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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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iv; ENTERPRISE-RECORDER MADISON FLORIDA
FRIDAY,
':".:!-. '" MARCH 6th, 1959

: ; LOTS FOR SALE; GAINESVILLE' JK'" . ''. CUB ScouT'.niSPLAY:
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Madison High Seh ors,>, JNoSk i In observance of the Thirtiethiycsary.of "I
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V MRS ,W H SCARBORO HONOREDAT

\ credit is needed do financing AGNES SCOTT FOUNDER'SDAY -- _-S
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resident of Lee, Florida, was guest h 1 t i I

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,.- .. ''I'- '- Day Banquet pf.. Agnes .Scott I
.: < Alumnae held .at. 'the YWCA in .
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{, alumna living in Jacksonville, having
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ENDS Whetstone, were together in the .- -
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cavalry during, the 'WaiC; between ;. ,, It's hard to tell what your crop results bow can make jrielcls and pro ts.
the States. will be when you turn the.first furrow. Put Rainbow on your 'own soil this
Mrs Scarboro attended Agnes Every field operation and crop conyear.. See how much a field can yield
.2 Scott in 1892-1894 while the College dition influences yield and profit. But when fertilized with Rainbow ,'
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MARCH11 was in its infancy.She majoredin even though you've done everything Premium Plant Food. See us or call r. "
1 'best you know how you'll never for full details. -
Music. After leaving College She .
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down on the Suwanriee River, where
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they lived for U rtytwoyears.. thing you've ever used before '-c
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lessons on .all the musical, instruments and scientifically designed to feed
and later organized fa small t crops all season long.
orchestra known as the Nancy Lee -,There's an, easy way to find out for ;
how much difference Rain _
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of I :
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held at the Garden Center, when
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speaker. Mrs Biddle specialized in flattering accessory
Characteristic Dinner Tables in faer Second hand heavydutyrestaurant Hundreds" to Choose From
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z. J equipment': ranges TRAbE WHERE THEY ARE

iC OSi: f ITS -x- and deep fat fryers.. jW j MADE ,

Robert Dickinson %f Tampa is Twiggs Optical Co.

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PAGE FOUR .. ., THE ENTERPJUSE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 6th, 19KK, '
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-zq ; g RED CROSSYOUBy' t.l'J -

M C Otero Jr

Fun'lhive Chairman 1959 .

March 7 ,' : ,'
Saturday, : '
DOUBLE FEATURE Every minute of .every hour of
VILLA in Cinemascope and De- every day the Red Cross stands

Luxe color, starring Brian Keith. ready to rush to the scene of disaster ,
Margia Dean. The bandit who became '
with life savlng&ic18d every 1
a general and fought on the '
about this tim the Cross
pear ? Red
An MADISON
side of freedom. action-packed
calls on us to help. What can we
adventure spectacle. The story of the DRIVE-IN-THEATRE
adventurer who .shook the earth do? We can join together to makethis
First Show' starts at 7:00 .
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with his wars and women His year's contributions the biggest
ruthlessness and his recklessness PROGRAM "" ever! It's.'cur dollars that 3peed

His violence and his daring Friday-Saturday March 6, 7 1 life-saving supplies to stricken areas

THE' CURSE OF FRANKEN- THE NIGHT HEAVEN FELL ,andit's our dollars that help support

STEIN, in Technicolor, starring (Color and tJinemaScope) Brigitte.Bardot : the various Red Cross, services

Peter Cushing, Hazel Lee. A Frank right here in our community. For i. 4,

enstein monster that will make your HELL'S FIVE HOURS (Wide- example, the valuable first aid

pulse leap. Cartoon.SundayMonday screen) Stephen McNally Coleen training program helps us learn

March f 8, 9 Gray. Also Cartoon.SunMoD'TaesWed. bow to prevent accidents and helpsus

THE BIG COUNTRY, in Technicolor too in knowing how to cope

starring Gregory Peck, Jean March 8, 9, 10, 11 NO SHOW :with these accidents should they
Simmons,. Carroll Baker, Charlton happen. The Red Cross Safety Program

Heston, Burl Ives. They fought bigThey teaches us how to swim and!

loved big-They were the National 4-HChib .WeekBy how to save lives, in the water. The
giants who bridled the untamed
Red Cross Grey Lady service provides
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west Out of the grass and gungnoke
with the tender warmthof
us
they carved an empire. A ( Almon Zipperer, H D Agent
picture that sweeps aU'before it. and Harvey Paulk, Asst. Co. Agent I personal bedside requirements
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Cartoon. not always obtainable if the 'ser- Lamar Jenkins of Suwannee Tallahassee.
National
4-H dub Week, February Betty Lou Jenkins
28 to March 7 vices were not in 'our own community fcotinty won the showmanship Other winners in the barrow
Tuesday-Wednesday, March 10, 11 salutes 4-H trophy. He showed the
Alumni Four-H members and in our own hospital.The grand show: ,
THE DECKS RAN RED, star throughout Shows Grand champion steer in 1956 and in '
YCUTH
ring: James Mason, Broderick Crawford : the nation will honor the more Red Cross Home Service has helped Champion 1S58.' DIVISION
I than sixteen million former :4-H many service men get home on I Jimmy Cunningham, Jennings,
Dorothy Dandridge. The most Club members. leave when there has been sicknessin Steer II I Other Dinners in the steer 'show grand champion.
annals
startling story in the of Harry Singletary
the sea. A modem mutiny on the In the United States, more than the family, or has helped the were: Class A: Brenda Blair Greenville -
Class A: Edward Almand Lee
bounty. Two ruthless; mutineers hold 2,200.000 4-H Club members will the family get word to service men first Delbert Greenville, first; Gary Bryant Greensboro -
Barrow ; Blair. ,
observe National H' Champ
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Club Week. deaths in the second.
an entire ship and its crew at about sickness or second

bay "out wait until you see the Four-H countries youth with'a groups in 57 other fQl }y. The ,Home Service has *" *. Cass Bt Betty Lou Jenkins, Class B: Harry Singletary, first;

surprise clbriax. .Cartoon 1,573,700 will. be membership observing the of provided, in many instances within In the largest and best stock, first; Jennings FFA'..' Chapter, Delbert Blair, Greenville, second.

Thursday-Friday March 12, 13 week. the ,past year small loans to desti- show so far held here Betty Lou second. Class C: Jimmy Cunningham first;

DOUBLE FEATURE Florida's ,approximately 5900 4-H tute or burned-out families, or they Jenkins of live Oak won top honors: Class C: Georgia Davis, Perry, Wetzel Blair, Greenville,, second.

FROM THE EARTH TO THE'Club boys and girls and especially have made arrangements for feeding Monday with her Black Angussteer first; Lamar Jenkins, second. Class D: Jennings FFA Chapter,

:MOON, in 'Technicolor, starring' Madison county's membership Dl travel or" shelter ,of peoplein weighing 915 pounds, and Class D: Bill Johnson." Cive i I first; Duane Mandziara secohd.

Joseph Gotten Debra Paget,Georga 707 in 16 clubs Join their 'fellow dire need, either residing or Bill Johnson, also of Live Oak,I Oak,- first;N Arky Rogers .Columbia -- Mandziara also won first place in
club in actively showed i county second. pen jjj three competition.
Sanders. .The astoundingscience- members obsek'Ving the reserve champion, alsoa ,
fiction adventure that Jules Verne this week by holding special, county passing, through our towiuThe Black Angus, weighing 785 pounds: Pen': >f three, and pen of five: t ADULT DIVISION
t predicted nearly 100 years ago. The and local events such 43 school or Red Cross has ,not capitalized 98 steers and 148 barrows 'were LB'dark Jr and Bill Bolton of '"Joe..MandziaraMadison:: : grand-

1 fabulous projectile_flight: to the civic club programs or speciat ex- by giving -any of those ser- entered in tie fifth annual North Taylor county first; Frank H chat fon. B G Wyche, Madlsor

t moon--with a beautiful girl as hibits.,At these'observances, 4Hers, vices a lot of publicity!! :! :.s although, Florida Livestock- Show. Entries. Reams of Greenville,' second' in reserve champion. These were the

.stowaway.' parents, club leaders and ExtensIon It seems that in some cases, perhaps came from as far south as's pen of five. winners in Class 3U '

\ SATCHMOTHE GREAT told agents tell the story of how 4-H :,it would have been.better. to.have ter county Pen of ten: ,Stokley and Floydof Class B: Joe Cundiff Jr. Live

,, .- by Edward R' Furrow.' The, as true members, by uniting the,head, heart,, held our chest outV th pride.."as Harry: 0 Singletary of Gadsden Jefferson.- county, first; Frank Oak, frat. D M': iteevev Madison
hands ,and health, strive for better: : looked countrcfiawed,3be1kgrand champ JJr.Reams, Greenville, second. second :Jf. ""**
we upon pur deedj Werf
story of Louis Armstrong. his trumpet homes, schools, churches and communities : ion 'balrow an iJ oeVi andziara-fl '. '0 Judges' ofhe" steer show -were :.
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dependent the volunteers who of-tJWepe; M ndzJarerFord
and his" wonderful band of on I .
wherever they live. Madison county' the reserve cham Bon Wakcman of the 'University '!r-- -t4'
music. The world top music- Nationally, 4-H Club Week will give, their time and talents'in the of Florida and G C Norman ci \fmt..w', 'oct, -
maker at his foot tappta' best. The be service of the Red rOss'and Stand -
spotlighted in Washington, D ---- --- -- -- -- --- -------
only Satchmo tells his own story C when six top 4-H: members pre- ready to serve our" community In pion.HOSPITAL : : ,
NEWS THE WEATHER r51 Fairlane 500
-from Storyvflle to The Philhar- sent the annual 4-H Club "Reportto emergencies. Althoughn all ofis -
monic as jazz and Satchmo grow up. Nation.. '
Cartoon. the In stories and pictures may not be aware of the Admissions: George Brown, Mrs Week ending March 3rd 1959 '

the report will summarize importance of the Red Cross. to Eugenia Selph, Betty Joe- Dempsey Max. Min Rf. 4-dr$159S
4-H accomplishments and pay our community" all of us Mrs Mary Selph Mrs 'Lucy Trn- Wednesday 67 48 235
YOUR MADISON CO.CIIAFFEkOFTIIE special tribute to 4-H Alumni love Mrs James A Black John C -
.- The 4-H : Is of the should stand ready to help this Thursday 57 49'.09 HABDEE MOTOR CO.
program a part worthy organization. How may Holder; Mrs Martha Kelly Edgar Friday 59 53 56
national educational system of Cooperative -
. Extension work. In Flori- we help? With money. Money to the Stewart, Leroy Edge, John H Williams Saturday. 57 51.02 .'
THOMAS PRESENTS
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Mrs MrsC'
Shirley Paulson
da. 4-H Club work b a part of the Red Cross means preparedness; being PIANO CONCERT
A Langford, J T, Killingswortb, Monday 61 39 .00
Florida Exte 1lionScn'fce. and
AMERICAN RED Agricultural ready for action whenever
Mrs Gussie Tuten, Mrs Madeline Tuesday 73 42 T -
County Agricultural Agentsand wherever there is a need. Red Cross Sheffield. Thomas Wright, one of America's

CROSS AT WORK work County in local H D counties.Agents guide The dub pri- has always taken the stand that Discharges: Mrs Geneva Harris TOTAL .. 3.G4 'versatile piano artists presented a
we are to help people-every ,day Rainfall. for February 753 inches.
mary aim of this voluntary educational Mrs Ruth McReynolds and baby, I concert here Monday evening in
program is to provide edu. of our lives everywhere there is Mrs Here Edmister, Mrs Robert Rainfall week ending Feb' 28th the Woodard Theatre. This was

Do you- know what the AmericanRed .rational: opportunities for the life and it stands ready to 'help Williamson and baby, Mrs Mavis Tower at Gibson 3.10 Tower 3.80 in, Lovett .the third of..the North Florida

Cross';is doing locally? Neitherdid mental, physical social and spiritual you should the need arise.Won't : Buchanan and baby, Mrs 'Mary Mc- in, Aucilla Tower 3.10 Junior College Artist Series.
In, Sinclair Tower (.20 In, Lee'
I. until recently. As your Home and ask'someone QommmaMrs Shirley Williams
growth of young people betweenthe you give Tower 350 in, Madison forestryheadquarters Mr Write's repertoire included
Service Worker, let me give you a and baby, Mrs Jeff Macaragc and
10 and 21 and
of
ages- years. else to give? Help yourself
,335 In. i selections from Chopin, Tausig.Turina. .
first-hand of baby John C Holder Mrs Lucy
report some of our
Members study play and
work your neighbor.: Be a Red Cross Sun rises March 6th G54 am, Debussy, Revel and Gersh
services
during the year 1958. achieve under the 4-H slogan, t Trulove, Mr B G Waring, Mrs "
Home Service as the name indi'cates member! James Black Billy Joe Dempsey, sets 6:36 put.
"Learn By Doing" They have
is a service between the in agriculture home economics projects ,, The fund drive. will be held MIT Shirley Paulson, MrsEugenia Moon rises March 6th 4:54 am. win.After the concert Mr Wrightwas

home and the serviceman or veteran. and related areas. Character development -'. Friday, March 6. and lasts through" :Selph, Pamela and Valerie WiUettc. light High 12:38 tide March 6th at St Marks honored with a reception at

Almost weewy, we nave made con- amfgood citizenship are al- Sunday, March 8 after the 8th con Mn Carrie Bell Dixon, Mrs., Martha pm. ,.;'. :the Woman's Club given by the

tact with servicemen all over the so members' important goals For rlbuU ns. may be mailed. to. T ,'J KEUeyand baby, Mrs .Madeline Series Association.
world to relate a death in the famI- information about ; t 55 .Buiek-'OnvertibJ
more 4-H work Beggs 3rd. _" Sheffield.BABY .
ly, an illness the- birth of a baby, write telephone or-visit you County ,0_ ',.,i KELLY

or to,.give .*health welfare report Extension Agents. NINE DIE IN Born to Mr and Mrs P F Kelley $995HARDEE ) .' THE SQUAWS LETTER '
In addition to messages of this type, Here ,in Madison County 4-H on Feb 24, a baby girl weighing -
we contact servicemen for anxious members this past year have SCHOOL .BUS. ACCIDENT 7 IDS and 3 ozs. March 1, 1959

females who have not received mail 1.PJa ed six 4-H welcome signson BABY TUTEN--, MOTOR CO. Hek E R. I sure do In joy read.
AS they should We also give financial the main highways leading into Nine Negro: ehUdren'ranging in Born to Mr and Mrs G Tuten a tog your face so come back over

assistance to servicemen'who are the County. '. age from six to 14 died:hi_ a school! baby boy,._Feb 28." .He weighed 6 NEW FARM BUREAU AGENT. to visit with us. Well I and my
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called home on emergency leave. Allof bus accident Tuesday'near.riften. Ibs and 151 ozs.COLORED. ., weii. We
2. Participated in judging events Kermit Harne ,of Hamilton'Coct- chief is up but not so
these contacts: are made with no at North Florida Fair. Ga when the :54-seat bus packed PATIENTS ty has assumed his duties as both getting old Next Saturday I

cost to the servicemen or families 3. Placed high in area Poultry with possibly 80 children flipped Admitted Zebedee Martin, Ed genera agent for Southern Farm will be 68 years young. My straw-

whom we serve. Show in Tallahassee (Sharon' over on its side into a roadside Nesbitt, Janie Murphy. Discharged: Bureau Insurance Companies with berrys- are blooming soon be eating
Mrs Simon A Kinsey Jr HomeSentee Waters). pond The nine were drowned. Janie Murphy, Willie Brown, Zebe office: in the Farm Bureau office berries. We had as guest today Mr
Worker
Madison County 4. County 4-H Dairy member dee Martin. Cook he is a fine feUow. We
Chapter American Red Cross. Forty-nine were'takeD: by ambulance '\ located over Western Auto. Stores,
: sened mustard meat. cornbread
greens
placed first as & county group in
'in Madison effective March IsL
GRAY LADY SERVICEA private cars and another
I and
coconut cake and'coHee
the Area 4-H Dairy Show.
few months ago almost a year 6. Showed Grand Champion school bus to Tifton County Hos c..J C wt Mr Harne trill be i working withF sweet !pickles cucumbers and per-
M Salter, who now special
now, I became a Gray Lady, It nas Barrow inState 4-H Show at pita screed pineapple. We want perishas

been one of the most rewarding North Florida FaIr. (Delbert :Blafr) Doyer Jones 40, the driver, said Peggy ''MoGinnlty drunkenness. agentMr..Harne Is a welcome addition long as we can get such as
experiences I have ever had. $25 or thirty days. "" If we get both of our" checks
4-H that
6. Won State Corn Award- two bumps his bus hit In/succession :to the Farm Bureau Family. His
Gray Lady Service one of the Chester Griffin profanity, off for we lived along time
trip to 4-H Congress in Chicago. open : cut
I on the unpaved road caused the wife and daughters willjoin him
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volunteer services that the
many it, so
started
(Alvin Henderson). $25 or sIxtYdaJL before we getting
front to rise off the that here as soon as suitable livbg Accommodations
American Red Cross We ground so
provides. dont wantus
7. Won StateH.com Efficiency Gerald Elmo Rodgers, driving or we can rite on, if they
work in the hospital four hours a Award. (Irvin Ulma ). "*" he lost control. He said; the-! bus being In actual physical control ofa are available. The to have it why they can keepit.

.. week. Our first duty is to brightenthe Placed first in Madison County darted, toward the pond while he motor vehicle while under the tar Karnes are Baptists. Sure Is rainy looking today I
.. lives of the patients and to be.at Youth Com Production Contest stood up on the brakes. Jones has fluence of intoxicating liquors, $50 parent seen an all-day sunshiny day

service to their families. We do with yield of 111 bushels per acre. been a school bus driver for 23 or sixty days AUTO ACCIDENT since I came back over here. I

r. Many other jobs for the hospital, (Alvin Hendeisoi)., years. Sam Pitt Calloway Jr, speeding, A minor auto accident involving a have set out 4 fig trees and some
,, but the patient always comes first $35 or thirty days 1952 Studebaker pick-up driven by roses. I got put with my shovel and

We are called on to help catch:up IN JAPAN -. -. ''. METHODIST WOMEN1 MEET; Glenn Powers Kennedy, reckless S A Smith ,and a 1955 Plymouth cleaned r out my water pipe that

!ol office work mending "in .the --" drivlag. $25 or' tlurty days. two door driven by Mrs Betty Iris went down the ditch at my gate
supply room, arranging flowers James O Stepbebs. speeding $25 the water can run through I
writing letters for patients tidyingthe Mr and Mrs lames W ,Powers, ,The business and inspirational or thirty days. Planton Sharp of Perry occurred .am so tired of the water going throughmy

patient's room delivering the and daughter Sandra /will -be. in I meeting of the Methodist Woman's Grady Buffington speeding, $25 about 10:20 am Tuesday one half yard and garden washing up

mall maintaining the "Information Japan for two years. Mrs'Powersis :, Society was held Monday at FellOwship or thirty days. mile south of Madison on S R 14. ,every thing we plant and washing

Desk" in the lobby. Many times we the former 'Leona Rutherford of Hall with the president Mn John Thomas speeding. $25 or Both cars were headed south. I the blocks out from under the

,.,have an opportunity to sit with patients A F Harrison presiding and the thirty days. Mr Smith. had driven over a I house soon-going' to have to move

to give families time to go Helen Parramore' Qnue presenting slight hill and parked with his two .:the house to a higher place. .
fccsne for meals and I.ee.6ChevBdAfr44
restI
THE SQUAW
I wheels slightly on the road'
] the program. rear .
guess _I never feel quite as 56 PIBeJedere
wonderful as when I put on my Mrs R 'C Dickinson fotroauced when the Plymouth following struck

Cray Lady : uniform people have clean the program on the topic of missionary his rear fenders. Damage to each Miss Eva McCullough left Sunday
been saying dor generations that "A hardtop, -Ow1 er, I I work In the PaciHc Islands.Features 4-dr 1-iwier' 26,000 car was estimated at $75.00. I.for Pelser, S C to conduct a revival -

woman has to feel needed. Well, I of -the woric- were explained at.the Church of God there.

have never felt: more needed than $l4$5 in splendid talks and 51150 \rtgaR_ She was accompanied: by Mrs

when-I ,am !Iging'r4v' "Gray Ladyduty. **, papers presented" by Yrs>farshHamfltqn ,.: ,fia6S' r:; Margaret AdUasoa of ,_Bartow,
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... hearing DiLa, from England 1

5 In a general discussion of the Carson Stout, owner pf Carson'sof. who will preach here at the Lee IIAEDEEMOTORCO.Reconunernled. ;l

i li x city's- school children traffic problem High Point, signed the formal Methodist church Sunday at the
nt Wednesday night, the City contract Tuesday with local, peoplefor nine o'clock service.

Commission stressed its view that the. lease with option to purchase Friends of Mr G L. Brown are Dr Ball
directing traffic on Highways: 90 a 500-ft. x 60-ft building -
glad to :learn he is
that doing
and 53 should be done by volunteers, which will be built for him in As Health Officer
preferably the P-TA. Madison within the next few weeks.- nicely from his surgery and, plansto '

Beginning Thursday March 5, Bill Jarrell of Salisbury, N. C., return home this week. -

one volunteer was accepted' for i was the low bidder for the contract Mr and Mrs L L McMullen and Madison Florida

service at Washington and -Hayne son .Lewis were recent guests of March 4, 1959 1
> Street intersection for the next Mr and .MtaBilly McMullen in
The Board of County Commissioners -
4r several days! A city policeman was "
J; Jacksonville.Mr .
1 scheduled for duty' on U S 90. The Board Requests of Madison County*
.4 proposal was later discussed with and :Mrs J B Whitty and Florida, -met this day in regular

; John Dickinson, P-TA president. Release of State FundsThe Mr and Mrs H C Whitney visited session. The Chairman Hon. Elzta,'

Mr and. Mrs Carl Turlington and King, called the meeting to ordec ,

-- School Board Wednesday family in_. Gainesville ,Saturday: All members were present The .
When buying your requested the State Department of the twenty first. meeting was opened with a prayfec "

r'r Education to release $2,500.00 of j Mr and "Mrs ,.John Gordon of by the Chairman. The following

E-R from Newsboys. the National Defense Education Jacksonville were recent guests of business was transacted:

HS. Act Fund for, immediate use in Mr and Mrs S K Driggers. Mr Emory Drew asked the Board

} Please DO -NOT park in the the'" Madison County schools. The Miss 'Virginia -Riser ofCocoa 1 to consider damming Sundown
Creek at the site of the old dam
'S street and make your newsboy run fund will be used for, the study of and Miss Jean Perry of, Bradenton,
Mr Drew stated that this would
i out into the street to make a sale. languages. and exlra-curricular who are attending F S U spent
Kindly pull to the curb. studies. tend to hold water in Hixtowa
over
the week end here with Mrs R L
Our newsboys have instructionsto Swamp, and thereby benefit manykinds
j. Moore and ,family.Mr .
STAY OUT of the streets, and 'I of wild life and be an asset
GOLF TOURNAMENT
_ we -will appreciate your CocperatIng r Bobby Whitty of Mariannacame to fire protection. The Bout.
,In an interesting match held I
with ,us AND THEM flir over for a weekend visit :agreed to look, into the matter. .
THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very Sunday at the Madison Country i I with his parents, Mr and Mrs J B Mrs Dean SEwell of Panama
Club the Perry golfers won from
much THE E-R.
Mrs L B Peaden of Live Oak, announces the engagementand Madison by a score of 73ft to 63#., Wbitt- City, Florida, presented the Boars

o approaching marriage of her daughter. Ruby Joan, to, SixtYfour'men from the two Quite a number from the Hickory with, literature ,on the Shoup Voting }
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,- \.. Richard Eugene; Brcro, ?.,Jr, son.of Mr. and' Mrs B E Brown'cfll ". WeekF4ndSpeciai--5 clubs took part in the match, Groves church came Sunday evening Machine Mrs Sewell stated that
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.*Madison i Florida; 'TnW t.bride-ci< lect is the daughter ofv, the 1 .te. 1 GROUP GIRLS' BLOUSES wnlch was played most of the timehi to attend services at the Methodist these, machines cost approximately.

,Mr. Leslie Bartlett Peadea. : church. Irs 'Ruby Ulm gave averY $1800.00 each and that one machine
the rain.
Values to $4.98, for 75eTheMaySop
The bride-elect, 4-: a graduate of Suwannee High School and, Prize winners for the Madison interesting talk on Alaska and ex- would take care of approximately

: Vill' receive her Bachelor of Arts, degree. in English Education "! I : ,- club were Jim Cooke, Ed Scanlan' plained the film strip. 400 voters. .

from the Florida State University in June. She is a member of Nat Norfleet Kirby Rekhmann, Mr and Mrs Leroy Beckman and Mr Ernest M Page Jr. suggested
,
";- Sigma TBU Delta, national English honorary, and the Baptist HEAR Jack ,Schoelles Frank Cantey, T LFraleigh children of Sanford and Mr Sam to the Board that they investigate '

Student Union. REPORT ON V M Folsom, M C OteroJr ; Mauldin of South Carolina were and consider placing new seats and

.<,' Stetson University. He served fqr three with the U S I war to
instructed
years Clerk contact
STOCK SHOW Brown S H Moore, Dale Leslie, B F Blanfons and Mrs Mauldinand
,;, Army and received his Bachelor of Science degree in ,political; J M Durant and Ferd Naughton. childien. several companies who supply this

science from the Florida State University in January, where he service and look Into the matter
and Madison ladies
Perry pent
} was President of the Baptist Student Union. He is currently Members of the Rotary Club the afternoon playing bridge while '. Mr and Mrs Bob Adams had as Dr' W N Stephens of the State .
employed In Madison. Wednesday beard a report on the guests over the weekend Mr and
Board of Health presented OrElmer
show and sale held Monday and their husbands were on the golf Mrs Boyce Faulkner and mother.Mrs' .
3 The wedding will be solemnized at 4:00 p. m. :June 28. hi Ball as: an applicant fC
Tuesday by the North Florida Livestock course. Lovely prizes were awarded South
the First ,Robinson, of Clover
Baptist Church of Live Oak.
'. Health Director of Madison ,aa3
Association which County the winners. Carolina. -
Agent Hamrick: -Characterized as Dinner was served to eighty or! .. Taylor Counties. After interviewing -
_ 56 fob l&tan Ford Too Late To Classify" the largest and most successful ever more by the Madison Club complimenting I Mr and Mrs Henry Williams and Dr Ball the Board recommended

held here. the from Perry.i Mr and Mrs Jack Williams that Dr Ball be employed 9'
guests
Appearing on the with children, and Miss Maudie Williams
.. truck $1295 FOR SALE: Coastal Bermuda and program County Health Officer for a 4fec
S Hamrick were Ag Teacher David of Jacksonville came during the
Peavine months trial period subject to rthe
Hay. H I LLB ER N PASSES IN TALLAHASSEE
ZIPPERER. Smith and Assistant County Agent weekend to visit their' father, MrJ Beard ar
Pinetta State
of the
HARDEE HOSPITAL approval
MOTOR Paulk. D of
CO. Fte.272tch Harvey A Reams H Williams Sr who has been
Greenville, president of the Livestock Mn L C Coody; 71, native and Health and Taylor County Board
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FOR SALE: 50 tons of top grade Association, was honored for long-time resident of thi? county, in the Madison County hospitalMr of County Commissioners. The effective -

,WILBUR ,c. RUTHERFORD peavine hay, baled in 1958. REAL his part in the work. 'passed away in a Tallahassee hospital George Baker of Florence, date of Dr BalT employment '

.WINS I D. 8. AWARD CHEAP. ,Call HU 3-2246 Madison Twelve counties reaching from Monday morning following a Indiana was the guest of Mr and will be April L 1959.A I

.Wifi>ur G Rutherford of Madison Florida 27-2t-ch Gadsden 'On the west to Sumter on lingering", illness. Mrs Bob Searcy and children delegation of tjzens fl'OlJl'Pi ..
,. zone. manager for Investors the ,south. were represented. In, the Mrs ,Coody is survived by-four during the''weekend:'* etta asked the Board t cons "
Diversified Services Inca 64 Waitress Wanted with, experience. show and the sale was reportedthe daughters: Mrs X3 A Ragans of
old investment management year corporation Country Kitchen Madison, Fla.27ltch. hottest ever. Pinetta, Mrs J B Dickinson of Mr Larry Sevor who was called paving some Farm to Marks'

has received national 'I'be.grand champion steer brought Qultman, Mrs A C Coody of Valdosta home to see his father Mr Felix Roads in the area East and South

recognition from the Company for 91c a pound and the reserve cham- and Mrs Irvin Sowell of Sevor has returned to his homein east of Pinetta. The Board assuredthe

teoord sales daring November Members of Mrs M H Williams' pion 60c.:: The grand champion Clearwater four sons: Bill, Arthur Oregon.Mr delegation they would give th-

1958 of the face-amount invest. family to visit her during the week- barrow brought 55c a pound. and Reuben Coody of Pinetta and and Mrs Clark Brannan and! i suggestion every-consideration. *

mcnt certificates and mutual fundS end were Mr J T Williams and Pt-uUc quoted one of the judgesof Lewis Coody of Gainesville; several son Ronald Jacksonville were : 1'be.Board approved the bond < ..
shares issued by Its subsidiaries thebarrow show' that grondcluldren; one great-granebild; !
and daughter Miriam and Mrs JuliousNewsome as saying one brother, J A Jordan of Pinetta; weekend guests of' Mr and Mrs Mr Van. H Priest as > member.d
affiliates,, Joseph M Fitzsimmons, it was one of the best barrow I
IDS_ president, announced. Mr and children, Jimmy Ann shows in the state. And a number; of. nieces and C C Brannan.Mr i the governing board of the W:' *

Rutherford's territory 1 is Madison, and Mary of Tallahassee and Mr Directors of the Rotary Club' for nephews. John Stickler visited his wannee River Water ConservaUaa'

-Taylor, Dixie. and Lafayette! Counties and Mrs Colin D McMullen of the coming year were elected as : Mrs Coody was a member of Use sister. Who is ill in a hospitalin :Authority.

Fernandina Beach. Friends of Mrs follows: Gordon Ashley. James T Ochlawilla Baptist church. s DfeFunlak Springs last week. I The Clerk was instructed to advertise

In addition to an award for Williams regret she suffered Barber T J Beggs m. Griffin Mrs Eugenia Selph who has for bids on RC-1 and BC45

sales achievement, Rutherford won stroke the early part of last week. Bishop, P S Cantey, Frank A CHERRY LAKE 4-H CLUBS been In the Madison hospital fora asphalt delivered to any point IB

t membership In the President's>> Club, Graham, H E Me Arthur and C E ENTER STOCK( SHOW week, has returned home. Madison Co. Bids to be opened

an annual honor rOn'Of the Com LAST -CALL ON COTTON RusselL Seven members of Cherry Lake Mr and Mrs A E Ragans receiveda at the next regular meeting of the
pans fading sales representatives School 4-H Boys & Girls' Clubs en- Board to be held April 1, 1959. *
The County ASC office advises Monday night that their
He ,competed with more than 2, 00( i tered hogs In the !Madison County message The Clerk was Instructed to advertise
other IDS sales representatives. Monday Mardi 16, is the last day -Ii-Weik Contest daughter, Mrs E E Bridges, of
Stock Show Tuesday. for bid on 1 short wheelbase -
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Investors Diversified operators of upland cotton farms' fiami. was doing nicely since
Services..JnI: ;:.. .
-- They Were' Jack Sale, Terry Mc- two-ton dump truck Chastic.
currently has under managementassets may elect a choice (in writing) undergoing surgery in a hospital
Sponsored by Florida Retail Cullough.; Scott Wtoberly of the For detailed specifications ea-
In excess of $2.7 billion.MacVifle between the 1959 (A) and'B) Federation .' n there. list many friends here areglad pro
fifth grade. Donald McCulloughof Uve bidders are requested to cca-
allotments and price supports for : of this news.
FIRST: PLACE Brenda Blair,
sixth grade and seventh ana tact F Lamb. A trade-to
.. News their farms. If a choice is not Greenville 4-H, gain _per day 2. 3 Mrs Joe Russell of Tallahasseecame Cary
grades Roger Beasley and be 1 lit
eight
allowance must given oa
S made the (A) allotment, .automatically lbs. feeding period 156 days; Sunday for a visit with her <
Sandra King. All seven placed, Ford truck chassis. ,
Miss amount of award dump :
523.87.
Louise McDonald and Mr applies. parents, Mr and Mrs S K DraggersMrs
; SECOND PLACE-Geraldine' Al- won ribbons and sold their hogs. There being no further businessthe
Albert
Booth of Athens Ga visited James Bell and children hare

A the* McDonalds last week-end, ,j iMr MAKES DEAN'S LIST mend. Lee 4-H, gain" per day 2J5 returned home to stay. since James meeting adjourned. ;i-
lbs, feeding period 144 'days. Mr and Mrs Donald Browningand Elizie King Chiui
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and''Mrs David Folsom ,and Miss Joyce Littleton, student at has to go over sea for U S service. :
Amount of award two &ldren. Chip and Sherry,
1699.
sons, Clifford and Billy, .and families Florida State University, made the THIRD PLACE Wetzel Blair have returned to HacDill Field, Plenty of rain these days, causing Attest: .Dale. M Leslie., Clerk .

..of: Adel, Ga visited. relatives hereSunday. Dean's list this semester.. She was Greenvifle 4-H, gain per day 2.17 Tampa, after a several weeks' visit the 'river to back water into the John 'Ed Edward .
,' ; also elected assistant Intramural Ibi, feeding period 156 days. with her mother, Mrs Uaxie Jones. sink here* and all the low places Mr and Mrs :

Hrs J E Willis was admitted to Manager of Women...students. She, Amount of award 41&25. I are about filled up so folks are 'of Holly Hill visited his mothe;,[' = .

the Qultman, hospital for a* few days is the daughter of Mrand'. Mrs SHOWMANSHIP TROPHY WINNERS "- Mrs John D Fuqua and Mrs E M expecting water to start russiBg: :Mrs Georgia Edwards; and other' ':.'

last- week. [J Frank Littleton. Jimmy Cunningham Jen- Richards of Altha are here visiting into it from the surface. If it Hoes :relatives last weekend. : : t

Mrs Maggie Becton Ise r spendinga nings, barrow, Lamar Jenkins live their sister, Mrs J B. Davis. They it will cause high water again asH

few days with ,.her brother in Mrs R H Rowe and Mrs B G Oak; steer. were called here by the illness of looks at this time. '57 F..d Custom 2-dr <

Manatee,.'Fla.' :-.-: ': ,: Wyche attended the flower arranging their mother who is in the fecal .
Mrs Edward :Collini spent the workshop given by Mrs Vine 55 Fentoa! pickup Week End Special

: mother Mrs J Bennett of Tallahassee inthe '. .
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hands tabletop electric hot Twiggs Optical Co.
+ ,water heater at' give-away SEE J. K.. HARRIS Valdosta, Gsu CH 4.0534 Cherry Lake Cross Roads '. Plant who .with u by his Mrs father Plant C.will M Plant move and deep fat fryers. {

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" '.._. a'. ,_ .< .. .. .. .. .. Tt Bed Ribt iis .J.-Grlt. thInI. /place.1& Greenville In the ia pen second of five and .... llelie"... : '

I competition, Clark and fioltoa were 'J ,
tMELO SEED I'--U ee' t I iarsiA again fiat. F H Reams-second ., HAN OR WOMAN'

: :; .WAT : ._ :and C W Schmoe of Quitmaa was MONTHLY SPARE TIME INCOME

<.;' __1 .'-'r '- third. The champioa carlot (10) Refilling and collecting money from
f '.." : '.WE 'HAVE. LAURENCE ROBINSON ft SONS cERTIFIED was exhibited by Floyd &: Stokleyand our New Premier Sports Card and
Senate President-designate Dewey .SBi etzerc of Madison and the second by F H Reams. Candy machines in this area. No
CONGO WATERMELON SEEDS Johfison>
:-,' CHARLESTON GREY AND Tuesday announced .ap. Groove Tractor Company were A total of one hundred and forty- selling. To qualify for work must

.$2 RED BLISS CERTIFIED SEED IRISH POTATOES pointment of the Tenth of District Senator Turner Davis .again 'purchasers of the Grand one barrows and ninety-eight steers have car references, $ti9S cask
ai chairman of Champion Steel and Grand Cham- sold for a total of more than thirty- secured 'ay inventory.
:fGEORGIA; RED SEED SWEET POTATOES the powerful Senate Rules Committee pton Barrow respectively, at the five thousand dollars Devoting 4hours a !week to
<:r Davis is beading' the Rules Fifth Annual Sale of the North business, end percentage
your
FRESH GARDEN SEED AND SEED PEANUTS h Committee for the
fe f' second straight Florida Livestock Show, held In
:' BABY SHEFFIELDMr of collections can net up to$165
.:. .'Lard Cans, 'Wire Fencing, Fresh Grapefruit, Oranges* time. Madison March 2-3. Jim Pace, monthly .with good possibilities of
," ,Johnson said he had named Davis auctioneer sold the 897 pound An- and Mrs Eugene Sheffield of taking lnvec full time. Incomer'
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; .-, Vegetables as Rules chairman "becaUSe of his gus steer owned by Lire Oak 4-H Norman Park, Ga. are announcing creasing accordingly. : ,

<; :- 4SURLES&SONS2: f )-" .' tong experience, his! 7 intimate; fa. member Betty Jenkins named the ;bfcth of a 6 lb. 15H oz. For interview, include phone

.. ': .. ,.. Rarity. with .the state's problems, Grand Champion of the show Monday baby boy Kenneth Eugene, bornFeb
--' {r 1 and number in application. Write "E, O.
> .' hs absolute fairness.
; I to of ..Madison.Setzer's ; .24th: at Memorial hospital
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the animal.
;.. BBBBBBB alB'.B B: B:1. a 'a .Ii .:. .-I Ii rR' w ? Live Oak spent Saturday here
Charlie Groover paid 65 cents 54 Mercury 4-dr 'Mer- I
: A 34-seat school: bus packed with per pound for ,the" Berkshire bar- guests of Mrs T F Hay.
Card of ThanhsL
j! ,,,_ For Sale- possibly eighty negro> : *" children row which was exhibited by Harry

-, I. ... = struck bumps in an unpaved road Singletary Greensboro 'FFA Chap. com tic, radio & beater Week End Special)
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1' near -Tlffon, Ga, Tuesday, 'andflipped ter member, fcr the coveted Grand
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to our many
:lest umnt equipment: ranges. I'''friends" and relatives forJthelr.kin l on its side into 'af roadside Champion award. : / $595HARDEE 1 GROUP GmLS BLOUSES

and deep fat frers.VCCopelandJr.. cesses arid sympathy'; shown, 'us? pond. Eight :.of the children, rang-; Bill, Johnson. Live :Oak 4-H Values to $4.98, for 75c '
ing in age: from 6 to- 14, were member, sold his 769 pound Angus
t \ : I during the illness'and death of our drowned. steer reserve champion of the steer MOTOR CO. The May Shop :

I aunt Lottie Goodman. :Thank ,you show, to the Commercial Bank of I
each and every one for the beautiful Live Oak for sixty cents, per pound.
PftE BYTERJAN.CIRCLES) ,
flowers, food and expressions of ,
Joe Mandiiara.. showing the .'re.
Mrs Berta Paterson was the guest -
SAVE
sympathy. '. q
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w 'r serve champion barrow, Ttp
.f Mr and Mrs Jack -Austin in '
MRS JOSSIE BELL MOORE,. ., for his three
Tallahassee last week She was. ac- Presbyterian cicde0_ 1met $35 per pound
companied* home by Mr and Mrs ANTHER FAMILY / Monday afternoon with Mrs Theodore way cross barrow, from the Farfn-

:Austin and baby who spent the Gibson. Plans were made, to ers' Mutual Exchange Madison. .: ,: 'i'
week end here and in Live Oak. : serve supper this month' to' the The Jennings FFA Chapter barrow .,
UONS'CLUBAt reserve youth champion, went to
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Waring Wyche and Sons for $.29 ,
the business"- session. Mrs ,and the youth and.. adult qhampion ,
5the Lions Club meeting :
5 Che. Bel Air '
Tuesday Prof Simon Kinsey gave a A H" Armstrong was moderator for 'pens of three barrows, exhibited by ..
the Bible study the topic FFA member Dwane Mandziara .
short talk on the Bookmobile Library being "
PowerGlide radio and program which is being considered Holiness. Mrs P J Parramore led and Joe Mandziara. sold'to Franklin ',. ', IOp

for this five-county 'area. the program on Evangelism. Twelve Floyd of Jefferson County. .. f -

heater T C Merchant Sr was in charge members and one visitor'attended Winn-Dixie was the purchaser" of -. r
tj $1095 of the program and gave brief The hostess served delicious re- the largest number of steers in the ;

: sketches of a number of other countries 4-H and FFA division, buying seven
HARDEE MOTOR CO. in'which Lions' Clubs -are freshments. of the forty animals in the show. Ji ,
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operating Circle no. 2 met with Mrs J M: The remaining boys and girls, '

I Gammon with ,ten members -at and their steer buyers, are listed QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
tending. Mrs Henry Ragans was to their show placingand
according 1:
March 7th.
Prices Good Thru Saturday,
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moderator of the Bible study on sale order: -,

Holiness, and Mrs C Armstrong Edward Almand, Lee 4-H, Tri-.' .r /

I ftFlCGIfD presented the 1959-61 Presbyterian County ,Electric Co-op buyer.
i TOF Jennings FFA 'Chapter, Jennings ; CLIP THIS COUPON
RIt6EtSL evangelistic campaign. Dell_ious refreshments '
IiF were served. FFA J D Odom buyer. THIS CERTIFICATE ENTITLES YOU TO

::;F Georgia Davis Terry 4-H, W IJi-
Circle no 3 met at the home ot .
'_4 Mrs A E Fraleigh with ten mem- Dixie. : 50 i -it Green Stamps -
$n Ark)' Rogers, Lake City4H>
., tlatsEu bers present. Mrs Jack. Wade presented State .Exchange Bank of Lake City ,
01lFUts the Bible lesson on Holinessand buyer.

Mrs Harry Drake explained Delbert Blair Greenville .4-H, FREE AT: YOUR
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campaign for 195961. Mrs,.J M Clifford Davis, Ferry 4-H, Buckeye y WINN DIXIE STORE

DuRant told of the plans* for .the Corp. buyer. ,",.-T. \;
:: Void After Limit one to adult with
Lamar Jenkins, Live Oak FFA,
proposed senior citizens ,honie tb be ---
- : Fanners Tobacco Warehouse! of ; March 7th. $2.00 or more Food Order. -
built near Tampa. Dente-
law s .Live Oak buyer.
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1twat >_ ;vEubanks, ;Live yak 4-H, ,
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Dixie buyer. .1 4
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Women of the Methodist:churches Dixie buyer. / F a. .t i..yUlE'H \ ::

in the Tallahassee Distrkt>: 1H hold JaniceEubanks, Live Oak .4-u. '

wtttTt ttumlEgt their annual meeting Monday, March ,Kent's Grocery of Live Oak. US

9th in the- First .Meth&Jist' oburcg ;.,'Toinrg5irnmons, "Alachua 4-H ... : < .
here. The all-day program will begin :Winn-Dixie buyer ; ....t ,
with registration at, 9:30: a. mat .
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,Letoy Ragans.! Madison 4-H Set- ft
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I ALL-ALUMINUM SCREENS Mrs J B Davis, of Madison District Jimmy Cunningham'- Jennings 'r' l..Lb. Ba.t 9 S.
will be the presidIng
president, FFA Fuco Chemical Co. of Live with 7 .
-, officer, and Mrs H V Weems, Oak buyer. \ 4 one n e ..
'- of Sebring Conference President Live Oak ss.ooFOOdOrder.or -
I NEVER NEED PAINT! Philip Odom FFA, '
: will be 'the speaker of the day. Huffman & Gilmore, Live Oak,
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Other participants' on _the program '
This popular ALL-ALUMINUM screen will dve" I will be Mrs D R Tunnaa of buyer. _
'" .- home a modem look yet your maintenance worries I Pat Lawrence; Madison FFA,
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Painting. of frames aDd rusting wutLwilTb* a thing of.r Morgan of y-jfi "* tho >Sf VDCHXOU replace with ALLALUMINUMscreeos. Secretary of Promotion; Mrs Fus-
} They won't rot. warp or bum and they are b' tair, Pres. of the Cuban Conference, 4-H, Sumter County Fanners :Market -
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needs no scraping, sanding, caulking or painting for and Mrg Aubrey Fowler, of Live Terry Ragans, Madison. 4-H, Dr LARGE :
: protection. Qak, District V P. T G Bouland buyer. rIDE :
For the modem look oa. jour home acid custom-fit i A luncheon /twill be served at Wetzel Blair Greenville 4-H, Live
.wortv-free screens the noon recess for the visiting i .
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CALL TODAY FOR A flU ESTUUTI r. ;
officers and delegates at the Madison Pk.
< %? Alvin Townsend Pinetta 4-Hi;; .
Woman's Club. Floyd & Stockley buyer.:- "- ",--
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The visiting conference officers: Roberson Live 0aIv-4.Hj s l s.cfo twn with 25.J -
; CHEAPER THAN WOOD a: will be honored with'.a reception! Henry F ; $
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Suwannee Packing Cod. buyer Food Order. : -
f Sunday evening. March 8th given
Brenda Blah, Greenville 4-H,
HOTOTON SUPPLY CO. by the local women at the home
T- Dr Frank Harrison &; James Hardee.
of Mr and Mrs Howard Studstffl in "
f HU 3-6681-1Iadison. Fla.-S Duval Lakeside. .All women of the, church. ,buyers. '
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Bradley Smith, '.Madfeon 4-H 1 -
Eagle Dept, Store buyer. ;'-'.: .: -
.,; 59 cars too high In price?.,* too hungry for gas? f J. Paul Braswell, Greenville FFA,: SUNNy\.ANO : \

.7" Southern Plywood Co. Greenville'buyer.
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.; .. Fs Rudy Hamrick, .Madison s- '4-H, HAM5l }

Van H Priest Co. buyer.- .

.>; Gene Barkley. Greenville FFA,
Florida Plywood Co. buyer. s-t2.u
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Romana Jackson Live Oak' 4-H, 8Avetage 49r1

Vllnn-Dixie buyer.. LI
Carolyn Lewis, Leon County 4-iJf. .HALf I
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John Freetend Leon County 4-H;

Dr Julian DuRant & Ford Naugh- .
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;T Donald Ward Madison FFA;

Chuck Wagon buyer. ,. _. .-
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,Madison Dining Room buyer.fc SU'nlltA .a .
Lee FFA Lee FFA, Cherry's, Ai D ,

Feed Store, tee buyer. ICE

Tom Coody. Madison :FFA,. Suwannee ,. :: CIIAM

Food Stores beer;

victor Hutehersoa Midis FFA ..
Madison Stock Yards buyers ._ TE, -
". Peyton Beaabry, Jasper FFA, YAN '

Get the quality car with built-in aavinp Barr fill-fib. ....... fA....fit Florida Bank: at Madison buyer. STlAwo:; 59.; '.1 .
Rambler 59. Save more than ever on :rlnvinUte, Lee 4-H, 'Fraieigh- Y2 Gallon' 1: .

cost, on Igaa. Highest resale, too.. 1imt. 1835 .:. .Ashley TT Co. buyer. ,

Personalized Comfort; individual .. 'MMH*,tn :KM** "- The forty youth' steers. averaged
sofa front, ...t .H __grftHM. ,- 3827 cents -.pet poured, a ,record "
seats. See you Ram dealer. >Mk ;_ rr "
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\'ickers Cb.r tic SiT S..RanSt. cattle jadgtag, Clark art BoUonof .. .
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STRANGER to the Christian
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religion would be struck by t ap
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two things On In that the church

tcherlahes much that' she does not ,' -
understand; and the other Is that
the church loves to remember what I ,

the stranger would think we should .

wish to.forget. /; ,. : .: [
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Christian knowi. yf f 'Yt (
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The first three
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Jo,.. vruiua,"The Lord .MMMM ,': ; ;
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: night In which he was betrayed. :
'The Gethsemane story Is one of

't anguish of mind and soul, a a&yof r
4 Jesus offering an unanswered ,frt "-
ji'ayer-1et this : : \ -
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distress in Gethsemane. Matthew, I :..... :.
\ Mark and Luke all testify to it. cr'1- : : r ii.
Mark says that Jesus, ""began to be : r. Sc ,- y nY5d jJj '-J k t ... 'jJj. ..'
greatly distressed and troubled." : t.! ,
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word Mark uses which is :
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translated' "greaUy distressed In .t.'y.. t
Mark 11:33 is the same word he v

uses in 0:13 to describe the crowd's ; '," ..,. :
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-astonishment when they saw himafter ... .. t, '
the Transfiguration, It Is the .
name word also in 16:5 and 8, ; -- t -1 ;'
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speaking of the amazement of the ', .., : !;'.
women at the tomb when they saw ., <<- .. '... ',' .,; --- .' ,' :. '
the white-robed angel. It Is the em- : i.tt '"

'phaUc form of a word used in Acts ... i ; : : }, i 1 i. ,
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'9:6 (King James version) to describe .. ., .. ,
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.:mucus Road. It is a Word mean- y ., .?\ '. ?ff ';:':"'" ; .
ing more than,surprise#it is shock M : ::.:.. :.. X x: J h' ;. ,: .
The whole story of tSethsemane THE CHURCH FOR ALL. a .... I ;;-': : .
:holds eight to this word that ..' ) .' '
up .AFOR THE CHURCH '/ :>
:"begin it Jesus pray in such. intensity \ ., '' .:F-i.- '1 ..' l
: that sweat poured-froa obis the ftctor earth for p'
The.Ch ,greatest on .M :'j' .1
forehead like eo Broach,bjood. He'; f flescribes i "
the building of character ad -c oodi titizenShip. ".: #' .'- T J ",
< his own ftreiiagsq"rerXpiorrowful i .
*v.n to :death.." ,The It is a.stordiouse spiritual value!. Without r:{ '. ".:

.church does not remember"- strong Chur neither: aq. crnlubUon la- this lighthouse built on sand? Seemingly sod! :All!1'1 YOU. can Rw ; '

a a man always serene. One tt .. .. ...
the early Christian;writers speaks can survive. There are four sound reasons why see at its base is sand. : i" :

of Christ aa offering up "prayers every person should attend services regularly and ; Actually this Jtow ril g- struclure is built on rock. Underneath. t.,. : -

#land and tears supplications" Heb. 6:7.with. loud cries support the Church. They.are; (1) For Ills I these dunes of sand is a rocky ledge, firm' and endurilfi Thebwn : :'\; ;"re"",
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; .' ,,' {_; sake. (2): For hMuldren's sate. (3), For: '. sand; may be carried away by sea or wind, but this lighthouse ; .! f .,Y
dine What I Will-0
: jhe sake of his community,! and"nation.. (4) For:! will stand. secure! There's. a rock, a firm 'foundation' underneath! :1 } 'i-;
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die sake of the Church itself, which needs his I. '':
,this. You,would think, if < Some look at the Church and sand. see I ':"
you were moral and material S .Plea to' t".t.. people ; see only They ', :"r: .
,. 'a stranger to the Christian faith, pp : : the shifting sands-of customr d fashion and passing t R :'j .
S. personalities
that if ever there had been a time church.. regularly. and read your .Bible) dairy. .*.. ;
when Jesus felt his own will and '3" .:., i pile tip, and wash away around the Church. "Why is : /

bis Father's will were not the Day Book Chapter Verses 1 ., it-still standing they ask-for they see only sand. '. .1
-aame, the church would .. .
prefer to. ,,
forget that fact Would it not be Sunday .Matthew, 25 .. ",31-46' ?._;. .. >r. ,The, ,Church woulrh _V fallen long ago were it built on any"t! .

better, more edifying more com- / Tuesday Monday 'Matthew Matthew12. 13 .2UO.1.23.. thing so" fickle as fashion so casual- as custom, so. impermanent: as .. $

a for'tlq-would nobler figure,it if not we make could Christ think 5- I Wednesday :Matthew' 19 24-52 mere peQp 1 le. Th ,Ch'urch'bu.l't on rock, firm and enduring It ",, -' :,' ) .:.

Thursday Mark 5 1-20._.| will stand for all : and .., s 4" '-<
of him as at every point and In Friday Mark & 21-43 secure" ages, -shedding light imparting ..

,every moment desiring only what r. | Saturday Mark 6 1-13 strength al1/ .Oare ,guided ,by it It ta nson.the "Rock off :"' -

anything his heavenly different Father? dtzired, never ,. 'Ages-the' diviM:?personality, of. Jesus Christ and His,message. of 1- .
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No-If the church had been inventing Hope. for all mankind. '... '_;:
: the story,they would probe : j--\-' : ;' > "

way.ably But have the Invented church it was Just dealing that :r. ;:; Ek: $$V ; .... Coff right/!$!,KtUttt M.$."*.. 5rr..bnrb v. .

with facts, not fancies. And in this ;:
story of Gethsemane we are,fur :

ther mystlfled'jBy hearing Jesus / :
say. "Not whaju:will, but whatThou t; :'

wilt" Anyone \7.o' thinks ''.? ... ....' .. ,. ,< ',,, ." ., '. :: ;>:. 'v;: l :rof{t\4"}? 1f 7't Mifr4'itl .ri' "
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he knows exaetiji what Jesus
meant by tha Ja guessing. whatIs -' These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the F&Uowiflg Individuals and r
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listen. Is that t here was enough Establishments... ; .
difference between: what Jesus de- .. :; : '', !' '

i I aired or would prefer, and,.what, ;*,_ (.-' .' .....4.1i.....,._ t ;: '" \ .,:: ._:('tsJ -,' _

his Father in heaven preferred so :" -" '< .' r>: ,r.. _..... '. .
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Yet immediately, in the same ... 55'. ', ,' .r I. "" '.*' ..--, : ,._, .
breath Jesus cries out "what that \HU 3-2300 Mad&CfFla._ -S s .* ,Florida\-." .' Pbone.3:2385, Madison Fla 7 .1 '.' -PnoncrHU 3-2340 fini 'a
wilt" Jesus wu'not at that moinent "c- ;1 "> :
giving a Wesson in prayer. ; '. 1 th ji'; ; : 3t
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But every phase of it is hard to say i 1* :;-fv'tT* >tt : ; '=- i. : : .
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honestly and none harder than : ot .
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what we want, and Is sitting up ,,..' ) :. -.!, '. '. .. eoitArt"l: IGH.ASBLEY';' "-" _," .J. '" ';' "'" ,il4Jto', US'-'UVpe HtT' "322wEL'ECTRIC ; ": J ; : .

there in the sky like a !1e&YeD7"FIxer .. BRYAN .CO._-_. .,,: "' r-;..M :.J._ -._, : : '" :. ':' .:' :

arranging for all O sweet TRUCK & TRACTOR CO.HO \ : t- .
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Y not going to let our dreams coma :, !" .>. \
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bas a better plan and we know *r ,

what the plan isC But what about ,.. ...... ., .... C-- '. '7- ,>> -.- ,- "" a .. '; PAUL B...WILLIABISONCONTRAC7TOR : ..., ;:.;.

,y it if we become tare that God is MAC'S SERVICE' CENTER CHERRY'S "66" SERVICE ; *C. JiCANTEY :' -, .,
against our own plans that God : ; : -s. .?: :--, .' ; .' ." .. rJ ,
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is not and 1g. 'MLAlLf STATION, wIIU MOTOR CO. -!, : ', .- .; ; ,,:
"fixing thlags" for us. '\; C ; : t<:. > ., ,
yet we cannot see why? ;What \?;: _. '.' !i'" >..; .. ': .',> _'" .r' ,, i "

about it if our knowing:what Gods ,*' 1 3650 I! ,",,. k"- ......M' :8.di SOuJl. .. y '' Madison, ,.' Fla.. ._} ....1 ..<;" :$..t: Madison, Florida v. _, _.,. ."
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of Madison .
the County Traiamg

School, reports that them, a great el ll
A MAM IS ALWAVSREAW IS FK.THY SaM1E01iE R H VTHERC We'd just like to get red for .clothes for boys and girlsof

all sizes, also
some adults. If
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-,,: ./ ,'" <. be or she would like to donate to'
ourselvesr 'for.. all a good cause he will be glad to
get them to the.needy person; He

tfi : lives on West Jordan street. _
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COTTON, PRICE SUPPORT RATES
needs, haveYourr&: *<' N. :

Tire average price support rate I
pairman see.. "u$.* What t ,i for ELS cotton will be 52.91 cents
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per pound net weight. This rate
', e:; 1 i,;,he- .vants?i-V:ri: W-what. 7:1.we :' is based on 65 percent': of the Feb.ruazy ,
: .' Sj. ,, parity of 8L40cents
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'f< average
Miller
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:: have. ; : : :' Island tod Sealand cOtton as an- I County Negro exhibit that was a at reports the a recordbreakingcrowd boys, Ulysses Wesley and Letup
Fair and figures that Whiten
nounced is 47.95 feature of the Florida State of the Lime Sink community :
: cents per 'poundWHEN Fair ground I INO
'-. at Tampa Feb. 314. 350,000 people saw the exhibit ,. gave a team demonstra.

Negro County Agent James .C On Feb 7th. two of 'Miller's 4-H tion Screens.at the Fair, entitled. Patching


b SHOPPING FORA tN FUTURE TIMBER: SURPLUST- try practices. therewill be no market for pulpwood -
Most large companies will continue
UTOPSIc. to sell poles and sawtimberso or 'any other forest product,
ask
him
MOBILE HOME I if that is opinion or it
(By Eldredge T long as they can buy pulpwpQdfrom he
has
Carnes
facts
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Jufri. i' jJtk rtd :t !r tlrC1tcft P. ad: Farm Forester) the small landowner sincethese prove statement.
ii1 m H tit] $HQ.e fR"Vl t ,See Keller'sI ."No market i products are more valuable Madison County. Florida even the
; .tj t' j1 rfN for pulpwood in ten i South may produce
J _MQ.I fA PhOrtCi {JC 2 y than pulpwood. more timber
yens"-yes, you can hear this state-..j than can be used locally, bat tha
LIVE OAK, FLA., PH. FO 2-2329; QUTTMAN, GA., Pit 4401 AT PERRY, FLA. meat being made daily in Madison Pine .plantations have been established nation will not only use it, but

We have a large selection. tochoose County. The person making this I on only about one million need itMrs
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION SCOGGIN8 statement usually believes it Here acres according to the latest available
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MARRIAGE
are 'his reasons: The: pulpmiUs information. This is in the en-
Woman's I SOLEMNIZED. IN SPARTANBURG. New used'-Mobile will grow their total supply of tire United States. One large pulp- Joe Mason of BrooksviHe
Missionary Union of and Homes was the guest
Sunday
night of
First Baptist Church met ef the The marriage of Miss Florida 13ft. td I3-fl.l 3 bedrooms. pulpwood on their own land," or mill can use the pulpwood from Mrs: T L Fraleigh.
'church. Monday afternoon for the Benita Davis, daughter of Mrs Paul f "The pines being planted under the this area. In Florida alone we

monthly mission study and business, K Rowell of Madison and Mr Andypq,'will; i be.surprise at Conservation Reserve part of the have ten pulpmills. At least eight f

Rafter Misions which was a presented program by for membersof Home Bates Lupo Scoggins Jr of Spart- the low prices' and terms you Soil Bank will over-supply the mills get pulpwood from Madison Sc i&puiar they must be repeated!

circle fro, 2, of which, Mrs Van anburg. S C was solemnized, Satur' can purchase them. on.' market County. Each year sees new mills ,
H Priest is chmn. Mrs E M- Page day, February 28, at 4:00 p _m in e From various industry_ and being put "into production or ex- SUNDAY SPECIAlS! '.

Jr, president of WMU, presided the Chapel of Bethel, Methodist Be sure' to s& KELLER'S. government publications it,:appears panded. Our net forest land 'Is notexpanding

.over the business session. 'Church, Spartanburg. pastor the before you ]buy. that the. leaders in forestry are, nor is more land availa Chicken. Dinner $1.00

:Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the Rev John M Younginer, officiatedand more disturbed with the possibility ble. SIRLOIN TIP
the church, another program for A :M White organist offered KELLER'SWILE of being unab'le to I supply the de-! Instead of timber ROAST BEEF
a surplus, we
Home Missions will be presented by nuptial music. Decorations In the mand for most forest products: with must consider how to Increase the $1.25 t

circle No.4 of which Mrs Wayne.. chapel were 'Palms and gladioli. in the next fifteen to forty i years. productivity of Including Salad, Drink
our shrinking forest
Burnett chairman. I
z The bride HOMES- I' have heard of no and 3 Vegetables
groom's responsible
parents are land.
Beginning at three o'clock FridayP. Forest fertilization will be
Mr and Mrs B L Scoggins Sr of spokesman for the pulpwood industry
M. at the church Home
the
OF PERRY' FtA. common within ten' to twenty years. HANCOCKHOTEL
Mission program will, be observed 'Spartanburg.: Mr W E Davis Sro I who expects his companyto The results of research now underway -

further with a program' presented Greenville Is' t e'bride's father. I 1 ,mile \South' on 9. ,'98. 27A be capable of producing morethan in this field will be placed in At the Times Square Cornerof
by,members of circle No. 1 of which Mr Paul K Rowellof Madison n: 50% of its future needs even use as soon as, they can be received. Madison

Mrs H 'E McArthur is chmn, and gave his stepdaughter in marriage, 1. _r.-.. with intensive and expensive fores- Next time you hear someone say
) members of circle No. 3 of. which Carroll. Scoggins /Spartanburgf .
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'.,; Mrs Henry Messer 'is chairman' { ay.
was 1us{ brother's _best '
man "t.o;:. .
Mrs A H Wade, W II U Publicity .
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chirman. Miss Helen Ro>vcL} of Madisonwas !'

""- maid-ot hoaor'-and her .sister
only attendant. She wore a sheath DIFFERENCE
HELD ON ASSAULT
CHARGEClem '
b Ii I dress of beige\ cotton .and acetate,
brocade fashidned with
a jacket.
Gamble>> colored) Is held
A .matching 'cloChe hat and corsage
in the !local jail on 'a charge of '
of orange carnations completed: her ,. m i
assault with intent to commit murder e
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8:30 pm of Zebedee Martin also '
.colored. The. bride chose for her wedding .. .
an original Reveler suit of french
The '
|, shooting took place I
blue wool The" short-fitted!:
near the! SAL tracks when Martin jacket k .
had a peplum and natural mink BIG I :
was said to have addressed a .. 1 From new rw Sport Deck
remark to a woman with whom.Gamble collar. She wore.. a Verde hat of I to handsome griBe, t
blue straw and .flowers, and carrieda DIFFERENCEIN1 r I
was riding, and Gamble Rynouth'i modern pod
pulled out a 32 caliber H &. R colonial bouquet of whIte carnations \ tastt speaks for half. ,

pistol and shot Martin in the left and (pink roses. .. T > I I extremes In'styfinf betetrain

-- arm The ball was removed from Mrs Rowell<< chose for. the 1'0: is progressive

Martinis, arm at.the local ,hospital,' wedding a suit dress' of Navy silk s\jfiqalfts taett l.

".. where he remained under treatment shantung; a light blue flower ha. t siYLEIj r
and '.
Navy accessories. J:
until Monday morning.
MrsScbggins_ mother 'oft" the .,: tf \I)0'\ ...
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bridegroom chose Navy silk with
VISITING PREACHER matching hat and accessories- ::. : more futures much value for doflar.
1 Compare Plymouth aim you so many so more your new-car
Dr John Lawson of' Cambridge Mr and Mrs Scoggins .Jeft immediately And thanks to ffrmouth's many economy features for '59,you!save money every mile you drive!
University England and visiting
professor of church history and .after' the ceremony fora CAR CAR CAR CAR ,
theology at Emory University, Atlanta wedding1 trip to the mountainsof I PLYMOUTH -C" up PLYMOUTH

Ga will preach this coining: North Carolina. They will: re- H 1
Sunday. at the Lee Methodist ride at 277 Hydricx St, Spartan-' I T frHt s p lsl.. v' : OfTOftAL EQUIfHEKT ,

Church at 9:00 a. m and at the burg. Both are graduates of
Hickory Grove Methodist churchat 'Spartanburg Junior College. Mrs DIFFERENCE I Tifei-CtitactSnki* v' SwlYtlSaltl'v ,
11:30 a. m. Dr. Lawson Is the .
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author of several books on church Scoggins received her B S degree* IN EJtt 1c wfferS' 'v V tar Spot Dck stySit V
history and doctrine He Is also a from Converse College and Mr I

world-famous authority on the life Scoggins is a graduate of \VoffordCollegewith r I 'IIrInr".y .......ml v .
and work of .John Wesley, the B A degree._ f.o.>,: :.; : .- ..FEATURES I : '.

'.founder of the, Methodist church. Wedding guests included only: 1.1ItIt....- V __ ". P.. .... v:

---1-- relatives .and a few close friends ,
; Mr and Mrs Gerald Clayton and of the couple.- .. l.-n t IrIIt t tnH v- J -1Irrw-lla, .* rw..1IImr. .V .. .
: --children .'Richard and, Sharon of Attendmg"from Madison were ''Mrand '
Los- Angeles* California are guestsof Mrs Paul Rowell. Miss Helen I, lIaI'" WId ..... v v... ..;
his mother Mrs F M Salter and
Rowell and Mr Mrs '
and Howard
Mr Salter, for twQ weeks. Hughey."fte bride' brother: '" I' S.- :: .. .. r

Eugene ,Davis of Macon. Ga, joined. IQ ; ; -
A : Wffljflp the family there for the trip: tojSpartanburg ', I AND PLYMOUTH'S'"TWO-MILE TRY-OUT" PROVES m i

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I the smoo&ftess' of Plymouth's no-eitra-cost: Tomon-Aire Ride.,And you'll enjoy a I

Mrs Roth Milliner' is spending RIDE AND I new feeiteg! of command when you boa the biggest Y$ i in Pfymou ttl's field-tha l

several weeks.In Orlando 'anth optional New Golden Commando 39<. .
t daughter Miss Sarah ,1 1l1Dor.' SheERFORMANCE I, : .

was accompanied: there by Mr I J .;
v Mrs Henry Raganj and daughter p '"

:,-t". ,:I- '...,. who her Patricia-parents had and:beer Mr littl visiting and' Vivian Mrs here Ragans while BJJT..YOU DON'T. m FORTHE ,DIFFERENCE' : --A IThat's i: '"',' ; J iToday's .t- ,. :; ,

Bobby ; '
That's? what an inSurancepo Ragaaswere getting located'afterraoring 'because all three top e1llng low-price-cars are priced within a few dollars of each; other. ',' .i>. ..

b icy'-is when trouble ,or acci to Orlando from Atlanta. Thej all 'cost about the came, but oalj-Plymouth gives you the. Big Difference: for your m on. '" o:; .

:. ,dent of any kind 'comes. I t ;:'-x- i I NSeeyoar Plymouth.dealer for the facts and figures .aad ask for&atMTwo-MieTry-OulM today! :_ 1. F,

even gives you a comfortable Mr and Mrs Bob Browning iii '
feeling just to have it. daughter. Lisa are here thislweekfor e. i'- :. AJ.;' }, ,:, -' ; ... : :
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See'us:-for all kinds of insurance a several daYs' visit with._4\,,*t.MrBroadus ....... ; So much the same fa price...so different on'the road... !;

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firs, theft, life, : .
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health or other. Mr & Mrs F M Salter .
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MORROW INSURANCE Gerald Donald Richard and Clayton Clayton Sharon,.' Linda and Mr aM children Brehdaand ,,JrflS 'R G Ns' MOTORCO >_ .


Karen Clayton of Plant CJtytand : 'C
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SIRLOIN Chicken- TIP Dinner ROAST$1.00" BEEF : ;.H' '. .E'"T" 0 r:*:'): '" -'}::;..

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of Mrs lit Lamar prize in Roy the Sr Dress was Contest winner ; \' The importance of cotton in the economy of the State of Georgia surpasses all > ,. 1: c ,


Woman's held Sunday club,afternoon with the x at.JuniorWoman's .the other crops. FOP 200 years cotton was by far the most valuable and important crop : r


Mrs of Roy silk club modeled pongee as sponsors.a-and dress linen fashIoned designed ;:: : produced in Georgia. In 1933 the cotton acreage was 2,870,000; in 1959 Our allotted! t. '


swallowtail with jacket sheath and dresS made and"by acreage in .this state is only 700,000 'ac es. Each cotton producer m Georgia must :,:; i : ,

herself. Among. the prizes she received s'-: '. be detemped that he 'shall'fUrtli this important ".' .' "fo--'r'. ,. \\I.. .'. ,
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were & pair of silver ash crop.. r ..; >:6or' ; :
trays from the Club and a year's -. J".f.'

subscription to Vogue magazine ,#. ,. .... i The support price in Moultrie under A.choice will be, .. S',. ?? "' -. ,' 1' .-:::' .l. 'r :_! .5:....,
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from the publishers. As first prize .- 4 :' ;." r 85.-".0- cents pound Under B 'choice *- 4# Y.-><.' c'; t'
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winner, Mrs Roy will be eligibleto --- t. L-" r' : .. 'r\, '
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compete in the Woman's pub; .. : .r. :: :
to know that the government will not sell such cotton I"1 '('; ;.:' : \ ';
District contest to be held in Tallahassee ', for less than 32.70 per pound which; could mean that .'.: .':. "t d .,< .;' ? *. ,
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Monday Mar 9th. .',' ,'. '.;., .. + .. ''' choice B cotton could bring on the'market approximately: "'. q::1>, a": '':"# .;...'t.;;' .,:j':' ", '
Runners up in .the contest' were .\;' ..., \ 32.50 to '33.00 cents per pound Certainly that is reason- ':' _'. ; i
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Mrs Opal Selph and Mrs Geraldine- ..' ;.' >. ., able ,to expect; however, this is not definite. Each perj, ,/*" .,: '.", ',.{-t:@' _: .. ', .,\' ,-". '. -.. .
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KDlingsworth. dresses and ., '" '..,..,,' '.-. -". ,,.. '. '., .. son should. determine their. choice. of A 'and B with the. -.v'fc. > .1t.J.'... : ,) ,' ,, .... ; .. ..: ...... .
Modeling clothing .. .. .' .;.:';' f : .. above scheduled. prices in nun d. *- '. \ ; ".. -
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loaned by local business houses \... -., .:.. ; \ .t.: : -
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Joan Sale, Miss Billie Jean Goody :, ;: ., : : : .: ;r .' ,,; ,. ;' .
and Miss Kathy Cornelius. All con '" c : :';: ,,

Miss testants music Gall during were Hamilton. presented the show,offered with and piano gifts for :, '.' that the sou them counties in our'state, are raismgrtheir: average:. per-acre yields substantiaDy. ;':, ., ;


the tea hour. /,i'l\ :. ;. In 1958 our area averaged approximately i a bale of cotton per acre for tbe .: VJlr !<,t;: .s t


DAVIS 1959 PLANS PREVIEWS SHELL'S :;;.f 4: t' first time, and a large number of cotton producers in 1958 produced from 1% balesper ::0j : : g:> ) .


J B Davis has r returned.from Jack '. '. acre to more than two bales by adopting.the two-point program. That is: One, fertilize ,, : ; .

sonville Shell Oil where Company he sales previewed promotion the j' t' sufficiently to produce two bales per acre. Setondapply poison to cont "ol'jn. > :i : : 'i; ;" .

advertising and plans
merchandising '
for 1959.of Shell Davis products.is the local distributor ) sects to permit t your high fertilization and good fanning practices to produce two : '. ,:; ; f.


manager S A ,Gervin entertain Jacksonville d":;:_ l .district 8:.and :;;' : '" :., bafe, psraer-e. We cannot continue:tofgfow t cotton in our state ,iinkss we .raise our.. ,-iJi ki\ ,

at other a dinner members in the of George his organization Washing* / ; ; per-acre yields to an average of f 80tf.to 1$$:pounds Gflint perm1"r: ; : :'t. : ': .

ton Hotel prior to the sales meeting; .j ': :' : .. ': r f
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tising is one of' your best .em.I ;...-;. : .' r. ii-'J'.h .". ';' '. Bay Cook] ; 'a splendid young Cblquitt J County farmer; .. .\ : "' .. ":' ," ,-.;<." ... .:.....; ,
ployees. It is out selling for :.you. .r.-.f.. ..::t rr ": ::. ': \. !7 .. .did an. excellent job in'-' roducihg cotton in. 1958. He.'d. ': '.; ,, <-f;..,,... {f. '. ,' '''J ::'. '-..
every day. I ; ,>.";: ...'. -., .;.?. ,..., planted 25.6 acres of Cokers 100'and. -Plains variety. Mr. \, -:i:t ..' .. :.,... ....rJ" >.'(,;.-/.lf:1V., :' <,. ) .
W southeastern r ; 'a+ ; : Cook planted this 42-inch and.used 't t Ct/.r '' ', \ 't ; & "Fr. .L. iI\'i.
J Harrell retail ., ly .3t > .-: "'" cottonVin rows ;. 12' <..,} ; ;'.'. / ';' f'; ;" i' ;
manager emphasized the need ; 7" ?: O' pounds )of chemical delinted seed per: acre ,./' i';;:. ',? ft '. <*'. \c: a : :.::::,\{,is : '..
for preparing to meet demands resulting >f. : : > <. :: < : ;1f" i i :
, from a swelling populationrate < ., .;: ,. ;/;;< ': tt'Z/ *i .

especially in Florida where ; ii'f"t!.' : IhsFertibzer; Practices Were As Follows ;r ')i.. .;". ,ti't' >>>--,-:-.. : "f .:" .,
will exceed the .
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eastern advertising manager, used "-' ,tt,'. ,. '. 'i .. I .: '200 pounds of Smiths Premium 6-12-16 b cast before -f :. '.<- ; ". :' :,'* films and recordings to present. .. ;-tj.. ", -4. ..: \ :' < ':.. planting; 300 pounds of 6-12-16:at plantmg;. 00. pounds .. :" \ ,'. f 7 ; L
newspaper, radio television; bill,; t-l !;-,.,.. ;/ :-t. .:'<,t't:< -. of 6-12-J6 used as a side- iressing_ plus. 180 pounds'am-, -;,. : 'A;, ':>, T' 7. < f .
board and point of sale material '.'. L : ;" t. monium .
:; ;: : nitrate applied in two applications for additional .', '
which will be used during 1959. :- .' ,:f.. ....':.. ".'. : ,: '',l'' side-dressing.. ,, :f ," #$&*'
Approved cultural : 'f : 1:1'l;
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.', ': cotton and, an insecticide, rogram'1. !1i : 7- fl.- J.: ',,- .
t 'r ": was carried out on schedule that consisted. of nine appli 1 ,. .. ... .'.:.t: i.t: : ... a, ., ..
RECEIVES, NATIONAL .HONOR ,-;. .,i'", __ .'!I :-, ..' c'gtionapplied by ground equipment-; l1SPmyJorn&"J oJ" : I. -, .,. :';< .. -'_. ,14. --- .4 ;

After the cotton became too large for ground equipment, .;?": .: ;.. ..i 1); ,.. #< .: .
Dr John B Barnwell of Washington ; Mr Cook had his cotton dusted three times by plarfe. '; ..o. ; r.:;F ;'i "
D C; was one of ten recipientsto ., f This cotton defoliated .. ;: c :
< was on August 15: and picked/by\} : .t' : ,. : ,' ; } '.
be awarded recognition by the f .. ._ a mechanical picker. His average'.pen-acre yield was 1,013 :'iJ':1"f. ", _, '. '
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National Civil Service League for ... v.> ; ,/5-. ..' '. '' .. '....,_ r. pounds. of lint cotton. No doubt, 'if this cotton had.- been J<..;" ,....'', ." .'. .... .'i.J(,; t"1f.j ; :
outstanding record of performance .,,. ...:.:....--w..i'. ...:.;,,"..,<.:.4 .t.h. .':"'.". entirely hand picked,- his"'yield'.would have increased, by, ''.,..'. .,'f. ,.._ ."-'-' '..J" :'rte'... ,. y ?;:;.1 .>. .
fine characteristics and great po > : 60 to 100 '. J ,.. (, .- ,"W.
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of which he Is a part. .. ". : ... : ?) f r : .
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in dinner the given main Monday ballroom, March of 2nd the, :, ;t It is J extremely important- that .those. who are not 'expecting ,td plant t their allotted. :."; ..... ._...


Sheraton Dr Barnwell Park Hotel Is a brother in Washington of Mrs .' I. . ,d' : acreage. in cotton this year. turn their acreage into the ASC Office. This wil preserve ,:;..i;.*. < : :

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Fred A-Hardee of this city. thw aidteentin the.f f future and at tk same time permit other coltoi proli. ::.it'v.::r.. '


Administration Friends in the of Phillip'Ragans College at FSU of Business are--Student interested '. : 'du' ers in Ae r cmaty to share in the dmsi&j ef. such acreage 'as may be hffced m' bywt ;)).' ,

torsnow :be has been / : .,C; '. those do wish to & .. : '
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pledged Alpha Kappa Pi .. ,. yejur.CsD .
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Knight of Aaerieua; Ga 1e MJ* .
day to spend a few days In ., :; ... / ; / ;.
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SE .)(ELLY WATCHMAKER 'restaurant equipment
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t / GCX..,>p- USED WATCHESNew .
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watches and bands fur that -
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1 cj; COOKIES OR CRWAPtt.; 'H'. appreciated giftKELLY'S' ,l Dr and. Mrs' A. P. Edgerly visited ,
REPAIR SHOP
the Dr. Cooks In Albany, Ga., several "
j MADISONMADISON'COUNTY ...... days last week.

':;( ANA\ TALL l -x- ELECTRICSwater

1 ;; : : i., .- >ijj"; rriltlt,'!GrJ'i 4'\\ >( '\-.-. = II Guests of Mr and Mrs SH, ,Mooreand r

JI' Miss Sunny Moore Thursday ahdFri'day
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c i'GLASS ) TRAINING of last week were Mr and
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-' : -- ". ... .. N..., ';; ton,'W. Val and Mrs C L Harrison
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kEMos1E Grade: Gwendolyn Thomp- from a trip to South Florida. t-5

& ThLtfff kins, Edith M', Tooks, 01uster'Seabr S -x'I'I .
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oks Pearlie M :Johnson, Alvin ,JAr and, Mrs Cnll Merryday and

E I.' C Ware Terry S Swiliey, Mary T Son. Dana of Tallahassee, .were
: Johnson Roxie McDaniel
Debris weekend guests of Mrs H C Merry'-
t Frazier, frederlck'PinckneY
Vivian t
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-- I..n! '\. > ;...... Malign Daniels, Chester Aikens. ,R_ L, Milliner Jr. spent several

r, ., '..'. .r, ,.. i Barbara: Herring; : days last week in Tampa visiting the.
1 ." or" ,'. Third_ Grade: Lamar ,Fountain, Leon. Mason family ,
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BRUCELLOSIS AND T-2 FREE CERTIFICATE
434, ., Williams, Deanna Anderson, Bever
ly Franklin, Shirley V Thomas. and Saturday in Blacksheaj|, j,.'. S

Your Local Kstrilmter :> + > Fifth Grate: Mary F I>elaugh Ga., visiting Mrs Lay's parents; Mr.
S i. ',., t : .}; Jane Hubbard, Raymon Thomas, and Mrs B il Harrison, Anita and

George Daniels. Bobbie remained' for a week's visit for ,
; A ; j" ;': :., : 5 Seventh Grade: Beatrice James, with .their grandparents.x *

; ;; : ,': ', B. S111 .,.SO'II"C ..: ; ; Earnest King David Mobleyt Davis 4 COY'PLET8 sANbEi"6NDARLE '
WARING1&i. We. .therspoon, James Williams. Mr and Mrs R A Coleman of Long .

/ : :. 8- 8. :: \f: Eight Grade: Ira Dean Dukes Beach Calif.,' spent Sunday here ', SERVICE.

'S ; -J .: Elizabeth Moore' Minnie Proctor, visiting their niece, Mrs Robert Lay \
I, .. -,' '-, _A Phndllunter314OO ,: .,- -, ", Amos Ticer Maggie Smith, Howard and Mr Lay. t. ,
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;{ Leatha Pryor Ode Edwards Ollie
Brakes
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'j r.Am dcu". a for.the coming JUMBOHamburgers Donaldson, Eleveta Miller, Sumpter AGNERPhone

.I year thelower price will not ,30cDRIVEIN) James, : Charlotte Hawkins, Wanza
only eneonrage additional use of Bellamy Katheleen Morgan. GARAGE HU 3-6604 .

J cotton in the U. S. andabroad. bat W E/TOP ), Tenth Grade: Henry 'Gallon,'t. A. _i______ MADISON, FLORIDA
tend to ex- -
lt Jr it will certainly stop '; Clarence Thomas, Juanita Bennet S
anskax of foreign-ftoduction :.. Gladys Davis, Rubell McDaniel, S
already signs indicate a Considerable Elizabeth Tooks Mary Ann. Edwards -.

; tedoetion in Mexicaff cotton- wttestom HEALTH :Lewa Tice, Nancy Morgan WE BUY' .
acreage ...maybe:as much' as. 34teccent. Eleventh Grade: Mary Frazier,
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':< .:" t' Whams .,eat "8"f.'J McKinney,' Brenda Millet:', JuSa; Pme Imber-Pulpwood Poles Sawlogs
Thompkins, Clarence HolmesTbonAs
.. ,' t *"13oR will the lower mipporl priceaffect. Arthur Hu bard ', : ..
"B"C'-iice of the cotton Mobley, *
;! pro tram T? ,. frankly we jlon't Clarence Donaldson, Johnny 'Jones:: ,X M. xowsnTarr, JR.

know:Aid we dont.beliere.&DY.bodt. prepared> bjr Twelfth. Grade: Isiah James )daryL
-n' DUVAL ST., PH. HU 3x681 MADISON FLA..
Brooks Lueva Ceasar .S. .
Glee
? By UM time 700 raid this yoa else does for* very. hnple'xeasoa 'American Foundation :
win hay heard a down explaaa- 'V the dedalon to co "A*:ofe":" for Animal ..Health Alexander, Rosa 'L Dukes.' Earnes- TIMBER. PURCHASED IN BULK OR SELECTIVELY
i ,: cons aa to way cotton's' :rapport d aepenos upon' mwvid 'tons. tine McDaniel.. I .. .
'-t fewer than the trade that won't apply to everybody fee > I GuT ;
,;.}riCa an : ._ America's, livestock. producers We are .now all day ,
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t )'.cacraUy 'ezp. tod .. bat thcrtto loa east make any fort.of;a gun '": rarenow Uldng a financial licking open FORESTRY CONSULTANTS TIMBER' MARKETING
...., '*aly eM real, explanation: 'TaEeentirr .is I though, 1 of more 'than''100 million dollar Thursdays and dose at :1 p.",m. e .
ef Agriculture it d.- the spread 'm dollars between "3*' HOWERTON PROPERTIESIT'S
ieradnod.to redact cotton orphue: cottoB and="A* eettMUsapportasHfBtlT U a year-nutrition.due to causes'* ,3reiatedo SUPPLY OnSaturday. f *. ", ', : '. : ',i ,,' '. h1J..,: k_ ., h: ,_ 'l;;: .;,
ht least twe ways fact, by aanewer, then; it would faulty ; CO. ,
sat giving cotta a high capport bare been had Sifter parity fig I' Animalsxlose.weight'mujc production -
price ht i* try ng t* weed oat inefficient are been Bse4 thia toaldey is redt,cedr'you g animals "

producers second, IMfa coorajre "B' prodoction, rebOrn blind deformed or dead .

,. S, "rettiar UM salts price of cottom Mire l tk and" mature animal may have l 'l'i .\'
\ more In line with foreign growths defective,bones .*. :all\ this caused. I. :'
I and competitive lyntbetacs.' I Now yon better beliere this, n9 by faulty: nutrition alone. : :,'. ..,.. a'O d Bittnj ? '- ,
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matter what anybody yon 0 5 a
The supports were redacei i ,
way I notified : \ shg
if haren't your '
to figure parity differently: you ', '- :
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committee in writing by '
county :
: : from what was done fat the past s :, .
March 16th that are gthi .
i trade didn't this the yoa- gi I
expect as '
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"B" route, then you are going 'f- ;
.,,_,_ 5 Department of Agricpltur had .. '
be among the "A'a don'tto try '
Siren no bint it was in the wind i
come in later with a sad story : 8' "
this is the'first revision of theparity JI ,
about what your intentions were .
formula since 1950. -
it won't work .and don't/ t S ... :
Along these same lines the See- "
say we didn't hell JOUU'!1 "
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rttary announced that American .
cotton will have an export program VHF Ware "' Vitamin-'deficiencies. tan canse
that makes it competitive price- Cottonseed exposed to veil hlg1i calf prob ems. ", \' ;:
wise with foreign grown cotton. frequency radiation seems to'yield S ;, : IJIL! 'tn'I
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As a producer yon may weep over fibers' with more strength' ; One of the lost Important
the low support price but yon nothing certain yet, bat experPnents .' nutritional problems. at this timetcf I
mast smile at the possibility of continue. 'Z- :,: .
.,' year Vitamin. A deficiency.It '

.: Keep warm with Sine 1 Mr and "Mrs JhlianSThompsoa, jt'" l the causes national such committee severe' losses in charge that gi"f

and children,. Ben. Ina and-: Gail of 'Livestock Loss Prevention rv

t. Tlorala 'Ala, came- Friday .1r Year Is 'making spedal. drive : ',' :; .
fuel oil.h Call
clair l
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a,.several days' Visit. with against it this month.

p parents. Mr and Mrs XI P iMorrow.. For the farmer it important f

.. r HU 3-2277 S Mr and Mrs" George VestmoreIandand that he know: ;key symptoms of
4 three children of Tallahassee Vitamin A deficiency, so he can

-, <. J. P. JOHNSON were also gUeSt of Mr and' Mrs be alert; for them' and get prompt
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S Morrow, 'Sunday. \, help when they appear..In young
i MARKETERJ calves, svmctoms., include watery
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".. ON MARINE CRUISE' -wmn1UL y
blindness have
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Cows produce weak
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James P Jr of the U $ ; .
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tari.nessailed recently fromCamp1Meune In swine, Vitamin A deficiency
N C. ,on a year's' ,Mediterranean + w blindness,. muscularcoordination
'.. | cruise on which: ihe is i : .: >: ?:'Z .:.'" f may cause respiratory difficulties E

scheduled to visit fourteen cou tri f. I and production of weak,.
;His address win be while on..the ':'.11; ITT LET ON i blind;:;:or malformed, pigs.:- ,

\ icruise 4 P F ,C James P Morrow J : The first.thing sat owner should
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II ,6 58766 U S M C l.Q>-3rd WeODrilkrsCOMPLETE do if-any of.ihese tell-taIeKsigns 4. Rc

Battalion _Marine (Reinforcement) ., appear in his. ,'!*'to have

." Second A P A 44, Fleet P O New ." a proper diagnosis made, to be s
poi ..N'Y. > sure of the cause. SOme of these
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-r. .. s thing!"other thin itanua 'A I

Jt '< .'. PEST CONTROLS ieficTency. i

;,.. U lack of Vitamin A Is the' _, Timber is a valuable crtsp -
,FREEn.rcaEC'1'1ON
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R : cause, the answer ,
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ration
bolster the '
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.: Historic events are on the horizon for the.smaU. stor 4 owner in our great growing' South r .. :\.'
,wherebuyfr anddce, travels on the automobile highways! A vast 'Etrc"ll'distflId .. : ,1 ;
@] &r&jR4j[ Coliseum fe taking fjfrm-in'xuburban Atlanta, the hub oDixie.! Built to bring the .
.. .<4 '-wee-ed's merchandue r4fnfa juncture tOnd Home'furnishings,':appliances' d apparel to the ... ,.
J j small merchant who could not buy'in New York Chicago or Dallas, the $20,000000 strum .... .
ture-wiil erase many price tdrrierf1 for the small town.merchant.,Mom and pop will drIVe- their ,' 1S '' tr, t
own car-over super.highways around congested Atlanta (from any direction) to choose goods' ; I

.1 1 for their. ,ftore thesame goods available to.:gee. ,city department stores:or huge
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With lusty winds whipping the contemplating the.erection of an Fashion inter and 450-unit motel '
guywires- and rigging of three great appropriate landmark to blouse the in Suburban.Atlanta rather than in &iLa
center poles the Big Tenf.on the remains and Memorabilia of the the downtown area will solve two '
site of the Southeastern Merchandise Signer of the Declaration of Independence problems, according to spokesmen ; '
Mart and Atlanta International in whose honor the for businessmen. here. Atlanta the 30c EASTER SPECIAL :
Coliseum rose with multi-colored County was named. Mr. Holder's distribution hub of the treat Southeastern .
banners. flying last week. plans called for deeding a plot at market serving North.aDd'' ...,
Saluting the first of many events the confluence of Highways #23 South Carolina, Georgia Honda, -IN. "' f
,leading toward ,actual groundbreaking and #29 (facing Stone Mountainin Tennessee Alabama Mississippi ; ; ..FROM NOW THRU EASTER ;,
and construction ,of the the,distance) to the County for, Kentucky and Virginia, attracts I. :: oa: 50
Coliseum-Mart in the months to this purpose. Some formal action 3400 branch offices of national ALL $7. Perm neI ts.
come-the contribution of a blowsy will be taken at a barbecue partyon firms and multitudes of buyers Laura Jo .
day drying' earth and Georgia's the site customers and visitors. # were week
sunny skies added a touch of festivity .- While formal>'GrOt1ndbreakng"ceremonies In addition to the l1- tory. cousins the $$5.00 f
to what bad been planned as are planned for late 1,900,000 square-foot display area
a routine operation preparation April site-clearing really got underway for -exhibitors products, the mart Nancy Hiers.
for the busy future. N with the erection ,of the big will contain numerous facilities. _. '
When asked early In the afternoon tent which will house an information Luxurious clubrooms, located in ALL $10.00 Permanents
about other pressing business: desk serve as a gathering place the penthouse, will be operated for .
his comment was tyr" **y that of for lunches and meetings and soon the convenience of tenants and
Bob Holder; not the *..sident of become the construction office. for their guests.Space win be allocated 7.50
the 20000.000 enterprise but that the Coliseum-Mart. on the ground floor for restaurants
of a man (still boy) watching l sown The combined Coliseum-Mart- snack shops, drug store office supplies -
Big Top" go up: "I'm going Motel for the Southeast will provide ; gift shop, bank barber shop, : : Make your Appdintrnents, Early!
to stay around awhile and carry the for an entire nine- tate area travel agency, post-office, printing, '
water. for the elephants." the most modern and long needed facilities and Western Union.A Byron's Beauty Salon I
As host at luncheon for the one-stop buying selling displaying, Decorative Arts and Fashion
Gwinoett County iK trade* show, event and accommodation Center will be the connecting: concourse SURVEYOR Phone HU 3-6200 Madison :
Messrs. Uhland Freeman Dr. W. center. between the Coliseum and
A. Elinburg and Minor Cor ley,Mr. Location of the Atlanta International the Mart. Showroom space for '
Holder had outlined plans for a Coliseum. Southeastern Merchandise decorator furniture and accessories.
\ Button Gwinnett Memorial Shrine Mart Decorative Arts and will be featured here.Mr .. ; FLA.

Mr and Mrs J P Johnson and
EASTER SEAL DRIVE .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD I .. i'.>':.t-'.:'.,.y.... .'. .0; .. ,;.1..;: t xt.: ; daughter; LU>a. and.Mrs J J New1-
JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT : MADISON l.-ly" Hyem Kramer aril Mrs hackCollins t << ; 1i'f man.$pent-the weekend in Alabamavisiting'
COUNTY ,FLORIDA: "IN :CHAN I ::' ;7 Ken Johnson at Marion
WiU'gain"h ad' the' EasterS :
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IN THE MATTER OF THE a1 Drive in :Madison County ? J: -. Military InsUtute and friends in
; : MantgosnlrytGreensboro
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ADOPTION OF DONNA BELLE which was scheduled to begin and '

HALL, a Minor.* February 27, and will continue :R "heavy-duty ma. *.V. .. i

ADOPTION: : through' Easter Sunday. Mar 29th.'ends' y y ix : ranges I Mohawk Tires u
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OF raised are used ..for main- Lti Z
PETITION FOR, ADOPTION training *'and expanding services .HOWERTON SUPPLY NCO:;.

TO: MRS. BETTY JO BARROW needed by crippled persons 'in
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ROUTE 1,ANDALUSIA.ALABAMA'You Madison County.. a Jr. ADS in this'size type begin ax low

are hereby "notified that a A street sale of Easter Seals as i1:00: ." ,

Petition has been filed in the above will be conducted by the 4H club .' '
styled court by Sam Booth and ."4 "
girls on Saturday Mar 21st under P ..
Tiiha Belle ,Booth his wife C, for the '
the supervision 'or' Helen Howell, i :
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adoption of DONNA BELLE HALL, :
ti minor by said petitioners and you 4-H/Council President Gary Moore ,:, .. I
are required to serve a copy of your television personality, is National ;:::: ; -**. :
answer or objections to show cause chairman of the Easter Seal Drive. 0f >

why the petition, should not be !
the for Petitioners X t'
granted on Attorneys Mrs Edith Bevan of .Tallahassee i(
W T Davis and FrankA "" '
Graham Jr Madison, Florida, was the weekend guest of herparents .

S 'and file the original in the officeof .. Dr and, Mrs R : E Watson.. Bailey4anen : : :
the Clerk of the Circuit Cofo-t, J

Madison Florida, on or before t For. Sale' :.q even : ;; BxSTUDEBAA'2a' -

,. _,March 30 1959. _N : .
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... HereIn' fail not or a Decree Pro About good secondhandgas --_ "" i '- :
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Confesso will be entered against and electric ranges. Secondhand and Yrs .WiUiam Henry .. .'
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you. of. Lee, Florida, :
table electric hot t
top .
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'7, .- WITNESS my hand and the seal { announce the .approaching. ( \
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of said Court in Madison; Florida water, heater 'at give-away' ; of their daughter. _::: : :- ;- ;
this February' 24, 1959. -. price. .' .. Miss, Weta flosalie' Ball** A mere spnnllinjfot l it:lafes '-: :\ ;

DALE M. LESLIE to. performance whether you drive ri .;
., As Clerk of the said Circuit Court W-C Copeland Jr.A Mr James- EdwardJLanV} "And'jou drive it so'easily,'* ..- / .
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son of Mr and Mrs George W <
(SEAL) ", '.
it's a sensible three feet shorter -
of Jacksonville, Florida ? t'
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"" i The wedding will be Il le ( of room inside f for six.) j .. !j ,

LOOK-AT THE BOOK at 7:30 p. ra. March 14 J ( repair and maintenance costs)} ''' (

.. Springfield Baptist church 'cd by Harper's-I3araar.,.... *' : 1 >
{ DR. BOB JONES, JR. sonville. .
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No wedding'fnvitati ns sense on wheels, folks and '. : .:

sent, but friends and ] : itl .::f '

l' the couple are invited. "\, ..

.... Miss Bailey was graduated rifufosretielarttrniuions; ; ..
-}.. :Madison High School .. .- available on all models

l' Mr Land is employed" .with.' : '
City of Jaclcsonv lle. ;
America la not a Christian country- Today in America though men do After a brief honeymoon
,. There are Christians in America, not burn incense on the altars dedicated couple will make their
went irdo the to deities wha pre projections
Influence Jacksonvffle.
Christian and the tn- of heir own characteristics and to / /
nation ,
of our '' *
building .
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truth is still felt pulses and passions they. t .
paetoi iame-Christian extent in our national law less worship dbd tenreUheso. o* .1..'_ to
the thing
end We, but America i* essentially tributes which becomes and j> a'iitwJcr supreme in their. ,%Mr B G Waring'la :

end predominanfiy pagan' ; > people lire becomes: the god of their Best from his erioifllile -
inajorftyof
The great gods'wnicn vein There are some men who warship the local hospPW;ratirh'fs: 1Ww
worship_ _theacme ter own feteKect. Their mind is '
t Greece nae. .. ; .- vilescing at the/Same of
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fu cur caUed their' odj Rom. Of they are.Hot : : silt The taadard by which: theyftjandard :nephew Mr Wang Wycbe.
.by"their"classical 1 pomes nor recog- of i .
: niud as d eiliihUt .less.* opa tll'W#f-i !hdt'l)1mH1 ri... 0therSd&e, : .:\.,:. _, .

shipped grated.'images nose -are the not set.up and. ertrythinyT god her.,.10cmzdce" bbd: : yeolhl is thei, .- I. .!eept t,WIllI.Ui ...{ ,
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