(c)2012 NPT PHOTO BY DAVID POPIEL Jewelry Connection owners were able to return a baby book to the now-grown Jacquline Dalton, of Sevierville. The book was started about 1985 and kept current for six years. From left are Rhonda Evans and Mary Pitner of the Jewelry Connection, and Dalton.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
(Last modified: 2012-12-20 08:37:56)
 
Author: David Popiel
Source: The Newport Plain Talk

After the recent Newport Plain Talk story on whatever happened to baby Jacquline, readers who knew the family contacted the woman who was a child in the 1980s.

On Friday, December 14, the 27-year-old Jacquline Dalton, of Sevierville, walked into the jewelry store at the Western Plaza to claim her long-lost baby book.

Mary Pittner and Rhonda Evans, who own and operate Jewelry Connection, said their phone "rang and rang" after the newspaper story days earlier in Dec.

For more details, please see the Thursday edition of the Newport Plain Talk.

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