As reported 48 years ago in the pages of The Columbia News, Thursday, Aug. 27, 1959:
Past president of the Harlem Rotary Club, Francis Tracy, spoke to the Rotarians on Monday night on attendance. Tracy said good attendance makes Rotary objectives possible.
President Bob Meybohm presided and welcomed visitors from Thomson and Appling.
A meal was served by members of the Harlem Woman's Club, and Evelyn Hatcher, club pianist, provided selections during the supper hour.
After the club meeting, the directors considered assisting with air conditioning for the Community Club House.
ASC panel named
An Election Meeting was held Thursday, Aug. 20, for the Columbia County ASC Committee.
Roy D. Tankersley of Appling was re-elected chairman; Nelson Cash of Martinez was re-elected vice-chairman; Willie Joe Luckey of Harlem was re-elected as member; Robert W. Lane of Thomson and J.D. Norris of Evans were re-elected as alternates.
The committeemen will take office Sept. 1 and will be responsible for county administration of the Agricultural Conservation Program, Soil Bank Program, Price Support activities, Allotment and Marketing Quota Programs.
Tough run for Evans
Coach Red Bullock and his assistant, Mitchell Milford, said the Evans High football team has a tough 10-game schedule lined up. Two of the games will be against Harlem at home.
The Knights, who have many players returning this season, plan to use the T-formation a great deal.
According to Coach Bullock, 1959 is a key year.
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