Saturday, March 28, 2009

News From Morganfield 1914

The following news items from Morganfield, Union County, Kentucky are found in the Sunday, 18 January 1914 issue of the Henderson Gleaner and were reprinted from the Morganfield Sun.

Mrs. Fannie B. Connell left of her home in Paducah Wednesday after spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. S.V. Hale in Henderson and Mr. J.L. Sale of this city.

Mrs. S.V. Sale returned to her home in Henderson after spending a few days with her sons, Messrs. James Lee and Arthur Sale of this city.

Mr. S.E. Haynes, years ago a resident of Morganfield, and son, Mr. Jack Haynes, of Wichita, Kan., are spending the week here.

Miss Della Newman of near Boxville is quite sick. A trained nurse has been called.

Mrs. Maggie Berry and Mrs. W.M. Wright will leave on the 19th for an extended visit to Mrs. Henry W. Tyler of East Haddon, Conn.

Mrs. Lou Gip Brown returned Tuesday from Nashville, where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. George Clark.

Mrs. Mary Cargile and son, Harris, leave Tuesday for Darlington, S.C. for a month’s visit.

Miss Matilda Young, our resident trained nurse, has been called to the bedside of Mrs. Berry Conway, who is ill with pneumonia.

Mrs. John Wall left Monday for Evansville, where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Noel Harris, for several days, leaving Tuesday for an extended visit to Mrs. Hugo Phillips in Texas.

Mrs. G.A. Gailor, who has been confined at the Deaconess Hospital in Louisville, following a severe operation, is reported still in a critical condition.

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