Files from Yesteryear: 1952


From the files of 1952:

Gerald Sandlin, age seven, was seriously injured earlier this week when he was hit by an automobile near his home at Phelan. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sandlin.

Harry Schlosser, age 53, was found dead in a Montgomery hotel room on Wednesday. He has a host of relatives in Cullman.

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron House of Gardendale spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bielhardt at White City.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ponder and sons, who have been living for a year in Detroit, Michigan are spending a few weeks at White City.

Mr. and Mrs. Walmond Ingle and daughter, Sara Jane, of Gardendale visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Rice on Saturday.

Major Miller of Guthery’s Crossroads has a large herd of Hereford cattle pastured in a lespedeza sericea field.

Louis Teichmiller of Gold Ridge has large pond for his livestock.

The Elbert Ponder farm has a large field of kudzu for his herd of Hereford cattle.

J.B. Chandler of Fairview has a new 1952 car.

Howell (Stubby) Trimble suffered a leg injury in the football contest between Hanceville and Moulton. David Nelson and Wade Sanders took over the running chores.

Reverend John J. Milford filled the pulpit at Ryan on Sunday.

Walter Roberts of Hulaco remains critically ill.

Pictured on the front of the Alabama ninth grade history book is Joe Grob and his dairy cow, Starlight. Joe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grob.


Eighty-seven acre farm for sale for

$3,250. Call John Christian at Johnson’s Crossing at 4747. Ad.


S.G. Darley is president of the Battleground P.T.A.

The Coterie Club is celebrating its 30th anniversary.

Delnor Denny is president of the East Point 4-H Club.

Doris Howard was the Sunday guest of Jo Anne Weeks at Center Point.

Mrs. Nola Morgan of Cullman visited Mr. and Mrs. Leo Livingston in Eva last week.

Collis C. Day has announced his candidacy for Commission Chairman.


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