May 13, 1933 to May 19, 1933
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Services held for tornado victims
Funeral services for Mr. and Mrs. Una Cole and seven children were
conducted Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Red Hill Cemetery. Mr. Cole
was a veteran of the World War and was wounded twice while in action
in France. The entire family of nine were buried in one grave. This
is the largest number ever to be buried in a single grave in this
section. Mr. Cole is survived by two brothers, A.P. Cole, of Lum,
Michigan, and J.H. Cole, of Oakley; and four sisters, Mrs. Laura
Taylor, Creston, Mrs. Eva Parsons, Crossville, Mrs. Meggie Winningham,
Cookeville, and Mrs. Susie Duncan, McMinnville. Mrs. Cole is survived
by her mother, Mrs. Martha Pryor, and several brothers and sisters.
Funeral services of Mrs. Mary Reeser and son-in-law, Edd Hopkins,
and her daughter, Barbara, were conducted Monday morning with burial
in the Beaty Cemetery. Mrs. Reeser is survived by four sons, Jasper,
Walter, Manson, and Ridley; and four daughters, Mrs. Belle Stewart,
Mrs. Rosetta Thomas, Mrs. Porter Reagan, and Mrs. Edd Hopkins. Besides
his wife, Mr. Hopkins is survived by three sisters and two brothers.
Funeral services for Huey Beaty were conducted Friday afternoon
with burial in Beaty Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Liza Beaty; one sister, Mrs. Ellen Cooper; and three brothers, Johnnie,
Arter, and Virgil.
Funeral services for Mrs. Ambrose King and daughter, Miss Eppie
King, and Ray Reagan were conducted at the Smith graveyard on Friday.
Miss King and Mr. Reagan were buried side by side as they were soon
to be married. Mrs. King is survived by her husband and the following
children, Allard, Oral, R.D., Ward, Aline, Ericilla, William, and
Mrs. Opal Reagan. Ray Reagan is survived by his paren
Funeral services for Hershel Phillips were conducted Thursday
at Bethsaida, and the funeral service of his sister, Estelle Phillips,
19, who died in a Nashville hospital Monday, were conducted at Poplar
Springs in the Second District Tuesday. They are survived by their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Phillips; two brothers, Clarence Lee and
Thurman; and two sisters, Arnia and Ozelle.
The funeral services of Mr. and Mrs. Boss Lacy, who lived on West
Fork in Pickett County, were conducted on Thursday. Mr. Lacy is
survived by his mother, Mrs. Frank Lacy; a sister, Mrs. Garfield
Robbins; and three brothers, Roscoe, Walter, and Clyde.
Funeral of M. Miller Allred, 69, was conducted on Thursday with
burial in the Allred graveyard. He is survived by his wife and four
sons, Corlo, Homer, Claude, and Garland, and two daughters, Mrs.
Jimbo Bibee and Mrs. Genie Bowers.
Overton County News
415 West Main Street
P.O. Box 479
Livingston, Tennessee 38570