Re: [jacksongenealogy] grandpa Clem
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From: James C Childress <GRANDPANO@...>
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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 !!
>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.
> 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
> John Johnson and Jeff Bevil
>paid this place a call
> Loudie Patterson visited
>Elen Coffman not long since.
> J.B. Patterson has had his
>little grandson with him for
> Walter Venable visited
>Ransom Holland on the 16th.