames Sue James and Amelia Saturday and Sunday with Misses
Reid and brother,
Miss lit he
of this happy uniou is the tact that
Miller, who is Clark spent Friday and Saturday with Margaret and Virginia McCul lough. James, spent a most pleasant day
her father. Elder S. F.
Misses Lois and Susan Clark, of Tuesday with Mis. Howard
well known to the older residents of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Howell, ol
Louisville, spent Friday evening with
ami who so recently South Louisville.
and little son.
Miss Abby Risinger.
passed to his reward at the ripe age
Or. EL B. Nutter, wile am :bildren,
Mis. Joe Knapp and little daughMrs. C. C. Wheeler is visiting her
of M years. He sang a yrand and of Enterprise, West Va. arrived son.. vir. tsutoru
ter were recently entertained by
wneeier, in Middle- sweet old song at this marriage, Monday to spend some time with In r
Mrs W. I'). Knapp.
of parents here.
which was an uncommon feature
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Jenkins spent
R. T. Mathews and Mrs.
Mrs. 1). A. Hates aud son and Miss Matthews had a reunion of her fami- Sunday with the latter's aunt. Mrs.
Mr. Frazier has been in the minis- Kulah Hates are visiting relative.-- , in ly
this week. Those present were Nannie Wheeler, at Whitfield.
try of the Christian church for for- Jefferson vi lie.
Dr. Robert Morrison; of Owensboro,
Mjss Walean Nee is visiting ber
ty eight years, was pastor in many
Mrs. Archie Dent, of Louisville. Dr. T. D. Morrison, of Cario, I!!., and sister, Mrs. Victor Cartwright, in
towns, including Kokomo. Marion. spent Wednesday with Mrs. Frank Mr. Wo. Morrison, of Washington, Louisville,
Franklin. Morristovvn. Ind., Dayton Hell.
Mr. and Mrs. Hud .McDonald attenand Alliance, Ohio, and Erie, Penn.
Mr and Mrs, Tbos. Andrew have ded services
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kirk had as
at Bethlehem Sunday
several years he was engager) in guests Sunday Mr.
aud Mil. Alunzo returned to their home near Peori, morning and dined with Mrs. Dean
evangelistic service. At present he
111., after spending last week with
Jenkins anil family.
Miller and family.
is minister of the Christian church
the lather's brother. Rev. H. T. VMiss Annie Kobinson entetaineci
Mrs. James Smith, of Jeff e rson t o w n ,
town of St. Petersat the grand old
tV following young folks Sunday
burg, Fla., and will leave three lov is witn Mr. ami Mrs. James Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stivers en- all ternoon
Misses Pauline Heddeii
Miss Mamie Hays is attending the
children, nine yranuchildren ami
to resume his Teachers' Institute in Shepheras-vill- e tertained Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Finley atid Margaret Reed, Messrs. Ralph
and daughter, Sadie, at dinner Alen, Milton Miller and Lee Robinthis week.
duties in Florida Sept. JO.
A most pleasant, time was reson.
Miss Virginia Hell is visiting her
The presents on this occasion were
Mrs. James Sisson spent Tuesday ported.
many, useful, valuable and beautiful. sister, Miss Niva Bell, of Louisville. with Mrs. Joe Funk.
Mr. ami Mrs. Ernest Davis, of
Misses Ida and Edna Heeler, asTheir many friends wish for them
Miss Lizzie Hawes and Mr. Walter Rivals, visited Mr.
J. R. Carrithers
sisted by Mrs. Standiford Heeltr, en- Williams
many more anniversaries.
were the guests of Mr. and ami family Sunday.
friends, who had the good tertained the F.mbroidery Club Wed- Mrs Fred Myers Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Finley and baby
fortune to attend this golden wed- nesday afteruoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Roman and chil- visited Mr. Kllie Veech and family
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Thorne and
ding, want to say it. was a grand ocdren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. near Long Kun.the latter part of the
casion with them, and Kentucky hos- children and Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. G. Bohannon.
pitality certainly courses through Hell and daughter were guests of P.
Miss. Hmnia Pegram of Louisville
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Wigginton
all did all in their H. Brown's family SuDciay.
their veins, as
was the guest of Miss Linda Fryer attended services as Fisherville
Miss Georgia May Queen entertainpower to make them enjoy themSaturday.
Baptist church Sunday morning.
ed the "SansSouci" club Wednesday
Mr. Walter Howe, a
Mr. md Mrs. Sim Hegram. of
Taose present were Miss- Louisville,
Mr.J. K. Knapp'and family spent
of Mr. and Mrs. Frazier. and a afternoon.
spent Sunday with Mr.
Sunday with relatives at Fisherville.
Indian- es Virginia Briscoe, Virgiuia Bell. and Mrs. Sam Pegram.
insurance man of
Several of the members of the
apolis, kept his auto on the move Kdna Heeler, Sarah M ills. M attie and
Visited at Fern Creek.
taking friends to and Marguerite Ireland. Miss Virginia Christian Endeavor Society, of Beu-laf-a
church attended the rally in
Misses Gentrv and Lipps, trained
from the cars, viewing the lovely Briscoe will entertain the uext Louisville last Thursday night.
nurses at the Children's Free Hospiand beautiful city. They will never time.
Miss Roda Miller, of Louisville,
visited her mother at Fern Creek tal in Louisville, spent one day reforget this sweet communion with
cently at Fern Creek as guests of
friends and loved ones. I was glad
Mr. and Mrs. Dilliard Pierson and Miss Iva Johnson.
Notice is hereby given that town
company with this sweet
to be in
Nellie, and Mrs. C C.
Mrs. Nathan Braithwaite, ol Mt.
and lovely character of Fisherville. taxes for Jeflersontown are now due daughter,spent
Sunday.with Mrs.F.ilen Washington, spent several days reand hope to meet all the loved ones and must be paid by December 1. Pierson.
where partings are not known. I 1911, under penalty of the law.
Miss Margaret Williams was the cently with relatives at Fern Creek
P. P. LlTTERER,
week-enguest of Miss Amy Neal in and attended the revival meeting at
fear all of us will never meet again
Town Clerk. Louisville.
four o'clock- - arrayed in white (true,
several of us represented both seasons
by donning winter coats) all was
rather dismal. Asking, 'will anyone,
come in this cold?" 1 said, "let cold
Writes A. B. C. of the Folks at not once be named: we will test suggestion movement" -- that is, stormSt. Matthews.
ing the world at present. We met
everybody with isn't this a lovely
nighty" and it worked tin,-- . The
waiters soon discarded their sweatSplendid Write-Uof Ice Cream Supper at
ers, the Japanese lanterns shed a
glow over all, and weather was not in
Sprinpdale All The News
Every Thursday at $1.00 Per Year
wjo graduated at K. M.
ed a technical college in Georgia to
learn civil engineei ing. We wish
him success in this oudeitakiug.
Mr. and Mrs. Garnet!
visiting friends at Goshen.
Mrs. Otto Bennett entertained the
Beargi ass Ladies' Aid last Thursday
in a lovely and hospitable maimer.
Well, to quote the politicians, the
ice cream supper at Springdale last
Friday night wasa "howlingsuccess;"
far beyond our expectations There
was a deluge of rain every day, until
Friday dawned cold as Christmas.
When the committee assembled at
Outbreak of Scarlet Fever al Pewee Valley.
A number of cases of scarlet fever
have been reported at Pewee alley,
and as a precautionary measure the
school at ttiat place was ciosrd last
None of the cases as yet have
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brought in a delegation of young
folks, w hich included a preacher and
at least one Smartf?) girl, and our
cup of joy was full. No one cooid
come in contact with those folks ami
not catch their lively spirit and feel
better in even way. Their generosity had no limit.
I, for one. was
treated to ice cream until felt like
an animated freexer, hot, when
knew it was buying a church carpet
ami helping tin- missionaries, then
you know we all enjoy getting something free. So, continued to swallow. The others being full, the visiting preacher's zeal to help alone, the
work was directed to me also, likely
because he thougbl it any had to perish for the cause, had lived quitr a
while ami could be spared easier.
W ell, when tinjolly crowd started
home in the long wagon, actually it
was like the "Pied Piper;'" many of
us weut as tar as possible with them
and all ot hers turned homeward, also,
feeling that the best had gone, leav
ing a lonely memory and hoping to
meet again. About sixty dullars was
taken in ami our borrowed trouble
about the weather was all we had to
A. C. H.