Way Back WhenJul 15th, 2011 | By Staff | Category: History
July 18, 1941
James Morris was shot and killed by Tiny Hinton near Hickory Grove.
Harris Sercy met his death on Friday, after falling out of a moving automobile and breaking his neck.
G.E. Griffin dies of heart attack at Remerton.
Tokyo and Washington D.C. exchange dogwood trees, for cherry-trees.
July 20, 1951
Mrs. Raymond Brothers died in Nigeria, Africa, last Friday and was buried there Saturday.
Tobacco selling season promises to break all records, both in amount received and amount sold.
A man was caught cutting wires of abandoned Panama City houses.
A box was found in Valdosta, Ga., with the middle-aged woman’s bones in it.
July 14, 1961
North Florida Junior College receives grant by the Sperry and Hutchinson Company.
Luther Hutto was killed in a car accident in Tampa.
The William McChesney house at Cherry Lake was destroyed by fire.
Dannitte Mays lost a barn full of the best tobacco, middle leaves, by a fire.
July 23, 1971
Leslie Shawn Brookins, who is now 5 months old, is Baby of the Week.
Stephen T. McMahon, president of NFJC, receives a check for $23,000 from James Hardee, nephew of the late Clare Hardee Parramore, who left this sum in her will.
Keyes – Montoya Engagement
Reams – Mitchell Engagement