By the Old Cedar Tree
The old twisted cedar was an important part of the social activities surrounding Cedar Bluffs. Lucy Kennedy Witham writes: "still standing with many of our initials cut in the bark." Roberta Witham LeRoy writes: "Best of all were all the picnics up on the bluffs with fried chicken, homemade ice cream and all kinds of food, playing games and exploring the caves under the old twisted cedar."
Pictured are Mamie Witham and Irene R. a teacher at Valley View School
The following picture, an oil painting, done by Stella Richardson Witham,
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Thursday, May 02, 2002