Pearl Leakey mother of Ardis

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Pearl Leakey mother of Ardis - NATIONAL ROAD TRAVELER THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1940...
NATIONAL ROAD TRAVELER THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1940 Lewisville Section NORTHERN RUSH AND SOUTHERN HENRY COUNTIES MRS. WILL WARD STRAUGHN -- Last rites for Mrs Will Ward, 82 years old, were hel Saturday at the Salem church wit; the Rev. Mr. Burns of Lewisville in charge. Interment at the Lewisvilh cemotery. Mrs. Ward was killec when the car in which she was rid ing with .Mrs. Jesse Kimbrough Bousloj* was struck by a freigh train near here. MRS. PEARL LEAKEY NEW LISBON -- Mrs. Pearl Leakey, 57 years old, died suddenly at her home here. She lived alone. Her only survivor is a daughter, Ar- dis Merrilees of Vincennes. LEWISVILLE -- Hall, and Rowe local firm, did not transact business in Cambridge City Monday and were not in Ohio, as we may have stated in these columns if they had so wished. J We acknowledge receipt of subscription subscription renewal from our old friend and pump-worker, electrician ind handy man in g-eneral, Jesse Huddleston, north of Straughn, where they don't g-rel.w marihuana and do TOW corn. Saturday. Burial, at South Mound cemetery, New,Castle, . |, STRAUGHN DOWNS SUMMIT, j 45 TO 24 ' MOUNT SUMMIT -- Straughh's high scoring Indians scalped Mount Summit here Friday night 45-24 after after being held to a 19-13 lead during the first half, i I will sell the -following property at public auction at my home one- fourth mile west of Dunreith, Ind., ust north of the overhead bridge, 2 niles south of Spiceland, 4% miles them to lead the attack, Straugh won the preliminary game, 10-14. Lewisville Local* i ; Mr.' and Mrs. Wm. Hall of visited-with his mother, .'Mrs. Linnie Hawk and Huddleiton, Straughn, forwards, rolled in 29 points Mrs. Charlea Mason entertained her new home with . a co-operative luncheon the A. L 0. E. Birthday club. Guests were Mrs. Walter Rick.? of near New Castle; Mrs. Grace Cummins of Straughn, Mrs.'- Merton Johnson of north of town; and George Coffin of Spiceland. Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Wanee tfrs. E; J. Foulke called on Mr. tfrs. Charles Baternan near Ebenezer. Mrs. Ernest Baker of Charlottes- ille visited with Mr, and Mrs. Baker and family near Raleigh. Mrs. Lewis Veregge, Mrs. Rena Webb and children and Mr. and Lawrence Moore and baby of Richmond

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  1. National Road Traveler,
  2. 21 Nov 1940, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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