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70 Years Ago


October 7-13, 1933
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)

For more information on 70 years ago contact Bob at bobncl@hotmail.com


Oval Flatt, 16, son of Dillard Flatt, died at his home in North Livingston on Tuesday night, October 10, after an illness of some two weeks.
Besides his father, he is survived by one sister, Gladys Flatt, and several half brothers and half sisters. His mother died some thirteen years ago. Funeral services were conducted at Camp Ground.

The sap of the coconut tree yields a sweet wine.

James Hooten returned from Missouri Tuesday.

T.P. Allen, Hilham R.1, has bought a tractor and is plowing wheat.

Modeen Jones spent last week with home folks.

Pearl Little, of Allons, attended the Chicago fair last week.

Mrs. Bill Pennington is on the sick list with malaria fever.

Lola Swift spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Clio Cole.

Cleo Winningham was in Celina last Sunday.

A pie supper will be held at Allons Friday night, October 20. Everybody come and bring your pocketbook.

Mazie Vaughn visited Ora Mae Barlow Sunday.

Good meals for 25˘ each. Good beds for 50˘ each at The Brown Hotel.

Special Cheese Sale H.M. Mofield & Co.
Cheese, Kraft, lb. 16˘
Bubbling Over Coffee, lb. can 25˘
O.K. Soap, lb. bars 7 for 29˘
Oats, large box, cup, and saucer 19˘
Beans, Great Northern 10 lbs. for 55˘
Grapes, California 3 lbs. for 25˘
Rice, whole grain 4 lbs. for 19˘
Side meat, lb. 10˘
Smoked strip meat, lb. 10˘
Chunk meat, white, lb. 8˘
Pineapple, sliced, No. 2 can 2 for 25˘
Hominy, large can 3 for 25˘
Cocoa, HersheyŐs, 1-lb. can 19˘
Table salt, 5c package 2 for 5˘
Washing powder, Star Naptha... 3 for 10˘
Milk, large can 3 for 22˘
Oats, Gold Medal 4 for 25˘
Strained tomatoes, for cooking 3 cans for 10˘
Beans, pinto 10 lbs. for 60˘
fresh supply prunes, apricots, peaches Oranges, doz. 30˘
Breakfast bacon, piece, lb. 15˘

Roy Smith spent Thursday night with Doy Maynard.

Mrs. Tom Neal, of Okolona, is out again.

Hassie Winton has been visiting Anice Clark for the past few days.




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