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Joyce Coomer has nine composition books of historic value

Books belonged Stanley Rubarts and Gordon Cabbell. From 1923 and 1924. Printing Creations owner would like to make gift of books to interested descendant(s) of Stanley Rubarts of Dunnville

Joyce Coomer writes:

I have nine composition books that belonged to Stanley Rubarts of Dunnville, Kentucky. The topics include physical geography, agriculture and literature. He had a very nice handwriting and while the books have gotten damp and ink has faded or run, most of the handwriting is still legible.

I also have one composition book that belonged to -- the best I can make out the name -- Gordon Cabbell. This book looks as if had been passed around and different students wrote short things in it.

These books have dates in them of 1923 and 1924.

If any of Stanley Rubarts' descendants would be interested in having his composition books, they can stop by Printing Creations at 110 N. Monroe Street, and pick them up.

Because the other book has "news" items about people I knew when I was a child, I would like to keep it myself. - JOYCE M. COOMER. Phone 270-384-4495

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