ABrief Review of 1956 in Overton and Pickett Counties
Bro. Turnbull has returned to his home in Iowa after spending the weekend in Alpine.
Little Doria Norris is ill with Scarlett Fever.
Faye Sells and Mrs. Edward Sells were in Nashville recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith visited their daughter, Mrs. Elmo Ferrill and family of Hilham Sunday.
Mrs. Porter Beaty is in the Lady Ann Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sells of Knoxville spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Arizona Sells, in Alpine.
Little Joey Harris returned home from the Lady Ann Hospital Monday. He had been there for several days with a cold and croup.
Martha L. Holt has returned to Portsmouth, Ohio where she is employed.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby H. Mullins were the recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Craig in Nashville.
Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Stephens and family spent last week in Indiana and other states.
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Jim Sells is ill.
Linda Young of Celina spent Friday night with Kay Bilbrey in Timothy.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Keen visited their son in Nashville Sunday.
The Odell Key family has taken an apartment at Pat Carr’s. Mr. Key is the manager of Premium Box Factory that is scheduled to open soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brown of Texas are visiting her mother, Mrs. Alba Sells.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvil Davis, Jeanette and Jerry spent the weekend at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cooper and children and Mrs. Brady Smith were in Ohio over the weekend.
Haskell Gore has returned home from Dayton, Ohio where he has been employed.
Two small children of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Keisling have whooping cough.
Little Dale Roberts is confined to his home with a cold.
Belle Richardson visited Mrs. Mable Connor last week.
Bruce Wright, Kenneth Wilborn, Troy Daniels and J.B. Smith were in Sparta on Saturday for a fifteen minute musical broadcast over WSMT.
Willie Andrew Winningham of the U.S. Navy is spending a few days leave with homefolks.
Lynn Reagan is confined to his bed with strep throat and scarlet fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Carvel Maynard of Taylors Crossroad were in Livingston Monday.
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