February 11, 1933 to February 17, 1933
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Several cases of the measles and chicken pox are reported in Crawford.
Harris Copeland was in Livingston Tuesday.
Elzie Gore and family moved to a farm near Alpine Saturday.
Albert Nickens went to Crawford Tuesday.
Miles Livingston visited Mrs. Alba Livingston one day last week.
Issac Bowman was at Windle last week.
Henna Mae Matthews is on the sick list.
Garl Wolf is spending the week-end with his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. J.R. Qualls.
Little Charles Edward Oakley is sick with a cold.
Mrs. Joe Walker, of Celina, died February 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Zachery, of Hatcher Hall, spent Saturday night
with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. L.F. Zachery.
Delton Bilbrey's little son, who was burned in a grass fire last
week, is reported to be getting along nicely.
Edith Carmack visited Katie Johnson recently.
Edd Bilbrey is on the sick list.
Health in Happy Hollow is reported very good.
Mrs. T.D. Mainord visited Mrs. Willard Carter recently.
J.C. Carr is confined with painful rheumatism and cold.
Bert McCulley, of near the Hartsoe Cove, has moved into the house
with Joe Bob Poston and children.
Recent rains in Ruth's Chapel have filled the creek bottoms fuller
than in the last two years.
Eugene Carr spent last week at Clifty.
Albert Swallows is very low with pneumonia.
Uncle Scott Alred died Saturday, Feb. 11, and was buried near his
home in Copeland Cove Sunday. ¥ Eston Neely was at Windle this week
visiting his cousin, Olene Gore, and her husband.
M.H. Huddleston and sons, Alvin Houston and Haskell Ward, of Alpine,
spent the week-end with his brother, Oren Huddleston.
W.G. Davis is reported not much better.
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