Miss Anne Brumby, Superintendent of Polk County schools, was educated in the public schools of Cedartown, the Samuel Benedict Memorial School, the Georgia State College for Women, Emory University of Georgia.
Miss Brumby taught in the Benedict school for a number of years and in the Cedartown schools for four years before being elected superintendent of Polk County schools in 1924. She was re-elected without opposition.
An active leader in social work, Miss Brumby has been employed in various official positions in the county and state. She was head of the Camp Fire girls here for six years. She is a member of the Methodist church and the Cherokee Golf Club and is superintendent of the Youngs Baptist Sunday school.
Source: The Cedartown Standard, August 1929