Attorney J.T. Waldo attended his first case in Squire Bee
Hopkin’s court at Minnora last week. He has opened a branch office there.
Homer Witte, a bright young school teacher from Washington
District, is in the city looking after business affairs.
The river registered a fraction over one foot on the gauge here
Thursday morning after rains Tuesday and Wednesday on Upper Steer Creek.
A force of hands are at work moving and building a rig on the
Lee Westfall farm. This well will be watched with a great deal of interest.
Miss Bess Williams is now relief girl at the Citizen’s Telephone
Co. switchboard, and the office is no longer closed at the noon and supper
hours. Bess is a fine girl and we are sure she will give good service.
Fire destroyed the home and personal belongings of the Tom
Morehead family on Tuesday morning of last week.
Everything the elderly couple had was destroyed in the blaze,
with the exception of a washing machine, which was on the porch. It was reported
that there was no insurance on the home or contents.
A number of persons have expressed a desire to help this couple
re-establish their home. A place will be made available soon for donations of
household items and any other aid.