May 26, 1962
R.J. Cramer, principal of Byron High School, announced the baccalaureate sermon was to be held June 1 in the school auditorium. The honors group consisted of Iris Goss, Sandra Murdock, Elaine Harris, Mary Jackson, Hellen Yaughn and Eugene Strange. Other graduates of the 1962 class were Betty Churchwell, Cheryl Cramer, Reba Hallman, Jack Lesseter, Neal Mize, Roger Murphey, Walter Shelnutt, Jim Smith and Linda Sullivan.
May 31, 1962
At its final meeting of the season, the Advisory Board of the Macon Salvation Army chapter made a presentation about the Warner Robins chapter. The Warner Robins unit had previously been administered by Macon, but had been on its own after May 1. Chairman of the Board R.C. Souder Jr. said the property provided by the group helped transient women and children.
June 1, 1962
Airman 2nd Class Richard W. Hogan of the 64th Munitions Maintenance Squadron, 4137th Strategic Wing, at Robins Air Force Base was named the SAC Maintenance Man of the Month. As a special weapons specialist, Hogan demonstrated his abilities to produce results and improve general maintenance capability.
The 4137th Strategic Wing at Robins was to have a new commander in July 1962 when It was announced that Col. Donald G. McPherson, commander of the 509th Bombardment Wing at Pease Air Force Base, N.H., would succeed Col. Richard C. Nealey as commander of the 4137th Strategic Wing at Robins. Nealey would become commander of the 6th Air Division at Dow Air Force Base, Maine. McPherson was a command pilot and saw action in Korea, where he flew 30 combat missions. Neeley also was a command pilot and was awarded the Bronze Star for valor.