Remember When?

 

Columns from The Westminster SC News

by: Jack L. Hunt

 

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26 Jun 2011

 

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Miscellaneous

       

Hunt-01.pdf

1

  Front Cover
Under Construction

2

  Author's Book Signing
 

3

  Biography
 

4

  Remembering
 

5

  Ordering & Pricing
 

6

  Read Cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1989

       

Hunt-02.pdf

1 - 3

19-Apr-1989

Joe Rogers In The Oconee Mill Supply Room Again

 Randy Strickland -- A New Face In An Old Place

(1.1 MB File Size) 3 - 5 15-Nov-1989 "Foggy" Dickson Kept An Interesting Business

 

5 - 7

22-Nov-1989

That's The Way It Was... At "Foggy's"

 

7 - 8

29-Nov-1989

You Never Know Any Limit To Honor

 

8 - 11

06-Dec-1989

Lester Vaden Had An Unusual Approach

A Near Impossible Task!

 

11 - 13

13-Dec-1989

Not Really Out-of-Step

There Was More Diversified Industry

Not Always The "Good Ole Days"

 

13 - 15

20-Dec-1989

Jess Freeman Used The Power Of Suggestion

W.J. England's Store Goes Back In Time

 

15 - 18

27-Dec-1989

Hospital Location Is Identified

Bridge Is Being Replaced On "Dr. Johns" Road

Modern Chickens "Not Fully Equipped"

       
 

 

 

1990

       

Hunt-03.pdf

18 - 20

03-Jan-1990

"Foggy" Was Glad To Accommodate Strangers

Joe Berry Sanders Was Champion Hog Killer

(2.6 MB File Size)

20 - 24

10-Jan-1990

Harry Truman Said It...

John Butler Said It...

Otis Manson Said Someone Said It...

We Don't Know Who Said It...

John Butler Also Said...

 

24 - 26

17-Jan-1990

Luther Simpson Said: "Cut'em, Cut'em, Cut'em!"

A Good Question About That Sidewalk?

Is Growth Really The Objective Or What?

 

26 - 31

24-Jan-1990

Charlie Mulkey And The "City OF Dan"

 

29 -30

31-Jan-1990

Lige Marett Remembers Charlie M. And Chickens

 

31 - 33

07-Feb-1990

"Mrs. Minnie" Peden Taught English And `Then Some' At WHS

 

33 - 35

14-Feb-1990

Standing In Line For Chapel Program Could Be Hazardous!

 

36 - 38

21-Feb-1990

Mignon Brockman Recalls Mrs. Peden

Then There Was A "Snoopers Column"

Harold Hull Was A Patient At Old Hospital

 

38 - 40

28-Feb-1990

Article from WHS "Hustler" Tells Of Mrs. Penden's Retirement

Adieu To Mrs. Peden

 

40 - 42

07-Mar-1990

An Innovation In Printing...But Alas!

 

43 - 44

21-Mar-1990

John Allen Reynolds -- A Man Of Many Talents

 

45 -47

28-Mar-1990

Original "Streaker" Created

A Big Stir At Homecoming Service

 

47 - 49

11-Apr-1990

Nathan Nuckols And The WHS Class Of `44

 

49 - 51

15-Apr-1990

Russ Carter Did His Bit For "Earth Day" -- Before We Had One

"The Court House Ring" Was Campaign Cry

T.V. Derrick Was Dedicated Public Servant

 

52 - 53

02-May-1990

General Patton Impressed Local Soldiers During WWII

 

54 - 55

09-May-1990

B. Molgro England Much Faster Than Most Computers

Beacon Has Improved The Baseball Field

 

56 - 57

16-May-1990

No Radio Needed To Get In Touch!

 

57 - 59

30-May-1990

Clayburn Davis Had Some Of The Answers

Hunt-04.pdf

60 - 61

06-Jun-1990

Class Of 1940 Had Their 50th Reunion

Furman Simpson Has Remarkable Memory

(3.5 MB File Size)

62 - 64

13-Jun-1990

Mr. J.H. (Jack) Hudson Was A Colorful Character

 

64 - 66

20-Jun-1990

Mr. J.H. (Jack) Hudson Was A Practical Man

 

66 - 68

27-Jun-1990

"Foggy" Dickson Knew How To Keep Cool

 

68 - 70

04-Jul-1990

Electric Fence Supplied The Power For Experiment

 

70 - 72

11-Jul-1990

It Was Summertime And The Life Was Easy...

 

72 - 75

18-Jul-1990

Trucking Ice Was Once A Booming Business

 

75 - 77

25-Jul-1990

King's Cash Grocery Was Typical In 1930's

 

77 - 79

01-Aug-1990

Big, Friendly Collie Dog Got His Nose Into Chicken House Escapade

 

79 - 81

8-Aug-1990

Thanks For The Memories... WHS Class OF `44

 

81 - 83

15-Aug-1990

Camp Toccoa Was Training Paratroopers

 

83 - 85

22-Aug-1990

Clemson "Haircuts" Came With Freshman Territory

 

85 - 86

29-Aug-1990

We'll Be Talking Real Money

 

87 - 88

05-Sep-1990

"Easy Does It"

 

88 - 90

12-Sep-1990

Printing With Lead Had Special Problems

 

90 - 92

19-Sep-1990

Demolition Of Old Filtering Plant Stirs Memories

 

92 - 93

26-Sep-1990

Football Games Stir Old Memories

 

93 - 94

03-Oct-1990

What's New To Some... Is Old To Others

 

95 - 97

10-Oct-1990

Civil War Series Was Worth Watching

 

97 - 98

17-Oct-1990

They Care For The Land... The Land Cares For Them

 

99 - 100

24-Oct-1990

Ashton Hester Will Be Remembered

 

100 - 102

31-Oct-1990

The Skyline Is Changing

 

102 - 103

07-Nov-1990

Coach Howard And His New Book

 

103 - 105

14-Nov-1990

Gambling Instinct Is Alive And Well

 

105 - 108

21-Nov-1990

Some Fishing Trips You Don't Forget

A Strong Bond... 50 Years And Holding!

 

108 - 110

05-Dec-1990

What Ever Happened To Bert Love?

 

110 - 111

12-Dec-1990

Forestry Products Are With Us Daily

 

111 - 113

19-Dec-1990

Christmas Lights And Interesting "Themes"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1991

 

 

 

 

Hunt-05.pdf

113 - 114

02-Jan-1991

Every Time History Repeats Itself... The cost Goes Up!

(2.4 MB File Size)

114 - 116

09-Jan-1991

"I've Fallen And I Can't Get Up..."

 

116 - 118

16-Jan-1991

Collards Were "The Order Of The Day"

 

118 - 120

23-Jan-1991

Things And Rings May Come And Go

 

120 - 122

30-Jan-1991

When Rationing Was Necessary...

 

122 - 123

06-Feb-1991

To Recycle Is Not A New Idea

 

123 - 125

13-Feb-1991

Little Things Often Long Remembered

 

125 - 127

20-Feb-1991

The "Goat Woman" Created Interest

 

127 - 128

27-Feb-1991

`Minnie' Was Milked Over Atlanta

 

128 - 130

06-Mar-1991

Dr. E.L. Shuler - A Great Family Doctor

 

130 - 131

13-Mar-1991

Be Careful -- There's "Snow-Snakes" Out There!

 

132 - 133

20-Mar-1991

What's New From The Academic Halls?

 

133 - 135

27-Mar-1991

All The Fear Reduced To One

 

135 - 136

03-Apr-1991

Grogan Getting Ready For Tomato Season

 

137 - 138

10-Apr-1991

Walking For Health Is Rediscovered!

 

138 - 140

17-Apr-1991

Ruth Gaines Davis "Keeps On Going"

 

140 - 141

24-Apr-1991

Every Day Becomes Very Special

 

142 - 143

01-May-1991

Tornado Season Is With Us

Frank Hunt Visits

 

143 - 145

08-May-1991

Waymon Said He Could "Tell By The Smell"

Other Phenomena

 

145 - 146

15-May-1991

Some Things You'll Always Remember

 

146 - 148

22-May-1991

Memories Stirred By Main Street Fire

 

148 - 150

28-May-1991

Minnie Owen Says She Can Still Count

Hunt-06.pdf

150 - 151

05-Jun-1991

Exploring New Territory Can Be Important

(3.4 MB File Size)

152 - 153

12-Jun-1991

The Door Really Wasn't Big Enough

 

153 - 155

19-Jun-1991

It's "Snake Season" In Oconee County

  155 - 156 26-Jun-1991

Retreat Street Featured Flags

 

156 - 158

03-Jul-1991

Interesting People From Oconee Mill

 

158 - 160

10-Jul-1991

Early Experiences Long Remembered

 

160 - 162

17-Jul-1991

Lighting Created Fast "Streaker"

 

162 - 165

24-Jul-1991

The Plowing Was Easy... Until

 

164 - 165

31-Jul-1991

Everything That Goes Around

 

165 - 167

07-Aug-1991

Charlie Got Brave... When "Primed"

 

167 - 168

04-Aug-1991

As The Twig Is Bent...

 

169 - 170

21-Aug-1991

Things To Remember On October 1sr

 

170 - 172

28-Aug-1991

School Trustees Of "The Old School"

 

172 - 173

04-Sep-1991

Revivals Marked For End Of Summer

 

174 - 175

11-Sep-1991

Crossing Highway 123 "No Problem For "Uncle Ozzie"

 

175 - 177

18-Sep-1991

The "Columbus System" Ain't All Bad

 

177 - 178

25-Sep-1991

"Send Them A Message"

 

178 - 180

02-Oct-1991

Back To The Top Of The Mountain

 

180 - 182

09-Oct-1991

"Old Time" Politics Was More Interesting

 

182 - 184

16-Oct-1991

Local Cafes Were Favorite "Meeting Places"

 

184

23-Oct-1991

Ah! Yes, Changes Do Begin Early, Kendra

 

185 - 186

30-Oct-1991

Oconee Mountaineers Was Tough Team

 

186 - 188

06-Nov-1991

John A. Reynolds Was An Interesting Man

 

188 - 189

13-Nov-1991

Memories For Sale At Pickens Flea Market

 

190 - 191

20-Nov-1991

Sidney Ballenger -- A Great Citizen

Lowell Ross Interested In Preservation

 

191 - 193

27-Nov-1991

If You Ever Send Your Sinuses To Arizona

 

193 - 194

04-Dec-1991

A Day That Changed The World -- December 7, 1941

 

195 - 196

11-Dec-1991

Will Rogers Was Far Ahead Of His Time

 

196 - 198

18-Dec-1991

Keeping Warm In Winter Once Required Effort

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1992

 

 

 

 

Hunt-07.pdf

198 - 200

08-Jan-1992

What About The Economy For `92

(2.2 MB File Size)

200 - 201

15-Jan-1992

Law Of Gravity Continues To Prevail

  201 - 203 22-Jan-1992

W.C. Felder, Printer - A Great Citizen!

 

203 - 205

29-Jan-1992

Pajamas And Monkey Business

 

205 - 206

05-Feb-1992

Thoughts And Conversations

 

206 - 208

12-Feb-1992

Looking Forward To Looking Back

 

208 - 211

19-Feb-1992

There Are A Few You Won't Forget

 

211 -213

04-Mar-1992

A Story From Nathan Nuckols

 

213 - 214

11-Mar-1992

The Road More Traveled

 

215 - 216

18-Mar-1992

Looking Back With Ray

  216 - 218 25-Mar-1992

The "Forum" At Mitchell's

 

218 - 219

01-Apr-1992

Mail Delivery Problems

 

219 - 221

08-Apr-1992

Down Went Frank To The Bottom Of The Well

 

221 - 223

15-Apr-1992

Strange Things Happening At The Golf Course

 

223 - 224

22-Apr-1992

"Cue-ball" Won The Bet!

 

224 - 226

29-Apr-1992

Colorful Characters Of Oconee

 

226 - 227

06-May-1992

An Uncommon Man With Common Sense

 

227 - 229

13-May-1992

Homosexuality Has No Place In The Church

 

229 - 231

27-May-1992

Life's Second Greatest Thrill

Hunt-08.pdf

231 - 232

03-Jun-1992

Chau-Ram Park Brings Back Memories

(3.0 MB File Size)

232 - 234

10-Jun-1992

Felder Museum Of Printing?

 

234 - 235

17-Jun-1992

Be Careful Of "Type Lice" Hazard

 

236 - 237

01-Jul-1992

Everything That Goes Around Comes Around

 

237 - 239

15-Jul-1992

Past Experience Offers Little Help

 

239 - 240

22-Jul-1992

What About The "P-Factor"?

 

240 - 242

29-Jul-1992

Choose A Subject And Begin

  242 - 245 12-Aug-1992

Some Stories Just "Stick With You"

 

245 - 247

26-Aug-1992

How Much Is Too Much Information?

 

247 - 249

02-Sep-1992 "Snake Bit" At The Ramp

 

249 - 250

09-Sep-1992

It Happens... We're Affected

 

250 - 252

16-Sep-1992

There's A Better Way -- Find It!

 

252 - 254

23-Sep-1992

T.E. Mabry Has Great Recall

 

254 - 256

30-Sep-1992

A Wider Street... Then What?

  256 - 257 07-Oct-1992

The Bridge To Jekyll Island

 

158 - 259

14-Oct-1992

Young's Still Keeping Young At 90

 

259 - 261

21-Oct-1992

A Bit Of Reflection At Homecoming

 

261 - 262

28-Oct-1992

Felder Print Shop May Be Preserved

 

263 - 264

04-Nov-1992

Some Landings You Don't Forget

 

264 - 266

11-Nov-1992

Innovation And Preservation "Catching UP"

 

266 - 267

18-Nov-1992

Always In Touch With Real People

 

268 - 269

25-Nov-1992

Funerals Not Festive Occasions, Generally

  269 - 271 02-Dec-1992

It's Not How You Played... But How You Won

 

271 - 272

09-Dec-1992

Sense Of Humor Can Help

 

273 - 274

16-Dec-1992

Of Mice And Men

 

274 - 276

23-Dec-1992

Season For Friends And Family

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19931993

 

 

 

 

Hunt-09.pdf

276 - 278

06-Jan-1993

Time Of The Year For Sears Catalog

(3.1 MB File Size)

278 - 280

13-Jan-1993

Beacon Continues To "Make Warm Friends"

 

280 - 281

20-Jan-1993

Nothing Is Constant -- Except Change

 

282 - 285

27-Jan-1993

The "Cuckoo's Nest" Remembered

 

286 - 287

10-Feb-1993

Fast Cat "Windstock" Took Off And Landed!

 

287 - 289

17-Feb-1993

"Hitch-hikin'" Dog, "Airport" And Snake Alive

 

289 - 291

24-Feb-1993

Transporting "Bootleg" Was An Industry

 

291 - 293

03-Mar-1993

"Ole Gene" Told `Em About Sears

 

293 - 294

10-Mar-1993

Snuff Dippin', Tobacco Chewn', And Liquor Drinkn'

 

294 - 296

17-Mar-1993

Ed Is "Slowing Down" At Watkins' Grocery

 

296 - 297

24-Mar-1993

Plentiful Supply Of Idiots Remain

"Thirty" For Abner Hall

 

298 - 299

31-Mar-1993

Old Radios, Programs Long Remembered

 

299 - 301

07-Apr-1993

Does Anyone Remember "Ole 97"?

  301 - 302 14-Apr-1993

If The System Is Broke, Fix It!

 

303 - 304

21-Apr-1993

Memories Of "Old 97" Revisited

 

305 - 306

28-Apr-1993 Old Fashioned Common Sense Is Helpful

 

306 - 308

05-May-1993

When Your Thoughts Turn... It's Spring!

 

308 - 309

12-May-1993

How `Bout Them Walls, Colonel?

 

310 - 311

19-May-1993

"Send Them A Message" Saturday!

 

312 - 313

26-May-1993

"Have That Bull Arrested" -- Foggy

Hunt-10.pdf

313 - 315

32-Jun-1993

Necessity -- Mother Of Invention

(3.3 MB File Size)

315 - 317

09-Jun-1993

Caught In The Draft

 

317 - 319

16-Jun-1993

"Oh! No! Not Another One From Down There!"

 

319 - 320

23-Jun-1993

Passing Test Of "Time" Is Challenge

 

320 - 322

30-Jun-1993

Transportation Was Scarce

 

322 - 323

07-Jul-1993

Homes With Character

 

323 - 325

14-Jul-1993

How `Bout Them Bears?

  325 - 327 21-Jul-1993

Revisions Were Important To Him

 

327 - 328

28-Jul-1993

Ed Watkins: "Boy I'm Going To Join You!"

 

329 - 320

04-Aug-1993 Summer Events Recalled

 

330 - 332

11-Aug-1993

With Malice Toward None...

 

332 - 333

18-Aug-1993

Some Practical Expectations Hereafter

 

333  - 335

01-Sep-1993

Sounds Like Something Totin `Somethin'

 

335 - 337

08-Sep-1993

Moving By Trial And Error And Tribulation!

 

337 - 339

15-Sep-1993

Two Equals More Than Twice One

 

339 - 341

22-Sep-1993

They Came To Honor Dr. Julius Earle

 

341 - 343

29-Sep-1993

A Cousin In Need Of A Cousin In Deed!

 

343 - 345

06-Oct-1993

Carolina "Moon" In Germany

 

345 - 346

13-Oct-1993

Determining Values

 

346 - 348

20-Oct-1993

He Set Only Headlines... For Thirty Years

 

348 - 350

27-Oct-1993

Fond Memories Of Mountain And Lakes

 

350 - 351

03-Nov-1993

Flint Rhem Came Back To Visit

  351 - 353 10-Nov-1993

Textile Baseball Stirs Memories

 

353 - 354

17-Nov-1993

Pete's "Dinky" Curve Was Hard To Hit

 

354 - 356

24-Nov-1993 Old Warbirds Bring Back Memories
 

356 - 358

01-Dec-1993 Buying False Teeth An Undercover Mission

 

358 - 359

08-Dec-1993

There Are Moments You'll Remember

 

359 - 361

15-Dec-1993

Long Creek Academy Served Well

 

361 - 362

22-Dec-1993 A Funny Thing Happened On The Way...
  363 - 364 29-Dec-1993 One Game He Wished He'd Seen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19941994

 

 

 

 

Hunt-11.pdf

364 - 366

05-Jan-1994

Interesting Stories At County Seat

(2.2 MB File Size)

366 - 367

12-Jan-1994 It Seemed Almost Like Another World

 

368 - 369

19-Jan-1994

Elections Ain't What They Use To Be

 

369 - 371

26-Jan-1994 Seab Told How "Foggy" Kept Cool

 

371 - 372

02-Feb-1994

Celebration Of Life Well Lived

 

373 - 374

09-Feb-1994 Baseball Memories Abound

 

374 - 376

16-Feb-1994

The "Handiest" House In Town!

 

376 - 377

02-Mar-1994

The Ides Of March Remembered

 

377 - 379

09-Mar-1994

Stories From Court House Coffee Shop

 

379 - 381

16-Mar-1994 Never The Same Again At Toccoa Airport

 

381 - 382

23-Mar-1994

Drinking For A Living Hard Work

 

382 - 384

30-Mar-1994 "Goat" Man And "Goat" Woman Characters

 

384 - 386

06-Apr-1994

Healing Power Of Goat Milk And Other Stories

 

386 - 388

13-Apr-1994 Henry R. Kuemmerer, Doctor And Friend

 

388 - 389

20-Apr-1994

Getting The Job Done Ain't Always Easy

 

389 - 391

27-Apr-1994

One Man's Junk Is Another's Treasure

 

391 - 392

04-May-1994

Search For Doctor(s) Begins

 

393 - 394

11-May-1994 Class Of `44 Readies For 50th Reunion

 

394 - 396

18-May-1994

What Really Happened At Oak Grove School

 

396 - 397

25-May-1994 Many Positive Indicators Noted

Hunt-12.pdf

397 - 399

01-Jun-1994

It Was Almost Like "Cuckoo's Nest"

(3.1 MB File Size)

399 - 401

08-Jun-1994 Pigeon Whistles And Other Things

 

401 - 402

15-Jun-1994

W.L. "Shack" Norton Almost Got Hired

 

402 - 404

22-Jun-1994

You Can't Fool "Them Goo-Ioo Bugs"

 

404 - 405

29-Jun-1994

He Predicted "A Big Sale-A-Bration"

 

405 - 407

06-Jul-1994 Keeping In Touch With Real People

 

407 - 409

13-Jul-1994

He Appeared To Be "Ready To Go!"

 

409 - 410

20-Jul-1994 What Is "Fair Market Price?"

 

410 - 412

27-Jul-1994

There May Be A Different Drummer "Out There"

 

412 - 414

03-Aug-1994 Dr. Shuler's Bird-Watching Experience

 

414 - 415

10-Aug-1994

R.C. (Russ) Carter, III, Hangin' In There

 

415 - 417

17-Aug-1994

They Came, They Saw, They Bid And Bought!

 

417 - 418

24-Aug-1994

Information Flowed Freely From A Stranger

 

419 - 420

31-Aug-1994 Things Aren't What They Appeared To Be

 

420 - 422

07-Sep-1994

A Few Hours With George Ballentine

 

422 - 424

18-Sep-1994 Billy Cooper, John Reynolds And Brasstown Creek

 

424 - 425

21-Sep-1994

Dates, Places, Events Registered Forever

 

425 - 427

28-Sep-1994 Evidence Refutes A-Bomb "Guessing"

 

427 - 429

05-Oct-1994

"Boot Camp" Buddy Gone, Not Forgotten

 

429 - 431

12-Oct-1994

Goat Man Report Alive And Well

 

431 - 432

19-Oct-1994

AA Experience Long Remembered

 

432 - 434

02-Nov-1994 A Few Day In The Desert Southwest

 

434 - 435

08-Nov-1994

Phil Recalls Mixed Up Communication

 

436 - 437

16-Nov-1994 "Junk" Ain't Necessarily Cheap

 

437 - 439

23-Nov-1994

Who Is To Say When To Pray?

 

439 - 440

30-Nov-1994 Cars And Distinguished Owners

 

441 - 442

07-Dec-1994

Lifting One's Eyes Unto The Hills

 

442 - 444

14-Dec-1994

Hot Dogs And Then Some

 

444 - 445

21-Dec-1994

Beacon's Christmas Star Brings Memories

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19951995

       

Hunt-13.pdf

445 - 447

04-Jan-1995

"Perception" Is Very Important

(2.2 MB File Size)

447 - 448

11-Jan-1995 "It Was Another World" Back Then

 

448 - 450

18-Jan-1995

Interesting Events At Services

 

450 - 452

25-Jan-1995 John Couch Sold Beef From T-Model

 

452 - 454

01-Feb-1995

"Blazers Of The Trail"

 

454 - 455

08-Feb-1995 Managing Pain, Up To A Point!

 

456 - 457

15-Feb-1995

Ole Lewis Is Still With "The Dawgs"

 

457 - 459

22-Feb-1995

Creative Reporting Allowed

 

459 - 460

01-Mar-1995

Quoth The Raven, "Nevermore!"

 

460 - 462

08-Mar-1995 Difficult Now, Impossible Takes Longer

 

462 - 463

15-Mar-1995

Are You Listening Out There?

 

463 - 464

22-Mar-1995 An Abiding Faith In Our System

 

465 - 466

29-Mar-1995

Who Is Really Going "Half Steps?"

 

466 - 468

05-Apr-1995 Fluoridation Is Important Item

 

468 - 469

12-Apr-1995

Another Interesting Snake Story

 

470 - 417

19-Apr-1995

Picture Collage Creates Interest

 

471 - 473

26-Apr-1995

More Old Photos And Memories

 

473 - 475

03-May-1995 Old High School Buildings Stir Memories

 

475 - 476

17-May-1995

He's Back In The Garden

 

476 - 478

24-May-1995 EAA Plans Memorial Day "Fly-in"

 

478 - 479

31-May-1995

More Than One Required...

Hunt-14.pdf

479 - 481

07-Jun-1995 Events Of Past Still Linger

(2.9 MB File Size)

481 - 482

14-Jun-1995

Was "Black Cat" Afraid Of Anything?

 

483 - 484

21-Jun-1995

"Is The Boil Weevil Bad?"

 

484 - 486

05-Jul-1995

George Was A Hypochondriac

 

486 - 487

12-Jul-1995 Hartwell Lake Before Boat Ramps

 

487 - 489

19-Jul-1995

Old Friends And Pleasant Memories

 

489 - 490

26-Jul-1995 Sense Of Humor May Be Inherited

 

491 - 492

02-Aug-1995

A Golf Course With Sand Greens

 

492 - 494

09-Aug-1995 More Golf Stories

 

494 - 495

16-Aug-1995

Long On Money, Shot On Time

 

496 - 498

23-Aug-1995

Ed Gilmer Would Love That Trip

 

498 - 499

06-Sep-1995

Flashbacks From The Past

 

499 - 501

13-Sep-1995 Old School House Memories

 

501 - 503

20-Sep-1995

Coming Down Retreat Street, etc.

 

503 - 504

27-Sep-1995 Visit With Otis Waxes Nostalgic

 

505 - 506

04-Oct-1995

Now, That's Sho' Nuff Poor!

 

506 - 508

18-Oct-1995 It Was Lip-Smackin' Good... Until

 

508 - 509

25-Oct-1995

He Didn't Speak The Language... If!

 

509 - 511

01-Nov-1995

A Glance Backward Now And Then

 

511 - 513

08-Nov-1995

Professional Pathologist Or Pilot

 

513 - 514

15-Nov-1995 Someone You Know Is Never Far Away

 

514 - 516

22-Nov-1995

In The Rocket's Red Glare

 

516 - 517

29-Nov-1995 In Search Of A Cure

 

517 - 519

06-Dec-1995

Things Look Different From The Air

 

519 - 523

20-Dec-1995 Civil War Trials And Tribulations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19961996

 

 

 

 

Hunt-15.pdf

523 - 524

10-Jan-1995

It's Snow Snake Season Again!

(2.0 MB File Size)

524 - 526

24-Jan-1996 If You Get The Flue Now...

 

526 -527

31-Jan-1996

Howard Played Game Of Life

 

528 - 529

02-Feb-1996 Sometimes A Cat Needs Help

 

529 - 530

14-Feb-1996

Baseball Park Then

 

531 - 532

21-Feb-1996 Fond Memories Of Tribune Office

 

532 - 534

28-Feb-1996

Politics And Ole Gene Talmadge

 

543 - 535

06-Mar-1996

Be Careful What You Ask For

"Don't Take Me To The Church"

 

536 - 537

13-Mar-1996

Hittin'em Where They Ain't

 

537 - 539

20-Mar-1996 Up A Tree Strange Things Can Happen (There is no page 538 in the book)

 

539 - 541

03-Apr-1996

A Lot Of Fun And A Gracious Lady

 

541 - 543

10-Apr-1996 "Skull And Bones," Richmond, VA., Etc.

 

543 - 544

17-Apr-1996

Living Legacy In Long Creek

 

544 - 546

24-Apr-1996 Animals Have Personalities, Too

 

546 - 548

01-May-1996

Birds Said To Be Eating Regular

 

548 - 550

08-May-1996

Crazy Like A Fox

 

550 - 531

15-May-1996

Loss Of Control Is Great Fear

 

552 - 553

29-May-1996 Vim Herb Remembered

Hunt-16.pdf

553 - 555

12-Jun-1996

Strength, Courage And Hope

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555 - 557

26-Jun-1996 Unexpected Event At A Wake

 

557 - 559

10-Jul-1996

Events Again Recalled

 

559 - 561

24-Jul-1996 Some Snakes May May Make You Hurt Yourself

 

561 - 563

02-Oct-1996

Has It Been That Long?

 

563 - 565

16-Oct-1996 Great Way To Keep Going

 

565 - 567

23-Oct-1996

Characters Recalled

 

567 - 569

06-Nov-1996 `Hawk' Memories

 

569 - 571

27-Nov-1996

Politics Remembered

 

 

   

 

Publication donated to the Oconee County GenWeb Project on 31-Oct-2006

by: Jack L. Hunt, Westminster, SC