September 10, 1932 to September 16, 1932
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Mrs. J.A. Coleman, of Monroe, is ill.
Jess Freeman was thrown by a mule and broke his arm Monday.
Udeen Qualls left Tuesday to attend Milligan College again this
Miss Fannie Bell Matthews, who is teaching at Muddy Pond, spent
the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Matthews in West
Mrs. John Goolsby entertained with a party at her home in West
Livingston, honoring her daughter, VirginiaÕs, eleventh birthday.
The guests were Janie Stonecipher, Sara Johnnie Young, Anna Maynard,
Paulene Speck, Joyce Copeland, Virginia Hodges, Robbie Charlotte
Jernigan, Mary Alice Jernigan, Mary Beaty, Allie Bell Wheat, Mary
Lillian Peek, Bijou Looper, Sara Breeding, Betty Reeves Smith, Soleen
Brown, Marie Keisling, Elise Dillon, Sibby Norris, Geraldine Davis,
Marie Holman, Juanita Ward, Wanda Knight, Leda Evans, Frances Eldridge,
Louise Spurrier, and Albert Nickens.
J.C. Carr has sold about 60 acres on the south side of his home
farm to John D. Bilbrey of RuthÕs Chapel.
Guston Swallows was in Nashville Wednesday.
Liz Copeland, who was ill and not expected to recover, is now rapidly
Otho Qualls, Rosco Bilbrey, Charlie Brady, R.S. Bilbrey, Charlie
Qualls, Millard Harris, Miss Alba Howard, and Hassie Winton attended
the pie supper at Oak Hill WEdnesday evening.
Melsi George was the dinner guest of Tina Ferrell Sunday.
Versie Ann Stout spent the week-end in Crawford with Mrs. Sammie
Clyde McDonald was in town on business Wednesday.
H.E. Copeland left Tuesday morning for Old Hickory.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Norrod are the parents of a baby boy born on
W.A. Bass and G.C. Peek visited the Crawford School Friday.
People in Timothy are busy pulling fodder.
Leslie Reeder attended the singing at Eagle Creek Sunday.
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