November 19, 1932 to November 25, 1932
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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W.H. Boswell was in Nashville last week.
J.B. Averette was in campaign last week.
G.C. Peek Jr. is out of school on account of illness.
Judge J.R. Hogue, of Hilham, was in Livingston on business.
Clarence Davis is visiting his brother, Oscar Davis, at Murfreesboro.
Mrs. Martha Fleming is much improved.
Mrs. M.F. Marcom and son, Tillman, were in Nashville last Friday
to see Mrs. MarcomÕs father, R.B. Arnold, who is in St. Thomas Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Lacy, of Monteagle, spent the weekend with Mrs.
Lacy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith, on East Main Street.
An earthworm, native to southeastern Australia, attains a length
of 10 to 20 feet and diameters of three-fourths of an inch.
T.E. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Houtchens, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Smith, Cecil Rowe, Blance Hinds, Tramel Hinds, Dr. and Mrs. C.H.
Dowell, Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Smith, Ira Speck, A.B. Qualls Jr., Haskell
Roberts, Enlo Speck, Mrs. D.D. Smith, Champ Clark, Jack Hargrove,
Moble and Sidney Bilbrey, Gradus Winningham, Bruce Estes, Mr. and
Mrs. Addison Bilbrey, and Dr. W.M. Breeding attended the UT-Vanderbilt
game last Saturday.
What will the chronic fault finder do to pass time in Heaven, if
he gets there?
Leo Franklin has returned to Detroit, where he has a job.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Moredock have rented an apartment from Mrs.
Uncle George Reagan has returned home from Cookeville Hospital.
Sidney Belton is slowly improving from an operation in Nashville.
Mrs. Oren B. Zachary is in Nashville for medical treatment.
J.M. Spurrier and family have moved to the Denton home on Daughtery
Willie "Judd" Cook has returned from a three-week visit
Overton County News
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