March 24- March 30, 1934
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Mrs. Pearlie Richardson is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Waldon Paul are the proud parents of
a baby girl.
Billie Smith is not improving.
Martha Garrett visited Mrs. Mary Katherine Whited
Durelle Hunter has returned home from T.P.I.
Una Gray and Gaston McCulley visited their grandmother,
Mrs. Alba Livingston, last week.
The ten-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nelson died
Mrs. Georgie Richardson and family and Mr. and Mrs.
I.V. Stover left last week for Florida.
Vertice Allred visited Nora and Bertha White Sunday.
Jim Garrett, 63, died Friday night at his home on
Eagle Creek. He is survivied by his wife, Mrs. Malissie Garrett,
two daughters, and six grandchildren. He was buried Sunday in the
Uncle John Vaughn entertained the young folks with
a musical last week.
Oscar Crabtree has measles.
Mrs. Grant Huddleston and daughter, Minnie, spent
last week with her son, Oren Huddleston.
Dewey Ledbetter is conducting a singing at Freedonia.
Logan Boles reports a new baby girl at his house.
J.H. Miller was in Joppa Sunday.
A.C. Cuningham is having a fruit and potato house
Joe Gore and family, of Anderson, IN, visited with
Mrs. Gore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.O. Carmack, last week.
Pearl Bilyeu and Hanson Carr are in T.P.I.
Farmers in Hilham are looking forward to favorable
weather to sow seed, plant potatoes, and prepare corn land.
Construction on Flatt Creek Bridge, at Brown's Store,
is in progress.
William Isaac Robbins, of Alpine, who has had pneumonia,
Mrs. Halile Webb has joined her husband, Jack Webb,
at Cove Creek.
Overton County News
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