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Archives 04-29-2009

70 Years Ago
~ Local Happenings ~

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Reeser of Cookeville visited his father here last Saturday.

Mrs. Clarice Smith and Mrs. Robert Mitchell were in Nashville Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Bedford Holman are the proud parents of a baby boy.

Charles and Jessie Webb of Windle spent Saturday night with their brother,
Carver Webb and Mrs. Webb in East Livingston.

R.Long has gone to St. Louis, Mo. on business.

Horace Moredock has completed his building on the Celina Road.

Mr. and Mrs. Carver Webb spent Monday night with Mr. Webb’s parents near Windle.

Mrs. Ray Walker has returned to her home at Clarksville after spending several weeks with Mrs. R. J. Long.

Claude Webb of Windle visited relatives in Livingston Sunday.

John Little continues ill at his home in East Livingston.

Petty-Copeland
Herman Petty of Carthage and Miss Elizabeth Copeland were married May 13th at Livingston by the Esq. Artie Hodges. They immediately left for their home at Carthage.

McCowan-Murphy
The marriage of Arby Murphy to Miss Rosie McCowan occurred on Sunday, May 8th, at the home of the brides father, Bill McCowan, with the Rev. Willie McCowan officiating.

Eastern Star Installation
An installation was held for the Eastern Star, May 17.

A public installation for the newly elected officers of the Rainbow Assembly will be held at the Lodge Hall May 24 at 7:30. A sermon will be preached for the Rainbow Girls by Brother Westenberger, Sunday night, May 22 at 7:30; Everyone is cordially invited to both services.

Pastors Feted
Mrs. T. B. Huddleston delightfully entertained at her lovely home on last Thursday evening with a six o’clock dinner. A delicious three course menu was served by Misses Elizabeth Huddleston, Lois Qualls and Robbie Lee Goolsby, after which an enjoyable evening was reported.

The following guests were present:

Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Geiger, and children and Miss Edith Russell of Cumberland Bible Institute; Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Vaughn and Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Westenberger. The Rev. and Mrs. Blankenship having been out of town were the only absent ones.

~ Country Correspondence ~
Allred

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Poston moved into their new home recently.

Mrs. Gerstle Smith and children, Dorothy and Billy Hugh, spent part of last week with her father, Andy Conatser of Alpine.

Mrs. Walter Smith visited her sister, Mrs. J. O. Poston one day last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stout and daughter, Anna, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stout of
Battle Creek, Michigan, are visiting with relatives and friends here.

Miss Christine Looper of the Rushing Springs community returned home Sunday after a week’s visit with her sister, Mrs. Minnis Neeley.

Miss Bernice Smith spent Sunday night with Miss Brookie Smith.

Mrs. Doc Looper and children of near Monterey, have been visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Neely and other relatives here.

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Madewell of Livingston, visited her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Smith recently.

 

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ton, Tennessee 38570
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