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 Material Information
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 20, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33284795
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System ID: UF00028405:00166
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jTTTThr was adding $20 a month .to. the CONSERVATION NEWS .. COMPLIMENTED WITH SHOWER 1 .
OMllllLNEWS; S the elderly lady with her hair Rolaryfks Madison library. : ," .' .
: dyed red and her: bald headed In- the second phase of the program I --- --. /
..... .. henpecked husband; the wolf try. .' the dab resolved itself into t f '
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,Protam CBy: L C Bruner, Mrs Joe O I eavy, of Greem11te.
fag to monopolize the pretty girl ;?
"t- an Imaginary Florida Senate with r. :Soul CoBsenratioa.Service) complimented with a' stork'-
We are a far piece from Oak *no- plays a violin; the lady preacher Senator Turner Davis as presiding shower ,
Bill as .this is written. Jut leaving going to establish a. church: in officer. "Senator" Frank Graham Wayne Smith, Area Engineer'for Greenville Tuesday Woman's evening at tbe
Ft Stockton Texai at 9' am. Thursday Arizona; a retired: couple 'heading introduced: a bill to abolish .capital the-Soil Conservation. Service from three hostesses, Mrs dub Bobby given Brown by,;
We left Madlaon at 6:35 pm. for a holiday in Mexico; the honeymooners -' programs in one ass' the punishment and spoke for its passage .. Mariaana: checked terraces and Mn J'R Scarboro and Mrs Martha
Tuesday, caught a through-bus at headed for Hawaii; ', the fare.VedDesday when alarge : "Senator" Ernest Page spoke drainage ditches on the farms of Sale. Forty guests enjoyed the. delightful *
New Orleans Wednesday am The fat woman with her daughter and number of Rotary .members'and against .it Then the "Senate" (the Homer Jarvis of Lovett, and Joan occasion
part of Louisiana we saw -consisted father going out to spend 'a month visitors. buil gathered at .the Woman'sQtIb Club) voted the bill down 26 to & Cone and. W M McCoHough of the The club room was decoratedwith'
of &Qes;; and miles of sugar cane in Phoenix (that's us) with her ng fqr their'regular. 1'bethird:. phase was a demonstration Masejey Hall' community
,weeJd Monday. lovely arrangements of azaleas
_and rice fields and swamps, with sister and of course, the .servicemen meeting.First by Drs Co_inj and Borland *
the ad- The terraces and drainage ditcfa rameHkH and other garden flower
on program was an :
one oil field for contrastWe of every description.Most and Alex H Smith of the new S
dress by Bill Airth of Live Oak were constructed according to SCS The honoree was the recipient of
arrived at Houston Texas heart machine, which has been
interesting of all was my who fxiteire-d the Library many lovely gifts. The hostessespresented
Regional
and ACP specifications and passed
our first real under consideration for purchasefur
6:30 'pm. so
about,
scat mate Artoag Fettersen. a : her with car-bed. The
Jijstcm DOW being'discussed. final a
of Texas came this am atOToua. the local hospital T J Begga inspection by Mr Smith. The
view school teacher of Oslo
secondary Madnoa dessert course delicious cherry
and urged to was ;
Texas.. The description Norway 'it leave of county Join Jr announced at the dose .Of: write* feels that all three of these
here on year's the ..--. The' cost :would bet pie with whipped cream, nuts and
cart, dust dembns&ation 'ttie' H
given by service mea of that me2 received much. benefit from ,
absence nail scholarship. She was eqtainyeat of a half mm of coffee
mad Stanee bolds true for this fje- Board load, voted Tuesday.Di bt : tie ":'sfrocfoiref the pastheWacto week '
taking a hxie trip from Chicago ?4, or Vii} a tear, but it.wa.sJere 5 I Out-of-townguesS[ ioduded Mis
S( .tiad.-. The' raoaeionj is relieved, to New Orleans.. California .*, British than worth ft-Airth said, in bUY 'the .Tnadtinc.- these. ateea_ -" cosiroi five.bc.ixi&ebet. C A .Boberts. Mrs Lanar Eobertj,.
Visitors besides jr "
-:.. by-eft & wiftd-D\l s. '. Colombia and; bade .to, Chicago.: m we Worth- &Je. reading rpentice>ed, hadeadad.l taris ., water that .fell.krt' Tbersday. YrsrR Jf Po tks ;ted 'iCs ,Edaa:
:.: .... aaL.. ::. oskWes5 -:.. ;We *rrtv d,safely. In Pfebenli at to alL "It: actoally would Canovtl of Tatfafiaftsee ,aajt, AJTreherne Tba .: *teh on., Mr MeGa&ggfe's East Artier ,R'- of Waycro ,'Ga.Mr .
aa 1 2aat: nod' were+ raet-iby lay: sssierMr eve mammy people maney?He said of Ateore, Ala, saiit MrM' "re owed the easeess water Camp ,Peavy Mrs Pace Allen
:, _;. :We nd )[ Dean In.that they would have:use of the Ted
'N .eseept- :aa4: .bbfl rs.Day Atkinson of Taxer, E M 59re" W Ofhd. Tie 'w Mrs Jeotue Frtrto of
$; :' library fcoeka instead of tiaYnitoling "
.. Sr_ of Greeavffie. l B& JarreU.nteg re&ovttt of. excess vatWitr'aI << = -;' -
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Id .f'tad 'paM. : Yesterday we took a trip to the PmsOT R M Scruggs, -Jo, ow the bad to be prepared J
lots:.of sfeeep, ROt ss my .cattle.high! Sopentttioa Mts where legend has be bad-used no extenrfvely.Mrs doubt the. library would Burnett. Bill Bartfe. Mrs J L Brl- a&4 pteBted at the proper ttee.ifefa Uadi aiel lakes, is the homelarcjof .

The terrate alters-l>Hw'ca Lost 'Dutchman Mine thai Hyem Kramer, who has son and Uissec'MeLeod. MMfisM 9% fa National Wi i. __ 'iprae bird aad anteals:
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ridges'and wide Ithas and K&tt of Masoa High Seheat
the hus MIn Jike 1iTi C i per been found! Also the site taken an active part in the library : J lie- week.. The Ceaservakm of .ty farmers.. la fee .oty are '
Riding : Before Horse! Mesa Dam, one of the plan made a brief tails for ,the H ., __ ftdTyear,5s byNtaai
a .small coeatry Y : of LAS. DEAL'.... seeding odd area to ceeablne pea | _
that atM&dfeee .
long, ?OU :::taa. sbeittht j Urge .<5*.. that Jtanish water for pNCram. She explained" "- -- ?' : ,jr'I' > WUe FrIrt ..... weed and
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everybodg. : i .h tti __ _" etectric .power.Waderful It.r ,t Coeaty. was. t.the1JI&Wic J r .Davie C VkkewMcLeol .i af 'P .triige peas .'.:;J _
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BIRTHDAY PARTY SPEAKS ON BERLIN CRISIS 4' '. y .-'._'" ,:..MRS-. LaRUE M. HOWELL, OWNERSAN' :-BRAEBt- !,'N r.
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Mr and Mrs Albert V Kraus, celebrated '
ilr Raymond Marves of the NFJC :
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her birthday Sunday with a l
faculty was presented by Mrs J B : :. .
pays; for twelve of her yangfi3ends Dads, dim, of International Affairs ,
The St Patrick's motif was guest" FREg !PARKING, ..O lV DAILY C1TJLJB:8Q ., ,.
ais. speaker on the topic ', ,'. '.' \ i_ ,, { 'Y ; 4t
evfdent in the decorations of the
r The Berlin Crisis. Mr Marves In

green and white birthday cake. his interesting talk revealed a great _.... ..., -
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Games on the including donkey. pinning Refreshments: the tail of deal of reading and research as he .. Easter; js 1Eret. See,. our,.line -oL.:East Clothes, Dresses,. ..;<<.<.?. 9 # 'E'''-

tee-cream:"'P t l ch, and .Easter candies discussed problem.:the complicated It is apparent-internaional that- ..'.loves. Iloset Jewelry and. Bags. + '"_
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Mr* and Mrs Kraus were assistedIn Krushchev does not. .want war DRESSESBYj;'.., : .Don't! .miss,our,.Hats. ,.. so be8u ling; .the blooms,'.almost- 11ft. ol"
'entertaining'their guests by their nevertheless he is seen as playinga "' ". -alive. You detect the scent of flowers in,the air.. One of .

daughter, Fannilee and Marion Dangerous game the speaker'said.. PARKLAND OF DALLAS style and color for occasion : -
a any ; j
The questions of how can the West CHARM OF HOLLYWOOD :
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meet the challenge of a blockadeand GLASS ORIGINALS '
We also Milkmaid Cosmetics Scarfs and
Flowers
how can the West prevent E. S. KAHN OF MIAMI carry "'
Soviet maneuvers from undermiiH "JUNE FAX>- .;: >i*?| *,collars. by Baer 1&"' 1eards.!. x AY ,.'.IC '- ; ,., .
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lag Western positiOns. 'were thought 'JO JUNIORS'OF DALLAS.i > .- :'a ,>,
provoking. 5-15 and S-20 W *Ji- S. .... .
lt West Berlin is a showcase of f .:e>', *,..,,. .4 .. ,.'r- -A.
democratic freedom and a haven ; _

for refugees from communism, with :5; / ,2_ < i

seven hundred persons a day reported *.. ., > -4- y i.j
fleeing to the West That ; ,;
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lossia's desire to force Western .. ''; 1'4); .:1, f ,
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council are possjbljf among \.. f"
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4 powers would do'' if East Germany ,: ,:. t ,. ":;: .<; '. BEAUTIRAMAJEWEI .
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J mostly serious dispute between East LaMAY, DONNA, '\ : -
i and West since Korea. The speaker EMERSON e ,.. '
emphasized it is important to keep '. .: .

the allied powers closely tied together SIMON, JOSEPH,. 'KADIN BAGS :.' ".:' i>( x
and in closing he quotedone : *; 1.. ..
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paredness 'to meet these demands. JI ', '!! .
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: Heart t Frances Stewart'of FSU .
Library committee presented Mrs I was' the weekend guest of her.. Your Frame CAN BE .
Helen LeGette, who explained the '
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.parents. Mrs Lewis Stewart, a accessory
.. f possibilities for better library ser I } Fralelgh-Aehley T &. T Companyare
.. and attended the pre-nuptial tea In Hundreda to Choose From
"lee.for Madison County. In -explanation announcing their: distributorship .
of the Library Service Act TrH !:: :\ of Fasco products In'this Jasper, Friday, honoring Miss Elizabeth TRADE WHERE THEY ARE
.3't he the Bradley who will marry James MADE
speaker pointed out extension week's EK.WHEN .
of .services and resources Equipment was :re;toed Te/ord: Sullivan of Madison, on Twiggs Optical Co.
and economy by a' centralized this week at the }Madison County April 12. Miss: Stewart will be one.
,. 'agency to tie all libraries togetherIn Memorial Hospital This equipment i of the wedding attendants. Valdosta Ga. CH 44)534.

1 S .I' order to secure books requested consists of a cardioscope, a de- -----
t.!." : by all libraries. Professional help fibriliator and a pacemaker. The SHOPPING FORAMOBILEIIOME I .- ,

11I1 t .fr ..; l.would( give help' to local libraries;j i iI cardioscope is a heart monitor for 3 and 5pieceRegular: Bedroom Suites t
id; I more hours of open time for libra- use in keeping constant check both

::'t_ r ries, and librarians could give'more by visual and auditory means..pn,, a

..'. .'': r time to bringing in more people to patient's heart while undergoing $189.95 to $229.95

be! served by a library.At .surgery. It can also. be used on a Sedeller'sAT .
the business patient who has had a heart attack.
meeting a library
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'.., }':' immediately. used in restarting a heart'that has We have a large selection to
oyti The club voted to continue ,the suddenly stopped (cardiac attest).
J'. ; scholarship to the Junior Collegeand This equipment is being obtained choose from. '

: ,4 voted ait additional scholarship,;,, IrYa1l- progressive hospitals to New used Mobile Homes
'<. .. ''.--: ..... half of which was given ;by one further reduce the risk of surgeryas ; and
'- -K. of the members Mrs J J Newman well as in other heart emergencies 13ft. to 53-ft., .3" ,bedrooms.

i\hy! : ,. ,, Endorsement of traffic laws to be ; It is' felt by the 'Medical And you will be-surprised at

: .. :. 1fir" .," :i presented; at the Legislative session, and Surgical Staffs of the hospitalthat the low prices and ./terms you
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:.: __,4..-... .. \\1:.s given to Mrand Mrs T C will be a welcome additionand can purchase then10n..
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hanging interest in the recent repairsto many times. ;'
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..: the moon grounds. ;:',- ., of this eighteen hundred
Fabulous little Mater Lee ,Sandwiches and coffee were -dollar equipment bas been given by .KELLER'SMOBILE
blooxxi t. 'With'dropbUUOftI't served during the social hour by the Florida Heart Association to
t moonmtst dotting the
Mrs S Williams and Mrs J O Council
R the local Heart This
like
bodice hanging moons
Big-bowfroat belt putting Cooke and their committee. amount has been*turned over to the HOMESOF

waistline oa display ap L Of hospital staff ta use in the'purI ,
Amel-cottoo TREASURES.fine OFFERING BOAT MOTOR AND I chase of this much needed equipment PERRY, FLA.
wrinkle-shedder.a love of a fabric and Sky a blue TRAILER AS GRAND. PRIZE. It is hoped that the remainder

portofino coral bam lime Howerton Supply Company h I can be raised prior to the exPiration 1 mile South on 19, 98 2IA

Siza 10 to 20.Lodle ": 15-fojo fiberglass boa, of the trial period of thirty a
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powered by a. 40-hp( electric starting days.

i'" Scott outboard motor and a lightweight

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Additional weekly prizes 'onslsi v"' c .. :'-:EQUIPMENT. t WEe credit is leered do r.u--
s Dress Shop of a pair of Irish Setter boots aw!i we oar own :
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a Hindi-Light lantern. 4 5-5-6. +

MADISON, FLA. Mr and Mrs W 1r Coody aac, '- -- BkT4llX. .:.:TUBS: tiIr, wlicii. iicWes fde4ka .,

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CHERRY LAKE CIVIC CLUB1'' The \VMU Circles of the First I D>>,..US .,.."
i Feagle ,Makes Ptea For 1
Baptist church will meet Monday.
-- Auction Sale Circle No.' 1 with Mrs W S CooperSr See WestCTn Aiito Fw

i fegioaaI{ library'HEART Na 2 with Mrs Van H Priest .
and Circle No. 3 with Mrs W P YOUR COOLING AND HEATING
will be Saturday, March 2ist be Ellis all at 3 pm Circle No. 4 PROBLEMS WHETHER LARGEOR
March 21 ginning at 9 a.. n1. at Crossroads
and the Anita McCulIough Circle SMALL
DOUBLE FEATURE MACHINE and No. 53 at Cherry Lake.
will meet at 6:30 at the
p. m.
FLESH AND THE SPUR, in DEMONSTRATED HEREAt Household Furniture, Garden: Tools church. The mission study Ways of Phone HU 3-2385 Madison. Fla.291tch..
Come see what we have to offer.
Technicolor starring John Agar, ;
Witnessing, by John Caylor. of
Maria English; 'Raw violence savage .the Lion's Club- meeting here BILL SELP Auctioneer. 29-lt-ch Atlanta will be given. .,. ,

fury. Her fate staked on the ant Tuesday W B' Feagle ofVhit .. _-. ._- -- ,
hill--his future in a killer's gun. MADISONDRIVEtNTHEATRE Springs a former principal of .- ,., -" -- ,r -- ._ -
Two thousand miles of terrifying Madison r.
High School, made a
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suspense.. First Show starts at 7:00 p. m. .strong plea for this county. to join .

THE CAMP ON BLOOD ISLAND, PROGRAM ,in the Regional:Library program, .
,_ You'll know what
starring Carl Hohner, Andre Morell. i now either approved or under consideration -V never, a f fieldr i

The most brutalbarbaric true Fnday story of World War %, committed BLOOD ARROW, Scott Brady, the Suwannee River valley. 'Thecounty's V
after'the war ,was over. Authenticated -Phyllis Coates (dnemaScope)
the few \\ho'; contribution.. to the program yield untilyouuse'
by very survived : can ;
the massacre Cartoon. TEEN AGE MONSTER; John would be a half-mill tax
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Agar, Audrey Totter (Widescreen). with, the remainder financed by '" ..
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Sunday-Monday, March 22, 23 the federal government. Bookmobiles -
THE REMARKABLE MR. on-Tues-Wed-Tfaurs. .
I would be operated in the participating -
PENNYPACKER, in cinemascope March 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 NO SHOW i
and Technicolor starring Clifton counties, making an ex- ;-- f .-. '. : r
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tensive library available to all. "# RAINBOW ':"' ,{.:
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Webb, Dorothy McGuire Menmar- Junior Women k' '. .
vel at him! Women are en- While the towns .have some library V
thralled! He had two homes and facilities, Feagle said that these
led two lives-No wonder they New Location For : would be enlarged and an important -
called him the eighth wonder of factor was that library Ser-

the world. Cartoon.TuesdayWednesday The ThriftShop! vice would be brought to rural v : -

; March 24, 25 residents. The ,speaker was intro-
THE LONE RANGER AND THE duced by James Hardee. -
LOST CITY OF GOLD, in Eastman The Junior Woman's Club' is Prior ta Principal 'Feagle's .address -
color, starring Clayton Moore Jay looking for ,a new location for the Mrs Hyem Kramer spoke
Thrift Shop, now quartered in theSelzers
SUverheelSj Noreen Nash. Here
briefly in favor of the program,
comes the Lone Ranger, blasting Shopping Center. <'
Ins way into the fabled city of The Club is asking for any convenient saying that it would bring better
gold. He unmasks the west's most building or location on library service for Madison county,
fabulous treasure. Cartoon. which a building can be erected. and prior to that Drs Harrison
The Club finances its activitiesby and DuRant and M C Otero, local :

Thursday-Friday, March 2S '27 the Shop and so far this year hospital administrator, gave a demonstration V

DOUBLE FEATURE has donated $63 to the Brownie of a heart condition recording : #1\
MACHINE: GUN KELLY starring Troop; $13.90 for toys for the hos- machine which is' under
Charles ,Bronson, 'Susan 'Cabot. pital; $5 for T-B seals $25 for : V
consideration for purchase for the f
Without his gun he was naked Sunland Training Center; $45 for, hospital here. F ;s 1_
Prom the front oft state Other donations
yellow.- pages projects. : .
machine is aued when surgery -!
This
yesterday to the screens of today- planned are $25 for the local library -'
lie bloodiest crime. rampage of ; $50 to the recreation cen-' is being undertaken and givesan 4 ,
them all. ter; and a $50 scholarship for: account of the heart's action

i .NFJC. S both by sight and by sound for the x rz'
BONNIE PARKER STORY,
THE
Your help is needed so that this whole period of the operation. The .
starring Dorothy Pnrone, Jack
Club can help keep Madison and
Florida Heart. Association has appropriated -
Hogan:; Douglas Kennedy. Th i cigarsmoking :r-
Madison County the
on 3rove.forward. ; $600 'towafdst*'purchase
'hellcat of ,the rearing <\' '
thirties on a rampage, Beauty anda r: ; of the machine for the' hospital i
machine gun 'were her weapons with the remainder of some $1200to M i
Mr and Mrs Van H Priest and .
world her is desired,
and the whole enemy. be raised, If purchase
Mr and Mrs W B Clark spent
Cartoon. other means. .
last week spring in New mercantile York City markets attending by Visitors at the meeting- bneluded, Do you really know what sort of feed crops all season long.

Miss Lucille .Berry .and .Mr B .F and shows..Mr and Mrs Clark re- County Supt. Bishop and Principal yields your'land.might produce Here's.an easy way to find out. ...;:. '_
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Woodrura of. Statesboro, Ga., were turned home Sunday, while Mr Cornelius of MHS. ; with the right fertilizer? .. for yourself_,'how much difference '\,, ; ,
guests of Mrs T C 'McNally Sunday and Mrs Priest remained until :.J ,
-' You for Rainbow make.in and ...
'_ _rr Wednesday.WATERMELON won know sure can yields .
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.. - .-. -. ...- - MADISON COUNTY .- -1 l V'V until you use the best in premium: profits. Put Rainbow on your J **-
s . a a.. TRAINING, SCHOQL .
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.: ;. "fertilizers, Rainbow Plant Food. own sofl this year. See bow much -'.
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Calendar of Commencement. Rainbow is several cuts above more a field can yield when' ...

F SEED : March 23-27 Activities Rengious empbaasweekChapeL > :: .: anything you've ever used before :fertilized with Rainbow Premium \ --

'. ,.. '. r. #, 'i,f : soils and V Plant Food Call for the :- '
.. ., tailored ior your ue full :
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.SEED CORN _. March 31 Junior class play fcOO P-m. .' designed to detail:.' -
scientifically <
crops, '
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April 2 Band concert 8:00 p. m. 1t1IDJo..fJ.1 >

.." '. WE-... HAVE LAURENCE ROBINSON & 'SONS CERTIFIED. April 6 Intermediate operetta &00p.m.al ,.. .:' _. \\ .

,,:.i. CHARLESTON. GREY. AND CONGO WATERMELON SEEDS JfB.11Ut R ;.,:
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:".'. RED BLISS. i CERTIFIED, SEED IRISH POTATOES. May 1 May Day activities 1:30 pjn. 1-- .
.. f > '" : May 10 Senior consecration 11:00 PLANT FOOD DIVISION
GEORGIA RED .
SEED SWEET POTATOES -
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INTERNATIONAL 1NBRALS & CHEMICAL CORPORATION
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i : FRESH GARDEN SEED AND SEED PEANUTS" '" 14 Junior-Senior. prom.-, 8:!>O ;

.-. '*Lard ': ,..wire--Fencing. Fresh Grapeft;-Oranges, :. May p.17 m..Baccalaurate-Services..gOO .,':+ .- ..... r..... Pl atl.ocotlon a ; ..__JACKSONVILLE-AND".J, .J: -.. PENSACOLA' ; .. FLORIDA ,

.Y.< Vegetables and Groceries .. _.....:. .. 'May, 17 Baccalaurate Services 8:00
.. p. m.May ,
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2. : : Interviews!- 'b-etween. OPERATES MY GARAGEDOOR

: LRTt9? ISNT, WORKING

... t and 5 p. m. Mondays RIGHT_ . .

: thr.ughFridayiaid8- Sorry, we can't do mdch-about your You'll know
never
garage door but we can work
wonders with your -car->.:. r no what a field can -
JI !12 II Satirdays.CBOT !. matter how why or where it gets
b: ged-up. We' e" "experts 7 at removing yield until you useRAINBOW

all traces of body damage .V
from a dent to a crumpled
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fender or bzsheti-in front =-.

V Vat won't ever know what yoafirfds
COURT GARAGE
irr : MeWILLIAMS _" can yield until you trY
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user Rainbow Plant Pood.

.... .: fury for spring term March 23: .: :.4r Rainbow is several cuts aheM
ever used before
anything you've
r.: J I F Day; Frank Stokes, Joe John 'Gardner of the.. U. of' F' mono for oar local
I -T. 4 : "'. '' Phillip. Pasco Rye G :R Mc- visited Mr and Mrs J?' ..A' Trulovecvef oRs and op and scicz&4.;
t. t .f'._ Clansman, W W'Shay. *fg_B'lnndv; the.week end V _' ,4_ call, '
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.&othaaereer.Bsai tobAa&etooCorafcrfciaim&ftl&caQsiar.Try ItI1ll9ViAl. "iI J Thomas Keat. Carlton J Mrs Walter Wmiams dsHed relatives + 'tab t Yea>: 8M baw a. ...
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a atnatOCQfO the bride of William Oliver Jr : .
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1 Sunday afternoon at" four. o'clock
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in Pine .1'he ,
Grove Baptist church. i
altar held 'of white .
rr __ arrangements ,
gladioli and pompons and seVen
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ARE BUYING branched candelabra on either side

with"background. ; of palms and '
THE BEST magnolia The Rev James T Bar' K:.

ber officiated at the ceremony. .,-<.;

: 'ANDGmINGTHE.MOST HoytThe bride is the daughter of Mrs ,a
Morrison Wainwright, '::of wYrc.

Madison and Mr OHver is the son .
FOR YOUR MONEY! ,
of :Mr .
and MrS William Henry -i

McChesney, also of. Madison: I: ...

$zoo) Waller Whitlock organist offereda <

COMPAREWAYNEW. program of nuptial 'music, and

lOa 1IAUfT-ITnI-YAUJli Miss Phillis Howard: soloist sang ,-'" ,

Because and The. Lord's Pray r.:
'tJ8'X6lLIffi
Miss Florine Morrison was her Ja
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sister's maid-of-honor, and ,her

junior brides-maid was her younger
sister, Mary'WainwrighL They wore
f similar dresses of lace trimmed
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W""O'
M ev ra/Yp/ yellow taffeta fashioned ballerina (Read all about him in Setzer's Ad in this issue) I

length, .and carried colonial bou- -

quets of blue iris. Their matching LEE NEWS NOTES OPEN MANY HOUSEA ATTEND o Late To Oasaf y"

hair bandeaux were of braided

l/ yellow .taffeta to match their SALE: One MELVIN tobacco
number
WEGER dresses. SISTER DIES large used "
pick-up type,
persons including \
Mr William
Henry MeChesneywas"
N.ft from the various little, in good condition. '
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best.man and William Me : -
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Mrs R of' DIXON ,Lee Fla. 29.2t-ch
Chesney Jr was a junior grooms- Rowe Lee and Mr attended. the open

man. Ushers were Richard Brock- and Mrs Caulley Copeland'and staged Tuesday by C HOLDER DIES AT
son Clifton of Cross City attendedthe Tractor Company
man and Benny Seals. LOCAL HOSPITAL
MADISON, FLA. _' \ Miles Morrison of the Air Force funeral' of Mrs Rowe's sister, show its new Ford '

gave.'his sister in marriage. Mrs Mabbie Elizabeth Buckhalt, Catching the eye Calvin Holder, age 81, of

Banger Lurks! LAN.E B AILEY WEDDINGThe .: The bride chose for her weddingan who died in St Augustine. March gold demonstration died early Tuesday morning

original ballerina length gown 11th. Funeral was in Leesburg ten forward and local hospital. He lived most

marriage of Miss Weta Roselie of chantilly lace over satin scalloped Saturday morning. This was Mrs speeds, any one of i life in Madison County and

Madison, County has .a serious Bailey, daughter of Mr and MrsV at the hemline and at the Buckhalt's former home. She had used instantly by a member of the Beulah Bap-
danger which knatch the lives \ H Bailey Jr, of Route, Lee, friends here who
may neck. The fitted bodice came to a many : were grievedat simply by shifting .. church.
of a great number: of children. The "Hondaand James Edward Lane her passing., tor lever without his wife; two, sons,
point in front and bad long sleeves are
son of Mr and Mrs G W Lane of
railroad: crossing on First Street is Mr and Mrs J H Williams Sr without suing a and
Ft
of Lauderdale
Her veil of Jr
wrist.
Jacksonville took tapering at the
a grave danger to our school child place at 7:30 p. "
ren.' There are, seven buses that m Saturday March 14, at Franklin illusion fell from circlet of pearlsto had Mr and Mrs Jack Williamsand achievement Mr G_ Holder of Leethree daugh

pass over this crossing twice per Street Baptist church ,Jacksonville. shoulder length: She carried a children, Kenny Raully, and greatest advance in Mrs Oscar Hurst of Jackson-

day Two of the buses make two: The pastor. the Rev Mr Bennett- semi-cascade bouquet of tuberoses, Karen and Miss Maudie Williamsof ation since the wedding'f, Mrs H W Neveils of Pom-

trips daily There are 18 bus crossings .' officiated. Tine bride was given in lilies of the ,valley and nylon' tulle Jacksonville to visit them was -Introduced, Beach, and Mrs Joe Voyls

per day involving about six marriage by her father. showered with satin leaves, and Saturday and Sunday. Other new Oak; one sister, Mrs Alice
hundred pupil. ",, Arrangements ,of white gladiolifind -
i BABY ROWE
centered with a white orchid. Her Company is offering of Tampa; twenty-two
It can easily.be noted, that this< chrysanthemums in relief Mr and Mrs Hubert Rowe are two-three plow and twenty. en
is a blind crossing and .signals are against palms, .and greenery madea only ornament was,a._gold necklace 8 .
s announcing the birth of an Ibs Ford. Offset.. dchildren.
far from adeq u .Arefffift.hi- background at the alter fh.t- with''a pea; t -
zens of5Edl ..J oIng &SaSnto- i ddblr plBffjr MHr Nellie tSl .. '"Sirs Waiwwighi.jf mbther of the, la: ozs girl. She has been named Although the ervfcei wereb'eld at 10 am

til there 'is' a tastropbjl "\ organist offered''nuptial music, bride, chose"'-tof- the wedding an Faye Elizabeth Rowe. She was arriving i a trifle late in Beulah Baptist church.

It should also: be noted 'that 532! Mrs Charlie Lane, of Jackson afternoon dress 'of'-soft blue silk born Thursday the 11th of Marchin Mr Groover-says :;was in.-Beulah. cemetery .

children walk the road to and from ville cuter of the bride was fashioned with shirred bodice and Sanford Mrs' Rowe and the sell quite a number: the T'J. Beggs Jr Funeral,

school. Sixty per cent of tb walk matron-of-honor arid her .only. attendant -. skirt of unpleated tucks. She wore Copeland visited her while there this year. in charge. ..
across the railroad ...There are no: She was attired in a Saturday. '.A.J.
hat and -
matching accessories i
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a
sidewalks, no patrolmen to .protect dress .of blue sheer with matching DEATH OF CALVIN HOLDER '
Mr and Mrs Jesse LANDBARGAINS
these pupils: I ; accessories, and carried. a bouquetof and a purple orchid 'corsage.
The friends of Mr Calvin ,
many ; guests .
Shall we wait for an accident to white carnations. Mrs MeChesneymother of the over the AD I IN E.R
take the lior a number of these' Raymond Lane was his brother's bridegroom, chose a gown of dacron Holder were shocked when the Goza of Clearwater, -
pupils before 'we act?' Accidents' best man''and ushers were T WBailey shantung in a soft shade of, pink message came of tie death Tuesday Henderson of Palm you want to list real estate '

i will not wait! DEATH-WILL NOT, and G W Lane. trimmed with bands of Irish lace. morning. His wife entered the hospital guests of.Mr. and sale, or- see what others are-

WAIT Why .should we wait? The bride chose for her weddinga Her close fitting hat featured a several days ago and is doing Sunday were Mr see the LAND BARGAINS.

' Contributed. gown of white lace over laid with feather trim and short veil. She very well Mr Holder entered Mon- Blair of Monticello elsewhere in this Issue. Head

nylon tulle poised 'Over taffeta. The wore a white coat and a purple. day. The family have the' sympathyof Blair of Quitman. ,for the; Company {are to"

TUTEN.BLAIR MARRIAGE fitted bodice was attached to 4 orchid. their friends in their bereave the Oliver-Morrison / Oak Fla. '
circular street-length skirt. She

FEBRUARY 28th --. .' I carried'a bridal bouquet of white ., .ti's. Ardis Warren maternal ment. --- ........ ......... ...;-' ---.; ...... --- :- ........
grandmother of the bride chose a Mr and Mrs A E Ragans were
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blue silk dress and corsage of rose among those attending the Ivey
Miss Addie ElOise Tuten, daughter -I Mrs Bailey chose for her daughters ,
reunion at Adel Ga Sunday.: The 4:1.
of Mr and Mrs Johnny Tuten,; wedding an afternoon dress buds.. : '
add Mr James Adrel Blair, son of, bf powder pink crepe lace trimmed A reception followed immediatelyafter occasion was in -honor of their

i Mr and Mrs James Blair of Jen-. and. a: corsage of white roses. the ceremony. at the -home of mother, Mrs Zola. Ivey's 85th .

i flings, Fla.. were happily, united in Mrs Lane, mother Qf the bride- the' bride's mother. Rooms weredecorated birthday. Her 'ten children, and

marriage Feb 28 at 4:00 o'clockin i groom wore Navy blue crepe with. with native greeneryandspring many relatives and friends attended y' 'aWa.I

the New Home Baptist: church matching accessories; and corsageof flowers. The bride's! table, and all reported a very' enjoyable rII9 .

' fn, _the ,presence of relatives- *and" roses. overlaid ,with an embroidered linen day they say..it rainedup f "
friends. A .._
reception t'oUow
immediately *" '"- '
with the tiered there tOe Sunday? k
cloth centered
was
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: with liliesof Mr Gallon Whitty, and Mr-Frank
cake encircled
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r exchanged was flanked.*by candela bride'ssisters. Mrs B F Dryden wedding ; -- ,
bra and a basket of white gladioli and Mrs D E Scott at the home the valley and tulle. A minia- Davis of Baldwin came;. for a short : '-

mums and fern with a backgroundof of Mr and Mrs. Charlie' Lane, -at ture of the bride'S' bouquet toppedthe while Tuesday and; visiting the, S E '

palm leaves and magnolia. The i 233 W 39th St.: cake and candelabra. flanked Whittys. :,' 1956 Ford Fairlane'V.s: $1195 ea. .

Rev DozIer Sapp officiated in a Greenery, dogwood; bridal wreath. the cake on either Side. Mrs -: ': :
double-ring ceremony and azaleas were used to deco- Richard Brockman sister of the Tudor Fordor fully .: ; <.-.
Waller Whitlockoffered or equipped
Mr 8i
program of soft wedding music: rate the rooms. After spending awhile bridegroom, cut the cake and Miss : TiIEWEATHm .
with their Mr and
throughout the ceremony?'.The bride guests Miriam Cowart and Miss Dorothy. These cars are ready to go clean and good. Priced right .
Mrs Lane left on a trip down the '" -, : .
was given In marriage by her: Parker kept the bride's book. '

brother Messrs, Jack Johnny Pickles Ralph and Harold Tutee:. Jacksonville.Mrs State.be at After home. March at 2002 23. ,Bridier they will St: ceremony Mrd Mrs on a Oliver- wedding left after 1 trip,the,to. Week ending_- March Max.17th MinRf.. 1955 Ford Fairlaae Tudor $9%. : :>-' ._

Farnell served as ushers.: Lane is 9 graduate of Madison South Florida, They will reside on Wednesday 73 53 jOO radio, heater whitewall tires, 2 tone paint real nice,in perfect ;.-, -
Hisses Lou and Linda Tuten kept 66 43 .09 ...
Thursday .'- condition .,
High School. Mr Lane attended North harry St Madisotf,: upon "
the bride's book. 69 37 JOO .
schools here and in Jacksonville. their return. Mr Oliver is employed Friday _,. ,
Lewis Cunningham, a cousin of He is of Saturday 66 45 .00 1955 Ford Coslomfoe V-8 $945
presently employee
an with Owens-Illinois Corp, .
the bridegroom, acted as,)best man. the City of Jacksonville. Sunday -- 67 55.. 2.72 -

MissMary Grace Sapp"was maid Mr and Mrs W H Bailey and son at" Clyattville.Mrs Monday 65 44 55 :' .Tudor, radio. heater, whitewall tires; The best buy in town -
, of honor and the brlde'aonly attendant Oliver received her educationin.
Franklin Mr and Mrs Jack Strick- 62 41uo
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r matching She accessories wore a graY and suit a with corsage land and children Jackie and Karen, the Madison schools. Mr Oliver Tuesday J 1954! Mercury Meaterey 4 door $695J\ -

of pink carnations. of Lee attended the. wedding. attended Marion Military Academy; Total 5.06 :

The bride chose "a pale blue suit Ala, and U- S Naval Academy be- Rainfall --week-ending Mar 14th _radio heater overdrive. a real baby doll, 'drives like new ":

of silk and wool with matching DAVIS SPEAKS AT MEN'S CLUB fore serving two years in service.- at Gibson Tower 230in. toyett '

accessories and bridal bouquet Among the out-of-town guests I Tower 2J20 in, Aucflla TO2SO *s.1953Cbevrod! (M, Cee $495 '
The bride's. :mother chose a biege Noted Trials of History was the were Mr-.and Mrs T S Cowart and I 3.30 in lee .
In Sinclair Tower ,
suit with matching accessories and address Tuesday even- Mr and Mrs Carl Stone ,and two .Tower, &60 in, )Madison f ,_, ..: ... seater nice and clean, perfect condition.1353 1 -
a corsage of pink carnations.. Sen W T Davis at the cbftdreir of Jacksonville, Mr and ; J-
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headquarters 2-80 in ---. ; '
The groom's mother wore accessoriesand a sky Metlst Men's' Supper Club, In Mrs; Kenneth Cowart and -family of Sun rises Mar 28th 638 Ford-,6.CJWer' Pr : $495 ,

blue suit with matching. Fellowship:HaH..-Appropriate of the Havana FIB, and Mr and Mrs Joe ': ". :' ". .
.; a pink corsage. Easier seasonSen- 'Davis. featured Crabb: and two. children of Lees- sets 6i4S: pra. ,"- :, : :' .extra doe truck, good tires, perfect condition
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In .his address the trial of Jesus burg Mrs Nettie Stanton Woodof
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These pages are a part of this week's issue of The I two children were visitors in Talla-
f Madison Enterprise-Recorder. For the full sixteen pages COME TO THE ,The week of March 15 through Altar flowers in the First Methodist hassee, Sunday. with Mrs Leslie's
of the issue each week for a year, fill in the attached 1 March 21 'has been designated by church Sunday were in memory mother, Mrs G E Tharpe.

coupon and mail with $3.75 to The Madison Enterprise- Daylight Dept Store Jaycee President Alex H Smith as of M3ss Mary Belle Waring- and .
Recorder, Madison, Fla. the" Madison County Junior Cham Mrs John T Vann given by Mrs -
bee of W H Williamson.
Commerce's
FOR YOUR annual Jaycee
Week. You look through your glassesThfc -
MADISON ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, Madison, Fla. 'rest of the world looks
Easter: a N" 'dS r During Jaycee Week several Jaycee ,at them .'. '.
} activities will be Mr and Mrs T S Cowart
Here 'conducted and
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my $3.75. your complete newspaper to me each week such Mr o TRADE WHERE THEY -.. ,
- as Jaycee Radio Day and. Mrs Carl Stone and'two '
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for a year. Jaycee \ ARE MADE
i Awards I children of Jacksonville .were weekend
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nlens Tio s fsS.95 Banquet.The guests of MrsXR V Brooks Twigs Optical Co.
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Black Brown Fancies!.' day. March 19, and during that day Morrison wedding"1 Sunday.the Oliver- Valdosta.. Ga. CH 44)534
; the local radio station, WMAF. was ::

Address Boy's Trousers 4:49: operated by members of the Junior Ii y<4 ,
upin Chamber. of Commerce. The pro Feminine M
all sizes nice selection grams sponsored by local businessmen Ty
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A SERVICE TO FARMERS AND PROPERTY OWNERS : -- and any profit made by the a .
Fashions .... ...,. :\ :; :4,>
Little Jaycees will be used for chic ;; '
We offer you a tried and proven way to sell your Farm or IIIIIChildren's projects :, .
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Catalogs of Merchandise, we give you "LAND BARGAINS a andPatent Banquet andladies' }. ;r,, ._ ..;.. _
there White \ night will be held Friday, :f.. ,. "
Catalog for Farms and other Property listed for sale. DIRECT '
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March 20 at 7:30 'i: ; ,
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I WeJntaw the Secret of. selling'any property is simple. And the awards presented will be the Women, .,;_. ', '. ,{ ._ ',,_ ,. -'' <;1' ,_ .' ".
1 ;'"Secret is this: "LET. ENOUGH PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT IT> - teacher of the Year Award, the ,. ;.: :" "-'V '.... .::-,_'.c',:: ', ',' ,. ,
That is what our Catalog, "LAND BARGAINS" will do. And it Little White utstanding Forester Award,. and ; : ,
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works this way: Send-us a. letter -of 150 words or less, including the Junior Chamber of Commerce ;?f l .
your name and address, describing your property. We publish Distinguished Service Award which S t"rn }
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this letter in, our Catalog. In turn, thus Catalog is advertised, $555Daylight wlll'b.,. '-p. 'eSented to John Dickinson. ...- ..... &.. .
over the United States to Buyers interested in buying property.We j '
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Dept.Store .
place sells, or for one year, whichever is first The actual cpst ; .

to you is only $25.00 for this NATIONAL SERVICE. And when MADISON, FLORIDA I Mrs Cleon Wets entertained the .. .. : Lovely ,/ ,,.,..
your place is sold the money is all yours. -The Big Mail Order \iVilna Phillips circle Monday after. :' s--- /' 1.
House. have found this to be a very successful way to sell their noon. Mrs Mary Ann Baumgarten :\i. ._. : Appointmentsfor. ,
Merchandise. Let us help you apply the same method to selling opened the program with devotionaland theHome
4 your property? SEND YOUR LETTER AND CHECK TODAY. MISS ELIZABETH BRADLEY Mrs Bob Lay gave a lesson .
LET US ADVERTISE YOUR PLACE NATIONALLY, AND FETED from Understanding Other Cultures.
CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN DO FT LOCALLY. REMEMBER. Miss Elizabeth Bradley Jasper, The hostess served a dessertcourse

THIS IS A REAL BARGAIN FOR YOU AS WELL AS FOR THE whose marriage to James Teford! _._ .
BUYER. SO DO IT NQW. SEE HOW FAST IT SELLS. Keep Sullivan of Madison will take place --
this in mind. By using our service, you .will not only let more Sunday: April 12. in Jasper, was the
I people know your place Is for sale, but-you will be letting only nspiration for a charming tea .
people who are interested in BUYING know about it, Our Catalog given Friday in Jasper, by Mrs T
Hicks Fort and Mrs Nolan
is pointed to the Buyers interested' in property all over the..United at the home of Mrs Fort.Wilkes Two
States. Address your letter to LAND BARGAINS ADVERTISING hundred or more guests attendedthe ,
I AGENCY, LIVE OAK. FLORIDA. This is a service designed for affair. 1
quick results and we will 'offer it to you for economical use in Madison relatives and friends at .6- r k s 3.ryp.r GI

your problems. It is your Service :MAKE USE OF IT NOW. tending included Mrs J L Sullivan

LAND BARGAINS ADVERTISING AGENCY Sr Miss Frances Stewart Mrs, W
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7n SERVICES FOR MRS MARY ter, Ga. and Mrs Zulah Priest of
b- :: ANE THOMPSON PAYNE Dawson, Ga, and one brother.
1 George Thompson, of Jacksonville.The .
Funeral services for Mrs Mary

Jane Thompson Payne,, age 75. who
'died Sunday in Jacksonville were Brownie Scouts under the
held Wednesday in Macedonia Bap. leadership of Mrs Leila Gibson
tist: church. Interment followed in and Mrs Jack_Wells attended-

y wr r? \ rt the .family lot in Macedonia cemetery vices at the Presbyterian church
with T J Beggs Jr Funeral Sunday morning in a body.

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f Survivors four
are daughters;
$'\ jtiJ. ,c' Mrs Carrie Belle Dixon and Mrs FORMER RESIDENT DIES IN .

,, : 'ff : :. Ted' Welch both of Madison and COLUMBIA, S. C. f

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; : : : Barnhill of Jacksonville three Cecil Crawford age 62. of Colurnbia -
,'nltfS ; sons: ,. S C died there March 1st,
;CUtU.MER5 George William
; :. ... ; Payne and John and services and interment took
Thompson Payne, both of Lee and
place there. He was a former resident -
Walter Payne of Madison
: two of Cherry Lake. and an employee
1JiJrll )/,1if sisters Mrs Lillie Priest of Sylves- of the REA. He had been

living in Columbia about five years.
Call Mae at HU 3-6570 for the I He is survived by his wife; 'MrsRuth
I, T big deal on a JIM WALTER house. 'Crawford.ounty .

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,..Iir. '- Smith announced that Tommy Beggs ,
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The following Jaycee officers
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Materials Easter Secretary-Hybert Andrews Hendry iNEW3TAGE
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O Sewing needs .' = Treasurer-Joe Stafford 1958 Chevrolet $1895 i..
,...:": State Director-Randell Rowe
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MADISONCLOTIISIIDPJ Charlie Quick, Ashley Beggs -

:'; and Wayne Weger.. 1957 Ford $995 GASOLINE i.

: MADISON, FLORIDA The newly elected officers will
be installed at the District 11 Tudor. V-8

INSURANCE THE PRUDENTIAL COMPANY HOSPITAL.. NEWS. Caucus Two members in Madison were in present April Don 1955 Chevrolet $1095 OVER 100-0CTANE

Arnott/ ask Gay Underbill, and
OF AMERICAtakes BeJ-Aire, 4 door; V-8 radio, heater,
President Smith welcomed' them into '
Admissions? Mrs Nancy Handley, the Jaycee org nization. It was automatic transmission, clean ?
pleasure in announcing the Mrs Opal Raines, Mrs Ina Stafford thought that there would be, many ; NO INCREASE
INNew
i appointment of Hiss Corene Hicks, Lillian Earle more new members to join soon 1955 Chevrolet $99
Keeling, Mrs Margaret English; MrJ .
due to the efforts of Jaycee Hybert
) ;" C Holder Mrs Frances Johns, Mr 2 door standard transmission radio
Hobson Williams, Mr Charlie Lewis. Hendry and- his membership Com heater V-8 engine clean.

Discharges: Mrs Gladys. FerreU mittee. w -"PRICE

and.baby, MrsKatheen Fisher Mrs .. 1953 Chevrolet t $495 ,
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Latner, Mrs Pollie Holder, Mrs Wilson and S A Wilson. Jr; of the Powerglide ,
Opal Raines Mrs Margaret Wilson Auto Parts, Inc Stores at-
BABY STAFFORDMr Engush.1 tended a business conference in 1957 Chevrolet 2tonTrick Sinclair Power-X Gives
"- Atlanta March
and Mrs Joe Stafford'announce 15, 16 and 17th.
the birth of a baby girl, Mrs A E Fraleigh and Mrs J G
March 14th. She weighed 7 Ibs and i Ashley had as weekend guests Mrs clean $1495 You 100-Oclane Performance in all 3
1H 'o:. i Charles Pelote of Atlantic Beach
good tires, good mechanical condi-
COLORED PATIENTS I and Mrs Clifford Payne of Jack- tion

Admitted: Marguerite Hubbard Bonville.Mr" l. OTHER TRUCKS TO CHOOSE Driving Stages

Raymond Lee Jonas Ralph Mc- A M Leslie of- Pi etta. is FROM: .
JOSEPH L. PINSON DanieK- Dismissed: Marguerite
ill at the local hospital. He entered
as Special Agent in Madison, Fla. Hubbard, Ralph 3t Daniels. Wednesday morning. CANTEY MOTOR CO.
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Power-primed with rocket fuel
lid East Rutledge St. Madison, Fla. The Brownie Scout Troup attendedthe The NFJC Philosophy class Mrs MADISON, FLA. Gasoline Is over 100-octan You
John teacher, attendedthe
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Presbyterian churdr services : as a dick in weather and
Associated with L C TALLY. SundaY__n_ morniner. Their_u,,_ leaders u,_ are_ lecture on Communism in Asia warms '. any
: up smooth and sweet. No
Mrs Leila.M Gibson and,Mrs JackL Monday night at FSU, given by ,
Manager, Florida.Jacksonville Agency' Jacksonville 1 Wells. Justice William 0 Douglas.Mr CHERRY LAKE NEWS skipping.
and Mrs B J Randell of M
ORAL ROBERTS MEETINGOral '"Mrs Don Taylor and SODS Spencer Oanvater, Mrs W D LeVeille of 50th WEDDING ANIVERSARYMr 12/WO pounds thrust at the
and Brian have returned home I .DcLand and Mrs Peter 0 Knight Jr and Mrs 'E B Currie are cele- No need for fancy-priced+
Roberts will conduct an from a three- weeks' visit in Ft.I I of Tampa came Monday for a brating their '50th Wedding Anni- 2ACCELEP..ATlOS: _

evangelistic meeting,at the North Myers with her parents Mr and several days' visit with Mr and versary. They will be their you get lightning getaway
'.Florida Fair Grounds at Tallahassee Mrs C M ,Montgomery* Mrs James Hardee and Mr and- Cherry Lake home at resen-e; pater. for smoother, safer driving.
March 22nd to
April 17th to'26th. -x- Mrs R C Dickinson Mrs Peter O
Mr and Mrs Sam Winters, have Knight HI and baby daughter of their friends and relatives. MILEAGE
returned to their Cherry Lake home New Orleans who had been visiting HYMN SING Those extra octanes mean extra
Miss Frances Stewart of FSU after .spending several months.In Mrs Knight Jr In Tampa accompanied Over 40 attended the Associational economy too more miles in every thrifty
was a guest at the Oliver-Morrison Ft- Lauderdale with Mrs Stella her here en route home. Hymn at Cherry Lake Baptist 3 gallon.Power.- And there's'') increase in price! New

wedding Sunday. Robinson. __ > Charlie Dewey is a patient at the Omreh last Sunday.* is ready *& you now at your Sinclair

local hospital. He entered Wednes-. Rev J R Collins was acting Dealer's.
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;j ,/ :"X Pianist
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.: ; : 3 '. ; .... ., : .. ;:. '- i: '. ';.' Jf 'ternoon."Mr- Jean Franklin, duet; Mrs H Weaver
_.: ::" : and Mr Henry Shacklefordand and Mrs B Milnerdiet. ; and Rev
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f;' : ..- ,: _, ,. : relatives here week end.
. during the Civic Club auction Sat Mar 21st
,, S; A' nationally; known dust or poison spray product. /ii-f-." Mrs Jeanette Martin of ..Jackson- 9 am. '.

..::. -' 't !4 > : .: vine is visiting her grandmother,.1 71s P. JOHNSON #' Yd

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&XI.Il..ct. :: M/Sgt Mrs H D Oxford left Wednesdayfor : 'I' ,
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i.:: plane Itarsday for the Morrison. S MABKETER .
y Greenville C, Baled .by the SINCLAIR. RETIMING OXHU
(: Fasco Distributors Madison, Fla. Qliver wedding. ,' .-. .. _
i ._ Illness of her brother-in-law. Be '3-227T
'tt' -,. \ : I Don't. forget church services at C 0 Bates, who ,suffered a .beajl .' -- MADISON; FLA.
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'''Roman officer who had to crucify1' "!. :" \

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shocked by the wholt.t.11a.mc' 1 Yt i Y .

seldom if ever seen a crucifixion.\
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.foUr gospels each telling about the*.

[crucifixion of Jesus not one'6tvest
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.crucifixion itself. Such detail were,
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gospels in those days had seen such ,.
;things and did not need to be re- 1
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morning; the one on which Jesus, .... ,
:died had very likely been used be-, "I ., ;La. "
fore and would be used again.Theydo

not nowadays make the electric jd t : ( i
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No, the extraordinary thing wasp
not the cross, as ugly an instrument -, .
of torture as ever seared the, ., ; t: 4'r. :.:;. .
I eye of man. What the gospels take

more pains in describing was what I
:happened on.the cross. No two of '
.the gospels tell precisely the same \ ;

t story, though they do not,contra-} -" ,
diet one another. Luke's story has t '
been selected for this week's study,' ::- ;..
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story highlights. First U that an ALL- FOR THE CHURCH % t -. c. .
innocent man hung on that central,... i The Church tithe greatest futoon earth for

\cross.bandits That only he brings died between out morn tD' the building of character and good citizenship. Sunday special day for .Sheila. She likes to go to church. .'

strongly his own innocence. 1, "-j to It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without A -. ." ;r : -I'r .
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.furthermore, it is extraordtsary strong Church,neither democracy civilization- : likes .
For one thing, the church is beautiful Sheila to look : at ; -
t I that this Jesus made no complaints can survive. There are four sound reasons why t .... .
(About having been "framed" as I colored windows. She likes .
the soft the
every person should'attecd services regularly and light filtering through glass
:many an innocent man in his place
would have done. Jesus' mind was support the Church. They are (I) For his '
.. the delicate scent ofthe beautiful flowers, and the majestic tones of. '
filled with the thoughts of others. own sake. (2) For his children's sake (3) For

gather than himself. The reader the sake of his community and nation. (4) For ., .the, r organ.. She likes to sing, too, and she knows several hymns "all r'
will find it revealing to read these I
the sake of the which needs his
Church itself
,stories of Christ's death carefully. "' the' way' through' even without the hymnal to guide her.
moral and material t support. Plan! to go to .; i i '
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church regularly and read Bible daily. *

otherwise If you, did you might not already think that know as ... your : She particularly likes 'this sea an because she knows that Palm, _

stuns went on, people who adored Day Book'C apter Verses r .. .
Jesus would prefer to forget that Sunday Luke.It. 28.44" 'Sunday is a time for special rejoicing in the Church '

bitter of his life the
ending on
Monday John ,18 1.14
cross. Quite the contrary; Chris Tuesday John -s 18 15-1 4; .- Sheila her have
feels the she does because parents taught
tuna have always gone to some Wednesday John 18 '. 28-40 way. "

we trouble observe to remember Communion it. Every we time are : Friday Thursday John John ., 19 19 11-30 1-16 her that going to church is.a privilege and a joy. Is Sunday just another ,

the Lord's death. The Saturday John 19 31-4,
proclaiming
communion table in many a church day for your child or i* its: it is. fpr Sheila-a special dayt, .

has carved around it the words "In

Remember&nce of Me., But What .': -: i -.
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holds the church's mind and heartis : a CopyTifht"5'.Kitmt Mr.SMTJC,Sttmtbvrg tf*.., I
not merely the historical fact :

that a certain,teacher named Jesus '
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charges The church believes that -: : ;&.i _

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and in our place; that'the self-giv Establishments: .
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At tfci Cross .

But there are two ways of believing The Rexall Store: ,- J. J. Sale, Jr., Owner .- Madison .Florida: ,
this. One is the belief of
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ENTERPRISE-RECORDER including our own very foolish' other- grain-mill products, Mr and Mrs J R Newsome had glad to learn Mr Spooner is doing

Civil War could have been bakery -products, and, sugar.Fumice ; as weekend guests ',their soninlawand nicely following a recent majoc I
.
1 daughter Mr and Mrs Steve
MADISON. FLORIDA prevented if the interested operation.AToj.tgiqAUjt .
potash, clay and oil Spooner of Warmaclc, Ga.Friends are-
Telephone HU 3-6361 Ill S. E. SHELBY, ST.
parties would only have reasoned are among the minerals foundin
Published Weekly. Subscription $3.50 Per Year in Advance. ., .. .. .
together and counted the the state. Nebraska. is the '

Advertising Rates Made Known on Application. cost before plunging into the only state in the Union with asinglehou'se : Jf !Ytr: lF&tQ rllPdrJfA(f : '

conflict. But in those cases too, Legislature. Next
Entered at the Madison Post Office AS second-class mauerJame.
there was obstinacy, standingon week, Nevada. .
A eOW .pl6URKN0UiSLCNti'ttCM ;
29, 1908 under
Act of March 8, 1879. .
one's'rights, unwillingnessto /; / [ Our business is. designed -

OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT JR. '. appreciate ',the other side c.o.a

AND ASSOCIATES of the matters dispute. Teacher Interns to insure your

MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 /' The following FSU students are of a neat complete
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 doing Intern work in the Madison
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 A One4lonseLegis1ahre Schools from March 23 to May. 18: line of Auto Parts and
Mary D ,Kent, 6th grade. I
T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher Lois McNulty, 1st grade. convenient service.Don't .
I Mildred Afanand, Social Studies.
T. C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor
Nancy O Jacobs Business.
Nebraska of the north. have
One I delay -
MRS. A. W. VANN City Editor
central states, is about a third PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN MEET
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I ORID 4 jections were brushed aside I larger in area than Florida but your repairman come
Presbyterian women of the church
when vote time arrived. Senator has a population only about a
.
.411CnVf met Monday in the educational in t oda .
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Holland voted for the new third as great. Its climate is building. Mrs W Gx Sheldon and t Ab

state, and Senator Smathers dry, with severe winters and Mrs W T Hollingsworth reportedon
o ay the recent district meeting and
Florida's
against it. Five of Chief
warm summers.
C 19594l very Mrs T L Fraleigh reported jm the
!ON Representatives voted ,for it, crops are corn, winter wheat, : World Missions -season and'- 'offer
and three: Reps. Haley, oats, barley, rye, alfalfa, potatoes ing received. Mrs J M Gammon

Matthews and Sikes, against it. and sugar beets, and its.manufact'uring stressed the objective the work of in the Brazil birthday whichis

High Water Again The new state will be one of industries are offering this year. Mrs T C Merchant AUTO PARTS Inc.
the smallest, though not the based principally on agricul Jr presided. ,
Away back in the summer smallest in either category, of ture. The chief industry is Mrs Beasley Cole and membersof '_ 'A. f .:ir.uI_ (' ,!< Circle No. 3 were in chargeof .MA ij'NE! ;5)f pi! .RY1 E.I
of 1928, when we had high the states both in area end in meat packing and other important the '
program on Evangelismwith JCjNE 511 AD S N tt .JiI O ; >> Lf; f.i22i
water, people 'Coming to town population. Sugar cane is the industries Include Mrs Jack Wade and Mrs -
from the northern part of the main crop of the* islands, and creamery butter, flour and Ii Ijarry Drake presenting a. dialogue. I LIVE OAK. FLA., PH. FO 2-2329QUmiAN, GA., Pit 4401
Mrs Ed Smith was a Visitor
county kept saying that they pineapples. come second. A -- ----- -
believed the Withlacoochee great celebration was held on

nver would go higher than it the islands when it, became i'' t l1fattioncf9uaranteeb( t.i

did in the Radical Fresh. What known that Congress had ,

they meant by the Radical passed the statehood bill. We .. .,,,

Fresh was a peHod! of high predict a great ;future for it. ".i .. #:'., :\.- < OR YOUR MONEY BACK I .
water back in the 70's when k ; <.. 's .' ':,. '_. -- -
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called Radicals ,then,', though Not Just Obstinate .. \ iL. ,; .

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reversed) were in control of radio .and television lk this :., \ '+, i' ,:; -. L' .
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the state gover ment. Ais"matter a Monday nigbtnsfthe, highly .-#!, ;- ; t' T'. : ,. ,. f "" !o' 'If''''- .&,...... ..-". "
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of fact;" the river did explosive Berlin .situation. and -.; 11II15 YOW 69AEA&1IS

go higher in 1928 than in_the this Thursday"Prime Minister #,i --

Radical Fresh, and in 1948 the Macmillan comes to Washington -_ To any residential customer of Florida p owtt-Cor ,

Suwannee (and probably also for talks with the presidenton "' F R YOU. ,,:. ,1 poralion who buys and, installs a.atxl240-volt' *
Coochee went little bit I ,
the ) a the same pressing question.We .
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higher than it did in 1928. do not know of course, 'H.GYI EASY/ WI electric dryer between February 1 and March

'- Now, with another two and what the President will tonight and
say p 3L 1959, notifies us within thirty (30) days
three-quarters inches of rain- .
however, advance indi '
fall and ; <3$ r 4ie.of installation that he is completely
added Saturday night cations are that he will not i

Sunday and raining right on present much that is new. Our 'i IfIIIIIeJ with the dryer and: does not want to keep 11G
,' here Monday morning, and the
country's declared, position has it. me will on receipt of tide release of the dyer
rivers out of their banks
again been that we will stand firm r. t
we'may be heading for" another rrange to have it removed and the:purchase price
{. on Berlin, and the calculated: .
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high water period. .CLOTHES D \
build-up has been to maintainthat I np.ded..I. "

position, even though war, CAN BEff.

One Pecan Tree LeafingWihter and nuclear war at that, should ,

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result. Doubtless there is in '1 :

which officially ends many people's minds .the
early this Saturdamoming, \
of'l\funich-aft which
memory r
is taking a rather big crackat Chamberlainpredicted
Prime Minister
the country before it goes : ; ..
peace in our-"tim<
out. Heavy snows, high winds ,
but which shortly was followed 4iT1It; .
and tornadoes were prevalentover .
r by war any way. Even so, we i -
the week end, causing at .
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simply cannot be just obstinate :.
least four deaths and stalling "
and, let bad go to worse
j three, passenger trains. Even 21 i I Ir
and worse eventuate into des- "
here, where spring comes early, _
truction without doing every- :i J;' a.
its advent has been delayedby ..
thing honorable in our powerto .' ..\, ,. "
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cold and wet weather, although ,
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prevent any catastrophe. ,
'. we did see one pecan
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tree (these trees being among .-., -
others have that hope'that too -
.' the last to put out) beginningto Macmil-- ( '::. .: :
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open its new foliage"a few .
the ; ,
:lan's visit here: will help '
days ago, and the dogwoods '
" now are about in full bloom. !cause of peace. He is closer to ;/1' i ,:
the immediate scene of' the .
f conflagration if ii should develop ." '

. Another New State than are we, and it may :- .. .f, :- '
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well) be that he can: see'things )). ..... '. ..* ,
ia .Another new state was born clearer than some of our men t "I '" Don't take our -word for if Just- buy an electric dryer end 'see'" .: .
last week. Well, it isn't a state w 1
but it almost in authority in government! : .: .', for yourself how it is clothes If: not ,
yet, certainlywill 0-. .4. ;: easy to dry electrically. you're ;

ratification be, after and the declarationare necessary Hope: So LoiiiAsDiscussion : i : i, t.: .: completely satisfied, -we'll refund the entire purchase price of i

accomplished. Both U S fi', -; .-' <**- the dryer! .; '.' ,

Senate and House of Repre- .; ...,.. .. ., .. "
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sentatives voted overwhelmingly We should favor any kind of :.:' r.-/" f4 .l- Yes, for the easiest, washday ever see your electric appliance;_ -' :'

to admit Hawaii to the conference: foreign ministers'', ; dealer NOW. Remember satisfaction's guaranteed with an': I
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There was fairly considerable! Electric Clothes'Dryer. ... --*, :
to hostilities; for so long as \: : l
opposition to creation of ,the the matter is being discussed, .' : < .f, i

new stAte, partly due to its there is some hope that'an 'J :" '

detached position (there are agreement can be attained. -,1 ..... "
more than two thousand miles The Cyprus situation seemed

; of water between Honolulu and for years ,almost, unsolvable, t < ; WE CO'-RPORA I N ,

San Francisco, ) from the other but it now appears'well on the 1 ,PRJ."lJ.PJJ ,

states and portly, or largely, solution. And ., :: .. .,. .. UT -
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way to manyof -. ,: ",, iIIi ",,"'; ;. c. ., r.V % ? --" '# :
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), MAKE ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM S.A.L. R. R. CROSSING MENACES 18 BUSESPicturedabove

'i is the Seaboard Railroad crossing: on South First

... I -- Strtet 'ever which 18 school buses heavily loaded with
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ft t. .r: ::rI' '..,' ', David Joseph of Madison made children pass each school day. If you have crossed the
he Class A all-tournament teamin railroad at this point, you know how dangerous it is.
,j J ._ the basket ball tournament in have to be almost on the track to see whether a

Gainesville last week-end, and is coming. A sharp curve between the crossing
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4 Class B all-tournament team. nce According to an article printed elsewhere in

Daytona Beach Seabreeze which thte paper, ,EIGHTEEN BUSES cross these tracks daily.
from The sailboat, / ( knocked off Madison in the first Inr five-day week, that makes 90 crossings. During a '

; ay? 1 round of the tournament, went on school year of 180 days, school buses cross the S.A.L., ,

and the covered wogon to win the Class A'' championship tracks THREE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED FORTY '
by squeezing out
Saturday night
times. "
((3,240)
fo the moon rocket, Pompano Beach 75 to 73.
x? fr There are a number of things which need to be done in

1 has constantly/ this instance, but one of the first is for the S. A. L. to
progress Mr and Mrs Frank Barnwell en- "
l route to their home in Blairstown put a blinker light at this crossing, the same as on South ,

4-!" '' occercrfe/ until!Odor N J, from a two weeks' visit in Range Streejt. Roadguards and some form of highway ,

Venice, Fla. spent Monday and discipline for the children are other items for consideration. -
.. Tuesday here Mating their sister, .
we move forward at unprecedented E -R- Photo
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-'. LAUNDERETTEhas ;. IN SHELL HOMES! : :

COME PLAY AT THE "
:HAVE YOUEEMEMBEiED added home-service pickup and

delivery .
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BILLIARD PALOR Wash .and, dry, NO IRONING. home small increase
.* wiring, bathroom fixtures, etc. with your at a
Damp 'dry,p',tC. A..Full J- in monthly payments BUT fail to tell you that the month.
BUTCH jsine ly notes are for an additional year or longer. Compare before ; '.>
FAVORS Mgr. dry :
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you buy-these that 40 J t I
If ;'You" bring in and pick up 6c
home.
Located at the. former. Madison and 7c3b.. f :

Jewelers Building MINIMUM:CHARGES:,

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BROTHER DIES .IN LAKE CITY

E-R from Newsboys. '- -
s Olin J Catledge 58, died in a
Mr and Mrs William H McChes-
Please DO NOT park in the hospital at Lake City Sunday night
ney entertained the Oliver-Morri '
street and make your newsboy run and funeral services and interment
son bridal party Saturday night at
out into the street to make a sale. were held' in Lake City Tuesday
their home with buffet dinner
a
Kindly pull over to the curb. afternoon.
Our newsboys have instructionsto following the rehearsal at Pine 'MiCatl is survived by his .
STAY OUT of the and Grove church. Eighteen gusts in- ,
streets throe
wife, three sons? daughters,
we will appreciate your co-cperat- cluded the_ families, "weeding attendants and *eight grandchildren, also by -. .
ing with us AND THEM ffcr Rev and Mrs James T
two brothers and five sisters, W W"
THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very Barber
and Miss Marjorie Barber,
much. Catledge of this city and Homer
and HOLIDAYHOLIDAY
out-of-town
guests.
Catledge of Perry are the brothers

Melvin Hall, of the US Army, The bride's table in the dining and Mrs Jim Garbett of Madisonis -Picture this well constructed home on your lot or
spent last Wednesday with 1m room was in white with the ,center the .*., .
MrsV -, one of sisters. '": farmland! Three big bedrooms, plenty of living. room space for .
If
grandparents, Mr and
arrangements of iris and bridal fall,, your' furniture, separate dining room, bath,. kitchen even
Hall ?
at Lee. He was enroute to .oi' t
wreath in a mill) ,glass epergne. Mr and Mrs Lester Greenfield f; All materials "
spend a furlough with his parents The turkeymenu was served at a porch are custom cut right on your lot byskilled t' _
Mr and Mrs Melvin Hall, at Ft were guests of ;Mrs. Greenfield'sparents 55 workmen. You pry just $56.40 monthly for five years 'c:'tJ.
the buffet. Mr and Mrs Hyem Kramer 'f'
Lauderdale before going to over-sea or cash price 95. !.'
duty He was accompanied, by Otto White chrysanthemums and lavender i Friday. ._ .

Flex of Pennsylvania.: Jbe 1iVing azaleas room.were used to decorate. -., !i Mr and Mrs-x W-T. Hay and; : : !visit display office today It '< :'
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BIDS Mrs Ed Scanlan assisted the :daughters, 'Rosalind and Martha: of e.
Albany, Ga, were week end, guests .
NOHCEJOR hosts with serving. 1 TOO CAM COME CAU'COUCCT O* WIH1 UOHT NOW ..
of Mrs T F Hay., '

The Board of Public Instruction -,;... ..' -
will receive sealed, bids for the DIES IN- VALDOSTA1- .HOSPITAL" GOOD OUTSIDE WHITE ..... .. .' In }Madison contact Joe z Fufford, 'Joe's Gift Shop, Phone ATlas 3-2623, i
sale of Blocks 17. 18. and 19 in '; ,' .. North of Madison on Highway 301_ ,
the Florid, Wednesday -' T ...:.. ,-
Town of Sirmans,
-- PAM gal $2.79 .. -?" Valdosta Ca. On U S 29. one block north, of the City Limits.
April 1, 1959. The land '
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and building thereon will be offered. Fred C Byrd 50. of Jasper died .' .M' Can Collect: Cllerry 2-0391 or write: P. O.. Box 1203. V daeta. Ga. .. ..."
Bid forms for this property are last Friday in the hospital in Valdosta famous Lowe Bros. 'Welcote Vinyl ><
available at the office of the County and was laid to rest Sunday latex paint in colors, $3.99) gaL : '
i.: ;: IF ITS A QUALITY HOME ITS A JIM WALTER HOME!
Courthouse
in the
Superintendent afternoon in Evergreen' cemeteryin Discontinued colorsin Lowe Bros.
in Madison,. 'Florida. A Greenville.Mr and Super Kern-Tone 2 for 1. .

cashier's must amount accompany of or 2 certified% all of bids.the check The'base in Board the bid 'Mrs :Irene Byrd is IByid survived, 'of ,'Jasper by his ;wife his ,::HowerlH y Supply:; M:, l FIS.r JIM. WALT-ER CIRII !':- .. 'a '

reserves the right to, reject any I parents, Mr and :Mrs Robert Byrd. : f. .' .tr
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W!.. exterminate:' Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and F

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CIVIL DEFENSE AND LIBRARY :' R L
For Sale j-
DISCUSSED AT CLUB MEETING -
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W II Wehunt, Director, Leon k
Second hand heavy-duty
County Civil Defense, and William .J ,
restaurant equipment:
Jacobs, both of Tallahassee, spoke ranges
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and fat .
Tuesday evening at the Greenville deep fryers. """w. "'" tti.:: a'' '"

what Woman's would Club happen portraying to Tallahasseein vividly W C Copeland Jr.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD Two families which recently moved to Madison to be
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON connected with a new industry, Precisionware, Inc., of w -
case of a synchronized Attack COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHAN- which Madison is justly proud, are the Phil Curcuru and
by another country. CERY. Charlie Lynn families. .
They also listed reasons why Birthday Party IN THE MATTER OF THE
On the left are MR AND MRS PHIL CURCURU
ADOPTION daughter NEED YOUR WATCH REPAIRED
Tallahassee would be one of the OF DONNA. BEJ.LEIIALL
targets and told what methods Cindy Gibson, daugther of Mr a Minor: FRANCES, AND SONS CHARLES and NUNZIO. MRSCURCURU'S SEE KELLY WATCHMAKERAll

another country could use. and Mrs Julian Gibson, celebratedher ADOPTIONNOTICE mother., MRS SARAH. PULIZOTTO, com- Repair Woijk Guaranteed
They stated that evacuation plans seventh birthday with a BY PUBLICATION OF pletes the family.
'. for Leon County, and Tallahasseein party Friday afternoon at her PETITION FOR ADOPTION' In the LYNN family group are MR AND MRS CHARLIE GOOD USED WATCHESNew

particular, are well under way, home. Guests were the children of TO: MRS. BETTY JO BARROW LYNN, TOBY RUTH 4tt, and LORI, 7 months. watches and bands fur that
and. that each community in Madi&ofi her section of the 1st trade, ROUTE 1,ANDALUSIA,ALABAMAYou Madison welcomes these new families and looks forwardto appreciated gift
,Madison Elementary school. Easter are hereby notified that a
here
many more coming as our industrial revolution
will have to take '
County care
i novelties were the favors and the Petition has been filed in the above KELL S REPAIR SHOP
of the evacuees in case of attack progresses. (Exclusive E-R Photos).
; I seasonal motif was used in the styled court by Sam Booth and ,MADISON
so mat it is necessary for Civil cakes and candies served with Tisha Belle Booth, his wife, for the' CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY ON
Defense plans to be made here. A ice cream. The lovely birthday cake adoption of DONNA BELLE HALL I' CAMPING PARTY Mohawk Tires I .
Civil Defense organization would was topped with seven pink ai minor by said petitioners and you Tim Sanders -
son of Mr and Mrs HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. .;-. .. ::;:) ;<< -
make each family's work lighter candles and was decorated' with a are required to serve a copy of your E P Sanders Jr, celebrated his .1' _''1'"r! ,.. .vuw. '\ J"" !' '"i );JW

and there would be much less likelihood bunny and nest of eggs. Cindy received answer or objections to show cause eighth birthday Friday night and
many lovely gilts.Mr why the petition should not be S S
of panic''in time of emer Saturday on a camping party on
gency. '."f .. and Mrs Gibson were assist- granted, on the Attorneys for Petitioners the Suwannee River. Enjoying the '
ed in entertaining the' little W T Dais and FrankA E M.Y
Mrs Ruth J.4anh.allIi Library guests occasion with him were bis cousins,
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by Mrs Bob Browning'Mrs B W Graham. Jr Madison, Florida, Randy Mickler and Rkhard Bakerof .
Consultant and Mrs H Kramer oi
/ and file the original in.the. office!
Brinson
*' '' and Miss Marjbrie Barber. Madison, Rusty and Sam
Madison spoke in behalf of"the AWe of the Clerk 'of' the Circuit Court,; Mkkler of Jasper his brother Ted Pine Timber-..Pdpw r-
Regional Libraries. Mrs '&arshaU are, now open all day :Madison, Florida, on or before Sanders and his father. The boys }!
explained the benefits of tee ThursdaY and closest 1 March 30, 1959. I .. '
\; p. m. enjoyed fishing and cooking their ': '
Library:,..Sejyife... ,)23e r
Regional Libraries ana SUPPLY:,COI Confesso will be entered againstyou. birthday celebration was ..1.-a..,..S.UY. PH. 3<6fl ?dAD_ISAN,"FLA.. i
has been ,: ; : .
this climaxed
atated that, count 1 : with a family party
invited to join wjtn counties .; .. TIMBER PURCHASED i BULK OR SELECTIVELY
otAer \.. WITNESS my hand and the seal Tuesday night at his home. There .
so tnat it will te'financially able BIRTHDAY PARTY beautiful -- .
cake- '
was a birthday "
x. of said in Madison Florida, CUT --: ..'
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to participate. She said that the.Greenville -.- :. ; decorated with an Easter bunny
Library would have the "Charles Goody son ..:of Mr and this February 24, 1959. : and lots of gifts for Tim FORESTRY CONSULTANTS-TIMBERj MARKETING

benefit of many more books of firs Albert! Coody_was honored DALE M. LESLIE i v PROPERTIES .r.
audio-visual nuns.' 'jot : Discussion with. ; an enjoyable*,apart -.on his As Clerk of the said-CircWt Court ADS.In this size" type. begin. tat loW '

pups and story hours .lot more ninth .birthday i anniversary Friday (SEALS .,\ ; "(. i as $1.00. ,

days per week than is possible' evening at Ms* boa Thirty young r .

A j friends were entertained with a .
Hinder the present plan. question ; : .'
and answer period followed when weiner roast and a hayride: to >; -,' ; : n:- .L* "
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Mrs Marshall and Mrs Kramer Lake Raehel .The attractive two-- : *.. i *' a *1.\? V : **-'. ._ 6 .

gave more information. tiered 'birthday cake was topped 11 M :-*' .,., .'_ .". : :"... i! .. The lmpalo.J..boorSedG.--
with p.--'i'-r-ife *
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Refreshments were served by the a replica wagon .and ,.. .* >- Jte ; ; ,,",r:. Gfuh stopir rids ; practical ttantlChevy's
team in which the guests rode i 2 /" .
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following hostesses: Mrs John A I
during the hayride. Cold drinks J" .
Mrs John'Lauef, Mrs J wieners ice cream and cake were 7 : 4"'U' ,
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Frohock. .
Snypes and Mrs Frankie served. Favors were bandanas. Mrs "6F .
T C Coody and Mrs LaMoyne \ \ \ 1: :

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Coody in entertaining. Charles received p
D. many gifts. \ :. .
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REGISTERED SURVEYOR Second hand heavy-duty '
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finish to its HANDSOME WHEELS 'V 2.
From its lustrous new 1 MIRROR FINISH
is COOL BIGGER BRAKES.: tw&
roomier interior Chevy as logical @It( NEEDS NO WAXING OR
best looker AIr slots help assure safer,
as it is lovely It's 59'i *8fr POLISHING FOR UP TO
r for.the best reasons! stops time after time." THREE YEARS.


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REAR DECK -' "i.-0 4 FRONT AIR SCOOPS 5. ROOMIER
1rs ,;.' 3. HOLDS MORE -afilll,; HELP ENGINE COOLING. FISHER ...
air : -Those stylish openings above BODY-wider -
THB MEANS NEJO.Yftt&50OOOO wCGAGE.Fiveeubic '. -
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Iii CASII n4CoME YEARLY ... feet more space.. ::.,_,_....m..' ,_ ..__ ,...:, the grille bring in more air. than many costly cars.6v .
WA lI FOR THE SOUTHS ECONOMY ,
R33M WOOD SALES*771 PER .. ... I
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t l 40PE: DPEVEBYHOURUiaZ40$R NiUR OF IYERY EVEQYQ4Y /- e. :;. .' S. .. VAST vismrLmr.NEW A1i'M' "7. I' SANODfZED ALUMINUM trim TRIM.helps .

{ DAY OP THE YEAR 1 ':' -: .' find Safety INDIVIDUALLY HOODED IN- keep that showroom look. ; .
: .. the Wauound. STRUUENTS. REDUCE CIABE.I -
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JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB dried flowers arrangement and
MADISON GIRLS WIN I BETTY JEAN DEU-S 30PHYLUS '
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O'STEEN 32 I illustrated her talk with several
TOURNAMENT'r i Sc popular they must be repeated!
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JACKEY SULLIVAN 22 artistic arrangements of dried and
Woman's Club met
The Junior
The Madison High School girls LINDA MYRNA FAYE HICKS O'STEEN 52 14 SUNDAY SPECIALS! Monday evening in the Club House treated foliage.

won the invitational basketball 40 with eighteen members. Mrs Betty
FOLSOM
LINDA
tournament in Greenville last KAY WALKER 24 Chicken Dinner $1.00 Williams and Mrs Jackie Williams TJrakes Refined

Friday night, nosing out a storng were hostesses and served a re-
Mayo.team 73 to 71 in an overtime COLORS: Red and White SIRLOIN TIP ROAST BEEF freshment Course, after the program McWILilAMS GARAGE

contest. In the preliminary games COACH: Louan' Rathke $1.25 Mrs SIt.Moore 'gave a talk x>n .
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Thursday night Madison had defeated Including Salad, Drink "
Greenville and Mayo had defeated and 3 Vegetables
Greenville,Pirates

Players Jasper.and cheerleaders of the' Player No. HANCOCK HOTEL

teams are as follows: B. G.
At the Times Square Cornerof
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DOT BARCLAY 81 11
Red-Devils: .
Madison S dison
Jo ANN BARCLAY 77 77 .. .,. ;.:.' ,:,
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Player No. FAYE BISHOP 74 66 :<;;: ...
CAROLYN DAVIS 89 22 d. ;: -
ANN BELL -Cap*. \ 29 i ._ .y, .
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PENNY MUGGE .71 ; : .tr1 Y JUNIOR WOMEN ATTEND.
LAVERNE BROWN 31 SARAH ANNBARCLAY a TARGETS FORTOMORROW.

TEENA BUNKER 43 73 53 '..-0.:,..._,.L.._.,...;."'.... "........ -. .'.-m.:_..._...._..._,_.. SEWING CONTEST ..

NELL NORFLEET 24 VONNE HAMRICKCapt. Mrs Robert Lay, Mrs Bill Selph, .

PFGGY REGISTER 27 70 33 ,Parker-Morrison Mrs Lamar Roy, and )Irs'Wayne ; ,I
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BECKY DAVIS 21 JUANITA DAY Weger attended the sewing contest t
Co-Capt. JENNIE TILLIS 76 66 Science sets its sights on the
in Tallahassee Monday, sponsoredby
HELEN UTTLETON 33 Engagement
78 00
ROSE LEE MACON
: moon, purposefully plops, pert -
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BILLIE WEST 40 MARLEEN ROEN... -
BECK g39 9 Women's clubs and Vogue Patterns.. __,_ sUtentfy works to achieve its >
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HELEN HUTTO ,
Mrs A E Parker of Quitman
CARMEN BUCKHALT 45 MURLE BLANTON 86 88 Mrs Roy was a contestant and l obpctiv Each of us laos Ms
Georgia, announces the engagement ,
COLORS: Red and White COLORS: Black and Gold 'of her daughter Dorothy Jean,, modeled the dress she made foihe own personal goal in life,which
to Marcus Donald Morrison of local contest in which she was I
COACH: Janice Brown. COACH Ann son be reached much
: DunningCheerleaders con only by
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t.-. Mrs Hoyt Morrison Wainwright of awarded first honors. ,

.. '".-;' .L Madison, and the late .Thomas, Mrs Kathleen Rich, of Tallahassee 1 the some kind of forsightedpfenning
Charles Morrison. was judged top winner Mondayin and sustained effort.A
Jasper Bulldogs .' Miss Parker is a gradcate of the district contest.
Dixie well conceived 091001 of sy -
Player No. High School, Dixie Ga ands An art exhibit and social how
currently employed with 'the Van
Madison ," planned by the hostess-club4>rougn1he t tetMrtic saving, faithfully followed
JOAN !MANNING 10 3-Tnest Co., at Quitman.Mr .
GAIL JOHNS.. 13 JOAN SALE CoCapLSlSSr.W Morrison is a graduate of charming program to a close, H MuoHy wenllal M.-

B. 'McLAUSHCTN -' .:,rra::U DE Co-Capt Madison High School and Jones _4111 tMtt3N.mj .
NANCY SMITHCONNiE
business College Jacksonville, ands '
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JONNIE 24 Sale-
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DAViS : PEPERA
noj5 employed by the Tri-County .. .
JOYCE HOLLOMAD 15 RAY NORFLEET I Electric Co-op Inc; as bookkeeper 'yI fore 8MCI l atarife".rSfttt.' *.
PATSY HARRISON L' '*(' 15 FRANCINE MILLINOR '',;;-, '.;,._ ;. Wedding 'plansr.Vyill"bq announced. About' 12 good eecond-hanc:I _-L cIhdiM,tipen'a tarings.WOW 0

'R .LINDA ,JACKSQN l 21. CATHY FLORIDA CORNELIUS DAVIS' in the! near future, .. gas and electric ranges. Secondhand aaowa':... .

ALEXIS BIDDLE 12 table top ,/electric hoi t
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.20 GrcenviHe BANK. OFGREENVILLE
DELORISE O'CAIN : water Cheater at" give-awaj
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M. K. CHANDLER 14 BETH PICKLES JUMBOHamburgers price. .;-. e -
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JOAN CARTER 25 FRANCES BARCLAY ". 3Qc GREENVILLE

.CARLYN MILLER 12 DERESDA JOHNSTON"0-";, W C Copeland Jr.
BUNNY CRUCE FL. _
ELLEN CAMP 16 WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN..
CAROLYN DAVIS
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SARA PEARSONPHYLLIS
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Mayo. 'Hornets, .' .4'. ,'-.LEXIE LANDDWALA LAIDJACQUELINE FADGETT / LOSING WEIGH'P

Player No. McCRAY The Youth Program was thehigtight
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HERMA LOU HOOPER WILMA HALL
: Baptist Associational Meeting heldat
Capt 50 .
JUMBOhamburgers the Brewer Lake church Monday AND -
JEONNE SIMPSON 42 '
night March 9th with Horace
CAROLYN FOLSOM 20 30c
EVELYN WEAVER 10 Weaver In charge. '
VERA WEBB-Co-Capt. *4 WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN. Miss. Sandra Howard of the 'Mid 'GMNING YOUTH'SLOOK

Baptist Church
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r SS tant for the State Speakers Tourna .
ment. gave an inspiring speech on,

._ My Vocation and God.*1\fiss.Howard ,, ALTHEJCAR THATS! DDNL J ._

101M will represent the Association athe .
,tS District Speakers Tournament.

Juniors from several churches

presented an interesting Bible LOOK AT THE B/JY87UDEB4KBR

Sword Drill with Mrs H Weave
SEEM in charge

TaAOttttl1f Misses Mary Jean Franklin and --..... .....

[ Nelda Weaver sang; Speak. to Your Studebaker Dealer's door, is wide open-for you to drop in and look at the
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My Heart accompanied by' Mrs
Bob Milner pianist all. of Cherry one car specifically built to meet, the needs of the times. Three feet shorter, room lot;

Lake. .. six insid '. Easy to handle, park, turn around..:;f/- Runs marathon miles on \
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sprinkling low i
utt 1D, ATTEND GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY. And it's the only low-cost economical car in,the world that's styled with fashion"r.gbtn i ,
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MaA: .Mr and Mrs Rudy Hamrick were t>- See this pocketbook perfect beauty today. : .

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wall* ai>4'any other ertnsir.
rations were yellow flowers and .
plainly labeled on ev.ry'
candelabra holding burning yellow

I ALL.ALUMINUMSCREENS : : candles, The anniversary table was t'

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I NEVER NEED PAINT! .. .d ver tfodils'epergne and cake gladioli.was at one The'end yellow tieredanniversary of ___ ,

This popular A'LL-ALUUNUM screen will five your" the table.
home-4 modern look.,....yet your maintenance worries
will be over.Painting .. f The couple's children were hosts, L1
of frames and rusting Srire will:be a thing of 1 and the )hundreds or guests included _
the past when you replace with ALL-ALUMINUM grandchildren, great-grandchildren,
'screens. They won't rot. warp or born and they are .
lightweight You doG hare to "toby" aluminum It t nieces nephews and friends. _
needs no scraping sanding, caulking or painting for l
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protection.For the modem look on jour home, and custom-fit. Keep{ with Sin- .."
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FOR SALE: Broiler chicks 6c
each. White Van-Tres straightrun.

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Friends of Rev Edward E Snow .
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former pastor of the Madison First T k.
Methodist church received the x '
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following invitation from Allan L t

Hampton chairman of the official

board of Old Stone church at Key- -

West, of which the Rev Mr Snowis

now pastor.; Mr Snow observed

his 35th year as a Methodist .
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preacher Sunday March 15. Mr

Hampton writes: ,
"Thirty-five years is a life within .j. .

itself. Brother Snow is now closinghis :ii' { .

second year as minister of "Old ::3 WI' ,.
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Stone" church. His faithful work -
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and zeal have broght about a transformation I # : .
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these two years. Improvementshave ?
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Motor Co., Madison; Florida right I was formulated for deal Our congregations'have nearly t.
is one of 69 Chevrolet dealers attending ers who have been added to the doubled.Many improvements have ,r ,

a new type of business I Chevrolet roster within the last taken place on all church property. i ;' .

training course being pioneered by I three years. The course covers such Giving toward the budget and a i

the auto compan. lIe is welcomed subjects as management methods missionary causes has greatly in :

here to the opening of the sessionat business promotion,service,parts and creased. Under his leadership the -.....
Detroit by T'0 McLaughlin accessories, advertising and cus- Bethel property has been purchasedand 4 ;t
head of the school. Patterned after tomer relatirxis. b
is being rapidly paid for. He
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the highly successful Dealer Sons
---' -- has received over 100 new members.We .
TOR; SAS..7' Uroilc-- chicks, 6c hope you will give him a large I George Stuart I national business, Mercer said. years later he bought out the other-
each. White Van-Tres straight I THINKING congregation." r Stuart was cHosen for the award partner and in 1946 the firm Was.
: on the basis of his supporting role incorporated as George Stuart Inc.
and March
Friday Saturday,
run.
20 21. CHERRY'S FEED STORE ABOUT MORE'. FOR SALE Broiler hicks, 6c : 'Dealer Of Year'from l in the office appliance industry its By 1952 Stuart had four stores in

HU 3-6471, Lee, Florida. Y each. White Van-Tres straightrun. associations and his''home community Orlando supplying almost every
INSURANCE? Friday and Saturday :March I activities. office need from supplies and

RECEIVE LIFE MEMBERSHIPSAt 20, 21. CHERRY'S FEED STORE, ( Orlando Star) Stuart is a director of the Na- furniture to machines and luggage.In : .

HU 3-6471, Lee Florida. George L Stuart, president of tional Office Furniture Assn. and 1957 Stuart was presented a
an inspiration ceremony Monday y.e : -, George Stuart, Inc. has been selectedas chairman its upcoming convene plaque as a runner-up in the Brand
c.' at the District Meeting of the Office Equipment Dealer of the tion in Miami Beach, director of Names contest and .in 1956 he won .
Methodist WSCS life memberships fear by Office Appliances, trade the National Office Machines Deal- the Clegg Trophy for advertising.

to the local society were presentedto !-' NOTICE OF BIDS journal for the office supply and ers Assn. and past district gover- Stuart is a past president of the
three children and two adults. ., equipment industry nor of the National Stationery and Downtown Retail Merchants Assn.

Mrs A V Withers received her Walter S Lennartson editorial Office Equipment Assn. and is a member o!' the board of
from the Nencie Bevan Circle, The, Board of Commissioners
pin County .
director and Clarence
O Schlaver, Stuart, once cited as 'OrJando''Father directors. '
and Mrs Carroll Blalock from the .: : of Madison County, Florida, managing '
editor, of Office Appli of the Year Is a director .
A deacon in the First Baptist
Hndden-Morrow Circle. Mrs, J B will accept bids on 1 short wheelbase ,
ances presented Stuart with a plaque'at of the ,Central Florida OCfice..Ma-
Davis ehlld' member- twotOIdump truck chassis Church for Stuart has
presented a S' a ]luncheon preceding the regular :chines Dealers Assn. and a member many years
skip and pin to her grandson, J ;: t t with trade-in allowance on 1 1954 '
also-worked Oo provide
v ,v meeting of the Downtown Merchants. of the Florida Office Equipment properrecreation -
B Davis III and Miss Alice Sims :Ford dump truck chassis at their,
Ask and Assn&
Executives facilities
today Dealers Assn. for youth throughthe
and Mrs Howard Studstill one eacha next regular meeting which will
membership and' pin to their -- be held April 1, 1959, at 9:00. a. ,' According to Wallace Mercer, Born In Screven County, Ga., YMCA.
nieces Durlie and Agnes Suns, C. L QUICK\' ; ; 'm. For detailed specifications, president of the Downtown Merchants Stuart as a farm boy ",vas interested Stuart'swife is the former

daughters of Mr and Mrs Carl ,: contact cary F Lamb, County Road and Executives Assr., Stuartis in the workings of machines.; He Georgia Lee Vickers and they have
HU 3-6168 BOX 292 Superintendent The Board the first small dealer,to be presented started in "business in 1937 through
. reserves five children George L, 12 Jacob,
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.. the awards called the Orlando ;
Previous partnership
MADISON ,FLORIDA : the right to reject'any and award. a .
Sims.Radiator .: all bids have gone to the chief executivesof Typewriter Exchange with the 10; Charlie S, 7 and twins GeorgiaLee

Repair ADAPT-A-PLAK.' DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk manufacturing concerns with I original capital of $300. Several and Robert F, 5. .

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McWILUAMS GARAGE Tab Gulf W. agent coa ill J'O'I' Madison County, Florida. '2S2tchPrete.tea 110 OTHER PICKUP
how. with Adapt A-Pkw. your h. ,
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also prold / substantial rtii.- Ii .
So popular they must be repeated! atiOP' "
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SUNDAY SPECIALChicken to aj'x .' A '&8 FOR r

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8' the smoothest ride of
You
:Mr and Mrs C W Dotters and get
Dinner $1.00 any half-Ion pickup thanks to
family have moved to the Brothers <'
Ford's heavy-duty, two-stage
home from the home.
Coggins ./
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST BEEF '
rear springs and long, tapered
$1.25 Mrs Ruth Marshall. State Library of Medicine by M yow m Health Doctor \ leaf front springs. Scientific

Consultant, was a visitor in Madison Service ol the Florida Medical Impact-O-Craph tests prove you .
Including Salad, Drink Anociatioo and your
County last week. Tuesday Local Medical Society.YAWNING get the easiest ride! -
and 3 Vegetables evening she addressed the Green .f?Fv4 Pbluv*kr tt!Ctoiee of 3 whetlbMM. '. ,, '
IS CONTAGIOUSThe 3 body it ta.'body sun utf 5 Shod Strolls*&**...\
yule Woman's Club on eter.L -, .
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familiar to alL One person in a ( lYJ '
Wednesday morning she conferred room yawns and starts a procession !0 oo s "t ,
At the Times Square Cornerof with several community leaders on of involuntary reaction in others !
Madison the proposed plan to have Madison ending in similar Yawns. A1 59 FORD -
County join the Suwannee River Yawning may be defined as* a ..' .
regional Library deep involuntary inspiration with Big 8-ft. Sty'leside box gives yon .!
the mouth open. In fact, it is the
sound of the inspiration or breath- 70 en. ft. loadspace with the
ing in, as well as the sight of a structural strength you need for .
yawn in others, that starts the chain heavy hauls. And you've got
More tef'reshingFewer. I reaction. Yawning is often accom- the only Short Stroke Six in
panied by what is termed pandicu- '
lation derived from the Latin word pickups.today plus a new economy esa"
pandiculari, Meaning 'to stretch carburetor. Result the .
one's self.Yawning. combination '8 rn ItJIIIWI
calories greatest gas-saving
due to hanger, bas mp-arovntf rear
may kjt on the road-and it* yours at with rigid hoi '
fatigue, poor ventilation or it may corners
be done to relieve air hunger. A no extra cost! .girder type MMtoKtioa.' ':
volume of air inhaled deeply! and .
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the longs are given a treat. There -

Insist on is stimulation a feeling of following contentment a .)'awn.Na and tone- O @@m LIKE A. '.59 '.PRD. tfcrrt.......lowed.priwd 4..toal
drive pick 'tntk cab ride bo.::
genuineGOLD *
ture is this favor
doing by setting ..

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tired or bun / Another physical ''
NUGGET 1 significance of yawning is to let air 'PICKUP I
into the auditory tribes, which can r
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also be accomplished by swallowing. Now-get the efficient of
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power .
Yawning is one- of the unusual
BUTTERMilK types of breathing, different from 'Ford Short Stroke Six or V-8 ... x '
Pint,: the ordinary inspiration and ex engines delivered to' all four "
piration. Sighing is a long inspiration wheels. You can go anywhere '
where shop! : and a short expiration and
you and get there! Hills gullies k -
usually occurs to compensate for ,
; very shallow breathing. Laughing pasture mud sand, underbrusht
is a long inspiration followed by .* nothing stops a Ford 4 x 4., .
several short expirations, usually in See it operate, try it yourself! ,
a rhythmic ha-ha-ha. or perhaps -
bo-ho-ho. Crying, sneezing, eocghng -
and hiccoughing are other N MI- s-v :
types ol umrsoal breathing.,. .- fORD-WARD. lIlIS
Yawning is an innocent, simple Go -for savings
a- .. .
esblre. It has its disconcerting impact 'P
( BRUCELLOSIS AND T-B FREE CERTIFICATE! NO. 4MYonr when someone yawns during FORD TRUCKS COST LESSuMlOo- '
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Den 3 Cub Scouts supervised by Hamburger HavenJust
U live in Madison, get the best
their Den Mothers. Mrs Cleon Hiers For any capital' purposeon job, phone GLENN MOORE. HU

and Mrs Cecil Sullivan, planted one I' your farm 3-6464. 28-4-pd North of ,
hundred: fifty ornamental pines last l' Up to 5 yrs. to repay
: Tuesday on the. grounds ,at the'Recreation I FOR SALE: Broiler chicks. 6c
MONTICELLOPRODUCTION Cherry"Lake Cross Roads
Center. I each. White Van-Tres straightrun. "

CREDITASSOCIATION Friday and Saturday. March il GET AWAY FROM HOT STOVES
20. 21. CHERRY'S FEED STORE.

HU 3-6471 Lee Florida. EAT WITH US EASTEROR
i Waitress Wanted with experience. Phone HU 3-6223. Madison

W. B. Davis, Jr. Country Kitchen Madison, Fla. i BUSINESS CIRCLE
CARRY A SHORT ORDER Ta

fREA ; ESTATE BuoKEaAGE: '. 27:4tchLOSr' MR COODY WRITES Mrs Julian -Gibson entcrtamtjj A CHERRY LAKE PICNIC

ACREAGE:v FARMSBUSINESS' }:: .One red and white metal FROM MISSOURI the Presbyterian Business Woman's. -
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; 1NDUSTRUL., surveying pole. Contact 5 D Circle at her home Monday evening CASIJPVITIIPUREOIL.
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APPRAYSALSMORTGAGELLOANSABSTRACTS 29-3t-ch Excelsior Springs Mo. Mrs Donald Loper presented the
OF TITLE .March PRODUCTSShort
13. 1359 program assisted by Mrs Harry
TITLE INSURANCE LOST: Truck title in envelope for Dear Mr Merchant
S : Drake who gave a talk on Evangelism -
112 West Base Street 1950 model Ford in McDonald I I am here .
FLORIDA way up In the State Orders of All Kinds
MADISON Phone HU 3-6277 Mercantile Co name. James McKinney 1 you wrote about in the paper last I Mrs M Bunting a visitor gave

705 South Parramore St, week. I just got my paper today, the current Bible study on the ALSO CARRY OUT ORDERSA

FOR SALE: Two lavatories and Madison. 28-1 t.pd. and thought I would write you. Second Epistle of Peter.
sink. Also small office for rent. I The hostess served lemon pie good place to bring your
four white faced am up here at this fine Springs
BYRON HOTEL. 29-2t-ch LOST: Three or and coffee. friends and family.
heifers one a heavy springer) and taking treatments for arthritis.'
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford one-ton one has nub ear. Strayed in A They surely do know how to treat Young lady wanted, between 7 A. M. to 11 P. M.

truck $350. K D HITCHCOCK a you, and there are people from
Lake community.
Cherry ages 20-40, for light office Phone 8346. Cherry Lake
Rt. 3, Madison. I 27-lt-pd
Route 3, Madison Frank Davis. most every state; three from
Florida. I work For interview write P
For a limited time only we are 28-2t-ch j M Y x. .
offering ten nice 50 ft x 170 ft We had quite bit of snow last 0 Box 690, Madison, Fla. .
In a recent issue of the Bcrmudian
Pine Heights for For grinding and mix- week about
lots in Yellow your six inches.I ---- Mr and Mrs Robert L Simpson Jr
$400 each. Contact J P JOHNSON ing on your farm, call WEST rR;f fT' have been here this will make PASSES IN NASHVILLE are pictured with guests at

at Yellow Pine! Truck Stop. 28-4t-ch END MILLING COMPANY, i r, <
FOR SALE: Three bedroom modem Qditman, Ga. Call phone 4971 :Xes there is quite a stock market Matthew B Thornton Jr. 57. of Beach, Bermuda, of which Mr Simp.

house at Cherry Lake. Contact contact Mr Henry GRAND PRIZE: in Kansas Cy. I hear them talk- Nashville, Tenn died Sunday in I son is manager.
HORACE WEAVER at HU 3-2221" ;collect or ing about 35,000 cattle on one day's Nashville following a brief illness.

Madison Fla. 26-tf-ch Messer, Madison, Fla., Office with 1959-40 electric hone starter.Scott outboard 15 foot sale, and I heard one man' say he Mr Thornton was born in Madison SaddleryHOWERTON
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timberor phone HU 36144. 26-tf-ch runabout Boat trailer.THICE owned 40.000 acres of land. Quitea and spent his childhood here before SUPPLY CO.
BEFORE SELLING jour
We lot of land. They can't own that the family moved to Jackson- I' .
timber land please see me. LIVE STOCK AUCTION COMPLETE OUTBOAXD ville. ,
are" also interested in buying a SELL your cattle and bogs In our OUTFITS WlU U GIVEN AWAY, much in Florida. How to make dreams reaIi
of 'pine-hardwood Yours sincerely -----
limited amount
start'&it '
pulpwood delivered by truck to auction each Monday. Sales BONUS PRIZE S awarded once E C Coody FAMILY BIRTHDAY DINNER
1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS week during the contest .
R R cars. a
Fla., loaded on "
Foley, or -
See, write or call Monticello Fla. 3-tf-ch Second Prize: 20 pairs $23' Mr C W Barber lelebrated his .

L. P. GIBSON Irish Setter boots Work is progressing on the at- birthday with a family dinner Sun-

Rt. 3, Madison Florida NOTICE i Third HandiUte Prize electric: 20 $8.00 lanterns value*, tractive new home of Mr and Mrs day at his home. G
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 Weekly prize winners still ,. Woodson Daniels on West Pinckey Mr and Mrs J W Barber daughter.

FOR SALE: Coastal Bermuda and r eligible for grand prize.. street. Plans include three bed Norma and sons. Mack and Dale of Whatever :your dreams for the

Peavine Hay. H ILL B ERN If you have timber. for sale see, J rooms, two baths combinationlivingdining Jacksonville and Miss Martha future are college for youn

ZIPPERER, Pinetta Fla. call or write room and later the McLeod of Thomasville. Barber
27.2t-ch of on children, your own business, retirement
finishing a play-study room
W. C. SULLIVAN 'i assisted with the hospitalities.On .
the floor. Cash Reserves .
groilnd our --
TOR SALE: 50 tons of top grade Friday night guests of the
peavine hay. baled in 1958. REAL Phone HU 8-667! Mafflfon, Fla Barbers at a supper party cele- Policy can provide tha

CHEAP. Call HU 3-2246, Madison 4-2t-cb EASY TO; ENTER brating the birthdays of Mr Barber
to make them coma
money
Florida.272tch Just try a fresh-froradhe* So popular they must be repeated! and Mr J C Clyatt, were Mr and
McCulloch saw at true!
factory Mrs Mr Mrs .
Clyatt, and
FOR RENT TEl
dealer's. Fill out the .
your
I SUNDAY SPECIALS! Weatherly and Mrs H B Dinkins. i
FREE touch-typing course with JOHNW.WADSWORTHRegistered entry blank,and you're eligible Policies to suit every purpose ;
to win the grand prize and
every SMITH-CORONA portable FOR SALE: Broiler chicks 6c

typewriter at The E-R. Surveyor the second or thirdprizayYai'r.lr e.ck Chicken Dinner $100. each. Write Van-Tres straight ..Morrow Insurance
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1run. Fridaand March
a Saturday.
RENT Two-bedroom, house Wbii. lr...TrtrA ,: TIP'ROAST BEEF .
FOR I SIRLOIN
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McC.doch CSala$.
Lake, Sleeping porch! -
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at MADISON, FLORIDA $1.25 HU 3-6471, Lee Florida. Agency
IRMA
and 'oreezeway. ART or INTIR THI LUCKY CUT ,
SCHMIDT, phone Cherry 'Lake CONTEST TODAY Including Salad Drink Phone HU 3-6250
; Keep with Sin
8296. 20-tf-ch. Sheet Rock $,".95 per 1000 Contest closes April l3 j' and 3 Vegetables warm MADISON, FLORIDA

FOR RENT: Two-b (b.oom: apartment sq. ft, HOWERTON'S. clair fuel oil.J.P.JOIINSON Call
-" HANCOCK HOTEL'At 1..8'.81",1 1" '., ..," '. S
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with two baths on .
Phone MADISON HIGH SCHOOL Howerton Supply JUMBO
90. Recently remodeled. PRESENTS DIXIELAND r the Times 'Square Comer HIJ32277
HU 36648. MRS LEILA M. MINSTREL Company _of Madison Hamburgers 30c

GIBSON 6-tf-ch MMMMMV Madison, Fla I. .
WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN.
FOR RENT: Garage apt. one small :Tuesday night March 10. 'Madison rutrutMAAJt"A" I
apt. 5 room house all unfurn High School: presented Dixieland J s, ---,1U-'Tw."trJJ'"J:" ...UV1t '_--- ..

ished. MRS. J'J 'NEWMAN I Minstrel at the Auditorium to .
Phone 2523 Madison. 25-tf-ch a packed house. I. ..
Jimmy Scanlan was the inter .,; : -- '.:' ,, : : .
One 3-bedroom house for sale locator,"-and end men were Scotty -- .
in Hal Stoy Sub-division, on pavement .\Vooley, Larry McWilliams;' Glenrt '. .
near Rutherford's store. Nice Smith and Shot Walker. Jimmy .. :

bath large rooms inside city. Bunting was the Stooge. ...
Available soon. Only $7500. The* opening chores Are 'You .' ; ,
Nice lei bath country home on the for '
group
From Dixie? sung by ", \
paved road. 5 miles, out, on 28-acre was followed by a soft shoe:' tap .. ,.'.. 'p.. ', .
tract. by Jack Woodard & solo' numbersby : ,
iBROADUS '. security _
WIULOUGHBY, John Dickinson, Carmen Buck- "b _

Realtor halt, Frances Williams Larry Mc- .
Phone HU 3-6481 Williams Robbie Cruce J L Bunt "
) and Phyllis ; .
ing. Wilbur Rutherford "_T .
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SALESMEN WANTED Howard. ., ingredients
Act Two featured solo numbersby
in- Catherine and for the security provided by the
Want to make $15 to $25 a Wanda Williams. .
day We will train and finance Elizabeth Smith Coach Brown and -
fraternal
world's financially en
1 dependable man or woman, over Coach. Primm, Carmen Buckhalt. ;< strongest

21, for part or full time McNess Robbie Cruce. and Charlotte- Wood-, : I offers life protection that
fifit which
J society
Route Work. Write McNESS CO. ward ,
Box 2766, DeSoto Sta., Memphis Appearing In,the grand.finale was '
2. Tenn. 29-lt-pd. the entire 'cast: Sandra Ulmr Flori- : .r.i. .. 4 .COSTS LESS e OFFERS MORE 1'
da Davis, Teena Bunker, Nancy' :: '

HELP WANTED; Smith, Maury Blalock. Johnny .> v ..... "' .' '
WANTED AT 'OKCC; Man 'or Plant Sandy Hardee."Benjiy Hams ;. *'' r SERVES EVERYMEMBER *. .

Woman to supply Rawleigh house- IJnda' Bripson. Connie Pe \.. OF '

hold necessities to contfmers, in Fi'lincesVllliaJm, Cathy Cornelius t, .- ..
.'1> THE FAMILY ;
Madison. Full or part time.: A Wallace Dice. Sarah Taylor, Betty iw 'x1
Postal caret will bring you full Fender, Linda Harris. Elizabeth

details without obligation.' See W Tuten, Barbara men, BiUks west -. OI\ '
H CONE, R 3 Box 135. Greenville Ronald Mandziara Laverne ,Brown :
or write RAWLEIGHS Dept Elizabeth Smith
Robbie jCruce. :{ t
FAB-140-271 Memphis, Tenn. 'I Sandra Raines, Martha, Selman

2-20 3-6 20, 4-3-pd: Susan McCoye Catherine '_Smith, -:,.. J .

-Female Help Wanted Carmep Buchhalt, Allen' Beck<
Arnold, Hair,' Jania Wfcelsworth. (
AVON CALLING! Mature ladyto Mary Jo Gross and :Mary.. Kay ie '
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work four hours a' day. Can D mette. ,,. o 4 ",

earn $2.00 an hour and- more. Mrs Dale M Leslie was accompanist. ;.

Write" AVON. Box' 3103 Tallahassee Orvi Day, make-up man, ;,:. %. ..
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Fla :. -e and Mike Parrish .were" in chargeof t. ir..

lighting elfecti _, .t. WOODMENHOLD ...
.The program was,sponsored bythe '; '..; -

WANTED: Curb: girl and Alice High Brown School teacher Spanish was Club.-director.Mrs iF E INSURANCE- C I E TV


.waitress. WHITE TOP The be used funds for from an door educational receipts will trip .1" /OM- t+ HOME OFFICE; .tJOB- FARNAM STREET_ _o 2, NE iA31A t

the class will take late in the spring. .i .
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:Sheet $44.95sq. LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: GORDON SELMAN, Field Rep. Selman's Sundries Range Street

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Phone CH 2-7355

. I I'! CHERRY CHURCH LAKE METHODIST MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST BEULAU BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY- PROGRAM- SCHEDULE i : VALDOSTATcA.Keep .

CHURCH Welcomes You WMAF, I I

:A preaching service every Sunday1st REV. JACK LAMB Pastor Services Every 0 Sunday 7:30.A, M. Gospel Mualc S.PepsMol .
S. R. Sapp Chairman Board,of REV. BEN DUQUE. Pastor "
and 3rd Sundays 11:00 7:55' News
a. m.
Sunday School ___. 10:00 A. M. '
2nd and 4th Sundays 1000a.: m. -Deacons. 8:00 Baptist Hour Ja Bottling Co.PH.
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Billy Bailey BTU Director Morning Worship ,_...11:00 A. M 8:30 warm 'with Sin .
School 1st
Sunday & 3rd Gospel Music
Choir Practice ._.._._ 6:00 P. M.
Sundays 10:00 a. m. Leroy Cruce Associate Director 9:00 Revival Time 171, PERRY FLA.
Sunday School 2nd & 4th Leroy Cruce S. S. Supt. Training Union __ 6:30 P. M. 9:30 Gospel Concert
Evening Worship 730 P.M. clair fuel oiLv Call
Sundays 11:00 a. m. Bliss Merle Bass Song Leader 10:00 News For Sale
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. -
Mrs Juanita Cruce Pianist
Prayer Group' Meets 0:05 Sunday Serenade .
Mondays 9:30 Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 10:45 Prelude About 12
a. m. to Worship HU 3-2277 good secondhandgas
Homing Worship 11:00 A. M. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 p. m. 11:00 Morning Worship and electric
Training: Union 7:00 P. M CHURCHServices ranges. Secondhand -
Family Night covered dish 12:00 News
.. supper on Friday night Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. every Saturday at Mad- 12:15 .Afternoon Melodies. J.'P. JOHNSONMADISON table top electric hot

before 1st Sunday 7:30 g- m. Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. ison American' Legion Hall 1225 News \vater heater at give-away.

Brotherhood meets alternately Just as I am, without one plea.I Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies FLORIDA price
come. Regardless of your clothes, Church Service at 3 p. m.
with Rocky Springs on 1:30 Afternoon Melodies '
| 3rd Tuesday each month eondition. Whether cotton, Homespun E C WILLIS, S S Supt 1:40 Serenade Iu' Blue NOTICE W C Copeland Jr. ,
1 "at 7:30p.m. you are welcome In our HAROLD YATES, Pastor Telephone 1:55. News I OF BIDS ,
church: service. HU 3-6517.
Woman's Society of Christiani 2:00 Hour of Decision
i Service meets Thursday- Everyone Welcome! 2:30 Musical COUNTY 4-H DEMONSTRATIONDAY .
ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST Sunday The Board of County'Commis
I ter 1st Sunday monthly -
II III 2:55 News
sioners of Madison
CHURCH County Florida,
at 7:30 m. 3:00 -
p. Musical Sunday will accept bids on RC-1 and
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. .. 3:55 News Asphalt delivered RC-2 Thirty-one 4-H girls attended
to any
point in
ORVIS J STEVERSON Pastor 4:00 Hit Parade Madison County Demonstration Day'Saturday
Preaching Services1st c.te666 County at their
? FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. 4:55 News next:: regular meeting, which will at the County Agricultural Center.

f GREENVILLE, FLA. 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. 5:00 Music A* Sundown be held April 1, 1959, at 9:00 a. The following girls gave demonstrations
Sunday School. 5:30 Headlines & Weather m. The Board reserves the rightto : -

Sunday School .-__ 10:00 A. M. 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. 5:33 PROGRAMS Sign Off reject any and all bids. Dairy Foods: Florence Coody

Morning Worship _____ 11.-00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. We are now open all day CHANGE SUBJECT TO DALE M. LESLIE. ClerkBoard Wilma Jean Davis and Brenda
WITHOUT NOTICE of
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M Family Night covered dish.suPl er Thursdays and 'close at 1 p. m. County CommissionersMadison Blair.
.._ first Wednesday night every mouth County, Florida. 28-2t-ch.
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. I on Saturday. HOWERTON Food and Nutrition; Sharon
at 7:00
Prayer Meeting. Wed. 7:30 P. MANSON Woman's prompt.Society of Christ Ian SUPPLY CO. ) a LAND DEALS Waters. Mary Carol Naughton,
Daily Schedule
Program
$ METHODIST CHURCH Service meets Monday night alter. Mary Lou Parrish Norma Jean

third Sunday at 7:30. G W Harmony. Admr to AlbertO Bailej, Rebecca McLeod Lucretia

Preaching Services every First Brotherhood meets alternatelywith Revival at New Hopeful Sistrunk and wife, 420 ft x 420! Thomas Patty Dickinson Martha

and Third Sunday 11:00 A. }'lf' Cherry Lake on third Tuesdayeach WMAF 1230 ON YOUR DIAL ft and 100 ft x 180 ft in SW% of' Rowe, Melissa Lee, Susan Weger,
and 7:00 P. M. month at 7:30. 6:00 A.M. 'Sign On Bonnie Hamilton Judy Searcy and
Baptist Church NWU, Sec 21 Tp 1 N. R 7 E.
How 6:02 Fla.' Tarm Annette Martin.
Sunday School every Sunday about it? Won't you Worship Hr. Booker T
Mills
to John
Wilkins
10:30 A. M. with us? 6:25 World & State News Clothing; Dottie Denson Sarah
Family Night Saturday before P K ROWELL. S S Supt. 630 Fla. Farm Hour and wife'one acre in NE?4 of NW Wiatt Sherry Woodard Toni
The
ORVIS revival at New Hopeful 6:45 i %, Sec-28, Tp 1 N R 7
Every second Sunday 6:00 P. M. J STEVERSON, Pastor Baptist church Rudy Hamrick E. Snypes. Phyllis Smith and Geraldine -
JtEV. C. M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor begins Sunday March / (Mon. Wed. FrL) Ranna Coody to Archie C Goody Almand.
22nd 0
LEE METHODIST. CHURCH. and runs through March 29th. 6:55 World News SWK of SWK, Sec 16, Tp 2 N,
Bro. James 0- Child Care Betty Buds, Recreation
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Moore Sr will An 7.M C..4"" Mnn. R 10 E life ;
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH --- -- estate reserved.
Preaching Every Sunday.1st the preaching at 7:30.'i nv 7.-05 Coffee With Ray J Ranna ; Jackie Cooper, entomology,
Sunday School _... 10:00 A. M. Coody to Johnnie Mae .
Blanche
Morning: Worship ..._ 11:00 A. M. and 3rd Sundays 7:45 World News Brannen sixty acres .in Tp '2 N, Gentry.Tonf
11:00 a and 7:00 MADISON CHAPTER 7:50 State News Snypes, Vice President of
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m. NFA
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. p. m. NEWS
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2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 755 'Weather News ; the County 4-H Council, presided
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Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. ,
S Smith,
executor to Pearlie
Sunday School 8:00 Coffee the
Mid-week Every The with Ray during programn
Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Madison County
Sunday ,. Training 9:00 Brown devisee, eighty acres i
Brotherhood last 10:00 a.. m Morning Devotions Saturday March 21 is District
Thursday Methodist Youth Fellowship School NFA chapter presented an 9:15 Musical Sec 21, Tp 2 N. R 10 E.Gerald Demonstration which will beheld
of each month at ........ 7:30 P. M. Interlude Day
-.-..-- 6:00 arbor day program at chapel. We 9:30 E Rogers and wife tRoy
m Music
W.M.U.. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. p. Unlimited o in Perry. The following girls "
Evelene Kelley Circle ZEB WILLIAMS Pastor also planted pine seedlings in our 0:00 News M Smith and wife 193.41 ft were chosen to give demonstrationsthere.

3rd Thursday ___ 2:30 P. M. BOB SEARCY, Sunday School Supt. chapter forest. 10:05 Music Unlimited x 424.98 ft x 200 ft x 475.90 ft inS Brenda Blair Wilma Jean

V. L. SINGLETARY, S. S. Supt LEE BAPTIST CHURCH 20 members of our chanter attended 10:30 Music Unlimited >;% of NE .. Sec 11, Tp 1 S, R Davis and Florence Coody dairy
ALBERT KELLEY 11;00 Music Unlimited 10
B.T.U. Director E.-
Annual NFA day
I at the 1:15 foods. Gerald Almand Dottie Den-
REV. LEWIS D. pUGHEN, Pastor! REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor State Fair. Included in their group 11:30 Record Public Service Session S S McMullen and wife to Tri- son and Phyllis Smith. clothing;

Services every Sunday. I was a chanter judging"team', corn- 12:00 World News County Electric Coop right. of and Blanche Gentry, Entomology.

MT. OLIVE WELCOME BAPTIST TO CHURCH Sunday Schoel _._._ 10:00 a. m.! nosed of PhiliD Joseph. Thomas 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes way easement to 270 -ecres. Mrs A Gentry. Mrs Robert

Morning Worship __._ 11:00 a. m. Mohlev And FtnKKv 2:30 Talk W- R Maddox and wife to Houston Mrs EF Mrs
Sunday School .._._ 10:00 A. M. Training Union ....._.... 7:00 TMlamv "Mua Of The Town Searcy, Almand
I Morning Worship _.._ 11:00 A. MTraining L Evening Worship ___?.. 8:00 p. m. foam won +u"+Nth n' "P. iysn ..ntinrAMainct W 12:40 Uncle NW x Texas Gas and Oil Corporation, Monte Vickers Mrs John Thigpen,
p. m.
Union ..l-_ 6:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 p. m. fiftY-four other chanter 12:45 State News 50.78 ft z8pftx50ftx676 ft Mrs Wiley Blair, Mrs\. Philip Smith,

Evening Worship _.._ 7:30 P. M. ? Thomas! Moblev wo presented an 1250 ,Farm News in NW& of SEU, Sec 27., Tp 1 N, Mrs M Parrish and Mrs S W Martin -

Prayer Meeting 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO \rcomnlfchment Certificate at the 12:55 Weather News R 9 E. Jr attended County Demonstration -

)Church Business Meeting First MIDWAY BAPTIST CHURCH Stab Fair for his accomplishments 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade Connie Hardee to Madison Industries Day and assisted with the

Wednesday night of each month. r in the area of sunervised farming. 1:55 News N& of Blk 9, Fraleigb-Smit h program.
Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second LORACE COTHRON. Pastor 2:00< Gospel Time
The Madison Chapter Is spon- Addn to Town of: Madison, also
Thursday night of each month.r1hching Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 2:30 Public Service
s oring its Annual Parents and Son Iract of 200 It x 100 ft 'near.by.
Service Every Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 2:45 Afternoon Melodies Georgia '
Come Worship With Us. Training Union 6:30 P. M. Banquet March 17. Guest Speakerwill 2:55 World & State News American Sumatra Tobacco Corporation -

T REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 P. :M be Rev S R Bright of Tallaassee. 3:00 Afternoon 'Melodies to Madison Industries, 342 PLATE
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b PrayerMeetinged.' 7:30 P. M? h 3:45 Public Service acres in Sec 21, Tp. 1 N, R 9 K GLASSfi

PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Devotion 8:00 A. V. We are in the process of enlarging 4:00 News Madison Industries to American cO paby

Preaching every Sunday over Radio Station WMAF. our swine project on the cam- 4:05 Request Parade Sumatra Tobacco Corporation, 172.

Sunday: School 10:00 A. M. "And ye shall know the truth PUS. We have constructed a com- 4:55 World & State News 91 ft x 100 ft near Blk 9, Fraleigh- GLASS *

Morning Worship _, 11:00 A. M. and the truth shall make you free" bination pig parlor-farrowing pen. 5:00 Request Parade Smith Addn Town of Madison. GLASS BLOCK *

Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. John 832 We are planning to extend the 5:45 Sports Highlights
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M L of 6:00 World News .. MIRRORS *
pig chain. Our adviser
scope our
WELCOME TO 'New'and Used
Prayer Meeting every I 6:15 Twilight Tunes Type
NEW HOME BAPTIST will announce at our banquetthe
Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M. CHURCH 6:55 News 215 W. Savannah Ave.

W. B. SEALS. S. S. Superintendent Come Worship With Usr 0 ten "members who will receivepure 7:00 Sign Off writers. The E-L Phone: CHERRY 2-5285,

:SF. ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union Sunday School 10:00 ,A. M. bred Duroc pigs this month.E PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO Valdosta, Georgia:
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.
Pirector. R Scott, Adviser
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Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Bobby Bellamy Reporter CHANGE. WITHOUT NOTICEKeep -v s ss-. . . '
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L. D. 8. SERVICE EenmgVorship 7:30 P.' M

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF Midweek Prayer Service 7:00 P. JH. I One Great Team :

LATTER DAY SAINTS Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. warm with Sin .
W. M. U. 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. :: /

Sunday School ____._ 10:00 a. m Jack Pickles S. S. Supt. Hamburger Haven Amoco White Gas & Super Permambe Oil :

Sacrament: Meeting __.._ 11:00 a m. Royce Tuten B. T. U. Director r, clair fuel oil. Call J 1 .
Relief Society and Priesthood Time REV. N. M. ROWELL, Pastor .
and place as announced at Sacra Just North of

ment Meeting! CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST. ::1 HU 3-2277 -
:ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN CHURCH Cherry Lake Cross Roads -

LEGION HALL -

E R. CARRYL. Branch Pres. Preaching Services every Sunday Delicious Hamburgers 0
RIDGE ROAp CHERRY LAKE Morning Service 11:00 A. M. J. P. JOHNSONMARKETER Sz
Evening Service 7:30 P. M t'j

NEW HOPEFUL Sunday School every Sunday at Steaks .Catfish Suppers : .
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MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 10.-00 A. M. : ,f .

Services every first andSundays third BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. SWAKE ...
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Short Orders or All. Kinds .
every
at 11 a. nt, and 8:00 p. m. 0 UP .
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Sunday School? every Sunday 10 KM) Brotherhood >first Thursday every ALSO CARRY OUT. ORDERS P

Training Lm.Union every Sunday 7:00p. I I month at 7:30 P. M. ..0 I. I A good 0 place to bring RARIN' K TO GO MEDDERS

Everybody Wel come. your WHhoat Nagziir Backache ;
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friends and family. tfi .
m.W. T. RYCROFr, Pastor REV. J. R. COLLINS.. Pastoi;! Md K 'tnm r t T Bcrrtar ua set taekmehe.fast relief beadsd you +,

Phone 8348, Cherry Lake and moctilr aebes... pain that of tea '
MADISON CHURCH OP CHRIST. ease- $aitbts And mi.er.Dle tiNdfeeb -
SHILOH METHODIST CHURCH ''701 South Range I 'tat WjMb) u... discomforts I
com on with a* r-czertMB or ttrm.sad .
Bible Study __ 10:00 A. M. .tni -TOM want relief-want It fast AMOCO STATION =
REV. W. B. SMITH. Pastor Lord's Supper and AaotbentistvrbaaM BUT be nOd bladder. :
irritation 8amlmt
food and
First Sunday. I( Edification ...... 11:00 A. M driakftcB aettuc .wtonr p a .. .. emeomfortabie .
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.: .- For SaleAbout eeltac. ( -
Bible Study __ 7:00 P. M 1 '
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Second Sunday, Preaching 7:30 P. M ways: 1.1Ir.-.I7 yate-reUrriaf separate acfio* : ARNIE MEDDERS Owner :
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.I Ladies' Class .. Thursdays 12 good second-hand: to cue terme, .C sagging bacfcifltm. I ,
haidacbM MOMolar achy end
palm II
Preaching Service 11: X) a. m. gas and electric Secondhand 2. by aootbia effect bladder
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ranges. *a New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas .
Third Sunday, MADISON CHURCH OF GOD lion. I. by mid dtarttfe aetiom tendter ** .Tires. -Batteries *& Accessories .
I table top electric ho to la TMM ootjwt of tbe IS aiOe of f $ .
Sunday School 10:00 a. m. .
kidney tobes. I ': LUBRICATION WASHING E. POLISHING
Preaching Service 7:30 p. m. Sunday School IfcOO A. M. water heater at' gise-awa Trio a coed alrbrt Bleep and tile ; "* 0 ', _

Fourth Sunday l i ir Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. price. \ am p yean..happy N.rwe.relief .u tono bas laYS for m oney.09U R,::. 0.1 .0... CORNER BASE &SIf.ELBY: ST3. _' : ". ',:. II I

Sunday School_ 10:00 a. m,: Evening Worship 7:30 P. M Get Doaa' PUb today I I I 0 .'
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J L Preaching Service .llf>0'm.! Youth Service Wednesday 8OO.P. M. W C Copdand Jr. :D PILLS : "' t :>. PHONE HU -!41' .;.- .'_ /: '.

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