Mrs Nora Montgomery of Lawrence Post 28 was elected in July 1954 as President of the American Legion Auxiliary of the 5th Division. She named Mrs. Mary Hamilton of Bridgeport as her secretary for the year.
Lawrence County News Memorial Trees March 1944
“As spring approaches you will probably notice the beauty of the trees on the school campus. The five trees on the South Boulevard of the campus are known as Memorial trees. They were dedicated about 1920 by the classes and faculties of LTHS to the graduates of our high school who gave their lives for their country during World War I. These men were Clinton Conrad, Leland Cooley, Victor Grow, Horace Jones and Harry Zehner.
Lawrence County News March 26, 1959 W.E. Pinkstaff pictured above on the right, celebrated his 92nd birthday on March 18, 1959. With Mr. Pinkstaff above are his sister, Nancy Steffey of Birds, who was 90 years old last October, and W. E. Pinkstaff (left) a brother. The newspaper noted that Mr. Pinkstaff was a carpenter and was still quite active. That week of his 92nd birthday he was putting a roof on a house.