Reform and Kennedy Alabama
Brown Company preserves pine logs for Telephone Poles.
Lorenzo Dow, an itinerant preacher who traveled through Alabama and Mississippi roughly 200 years ago. Word has it Dow stopped off in this small town, found it so much in need of change he told the people they were so out of step with God and he wouldn’t return unless they reformed. At least some of the residents enjoyed his preaching enough to change the name to Reform.
By now George has switched to another topic. With a slight grin he explained the local high school doesn’t have the town name because what parent would want to tell the people their son or daughter had graduated from the Reform School.