January 28, 1933 to February 3, 1933
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Eliza Wilburn is out of school on account of illness.
Mrs. Nell Kimes is the guest of Mrs. Haskell McCormick.
Johnny Clark Jr., who has been sick some time, is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vaughn have moved to their farm near Henard.
Chat Garrett, of Cedar Grove, was in Livingston Tuesday.
Among those who attended the singing convention at Monterey Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Swallows, Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Smith, B.B. Ledbetter,
W.H. Winningham, Vela and Sada Ledbetter, Elise West, Hallie Poston,
Bruce McDonald, C.D. Mitchell, and Mr. and Mrs. Bush Taylor.
George Boswell, who has been seriously ill, is reported no better.
Lizzie Richardson, of Alpine, is in serious condition.
Chambers Ramsey, of Crawford, was in Livingston on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Dale, of Nashville, visited Mr. Dale’s uncle,
Haskell, and Mrs. McCormick Saturday.
C.C. Gore and Fred White were in Crossville on business this week.
Hoy Ledbetter is out of school on account of illness.
Hassell Carmack, of Hilham, has moved into the house recently vacated
by Clay Bowers.
Edward Mayfield, County Superintendent of Clay County, visited
his aunt, Mrs. Lena Thomas, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burns have recently recovered from the flu.
Mrs. Ruth White has been suffering with a toothache.
Charlie Stover left last week for Chattanooga.
Allene Garrett visited her aunt, Mrs. Roy Carr, last week.
Hugh Hall and Herman Spicer went to Webb Springs Sunday.
Madge Benson visited Rickman High School Monday.
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