Friday, October 8, 2010

YOU ARE THERE - October 1, 1975

John E. (Jack) Ellington was appointed Treutlen County Representative to the Nine-County Area Alcohol Rehabilitation Clinic.

THS Senior Chuck Ellington was elected President of the Treutlen FFA and Georgia FFA Vice-President.

A fund was established for Jerry Carter, victim of a very serious farming accident.

Daisy Miller killed a timber rattler.

Hazel Simons was selected to fill the vacancy on the Hospital Authority created by the resignation of Chairman Hugh Gillis.

Mrs. John P. Smith's "memory book" revealed valuable information about the football program of the late 1930's  Football was suspended during World War II. (Printed in Bill's column)

Kay Wheeler announced regular hours at her Beauty Salon on Route One.

TES library is now a media center under the supervision of Mrs. Jessie Hodges.

Mrs. Maude Connell was honored at the family reunion. She was 84.

The new '76 Chevette was available at Peacock Chevrolet for $3,246.

Vikings lost to East Laurens, 53-0.

Brantley Ricks represented Georgia in the National FFA Band.

William A. Ricks 
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