From the Files of 1930:
Larkin Yates has left for school at Jacksonville.
Lee Holmes was killed in an automobile accident. He was buried in Enon Cemetery. Lee is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holmes. Many friends extended their sympathy.
Miss Tsianina Speegle, of Trimble, spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Magdaline Reid.
Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Phillips were the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Phillips, of Good Hope, this weekend.
W.O. Cooper and other good singers attended the singing at Good Hope, on Sunday.
Miss Lieen Miller was thrown from a truck, on Saturday, while enroute to attend a ballgame, at White City, but we are glad to say she was not badly hurt. She suffered a bruised shoulder and head. She is improving nicely.
Dennie Perdue called on Miss Mildred Phillips, on Sunday. Craton Graham and Miss Alice Head attended B.Y.P.U. at Good Hope, on Sunday night.
Lester Teem has returned home from Lincoln, Nebraska.
The party at Bob Mize’s was enjoyed by a large crowd.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller were in Birmingham, last week, on business.
The singing at L.P. Miller’s on Wednesday night was enjoyed by a large crowd.
Mr. E.M. Mitcham is principal at Logan School and Mr. Ray Brown is assistant.
Miss Edna Graham, who is teaching school at Mount Zion, spent the weekend with the E.D. Grahams.
Dalton Guthery and Noel Tidwell called on Misses I.V. and Goldie McAfee, on Sunday.
The Cullman High School girls have formed a “C” club for this year. All these girls have earned letters in basketball. Cyril Edwards was elected president, Mavis Gammon, vice-president, Conradine Speegle, secretary and Dorothy Tingle, treasurer. Other members are: Julia Warner, Madeline Wooten and Edith Peinhardt.
Cullman County students at Florence College this fall are: Lela Bailey, Lillie Mae Barker, Princie Burleson, Gertrude Dickenson, Bessie Gilley, Lela Howell, Claudia Hulsey, Wynelle Jones, Icie Lambert, Nellie Livingston, Dorothy McGwier, Myrtle Rainwater, Pauline Ray, Olivia Schlosser, Thelma Smith, Lessie Tanner, Ethel Teem, Nellie Teem, Lorena Thompson and Verna Wilhite.
We should have saved the, held them fast: The memories of a childhood past.
Two hundred dollars worth of cigarettes and tobacco were stolen from the A.Z. Bailey Wholesale Grocery and Warehouse, on Monday night, according to a report by Mr. Alvis Trimble.
At Walker School, Eunice Whitlock, J.B. Grigg and William Copeland are back in school, after an absence with the chicken pox.
At the close of the revival at Beulah, Brother P.E. Hinton, of Oneonta, baptized nine members.
Miss Ruby Hinkle was the Friday night guest of Miss Lula Griffin.
Floyd Griffin was the Sunday evening guest of Euel Hudson.
Miss Marie Schlichting spent Sunday evening with Miss Lena Woodall.
Joe Knight escorted Miss Donna Speegle home, on Thursday night
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