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Supervisor’s Proceedings at January 10, 1910

Source: The Pantography, February 17, 1910

(Transcribed by Sharon Anderson.)

Meeting Permission given J.C. Miller et al to build telephone line on Iuka & Fulton road; change the Church public road granted T.L. Browning; public road allowed W.R. PHARR by old Bethel Church, same to W.R. Sample by Bethel Church; Carter Shook constable state eases $32.50; change in public road allowed J.P. STAMPHILL, C.A. PILLS and RB. TWITTY. Whereas it appears to the board that there is considerable complaint begin made by the citizens of Tishomingo County about the condition of gates across the public roads, and whereas the U.S. Government has declared that RFD service will not be maintained unless all gates across said routes are made automatic, it is therefore ordered by the Board that where any gates appear hereafter across public roads which are RFD and all gates that are now being kept across public roads which are RFD must be supplied with automatic gates and unless said order be complied with by the 1st of May, 1910, all gates must be removed from across public roads. R. B. Twitty authorized to build two automatic gates on Russellville road; Marvin Mink appointed overseer link 83; John PERRY link 10 in place of Rufus Clay who moved away; Board rescinded its action regarding the petition of C.A. PITTS for public road.

The following overseers were appointed: Albert Brewer link 127; W. CALLICUTT link 105; G.M. Sanders Link 3; J.D. Paden link 137; 1. A. Rinks link 68; Steve McDOUGAL link 136. Honor Roll - February 11, 1910 Grade I - Elizabeth MdDonald, Mamie Nagle; Lester Erwin. Grade II - Virginia Pyle, Win. 0. Jackson, Joe Burn. Grade III - Nancy McKNIGHT, Luch Jourdan, Mildred McDonald, Herbert Reed, Leslie Moser. Grade IV - Merla Matthews, Buell Rutledge, Edward Kimberly, Robert Lyle McKnight, Monta Moser. Grade V - Mary SCRUGGS, Dennis Bums, Cecil Moser, Nellie Linton, Luna Hamilton. Grade VI - Henry Howard, Malcolm Massey, Ina Linton, Lena Riley. Grade VII - Hallie Jackson, Edna Matthews, Evelyn Pyle, Christine Powell, Mattie C. Reed, Annie Thorne. Grade VIII - Claude Smith, Gladys Hodges, Lucy Watson, Georgia MOSER, Kate Moser, Clara WOODFIN, Mae Haney. Grade IX - David Graham, Albert Suggs, Oscar Watson, Ida L. Vidette Pyle, Hollie Watson, Newsom Powell, Moses Luker, Alma Jourdan. Signed: W.D. Gooch, Superintendent.

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