Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

Series: Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past | Story 185

March 21, 2024

March 18, 1954

The paving of a 34-mile stretch of the Natchez Trace in southern Tennessee and northern Alabama was scheduled to begin within 30 days.

The Herald reported that the FFA had received 110 rabies shots with the promise of two or three hundred more; and therefore, planned to resume the rabies vaccination clinic on March 29th. The shortage caught the attention of F.C. Sowell, Radio Newspaper Editor of WLAC in Nashville, who investigated the situation and found that the State Health Department had an ample supply to which he helped the FFA gain access.

Mr. and Mrs. Don Glen announced t...

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