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70 Years Ago

May 2, 1936 to May 8, 1936


Marriage Licenses issued during April
Twelve marriage licenses were issued by H.C. Swallows, county court clerk, for the month of April.

They are as follows:
Jimmie Hall and Jossie Bilbrey, Sherman Lane and Maggie Jones, Truman Hawkins and Lillie McClain, John Kirby and Alma Benson, Turner Upton and Ostie Gunnels, Herman Copeland and Stella Gore, J.H. Neely and Hallie Bledsoe, Dolphus Romines and Zenovia Phillips, Miles McClain and Odell Neely, Arnold Almonrode and Inez Garrett, Herman Allen and Lillian Bennett, and Lonnie Ledbetter and Myrtle Payton.

Funeral Services held for Elijah Gore, 17
Elijah Gore, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Gore, of near Livingston, died at his home on Thursday, April 30, after a brief illness of pneumonia.

Besides his parents, he is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Mavine Pierce, Mrs. Ora Sidwell, and Mrs. Mary Lizzie Cravens.

Funeral serivces were conducted on Friday with burial in the Ledbetter cemetery on Eagle Creek. H.A. Sells opens new grocery store.

H.A. Sells has opened a new grocery store
H.A. Sells has opened a new grocery store in the building formerly occupied by the Vess Maynord Grocery and wil handle a line of staple and fancy groceries and feeds. Mr. Sells also operates a grist mill in an adjoining room in the same building.

The grocery room has been remodeled and repainted. Mr. Maynord has moved his stock of groceries to the West Side Cafe on the west side of the public square.

Biggest steer will be exhibited in Texas
A steer weighing more than a ton and a half wil be exhibited at the $25,000,000 Texas Centennial Exposition which opens here June 6.

"Big Jim" once owned by the late Will Rogers, is said to be the biggest steer in the world. He weighes 3,100 pounds, stands five feet four inches at the withers and is ten feet long from head to tail.

 

Services held for Mrs. Addie C. Mullins
Mrs. Addie Clark Mullins died at her home near Oakley, on Friday, May 8th, at 4 p.m. after a brief illness.

She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Alice Hunnels Clark; two daughters, Mrs. Hall Jolly and Miss Alice Mullins; a son, Charles Mullins; three sisters, Mrs. Fount Arney of Willow Grove, Mrs. J.H. Murphy, and Mrs. S.B. Harward, of Livingston; and two brothers, W.D. Clark of Livingston and Turney Clark of near Oakley.

Funeral services were conducted on Saturday at 10:00 a.m., with burial in the Lillydale cemetery.

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