In Memory In loving memory of Gracie Bonice EAVES. She has passed out of a world of strife to receive through our Father’s love the reward of a well spent life. One by one the links are gathered To our Father’s home above. And they’re waiting there to greet us
Harmony News Item – Mr. Tommie RUSSELL, a young farmer of this community, and Miss Mattie ALLEN, of Medina, were quietly married at the courthouse Saturday. We wish them much happiness in their married life. Source: Chester County Independent, 16 Jan 1930, pg. 1.
Henderson Girl Marries Miss Jasper GALBRAITH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. GALBRAITH, of this city, was married to Porter J. BYRD on Tuesday evening, Dec. 31, at 8:30 o’clock. The marriage took place in the home of Dr. Harry Scribner AMES, by whom the ceremony was performed. Mary GALBRAITH,
Column: Chester County High News Miss Frances MURRAY, former expression teacher, was married recently in Jackson to Mr. Lauton COX, of Chicago. The newly married couple will make their home for awhile in Chicago. The school regrets the loss of one so able and efficient, but wishes for her much
The Independent has received a card from the Linden Circle Beauty Shop and Training School announcing the graduation of Miss Vera WHITE, which will occur on Saturday, Jan. 11, at 315 Somerville street, Memphis. Miss WHITE is the daughter of Dr. WHITE of this city and has many friends in
Miss Billie Sue ROBERTSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.L. ROBERTSON of this city, was married last Saturday morning in Memphis to Mr. Herman SPEARS of Bay, Ark. The marriage was a quiet affair and only a few friends were present. Mr. and Mrs. SPEARS will make their home for
A wedding that came as a surprise to their friends was that of Mr. Rufus HOOKS, of Chicago, and Miss Ruby SMITH, of this community. They left Saturday for Chicago. Source: Chester County Independent, 9 Jan 1930, pg. 2 Later in the issue on pg. 5….. HOOKS-SMITH Miss Ruby SMITH
Esq. HAMLETT Passes Away The news of the death of Joe E. HAMLETT, which occurred at Los Angeles, California on Dec. 19th, will be received with deep regret by his many friends throughout this section. He moved to Texas from this place about twenty years ago, first locating at
Column: Chester County News We are sorry to hear of Mr. Woodrow PICKETT breaking his arm. Source: Chester County Independent, 2 Jan 1930, pg. 6.
Miss Vera WHITE, who is taking a course in beauty culture at the Linden Circle Beauty Parlor at Memphis, has been visiting home folks here. Source: Chester County Independent, 2 Jan 1930, pg. 5