Files from Yesteryear: 1930

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From the Files of 1930: 

 Kenneth Legg, the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Legg is recovering nicely after breaking his leg two weeks ago. 

 The marriage licenses issued on March 20, 1930 included Howard George Hyde, age 17, to Miss Nettie Williamson, age 17. 

 Miss Mamie Bradford and Mrs. W.A. Trimble spent Tuesday in Birmingham. 

 Snow, rain, sleet and hail were all a part of the weather picture in Cullman County on Tuesday. Later the sun came out and it turned cold. 

 Those endorsing Mr. H.W. Tucker for sheriff of Cullman County from the Logan area were J.A. Roden, J.R. Rushing, T.D. Young, W.G. McCoy, W.B. Wood, W.A. Wright, J.F. Gibbs, M.T. McCoy, J.V. Cupp, J.S. Cupp and E.D. Graham. 

 Ben Perry and Miss Ruby Adams of Kelly were happily married on Saturday night, March 22. 

 Those who attended the egg boiling on Thursday night were Prentis and Lois Adamson, Earl Scott, Raymond Perry, Roy Westbrooks, J.C. and Clint Hensley. 

 Misses Katie Kamp and Gladys Sizemore spent Saturday in Cullman shopping. 

 Grady Ellard was the Saturday and Sunday night caller of Miss Bertha Patterson. 

 Duard Teague escorted Lula Mae Patterson from church on Sunday night. 

 Glenn Farmer was the caller of Dura Jones on Sunday afternoon. 

 Mr. and Mrs. Willie Freeman are the proud parents of twin girls. They live at Baldwin. 

 Misses Wynell, Christine and Atha Butler were the Sunday guests of Helen Calloway. 

 Julian Speegle spent Sunday with Fred Goodwin at Baldwin. 

 Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Waldrop attended the Sacred Harp two-day singing at Gum Pond. 

 

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