1. The principal was Mrs. Carmichael. 2. I remember Mrs. Reeves, Mrs McKendrick, Mrs. Carmichael and Mrs. Williams. As I stated earlier, the first school I attended was at the Theater. We all went there until the school was completed. Everyone went home for lunch until they got the lunch room. 3. don't know 4. don't know 5. Admission to the movies was 10 cents. John Carpenter sold tickets. Sometimes I think Judy Clingo helped out. She was one of the nicest persons. 6. Barbers at Bynum that I recall were Mr. Freeman, Peggy and Gail Freeman's dad, and Mr. Holderfield. Don't know about the mirrors. 7. Work stopped at 4 p.m. 8. We had no car, either rode the Blue Goose or walked down to Hwy 78 and caught the Greyhound or Trailways bus to Anniston. 9. Mama never drove. 10. Don't remember first pizza. 11. The last people on our party line were the Love's. Our # 417R2 12. The apts were gray at all times. 13. Higganbotham's llved on one side of us and Love's on the other. Before the Love's moved in our neighbors were the Shinn's. 14. Can't remember. But he was a nice man. 15. Don't know Mr. Carr's first name 16. Don't know 17. Mr. Carr would let us buy candy on credit. We had to pay on Friday or first thing on Monday. 18. Don't know 19. Our first tv was either RCA or Motorola. It came from Sears and Mama kept it for years. 20. Merita Bread. Hi Ho Silver Away! 21. Howdy Doody time. 22. Red Rover was a game we played. 23. Don't know 24. The Playground was all we ever called it. 25. There was a cafe in Bynum. It was next to the Barbershop and Drugstore, I thnk. It could have been next to the Grocery store. 26. We didn't have fences at DeSoto Manor. 27. Yes, I remember the Goat Man and his boy. We lloked forward to his coming and hated to see him leave. In later years, I think he made a trip to Oxford.