The County Board of Education has moved into its newly remodeled building, which is one of the finest in the state.
Mrs. T.A. Smith had charge of the P.T.A. program on Tuesday.
A book week program was given and Mrs. M.H. Killingsworth and Mrs. Henry Meyer gave a report from the recent P.T.A. meeting.
From the Files of 1936
The beloved preacher, Reverend B.E. Fulmer is pastor at Ebenezer this year.
School opened on Monday. Mr. Chaney and Misses Winn and Speegle are the teachers.
Miss Clyde Crider has accepted a position as secretary in the office of Clarence Keller, register of equity in the courthouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gunn left on Monday for Tampa, Florida, where Mr. Gunn has been transferred.
Miss Mozelle Nunnelly is teaching at Walter this year. She lives at Welcome.
Reverend Hunt of Holly Pond was Saturday guest of Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Nunnelly.
C.T. Bailey, County Agent, is urging farmers to plant long staple cotton, far a better price at the selling place.
Mr. W.A. Nail of Bolte has a new pair of mules.
There is going to be a box supper at Bolte on Friday night for the benefit of the school.
Jerry Shafer and Glenna Eubanks were married on Saturday night.
A shower was given for Mrs. John Brown, at her home, on Saturday afternoon.
Miss Melba Bradford, of Baldwin, was the Sunday afternoon visitor of Miss Christine Styles.
There will be jobs available for 1,800 young men in the United States Army. There will be many ways to advance.
Red Cross is now doing a membership drive.
The Dwight Fullers are building a new home.
The Hanceville Lutheran Church was organized in the fall of 1885.
Western Auto has opened a new store in Cullman. The store is owned and operated by C.H. Grob, at First Avenue East.
Professor and Mrs. Joe Ray of Hanceville were in Cullman on Saturday.
Mrs. William Lessman is critically ill at her home on the Bremen Pike.
Colonel Thomas Millican, Ezra Williamson and Roy Ingle spent Monday in Scottsboro.
Mrs. Conrad Howard and Miss Trischel Cordes spent Tuesday in Birmingham.