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october 16, 1919

A beautiful wedding took place Oct. 15 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bowlby of Lost Springs, when their only daughter, Laura, was united in marriage to Harrison Ball.

Word received from Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Turkle of Snyder, Oklahoma, tells of fine prosperity in that section, the best crops in the years they have been there. Cotton picking is in full swing with cotton at $200 a bale.

Mr. Elmer Schubert living a few miles southeast of town has finished making his home fully modern by installing electric light and power and an automatic electric water system.

The big machine on the drainage work south of town began work again Tuesday after being held up for several days for repairs.

Dr. R.C. Smith and family have a handsome new Hudson closed model car.

District No. 113 will have a cake walk at Presley Graves’ barn, seven and a half miles southeast of Marion Thursday night, Oct. 16. Proceeds go to benefit the school.

Last modified Oct. 16, 2019

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