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14 PACES e ora Journal-Record PART ONE1 YOU SHOULD READ THI JOURNAURECORD THE NEWSIEST NEWSPAPER IN CLAY COUNTY VOLUME XIV THK iOtJKKAl^ Vol M No. •• FLORA. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. AUGUST 12. 1928 NU^fBER 48 BOnOB TO WATBR PATRONS a KILLBD AT CR088INO TO BB BVRIBD TTBHIAT By reaaon of the long continued | _—— 4ry weather, a shorUge of water ex- MULBERRY OROVB. III., Aagatt lata at thto time and in order to eon- 7.—Paneral servlees for Mr. and serve the supply necessary tor flre' Urs. Chariea W. Terkea aad their protection add sanitation, the use ot daughter, Lola Terkea, a Danville, watar for sprinkling streets, lawns,! III., high sehool teacher, wbo were TWO HUNDRED AND EIOHTEBN YEARS OLD AND STILL RUNNING sardena. shrabbery etc,, must he dU- i conttaned at once. Pallure te eom- [ ply vrith thto rale will reault tn water L aenrtee being cut off tor the duration r ot tMa emergency. F All patrons are earnestly urged to I repair all leaky pipea and tauceta >' stronnd the honae and to promptly I repart any leaky water laaina in the h wtraata. ; C. W. WILKINB. Bnpt. OOVNTT «. a. CXNTVBNTKMr ' litat Tneaday la the M. B. ehareh at LiOatoviUe, the Clay county Saaday aAoel convention was held. Miss PtafI Weaver of Chicago, was the atate worker preaent. There vrere three settleas. forenoon, afternoon and eveainci bnt the afternoon was the beat atteaded. H. . Jdetap and N. E. Prince were vica-presndents. Mrs. Bd Mc- . 1 taereUry, Bd McConnell treamurer. The president to to be aeleeted by the ezeentlve committee. BOCBCUnVB COMBflTTEE ' . MBBTINO Oa Friday evening of this week, at 7:80 o'clock. In the rirst National Bank building there will be held a hieeting of tbe Executive Committee ot the'Flora Oommerdal Clifb. Mat^ ters of much importance will be be¬ fore the committee and a good at¬ tendance to dealred. R. B. CAMPBELL, President CLARENCE T. SMITH, SecreUry. «HXTON PICNIC LAST SATURDAY The big picnic of the Sexton Mann- tacturing Co. employees was held at Pearl Beach, across the river -trom killed in a grade crossing accident Wednesdsy night near Vermillion, Ohio, will be held Tneeday morning from the Mulberry Grove Methodtot ehareh. Yerkee, who hae been connected wltb Illinoto schools tor 40 years, wat superintendent of schooto at Mulberry Orove. Btnlal will ba held la the Oak Ridge cemetery.Bfftngham.IU.. where the Maaonic lodga wUl aendact ser- On Tueeday. August 10. IttI, flve uUes northwest of XenU,.In the Lo¬ cust grove, on almost the exact spot where Joseph Anderson settled some sevJaty-flve years ago, was held tbe seventeenth annual reunion of the Anderson family. About seventy-flve relatives and friends were present and at the noon hour a table one hundred teet long and loaded with all the good thlags Imaginable was very much enjoyed by every one, ^ In tbe afternoon recltatlona aad songs were rendered by the children aad Rev. Oould of Plora gave a very Tiett. Mr. and Mrs. Yorfcea ara sur- .interesting talk, after which vived by three sons and three dangb¬ ten.—St. Lonto Olobe-Oemocrat, Ang. Sth Mrs. Yerkes wa« a daaghter ot the late A, C. VanTine of Flora and a sla¬ ter of Mrs. Nettie Gentry and Mtoa Oeargia VanTine. Tha Yerkes visited In this city quite frequently and are wall remembered by a number of our people. PICNIC AT HOLLYWOOD BEACH A delightful picnic supper at Hol¬ lywood Beach was enjoyed Tuesday by the following: Mr. and Mrs. John H. Reffner, Mrs. Nellie Cameron, J. L. Cotl, ot Lansing. Mich., Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Horsley. Walter Coll and aon Melbonrne, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Coll and children Harold, John and Mar¬ tha Lou, Mrs. J. W. Clark, Mrs. Anna Anderson. Miss Ida Blackburn and Mrt. Sallie B. Harrell. W. A, BRADPORVB MOTHER DEAD Mrs. Winnie Bradford passed away at her home near Keenes, Wayne county, on Monday, and the funeral was held at Garrison Chapel on Wed¬ nesday, with interment in the Brad- lord cemetery. She was the mother «lrayvills on last Saturday. All ofi"' W. A. Bradford of this city, and lee eream whs served and contests, snch as horse-shoe pitching and racea by young and old, were entered into. Among the contesu perhaps the moet intereatlng was ths fltty yard daab by D. 8. Anderson, O. W. Anderson aad J. R. Anderson, brothers, whose oombined ages equal 218 years, re¬ sulting aa follows: David Samuel winning flrst, Jasper Reld secoad aim Oeorge Washington worrying the other two hy sUying too ^close for comfort Tha officers elected for tbe ensuing year are as follows: J. 8. Anderson, Pres.; Bmmitt Anderson, Vice Pres.; Elsie Anderson, See. Relatives and frienda departed late in fhe afternoon, declaring the day had been a success In every way, PUHtA TO HAVE NBW INDVSTIlT Bhyee Bran. HattdMry to Opes Branch Here. SURPRISE DINNER FOR MRS. 4. T. MASON the home ot Ur. and Hrs. W. M. Black, Sunday, Aug. 8, wltb well fll|ed baskets to celebrate the 69th birthday of Mrs. Black's mother, Mrs. Mary J. Mason. Many beautiful gifts were presented to her Those present were Mrs. Mary P. McOowan, of Oskaloosa; Mr .and Mrs. Harrison Mason of St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Henson and the factories closed tor the day and,'be Bradford family attended the daughter, Betty June Mr snd eeveral thousand gathered for a day''u'>Bi'
|Masthead||The Flora Journal Record|
|Geographic Coverage||United States, Illinois, Clay County, Flora|
|Description||An Archive of the Flora Journal-Record Newspaper in Flora, Illinois. Flora Digitial Newspapers Collection.|
|Subject||Flora (Ill.) - Newspapers, Clay County (Ill.) - Newspapers|
|Rights||Digitized with permission from current newspaper publisher.|
|Contributing Institution||Flora Public Library|