April 11, 1931 to April 17, 1931
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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\John Nivens and his wife were in town last week.
Rocky Holt was in Livingston Saturday.
Aggie Poston and Hazel Pryor visited at Joe Bob Poston's Sunday.
Bob Cooper, who was injured in a car wreck, is slowly improving.
T.E. Ferrell visited at John Neely's Sunday.
R.M. Copeland of Sulphur was in Livingston Saturday.
Bad weather has slowed down farm work.
T.C. Brown had a musical one night last week. Those present were:
Eddie and Hazel Pryor, Mrs. T.W. Carlock and children, Charles,
Carry, and Edith, and Booz Nivens.
The best sweatbands for hats are cut from goatskin.
Mrs. Paris Lacy and Mrs. Sherman Wright of Livingston were in Livingston
W. L. Brown and W. Faye Brown were in Nashville recently.
Mrs. Jack Dale is spending several days in Cookeville.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Sidwell, E.W. Fox, J.V. Thomas, Jessie Algood,
Supt. B.C. Ledbetter, Elizabeth Pyland, and Flo Donaldson attended
the State Teachers meeting at Nashville.
Judge L.A. Webb has returned from several days' stay in Jackson
Mary Joe Hill of Cookeville was the recent guest of her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Barksdale.
Mrs. Elizabeth Sevier of Crawford was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Amanda Fuqua visited at V.S. Little's Sunday.
Mrs. Clarence Wisner of Monroe is quite ill with the flu.
Miss Addie Crabtree of Freedonia, who has been sick for some time,
is no better.
Velma Bullock spent the week-end with her aunt, Mrs. Walter Almonrode.
Charlie Brown was in Henard Sunday night.
Flossie Bilbrey of Okolona spent Sunday night with Lucinda Brown.
Beulah and Lois Bowers were the guests of Callie Brown Monday.
Moments In Time
Excerpts of Overton County & World History
Published January 3, 2001
Overton County News
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