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 - Sunday Morning, August 23, 1942 Eagleville By...
Sunday Morning, August 23, 1942 Eagleville By MARY LOIS ARNOLD Mrs. Henry Carden of Chattanooga was the week-end guest of Mr. and "Mrs. Frank Crosslin. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Re&mon of Shglbyville spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Hatcher Redmon. , Miss Marv Ann Mcknie-ht ' is visiting- her uncle and aunt, Mjr and Mrs. Stephen McKnig-ht, in' Arkansas. Elder S. C. Boyce of Nashville was the Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Morgan,' after -preachinpr at the Eagleville Church of Christ. - Mrs. K. D. Killough and daughter, Betty Sue. of Louisville, Ky., . are V'sitinR- Mrs. Killough's father, Henry Owen, and family, and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Killough. Mrs. James IT. Wilkinson and ! son, and son, James Riley, spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs. J. R,; Landis in Nashville. William' McCord will go to Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., for . his physical examination, Wednesday. Mrs. J. -II. McCord entertained him at dinner Monday evening: Other guests were Dr. and Mrs. E. L,. Williams. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harrel 1 were M r s - Dol 1 y Mamies and son, Jim, Jr., of near Bradyville and Mr. and Mrs. Lem Ilarrell of Compton. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. tnd Mrs. Clarence Puekett were Mrs. Eliza MacDonald and Mrs. Mur-free O'Brien of Murfreesboro and Mr. and Mrs. Clavtbn MacDonald and children of Clarksville. Henry Ciles is at home from -Chamite Field, Rantoul, 111., to spond.a totudav furloueh with his arents. Mr. and Mrs. B.. A. Giles ince this is Henrv's first" trio hpme in some time, his brothers and sisters are seeing him all they can. Miss. Mary Giles of Columbia divided her vacation last week between her home and a short trip to Chattanooga. Miss Robbie Giles of Smyrna was at home for the week-end. Blake Jr. Giles of Gilberts'illeJ, Ky is at home for n few days. "Mi and Mrs. Walter Giles of Rockvale are spending: most ofthis weekat-fche-home o his parents. Ralph Jones. After fhe group had enjoyed an" evening1 of games, refreshments were served. Sunday guests of Mrs. Nannie Owen were Mr, and Mrs. OV C. Castleman, Jr., and Mrs. O. C, Castleman, Sr., of Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Johns, Mr. W. T. Lowe Sfnd Mrs. Claiide Shel-ton are spending- a few days at Red Boiling- Springs. Miss Sophia Williams has been visiting relatives in Nashville and bmyrna for sev,eral days. Mrs. Ola Hyde has returned to her-Tiome near Nashville, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W.. T. "Hurt. Mr, and Mrs. Hurt,, returned with her. Mrs. Lucile Poole of Glendale, Calif. T has been the guest of Mrs. N. N. Dryden for several days Additional Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Dryden were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lovelace and Mrs. Evelyn Lovelace of Nashville. Miss Julia Moore, a former teacher here, visited friends at Eagleville Monday. - Madeline Cason, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John Cason of Murfreesboro, is . visiting her maternal grandparents, Mr. arid Mrs. Free-land Jackson. ... Mr. and Mrs. Nat. Puckett of Rover were Sunday guests of Mrs. Puckett's parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Abernathy. , Farmers of the community have been enjoying a vacation provided them oy Nature,, in the form of heavy rains that have kept the ground too wet for work for more j-trrantwo-weeks '-" 1 Floraton By PAULINE WILSON Additional Sundav dinner guests of the Giles were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Florida and children, Edwin and Pliilip Owen "ana Mra. Barati Flcwr ida and son. Harris, all of Lascas- sas. - ' Mrs. John R. Holton entertained Mr. and Mrs. Willie O'Brien of Rucker spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walkup. Mrs. Betty Brandon and daughter, Opal, visited Mrs. Minnie Williams and daughters, Elizabeth and Mrs. Aubry. Landrum Friday. Mr., and Mrs. Emery Jernigan are receiving congratulations over .the, arrival of a baby boy born August 5, weight 9 pounds, and has been named Kenneth .Wayne... Mrs. - Bill Landrum and Bobby Frank spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. ..Frank Wilson and family.. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zumbro of Woodbury road spent Sunday with relatives of this place. , Mr, and Mrs. Howard Jones Leba-n by for out is et

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  1. The Daily News-Journal,
  2. 23 Aug 1942, Sun,
  3. Page 3

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