Winberry HS 30Sept 1931 p4
Nichols Health in this community seems to be improving. Picking /cotton is the order of tho day around here. Ernest Crank of Holly Springs was laid to rest in Holly Springs cemetery Si"'^ay morning. The party given at the homo of Miss Pearl Winberry Wednesday night was wHI attended and enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Jip Baker spent a few days; last week with Mr. Baker's in rfh cr. Mrs. Harrison of Waldo. Mrs. Bert Pierce of Falcon spent the week end with Mrs. Lillie Easterling of Corenth. The party given at the home of A J. Morlar's Friday night was attendee by a large crowd and all reported a good time. Miss Estelle Adkins of Willisvillc spent Sunday with Miss Odell McMillan.. McMillan.. The school days are near at hand which will begin Thursday, October 1 Hope there is a large 1 attendance.