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  • James C Childress
    This article was given my aunt by her Mother Edith (Eadie) Hays. It has not aged well so I have reprinted it here with the same format. Does anyone recognize
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 24, 2000
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      This article was given my aunt by her Mother Edith (Eadie) Hays. It has
      not aged well so I have reprinted it here with the same format. Does
      anyone recognize the name Snowdrop or M. A., the authors of the column? I
      would like to know so we can search for other articles on this part of my
      family from the same newspaper. Clem Childress is my grandfather.
      James Clemons Childress. Thanks !!

      MID
      THE DANCE GIVEN BY James Selcer
      Friday night was enjoyed by
      the young people in this place.
      Miss Maud Childress has
      returned home after a pleasant
      visit to her aunt, Mrs. Sarah
      Vaught near Langston.
      Miss Carrie Patterson of
      Hillams Store is visiting
      relatives at this place.
      Married at this place, Clem
      Childress to Miss Eadie Hayes,
      Wednesday, Dec 5th, at 4 o'clock
      p. m. Mr. Childress is one of our
      most popular young men. The bride
      is a very charming young lady. We
      wish them a long and happy life.
      M.A.
      W. J. Downs went to Chatta-
      nooga last week on business.
      Merida Bethune and family
      are visiting W. H. Coffman.
      We are proud to have Bro.
      Chapell with us again.
      Mrs. Appleton Johnson is
      viliting her mother at Hillians
      Store,
      John Johnson and Jeff Bevil
      paid this place a call
      recently.
      Loudie Patterson visited
      Elen Coffman not long since.
      J.B. Patterson has had his
      little grandson with him for
      some weeks.
      Walter Venable visited
      Ransom Holland on the 16th.
      Snowdrop
    • Ann Fenn
      PLEASE UNSUBSCRIBE DUE TO DEATH. ... From: James C Childress To: jacksongenealogy@egroups.com ;
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 24, 2000
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        PLEASE UNSUBSCRIBE DUE TO DEATH.


        -----Original Message-----
        From: James C Childress <GRANDPANO@...>
        To: jacksongenealogy@egroups.com <jacksongenealogy@egroups.com>;
        sherion@... <sherion@...>
        Cc: nurcop@... <nurcop@...>; abc123@...
        <abc123@...>
        Date: Friday, November 24, 2000 12:35 PM
        Subject: [jacksongenealogy] grandpa Clem


        >This article was given my aunt by her Mother Edith (Eadie) Hays. It has
        >not aged well so I have reprinted it here with the same format. Does
        >anyone recognize the name Snowdrop or M. A., the authors of the column? I
        >would like to know so we can search for other articles on this part of my
        >family from the same newspaper. Clem Childress is my grandfather.
        >James Clemons Childress. Thanks !!
        >
        > MID
        >THE DANCE GIVEN BY James Selcer
        >Friday night was enjoyed by
        >the young people in this place.
        > Miss Maud Childress has
        >returned home after a pleasant
        >visit to her aunt, Mrs. Sarah
        >Vaught near Langston.
        > Miss Carrie Patterson of
        >Hillams Store is visiting
        >relatives at this place.
        > Married at this place, Clem
        >Childress to Miss Eadie Hayes,
        >Wednesday, Dec 5th, at 4 o'clock
        >p. m. Mr. Childress is one of our
        >most popular young men. The bride
        >is a very charming young lady. We
        >wish them a long and happy life.
        > M.A.
        > W. J. Downs went to Chatta-
        >nooga last week on business.
        > Merida Bethune and family
        >are visiting W. H. Coffman.
        > We are proud to have Bro.
        >Chapell with us again.
        > Mrs. Appleton Johnson is
        >viliting her mother at Hillians
        >Store,
        > John Johnson and Jeff Bevil
        >paid this place a call
        >recently.
        > Loudie Patterson visited
        >Elen Coffman not long since.
        > J.B. Patterson has had his
        >little grandson with him for
        >some weeks.
        > Walter Venable visited
        >Ransom Holland on the 16th.
        > Snowdrop
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
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