August 13, 1932 to August 19, 1932
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Dry weather in Sulphur is causing farmers a lot of trouble.
Jim McCartt, Bithia Watts, Merle Chitwood, and Paul Chitwood, of
Harriman, who have been visiting relatives and friends in Oak Hill,
left Saturday afternoon for Cookeville, where they will visit their
aunt, Mrs. Isaac Poston, before returning to Harriman.
Joe Gray Livingston visited his sister, Mrs. Ridley McCulley, at
Mrs. Ben Stewart visited her mother, Mrs. Green, at Dotson's Chapel
over the week-end.
There will be a children's day program at Happy Hollow the fourth
Sunday in August.
Link Cox, of Crab Orchard, is building a house for his brother-in-law,
Mrs. Dewey Bilbrey is improving and is able to be up.
Claude Daniels was in Allons Sunday.
Delmus Hinds, of Berea, is visiting his mother, Mrs. G.S. Hinds.
W.C. Deck and W.R. and Ardian Mitchell attended the Celina fair
Mrs. Haskell White visited her father, W.C. Deck, in Cookeville
Mrs. Irma Speck and children, of Rickman, are visiting her sister,
Mrs. John Little.
Benson Bilbrey, of Oak Grove, spent the night with Mr. and Mrs.
W.D. Clark recently.
Mr. and Mrs. E.K. Schultz and children of Wynne, AR, are visiting
Mrs. Schultz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Eastland.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reeser, of Detroit, are visiting his father,
Frank Reeser, on Main Street.
Chas F. Langford was in Cookeville on business this week.
School at Timothy is doing fine, with Troy Crabtree as principal.
Mrs. Iva Matthews is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith are visiting their son, Herbert, at Wirmingham,
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