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Cyrus / Dirigo news, 1941

The Dirgo community newsletter in the April 9, 1941 Adair County News.


The farmers are getting along nicely with their work. Lots of plowing has been done around here.

L.T., the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Tause Campbell, has typhoid fever at this writing.

Mrs. Vida Bean is confined to her room. This statement we are sorry to make.

Mr. Eli Rosson, who had his second stroke of paralysis, a few weeks ago, is able to be up again in the house.

Mr. Johnnie Harvey, who has been confined to his bed for over year, is much worse at present.

Mrs. Hiram Stotts and Freda McKinney were in Columbia having some teeth extracted last Thursday.

Mr. George Janes is trucking some lumber to Columbia for Mr. Walter Janes.

Mr. and Mrs. Cleburn Stotts are the proud parents of a son, Allen Glen, born recently.

Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Stotts are the proud parents of a son born recently. Mother and son doing fine.

We were very sorry to read about Mrs. Hurley Wilson not improving. We were both in the same ward in the Glasgow Hospital a few weeks ago...She has been a patient there six times in four years.

Little Miss Opal Royse, of the Flatwoods section, has been spending ten days with her half-brother, Mr. Oris Royse.

Mrs. Sallie Sparks was in Columbia to see a doctor. He said that she has a bad heart and high blood pressure. She makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Jessie Stotts.

The measles has not been in our town as yet and we hope they won't call on us as there are plenty of people to have them in this community.

Mrs. Holland Bean, who has been confined to her bed for three months, is able to be out again.

Central Ohio Bureau Chief

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