Where would we be without the local news? That's where we learn of births, marriages, deaths and who was visiting from out of town. The following news items from Providence, Kentucky were published in the Evansville (Indiana) Courier & Journal on Sunday, 5 July 1925.
The outstanding social event of the week was the marriage of Miss Chlora Traylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Traylor, and Mr. Baker Thompson, at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents. Only the families of the bride and groom were present. Mrs. Lander Chisholm played the wedding march and Rev. J.T. Rushing performed the ceremony. The happy couple left for a short motor trip after which they will be at home to their many friends at their cozy home on Willow street.
Misses Flossie Martin and Pearl Snow entertained Monday afternoon in honor of Miss Chlora Traylor.
Dr. J.H. Taylor has returned from a visit to his daughters, Juanita and Almeda in Chicago. Miss Almeda, who is an accomplished musician, graduated with high honors on Tuesday evening from the Chicago Musical College.
Master Wilbur Little was given a dinner in honor of his 4th birthday Tuesday afternoon.
Kenneth Doris, of Dixon, on the staff of the Cincinnati Inquirer, who is spending his vacation at home, accompanied by his mother, visited Mrs. J.B. Benjamin this week.
Mr.J.B. Benjamin has returned from a visit to his boyhood home and relatives in Rome, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Malloy, of Eddyville, were weekend guests of her sister, Mrs. Samuel Gugenheim, of Marion, Ky.