February 25, 1933 to FMarch 3, 1933
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Alma D. Reed is reported better.
Henry Murphy was in Cookeville Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Bowers, of Shiloh, were in Livingston last week.
L.N. Oakley, of Booze, spent the week-end with his parents.
Aunt Mary McCormick is very sick at her home on high street.
Porter Taylor, of Byrdstown, was in Livingston this week.
Little Joe Pat Qualls is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mitchell at
Stanley and Ralph Dillon spent the week-end with Ostie and Minnie
Mounc Crawford, of Hardy’s Chapel, was in Livingston Wednesday.
Millard Vaughn Oakley, who has been quite sick, is reported better.
Mrs. W.C. Officer, of Monterey, was the week-end guest of her sister,
Mrs. Roy J. Smith. Miss Dona Jones, of near Oak Grove, died Monday
night. Her father died two weeks ago.
Mrs. Joe Sells, of Independence, is spending a few days with her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lymon Sells.
Beulah Bilbrey, student of Livingston Academy, spent the week-end
with her mother, near Booz.
Valentine McCormick, of Okolona, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary
McCormick, who is very sick.
Mrs. J.A.M. White attended the funeral of her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Maffet E. West, at Double Springs.
Mrs. Jessie Barnes is dangerously ill at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. John A. Miller, on East Main Street.
Esq. C.H. Maddux and Mr. and Mrs. Sherlie Sullivan and son, of
Bethlehem Community, are taking the Pasteur treatment after coming
in contact with a rabid cow.
Conger Santo Players coming to the Dixie Theater week of March
6. Drama, comedy, Vandeville, mirth, melody, and music.
Martin Flowers, of near Eagle Creek, died a few days ago.
Dewey Bilbrey, of Meigs County, was in Sulphur last week to be
with his mother, Mrs. Houston Bilbrey, who is very ill.
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