White Rock happenings June 20, 1929, part 1
.luno IS—Joo Evkcnbraeh helped Frank \.\'.-./roii! mow hay Ttu'.^ida.v. .^lisse:-- Doi'nthy Walker and Vera Myprs v.'ore in Republic Thursday af- fcrnoon. Ml', ami Mv.s. Jack Johnson and family took suoper with .1. 0. Sim- •mons and fnmily, Thursday evening. Then l\Irs. Lida Laur and sons rc- fuuned home with them. A ^aln• Kill was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Foster. Bert Walker was cutting alfalfa Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, Grant Lovewell and Mrs. Hutchinson were in Republic, irhursday afternoon. .ATr. and Mr.s. Ctiarley Conzelman were, vailing at J. 0. Simmons last Monday evening. Norma, Audrey and Harold J?!!)right returned from North Platte, NeVr., Monday where they were visiting visiting I 'elatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Osborne went to Belleville, Tuesday to take their son Roy to the graduating exer- iciscs,- - „ iA i 'lirthday party was given Friday _avgffin 'T in honor of Gertrude and Mildred's hirthdaysV Th~e~following young people were present: Gladys, Isrlene. Lawrence and Leonard Leece, Daisy Smith, Gladys and Carl Aspegren', Aspegren', Sarah Smith, Audrey and_ Nor- ma Ebrie;ht, Arlene Heldt, Martha and Marvin Angle, Frances Osborne, Bertha i:>immons, Alta Truex, Marie acd Havold Ferpuson, Dorothy Hen- dfnick. Fvnnces Marian Vivian and Gi.lher'- Milner; Melvin Switzor, Jake Joe, Marion Etter, Sherma»i Scriv- Tier , Lvle Calhoun, Kenneth File, Merna Saunders. P.ov Truex, Barton CTsEorne and Llovd Riewiok. Late in fhe eveninc i Juncli consisting of ccokies and ice cream was served Fff.ryon" reported a j(^o6 time. Joe Elliott was in Republic Satur Jay afternoon. Irish Pat was calling on people in this community last week. Fred Allen helned Mr. 'Stant Eferight mow hay Monday morning, Mrs. J.f 0. Simmons visited Mrs Jane Mosher Tuesday morning Charley Sare was in Republic on Business Tuesday morning.