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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Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Keisling and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keisling, of Hatcher
Hall, had as their guests last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Copeland,
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Keisling and children of Celina, Mrs. Saunders
Thurman, of Celina, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Bilbrey and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Brown, of Alpine, Mrs. Gaskell Webb and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Copeland and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Porter Carlock
and children, of Alpine.
Alma Qualls visited Lucile Bilbrey at Rickman Sunday.
Mrs. Sherlie Stockton, of Okolona, was in Livingston Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Ledbetter, of Crawford, announce the birth of
Ella Morgan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doc Morgan, married Fowler
Stewart at Albany, KY.
Supt. G.C. Peek and R.L. Leopard, principal at Rickman, visited
the school Tuesday.
W.B. Bledsoe has remodeled and covered his barn in Ruth's Chapel.
Mrs. Lou Myers recently visited her mother, Mrs. Mary G. Neely,
R.S. Masters, of near Hilham, spent the week-end with his son,
Joe Masters and family.
Mrs. P.W. Maynord, Mrs. E.T. Myers, and Mrs. J.S. Fleming visited
friends in Celina Sunday.
Harold Copeland is improving in a veteran's hospital in Memphis.
L.F. Myers, of Hardy's Chapel, is spending a few days with his
sisters, Julia and Nannie Myers, and brother, White Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts returned Monday to their home in Des
Moines, IA, after a few weeks visit with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C.A. Roberts at the Roberts Hotel.
C.C. Taylor was in Knoxville last Saturday.
James Howard and Albert Evans were in Lawrenceburg and Pulaski
the first of the week on business.
Miriam Bockman, of Sparta, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ray
Eastland and family of West Main Street.
Overton County News
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