Sadye Stewart presented a 1914 map of Montgomery County to the Treutlen County Historical Society. The members and guests were bussed to Troup's Tomb to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Governor Troup's birth.
The City of Soperton mailed tax notices early. The usual 10 mill tax had been reduced to 5 mills due to the roll back from the local Option Sales Tax.
City election was announced with Posts 1 and 2 and the Mayoralty to be considered. Incumbents were Reginald E. Evans, Curtis Thigpen, and Frank Radford, Jr.
The First Baptist Church was accepting bids for the removal of the two-story C. D. Williams House, aka Ricks Boarding House. (The vacant lot where the three crosses are located).
A November 9 wedding was announced for Melanie Mimbs and Phillip Warnock.
Eighth grade class officers: President Brad Braddy, Vice President Francois Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer Samantha Harden, and Reporter Jeffry Palmer.
The Braddy/Sumnerr children showed off a big toadstool.
The Get Out To Vote seminar was held by the Georgia Coalition of Black Women.
Coach Howard Cochran, who had departed Treutlen County, scheduled a football game with his friend Coach Andy Henderson of Blackshear. The Vikings were clobbered, 35-0.
William A. Ricks
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