Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

By Crystal Nash

Series: Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past | Story 149

June 18, 1953

The 1951-52 annual report made by the City of Hohenwald won top honors for “most original” in a state-wide competition sponsored by the Tennessee Municipal League.

Strong winds struck Hohenwald on June 13th, at about 3 p.m. “clearing the streets of dust, paper, and people” and leaving “them with broken limbs and twigs.”

Mrs. Cas Lomax discovered that the upper story of her home on West Linden Avenue was infested with copperheads when one of the snakes fell from a hole in the ceiling onto her kitchen floor.

D. W. Hensley was honored for his 73rd birthday with a surp...

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