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Archives 03-26-2008

70 Years Ago

February 26, 1938 to March 4, 1938

• E.B. Gray is reported ill.

• Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Carr visited Alpine Saturday night.

• Elane, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Little of Howard’s Chapel has recovered from measles.

• Mrs. R.J. Long is ill with measles.

• Mrs. C.C. Gore was in Celina Monday.

• Mr. and Mrs. Houston West are the proud parents of a baby boy.

• Miss Lonelle Paschall was in Nashville Saturday.

• Carver Webb is ill at his home with measles.

• Mrs. Raymond Burchett of Celina is ill with measles at Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Burgett’s in East Livingston.

• Rev. and Mrs. R.B. White of Shelbyville, KY, were in Livingston Wednesday.

• Mrs. Raymond Burchett of Celina visited Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Burchett over the weekend.

• Virgil Taylor of Lone Maple community, who has been reported ill, is some better.

• Mrs. Luther Qualls is reported ill at her home in East Livingston.

• Mr. and Mrs. Turney Benson returned home Thursday after several days visit with their son, Dillis Benson and Mrs. Benson.

• Lucian Clark of Sulphur visited his father here last week.

• Mrs. Delcie Hockathorne, who has been in community hospital at Glascow, KY, has returned to her father’s at Oakley, much improved.

• Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ledbetter are proud parents of a new baby boy.

• Mrs. Emma Shirley and Mrs. Nettie Davis of Cookeville, were dinner guests of Mrs. A.L. Neely Thursday.

• Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Howard, on Tuesday, March 1, a girl, named Mary Judith.

• H.A. Smith was in Cookeville Wednesday

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