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Archives 10-18-2006

70 Years Ago

October 9, 1936 to October 15, 1936

Birthday dinner held for Ace Brown

On Wednesday, October 7th, forty-one persons met and enjoyed a delightful birthday dinner at the home of Ace Brown, in honor of his 83rd birthday.

The dinner was sponsored by Mr. Brown's son, Randolf, who is in the CCC Camp.

Many neighbors and friends gathered in and enjoyed the bountiful dinner and happy association together.

A short service was conducted by Elder Willie Hunter who is conducting a revival at Holly Springs after which the crowd departed wishing Mr. Brown many more delightful days as this one.

Mrs. Joe Little, of Monroe, is with her sister, Mrs. Walter Almonrode, who is very sick.

Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Carrington, of Cookeville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bowman Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Copeland have moved to the Perry Windle property in East Livingston.

Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Mofield and Mrs. Jas. Howard were in Nashville Tuesday and Wednesday.

Dr. Myrtle Smith is attending the conference of Christian Churches at Kansas City, Kansas.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, of Monroe, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Brown Sunday.

Miss Blanche Hinds, of the Homestead, Crossville, spent the week-end with her mother here

Mrs. Robert Nunally attended the state WPA meeting of women workers at Memphis last week.

Rev. S.D. Organ left Wednesday for Shelbyville, where he will attend the annual conference.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Allison of Newberry, visisted Dr. and Mrs. W.M. Brown first of the week.

Oren Zachery has part of his dry goods auctioned off Saturday. Roy Ledbetter was the auctioneer.

Jonas Snodgrass, Mrs. Billy Howard, and daughter, Joyce, of Crossville, were in Livingston Friday.

Dr. W.M. Brown has taken over the Sarah Preston Home and will begin remodeling for a city hospital.

G.C. Peek, H.M. Judd, of Cookeville, and Clay Bowles were in Crossville on legal business Tuesday.

Knoxie Pemberton has accepted a position with Wholesome Bread Co., and will go to Crossville soon.

John Little, who has been in Nashville for the past month for medical treatment, came home Saturday.

 

150 cases on docket of Criminal Court for Monday

One hundred and fifty-six cases are on the docket for trial at the regular October term of the Overton County Criminal Court, which meets Monday, October 19.

The docket is composed of sixty-nine misdemeanor cases, eighteen felony cases, and seventy bound over cases. F.T. Williams said that at least two weeks would be required to try all the cases on the docket.

Judge Harry Camp of Sparta, will serve on the bench, with John A. Mitchell, attorney-general; Baxter Key, assistant attorney-general, and Frank T. Williams, clerk.

 

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