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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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MADISON MADISON COUNTYThe


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i City of Greenville would

'I like this opportunity to clear upa

bS gross misunderstanding about our
WELCOMES
\ county commissioners proceedingfor
% the year 1957-58. ;
The State Auditors reports show
that the County purchased one ,
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fogging machine for the City ot

Greenville during the year of 1937-
AMERICAN
1938. We would like to clear, this

up and at this time brand this .

statement as completely false.

The City of Greenville operatesits .. R
fogging program on a matched s ;1

funds basis with the State Boardof .,
RANDELL BUCHANAN of Pin- : '
\ tTOBACCO Health. By this we mean that,
F
J etta:, a Congressional Page for I
each year your State Board ot May and June, -k snapped with
We 'sincerely invrte"all Health mtch funds that
lobacco grx/v\ 1"S' to bring your wilL any Congressman BILLY MATTHEWS
tobacco to our IADISON MARKET. We hope to have i are spenrjtowards fogging. in front -orthe Nation's Capital.
for you the BEST MARKET in the South. The City of Greenville budgeted i --

With our TWO WAREHOUSES, we hope to have for the year 1937-58 930.00 which LEAVE FOR RIDGECREST
ample room for you. COMPANY was matched by $930.00 by' the BAPTIST ASSEMBLY

We now have MORE COMPANY BUYERS on our State Board of Health, of this The Rev and-Mrs
James Barberare
market this year, and as you know, SMOTHERS BROTH amount $$630.00 was matched by .
spending two
ERS are our warehousemen.We the State Board of health to pur- leeks at Ridge-
see no reason why we shouldn't have the BEST chas one Dv'na-fog machine costing' crest N C attending Youth Train-
:MARKET Ing week at the Baptist Assembly.
in the South. TO OUR $1260.00.Mr .
In the party with the Rev and
Trusting you good people will at least give Us a Donald Eads, your County
Mrs
trial, we are Health Officer in charge of Sanitation Barber leaving Thursday

Sincerely your friends, is in full charge of these morning! for the first week's

MADISON WAREHOUSE BOARDPEE $und$ and Can verify these tate- activities were Mrs C E Russell
and son, Van Miss Rosemary
BIG MARKET" me-nts-
Clark, :Miss Vonnie StudstilL Miss
WEE BASEBALL RITES FOR INFANT CAMPBELL The Qty of Greenville regrets
I that the County CommissiOners'have Sircy Rowe Miss Ann Massey,

Madisons Pee Wee Baseball is I Committal rites been subjected to home unfavorable :Miss Beverly Brinson, Miss Judy
drawing to a close after a most suc- for the infantson Barber Miss Wanda McKenzie
and would ,
criticism at
cessful season. The of Airman 1/c and Mrs H 0 ,
League consist- + + + Miss
Peggy Register Buddy Ragans
this time like to publicly apologizefor
Campbell
ing of 42 boys composing three Jr of Bittsburg, Germany, 'and Tommy Greene. *
teams ended in a three way tie who died there July 3, were held their inconvenience.CITY .
for OF GREENVILLEA. Going to Ridgecrest for the
the season. at 3 p Wednesday at Mt Horeb
Two games were held with Cemetery in Madiscn : L. Leggett J r second week, leaving July 23 will
County. The be Mrs Jesse Hughey Mrs C T
Monticello
with Madison
losing one T J MAYOR46ltch
Beggs Jr Funeral
6 to 3 and tying the other 2 to 2. in charge Home was S ELL' McWilliams, Miss Dietra Pidgeon
An all star game held July 13 and Miss Latrell Vickers.
ended with a 60 5 victory goingto Survivors are the baby's parents
the Reds-Richard Baker and one brother and one sister in Ger LUKE G PROVAU DIES IN

. John Gibson were the battery for many; the maternal grandparents VETERAN'S HOSPITAL SOCIAL RESEARCH STUDY
the winners and Billy Sullivan Mr and Mrs t
Barney Byington of
Luke'G Provau 68, of Lee
and Jim Smith were the Madison; the age Or Charles M Gregg and Dr
for the losers. Eon Selman battel''j scored I Mr and paternal grandparents Fla died'.Friday., July 10 in the Lewis M Killun of the FSU faculty
Mrs H 0
the winning run in ,tie last inning. I Cincinnati Campbell of TOB'ACCOIN' Veteran's Hospital in Lake City, of the Institute of Social Research
Coach Lafond Eddins Plans to Ohio. after. an extended illness. He was : are conducting community satisfaction -

continue the program for a few a native of Echols County, Ga, ?nd study in Madison and Jack-
weeks. All games are held at Madi- TROOPER'PEAVY IN CHARGE had been living at Lee, since 1925. sonville. Because of trends in the i
son Recreation Center Inc. OF urbanization and Industrialization of
LOCAL PATROL He was a veteran of World War L
the South there is interest in the
Survivors are his wife Mrs
TO LEAVE FOR CAMP I I Trooper Patrol Joe who. Peavy of the Highway ; Cherry Sealey Provau, of Lee; Southern attitude of communities people about of living different in

I succeeded Corp three brothers Willie of Leesburg, .
Commanding Officer Pat Milli- James Ross in the local area, assumed sizes.A
Henry of Perry and Joe of Lee sample of the will
I duties ; population
nor and 35 Army Reserves of here July 15. Trooper
Company 4. 3rd Battalion.67 Armor Peavy, Mrs Peavy and small son three sisters Mrs Lamar Sealey, be interviewed and asked about
will leave Sunday for Fort Stewart will reside in their house-trailer of Lee, Mrs Susan 'Deloach of their migration history where

near Savannah for two weeks an- tame located on the Moore 'prop- Statesyilte",_Ga, and Mrs Hubbard families have moved from or to;
nual unit training. Units from Tallahassee r.y on U S 90 in West Madison.Mr MADISON CuH>*pper of Cecil Ga. their feelings about their work job
opportunities, schools and other
Panama City and
Perry Services were held at 4 p m
communlcy: services, ambitions andxtesires
Pensacola will join the local unit
_
Sunday at the Assembly of God for
and Mrs Cliff Ayer had as education of children.
for the training periodNEW
guests during the weekend :Mrs Church[ Lee and interment was in The research is being done independently -

UNIT FORESTER Mr and Mrs Roe Martin Stonewall .. cemetery. The Rev of any government
daughter Xedra, who were enrou Lather Brooks of Cross City and agency. '

Albert Lassiter Hill Jr a nativeof to their ,home in Winter Hav L Trade In. the Rev CJjde Nichols ,of Live I
from Oak officiated. The T J Beggs
DeFuniak Springs has been a trip to Virginia.x TWIN ,RIVERS GAMES
Jr Funeral Home was in charge.Active R
transferred by the International'I x-
Smith pallbearers: Messrs G orThe Madtao
Paper Company to.Madison. as and David Purdon VaJdO&ta baseball
Unit Forester. 'left Sunday to spend two weeksat don WiMtams William Dickey game acfaedated to be played here

Bert is taking the position of t; Camp Immokalee.x 'presUM Berry, Amen Tat en, last Sunday wax rained out as
Larrfe.Cherry and L L MeMuttenHoeocuy was the Lax.Remertongame..
Harry Drake, who has been transferred -
to Panama 'City and with] Mrs BV Humphry, of Tampa. MADISON : Messrs Irvin MerrittFrtu HaHaa debated' Live Oak in
bis family will leave soon ..fo his I sientlast week here visiting her States, S A Khwey; Sr two games $-1* 7-2. M&Hrie won
? I brother-in-law"+ aDd sister. Mr and John H.kV. V Godwin amiMeBettt over Stockton to two games by .
new assig mts t. ) s\VT Hailil !
sworth
JIIaJare. .'MOretJ of 5-0. 6-L 4,

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WANTED: Experienced meat cutter. f
7l Too Late To Classify"FOR Apply in person to Charlie Wynnat

WINN-DIXIE meat market. !

SALE 46-lt-ch

Cherry Lake house 3 bedrooms, FOR SALE: 100 acres of land.

\ Saturday July 18 large sleeping porch large living ;EDGAR ,BLAIR, Rt 2, Madison.
DOUBLE FEATURE room combination kitchendiningroom. 46-2t-pd

THE BLACK DAKOTAS in Nice house, new paint, 18 The Audrey Newman Circle will
Technicolor starring Gary Merrill acres good land.Reasonable .
meet at 8 .
p. m Monday, July 20
Wanda IIendrix. Thundering across
: down balance -
payment, with Mrs G Morrow
and Mrs J P
hills of Dakota-The
the story of
about $50 month.
per :Morrow at the home
of Mrs E F
the great crisis that engulfs the MADISON Dickinson.Mr .
frontier as the mighty Siowk nation
DRIVE-IN-THEATRE Broadus WilloughbyREALTOR and Mrs A J
Hargrove are .
strikes back. Hate and fear
Now under new management; open vacationing for two weeks at
ruled as the enemies rode the ven-
Children under 12 Lakeland with their son-in-law and
night
trail.STALAG every
geance (in cars) always free. Phone Office HU 3-6481 daughter; Mr and Mrs Vincent

17, starring William Residence HU 3-6481 Madison Simmons and Vincent Jr. Continues !

Holden. Don Taylor Peter Graves. BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:15 P. M. FOR SALE: One G-E refrigeratorand Mrs J G Ashley Jr and two

The story 'of Stalag 17 ndiorious PROGRAM one practically new clarinet children Randy and Theo left last .
nazi prison camp. A spy in their I with case. PEP'S CAFE HU week to visit relatives in'Charlottes

midst and every one a suspect Friday-Saturday July 17, 18 3-2522, or HU 3-6562. 45-lt-ch yule' Va. They are expected home
More laughs, suspense and pathos DOUBLE FEATURE the last of this week.

than you've ever seen. Cartoon. WELLS fARGO, Joel McCrea Bob FOR SALE: Bird dog puppies. See Friends regret Mr L B Welch

Burns, Frances Dee or call ROBERT WALKER, Pin- remains ill, and has to take treatments 25 %
Sunday-Monday, July 19, 20 and etta. Phone HU 3-6226. 45-2t-ch daily in Valdosta. ReductionOn
\ THE HANGING TREE \n Tech Charles Wynn Jr and Johnny |
nicolor, starring Gary Cooper Maria THE REVENGE OF FRANKENSTEIN FOR RENT: Five-room house mod- Katzor of Ft. Pierce, spent last

\, Schell, Karl Malden In the old I Peter Cushing. ern conveniences permanent oc- week end with relatives here.
days every settlement had a hang- cupancy. Contact MRS K DEM.
Mr and Mrs Robert Mickler are
Sun-Mon-Tues July 19, 20 21
\ in? tree. Cinematic dynamite in: BINSKI, Cherry Lake, Route 3, visiting Mr and Mrs R S WilliamsIII All Summer
\thiS action packed thriller of the FIRST RUN IN MADISON Madison, Fla. 46-lt-ch in Ocala this week while Mr Shoes

(gold fields. Cartoon.'TuesdayWednesday THE DEFIANT ONES, Tony
t I FOR RENT: One unfurnished Mickler is there on a business
Curtis Sidney Poitier.
July 21. 22 garage apartment One unfurn- trip.Wells
I PERRI in Technicolor. Nothing Wednesday Thursday, July 22, 23 ished 5 room house close in city. Furniture Company reports
0 delightful as Disney's newest. DOUBLE FEATURE MRS J J NEWMAN HU 3-2523 E-R.good results from recent ads in J'Y Green Stamps !

ou'll fall in love with Perri, the VERTIGO, James Stewart, Kim Madison. 45-tf-ch
Miss Louise Carroll, of Tallahassee
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them Novak
uirreL The happiest treat of
all as Disney proves that naturecan and FOR RENT: Upstairs apartment, was the guest several days

be loads"of fun. A big packageof CHASE A CROOKED SHADOW private .bath, electric kitchen. the past week of Miss Florida 7Ae s
Davis. Her parents, Mr and Mrs Jla'l *
charms beauty and thrills foreery
Richard Todd, Anne Baxter. Permanent couple. Phone HU op
R J Carroll, and another daughterBeth
member of the family to 3-6243. MRS M L WALKER,

enjo)'. Cartoon. HOSPITAL NEWS Cor. Horry and Dade St. 45-lt-ch Tallahassee, and Mr and joined Mrs Miss Brice Carroll Moodyof Phone HU 3-6750 Madison Florida

Thursday-Friday, July 23, 24 Would like to place my 14 year here Sunday and all were guestsof .
GIDGET, in Cinemascope and old son on farm for month preferably Mr and Mrs W B Davis at a .
Eastman color, starring Sandra Dee Admissions: Mrs Eurlene Kinsey as companion to lad of picnic lunch at Cherry Lake.

James Darren, Cliff Robertson Martha Jane Rowe, Hazel Home similar age. Write particulars R E Friends of Mr T P McLeod Sr
Dick Clark, every youth's idol, Mallory Wells, C Williams$, Mrs JONES, 7310 NW 8th Ave. I of Greenville regret that he con- Miss Lynne Cheney, of Jacksonville Corp James Ross of the Highway
calls "Gidget" the greatest ever. Eeulah Sessions, Mrs Monette Florida. tinues quite ill. is .here for a visit with her Pafrol and Mrs Ross and children
She was a cute gidget meaning a Brooks, Mrs Edna Malhe'ny, Mrs Miami'l grandparents! Mr and Mrs R E left Wednesday '[or thefr new'
Ester Greenstein, W E Blair Willie SALESMAN WANTED: by CowartRadiBior
cross between a girl and a midget home in Panama City, where Corp
/ She's'the sweetheart of the beach Allen, Wayne Wiatt, Miss Ollie shine Chemical Co., Madison, GOTA'SUMMER Ross will enter upon his new assignment -
generation. Cannon, Jesse Lee Lopor, Ellis Fla. Call HU 36828. 4 -lt.pd
Drew and Phil Howard. Cleaning and
MUSTANG starring Jack fceutelMadalyn Discharged Mrs Anne WANTED: Farm Tractor wagon. CULL .. '
: Hollapd.Ro'ce
Phone Lak 8443.. K D .Give child
As untamable as Cherry ? your tre feeling of
Trahey. Byrd, Mrs Ruth Gilliam,
HITCHCOCK, Madison Route 3 General AutomotiveRepairs security that will
study
encourage
he ruled. A man, -
the equine empire Mrs Monette Brooks, Martha Jane TAKE :
45-lt-ch and success. Nothing will add more
a horse and a slashing story of the Rowe, Mrs Marlene Hale. Mrs Eur than
to be well-dressed and neat.
modern west. The true story of a for
lene Kinsey and twin Mrs
girls Mr and Mrs Frank Davis of Trousers, Shirts, Oungarees and
spirit that refused to be broken. symptomaticUUURELIEF'
Juanita Burnett, Mrs Beulah Ses-
Quincy are here for a week'sisit underwear at THE FAMILY STORE4cV1LIiAMS
CartoonIN sions, C L Williams, W E Blair, with his mother and sister, Mrs W I GARAGE u. ready to get tnem all off to
Mrs Mahlon Matheny and baby B Davs, Sr, and Miss Florida Davis. .f schooi.
AUTO ACCIDENT Hazel Horne Willie Allen. Miss

Ollie Cannon and Wayne Wiait

Mr and IIrs Marvin BerkelyClla.ten TWIN GIRLS .

and their son Marvin J rage Mr and Mrs James Kinsey of i .. .
Greenville birth of i
the
announce
5, of Madison suffered minor %
twin girls born July 7. They
injuries in an automobile accident
weighed 5 lbs. and 15 ozs and 5 .
at 11:00 a m Saturday on S R -
Jhs and 15 M: ozs. '
20 four miles west of Waukeenah BABY MATHENYMr lr .

According to Trooper W S Pea- and Mrs Mahlon Matheny 1 ry a N N .Y .

cock Mr Clayton suffered a lace- announce the birth of a baby girl,

rated lower lip; Mrs Clayton received born July 9. She weighed 8 lbs 1y

a bruised left leg; their son, and 14 ozs. r.
:Marvin Jr bruises, and their daugh- COLORED PATIENTS rI .q i f 3 r '?'J74.,
Admitted: Cassie Ealy, Annie
tAr
Valerie escaped with a slight
Ruth Franklin, Lizzie Mae Williams,
bruise on the forehead.
Maggie Hall, Cleveland PostelL xt
The 1959 Chevrolet sedan drive
Discharges: Sherman Talton,
by Mr Clayton was damaged to George Wiggins, Lizzie Williams,
the extent of $300. In the three Annie Ruth Franklin and baby

car accident which involved a 1959 Annie Rudolph, Cassie Ealy.
Oldsmobile 'and a 1939 Fiat A Born to Annie Ruth Franklin a ssr (

total of nine persons were injured, baby boy, July 7. He weighed 8 I II

but none seriously. los and 6 ozs. ;


REPORTS CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL I II f

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F E Naughton, immediate past .
Gulf Life District Governor of Lions, was !

,. ADAPTAPLAN the speaker at the Tuesday lunch :: ": ...;;:::;: .:::h +n .< 'W' -", "' a <"""" .-- c

eon meeting of the local club. Mr Up steep mud-choked wash-Positraction pays off I Through a mountain stream-deep in Avintaquin Canyon. ,
Naughton, who has just returned JI
J from attending Lions International I

Fits your Convention in New York City, told NO MOUNTAIN CT: MISTER...

changingneeds interestingly of the business and .. .
I social features of the convention. !
That's with Positraction.
I Allen Beck, son of Lion Dr A a Chevy ,

Oscar Beck, who attended Boy's j .
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State recently In Tallahassee gave, ; That 3134 Fleetside has the sure- district: officer who drives it Poaitraction of course, is a
a short talk and is scheduled to :. footed ways of a big western L ibwould: bet his badge the tie rods big plus on this job, providing

speak at greater 'length on a later cat. Roams through high brush won't even need replacing! the sure grip needed to dig t

Stop worrying! : about program. country that would buck the life Out in that wild climbing Utah through mud, snow, loose sand,
Pres. Rudy Hamrick had, as his out of most trucks. Crosses country Chevy's suspension and whatever comes alonj Could be

your child's education; guest Mr Bill Plate Agriculture streams without benefit of a frame and brakes, its Positracthat a Positraetion-equipped %. ..
insure it the exclusive Extension Agent, of Gainesville. bridge. Climbs talus grades tion rear axle and Thriftmaster ton pickup is the arrwer: for your .

Adapt-A-Plan where pinon won't even grow. Bat 6 power are proving themselves area of operation. Or maybe a
way Ask Mrs ..Garland Wheeler and two .. that's all routine for this-Cbety, under rougher conditions than 4-wheel drive Chevy. We've got
your Gulf Life children, and her mother Mrs .. t equipped with Positraction* rear most test engineers could dream trucks that specialize in getting ,

: representative.Gulf Lorren of"Gainesville, joined rela- axle. It's hard at it every day for up. !Bfeey're proving that Chevin and out of any kind of coun
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the Utah Fish and Game cornrole's advanced engineering$ and try. Talk to your dealer about
to attend the I
tives here Sunday
'3 mission. Figure about 60,000 design ideas pay off-in spadesyour needs. He'll show you what -
Wheeler-Warren. wedding. in Gneenviile. miles' mountaineering before wben the going gets especially tough trucks are made of. ; : '_ ::

.....toi i" : ; this Chevy is traded. And yet the mean and dirty. Optional at extra cat '. 1

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sacola for a several days' visit with ;: '! i' Nojob' too tough for a Chevrolet truck $ .i.i -*/ >

i Mrs Mary Ann Bauragarten were _.. 'j
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children David and Linda. Mrs "( *
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INSURANCE speeding the time at the R ECgwarVs .- ) fr ., "
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'BOOK" of Ruth is a very # i.;
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XTOT ALL choices are worth losing one. It could easily be : : o In and see hell
L l printed in fairly large type on one I ;
sleep over.What tie shallI le ..
wear today? Shall I drive to town page of a newspaper with room to :f .- agree. '
1 It.
by the old road or the new road? spare. But it is a mistake to Judge .
What fall rive Grandpa for his writings by their length otherwisethe u :

birthday? The results of these Congressional Record would be y. ... '
choices are not likely to be world- the world's literary masterpiece : .y i bx

shattering one way or the ot er. and Lincoln's

Still, they might Gettysburg Address !
be more impor- a worthless t
tant than trifle. As a story i S
you AUTO
the book of Ruth i PARTS, Inc.
think. If pick I x .
you :
has a great fht! tt j .. -
the w-ong tie,tho r charm. It is one ; Auto (Trvek l and FarmTrcietor]Ports"
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right girl may :, MACHI (..SHOP'SERVICEp -
of those of
turn you down, parts Y KNEy..sT MAD sbN 'FL .Ph "
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for the reason 0 the Bible whichwe / 4I: 322t _

that anybodywho God's might extras call LIVE OAK FLA., PH. FO 2-2329; QITTMAN, GA., PH. 4401
,
.
would weara
monstrositylike something which Dr. Foreman ____nm"M'" .:,:m"'i', .. .. could have been left out but which
that couldn't Dr. Foreman *
have much sense. If you take the once we have it, we.would not part 9 Mr. and Mrs Daniel Jackson Walker 0 Mrs Neil Scott Weary and two while Sunday of Mrs T F Hay
of 829. "
new road to town, some of the new with.Ways. 0- So., Willow Avenue Tampa, Florida children, Veil Jr, and Daphne Scott on route to Greenville to attend the
J :: 0 announce the engagement and approaching of Va and Wheeler. I
traffic may give you a funeral "- Arlington, Washington \Varren wedding. Mrs Hay
RiiHi
sooner than you expected. And if to Read % .. marriage of their daughter ;: ( D C, are visiting her parents, accompanied them. lIrsVeary and

Grandpa happens to fee very rich, One can read this little tale of Miss Matilda P'1 lob Walker .;: Mr and Mrs Joe Hill Smith in children will visit friends, at Ft !

the wrong kind of present might long ago just as a tale and enjoyits .. to -. Live Oak. Mr and Mrs Smith and Walton Beach before returning

induce him to change his"will. simplicity and beauty. Or one Dr. Joe Calvin Stubbsof guests were visitors for a short home.
can find in it much sociological

Decisions Determine Destiny interest, what marriage meant in Atlanta, Ga., son of Mrs. J. C. Stubbs, .

those far-off days, what provisionswere and the late Mr. Stubbs, formerlyof
There choices in
are great life
made for the very poor and Jacksonville now of Orlando Florida.
Now
as well as small Looking back overa Till
long life, an old man can see so learn forth.something One can from also enjoy the char-and The wedding date is set for August 21, 195', at St. Open

where this decision or that changedthe Andrews Episcopal Church, Tampa.
acters-described in it, each one
whole direction of his life- Miss Walker was born in Quitman Ga.
sketched in a few revealing words. was grad-
time. A train crossing Missouri The author is strangely modem at uated from Plant High, Tampa, and attended the Univer-
little station whereit
approaches will not a stop. There is a long this point. Writers today seldomuse sity of Florida, where she was a member 'of the Chi

siding at that station, and it is adjectives (such as heroic, Omega sorority. She was a 1958 Gasparilla debutante.She 11 P. M.
brutal clever, or what not) about
empty. The express train could their characters; they just let us is presently employed by Tampa Electric Co. ,

Just as well be sent through the see them and judge for ourselves.So Dr Stubbs was born in Jacksonville Fla., was grad-
station on the siding as on the
it is hi the book of Ruth. But uated from Robert E Lee High School, Jacksonville,
main track, they are both going
the way we propose to look at Emory University, and Emory University School of
in the same direction. But coming
"Ruth"' is this: the book shows Medicine Atlanta receiving his M. Seven A \Week
out of Union Station in St. Louis, D. degree in- June Nights
with quiet simplicity how the
with Its maze of switches-that is very .1959. He is a member of Sigma Chi social fraternity,
kinds of of inclined
people us -
another proposition. All trains many are and Phi Chi medical .
to look down on or shy fraternity. He served two years with S
head out of that station in exactly away from, are God's children. the U. S. Army in the Far East, and at present is doing '.
the same but when they hit
way .
intern work at Piedmont
Hospital Atlanta.
'
those switches, they are turned Plain People .
once for all-westward to the Mrs M L Walker, of Madison, is grandmother of the .
There is another book the
Pacific Coast cities, or east to New Bible telling about the times when bride-elect. YOU ARE INVITED TO HOLD YOUR NEXT PARTY,
:York, or south to New Orleans. So
the characters in the story of
it la with life. Some decisions turn MISS GOODMAN BRIDEELECTOF LUNCHEON FOR'
BANQUET OR DINNER IN OUR
Ruth were alive; it is the Book of ,
life toward a destiny of glory, or Judges. It is full of hero-stories. VICTOR MATHENY FETED "YOUTH WEEK" LEADERS
!'of misery depending on the PRIVATE DINING ROOMs
But none of those heroes >
appears
'choice depending on the one / Miss Lavonne Goodman of
on the pages of "Ruth" and none Greenville bride- Victor Misses Gayle
[who chooses.It was so when Moses elect of C KXNancy Hamil-
of the characters in "Ruth" are
i said to his people: "I have set be- mentioned in the tales of blood and Matheny, was complimented with ton were hostesses at a buffet .

i fore you life and good, and death battle that make up the Book of a charming tea given Friday luncheon, July 8, at their home

: and evil .therefore choose good." Judges. Apart from all the' fame afternoon by Mrs J B Davis, the honoring the Rev Edward Carnfth:

and the glory apart from the iionorcc's aunt, and Mrs C C of Lyons, Ga, and Miss Polly Las-

"Once To Every.Man and Nation" people who nowadays would make Matheny, mother of her fiance. siter of Perry, Fla. both leaders

"Once to every man and nation the headlines, lived the simple Mrs Davis home was the settingfor in the successful "Youth Activities I

comes the moment to decide" farmers and poor people whom the delightful party. The Week'" sponsored by the Methodist

wrote James Russell Lowell in Ruth knew. You might get the roomsVer e decorated Church. Other guests were the

what Is now well-known hymn. idea from reading Judges that Godis with flowers in the pastel colors. Rev and Mrs Paul Toucfrjon anda

"Opportunity knacks but once," is interested only in brilliant, ex- The dining table was covered number of senior MYF members.Mrs .

t an old prover *. Hymn and proverb ceptional people, great leaders and with a madiera cloth embroideredin

are partly true, partly not. Whenan heroes. But the book of Ruth blue. The center arrangementof Hattie Arnold returned I

'I opportunity for decision has Brings out the point, for the althea and sweetpeas- in a Tuesday from Tallahassee :Memorial!

I been ignored, or when, the wrong thoughtful reader that God has crystal bowl was flanked with Hospital where she had been a!

choice has been made (and ignor- just as much interest' in the hum- crystal candelabra holding blue patient several days. Mr and Mrs

I ing the choice entirely is itself a ble as in the great and famous. His candles. Elmer Haire accompanied her home.x .

wrong choice), that particular opportunity children are everywhere. Receiving with Mrs Davis and i -

I that one decision, does The ForeignerIt Mrs Matheny and their honoreewas Fred Mickler's head was slightly
not come again. What one has lost
I. written In the Hebrew her mother, Mrs D L Good cut last week 'when he bumped
was
by wrong decision is lost for good. buit
But in the mercy of God there may law that certain foreigners were man of Greenville. Mrs E E Had- into a pedestal fan in the laundry.He .

be other times. The nation of not to be welcomed, not to be den and Mjss} Alice Sims received was given first aid at the hospital -

Israel, to whom Moses made his treated as equals, not to be mar- guests at the door. Mrs J L Sullivan and released.

appeal to decide for God, again ried by a Hebrew. Moabites were and Mrs Richard Baker

and again had to make that same especially to be kept apart. No poured punch. Assisting hostesseswere

descendant of Moabite to the Beas- ....., ...... .. ,
choice: Who Is on the Lord's side? a Mrs P K Rowell Mrs <-"- <" -': -:' "'-'' '-" .
When we think of how one gener- tenth generation, 'was to be accepted ley Cole and Mrs W E McCain. r ,

ation follows another, we see how as a member of \the "con- Refreshments were sandwiches .

true it is. Our forefathers _may gregation" of Israel Yet first mints small cakes and punch. Eighty : !IkI.F. 1

have decided for God; but unlesswe Mahlon and then Boaz marrie'1.this called during the hours.CARMICHAEL'REELECTED .
guests
in our time face and act on Moabite girl. Boa%: knew she I .; ,n

that same central choice; For God, was a foreigner, but his questionwas

or against him? our ancestor's not: What is her nationality

good choices will not help us a but What kind of woman is.she? PERRY MAYOR IN It.
.
great deaLBackground Boaz was one of those rare people CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN t.

( who are kinder' than any law requires ,

for Decision ; who look on people as in-
Perry .
Willard P Carmichael,
dividuals, not as members df a .
I No choice whether that of a (perhaps hated) group. It is hard Mayor, was reelected overwhelm _

man or a nation, is made in a for us today to think of God as ingly last week on a pledge to
t vacuum. A man makes the goodi _
'having children In Viet-Nam and continue his campaign against bo-
choices, or the bad ones, of his life, Czecho-Slovakia and Thailand and
| against all the background of his other "outlandish" places. But he lita and moonshine." Carmichael,

J earlier life education and train- does! 1017 W T Pace 600. 4.. HiL
J ing. This is brought out in Deuteronomy Mayor Carmichael's hiatus with

where the heads of families In.Laws his Council over the Perry police

are commanded to teach*their The most impressive and solemn force made statewide headlines
1 children the law of God. This expression of the devotion of one several months
ago.
j writer once met a young man who to another is found here in
person Councilmen elected were Brince E ,.. .. ...' ,
.
was a patient in a hospital. He the book of Ruth.Strangely enough 763 ",,,'t.. ,/
talked quite freely about the prob- (some would think) it is addressedto Hehdry 811; Joe Milliner : .

lem that was bothering him. He a mother-in-law. How down-to- and Paul Brannen, 526. ..D, ..

. was undecided what to do when he earth the Bible is! Many people Councilmen ousted were Joe "
OF
got out of there. Should.he be a think of in-laws as either sw\y off Yarborough and Joe Nola. A num- THINK IN TERMS TOTAL VALUE

I rum-runner bringing "moonshine" yonder a strange tribe, or else as ber of others pollin : from 23 S
out of the mountains into the city an interfering lot when they live. **. c/ 6&97O/
"ateo ran
or should he get a job in the post too close. They have status only votes each and up, _

| office? AU he could see was that because they jure' married to some- l
j the post office job was safer but of US. Nothing could be more ab- Apply your tense oh.1uee in cbowing a new car,and youqiucLJj .
HOME REPAIRING S settle oo three: baeic questions: .
the
i rum-running was betterpaid!
children in-
surd. God's are your a '
j That's a little funny but isn't it a laws just as much as your "own" ROOFING' SIDING, NEW .. "That Jo I get Jar my money at the WITtHOI&mudafftjuymentJolupedJr.d?" ......-....- r

i l little sad too? If that young man people. This particular in= w-r ADDITIONS PORCHES AND investment?". ,- .

| had been brought up in a Chris- I we ought to say, thiS pair of them GARAGES < What trill-I Rf'I Loch at trade n tuna'" 0'LDS
I tian home,if he had gone to church ; were closer more helpful to each
| and to Sunday school, if he had : Free EstimatesNo Your OUgmobile Dealer will bow you that the *59 OH
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other more ay
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own See Olds dealer out or THI MzoruM mci ClASS
in medium
any other price car. TOUT ,
| Christ, differently he would be undiscovered treasures years to pay -
There
may : ...let him it to your,,;ompkteaatidacGoa..todayl
prove
i have faced that how dif- & "
problem.* &D' ng your in-laws! SOUTH GA. FENCE "
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FRIDAY, JULY 17th, 1959 THE ENTERPRISE-rtECOKEBR: MADISON, FLORIDA ',P ,GE SEVEN



I 1 THE YIELD IS UpON SAVINGS AT C. E. EDGLEY Day Phone 1227 Nl

Owner Night Phone 49-W MONEY

VALDOSTA LAKE CITY: FLA. ..
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Designing ; "
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:: GLASS .EVERY PURPOSE -- ::- ; Look what happens when you buy a Lark Play Wagon! You start by

?<'I: saving on price-it's America's lowest priced station wagon with a full

Anticipated dividend rate on insured :" sized interior. And then you keep right on saving! For example-
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savings payable December 31, 1959 .. ,/":, ,. economy.Just recently in the South African Mobilgas Run,The Lark .
CITY COMMISSION, : c' "- "6"I led American cars with an amazing 4.69mi1es-per-ganon.7
FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST .
PROCEEDINGS Classic Lark styling is designed to minimize year-to-year depreciation.

OFFICE HOURS I Interiors are upholstered in handsome, easy-to-care-for: vinyls and

,, :MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM : MADISON, FLORIDA fabrics. Fun drive The Lark at your Studebaker dealer's today- .

THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON JULY 7, 1959 and look at all models. You'll see why it's winning friends everywhere!
s The Commission met this date ,
SAVE BY MAIL AT
in regular session with the following
The New .
members present: J L Brin-
son, Van H Priest, and V :M Fol-
som. -i
Minutes of the previous meet-
ings were read and approved.Bids .
on pipe and supplies for
the North Florida Junior College

Saving & Loan Association water and sewer lines were opened
and tabulated as follows:
115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA. Alabama Pipe Co. $5,905.94.
American Cast Iron l'
Pipe
$6,16951Alt.
The Friendly Association Big Enough. to Serve You Small $5,948.20. '

Enough To Know You James B Clow & Sons $6,331.22.

Davis :Meter and Supply 6106.40,
Discover what you'll save at
Alt. $5,953.40.

Madison Will Get S6.234.81.United States Pipe and Foundry' YOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER'S-TODAY!


Free Recreation Kit ward The the.Clerk bids was to Smith requested& Gillispie to for- C. VERNON RAGANS

.. 1 recommendation Engineers for their review and .

Madison is one of 150 cities The Clerk presented' the following COR. DADE AND DUVAL STREETS, MADISON, FLORIDA
property valuations for the tax
throughout the United States which % ,
f YOU DESERVE THE BEST will receive year 1E59:
a complete 47-piece SEE THE STUDEBAKER TRUCKS..THEY COST LESS, TOOL ,
"Junior Champ recreation kit Non-Exempt Realestate 1269350.00 .
Buy out of our Modern,GuaranteedINTERNATIONAL Personal
non-
from property
the Wheades: Sports -Federation -
\ RINGS for use by this area's youth in exempt 428,540.00 NOTICE OF ELECTION S
the national drive for improved Railroad & Telegraph 49,266.00 SISTER PASSES the Baptist church at Daytona on
Each of these International BirthStone fioiess. Regular election of one memberof I Monday July 6th at 3 p. m. and
I lUngs catties a written Guarantee The "Junior Champ" equipment Total Non-Exempt $1,747,156.00At the City Commission of the interment at Wellborn cemetery.Mrs .
' against Breakage or Loss of these will be given to MADISON COUN- 20 Mill Levy $34,943.12 City of Madison, Florida, will be Mrs Annie Kent of Daytctia Albritton attended the
Modern,Brilliant Birthstones. TY JR. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Exempt Realestace $2,435,800.00Van held in the City Hall, Madison. Beach. Fla. sister of Mrs Mace funeral services with four other
Come in-Pick out aa International by Randell H Rowe, Jr., H Priest moved that the 1959 Florida, Tuesday, July 28. 1959. Albritton of Rt 1 Madison died sisters and three brothers of Mrs
;,Ring, and with your purchase, we will who was one of 150 winners tax levy be set at 20 mills. Same Registration books for the regis- I Thursday, July 2nd. Kent and other relatives and
give you Free a written Guarantee. among thousands of participants was carried unanimously.The tration of voters will be open at Funeral servicesere held at friends.ALBRTTTON.
in the Wheaties Youth Fitness Commission appointed the the Clerk's Office. July 8, 1939,
WAYNE WEGER JEWELERS Ideas Search. He submitted what following as Clerk and Managersfor and thereafter. Petitions for qualify,
Madison, Florida was adjudged one of the best the City Elecjon to be heldon irg candidates must be signed by BROS.
letters in 50 words or less on what July 28, 1959: twenty-five or more electors each S
the Wheaties Sports Federation W B Davis, Clerk: A G Herring, and must be filed with the City 7 '
CAMP COUNSELORMiss I should do to promote fitness Manager; M D Minter, Manager; Clerk not later than July 14, 1959, TRACTOR CO.
: Helen Little-on left Friday for R C Dickinson, Manager Isjiam and of
throughout ,the nation. The kit ; acceptances candidancy mUst 1m
Good Counsel Camp at Floral City, which will be available for young Harris, Manager; Rev Joe Gammon, be filed with the City Clerk by FIFTH STREET -
Fla, where shevi bow coynselorfor people here consists of hurdles, a Manager and Rev James Barber, candidates not later than July 18, TEL. FO 2-2381 ..
six weeks.
shot, discus, starting blocks, high Manager. 1939. YOUR MASSEYFERGUSONDEALER
jurr.p standards, pole vault stand- July 14th. 7:30 p. m. was set for a CITY COMMISSION, CITY OF
:Mr and Mrs J 0 Cooke Sr of special meeting of the Commissionwith FLA.
ards, vaulting poies, relay batons,: MADISON FLORIDA. LIVE OAK,
Beaumont, Miss., were guests bf the Fiscal Agent and the 6
footballs, volleyballs, softballs, IUtN-duly ? 10. 17, 24.
Mr and Mrs J 0 Cooke Jr from basketball: soccer ball and bats. second reading of proposed bond '_.,..- .,
Friday until Monday when they left ordinance.

for Thomasvillo. N C to visit relatives TENTH BIRTHDAY PARTY The Commission instructed the ,. .. ,*
while vacation.. Mrs Charles City Manager to have the park-
Eayshore and two children Beverly ing meters "bagged" during to-.
and :Margo, of Orlando' were also Thirty guests enjoyed Suzanne bacco season, beginning the day .. .
guests of Mr and Mrs Cooke Jr Knox, tenth birthday with her on before the opening of the local J
over the week end. The Cookes and Thursday afternoon July 9. The market and ending the day after,
their guests attended the \\ eeler-: young hostess mother, Mrs Charles the closing of the local market ..
Warren wedding in Greenville, Knox, and Misses Judy Livingstonand There being no further business,' .
Sunday. Jackie Cooper assisted with! the Commission approved the bills j

games on the lawn, and in serving for payment and adjourned.

Your Frame CAN BEa .delicious punch, cake and pastel .V M FOLSOM, Mayor.
ATTEST:
flattering accessory mints. .
ALEX It SMITH, Clerk.
Hundreds to Choose From The lovely birthday cake was

TRADE WHERE THEY ARE iced in pink and green and was NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR

MADE topped with ten candles. TAX DEED .

Twiggs Optical Co. Favors were Mexican straw hats. .
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Valdosta, Ga. CH 4.0534 The honoree received many nice NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .a. 40 "'"

gUts.Don't Randell H Rowe, Jr, holder of
Tax Certificate No. 41 of 1953 .
dated the 31st day of August, 1953
r has filed said certificate in this

office and made application'for
Tax Deed to issue thereon in ac- WE PAY
cordance with law. Said certificate
Throw That Slick embraces )jthe following described
property situated in Madison County,
Florida to-wit: LOT NO. 7. BLK 1, 1g
FRALEIGH-SMITH SUBDIVISION,,
TOWN OF MADISON.The .
Tire !
away assessment of said property
under the said certificate issued
s .
was in the name of Maggie Sampson.
Unless said certificate shall be
BRING IT TO THE redeemed according t above described land will be sold ." ,
at public auction to the highest percent
bidder on Monday,the 3rd of AugustA.
North Florida CompanyOn
Recapping D. 1959 at 11:00 A. M. and
Tax Deed issued thereon.
U. S. 90, opposite Ragans Motor Co. Witness my hand and official .
seal this 24th day June, A D. -
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,, t" : Madison, Fla. J I, 1959. ON INSUREDSAVINGS -
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SEALDALE .
x- and get new tire service out of it M. LESLIE .
X Clerk Circuit Court, Madison .
County, Florida J

WE ALSO HAVE RE-CAP TIRES FOR SALE 43-4t-pd '.. Look Forward Start Saving Today! Money Deposited .

i by 10th of Month Earns From 1st. J, .
Crankshaft Brake
They will: give you all the Tread Service A New Tire Bank With Confidence When you Save at
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will-, or more, and at much less cost Drum) and CylinderHead I i .


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HOWERTON SUPPLYCO. r NFJC STUDENTSDr .
ending July 14th, 159 .,WHY TAKE LESS THAN HIGH
Max Min. Rf. DOLLAR
Marshall Hamilton, Presidentof I
Wednesday 94 70 .00 ,
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North Florida Junior College Y' '
97 72 .00
Thursday
.,* announced today that the College Friday 93 73 .36 JASPER LED MARKET LAST
Your Building Supplies orientation testing schedule has Saturday 83 71 .49 YEAR AGAIN
Supermarket been arranged in three different Sunday 87 71 1.17

PHONE HU 3-6681 MADISON areas for the convenience Of those Monday 90 71 ..14Tuesday 3 BIG WAREHOUSES
new students planning to enter the 89 70 .14

College in the fall '-'.
Invites Yon To SELL TOBACCO TOTAL 2.30 ,
Tests will begin at 8:30 a m at
Rainfall week ending July 11th
each of the following centers: sale every day in .
at Bibson Tower 2.30 in, Lovett ,
In Madison And Taylor County High School. Tower 2.00 in, Aucilla Tower 2.00
Perry Monday August 3 Suwannee in, Sinclair Tower 2.60 in, Madison each one
TRADE IN MADISON all ,High School Live Oak Tuesday, forestry headquarters 2.88 n.
August{ 4 Madison High School, Sun rises July 17th 5:41 am,
Madison. Wednesday, August 5. sets 7:39 pm. QUICK, COURTEOUS PERSONAL .
Tie Year. Moon 17th 3:11 am.
sets July
"I urge students, parents and employers ATTENTION AND SERVICE
Moon in constellation of Scorpio
to cooperate with this program -
July 17th. .
," Dr Hamilton' added, "sinceit High tide July 18th at St. Marks FROM JASPER'S
will be highly beneficial to each I light 12:29 aim FRIENDLYWAREHOUSEMEN
A vacant house of Johnny Hol-i student to take the tests well ahead
lingsworih burned down early I I Card of Thanks of the busy Orientation' Days ai t THE FACTS OF I -.
Thursday in Pinetta. The Pinetta the College" FINER DIAMONDS ,
Fire Department prevented damageto I Principals R R Woodell, W R
I Jeweler, is advertising s
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nearby buildings. Hall and Burch Cornelius an Wayne Weger
I My sincere thanks to my many a beautiful set of Engage FULL SET OF BUYERS
All Cinch-Back Trousers are on friends who visited me in the hos- giving their full support to th<
sale at THE FAMILY STORE. Be I pital and after returning .home. plan..Tests will be administered ty)r ment and Wedding Rings in thisr .
SALES
For the flowers, gifts, cards, get Miss Kathleen .Van Alst, directo weeks issue of the E-R. START THURSDAY
low will interest
cost prices you well wishes, prayers, and all your of counseling and Dr Blanche I1 r For the facts about Finer JULY 23. .
if you need boys trousers for kindnesses, I am deeply grateful. Hardy director of testing. Diamonds see Mr Weger. He will]
school or work THE FAMILY Again, thanks to all.LOUIS. Application blanks will be availa- explain about the colour clarity, BRING YOUR TOBACCO TO
the bank. L
STORE-By SEARCY. ble fo carat weight and the cutting of AND VISIT
at the testing centers ]r JASPER OUR.
those who wish to take the test the diamonds he, sells and also 1 FRIENDLY MERCHANTS IN
Now at- DRUG STOREDorothy but who have not yet applied foi?has the loose diamonds so the HAMILTON COUNTY
admission. couples can select just what they
want for size and price to suit.
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Gray I

AT YOUTH CAMP Cancer Drive
# 1. FOR A FRESH. RADIANT I METHODIST ADULT SUPPERMr FRIGIDAIRE DEMONSTRATIONWells
'4 COMPLEXION S Satura :,,The Rev Paul Touchton, pastor,
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L I Salon Cold Cream and four young intermediates of and Mrs Gordon Williams I Furniture Co. held an interesting -
'\i. Scrub Set the First Methodist Church, left The Annual City of Madison were hosts to the :Methodist Adult I. demonstration Friday afternoon .
t f FOR DELICATE. FLAWLESS Monday, to spend this week at the Cancer Drive will be held Friday Fellowship supper Tuesday even- of the Frigidaire that Is
I .//" MAKE-UP BEAUTY.New Methodist Youth Camp at Lees- July 31, at 6 p. m. with the Fire ing. The affair was held at the R E frost-free has completely separate
''- ,. Wild Peach Lipstick ; burg where groups from the siren whistle announcing the doorto Cowart's Cherry Lake lodge, and Frost-Proof freezer with storage
,. Film Tallahassee and St Petersburg door canvass. was a buffet style covered dishsupper. space in door, more frozen food
Sheer Velvet
Supper was served on the space full-width removable shelves
1 'pI',,; fi Satura Sheen Districts party are are in camp.Brenda In the Baker Madison -, Mr and. Mrs Bullock Gaston Hadas I screened patio. Mrs Mary Ann and Glide-Out Hydrators. The new

\. .FOR HAIR BEAUTY Williams, guests for the 4th holidays her!l 1 Baumgarten assisted with hospitalities. pullout oven stove was also shown.
Ogilvie Sisters Hair. Sheryl .Nancy Mathenyand sons Easton Gaskins and family of! John Waring, president of the A free gift was presented to
Susan Smith. I *
Products group presided over a business; each one attending.
.Pensacola, Earl Gaskins of Lake- :
: session after supper when plans!
J ...AND MANY SPECIAL\ ATTEND HAIR STYLING SCHOOLMrs land and his family.. Her parents; v/ere made for the August meeting -
IA l7l i.BEAUTY..BATH PREPARATIONS ACCESSORIES. Mabel Ragans and Mrs Hazel Mr and Mrs Ira Giddens of Davenport -i I i when a returned missionary' 'I'r r Clyde Cruce, young son of Mrs

., .......... '....FRAGRANCFSS I Webb attended the advanced coursein Fla. Mrs Ethel Giddens and' from :Africa will be the guest [Truman Cruce, underwent an appendectomy -
\ .... Hair Styling at Jacksonville this Mrs J J Connor of Haines City I' speaker. !' the past week in Tallahassee -
," week. Mrs Kathleen Wynn accompanied were also guests.Mr i Memorial Hospital He is ,
Waukegarf. Ill. after spending;
them Monday and spent the .recovering satisfactorily and expectsto
day there. and Mrs Steve Tucka and several weeks here visiting Mrs
children Wayne acid Tanya left Tucka's parents, Mr and Mrs TheoC I be convalescing at home 'thelast
SMITH DRUG STORE' .'j Mrs Ragans will be at Kathleen'sSaturday. : S
of this week.I' .
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!t SU-WANNEE RIVER JUNIOR COLLEGE OPENING PLANNED FOR AUGUST 31


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Coolair Fans and Building Supplies!
SEE E-R NEXT WEEK FOR Cherry Lake News
Special!
DETAILED ACCOUNT OF NEW

COLLEGE IN MADISON. ,

4 FOR THE TOBACCO MARKET SEASON RECREATION NIGHT COBLE'S at51lttEN1ARBrouSht
PARTY FOR MISS PARSONS
Saturday night from 7 to 9 p m !; To You WeeWy By

Miss Sheryl Williams honored $7.50 PERMANENTS is the Recreation night for the :

M her house guest, Miss Rosiland Community at the Auditorium. Howard Stadstill
Roller skating and all sorts of
Live Oak with .
Parsons of a prom p
and dance Saturday evening, July ; $5.00 games are enjoyed by all ages
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11. Twenty-two young people at- A every Saturday. Sponsors are the Lumber Co.

tended the affair given in the Gordon Cherry Lake Civic Club. j

Williams Lakeside home. Miss Beginning Monday July 20th CHERRY LAKE BTU MADISON, FLA.
I Wanda Williams and Freddie RATES HIGH

Howard assisted Mrs Williams witn Also many other specials in PermanentsFor I Cherry Lake BTU Study 0 0 We hope Irene Andrews and Margie
STILLS Roberts will read the FISHER
the serving. Courses from October of 1958 to '
all types of beauty care June of 1959, were rated 99, the WHtNH Or % wv MAN'S CALENDAR and catch a

highest average in the Middle. FISITts nice string of fish!

.HELD FOR VIOLATIONOF PHONE HU 3-6200 FOR APPOINTMENTS Florida Baptist Association.

RIGHT-OF-WAY Sally Wilson returned from a

BYRON BEAUTY SALONBYRON four days attendance at RidgecrestN COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR
Van Buren Goolsby, aged 52, C for the Baptist BTU Train-
FOR TMI WEEK THROUGH JULY 26
JULY 19
was charged with violation of right- HOTEL BUILDING. MADISON ing School Mrs Jeanette Coody ,
of-way in connection with an auto- Wilson and took
accompanied Miss
MRS. MYRTLE MILLIRON MISS MELBA SELPH, Ti.w ... Lech 0.,. H'J'' $ W""".. Fish IM. BneI .
mobile accident on State Road 6 the course.

in the Blue Springs area, about Senior OperatorsYou Mr and Mrs Walt Roberts had
I SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI' SAT SUN
6:45 p m Tuesday. I as guests last week his parents 19 I 20 I 21 I 22 I 23 I 24.I 25 I 26

Corp James Ross, who investigated Mr and Mrs B F Roberts and niece 10 J;:::> J::::::) )::3 J::

j, the accident that involvedthe Peggy Davis of Palatka.Mr 12:40 1:09 2:<5 2:58 3:47 4:31 5:19 6:03AM
look through your glasses LEE' NEWS NOTESCapt
injury of three persons, said The rest of the world. looksat and Mrs Ira Giddena, former AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

Mr Goolsby, driving a Chevrolet, them residents, visited Mr and Mrs S ,

entered.State Road 6 at the inter- TRADE WHERE THEY and Mrs R B Berry, and Finder and other relatives and I Blacks the Fish Better the Day for 11sh1ft9 I 1

section of No 6 and the Lee roadin ARE MADE laughters: Priscilla, and Mary Helenf friends at Cherry Lake before re-

front of an oncoming 1954 Ford Twiggs Optical Co. Salina, Kansas arrived Thursday turning to their home at Davenport
Madison is
County
MARY CALL COLLINS representedat
Station Wagon driven by Ruben Fla.
4.0534 evening of last week to spend the
CH
Valdosta. Ga. Girl's State by Miss Sandra
Hill, colored. The cars crashed resUlting with Mrs brother Mrs R M Jenkins was the hostess GOVERNOR OF'GIRLS STATE
ummer; Berry's Ulm of Madison, and Miss Georgia
in $300 damage to the ]VIr E L Flowers and family. Capt for a Tupperware party at her I Ella Mugge. of Greenville. Both

Chevrolet, and $400 damage to i Berry returned by plane Saturday I home Tuesday night. Mary Call Collins, daughter of are sponsored by the Greenville

the Station wagon. I i HANSON NEWS to Kansas, and expects to leave Mr Hazel Home is convalescingat Gov. Leroy Collins, was elected American Legion Auxiliary with the


The injured persons were indenti- I Pine Grove W M U met in the j there Tuesday for Alaska for a home after several days in the governor of Girls State at Tallahassee financial assistance for Mss Ulm
fied as Johnnie Williams 18, and Madison County hospital.Mrs Wednesday. She will occupy given by the Madison Woman's Club.
U SAir
with the
Thursday 1 three months tour
home of Mrs Vernon Adams -
j William McCain, 40, both of Monti- Geo Burnett, Jr is home the chievv executive office and Miss Mugge was elected to the
9 with 9 Force. Mr Flowers' mother,
afternoon July
,
preside over the activities of the office of City Commissioner.
h cello in the Hill car. after several in the .
passengers days hospital.Mr
had J Mrs D M Mrs Marshall
present. Mrs Daisy Raines Pridgeon, 264 girls in attendance there for
Williams' head went through the and Mrs A J Hudson attended
charge of the program which was :Snyder, and daughters Patsy and i the next three days. The legislative ran on the Federalist party ticket.
wind shield and he received, severe Lake Church
Cherry Baptist
very interesting. The hostess served :Betty were also their guests the session, presided over by the new I Her opponent was Miss Belva Newman -
lacerations of the face and head. .
Sunday night.Lt
delicious refreshments of sandwiches :5th of July. governor opened Wednesday after- of St. Cloud who ran on the
McCain suffered' a fractured right potato chips, cup cakes Rev Zeb Williams returned Saturday Sidney Sale of the Westover, noon in the CapitoL Miss Collins, 17 I I I Nationalist party ticket.

leg. Both are patients in the local and cold drinks. from a visit with his wife and Mass Air Force Base, flew hometo V r

hospital. South spend the 4th weekend with his Now atSMITH DRUG STORE
The G A's met Tuesday afternoonwith baby in Carolina. He was
Jackie Goolsby, year-old-son Mrs Jesse Brown. accompanied home by his aunt,I parents, Mr and Mrs Sam Sale.
of the driver of the Chevrolet a
Mrs R S Fliess of Jacksonville
Mrs Mary Kelly from Nokomis Miss Sallie Green Allison of Hen-
passenger in his father's car, was spent three weeks with her aunt
Brot.herVilliams Cosmetics
visited her aunt Mrs Lula Odom, I dersonville N C. Dorothy Gray ,
treated at the hospital for bruise Mrs H' C Sale.
here Wednesday.Mr reports both mother and baby were
t on the left leg and cut on the STEP MOTHER PASSES
Joe Davis of Madison spent doing nicely, and that the baby J FORA- -FRESH. RAOIANCOMPLExtON ?
mouth. He also lost several teeth. last week here with his parents, had been named Sylvia Allison Mrs Margaret Morgan Fender: Saturn'Salon
step mother of Seaborn Fender of
Mr and Mrs B F Davis. Williams. She was born 1:20 a m '' Cold Cream
Cherry Lake died on Saturday
p Iii1mm: Little Larry Gurr broke a pencil 'July 4th weighed seven pounds and Scrub Set
July 11th at Pierscn, Ga.
lead off in his ear drum Wednes- two ounces, and was nineteen V / FOR DELICATE. FLAWLESS"
Mr and Mrs S Fender attendedthe
&m.m day.Mr inches long. funeral held Sunday in Ga at / MAKE-UP BEAUTY New

I and Mrs S P Odom and son, Mrs Clyde Sutton has as guests 3pm. -:;- ,Wild Peach Lipstick

Junior enjoyed a fish fry at Ella- this week Mr and Mrs Dewitt Other survivors are another son, Sheer Velvet Rim

yule State park Saturday after- Green and children of Lakeland.Mr Clifford Fender of Branford, Mrs ...,,; Satura Sheen'FOR

noon. Among others present for and Mrs Tony McDaniel Rose Landrum of Branford and \ HAIR BEAUTY

supper were Mr and Mrs Kenneth stopped* over last Friday with Mr Mrs Leona Griner of Lakeland Ogilvie Sisters Hair

I Hudson and baby, 'Linda of Monti-I and Mrs J B McDaniel and family, daughters, and a host of grandchildren Products

i cello and Mr and Mrs Richard enroute to their home in Rock and other relatives. J .
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I .AND MANY SPECIAL
B1'Oof Madison. Hill S C from a wedding trip { 'BEAUTY PREPARATIONS

t Don't forget the annual 'Sing at down the State. I BRIDE COMPLIMENTEDMrs ; ...BATH ACCESSORIES

Pine Grove Sunday. All members Mr John Hodnette accompaniedMisses ," \ t '..FRAGRANCES
"Z
urged to bring a well filled Rada Williams and Edwina Bobby Buchanan of Pinetta,I! ftJ' ,. ... ...
invited,
basket and tea. Everybody Lassiter to Leesburg Monday to
bride of May 16th was complimented -
especially all good singers. attend a session at the Youth Camp a
on ShoesTHIS there. with a miscellaneous shower SMITH DRUG STORE

Byron's Beauty Salon offers Mr and Mrs L J DemotsU and Tuesday night July 7th by three I L- _

WEEK AT "Specials" for the ladies in. thisweek"s baby returned- home Friday from Pinetta hostesses, Mrs Norman -
Walker Jr, lIrsV C Pulliam Sr
E-R. I
The Economy Store a visit with relatives in Daytona
and Mrs Joe S Pullian Sr at the
-. Slim, Regular, Husky Levi trous- Beach. 1
home of Mrs Joe S Pulliam.
MADISON FLA. in stock Mr and Mrs Clifford Ragans of 1/-/
ers or dungarees are now Several interesting games were
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See our big sale advertisement played j
with Mr and Mrs W C Ragans
next week in The Enterprise-Re Your boy or man will like the latlves. Delicious refreshments of punch,
I
corder. and on the Radio W IAF. Yale styles or the new Flip-top and other r ,, cake crackers and pretzels were
Mr and 1IrsValsh Holton oi C
-' "'-'...'. -. ...-." _.._,_-.._.. .._ pockets. ,I I served.
Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs L B '
Taylor of Macclenny and Miss: Fifteen attended the party.Irs .It f .
,I Buchanan, who is the former Miss ..,
Linda Holton of Live Oak were "
Laura Arnold of Quitman received
guests foe breakfast Sunday, oMr f
beautiful and useful gifts.
and Mrs H J Brown.' many .
I .
Mr L B Welch has returned I

I home from Jacksonville, and Atlanta BABY PLANT h tiC +

I y where he has been taking { rtlyI

medical treatment. His manj Mr and Mrs Albert Plant Gainesville : Q

friends regret he continues to be Fla announce the arrival of

ilL Mrs Welch, and. son Burton,I' a baby boy on Monday July 13th. I II I lY

were. at his bedside. They also have a daughter and II

s. Mr and Mrs Dick King of Jack" twin sons. I

1 r 1AT sonville visited his father, Mr John l The baby is the grandson of, Mr

King, and Stokey King, for a few, and Mrs Clarence Plant of Madison -I !/ OP

+ YOUR I'days this week. and Mr and Mrs R M Jenkins ds .0

.' FORD DEALER'S-HIS Mrs Albert Campbell entere l of Cherry Lake.

4 A' USED CARS the Memorial hospital in Tallahassee -

i THE r GIVE you A NEW Friday for treatment. She con. Outboard
BEST PLACE TO KIND OP PROTECTION*
tinues to be very ilL
BUY A USED CARl ? WHEN YOU BUT IWHERE'S 11Dan Mauldin of Jacksonville d H1 s

came for a few days to bE; Motors er L Here, indeed, are the rings that will best
o e e v e r express your sentiments, for they are styled j
with his family here. S beautifully!> and set with diamonds of unsurpassed I
Lt and Mrs Herbert Allen ant Bryan i Electric Co. L E H brlAl rice.See the pa;*new.

I Y'i children of Red Stone Ala wen
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i guests Thursday night of Mr arK I' mother was a member of an eleven
*E\"ery; Used Car is inspected, reconditioned if necessary I
Mrs J Whitty.. They also visitec L%car pile-up enroute home from a -
and road-tested. And they're warranted in writing I I
by the exclusive Performance Protection Policy! Seeoars his mother Mrs 0 F Allen and Mi r | visit here, in which her shoulderwas

with the A-l sticker at your Ford Dealer's Used Car and Mrs Oscar Allen and family y I V fractured. Some of the peoplewere -

Shopping Center. in Jacksonville. Mrs Allen had J i II seriously hurt it was, reported.

.. blackout of some kind and fell, I The first car made a left band '
FOR FORD DEALER
striking her head:, on a stone. Thi j turn without. giving any signal. The WAYNE/W. WEGER
t blow was so painful Herbert w as! Allen car was fifth jn fee. Six:

USED CARS V called:: home to see his mother. H
,V leaves In a few days for Ne'WIMexico ( halted. The front ears were badly
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for the

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July 20, 1959 :! ?- fJ} 't.} ..+ like Super Sue Ice Cream best.
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Hancock .
212 N. St.
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The Season Is Now openLET'S p"r \
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Miss Moore' io"'fe::{. < from your dealer's Super Sue Treasure Chest

Deep Sea FishingON i I 1 t1? ><.. ;. t
Mrs Dale M Leslie entertained v I

twelve guests at a luncheon Satur- INVESTORS DIVERSIFIED' I manager and national distributor

day at her home, honoring Miss SERVICES PASSES $3 BILLION of five open-end mutual funds.

"THE WINNER" Sunny Moore, popular bride-elect.. ......<.... Subsidiary companies issuing investors -
Guests included the honoree's Syndicate Title & Guaranty
MINNEAPOLIS, July 14 Investors
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0 75 FEET LONG Company which operates only in
mother, Mrs S H Moore, bridal pfiyA
'i..4. Qi Y Diversified Services, Inc
e 18 FEET WIDE attendants, and close friends. ?' I New York State.
v. has passed the $3 billion mark in
O SNACK BAR Daylilies and montbretia in ar- net asset under. management, In July 1957. Investors SyndicateLife
I rangements gave a colorful note of Insurance and Annuity Com-
Charters Only On Mondays, YOUNG JENKINS Joseph M,.Fitzsimmons, president,
I and crimson to the rooms. pany, a wholly-owned subsidiary,
Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays. ,Gold orange and yellow marigolds centeredthe :Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson Young, Sr. of' :I announced.. As of May 31, 1939, was added to the Investors Groupto

Leaves Dock 7:30 A. M. buffet table that was cevered Madison, Florida Ii i total assets of the parent company, round out its customer services.
announce the engagement of their daughter f is subsidiaries and affiliates composing' -
Returns 5 to 6 P. M. with a white embroidered linenloth. The Investors Group currentlyhas
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Hazel Agnesto Investors Group, '
j more than 978,000 customer
$5.00 amounted to $3,003,912,831.
consisted .. accountshich are. individually
The three course menu
TRIPS OPEN TO Perry Lamar Jenkins Wilbur Rutherford of Madison 3,100'representatives
INDIVIDUALS ON Df I .tomato cocktail, sea_ food son of Mr. and :Mrs. Chester Jenkins of represents the company in this serviced by
casserole, dessert and iced teaserved area.l in the nationwide IDS sales organi-
FRIDAYS SATURDAYSAND .
Live Oak, Florida The announcement comes
SUNDAYS : buffet style. 'The honoree The wedding will take place Sunday August 16, at one month before the Company's zation. THese sales representatives

received crystal in her pattern from 4 o'clock p. m. in the First Baptist Church in Madison.No 65th birthday and only three years I are exclusive distributors of Investors -
Bud
Capt. Taylor Group securities (Total
the hostess. invitations are being sent, but friends and relativesof after the $2 billion plateau had
mutual fund sales in the Investors
STEINHATCHEE FLA. the couple are invited to attend the wedding and re- been attained in April 1956. The 1\
F- 1 Group for the first five months of
ception. billion dollar mark was }
Phone Bride Elect Feted first 1959: amounted to $161,812,028.
CROSS CITY- Miss Young is a graduate of Madison High School reached in June 1952 and was ) Sales of investment certificates

HY 8.3123STEINIIATCHEE and employed with the State Comptroller's- office in Tal- doubled in less than four years. amounted to $140,718,046 for the

Five hostesses complimented Miss lahassee. Founded in Minneapolis in July and with the mutual fund

Sunny Moore popular brideelectwith Mr. Jenkins is a graduate of Suwannee High School 1S94, the Company had net assets sales period, bring thc total securities

a miscellaneous shower Thurs- and a resident of Suwannee. County where he is engagedin Of $2,400 at the close of its first
sales, as of May 31, 1939 to $302
-HAMILTON CRUISES ON day evening at eight o'clock, at the farming year in business. Although growthhas I 530074. .

USS ESSEXDr home of Mrs Fred Mickler. been steady over its lifetime The many services we render to
Marshall Hamilton was one Hostesses with Mrs Mickler were FORESTRY STUDENTS BEACH PARTY the Company's progress in the
investors small and large alike,
of a group of eight educators who our ,
as guests of the Secretary of the her daughters, Mrs E P SandersJr Mrs A F Harrison and Mrs J C multi-billion dollar bracket has have contributed importantly to the

Navy, took a six-day cruise on and Mrs Nat Norfleet, and HIGH SPRINGS, July 12A Burnette left Sunday with a partyof occurred chiefly since 1953. growth of the Investors, Group.

the USS Essex and the USS Sara- Mrs Pat Millinor and Mrs J P week's course in practical forestry young girls to spend several The Minneapolis-based )investmentcorporation I Chief among these services are

toga. The cruise, part of naval Morrow. Summer garden flowersin methods beyins today or' seven days; at Jacksonville Beach. In the ranks among the 25 investment management
maneuvers in the Atlantic, began the honoree's wedding colors of Madison County vocational agri- party are Betsy Harrison, Mary leading.financial institutions in the professional
culture students O'Leno State Burnette, Martha Ann War- I and a continuous accounting
at Kay
Sunday, ;July 10 as the group left green and white were used to deco- United States and is the largest
annual
with
Mayport on the USS Essex. Be- Park. ing; Beverly Brinson, Catherine) record together an
of its kind! '
rate the rooms. Refreshments of investment company
sides Dr Hamilton, Dr Kenneth Some 111 Future Farmers of Morrow, Peggy Register and Nancy I summary.
punch and small cakes in colorsof in the nation. It is the investment
Williams, President of the Central America are -gathered there to attend Hamilton.
Florida Junior in Ocala, white and green, and mints .
College .
the 25th annual Florida Forestry -, .
Dr Edwin Harrison, President of were served. Pouring punch and

Georgia Tech, Dr Mitchell, Head assisting the hostesses were Mrs industries Training sponsor Camp.the camp Wood-using, which PUT A REALLY COMPETITIVE PRICE ON
cf the School of Ceramic Engineering Bill Cave and Miss Tenobel
is under the direction of the
at Georgia: Tech and Dr Mc- Zipperer, both to be attendants in -

Intire of Auburn were among thoseon the wedding and Mrs S H Moore, Florida Forest Service.. AMERICA'S BEST-BUILT CAR AND WHAT HAPPENS ? .
the tour They went 400 miles the honoree's mother. The honoree During the week the farm youths
cut into the Atlantic and cruisedas will receive intensive instruction in _
received -
beautiful useful
and
far north as Charleston, S C gifts. Her many gift from the ho 'jesses forest pratices to prepare them for .' ::'

and as far South as Cape CanaveraL was the platter in her china pattern. the task of managing their own 11.11

Out-of-town guests included Mrs farm woodlands. 1
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Dr Hamilton was quartered in : Ctp::
I Colquitt Harrison of Quitman; Mrs Madison County Future Farmers .
the Admiral's sea cabin which, because -
it was located in the tower W F Morrow, Mrs Jean Chance, of America, selected by their Chapters ? SALES L I .

above the flight deck, gave a Mrs James Brown and Mrs Dick to represent them, are Ronnie .

wonderful view of the ship and the Morrow all of Tallahassee.SP4 IcNeil, Elwyn McLeod, and Pat .':. .

sea. While on the Essex, he was a Welch, Madison; John Lawrence

witness to some real excitement.One Day, and Bobby Braswell, Greenville -
plane falied to catapult from George W Young Jr who ; and Jack Woodward and Bill
the deck when taking off and has been serving twelve months
Adams, Pinetta. .
plunged into the sea. The three I 1 with the Army in Korea, is at home

crew 'members were rescued with with his parents, Mr and Mrs

amazing speed by helicopter. Dr George W Young Sr, on a 30 days' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Hamilton also saw two emergency!
furlough. .
landings in the nylon net. There "-! The Rev James Browning of the
have been only four of this kind > -x- **. Louisville Ky. Theological Semi-

in.the history of the ship. He the .
Mrs J A Bentley entertained the nary, will fill the pulpit at
managed to film one of :ihese with First Baptist church, Sunday, July
Janie Paul Circle Monday morningat
his movie camera. 19, in. the absence of the pastor.
Thursday morning, the group was* her home with five members Rev James Barber,who is attending

transported to the USS Saratoga present Mrs J Paul Touchton read the You* Training periods fit the

from the USS .Essex by helicopter, the opening; devotional and gave Baptist Assembly at Ridgecrest,

and returned .Friday to Mayport on the lesson. Mrs Ben Waring will N C for two weeks. Mr Browningis

th was really a fine tour," reported Browning of Madison.Lt .

Dr Hamilton, "We saw Wayne Napp, of Moody Field)

everything." Brake ,, will present a program of sacred
music at the evening service.. He

Mr and Mrs Charles Knox and Drum and Cylindei I i will be assisted by the Junior

.daughters. Suzanne Mary Kay and Choir. Lb Napp, equally proficient!

Carpi left Sunday for a vacationat as a pianist and organist has had
Head GrindingGeneral 18 years experience a choir director -
New Smyrna Beach.
: in the Southwest, and in
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Mrs Dotsy McKay, of Americus, Repairs I

Ga and, her guests, Mr and Mrs FSU VISITORSA

Burton' Laney of California, visited'\ McWilliams Garage DAA

here for several days last week. group of students.from Florida
State University under the direr Automotive experts said it at the beginning, and the word .
. .. D..R . . tion of Dr Raymond Schuliz, visited -

NFJC Monday July 13. They is getting around: "Mercury is the best buy." For proof just

WE HAVE were from the Workshop in Higher

Education Junior College and the Education.Workshop They in; look how Mercury sales are soaring. More people are seeingit


Tobacco Twine! semester.make a visit to the campus each driving it, buying it every day. If you haven't yet sampled.


WE HAVE PLENTY TOBACCO POISON FRESH GARDEN NEW PHYSICIAN the best-rated buy in its field, better get in today! .


: SEED. VEGETABLES.. FRUIT, LARD CANS. WIRE FENCING Dr John B Brinson, Jr of Monti- '

POTATO PLANTS cello will arrive Monday, July 20.
GROCERIES SWEET
STOCK SALT, 59 MERCURY-
with
to be associated in practice

Dr W J Coggins. .
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over last week on a dirt road near : ; CO.CORNER '
: HARDEE MOTOR
the Hanaon corr.muniQCoJSidera'Ole
Florida
Madison
Phone KU 3-2395 .
1CS S. Horry. damage was done \.o the truck! ,

but no injuries. No other vehicle STREETS Madison Florida
I BASE & HANCOCK .
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It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a
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goodness! support the Church. They are: (1)I For his

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S .At such moments, children seem like echoes of God's love. In the sake of his community and nation. (4) For

the sake of the Church itseJf. which needs his
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S :: child's simplicity, by seeking Him through the Church, we can emerge Tuesday Monday John Psalms 103 3 14-11 1-8 \

l', Wednesday Jeremiah 33 9-11
from life's shadows and stand again In the full light of eternal trutf Thursday Romans 14 19-23
Friday Psalms 23 1-6
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Maybe you think we're kidding? opportunities, better schools_ better your money when you buy somewhereelse
,churches, better neighbors. makes the cost of the actual
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that every cent you pay for goods and bring you returns beyond measure in a I
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TOBACCO GROWERS. : ,J' LADIES DRESSES' Shorts', Pedal Pushers, Blouses
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LADIES BLOUSE & JAMAICA
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We train you. Write AVON Greenville, S' C to visit her his parents Mr and Mrs E B Re Opening
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less of quantity; selective cutting or of Highway.90 & Shelby. -S
whole tracts. Please call ADEL, Central Systems Heat You're Ai s j
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GEORGIA, 7161 or 7501, COLLECT Pumps
or writeDELCOOK Get Acquainted3"ONONONOONOOO
Gas Floor Furnaces NON (/C I i Mrs Edith Bevan. of Tallahassee. I
TIMBER CO. I was the week end guest of Dr ,
The WelchCo. ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM j and Mrs R E Watson. !
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Phone CH 2-7355 STRONG instant-drying T-4-L Mrs John Henry Ilintermister and I
AND son, John of Gainesville were
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week end guests of her mother,
store. Watch infected skin slough
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Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. I I A. j- .A.A' A A A. .A.-Q Mr and Mrs Hernng.
Published Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance I f
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year

Advertising Rates Made Known on Application 1958 45' 10' W 2-BR WITH WE BUY

Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June WASHER

25 1908, under Act of March 8, 1879. Buyer Can pick up payments
Pine Timber-Pulpwood! Poles SawlogsT.

OWNERS: T.. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT JR. Used C f\\Windswept ,

AND ASSOCIATES OvjJy\JUL- 31. HOWERTON, JR. ,
1957 SKYLINE 29' x 8', 1-BR WITH HUE CHINA MJSYRAC utr
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T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher Many Others to Choose from 'visitors in Tallahassee, FORESTRY CONSULTANTS-TIMBER MARKETING

T. C. :MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor -x- PROPERTIES

MRS. A. W. VANN. City Editor KELLER'SMOBILE Mr C M Plant who i
very ill at the local
SID The principal street, or at leasta denvnt an amputation -
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4 heim street, named for their 1-MILE S. OF PERRY. FLA. friends will be glad to More refreshingFewer -

titrivEa :f great general. We visited the ON 19-98, PHONE 6004K

0 oy Mannerheim grave in a tour of

1959ql the city, also the Finnish Houseof J'JI1'A calories .
Mr and Mrs E F Dickinson arc
Parliament, the Olympic
on a vacation trip to Jacksonville
stadium, which seats 50,000 Peach Inverness Lakeland and ::::::

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lines are being large statue of the great Fin- BABY DICKINSON genuineGOLD -/

written on the train between nish athlete, Paavo Nurmi, and k .

Helsinki and Leningrad. \V< we thought how much better I Mr and Mrs Clajte Dickinson Jr Good NUGGET

are still in Finland, but will it is for us to glorify feats of of Tampa announce the birth of a

cross over into Russia later the mind and of the body thanto Mr son, born July 3, in Tampa. He is for theWhole
and Mrs Dickinson's third BUTTERMILK
son.
in the afternoon. It has been those who
heap praise on The other two sons, Robert and .
quite a number of years since multiply the sorrows of the David are here visiting their grand
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home, so we do not know years old, and operates a cloth- several weeks. BU'iUOTILMd

how they are at home now, ing store in Helsinki. The S Facts

but the car in which he is now I great department store in Hel- Guests of Mr and 1IrsVm Wim- by

is more luxuriously furnished' sinki is Stockman's and it berly for several weeks are her Family Jeatures bed fl.ssek.eplngBRUCELLOSIS
nieces, Miss Karen Peers and Miss
than were'those of that time. compares very favorably, with Suzanne Peers and their father, ------ ___ __ J JI
The train is not crowded, and any of the big stores in Jack- Mr Martin Peers of Clewiston. The Christian Science Monitor
whole One Norway St,Boston 15.Mass. AND T-B FREE CERTIFICATE NO. 434
it happens that he has a : sonville.

compartment to himself, witha beautiful trees cut up ands split checked.Send your Enclosed newspaper find my for the Your Local Distributor

of room to lie down into logs along the roadside. money order. 1 year $18 0 .
plenty I 6 months J9 Q 3 months $ -
and stretch out whenever he The Silver BirchOne Then there are many other r

.' trees here: the pines and firs, B. .
\vishes. of the great trees in the elms, the plane trees, the Name S. WARING & SON

this part of Europe is the
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chestnuts, the maples, ""' "
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City 3-6400
.Stock fied by its silver trunk. Right forestry country-we have ;
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The writer had a good-sized window, we can see any num- Finland. Helsinki also is a ti1; .<...;;./. '< ( : "'<{{;,: ,
ber of them by the roadside, ,
his standards, on shipbuilding city; our guide .J
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used! to them at home, we w r i' fi U
and had started to get up icebreaker i ship they were
could not help feeling a little
'when they told him to sit back building in Helsinki for Russia. .
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down, that there was more to .

come. It turned out that supper ,

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supper we sat around and SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY m

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This Mio-type concrete nod will last CO yean...and more.
were a Swedish woman; a

young Scot in his kilt-only Protect your'car the year ___ ,Drive it on America's new Interstate System highways
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man dressed that way on the ', around against rain, snow,
boat-and the writer. The heat and paint-fading sun..with a NAVACO Carport -
Also makes an attractive patio cover. You'll : .
Scot had thrown up his job in get years,.of maintenalcefree.service...because it's r':-/ New-type sound-conditioned "
Edinburgh, such is the enthusiasm made of finest aluminum with a tough, baked-on '. --' ,
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enamel finish and reinforced with extra-heavy tem ;... : -
and idealism of youth, pered steel understructure.The strongest,best value ,.. ", f" 1' : concrete will still be fun to drive in '75
and was on his way to Lapp-, carport on the market! Ask to see official Pittsburgh : ," j. \
Testing Lab report. Only $249.00 Protect your .
land, where the sun never sets f
$3000.00 to $5000.00 automobile!! ,
; Not a "thump"to be heard on this continuous-laid con
this time of to workat ",
the year, crete. h', almost like riding above the pavement Instead Built-in
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an unpaid job in a refugee i ., ':-**: *'of on it. Sound-conditioned concrete has no joints for Florida highways

camp operated by Quakers .LA R2O2AOSI$ ""'" ', .!-11 only tiny, sawed cushion spaces. You skim over them 'I'becramytntureofDeW-typeCOD- .
tOW M ;
% Ago, "'f J f. and don't know it! "Air-entrainment"prevents surface crete retkta skid even when wet. r
C f. roughening,keeps concrete smooth. Laid fiat,new-type No unevenness-,BO"fi hting the .
Feats of Mind and Body QUICK DELIVERY Call TODAYI .r ,r concrete: : stay flat and _W"1.11-t 50 years and more. wheel It reflect light, too. You '
to 4
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Helsinki is quite beautiful The Interstate System is planned for the traffic of light-colored concrete than on a
a 1975 when concrete laid today will still be "new" dark surface
city, with a population approaching ow't. i k .and fun to drive. ,

:.. a half million, and .

'..". ,_ its .people are very friendly. SOUTH. .DUVAL; ST. PHONE.. HU 3-4681 PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 1112 E. ell ilia! Drill. Orliifl, Flirlll '", '..-.$'
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Come clean with us and we will dye
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Phone HU 3-2577 Madison, Fla.

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W. B. Davis Jr. For All of your custom US FOR FULL INFORMATION ON: ALSO CLOSING OUT LAVA.
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Grinding; Mixing and TORIES. FLAT RIM SINKS
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: .
ACREAGE FARMS Formulating of top quality Coin-Metered, Unattended DOUBLE SINKS, COMMODES,

BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL feed, call HU 3-6616.. HAND BASINS ETC.

ESTATES APPRAISALS-MORTGAGE RESIDENTIAL CAVE'S F. R. M. FEED Maytag-Equipped Laundry Store

LOANS-ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE OF TITLE STORE. Madison, Fla. SOUTHERN SALVAGE COMPANY

112 West Base Street Easily operated in spare time in conjunction with other 111 S. Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga.
l MADISON, FLORIDA J..ScruggsFORESTER business or professionNo
Phone HU 3-62T7

BEFORE SELLING your timber Experience Necessary. No Labor Problems.
We REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. Planned investor of needed assistance FOUR HOSTESSES BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
or timber land please see me. program assures ,
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are also interested in buying a HU 36186MADISON. product training, and promotional help in establishing COMPLIMENT BRIDE ELECTMrs ,
GOODYEAR TIRESJIM'S
limited amount of pine-hardwood FLA. successful business. -
pulpwood delivered by truck to I

Foley, Fla.. or loaded on R R cars. FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm THERE IS NO CHARGE OR OBLIGATION OF ANY : T C McNally's home was BAY STATION
See, write or call KIND IN CONNECTION WITH OUR the setting Saturday afternoon fora
L. P. GIBSONRt. miscellaneous shower complimenting U. S. 90 EAST, MADISON -
3, Madison, Florida Timber Ranch Loans CONSULTANT SERVICES Miss Ann R>'kard whose mar-
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 I Long Terms Low InterestSEE riage to Robert Yates of Bartow BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB.

i M FOR SALE THE REPRESENTATIVE AT Florida Coin Operated Laundry will take place in early August.
THE MADISON COURT HOUSE Hostesses with Mrs McNally were FOX GO-BOY CARTS
her daughter Mrs Howard Hughey,
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING.
Spacious, 3-bedroom, large Equipment CompanyPost Mrs A B Zipperer and :Miss Jenobel HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.

kitchen, dining room, living Zipperer. Thirty guests were invited
t room, and family room. Two Radiator Cleaning and Office Box 5856 Philippine lilies predominated in stuffed dates, and mints I were
the
arrangements of white and served.
ceramic ,baths. Two lots. Near JACKSONVILLE 7, FLORIDA green in the party room. Fruit The honoree received many lovely

i I school and college. Only $2500 General AutomotiveRepairs PHONE: EX 8-4507 punch, sandwiches, small 'cakes, gifts.

down. (Subsidiary of Maytag- East Coast Company)
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Need your
COMPLETE PEST CONTROLFREE
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REALTOR McWlLUAMS\ GARAGE WUD-U ? INSPECTION

Phone, office, HU 3-6481
Phone, residence, HU 3-6481 LADIES BURKE EXTERMINATING CO.
Build a home on your lot or'farm
MADISON. FLORIDA Citizens Bank
Avon Cosmetics are in great No money own. 7 years to pay.
FOR SALE: Two lots, 10 and 11' demand. Service your home No abstracts needed. We do not O JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist
Subdivision. Phone keep your deed. As low as $35.70
in Yellow Pine One Year Old
territory and from $2 to
HU 32316. 44-4t-pd earn per mo. We build anywhere in 0 111 East Green St,
$3 an hour. We train
you. Florida, no travel added. Block or $ Phone 293JPERRY
Write AVON, Box 3103, Tallahassee
FOR SALE: Cow peas germination frame. $25 in cash for lead of
90 per cent and above. HOWARD The Citizens Bank of Perry Florida. sale mailed to- FLORIDAWe
HUGHEY. 43-tf-ch celebrated their first rthday
I Tuesday. The bank exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and
REASONABLE Home was openedfor HOMES
FOR SALE-- :
and adjoining Lots classified as business on July 7, 1958.A Listen for Setzer's Sizzling Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc.

.Business Lots, in Lee, Fla. Good statement of condition released Specials on WMAF. 902 South Range, Madison Florida ..
location, near churches, and school. today listed deposits at 4.
2622544.06 at the close of
and
Beautiful lawn; bearing pecan
equipped business on Tuesday. Total as- ..
fruit trees. Electrically :
sets almost reached the $3,000,000mark. ,
with both hot and cold water. .
Gas heat. If interested, see me
The bank listed a local loan .1
at my home in Lee, Fla. MRS. figure of $668,432.86.Within .
E TURLINGTON, POBox 14,
the first of =
year
opera .
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Lee Fla. tion the'b nk was "out of the red,"

FOR RENT: Two very nice, cool, a condition not anticipated by "
one bedroom apartments. Closein banking department before the
city, Ph HU 3-2523. MRS J J end of the second year.F nllU1 'Lr
NEWMAN. 41tf institution; Robert Roach, vice
HELP WANTED president and cashier and A C 1
HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. Lowe and Cecil Harper are assist-
Good Rawleigh business now ant cashiers. Harper joined the
available In Madison County. See ?
staff in September and was pro-
C E HOWE, 914 White St., Live moted to his present post on January
Oak, for information or write 1. '
RAWLEIGH'S, DEPT. FAF-140-329, rgaIIOfl
Memphis Tenn. 41, 45, 47. pd
ADS in this size type begin as lowas
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WANTED: Paint jobs. Experiencedneat $1.00. .
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painter. Reasonable price.
Work guaranteed to please.
PETE SUGGS, Ph. HU 3-6315 tIJZ17 \
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WANTED building: lot Residential within or or near Business City ONE OF THE 7 BIG BESTS CHEVROLET GIVES YOU OVER Q t q ,

limits of Madison. Write P. O. ANY CAR IN ITS FIELD 1 n 9i vlagOIIGTC
Box 265. 39-tf-ch
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Take it, not from us but from magazine "Chevrolet establishes
Wanted G official results of this year's a new high in daring styling." ,
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Mobilgas Economy Run: Chevy's 1.
2 Curb Girls pennypinching 6 delivers the most BEST' BRAKES

1 Waitress miles per gallon in its field. For a In direct competitive teals of repair 1
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1 Night Cook of these Chevrolet sixes with peated stops from highway speeds, '
Powerglide walked away with the conducted by NASCARt, Chevrolet
White Top Drive-h first two places in their class, get- out-stopped both of the other
Our "IPolicy"Package ting the best mpg figure-a whopping leading low-priced cars-and why '.r
and mixing 22.38-of any full-size car. not: Chevy brakes are far larger .
For your 'grinding .' gives \, And here are more expert* imparbuilt with bonded linings, to help .most wonderfully responsive-
on your farm, call WEST tial opinions and on-the-record lengthen brake life by as much as gine available today at any price.:" I

END MILLING COMPANY, 'you lota of'*, facts six backing bests us up on Chevy'sother 66%. BEST RIDE-

Qaitman, Ga. Call'phone 4971 tool! BEST ROOM :MOTOR TREND magazine call -
collect or contact. Mr Henry coverage, BEST TRADE-IN Official dimensions to Chevy ". the a.mootheat. most
reported
Mess r. Madison, Fla., Office This economical plan ems you] Check the figures in any.A.D.A.* A3I.A.J make this clear. For quiet price class.softest" You'll riding be car in tell iU
I 26-tf-ch Guide Book. Chevrolet used car example Chevy front seat hip ndto ,
:phone HU 3-6144. IOl\IIiu of coverage for] to this yourself, instantly A your '
your home including firev..] prices last year averaged up room is up to 5.9 inches wider Chevrolet dealer can about
LIVE STOCK AUCTION theft..liability..windstorm' $128 higher than comparable' than comparable cars. along I list of other advantagesbesides
SELL your cattle and hoes In our 'I. smoke-falling object' models of the "other two: BEST ENGINE besides these 7 big ones I I'National i
auction each Monday. Sales start at \ f".hail...Clus'breakage..J ..,
Automobile Dealers Attociation
L oo. MON'11CELLO STOCKYARDS explosion.This >n.and'more BEST STYLE Every motor magazine has given -

Montleello. Fla. 3-tf-eh with one policy<. ont"" It's the only car of the leading Chevrolet's standard and Corvette National Attociation for Stock Car ,
i premium.! Call us for details!! low-priced 3 that's unmistakably V8's unstinted praise.As SPORTS Advancement and Research
WADSWORTH IMorrow modern in every line. "In its price CARS ILLUSTRATED puts it: #Automobile Manufacturers Asto-
JOIIN W. class,",says POPULAR SCIENCE "Indeed this 'device is surely the ciation "

Insurance .
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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW STOP ITCHING! 4 YEARS sIN

CHURCHA ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST M A F IN 15 MINUTES. CONSTRUCTIONNew .

preaching service every Sunday1st CHURCH! 730 A, M. Gospel Music After using ITCH-ME-NOT, get WOOD

and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. 7:55 News your 48c back IF THE ITCH and Remodeling Pepsi-Cola

2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. Preaching Services 8:00 Baptist Hour NEEDS SCRATCHING. You feel Bottling Company

Sunday School 1st & 3rd 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. 830 Gospel Music the medication take hold. Itch and Howerton Co. Ph 171. Perry FlaOLDEST .

Sundays 10:00 a. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. 9:00 Revival Time burning disappear! Use instant-

Btaxday School 2nd & 4th Sunday SchooL 930 Gospel Concert drying ITCH-ME-NOT day or night

Sundays 11:00 a. m. Is and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. 10:00 News for eczema, ringworm insect bites,

Prayer Group Meets 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. 10:05 Sunday Serenade foot itch, other surface rashes. TODAY When

Mondays 9:30 a. m. Family Night covered dish UPI er 10:45 Prelude to Worship at SMITH'S DRUG STORE. buying your

:Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 p. m. first Wednesday night every month 11:00 Morning Worship : advt.
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Family Night covered dish at 7:00 prompt. 12:00 News E-R from Newsboys .

supper on Friday night Woman's Society of Christian 12:15 Afternoon Melodies

before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. Service meets Monday night alter 12:55 News A Prayer LARGEST
I Please DO NOT park in the ,
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Brotherhood meets alternately third Sunday at 7:30. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies -
with Rocky Springs on Brotherhood meets alternately 1:30 Afternoon Melodic street and make your newsboy run MOST STABLE
out into the street to make sale.
3rd Tuesday each monthat with Cherry Lake on third Tuesday 1:40 Serenade. In Blue (Sent in by Mrs. O. O. Mickler) a & ORDERLY MARKETIN
Kindly pull over to the curb.
7:30 p. m. each month at 730. 1:55 News "Lord, Thou knowest better than I
Our newsboys have instructionsto
Woman's Society of Christian How about it? Won't you worship 2:00 Hour o: Decision know myself that I am growing STAY OUT of the streets, and FLORIDA

Service meets Thursday after with us? 2:30 Musical Sunday older, and will some day be old. will
we appreciate -
1st Sunday monthly P K ROWELL, S S Supt. 2:55 News Keep me from getting talkative with us AND your THEM cocperating for 7 Warehouses

M 7:30 p. m. 3:00 Musical Sunday and particularly from the fatal
THEIR Thank
SAFETY you very 3 Groups of
JAMES SHEFFIELD. S. S. Supt. LEE METHODIST CHURCH 3:55 News habit of thinking I must say some- much.

4:00 Hit Parade thing on every subject and on every experienced operators

., FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4:55 News occasion. 2 Sets of
Preaching Every Sunday. Buyers
GREENVILLE. FLA. 5:00 Music A* Sundown Release me from craving to try
Brakes RelinedMcWILLIAMS
1st and 3rd Sundays
to straighten out af
5:30 oody's
Headliner & Weather every
_._ 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. MORE BUYERS THAN ANY
School 10:00 A. M. 5:33Sign Off
Sunday
2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. fairs.Make
Morning Worship ..._ 11:00 A. M. Sunday School Every PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO me. thoughtful} but not GARAGE OTHER MARKET IN FLORIDA!

Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. moody; helpful, but not bossy. With I
Sunday 10:00 a. nx ,
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. my vast store of wisdom it seemsa
Methodist Youth
Fellowship
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. :MBA.SON pity not to use it all but Thou More competitive
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6:00
METHODIST CHURCH ZEB-WILLIAMS.-' -' Pastor p. m Daily Program Schedule knowest, Lord that I want a few- Georgia bidding means a ,
friends at the end.
BOB SEARCY Sunday School Supt. -. Keep my mind free from the better price for
First
Preaching; Services every PLATE GLASSd i''
and Third Sunday 11:00 A. M. WMAF 1220 ON YOUR DIAL recital of endless details-give me YOU, the GROWER
PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 6:00 A.M.: On
and 7:30 P. M. Sign wings to get the point. Company/
School Sunday Preaching every Sunday 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. Seal my lips on many aches and / t.I t.
Sunday every I FOLLOW THE DAILY AVERAGE
10:30 A. M. Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. 6:25 World' & State News pains-they are increasing and my /- GLASS *
IN FLORIDA TIMESUNIONATTENTION
Family Night Saturday before Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M. 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour love of rehearsing them is becom- /GLASS BLOCK I

Every second Sunday 4:00 P. M. Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 6:45 Rudy Hamrick ing sweeter as the years go by.
(Mon. Wed. FrI.) .I ask for grace enough to list MIRRORS *
REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON. Pastor I Evening Worship __ 8:00 P. M.
6:55 World News to the tales of others pains. Help .
: HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting every 7:00 State News me to endure with patience. 215 W. Savannah Ave. I

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M. 7:05 Coffee With Ray Teach me the glorious.lesson that Phone: CHERRY 2-5285.

Morning Worship .__._ 11:00 A. M., W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ 7:45 World News occasionally it is possible that I Valdosta. Georgia Jl.flflnnn..fl.1.fLfL'UUl ]

Baptist Training Union 630 P. M. ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union 7:50 State News may be mistaken. -1-

Evening Worship _.._ 730 P. M. 7:55 Weather News Keep me reasonably sweet; I do

Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST GURR, Minister 8:00 Coffee with Ray not want to be a saint-some of !

Brotherhood last Thursdayof 9:00 Morning Devotions them are so hard to live with,

each month at _...._ 7:30 P. M. 9:15 Musical Interlude but a sour woman (man) is one
W3I.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. WELCOME TO 9:30 Music Unlimited of the crowning works of the Devil. f ft
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HOME BAPTIST CHURCH
Evelene Kelley Circle 10:00 News Help me to extract all possiblefun
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out of life. There are so many
3rd Thursday __ 2:30 P. M. 10:05 Music Unlimited
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
10:30 Music Unlimited funny things around us and Idon't
V. L. SINGLETARY. S. S. Supt.
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. want to miss of them.
'ALBERT KELLEY B.T.U. Director 11:00 Music Unlimited any
REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN. Pastor Baptist Jo'eningVorship Training' Union 6:30 7:30 P.P. M.M. 11:15 Public Service -AMEN If you are thipkingr of building anything-think: to get I

11:30 Record Session
Midweek Prayer Service 7:00 P. J.I.
12:00 World News
TO ,
WELCOME
Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes our prices on MAYOROC Blocks,' Lumber, Roofing,
,I MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH W. M. U. 4th Friday 730 P. M. My Go Has Went\ I
12:30 Talk Of The Town
Sunday School 10:00 A. M Jack Pickles S. S. Supt.

Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Royce Tuten B. T. U. Director 12:40 Uncle Ned Shingles, Jalousies and Awning Windows,Doors, Nails,
Training Union _.._ 630 P. M. 12:45 State News
REV. N. M. ROWELL, Pastor (Sent in by Mrs. O. O. Mickler)
Evening Worship 730 P. M. 12:50 Farm News
Prayer Meeting 7:30 P. 'M. 12:55 Weather News My get up and go. has got up and Paints etc. -

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Church Business Meeting First CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade went : .
How I do know .that my youth is
Wednesday night'of each month. CHURCH 1:55 News *
all
spent.
Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second 2:00 Gospel Time "-
Thursday night of each month. Preaching Services every Sunday 2:30 -- Public Service But in spite of it all, I'm. able? to IT COSTS NO MORE TO BUY THE BEST
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Preaching Service Every Sunday Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 2:45 Afternoon Melodies -
When I think of where
my get up
Come Worship With Us. Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 2:55 World & State News :
has been. '
REV. DOZIER SAPP Pastor Sunday School every Sunday at 3:00 Afternoon Melodies
10:00 A. M. 3:45 Public Service Old age. is gold so I've heard it MAYO]

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. 4:00 News said: : I
But sometimes I wonder as I get : s
REV. I. T. CARTER Pastor Prayer Meeting every Wednesdayat 4:05 Request Parade out of bed :
Services every Sunday. 8:00 P. MLBrotherhood 4:55 World & State News my
With ears in a drawer and ,
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Sunday School 10:00 a. m. first Thursday every 5:00 Request Parade *

Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. month at 7:30 P. U. 5:45" >-. Sports Highlights My teeth eyes in on the a cup table; until, I wake\ HE PRODUCTS CO Inc.: -. <.' \
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Training 7:00 '
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'EeningVOMP 8:00 REV. 1, R. COLLINS Pastor
p. m. : 6:15 Twilight Tunes 'Eresleep, dims my. eyes, I say tomyself

Prayer Meeting Wed. 730 p. In. MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 655: \ News "
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L. D. S. SERVICE 701 South Range 7:00 Sign Off "Is there anything else I should .Phone Wift 4-3131 .,? '_-_: IT "ff, f :Mayo. ,Florida
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CHURCH OF JESUS Bible Study ____ '10:00.4. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO have laid on the shelf' q f 'r\ > : ".
CHRIST OF Lord's Supper and CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE I'm happy to say as r close my

L.LATTER_ DAY SAINTS Edification _._-_ 11:00 A. ILBIb door,
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Sunday School .........,' 10:00 a. m. Preaching _... ._ 7:30 P. M. Fishing haps even more. .

Sacrament Meeting '.'." .. 11:00 a m. Ladies' Class .... -. Thursdays When I was young my slippers Great Team :
Relief Society and Priesthood Time BRYAN ELECTRIC.CO, were red.I .
and plan as announced could kick up heels right r
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'ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN i iI COMPLETE LINE OF. When I grew older my slippers :
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
i LEGION MALI were blue; .

E R. CARRYL. Branch Pres. Evening Morning Worship Worship __"l.OO 7:30 A.P. M.M. Foreign Car But still I could dance the whole I

RIDGE ROAD, CHERRY LAKE night through. .
Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P. M. Now rm old. my slippers are black.I .
Tires & Tubes
REV. B. B. BRICKLEY Pastor 8
NEW HOPEFUL walk to the store and puff my .

MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH way back. i
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH as well as the famous regular I that youthis }
Services every tint and third The reason know my I

Sundays at 11 a. nu and 8:00 p. m. Welcomes You GOODYEAR line all spent: ,

Sunday School every Sunday. 10:00a. Services Every Sunday Yellow Pine Truck Stop My get up and go has t got up and ,
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Union every Sunday 7:00p. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. But I don't really mind when I s :

m. i' Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. think with a grin. I

f' W. T. RYCROFT. Pastor' Choir Practice 6:00 P. M. OH MYACHING Of all the grand places my get up

Training Union 630 P. M. has been. MEDDERSI

f \!OSELEY HALL BAPTIST Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Since rye retired from life's competition rs

CHURCH Prayer Meeting \ved. 7:30 P. M.SEVENTHDAY BACK I .

REtf.:. JACK LAMB -=. PastorS. Now! Yoa can get the fast relief you I I busy myself with complete re- _
ADVENTISTCHURCH headacheand
need from backache, '
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R. S"cp Chairman Board of muscular aches and pains that often petitien. I I
cause restless lPhts and miserable tired- I get up each morning and dust
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Deacon Mad- ow t feelings When these discomforts
Services every Saturday at !
Billy B IInf"V BTU Director come on withes rtioD or stress and off my wits. AMOCO STATION
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Mrs 1T\d"v c;Vionl ---"-10-Oft- A. M HAROLD YATES Pastor Telephone 'to ways ease 1.torment by speedy of pain-relieving nagging backache action., So I eat a good breakfast and go I: :

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