Marmaduke Cackler

Transcribed by : Tina Easley

Volume 2, Number 38, on June 30, 1911.

 

New Friendship

The farmers are busy sowing peas and working their crops .

King Stepp and family of Spring Grove visited Mrs. Peebles this week.

No services were at Old Friendship Sunday on account of the rain.

Some of the people are picking and canning blackberries.

J. F. Dollins and wife and W. W. Gresham and wife visted at W. C. Carmack's Sunday.

The nice showers we are having are making the grass grow as well as the crops.

Mesdames Peebles and Weatherly visited Grandma Haygood, Tuesday who was sick.

Will Dollins is very low with consumption and not expected to recover. He is at the home of his father-in-law, Harvey Weatherly