Way Back WhenSep 19th, 2013 | By Admin | Category: History
September 24, 1943 Friends of George (Piggy) Noegel will be glad to learn that he has been promoted to sergeant. He also qualified as a sharpshooter on the rifle range recently. Carl Gustav Carlson of Cocoa is a new student at Madison School in the seventh grade. He arrived the past week to spend the winter with his grandmother, Mrs. Lois McClamma and attend school. T.F. Arnold, of the Enterprise-Recorder staff, is one of the youngest notaries in the state. Young Arnold became 21 on Sept. 5, and on Sept. 15 was commissioned a notary public for the state at large. Mrs. Pearl Williams and son, M.A., spent last Wednesday in Jacksonville on a business trip.
September 18, 1953 Mr. and Mrs. William Bunting and two children, Charles and William, of Tampa, spent the weekend here with Mr. Charlie Bunting. William was just back from a flight to England. Donald Dickinson was hurt Saturday afternoon when a piece of the hammer he was using in putting on a tire chipped off and struck him in the left forearm puncturing a vein. J.B. Davis has been elected chairman and Mrs. Marjorie Roberts, Dr. A.F. Harrison, J.J. Sale, Jr., and Judge Alex H. Smith, directors of the recently organized Credit Bureau of Madison County. Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bunting have bought the Dr. A.F. Harrison home in Lakeside.
September 20, 1963 Mrs. Frank Cantey and Mrs. J.J. Newman were visitors in Gainesville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Coffee have bought a 21-inch color TV set. Mr. and Mrs. Hyem Kramer and guest, Mrs. Mary Green, of Middlesex, England, are spending the Jewish New Year holidays from Wednesday until Friday in Jacksonville. A baby boy, weighing seven pounds and nine-and-a-half ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Red Swift of Madison on Sept. 11. He was named Arden Bruce.