10 Years Ago - 2009
The Community Enrichment Program will begin again in September at Conecuh Springs Christian School.
In an effort to become a well rounded recreation center, Courtney Woodfaulk and his staff of dedicated volunteers and employees are working endlessly to promote their newest venture, establishing a successful youth football program.
25 Years Ago - 1994
Tommy Paulk began serving as AFC’s executive vice-president on July 1. Prior to that time he was AFC vice-president and manager of the Bonnie Plant Farm division.
Community Bank & Trust held its Grand Opening Friday and Saturday, August 5-6. The new bank opened at the corner of Powell and Hardaway streets Monday, August 1.
Dr. and Mrs. James Glen Sanders, Jr. of Fitzpatrick announces the engagement of her daughter, Martha Salter Hoffman to Judkins Durr Blount of Montgomery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Winton Malcolm Blount, III of Montgomery.
Leslie Waters, daughter of Johnny Waters and Sabrina Lambert, and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John .W. Waters of Union Springs, has had a successful season pitching for her fast-pitch softball team.
50 Years Ago - 1969
Mrs. F. H. Anderson, Sr. has returned from a delightful stay of three weeks in the British Isles. Many interesting places in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales were visited.
Sara Hixon, Bessie Mae Meredith, Mary Nell Driggers, Juanita Parker, and Juanita Hartwig attended a workshop for School Office Personnel Thursday and Friday at the Whitley Hotel in Montgomery. They attended a banquet for all school personnel Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Cook also attended the banquet.
The Reverend George Mathison filled his appointment at the Methodist Church Sunday and was dinner guest of Captain and Mrs. Sam Forrer.
75 Years Ago - 1944
Little Dickie Grimes friends regret to know that while on an errand for his mother last Friday he fell from his bicycle and sustained a broken arm and are glad to see him out again.
Two mules belonging to S. A. Johnson, who resides on the Maytag Place near Town Creek Church, were killed by lighting the past week. The mules were found dead under a pine tree, following a rain and thunder storm and the top of the tree showed signs of having been struck by the lighting.
We regret to note that Mrs. W. L. Avant of Thompson, Ala., had the misfortune to fall down the back steps of her home Tuesday and sustained a broken arm and leg. She was carried to St. Margaret’s hospital, in Montgomery, for treatment, and is resting as well as could be expected.