Mrs. C.D. Heard*, Janet Carpenter, Mildred Crokett, Glanca McKendree, Ann Swift, Pearl Stephens * Maxie knows. April 19, 1968, Bynum Bridal Tea. I left for Vietnam 2 days later.
Bynum Baptis Church in the Community Bldg. I think this was on a Sun night. J. C. Braxton, Ed Owen, Mr & Mrs. Mathis, H. B. Thompson, sr, Mr and Mrs. C. Heard, Mrs Hurshman, Mr. and Mrs. Lane and man I have not been able to ID.
Ray Canant, Violet Canant, Gary Canant, Henry Horn's Airplane
When Ray was building his house, Henry Horn decided to help out by dropping concrete blocks out of his airplane. Fortunately, the blocks were too big to shove out the window or we could have bombed the neighborhood with blocks.
Bynum Study Club. Home Made Easter Bonnets
So Far: 1st Row, L to R: Mrs. Carmichael, Violet Canant, Judith Clingo, Glanca McKendree 2nd Row, L to R: Helen Caudle In picture somewhere: Mrs. Roundtree, Magnolia Carpenter
The study club was very similiar to what we recall as the Lions Club for the men. These ladies were interested in promoting the good things of Bynum like the school. Each year they sponsored an essay contest and the winner would receive a special prize. The hats were a fun project and they were all hand made. Helen Caudle, my mom is the lady on the left with a lamp shade hat with two sunflowers. She is looking up at the camera. The picture was made I believe in the lobby of the Officers club. Bill Caudle
Judith Clingo (Housing Office) and Mrs. Bruce Walker (Mrs. Santa)