Addie Boyd Wagner's Report Card
Meet The seniors of '34
President - Tom Walsh
Vice President - Paul McEwen
Secretary - Myrtle Robinson
Class Sponsorer - Prof. Ray Shoun
Class Flower - White Rose
Class Colors - Blue and Gold
Class Moto - "Work works wonders"
(Note: senior students are listed by name with some having identifying information such as home location and parents)
The above information is abstracted from the Johnson County News, Mountain City, TN, Wednesday, 4 April 1934, page 1. It was submitted by and presented here with the permission of Ruby Coleman
I was looking over a newspaper article sent to me by my dad's cousin and I noticed an article titled "Pupils of Mrs. Nave to be presented in Recital at Academy" the date is May 12 or 13, 1941. Part of the name of the paper was torn off but it ended in Tennessee.
Listed are the names of the song and the author and then the name of the child doing the song. (I found this confusing) Some of the names of people in the article are: Anna & Kathy Goodwin, Mary Ellen Walker, Helen Jordan, Janet Greenwell, Betty Jo Goodwin, Ruth Lipford, Joyce Dean Stout, Jo Ellen Belvin, Earleen Cress, Doris Matherly, Edna Rambo--I may have forgotten a few.
Submitted by and used with the permission of Linda R. Hogan
This is a clipping found among my Mother's (Nona Marie Nichols) things.
Countin' blessins on laundry day
Here's some household hints for washing clothes exactly as given many years ago to a young bride by her Kentucky mountain grandmother. Somehow it makes that washer and dryer look mighty good.
1. bild fire in back yard to heet kettle of rain water. 2. set tubs so smoke won't blow in eyes if wind is pert. 3. shave one hole cake lie soap in biling water. 4. sort things, making three piles. 1 pile white, 1 pile cullored, 1 pile work britches and rags. 5. stur flour in cold water to smooth then thein down with bilin water. 6. rub dirty spots on board, scrub hard, then bile, rub cullored but don't bile, just rench and starch. 8. spred tee towels on grass. 9. hang old rags on fence. 10. pore rench water in flower bed. 11. scrub porch with hot soapy water. 12. turn tubs upside down. 13. go put on cleen dress...smooth hair with side combs...brew cup of tee...set and rest a spell and count blessins.
Submitted by Linda Sue Manning to Johnson County, TN list 1998
This page updated December 5, 2006
Return to Johnson County Main Page
© 1998, 1999 Mary Floy Katzman 2005 Basil McVey All rights reserved