Hickman County News
Centreville, Hickman Co., Tenn.
Thurs. Dec. 4, 1924
Child Ill at Hospital Here
Miss Sallie HUNT, 11-year-old daughter of Elton HUNT of near
Littlelot, is a patient at Edwards Infirmary, suffering with an attack of blood-poisoning.
The ailment is the direct result of an infection of a broken blister on the left
heel, caused by the friction of a shoe, and the injury is said to have spread to other
parts of the body.
Mrs. Annie ROWE,
domestic science teacher at Hickman County High school, with Miss Frances and Richard
ROWE, have returned from a visit with relatives in Nashville.
Miss Lois THOMPSON, student nurse at the Baptist Hospital in
Nashville, spent the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. THOMPSON.
Mrs. Dudley TURNER and sons Yates and Dudley TURNER, Jr.,
returned on Monday from Lyles, where they spent the Thanksgiving season with Mr. and Mrs.
John W. TURNER who also had as their guest, their daughter Miss Maude TURNER of Nashville.
Miss Josephine PRICE, student at a Murfreesboro school, spent the
Thanksgiving season with her mother Mrs. Allie PRICE and her maternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. PARKER.
Claude COCHRAN, 7-year-old son of Tommie COCHRAN of near Shady
Grove, is seriously ill with typhoid fever.
Edison DAVIDSON, 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. DAVIDSON
of near Swan, is seriously ill with typhoid fever.
Mrs. Cora Lee Cummins DUNCAN of Nashville, student-nurse at the
Protestant Hospital, spent Thanksgiving here with her mother, Mrs. Henry CUMMINS and with
her brother, Hubert C. CUMMINS.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen PRINCE and four children have returned to
Carter's Creek, after a visit with Mrs. PRINCE's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. THOMPSON.
Mrs. BUREN-SHOUSE has returned to Jackson, after a several weeks
visit with relatives here.
The condition of the
following typhoid fever victims have been reported as follows: Miss Pearl DOWNEY,
decidedly improved at the home of her aunt Mrs. S. M. BREECE; W. C. PATTERSON, slightly
improved after ten weeks of critical illness; Stanley and Lloyd BOOKER, serious condition
at home of parents Mr. and Mrs. B. B. BOOKER on Columbia road; Miss Wilma HARRISON,
greatly improved at Pinewood home.