70 Years Ago
May 31, 1931 to June 5, 1931
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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BEAUTIFUL BABY WINNERS
Johnnie Alline Taylor, First Prize - $125
Harlan Copeland, Second Prize - $75
Marinella Brown, Third Prize - $50
Jessie Rebecca Wolf, Fourth Prize - $25
Glen Howard Masters, Fifth Prize - $15
Jack McDonald Sixth Prize - $10
Harlan and Chester Winningham went back to Jay Bird Sunday.
A decoration will be held at the Stover Cemetery the 3rd Sunday
in this month.
Health is very good in the Hilham community.
Florry Eldridge visited her sister, Mrs. Tom Allen, this week.
Howard Savage, Katie Carwile, Ola Hill, Elver Stout, and Margie
Barlow visited at Dawson Hammond's Sunday.
Buren Phillips, who has been ill, is reported better.
Elzo Hammond's pet crow died Sunday night.
William Bilyeu is a constant visitor at Paylo Smith's.
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Smith visited their uncle, W.B. Matheny, over
Earl Ray Lee, of O'Neil, spent the week-end with Tracy and Earl
Ernest Harvey and Mattie Wilborn were married at Albany, Ky., May
Ova Harvey was married to Lawrence Conner at Albany, Ky., May 27.
Marvin Barlow is visiting his brother, Minis Barlow.
Mrs. Dillard Bilbrey is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Benson Seber.
Farmers are busy setting out tobacco plants.
Mrs. Mary Hinds visited her sister, Mrs. Will Padgett, Sunday.
Hughel Carwile is on crutches as the result of a broken leg.
Grover Peek and family visited relatives in Rickman last week-end.
Mrs. John Hodges and son, Gilbert, visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Stoke Huddleston, in Byrdstown Wednesday.
Will West has an awful bad foot over a little burn and getting
Thurman Peterson and Connie Davis were the Sunday guests of Lester
Moments In Time
Excerpts of Overton County & World History
Published January 3, 2001
Overton County News
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