Clipped From The Paris News
BACKWARD Xr GLANCES (From the scrapbooks of the late A. W. Neville) One of the most popular features ever carried in The Paris News —Backward Glances—will-be reprinted again beginning Monday. Dealing with important events of past years, various happenings, different families and other tilings of interest, Backward Glances was started in 1929 by the late editor of The Paris News, Judge A. W. Neville. ' He continued to write the column daily since that time until just a few days before his death recently. • However, all of his Backward Glances, beginning in 1929, have been kept in bound files, through the years. Beginning Monday, The Paris News will begin reprinting Backward Glances from the 10 volumes volumes of bound files. His daughter, Miss Maude Seville, regional editor of The Paris News, will provide proper editor's notes for the various reprints. "Backward Glances—From the Scrapbooks of the Late A. W. Neville" will begin Monday under the above heading as a regular daily feature on the editorial page. It's possible that various reader* may desire to start their own icrapbook with the reprints.