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Archives 05-31-2006

70 Years Ago

MAY 23, 1936 TO MAY 29, 1936

Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Reagan of St. Cloud, Fla., were called here, Monday to the bedside of George Reagan of Monroe.

Mrs. J.W. Arnold is reported real sick. Her daughter, Mrs. Willie Rowe of Granite, Okla., is expected to arrive today.

Stanley Dillon caught a Texas horned toad frog at the Keeton pond last week. If any one has lost a Texas frog see him.

Mesdames C.C. Taylor, Benton Young, and D.W. Phillips attended the musical program at Cookeville Tuesday night.

Mrs. Jim Thompson and daughter, Thelma of Mirandy, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dickerson.

Dr. Myrtle Smith accompanied Mrs. Bedford Berry of Oakley to Nashville, Tuesday where she will undergo an operation.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spurrin and daughter, Betty Jo, spent the week-end in Johnson City, with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spurrin.

T.M. Oakley and others attended the Democratic State Convention and heard senator McKellar speak in Nashville last week.

Mesdames Ike Savage and D.W. Phillips were in Cookeville Saturday night as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mayberry.

Mr. and Mrs. Worth Crawley and son, Jimmie of Nashville, spent the week-end with Mrs. Crawley's mother, Mrs. W.R. Officer.

Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Huddleston, and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Zachry and family attended the rodeo at Mayland last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith and mother, Mrs. Mildred Smith of Tullahoma, attended the decoration services at Midway Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Rich Copeland and daughters, Reva and Shirlie Marie and Mrs. Dora Copeland visited relatives at Chanute Sunday.

Miss Dale Eller of Indianapolis, Ind., was here last week-end for the commencement and looking over business interest of the school.

Funeral services held for John Goolsby
Funeral services for John Goolsby, 70, who was employed at night watching for the Tennessee Handle Co., here for many years, who died at his home in West Livingston, on Monday, May 25, at 5 p.m. of paralysis, were conducted on Wednesday, by the Rev. Henry C. Gelger, pastor of the First Baptist Church with burial in the Cash Cemetery.

He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Martha Frassier, of Charleston, SC, Mrs. Fannie Ledbetter, and Miss Fairy Goolsby.

 

 

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