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Some items about Love Co. from the Oct. 1922 Gainesville, Tx Register.
The Gainesville Register
Published in Gainesville, Cooke County, Texas
October 26, 1922
Wednesday, October 18
Mrs. Ida Lee Smith and brother, Joe Mabry, were in Gainesville today.
W. E. Walden of Marietta was here today looking after business.
Earl Hudson has returned from Odell, Texas. Earl reports bad roads over quite a bit of the distance.
Brown Walker and Frank Smith were visitors to Marietta today.
Bunyon Mabry and Ralph Wiseman are putting in a tailor shop here. They made at trip to Gainesville today to purchase some equipment for it. They will later do cleaning and pressing in connection with the tailoring.
Mr. Koontz and daughter Carrie were in Gainesville today.
Mr. 7 Mrs. Smith were Gainesville visitors.
Joe Moore and Barney Tanner were Gainesville visitors.
Thursday, October 19
W. G. Andrew began loading his household goods in the car today, preparatory to moving to South Texas
There was a small crowd out at prayer meeting at the Baptist church last night.
H. C. Roberts and Mr. Gordon are through picking cotton, having brought in their last bale to the gin this morning. Mr. Koontz is also through.
Mrs. Andrews and children left this morning for South Texas. She was one of the leading women in this community. They will reside near Gatesville, Texas.
Charles McKinney of Stephenville, Texas is visiting Tate Graham of the Addington Bend community this week.
Saturday, October 21
J. B. Taylor has sold his corn mill to Mr. Wilkinson of the White Rose community.
Charley Coaker (Coker?) of this community sold his 100 acre farm to S. Westheimer of Ardmore.
There was a pie supper at the Methodist church today. There were about 30 pies sold, which ranged from 50 cents to $2.50, with the exception of the first which sold for 25 cents.They ran Miss Carry Voyles against Miss Ronnie Langston for the cake to be given to the prettiest girl. Miss Voyles got the cake; it brought $37.00.
Sunday, October 22
Miss Lillian Thompson has left for her home in Everman, Texas.
Monday, October 23
Howard Morgan who had the misfortune to lose his automobile by fire has purchased another Dodge from Ross & Son at Gainesville.
L. M. Osborn of Gainesville was a business visitor to Thackerville today.
Nat Smith and Roy Mabry have returned from Vernon, Texas where they have been picking cotton.
T. J. Buford, a farmer of this community, who has made a success of turkey and goat raising, says he owes his success to advertising. Mr. Buford is making a good living on land that is as sandy as any Red River sand bar, just from his turkeys and goats. When he purchased the land, it was covered with briars and brush, so he fenced it with high goat and chicken wire and put the goats to clearing. They killed all the briars and underbrush and he cut the larger trees with an axe and let the goats eat the leaves and twigs. This land was then planted in peas, which provided food for the turkeys, thus making all work and pay. The goats that did the clearing were Angora, but he now had turned his attention to raising milk goats.
White Rose Community News
White Rose, Oklahoma--Mrs. J. B. Scofield received a message Friday apprizing her of the death of her nephew at Burkburnett. She left to attend the funeral at Waxahachie, Texas.
Miss Etta Smith visited J. B. Williford of Gainesville last week.
Miss Linnie Reasoner of Bomar spent the week as a guest of Miss Gertrude Pippin.
C. L. Pippin, Jack Stewart and Mr. & Mrs. David Beasley were Gainesville visitors.
Mr. & Mrs. David Grison of Muenster, Texas visited the Sunday school at White Rose Sunday.
Mr. & Mrs. Bill Witt of Gainesville were guests of Jack Stewart and family last week.
Tommy Comer of Miss Pippin’s room secured the first subscription for the Weekly Register last week.
Registration at White Rose was well attended Friday. The school children sold pop corn balls to the patrons and also took subscriptions for The Register. Their earnings reached $7.65, which will be used for playground equipment.
Peter Hatfield, small son of Mr. Hatfield, is quite ill with malaria fever.
Preparation are under way for the Halloween carnival as the White Rose schoolhouse Halloween night. All are invited to come and bring a handful of pennies. The proceeds will go for the benefit of the playgrounds.
Everyone is requested to come to the schoolhouse Saturday evening at 7:30 to organize a singing class and choir.
A bunch of youngsters “entertained” Mr. & Mrs. Roger Larrabee last Wednesday night, as they failed in their first attempt Saturday night.
Messrs. McCracklin, Hester, Larrabee, and McGuire were in Burneyville Saturday, attending the Farm Labor Union meeting.
Mrs. O. H. Morgan was in Gainesville shopping Friday.
Earnest Rose of the Brock oil field has returned home.
Mrs. Claude Long and son Billy Edward of Weatherford, Oklahoma are visiting her parents, Mr. & Mrs. J. M. Davis.
J. B. Scofield and son John motored to Marietta Saturday.
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis and daughters, Beatrice and Erma, were shopping in Gainesville Saturday.
Miss Mary Bonds of Marietta visited Miss Velma Manes Sunday.
Mrs. A. C. Rose was shopping in Gainesville Saturday afternoon.
The number of students has reached 70, and a good school spirit is shown in the work.
We have matched a basketball fame with Thacker Ville on our grounds, Friday, October 27.
Miss Ida Smith of this community is rather ill this week. She is the daughter of Mrs. Martha N. Smith.
Miss Ruba Rose of this community is attending high school at Thackerville.
Most of the corn is gathered which made well, considering the season.
Marietta News Items of Interest Here from the Marietta Monitor
Albert Wiseman of this city is contemplating going to Goodwell, Oklahoma to direct the city band of that place.
Mrs. J. T. Morrow and baby of Gainesville have been here this week visiting Mrs. Morrow’s father, H. T. Peteran, and her sister, Mrs Leland Vansant and family.
Mr. & Mrs. S. Westheimer of Ardmore were visitors here Wednesday.
Mrs. T. C. Salle returned home Wednesday from a visit to relatives in Gainesville.
Miss Marie Trieves who is teaching school at Lone Grove visited homefolks here Sunday.
District Judge B. C. Logsdon returned home from Ardmore Tuesday where he had been holding court.
Albert Wiseman has been visiting J. D. Wiseman in Thackerville this week.
L. B. Smith and W. A. Thompson have returned from Montague, Texas where they have been looking after their oil interests. They report much activity in Montague county in the way of oil development.
Mrs. S. Levine and children attended the Dallas fair last Sunday.
Mrs. Clotilde Haynes spent the weekend with friends in Dallas.