This information was donated to the site by Tamara Kincaide, Susie Rose, Judy Featherstone, Holly Vonderohe & Janice Beazer.
Aug 21, 1931
21 Aug 1931, p. 1, c. 6
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sabel had as their guests, Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long and son, Frank, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. V. Franz and sister of Tell City.
We have received a postal card from our old friend, Hon. Thomas W. Lindsey, former local attorney, now a resident of Evansville, who is vacationing in the mountains of Colorado, and he is having one glorious time. He says they are all "dry" out that way.
Miss Olive O'Neil, who has been spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O'Neil, will leave the last of August for Oakdale, La., to resume her teaching of music in the public schools. She has a fine position and is immensely popular there.
Jack Rudolph has returned after a visit with his grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Cox at Portersville.
Miss Ruby Martin, student nurse at the Walker hospital in Evansville, spent a few days last week here the guest of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Martin.
Steve Davis, 80, retired farmer of Tennyson, was struck by an automobile Thursday afternoon at the corner of Third and Main streets here. Mr. Davis stepped from behind a parked car and was struck by an oncoming car. His injuries consisting of severe bruises and a broken collar bone, are not thought to be serious.
21 Aug 1931, p. 3. c. 3 - Boonville Standard
STEPHEN DAVIS SUCCUMBS. Stephen Davis, 88, a well-known resident of
Warrick County, for more than fifty years, died Friday night at the home
of a son, Horace Davis, at Tennyson. Death was due to injuries received
when he was struck by a motor truck at the corner of Third and Main
streets in this city Thursday afternoon. The truck was driven by Theo.
Fisher of St. Meinrad. He leaves one daughter, Mrs. Ethel Christian
(Christen) of St. Louis and four sons, Charles E. and Oliver I. of
Louisville, Horace of Tennyson and Earl of Beaumont, Texas. His wife, a
daughter, Mrs. Nettie Reed, and a son, Chandler, preceded him in death.
Mr. Davis was born in Spencer county but spent the greater part of his
life in this county. He lived in Boonville for a number of years and
conducted a grocery store. Funeral services were held at 1:30 o'clock
Sunday afternoon at the Horace Davis home followed by burial in Maple
Grove cemetery, Boonville. The body was laid to rest in a casket made by
his own hands several years ago shortly after the death of his wife. It
was of solid mahogany and was a beautiful work of art, being complete
with the exception of the linings and handles that were added after his
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