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~ Three Forks News ~
• Benton Hargis was at Three Forks one day last week.

• Miss Katherine Qualls visited Miss Alice Bowman Friday.

• Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Brown were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Rittenberry.

• Paul Speck of Rushing Springs is spending a few weeks with Ralph Bowman at Three Forks.

• There will be church at Three Forks next Sunday. Everybody is invited to come.

• Mrs. Louis Hargis is spending time this week with her daughter, Mrs. John Brown.

• Mrs. Noble Brown has returned home after a visit with her brother, Elbert Looper of Cliff Springs.

~ Livingston News ~
• Mrs. Avo Waddle of Waynesburg, Ky., has been visiting her sister, Mrs. S.V. Bowden of Livingston for a few days.

• Mr. and Mrs. Lige Garrett of Rickman, visited I.T. Qualls and family one day last week.

• Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neely were the Sunday evening visitors of D.T. Carr and family last Sunday.

• Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Sullivan and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith of Celina last Sunday.

• Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Qualls visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Qualls last Sunday night.

• D.T. Carr and family visited Misses Belle and Bessie Nolen one day last week.

• Mrs. Lula Smith of Celina is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Shirley Sullivan and family.

• Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Qualls and little daughter, Reba, visited D.T. Carr and family last Sunday evening.

• Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Bilbrey and Robert Lee visited Mrs. J.P. Bilbrey last Sunday.

• Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carlock of Byrdstown attended Sunday school at Ruth Chapel Sunday.

 

 

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