November 5, 1932 to November 11, 1932
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Roosevelt Wins In Landslide
Declared Most Sweeping Victory in U.S. History
President Herbert Hoover was swamped under a sweeping landslide
of votes for Franklin D. Roosevelt in Tuesday’s voting and wired
his opponent congratulations on his victory. Hoover got small majorities
in Maine, Connecticut, Delaware, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and
Vermont. Roosevelt had overwhelming majorities in all the southern
states as they returned in their traditional "solid" fold.
Mrs. Belle Hawkins, 68, wife of William C. Hawkins, of the Third
District of Overton County, died at her home, one mile south of
Hilham Tuesday of flu and complications after an illness of about
a week. Besides her husband, Mrs. Hawkins is survived by nine daughters
and one son as follows: Mrs. J.R. Carmack, Mrs. W.L. Willeford,
Mrs. Awse Fleming, Mrs. Thomas Boyd, Mrs. Melvel Lacy, Mrs. Rancy
Garrett, Mrs. Wiley Gore, and Mrs. Ben Ogletree, all of Overton
County, and Mrs. Earl Young, of Molton, AL, and Charlie Hawkins.
She is also survived by two brothers, Jim and Joe Upton, and two
sisters, Mrs. Jonah Howard, of Overton County, and Mrs. Zeda Garret,
of Celina. She is also survived by a large number of grandchildren.
Burial was in the Hilham Cemetery.
Haskell Smith has moved back to his farm in Greenbrier.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mayberry are the proud parents of a big boy,
born November 1.
Johnnie Coffman has moved to the Jim Brady farm.
Mrs. Ruthy Phillips is on the sick list.
Marriage licenses issued by W.H. Boswell, clerk, for October are:
G.W. Hechathorn and Delsie Spicer; Clyde Maynord and Sallie Martin;
Floyd Bilbrey and Bessie Brown; H.M. Vaughn and Ova Dennis; Carson
Whited and Ida Owens; B.C. Hood and Carrie Brown; W.T. Jackson and
Gertrude Cooper; Boe Stewart and Belle Reeser; and Albert Lollis
and Marjorie Copeland.
Mrs. Huey Little is visiting Mrs. Alonzo Robbins in Monroe.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reagan, of Monroe, were in Cookeville last week.
Lester Cole visited his uncle, Una Cole, recently.
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