Jaunaury 17, 1931 to January 23, 1931
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Paskell Lawson visited with Earnest Hooten.
Millard Flatt and son, Elmo, were in from Indiana a few days ago.
Mrs. George Howard is very sick.
There are 19,341,295 telephones in the U.S.
There are 123 licensed air pilots in Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. Virtrous Cole spent last week-end with relatives at
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sells visited Leonard Cole last Sunday.
Miss Ostie Gunnels visited Miss Lyda Holt last Saturday night.
Miss Florria Greenwood and Cordell Neely are scheduled to be married
in two weeks from Sunday.
Hallie Bledsoe spent last week-end with homefolks.
Miss Jessie Moredock visited her grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Poston,
Bob Duke visited Oscar Stone last Monday night.
Woodrow Brown and Dimple Stone were in Nashville last Saturday
School at Gigar Springs is progressing nicely with an enrollment
of about 30 pupils.
Mrs. Bill Howel, who has been sick, is improving.
Mrs. Ella Ferrell visited her father in Allons last Monday.
Mr. George Neal and family have moved to Alpine.
Dewey Cole of Harriman visited his father, W.A. Cole in Allons,
over the week-end.
Mr. Jerry Wilson and Hallie Bledsoe were married a week ago Sunday
at the home of Troy Cantrel's.
Miss Floy Duke was in town shopping Saturday.
A party of young folks went to Carr Cave Sunday. The group included
Reba Duke, Dimple Stone, Etta and Stella Neely, Woodrow Brown, Hazel
Pryor, Bob Matthews, Eddie Pryor, Taft Haze, and V. Neely.
Forrest Stockton spent Saturday night with homefolks near Okolona.
Henrietta and Headith Hunter visited relatives in Allons last Sunday.
Morgan Johnson is sick.
Kelly Hunter, who has been quite sick, is slowly improving.
Excerpts of Overton County & World History
Published January 3, 2001
Overton County News
415 West Main Street
P.O. Box 479
Livingston, Tennessee 38570