Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

Series: Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past | Story 127

January 12, 2023

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 entirely for the schools of this county.

The Oak Grove Club met on January 03 and agreed to ask the County Court for an anti-Rabies law and to have the requested law enforced so that all dogs in the county would be vaccinated.

The LCHS band planned to give a concert consisting of popular music, waltzes and marches on January 16.

Arthur Jackson, Horace Murphy, Boyce Tatum, and Claude Whitehead were induc...

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