• Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCormick of Madison are moving to Livingston.
• Mrs. Lloyd Speck and daughter, Maxine of Rickman visited her mother, Mrs. Rachel Owens Saturday.
• Mr. and Mrs. Jim Little of Howard’s Chapel visited Mrs. Little’s father, George Lee at Camp Ground Saturday.
• J.H. Myers was in Nashville last Wednesday.
• Miss Elizabeth Eastland of T.P.I. spent Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eastland.
• Miss Veo Smith spent Easter with relatives in Wirmingham.
• Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Little were in Algood Wednesday and Thursday.
• Miss Malice Ward of T.P.I. spent Easter at home.
• Miss Ethel Vann and Lamar Shores of Birmingham, Ala., were married in Akron, Ohio, on March 26.
They will make their home in Akron, where Mr. Shores is employed.
Mrs. Shores will be remembered at Miss Ethel Vann and had many friends in Livingston, who wish them a long and happy life.
*Monroe, R.2, News
• Farmers are sowing more grass seed than I have ever seen and talking black cattle, grass, and hogs. This means a better country and better times. Peaches are killed in this section. A few apples are left. Wheat, rye, and oats bid fair for a prolific crop.
• A fine Sunday school is held at Smith Chapel. Amos Carmack is superintendent. Good singing and preaching Sunday at 2 p.m.
• Gardening is the go just now. I hear of a few who have been gardening by flashlights.
• Well Easter has come and gone. It was a pretty good Easter. I love to be here when Mother Earth is unfolding her power and beauties. Birds and flowers seemingly are rejoicing over the victory ordained by He who said “I am God and beside me those is none other”.
*Hanging Limb News
• Miss Otha Hite spent Sunday night with Miss Pauline Key.
• Mr. and Mrs. George Vaughn spent Sunday with Mrs. Martha Phillips.
• Mr. and Mrs. Flim Jones are the proud parents of a baby boy, who has been named Paul Dee. They recently moved here from Crossville.