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Description: Local and PersonalDate: April 29 1919
Newspaper published in: Guntersville, AL
Source: Madison Co., AL Library
Page/Column: Page 3, Columns 1-2
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Local and Personal
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Born to Mr. and Mrs. King last ___ a daughter.
__ and Mrs. Joe Owen spent __y in Gadsden.
__ Camp and family spent __ with relatives at Arab.
__ W. York, of Union Grove, __ __w reader of the Advertiser __ _ek.
__ Hamil, of Shreveport, La., __ his mother, Mrs. W. E. __ __y, last week.
__ Jackson, of Union Grove __ _s among the boys recently returned from France.
__ E. B. Everett spent Sunday __ __tsville, where he was called __ __ illness of his brother.
__ Ina Camp and little niece, __ _utnam, of Arab Rt. 3, are __ _g her brother, L. H. Camp.
__ J. H. HIngson and small __ of Oxford, visited her father, __ Gilbreath, and family last __.
__ Amos E. Goodhue, of Gadsden, and L. E. Brown, of Montgomery, were among the visiting __ __eys here last week.
__ Oscar Horton and little __ter, Kathleen, of Attalla, __ a day or two with Mr. and __ John Jordan last week.
__ Lula Harper, of Scottsboro, __ Guntersville for a few days. __ an Edison record expert __ assisting E. D. Hollis, the __graph man.
Luke Mitchell has been discharged from the army and returned home yesterday. Luke __ more than a year in France and was in some of the big battles there.
Rev. T. W. Smallwood requests us to announce that the quarterly conference will be held at New __, Georgia Mountain, May 10th and 11th. There will be a __ _upper May 3rd, proceeds for benefit of church.
Mrs. Dora Kearney delightfully entertained a number of her __ on the afternoon of Thursday, the 17th, in honor of Miss __ Alred. Delicious refreshments including cake and ice __, were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Plunkett and children, Ada Belle and Alpha, Mr. and Mrs. Elvie L. Plunkett and children, Arlie, Georgia, and Dew-__ and Mrs. Fannie Gregory, of __ Grove Rt. 1, were in town __sday and paid the Advertiser a pleasant call.
Rev. Thomas P. Beale, of How__ college, filled the pulpit at the __st church Sunday, in the absence of Rev. Barnes. Rev. Bealle __erly assisted his father in publishing the Breeze at Tuscaloosa __ we were pleased to have a call __ him during his visit here.
__ A. Gallant, of Gadsden, has been appointed License Inspector of Marshall County by Governor __ in the place of W. C. Paden, __ned. Mr. Gallant as charge of three counties, Marshall, Etowah and Cherokee, and it is his __ to see that all parties subject to state and county license procure__.
In his report to the Governor last __, Deputy Jail Inspector Ad__ praised the condition of Marshall county’s jail, stating that the building is new and being kept in __ condition. The law is com__ with, the food good, the pris__ kept clean and everything is in good shape. M. G. Cox is jailer. __n jails were inspected. Two were found in good condition, __ were passably normal and __ were condemned. The jails __ St. Clair and Cherokee counties were condemned.
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J. F. McDonald is spending a few days in Chattanooga.
G. Rhett, of Huntsville, spent several days here recently mingling with old friends.
J. W. Higgins, of Guntersville Rt. 1, was in to see us last week and renewed the subscription of Ansel Cowen, at Snyder, Okla.
Judge Haralson was in Guntersville again Thursday when he took up the chancery docket. He returned to Fort Payne Friday.
Dr. W. P. Thomason and mother, Mrs. Ida Thomason, left Sunday afternoon for a ten day’s visit to relatives at Columbus, Ga., and other points.
D. Barnett and Miss Ola Key drove down from route 1 Sunday and were married at eth Court House, Probate Clerk D. L. Clay officiating.
Z. D. Smith, of Sidney, was a pleasant caller at this office Saturday. Mr. Smith sends the Advertiser to his son, W. C. Smith, at Longview, Tex.
Joe Abercrombie and Garfield Whisenant, of Union Grove Rt. 2, were in town Saturday and the former called and renewed with us for another year.
Sheriff Hyde went over to Huntsville Friday and brought back Jim Davis, who was wanted here on a charge of disposing of mortgaged property.
Word has been received in Guntersville that Lieut. Tom Roberts and Capt. R. F. Fennell have landed on this side of the pond and will soon be home again.
Dr. Jas. R. Sherman, a prominent physician, died suddenly at his home in Albertville last Thursday, death being due to apoplexy. Dr. Sherman was 62 years of age and had been in failing health for several years. He lived in Guntersville for a short time several years ago, having moved here and established the Citizens Bank, which he subsequently sold. He has many friends in Guntersville and surrounding country who will regret to learn of his death. He leaves a wife and several children to mourn his loss.