January 16, 1931 to January 22, 1932
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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The window in the abbey of Shakespeare's birthplace, Stratford
on Avon, are as follows: Infant, Schoolboy, Lover, Soldier, Justice,
Pataloon, and Sans Everything.
Mrs. Roy Huckeby, of Beth-saida, fell out of a barn loft Friday,
breaking her right arm.
Mrs. Sarah Eldridge, age 74, wife of Jonas Eldridge, died at her
home in Livingston at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 19, after an illness
of about 4 weeks. She spent most of her life as a resident of the
Ninth District. She is survived by her husband and one son, Will,
Delma Ringley, Clifford Young, Homer Smith, and Thurston Reynolds
spent the week-end with home folks in Midway.
Miss Pauline Robert, of T.P.I., spent the week-end with home folks.
The Wirmingham first string basket ball boys defeated the basket
ball boys of Boom 21-4. Wirmingham second string lost by a score
of 8 to 5.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Abbot, of Etter, on January 14, a
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Huddleston, of near Static, on January 8,
Bill Matthews was on his farm in Monroe, Route 2, last week.
Huey and Proctor Little, of Monroe, Route 2, were in Livingston
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Garrett are the proud parents of a baby girl.
A dinner was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Conaster Sunday,
January 17, in honor of her 60th birthday. In attendance were her
husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Sweat, James Ledbetter, J.D. White, Mrs.
Huey Little and son, Hooper, and Allen Sweat.
Stanton Lea and J.P. Poston, of Hilham, are on the sick list.
Haskel Lawson and Edd Hooks visited Ernest Hooten recently.
Palo and Haskel Smith are cutting timber for Leslie Carwille in
Charlie Lawson, Simy Pharris, Willie Swans, and Jim Taylor have
gone to Anderson, Ind., for employment.
Walter Boles has gone to Putnam County to rent a farm.
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