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Remember When: Valentines Day 100 years ago

     100 years ago, slang words like “heebie-jeebies, hotsy-totsy, high-hat, speak-easy, jalopy, and dumb Dora” were “copasetic (cool)!”    Song hits of 1920 were ... Read more

2 days ago by Sue Wilson.

James Richard Smith, Sr. WWII Navy Veteran

James R Smith, Sr. was born Oct 18, 1924 in McKenzie, AL. His parents were Calvin and Annie Smith. James attended the old Shreve School ... Read more

1 week ago by Staff Reports.

Thomasson-Hilton family moved to Andalusia from country

The youngest child, George Clauson Thomasson, of Cornelius Starr Thomasson and Susannah Henley will be featured in today’s story. He was the grandfather of Margie ... Read more

1 week ago by Curtis Thomasson.

Remember When: Great Depression in the Deep South

Great Depression era stories always inspire those of us in the Deep South to appreciate our lives today. One story came to my attention recently ... Read more

1 week ago by Sue Wilson.

Thomasson-Knowles families lived in Mobley Creek Community

The family of Callie Susan Thomasson and William Nathaniel Knowles is featured in today’s story. Callie was the daughter of Cornelius Starr Thomasson and Susannah ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Curtis Thomasson.

REMEMBER WHEN: The Neighborhood Grocery Stores of Yesteryear

“One a penny, Two a penny, Hot Cross Buns” – This nursery rhyme of long ago reminds me of a recent post on social media. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Sue Wilson.

Remember When: Happy Birthday, Irene Butler

     In 1926 hit songs of the day were “Blue Skies,” “Bye, Bye Blackbird,” “Someone to Watch Over Me,” “Ja Da, Ja Da, Jing, ... Read more

1 month ago by Sue Wilson.

Harvey O. Bass, Jr. WWII veteran

WW II veteran, Harvey O Bass, Jr. died on Jan 4, 2020. He was a resident of Florala. Mr. Harvey Bass, Jr.,was born in Freeport, ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

Remember When: Historic Three Notch Road

 “Grab your coat and get your hat, Leave your worries on the doorstep. Just direct your feet to the sunny side of the street. Can’t ... Read more

1 month ago by Sue Wilson.

Thomasson-Hart families settled in Fairfield community

Today’s story is a continuation of the genealogy of the Cornelius Starr and Susannah (Henley) Thomasson family. The oldest child was a daughter, Nancy Adeline ... Read more

1 month ago by christophersmith.

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