White Rock happenings June 20, 1929, part 2
The following young people attended attended Mrs. Graham's music club Saturday Saturday afternoon; Lucile Elliot; Audrey and Norma Ebright; Alta Truex;' Gertrude Billing; Alva and Bertha Simmons. Charley Tipton motored to Belleville, Belleville, Saturday afternoon. J. B. Angle went to Manhattan last week. Seventy-four people attended Sunday Sunday school at the White Rock church Sunday morning. • Bill Miller was in Republic on business business Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kauer entertained the following people for Sunday dinner: dinner: Joe Kauer and wife, Prank Kauer Kauer and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. Abraham Abraham and Mr. and Mrs. Cline Kauer and baby. Albert Billing, Archie Smith and J. 0. Simmons were in Lovewell Friday night. Ronald Warren and Alva Simmons were putting up hay Friday. Joe Fuller was in Concordia Sunday to see his mother, who is in the hospital. hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bathwell and baby, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bathwell Bathwell were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Bathwell. A lai'ge number of people were in Lovewell Saturday to vote for the new addition to the high school buildings. buildings. A birthday dinner was given in honor of Gertrude and Millard Billing birthdays Sunday, by their mother, Mrs. Albert Billing, to a number of their relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Miller and family family were calling"~on" Bill Miller-Sunday Miller-Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Freed and family snent Sunday with Joe Fuller and famil.v. Fred Allen and family was calling on Stant Ebright Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Ancrle's mother is sta.y- nig with her while Mr. Angle is in Manhattan. The following people spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Simmons: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Simmons and son; Mr. Alva Simmons and family, Will Simmons and family, and J. O. Simmons and family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bathwell are hero visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. Bath- Avoll this week. Little Maxine Simmons fell off of the wagon and hurt her arm Friday.