Hayes News Items, September, 1944
Uncited clipping from the Welch-Reynolds family.


Mrs. Theresa Damron


Dana YOUCHOFF, of St. Louis, who has been visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Emma M. DAMRON, and uncle, Jesse DAMRON, returned home Monday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd BRISCOE and family and Reavis DAMRON, of St. Louis, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur DAMRON.

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. BRITTON and daughters had as guests over the week end Mrs. BRITTON’S parents.

Mrs. Ernest OGDEN entered Missouri Baptist Hospital, St. Louis, last Tuesday for x-rays and treatment. Mrs. OGDEN, who had been real sick, is feeling a little better.

Our deepest sympathy to Mrs. O. H. DAMRON, Mrs. C. W. DAMRON and Dr. J. N. DAMRON is the passing of Dr. O. H. DAMRON. Dr. DAMRON was a wonderful man and will be sadly missed by his loved ones and by the many he waited on in the medical profession. Services were held at Silex and burial at the Mill Creek cemetery Friday, September 1.

Ernest Henry OGDEN reported at Jefferson Barracks Tuesday.

Our sympathy to the beloved ones in the passing of their husband and father, the late Walter A. COX.



Miss Arretta WATTS, of New York city, arrived Friday, August 25, to visit her mother, Mrs. A. L. WATTS, west of town, two or three weeks. Miss WATTS was scheduled to speak before the Clarksville Chamber of Commerce Wednesday night of this week.

File submitted to HERITAGE PAGES of LINCOLN COUNTY, MISSOURI by Sandie Eisenbath, 9 September, 2003.

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