Wednesday, February 23, 2011

YOU ARE THERE - February 26, 1986

Owen Thomason led his FFA students to provide a farm animal petting zoo for TPS students.

The Soperton Fire Department tried out the new deluge gun.

Windsor's column: It was the 100th anniversary of Progressive Farmer, and the magazine asked Charles Kuralt to write about Southern rural life.

Ricks's column: Giants of Journalism, new inductees to Georgia's Hall of Fame: Joseph Parham, Marvin Griffin, Ron Autry,  and John Eldridge Drewry.

Whatever happened to all the school campus trees that were planted for Arbor Day?

Sara Cook, Cayce Cook, and Mrs. Lillian Flury set out for Cancun, Mexico, a prize from the Tastee Freez Giveaway.

Junior High girls won first in the Adrian basketball tournament.

Mason Mosley died February 23, at the VA Center at age 60.

Frank Radford wrote a letter of appreciation, noting his retirement from the cleaners with wishes to serve full-time as Mayor again.

Under the leadership of Coach Joe Moore, the Vikings ended their basketball season with a loss, 72-58, to Bible Baptist.

William A. Ricks 
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