October 31, 1931 to November 6, 1931
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Leander Reeser, of Detroit, visited his uncle, Dock Reeser, in
The work on the new church at Brown's Chapel is coming along nicely.
J.E. Jones, of Rickman, was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Burr
Mr. and Mrs. Sherlie Stockton entertained a crowd of young people
with a Halloween party on the lawn at their home Saturday evening.
The lawn was lighted with jack-o-lanterns, and many games and contest
were enjoyed around a glowing bonfire. Late in the evening, delicious
refreshments were served.
Elsie Boatman sent last week-end with Alma Qualls.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coe, of Lovelady, on October 26, a
Dailey Crouch, of Forbus, spent the week-end with his sister, Mrs.
John Taylor, of Byrdstown.
Lee Evins, of Robbins, visited his sister, Mrs. Bent Zachary,
Mr. and Mrs. Stoke Huddleston purchased a new Philco radio recently.
A good rain fell in Byrdstown last week.
Mrs. Leo Hasslar and little daughter spent the week-end at Lovelady.
Mrs. Jasper Tudor, of Algood, has been visiting her father, George
Wilson, of Okolona, who is very sick.
Jim Clark and family, of Copeland Cove, have moved to Charlie
Cullom's farm in Okolona.
Mr. and Mrs. Booz Sells, of Taylor's Cross Roads, are the proud
parents of a little girl.
Johnie Bilbrey is still a frequent visitor at Joe Deck's.
Frank Taylor and son, Castro, are busy cutting wood for the Lone
Miss Agnes Dennis and Richie Linder are getting along fine.
Mrs. Albert Evans is real sick.
Mrs. Walter Gilpatrick, of Flat Creek, is spending a few days in
North Livingston with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. McCormick.
Uncle Elvin Moredock, who is confined to his room, is no better.
Mrs. Austin Masters is quite sick.
Moments In Time
Excerpts of Overton County & World History
Published January 3, 2001
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