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70 Years Ago

~ Allred News ~
• Harris Copelands have moved from Livingston to the Bale Hargis farm here.

• Miss Ida Boswell has been ill with bronchial pneumonia, but is able to be in school again.

• Etchelene Ledford of Twinton, spent part of last week with relatives here.

• Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ledbetter were in Livingston on business one day last week.

• Mrs. Jack Clabourne, of Twinton, visited her mother, Mrs. Ina Boswell, recently.

• The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Boswell has been seriously ill, but is some better.

• Mr. and Mrs. Omer Hargis and children, Mekel and Larry Gene, have been visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed Ledbetter and Mr. Ledbetter.

• George Allred left Saturday, March 6 for Battle Creek, Mich., where he will visit relatives.

• Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Cantrell and little daughter spent Sunday night with Miss R.E. Hargis.

• Morris Smith attended the basketball tournament finals in Livingston, Saturday night, March 5.

• Mr. and Mrs. Cortez Linder and children visited Mrs. Linder’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith Sunday.

~ Okolona News ~
• Mr. and Mrs. Ortho Qualls were in Nashville Monday. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson of Union Hill.

• Roscoe Bilbrey of Dayton, Ohio, is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ridley Bilbrey.

• Miss Jewel Garrett and Jefferson Hargis visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morgan of Windletown Saturday evening.

• Odell and Edgar Garrett of Jamestown spent the week-end with home folks.

• Mrs. Frank Morgan and little nephew, James were in Crawford Saturday evening.

 

 

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