March 28, 1903 issue of the Floyd Press
Contributed by Jack Spangler

Mr. F.B. Potter and family and Mrs. Julia Potter left for Oklahoma Territory last week. We wish them much success in their new homeland.

Mrs. Minerva Barnard of Mayberry is at home again.

Mr. Ben Alderman had a singing last Friday night at his house, which was very much enjoyed by all present.

Two of our neighbor boys has got a habit of going to mill on Sunday, but fail to take their grain.

Misses Rachel Hylton, May Hylton and Almedia Terry, Messrs. Adam Slusher, Ellis Harman and Sam Knowles were guests of Mr. Owen Harman Saturday night.

Miss Almedia Terry's school closed at Union Friday. They reported a nice time.

Miss Julina Dickerson's school  at Alderman closed Friday evening. We had a fine little exercise and fine music. An old gentleman in his address to the school said it was the nicest breaking that he was ever at.