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Archives 09-18-2002

70 Years Ago

 

 

 

September 17, 1932 to September 23, 1932
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)

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SNOW AND RAIN–
It won’t be long now. $1.98 to $5.00
Men's and boy's high boots, made of the best calf and grain leather.
FLEMING & Myers Co.
Livingston's Leading Dry Goods Store

Rocky Ledbetter killed when car turns over
Rocky Ledbetter, 22, died at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ledbetter, of Allons, at 10 o’clock Saturday night, as a result of injuries sustained when his car overturned on the highway between Livingston and Allons. According to witnesses, a front spindle of the car broke and sent the car rolling over several times. The youth was rushed to the office of Dr. Capps and Dr. Qualls, but treatment was futile. He was removed to the home of his parents. Besides his parents, he is survived by five brothers: Troy, Overton, Quitman, Joe, and Roy, and three sisters, Mrs. Overton Carr, Mrs. Billie Carr, and Miss Hazel Ledbetter. Burial was in the Allons Cemetery.

Bowden Produce Robbed
Sugar and other groceries to about $10 was taken from the Bowden Produce Company Saturday night by thieves who entered a front window after removing the pane.

Lincoln Huddleston, of Obey River, spent part of this week with his cousin, Oren Huddleston, of Copeland Cove.

Christene Keisling spent last week-end with her cousins, Pearl and Hassie Winton.

Scott Webb, of near Hartsville, visited Jess McCulley in Okolona last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. V. Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Franklin, of Crawford, were in Livingston Saturday.

Gladys Bowmer was in Twinton Monday.

Ocia Carrington is teaching at Crawford during the absence of her sister.

Clarence Wallace and Arzo Garrett have gone to Isolene to work.

Mr. and Mrs. Alves McCormick, of Flatt Creek, were in Hilham Monday afternoon.

Claude Daniels, of Paran, was in Livingston Sunday.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allred recently, a girl.

It is planned by some of the citizens of Oak Hill to have a 10-day singing school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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