Marie satisfied her adventurous spirit by traveling the globe during her husband's 25 year distinguished Air Force career. While building her family, Marie lived in 14 homes, in six states and Japan. After Stafford retired she continued to travel as a sponsor for many high school trips across America.
1:12 AM, Aug. 6, 2011 | Montgomery Advertiser
Former Alabama State player Roy Dawkins was named the Hornets' secondary coach Friday.Dawkins was a four-year letterman and a three-year starter at defensive back for the Hornets from 1993-96, and was a teammate of ASU head coach Reggie Barlow for three seasons.
Dawkins, a former ASU student assistant, was the head coach at Central-Hayneville (2000-01) and the defensive backs coach at Sidney Lanier (2002) and Huntingdon College (2003-04). He also coached Northview High's defensive line (2007-08) and served as defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach 2009-10).
by David Bagwell(1)
Maybe one of the two(2) most famous oral non-athletic legends at Sidney Lanier High in the 1940s and 1950s was about how Miss Kate Clark’s panties fell down around her ankles during her Latin class.
In the summer of 2011 I was given a collection of Montgomery history stuff by Miss Clark’s nephew in Mobile, Mobile architect Nick Holmes, Jr., and in it was a typed collection of papers which Miss Clark had given over the years to the Tintagil(3) Club, a Ladies’ literary club in Montgomery founded in 1896 by Miss Mary Elmore, and which in 1920 and 1948 published excellent pictured guidebooks of Montgomery.
Here is Miss Clark’s own version of the panties story, as given to the Tintagil Club on a date which we cannot yet identify:
Her long and productive life was cited, from her graduation from the University of Alabama in the 1920s, to her marriage to longtime Duke coach Herschel Caldwell, to her devoted support of her beloved Duke football, to her many contributions as a wife, mother, and grandmother, and friend to many, and also her many civic contributions to Durham, where she lived from the 1930s to her death in 2011.
Anita Mitchell Caldwell
DURHAM -- Anita Mitchell Caldwell, a resident of Durham, died Sunday night at Hillcrest Convalescent Center on her 103rd birthday.
She was born April 24, 1908 in Letohatchee, Alabama, the daughter of James Butler Mitchell and Wilmer Rogers Mitchell.
She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Herschel Amos Caldwell Sr.