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Hartselle Enquirer

A look back

By By Dr. Bill Stewart
Nov. 13, 1958-Macon Hardwick, R. B. Ryan, Olen Tapscott, and David Sandlin have been hunting deer in South Alabama this week. Sandlin got an eight-point buck.
Nov. 14, 1958-Morgan County Probate Judge T. C. (Cliff) Almon has now served exactly 20 years in this position. He was appointed on Nov. 14, 1938, by Governor Bibb Graves. When he completes the fourth term to which he was recently elected, he will have served longer as probate judge than any other man in the history of this county.
Nov. 14, 1958-Gunfire erupted in the Lacey’s Spring community this morning when a father-in-law allegedly shot his son-in-law. The wounded young man was brought to Block-Chandler hospital here for treatment. The justification for the shooting was the father-in-law’s belief that his daughter had been mistreated by her husband.
Nov. 15, 1958-Two women got into a fight on the courthouse grounds while they were standing in a long line to purchase their new 1959 auto tags before the noon deadline.
Nov. 16, 1958-The newly four-laned Highway 31, originally promoted as the “Bee Line” from north to south, had a new section dedicated today in Giles County, Tenn. This will enable travelers from Hartselle to go further north without having to switch back to an old two-lane road.
Nov. 17, 1958-Joe Starnes, president-elect of Civitan International, addressed members of the local club at their regular meeting tonight.
Nov. 17, 1958-Funeral services were held today at Mt. Tabor Methodist Church for L. D. Day, age 82 and a resident of Hartselle Route 3. The Revs. J. E. Bishop and D. R. Jarrett officiated. (Mr. Day passed away on Saturday, Nov. 15.)
Nov. 18, 1958-The Birmingham News reported today that, due to the bowl ban on the War Eagles scheduled to last until 1961, there would be no Auburn bowl appearance allowed this year, even if all the proceeds were given to charity.
Nov. 18, 1958-The Hartselle Chamber of Commerce is offering the people of Hartselle and vicinity a five-minute program on local radio station WHRT. The program, which began this morning, is on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9 a.m.
Nov. 18, 1958-Betty Palmer had the program at today’s meeting of the Rotary Club. Betty showed a movie that featured her visit to the World’s Fair in Brussels as well as her travels to Germany, Switzerland, France, and the Netherlands. She said she found the American pavilion at the fair rather commonplace. Her favorite was the British.
Nov. 19, 1958-Edward Summers is the newly appointed head of the Hartselle civil defense program. Confirmation of this designation by the Hartselle City Council is assured. It is estimated that 20,000-30,000 evacuees could come here from Huntsville in case of war. There is a 200-bed emergency hospital in the electric department warehouse.
Nov. 19, 1958-Morgan-Lawrence County State Senator Robert R. Berryman is the new grand master of the Alabama Masonic Grand Lodge.
The elevation came today at the close of the Masons’ 138th annual communication in Montgomery.
Nov. 19, 1958-Mrs. James Peck and Mrs. Joe Speake were joint hosts to members of the Current Review Club this afternoon.
Nov. 19, 1958-A car-truck collision tonight at the intersection of North Sparkman Street and Longhorn Pass demolished both vehicles, but both drivers escaped with few injuries.

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Sheffield is officer of quarter 

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Fourth grade rocks 4-H 

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‘Jesus Revolution’: Priceville couple serve as extras in upcoming faith-based film  

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Finding Your Future draws crowd

News

Lacey’s Spring man allegedly entered neighbor’s house, abused sleeping woman

Hartselle

Crestwood Shopping Center sold to Florida investment company

News

Chamber’s State of the County breakfast set for February

Hartselle

Making progress

News

Judge’s choice  

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Sheriff gets OK to hire part-time jailers

News

Hartselle Drama Gala returns Saturday

At a Glance

Annual tree giveaway to be held March 1

Eva

Shaddix, Hopkins named Morgan Teachers of the Year  

Morgan County

Fundraising kicks off for 120-foot Morgan cross

Morgan County

Stadthagen named to three legislative committees  

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Morgan’s jobless rate among lowest statewide  

Falkville

Looking ahead: Growth on horizon for Hartselle, surrounding area  

Hartselle

American Legion Post 52 hosts annual speech contest 

At a Glance

Falkville man killed in crash

At a Glance

Somerville shooting victim identified

At a Glance

Morgan students graduate from JSU

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Hartselle Educator Hall of Fame to induct six  

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Flying high: Hartselle senior is dual enrolled in aviation program 

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Judge dismisses lawsuit that sought to invalidate hiring of new Hartselle superintendent 

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