About 1963 just after Pentecost bought the Methodist church building. Some
names are: Jeannie Bazor, Bill Mathis, Sue Bazor, France's Wieneke, Ka
Nelson, Harriet Troutt, Carl Craig, John Bacon sr., Carl Day, Gladys
Day, George and Flora Reeves, Sara Johnson, Johnnie Bill Wieneke,
Prescilla Hilton, Leatrice Wieneke, Faye Nelson, Dora Bazor, Teresa
Big Bay Main Street 1960's
Big Bay Store 1960's. That's a 1962 chevy. Carl and Irene Foss proprietors
Kay Nelson (L) Mary Sexton (R) Inside Boot's Store 1965
New Columbia School July 23, 1970
Sign on porch reads "Burnett's Store". John and Alma
Burnett were the last to operate a grocery in Reevesville. It closed in the
Inside Burnett's Grocery, Reevesville
Top picture Jim Cox and Richard Wright.
Bottom: John Wynn and LeeRoy Stafford.
Gene, Buck, and Lindell Hazel 1960's? - Lived on a farm just north or town.
1960's - Frank and Freda Marberry
1960's - Jim Bazor and Pilkey Burnett. Jim was possibly the strongest make in Reevesville, he worked the local section gang on the ICRR. Pilkey owned a farm about 3 miles
up the road from R'ville.
1960's John Burnett on his HD
Left - Joyce Shaw
Mid - JoLynn Clymore
Right - Judy Burnett
Methodist Youth Fellowship Bake Sale.
Kids in background - names unknown
Wright Family 1960's L to R: James, Lois, Robert (Butch), Roy Lee
(Pinky),Lillie Jane, Barbara, Thomas, Glenda - Children of Glenn and Bertha
Gaynel (Taylor) Hunt, Ed Taylor, Stanley Taylor 1960s
Aline Cummins in front of Boot's Store in 1968
Harold Dowd in front of Boot's Store, 1970's
Boot Fishing the Bay in the 1970s
Wieneke Grocery Store 1959
Lee (pinky) Wright, Wimpy Stafford and Silas Goodson after loading
Pilkey's (E.L. Burnett) pickup with fresh cut bales of hay.
John Burnett and Kenny Choate
John Troutt, Gerald Taylor, and Duke Staton of Samoth sittin on porch of I.C. Cafe
Kenny Choat in front of Calvin Miller's store (Later
Wieneke and then Burnett store).
Walter and Alma McGinnis - Taking a relaxing break. Walter can't stop long so he keeps his gloves on.
Gilda and Barb
Jeannie Bazor purchasing some lunch meat from Boot. Sometime in the 60's?