Winberry 20Mar 1930 p4

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Winberry 20Mar 1930 p4 - speech aroused an obviously bad reaction he...
speech aroused an obviously bad reaction he publicly undertook to excuse himself by explaining that ho had "dashed the speech off hurriedly hurriedly between \ stations"—which, of course, made his plight a hundred hundred times worse. sick list for the past week. Mr. Ed Stevens spent Friday with his mother. The boys of Rocky. Mound have organized a baseball team, and they will play Bodcaw boys at this p'laco next Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wright of Bodcaw Bodcaw spent Friday night with Mr.' : and Mrs. Clifford Messer, i •' Mr. and Mrs .Charley Stevens spent Sunday with Mrs. Theo. Messer and children. Mr. Earnest Steel and little daughter, daughter, Evelyn visited relativs at Button awhil Monday morning. Miss Annie Summers spent Sunday night with Miss Fay Pickard. Miss Fay Pickard started to business business colleg eat Hope Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Messer were the dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. Theo. Messer. NICHOLS SCHOOL HOUSE Health in this community is good t the present writing. The Pound Supper tha twas given by Miss Pearl Winberry Wednesday night was well attended and enjoyed by all. Mr. Joe Fincher spent Sunday night with Mr. ohn Winberry. Misses Vcra Pierce and Ola Smith spent Sunday night with Misses Gladys and Oda Marlar. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Winberry spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. D. May. Misses Ola Smith and Vpra Pierce took supper with Miss Pearl Winberry. Winberry. : Mr .and Mrs, J. D. Sandifer spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Amos, Marlar. Miss Pearl Winberry spent Sunday with Miss Vera Pierce. Mr. George Duke spent Sunday with Mr. Otis Nichols. Miss Pear! Winberry spent Saturday Saturday night witli Miss Dorothy Winberry. Winberry. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Loo spent awhile awhile Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Winberry. Mr. Jim Easterling and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Easterling. Hoping the Hope Star the greatest greatest of success. Peg: 'Why do you use such a high crib for your baby?" Meg. "So we can hear him when he falls out."—Arkansas Farmer.

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  1. Hope Star,
  2. 20 Mar 1930, Thu,
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