Miss Codice Vaughn is visiting relatives here this week.
Mrs. M. C. Brown was in town Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bedford and young son, were the guests of Mrs. McDonald’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alec Smith of Rickman.
The Choctaw juniors entertained their warrior school mates, the Seminole Seniors, with a banquet and peace council on Saturday night in the L. A. auditorium.
Ex governor A. H. Roberts of Nashville, was in Livingston Sunday.
Dr. J. H. Miller of Lebanon, attended the commencement excercises at Alpine Sunday.
Mrs. C. C. Taylor has been appointed to a position in the Livingston Post Office.
Drs. Howard and Taylor of Cookeville visited relatives here Sunday night.
Mrs. Waldrop is visiting her daughter, Mary, who is teaching in Moultrie, Georgia.
Mrs. Clara Crawford visited her mother Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Owens of Albany visited Mr. and Mrs. Little, Tuesday.
Mrs. Roy Vaughn of Allons was carried to Cookeville Saturday, for medical treatment.
Little Betty Nan Ray of Crossville, spent last week with Betty Jo Spurier.
Mrs. Robert Eldridge and little son, Ronald, are visiting relatives and friends in Moulton and Tuscumbia, Alabama.
Jones Hill is reported critically ill at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Page Hill.
James G. Smith of Greenville, Texas was here this week to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Forrest B. Smith.
Walter Burch and Mrs. Zilpha Gore Hurst of Moulton, Ala., attended the funeral of Mrs. Forrest B. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Gillentine of Atlanta, GA., Mrs. Joe Dawson and little son Billy Wood, of Nashville, visited their uncle K. L. French this week.
Miss Eula Davis visited her daughter Mrs. J. H. Sallee, at Smithville, Sunday.
Mrs. E. F. Copeland is reported ill.
The new drinking fountain in the courthouse, which was ordered by the last session of the County Court, has just been installed.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pointer of Algood, visited friends in Livingston, Friday.
Overton County News
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Livingston, Tennessee 38570