November 24-November 30, 1934
70 Years Ago In Overton County (from the files of the Overton County
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Real Estate Transfers
S.R. Peterman to Walter Wilson; B.L. McDonald and wife to Ben Newberry;
George M. Phillips and wife et al to Dollie R. Stephens; W.R. Bomer
and wife to S.J. Jones and wife; Dave Smith to Hershel Smith; M.G.
Wells to Martha Wells, et al; E.D. White, trustee, etc., to S.F.
Johnson; M.J. Christian to Joe Bob Poston; M.B. Smith et al to A.H.
Smith; J.B. Hastings et all to W.B. Hastings, et al; Ella Carr to
S.F. Johnson; G.W. Danner to S.C. Davis; John A. Hargtove and wife
to Mrs. Eula M. Arnold; and T.P. Allen to Mrs. Vernie West.
F.K. Carter and Audie Coffee; Haywood Turner and Mae Swan; Jimmie
Lee Dillon and Goldie Mae Ashburn; Daniel G. Webb and Myrtle Reed;
James A. Bowman and Zina Lee Hix; Level Robbins and Gertrude Bilyeu;
Henry Copeland and Dollie Bilbrey; Mack Hammock and Gladys Sells;
Allie T. Rodgers and Fannie Belle Matthews; Henry Poston and Maude
Benson; Robert Copeland, colored, and Minnie D. Myers, colored;
Howard McDonald and Myrtle Carr; and J.H. Wright and Nola Marie
Young Bandits get $6,000 in Raid on Bank on Woodbury
Quartet, Armed with Sawed-off Shotguns, Stage Daring Holdup
Herd Trio unto Vault
Using sawed-off shotguns, four young bandits heldup the Commerce
Union Bank at Woodbury at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday morning and escaped
with around $6,000 in cash.
The quartet enter the bank saying "stick 'em up quick".
One of the men went behind the cage and locked the three employees,
S.B. Hawkins, Morton McMurray, and Charles Hawkins in the vault
with the lattice door while the other men held guns on them.
The three escaped in time to see a sedan car with Georgia license
plate speed toward Manchester.
A small amount of money in a box at the window was overlooked
by the robbers.
The bank is fully covered by burglar insurance and the depositors
will suffer no loss whatsoever.
Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Roberts were in town Saturday.
"Limehouse Blues" with George Raft at Dixie on December
3 and 4.
Odell Clark is suffering with the flu.
Vincent Hargis, of Steel Bridge, was transacting business in Livingston
Luke West, who operates a school bus out of Rickman, was in town
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Carr have been with her father, Alex Verble,
84, of Algood, who has been sick, for some days.
Millard Day is moving to the Mike Hardy farm.