Files from yesteryear: 1951

(files from yesteryear)

From the files of 1951

North Walter News

Mr. and Mrs. Leak Hosey, of Akron, Ohio, were the Wednesday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earnesteen Gable.

Mrs. Johnnie Guthrie spent Saturday afternoon here.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Ratliff spent a few days last week in Birmingham.

Mount View News

Private Charles M. Shikles, of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, spent last weekend in Cullman with friends and relatives.

W.E. Patillo and Mrs. C.G. Shikles and Margaret and Gary visited on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E.D.

Shannon, at Holly Pond.

Mrs. A.F. Norris is spending a while in Columbus, Georgia with Mr. and Mrs. Otis McKinney and children.

South Walter News

Among those from this community attending the Christine Singing Convention, which was held at Brushy Pond were Mr. and Mrs. G.O. Plunkett and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Abercrombie, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith and daughters, Gail and Betty Ann and Mrs. A.C. Bice, Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Burrow and daughter, Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mayfield and son, Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Mayfield and daughter, Glenda, Mr. and Mrs. Ervie R. Burns and children, Ivalene, Ronnie, Ruth and Roma, Mrs. Floye Norris and sons, Joe Dean and Wesley Baker and Elwin Norris and Ellen Loyd.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strong and son, Chipper, of Alexandria, Virginia, are spending two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Glasscock, Junior and E.C. Also Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Stubbs and children, Dianne, Randy and Michael, of DeFuniak Springs, Florida and Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Shaw and children, Donna and John, of Montgomery, spent the weekend with their parents and the Strongs.

Mount Herman News

Mrs. J.L. Ellenburgh and family and W.D. Solley visited their mother, Mrs. Eda Harper, at Ruth, on Monday.

Rachel Teague and daughters spent Labor Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Hemrick. Mr. and Mrs. Ulden Reynolds carried her home on Monday night.

Nollie Hyatt visited his parents at Rice on Tuesday and made a trip to Arab.

Eva Hardin is working at Cullman.