October 29, 1932 to November 4, 1932
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Mrs. C.D. Mitchell and Mrs. Ray Eastland entertained with a masquerade
party Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Eastland on West Main Street.
Guests were: Anna and Janie Sue Maynord, Marie Oakley, Elizabeth
Eastland, James Lane Maynord, Charlie Jones Cullum, Bill John Howard,
Dick Mitchell, R.B. and L.E. Oakley, Billie Story, and Doak and
Rebecca Taylor spent the week-end with her uncle, Dr. W.A. Howard
Sarah Garrett, a student at TPI, spent the week-end with Ova Copeland.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Speck and son, Enloe, spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Looper.
Among those who attended the democratic meeting at Cookeville
Monday were: Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Oakley, Mrs. Crate Higgins, Mrs.
P.H. Windle, J.M. Garrett, E.C. Stockton, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Officer,
and Miss Rose Hart Dale.
Mr. and Mrs. L.P. Jernigan announce the birth of a boy.
Minnie Taylor is suffering with a bad foot.
C.C. Walter was in Nashville on business last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rooker Jones announce the birth of a boy.
J.R. Copeland was in Nashville last Sunday to see his niece, Mrs.
Mabel McDonald, who is very ill in the St. Thomas Hospital.
Emmit Keesling, of Hatcher Hall, visited his sister, Mrs. E.M.
Ben Hunt, Oren Zachery, and Dr. and Mrs. L.F. Zachery were in Jamestown
Clyde Boatman, of Brotherton, spent Monday night with Dennis McClain.
Gaskell Warren visited Otha Haney, of Paran, Sunday.
Miss Dimple Thompson, of Cookeville, spent the week-end at home.
Miss Jessie Lee, of Bethlehem, spent Saturday night with Miss Flossie
Charles Norris, of Alpine, has moved to the Clark property.
Enloe Speck was in Nashville last Saturday.
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