MARCH 5, 1938 TO MARCH 11, 1938
• Mr. and Mrs. Claude Nelson, of Crossville, visited Mrs. Nelson’s mother, Mrs. W.T. Spurrier, who is in the Lady Ann Hospital.
• Attorney and Mrs. J.A. Oakley were in Nashville Friday.
• Homer Smith spent the week-end with home folks.
• Mrs. M.G. Brown visited her daughter, Mrs. Mike Brown, Saturday.
• Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Averitt visted Mrs. Averitt’s father, at Bethlehem Sunday.
• Mr. Jess Mitchell and family are visiting friends in Chattanooga.
• Miss Mildred Nims, of Murfreesboro, spent the week-end with Mildred Swallows.
• Lillian Poston, of Cookeville, is visiting Mabel Ledbetter.
• Mrs. Etta Howard attended church and the homecoming at Fellowship Sunday.
• Charles F. Langford, attorney spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Langford on Roaring River.
• Mrs. Joe Masters and sons, Glenn Doyle and Ralph, have returned from a visit with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. E.C. Edens, of near Keltonsburg.
• Mrs. Austin Masters, of near Allons, is ill.
• Cloyd Arney has gone to Akron, Ohio.
Monterey girl suffers from hiccups
Miss Laura Belle Tosh, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Tosh, of Monterey, has been hiccupping since Friday afternoon.
The girl hiccupps on an average of thirty-five times a minute. With her malady, she suffers headache, and is growing weak from the constant strain. She is being observed by Dr. T.M. Crain and Dr. O.H. Moyer, and has rest from the hiccups only when under a ‘opiate’.
On Monday afternoon she hiccupped so hard that the jerking threw her from her cot.
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Overton County News
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P.O. Box 479
Livingston, Tennessee 38570