10 Years Ago - 2009

The Magazine Club met at the lovely home of Jan Forrer. President Pam Salter called the meeting to order. Members stood and read the club collect. The roll was called and thirteen members answered by giving suggestions for next year’s meetings. After the business meeting, Christy Wadsworth reviewed the book, “For One More Day” by Mitch Albom.

Ellyssa Cobb, class valedictorian at Conecuh Springs Christian School was surprised when she was presented a plaque and scholarship honoring her as a 2008-2009 ACEA Outstanding Christian High School Student of the Year during graduation ceremonies at CSCS.

Bullock County residents who are 2009 graduates of Macon-East Montgomery Academy are Evan Agnew, Taylor Mullins, Squire Lee, Sarah Mahaffey, Russell Agnew, and Chase Stewart.

25 Years Ago -1994

Faye Gaston was one of ten graduates of Robert E. Lee School who were honored as the school’s first Hall of Fame inductees.

Mr. and Mrs. Blair Welk of Clayton, Alabama announced the birth of twin sons born May 19, 1994 at Flowers Hospital in Dothan, Alabama. Their names are Taylor Blair and James Westbrook.

50 Years Ago - 1969

Mrs. Sidney Cohn was the gracious hostess of the Magazine Club. Her lovely home was decorated with beautiful roses.

Friends of Bob Owen, Jr. will regret to hear that he is a patient at St. Margaret’s Hospital were he underwent surgery Saturday morning.

Miss Marijean Parham is being congratulated on being tapped for Delta Omicrom, a National Music Fraternity for Women. She was initiated on Monday of last week.

75 Years Ago - 1944

Mrs. Fred McLendon, leader of the Girls Auxiliary of the Baptist Church, with Misses Betty Harden, Peggy Armstrong, Sarah McLendon, Catherine Edwards, and Lucy Hill McCaslan, left Tuesday to attend the Judson House Party, at Judson College.

Donald Parker, Jr., is leaving today for Birmingham, where he will be assigned for duty in the U.S. Navy.

Jane Paulk and Sam Gregg are delegates from the Methodist Church, to the Young Peoples Assembly, at Huntingdon College.

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