Austinville High School - Memories Yearbook (Austinville, AL)
- Class of 1950
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NIEMIIRIIS IN REVIEW
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As we approach the end of our high school
career, we can see very clearlythat with
out the deep understanding and remarkable
efficiency of our friend and principal ,
M Dollar, we could never have accomp
lished our goal as seniors of 1950
To Miss Chenault, for her never failing
kindness, her loyalty to us and to our
school, her willingness to accept extra
burdens, her continued interest in our
welfare we also wish to express our deep
It is with sincere affection that wededl
cate this 1950 volume of the Austinville
Hivh School Annual to Mr Dollar
and Miss Marvaret Chenault
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History Coach Physical Education
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Manual Training Miss Margaret Chenault
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Twelve years ago, a kand of eager students started out in the'r first
Yea? to d0lV0 into the mysteries of 'Peadin' 'R1t1n', and 'Rlthmet c'
Out of 40 students who started in 57 58, there are only four Elaine
Millwood, Ethelene Crowe, Barbara Jones, and Martha McCulloch who have re
mained to the end The rest of the present senior class have joined these
either in the grades, or in high school
In the third grade we had a new comer to enter our class Jimmie Hill
from Maywood, Illinois
After going through many trials and tribulations of elementary and
junior high, we started out in our sophomore year with many new faces
From Noulton Heights came Jewell P hcCulloch, Lewis Key, Nilton Russell
Grace Hitt, Irene Johnson, H1lda.Ledlow , Inez hullican, and Sara Nell
Pettus From Decatur came Frances Arthur, Ralph Sharp, and Scott
McClanahan and Robert Fields From Danville came Petty Hoveland From
Flint came Letha Glasco and Carolyn Howard
When we came to school as 1un1ors, our class had lost several old
faces, whom we missed very much We wave a most successful Junuor Senior
Panquet u der the direction of Miss Mavis McCaghren
In lQ49, as seniors, we started out
Margaret Chenault, with an enrollme t of
Coker and Don Compton, just after school
all of whom we hope will raduate in '50
to edit the school paper, NThe Black and
with our new sponsor, Miss
22 but we lost two of them, Ted
began Our enrollment is now 20,
This year our biggest 1obs are
White Gazette,n the annual, and
We will always be grateful to our parents and teachers for making it
possible for us to arrive at this junction of our Education careers
Class Historian of '50
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Walking through an enchanted garden I came upon a magic lake
stared in hewildermert at the signs that appeared before my eyes
on the different waves as they passed out to sea
On the first wave that comes into view I see a studio where a
talented young artist is seated at her easel As I look closer
I see that she is Barbara Jones h is that a picture of the
president she is painting?
As the second wave comes closer I see a large office building
On the neon sign I see that it's nScott McClanahan Jr Insur
ance H With his sales talk, he's sure to make a success
The next wave has on it a modern New York dress shop, where there
1 featured, exclusively "'The Howard Style " It seems Carolyn
has quite a chain of shops across the nation, and she designs
clothes for the movie stars
On this wave that now comes into View I see a Wac working on
some special reports for an Army General It has been whispered
she's saving her salary to start a childrens home Not a bad
What a strange lowing, I hear coming from tb' green wave of
grass country Here are hundreds of prize Hereforos Of course
this could only be the "Key" Ranch and there is Lewis walking
into the ranch house now
Well what is this? Two lovely vine covered cottages Just alike
On the mail box I see one belongs to Mrs. Lonnie McCulloch, and
although I can't see the name on the other, it must be Sarah's,
because one could see that those little red headed boys could
only be hers.
The next scene is a very familiar one, the gym of Austinville
High School. The Senior boys are practicing basketball and
who do you think is the coach? Yea! you guessed it, it's Ralph
Here comes the next wave. Well who is this lovely young girl
whose smile is so radiant? Can it be she's modeling Colgate
Tooth Paste. No, it's Irene Johnson, who is now a dentist's wife.
I see on the next wave a young lady taking care of two darling
children. Could this be Ethelene Crowe? Yes! well anyone can
tell they aren't her own. She is still fancy free. She's acting
as governess for a rich, young, widower's children. No fair
Ethel! Better stick to taking care of the kids.
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And here comes an Architect busy at his drawing. He's de31gn1ng
the New White House. This is a very important job, but 11m Sure
he's capable since this is one of the artists of the l95O Senior
Class at Austlnville High School, Jimmy Hill
Look at that, here comes our cute little red head, Letha Glasco
She is now modeling for Powers Bet she makes the men turn
In a tiny hospital room I see an attractive blond nurse, Betty
Hogeland, taking care of a male patient With a nurse like that
I'm sure these patients will stay on the emergency list
How did that plane get on this wave? Anyhow, I can see the pas
sengers looking comfortable and happy It's no wonder with
stewardess like Hilda Ledlow
Coming from this next wave I hear nCalling Dr Russelln nCall1ng
Dr Russell Wonder how Milton finds time to squirrel hunt now
that he's a doctor
The Verdict, "Not guilty " Yes, Robert Earl Fields has finally
done it He ha just been admitted tothe bar and he's just
won his first case I'm sure ever one ill R b t
last achieved his success as a lawyer W agree O er nas at
What's this I hear the sound of a typewriter on this Wave? And
what language that secretary is using' Could it be Inez Mullican
is still making mistakes in her typing?
I see lext a crowded night club, where many are enjoying an evening
of dining and dancing, and there is Martha McCulloch She is now
singing with Tex Beneke
Does this town look familiar? Why yes' This is Moulton and who
do we see picking flowers in the rose garden surrounding the tiny
Glenn Home Frances Arthur well, 1sn't sh the lucky one?
Look at that sign on the next wave It's a road id fil
s e ling
station and Bar B Q stand combination and yes, there's Grace Hitt
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p va e secretary and bookkeeper for the boss I bet she is
The waves go by, and the magic is gone as we stroll further into
the enchanted garden of the future
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sound body, do ordain and
the Senior Class of 1950,
Irene Johnson, will my
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being of fairly sound mind and supposedly
establish the last will and testament of
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beauty to Vernelle Haley
Jimmie Hill, will my love for Carolyn Coker to any body who can get
Jewell McCulloch, will my basketball technique to Laverne Alexander
Hilda Ledlow, will my sporty ways to Carolyn Isley
Letha Gla co, will my winning personality to Bobby Smith and Bess
Ralph Sharp, will my curly hair to Billy Don Looney
Martha McCulloch, will my noisy dispo ition and friendly smile to
Pheta Faye Summerford and Kenneth Parpe
Robert Fields, will my divnity a d neatness to Carlton Key
Inez hullican will my friendly ways to Carl Cooper
Petty Hoaeland, will my belief that all roads lead to romance to Joan
will my ability to sinq to Kenneth Harpe
will my ability to gab to Clara Cothern and Don Harris
Grace Hitt, will my flirty ways to Judy Pgwtlgy and Dwight Rgtliff
will ny neatness to June L1 derman
, will my bright brown eyes to Boyd Johnson
Sara Pettus, will my ability to make A's to Wanda Rose
Scott McClanahan, will my typing ability to Billy Jack Smith
, Lewis Key, will
will my way with women to Filly Hughes
will my oratorical ability to Jimmy Ray Ratllff
my executive ability to Thomas Walls.
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FIRST RON Wanda Rose, Joan Grizzard, Vernelle Haley, June
Linderman, Carolyn oker, Clara Cothern, Bess Wallace SECOND
RON Miss McCaghren, Boyd Johnson, Billy Don Looney, Judy
Bentley, Carolyn Isley, Rheta Faye Summerford, Laverne Alexander
THIRD ROW Don Harris, Billy Hughes, Billy Jack Smith, Carlton
Key, Jimmy Ray Ratliff, Dwight Ratliff FOURTH ROW Thomas
Walls, Carl Cooper, Bobby Smith Kenneth Harpe, not pictured
President Vice president Secretary 8 Treasurer
Boyd Johnson Carlton Key Carolyn Isley
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In 1950 I see my classmates, now seniors, have changed ouite a bit
Carl Cooper makes HAH on everything Kenneth Harpe has been
neither absent nor tardy Don Harris is the quietest boy in class
Judy's mother throws out dish water without spilling it on Billy Don
Billy Hughes is giving the girls a pain he won't notice any of us
lhomas Walls stands high on the ball team Boyd Johnson its
Dwight Ratliff has more interest in his alma mater Jimmy Ratliff
is interested in some eleventh grader Billy Jack Smith actually
takes life more seriously Bobby Smith tries so hard to keep his
mind on history Judy Bentley is our most dignified girl June
Linderman has chosen an Austinville boy Carolyn Coke
such a smooth player in Phy Ed Joan Grizzard has fallen for one
of her classmates instead of that fine Athens fella Vernelle Haley
is studying instead of day dreaming Carolyn Isley's mind isn't ent
irely on her senior duties Wanda Ros is exempt on an HAH average
instead of HBH Rheta Summerford isn't interested in any certain fella
Linnle River won't break her HAH record Laverne Alexander is the
senior girls' ball player. Bess Wallace is a swell apple polisher.
Clara Cothern now puts her shoes on after Phy. Ed.
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across the room from Vernelle. Carlton Key is president of the class.
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FIRST ROW Betty Ruth Carpenter, Doris Crow, Dora June Hitt, Mary
Blagbun Josephine Jackson Adelle Linderman Marjorie Maner
Marjorie Isley SECOND ROW Frances Murdock, Elese Murdock Sue
Busby Billie Evans, Sylvia Kitchens, Frances Johnson, Carolyn
Roberts, Wynelle Hall Estelle McCaig Carolyn Cartee, THIRD ROW
Robert French Early Lee Price, Jerry Jones Billy Schrader,
L A Walden Herman Rigel, Melvin Wimberley Roland Nix, Duane
Smith, FOURTH ROW Dennis Allred Roland Oliver Percy Miles
Arthur Morris O'Harrell Jones Raymond Riggs, FIFTH ROW Dovell
Haley Bobby Herbert Billy Free Fred Barber Wallace Daniel,
Malcolm Hogeland, Ennes Roper, Daw on Sparkman, Bill Stover, B111
Spears, J B Austin, Eroy Turner Mr Price
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We the Sopdomore class of IQQO rake the following resolutions
Carolyn Roberts, resolve rot to make eyes at a cer air serior anyrore
Jerry Jores, resolve rot to flirt with 'iss Alexarder since ste nas
changed her name
Marjorie Maner, resolve to be more careful wher having my picture made
ok' girls' I, Bill Stover, resolve not to go steady for a wblle
Billie Evans, resolve not to be too mean to dumb a imals Cboysl
, Ennis Roper, Arthur Moris, and J B Austin, resolve to be more
friendly with the Decatur girls
Frances Johnson, resolve not to slap L A again
aymon Rlggs, resolve to quit batting my eyes at all the girls
Marjorie Isley resolve not to s1t too close to Jacklyn
, Percy Miles and Roland Tix, resolve not to fight over a certain girl
who wears glasses
Josephine Jackson, resolve not to take up w1th all the green trucks
O'Harrell Jones, resolve to require the girls to refrain from the use
of profanity in my presence
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solve not to let the girls around me go hungry for
, resolve to resist my weakness for busdrlvers and be a
Frank Sparkman, resolve to get me a car so I can keep up with the
romarces of my class mates
Sue Busby, resolve not to walk home from the bus line by myself
Dennis Allred, resolve to put some neat on my nbones by next year
Adell Lindermar, resolve to neither lend HOP borrow HGXU year
Roland Oliver, resolve to gPOW twelve inches by next year
Carolyn Cartee, resolve to continue to be easy or the eyes
Bill Spears, resolve to develop some muscles by next year
Betty Carpenter and Doris Crowe, resolve to go home after
Junior George resolve not to be so lonesome when Wynell's
Elese Murdock, resolve to take Home Ec more seriously just
might need it
Robert French, resolve to Hbrush up on Pirate stories
Frances Murdock, resolve to keep the same boyfriend for at
Fred Barber, resolve to carry along enough help to push if
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L A Walden, resolve not to push France off the seat on the bus
, Wallace Daniel and Willard Hamilton, resolve not to wait until lunch
to get our English
Early Lee Price and Herman Rigel, resolve not to drop in on Mr Price
Dora Hitt, resolve to break at least one rule.
Malcolm Hogeland, resolve to make a better basketball player next year
Melvin Wimberly and Bill Schrader, resolve not to bother Miss Collier
with Algebra next year.
Dawson Sparkman, resolve not to trust the air brakes on my truck.
Wynelle Hall, promise not to yearn for a certain green Dodge.
Billy Free, resolve to quit ordering two cokes at lunch.
Bobby Herbert, resolve to grow two inches by next year.
Dorene Burgess and Mary Blagburn, resolve to learn everybody's name
by the end of school.
Eroy Turner, resolve to carry out my duties as safety patrol.
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SECO m D01 Dernice Tkorr, Virginia valxer, SH rley Corur,
petty Lora, ele Tay'1eld, lda Tbleor, Irs leavae
Auburn Jilliams, Jayre Lott FOUQ1H POv ayre Ratl ff, Billy
Gene oodall, Jack Daxis, Sorny TcCla abar rdle olbevt,
Carol Anr Hames, hary Catherire Irick
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Mathyleen NcDonald actually liking a red head
Tommie Wallace being tall, dark ani hand omeo
Auburn Nilllams being able to sing
Jean Engle be'ng ro sy
Noodall buying his own baper
Long keeping her mouth hat lH stuly ball
Allen living without ba ketoallo
Ann Hames being hort and chunkyo
Ratll having a queaky Joice
s Mclight living without her man
Sparkman having black hair
oy Smlth being able to wrlteq
Peggy Jo Jones with blue eyes?
srnestlne Hall being mb
Berrice Thorn not l king more than
Nayne Lott talking loudo
Joyce Burch without Preckles9
Betty Sue Johnston being lazy
Helen May ield being chillishv
Nindle dolbert liking S 9
Jack Davis not being serious mlndedo
a time when Virgina Walker dld not go to school here9
who Mary Fatherine likes?
Billie Louis Dendy without l1pst1ck9
Nelda Nelson without a haopy smileo
the rlnth grade girls not liking the tenth, and eleventh
two boys at onceo
the ninth grade bovs not being jealou of the ninth grade
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FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Thorn, Patsy Dockeryg Helen June Ryan?
Virginia Millerg Betty Joyce Stover' Patsy Mitchell' Betty Marie
Vandiverg Rebeca Oliverg SECOND ROW: John Kitchens! Marlon
Hamiltong Betty Gay Hamiltong Marjorie Kingg Melba Standridg93
Dorothy Kookeng Bascom Scotty Jimmy Paul Garnerg THIRD ROW: Vernie
Haleyg Buddy Pattersong Christine Bondg John Allen Ratliffg
Betty McCulloch3 Gilbert Robertsg Ruby Raperg Robert Manerg
Dewey Lee Millerg FOURTH ROW: Buddy Dockeryg Charles Ballg
Jacklyn Jacobsg Wilburn Hogelandg Robert Hallg Gathel Parkerg
Jack Corumg Alwin Stephensong Mrs. S. M. Dollar.
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Hall 'Life is not so stort but the e lS time for cour
J Ryan 'Patience is the best remedy for every trouble
horn 'Happiness is the product of work well done
Scott nNothing is so difficult but that
it can be done
chens Honor lies in honest work
Parker 'A pound of pluck is worth a ton
Miller UWork while you work, play while
Mrs Dollar HA smile means the same in all
R McCulloch HA good reputation is more
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valuable than money
terson 'Hapoy am I from care I am free
Dockery 'He is like the cock who thought the sun had risen to
hear him crow '
andridge 'Kind words turneth away anger '
over HA witty woman is a treasure
ng 'H r ways are ways of pleasantness
Mitchell 'After the verb 'to love', to help is the most beau
A Ratliff nOne day in the country is worth a month in town
ephenson nlt is better to learn late than never W
rum 'He stands four square to every wind that blows
oken uGod bless the man who invented sleep
H ley 'If you could only cook ' Cto Margiel
ogeland nSpeak fitly or be silent wisely
a l NRest first then work '
Oliver nOh, how dear it is to us, this life we live and see
Bond NA good sport always plays the game, no matter what happens
shall be the same
rner nThe great end of life is not knowledge but action
milton 'My heart is like a slnging bird'
o erts nBe ilent and safe Silence never betrays you
oper nLife is not at all without deli ht N
Vandiver HTrue to a vision, steadfast to a dream
Hamilton 'He who works for humanity will succeed
Maner NTears, idle tears, I know
Dockery 'Quietly she assumes the
Jacobs UNO one knows what he can
Miller nLet thy speech be better
Rivers 'Progress is made by work
not what they mean
duties of life
do 'til he tries
than silence, or be sllent
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FIRST ROW Johnny Matthews, Faye Daniel, Mary Elizabeth Lake
Shelby Johnson, Paul Linderman, Betty Mayfield Lorene Jacobs
Allie Ray Morris, Patty Jo Sparkman, SECOND ROW Donald Kooken
Maxine Roper, Martha Mae Johnson, Mary Ann Schrader, Frances
Rigel Lynn Isley Rudolph Berryman, Bobby Dockery, Joe Lee
Hamilton, THIRD ROW Samuel Cooper, Jean Terry, Louise Hampton,
Billy Doris Weaver, Charles Owens, Sara Pearl Sparkman, Margaret
Walden, Betty Hitt, FOURTH ROW Mary Frances Jones, Alton Carr,
Aldena Liverett Betty Wear, Sarah Jane Russell, James Royer,
Miss Collier, Cloyd Campbell, Jimmie Cartee, Wayne Braswell
Thomas Freeze, Windell Parker, Tom Whitehead, SIXTH ROW Kenneth
Golden, Billy Long, Walter Cooper, Bllly Don Braswell Thomas Hill
Sylvia Igley Joe Lee Hamilton
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Thomas Freeze to be a banker
Jean Terry to get a little larger
Wayne Braswell to be a school principal
Louise Hampton to go to college
James Royer to be an airplane pilot
Lynn Isley to be James R's co-pilot'
Frances Rigel to oe a school teacher
Tommy Hill to be an artist
Mary E Lake to be a nurse
AltonACarr to be an outlaw and cowboy
Sara 51153911 to be a missionary
Samuel-Ccoper to be a baseball coach
Faye Daniel to grow taller
Jimmie Cartee to be a millionaire
Sue Morgan to be a nurse
Shelby Johnson to be a Cadillac owner
Margaret Walden to get slim
Donald Kooken to be a contractor
Aldena Livereta to be a secretary
Joe Hamilton to be a horse racer
M8Xif1G Roper to be a school teacher
Tom Cooper to be a farmer
Mary Schrader to be a nurse
Johnny Matthews to be a florist
Patty Sparkman to e a doctor
Betty Mayfield to be a s hool teacher
Rudolph Berryman to be a rarpenter
Martha Johnson to get thin
Billy Long to be a basketball champ
Donald Shippley to get fat
Allie R Morris to be a nurse
Bobbie Dockery to be a secretary
Tom Whitehead to be a doctor
Lorene Jacobs to be a school teacher
Betty Wear to be a nurse
Cloyd Campbellto be an explorer
Billy D Weaver to be a secretary
Otis Walden to be a basketball coach
Norma Walker to be a nurse
Windell Parker to be a lawyer
Betty Hitt to be a school teacher
Billy Braswell to be a softball pitcher
Sylvia Isley to be a doctor
Kenneth Golden to be a football coach
Miss Collier to get married
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presentatlve, Vernelle Haley Assistant Editor, Lewis Key,
Editor, Scott McClanahan, Advertising, Miss Mavis McCaghren
Sponsor, Jimmy Hill, Artist, Sales, Barbara Jones, Artist,
Frances Arthur, Historian, Grace Hitt, Prophet, Inez Mulli
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Pobert Fields, Photographer, Irene Johnson, Photographer,
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Representatives, Milton Russell Pres Carolyn Howard, Secre
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Standing: Scott McClanahan, Sports Edltor, Miss Mavis McCaghren,
Sponsor, Hilda Ledlow, Business Manager, Barbara Jones, Artist'
Carolyn Howard, Artist, Inez Mullican, Feature Editor, Seated:
Elaine Millwcod, Typist, Jimmy Hill, Artist, Lewis Key, Editor
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Rudolf Berryman, JOhI'1 Kitchens, Tom Whitehead SECOND ROW
JaCklYW Jacobs Windle Holbert, Lewis Key, Auburn Wmlliams
Jimmy Caftee, THIRD POW Billy Hu hes, Bill Spears, Dawson
Sparkman, Carlton Key
FIRST ROW Sara Russel, Allie Ray Morris, Norma Jean Walker, Bobbie
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SECOND ROW Marjorie Maner, Estelle McCa1g, WYU0110 Hall, FPHHCSS
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THIRD RON Miss McCaghrcn, Grace Hitt, arolyn Howard, and
FIRST ROW Ethelene Crowe, Elaine Millwood, Inez Mullican,
Sarah Pettus, SECOND ROW: Lewis Key, Carolyn Howard, Mrs.
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FIRST ROW: Adell Linderman, Marjorie Isley, Wynell Hall, Billie
MOST AMBITIOUS D T DDDTU
Jewell McCulloch Lewls Fey 1 ia Ledlow Ralph enar
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Frances Arthur Robert Field
Betty Hogeland Jimmie Hill
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Prettiest a Most Handsome Inez Mullican Scott McC1anahan
Irene Johnson Milton Russell
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COSTUME CONTEST: Bernice Thorn, Shirley Corum, Robert French, Marjorie
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TOHL N SANOTTN P SON COMPANY
Hardware Garden Seeds
505 Second Avenue Phone 19
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WALLACE BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP
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704 2nd. Avenue
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2nd. Avenue Decatur, Alabama
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245 E Moulton St Decatur, Alabama
ROBTNSON FURNITURE COMDANY
402 Rank Street Pnone 93S
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Mason Hamlin Chickering
Wurlitzer Story 8 Clark
518 Second Avenue Decatur, Alabama
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255 E Moulton St Decatur, Alabama
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505 Second Avenue Decatur, Alabama
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