February 20, 1938 to February 26, 1938
~ Monroe News ~
• Billie Max, the small son of Mr. and Mrs. Elisher Robbins, who was seriously injured when he fell into a disk barrow driven by his father, is improving rapidly.
• Mrs. Joe Williams is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Carmack.
• Mrs. Gertie Ferrell spent the week-end with her granddaughter, Mrs. Gar Allred.
• John Sweat Stanley and Kenneth Carmack were Livingston Saturday.
• Loys Bybee who has been suffering with an infected leg is much improved.
• Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Sevier attended the decoration at the White Cemetery Sunday and were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stover.
• Sunday school is progressing nicely at Smith’s Chapel.
• Andy Bowers attended the decoration at Monroe Sunday.
~ Twinton News ~
• Mrs. Carrie Ledbetter and Mrs. Carrie Ledford spent Friday in Livingston.
• Miss Marie Moss is visiting relatives in Chattanooga.
• Mrs. Shelia Crockett, of Wilder, spent Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Alvin Harris.
• Mrs. Frank Baltimore and children are visiting relatives here.
• The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wilson swallowed lye Monday. Injuries are not serious.
• Mrs. Boyd Bailey is improving from a long illness.
• The Sewing Project here was recenly cut off.
• Misses Lola Johnson and Mary Barnes are visiting friends in Pikesville.
• Miss Ruby Dennis was the week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Dennis.
• Mrs. B.S. Gunter and family attended the decoration at Monterey Sunday.
• Miss Anne Rhea Gunter and Miss Marian Hicks spent last Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Madewell of Wilder.
• Mrs. Otis Gunter and family were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Pearl Gunter.
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Overton County News
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P.O. Box 479
Livingston, Tennessee 38570