As reported 43 years ago in The Columbia News, Thursday, March 6, 1969:
Buffalo at ranch
Five buffalo are residing in a four-acre, fenced-in pasture owned by their caretaker Larry Graham on Wrightsboro Road across from Bellview Memorial Gardens.
Four out of the five buffalo are cows, and the male buffalo, named Bill, is approximately 6 feet at the shoulders and weighs 2,000 pounds.
Graham invites the public to visit his pasture to get a glimpse of the buffalo as well as his sheep, turkeys, goats and a Texas longhorn steer.
The Harlem Jaycees and Jaycettes held their annual awards banquet at the Harlem Women’s Club. Ned Young, a past national director of the Georgia Jaycees, attended as the guest speaker.
E.G. Meybohm was awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the Jaycees due to his outstanding contributions to the Jaycees and the community.
Mrs. Jule Hatcher was awarded the Jaycettes Distinguished Service Award because of her numerous years of service to her community as well as her participation in school, community and church activities.