April 7 - 13, 1934
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Stanley Hall, of Cedar Grove, spent Tuesday night
with Reece West.
Mrs. Mercer Jones was in Livingston Monday.
Estie Holman spent Easter with home folks.
Farmers in Ozone are planting potatoes.
Georgia Daniels and Lucy Paul were married Sunday.
Mrs. C.A. Sells is on the sick list.
Bill Buford has put a stock of goods in the old Clark
store house at Independence. Atwell Bilbrey is clerk at the new
Mrs. M.M. Allred is visiting her sister, Mrs. J.W.
Delmas Upton and Maurine Remington were married Saturday.
Raymond Burchett has the measles.
Wouldn't it be nice if the weather was always as pleasant
as a candidate for office?
Claude Cantrell is visiting his uncle, Lee Poston.
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Lee A. Breeding and son, Billie Burks, are spending
a few days with relatives.
Robert Lollar is visiting her sister, Mrs. George
Coffman this week in Nashville.
Mrs. Claude Robbins and baby, of Monroe, visited her
aunt, Mrs. Fannie Ledbetter, Saturday.
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The Harding Studio
Tilbert French, of Eagle Creek, was in town last
week on business.
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