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Archives 07-22-2009

70 Years Ago
~ Livingston R-3 News ~

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neely were the Sunday evening visitors of D. T. Carr and family last Sunday.

Shirley Sullivan and family attended the decoration at Shiloh last Sunday.

Mrs. Haley Neely visited Mrs. W. T. Lee one day last week.

Rev. Ramsey will preach at Ruth’s Chapel next Sunday.

Miss Nola Ledbetter visited her uncle, Albert Qualls and family one day last week.

Benate Smith and family of Ruth’s Chapel attended the decoration at Shiloh last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Qualls visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ledbetter last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Key of Livingston visited Isaac Qualls one night last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Pascal Curtis are the proud parents of a baby girl.

Hubert Brown visited Willie Sullivan last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carlock of Byrdstown visited home folks Sunday.

~ Alpine News ~
A two weeks Bible school started here Monday with good attendance.

Rev. and B. M. Taylor have returned from their vacation in Pennsylvania.

Miss Lorelle Paschal had a meeting of the 4-H club for the young ladies in the grammar school building last Monday morning and in the high school building that afternoon for the ladies society.

Rev. and Mrs. E. Graham Wilson made a short visit here recently and conducted services Sunday night.

Everyone is cordially invited to the children’s day program next Sunday.
Mrs. Etta Robbins of Berea, Ky., is here visiting her mother, Mrs. Delia Mullins.

Hyle Robbins of U. T. is home for the summer with his parents.

Will MacDonald who has been ill is reported some better.

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Deck of Livingston visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mullins Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Mayford Allred, Ned and Erie Austin of Battle Creek, Mich., are visiting friends and relatives here.

Eric and Rex Copeland are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Copeland.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDonald attended the services here Sunday night.

Miss Violet Carter and Willis Smith were married Sunday.

James Edward, the small son of Johnny Ferguson has been ill.

J. F. Brown has been reported ill.

Misses Lillian Wisner and Veo Smith have returned to Michigan after visiting friends and relatives here.

Mr. and Mrs. Otley Smith announce the birth of a daughter named Elizabeth Nell.

Mrs. Luther Crawford of Nashville is spending the summer with relatives here.

Ray Mullins is home with his parents after a few months work in Michigan.
Dr. E. Graham Wilson, general secretary of the Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian church, whose home is in New York City, was here on a recent visit.

Mr. and Mrs. John Cook of Celina, visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Ogletree Saturday night.

The little girl of Mr. and Mrs. Gaskell Tally, who has been very ill, is better.

~ Local Happenings ~
Mrs. Roy Vaughn has been seriously ill recently.

Mrs. Clyde Wisner and children, Eugene and Betty June were in town Saturday.

Mrs. Eatta Robbins of Berea, Ky., visited Mrs. W. C. Deck Thursday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDonald visited Mrs. McDonald’s parents, at Alpine Sunday.

Mrs. Virginia Willyoung of Lancing, Mich., was in town Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Thedford.

 

 

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