10 Years Ago - 2009
The faculty and staff at Bullock County High School excitedly welcomed their newest member of the team, Mr. Derrick Harris, a resident of the community and product of the Bullock County School System. Harris takes over as Assistant Principal.
Pastor of Faith Independent Baptist Church, Reverend William O. Sanders, received the Religious Award from the Alabama Senior Hall of Fame.
25 Years Ago - 1994
Bullock Memorial School would like to welcome their foreighn exchange student, Alexandra Sniezek, who arrived from Gliwice, Poland, toward the end of summer. She is staying with Kathy and Durden Dean and their daughter, Melissa.
Congratulations go out to A. C. and Peggy Houston, who celebrated their 42nd wedding anniversary on Tuesday, September 20.
Happy birthday wishes are extended to Scott Culpepper, son of Junior and Ann Culpepper, who turned 13 years old September 21.
Mr. and Mrs William T. Mullenholz, Jr. (Caroline Chancey) of Poolesville, Maryland announce the birth of their daughter, Caroline Elizabeth, on Monday, Sept. 12, 1994.
50 Years Ago - 1969
Johnny Waters was the winner of the Football Contest last week and he is $5.00 richer.
Little Miss Leigh Moorer celebrated her ninth birthday recently when the guests were invited to tea at 2:00 p.m. at her home in Hardaway and they arrived in their mother’s discarded finery. They enjoyed sandwiches, cookies, nuts, and punch from a pretty tea table while they chatted and giggled in their hats, gloves, jewelry, make-up, long dresses and high heels. They spent the afternoon in the playhouse and played games on the lawn. Later they enjoyed a spaghetti supper with ice cream and birthday cake. The cake was decorated around a doll making a full bouffant skirt. Friends present for the happy occasion were: Debbie Adams, Sandra Adams, Becky Bell, Gretchen LaMarque, Tay Moore, Dawn Paulk, Cameron Segrest, Susan Stone and Cathy Vail.
Mrs. Lamar Moorer was hostess to the Rose Garden Club of Hardaway on Wednesday.
75 Years Ago - 1944
Because the United States military forces have been unable to obtain sufficient beef, the War Food Administration is requiring slaughterers operating under Federal Inspection to set aside 60 percent of the quantities of beef which meet army specifications.
To those friends who voted for me in the city election, I wish to express my deepest appreciation and thanks. Wade J. Holmes.
A sweet potato or carrot will produce a nice kitchen or dining room plant if placed in a glass of water and kept in a warm room.
Miss Ailene Tucker came over from Auburn and spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tucker.
Billy Brabham of Auburn spent the weekend at home in Perote.