Buttercup returned to her old home at the Paul Hargis residence the past week after a six month absence that included a tour of East Nashville, Lebanon Road and other points in the vicinity. Buttercup, in case you didn't know, is just a dog, but one that found a warm place in the heart of Paul and Frances Hargis.Read more: Buttercup Brings Boarders Back
Heard in the Halls
Free from worries of exams which were finished Friday afternoon, it seems that almost everybody had a wonderful weekend. We've tried to pick up as much news as possible for this column.
Saturday night Nancy Dickens celebrated her 15th birthday with Leonard Liddle.Read more: Donelson Student
GOP Might Stall Stewart Ferry Dam
REAL ESTATE MAY JUMP IF ENGINEERS GET PROCEED SIGN
Promise of a new Republican majority in congress to slash the national budget is cause for concern to many people interested in the future development of Donelson and the surrounding area and is possibly preventing something in the nature of a mild real estate boom.Read more: GOP Might Stall Stewart Ferry Dam
Flood Crest Seen Today in County
RED CROSS READY BUT LITTLE HARM REPORTED SO FAR
Water choking the Cumberland River to a depth of 41 feet in Nashville was expected to recede today (Thursday), thus limiting flood damage to that already caused by the heavy rains last week and early this week....Read more: Flood Crest Seen Today in County
Hit-and-Run Driver Is Given 15 Years
Howard R. Sullins, 21-year-old Lebanon painter, Friday in No. 2 Criminal Court was found guilty of charges of an assault with intent to commit murder in the first degree on Mrs. Gladys Newman, of the Hermitage community, and was sentenced to serve 15 years in the state penitentiary.
The assault occurred September 30 when Sullins drove a truck into Mrs. Newman as she was returning to her home on Brandau Road after a trip to the mail box. Mrs. Newman was rushed to a hospital where she gave birth to a child prematurely as a result of the assault....