FEB. 6, 1948

East Central Junior College is offering this semester for the first time a course in Farm Forestry, as an addition to the department of agriculture.

FEB. 6, 1958

Shelby Lowery, 18 year olds of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lowery of Edinburg, kills an 11 point buck while deer hunting in Kemper County during the Christmas season. Shelby reported that this was his first deer he had killed. He is enrolled at E.C.J.C. at Decatur as a freshman.

FEB. 8, 1968

In an impressive ceremony at the First Baptist Church, Scout George Yates of Troop 53 was awarded the highest honor given in the Scouting program, the rank of Eagle Scout. In becoming an Eagle Scout, George joins the elite group which makes up only one percent of all boys who join the Boy Scout Program.

FEB 9, 1978

Jessica Lea Harpole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.H. (Boots) Harpole was named Miss ECJC in campus elections at East Central. Steven T. Breland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Breland, was named Mr. ECJC. Miss Harpole was chosen sophomore homecoming maid. She is active in several other organizations on campus. Mr. Breland is a member of the varsity football team and was named an All-State and an All-Star player.


Bauer Fashion College of Atlanta, Ga., is proud to announce that Donna Reynolds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reynolds of Union, has been accepted by Bauder Fashion College for the Fashion Merchandising Program. Miss Reynolds will be studying Fashion Merchandising, Interior Design, Fashion Design, and other related subjects.

FEB. 3, 1988

Sherrell G. Breazeale presents a flag on behalf of the Woodmen of the World Lodge 330 to the Philadelphia Fire Department, station number one. John F. Lewis is the one to accept the flag.


Mrs. Rick (Pat) Mioton has been selected as clubwoman of the year by the Philadelphia Woman’s Club for 1987-88.  Mrs. Mioton joined the Woman’s Club in 1983. She is currently serving as vice president and is also chairman of the yearbook and the program committees.