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News From Over The Community

B. S. Bloom is suffering from rheumatism.

The Louis Clappers drove to St. Louis and other points in Missouri Thursday to spend the weekend with his relatives.

T. Wesley Pickel returned recently from a week's stay in Atlantic City, New Jersey, where he attended the annual National meeting of the School Administrators.

Miss Dorothy Harmon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Harmon on Lebanon Road, has been listed as a honor student at the University of Tennessee, whre she is a senior. While doing her student teaching, she made the Magna Cum Laude. She is spending the week with her parents and will return to UT Thursday (today) to begin classes in the Home Management House.

Bobby Cross is a new employee of the Donelson Cleaners, which was recently purchased by W. L. "Bill" Lockhart of McGavock Road.

Miss Frances Bibb, an April bride-elect, and her fiance, Homer Barnes, both of Nashville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Omohundro, Jr., over the weekend.

William K. (Billy) Nichol, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Nichol on Spring Valley Road, has been listed as an honor student at the University of Tennessee for the fall quarter of 1946. Having completed his pre-med course, he is now a freshman in dental work.

Green Hill

(Phone news to any member of Green Hill Woman's Club.)

  • Congratulations to Margaret Evelyn Macon and Betty Jean Prowell, valedictorians of Mt. Juliet High School, with averages of 94.8 per cent. Also congratulations to Mary Hackey, salutatorian with an average of 94.6 per cent.
  • Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Armstrong and daughter, Connie, and Mrs. Grace Armstrong, of Laguna Beach, California, are the guests of Mrs. Kate George. With them is Mrs. Menzler, of Vancouver, Canada. On Sunday Mrs. George also had as her guest Mrs. Carl Stephens and Mrs. S. A. Marshall, of Franklin.

Morrow Headden

  • Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Harrison and family will soon move to their new home, the Parkhurst place.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Newsom (Cotton) Alexandra have named their son Newsom Kid, Jr.
  • Jennings Taylor, now attending Castle Heights Military Academy in Lebanon, spent last weekend with his parents, Judge and Mrs. Brown Taylor.
  • Mrs. J. T. Bradford entertained one morning recently with a brush party. Eleven ladies were present with Mrs. Paul Parham and Mrs. Evelyn Lannom winning prizes. Luncheon was served -- real ham sandwiches and coffee with sugar, too!


  • The Men's Club is serving supper in the school cafeteria next Thursday night, March 27, from 5:30 to 8:00 o'clock. (Menu -- meat, 3 vegetables, bread and drink all for 50 cents.) Tickets are now on sale at the school.
  • An audience of approximately 350 enjoyed "The Minstrel Frolics" staged at the school last Friday night.
  • Miss Mayme Clayton spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Hatcher and Betty Ruth at their new home on Lindell.

Una News

Mrs. E. H. Duke,
Phone News to 6-3227

  • Mr. and Mrs. Luther E. White, formerly of McCrory Creek Road but now of Atlanta, arrived in the city Monday morning to attend the Grand Chapter session of the Order of the Eastern Star. They will be the guests of the Dukes during the week.
  • The Una Baptist Church is holding a mission study class at the church this week. Brother Myers has expressed his intention of retiring at an early date.
  • Funeral services were held recently for Mrs. A. K. Hill, 87, widow of the late Amos K. Hill, of Una, at the John C. Roesch Funeral Home. Brother A. R. Holton officiated at the ceremony. Members of the family served as pallbearers.
  • Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Goodman are vacationing in Florida. Have a big time, Folks, wish I was with you!
  • Mrs. Leroy Martin and Mrs. H. W. Robertson spent Friday in Nashville on a shopping tour.

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