Three cars were involved in a minor pile up last Thursday afternoon near the Anderson Clinic when a government car driven by Dr. E. B. Parker, of Nashville, hit a Jolly Cab that had slowed down to unload a passenger. The cab was forced into the car of Mrs. C. H. Bates, Jr. Only minor damages were reported to the highway patrol who made the usual investigation.
An event anticipated each spring in more than 2,500 communities over the country is National Music Week, beginning always the first Sunday in May.
This year's observance will be the 24th annual, for Music Week was initiated on a synchronized basis in 1924, after having been held at different times in a number of cities for several years previously.
Offerings range from unrehearsed hymn sings in small rural clubs to a well-ordered, well-spaced series of events.
With $1,400 in premium as a drawing card, entries in the first annual Veterans Horse Show to be held in Lebanon Saturday night May 10, are coming in rapidly, William D. Baird, general chairman, announced today. Nine regular classes and two championship rigs will be shown.
In addition to the horse show, added attractions will be a concert by the band of Castle Heights Military Academy preceding the show, and an exhibition by the Curtis Candy Company, six-pony hitch after the sixth class....
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bullington entertained at a birthday party Friday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock at their home on Cliffdale Road to honor their twins, Robert and Roberta, celebrating their eleventh birthday. Games were the diversion of the afternoon, after which refreshments were served. Guests present were Mary Jane Neal, Edna Kate Richardson, Mary Louise Mallory, Mary Helen DeVoe, Jane Garrett, Charlene Hester, Annette Sharpe, Birchie White, Petty Hill, Peggy King and Lloyd Gragg, Martin Garrett, Sammie Underwood, Tiff Hawks, Wayne Shepherd, Tommy Billings, Jimmie Brown, Perry McCord and Bobby White.