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    Files from Yesteryear: 1937

    From the Files of 1937: Teachers Hanceville – J.R. Edmondson, Principal, James Cooper, Frances Fraser, Joe Ray, Dixie Christian, Beatrice Alexander, Mrs. Lucille Rowell, Beulah Caudell, Elton Dalier, Ray Jones, Luise McCreary, Pearl R. Gaines, Rafel Cooper, Lewis Fanning – Assistant Principal, Mrs. D.B. Lamont, Mrs....

    Files from Yesteryear: 1937

    From the Files of 1937: County Board of Education: R.E. Moore, Superintendent; Doctor J.G. Daves, President; T.F. Gladney, Vice- President; Judge Tankersley; A. Pinkerton and Charles Gorham. City Board of Education: R.P. Johnston, Superintendent; M.L. Robertson, President; Doctor E.D. McAdory; G.W. Ponder; D.C. Fuller and S.H....

    Files from Yesteryear: 1904, 1934

    From the Files of 1904: Warm, dry weather continues. Arthur Sanderman is behind the counter at Vinemont Grocery Company. Indications point to a victory for the Democratic presidential candidate, Judge Alton B. Parker. The Republican rally held at Kullman Hall last night drew a good crowd. Nuss and son,...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1937, 1954

    From the Files of 1937: October is here -the month of witches, black cats and spooks. Already at Fairview High we are looking forward to the big event of the year, “The Fall Carnival.” There is much talk and speculation about who the juniors and...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1905, 1935

    From the Files of 1905: Work on the new Baptist church in West Cullman is progressing nicely. S.A. Hamilton has moved back to Cullman from Hartselle. J.E. Williams, of Winfield, Texas, is visiting P.M. and S.M. Allison. Reverend W.H. Aufderhaar is planning a monthly publication devoted to the...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1905, 1931

    From the Files of 1905: On November 29th Miss Eda Dreher and T.D. McMinn were married with Reverend W.H. Aufderhaar officiating. A.G. Glasscock and G.W. Ratliff have opened a musical house in the Fuller Block. Honorable F.E. Saint John spent several days in Blount County in the...

    Funny Things from Yesterday: I’m going to the bathroom

    When Robert, Jr. was just a youngster, his bedroom was across the hall from our bedroom. The way our bedroom was arranged, Rudene slept next to the door that entered our bedroom as well as near the door that went into our bathroom. So...

    Funny Things from Yesterday: Cooking on the wood burning heater

    This will be the first story of a series of articles about “Old Traditions and Modern Trends.” As many of you know, old traditional items are again becoming very prominent. For instance, the wood heater, or more correctly stated, the wood burning heater, has...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1920

    From the Files of 1920: Rice Town news listed several people who attended the decoration at Hopewell on the third Sunday in May, including: Paul Gardner, Lewis Mayfield and the Reid family. Miss Ruth Jones was laid to rest at Sulphur Springs Cemetery on Monday at...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1920

    From the Files of 1920: The cost of maintaining United States troops in Germany was $175,000.00 a day in 1920. Hugh Lee Tipton, Venora House, Marvin Randall and Gladys Elrod attended the play at Hulaco on Saturday night and reported a nice time. In spite of the...

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