Excerpted from the Gadsden County Times Newspaper, Quincy.
Excerpts were photographed and edited by Angela Cassidy, and typed by Mary Hutchins.
Miss Pearl Stephens spent the week end with her parents here.
J. B. (John Bennett) Perkins made a business trip to Tallahassee Saturday.
Julian Kemp, Leland Sanders, Bide Mills and two sons left last Thursday for South Florida.
Emma Louise Perkins is visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. (Lilla) Causey and family spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I. E. (Irving Ebenezer) Johnson.
Misses Allene and Lizzie Walsh were visitors in Havana last Saturday afternoon and night.
Mrs. Holland (Walsh) Perritt and family of Port St. Joe are visiting relatives here.
O. L. (Oliver) Stephens, Misses Lillian Stephens, Emma Kemp, Harrell and Zachary went to Quincy Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Elkins made a business trip to Havana yesterday.
J. H. (John Henry) Perritt spend the weekend with his parents here.
R. A. (Robret Andrew "Bob") Cook and daughters, Ava and Myrtice, motored to Havana Saturday.
A large crowd attended the sing at H. O. (Harris) Perkins' Saturday night.
We have Sunday school at the Methodist church Sunday morning and Baptist in the afternoon. Every body is invited to attend.
We are sorry to note the illness of Mrs. J. H. (James H.) (Sara Catherine) Gray and daughter, Lessie, and hope them a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laing (Robert and Cora Lee, daughter of the Grays) spent Sunday with Mrs. J. H. Gray.
Miss Ruby McDavid organized a sewing club here last Wednesday; we hope them a successful year.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Darsey spent the week end with Mrs. J. F. B. (John Fredrick Beauregard) (Nancy Ann Candacy Stephens) Connell.
We are glad to see Miss Holland Perritt out after her long illness.
HENRY WALSH OF HAVANA CATCHES A FOUR FOOT OTTER
Henry Walsh (son of Patrick and Nancy Walsh) of Havana has the distinction of being one of the few persons to catch an otter in this section of Florida. While otters are not an uncommon catch in South Florida they are rarely found around here.
The animal was caught in a pond not far from Havana. It is over four feet long and has been put on display in the window of Bell and Bates. Not only do these animals make beautiful fur pieces but they also last practically a life time.
QUINCY VICTORIOUS OVER CONCORD
On January 5th, the girl basketeers of Concord eighth grade were defeated by the local eighth grade team by a score of 14 to 12. This enthusiastic game opened the season for the girls. The whole high school turned out to see and root for the coming atheletes of Quincy high.
Both teams showed splendid coaching. The Quincy centers had to watch their step in keeping up with the active side center who was Concord's star player.
Both Quincy forwards showed up splendidly, while the guards played a fast game for the regulars. The line up was as follows:
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