February 4, 1933 to February 10, 1933
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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H.M. Mofield & Co.
Peaches, evaporated, fancy 5 lbs. 38¢
Prunes, large, meaty 5 lbs. 42¢
Soap, octagon, laundry, dozen 23¢
Green beans, large can 2 for 25¢
Hominy, large can 3 for 25¢
Rice, whole grain 4 lbs. 17¢
Tomatoes, No. 2 can 3 for 22¢
Cherries, red, sour, No. 2 can 12¢ ea.
Calumet baking powder 1 lb. can 20¢
Maxwell House coffee, 3 lbs. can 79¢
Cocoa, 2 lb. can 23¢
Peanut butter, quart jar 19¢
Pickles, quart jar, sour 15¢
Milk, Carnation, large can 3 for 23¢
Corn Flakes 2 for 15¢
Pork and beans, large can 3 for 20¢
Pineapple, sliced, Libby, No. 2 can 2 for 26¢
Corn syrup, gallon can 49¢
Meat, boiling 5¢/lb.
Navy beans, 10 lbs. 33¢
Grape Nut flakes 9¢
Wash boards 25¢
Mae McClain spent Tuesday with Eliza Daniels.
Charlie Thompson visited Clyde Grimsley Saturday.
Health in Paran is very good.
Dimple Thompson spent the week-end at home.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith, a boy, last week.
Bill Carr has been visiting Harris Copeland and family this week.
Belve Ledbetter was carried to the hospital at Lebanon Saturday.
Winfred Ryons was in Cookeville last week.
Bill Goggins was in Livingston last week.
Evelyn Murphy, of Icey Cove, is visiting her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Fletcher Bilbrey, of Okolona.
J.R. Qualls is confined to his room with the flu.
Mr. and Mrs. John Poore and daughter, Lola Mae, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Poore Sunday.
Doak Swallows, of Henard, spent last week-end with Herman Qualls.
Ezilee Brown, of Nashville, spent last week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Fate Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ramsey, of Happy Hollow, are the proud parents
of a baby girl.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hammock on January 20, a girl named
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