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JIM: Research origin of Bomar Heights, then College Hill
. . . away from the noise of the business section and on an elevation that commands the view in every direction. . . heretofore the happy home of ticks and chiggers.
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The following article from the February 12, 1902 Adair County News relates indirectly to the "History, Please: Who lived here in the '50s, '60s" CM photo posted today (Tuesday. December 23, 2014), Oddly enough, I came across this yesterday in the course of other research.
"In the early spring Mr. N.M. Tutt and John N. Conover will put on the market 25 or 30 one-half acre lots and if any one desires to come to our town, to be in reach of a good school [the Male & Female High School] and other conveniences not found in the country, no trouble will be in the way to secure a desirable location.Above about: History, Please: Who lived here in the 50s, 60s
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