Almyra Gleanings: This is the third week of the new year season with its manifold blessings. it makes one willing to forget and forgive and expect the same from his fellow creatures. So let us start the new month, the second month of the new year, right and keep it going right then at the end of the year we will not have anything to regret.
The Ladies’ Aid Society will meet Wednesday, January 21, with Mrs. F. P. Spain. It is hoped that each member will be present.
Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Huey left Saturday for their new home. We wish them much happiness. They will be greatly missed in this community, both as neighbors and church workers.
Miss Fannie Givens, of Paragould, Ark., has returned to her home, after visiting her sisters at the Dunlap Orphanage.
Miss Clara Fleming was a welcome visitor at Sharon church Sabbath night. She always brings a helpful message to the Y. P. C. U.
Two little orphans entered Dunlap Orphanage Monday – Velma Sexton, age six, and Vida Sexton, age four. They came from Eades, Tenn.
[Almyra Gleanings, The Covington Leader, 22 Jan 1920]
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