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C. F. Lemmon & Son, Upholstery
Jones Sign Shop  (foreground)
Contributed by Bob Gordon

The  Shelbyville  Republican
April 14, 1926
Page 1
League of White Water Presbytery to Be
Formed at Meeting at Rushville.
          The Young People's League of the White Water Presbytery will be organized at a meeting of the young people of the churches in the Presbytery, to held Friday evening and Saturday, April 16 and 17, at Rushville.  Several of the young people of the local Presbyterian church will be present at the Rushville meeting, and will have part in the program.
          It is explained that the purpose of the organization is to provide an opportunity for fellowship among the young people of the same age from many churches; to develop initiative and leadership; to become familiar with the program of the Presbyterian church, and to undertake special enterprises in behalf of the young people of the church.
          Friday evening a banquet for the visiting young people will be served in the Rushville church.  The visiting delegates are to be entertained in the homes of Rushville people.  Graham Lemmon  and  Ralph Briggs,  both of the local church, will attend the meeting, and will have a part in the program which has been arranged for Saturday.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Friday July 2, 1909
Page 2   Column 2
          Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lemmon, who were united in marriage at Covington, Kentucky, and who have been spending a few days in that city with relatives, arrived home Thursday night.
Contributed by Barb Huff

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