Files from yesteryear: 1920, 1934


From the files of 1920

Mr. Conrad Howard spent Saturday night with Professor J.D. Knight.

Mrs. Ella Doss and children spent Sunday with Mrs. James Sargent.

Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Canant spent Sunday with Mrs. T.J. McCombs.

Reverend Lewis Hall and wife, of Decatur, attended the funeral of little Odelle Hall Tuesday at Longview.

Miss Lena Wilhite was the charming guest of Miss Rosa Bradford Friday night, and they attended the ice cream supper of Mr. Clemie Burks.

Misses Belle and Etta Heatherly were visitors of Miss Jennie Cook on Sunday.

Misses Ida Hudson and Bertha McAfee spent Saturday night and Sunday with Misses Ethel and Elvie Williams at Harmony.

Mr. Carl Hudson visited his cousin, Clinton Sharpton, Saturday night.

Mrs. C.W. Sharpton has been visiting her brother, Mr. Luther Hudson, of Good Hope.

From the files of 1934

Among the students going to college this fall are Eloise and Melvin Hyatt and Frances Foust to Howard, Kathryn Herrell, Virginia Grob, Opal Lee, Betty Stiefelmeyer and Lillie Akers to Judson, June Oldacre, Dorothy Fuller, Grace Martin, Elbert Ponder, John Bright and Alvin Camp to the University of Alabama, Wynelle Taylor to Athens College, Jessie Keller and Carl Stiefelmeyer to Birmingham Southern, Emily Lou Callahan to the Woman’s College, Montgomery, Nell Hurston, Evelyn Grey McAdory, Gladys Murphree to Montevallo, Oneita Sterling, Ruth Fuller, Sarah Lillian Richter, Jean Vick, Jane Dodson, Mona Harvey, Adelia Vandiver, Marie Klein, Helen Leigeber, Venetia Hauk, Annie Mae Norton, Elizabeth Martin, Elenor Wachter, Melda Ponder, Lee Carroll, Ruby Lewis, Vernie Edmondson, Marie Clark and Anna M. Karter to Sacred Heart Academy, Hazel Reid and Charlotte Dorrough to Florence, Leroy Bledsoe to Atlanta Dental College and Warner Stanley to George Military Institute.

Miss Myrtle Wise has accepted a position with Parker Bank.

Miss Thelma Rimel is now employed at W.O. Kelley’s Store.

Miss Elizabeth Otwell is teaching Dramatics at Ramsey High in Birmingham.