December 7 - December 13, 1935
70 Years Ago In Overton County (from the files of the Overton County
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Posse Searches Woods For Miner's Murderer
With feeling running high here, Deputy Sheriff Robert Ledbetter
and posse took to the woods Wednesday armed with a warrant for the
arrest of a man believed to have been the slayer of Lawrence Winningham,
Winningham's body was found Tuesday morning. A shotgun, said to
have been borrowed by the man sought, was reported to have been
found near Winning-ham's body.
Wayne Ramsey has moved to his farm in Okolona.
Miss Eunetta Andrews of Rickman spent last week with Misses Ethelene
and Annadean Copeland.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Harris and daughters and Millard Harris of
Coal Creek have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Harris.
The Rev. H.C. Grieger, of near Alpine, preached here last Sunday.
Haskell Copper, of near Algood, visited Mr. and Mrs. Burr Qualls
Misses Ethelene Copeland and Erma Hammonds were joint hostesses
for a miscellaneous shower Saturday for Mrs. Will Carr who teaches
Rockford Spicer has moved from Burr Qualls' farm to Dr. Qualls'
John Dishman has moved to the house recently vacated by Andrew
Home Economics Club Held Meeting Recently
The Home Economics Club met to reorganize and officers were
elected as follows:
Ada Dean Brown, President, Ruth Crabtree, Vice President, Loverta
Lollar, Treasurer, and Jeannette Julian, Secretary.
The initiation was planned and those wishing to become members
met Monday night, Dec. 9th. There were 22 new members who were very
effectively initiated. The club was late in getting organized this
year but expects a successful year.
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