Marmaduke Cackler

Transcribed by : Tina Easley

Volume 2, Number 38, on June 30, 1911


Harley Like was at Rector Sunday.

J. W. Lipscomb was a visitor at Rector Sun.

J. E. Tanner was at Rector Sun. visiting friends.

Miss Sallie Kennedy spent last Sat. at Paragould.

Miss Maggie Irby was visiting friends at Rector Sat.

A. A. Arnold and family spent Sunday at Rector visiting relatives.

W. A. Welton and J. Frank Skelton of Paragould were here Tuesday.

John Lefner and his mother left Sun. for a short visit with relatives at Martin, Tenn.

Miss Haley of Rector was here Sat. and Sun. visting Mrs. A. E. Stovall.

Mrs. John Collins of Nettleton returned Wed. after visiting relatives in the vicinity.

Misses Sula and Toy Cavitt spent part of the week at Cardwell , Mo. where they visted Miss Lilla Hartsoe and friends.

Miss Hazel Nutt of Jonesboro was here Sat. visiting her Uncle W. F. Nutt and his daughter.

Prof. A. D. Garner from the Monea College at Rector was here Mon. He reports that a good attendance at the college this fall.

Uncle Jimmie Gossett returned from Holland, Tennesse were he visited old friends.

Rev. N. W. Hampton preached at Union Grove Church on the 2nd Sat. in June. He is 78 years old and still able to preach the gospel.

John F. Hall of Martin Tenn. who is a traveling salesman representing a saddle company out of Chattanooga, and a cousin to Miss Beurah Crutchfield, near town spent several weeks the Crutchfield family.