November 16 - November 22, 1935
70 Years Ago In Overton County (from the files of the Overton County
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A show was at Plain Grove, Thursday night, “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”.
Everyone enjoyed it.
Miss Edna Keesling and Miss Leah Taylor spent Saturday night with
Miss Nellie Mullins.
A debate will be held at Plain Grove, Thursday night. Everybody
Miss Leah Taylor is staying with Mrs. Lester Winningham, who has
had her teeth pulled.
Miss Lois Bilbrey spent last week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W.C. Bilbrey.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jolly have named their little daughter Anna Sue.
Miss Bailey Spicer and Billy Copeland were married Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Jolley have named their little daughter Jacqueline.
Miss Ann Sells attended church at Antioch, Sunday.
President Roosevelt will be fifty-four years old on January 30
next, and once more the day will be marked in many cities and towns
by balls, the receipts from which will be devoted to the war on
infant paralysis. Mr. Roosevelt announced his approval of the plan,
which is fathered by Henry L.
Doherty. Doherty wrote to the President urging him to lend his
name to a third series of birthday balls. He pointed out that the
proceeds of the first ball enabled the Warm Springs Foundation in
Georgia to carry on its program and the second financed and organized
a major attack on the disease by research and provided funds for
communities in which the balls were held.
G.H. Dixon, of Monterey, was in town Wednesday on business.
Mrs. Baxter Smith is able to be out again after a few days illness.
Charles Barnes, of Mayland, is visiting his parents, S.B. Barnes.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Flowers visted relatives in Alpine Sunday.
Mrs. Joe Swallows was the guest of Mrs. John Little Tuesday night.
Miss Ostie Taylor was the dinner guest of Mr. Joe Dillon Friday.
Mrs. Alice Kimes, of near Monterey, was in town Friday on business.
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