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Mrs Harry Allison and children returned home Monday after spending ten days in Marietta and Amesville. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]


Mrs Harry Allison and son Paul spent Tuesday in Middleport, the guest of Mrs Verna Starling. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]


Lewis Barton returned home from Fairmont, W.Va, where he spent the Fourth with his aunt Mrs Charles Moss. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]


The Rev Mr Barton and family and Miss Audrey Allison were calling on friends at Antiquity Monday Evening. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]


Mrs J. S. Dudgeon and Mrs Libby Reeves were calling on relatives at Albany, Sunday. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]


Dr. Wilber Ellis moved his family to Pomeroy Monday where he could be close to his business. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]


Mr and Mrs Ed Eslocker attended the funeral of their brother-in-law, Lewis Hawk, Athens R FD.7 [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]


Mr and Mrs Ed Eslocker and family spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs Mary Williams, Athens R.F.D. 2 [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]


Mrs Bertha Johnson of Freedom, Pa., and Mrs Nick Stowe and children of Beaver Falls, who has been visiting their mother, Mrs D.A.Hartley returned to their home Saturday. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]


John Linley of Albany was a business visitor here Monday. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]

Allie Morrell of Columbus is here for a few days visit at the home of John Carpenter and family. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]

Mr and Mrs D.F. Romine and Mr and Mrs A.W. Rupe attended the reunion Sunday at the residence of Seth Nicholson in Rutland township which was held in honor of R. N. Gilmore and family of the state of Washington, who are visiting relatives here. They made the trip by motor and the machine was driven all the way by their daughter, a distance of 8,800 miles. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]


Mr and Mrs Harry Roush and daughter Helen. Left Sunday for a visit at Youngstown and Pittsburgh. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]


Mr and Mrs. A. B. Rupe and sons, Perley and Wilbur, were week-end guests of relatives in Columbus. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]


Mr and Mrs. Frank Strong of Wilkesville were calling at Walter Hampton's home Saturday. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]

Mr and Mrs. A. L. Tewksbury and daughter, Pauline of Albany, were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs S.H. Smith. [The Athens Messenger Wednesday July 14, 1926 page 12]

 





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