Murrayville Burgoo

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 - THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 29, T eldatmurrayyille...
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 29, T eldatmurrayyille Annual Burgoo Attracted Large Crowrt—Contests and Prix« Wi liner«. of a its Over four hundred gallons of burgoo soup was sold at th*’ annual picnic of the LadiefC Aid society of Murrayville M. E. church held in the park in that town Wednesday. The picnic was largoly attended, the crowd beini? r.ie if the greatest ever seen in Murrayville. Immediately after the dinner the program was carried J C. Bell, pastor of church was chairman program follows: Music-—Murrayville chest ra. Invocation—Rev. J out. Itev. the M. 13. and (lie I>adies’ or- C in \ organizations | ! the in operators ut of felonious was tho on has arrested — arriving allowed is unable in the \U 11 Reading — Miss Loralne Wood Drill—-Clirls under 14 years. j Address—Rev. C. S. McCollom. New Holland, former pastor at Murrayville. Music—Orchestra. Reading—Miss Jane Wright. Volcal Solo—Mrs. Maude Rim-| bey. Drill—Ladies' Aid. Reading—Miss Lois Wood, Music- Orchestra. The following events were also carried out and prizes awarded. I Prettiest boy baby underi one year. Prize $‘2 given by Dr. Webster, won by Paul Thady. Prettiest girl bay under one' year, prize $1.50 produce given j by Blakeman Produce company, won by baby of Mr. anJ Mis. Peicy DeVore. Largest family present, prize 50 pound sack of flour, C;*de and Lewis. Won by family of William Story. Prettiest girl baby under one prize $ii box of candy, E. E. E. Newby. Won by Marian Rimbey. Ladies Whistling contest, 4 by foot flag. J E. Thompson. Won by Mary Clark. I lad ms nail drivln * tontes*. r,^> j pound sack of flour, Smith <Nc Son.j Won by Minnie Taylor. J Auto coming longest distance. ' one gallon oil, Rousey & Phelps. | Won by Rev. C. S. McCollom, at • New Holland. Best single driving horse, first $1 cash, J E. Solomon, won by Samuel Dean Second. $2 cash, Murrayville bark, won by Covery Thurston. C3iris race under 1 I vears, prize Jj cash, George Hammond Won by Lou Emma Wright. Standing broad jump, first prize $1, Dr J H. Spencer. Won by William Cooper. Pat man’s raca^* $2 pockei knife, Wright brothers. Won by William Coper. Standing high kick, first prize $1 George Jackson, won by William Cooper. Secdnd prize 50 cents, Hugh Knott. Won by Eu Wild. Tbd fchalrman of the various (Committees to whom much of the credit for the sucess of th*‘ picnic la due were: Soup— Mrs. A. II. Kennedy. Lunch—Mrs. S. B. Robinson. Ice Cream— Mrs. Alma W’right. Mrs. J. E. Thompson. Huckster Stand—Frank Sooy. Harvey Osborne. Mrs. Wlillard ¿nd Mrs. Lydia White. « « U'.X I« «;« )f X K X » IX XX ir x x p Lin^

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  1. The Jacksonville Daily Journal,
  2. 29 Jul 1920, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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  • — Murrayville Burgoo

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