10 Years Ago - 2009
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Michael Green are proud to announce the arrival of their beautiful daughter, Hayden Reese. Proud grandparents are Bill and Kim Brabham and Mike and Jan Green of Union Springs and Debbie Dykes Green of Montgomery.
The Conecuh Springs Christian School Lady Eagles Volleyball team won their first home match for the 2009 season.
25 Years Ago - 1994
Raymond Rodgers began his new duties as a Deputy Sheriff in Bullock County Monday morning. Rodgers had been employed as a police officer for four years with the Union Springs Police Department prior to being employed by Sheriff Charles Hudson.
Professional Resources Management, Inc. of Prattville, Alabama announced today the addition of Mr. Johnny Williamson to the staff of Bullock County Hospital.
50 Years Ago - 1969
Talked to Molan Johnson. He says the new Superette is doing a nice volume and he seems to really appreciate it when you go to his store. The prices are low, the service is good and the shopping is easy, so Molan will do alright.
Ed Freeman, manager of V. J. Elmore’s, has a new Fall Line of Buster Brown clothing for boys and girls. Take note, Moms. It is in his “Back-to-School” ad this week in the Herald.
Dr. and Mrs. Austin F. Staples had open house last Sunday at the Baptist parsonage. The interior has been remodeled. The ladies had arranged flowers. The Staples were gracious hosts. Everyone enjoyed their visit.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dwight Fay, Jr. announce the birth of a son, born August 5, 1969, in a Huntsville, Ala. hospital, whom they have named E. Dwight Fay, III.
75 Years Ago - 1944
2c Petty Officer Billy Louis Shirley, who has spent eleven months in the Central and South Pacific, will return next week to San Francisco for his new assignment with the amphibious forces, after spending his leave with his mother, Mrs. J. J. Shirley.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gause, of Inverness, Ala., announce the marriage of their daughter, Sarah Helen, to Mr. Thomas Brown Paulk, of Sarids, on August 25, 1944, the ceremony having been performed by Judge J. H. Sims.
Last Friday, Julia Holmes was seven years old, so she had a dozen boys and girls in her crowd to help her celebrate the day. They all met at her home, then went, as her guests, to the picture show. After that, a table at the cafe was all set and decorated especially for them. The good supper was topped off with the cutting of the birthday cake.