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Crowley Ridge Institute HS Grads 1906

From the Forrest City Times Newspaper:Announcement of Graduates
1906 ALDRIDGE EULA MISS-She was married on July 25,1907, to Mr.Earle T.Eager:MARRIAGE - ALDRIDGE - EULA - L. - MISS - - - NA - FCTIMES - EAGER-ALDRIDGE=Mr.E.T.Eager and Miss Eula L.Aldridge were happily married by Rev.B.L.Wilford at the home of the bride's parents Mr.& Mrs.W.H.Aldridge yesterday evening, Mr.& Mrs.T.C.Hester of Paragould came down for the wedding, he is the brother of Mrs.Aldridge. -Birth: May 28, 1888 Death: Apr. 26, 1910 Buried Mt.Vernon Cemetery Mrs.E.T.Eager Died Wednesday-After short illness at the home of her parents Mr.& Mrs.W.H.Aldridge-Laid to Rest Thursday at Mt.Vernon Cemetery-In the beautiful spring time of a noble unselfish life, another one of Forrest City's fairest daughters has answered the last dread summons and passed over the dark river on whose further bank eternity lies; another angel has been added to the heavenly hosts above, while another household here on earth is desolated and forlorn; another baby girl weeps and will not be comforted, as she loses a loving mother's fond caresss and tender care; a heartbroken husband mourns for the loving wife who has gone before to that bourne whence no traveler ever returns; and scores of friends who had known her through her happy girlhood days-who have watched her as she grew into womanhood. Mrs.Eula Aldridge Eager after an illness of only about five weeks duration died Wednesday morning, Apr.26.1910 at the home of her parents, Mr.& Mrs.W.H.Aldridge, in this city. Deceased was born May 29,1888, and had she lived little over a month longer would have been twenty two years of age. She was married on July 25,1907, to Mr.Earle T.Eager, to whom union one child, a baby girl, now in her second year, was born. Deceased was a devoted Christian woman, having been, since early childhood, a faithful member of the Christian church. She had been ill for five weeks, and at her parents for two weeks. Mrs.Eager was the third daughter of Mr.& Mrs.W.H.Aldridge. Besides her husband, a two year old daughter, she leaves her parents, four sisters:Mrs.T.A.Carrick, of Parahould, Mrs.Jno.I.Jones, and Misses Lottie and Edna Aldridge, of this city, to mourn her loss. The funeral took place from family residence Thursday morning, Rev.B.L.Wilford, of the Methodist church officiating, Interrment at the Mt.Vernon cemetery. Forrest City Times Newspaper Apr.22,1910.
1906 GATLING ELIZABETH MIss-Salutatorian-Birth: Mar. 2, 1889 Death: Jan. 13, 1989 Buried City Cemetery-06/27/13 Bridgeforth-Gatling: Cards were received last week by their friends announcing the approaching marriage of Miss Elizabeth Gilliam Gatling to Mr.Lindsey Bridgeforth, June 28th,1913, at the Church of the Good Shepherd. Miss Elizabeth is the daughter of Judge and Mrs.John Gatling of this city, and the groom is the elder son of Mr. and Mrs.J.O.Bridgeforth, prominent planter and capitalist. Dr.Charles H.Lockwood, dean of Helena, presiding over the ceremonies.
1906 HALL EULA MISS of Wheatley-HALL EULA MISS NA FCTIMES WASHBURN-HALL=Mrs.C.S.Aldrich, who spent Monday with friends in Wheatley, brought news of the marriage of Miss Eula Hall to Mr.Washburn of Searcy. She is daughter of Mr.& Mrs.J.B.Hall, the wedding took place at the Methodist church, Rev.W.C.Davidson of Pine Bluff presiding. 10-28-1910
1906 JONES EMMA MISS-nothing else found for her!
1906 LAUGHINGHOUSE FENNER-Birth: 1888 Death: 1955 Buried Forrest Park CemeteryBIO - TREASURER 1904-1908. CIRCUIT CLERK 1892-1894-ST.FRANCIS COUNTY-When Forrest City, rising on the gentle west slope of Crowley's Ridge, was only a country town of about 1500 souls and only a few buildings were built of brick, Richard J.Izard, a hardy pioneer of foresight, opened the local insurance agency which still proudly bears his name. It was in 1893, now some seventy-one years later, the R.J.Izard Insurance Agency is now operated by Mrs.Zell R.Izard and Fenner Laughinghouse in the Old Planters Bank Building on East Broadway. Mrs.Laughinghouse who is equally active in the insurance agency, was born and reared in Forrest City. She is the former Bess Stevens and have two fine children, Albert of the National Bank of Eastern Arkansas, and Janie, wife of attorney Richard McCulloch Jr.. The Laughinghouse's are members of the First Methodist church. ]1954 History of St.Francis County] Family links: Parents: J. Fenner Laughinghouse (1846 - 1919) Children: Albert Fenner Laughinghouse (1914 - 1984)* Spouse: Bess Stevens Laughinghouse (1889 - 1974)
1906 ROLLWAGE MADELINE MISS-Valedictorian-Birth: Feb. 4, 1889 Death: Dec. 31, 1982 Buried Forrest Park CemeteryFamily links: Parents: Louis F. Rollwage (1851 - 1905) Elizabeth McDaniel Rollwage (1855 - 1927) Spouse: John Henry Schlosser (1884 - 1955)- MARRIAGE ROLLWAGE MADELINE MISS NA FCTIMES SCHLOSSER-ROLLWAGE=Mr.John Schlosser and Miss Madeline Rollwage will be married, Rev.Geo.H.Kirker presiding. The bride is the next to youngest daughter of Mr.& Mrs.Otto B. Rollwage of this city. Mr.Schlosser is a native of Wisconsin, having moved here to work at the Forrest City Manufacturning Co. 5-10-1912
FCTIMES The graduation for the Crowley's Ridge Institute graduates:Prof.T.C.Nall in charge. 5-18-1906-GRADUATES OF CROWLEY'S RIDGE INSTITUTE

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