Tazewell Republican, Tazewell, VA

March 23, 1911

East Swords Creek.

East Swords Creek Va., March 19.

J. H. Boyd was a business visitor to Raven Friday last.

Will Robinson spent Sunday visiting friends near Raven.

Mrs. Isaac Boyd spent Sunday as the guest of Mrs J. C. Hall.

Clarence Lambert, of Coal Creek was a visitor to Slabtown Sunday.

Mrs. J. R. Robinett, who has been very sick for several days, is reported better.

Mrs. L. N. Boyd, whose illness was mentioned in last issue, is able to be out again.

Misses Ethel Dye and Rosalie Whitt, spent Sunday as the guests of Mrs. J. R. Robinett.

Mrs J. H. Boyd and two little daughters, Zelma and Roony, were guests of the former's mother here Sunday.

Mrs. A. P. Dye has been on the sick list since her arrival here from her home in Ohio several days ago.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Dye, have returned home from a two week visit to the former's mother in Bluefield, W. Va.

Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Robinson and daughter, Hazel, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ball at Raven Sunday.

Mrs. John Robinett, and daughters, Lizzie and Laura, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Polly Robinett near Big Lick.

W. E. Robinson and sister, Maude, and Miss Haston Hall, have returned home after a few days visit to Card, Buchanan County, Virginia.

Miss Laura E. Reedy, who is teaching in Raven High School spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reedy, residing near this place.