June 18, 1932 to June 24, 1932
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Elise Officer, of Monterey, is spending the summer with her sister,
Mary Price Miller.
Ex-Governor A.H. Roberts and grandson, Will Albert Roberts, of
Donnelson, were in town Saturday.
Miners in Crawford are destitute after mines closed up. The mines
have been shut down several weeks. The miners are in need of relief
immediately. Those desiring to send food or clothes are requested
to get in touch with the Livingston Red Cross office.
Elvin Moredock, 90, died at the home of his cousin, Miss Willie
Moredock, last Friday, after an illness of two years. Mr. Moredock
was a Confederate veteran. He was wounded in action and received
an honorable discharge. He was married to Miss Sallie Winton in
1865. To this union was born Mrs. W.W. Almonrode, Mrs. M.G. Hunter,
and Mrs. Charles A. Swain. A son, S.K. Moredock, died in Chicago
Taylor-Holman Co. Brown Domestic, 36 inches wide, 20 yards for
$1.00 LadiesÕ Summer Dresses, $1.95 and $2.95 Bedspread, 49¢ BoysÕ
Wash Pants, 49¢
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Deck and Mrs. W.D. Clark visited Mr. J.P. Bilbrey
Mr. and Mrs. Vardie Hogue and children, Duane and Juanita, spent
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Elmer Langford.
Mrs. Will Carter and children, Zilpha and Leon, spent Sunday with
Mrs. Day Fleming.
Little Miss Omega Langford, who has been sick, is improving.
Myrtle Qualls is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J.R.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reed were the guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs.
Roxie Winton and Reba Duke spent last Monday night with Mrs. Blanche
Zina Savage spent Sunday night with her uncle, J.R. Qualls.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver George a boy last week.
A decoration will be held next Sunday at the M.P. Garrett graveyard.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Garrett, Leon, was knocked
unconscious by lightning Saturday.
Overton County News
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