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Another Taliban leader has been killed in an American drone strike. Is this likely to assist the peace process in Afghanistan?


 
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Looking Back

Faces and places from the past are featured each week in Looking Back, sponsored by Standard Supply, and we invite you to share your memories here.

If you can identify anyone or remember the occasion, please scroll down and leave a comment.

This one is a puzzler, probably from the 1970s. The men gathered around the table appear to be learning how to use a new machine or a new technique of using an old one. Can you identify any of these men or tell us what’s going on here or where the picture was taken? If so, call Sherri at 423-9331 or send an email.
 

Bobbie Biggers, Bonnie Foster and Dale West have identified the woman in last week’s picture as Bertie Rawlins. She taught school at Ashton and is buried in the cemetery at Mt. Olive Church. Bonnie remembers Ms. Rawlins as a good math teacher but very strict. She was also very active in the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and Bonnie wonders if these unidentified boys might have been winners of a UDC essay contest.
 
 

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