February 25, 1944
Alfred Welch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Welch of Lee, was treated Friday for a fractured clavicle, sustained Thursday in a fall from a tree. Buck Hancock announces his candidacy for re-election as Mayor of Madison. Friends of Flight Officer Jimmy Bailey, son of Mrs. Thetis Bailey, of Shady Grove, will be interested to know he is convalescing at the Oliver General Hospital in Augusta, Ga. Mrs. A.V. Withers spent the weekend in Jacksonville.
February 26, 1954
Local parking meters in their first two weeks of operation have taken in $485 in pennies, nickels and dimes, Madison City Manager Hughey said. Mrs. Porter Plant of Philadelphia, who had been here on an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. E. Harrison, left the past week for Savannah to visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Plant, en route to her home. A man was discovered peeping into a house in Toneyville last Saturday night. He was scared away, however, and officers were unable to find him. Army Pvt. James P. Kinsey, Jr., of Greenville, recently arrived in Germany for duty with the Seventh Army’s 964th Engineer Field Maintenance in Schwetzinger.
February 28, 1964
The Lee Community Club is sponsoring a Countywide Talent Show March 21. There will be a finalist for Grades 1-6 and a finalist for Grades 7 through 20 years of age. The finalists will appear on the Morning Show and Rural Report on Station WCTV. Howerton Supply Company has added the McCulloch line of outboard motors, which they will also service. The Madison Woman’s Club gave $100 to the Madison High School library at a recent meeting. The money is to be used to buy books for the Social Studies program. Mrs. Dot Johnson and Mrs. Edwina Peavy attended the Hair Styling Convention held Feb. 22-24 in Jacksonville.