Old Newspaper Clippings
Contributed by Mary Lou Jacobson
[Unknown Newspaper - From 1930-1935]
Mrs. Ina Harrison and Mrs. Connie Krouse Have Birthdays.
birthday party was given for Ina Harrison by her friends and neighbors
at her home at
was spent playing Bingo with prizes being won by Margaret Coker, Trudy
Mitchell and Aileen Campbell. Mrs.
Flora Dale entertained with several readings which she composed and one
was especially humorous - - - "The Sparking Buggy."
Mrs. Mag Smith also gave a reading that was enjoyed by all..
hostess, Mrs. Daisy Anderson and Mrs. Tillie Nimmo, served refreshments
of angel food cake, coffee and lemonade to the following guests, Mrs.
Dale, Mrs. Ella Harms, Mrs. Helen Keaton, Miss Margaret
Harrison received many lovely gifts of remembrances on the occasion.
Some who were unable to
Watch Party At Home of W. H. Smith.
church was over Sunday night, a host of friends gathered at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Smith and spent a very enjoyable evening.
Games were played and refreshments served.
At 11:30 a covered dish luncheon was served.
Among those present were; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brooks, Mr. and Mrs.
and best wishes were extended to all for the new year.
relatives of A. D. Campbell gathered at eh home of his daughter Mrs. W.
H. Smith, 407 East Main St.,
entered the home of his daughter where the wonderful dinner was spread,
he was much chagrined but he quickly retaliated by a gift in greenback
coins to each member of the family.
He said in
part, " This is my birthday and we are all happy. I have lived 80 years, and I believe that I am good for at
least 20 more."
Campbell is known by many of his friends as "Dallas." He is a life-long citizen of Hamilton Co., and
We wish him
many more such events.
died January 16, 1942, at age 87 years. He was a farmer, breeder of race
horses and had a store in Thackeray where he raised his family. He
wife was Mary Melvina York.
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