A look back

By Staff
Researched by Dr. Bill Stewart
April 6, 1956-Guy Holloway is a medical patient at Hartselle Hospital. The Sparkman twins (Ronnie and Ronald) recently had surgery.
April 6, 1956-Jimmy Millwood, Joy Turney, Virginia Ann Fitzgerald, and Bill Stewart, Jr., recently participated in the annual library science convention held at Florence State Teachers College.
April 7, 1956-The Calvaleers Quartet, featuring MCHS graduate James Mays, performed in concert tonight at Riddle Auditorium.
April 7, 1956-Katherine Anne Dunaway is visiting friends at UA this weekend.
April 8, 1956-The MCHS school columnists have selected "Too Young to Go Steady" as the song of the week and dedicated to all who go steady.
April 9, 1956-Tyler Brothers, a name formerly connected with the grocery business in Hartselle, now is to be associated with an auto service station. James and Bill Tyler have recently bought out the stock of G. T. Miller's Cities Service station on West Main and are now operating at that place.
April 10, 1956-A musical ensemble composed of Bobby Hargett, piano; Bobby Cain, trumpet; Skipper Drinkard, sax; and D. C. Holloway, guitar, entertained members of the Kiwanis Club at their regular Smith's Restaurant meeting tonight.
April 11, 1956-Cadet Lt. Ralph Pattillo is now back at Gary Air Force Base at San Marcos, Texas, after spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Pattillo.
April 12, 1956-Billy Don Aldridge, MCHS Tiger football standout, underwent nose surgery at St. Vincent's hospital in Birmingham today.
April 12, 1956-The foundation lines were laid out this week for the new home of Dr. Fred Sherrill, Jr., on High Street, next door to the present Sherrill residence.

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Hartselle gears up for future growth: City seeks input for new comprehensive plan 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Severe weather preparedness sales tax holiday begins tomorrow

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

‘I hope it fuels them’: Hartselle turns focus to next season after Elite Eight loss

At a Glance

Students advance to final round in 3D CAD competition

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Woman accused of pushing Hartselle woman off cliff writes letter to judge 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Hartselle Drama makes a splash with “The SpongeBob Musical” 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Hartselle woman marks 28th anniversary of heart transplant 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Woman killed in Somerville house fire identified

At a Glance

Child Safety Conference set for March 5

Editor's picks

Decatur Morgan Hospital getting Safe Haven Baby Box 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Annual tree giveaway set for March 6 

At a Glance

Hartselle native joins American Angus Association  

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

FlashFiber celebrates 10,000th customer 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Alleged shooter in murder-for-hire case to stand trial in October 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Garbage routes altered for Presidents Day

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

College Street Players to present magical production of Peter Pan Jr.  

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Hundreds dazzle at annual Cinderella Ball 

At a Glance

More I-65 paving planned for next week

Editor's picks

Tiger Paws roar to victory at national championships 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Key surpasses Pouncey on all-time wins list

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

ALDOT to pave portions of I-65 South this week

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Meals on Wheels waiting list growing as funding reduced 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Dream, Pitch, Win: Launch Tank competition now accepting applications

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Priceville students visit HudsonAlpha Institute  

x