We were all close in those early days, and most of us are fortunate enough to be able to be together now. Of course, there were many years when we were growing up we all had to go different ways. Evelyn [Moore] Pennington lives between Aunt May’s house and my “old home place” and near where Mildred lives now in her own home.

Of course, Mildred Pringle and I were together at times but our lives went many different ways. Aunt May’s family of children and Mother’s were together very much since we lived so close.

Etholine was a beautiful blue-eyed blond who had a great personality. She was working in Miami but was killed in a car wreck on Highway 136. The Dean at Berry College asked me to come by her office one morning as I was on my way to breakfast at the Ford

Dining Hall. She said, “Lola, one of your cousins has been killed in an accident.” I had dozens of cousins, but when she said, “Etholine,” I felt a severe chill. I will always miss her.

Herman, Etholine, Mildred and I walked home with Grandpa Moore many times after he taught our Sunday School class.

(Submitted by Lola Moore Kyte, Kingston, TN 37763.)

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