The Courant American News

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
September 4, 1890
Transcribed by:  

Page 5.

Mrs. Rebecca Hood has passed her seventy-seventh year, and can get in her buggy or mount her pony like a young girl. She is often seen distributing religious papers and the sermons of Talmage and other distinguished ministers where she thinks they may do good. Her chief object is to make others happy. May she be spared to scatter many more seeds of kindness.


Page 8.

News from Rogers' Station

As Rogersí has always been so quiet we think it time for us to come to the front.

Misses Dell Lumpkin and Mary Hicks, two of our sweetest young ladies, visited Adairsville last week.

Mrs. W. H. Wofford has returned home, after spending several weeks pleasantly with relatives here. [This is Nancy Rogers Wofford, wife of Wade H. Wofford and 3 great grandmother of Laurel Baty, who sure wishes the newspaper had added a bit more to this tidbit.]

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pittard visited Rogersí during the week.

Mrs. C. G. Hatch and her son, Walter, of Atlanta, are visiting relatives here.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Scott, of Adairsville, were down Sunday.

Miss Beula Williams has returned home, after spending several weeks pleasantly at Dallas and Taylorsville.

Bob L. Rogers has returned to Florida, where he has been making his home for several years.

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rogers and Mrs. Lumpkin spent a day with Mrs. Bishop at Grassdale this week.

Some of our people will attend the Tabernacle meeting.

Croquet parties are the favorite pastime for our young people.


GO TO: Text Site Map
770-382-3818 ext. 6283
13 N Wall Street
Cartersville, Georgia 30120

Bartow GenWeb Coordinator: Trey Gaines   
Georgia GenWeb State Coordinator: Linda Blum-Barton

          ©2002 - 2019 Bartow History Museum

Last modified: August 29, 2006