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Archives 07-23-2008

70 Years Ago

~ Livingston News ~
• Calvin Hunter, who underwent an operation in Nashville hospital, is said to be doing just fine.

• Miss Lonie Swift of Alllons, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Buster McCalpin, has returned home.

• The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wolfe, of Ruth Chapel, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Zina Savage.

• Billy Matthews, of Windle, visited Oather Savage Saturday night and Sunday.

• Mr. and Pollis Fleming and children of Allons visited Mr. and Mrs. Buster McCalpin Sunday afternoon.

• Elmo Carmack is ill with measles.


~ Ruth Chapel News ~

• Judge L.D. Bohannon has been confined to his home in West Livingston this week following a very sever chill Sunday night. He is improving.

• County Assessor Louis Bilbrey has bought and moved into the Curtis Franklin property in West Livingston and Mr. Franklin has purchased and moved to the Sherman Robbins farm 1.5 miles south-east of Livingston.

• Carlis Garrett of Livingston is expected to lead the music class in the new 1937 Vaughn books at Ruth Chapel next Sunday. All come.

• William Boles of Hilham is visiting his son-in-law, Booz Nivens and family here.

• Curtis Franklin has bought two good draft mares to use on his farm.

• Mrs. John Neely has been confined to her home time with a severe cold.

• Winfred Fleming is arranging to move to his father’s farm south of Oak Hill soon.

• Mrs. Houston West, living near the Livingston water fountain is very ill.

• Mrs. Andrew Cook of Celina has been on visit to her brother-in-law, Louis Bilbrey and family this week.

• Recent rains are causing much delay in gardening and farm plowing.

 

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