Centerville, Populated Place in Evangeline Parish, Louisiana, USA. Latitude: 30.89306 : Longitude: -92.30972 : Elevation: 53 ft.
Information of when the Settlement was settled, who the first settler was and any other information on this community.
Found this in an old Bunkie Recpord. I do hope you enjoy.
This article appeared on the front page of the Bunkie Record dated February 20, 1925.
Everybody enjoyed the rain Monday after several days of dry weather.
The general health of the community seems to be improving, though there has been a terrible epidemic of colds, and the school children have developed several cases of pinkeye lately.
Delta Guillory returned to his home here last week after seval months' absence.
Ben Miller and Floyd Whatley Cherieyville. visited at the home of Homer Whatley here list week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Whatley visited relatives here last week.
Mrs. B. Foreman and children Visited her daughter, Mrs. Hardy Causey of Chicot, last Saturday.
Miss Alta Dossmann and Mrs. Bulah Dossman visited Mrs. Leon Smith and daughter Elna Monday afternoon.
Miss Oline Guillory was the guest of Misses Sallie and Marzine Monier Sunday.
Mrs. Eleanor Bailey, Mrs. Beulah'-Dossmann and Miss. Alta Dossmann visited Mrs. Foreman and family one afternoon.
Several Centerville .people. attended the theater in Bunkie list week and enjoyed it very much.
We congratulate the city of Bunkie for its new Buildings and improvements. It is progressing by leaps and .bounds. One agent is the editor` of the “Record" who by his wonderful newspaper, containing inspiring editorials is` doing much for his Horne town.
Mr. J. D. Elliott is very sick at the present Writing.
Napoleon Smith from Palmetto visited home. Folks here last week-end.
Several people on the bayou" have been successful in-fishing lately. Large buffalos are frequently caught in traps.
Jim Johnson was on the sick list last week.
Mr. and Mrs Morris Miller have moved to Alexandria. We regret the loss of the newly wedded couple, but wish them a happy, successful life:
Mrs. B. Foreman visited Mrs Preston Smith and Mrs. Louise Guillory Monday.
St. Valentine day was celebrated at school Friday afternoon. There was a short singing program, and then followed the wonderful distribution of Cupid's messages. Wonderful talent was displayed in the designing and Making 'of the valentines. We are sure there are several young artists in our school.
Miss Julia Monier was married to Heard Andrus last Saturday February 14th. The wedding took place in Ville Platte, the bridal party returned to the home of the bride to partake of the wedding supper. Afterward the newlyweds went to the home of the groom. We wish them God's choicest blessings.
Miss Belle O’Banion, accompanied by Miss Mittie Pirkle spent the week-end with home folks near Lone Pine.
Several of the Centerville young people attended Sunday school at Lone Pine Sunday afternoon. They have a fine Sunday school and it is growing too. We wish them success. Next Sunday there will be preaching at 11 o'clock. Let's:: all go and help 'them in the Lord's work all we can.
Gus Spears left Saturday for Maude, Mississippi, to take a position as assistant postmaster there.
Mrs. David Olivier has been on: the sick list; but is improving now.
Mrs. Spears- has been sick but is better at present.