10 Years Ago - 2010
The Magazine Club met at the home of Elizabeth Smithart for the March 9 meeting with 15 members present.
The Mt. Silla Missionary Baptist Church family will celebrate the 4th Pastoral Anniversary of their pastor, the Reverend Fred Douglas. Sr.
25 Years Ago - 1995
Since February Cornerstone A. M. E. Zion Church has been under the leadership of a new pastor, Minister Stephen Faulk.
The March meeting of the Model Garden Club was held at the lovely home of Mrs. J. M. Varner. Hostesses were Mrs. W. D. Jeffcoat and Mrs. J. M. Varner.
Joeretta Renee Rhodes, daughter of Novella Woodfaulk Scott, has been selected as an Outstanding African-American Teen for 1995.
The Green Thumb Garden Club met at Zelda’s with Elizabeth Smithart hostess.
50 Years Ago - 1970
Among the students at Troy State University receiving degrees at the end of the winter quarter on March 20 are Dennis Anderson Thomas and Jo Owen Scott.
Mrs. Sarah Richardson has been appointed a crew leader for taking the 1970 census.
Mrs. Charles Franklin entertained the Twentieth Century Club Tuesday afternoon.
The Woman’s Society of Christian Service of First United Methodist Church met on March 16 with Mrs. Frank Thompson.
Miss Angela Turner celebrated her second birthday Thursday with a birthday party held in the nursery of the First United Methodist Church at four o’clock in the afternoon with twelve guests present. Angela is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Turner.
Mrs. Diane Renfore and daughter, Pam, of Union Springs spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Lott.
Mrs. Sam Forrer, Campbell and Clay Forrer spent the weekend with friends in Pensacola.
75 Years Ago - 1945
Mrs. J. T. Knowles was hostess to the Worthwhile Club on Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams S. McLaurine and little son, Colin, of Mountain Creek spent Sunday with Mrs. L. P. McLaurine.
Mrs. James Paulk entertained her sewing club on Wednesday afternoon.
Glennie Powell celebrated his third birthday on Saturday afternoon by having a small group of children around three years of age for a party.
Miss Louise Shaw entertained a number of friends out at the American Legion Hut last Thursday evening. Lousie is awaiting her call into the Waves and wanted to say goodbye to her friends at a farewell party.
100 Years Ago - 1920
The body of Mrs. C. P. Powell, who died Monday afternoon at an infirmary in Montgomery, reached Union Springs Tuesday and was carried to Indian Creek Wednesday where funeral services and interment took place. Mrs. Powell is survived by her husband and six children.
Dr. and Mrs. C J. Ayrs, and children of Omega spent Saturday in town.
Messrs. H. L. and Lamar King were here from Midway Monday.
Hayes Drug Store is headquarters for window glass, paints oils, varnish, floor paints, floor stains, carriage, wagon and automobile parts, etc.