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Mr. and Mrs. Ken Arney and family visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Jouett, of Oakley, Saturday.
Casey Bell Walker is in the Lady Ann Hospital.
Mrs. Edward Sells has returned from Norfolk, Virginia, after several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith.
Mrs. Elina Linder attended the funeral of her sister-in-law. Mrs. Amanda King, at Bolestown last Thursday.
Eudean Heady visited Marie McCormick, Artis Oakley and Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Walker Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Story, of Moodyville, became the parents of a son January 21. This is the second child in the home. Mrs. Bertha Rich is the maternal grandmother.
Mrs. Bertha Rich, of Midway, announced the marriage of her daughter Evadean Sewell to George Brown of Albany, Kentucky, where the couple will live.
BOX FACTORY AT ALPINE BEGAN OPERATION TUESDAY: The new factory of Premier Box Company began operation Tuesday at Alpine. Reportedly, 10 employees produced 265 boxes the first day. The new factory is housed in what was formerly the high school building of the campus of Alpine Institute.
BIRTHDAYS: February 18-24: Vinton D. Bradshaw, 18. Mrs. Paul Mathis, Dalton Maynord, Joe Howard Allen, Mille Pennington, Harold Wilson, Rittie Upchurch, 19. Francis Billings, Martha McCoin, 20. Mrs. C.H. Field, Larry. E. Eldridge, Roslie Daniels, SFC Robert D. Daniels, 21. T.M. Oakley, Carol Ann Copeland, Lula Fletcher, Mrs. J.K. Averitt, 22. Guy Copeland, James McCormick, 23.
The following have been appointed to serve on Overton Better Road Committee: Sam B. Coward, Freeman Apple, Donald Smith, Ralph Prather, Otho Qualls, Aubrey McCormick, Millard V. Oakley, John H. Smith, Dempsey Webb, Tim Pangle, Bedford Holman, J.B. Copeland, Ray Gilpatrick, Arlice Hodges.
POLIO SHOTS IN OVERTON: Seventy-four children received polio vaccine at Overton County Health Department Saturday, February 4. Parents, see that your children get polio shots before it’s too late. Don’t let them become crippled, asking, “Why didn’t my parents get me the polio shot?” Only the vaccination of every man, woman and child assure victory over polio. Clinics are held every Saturday morning from 8 to 12. Shots are free to pregnant women and children 1-14.
BABY CHICKS: We hatch most all standard breeds. We are U.S. approved, U.S. pullorum passed tested to zero. Hatches each Monday and Thursday. Order your chicks now. Middle Tennessee Hatchery, Livingston, Tenn.
Never insult an alligator until after you have crossed the river. ---- Cordell Hull.

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