Files from Yesteryear: 1951


From the Files of 1951:

Who Visited Whom?

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swan and family and Mr. and Mrs. A.Q. Vaughn and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I.A. Vaughn, in Addison, on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sewell and daughter, of Texas City, Texas, visited Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Caudell and other friends and relatives this weekend.

Valley Grove News

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tucker,  of Sumiton and girls, of Rocky Branch, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Lynn and Wayne.

Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Kelso and children, of Decatur, spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller.

Mrs. Willie Knight and boys spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Milton  Allred, of Brushy Pond.

Mr. and Mrs. J.U. Keeton and  Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Fontaine and  children, of Lawley, Mrs. Dorothy Foster and baby, of Brent, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Davenport  and  family,  of  Beech Grove,

W.D. Knight, of Brushy Pond and Reverend Walter Coleman, of Blossburg, spent  Sunday  with  Reverend   and  Mrs. D.H. Davenport.

Concord News

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brown, of Birmingham, spent Saturday night here with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Latham.

Mr. and Mrs. John Tillman and Mr. and Mrs. Mandel Wright were the visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Wright, on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Minton and Margean, of Birmingham, spent the weekend with friends and relatives.

W.H. Pike returned home on Saturday, after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Boyd, in Ashland.

Pentecost News

Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Freeman, of Birmingham, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Whitworth.

Mrs. Codell Allen and Mrs. Etoy Bryant and babies visited Mr. and Mrs. Devere Holloway, on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Bitts Oliver and family, of Anniston, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Screws.

Mr. and Mrs. Colman Swann and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Oliver visited the ladies parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pick Sharp, on Sunday.

Mount Herman News

Mrs. Talmadge Harper spent Thursday with Mrs. Ellenburgh.

Mrs. Eda Harper and daughter and Mrs. Alton Narrel, from Eddy, spent Friday with Clara Solley.

Mrs. N.G. Hyatt and Janet spent Saturday in Cullman.

Charline Eason has had a serious case  of the mumps, but is some better.

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Head spent Saturday night with his sister, Mrs. Euell Screws.

Mr. and Mrs. N.G. Hyatt went to Rice Schoolhouse, near Arab, to the homecoming singing, on Sunday.

Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Hemrick were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hemrick and family, Mrs. Odis Lenderman, Mr. and Mrs. Ulden  Reynolds  and  family  and  Mr.  and Mrs.N.G. Hyatt.

Berlin News

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wallace and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yarbrough and children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aderhold and little daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Buell Eidson, all of Birmingham, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carter and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Eula Eidson, of Cullman and  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bates, of Decatur, all visited the E.L. Jones, recently.

Mrs. Marvin Clark is able to walk a little, by holding to her bed.

Mrs. Venur Clark has returned to Cullman. She had been staying at the Marion Clarks’ to nurse Mrs. Clark.

W.E. Goggins, who works in Birmingham, was home last weekend.


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