The Bank of Soperton installed a covered drive-in window with pneumatic tube. There had been a smaller window for drive-up but without all the equipment.
Windsor wrote humorously about the differences in Democrats and Republicans. (Not quite the same as in 2011.)
Ricks wrote about his first cameras - a Kodak Brownie redeemed by Blue Horse trademarks and an Ansco given for graduation, both with fixed focus lenses.
Izod shirts for $16.50 at The Sir Shop. Rather high at the time for a knit shirt. (Consumer Reports once gave top rating to the seven-dollar Target brand.)
Soperton Fish Market on North Second Street was under management - Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rogers.
Seven birth announcements were published.
William A. Ricks
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