martin overholser 1896 hazel green school article

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martin overholser 1896 hazel green school article - Mrs. Millard then read a beautiful poem written...
Mrs. Millard then read a beautiful poem written by Mrs. Lucy Crouch Battis of Denser, after which Martin .Overholser. eighty-seven years old, sang a song. As the venerable old man raised his wonderful, voice and sang, scarcely an eye in the audionce failed to glimmer and scarcely a heart but eaug the chorus with him: "How sweet it will be On that beautiful shore Where there is no sorrow and pain, With songs on our lips and with palms in our hands To meet one another again." Martin Overholeer is the father of J. P. Overholser of Sterling, and has a rich and sweat voice. -He la the headof'a ifluBical family. "The best thing about the old school," he said,

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  1. Sterling Daily Gazette,
  2. 20 Aug 1896, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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