Some articles on sue, hicks:
... with county superintendent of schools Walter White and local attorney Sue K ... Hicks at Robinson's Drug Store, convincing them that the controversy of such a trial would give Dayton much needed publicity ... and Sue K ...
... Hicks was born in Madisonville, Tennessee on December 12, 1895 ... He was the youngest child of Charles Wesley and Susanna Coltharp Hicks ... Hicks was named "Sue" after his mother, who died a few days after giving birth to him ...
... Hicks' oddly feminine first name may have inspired the song, "A Boy Named Sue", which Johnny Cash first performed in 1969 ... a judicial conference in Gatlinburg, Tennessee— at which Hicks was a speaker— and apparently got the idea for the song title after hearing Hicks introduced ... unaware that Silverstein had any one person in mind when he wrote the song, he did send Hicks two records and two autographed pictures signed, "To Sue, how do you do?" While his name may have inspired the song's title ...
Famous quotes containing the words hicks and/or sue:
“Even in ordinary speech we call a person unreasonable whose outlook is narrow, who is conscious of one thing only at a time, and who is consequently the prey of his own caprice, whilst we describe a person as reasonable whose outlook is comprehensive, who is capable of looking at more than one side of a question and of grasping a number of details as parts of a whole.”
—G. Dawes Hicks (18621941)
“Apart, we think we wish ourselves together,
Yet sue for solitude upon our meetings....”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)