December 12, 1931 to December 18, 1931
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Mr. and Mrs. Bob Croft Elder, of Lovelady, spent Saturday night
with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Elder, of Cofe.
Haircut Ð 15¢ Shave Ð 10¢ Why Pay More?
Jack's Barber Shop Just Opened, North Side Square
Emit Smith, of Monroe, was in town Saturday on business.
G.C. Peek made a business trip to Rickman Monday.
Mrs. Albie Davis is with her father, Martin P. Garrett, at Timothy,
who has been very sick.
Mrs. Mary C. Roberts, widow of the late Capt. John S. Roberts,
and the mother of C. Allison Roberts, with whom she lives, celebrates
her 88th birthday on Tuesday, December 8.
W.H. Winningham was in Cookeville last week to see his father,
Lawson Winningham, who died Tuesday.
Mrs. T.M. Moredock received a very painful bruise Tuesday morning
when a cellar door fell and struck her in the head.
Robert Poston, state employee at Herbert Domane, spent the week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Windle, Mrs. Betty Lou Thedford, and Mrs. Hettie
Speck visited relatives and friends in Crossville last week.
Felix G. Bilbrey celebrated his 89th birthday Wednesday, December
10, at his home in East Livingston.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Byers, of Algood, were the week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Swallows.
Charles E. Lawson, of Roaring River, was in Livingston last Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Dale and family, of Nashville, attended the
funeral of his father, A.L. Dale, Wednesday.
Prof. Curtis Holt and daughter, Anna Mae, of Twinton, were in town
last Saturday doing Christmas shopping.
B.F. Allred, of the 10th district, and member of the County Board
of Education, was in Livingston last week.
A.G. Owens, of Wilder, was in Livingston last week on business.
Cecil Windle and son, Edward Snow, were in Nashville Friday.
Moments In Time
Excerpts of Overton County & World History
Published January 3, 2001
Overton County News
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