Remlap is named for the area’s Palmer family; the community’s name is “Palmer” spelled backwards.
Health of the community very good at present.
Joe P. Cowden is having a new warehouse built.
Glad to report Oscar Taylor able to be in school again.
Miss Velma Hartley, of Blount County High School, spent the weekend with Miss Lyda Cowden.
Miss Verona Reese spent Sunday with Miss Lucile Bice at Lee’s Chapel.
Miss Mattie Higginbotham returned to her home at Bessemer Monday.
Ira Pearson, of Springville, spent the weekend with friends here.
Mrs. M. E. Hill and daughter, Miss Myrtle, have returned form a delightful visit to relatives in Corsicana Texas.
Luther Latham spent Friday at Locust Fork.
Mrs. G. W. Little has returned home from Ketona.
Charles Campbell spent a few days of last week in Birmingham.
Mrs. Henry Armstrong is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dawson, in Birmingham, who will soon leave to make her home in the West.
Miss Alta Campbell spent Sunday with Miss Lela Latham.
R. L. Higginbotham, wife and little son Harry, of Bessemer, spent the first of the week with relatives here.
J S. Latham, wife and little daughter, Emma Sue, of Clear Springs, spent Friday afternoon with relatives ehre.
Mr. Bean and Mr. Burns, of Oneonta, spent Sunday near Remlap.
Miss Lyda Cowden left this week for Athens where she will re-enter school.
Misses Katie Watson, Myrtle Higginbotham and Nettie Hullett spent Sunday with Miss Lyda Cowden.
Robert and Charlie Little, of Birmingham, spent Sunday with relatives here.
Mrs. W. C. McPherson and little daughter, Ura Mae, are visiting relatives here.
W. D. Clowdus, wife and little daughter have moved from Remlap to Cullman.
W S. Ellis, wife and baby, of Clear Springs, spent Sunday with relatives here.
Best wishes to The Democrat.
Source: The Southern Democrat
Sept 18, 1913