Saturday, September 11, 2010

YOU ARE THERE - September 11, 1985

A public auction attracted a crowd. Properties of Mrs. Jessie Harrington and Mrs. Neva Williamson were sold.

Windsor's column was a piece written by Claxton editor Mitchell Peace: "11 Sure-Fire Ways To Kill a County."

Primary Viewpoint: what age would you rather be? Jim Gillis: "Twelve, so I could farm with my daddy."

Class of 1953 held a reunion at Shoney's.

12 ounce prime rib for $6.99 at G. C.'s in Swainsboro.

Mrs. Lula Reynolds celebrated her 84th birthday.

Treutlen and Wilkinson tied, 14-14.

Russell Griner killed a big diamondback at Gillis Springs. His brother planned to skin and eat it.

William A. Ricks 
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