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    Files from Yesteryear: 1900, 1930

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    From the files of 1900: Miss Fannie Watts of Etha is attending music school at Holly Pond. D.E. Jones is postmaster at Jones Chapel. The sixth annual...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1900, 1950

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    From the files of 1900: The weather this week is the warmest of the season. E. Hauk is having a well drilled on his lot on...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1930, 1950

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    From the files of 1930: Professor and Mrs. R.P. Johnston spent last weekend in Nashville with relatives. The Cullman Baptist Association will meet, with Etha Baptist...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1900, 1930, 1950

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    From the files of 1900: Vick Clark is among the clerical force at the Racket Store. Ed Daniel has opened a restaurant in the old Speegle...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1950

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    From the files of 1950: Henry Ford Turner of Hanceville is working on his doctorate at the University of Alabama. Three men were arrested, on Sunday,...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1936, 1950

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    From the files of 1936: Congressman-elect, Luther Patrick of Birmingham will speak at the Cullman County Courthouse on Saturday afternoon at two o’clock. It is...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1932, 1933

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    From the files of 1932: Miss Mildred Kinney was hostess at the Entre Amies meeting Thursday evening. The Fidelity Club met recently with Misses Marie and...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1902, 1932

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    From the files of 1902: Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Crider, formerly of Loretto, now of Jefferson County, were visiting friends here last week. Mrs. Casper Arnold,...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1952

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    From the Files of 1952: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Horton of Hanceville were guests on the Bud Collyer, Toni Break the Bank Television program. They...

    Files from Yesteryear: 1952, 1957

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    From the Files of 1952: L.W. Yates is serving as Superintendent of Cullman City Schools. F.G. Manley brought a giant persimmon into the Tribune office this...