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Archives 06-23-2004

70 Years Ago

 

June 16 - 22, 1934
70 Years Ago In Overton County (from the files of the Overton County Library)

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Simm Pharris has a sick boy.

T.P. Allen and Will West went to Cookeville last week.

Bradford Bennett has been in Portland picking strawberries.

Lucile Swallows and Dillis E. Benson were married June 11.

Work On Courthouse To Start In Two Weeks
TERA Approves Project to complete Structure's Remodeling
To Spend about $5,000

Administrator Cecil Rowe, of the Overton County TERA, has announced that the Livingston Courthouse will be completed as planned when work was started by the CWA last winter. Work of completing the remodeling will begin in about two weeks, he said, and will require about six weeks for completion. M.H. Hankins will have charge of construction. The Courthouse, to be one of the most beautiful in the Upper Cumberland when completed, is being completely overhauled and remodeled inside, and vaults are being installed in every office for the safety of county records. A larger and better arranged courtroom will be one of the features of the new courthouse. The remodeling will be completed at a cost of about five or six thousand dollars, Mr. Rowe said. The TERA has also approved a project at Hilham school house.

Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Maynord have installed a new bathroom. Bald-Headed Man: "You say this is a good hair tonic?" Drug Clerk: "Very good. We had a customer who removed the cork from the bottle with his teeth and the next day he had a mustache."

Born to Mr. and Mrs. K.D. Laycock, June 13, a baby girl, Velesta May.

Alma Qualls went shopping in Cookeville Tuesday.

Reba Duke spent Friday night with her sister, Mrs. Hubert Fleming.

Lucille Davis visited Eliza Reed Tuesday afternoon.

Mrs. Enloe Speck, of Algood, is visiting Mrs. W.R. Officer.

Mrs. L. Dale and Mrs. Edd Fowler, of Celina, were in town recently.

Mrs. Dean Wheat, of Oakley, is in town.

Duval Thomas went to Indiana and Illinois last week.

Mrs. Crate Higgins was in Nashville last week.

Arnold Sells, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sells, of Ozone, who has been sick, is no better.

Ira Reagan was in town last week.

 

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