Carroll County

"A Carroll County Scrapbook - Section One"

Contributed By: Roslyn McLendon

"This Kentucky scrapbook is all from Carroll County.
My Mom took all these articles from a Carroll County news paper - most pertain
to people who lived at Locust in Carroll County or Carrollton itself. 
Mom had all these pages in her original scrapbook.
 They are Carroll County history. Please use them. Roslyn"

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Ludlow PTA: 
Newly elected and outgoing officers of the Ludlow PTA,  The new officers will take
their seats in June.  Mrs. W. Smith has been re-elected president, Mrs. Fred Von berg,
past president, is the new v.p., and a member of the Exec. Committee.  Mrs. Elizabeth
Gibbs was re-elected corresponding sec. Miss Lena Jansen is the newly elected treasurer,
Mrs. L. E. Rouse is the new secretary, filling the office held formerly by Miss Mary Goetz.
Othes in the group are Miss Julia Kermse, outgoing vp., ex. Comm. and past pres:
Mrs. Gordon Holloway, newly elected 2nd vp, Mrs. Mildred Krenning, re-electd historian:
Mrs. Charles Doerr, Advis. Bd; Mrs. Albert Asche, former Treasurer, Mrs. William Thomas,
Advis. Bd and former pres; and Mrs. K.M. Klinger, Advis. Bd and former president. (no date)

Clarence F. Stoeckel, 35, former president of the Ludlow Prk board died
Tuesday at the home of his brother Oscar Stoeckel, 849 W. Oak Street, Ludlow,
following a four month's illness.  A clerk for the southern Railroad, he was transferred
to Atlanta Ga, a few years ago.  He was a member of the Ludlow Vol. fire dept and interested
in athletics.  Two brothers, Oscar and Walter, both of Ludlow, survive.
Services are to be held Friday at 2:p.m. from the residence with burial in Highland Cemetery. 
Arrangements are in charge of Allison & Rose.

(no date)
Miss Ruth Perry, 345 Montclair Avenue, Ludlow, Ky. has enrolled in the Eastern Kentucky
State Teachers' College in Richmond, Ky.  Miss Perry is the daughter of Mrs. Katherine
Perry and is a graduate of Ludlow High School and a member of the Covington Y.W.C.A.  (no date)

NOTE: Most of these clippings are from the late 20' & 30's.

Caroline Elizabeth Cabage-beloved infant daughter of Clifford and Ina
Cabage, nee Keene, , died Saturday, March 17.1934, at the residence, 400
West Fifth St at Covington, age 1 year, a victem of pneumonia.  Funeral from
the residence Tuesday, March 20 at 2 p.m..  Service at First Christian Church
2:30 p.m.. Interment Linden Grove Cemetery.

Death claims Douglas C. Vest, prominent young attorney:  The only child of
Oscar and Anna Vest, Douglas was born March 17, 1903, in the city of
Carrollton, Ky.  After receiving his common school and high school education
in the Carrollton public schools, he graduated at the University of
Kentucky.  His desire to be well prepared and thorough in all of his
undertakings prompted him to pursue the study of law at Harvard U and the
University of Cincinnati where he obtained his degree in law.
On March 30, 1932, he m. Miss Margaret Stewart of Frankfort. Ky.
His body was laid to rest at the IOOF Cemetery in Carrollton, Wednesday
January 3, 1934.

Carrollton, Ky. August 12-In a scuffle for a pistol in their Trimble County
home, between Donald Carrico, 16 years old, and his brother James William,
6, today, the weapon was discharged, the ball entering Donald's back.  He
was taken to Louisville hospital in a critical condition.

Services for Edward Rusk, 19, Charter Oak road, Kenton county, were to be
held saturday at the Ft. Mitchell Baptist Church with the Rev. G.B. Bush,
pastor officiating, with the Rev. T.C. Sleete.  Burial was to be in Highland
The youth was the son of J. Wayne Rush, president of the Montgomery Coal
company, Covington, and president of the Covington Chamber of Commerce.  He
graduated from Holmes High School in June.
His mother, two sisters and three brothers also survive.

Mr & Mrs. Chester Averitt entertained at their home in Hunters Bottom with a
Thanksgiving dinner, a delightful time being had by all.  Those present were
Mr. U. V. Averitt and two sons and Mrs. Alice Ratcliffe, of Hobart, In; Mr and
Mrs. Clarence Averitt and three sons of Carmel, IN; Mr and Mrs. Allie
Stafford , of Hanover, IN; Mr & Mrs. Elmer Stanley and daughter Thelma of

Miss Ruby Thompson was the Sunday guest of Miss Gladys Harmon.

Miss Mildred Thompson of Hanover College, spent the Thanksgiving holidays
with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Luther Thompson.

Mrs. Giltner Mosgrove and childred motored to Indianapolis for the weekend.

Mr. Comley Henry of Indianapolis is visiting his parents, Mr & Mrs. John

Mr & Mrs. James Williams, Mrs. Myrtle Stewart and daughters Virginia and
Wanda of Anderson, IN. were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. & Mrs. Erna Tingle.

Mr & Mrs. Winston Mason announce the birth Thursday morning May 21, of a
ten-pound son named James Ned.  Mrs. Mason was formerly Miss Ruth

Fairview:  The rain Sunday and Monday has almost made the roads impassable.

Mrs. Mattie Banks and Miss Mable Banks are just recovering from influenza.
We are very sorry to report Miss Violet Young no better at this writing
Harold Cribbons (not sure of first letter), Robert and Morris Beetem, of
Carrollton high school, spent the weekend with home folks.
the Fairview school is progressing nicely with its teacher, Richard Beetem,
but on account of bad weather  there has not been very good attendance.
Opal Frances, little daughter of Ernest Lacefield, is on the sick list
suffering from a deep cold.

Mrs. J. W. Newman and Mrs. K. M. Klinger, Elm street; Roy S. Thompson,
Covington, and Mildred and Katie Ruth Dunn, Carrollton, Ky. spent Monday in
Frankfort, Ky.

Locust- Mrs. Kate Klinger and Mrs. Scott and daughter of Covington, will
arrive Saturday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. (James Williard) Dunn.

Mr. and Mrs. charles Starkey, son and daughter-in-law will be weekend guests
with Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Dunn.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn and son Elmer returned Saturday from Indianapolis.

Mrs. Katherine Welty was taken to Louisville Wed. afternoon for an operation
which was performed about 11 o'clock this morning.  Her brother William
Wright of this city and her mother Mrs. T. O. Lacey of Louisville
accompanied her to the city.

Mary Frances, little daughter of Forest and Grace Sturgeon Brown, of this
city, passed away at 2:30 o'clock Saturday morning, January 31, 1924, after
an illness of eight days with pneumonia.  The sympathy of the entire
community is given to the stricken parents which was clearly shown by the
host of friends who attended the funeral service, held Sunday afternoon at
two o'clock by Rev. B. F. Chatham, with burial in Odd Fellow's Cemetery.

Hanlon-Adams - Orville Adams gave his friends quite a surprise Tuesday when
he and Miss Ruby Hanlon drove to Covington and were united in marriage,
going on to Pittsburg to spend a part of their honeymoon.  The bride is the
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hanlon of Prestonville, and is one of
the most attractive young girls in the county.  For several years she has
been an employee of the Poppy Shop and in this way has a wide acquaintance
with whom she is popular.
The groom is the son of Mrs. Anna Adams and was for a number of years
associated with his mother in business under the name of Anna Adams and
Sons.  He has for some time been in the government employ, serving as carrier
on Carrollton rural route one.  Mr. Adams is a capable business man and has
many friends who are wishing him and his bride the greatest happiness that
life can bring.

The home of Mr. and Mrs.Walter Seaver on Hawkins street was the scene of a
very happy gathering Tuesday, August 18 when quite a number of little girls
were royally entertained, the occasion being the seventh birthday of their
eldest daughter, Helen Eloise.
The following were present:  Bonnie Jean Pickett, Eleanor Westrick, Dorothy
Jean Adams, Thelma Hill, Elsie Stamler, Marcella Renschler, Dorothy Walters,
Dorothy Jean Griffith, Bertha Bayer, Jo Nesselrode, Edwina Westrick, Betsy
Jane Fuller, Thelma Tomlinson, Alice Caldwell, Viva Jean Wood, Jean Adams,
Connie V. Meadows, Frances Doris, Erma and Margaret Stamler, Wilma Knox,
Kathleen Hambrick, Naomi Peelman, Mary Ann Seaver, Helen Seaver.
The out of town guests were Emogene Netherland of Louisville, Martha Palmer
Graham of Ghent and Mrs. J. B. Blount of Cincinnati.