As reported 34 years ago in The Columbia News, June 17, 1970:
The Appling Jaycettes and Jaycees held a joint installation May 30, 1970 at Sophie's Restaurant.
The following Jaycettes were installed for 1970-71 by Shirley Morris: president, Ann Brown; 1st vice president, Linda Hollimon; 2nd vice president, Becky Brooks; secretary, Sara Ann Birdsong; treasurer, Laura Smith; director, Mozelle Tankersley.
Ann Brown was awarded a plaque for outstanding Jaycette of the year.
The Jaycee officers for 1970-71 were installed by Jimmy McDaniel: president, Vernon Boswell; 1st vice president, T.L. Smith; 2nd vice president, Carl Tankersley; secretary, Lonnie Morris; treasurer, George Brown; Directors, Clarence Hollimon and Jackie Brooks.
The Jaycee of the year award was presented to T.L. Smith.
Patricia Ann Frederick, Evans High School valedictorian, is one of four high school graduates in the CSRA to be selected as the Augusta College Faculty Scholar.
Frederick is the daughter of the late Mrs. and Mrs. H.B. Frederick, and lives with her guardians, Mr. and Mrs. William M. May of Martinez.
Four Columbia County students qualified for Spring Quarter Dean's List at Augusta College: Linda E. Harvill, Martinez; Lester D. Morris, Appling; Patricia R. Points, Martinez; Margaret A. Reynolds, Grovetown.
Edgar Caddell has been employed as the new principal of Martinez Elementary School for the 1970-71 school year. Caddell currently is serving as head coach and athletic director of Garrett High School in Charleston, S.C.
Area candidates for state and national offices are unopposed for the General Election in November.
Reps. Bobby Johnson and Glenn Phillips of the 29th District (Columbia, Warren, Glascock and McDuffie counties) have qualified for re-election without opposition. The same situation holds true for Judge Randall Evans Jr., of the Georgia Court of Appeals.
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