Miss Lucy Rettig gave her music recital
April 24, at Mt. Enterprise.
Laneville P.-T. A. will meet May 14. Miss Nell
Ayres, County Health Nurse, will be here to ex- amine
the children who are to start school next year. Miss Cochrane's
room will be in charge of the program.
Miss Thomas' mother has undergone
an opera- tion in Nacogdoches and is reported to be doing
Frances Irwin, who has not
been attending school on account of illness, is much better.
Jim Whitley has been confined to
his home on account of illness, but is said to be improving.
Gilford Vaughn has not been in school
on ac- count of illness.
Mrs. Morris gave her musical recital
at the Laneville Methodist Church, May 1, 1963.
There will be an amateur
program at Good- springs, May 8, 1936.
Miss Josephine Gallaway of Carlisle spent
the week-end with her parents.
Mrs. Frank Johnson was given a surprise birth-
day dinner April 26, at her home. Friends
and relatives were present and everyone had a nice
The Laneville Rhythm Band played at McKnight,
March 31, in a joint program with Mrs. Watson's unit
program. The band also rendered a program at Bethel, Easter Sunday
morning. Both programs were accompanied by many Laneville citizens.
A special program will be given at the Baptist
Church on Mother's Day.
The McKnight Sunday School was
re-organized Sunday. The outlook for the future is very favor- able.
We are proud that Mr. Norman has completed his
new house and is now living in it.
Blanch Johnson from Kilgore
spent the week- end at home.
Dr. Morris of Tennessee visited his mother this past
Dennard Rives from N. T. A. C. was at home this week-end.