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Archives 10-26-2005

70 Years Ago

 

October 19 - October 25, 1935
70 Years Ago In Overton County (from the files of the Overton County Library)

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Senior Class Sponsors Halloween Carnival
The Senior Class is sponsoring a Halloween Carnival Saturday night, Oct. 26. Each class and organization will have various booths to pay for their page in the annual. An admission of 10 cents will be charged at the door. Most of the merchants will give valuable prizes. Then prizes will be given for the prettiest costume, most orginal costumes, and the best masked person. Everyone will be eligible for the prizes. There will be a free program in the gymnasium which will be filled with an hour and a half of amusement.

The following firms are giving these prizes:

L. and M. Drug Store, box of candy; Fleming and Myers, man's necktie;, West Side Cafe, steak dinner; Arnold Hardware Co., aluminum kettle; Overton County Fruit Market, basket of fruit; Palace Barber Shop, hair cut; Speck Bros. Hardware, broom; Tenn. Electric Power Co., prize; H.M. Mofield, bag of sugar; B. and O. Drug Co., fountain pen; Taylor and Holman, boy's or man's cap; McDonald's Grocery, 12 lb. bag of flour; Jenkins and Darwin, pair hose; Variety Store, scarf; and Smith and Holman, pair of socks.

The prizes will be on display at each of these firms.

 

Robert Lee Dale, aged 54, a well known wholesale grocery merchant of Celina, and one of Clay county's most prominent business men and highly esteemed citizens, died on last Saturday, at his home in Celina, following an illness of several weeks. He was well known in Cookeville, where he had numerous relatives and a large number of friends. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at the Church of Christ, in Celina, of which he was an active member. The services at the cemetery in Celina were conducted by the Masons, several masonic lodges participating in the service.

 

Friends should be very delicate and careful in administering pity as medicine when enemies use the same article as poison.
J.F. Buyers

 

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