March 11, 1933 to March 17, 1933
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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M.F. Marcom and Cecil Windle were in Gainesboro Saturday.
Mrs. L.N. Oakley, of Booz, is visiting her son, R.B. Oakley, and
Mrs. Frank Goolsby and daughter, Ruth, of Algood spent the week-end
with relatives in Livingston.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Gray, of Cookeville, were in Overton County
Tuesday to see their grandmother, Mrs. Jesse A. Barnes, who is very
Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Copeland and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Copeland visited
Mrs. Copeland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Keisling, at Hatcher
Hall, last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Arnold were in Willow Grove Tuesday.
Gladys and Lee Wiggins spent last week-end in Chattanooga.
Wheeler Harp, of Paran, returned from Nashville recently.
Dimple Thompson is visiting home folks.
Pie supper at Wirmingham Saturday night.
Fred McDonald was in Redbanks last Saturday.
Esther Jones and Chester Flowers, of Wirmingham, were in Okolona
and Taylor's Crossroads, Saturday.
Frank Flowers, of Redbanks is on the sick list.
Clovis Smith was in Monroe Saturday.
Uncle Johnny Hill is improving.
Maxine Garrett, the little daughter of Mrs. Ova Garrett, is seriously
Carmon Scott, Velvo Story, Cecil Flowers, and Ostie Story attended
the singing at Jay Flatt, Sunday.
Hayes and George Koger, of Alpine, were in Livingston Tuesday.
A large crowd attended the graduation at Hanging Limb Wednesday
Quite a few people in Cookeville R7 are busy planting their gardens
Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Pressley, of Hartsoe Cove, are the proud parents
of a baby boy.
Mrs. Oren Huddleston and Mrs. Jim Crabtree visited Mrs. Amon Speck
Dewey Crawford visited his sister, Mrs. J.W. Brown, last week.
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