Meigs County News For The Year 1914

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Unknown Meigs County, Ohio, newspaper February, 1914
Syracuse Feb 16. Misses Helen and Marsha Karr gave a party to their friends at their home at Enterprise Friday night. The evening was spent in playing games and refreshments were served. The Syracuse M. E. Sunday school had the Freedman's Aid anniversary program Sunday morning. Rosoe Hardin, who lives on 3rd street in the Jones property had a small fire last Thursday caused by coal falling off the grate which did considerable damage to household goods. Samuel Clark had the insurance, the damage of which was paid in full. Miss Flossie Ewing who is attending Bliss college at Columbus is home spending a few days vacation with her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Earl Ewing. Mrs. Dana Ables, who has been sick of rheumatism, is much better. Miss Edythe Williams was the Sunday guest of Mrs. D. T. Williams at Middleport. N. S. Buck of Richmond, Va.. spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garton. Mrs. W. F. Bartels visited relatives at Pomeroy a few days last week. The D. of A. lodge gave a nice supper to the Rebecca lodge at the Jr. O.U.A. M. Hall last Thursday evening. Mrs. Charles Chandler returned to her home at Athens on Thursday after several days visit with her sister Mrs. C. Y. Bridgeman. Rev. L. C. Watts returned from Rodney on Saturday after several days visit with relatives. Gus Hoyt went to Elkins, W. Va. Wednesday to visit his brother Arthur for a few weeks. Miss Quora Hardin has been real sick the past week. Mrs. T. T. Williams and daughter Miss Clara spent Wednesday the guests of the former's sister Mrs. John Owen at Middleport. Miss Helen Karr who has been here with her mother, Mrs. Mary Karr, returned to Gallipolis Tuesday to resume her position at the OHE. Miss Tillie Bentz, who has been visiting relatives and friends at Antiquity came here Thursday to visit her sister Mrs. Geo N. Hayman. Robert Hess came down from Pittsburg Saturday to visit his mother Mrs. Elsie Hess and family. (Transcribed by Kay Williams)

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