Sorry to report little Lexie Phillips on the sick list, we are hoping she will be well soon.
Woodie Lee McCone spent the weekend with Raymon Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. Buren Burchfield of Crossett, were Center Point visitors this week.
Mrs. Ina Devine visited Mrs. Katie Devine Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton McCone spent the weekend with the former's mother, Mrs. Della McCone, of Collins.
Irene and Leona Phillips and Merle McCone spent the weekend with Miss Lucille Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ellis of Collins spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Leon Ray, and Mr. Ray.
Adrian Phillips, Wilford McCone, and Raymon Ray were Collins visitors Sunday.
Warren Ray and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Doyal Phillips, Sunday.
Messrs. J.G., W.T., and R.V. Phillips were Monticello visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Callie Marter spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Essie Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Lindley and daughter, Bessie Mae, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Callie Jordan.
Mrs. Ola Phillips visited Mrs. Della Phillips Saturday.
Glad to know that William Roper, who has been seriously ill, is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Resoual Devine and son, Robert Owen, visited Mr. and Mrs. Reece Devine Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carson Hart, of Collins, attended Sunday School here Sunday. We were glad to have them and we cordially invite them back, and to everyone we assure you your presence and help will be appreciated, and we extend a hearty welcome to you all.
Attention everybody! Next Sunday morning, Easter, a Cantata will be given at the Methodist Church at 11 o'clock. So wend your way after Sunday School to hear this lovely music and readings. As the pastor is to be at Rock Springs there will be no preaching service, anywhere in Wilmar, so far as we know now.
Mrs. Fred Blankinship of Warren visited her mother, Mrs. P.M. White and family Sunday and her three daughters returned home with her.
Mr. Leonard Bird and mother, Mrs. M.E. Bird, Mrs. C.L. Bird, Mrs. R.A. McClintock and Mrs. W.S. Anderson drove to Monticello Sunday and heard a splendid Palm Sunday sermon by the pastor, Rev. Harris at the Methodist Church, then had dinner in the lovely new home of Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Bird - enjoying their hospitality and a fine meal. Mrs. Wm. Bulloch of Dermott was also present.
Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Wilson of Dermott spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Green and Earl.
Mrs. Clarence Harper and baby of Sheridan were guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. Green the past weekend.
Mrs. Ed Trantham is in the Dr. Price Clinic, having undergone an operation last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wiscaver and little daughter of Gloster, Miss., were here last week preparing to move there, where Mr. Wiscaver has found employment with more remuneration.
Mr. Geo. Wilkinson spent the weekend at A. & M. College.
After an absence of about two weeks Wm. (or better known as Bill) Rash has returned to his work here with Pomeroy-McGowin Co.
At last the Methodist parsonage is being treated to some white paint. It will be a relief to have the old red stain covered, and we hope this will make a great improvement in the looks of the building.
Thursday afternoon one of Wilmar's oldest and most prominent Negro men was killed instantly as he was arriving home with a load of poles for making into stove wood. As the wagon crossed a ditch nearing the house, it seems a pole became dislocated and caught by an axle of the wagon, reversed and fell back across the neck causing death.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chatham have a baby girl born last Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Carrie A. Walters is on the sick list this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Williams spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Williams.
Junior Cater, Prate Williams and John Elmer and Miss Emma Jane Williams spent Sunday evening with Misses Nellie and Mildred Craig.
There is to be dinner on the ground at Old Union Sunday and an Egg Hunt. Everybody is invited to come.
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