Ice Storm – 1941
By Reno Bailey
It likely hit in January or February of that year. At left is a house on Main Street in Cliffside, probably the Baptist preacher’s. Meanwhile, up the road at the curve in Caroleen, someone has narrowly escaped sliding off into an icy stream. It was surely a day for staying home, putting more coal in the heater, and snuggling up with a Saturday Evening Post.
Photos courtesy Nancy Brown Wallace. (Most likely they were taken by her father, Esper Brown.)