Winfield Courier, September 7, 1876.
There was a listing of teachers which included Mrs. Sarah Hollingsworth to teach at Polo.
Arkansas City Traveler, May 9, 1877.
The following parties received certificates at the examination held in Winfield on the fourth and fifth instant.
First Grade: Miss Lena Bartlett, Miss M. E. Saint, Winfield; Mr. W. E. Ketcham, Maple City.
Second Grade: Anna O. Wright, Carrie Dixon, Georgia Christian, Stella Burnett, Arkansas City; Sarah Hollingsworth, Polo.
ANOTHER TEACHERS' DIRECTORY APPEARED IN JANUARY 17, 1878, ISSUE OF WINFIELD COURIER... 74. Polo - Miss S. Hollingsworth.
[SCHOOL TEACHERS’ DIRECTORY.]
Winfield Courier, January 30, 1879.
Connected with Polo. Mrs. Sarah Hollingsworth: 74
Cowley County Courant, May 25, 1882.
W. O. Baxter, M. L. Hollingsworth, W. L. White, G. M. Turner, F. G. Szirkousky, Mr. Thompson, J. M. Harcourt, John Holmes, Mr. Bailey, and Sam Strong are among the most successful farmers of that township.
Arkansas City Traveler, Wednesday, September 15, 1886.
From Our Exchanges.
COFFEYVILLE JOURNAL: The dwelling of Mr. A. H. Hollingsworth, in the northeast part of this city, was struck by lightning on Friday evening. The fluid ran down the chimney and tore off the facings of a door and window. Mrs. Hollingsworth was slightly stunned by the shock.