November 25 - December 1, 1933
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Blane Hill was called home from Cove Creek Sunday.
More than one-third of the road in Alpine has been graveled.
Genial Elizabeth Bullock, of Hilham, recently visited her cousin
Edith Carlock, of Ruth Chapel.
Mrs. Joe Bob Eldridge, who lives on the Fleming place, is in a
very serious condition with a very bad hand. She cut it just a little
some weeks ago, and it has inflamed and blood poison threatens to
set up. She has not slept any because of pain for several nights.
Claude Daniels spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson.
Dora and May Bledsoe, of Ruth Chapel, recently visited their sister,
Mrs. Richard Gore, and family at the Robert Carr place on Spring
Gieger Springs School is moving along nicely.
Mrs. Lum Fleming is perhaps but a little better.
Arthur Curtis, of Hardy's Chapel, and father-in-law of Rubin Moore,
who purchased the W.C. Murphy farm in Ruth Chapel, is moving some
of his products to it and will move his family up later.
Patsy Langford, of Holly Springs, is visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. Ollie Langford.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bob Collins have moved to Collins Cove.
John Jackson visited John Brown Sunday night.
Gaston Seiver spent the weekend with Cecil Holt.
Mabel Padgett has been very ill, but is better.
Edd Bilyeu, of Hilham, R.1, is building a new home for his grist
Uncle Monk Geesling is reported very ill. His wife seems to be
Amos Carmack is building a dwelling house on Eagle Creek.
Pearl Eldridge is real sick.
Betty Hudson and George Copeland went to Gainesboro last week,
where they were quietly married.
Turney Qualls, who had been confined to his room for several weeks,
was able to be out on his farm on Okolona one day last week.
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