The following Macon Moments in History were taken from the The Couch Potato's Guide to Macon City and Hudson compiled by Merlyn Amidei. They were in July 1931 editions of the Macon Chronicle-Herald.
The Highway Department was preparing to oil south 63 to keep the dust down.
With hot and dry conditions all mothers were requested to check their children for worms.
Two homes were successfully raided for moonshine; three arrested; a 75 gallon still, 25 gallons of liquor, twenty gallons of mash, 1,100 lbs. of sugar and 300 lbs of peaches were confiscated.
Charles Payton, fair board manager announced that there was 100% participation of Macon merchants at the fair.