April 14 - 20, 1934
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Mrs. Will Smith and daughter, Veo, spent Friday night
with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smith.
Mrs. Frank Abner is visiting her sister, Mrs. Elbert
Barlow, of Allons.
Oscar Crabtree was at Amon Speck's Tuesday.
Curtis Kimes and son, Clyde, of Mexico, were in the
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Allred have moved into their new
Oren Huddleston was in town on Monday on business.
Cecil Deck and Aaron McDowell have work at Cove Creek.
Uncle Bill Pitman is very sick.
Clarance Copeland is back at T.P.I.
Singing at Palestine last Friday was a success.
Mrs. Sina Wood, of Byrdstown, is visiting relatives
Thurman Peterman visited friends in Monroe Sunday.
Aunt Mary Cole is reported no better.
The Alpine sophomore class, sponsored by Prof. Benton
Cantrell and Miss Brown, made a trip to Knoxville Saturday.
The children of Ross Smith have measles.
Mr. and Mrs. Stevie Bilbrey spent Sunday night with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Polk Bilbrey.
Nellie Thompson and Ninse Maynord were married in
Detroit April 8.
Lucile Davis recently spent two weeks with her aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Buck, near Hilham.
Booze Nivens and family have moved to Garfield Masters'
farm near Mt. Gilead.
Dewey Carr, of West Fork, was in the Cove Monday on
Ermon Almonrode, of near Fredonia, has moved on Gullet
Mountain to the Hershel Almonrode place.
Mrs. Walter Bilbrey and sons, Joe, James, John, and
Billy Gray, visited Mr. and Mrs. Oren Huddleston Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Ernest Reed visited her mother, Mrs. John Kirby,
who is real sick, Monday.
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