Mr. W.L. Bishop motored to Knoxville Monday.
Mr. Hayes, representing the Underwood Typewriter Agency at
a business visitor in town Monday.
Mr. Gamble and sister Miss Gamble, were visitors in Clinton
Miss Mary Hollingsworth of Knoxville visited friends here
Mr. J.C. Morgan of Knoxville, spent Sunday with H.A. Tiller
Mrs. Frank Edwards and son of Coal Creek were visitors in
Mr. B.F. Allison of Westbourne, was a visitor in LaFollette
Miss Lelia Cruise of Knoxville, spent Sunday with friends
Mrs. Dr. Lindsay of Pruden, was the week end guest of her
sister, Mr. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Chase. L. Cain spent Sunday with relatives at
Mrs. Eliza Childress spent Saturday and Sunday in Coal Creek.
Messrs. S.H. Bowman and Dan Baird were Knoxville visitors
Mr. Henry Bowman of Jellico, was a visitor in town Sunday.
The Girl Scouts who are camped at Eagle Bluff report that
having a fine time.
Miss Edith Creekmore spent Sunday at Wynn, the guest of her
Friends of Mr. John Dail are glad to hear that his health
after a weeks illness.
J.W. Parrott and family and Marshall Riggs and family motored
View Sunday and spent the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Roos have as their guests the Misses Mary
Roos of Lexington, Ky.
Paul Summers, who has been visiting homefolks for the last
returned Monday to school in Cincinnati.
Misses Mary and Meeda Roos of Lexington, arrived Sunday for
a visit at
the home of their uncle, Mr. Phil Roos.
Mrs. W.E. Hendren and children spent Saturday and Sunday the
relatives in Coal Creek.
Mr. Butler, representing the Ford Agency at Mosheim, Tenn.,
business visitor in town Monday.
Miss Clara Lindley has as her guest her mother, Mrs. S.B.
her nephew George Lee Allen.
Little Miss Katherine McFarland of Tazwell, is visiting her
Mrs. Lida Christenbury Cavendish and Miss Beulah Christenbury
visitors in town Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Clear and children of Rich Mt., were guests
home of E.W. Claiborne Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J.U. Snyder and children and her mother Mrs.
spending a few days in Jellico with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. Kinsel Thayer, and
Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Chiles motored to Powell's Station Sunday.
Mrs. Nell Bowman and children of Rich Mt., were the guests
E.W. Claiborne and E.B. Bowman Friday.
Mr. R.H. Woody, of the Woody-Hobbs Co., at Jellico, was a
visitor at the
Press office Tuesday renewing an old acquaintance with the
Mrs. J.M. Davis of Jacksboro, spent Thursday and Friday here
of her daughter, Mrs. E.E. Claiborne.
Mr. W.G. Huffin and Mr. C.C Jarvis of Knoxville, were visitors
in the interests of the Preston Motor Corporation of Birmingham,
Mr. and Mrs. John Agee of Cotula, are receiving congratulations
arrivals of their twins, a son and a daughter. Mrs. Agee was
Miss Lill Wynn.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Cooper and little son, Geo. A. Jr.,
Friday to their home in Knoxville after spending a few days
guest of Mrs. Cooper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Hayes.
On Monday evening Miss Marie Jones entertained a few of her
a dance at her home in Wynn. About seven couples
hospitality of this charming hostess.
Mr. L.C. Crewe attended the meeting of the National Coal Operators
Association at Washington last week.
Mr. Bob Braley of Chicago, arrived last week for a visit with
here and at Wynn.