Way Back WhenSep 12th, 2013 | By Admin | Category: History
September 17, 1943
Friends of Miss Eunice Dyre will be interested to learn that she has enlisted in the Marine Corps, and is now stationed at New River, N.C. Miss Audrey Newman left last Saturday for Tallahassee where she will work in the library at the Demonstration School for the next several months. A splendid picture of Mrs. Buford Selman, Mrs. L.R. Andrews and Mrs. Venera Minter appeared in Tuesday’s Atlanta Journal in a group of buyers photographed at the Southeastern Travelers Exhibition. Miss Rosalie Priest, who is a senior at Brenau College, will leave Wednesday for Gainesville, Ga.
September 11, 1953
Mac Hardee was found not guilty on charges of using wire baskets to take fish from the Suwannee River this week. Misses Helen Glenn Pinson, Susie King, Ophelia High and Evelyn Howard are among those enrolling recently for study at FSU. Cpl. James L. Sevor, 21, was recently awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge for active participation with the 2nd Infantry Division in Korea. Miss Norma Gross has returned to Emory University after a short vacation at her home here.
September 13, 1963
The fire alarm at 11:18 a.m. Wednesday summoned the fire department to the home of A.J. Davis and family in Conway Quarters, where a fire starting from the kitchen stove had gained insurmountable headway. Both house and contents were destroyed. John T. Merritt, who lives a quarter mile north of Cherry Lake Crossroads, is raising the following at his place: carrots, peppers, tomatoes, okra, corn, blackeyed peas, string beans, green onions, cucumbers, squash and lettuce. He invites everyone interested to stop by and see what’s growing. Mr. and Mrs. W.V. Bunker returned Saturday from a two-and-a-half week trip to Louisville and Paris, Ky., and to St. Louis, Mo., where Mr. Bunker attended an alumni meeting at Principia School. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pinson’s home is being repainted and general repairs made.