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70 Years Ago

October 17, 1936 to October 23, 1936

Funeral Services held for I.S. Richardson
The funeral of I.S. Richardson, familiarly called Bud Richardson, 80, who died at his home at Boom, on Monday, October 19 at 11 a.m., after a lingering illness, was held at Wirmingham by Elder Ras Vaughn, pastor of the Christian Church at Livingston, on Tuesday afternoon.

Mr. Richardson had been a faithful member of the Christian Church for many years and was a devout member of the Masonic Creek Lodge as Master.

He was a farmer and was twice married. His last wife, whose maiden name was Maraiah Dennis died in the year 1907. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Hallie Holbert of Crossville, Mrs. Ida Young, Mrs. Laner Smith, Mrs. Cora Smith, and Mrs. Martha Turner of Wirmingham; and two sons, McKinley Richardson, who is serving the U.S. Navy having enlisted sixteen years ago, and Hobart Richardson of Wirmingham.

Raymond Deck and Walter Smith left Wednesday for their home in Long Beach, Calif., after several days visit with friends and relatives here.

Miss Lois Harper, of the Upper Cumberland Health District, is attending the American Medical Association in New Orleans, La., this week.

Mr. and Mrs. N.S. Stephens and son, Charles Cary, have returned to Nashville, after spending the week-end with relatives in Livingston.

Mr. and Mrs. Casto Taylor visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Dennis at Eagle Creek over the week-end.

Luther Dickerson and Mrs. E. Myer who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Dickerson, returned to their home in Detroit, Thursday.

 

Pickett County News Events
Pickett County school and 4-H Club Rally will be held at Byrdstown October 16-17.

The elementary school children of Pickett County are looking forward to a big day Friday. There will be cash prizes awarded to the winners of the scholastic and athletic activities. A cash prize of $5.00 will be awarded in the school having the best school exhibits.

Saturday the 4-H Club boys and girls are going to demonstrate the excellent products which they have produced this year. Cash prizes will be awarded to the members having the best products.

The present docket of Circuit Court is larger than before. Large crowds have been attending court this week.

The presiding officers are Judge Holladay and State Attorney, John Mitchell of Cookeville. Visiting attorneys are: Z.Q. McDonald and Douglas White of Livingston, J.B. Reagan and Will Garrett of Jamestown, and Haskel Prichard of Albany.

Christian Endeavor was organized at Midway Christian Church Sunday night, October 10.

The young people of this community seem very much interested in the new organization. A large crowd met Sunday night and elected the following officers:

President, Miss Opal Parris; Vice-President, Tasso Logan; Secretary/Treasurer, Comer Franklin; Program Committee, Mrs. Clara Story, Chairman, Miss Bonnie Parris and Howard Smith.

 

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