Lewis County Herald - Serving Hohenwald, Lewis County Tennessee Since 1898

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 By Crystal Nash    News    January 19, 2023 

Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

January 15, 1953 The Lewis County Quarterly Court voted unanimously on a resolution adopting an anti-rabies law for Lewis County. The city already had enacted a rabies law, but was unable to enforce...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    January 12, 2023

Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

January 8, 1953 Pfc. John A. Russell was wounded in action in Korea. The Tennessee railroads paid Lewis County a total of $5,457.69 during 1951 as taxes. Of this amount, $3,067.85 was allocated...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    January 5, 2023

Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

January 01, 1953 No paper published due to New Year’s Holiday. January 03, 1963 J.H. Warf, superintendent of Lewis County Schools for 13 years, was sworn in as State Commissioner of Education on Dec...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    December 29, 2022

Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

December 25, 1952 No newspaper was published this week. December 27, 1962 No newspaper was published this week. December 28, 1972 S.E. Kealhofer, Cloyd Peery, and Hershel Spears were first place...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    December 22, 2022

Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

December 18, 1952 Annie Mai Edwards, Doris Floyd, and Linda Hickerson appeared on the WSM radio program, “You and Your Home”. Members of the Hohenwald Volunteer Fire Department and their spouses...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    December 15, 2022

Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

December 11, 1952 J.H. Warf, County Superintendent of Schools, announced that he received notification from the State Department of Education that LCHS was given an A-1 rating. The A-1 rating was the...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    December 8, 2022

Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

December 4, 1952 The Hohenwald Fire Department asked residents to donate old toys that could be re-gifted to an underprivileged girl or boy for Christmas. The Fire Department would mend and repaint...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    December 1, 2022

Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

November 27, 1952 Minnie Evans resigned as Clerk of the Lewis County Selective Service board effective December 31. Evans had served as Clerk since 1948. O.E. Marbet, local board chair, announced...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    November 23, 2022

Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

November 20, 1952 Mayor W.C. Keaton announced the publication and release of an Annual Report which would be mailed to all city water customers. This was the first report of this type ever published...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    November 17, 2022

Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

November 13, 1952 It was reported that Armistice Day passed quietly in Hohenwald. “As has been the custom for the past several years, Armistic [sic] Day passed almost unnoticed here. Possibly...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    November 10, 2022

Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

November 6, 1952 The main headline for the week was “Eisenhower Our Next President.” General Dwight D. Eisenhower won the presidency with a landslide national vote. In the presidential race, Adlai...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    November 3, 2022

Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

October 30, 1952 Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Bates celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at their home with an open house during the afternoon and evening. The Herald colorfully reported that the LCHS...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    October 27, 2022

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

October 23, 1952 The presentation of a diorama of Meriwether Lewis on the Natchez Trace would be made by S.L. von Gemmingen, District Engineer of the Bureau of Public Roads to the National Park...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    October 20, 2022

Glimpses

October 16, 1952 The City of Hohenwald completed its second year of side walk construction with 2,150 feet having been built under the joint cost plan with the city and property owner. The Nashville...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    October 13, 2022

Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

October 09, 1952 The State Highway Department supply house caught on fire. The building used to house tools and supplies was destroyed while a larger building used by the highway crew was saved....

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    October 6, 2022

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

October 02, 1952 The Heald reported that “another old landmark of the early days of Hohenwald’s existence” had been lost when the J.B. King Blacksmith shop building on corner of Park Avenue...

 

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

September 25, 1952 Ford Turnbow and Buford Ogg shot a bob cat that lounged at them while hunting on Swan Creek. Wanda Talley volunteered into the Waves on September 17 and would take her boot...

 
 By Crystal Nash    News    September 1, 2022

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

August 26, 1982 Governor Lamar Alexander announced the approval of a $498,330 Community Development block grant for industrial park improvements in Hohenwald. Local law enforcement confiscated 17...

 

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