September 7 - September 13, 1935
70 Years Ago In Overton County (from the files of the Overton County
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Notice to all Hunters & Sportsmen
Notice is given from the state department of game conservation
that the law requiring that all pump and automatic shotguns be plugged
so that no more that three shots can be made will be enforced beginning
September 1st. Orley Warren, District Game Protector
Mrs. Rachel Owen, Mr. and Mrs. John Little attended the Cookeville
Willard Whittaker and D.S. Hamilton went to Fayetteville for the
Misses Loise and Clarice Qualls entered school at Milligan College
Dudley White and family, of Knoxville, were here visiting relatives
Turley Oakley left Sunday for Milligan College, where he will enter
Rev. and Mrs. R.B. White are here visiting Mrs. A.J. Taylor and
Mrs. Mike Brown and Mrs. Belle Brown visited relatives at Crossville
Miss Lucille Sewell left Thursday for Berea, KY, where she will
A.R. Linder, of Alpine, was transacting business in Livingston
Mrs. Rudolf McCoin, of Gainesboro, is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. C.E. Snodgrass and son are visiting her daughter, Mrs. Cato
Harry Davis and J.C. Beevers, of Cookeville, were in town Tuesday
Mrs. Bob Vaughn was taken to Nashville for medical treatment on
Misses Callie and Edna Myers, of Windle, visited friends in Livingston
You will find Bell Brand Guitar Strings 60¢ a set at Young's Variety
Dr. and Mrs. Bowell, of Tampa, Fla., visited her aunts, the Misses
Myers, last week.
Crate Higgins, of Jackson, Tenn., spent the week-end with Mrs.
Higgins and Donald.
Misses Elise and Ruth Hines left Friday for Berea, KY, where they
will enter school.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith, of Monroe, have returned from a week's
visit in Chattanooga.
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Overton County News
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P.O. Box 479
Livingston, Tennessee 38570