December 17, 1932 to December 23, 1932
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Leta Jane, three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Allred,
died Saturday, Dec. 3, of pneumonia fever and was buried at Shiloh
Mrs. Frederick Bilbrey visited Mrs. Oren Huddleston one evening
Aunt Millie Gore is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Shirley Carr.
Alma Howard spent Friday night with Miss Odell Gibbons at Rickman.
Elbert and Agbert Hood, of Crawford, were in town Sunday.
O.N. Coleman, of Monroe, was in Kentucky last week.
Amp Hill is spending a few days with his nephew, Virgil Smith,
near Gunter Town.
Jim King was seen in Wirmingham Monday.
Leland Allred is suffering with a mashed finger.
Chester Flowers and Obert Booher were in Boom Saturday afternoon.
John Taylor, of Byrdstown, went to Jamestown last week.
Sallie May Copeland was in town Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Greene have moved from Lebanon to Okolona.
Lester Flatt is visiting his brother, Andrew.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Silas Miller, November 30, a boy.
Edgar Dishman and Bill Lynn left for Detroit Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Pennington had a new member added to their
Camel Hawkins will move where Ike Haney now lives and Hayney will
occupy the home vacated by Hawkins.
A.B. Carmack and W.M. Loftis are on the sick list.
Sam Johnson and family visited Bud Geesling last week-end.
Oak Grove School is preparing for a Christmas program.
Benton McDonald has moved on Everett Ferrell's place.
R.L. Gore is in town.
Sam Copeland is moving from the Allred farm to Eastport.
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