Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

Series: Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past | Story 102

July 10, 1952

The State of Tennessee asked the Lewis and Maury County to buy right-of-way on the uncompleted section of Hwy. 99 (slightly less than 7 miles with just a little over half if the distance in Lewis County). The LCH reported that the State did not propose to pay any part of the cost of the right-of-way at that time.

A new pest called a bag worm arrived in the county, easily destroying evergreens. O.R. Holly, formerly associated with the Department of Extension work in cooperation with TVA, recommended using a dust-gun to apply the powdered form of ar...

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