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Archives 04-08-2009

70 Years Ago

Local Happenings
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Mitchell of Cove Creek, spent the week-end here.

Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stockton of Detroit, are visiting relatives in Livingston.

Virginia Scissom of Harriman, visited the week-end with Janie Stonecipher.
R. J. Long and Pete Howard are in Birmingham on business.

Mr. H. E. Smith of Wirmingham, visited T.M. Oakley Friday.

Miss Gladys Gunter who has been visiting in Detroit has returned to her home at Ivyton.

Mrs. Percey Hill and son of Detroit, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hill.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Windham have moved to Ernest Looper’s house.

The little daughter of Elmo Ledbetter is in Lady Ann hospital critically ill.

Mrs. William Winningham is ill with measles.

R. J. Sanford of Russellville, Ky., passed through Livingston Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eubanks announces the birth of a daughter, April 26, at Lady Ann hospital.

Miss Melba Wheat returned to her home Monday after an operation at Lady Ann hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. Milsap of Daisy, Tennessee, were here for baccalaureate service. Mrs. Milsap was formerly Miss Myra Sue Bryant.

Bob and Mack McGee of Cookeville are with their brother, Frank McGee, who is ill.

Mrs. C. H. Reagan and daughters, Miss Georgia Reagan and Mrs. Charlie Spurrier and daughter, Betty Jo were in Cookeville Thursday.

Tom Julian was in Crossville Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Stephens and sons were in Old Hickory and Nashville last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bullock of Madison are visiting relatives here.

Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hood of Algood visited Mrs. Hood’s grandfather, Center Brown, near Alpine Sunday.

Benton Barnes, W. S. Barnes and a Mr. Green of Georgia are visiting relatives and friends at Fredonia.

Little Ann Masters is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Lillard Stephens.

Church of Christ
Bible classes meet at 10, preaching at 11. Evening services 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30.

Methodist Church
Church school at 10 a.m. Morning worship at 11 a.m. Sermon by pastor and special music Subject “Truly Honoring Mother.”

Evening worship at 7:30 p.m. Subject “Entering the Beautiful Gate.”

Epworth league at 6:30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wedenesday, at 7:15 p.m.

Vacation church school begins Monday at 8:30 a.m.

Training school for Christian’s workers begins Monday at 7:30 p.m.

Aldergale revival begins Sunday, May 22nd at the M. E. Church.

If you are not worshiping elsewhere we welcome you to join us in worship and fellowship. Ours is a friendly church, evangelistic in passion.

While we do not stress our denominational differences and doctrines, we believe in the Bilble plan of salvation and conduct.

Come and worship with us.

Baptist church
A cordial welcome awaits you at the Baptist Church. We are endeavoring to fulfill the commission of the Lord Jesus Christ, to preach the gospel and to teach all things whatsoever He has commanded us.
We preach Christ crucified risen ascended and coming again.

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ton, Tennessee 38570
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