November 11 - 17, 1933
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Mrs. Laura Ova Thompson spent last week with Mrs. Horace Danner,
of Post Oak.
Dow Harp visited relatives in Nashville last week.
Miss Johnnie Pearl Jackson, who is ill with typhoid, is improving.
Tom Allred, of Allred, is much better.
ODD BUT TRUE Ð Beethoven invented syncopation or Jazz music.
Overton Hooks, 27, was killed Friday afternoon in Nashville when
he was struck by an automobile. Mr. Hooks was born and reared in
Overton County, being the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hooks, of near
Windle, in the Second District. Besides his parents, he is survived
by his wife, Mrs. Etta Mae Groce Hooks; five sisters, Mrs. Mary
Gilliam, Mrs. Martha Pigg, Edith, Myrtle, and Sylvia Hooks; five
brothers, Eugene, Benton, Henry, Willie, and Columbus Hooks. Burial
was Tuesday in the Spring Hill Cemetery.
L.A. Cafe Bring the family and guests for a wonderful THANKSGIVING
DINNER, 50¢ per plate. It will include all traditional trimmings,
including delicious turkey MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW!
ROOSEVELT WILL SPEND VACATION WITHIN 350 MILES
The community of Warm Springs, GA, will welcome President Franklin
D. Roosevelt November 18 without formal ceremony. Both Warm Springs
and the Warm Springs foundation, which Mr. Roosevelt founded for
treatment of victims of paralysis, wear an attitude of being glad
to welcome home a friend and neighbor, rather than one of excitement
over the arrival of the President of the United States. Warm Springs
is about 350 miles from Livingston, on a direct route from Atlanta
ODD BUT TRUE Ð The average telephone vocabulary is 700 words.
Health in Timothy is good.
Mr. and Mrs. Everette Smith, of Hilham, left Saturday for Detroit.
Miss Laura Eldridge attended the singing at New Liberty Saturday.
Jess Hooten visited Riley Richardson over the weekend.
Miss Valley Barlow is much improved.
Mrs. W.B. Qualls has been visited her mother, Mrs. J.P. Bilbrey.
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