The Southwest Times
“serving Southwest Virginia since 1906”
Friday, April 20, 1928
F. A. Seagle was called to Marion today in connection with the undertaking department of Seagle Bros.
Howard C. Gilmer left yesterday evening for New York on a profesional trip, expecting to be away for several days.
A communications from Commonwealth’s Attorney F.W. Morton, who has been under treatment of a specialist in Richmond, advises that it has been necessary for him to return to the hospital. He had expected to return to Pulaski the first of the week, but in view of the change in his condition he is unable to do so.
Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Izard, who were injured in an automobile wreck in Drapers Valley last week when their car overturned against a telephone pole, and Miss Bertha Vogi, who was struck by an automobile while walking along the road in Newbern, are all reported to be getting along very satisfactorily, their conditions showing improvement.