• About $15,000 worth of cotton was sold in one day in Griffin.
• The First Methodist Church was planning a revival.
• The Interurban Railroad asked for a franchise.
• Dr. Smith was to lecture at a School Improvement Club meeting.
From the annals of 1962
• Seven U.S. frogmen was seized off Cuban coast.
• Gary Player led the first round of The Masters but then Arnold Palmer took the lead in later rounds.
• Griffin lawmakers met with the governor.
• Hedy White won an anti-litter essay contest.
• Guerrillas in South Vietnam killed two U.S. soldiers and captured two others.
From the annals of 2007
• Haunt Analyst, a group from Zebulon, was investigating local paranormal events.
• The Griffin girls track team was preparing for the region meet in Milledgeville.
• Local sports Hall of Fame founder and owner Bill Beck planned to conduct free tours during the spring.
• Griffin High teacher Catherine Pursley was retiring at the end of the school year.
• A Confederate Memorial Day ceremony was held at the Stonewall Confederate Cemetery.
• Griffin High’s Xavier Randolph was named the “Player of the Week.”