Files from yesteryear: 1936, 1900

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From The Files Of 1936

The senior class of the Cullman County High School will enjoy a picnic at the George Stiefelmeyer Camp on Friday.

Miss Margaret Hartwig will be home on Friday from Millport, Alabama, where she taught music in 1936.

W. Oliver Cooper has accepted a position with Hartford Music Company in Hartford, Arkansas.

These Cullman County High School teachers will return to their homes on Wednesday: Mrs. Hazel Frazier, Linden, Alabama, Miss Minnie Harris, Okoona, Mississippi, Miss Elizabeth Robertson, Tuscaloosa, Miss Eunnis, Trinity, Alabama, Miss Ruth Powell, Andalusia, Alabama, Miss Alivia Barnes, Plantersville, Alabama, Miss Clarita Clawssen, Birmingham, Coach Ward, Huntsville and Mrs. Ferren, Birmingham.

Mr. Ed Ashwander, a fine citizen of Hanceville, was in Cullman on Monday. He honored the Tribune with a visit and renewed his subscription for another year.

Mrs. L.L. Otwell entertained this week, honoring her guest, Mrs. Painter, of Birmingham.

Mrs. Bert Coe entertained this week, honoring Miss Alma Leeth, bride -elect for April.

There are seventy graduates from Cullman High School.

Perfect attendance students at Cullman High School are: One year – Margeurite Culpepper, Mildred Miller, Ewing Morrison, Eda Schlichting, James Wilhite, Clarence Calloway, Melba Ruth Jones, Dorothy Kraft, Ovella Tumlin, Lowell Bailey, Charles Cook, Ervin Joiner, Henry Long, Edward Lassetter, Archie Markland, Geraldine Metz and Joseph Yeager. Two year: Grover Allison, Evelyn Hollis, Lila Belle Ponder, Marlin Camp and Edward Schuman.

Attending the 4 -H rally in Cullman on Saturday were: Arnold Waldrop, Elsa and Montee Bailey, Ada Harris, Ilar Barnett, Velma Fowler and Mrs. O. Harris.

Mr. and Mrs. Ossie McGriff are the parents of twins. They are named Donald Ray and Doris Faye. They live at Fairview.

The way to the heart of the average human being is to give them something for nothing.

From The Files Of 1900

John Sutterer has recently added another story to his residence.

Miss Sarah Parker is attending commencement exercises in Anniston.

John Shannon and Harry Fuller were in Birmingham the first of the week.

Sheriff A.J. Allgood and Dwight Fuller went to Tuscaloosa on Thursday.

A number of Cullmanites attended a strawberry festival at Vinemont on Monday evening. Joseph Musgrove has charge of Bangor Cave this season.