Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

By Crystal Nash

 
Series: Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past | Story 140

April 13, 2023



April 9, 1953

The City of Hohenwald, having received numerous complaints, reminded residents that it was against the City Ordinance to allow chickens to run at large.

A. M. Rasbury retired from Hohenwald Bank and Trust. The Herald reported that Rasbury had been “one of Hohenwald’s leading business men” for over 50 years, having operated Warren and Rasbury, and served as County Court Clerk in addition to later holding a position at the bank.

A crime laboratory, a 16-ton mobile unit sponsored by Great Central Insurance Company, was scheduled to visit Hohenwald on April 24th.

Jane Anderson, Glenn...



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