June 20, 1941
Miss Vivian Lanier and Mr. John Marshall Green, to wed.
Henry Ford established the first of his famous village industries has just passed another milestone.
$11,000,000 bomber parts factory is 9th major ford defense project.
Boys trained in Michigan Industry help to put China back on her feet.
June 15, 1951
Miss Jennie Wadsworth retires from teaching after 32 years.
Mr. Glosson Sheffield has just completed gathering 62,000 lbs. of Black Rye Seed from Northwest of town.
Mable Serena O’Steen announce her engagement to Joseph Harold King.
Lee Wallard, winner of the 500-mile Indianapolis race receives a model and the keys of the Chrysler New Yorker convertible that paced the “500” start.
June 16, 1961
The Valdosta Southern railway depot is being torn down this week where the lumber will be taken to Clyattville for repairs.
Not growing corn in 1961 will bring approximately $135,000 of free-flowing federal funds into Madison County.
D.C. Williams was shot in the arm and stomach. He went to the hospital for surgery and was also charged with charges with a total bond of $6,750.
Miss Robbie Louise Cruce to Lt. Curtis D. Earp, Jr. will wed June 18, 1961.
June 18, 1971
Warrant officer John L. Studstill was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for heroism.
Randle Odom grew an extra large tomato in his garden that weighed 1 lb.!
Beverly Elaine Franklin and Robin Ftizgerald Reid announce their wedding.
The Madison County Recreation Center is planning to open their swimming pool on Saturday.