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80 Years Ago

Archives 05-22-2002

70 Years Ago




May 21, 1932 to May 27, 1932
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)

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Mrs. Huey Little, of Monroe, R-2, spent last week at Fox Springs with her mother, who is seriously ill with heart trouble.

Russell White, of Alpine, spent part of last week with his grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Smith.

Una Cole had some dental work done in Livingston last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Boles, of Hilham, R-2, visited Dillard Wright Sunday night.

Mrs. Nola Carwile visited Mrs. Jason Farmer Saturday.

Miss Vallie Barlow went to Portland Saturday and returned Sunday.

Thomas Pigg made a business trip to Livingston Saturday.

Ruby Sparkman is home from Old Hickory, where she has been at work.

Mrs. Palo Dennis, of Algood, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Coleman, of Monroe, R-2.

There will be a decoration at Smith Chapel Sunday, May 22.

Geneva and Nina Dean Little spent Tuesday with their aunt, Mrs. Lonzo Robbins.

Mattie Lee Coleman and Alfred White motored to Albany Saturday and were married.

Mrs. M. Barlow, of Allons, visited her sister in Byrdstown Monday.

Clarence E. Hoover spent the week-end with Forrest H. Stockton at Rickman.

Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Cope, Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Cope and children spent the week-end in Tullahoma.

Garl Wolf spent a few days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Qualls.

Mrs. Bill Kirkpatrick and daughter, Janie Sue, of Chilicothe, TX, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Poore, of Livingston R-4.

The four-week-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Spicer died Saturday morning and was buried Sunday in the Holly Springs Cemetery.

Clara Jones spent Saturday night with Auda Bell Warden.

Turner Stewart spent the week-end with Richard Wolf near Hilham.

Mrs. Ina Qualls and daughter, Jessie Lee, spent Tuesday night with Mrs. J.R. Qualls.






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