Gilda Ann Driggers, Melissa Byrd, and Sandra Hooks were winners in the three-school pageant.
Who shot J. R.? These participants in the "Pine Poll" all got the right answer: Shirley Brantley, Virginia Allen, Becky Smith, Edith Vanlandingham, Marsha McDonald, Donna Shurling, and Jackie Heath. Even 25 years later, many people remember that it was Kristin!
Lauren Shurling was pictured with a 1920 button hook that had belonged to her great grandmother, Mrs. Morris H. Newsome.
Corduroy overalls wer $21 at Katherine's.
"Coal Miners Daughter" was playing at the Brice Cinema.
Hunters with deer: Herbert Hall, Bill Barrett, and Wyman Poole.
Cuba Walker was assigned to student teach at Metter Primary School.
The church page that Mr. Windsor started his first year with the paper had diminished to less than a quarter-page with four sponsors: Mayor Frank Radford, Judge Clayton Stephens, Clerk of Courts R. H. Warnock, and the J. G. Webbs' Firestone store.
Diane Renfroe was playing basketball for Gordon Junior College.
Faith Tabernacle announced the Glory Land Bazaar for December 6.
Tonya Gillis was the only fifth grade Honor Roll student, and Sheila Fowler was the only one in sixth grade.
Mrs. Loutrelle Edenfield's art students were doing well, as Mrs. Neva Williamson received first place with the Dublin Fine Arts Association, and Curt Wommack was awarded first place in Morganton, NC.
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