Midland Fox Hounds
P.O. Box 1360,
Columbus, Georgia 31902.
Hunt Attire: Scarlet, Infantry blue collar. Evening–same. MFHs: (1950) Benjamin H. Hardaway III, P.O. Box 1360, Columbus, GA 31902, Tel: 706-561-5919; (1989) Mason H. Lampton, P.O. Box 1360, Columbus, GA 31902, Tel: 706-568-3193; (1999) George F. Seier, 1519 County Rd. 10, Prattville, AL 36067-7207, Tel: 334-365-5362; (1999) John F. Flournoy, P.O. Box 6566, Columbus, GA 31917-6566, Tel: 706-561-4046; (2004) Mason Hardaway Lampton, P.O. Box 1360, Columbus, GA 31902-1360, Tel: 706-561-3948; (2004) Frank C. Haralson Jr., 5067 Smokey Rd., Newnan, GA 30263, Tel: 770-251-3346. Hon. Sec.: Rene L. Latiolais, 90 Walton Rd., Newnan, GA 30263, Tel: 770-252-3804. Huntsmen: Mason H. Lampton, jt.-MFH, (Prof) Marc Dradge. Whippers-In: (Prof) John Eaton, Robert Miller, (hon) Andrew G. Callaway, DVM. Kennelman: (Prof) Tommy Oliver. Kennels: Midland, Ga. Foxhounds: 1 couple English, 1 couple Penn-Marydel, 79 couples Crossbred. Hunting: Fox, coyote, bobcat. Season: September–March. Meet: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Visitors permitted to hunt–for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 111 times last season.
The country in Midland–25 square miles, mostly wooded with some grass fields. Good 3³4-bred horse except when on coyote then Thoroughbred. Fitzpatrick, Alabama–80 square miles, mostly grass pastures, some woods, all country paneled with chicken coops, Thoroughbred horse. Geneva–sandy soil, pine tree plantation with streams, chicken coops for jumps, approximately 10 miles square. Corinth–farmland and forests, 10 square miles.