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    Files from Yesteryear: 1920

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    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: 1900, 1930, 1936

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    From the Files of 1900: Miss Minnie Boyd and J. Adams were married on August 6th. Otis and Avery Kinney took in the singing at Sandlin’s Chapel, on Sunday. A.L. Cameron and John Britt have returned from Shelby County. W.M. Adams has opened a new store at Midway...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1939

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    From the Files of 1939: Hanceville Happenings Funeral services for Mr. J.W. Rice, 84-year-old resident of Hanceville, Route Three, who passed away on December 1st, were held at Arkadelphia on December 2nd with Reverend Lonzo Carlisle officiating and Drinkard in charge. Mr. Rice is survived by...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1900, 1950

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    From the Files of 1900: Alvin Ahlrichs has purchased the Cullman Telephone Exchange and the office will be moved to the Protest Building. Arrangements have also been perfected whereby connection can be made with the long distance telephone. L.B. McCillan of Cooper, Texas is visiting Cullman’s...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1933, 1952

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    From the Files of 1933: Mrs. J.E. Pierce and son, Leroy of Cullman, spent the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Nesmith, at Panama. The 1933 Home Economics Club at Cullman High School includes: Mildred White, Grace Wonderlich, Almedia Newman, Elizabeth Glasscock, Mary Louise...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1905, 1935

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    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: 1917, 1940

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    From the Files of 1917: Mrs. Bud Butler, of Holly Pond, remains dangerously ill. Mrs. George Parker was hostess to members of the Priscilla Sewing Club on Wednesday afternoon. Claud Griffin, of New York, is  the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Griffin. Miss Dessie Armstrong...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1937

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    From the Files of 1937: The Cullman Bearcats lost to Tuscaloosa Count High, 19-6. The lone Cullman score was set up by Marion Woodall, who blocked a punt. Keller scored the touchdown. Fred Knight made several big plays. The injury bug severely limited Cullman’s performance. Water...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1939

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    From the Files of 1939: Hanceville Happenings Horace Griffith and grandson, Vann Gamble spent Sunday in Birmingham, with Mrs. Griffith, at the Highland Avenue Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Ernest Grund and Miss Evelyn Armstrong spent Wednesday in Birmingham. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Green spent Sunday afternoon in...

    Funny Things from Yesterday: Cooking on the wood burning heater

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    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...