There was a full scale investigation of the disappearance of Soperton banker Gary Ladue. Do you remember how it turned out?
David Sanford was to be honored as Soperton's latest Eagle Scout.
Lion Bill Peterson brought Carl Gillis to the meeting as guest speaker.
Clayton Stephens administered the oath of office to Councilman Donnie Cammack.
Windsor's column: The subscription campaign.
Ricks's column: Soperton - City of 100,000.
Pine Poll: When asked opinions of the governor's race, selected answers were: Sam Nunn if he would run, Joe Frank Harris, Billy Lovett, and "Possum" Lovell.
March 6, 1931: A whole page was devoted to the "Orland School Examiner," edited by the school superintendent and son of Soperton News editor. His name was H. M. Flanders, Jr.
Mrs. Bernice Walker celebrated her 80th birthday.
Virgil Norris (Sr.) grew a big crooked neck pumpkin.
Boys Basketball ended with a loss, 71-59, to Metter, whose only defeat of the season was to Treutlen. Lavon Mercer must have been on the top of his game this time against John Morgan's Vikings.
William A. Ricks
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