November 23 - November 29, 1935
70 Years Ago In Overton County (from the files of the Overton County
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Funeral services for Mrs. Beulah Smith Maynord, 43, wife of Finis
Maynord, of the Willow Grove Community, who died in a Nashville
hospital on Friday, November 22, after a long illness of heart ailment,
were conducted on Sunday by Dr. Edward Clark at the Willow Grove
Church of Christ, with burial in the St. John's Cemetery. Surviving
besides her husband are four sons, Clyde, Ray, Horace, and Eddie
Maynord; her mother, Mrs. Celina Arms, and one brother. She had
been a member of the Church of Christ for many years.
Several were present for Sunday School last Sunday at Mt. Gilead.
Ike Masters is having a chimney built.
F.M. Lea was the dinner guest of Gentry Nivens Sunday.
Audley Masters spent the week-end with homefolks.
Velma Davis, James Davis, Sylvia Franklin, A.B. Carmack, Lucille
Davis, Audley Masters, Parker Nivens, and Leo Livingston visited
Ina Nivens, Sunday afternoon and made pictures.
A very good crowd was present for the quarterly meeting held Saturday
at Mt. Gilead.
Arvle Franklin spent the week-end with homefolks.
John Dennis has returned from Clinton, Tenn., where he has been
Bill Coleman and mother, of this place and Miss Ina Ruth Grimley
of Willow Grove, visited at Old Hickory, Saturday.
Bush Smith visited Willard and Thomas Conner, Friday night.
General Jackson was in Livingston, Thursday on business.
Mrs. Lillie Marcom and Mrs. Myrtle Capley of Willow Grove, visited
E.S. Sells and family Sunday.
J.P. Dennis, who has been sick for some time, is no better.
S.E. Garrett and Ed Coleman were in Willow Grove, Friday on business.
Minor Coleman, of Willow Grove, spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Coleman.
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