April 29, 1933 to May 5, 1933
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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April Marriage Licenses
Grady Webb and Elise Bennett; Charlie Norris and Vilzie Starr; Clyde
Bilbrey and Mattie McDonald; Willie Bumbalough and Ona Harris; Edmond
Mathis and Sarah Nation; Walter Hancock and Veachel Beaty; and A.C.
Pate and Bertha Rogers. Beautifying square Work began Monday to
clean the Courtyard, plant grass in the enclosure, and build concrete
walls around the building.
Freeman Jones, of Crawford, spent Thursday night with his brother.
Boots Threat, of Twinton, was in Crawford Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgbert Boles, of Holly Springs, are the proud parents
of a baby girl, Lizzie Ruth.
Vonda Ogletree visited her cousin, Luray Fleming, recently.
Mrs. Mary Poston, of Smith's Chapel, is on the sick list.
A.R. Carmack is better.
People in Timothy are busy planting corn.
John Matthews, of Rickman, is very ill.
Dorothy West, daughter of Wilse West, left Sunday for Detroit,
where she was married to Carlos Reynolds Thursday.
James Taylor and wife, of Hilham, R.1., are the proud parents of
another girl, who made her arrival the 17th of April.
Mr. and Mrs. Fowler Crawford and little daughter Henrietta and
Lois Bowers, of Windle, visited Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Carmack, of
Smith's Chapel, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Flatt and son spent Saturday night with Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Young, near Sulphur.
Ellar Smith spent Sunday with home folks.
Durell Hunter, who is attending, T.P.I., spent the week-end at
Lorene Holman visited relatives at Allons over the week-end.
Hail damaged early crops in Paran.
Mrs. Andrew Bilbrey is ill.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Matthews, of Okolona, a baby boy, May
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