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80 Years Ago


75 Years Ago
~ Local Happenings ~

Mrs. Avo Thompson, of Paran, visited Mrs. Addie Danner, of Post Oak, last Wednesday.

Claude Daniels visited Mr. and Mrs. Alex Roberson Sunday.

Health in Happy Hollow is very good.

Elzie Lee Webb, of Sulphur, is improving.

Fowler Stout, of Crawford, is attending school at Cookeville.

Doris Marie Poteet, of Algood, has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Horace Loftis in Rickman.

Palo Dennis and Ruby Sells were at Ozone Sunday. 

Mrs. F.C. Ledbetter visited her sister, Mrs. Melville Wilson, Sunday. 

There will be a singing at Fellowship on Sunday.

Health in Hilham is good.

Mrs. B.P. Upton is visiting her son, Wayford, of Cornersville, TN.

Mrs. Lynard Howard, of Anderson, is on the sick list.

Mrs. Millard Swan, of Celina, is visiting Mrs. Cecil Swan. 

Esther Johnson spent Saturday night with Helen Carmack.

Rains in Alpine continue.

Perry Ledford and wife have moved to the Clark property.

Freeman Jones, of Crawford, spent Thursday night with his brother.

Boots Threat, of Twinton, was in Crawford Sunday.

Vonda Ogletree visited her cousin, Luray Fleming, recently.

Mrs. Mary Poston, of Smith’s Chapel, is on the sick list.

A.R. Carmack is better.

Mr. and Mrs. Fowler Crawford and little daughter Henrietta and Lois
Bowers, of Windle, visited Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Carmack, of Smith’s Chapel, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Flatt and son spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Young, near Sulphur.

Ellar Smith spent Sunday with home folks.

Ruth West spent Friday night with Alma Qualls at Okolona. 

Shirley Neal has moved on the farm of L.R. Mullins.

Uncle John Phillips is improving.


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