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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 24, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
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OF PUBLIC HEARING ON V { i PRICES HIGH ON

MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, S.CHOOL BUDGET LOCATES IN MADISONDr 'OPENING DAY t


FOR 1959-1960 John B Brinson began the -

general practice of medicine in i
The big Madison tobacco market
According to the provisions of Florida Statutes the Board of Public Madison Monday of this week. He opened strong Thursday July 23rd!

Instruction, Madison County, Florida will hold a public hearing Friday is associated with Dr Wilmer J More buyers, two warehouses of

July 31, at 7:30 P. M. on the 1959-1960 School Budget. The meetingwill I Coggins.Dr tobacco, large crowds high prices!

be held in the County Board Room in the Madison County Court i Brinson, a native of Monti- That was the story on opening day.

House. A summary of the budget is shown below: K k:3 I cello Fla graduated from the Uni-
a Twenty-two hundred baskets of
I versity of Florida with B S degree tobacco
were sold with another
SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS xz in 1948, and from the University
sale of 2200 set for Friday, the
:1. Receipts (Estimated) I of Miami Medical School in 1957. 24th. Next saleill be
Monday.
(a) Federal Sources i $ 15,500.00 | He finished his internship and residency July 27th.It .

(b) State Sources 864,182.00 at Henry Grady hospital in
all adds up to the best mar-
and District Sources 14,6,474.00, Atlanta in 1959.
(c) County j June
I -.-, ...,., _'-1 _.. "' .W ."II!' I ket Madison has ever had so SELL
(d) Racing Commission 75250.00 i Dr Brinson is a veteran of World

(e) Cash Balances Carried Forward 12.282.00 I Bob Lay of Radio Station was presented by Major George War II. He served in the 8th Air I YOUR TOBACCO IX MADISON,

Investments (Book Entry) 63,282.00 WMAF was presented the United Clark, for Major General Clark Force and accomplished 25 missionsin you'll be dollars ahead. Smothers.

2. Estimated Expendituresa States Army Certificate of Achievement Rufner, Commanding General third the European Theatre of Ope- i for Hull, and. Jarrell will be looking

( ) Administration 30889.00 for assisting in the procureUnited States Army. Also presentment rations. I you.NEW

(b) Instruction 820,192.00 of quality enlistment for the was SFC Everett M Fielder, the His parents are Dr and Mrs JI I I

(c) Operation of Plant .. 39,500.00 United States Army. The award local U S Army Recruiter. B Brinson, Sr, of Monticello. MANAGER AT

(d) Maintenance of Plant 16,500.00e I PRECISIONWARERobert

, ( ) Auxiliary Agencies 94,400.00 POLIO BOOSTER SHOTS
HANSON
(f) Fixed Charges 'f. 13,665.00g NEWS Arden Brown, on leave from E Warner, formerly of

( ) Capital Outlay : 39,198.00h Word has been received from Fort Dix, N J, spent a few days Dublin, Ga, is new manager at the

( ) Debt Service (Amendment No. 1 Bonds) 44421.00 Florida State Board of Health that The Annual Sing at Pine Grove here this week with .home folks. local Precisionware cabinet plant.

(i) Remittance to other counties (Junior College Salk polio booster shots be Mrs Brown will receive her Mas.ter's -
" may Sunday was enjoyed by everyone degree this summer from FSU
transportation) 2,500.00j given to all children who completeda present. There was good attendance, then return to Cranford, N J to PRESBYTERIAN SERVICESRev
( ) Transfers Florida .n\l
to North Suwannee River
series of three shots two years good singing and plenty of dinner. resume teaching there this fall.
Junior Colleges, 5% :Minimum Foundation R T Wallace of Thomasvillewill
, ago. If your child has had only Mrs Mary Warren of St Augustine -x-
; Program Minimum Effort required by County 5,100.00 three shots before July, 1957, consult is visiting relatives and friends Mr and Mrs J T Brinson and hold services at the Presbyterian -
(k) Transfer of 1 Mill Levy to Support Maintenance children, Rose Mary, Jeanie, and church Sunday morning
t your family physician or the here. ..
of North Florida and Suwannee River Jr. Colleges 7,323.00 County Health Tommie, of Pinetta, left Tuesdayfo July 26th, since the pastor is avray.
Department. Mr Job Kaiser
of Lake Wales
(I) Reserves (Investment Balance SBE Bond Account spend a few days with relatives In the evening Mr T C Merchant,
Clyde L Brothers, M D last week here with his
\ spent daughter
book in Augusta, Georgia Miss Linda
entry) $9,23200 Sr, who recently returned ..from a
II s Health! Officer47iteh Mrs Mary. Bush and family.Mr Brinson is the guest of Miss La- trip to Russia and other Europe: .
", ** and Mrs Delbert Williamson Verne Brown while they are-away.x .
DISTRICT d Hf: INTEREST -
$ AND SINKING FUND countries, will hold the service
1. Receipts and twochildren. Delbra and Keithof -
and connect with them some observations -
(a) Taxes \ *... .$ 2712.00 OAK HILL 'NEWS Moody Field were visiting rela- Mr Wayne Weger of Madison of the trip and show slide
2. Expenditures f tives here Sunday. They also attended and# Mr and Mrs J M Wells of
.i of some of the countries visited.
the Sing at Pine Grove. Perry and their son attended the
(a) Bonds 2,000.00b Mr and Mrs Raymond Hugheyand Everyone is cordially invited.
( ) Interest 500.00c daughter Teressa of Jackson- Gift Show at Atlanta July 19-20.

( ) Commissions 200.00 ville spent a week' with his mother MADISON DROPS GAME Mr Weger purchased new china

Total Appropriations & Reserves Not Including Bond Dist. 1,181,970.00Total Mrs J L Davis recently. Teressa TO HAHIRA patterns jewelry and gifts for I Rev and Mrs J M Gammon and

Proposed Expenditures and Reserves 1,181,970.00 remained with her for a longer fall merchandise for his store in four children left Monday for

MILL ACE stay.Mr Hahira's Twin Rivers league baseball Madison. Montreat N C where Mr Gammonwill

1. General School Fund 10 mills and Mrs Cecil Crafton and team defeated Madison Sunday -x- take part in the World
family, Mr and Mrs John Defore
2. Special Tax School District 10 mills and 11 to 2. Other league games saw. Mr and Mrs R C Dickinson visited Mission Conferences in Montreat
family of Macon, Mrs Doris.
9 mills Support & Maintenance i Davis and family of Valdosta, and Stockton defeating Valdosta 8 to Mr and Mrs Clayte Dickinson Jr and in Massanetta Virginia. Mrs:
I
1 mill Support Maintenance North Florida Mr and Mrs J L Davis attendedthe 3, Moultrie overcoming Remerton in Tampa over the weekend. Gammon and children are visitingher

and Suwannee River Junior Colleges Davis family reunion inVest 12 to 2. and Lax squeezing past Their grandsons, Robert and David sister Dr Lalla Iverson in

3.' Bond District No. 4 4 mills Ilorida at the home of Mr Jess Live Oak 4 to 3. who have been visiting them for two Washington D C while Mr Gammon

This budget will be submitted to Honorable Thomas D. Bailey Davis last. week end. Mr Davis re- TEAM STANDING I I weeks, accompanied them back to i is at the conferences. Miss

State Superintendent on August 1, 1959, subject to final action by the mained for a longer visit with his W L Pet their home. Toni! Jean Wells accoi.-.panied themto

Madison County Board of Public Instruction on the above date. De- brothers. Valdosta ..._m..._____ 14 4 ,77 8 -x- Montreat where she is attendingthe

tailed copies of this budget file for Mrs Ada Woods of Ocala is visiting ......._.__._
are on your convenience to examine. Lax 12 6 .667 Dr and Mrs J A Davis and two Presbyterian Young People's
her brothers :Messrs
Ellis and
The public is invited to attend this hearing. Burton Coody and sister Mrs Jim Moultrie ___ 12 8 .600 children, Jimmy and Becky, and Conference for a week.

Respectfully submitted, Hinton. She also attended servicesof Live Oak .. 9 9 500 niece Miss Betty Bevis left

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ML Horeb Annual Big Meetingthis Hahira __._..__._____ 9 11 .450 Wednesday on a ten days' vacation Mrs A R Morrow and Mrs

MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA. week. Madison m________._ 8 10 .444 trip to New York City.x Pearl Scott of Aford spent last

By: MARCUS W. CHERRY, Chairman ANNUAL MEETING Stockton __......_..... 7 12 .368 week with Mr and Mrs Fred

The Annual Big Meeting at ML Remerton ..._.__ 3 14 .176 Miss Evelyn Bates of Invernessand Mickler and other relatives. Mrs
Horeb was well attended, with old
Mrs Latham Sims of Jacksonville Mickler and guests and Mrs R L

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON friends and new enjoying the B-0-W ANNUAL FISHING TRIP I are guests of Mrs P J Parra- Millinor were spend the day guestsof
preaching
fellowship and dinner
NORTH FLORIDA JUNIOR COLLEGE BUDGET the grounds. on I more for a visit en route to places Mrs Edward Bishop in Aucilla

1959-60 Mr I E Reaves and Mr and Mrs The B-0 W Sportsman Club boys I in Missouri to visit relatives I during their visit here.

According to the provisions of Florida Statutes the Board of Public Joe D Agner and family spent some from 8 to 16 will have deep sea

Instructioh, Madison County. Florida will hold a public hearing Friday, time Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jim fishing trip on August 11th and NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON

July 31 at 7:30 P. M. on the 1959-60 budget for North Florida Junior Reaves of Hahira. SUWANNEE RIVER JUNIOR COLLEGE BUDGET

College. The meeting will be held in the County Board Room in the Misses Vivian and Doris Penn- 12th.All members are to be preparedfor 1959-1960 .

Madison County Court House. A summary of the budget is shown below: ington are spending this week with the occasion and all new members According to the provisions of Florida Statutes the Board of Public

SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE the Crafton families while their must be in good standing before Instruction Madison County, Florida, will hold a public hearing Friday,

1. ESTIMATED RECEIPTSa parents are vacationing in West July 31, at -7:30 P. M. on the 1959.1960 budget for Suwannee River
the end of July.
Palm Beach and Miami. Junior College. The will held in
meeting be the County Board Room
( ) State Sources $136,762.00b
Gordon W Selman, Field Repre-
Mrs Lilla Crafton returned Thursday
in the Madison County Court House. A
( ) County & District Sources 33,129.00 sentative. summary of the budget is shown
after a short visit in Valdosta.Mr below
( ) Transfers "*' 9,704.00 :
c
and Mrs John Brantley and SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE
,
(d) Federal Sources ; 8,500.00 children of Jacksonville were visitors COUNTY COURT JURY VENIRE 1.

(e) Cash Balances 4T: | : 11,000.00 for the week end with Mrs Estimated Receipts oJ
(a) State Sources ,
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURESa Lillie Sexton. Miss Frances Sexton 1 S 45.979J05
REGULAR JULY 28, 1959 at ten
.
( ) Instruction ., 167,050.00b returned home after a two weeks' AIMI (b) County & District Sources 7,200.09

( ) Operation of Plant '. f-i 13700.00 visit with the Brantleys.Mrs N Baldree W T Sever Virgil (c) Transfers ., 2,300.00
Sam Hammock and sister 2. Estimated Expenditures '
(c) Maintenance of Plant ; 1.400.00 V .
Lewis. A E Sever J E Drew, P KHamrick. '
. (d) Auxiliary Services 1,300.00 Mrs Albert Grifl'l1of Plant Cityspent (a) Instruction : $ 49,23000
Hilbern R LCrafton.
several days with Mrs Sally Zipperer. (b) Operation of Plant '
(e) Fixed Charges 2,600.00 j 4,750.00c
Hammock and Mr and Mrs Tommie William H Sever. Johnnie .
.
( )
Capital
(f) Capital Outlay"I M : 8,000.00g Outlay 1,000.00d
Hammock. also attended Earl Everett. W R
They a Martin. HendryB
( ) Reserves for Contingencies 5.47OOO ( ) Reserves and Balances at Close of Year 499.00
fish fry in their honor and visited
R Bailey. G C Blanton, L A
Total Receipts, Transfers & Balances. 199,520.00 relatives at Ochlawilla. Total Receipts, Transfers & Balances 55,479.00
Clements Sim H Andrews J H
Total Appropriations & Reserves 199520.00 Total Appropriations & Reserves 55,479.00
Mr and Lester of
Mrs Terry
Thomas R D Davis, Richard E
This budget will be submitted to Honorable Thomas D Bailey State Plant... City are spending some time This budget will fee submitted to Honorable Thomas D Bailey, Stata
Bland. Fred. T Mickler. Alton LEakins.
Superintendent on August 1, 1959 subject to final action by the Madison with Mr and Mrs Lon Terry and Superintendent on August 1,1959, subject to final action by the Madison

County Board of Public Instruction: on the above date. Detailed copies .other relatives. Lewis Owen Taylor L L County Board of Public Instruction on the above date. Detailed copiesof

of this budget are ,on file for your convenience to examine. The publicis Mr and :Mrs Lon Terry visited J Edward. Whiny David Thigpen. this budget are on file for your convenience to examine. The pu'ala

invited to attend this hearing. his brother-in-law and sister Mr C'W. Burnett. Jim McLeod. J C : is invited to attend this hearing.
and of Live James Rudolf C E
Mrs Hugh Landing Lyons. Bailey.
Respectfully submitted<< Respectfully submitted
Oak Sunday. T J :
John
Sever Bass. Tanton.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONMADISON
Mr and Mrs. Stacy De1a.lnml.ndbaby Herbert } 1ford. L D HaskelL
MADISON. COUNTY, FLORIDABy spent the week with relatives Tommie Herring. COUNTY, FLORIDA .
: MARCUS W. CHERRY Chairman in' 'Jacksonville. BY: MARCUS W. CHERRY. Chairman


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Hello friends _Yes, We are 6 Years Old in the Retail Dry Goods and Shoe Business, as if

If orlIIlove lMr /: E was July 25, 1953 when We Opened THE ECONOMY STORE. We are Proud You Have E

Let us Help Serve You During This Time, and so We Again CELEBRATE the Occasion by

and Mrs Jack Collins reCanada, Detroit and Grand Rapids, Giving You These Unusual Specials. We can List, Only a Few.
turned Wednesday from a motor Mich, places of interest in Ohio,
vacation trip visiting in Ontario, Indiana and Illinois.
i j I SALE BEGINS JULY 24 AT 9 O'CLOCKAHD

I NOTICE E E

I Notice is hereby gI en that the Board of County Commissioners RUNS UNTIL WELL! WHO KNOWS?
i for the fiscal ....
I will hold a hearing on the following proposed budget year
I or 1959-60, at their next regular meeting August 5, 1959, at 9:00 am.

FOR THE FISCAL ESTIMATED GENERAL YEAR ENDING REVENUE EXPENSES SEPTEMBER 30th, 1960 c 1/3> OFFON SHOES"While MEN'S SHIRTS C 1


:Ale zn No.County Commissioners Classification Salary Last$4,700.00 Year This$4,700.00 Year Last"Onlv Reduced 0 I
They
212 Salary Clerk & Secretary to Board 3,600.00 3,600.00
216 Salary, Supervisor of RegIstration 2400.00 2,400.00 ON LADIES' DRESSES
217 Salary, Sec. State Attorney & Circuit Judges 1,700.00 1,700.00 3.95 Now 3.49
Clerk Circuit Court, Miscellaneous 200.00 200.00
221 00

225 224 Salary Salary, Tax Tax Assessor Collector 7,000.00 6000.00 7,000.00 6,000.00 9.98 Now 6.98 $1 2.98 Now 2.69 N

500.00 500.0 Per ProSPECIAL
227 Inquests
241 Court House Maintenance 6,000.00 4,000.00 7.98 Now 4.98 1.98 Now
241A Salary, Janitor 1960.00 2,120.00 I O 1.79 0

242 Maintenance, Welfare & Library Buildings 300.00 I 5.98 Now 3.98
249 Rent, administrative offices, health & Cty agt 300.00 866.40I I AND

Z61 2G2 Ejection Legal Counsel Expense and legal advertising 2,000.00 3,000.00 2,000.00 3,000.00 I M 2.98 Now 2.00 RACK 1 Group For jl/|

263 Advertising Delinquent Taxes 50.00 50.00 ,
267 County Library & Junior College 5,720.00 3,500.00 I "*
269 Administrative Supplies (Insurance) 7,000.00 6,000.00 LADIES' Loaded With Only $1.00 Each
269 Insurance 2,000.00 j jMEN'S
270 Office Supplies (HD agt 60. Co agt.. 200.) 200.00 260.00 Y PAJAMASReduced Y
275 Salary, Juvenile Court Judge- 1680.00 LADIES' AND CHILDREN'SDRESSES. DRESSTROUSERS
641 Health Unit 8,580.0012 I
{;. Tuberculosis Hospital 5000.00 3,600.00
552 Insanity Proceedings 2,000.00 2,000.005C3 f
County Welfare 7,000.00 6,000.00 I 5.98 Now 4.98 ft
005 Indigent Hospitalization 7,600.00 7,600.00 I t
671 Salary Service Officer and expenses .. 1,900.00 1,900.00 9.98 Now ] $$ ,
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674 County Hospital 10,000.00 10,000.00 3.98 Now 3J9 S 1
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681 Salary & Expense, County Agent 5,700.00 5,700.00
681A Salary & Expense, Assistant Co. Agent 3,900.00 3,900.00681B $ 00 7.98 Now 6.88 '
Salary Home Demonstration Agent 2,400.00 2,400.00 1.98 Now 1.59 1
Clerk & Supplies Home Dem Agt 1,550.00 1,050.00
tStC Salary I T Only Each T
681D 4H Scholarship (boys, 400., girls, 300, white)' 550.00 700.00b81E 6.98 Now 5.$$
4.J Scholarship (boys, 100, girls, 100, colored) 200.00 200.00 1.69 Now 1.19o LIMIT
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.681F Youth Com Contest 150.00 150.00 Others
68tG Maintenance County BuildingS 250.00 4.88
G81H Agricultural Center, Maintenance 3,000.00 3,000.00 I LADIES'Bedroom 0
6811 Farm Forester 2,090.13 2,059.83 I
SPECIAL REDUCTIONON
)81J) North Florida Livestock Show 500.00 300.00
6S1K Expense, Negro Co. Agt & Home Dem Agt, 600.00 SlippersSPECIAL Ladies' & Children's 1
682 Fire Control (Forestry) 9,102.00 9102.00 R R
85-1 Capital Outlay 5,000:00: 6,000.00 PURCHASE ALL Shorts & Tee Shirts
CS3 Parks & Beaches (Suwannee Paver authority) 3,300.00

I .219 CSS Bailiff Publicity Board County Commissioners 60.00 300.00 REDUCED FOR
E $ I 99 SWIMWEARFOR E

I TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 130862.13 119,738.25
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES 3,568.58 5,186.36 Each ClearanceVISITORS
I RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE i LADIES MEN AND CHILDRENMrs J

-- CARRIED FORWARD 14,000.00 14,000.00 1
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TOTAL BUDGET 148,430.71 138,924.61

Ale! No. Classification FINE AND FORFEITURE Last Year This Year s The Store

311 Salary, County Judge 4,080.00 2400.00 Economy s
314 Salary, County Solicitor" 4800.00 4,800.00 I
316 Salary, Sheriff &; Deputies l. 16,619.65
319 Salary, Jailer ., 2,920.00 H A
321 Clerk's Cost Bills i 9,500.00 9,500.00 "Where Your Dollar Always Buys More" i
323 County Judge's Cost Bills 700.00 700.00

24Justice of the Peace Cost Bills : ; 1,600.00 1,600.00 o V I II
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T25 Sheriffs Cost Bills i 20,000.00
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326 Constables Cost Bills 6,500.00 6500.00 I

328 Witness Fees -. 1,000.00 1,000.00 P MADISON FLORIDA E
34 X Jail Maintenance 2500.00 1
362 Servant Hire 1.095.0Q
II 262A Care of Prisoners 7,000.00 AND I
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329 Other Court Costs 500.00 500.00 I
364 Expenses other than .salaries (Sheriff) 14,762.00 I,
824 Equipment (Capital Outlay) 5,700.00 COMPLIMENTEDMrs
365 Investigations 960.00 t tLET'S
The Season Is Now Open
S52 Reserve for contingencies (Sheriff's Budget) 3,804.16 William B Clark and Miss
Phillis Parramore entertained at GODeep .
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 62,195.00 68,845.81 Hotel Madison Restaurant compli-
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES 1,613.71 3,321.52 Wilmer J. Coggins, M. D. menting two former Madisonians, Sea Fishing J
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE announces the associationof Mrs Neil Scott Weary of Arlington t
CARRIED FORWARD 8,000.00 7,000.00 Va, the former Miss Mabel ON
John B. Brinson, Jr, M. D. Daphne Smith, and Mrs Stacy "ThENNER"\ t I 4
TOTAL BUDGET 7L808.71 79,167.33ROAD for the Coggins of Jacksonville, formerly II

.. AND BRIDGE FUND general practice of medicineon Miss Virginia Latham, who was e 75 FEET LONG
Ac| No. Clarification Last Year This Year guest of Miss Parramore. Mrs 18 FEET WIDE ,
411 Salary, Supervisor & Foreman ,32,000.00 20, 1959
32,000.00
July Weary was visiting her parents, Q SNACK BAR !
415 Free Labor 20,000.00 20000.00 212 N. Hancock St. i Mr & Mrs Joe Hill Smith, in Live
422 Maintenance Equipment. 12,000.00 12,000.00 Madison, Florida Oak. A three course lupcheon was Charters Only On Mondays, f
421 Maintenance Buildings ',,} I 200.00 t served. Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays. II I I
423 Gasoline and Oil 10,000.0010,000.00 Leaves Dock 7:30 A. 3f.
(31 Road Materials I
30,000.00 30000.00 HAS OPERATIONMr Returns 5 to 6 P. M. .
451 RigtlFof-Way 5000.00 I
1' 1000.00 Robert Proctor, of Bradenton -
'. $5.00
454 Insurance 1,500.00 1,600.00 ..
who came last week for a i
634 New Machinery 20000.00 20000.00 TRIPS OPEN TO I
Gordon Ashley Jr and two visit with his daughter, Mrs Bill
811 H road and bridge tax to cities 2.00OOO 2000.00 INDIVIDUALS ON ;.
Crankshaft Brake children, Randi and Theo, returned Brown, and family, underwent FRIDAYS SATURDAYS
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 132500.00 128,800.00RESERVE' Friday from a two weeks' visit in surgery Wednesday, July 15, at AND SUNDAYS 4
Charlottesville Va, with Mr and the local hospital. He is recovering
FOR FOR CASH CONTINGENCIES BALANCE TO_BE 202.18 5,016.83RESERVE Drum and CylinderHead I i Mrs M J McMurray. They also I satisfactorily and is convalescing Capt. Bud TaylorSTEINHATCHEE :
visited in Washington, D C at the Brown home.
CARRIED FORWARD 11000.00 10,000.00 I
Grinding -x_ I FLA.
TOTAL ,BUDGET Mrs Maxwell Hadden and daughter -I Slim. Regular, Husky Levi trous- Phone i
143702.18 143316.83This
Jan and Mrs Hadden's sister,i ers or dungarees are now in stockat CROSS CITY-
is a true and correct,copy of the Budget as adopted by .the Board
General Repairs Mrs T M Lines of Tallahassee, and I II THE FAMILY STORE in.Madi. HY 83423STEINHATCHEE i
Of County Commissioners of Madison County on August 5, 1959. I
two daughters Helen and Jean, son. Your boy or man will like the
The above proposed budget represents no increase in '
millagv.
I DALE M. T.KST.TF;Clerk Board County Commissioners, Madison Co., Fla. McWilliams Garage have returned from spending some I Yale styles or the new Flip-top I
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REPORT OF CONDITION OF .

BANK OF GREENVILLE k. wMN Special!

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cf Greenville in the State of Florida at the close of business- June FOR THE TOBACCO MARKET SEASON

30, l59.

ASSETS .f ?tom Y

Cash, balances with ether banks, including J ; :ttatt. $7.50 PERMANENTS:

reserve balances, and cash items in I
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of collection '* 108297.45
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United States Government obligations, direct .f I -,- 45.00
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and guaranteed 762,511.5a< ns r

Loans and discounts (including $29.13 overdaJt.S) 650,703.73TOTAL I w ;

Beginning :Monday July 20th

ASSETS $1,821,512.68
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LIABILITIES Also many other specials in Permanents

Demand deposits of individuals *
partnerships .
For all types of beauty care
and corporations 606,003.07, Summertime means "vacation from school but not from safe- '
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Time deposits of individuals, partnerships v ty." Between 400 and 500 bicycle riders are killed each year in ,
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PHONE HU 3-6200 FOR
and corporations : 619,960.89 traffic accidents. Another 25,000 to 30,000 suffer disability APPOINTMENTS

Deposits of United State Government (including injuries. Half of these accidents occur in the summer months.

postal savings) 4,935.80 "Expect the unexpected when approaching these two-wheeled BYRON BEAUTY SALON ,

Deposits of States and political subdivisions : .. 328941.42 pedestrians." So says Carol Lane, women's travel director of
Shell Oil Company and for whom is named the National Safety BYRON HOTEL BUILDING, MADISON
Other deposits! (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 5,374.53
TOTAL DEPOSITS 1565215.71 Council's Carol Lane Awards program. :MRS. MYRTLE MILLJRON MISS MELBA SELPH, :'

Other liabilities 5,110.38 Senior Operators '
So far this summer over 100

You look through your glasses children have received swimming
TOTAL LIABILITIES $1,570,326.09 -The rest of tne world looksat instruction through the facilities of

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS them the Madison Recreation Center. cf. Madison.An .
Capital $32,000.00 TRADE WHERE THEY Classes are "now under way in Miscellaneous ShowerMiss arrangement of pink gladioli

Surplus 190,000.00 ARE MADE Junior and Senior Life Saving and carnations centered the dining

Undivided profits 29,186.59TOTAL under the direction of Billy Burn- Carolyn Mugge, brideelectof table, and arrangements of Philip-
Twiggs Optical Co. ette. the summer, whose engagementto pine lilies adorned the living room.
Randell H Rowe Jr of Madison,
4.0534
Valdosta Ga. CH -x-
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $251,186.59 Assisting in receiving and serving -
was announced her
Mrs Elmer Fisher visited her recently by
Mrs W T
were Coody, Miss
parents, Mr and Mrs Eugene
grandson Mike Fisher, 2, who
age
Jean
Billie Coody, Mrs Griffin
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1821512.68 Mugge of Greenville, was the in-
Mr and Mrs James Stanley at- is a patient at the Gainesville Hos- Bishop, Mrs A V Withers, Mrs
This bank's capital consists of: spiration for a miscellaneous
tended the wedding of Mrs Stan- pital, and his parents, Mr and Mrs shower evening Rowe, Mrs Mugge, Mrs C H RainsSr
Common stock with total value of $32,000.09 on Thursday given
par ley's niece Miss Janie Smith, Donnie Fisher. Mrs Fisher reported by Mrs D D Morris and Miss Della and Mrs C H Rains Jr. The
MEMORANDAAssets
Saturday afternoon in the First honoree received handsomeand
Mike is in a critical condition.x Martin at their home. The thirtyor many
pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for Baptist church in Tallahassee. Mrs useful gifts. Her gift from the
-x- more guests enjoying the party
other purposes 704,011.50'I Stanley's mother, Mrs J M Smith, G W Hale and hostesses was a handsome silver
granddaughter. included the honoree's mother, Mrs
T P McLeod. Jr. Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly of Tallahassee, accompanied them Sandy Lines returned home Eugene Mugge, and her aunt, Mrs and crystal epergne candelabra.She .

(SWEAR-AFFIRM) that the above statement is true and that It fully home for a week's visit.x Wednesday after a week's visit Joe Reams of Greenville, and Mrs also received a lovely corsage

and correctly represents the true state of the several matters here in Macon, Ga. R H Rowe, mother of her fiance from them. :

contained and set forth to the best of my knowledge and belief.T. IN TALLAHASSEE HOSPITALRep

P. McLEOD, JR. NOTICE MAKE APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOR TO Now at- SMITH DRUG STORE

Correct-Attest: Otis R Peavy, 47, was listedin
FINAL DISCHARGE
A. D. REAMS a satisfactory condition in Tall- -
(Probate Law 1933)) Dorothy Gray Cosmetics
LAWTON BURNETT ahassee Memorial Hospital after he
IN COURT OF THE COUNTY
F. W. REAMS, Directors left the local hospital Friday. Mr
JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY,
State of Florida County of Madison, ss: Peavy suffered a collapse at his STATE OF FLORIDA. 1. FOR A FRESH RADIANT'
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of July, 1959, andI home early Thursday morning after i4 COMPLEXION SatmV'
In Estate R S Williams
re the of ,
hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. having pains in the chest. Mrs Jr. Deceased. In Probate.TO I Salon Cold Cream:

Mrs Albert Byrd, Notary Public Peavy is at his bedside. ALL WHOM IP MAY CON- \\.J, Scrub Set
My commission expires July 5th 1961. ,
I CERN: FOR DELICATE. FLAWLESS
1ST CAV DIV Korea (AHTNC) /
/ New
Notice Is hereby given that MAKE-UP BEAUTY
MRS C A LANGFORD HONORED I MADISON COMPANYAT Wallace E Pickles, of :Madison, I have filed my final report as ,. ,Wild Peach Lipstick,

WITH FAMILY REUNION FT STEWART Fla, recently was promoted to Executrix of the estate of R S Sheer Velvet Film

Major Gen S B Mason com- specialist four in Korea where he Williams Jr, deceased; that I have ....,; ( Satura Sheen
The home of Mr and Mrs J B manding general of IV U S Army is a member of the 1st Cavalry filed my petition for final discharge : \ $ '
fOR HAIR BEAUTY
Davis was the setting Sunday fora \
visited Army Reserve units Division. and that I will apply to the
Corps 4 Ogilvie Sisters Hair
reunion of the Langford familyon
Honorable Curtis D Earp, County
two-week The 23-year-old soldier attended
the occasion of the birthday of undergoing their annual Judge of Madison County, Florida, ;Q'j Products
Mrs C A Langford, mother of Mrs active duty training at Fort Stewart, Madison High School. Before enter-
on the 29th day of August, 1959, for I ...AND MANY SPECIALBEAUTY ,
Davis. Sons and daughters of the Ga. ing the Army, he was employed by final discharge PREPARATIONS
approval of same and for {
honoree their wives and husbandsand Units from Florida are the Wynn-Dixie Food Market. as Executrix of the estateof '...BATH ACCESSORIES

their children present numbered Third Medium Tank Battalion -x- R S Williams, Jr., deceased, on "- \ t ...FRAGRANCES
thirty-three. A buffet style dinner ) and Head- Madison can be proud of its j. .
(Patton Headquarters this 17th day of July 1959. .. ,,
recreational center it is fine ,
served at
was noon. ; a
quarters Service Company, 67 ALICE CANTEY WILLIAMS,
Those present included Mr and asset to the community. In addi-
Armor, Tallahassee, supported by A Executrix of the estate of R S
Mrs Kenneth Haman and two chil- tion to the pool and miniature golf
Company, Pensacola; B Company, I Williams, Jr, deceased. SMITH DRUG STORE
dren, Pamela and Janice pf Pittsburgh course now in operation and self ,
47-4t-ch
Pa: Mr and Mrs John D Panama City; C Company. Perry; sustaining, plans have been madeto I

Fuqua and son, Kenneth, and :Mr D Company, Madison, and a build a dance pavilion and
and Mrs Donald Fuqua of Altha, Medical Detachment from Tallahassee. tennis courts to enable the Centerto TRUCK SAVINGS START WITH FORDI

Fla: Mr and Mrs C A LangfordJr serve the community even more. t'1t .
and daughters Miss Charlotte The funds for the Center are

Langford and Mrs Perry Lee, of Milwaukee, Wis. (FIITNC) strictly those of private donationsand

Perr; Mr and Mrs :Monroe Lang- Ervin F Merritt, ship fitter first pledges. Those who have con-

ford, of Jacksonville; Mr and Mrs rlass, USN serving aboard the dock tributed to the success and progressof

James Langford and three children. landing ship USS Donner, visited this project are to be com

Gene, Marcia and Leslie, of Tampa; Milwaukee, Wis. July 8-13 as part mended. ,
Mr and Mrs J B Davis and son. vast -xI' -
of Operation "Inland Seas, a
Jay, Albert Davis. Mr and Mrs naval exercise to celebrate the Mr and Mrs John Federowickhave

Henry Messer and Mr and Mrs.J opening of the St. Lawrence Sea-I' returned to their home after

B Davis of Madison. way this summer. 4 weeks absence. Mr Federowick (L
:
-x- underwent surgery at a Jacksonville -
Miss Charlotte Woodward oJf Mrs J 0 Wade has returned froma hospital and Mrs Federowick

Pinetta attended the Summer two weeks' visit in Windemerewith visited her son, John Bochnia. Miss

Formal at FSU Friday night. She her brother and family, Mr Ann Bochnia a grand-daughter 1 -

was a feature performer on the and: Mrs D L Weeks. Mrs Jack returned with the Federowicks for Yl N
floor show during the intermission Wade and daughter Sissy, and I w
r contributing a solo dance. She was Mrs George Hendry spent the week I,a visit. 9

accompanied to Tallahassee by her end at Windemere with Mr and -x-
City Scruggs, former resident- of
Mrs Weeks and were accompaniedhome
parents, Mr and Mrs Jack Wood
ward. by Mrs Wade Sunday. Madison is a patient at the Broward '"

__" _" _" """ _,, ,,,,_ ,, Hospital at Ft Lauderdale' Fla.
-- " --- --- ---- ----- -- - -x- i IHI ECONOMY CXAMP-Ford F-tOO Slyfe.

Mr and Mrs R6y 'Pearce of Val- > side Pkkwp-is tfM smooriiwt riding tool
Available in ''/,- or 8-foot box bngtfe..
dosta Ga attended Mt Olive Bap-
w
tist church Sunday. ,


Don't Throw That Slick NOTICE FLORIDA TO STATUTESIN CREDITORS Most economical pickup


THE COURT OF THE COUNTY


Tire JUDGE FLORIDA., MADISON IN PROBATE.In COUNTY.. ----fi by 25.2 % !'

away Deceased.TO re: Estate. of Emma B Boon ;

Try (N
ALL CREDITORS AND PER- .40'' '

SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS ::" '59 Fords win certified economy tests
:
BRING IT TO THE AGAINST SAID ESTATE: ; ? ::' { 25.2% more miles per gallon
1
You and each of
you are hereby } r. --y .L.: .- than average of other !leading makes!
notified and
required to present any r
North Florida Recapping Company claims and demands which you, or I y :1J ...-,, J Now! The biggest comparison tests of truck

either of you, may have againstthe w,"-: gas mileage ever made show you how you can

estate of Emma: B Koon deceased \.t,: At- __ __ _T save with your next truck!

On U. S, 90, opposite Ragans :Motor Co. late of said County to the =--i.-- Standard six-cylinder J ton pickups of all
leading makes were put through the same exhaustive
Madison Fla. County Judge of Madison County ,, road tests by independent research
Florida, at his office in the court '
firm. The 59 Fords won in every test! Alto-
house of said County at Madison gether, they averaged 25.2%more miles per
and get new tire service out of it Florida within eight calendar JIG T1UCK, SMALL Mia ForcTi- offers'oolhigh gallon than the other makes.Come in now!See
months from the time of the first spring and axle capacities for bigger poyloods. Yet a thecertifiedtestresults.TestDrivetheeconomycaepar
publication of this notice. Each son of factory suggested prices of the four champ of all pickups-the modern '59 Ford
WE ALSO HAVE RE-CAP TIRES FOR SALE claim or demand shall be in writ- leading two-tonners shows that it's the lowest-priced
two-tonner there is See this one first FORD TRUCKS COST LESS1Come
ing, and shall state the place of
residence and post office address ia where the savings are! F.O.A.F. UU 10 on.. UU 10 IfI....un 10.," roof
They will give you all the Tread Service A New Tire of the claimant and shall be swornto -

10 will, or more, and at much less cost by the claimant his agent or
attorney, and any such claim or

Yours for tire conservation demand not so filed shall be void. HARDEE MOTOR CO. -

BLANTONAs MRS MATTTE RAINS, VESTA

NORTH FLORIDA RECAPPING CO. executor of the Last Will and

ceased.Testament of Emma B Koon. de Corner Base & Hancock Streets Madison, EJa.If .

First publication July 24th 1959.
July 24. 31. August 7, 14 ; You're Interested in ar.e., Used Car or Truck-Be Sore to See Your Fond De.lRIDAY -*





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NOTICE I SPEAKS DREAM ON THE AMERICAN Mr and Mrs William-Tomlinsonand -

I two children: Don and Ann, of
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ClQIANC Tallahassee, were weekend
Phil Hoche, guestsof
Mrs Frances Sanders, director of prominent Orlando Mr and MrsV T
the Playhouse Kindergarten, requests insurance man, was guest speakerat worth and Mrs C D Hollings-
that you make your child- the Rotary Club meeting en route Tomlinson,
home
ren's reservations for the coming Wednesday and brought an interesting from a week's
SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, JULY 24th school term immediately. Ages 36. message on The American vacation trip spent in Pine Mountains -
9-12 a. m. Monday through Fri-I j Dream. Ga. They were dinner guestsof
One group of One of For Dr and Mrs
group day. information call HU I The speaker listed a number of Frederick Mickler
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S 3-6440 or HU 32577. i in Jasper, Friday evening when
advances
in the country over the
en route.

Shorts & Pedal Pushers Shirts, Shorts, Blouses NOTICE OF INTENTION TO complete past twenty freedom years from such mastoid as almost af- II Deedee -x-
MAKE APPLICATION FOR Smith. Nell Norfleet and
FINAL DISCHARGE fection, nearly total banishment of Marie Jane Cantey returned Sunday -
$1.98 $1,00 the terror of pneumonia, increase il from spending four weeks at
in health, greater prosperity con-II Skyline Camp Mentone, Ala. Others
Probate Law 1933)) sumption of more milk, cheese and in the Madison party who will remain -
ALL SHOES !/2 PRICEONE I IN COURT OF THE COUNTY other foods, greatly enlarged and I II four weeks longer are Mary
JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY. increased education, increase in J,) Gross, Bess Williams, Ginger
STATE OF FLORIDA.In Wells, Susan Selman and
RACK OF re the Estate of Mrs Hattie culture and reading habits, great I I Bunker. Tina
Shirts Harrison. Deceased. In Probate. increase in the fields of group life
Boy -x-
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Ladies' Dresses TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- and income insurance, increase in I Mr and Mrs James Pafford and

CERN: I the average span of life and other I I children of Monticello were guestsof
Notice is hereby given that forward steps taken in recent years.i iI Mr and Mrs T C Gibson Sunday.
25% off $5.00 A B Zipperer filed his final reVisiting Rotarians were Herbert -x-
: i. port as administrator of the estate I Acton of Danville, Ky, and Leonard I BEGINS BUILDING
of Mrs Hattie Harrison, deceased; Cobb of Trenton, Fla. Guests included -
r Y Green Stamps! that he filed his petition for final Dan
Walker of
Tampa and Howard Studstill this week
I ,
discharge and that he will applyto
,I the Honorable Curtis D Earp, Ferd Naughton of Madison. poured the :fSlmdition,,for his new

J/e County Judge of Madison County, building supply warehouse, display
Jlay Sizop Florida, on the 18 h day of August, lIrsViIbur Day and daughter I room, lumber shed and office. The
1959, for approval of same and Sharon returned Monday to their I structure will be located just south
Phone HU 3-6750 Madison, Florida for final discharge as Administrator home in Fellsmere from a visit I of Madison Stock Yard on the
of the estate of Mrs Hattie with Mrs Ruth Day and Mrs II 0:Mayo: Highway. Its area will be
I Harrison, deceased, on this 22nd Thompson of Greenville and others I II 11,000 square feet.
BROTHER DIES day of July, 1959.A. in Perry & Madison. Mrs Mr Studstill said that the build-
Thompsonalso
Mrs C C Armstrong and Mrs Walter 'i Late To Classify"FOR B. ZIPPERER. Administratorof I
I has another daughter visiting!ing should be ready in about
Harris of Madison are sisters. : the estate of Mrs Hattie Harri !
Clyde Cooksey, age 53 of Moore Funeral services were held son deceased. 47-4t-ch DL her. ;three weeks.
FOR SALE: My farm of 100 acres I
Haven, died Sunday evening in a Wednesday at 2 p m in the Moore on Cherry Lake-Greenville hard'
West Palm Beach hospital followinga Haven Methodist church, with
road, two miles from Cherry
lengthy illness. burial there. Lake stores, 65 acres in culti- ATTENTION TOBACCO GROWERS LISTEN TO THIS:
He is survived by his wife, three Mr and Mrs Armstrong and Mrs vation, including 3-bedroom home, : :
children and four grandchildren, Harris visited him at the hospital
I 3-room tenant house, good barn,
also two brothers and five sisters. Sunday. good tobacco barn with cookers WHY TAKE LESS THAN HIGH DOLLAR

good lake, tobacco and cotton
allotments. C.. SUTTON, R. 4,
Greenville, Fla. 47-lt-pd Jasper Led Market Last YearSELL

FOR SALE: 100 acres of land.
..EDGAR BLAIR, Rt 2, Madison. YOUR TOBACCO
Open House 46-2t-pd

FOR SALE: One 14 foot Runabout ON THE JASPER MARKET

Boat, fiber glassed. A :Mark 30
INLakeside Mercury motor, with trailer. YOU CAN'T DO BETTER !
Can be financed. Phone HU 3-
2597, PHIL HOWARD, Valdosta
Highway. 47-lt-ch THREE BIG WAREHOUSES WITH SALE
Terrace
FOR SALE: Good used treadle type
White Rotary sewing machine, EVERY DAY IN EACH ONE

$20.00. MRS C C MATHENY. PERSONAL ATTENTION AND SERVICE
QUICK COURTEOUS
Rt 3, Madison. Phone HU 3-2302.
Saturday Afternoon, July 25th 47-lt-ch FROMJasper's

2 TO 6, AND WANT TO BUY: 225-gallon Bu-
tane Gas Tank. REV. E L GURR,
telephone HU 3-2516 Madison, Friendly Warehousemen
Sunday Afternoon, July 26th Florida 47-lt-pd


..- 2 TO 5 FOR apartment RENT:with 2-room utilities furnished FOR HIGHEST PRICES! FULL SET OF BUYERS

ished. MRS B II HEAD,
.3 Bedroom Base St -furn-I

FHA FINANCING Masonry. Home, / WANTED and two: Two girls short or boys order. to cooks work i I BRING YOUR TOBACCO TO JASPERAND

in ice cream room. HILLCREST I
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APPLIANCES AND FURNITURE BY WELLS DAIRY BAR. See John Waringor REMEMBER THAT ;
Call HU 3-6446. 47-lt-ch I
: FURNITURE COMPANY II I I
Mr and Mrs George F Day have FRIENDLY HAMILTON COUNTY MERCHANTSCAN
returned to their home at Lake

. Broadus Willoughby Realtor Como, after a sisit with
SAVE YOU MONEY ON
her mother Mrs I Z Hughey.x .
Phone .Office HU 3-6481 Residence HU 3-6481'J4 j ::: ,. -
EVERY ITEM YOU BUY
MADISON, FLORIDA Miss Helen Row-ell is spendingtwo i

weeks in Macon, Ga visiting I IN THEIR WELL-STOCKED STORES !

.' her brother and sister-in-law. Mr
-.and Mrs Paul RowelL
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QUANTITY
TJEQ tG 17's 7 DAYS and 6 NIGHTS at MIAMI BEACH

..AOa F in the fabulous COLONIAL INN

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A:1': 0 FREE TRANSPORTATION
VIA DELTA AIRLINES

I S JUST ECISTER AT ANY SETZER OR FOOD FAIR
EACH TIME YOU SHOP!
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DRAWING TO BE HELD SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1959g4fliiiaij

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ITS NEW IT'S TRULY SARACEN
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A ALL PURPOSE!
j S v' Tex GIANT PKG 9 C ALL GREEN BUFFET 5 C PEARS

ME A' Detergent Limas 3 NO.CANS 2'A $],UU

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,, .': ,'. \WILSON'S CERTIFIED or BLUE RIBBON WHOLE ,

..'. c i.S: Setzers INSTANT \ SUGAR CURED HAM s SHANK HALFLB.OR 391r

-. !.. .., SMOKED .

-' ":t'1 '" C 0 F F E E r WESTERN LEAN f BREAKFAST PORK WESTERN CHOPS LEAN

ROASTAAIICON' S1.00 .
or 67 or ROAST
FIRST BEST GRADE WHITEBACON RIB
6 RIB 39C CENTER 5ge
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LB. 29c
..0zd61R CUT LB. CUT LB.

'. P.S.G. SLICED 10. OZ. PKG.39c. LADY FAIR OVEN READY 'I FRESH CAUGHT
ItOLOGNALUNCHEON MEAT I BISCUITS' MULLET
SALAMI 3 CANS 25c I 2 LBS. 25cArmour's
1-.. Ii: I IIY_ BLUE RIBBON FARMER COLORED QUICK HEADLESS
lINt Ii1I &;8. HICKORY GRAY TABLE FROZEN READY
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I I LIMIT-1= $5.00 ::ALL FRYING BISCUITS FINECOOKING 3 u N f J "1t Jl CHARCOAL BRIQUETTE S 20 'LBPKG 95
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LIGHTER FLUID STUFFED OLIVES529'
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BATH TULIP SELF-RISING HICKORY CHIPS 2 : 59' Milani{ BBQ Sauce 8J-19';
0 iON S 25 H G
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KAI.K\U\ BEST AVOCADOS Lt.BAlIi 2 FOR 19c
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: VALUE'ANACIN TABLETS GRITS OR 5 : 29C ,':r- \t> r' R A P E S 18 '
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BLEACH ;aT ( LEMONADE

PAR-KEN FROZEN
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SPAGHETTI I TALL1 WITH SOFT WHITE ICING! LADYFAIR Buns LIMEADEGARDEN
CAN ROUND Sweet 2 PKGS 25 C
WHOLE IRISH SPANISH LADYFAIR SLICED GARDEN GOLD FROZEN

A TOE S .TALL'.CAN BAR CAKE Hamburger Buns 19c Orange Drink
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FRIDAY JULY 24th. 1959- ..


H. P. SMOTHERS -W.\ B. HULL Don't Gamble With Your Year's Work

(known throughout Florida as the

BILL JARRELL ; Sell Your Tobacco In Madison

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IT'S A FACT 1st. Sale Every Day Selling 2200 Baskets Daily ,
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We have more buyers than ever before. I I


You get a better sale with SMOTHERS BROS- DONT GO WRONG SELL WITH I i


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Two big well I lighted dry warehouses. .

MADISON, FLORIDA

1st. Sale Every Day No Need to Wait f' N

(Florida's Fastest Growing Tobacco Market)
We sell 2200 baskets EVERY DAY.

Mayo Road Phone HU 3-6500
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CECIL w. WRIGHT I
I Mr L A Dickinson, of Jacksonville Mrs T F Hay entered the local.I Frank Littleton returned Friday j
PASSES AT LOCAL HOSPITALCecil I
TO SELL THE BIG is here this week for a visit with his hospital last Friday for a checkup -I from Thomasville, where he was a
W sisters, Miss Whittle Dickinson, and and remained several days for patient for several days for a :!
Wright age 46 of Lee I ;
Fla, died Sunday in Madison County -Mrs Roger Asbury. \ treatment ,check-up. (
Memorial Hospital after ---
brief illness. He was a native of a PIECE
MADISONCOUNTY Oklahoma, but had been living in
Florida about a year.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs LIVING
Mrs Loretta Wright, of Lee; five $iS 95
sons, Wayne Wright of Huron, ROOM
California, Jack Owen Larry and
Bobby all of Lee; three daughters,
Miss Sandy Wright of Oklahoma GROUP .
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Linda and Vickie of Lee; four
brothers, Owen, Argle, Dick and
Kay Wright, all of Oklahoma; two
sisters, Mrs Ruby .Cavitt and Mrs ,.
Elliott of Oklahoma, and three ,
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grandchildren.
MARKET'USE Services were held at 10:30 a. i
ro. Wednesday in the Midway iI
Church of God. The body was I.
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t' burial. The T J Beggs Jr Funeral
: Home was in charge.
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Radio & Newspaper .CITY PROCEEDINGS COMMISSION-

:MADISON FLORIDA
July 14, 1959 '
ADVERTISINGWMAF The Commission met this date
in special session with all members -
present. ,
Mr Loomis Leedy of Leedy, : .
Wheeler and Alleman Investment -
Bankers met with the Commissionand .
: '-
. the answered proposed questions Bond in Ordinancefor regardsto ;.; ,, ;, "

natural gas revenue certificates.The ".". ,
Clerk gave the second read .
J-
ing of the Bond Ordinance. Same ... '.. .
was approved
unanimously by the
-1230 ON YOUR DIAL Commission. :: Consisting of- Coffee Table '
Motion by Mr Brinson to award ; ,.' .
sewer and pipe bid for North Florida
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Junior Smith &College Gillispie, as Engineers recommendedby to Sofa BedPlatform Two Lamps :.:.- ; ,

THE MADISON Davis Meter and Supply, Inc ..

Thomasville The Clerk, Ga.presented a petition \ Rocker Two Throw\ Pillows :i '
requesting V M Folsom
to be a "
EnterpriseRecorderYOUR candidate for City Commissionerin Two End Tables Several Colors :
the City Election to be held "
July 28, 1959. Mr Folsom's ac-
COUNTY NEWSPAPER ceptancy was also presented. TVChairDOWLING ;
There being no other candidates
The Two Local Advertising Media qualified the Clerk was instructed (
to have ballots prepared for the .
election with V :M Folsom's name
Cocperating To Promote appearing thereon. FURNITURE CO.
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: :''YOUR BUSINESS :';.};1' ALEX ATTEST the Commission H.: .SMITH M.adjourned.V. FOLSOM.Clerk.. Mayor 128 N. Patterson Valdosta, Ga. CH 2-1515





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Graham Wheeler was his brother's Mrs L L Harper poured punch were of pink sweetheart roses. I I Mr and Mrs James Stanley had
Recite Vows in Double best man. Ushers were Bryan Wilson and Miss Carolyn Fulford and Miss Evelyn Horton Reppard The bridegroom's father' servedas as guests last week their daughterMrs

of Jacksonville and Kenneth Rosa Lee Macon assisted in serving. best man and groomsmen were Andrew Ramsey and two sons

CeremonyMiss Adams of Arcadia. Miss Suzanne Strupp kept the Weds\ R 0 Jones Jr. William Askew of Newnan, Dr Boggs and James of Blountstown.Mrs .

Ring LOVELY BRIDE bride's book. Hostesses were MrsC Kenneth MacDonald, Augusta, Ga,
George Barron, Tom Farmer both Charles Ward and daughter
Lowell '..1'nomaJvarren gave his E Jones, Mrs Anderson Day,
Ruth Ann Warren, daughter ;titer in maruase. fc>ne cnose bur Mrs Ruth Reams and Mrs Wm C Dade City, July 19-A candle- of Newnan Ralph Williams, Atlan Zandra returned to their home in
of Mr and Mrs Schley J 01 Strupp. light ceremony at 7:30 last eveningin ta. Dr Earnest Barron Augustaand :Jacksonville Thursday, after amooth.s
lull length
nor wending a gown
First
Presbyterian Church
united Tom Nolan, of WaycroSs.The .
Greenville, became the The receiving line was formedin visit with her mother
of
Warren tulle & lace designed with V-necK- Miss Evelyn Horton Reppard and bride's parents entertainedat
bride of Gene Wheeler, son of the une sparked vvita sequins and seed front of a background of palm Robert Otis Jones II. a reception at their home. Later Mrs JV Loper.All .

late Mr and Mrs G Wheeler of I pearls. 'Ihe snug basque waistline fronds, polished magnolia and pine. The bride is the daughter of the couple left for a wedding trip. Cinch-Back Trousers are On.

:Madison, Sunday, July 12th, at 1 einpnasized the boullant skirt. She::> After greeting their guests, the Mr and Mrs Aaron. Henry Reppard After July 27 the couple will sale at THE FAMILY STORE. Be-

four o'clock in the Greenville. Bap- wore macthing gloves. Her veil oi couple left on a wedding trip to I Jr, and the bridegrooms parents be at home at 147 Greenville. St., low cost prices 'will interest' youif
an undisclosed destination. Mrs are Mr and Mrs Phillips Jones of Newnan.
Church.
tist illusion was attached to a crownof Newnan, Ga. you need boys trousers for
Wheeler traveled in dress of Madison relatives attending the
Vows were exchanged before amassive seed pearls. She carried a white a The Rev H Reid Newland offi-. wedding were Mrs Carroll Bla- II I school or work THE FAMILY!
pink cotton with fitted
polished a
ana
of palms
background Bible topped with stephanotis, I I ated at the double-ring ceremony.A .I lock and Carroll Blalock, Jr. I i I STORE--By the bank. '
standards of white jacket and white accessories. Her
native greenery, Fleur de Amour, English Ivy and program of music was presentedby
gladioli softened with feathered centered with white orchid showered corsage was an orchid from her Mrs David, L Congleton of

fern and seven branched candelabra with picot satin. wedding bouquet. Dade City, organist and Mrs Dun-
accented with garlands of feather The couple will reside at 1304N can MacGregor of Los Angeles,
RECEPTIONImmediately
fern. Family pews were marked W 4th Street Gainesville ccusin of the bride, soloist.
with white satin bows. following the cere- Florida. The bride, given in marriage

The Rev W D Keis and Rev mony a reception was held in the REHEARSAL PARTY by her father, wore a gown of = 1WHERE'S
church parlor. The bride's table, Chantilly lace over taffeta. The
Julian T Maddox officiated at the Following the wedding rehearsal,
before decorated screen fitted bodice was high-lighted bya
Nupital placed a Mr and Mrs Wm W Bullock
double ring ceremony. Mrs sabrina neckline and
baskets of native a sprinkling
with floor
music was rendered by Mrs S B W J Bullock and Miss Ann Bul- of iridescent sequins. The full

Algeo, pianist, accompanied by Mrs I I greenery on either side, was over- lock entertained. members of the skirt terminated in a chapel train.

S E Sanchez Jr, violinist Rev laid with a floor length ruffled wedding party and other guests at Her veil of illusion was attached I.
Julian T Maddox was vocal soloist.' organdy cover over white taffeta their home in Monticello. to a winged crown of bridal pearls
Donald was her sis and centered with a three tiered and iridescent sequins. She carried, THE
Mrs Laney I BEST
PLACE TO
Bridesmaidswere wedding cake made by. the bride's LARRY JONES a cascade of white Phalaenopsis! y
ter's matron-of-honor. BUT A USED CAR?
mother, which was richly embossed orchids, centered with a white
Miss Nancy Harper and Miss i'
identical with wedding bells and rose buds, Funeral services for Larry Jones, orchid. AT YOUR
Andrews. They wore -
Velinda i'j
Miss Harriet Reppard was hersister's FORD DEALER'SHISGIVE
topped with sugared bells and 9 who died the homeof ; i'I
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ballerina length gowns of white age years maid of honor. The brides j USED CARS
crystalette and carried cascade sprays of lilies-of-the valley and grandfather, Prince Jones maids were Miss Jean Geise of i'I I you A NEW
in the Hall section of the
Moseley
net. Ruffles of pink and white net
bouquets of red carnations tied Americus, Ga, Miss Katherine KtNO OP PROTECTION
County were held from the Wig-
with matching satin. Their shoes encircled the cake. On either side Pilcher of Warrenton Ga, Ln Tom WHEN YOU B 1i
ginsville Baptist church ,
Sunday
to match their bouquets. of the cake were tall white tapersin Nolan, Waycross, Ga, Miss Lady I
were dyed July 12 the Rev J H Harvey offi-
crystal candelabra. Fans of Jones, of Adanta, sister of the I
Their head pieces were bandeaux of ciating. Burial followed .in the I
and Mrs Joe A Me-
white net and satin ribbon caught bridegroom
pearls with liliesofthevalleyand church cemetery. Tillman & James I Clain. Miss Kay Green of Ocala I *Every A-l Used Car IB impeded reconditioned i(.. eCnI -
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Debbie Wheeler and Ebie Page sprays Funeral Rome was in charge. i was junior bridesmaid. The flower I aary ,and road-tested. And they're warranted in writing
nieces of the groom, were flower fern were on each corner of girls were, Martha Ellen Slettedahl. by the exclusive ,new Performance Protection Policy! See
girls. They wore identical gownsof the table., The couple cut the first Mrs A H Armstrong entertainedthe Orlando cousin of the bride and can with the A-l sticker at your Ford Dealer. Used Car .
white crystalette with matching piece of cake with a silver knife Thursday Afternoon Bridge I Carol Irene Bennett of Valdosta Shopping Center.

bandeaux to their hair and their 1 I'showered with" white satin ribbon & Club last week. Visitors playing. Ga.The
match those of forget-me-nots. Mrs T C Merchant and Mrs James bridesmaids wore sheath
were dyed to I I I
shoes attendants. They scattered I I I The punch table covered witha Conway. Mrs T C McNally won dresses in chalk blue, designed F OJtD DEALER
the white embossed cloth held an the club prize and Mrs Conwaythe princess style. The back of the
lace
white rose petals from dainty arrangement of pink and white visitors prize. Parfait. and dresses featured large flat bow, .
and net baskets. cookies were served.X at the neckline and inserts of
Donald Warren Laney nephewof gladioli & was softened with small -- chiffon that extended into the hemlines USED CARS

the bride,
the rings on a white satin nestled in feathered fern. encircledthe Barnes-Smith wedding:IDt Tallahassee fastened to bows of blue organza. .
: punch bcwL" Their bouquets, of crescent design, -tlIHsrarID.: RECONDITIONED ROAD-TESTED..WARRANTEO "
lace pillows .. Saturday. ... .
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GOLDEN WEDDING Mac's Furniture & Appliance Co.
Mr and Mrs John Dickinson returned MADISON TOBACCO MARKET
ANNIVERSARYThe Monday from Charlottesville .

Va, where Mr Dickinson attended Madison, Florida
private dining room at Hotel
a Short Course with the
Madison was the setting Sunday for 'Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Welcome To

the Golden 'Wedding anniversary Co. They also vacationed in the
dinner honoring Mr and Mrs W A 'Smoky Mountains .
visiting Natural Kathleen'sBeauty ** Says **
Almand, of Sanford, Florida, Bridge and other places of interest

given by their sons and daughtersand before returning home. The Dickin-

their families. sons' three children visited with Shop d I
Places were laid at the banquet their grandmother at Niceviile, a SELL YOUR TOBACCO WHERE THE PRICE IS THE

table for twenty-eight guests. Ala while! their parents were on
Centering the table was the tiered the trip. HIGHEST! THEN SHOP & BUY YOUR FURNITURE

golden wedding cake embossed with -aIn FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL HU 3-6230 I

the numerals 50 in gold and topped WHERE THE PRICE IS THE LOWEST

with a tilted golden bell. A garlandof Gainesville this week attending Latest Hair Styling Beauty Care
gold pompons encircled the cake the H D State Council and
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that was flanked with candelabra short Course for women at the

holding burning tapers. Palms University of Florida, are Mrs
BIRTHDAY PARTY BRIDE-ELECT
COMPLIMENTED PANTRY SHOWER FORT
KNOX, KY (AHTNO-
magnolia and standard arrange- Almon Zipperar, Madison County

ments of gold and yellow mums Home Demonstration Agent, Mrs Mrs Carl Bevis entertained witha Mrs J J Sale- Army Pvt James L Fountain com-
Jr and
Miss Joan Mr and Mrs T J Beggs Jr, and pleted eight weeks of
and Albert Gentry, Pres of advanced Individual -
gladioli completed the decorations Madison
children's afternoon Sale
party Friday complimented Miss Marion T J Beggs HI entertained witha
in the room. County Council, and Mrs R L armor training Jane 13 at
% at her home complimentingher Moore, bride-elect,, with a bridge pantry shower Tuesday evening Fort
Crafton, of Oak Hill Knox; Ky. During this phase
Gifts to the bonorees from their Council dele-
small son, Stuart on the occasion party Tuesday evening at their honoring Miss Carolyn Mugge and of training. Fountain
qualified
children and grandchildren included gate. of his third birthday. Thirty Lakesde home Philippine lilies Randell H Rowe Jr whose marriagewill a driver of the as
among other things a gold braceletto -aMr Army's medium
small guests were invited to enjoy and marigolds were used to decorate take place this month. Thirtyor tank, passed
Mrs Almand and gold pocket and Mrs E E Reynolds, of the party with Stuart. the rooms.rides more guests included Mr and the .30 and .50 proficiency caliber tests with
knife to Mr Almand. machine guns
Oklahoma City, were- recent guestsof The birthday cake in the shapeof prizes were won by Mrs Mrs Eugene Mugge, daughters and qualified
as a with the
Mrs Almand wore a gray silk Mr and Mrs W S Cooper en the American Flag with 49 stars S H Moore and Mrs E P Sanders I' Misses Georgia and Penny, and 90 millimeter tank gunner

dress and gold throated orchid cor route home from visiting their and the red and white stripes, and I Jr. The hostesses 'presented the'I son. Jackson, and Mr and Mrs gun.

sage.Hosts son-in-law and daughter Capt and the favors of small flags red and honoree with an electric mixer. A Joe Reams of Greenville, and the

and hostesses and families Mrs Edwin H Cooper, in Jackson- white balloons, whistles and, suckers refreshment course ws served. bridegroom-elect's parents, Judge Mr Dan Walker spent the week-
Included Mr and Mrs Felton Al. ville. Mrs Cooper and Edwin Ice end at his home in
son. I emphasized a patriotic note. and Mrs R H Rowe. Tampa. He
cnand and daughter ( Geraldine Jr were accompanying them to cream, punch, cake 8nd oaJdjeswere Dr Eugene Smith is working at The evening was spent informally was accompanied by Elliott Flick
and Mr and Mrs L A Almand and Oklahoma for a visitx served. Stuart received many Emory Hospital in Atlanta. Dr with games. who is visiting his grandmother,

children Nancy and Steve of Lee. nice gifts. Smith, besides his practice is Mrs P J Parramore.x .
Mr and Mrs Ray Almand and
Mr and Mrs Joe Hughey and Assisting Mrs Bevis with servingand doing. research on cancer. He is Guests of Mr and Mrs Virgil -x-
son
daughter Elaine of San Antonio,
Philip have returned to their entertaining were Miss Betty a close relative of Mrs Virgil Henry this past week end were and Mrs Leonard Stephensand
Texas Mr and Mrs Paul :Almand
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and daughter, Janet, of Orange home in Tucson, Aria, after a Bevis, Mrs Billy Simpson and Mrs Henry Sr. Mr and Mrs Wesley Tabb and Mrs eight children are spending
ten days' visit here" with Wilbur Rutherford.Mrs -' Katie Tabb of Lake Wales. Mr and few
his mother, days at Mr Stephens' old
Park. Fla: Mr and Mrs C H At.
Mrs I Z Hughey. Mr and Mrs James B Taylor Mrs Cleveland Tabb and children home here.
mand and Watt and Don ol I
sons J C Keller of Tallahasseeis and son Scott of Shelbyville, of Polk City and S/Sgt Virgil
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Atlanta; Mr and Mrs Richard Alexander -x- a visitor of her son-in-law and Kentucky, who are here for the Henry of Albany, Ga.x Walter Green;r and son Carlton

and sons Bill, Roger and: Miss Kathryn Bernice Thomas of daughter: Mt and Mrs Wr y Webb.: tobacco season, are staying at the of Washington were Towne Square

Joe of Athens. Ga; and Mr and. Lee has graduated from Eastern Also guests of Mr and Mrs Webb: home of Mrs.C H Rains while Mrs Wallace Henry is very ill, Inn guests this week.

Mrs Cy Cobb and two children Air Lines flight attendant training are their grandchildren Joe and here, .' in St Mary's Hospital in West -x-

Franz ana Aronda. of Amniston. school in Miami and has been assigned Fay Macarages, of Starke. Palm Beach. She is the daughter Tommy Merchant, one of the

Ala. t to duty as a stewardess for -+r-- Mae and Shirley Merchant and I in-law of Mr and Mrs" Virgil E-R's new paper salesmen reports

the airline. She is. based in Miami. Mary Helen Ogletree of Lake Pamela Coggins have returned Henry. having sold 25 E-R's last week.

City is the guest of her aunt Mrs from spending a month at Skylanct
Mrs Mildred Vaughan and children -x- -x- -x-
of Fort Walton have been Cecil Sullivan. Camp for Girls, Clyde N C. Mr and Mrs J J Reichmann of Mrs M L Purvis of Tallahasseeis
Mrs Stacy Coggins and Mr P S '
visiting' Mr and Mrs W E Blair -T- -*- Pensacola: were weekend guests of replacing Lloyd Day at Cantey
Friends of Mr Blair will be glad to Coggins of J Jacksonville were guestsseveral Laura Ward, who recently moved Mrs Billy Miller niece of Mrs Mr and Mrs Kirby Reichmann.x Motor Company for two weeks.

know thnt he returned bone from days last week of Mrs P to Panama City, was he guest Virgil Henry will arrive in F -x- -

Thomasville hospital Tuesday and J Parramore and Miss Phillis from Wednesday till Saturday of sa this week for a three year Charles Harry Colvia is at F Bunting home on S E
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BOOK in our Bible never
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mentions the name of
God: the book of Esther. Indeed ,-, L ; .

there ia no reference,to religion of ; ; 4
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immortality, sacrifice public wor-
ship. Nothing about God at alL

For this reason, ,
from early Christian .

times there ; S j? lr h., y f Yi
have been thoseIn 4Y

the church ,?' k,
who have said ./ S.,.yry 55
that the book of
Esther has no
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Hebrew Bible let : .
alone the Chris-
tian. But the Dr. Foreman
church haskept* this strange book, .;4r

shockingly"different as it,, is from 5g 3jy,.' ,
the rest of the Bible. Why is these, Qt, %.k) txyy sr


A Head Held High .

', The reason is to be found not .:y ,W'
only in the fact that this book has +
an intricate and fascinating plot
not simple like Ruth but complicated -
with a kind of barbaric dash: % ;
about it. A tale that begins with
,a drinking party and ends with a .,
massacre, is not "milk for babes."
,his however is not the main reason v '

one suspects, why the story .
has been preserved It is rather that )
Esther brings out dramatically

ome valuable points about religion ,. :i I
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that is not expressed in words ,.,: '' ...:.:: .. ...
(prayers, liturgies: ) but in action. .: ...'::::::.:::: ::

Look at this one theme: our.
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Esther lately, he should do so

before reading on) The reader will rA UTEXI I .
think of Queen Esthers! courage at THE CHURCH FOR ALL .

once; but who putihe! notion into '. %. ..AFOR> THE CHURCH
her hrd? It was"jur; cousin andformerguardlan I :-
-- "- Morde.cai. Now it irI% II' Ia"I fse Church is the greatest factor on earth For

is easy to tell some one else to be: .buijding of character and good citizenship.
brave "Let's and him fight!" -
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of person. He had a kind of courage strong Church, neither democracy nor civilizationcan

himself. Refusing as he did to survive. There are four sound reasons why}
bow down to Haman was a risky
has faith in his "chuCe. The every person should attend services regularly and
thing to do. He could easily get The-paratrooper motorist has faith ,

to-reUgl WJ persons. The,.nonreligious in his brakes. shopper has faith the brand-name she buys. support the Church. They are: (I) For his
person can shrug it off decide own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For
faith
AH of us exerciseThe our a hundredin times a day.
to grin and bear it, and say the sake of his community and nation. (4) For -

are"Well caught, what in can this you vast expect universe We ': Religious faith is like its every-day cousin. It is the same implicit .' the sake of the Church itself which needs his

like a fly In a printing-press no reliance .. the same daring confidence. \ moral and material support. Plan to go to

wonder we get crushed. No machine -, ,,." \ .; church regularly and read your Bible daily.
cares for what it mashes." Religious faith comes when we seek it. But there is always the ,

But a the God religious who is all-powerful person believesin all- leap. Man has to step from his worldly floor into the spiritual space Day Book \ Chapter Verses

wise all-merciful. All creaturesare where God reveals his power and love. He must decide to believe Sunday Romans 5 1:5

in his hand, the whole world what he cannot Prove'! ,:Monday Hebrews" 10 19-23
is in his hand as the song says. Tuesday Psalms t1a 6-9
Wednesday I Corinthians 13 1-13
So then why doesn't he prevent Like the 1 of the the of
,if he cant leap paratrooper, leap faith begins monthsearlier Thursday Psalms 18 28-32
suffering,
in careful training.The Friday Isaiah! 12 2-4
This is the problem; but it is not .. Saturday I Timothy d 8-1
discussed as a professor or theologian I '
might discuss if, in an essay. day a family starts to '.attend Church regularly _._ the .
It is put into the form of a dra- training begins.. .

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heaven. G d's sons have come to Coprillt't It"Kmnttr Ad,.Semce.SfrMfrurf. v. '!

see him,and) among them is Satan.
God asks Satan where he has been: .. \

and Satan,)says on the earth. God '. '\ ''if -. .':'."',,:"' .
asks him if he has'seen that good J
man God's;servant Job "a blameless r
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and uPright man." Satan says : { :: '.
yes, but he i doesn't think much of :-U: :' "" ._. ::': : :> ,:-. ::

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good; who wouldn't be "good" for
the prosperity and happiness which Establishments:
Job enjoys Take away the prosperity .' S s
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after calamity on Job's .' : :._ .._ -**" I Phone HIT 3-2340 f, : -d:

head, quite sure that Job will hold ,. < .. -. .

true. And Job does hold true. His Ir" '., .t: ,' :.; ?;. i. :
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faith stands the test. mean- '. L
while there is a tremendous and .t ;
agonizing wrestling with the prob- "lS) S E R : ::5 J. B. DAVIS 'Inc ) ; .
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how it comes -
fact: The question Why do good -:' ,
men suffer is never really answered
in the. book; it is triiuein :
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ure of political glory from CHERRY, LAKE, CAMP NEWS MRS AVER COMMENTS ON The Employment Service aad as

Austria. AUDITOR'S REPORT L .a county outpost office for the Department
Another week, another group of I of Public Welfare. 'It is
Florida
TztfNTtllPllIS-llCORDER: \ 4-H unload -Madison,
eager campers bag and
also used as a voting precinct
baggage from the big yellow school July 14, 1959 I
Kauuw m nt touwiotui.MbcvuuaAi AW WOUSTRIAI ONTO of NOGTI ficsux Scenery GorgeousThese Thus it is obvious that the Commissioners
MADISON FLORIDA buses at the Cherry Lake 4-H Dear Curry,
are using the funds for
SHELBY Camg. This week, 150 boys and It seems important to me to I
writtenon
Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S. E. ST. lines are being rent of this building to the great
Publish{ Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance I the train between Prague girls from St Johns and Clay correct a misconception left by advantage of a large number of
Per Year Counties are at the recent newspaper publicity concerning -
Renewals $4.00 camp.
Delayed
distance Greenville and
and Berlin. For some people living in sur-
the State Auditor's
Adult leaders from St Johns Reportfor
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application out of Prague we traveled County are Miss Ruth Penner Madison County. Articles appearing -rounding areas. ,

along the river Moldau, in several in- I know )'OUill join me in
Entered at the Madison Post Office as Se$ond and the land there quite Paul Dinkins cluding MY FAVORITE WEEKLY
was Mr
County Agent.
under March 8 1879.
25, 1908 Act of picture of the situation. presentedto
mountainous. More From Clay County Mrs indicated that the Madison County
hilly, even are Margaret the people of Madison County.
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT JR. recently we have been going Nelson H D Agent, Miss Commissioners were paying rent on Sincerely,
Sandra Reese, Assistant Home an office in the county for a
ASSOCIATES
AND
along the river Elbe, with the Demonstration Agent, Mr E Mc- Justice of the Peace, in violationof Claudia MAyer

MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 high mountains on each side, Call, County Agent, and Mr George State Law:

NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 and occasionally cutting Owens, Assistant County Agent. While it is quite true that the Radiator and

CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 through: a tunnel when neces- The camp is patterned similarly County rents an office building in Cleaning _
Greenville, and equally true that
The' is previous ones this summer with
simply
r, T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher sary. scenery plenty of fun for all. the building is known locally as General Automotive

,::.. T. C. MERCHANT, J$., Managing Editor gorgeous.' .. One of the serious moments fci The Justice of the Peace Building,

MRS. A. W. VANN, City'Editor the camp program is the closing this is the whole truth: The build Repairs

On The CuffNow service:;. -the candle lighting cere- ing in question is used by the
of
declaration money we were
Madison Health
SID County Department
4ntaot mony. Your reporter witnessed McWILLIAMS GARAGE
supposed to have signed; or we have crossed into this impressive scene Jast Friday The Social Security Administration,

at; least we think that was I East Germany. Looking at the night. All its solemnity and beauty

y what he wanted. Nobody had passport two or three times, could not- be lessened by the rainy

0 ay told us to sign any, and weladn't turning in a declaration of evening or the mosquitoes. As each Now Open Till
( 1954 camper received the flame of the
signed any; and it was money at the border, and get- spirit of 4-H and the strains oi ..
.J
quite comical, with him try- ting an East German visa have "Follow the Gleam" echoed over

-- ing to explain to' us in Polish, all'been accomplished, and now the camp, we got the feeling that

Along The Danube which we could not under- in Berlin We must getanother here was something real and good,

written stand with us trying to explain visa in order to get out. We had something ,more solid than the .11 P. M.

These lines are being with teeth out, to him some thirty 'kurqn in Czechoslovakian very earth we stood upon. And as i
on the train between Vi- the float carrying the many tiny _
in English, which he could not money that they
enna and Prague. We have candles glided out across the lake,
understand. Finally he burst took from us at the border, we knew that it is in the high

been traveling the for Danube some river distance -, out in big, continued laugh- giving us a receipt which we ideals and standards, such as thoseof I \ Seven Nights A Week

along ing, in which we heartily understand, if we do under- 4-H, the world can put its trust
of water -
that great artery joined, for we were afraid forth stand, may be redeemed in '
traffic in this part of Europe, "
moment that they might the US. We did get out ,of NOTICE OF ELECTION : .
and just now crossed it. There I
take our Polish money, of Poland, quite innocently, with
was a steamer, probably excursion Regular election of one member:
the river at the which we had nearly ten dol- nearly ten dollars' worth of of the City Commission of the YOU ARE-INVITED TO HOLD YOUR NEXT PARTY, -
on
lars' worth, from us. They Polish money, but then were City of Madison Florida, will be ,
time, and the ,mountains were gave us another paper to sign, unable to convert it either in held in the City Hall, Madison, BANQUET, OR DINNER IN OUR

not far away. The Danube is Florida, Tuesday, July 28, 1959. PRIVATE DINING ROOM
which we did, and then they
for of Vienna or in Prague. We hopeto Registration books for the regis :
the great river
many
let us go on to Vienna, Polish be able to do this, however, tration of voters will be open al

the large cities of Europe. money, American money, coins in the U S/t'if not before. We the Clerk's Office, July 8, 1959, -
and thereafter. Petitions for .
Water traffic plays a great qualify
from the other countries
we will though that all these i
economic life. say ing candidates must be signed b}' .
part in a city's
had visited, and all. transactions have been most I twenty-five or more electors each
The Vistula is Warsaw's great and must be filed with the City ,
friendly and the officials have
river, the Moskva river winds Clerk not later than July 14, 1959,

around through :Moscow (and Zwei Und DreissigAnd without exception been most and acceptances of candidancy must -
co-operative. The East Ger- be filed with the City Clerk by
we believe there are other candidates not later than July 18,
Leningrad Vienna. Ah, there's a man official even put our East -
is
rivers there too, 1959. .
on the Neva river and is the city for you! Bright, shining, German visa charge on the CITY COMMISSION, CITY OF

busy, lovely displays in the cuff, since we had no East MADISON FLORIDA.
Russian window to the Baltic,
the Scandinavian capitals are shops of all kinds'of goods! German money, but he will get RU2July 3, 10, 17, 24.

One would hardly know the payment in Berlin before we
built on the sea, and a large good many automobiles in
difference between it and the get out.Ground.
part of Amsterdam was literally Prague. There are a great many
prettiest parts of the shopping
taken from the sea. candy and bakery stores in
districts! in American
our large
Level RaisedPrague Prague, as well as clothing,
cities. And language is
furniture and stores,
Wheat EverywhereThe very little barrier, for so many itself is a very hilly etc. grocery

from Warsaw to people in Vienna speaks Eng-I city. It is very old, and, at

trip lish as well as German. How- the same time, new. 'Owing to
Vienna carried
us through agreat
ever, when we asked-a girl the th% overflow, at times, of the
farming section is
as
price pf some picture postcards river Vltava which runs

also.the, country through she answered wei undreissig" Ft
through the city, the ground
which we are now passing
so fast that it tookus level in the lower part has
Wheat is everywhere, and to a
moment .to* catch
a on. been built up several feet. WhileIn
large extent Irish potatoes,
What she meant was 2.30 Prague we went into a Jewish -

the plants 'of which, now in schillings, and since an Austrian synagogue that was built

full bloom, make a, pretty
4o' American
schilling ,
years: ago before the ground
The Polish the
sigh
man
that made, the cards cost level was raised, and we had
ether day said they called the
.American 9.20c each The Polish zlote to go down several steps to .
potatoes potatoesand {
also figures at 4c, or, to be get to the floor of the building. ..
for
that is true, the potato -
exact, 4.167c. .
originated in America-

and we told him that we 'The AstronomicalClock
Center of Culture
called them Irish potatoes, for '
.
,
it was potatoes that pulled the Vienna has from time immemorial ...

Irish through'a severe famine been noted as a cen-

many years ago. Then there ter of music and art and cul- There are many things. of

are a great many fields of ture and learning, and Viennese interest in Prague, among TWEPAY.

them a statue of John Fuss,
sugar beets, some corn, a today take pride in the :

great many grapes, other field distinction. Here are memorials the reformer, who preceded

and various Martin: Luther many years,
crops, vegetables. to Goethe and Schiller and
.
and who burned the
was at
,,-.".... Mozart and Straus and Haydn
stake for his views Then thereis
and we don't know to whom : :":7

laughing Through all else. The guide took us, -a great statue of Josef : s I
Stalin, and the aStronomicalclock S :
We told, in an earlier installment among other places, to the e ,
is an object of great in -S
.
about a big laugh former royal palace, which was S
terest. < .
A large number of people :'
almost out of this world. Sev-
we had with the Polish man
the other night trying to eral ot the rooms were decorated -: were watching it, when we per cent .:
l i
to it. The twelve
came
off. Well with Chinese art. We apostles i "
turn the radio we ;
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appear above the clock on the ;: ,
have had others too. In Moscow saw portraits of the Queen of ,"' iI-"::.'.
hour and the -
cock and
crows
they crowded us into an ele Austria: Maria Theresa, mother '

.ator-they call it a lift here of sixteen children, one of there nected are with other the symbols ingenious con instrument .. S ON INSURED SAVINGS : '''

-tighter than sardines, and whom was the ill-fated Marie ,
which we: will try
the situation was so comical Antoinette, queen of France,
I to look up when we get home.
that we could not help laugh- who was beheaded during the

ing, and then could not stop French Revolution. We also i Look Forward Start Saving Today! Honey Deposited

laughing. Then the other morn- saw the bed in which Napol- Everybody by 10th of Month Earns From 1st. .-, _

ing as we were crossing from eon's only son-he died at-,an I ": Bank With Confidence When you Save -at "* ..

Poland into Czechqslovakia, the I early age of TB-was born, PromenadingY .

customs officers came knock- and the bed in which the em- \Ve thought .
nearly -
everybody
ing on the door before we had peror Franz Josef was born in Prague was promen- : THE CITIZENS BANK OF PERRY-

gotten up-we had figured on and the one in which he died ading up and down the main '

a good long sleep since we had shortly before the breaking. street Sunday afternoon. Very I

.left Warsaw so late -and. one up of his great Austro-Hun- few automobiles were to be Perry Florida

of them was wanting some garian empire and the depart. seen; however. there,;'are' I I ..

f .i Deposits Insured up to $10,000.00 by F. D.. I. C. ,

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I proved by the Board upon motionby Chalk Board Erasers: H & W B I
Board
Minutes ofthe of
I Mr McLeo, seconded by Mr. Drew <;0. 7.25; Knight Sros. PaperCo. ( ALBRIHON

Public Instruction ,Smith. and carried. 5.60; Standard School Service BROS.TRACTOR .
The following recommendationwas 4:30; Pyramid Paper Co. 450.

presented to the Board. Pencil Sharpeners M-L H & W CO.

I June 29, 1959 B Drew Co. 27.72; Gibson's 27.00; IThIJ 1m
MADISON,
FLORIDA Board of Public Instruction Pyramid Paper Co.2250; Stand- FIFTH STREET
July 1, 1959 Madison County ard School Service 22.80. TEL. FO 2-2381 -
The Board met in regular ses- Madison Florida -
Pencil Sharpeners Model KS H YOUR MASSEY-FERGUSON
the above date with all
sion on Gentlemen: & W B Drew Co. 35.64 Gibson's i DEALER

members present. ,The meeting was According 'to the provisions of 34.20; Knight Bros. Paper Co. I LIVE OAK, FLA

called to order by the chairman Section 230.33, Florida Statutes, I 26.00; Pyramid Paper Co. 29.25;

:Mr Cherry, and opened with prayer respectfully recommend the transfer Standard School Service 30.00..

by Mr McLeod. of Lennie Collins from her Trash Can Fla Ga Chemical Co

Minutes of the previous meetingwere position as elementary teacher at 30.00; Gibson's 29.76; American

read and approved. Madison Training School to the Supply Co. *18.00.. WE BUY

Audit report for the Board of, position of Principal of Rural Negro Gymnasium Dust Mop Fla Ga

Public Instruction for the years Schools in Madison County, effective Chemical Co 6.55; B T Smith & a

1957 and 1958 was presented to August 1, 1959.Sincerely "Son 5.30; Comet 5.14; Dealer;Sales Pine TID1ber-Pulpwoo Poles
Board and discussed. The SawlogsT.
the ]
yours, Co. 8.50; Zep 638; Fenole Chemical ,
statement from this audit I
general S/Griffin Bishop Supt.
Co. 7.08; Dewitt Supply Co.

report was as follows: The recommendation; was approved 6.92; American Supply Co. 5.75. 3i. HOWERTON, JR.S. .
"The financial condi on"was'
Board motion Urinal Deodorant Blocks Fla Ga
the
by upon
good. Finances in general were DUVAL ST.. PH. HU 3-6681 MADISON. FLA.
by Mr Bailey, seconded by Mr Chemical Co..15; B T Smith &
v.ell managed. Budgets were well
and closely followed. Dugan and carried. Son. 12;. Perry Distributors .14; TIMBER PURCHASED IN BULK OR SELECTIVELYCUT
prepared School bus drivers for the 1959- Comet .13; Hill Mfc. Co. *.08; 'Mc UNIVERSAL QUIET AIi .
wide tax millages remained -
county 1&60 school. term were re-ap- Mar .11; Dealer Safes Co. .14; ,.,
the same as in prior
years., pointed by the Board. The follow- Zep .119;_ Dewitt Supply Co .15; FORESTRY CONSULTANTS-TIMBER MARKETING
Financial records were well kept.
ing letter relating to the trans- American Supply Co. .10.
Adequate and competent clerical I portation program was presentedby There being nd further businessthe PROPERTIES
Assistance was provided in theSuperintendent's
the superintendent: Board ,adjourned.
office. Transpor- '
June 30, 1959 MARCUS W CHERRY, JR Chrm i -
tation expenditures exceed the
Board of Public Instruction ATTEST: ..
amount included in the Minimum
Madison County GRIFFIN BISHOP, Secretary. I
foundation Program. Organization Madison, Florida II s s s s sOnly More refreshing-
of a junior college was begun. In- Gentlemen: Ii I I

ternal accounts were audited each I respectfully recommend the i

year." consolidation of the Jack Lamb .
Bids for school supplies for the bus route with the bus routes of Reduced. I i Fewer calories !

1959-1960 school term were canvassed ,,Danny Bass and Johnnie McClamma. portable with big-type

shown on the attached accomplished 1 writer tabulation-separate
a$ This consolidation may be 1959 MOBILE HOMES :MUST
ALL
sheet. at a saving of $2700. a yearto Clear(Set keys

Bids were awarded as the lowest the Board and a continuation of GORepossessed S Exclusive"See-Set"margins Insist on

and best bids as indicated with the comparable service to the studentsin keep page always balanced

exception of floor cleaner, floor this area of the county. I drove The only portable typewriter genuine

wax, mop handles, toilet bowl, all three of these bus routes yester- with Gcfden-Tcuth > GOLD _

brushes and gymnasium mop treat day with Mr Jesse Brown and 'Mr WITH f
2-BR
1958 45' 10' W
ment: upon motion by Mr McLeod, McClamma and a tentative schedulehas Has automatic Ilne-finder, NUGGET
seconded by Mr Dugan and carried. been set subject to WASHER
up your extra-wide! writing line, keys ,
.
The secretary was instructed to approval. Buyer Can pick up payments
molded
to fit fingers, big-
submit his recommendaaons: re-'
Sincerely yours, machine margin release and BUIIERM lK
parding the purchase of items from; S/Griffin Bishop Supt Used many other big-typewriter feature hum.
the bid listThe

, medical Board designated doctors as the required following This upon recommendation motion oy Mr was McLeod approved -, 1957 SKYLINE 29") x 8', 1-BR WITH attache-type*. Complete carrying with attractive case. where you shop! x rQieN

seconded by Mr Dugan. Votes were AIR-CONDITIONER 400.00 DOWN

ty Section 234.15, Florida Statutes. as follows: Ayes: :Messrs! Dugan, \ Cofor( jty'edln Snow White

to examine school bus drivers in : Smith, and McLeod. Nays: Mr 1953 COLONIAL 30' x 8', 1BR $250 cad Fawn.Come in and try it!
Madison County: Dr A F Harrison,I Bailey. DOWN

Dr Julian DuRant Dr Wilmer Duplicator paper 8J/2 x 11 Gib- tl o 4eWtBRUCELLOSIS

Cosgins, Dr L P King, and.' Dr son's .95; Knight Bros. Paper Co. Many Others to Choose from Enterprise-Recorder

Thomas G Bouland. .97; Gen Office Equipment Co. 1.10; .
The following letter was received Co. 7.10 American Co. 138. KELLER'SMOBILE
Supply
; AND T-B FREE CERTIFICATE :QO. 434.
from Mr Burch Cornelius with Duplicator Paper 8',2 x 14 Gibson's
reference to personnel in Madison 1.19 Bros. Co 1.23 COMPLETE LINE
; Knight Paper ; HOMES1MILE
High School: Gen. Office Equipment Co. 1.36; FLOOR TILESAND Your Local Distributor

June 29, 1959 Pyramid Paper Co. 1.44; Theis *1.03
Mr Griffin Bishop S. OF PERRY. FLA.

Supt. of Public Instruction 139.Mimeo ON 19-98, PHONE 6004K
I" Paper 8% x 11 Gibson's 'B.S. WARING & SON
Madison, Florida I CABINETTOPSHowerton
.
.95; Knight Bros. Paper Co. 97;
Dear Mr. Bishop:
Gen Office Equipment/Co. 1.10;
I am i4iclosing the resignation of
Edward McNulty from the facultyof Pyramid Paper Co. 1.13;'Theis .98 SUPPLY COMPANY Supply Co.
HOWERTON I I Phone Hunter 3-6400
Madison High School. I recom- 1.12.Mimeo
NAVACO AWNINGS
Paper 8% x 14 Gibson's .
mend that this resignation be accepted -
1.19; Knight Bros. Paper Co. 1.23;
with regret. '
Gen. Office Equipment Co. 136; 7 .
Edwards who has beenon U-
Carolyn ti.
Pyramid Paper Co. 1.44; Theis -V '
of absence this i .
leave
past year *1.03, 1.39.Stencils '
.
wishes to return to her duties, -
(Gestetner legal) H & .
and I recommend that she be given W B Drew Co. 3.00 Pyramid PaperCo. ..
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this. position. 3.15 Theis *2.95. I .

Very truly yours, Duplicator Master Units 8% x ; ,

S/Burch Cornelius 14 H & W B Drew Co. 3.65; Knight

Supervising Principal Bros. Paper Co. 4.90; Gen. Office "1 y 7
These 'recommendations as presented Equipment Co. *3.00 Pyramid [fi JflJ]] ''; 1/
by Mr Cornelius
were approved -
Paper Co. 3.75; Theis 3.50; Columbia -
upon motion offered by Mr '
Ribbon & Carbon 3.05.
Smith seconded by Mr McLeod Paper towels) Fla. Ga. ChemicalCo. I' :: .. -, --

and carried 3.80; Eli Witt Cigar & Candy ffiJI
The following letter from Mr 2.65 Knight Bros Paper Co. 2.49; I r:;: _r
Gentry Johnson was presented: .
4.79.Toilet
Zep ,

Mr Griffin Public Bishop June 25, 1939 8.50; Tissue Eli Witt Fla.Cigar Ga. &ChemicalCo. Candy 'i ; I I '

Board of Instruction '
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Ann Dear Madison May Mugge Griffin I, Florida recommend: and Mrs'Miss, .Carolyn Audrey 8.25 Paper Zep B Spirit Drew;8.03.Knight Co.Duplicator Co 2.00 Bros.2.47 Gen Paper;Fluid Office Knight Co.H Equip-*&Bros.6.85 W; :irE Sga o ii I M.



\'''rutty for appointment to the .
Co.
ment Co. 1.40 Pyramid Paper
faculty of the Lee School for the
1.75; Theis 2.25 Columbia Ribbon --. .
1959-60 school term.
& Carbon 1.70. ; T :. ,- ,
Mrs Whitty is a local resident 1' OlcYYllh lil4
end has previously taught in this Corn Brooms Madison Lions* Club ONE OF THE 7 BIG BESTS CHEVROLET GIVES YOU OVER (
21.00; B T Smith & Son 12.00;
school since I have been
one year Perry Distributors 14.p; Comet ANY CAR IN ITS FIELD >< d
and I she is well
principal feel
17.85; Dealer Sales Co. 14.60; Zep \.
qualified and capable. 16.69; Dewitt Supply Co. 22.00; Take it, not from us, but from magazine, "Chevrolet establishes O i6J'lYt1' '

Miss Muggeis a graduate of American Supply Co. 15.75. '..; ." official results of this year'sMobilgas a new high in daring styling."

Greenville High School and Florida Mop Heads Fla. Ga Chemical Co ." Economy Run: Chevy's,

State University. She recently completed 11.50, 15.00; B T Smith& Son 10.65; \ : -, -. pennypinching 6 delivers the most BEST BRAKES J
her intern teaching in the ;.., ;, miles in.its For '
Perry Distributors 11.77; Comet ; per gallon field. a In direct competitive tests of repeated -
Madison .School. Her ; .:' of these Chevrolet sixes withPowerglide
Elementary pair
a75, 22.90; Hill Manufacturing Co. stops from highway speeds,
qualifications are in order and I 20.00; Dealer Sales Co. 18.90? Zep walked away with the conducted by NASCARt, Chevrolet '
believe she will be "an excellent 12.75; Dewitt Supply Co. 15.14 first two places In their class, getting out-stopped both of the other .
addition to our faculty.Sincerely the best mpg figure a whopping .
American Supply Co. 1050. leading low-priced cars and why .
full-size
Floor Sweeping Compound Fla 22.38-of any car. not: Chevy brakes are far larger, '

S/Gentry Johnson Ga Chemical Co. 7.PO; B T Smith '. And here are more expert, Imparbuilt with bonded linings, to help most wonderfully responsive engine ,.
tial on-the-record
The resignation of Mrs Adell & Son *5.70; Comet 7.25; Zep 7.35; facts opinions and us on Chevy lengthen brake life by as much as available today at any price."
Bird is attached to this letter. backing up 66%.
Dewitt
Fenole Chemical Co. 6.00; other six bests: BEST RIDE
The recommendations as presented Supply Co 6.00; American Supply .
BEST ROOM "IOTOR'TREND
magazine cafe
by Mr Johnson were approved -
Co.. 650. BEST TRA E-IN "
Mr Q Official dimensions Chevy the smoothest, mostquiet .
upon motion by McLeod Pine Oil Fla Ga Chemical Co. reported to
seconded by Mr Bailey and carried. Brulin Check the figures in any N.A.D.A. A.M-A.J make this dear. For softest riding car in its
2.10 B T Smith & Son 235; "
;
Guide Book. Chevrolet used car front price! class. You'll be able to tell ,
recommervJpiicnJwas example Chevy seat hip
The following & Co. Inc 1.70 Perry Distributors
; -
this
prices last averaged up to is .yourself, instantly. And your
year room up to 5.9 inches wider
Board
the :
presented to Mfr Co. 1.80
1.86 Comet 1.85 Hill ;
; $128 higher than comparable than comparable ears Chevrolet dealer can tell you; about
June 29, 1959 McMar *1JL2; Zep 1.56; Fenole models of the "other two." along list of other advantages

Board of Public Instruction Chemical Co. 2.50; Pewitt SupplyCo. ,- BEST ENGINE besides these 7 big ones!

Madison County ,. 7.10; American Supply Co. 1.38. BEST STYLE WaftMof Automobile Dealers
Association .
Every motor magazine has
Madison Fla.Gentlemen Push Brooms 24" Fla Ga Chemical givenChevrolet's
It's the only car of the leading standard and Corvette
: : Co. 8.90; Perry Distributors Natwmal AaeeiSfirs: for Sleek Car, .
low-priced 3 that's unmistakably V8 s unstinted praise.As SPORTS
According to the provisions of *4.25 Comet 7.00 Dealer Sales Advancement and Research '
; ; modern in line. "In its price CARS ILLUSTRATED it
every puts : .
I fAutomoWe
230.33 Florida Statutes. : Manufacturers Association '
Section Co. 539 5.10 Dewitt SupplyCo. v
; Zep ; .
( class, says POPULAR SCIENCE "Indeed this device is surely the
recommend the trans- ,
respectfully 7.10; American Supply Co 6.00. ,.
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position Principal of Rural, Negro I : Co. 12.90 Perry Distributors ." f'L

Schools to the position or Registrar 6.70; Comet ; 9.75; Dealer Sales V Make sure you get the most for your money:::visifryour! local authorized Chevrolet dealer! w t: ..

and Business Manager of the Co. 9.00; Zep 7.75; Dewitt Supply ,

Suwannee River Junior College Co. 8.25; .American Supply Co.-&25. '

It is recommended that this transfer Chalk ,Board Ct Q'on'H & \V B ''o, <: 1 ::

become effective July 1, 1959. Drew Co 1.25; Knight Bros Paper ,CANTEY MOTOR COMPANY V

>. Sincerely yours Co. 1.00; Standard School Service .. .
r ,S/Griffin .Bishop Supt *.76. --

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Welcome! SUPPLY
HOWERTON
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Tobacco Buyers Growers 4 CO. : 1 \

*$*1. '.". _.' Madison Drug Store
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I SeeUsFor Your Building Supplies .-
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l' ',. r -.,'i': "YOUR REXALL STORE" ..
.: : Prescriptions, Cosmetics, Sun- '. ,.' ,.: PHONE HU 3-6681. MADISON ..a : "
dries, Hollingsworth and ; for yourPRESCRIPTIONS -
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Nunnally Candies i .
!h iivitesYouToSELLTOMadison DRUGS,

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TOBACCO GROWERS LADIES DRESSES V Pushers Blouses
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LADIES BLOUSE & JAMAICA
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I .SUWANNEE RIVER JUNIOR COLLEGE OPENING PLANNED FOR AUGUST 31 ]



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These Laws May I Im
Suwannee River Junior Collegefor
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Negro students will open THE YIELD IS 111* ON SAVINGS -AT d.l 1"d lr'Jf J i

officially August 31, 1959. The Put Y ou in Jail I

college will operate an afternoon- '
VALDOSTA FEDERAL ..., TALLAHASSEE Drivers who
utilizing the '
evening program "' i are picked up in Florida while NOTHING EQOM.S THE
facilities of the Madison County ANNOUNCING :. 'operating an. automobile on a SOFTNESS Of A HARO-BdUDJ;? ) You Ml" I
Training School from 3:30 to cancelled suspended or revoked ; E6G SCRAmBLING foR give US your

9:30 p m. -driver's permit, are jailhouse RE-ELITtOs1.
The President and Registrar are bound for 10 days. o vote when you see t

already on the job preparing for .-A pew 1959 legislative act which

the opening of the college. A staff / became effective July 1, calls fora our neat, completeline

of well qualified teachers, is being mandatory 10-day jail sentencefor
such violations and leaves the
appointed.The of Auto Parts.
way open for the court to stretchit
purpose of the college is to N to 30 days and a $500 fine.

do the following: .4.P. Under provisions of law beforeit Have your repairman
1. To prepare students who expect was amended violators could l

to continue their work in four :::: .. bo assessed one-day jail sentencesby !t drop by-we'll show .
year colleges and universities. Stu- the court.
In addition to the minimum Z
have satisfactorily com-
dents who dividend insured him why.AUTO .
Anticipated rate on sentence for first offenders the
the university parallel
pleted savings payable December 31, 1959 bill provides for a minimum $1,000
coursein the junior college are
fine and not less than 30 days nor
prepared to enroll as juniors in FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE,FIRST more than 1 year jail sentences

the colleges and universities which OFFICE HOURS for two-time and subsequent of
they choose to attend. fenders. 1
2. To train students so that at MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM 'The new law puts an importantbite

the end of a Junior College ter- THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON into the effort to minimize I 1!
unlicensed drivers," said Patrol
minal program, they will be pre- SAVE BY MAIL AT
Comdr H N PARTS Inc.
Kirkman "and gives r ,
for employment in businessor New .
pared The .
the Florida Highway Patrol and I ,
Auto Truck'and Farm Tractor.Parts
industry. the Department of Public Safety ,
3. To provide for adult members a strong -set of teeth with which I .C_ ._ INE- OP=S( VI E,
ot the community such courses to gnaw at one of our greatest I '. 'PICKNEY ST., MADISON;FLA. PhoneHil32221: ...
will further their education or
the unauthorized
.as
.. problems-taking LIVE OAK FLA., PH. FO 2-2329; QIITMAN, GA., PH 4401
enrich their lives. driver off the highway, at least
REGISTRATION for a little while.'

All students are asked to regis- Saving & Loan Association In a traffic regulatory act the -

ter during the registration period N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA GA. Legislature provided that all ve-
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hicles with a passenger load capacity I
1959. Stu-
'hich is August 27-28 ,
dents from Hamilton Jefferson The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You. Small of 10 or more must stop at
least 10 feet distance from a rail
Lafayette Madison and Taylor Enough To Know You I
road crossing unless it is guarded
Counties taking the normal load I by a traffic officer or a traffic I TIMBER WANTED\ !

will Spay fees of $58.00 per semester. ATTEND WEDDINGMrs I control signal. .

All other Florida students taking I II Methodist Circles The crossing law applies equally Any pine timber for sale regardless -
to all school buses, a' vehicle loaded I
load will tuition
the normal
pay
Carroll Blalock left Sundayfor of quantity; selective cutting or
fee of $20.00 in addition to $5800 Dade City to be the guest of .-' with any type explosives or in- whole tracts. Please call ADEL
flammables. The act provides a $10
per semester for a total of $78.00per I her sister and family, the Harry Mrs V M Folsom entertainedthe to $50 fine or not more than 30 GEORGIA 7161 or 7501, COLLECT
after the Jones- cr write
semester. Heppards until
Hadden-Morrow
Circle Monday days in jail for violators.
Out-of-State students taking the Reppard wedding Saturday 8 p. m. afternoon with 12 members. Mrs The law becomes effective October
normal load will pay a tuition fee July 18, at the Dade City Presby- Howard Studstill president of theWoman.s 1 DEL-COOK TIMBER CO.
terian church. Others of the family .
of 50.00 semester in addition Society was a visitor. Mrs
per
leaving today to attend the wed- Edwin Hadden "'!W!. !. .! !. w .!. P. O. Box 499
to the $58.00. charged students read the devotional .ra cr era era ra : e :
ding, and the rehearsal dinner tonight from ADEL GEORGIA
Isaiah 42, verses 4.8, "Christ
counties
from the participating Mr andIrs Jones, CoolNAVACO
by the servant of Jehovah" the theme.Mrs .
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for a total of 108.00 per semester.TRANSPORTATION AWNINGS
of the bridegroom-elect at
parents Pat Millinor gave the lessonon
the Tampa Yacht Club are Car- the topic of "Turning Misfortunes HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
The Board of Public Instructionof roll Blalock Jr, Mrs W L Horton, I into Opportunity." Mrs C C f : I
each county will determine for Mr and Mrs M S Overby of Au-I Matheny, circle chairman, discussed I;A..P.i. ,?;; .Q'. 1 1I _r t
what be don Ga, and Mr and M1'3Vil-
its constituents can gusta I plans for the Men's Club supper .
Jn regards to transportation. liam Bennett and daughter Carolyn meeting for Tuesday night July 21,
OFFERINGSThe of Valdosta Carolyn will be II and planned the menu. The hostess

first two years of colleg flower girl in the wedding. I served cake and fruit punch.

Mrs J P Johnson chairman,
are basic. The freshman and i I ______,.______....;. entertained the '
sopnomore years will emphasize .............u.. Nencie Bevan Circle -
GOODYEAR TIRESJIM'S with eleven present, and openedthe
fundamental background coursesin
with Concerns
program prayer. -
the arts and sciences. Speciali- of Continent the lesson
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the third year of college. clusion the summer study. Miss
Suwannee River Junior College U S 90 EAST MADISON Beatrice Griffin presented the

will offer tv\o-year study programsas ........IIIMIR fctudy. The hostess served cake and I x ul

follows: .. .. .. WWW parfait. .
Mrs Roger Asbury entertained the
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Courses
1. General College
Helen Parramore Circle with ten IllI
2. Pre-Business Education Course ANNOUNCINGTHE
members. Mrs Turner Davis led it Why should

3. Pre-Engineering Course the opening devotional, and Mrs J I ... v
4. Pre-Law Course B Davis presented the mission :

5. Pre-Medical Course i study. Mrs J J Sale Jr chairman

6. Pre-Nursing Course Re OpeningUnder presided when plans were made YOU?

7t Terminal Courses (Trades) will for church activities for August. .
Good social service reports were
be offered as demands justify.
New ManagementTHE made. The hostess served cake and
For further information writeto
ice cretm.
Registrar Jenjethel N Merritt

or James J Gardener, President, ADS in this size type begin as low jjjeview life insurance
your
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John Goolsby and Sapp $1.00.
Box 772, Madison Fla. as .

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Standard Oil Service ... :; :( .:: < >:,-;!; <:i ::: 'i!':"

HEATINGSales lltgitLlyt : ..;[t.f H : ;;.. ,,$ t f.

StationCorner :.YOur ., ']::':;fBi;'.:: :iff:;: _;:: :v.J we offer safe, sound, legal reserve life insurance-

and Service of Highway 90 & Shelby ?f ilfIYii% ;} IJ1 f

--. .... ". ."..s':." :,- plans at lowest cost forevery
General Electric Gas & Oil You're Invited To Come In and

-:. Heat 1.1 Get Acquainted
Central Systems

Gas Floor Pumps Furnaces .i 1.1 NONOOYour"ONONO: "ONO"ONONC: .IJ1 '11 man, :: boy or girl in your family.*


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'I TRADE WHERE THEY ARE 1Policy"Package i4i\ -::: ,:':;':,.;":::"..,:':'::''Y; i "plus" benefits and a complete program,.
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Phone CH 2-7355 MADE .

V VALDOSTA, GA. Twiggs Optical Co. gives li1t1f! iJI ; of outstanding social, civic,

II I Valdosta. Ga. CH 4.0534 you lots of _

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a long list of coverages for\' lit:::: ; W:_'.:: (a a COSTS LESS OFFERS MORE
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theft...liability...windstormI. --, S J::1
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MADISON, FI oRIDARepresenri'ngt7t .. "l\-gj- SELMAN Field. Rep. -
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FOX GO-BOY CARTS
Florida.
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AVON, Box 3103. Tallahassee,
AU I HEAR IS plan. Full or part time. Write

We have a good weekly evening
FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRA'VFON
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BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL HU 3-2372 Good refreshment for

t ESTATES RESIDENTIAL MADISON, FLORIDA SUmmertime, anytime.Vanilla, IRON
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strawberry. Neapolitan-
LOANS-ABSTRACTS OF TITLE LIVE STOCK AUCTION : -v pta,%-gals.Take home today.
sv BATHTUBS
INSURANCE
TITLE
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112 West Base Street auction each Monday. Sales start at
4a
MADISON, FLORIDA 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS I I
j Phone HU 3-6277 Monticello Fla. 3-tf-cb % ALSO CLOSING OUT LAVATORIES !.

; a t FLAT RIM SINKS,
BEFORE SELLING your timber For your grinding and mix- Buy this good sutes product from DOUBLE SINKS, COMMODES

or timber land please see me. We ing on your farm, call WEST your dealers I Treasure Chest of Super Sud HAND BASINS, ETC.
also interested in
buying
are a
END :MILLING COMPANY,
J limited amount of pine-hardwood
pulpwood delivered by truck to Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 Give your child tre feeling of SOUTHERN SALVAGE COMPANY
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. collect, or contact :Mr Henry security that will encourage study ;

See, write L.or P. call GIBSON :Messer, :Madison, Fla., Office and success.to-be Nothing will add more C. E. EDGLEY Day Phone 1227 111 S. Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga. 1 I
y than well-dressed and neat.
1 Rt. 3, Madison. Florida phone HU 3-6144. 26tfchJ. Owner 1I r
I Trousers Shirts, l>ungarees and Night Phone 49-W I
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 underwear at THE FAMILY STORE LAKE CITY, FLA.
D them all off to II I
to
:FOR SALE: Two lots, 10 and 11. ScruggsFORESTER IS ready get I
school.
in Yellow Pine Subdivision. Phone i
1 HU 32316. 44-4t-pd COMPLETE PEST CONTROLFREE I

REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. !
FOR SALE: Cow peas germination ': INSPECTION
HU 36186MADISON GOT A
90 per cent and above. HOWARD 0 U"
HUGHEY. 43-tf-ch FLA. BURKE EXTERMINATING r!r

SUMMER COLD & i iE I

j FOR SALE-REASONABLE: Home FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm Q JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist i
and adjoining Lots classified as TAKE A I
i Business Lots, in Lee, Fla. Good Timber Ranch Loans : for1666RE Paint CompanyStore 111 East Green St., j
location, near churches, and school.
Phone 293JPERRY
Long Terms Low InterestSEE :
toma e
: Beautiful lawn; bearing pecan and E
fruit trees. Electrically equipped THE REPRESENTATIVE AT F Front Designingand FLORIDAWe i
} THE MADISON COURT HOUSE Installation
;* with both hot and cold water.
Gas heat. If interested, see me I EVERY TUESDAY MORNING.WUDU GLASS for EVERY PURPOSE exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and i

at my home in Lee, Fla. MRS.E Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc. 4 I II,
TURLINGTON, POBox 14, ? Ii I
Evinrude Outboard
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FOR SALE Build a home on your lot or farm Motors i iI
No money down. 7 years to pay. R. iI
I Cherry Lake house 3 bedrooms, No abstracts needed. We do not
large sleeping porch, large living keep your deed. As low as $35.70 Bryan Electric Co.
room, combination kitchendiningroom. per mo. We build anywhere in !
Nice house, new paint, 18 Florida, no travel added. Block or
Listen for Setzer's Sizzling I
acres good land.Reasonable frame. $25 in cash for lead of .J -
down payment, balance sale mailed to- Specials on WMAF. ;

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FOR SALE: Bird dog puppies. See ,
or call ROBERT WALKER, Pin-I Avon Cosmetics are in great
etta. Phone HU 3-6226. 45-2t-ch demand. Service your 'Rome

territory and earn from $2 to KEEP COOL.for P
FOR RENT: Upstairs apartment, nniesodoy
$3 an hour. We train you. at
bath, electric kitchen.
private
Write AVON, Box 3103, Tallahassee Good Readingfor 1
Permanent couple. Phone HU .
3-6243. MRS M L WALKER, Florida. theWhole '/ ;
Cor. Horry and Dade St. 45-lt-ch i
Family fe M i

FOR RENT: Five-room hbuse, mod- ,

ern conveniences permanent oc- Wiring and Repair News \
cupancyT Contact MRS K DEM- AIR CONDITIONING I:
BINSKI, Cherry Lake, Route 3,
Madison, Fla. 46-lt-ch Bryan Electric Co. Facts
less than
--. costs .."'. !

FOR RENT: One unfurnished Family Features you think! :
garage apartment. One unfurn-

ished 5 room house, close in city. TESTING SET FORI --------------
MRS J J NEWMAN, HU 3-2523 The Christian Science Monitor If you think air conditioning is
Madison. 45-tf-ch. one Norway Sty Boston 15,Mosi. S
i NFJC STUDENTSDr Send your newspaper for the tmechecked. ", a luxury item, just take a look
Enclosed find my check or, .5
HELP WANTED I Marshall Hamihon, Presidentof money order. I year $18 Q around you. Many of your
HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. North Florida Junior College 6 month $9 Q J month H50 fj.
Good Rawleigh business friends and
now announced neighbors are already -
today that the College
available in Madison County. See.
orientation testing schedule has Name II enjoying cool comfort
C E HOWE. 914 White St., Live
Oak for information or write been arranged in three different '
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RAWLEIGH'S, DEPT. FAF-140-329 areas for the convenience of those -- electrically for only pennies a .

Memphis, Tenn. 41, 45, 47, pd new students planning to enter the City Z5S5 day. Why not join them NOW,
College in the fall
while the weather is hot, and .
WANTED: Paint jobs. Experiencedneat Tests will begin at 8:30 a m at \ .
ADS in this size type begin as low .
painter. Reasonable price. each of the following centers: as $1.00. .. prices are low. See your.dealerand
Work guaranteed to please. Taylor County High School, I
PETE SUGGS, Ph. HU 3-6315 Perry, Monday August 3 Suwannee find out fqr yourself just ,

37-3t-pd High School Live Oak Tuesday, HOME REPAIRING It's' TIM TO CiANGI how economical electric air con I

WANTED: Residential or Business August 4 Madison High School, ROOFING SIDING, NEW ditioning can be.
building lot within or near City Madison Wednesday, August 5. ADDITIONS, PORCHES AND to Hectic Cooking,, i I
limits of Madison Write P. O. "I urge $students parents and employers GARAGESFree -
Box 265. 39-tf-ch to cooperate with this pro EstimatesNo land Water Heating 9 ;

gram," Dr Hamilton added "sinceit Down Payment, up to 5 and
SALESMAN WANTED: by Sun save op to $S to
will be highly beneficial to each years pay
shine Chemical Co., Madison,
well aheadof SOUTH GA. FENCE & .
student to take the tests
Fla. Call HU 36828. 45-lt-pd Now's the time to change your old stove and water
Orientation at
the busy Days CONST. CO.
the College." heater for modem e!i crie appliances and njoy big instal:1_--
411 E. Savannah Ave.
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Wanted: Principals R R Woodell W R Phone CH 2.8081VALDOSTA lation savings. For a limited time, we will pay $25 towardthe

Hall and Burch Cornelius are GA. installation cost of each Electric Range and Water

2 Curb Girls giving their full support to the Heater replacing a flame-type appliance. Get full details '
1 Waitress
1 Night Cook plan. Tests will be administered by from your dealer or plumber or call our nearest office.FLOOEflCOflpOflATtON.
Miss Kathleen Van Alst, directorof
White Top Drive-In counseling and Dr Blanche N Ra&ior Cleaning and

Hardy director of testing.

Application blanks will be available -: General Automotive

at the testing centers for
SCHWINN BICYCLES
those who wish to take the tests Repairs
Franchised Dealers &: Service but who have not yet applied for
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
admission. McWIUMMS GARAGE
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CHERRY LAKE :METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW : ,

CHURCHA CHURCH M A F Fishing Tackle CONSTRUCTIONNew ,
7:30 A. M Gospel Music 1
preaching service every Sunday1st -
and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. A preaching Service every Sunday 7:55 News BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. and Remodeling

2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. 8:00 Baptist Hour
Co.
morning1st
Pepsi-Cola Bottling
SUNDAY SCHOOL and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. 8:30 Gospel Music Howerton Supply Co.

1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m.2n 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. 9:30 9:00 Gospel Revival Concert Time Shopping the Town j PH. 171. PERRY. FLA.

d and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m Sunday School every Sunday. 10:00 News .,

Midweek Prayer Service 8:00 p. m. 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. 10:05 -
Serenade
Family Night covered dish 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. 10:45 Sunday Prelude to Worship WITH TONI JEANI When buying your Presbyteria Women

supper on Friday: night family Night Covered Dish Supper 11:00
Morning Worship 1
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. 2nd Friday night every month 12:00 News love this time of year! it's a Meet
'
E-R from
:Men's Club meets alternately 12:15' time of warm sun and blue skies Newsboys .
Methodist promptly at 7:00 p. m.Voman's Afternoon Melodies
with Rocky Springs on and sudden summer showers that!
\ Society of Christian Ser- 12:55 News '
4th Tuesday each month vice meets on Monday night after 1:00 Afternoon Melodies can flood the street in five minutes! I Please DO NOT park in the At
the
8QP p. m. 1:30 Afternoon Melodic I'It's a time of lush gardens and street and make your newsboy run meeting Monday morning
third Sunday at 7:30 m.
p. of Presbyterian of the
out into the street to make a sale. women
7:30 p. m. 1:40 Serenade In Blue rich harvests. When golden corn,
at The Methodist Men's Club meets to the curb. church: Circle No. 1 presented the
Kindly pull over
1:55 News I rich red
tomatoes bright
of Christian ,
Woman's Society green
alternately with Cherry Lake on Our newsboys have instructionsto program on Citizens of Two Worlds.
Service meets Thursday after 2:00 Hour o: Decision beans, and brighter
the 4th Tuesday each month at green peas STAY OUT of the streets, and Mrs P J Parramore was devotional
1st Sunday monthlyat 8:00 p. m. 2:55 2:30 News Musical Sunday grace our tables. Months from now, we will appreciate your cooperating leader. Mrs Pat Cantey program
7:30 p. m. when the has lost its warmth chairman stressed that
sun with us AND THEM for we are
The Official Board meets each
3:00
S. S. Supt. Musical Sunday
JAMES SHEFFIELD, when the sky is more slate than THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very citizens of heaven first, and then
THOMAS SHURLES, ass't. Supt.C. month following the supper on 3:55 News
of
citizens the world and asked
4:00 Hit blue, and when the rain comes in much.
H. Davis. Pastor Family Night Parade where is our allegiance where is
slow cold drizzles all
the glow
4:55 News I ,
P. K. itOWELL, S. S. Supt. our citizenship?
5:00 and color and delicious freshnessof
Music
A Sundown
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs W. W. CATTLEDGE, Treas. Brakes RelinedMcWILLIAMS Mrs T C Gibson discussed the
5:30 Headliner & Weather summer's vegetables and fruits
GREENVILLE, FLA. C. B. DAVIS, PASTORLEE citizen at home with emphasis on
5:33 Sign Off can still be on your table if you the public official and people in

Sunday School._. 10:00 A. M. METHODIST CHURCH PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO preserve them now--the modern GARAGE general pointing out that people

Morning Worship .....__ 11:00 A. M. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE way-with a home freezer. And cannot be spectators only.

Eap'ist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Preaching Every Sunday. what better freezer can be had Mns J G Ashley told of the Christian -

Evening Worship .._ 7:30 P. M. : 1st and 3rd Sundays Daily Program ScheduleWMAF than the Wizard Home Freezer citizen abroad how his actions
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. MQANSON Georgia have an effect on all peoples with
__....... 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. featured by WESTERN AUTO.
METHODIST CHURCH 2nd 1220 ON YOUR DIAL whom he comes in contact.
4th
and _
9:00
Sundays a. m. Made from the best materials
Sunday School Every 6:00 A.M. Sign On PLATE GLASS / Mrs Marie Park discussed the

porn *hinf Services every First Sunday ._....._._____ 10:00 a. m. 6:02: Fla. Farm Hr. this freezer has a five year guarantee. work among the leper colonies.It .
and Third Sunday 11:00 A. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:25Vorld & State News Best of all-it's economical to Company A was announced by the presi-

and. 7:30 P. M. -...........-._-....._____ 6:00 p. m 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour own and to operate. See it at :? dent Mrs T C ;Merchant Jr that
Sundry School every Sunday i ZEB WILLIAMS, Pastor 6:45 Rudy Hamrick WESTERN AUTO GLASS :Miss Toni Jean Wells will attend

10:30 A. M. I BOB SEARCY, Sunday School Supt. (Mon. Wed. Fri.) 9 /GLASS BLOCK the Young People's Conference in

Family Night Saturday before 6:55.VorId News SNEAK PREVIE\V: Just got the x MIRRORS Montreat, N. C. next week. The
second Sunday 4:00 P. M. 7:00 State News president also appointed the nominating -
Every I PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH word that a certain Mr McGriffand
SAPPINGTON. Pastor 7:05 Coffee With Ray committee as follows: MrsJ
REV. C. M. I Preaching every Sunday 7:45 World News his wife (both of Jacksonville) 215 W. Savannah Ave. M DuRant. chrm: Mrs Charles

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 7:50 State News were seen in Daylight Department Phone: CHERRY 2-5285. Knox, Mrs Jack Wade and Mrs

Sunday School .__ 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M. 7:55Veather News Store making signs and certain Valdosta Georgia J G Ashley. r

Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 8:00 Coffee, with Ray preparations that indicate a SALEis -

Uaptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. 9:00 Morning Devotions on the why! Just thought I'd ..

Evening Worship _.__._ 7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting every 9:15 Musical Interlude .let you know.
Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. I 9:30 Unlimited r-
Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M. Music ( -
Brotherhood last Thursdwv
\V B SEALS, S S Superintendent 10:00 News Where is the best place in townto ATTENTIONIf
of each month at .....__ 7:30 P. M. 10:05 Music Unlimited
J ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union fina then latest hit records? Is
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. Director. 10:30 Music Unlimited there a place? Yes, there is! The
Evelenp Kelley Circle 11:00 Music Unlimited
3rd Thursdav _....__.. 2:30 P. M. ERNEST GURR, Minister 11:15 ""-. Public Service same place you can find some of
V. L. SINGLETARY. S. S. Supt'ALBERT the best lunches in town-Gordon
11:30 Record Session
KELLEY. B.T.U. Director WELCOME TO 12:00 World News :Selman's Sundries. You name it-- :you are thinking of building: anything-think to get

REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN. Pastor NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes I and if it's in the top ten he's got

Come Worship With Us 12:30 Talk Of The Town it! A new shipment every week
WELCOME TO Sunday School 10:00 A. M. our prices on MAYOROC Blocks, Lumber, Roofing,
12:40 Uncle Ned keeps his supply up to date. Visit
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11:00 A. :M.
12:45 State News SELMAN'S
Sunday School ...___.._ 10:00 A. M baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. record department soon.
J.lorninlVorship ......_ 11:00 A. M. F.'eningVorship 7:30 P. M. 12:50 Farm News Shingles, Jalousies and Awning Windows, Doors, Nails,

Training Union ....__._ 6:30 P. M. Mid-week Prayer Service 7:00 P. .M. 12:55Veather News Boys! Have you seen the latestin

Fvening Worship _.__.. 7:30 P. M. Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade LEVI'S slacks? They feature "

Prayer Meeting _..._... 7:30 P. M. \V. M. U. 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 1:55 News "back flaps". Definition: neat Paints, etc.

Owen: Business Meeting Finrt Jack Pickles S. S. Supt. 2:00 Gospel Time looking buttcn flap back pockets. II i

Wednesday night of each month. Royce Tuten B. T. U. Director 2:30 Public Service Newer yet are the "flip top" poc-

Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second REV. N. M. ROWELL, Pastor 2:45 2:55Vorld Afternoon&. State Melodies News kets, exclusive with LEVI'S. You IT COSTS NO MORE TO BUY THE BEST

Thursday night of each month. have to see these yourself. Even
Preaching! Service* Every Sunday CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 3:00 Afternoon Melodies the traditional LEVI'S jeans
3:45 Public Service
Cnm Worship With Us. CHURCH have a new look. They are done
4:00 News
REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor in tiny grey and .black stripes with MAYO
4:05 Parade
Request
Preaching Services every Sunday copper rivits. (And, mothers, they
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH 4:55 World & State News
Morning Service 11:00 A. M.
have double knees!) While you'rein
REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 5:00 Request Parade
Services 5:45 Sports Highlights THE FAMILY STORE lookingat
pverv Sunday. Sunday School every Sunday at
Sunday School _...___.... 10:00 a. m. : 10:00 A. M 6:00 World News this new merchandise, take advantage .

Morning Worship ___ 11-00 a. m. BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. 6:15 Twilight Tunes of the sale on cinch-back LIME PRODUCTS CO. Inc.

Training Union; 7-nn p> nIXening Prayer Meeting every Wednesdayat 655 News slacks-two pair for $5.98! That's ,

Worshio ........ 8:00 p. m. 8:00 P. 11LBrotlierHood 7:00 Sign Off terrific!

Prayer Meeting Wed. .... 7:3D p. m. first Thursday every PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO

month at 7:30 P. Is!. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICESCONSTRUCTION Phone SWift 4-3131 j- Mayo, -Florida
L. D. S. SERVICE The Gorden Williams family will
Everybody Welcome.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF leave Sunday to spend ten or twelve
REV. J. R. COLLINS Pastor.
\\ \ LATTER DAY SAINTS days in Louisville, Kentucky. While .

c MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST New and Remodeling there, they will attend the hardware . . . . . . .

..Sunday school 10:00 a. m. 701 South Range houseware, and gift showing .

Satrament KfeetinK ........ 11:00 a m. Bible Study. __ 10OO.M., Howerton Supply Co. at the Belknap Hardware and I One Great Team :
Lord's Supper and
Relief Society .and Priesthood Time Manufacturing Company. Belknap

-and..mpnt pact Meeting.JALL as. aivnounced. at Sacra., BiKe Edification Study ___...._. 11:00 7:00 A.P.-M.M. Crankshaft Brake is the largest company of its kindin I Amoco White Gas & Super Permalube Oil :

SERVICES AT- AMERICAN I Preaching 7:30 P. M. the world-covering 40 acres of I

Ladies' Class Thursdays floor space! Tuesday, Mr Williamswill .
LEGION HA ;; Drum and CylinderHead I i I '---- -
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meet his representativefrom .
'E R. CARRYL. Branch Pres. MADISON CHURCH OF GOD r .. 'st
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Tallaha ee. W e.ill be looking '
truDGE ROAD, CHERRY LAKE :+ .
forward to seeing what new merchandise I _
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Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Grinding .
will featured in GORDON I _
NEW HOPKFUL be _
1IorningVorship _._ 11:00 A. M. .
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH WILLIAMS HARDWAREafter d
Evening Worship ___ 7:30 P. M. General Repairs t
Services every ttpst and third ,youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P. M. the buying is over. I .

SiTMays at 11 a. m.. and 8:00 p. m. REV. B. B. BRICKLEY, Pastor TILL NEXT WEEK I .

Sunday School every Sunday 10:00a. McWilliams Garage TONI'JEAN, .
m. BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH I

Training: Union every Sunday 7:00 Welcomes You I .

p. m. Services Every Sunday I WAKE UPRARIN' ROTARY MEET .
f W. T. RYCROFT, Pastor REV CARL .V. IPastor Major Douglas Montgomery of

Sunday School 10:00 A. Is!. TO GO the U S Air Force, now connected I :
MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. with the faculty of Florida State I MEDDERS

CHURCH Choir Practice __ 6:00 P. M. Without Nagging BackacheNow I D
University, was the guest speakerat
p7. JACK T.QWr-- PastorS. Training Union ___ 6:30 P. M.E'ening I You can get the mst relief TOO .
need from backache headache Club I. .
nagging the Wednesday.
R. SRT>O Chairman Board of : Worship ..._.-___ 7:30 P. M. and muscular aches and pains that often Rotary
Wed. 7:30 P. M. cans restless nights and miserable tired- }!e discussed mainly the sonic 1
Di"'I.C'nni! Prayer: Meeting: out feehngs. When these dUcomforU
BTU Director and booms heard so frequently. caused :: STATION :
Billy Bt>v come on with overexertion or stress I AMOCO
Leroy Cruct Associate DirectorIJPJOV SEVENTH-DAY ADV 'TISTCHURCH Another&traiD-7'OU disturbance want relief-want may be mild It bladder fast' by today's high speed Air Crafts

CTIICP ----- S. S. Sunt. irritation following wrong food ana breaking the sound barrier. He .
F Miss MerlA B,c.r Sons T..PadPrMrs. Services every Saturday at Mad drink-often feeling.setting op a restless uncomfortable explained the cause of the sonic

Jiwnlta' Cruce PlanicRnndav + ison American Legion Hall. Doan's Pisa work fast in separate booms, and said the situation would : AK MEDDERS OwnerNew ( :
ways: L by speedy pain-relieving on ,
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A. m
School 10ox1 Sabbath School begins pu to ease torment of nagging have to be endured in this sonic
fn'"tnVorship 11:00 A. M Church Service at 3 p. m. headaches, nraseolar aches and pains
) irrita No-lead AMOCO Gas Tires Batteries Accessories
%. by soothing effect oa bladder age.. Greater ,
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Trairlnelivening -' .M 'D U E WILLIS. S S Supt tion. I. by mild diuretic aetio. trading Hendersonof .
Dr Lee
C7nrchip __ Q-t'It'P "tprayer HAROLD YATES Pastor Telephone to increase output of the IS miles of Guests were LUBRICATION WASHING & POLISHING
kidney tubes. sI
of Education
the State Department .
Meeting Wed 7:30 P. M. HU 3-6517. Enjoy a good nights steep aDd the .
Just .."'I't' .;t.hnnt OPO rleq- Everyone Welcome! same CO years.happy New.relief Urge millions size have saves for money.over Dr J A Davis Madison and CORNER' BASE & SHELBY STS. -- .

I 'Mt1e. Re rdl'cc of vour r "+h's. wit] Get Doan's Pills today* Mr E D McCallxxz zmmram mm PHONE HU 3-9419 .. ... R
Touch-typing course
"im"'n.Vhpthcr cotton. Homo- FREE- Mr E D McCall of. Green Cove .
every SMITH-CORONA portabl e DQAN'S PILLS I U.--- .4
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SUPER VALUES FROM

$1.00 and up Now real medicated. ;

Also other excellent values help fortroubled

Andrews Dept. Store skin!t


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LETTER TO THE EDITORSir ;. "
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Recently, I took a group of boyson : '

a 2-day camping trip. These .. .. .1.1'New'Scrub
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boys were members of the Valdosta

Boyj' Club Indian Club. On our Set by,
second day there stormy weather
I. prevailed in the Cherry Lake, Dorothy Gray
A.
A ing.Florida area where we were camp- really helps clean;

Havingmade no previous arrangements heal, clear up

for these conditions, problem complexions!:
I ccnsulted with Mr \V E Wilson,
I caretaker of the Cherry Lake
Just 3 easy steps:,
Beach. Through his contacts with

Mr Hjbert Hendry, Commander of 1. Mediated Scrub Soap goes]
the down deep to rout out the last!
Cherry Lake American ,
FAMOUS HAMMERCRAFT WATERLESS COOKWARE One Lot ofMEN'S Legion trace of clogging dust, oils and
BY we were able to stay in the Cherry make-up.
Lake American Legion Hall that
SUITS 2. Midicated Rtfining t.otw)
CLUB ALUMINUM night.It gets at one of the biggest cause*]
Year-round weight. Tropicals. Wash n' Wear is my desire, through this of troubled skin-bacteria.
72"RE Featuring "COOK-N-LOOK COVERS
letter to inform the people of 3. M.d eaf.d Bltmitk Cr.uagives ,
8 Pc. Set at i Price
effective
highly hethng
If bought piece by piece this set would cost $42.90 $ LJ95 Valdosta of .this kind of service action all night long.
NOW FOR THIS | | : given to a group of boys. I wish IMPORTANTt Conscientious /
!P 21.45 "Your Friendly Credit Store" also to thank Mr Wilson, Mr tIM Scrub Set really pays off with I Ia I'
SALE ONLY
clearer wondrous!? more attraetin -
Hendry and the Lake
Cherry ,
LAZARUS FURNITURE CO. BEST CREDIT American Legion for this deed and complexion. Set $2.85'

extend to them a cordial welcomeat :
CH 4-2355 123 N. Ashley Street Clothing and Shoes 111 South Patterson Street any time to the Valdosta Boys' SMITH DRUG STORE
Across from Dosta Theatre Club.
HU 3-6262 MADISON

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ERROL SEWELL WATTS SHOT
Sunbeam Automatic"IRONMASTER" ARMLESS ,
Program Director

Reprinted from Valdosta Times Robert Watts, a pulpwood laborer I
SOFABED Wed, July 15 1939. was shot Saturday night while

Police Chief Cherry and Sheriff I
$11.95 Electric Irons Regular $59.95
Work is beginning on constructionof Simmie Moore were attempting to I
' Tobacco Season SpecialDOWLING'S Mr and Mrs Howell Edwards arrest him. Sheriff :Moore stated ''I

$5.00 home in Lakeside. that Watts resisted arrest and that

39.OOP he accidentally shot him. !
$17.95 Steam Irons $10.00
LEE NEWS\ N01'ESMr Watts was not thought to be

SORRELLS & MARTIN INC. J critically injured I II
ELER FURNITURE I Sheriff Moore and Chief Cherry i
and Mrs R E Ragans had were seeking Watts on a city
110 West Hill Avenue (Next to Western Union) 128 North Patterson Street Phone CH 2-1515 !
as guests Tuesday of last week Mr warrant when the episode occurred.
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SALE &: ladies'BED'ROOM for a visit with relatives at I Gorda, was the weekend guestof

4 SHORT SHORTS his former home. her daughter and family, the
GROUP
Mr and Mrs Frank Stokes had S A Smiths. She left Monday;
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as guests this week end Mr and evening accompanied by her granddaughter
Regular $179.00 and JAMAKASRegular I : I Mrs Homer T Lashley and two Miss Nancy Smith, for
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to $4.98 cnildVefi ol Lakeland, Miss Helen I Los Angeles for a month's visit

I $159.00 Stokes of Jacksonville, and Mr and I with her_ brother, Mr HU&hHolt..
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RE CO. 52.99 Mrs Alfred Pinkard of Madison. -q.1 -xl:; 1.6x+9-
CH 2-4341 Mrs Albert Campbell returned I Miss Loui Watson of Apalachicola -

MATHER OF VALDOSTA MARTHA'S home Monday from the hospital in, and Miss Pat Russell of Talla.
Tallahassee, weekend of Dr
iP Mr Campbell reports hassee were guests
CH 2-8143 129 West Central Avenue Valdosta, Georgia 208 North Patterson Street that she is doing nicely. II and Mrs R Watson.. --- ..*

m Mr and Mrs Junior Lamb and

son Richard of Jacksonville were I

I A i Lamb.recent guests; of Mr and Mrs L A II I I


i Mr and Mrs S Newbern of ,

Auburndaje came Friday for''a ti !
$1.49 Value MEN'S AND BOYS' visit here, and in the Hickory

Brown LeatherLOAFERS Grove Community and in Suwannee Checktfiesecarbuys
DUST48inch MOP county with relatives and

I friends. His many friends are glad
Full Handle. Action" Yarn
"Magnetic _1
he is
getting better from a long
, I Will 1 Not Scratch Floors, Assorted colors A $9.95 Value SpecialPATTERSONJONB illness caused by his heart.

Mr Jan; King and Mr and MrsPck USED

Special 7* 16.88 King returned horrid Monday
from a visit in Tampa, Plant City,
and other places of interest with
relatives. -'.*flJH2n;
CO.ng McRAE & HODGES DRUGS '
"- Miss Viola Chandler, and sister, I
[ With Us 119 North Ashley Street Phone CH 4-1533 "Good Shoes Sirica 1 1903" Mrs A A Bamage and daughter CARS

,, 61 Clinton South, Carolina were t
.'it"! _._ ,_ _', 0 guests Monday afternoon of Mrs

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Chandler. --
REVERSIBLE SEAT CUSHION A FAMOUS SLACKS Mr and Mrs Elvoye Kent of 1956 Chev. 210 $1195

IVY LEAGUE Lakeland are visiting Mr J T Kent
Provides riding comfort for summer driving. a .for a few days. 4 door, powerglide, 6 cyl
For now and back1 -to3chooI. Colors Sand, Powder Blue,
''Lights, 1 Regular $2.39 j) OO Black, Brown, Grey: Mr and Mrs Leon Coppedge of 1956 Station
&&* Tallahassee for
One to a customer came a week end
$1738.00jnaulf REGULAR $4.98 and $6.98 Chev.door
,visitwith her parents, Mr and
Giant sll# wlfh"'crvshproof steel springs for complerfS V8rttilJfiSfi. 53.89 Mrs A R Humphries. Wagon $1395
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... : Nylon-iritched embossed Vinyl trim. Among the out of town guests
Red, Blue or Green 2 pairs $7.50 3 pairs $11.00.REGISTER'S ,. attending services at the Methodist radio, heater powerglide

I church Sunday were Mrs Parkerof 1955 Chev. 210 $995
OODYARSERV1CESTORE'a Newberry, guest of Mrs James

Williams, Mr and Mrs H F Mc- 4 door, extra clean
Trucks 203 West Hill Avenue, dldosta Phone CH 2-6930 114 North rt0rsoh Street dugeon and baby of Tallahasseeand

I 4-1653 Across from' .# Valdes Hotel "- >.- Mr and Mrs D G McMullenand
CH -' 1957 Chevrolet lk ton
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daughter Miss Anne of Gainesville
1.11.. ".
,, Vam's .m Valdosta guests of Mr and Mrs L L clean $1195
OnEi Group Lad es' and PreTeenDRESSt"5 Great, Great Sale, of Woven McMillen. Pickup

CHECKS Mr and Mrs Dalton McCulleyand

; GINGHAM son Of Jacksonville are visitingMrs 1955 Chevrolet /2 ton
Values( to $18.?\J E Turlington for a few days.!
58 Mr. and Mrs Clarence Green of
clean $895
$2.00'luxuN Winter Haven came Monday for a Pickup
combed cotton with wrinkle-sny firiish.HAUSMAN'S' visit with Mr and Mrs Lon Welch

Regular 79c and Mrs Audrey Williams, and
1955 Ford % ton
family.Mr .
1
C. CVARNEDOE & CO.
.118 N. As-hfay. Sr. .Valdosta, Georgia' and Mrs R M Smith have Truck $795
had as recent guests four of his Pickup
sisters and a brotheMJlaw Mr
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v-8 motor, clean
Ben Russell

i Friends of Mr L J Demotsis are CANTEY MOTOR CO.
glad that he is doing nicely since
undergoing surgery in the Live- MADISON. FLA.

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NOTICE!



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will be accepted from 1:30 P. lip
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MONDAY JULY 27, at the

furniture plant office.

Previous experience not necessary


Apply IN PERSON ONLY



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Single or REGULAR $14.98
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Slocum's Furniture Exchange CHILDRENS SHOP WESTE

"Ga's. Largest for Children" 301 N Pane*so
Semi-Annual Dress SaleSUPER 111 West Savannah Avenue
and frames ,. .
Aluminum screens VALUES FROM :- _,'1" .-" '.,_ _' -'_ .:'_ -.. "_ _.'_ ._ .' _'__ __
cost less than wood.
KRESS Jumbo Portable
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. $1.00 and up Special PurchaseNYLONS HAMMOCK

Also other excellent values
80" Long. Perfect for indoor or Outdoor Use. Steel
GIRLS STATE OF SEMINOLE Andrews Dept. Store 60 Gauge, 15 Denier Full i Fashioned spreader bars for extra strength. Just take apart for

FLA. Regular 69c easy handling. Adjusts| for use as chaise lounge, cot
GREENVILLE
:Mrs Frankye Frohock Presidentof .. or bed. Pillow for added comfort. Regular $24.95
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American Legion Auxiliaryunit -P Pi*. 83 Value.
no 131, of Greenville Florida REGIONAL LIBRARY MEET jtBBf $12.95 New in Progr
served as Counselor to Girls Statein First Quality. Shades: Glow, Harmony and Red Fox

Tallahassee from July 10 Mrs Sarah Rogers, area chair- Sizes 82 to 11 Nobody But Nobody Undersells S

through July 18, 1959. man, presided at a planning meet-
S. H. KRESS & COMPANY SOUTHERN ELECTRIC i
Girls Stat( was organized as a ing held at the Sirwannee Hotelin "

National Americanism activity of Live Oak, Monday. Plans were 101-109 North Patterson 117 West Central Avenue CH 2-3110 No

the American Legion Auxiliary in I discussed: for the opening of the I .
1937. The first Girls State in I libraries and operation of the I II '_-:: :: "_ ___- _' .J __."_:L' .- '_ i; ..; 1 =- :: .-_ '- : .- __- ____ :.._ _; __ ... _

Florida was held in June, 1947. I bookmobiles in the area this fall. I EARLY SALE OF FALL
This was the 13th session. There j 1 Representing Madison County on LAWN MOWER
were 11,000 outstanding high the Advisory Board will be I WOOLENSValues r
I : Full 25" Cut. 3 HP Motor B/
school girls attending Girls State
Mellous Moore of Lee, Mrs Peter
to $3.98 a Yard. 54 inches wide. New Recoil Starter. Control on Handle
this summer. I Stern of Greenville, Mass Irene I Plaids, Solids, Stripes, Flannels, Basket Weaves, SPECIAL PRICE 4 Delightful F
Girls State was organized to in- Williams and Mrs H Kramer of I
spire and develop interest in the I Madison, and Mrs Dan Chason of I II 548.95THE

study of government, foster civic I Sinnans.f SI.68ndi Yard '
leadership, but most of all, to Fred Andrews of Madison
MILLER HARDWARE COMPANYLOW BEComp
stimulate a desire to protect the f County, a graduate in Library FAMOUS STORE
privileges and responsibilities ot Science from F S U has been ap- 217221 East Hid Avenue
our democratic form of government. pointed to the library staff.
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Girls Nation, sponsored by the Those attending 'from Madison

American Legion Auxiliary, is held County included Mr Mellous Moore, I

Washington, D C. It is a week Rev Zeb Williams of Lee, and his i
of studying Federal government, house guest Miss Sally Allison of I
meeting National- Government Officials Horseshoe, N C, Mrs Dan Chasonof
.and visiting places of histori- Sirmans, Mrs Ruth Reams and I

cal interest in our nation's Mrs Ila Bowers of Greenville, MrsR PRICED i OFF SALE ATSTEPHENSON'S

Capital Two girls selected from L Millinor, Mrs Francis Collins,
each state vie for election to Miss Irene Williams and Fred COLDSPOTPorcelain

National Office. Andrews of Madison. The group I Enamel l Interior
Each of the Girls Staters sharesin enjoyed a luncheon at the hotel. 17 FT. CHEST All Diamonds at 1/3 and up to 1/2 OFF i
the selection of Florida's
representatives .
to Girls Nation. The FREE 3 YR. FOOD WARRANTY Regular Price $198.00Plus

two girls selected for Girls Nation WOW PAYS FOR Special Saving 99.00

were Mary Lynn McClutcheon of $122,000 T-B TREATMENT 5 YR. GUARANTEE ON UNIT --- Q

Winter Haven and Belva Lee New- Regular Value $269.95 NOW 899 00 ci1
man of St Cloud. Walter Bishop, In the first six months of this I
ex-principal of Madison & Lee year the Woodmen of the World Now $224.95NATIONWIDE

shares the honor of having Miss Life Insurance Society paid more SERVICE GUARANTEED HORACE STEPHENSON'S I
than
$122,000 for
Newman in his school. medical and HOLTON

Miss Georgia Ella Mugge of afflicted hospital treatment of its members [SEARS ROEBUCK & COMPANY Downtown Castle Park ''
with 116 CentrLubricate
pulmonary tuberculosis West
Greenville, who lived in the city
President VALDOSTA GEORGIA' Valdosta-Also Thomasville
of Okeechobee, County of Homosalsa Howard M ,
filled the following offices- Lundgren reported. _
Included are thos who received. __ .___._ __ -
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City Commissioner County School
Board Member and the House of, I both in-patient and out-patient .$1.50- HEAVY GAUGE PLASTICPack
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Representatives.Miss reatmentThis Front Wheels _.dh___. 1.80 10GALLONGARBAGE 1 1i<<
Sandra Ulm of Madison held l free medical and hospital I
Wash Car __. 1.50 CAN
for -- -n-m --------
the offices of Choir Singer, City care Woodmen of one or more
Fire Chief and escort. years membership is about fire with lock lid Arm
I percent greater than 9.____ the first six Regular _nU______ __h -. _n.$4.80
----- Regular $4.95 Value
' :months of last year, President '
$2.45
; THEVEATHER Lundgren pointed out. In the 12 special 52 98

:months last year, the Society paida SOUTARMY
SOUTHWELL MOTOR COMPANY
total of $232,000.
Week ending July 21st FIRESTONE STORE or
On June 30th there were 158 Buick Studebaker
Max Min. Rf. Opel "'Lc
Wednesday 90 70 .21 Woodmen patients receiving this 400 North Toombs Street 110 North Patterson Phone CH 2-1961 111 South Ash

Thursday 90 72 .05 medical treatment, 66 of them in .. ..
Friday 88 71 .96 25 hospitals in 23 states the --- -. -.. - -. -. -. .-- -

Saturday 87 70 1.32.others, out-patients. BARGAIN DAY Chic Electric


Sunday Monday .89 85 72 73 .07.12 TELLS OF HAWAIIAN TRIPL 1953 CHRYSLER HAIR CLIPPER SET SiNEW

Tuesday 92 71 .00
YORKER SEDAN Hair Clipper, Crew Cut Attachment, Comb and

Total 2.73 C Bruner, who recently returned Transportation Deluxe at low cost Instruction Book in Attractive Zipper Plastic Case
PRICE REGULAR VALUE $9.95
Rainfall week ending July 18th : from a trip to Hawaii, gave

at Gibson Tower 4.10 in, Lovett an interesting report of his visitto 5395.00 $5.20MOTQRS spMOR
Tower 4.00 in Aucilla Tower the fiftieth state at the Lions'Club '

2.90 in, Sinclair Tower 3.00 in meeting Tuesday. He showeda
Lee Tower 1.90 in, Madison forestry number of pretty views of the SMITH BARNES DRUG STORE
Your Avfh r
headquarters 3.03 in. country.Mr .
"Valdosta's Oldest Auto Dealership" 201 S. Patterson St. CH 2-1925 N Asr.aY.
Sun rises July 24th 5:46 am Bruner was assisted by Jim

sets 7:36 pm. Harvey, of the Florida Service
Moon rises July 24th 10:37 pm. who showed a movie of scenes on A'
;
Moon in constellation of Aquarius the islands which he made while 2xci11Ei1$ 1J
July 24th. visiting there three years ago::'
High tide July 24th at St Marks Phil Hoche of Winter Park was'

light 5:22 am. : 1 visitor.

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fine Value Only Wedges hi and low, open back and toe
Colors in Beige and Black & White

Q9.9 U' REGULAR $5.95ONLY

[rs, Plasti-coated to last, clean easy. : .

loice of red, blue, green Friday July 24th

SEAT COVERS $15.95 53.49 ,


B. ANDERSON'S DARBYSLADIES

IN AUTO ATLANTIC SERVICE SHOESn
St. Phone CH 2.5945 206 N. Patterson St. Across From Courthouse| 9A.M.to5P.M.

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CANNON 81 x 99 1959 Chevrolet '/ on Pickup

SHEETSRegular THIS WEEK ONLY Free W ash--F ree Dry

Price $2.93

First Quality, Only DELIVERED IN 81766 00
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$1.79 VAlDOSTA. .

;ss the Greatest ti's Sale in our History ROGER BUDDCHWARTZ'S : Free CokesA


CHEVROLET COMPANY

[fitters for the Entire Family" 505 N. Ashley St. Phone CH 2-3311
'th Ashley Street, Valdosta More People Buy Chevrolet I

REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE ON HAND ALL DAY
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FRIDAY TO THOROUGHLY ACQUAINT YOU WITH

[NEW Regular $2..00 (
SPECIAL: ONE WEEK ONLY OPERATION OF THE MACHINES.Sixteen .
Cara None
With each Oil Change Purchased
T H POWDERfragrances washers and four dryers, all operated by coin
,I YOUR CAR OR TRUCK-. .WILL BE
i : Frosty, Crystal, Icy, Sparkle I

ONLY LUBRICATED I .FREE

99 ,
TO GET ACADEMIC DEGREE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF in this cause, viz: As right of way

-LILE DRUGS ELLINOR MOTOR CO. THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, for a portion of State Road No.
Mrs S A (Ernestine Ezell) Kin- IN AND FOR.MADISON COUNTY, 20 in Madison County, Florida, and
torner Patterson and Hill Your Friendly FORD Dealer in Valdosta sey Jr is among the 80 senior FLORIDA. that one of the Judges of the Circuit -
candidates for academic degrees at LAW NO. 23: Court in the Third Judicial
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF Circuit of Florida will, on the 3rd
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'S Florida Southern College's annual
FLORIDA, an Agency of the Stateof day of August, A. D., 1959, at 2:00
summer commencement on August P. M. in Circuit Chambers in
Florida and Court
I I 7, Mr and Mrs Kinsey Jr and,
j MADISON COUNTY, a Political Lafayette County Courthouse atMayo
children, and Mr and Mrs KinseySr Spbdivision of the State of Florida, Florida, consider said Declaration -
will spend the first week of Petitioners, of Taking, appoint appraisers -
August in Lakeland attending the vs.THELMA and make such order as the
Full Size FOR THREE WEEKS ONLY I Baccalaureate and graduation exer- WATTS, Defendant. Court deems proper. All parties to
I, NOTICE OF RULE .NISI the suit and all parties interestedmay
CASHMERE AND WOOL BLEND cises. NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN appear and be heard at the
iBABY BED
PROCEEDING: time and place designated.You .
LADIES COATS Mr and Mrs Ernest Housemanof i IN THE NAME AND BY THE and each of you, are hereby

te with Waterproof Mattress S I Washington, D C spent Tuesday AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF commanded to appear by filing an
Regular $30.90 Guaranteed $45.00 Value I night here visiting Mrs Houseman's FLORIDATO answer to the petition heretofore
uncles and aunts the Dickinson ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN filed in this cause in the entitled
family. Mrs Houseman is the I AND to all persons and I Court on or before the 28th day
533.00 former Miss Betty Spain of Colum- parties having or claiming any/" cf August, A. D., 1959, to show

22.95 bus, Ga and granddaughter of the light, title interest, estate, mortgageor what right, title, interest, or liens'
other lien to or in the parcel of you, or any of you, have in and
6 Milium Lined late Mrs S R Whaley of Ocala.
land hereinafter described and the to the above-described land and
O All Colors Mr Houseman, a designing electrical ....
following person together with all show cause why the same should ...t
FURNITURE COMPANY O All Sizes engineer, is being transferredfrom unknown persons claiming by, not be taken for the use and pur-
Washington to Orlando.x through or under known persons pose set forth in the petition filed

LUKE BROTHERS -x- who are dead, or who are not herein. -
Fal Avenue Phone CH 2.2553 I
Jim Cowart who has been known to be dead or alive: WITNESS my hand and this Seal

stationed at Moody Field left Jack- Thelma E Watts, Route 1, Lamont, of said Court on this 22nd day of I

__ '_ .1"'. -. '"' .3rd enroute to Green- Florida. July, A. D., 1959. I
; .rJSPECIAL -- -- -- sonville July
PURCHASE l SECTION 35030-2105 STATE DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk of the I
ALL WOOL land for a year's duty. ROAD 20 MADISON COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS Circuit Court of Madison County,
Beautiful, 'Imported Moss Florida.
ROS'E IS TO CREDITORS
BLANKETSREGULAR "TEA TIME" NOTICE SRD NO. 43 RIGHT OF WAY (COURT SEAL)
That part of: STEPHEN J JOHNSON, JR., Attorney
$4.95 Beautiful I Moss Rose pattern on- white plate I and cup Florida StatutesIN Lot 11, Block "F" of the Town I for petitioners, Holland
Surplus. Special Sale Price with gleaming gold-colored trim THE COURT OF THE COUNTY of Eridu according to plat recordedin l Building State Road DepaaanenfcTallahassee

$2.00 Includes 4 cups and 4 serving plates JUDGE. MADISON COUNTY. FLORIDA plat Book 1, Page "E" public: Florida.
IN PROBATE.In records of Madison County, Florida,,, 47-4t-ch
All 8 PiecesDUVAL
re: Estate of James N Tuten. t
SALVAGE lying southwesterly of and within q
ERN CO. $1.98 Deceased. I :134 feet of the survey line of State John D Shaw and mother, MrsJ
PER-
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ]Road 20, Section 35030-2105, said D Shaw Sr of Wabasso
|d NAVY STORE PAWN SHOP EWELERS SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS !survey line being described as follows came
ans On Anything of Value" AGAINST SAID ESTATE: : Friday for a visit with Mr and

jey Street Valdosta, Ga. 122 N. Patterson St. Ph. CH-..2-7941 You and each of you are hereby Begin on-the easterly extension of Mrs E E Hadden. Mr Shaw returned '
notified and required to presentany tie south line of Block "C" of the home Monday, while Mrs
-- -. -- ,-- -- -- claims and demands which you 'Town of Eridu, Florida, according\'I Shaw remained for a two weeks'
Children's Washable either of have against!i !visit.
or you may to plat recorded in Plat Book 1, M
New
FUN SHOES the estate of James N. Tuten, deceased -I Page "E" of the public records of I I. -x-
late of said County to the Madison County Florida, at
ELLA a Mr and Mrs J P Morrow returned
GUITAR REGULAR $2.98 VALUE County Judge of Madison County, point 203.50 feet easterly from the I I Saturday night from a ten day,
Steel I Reinforced Neck Florida at his office in the court southwest corner of Lot 1, of said I\vacation
| trip during which visit.I
they
Regular $24.50 Value $1.OOCOLORS house of said County at Madison. Block "C'. run thence North 38
ed. Mr and
Mrs
Julian
Florida, within eight calendar degrees 08' 28" West 3717.40 feet I Thompson
$19.95IS :, RED NAVY months from the time of the first I to the west line Section 17, Township at Florala, Ala, and Mr and Mrs
rial SIZES: 4-8 6i-12 12i-3 .. publication of this notice. Each 2 Sou.h Range 6 East at a\Roy Morrow at Alford, and spent
claim or demand shall be in writ-| point 323.75 feet north from the i several days at Panama City Beach.,
PAWN SHOP JOAN SHOP ing. and shall state the place of I southwest corner of NWU of said I
residence and post office address' Section 17, Containing (300 square BIG
17 CU.
Gibson and Fender Guitar Dealer 111 N. Patterson St. '\ FT. WIZARD
ized of the claimant and shall be sworn fret: ) 0.007 acres more or less.
Street Phone CH 2-6758 Where Pays To Buy Your Shoes tf) by the claimant, his agent, or i OWNED BY: Thelma Watts

attorney, and any such claim or,I! TAKE NOTICE that a Declara- HOME FREEZER
S demand not so filed shall be void. ion of Taking has been filed in
A A LILLIAN TUTEN. As adminis the above-styled cause, by the petitioners $259.99Western
tratrix of the Estate of James N.. the acquiring authority ol
Tuten, deceased. these proceedings, of the takingof
First publication July 24th 1959. the above-described land, fox Auto Store
47-4t-ch DLIN the purpose set forth in the pstitior i


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Proctor, Rufus Jewell Mrs ElizaBeth "WCf'a

Sullivan Eugene Dees, Mrs
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Saturday 25 uanita Singletary, Otis Peavy .- ; ", ', "' '." .', "--"<' --; t'
DOUBLE July FEATURE \i )Jetty: Jean Pickles, Mrs Lottie ," ,, / '" '.. \: ; : ff

THE GUNMEN FROM LAREDO, \I Uae Stokely, Mrs Betty Burnett, > :' / -. : > ; D" ) 'r. .. 1 :
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in Columbia color, starring Robert 1 Mrs Rosa Hay, Mrs Betty Sue ) .. ,

Knapp, Jean Moorhead. Most desperate 1J J Bowers, Mrs Grace Griffis, Mrs ,, ,, '. ,. ,
, vengeance trail in southwest I Lydia Hill, Mrs Mary Currie, 1:0'' 'i
history. The Texas desert flames into MADISON 'I [ft C3
Cecil Wright, James Lester Adkins,
violence, led by a fiery Indian girl DRIVEINTHEATREt
-and the Keefers who waited for t Quinton Dryden, Mrs Artie Burns,
l im. Now under new management; open Mrs Florenme Ketring and John
every night. Children under 12'in
Kaney.
A PLACE IN THE SUN, starting ( cars) always free. ,,1i
Discharged: Mrs Doris Koon
Montgomery Cliff, Elizabeth
From BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:15 P. M Ellis Drew, Mrs Elizabeth Sullivan -
Taylor. a poor girl sweetheart -
Mallory Wells, H B McNealey,
to a society figure to a PROGRAM 4
murder charge and deathLone- Jesse Loper, Mrs Ida Johnson

someness leads to Friday-Saturday, July 24, 25 Otis Peavy Miss Betty Jean

ing doom hags:: disaster-Impend-I DOUBLE FEATURE Pickles Phil Howard Regna Coffeo .

Its vivid and THE MATING GAME, Debbie Mrs Juanita Singletary and i' r >' <: ;. ; ::;- '-" '<.;ll." .' -' (. '.";:
Reynolds, Tony Randall, Paul Doug- &&I'ii "' ;i" -'
SunMonTuesJuly 26, 27, 28 las baby, Mrs Betty Burnett, Mr .1 -" :ah." ",,5 ff".:";cj ",i; 1

IMITATION OF LIFE in Cine-I I and Lydia Hill, Eugene Dees and i'r: -- : : .:iii- 11I-
; 1 "
maScope and Technicolor, starring APACHE TERRITORY, Barbara Robert Proctor. 1)' :.": ,' ... '-'--.f. : : ':
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Lana Turner, John Gavin, Sandra Bates, John Denner, and Leo Gor- BABY SINGLETARYBorn I"'i '

Dec with Juanita Moore. Fannie don. to Mr and Mrs Kenneth '" ----- ..-.- .-- --.-- -..:....------ ._- _: -- ,--- -

Hun today's ts's tormented best-selling generation.novel about Another Sun-Mon-Tues, July 26, 27, 28. Singletary on July 16, a baby boy. KING SIZE
He weighed 8 lbs and 15 ozs.
Jet love slip by while she DOUBLE FEATURE MILAM FURNITURE DINETTE
BABY STOKLEV 9 PC.
strove to attain stage fame. Lana First run in Madison-

Turner, more glamorous than ever WOMAN OF THE RIVER with Mr and Mrs D G Stokley an- 103 North Ashley Street 507 South Patterson Street 0 Cnrome or 0 36" x 721

before, in her greatest acting role. Sophia Loren plus: KILL HER nounce the birth of a baby girl Valdosta, GeorgiaWe Bronzetone O Extends t|

Cartoon. GENTL July 17. She weighed 8 lbs and extend to all a cordial welcome during this $139.95 VALUE

Wednesday. July 29 Wednesday-Thursday July 29, 30 4 ozs. \ special sale
SOLID CEDAR 899.00
BABY BROWNMr
DOUBLE FEATURE $1.00 per carload

COOL AND THE CRAZY, star- DOUBLE FEATURE and Mrs Walter J Brown an- CEDAR CHESTRegular $5.00 DOWN

ring Scott Marlowe, Gigi Perreau. THE KEY, William Holden,. nounce the birth of a baby girl,
18. She weighed 7 lbs and14ozs. < RHODES FURNIT
DRAGSTRIP RIOT, starring Sophia Loren, Trevor Howard. July $39.95With 529.00

Gary Clarke, Yvonne Lime. Hot. Plus: Murder Reported.Mr 114 S. Patterson Street Phone]
Rods5 motorcycles. Cartoon. COLORED PATIENTS lock and uplifting trayMEN'S
and Mrs Charles Roth Jr Valdosta, Georgia
Admitted: Mattie Riley, Johnnie
Thursday-Friday July 30, 31 and baby of Myrtle Beach SCare
Annie
Williams, William McCain,
DOUBLE FEATURE guests this week of Mr and Mrs
Mae Austin, Barbara McFarland,
THUNDER IN THE SUN in Charles Roth. Mr Roth Jr, who is BARR HAS BIG BARGAINS
color, Susan Shirley Randell and Charles Akins.
in Eastman starring
in the Air Force leaves July 31st TROUSERSWash
Hayward Jeff Chandler. A fiery Discharges: Cleveland 'Postelle, GENT'S 17-JEWEL WATERPROO
for assignment in Turkey.x
an
Basque girl loved a regular guy Johnnie Williams, Mattie Riley, and and Wear, Dacron and Cotton, Dacron
against family custom. The excit- Herbert Tinsley. and Rayon WATCHES
of the French winegrowers Miss Phillis Parramore was the
ing story Born to Barbara McFarland, Regular $7.95 $9.95
and their trek to California.A weekend guest of Mr and Mrs John $29.95 Value, Only
July 18, a Tib and oz baby boy.
daring and unusual fight to the Glenn Copeland at their St Teresa special price 55.95
1DEATH Born to P A Austin and Annie
finish cottage.
Mae Austin on July 18, a baby 14.95

THE GIANT BEHEMOTH star- boy weighing 4 lbs and 14 ozs. KELLER CLOTHING COMPANY,
INFANT
OF
ring Gene Evans, Andre Morell,

John Turner. The biggest thing FETED WITH PRE-NUPTIAL INC. R. F. BARR SR. JEW
since creation. See the 200-foot James Alvin Brown, infant son ,
PARTIES
horror, from the earth's beginning. of Mr and Mrs Odis Brown, of 106 North Patterson Street 1Q8 West Central AvenueLAWS'

Nothing so frightful ever before Madison died early Tuesday morning -
Miss Marion Moore, whose BBUBHEDDIE
seen on the screen. Cartoon. at the Madison County Memo- B
marriage to Marion LeGrande

BAPTIST CIRCLES rial Hospital. Roberts of Donalsonville Ga will White with Red TrimENAMELWARE FURNITUR
Survivors besides the parents are
take place Sunday, July 26, was
brother, David Eugene, of
Will meet July 27th. Circle No one the inspiration for a series of Your Restonic Mattress Dealer

1, will meet with Mrs R B Bryanin Madison; his paternal grandparents charming parties the past week. 10 qt. Dish Pans 12 qt. Buckets 3-Pc. SaucepanSets $59.95 RESTONIC MATTRESS FO|
Mr and Mrs J A Brown of Daw-
her home Monday a m at 10o Mrs Beasley Cole and daughters, 2-qt Covered Sautepans 4 qt. Covered Pots
Ga, and matenal grandparents, S.39.9
son Percolators I
clock. Miss Judy Cole and Mrs Harry 8-Cup |

Circle No 2 will meet with MrsV Mr and Mrs JV Bass of Hope Drake, were hostesses at a mis- Regular 98c to $1.39 Two Places To Serve You
well, Va.Services. I
\ B Davis Jr in her home at 3 cellaneous shower Thursday eveningat I EDDIE LAWS' VALDOSTA FURNIT
held at 4 m
o'clock p m. Circle No 3 will meet were p 8 o'clock at the Cole home Only 69eMCRORY'S 211-213 North Ashley Street Phone
Wednesday in the Chapel of the
in the Educational Bldg at the complimenting Miss Moore. Co- Across from the Courthouse
T J Jr Funeral Home. Interment
Beggs -
Church Monday at 3, o'clock p m. hostesses with Mrs Cole and daugh- I v EDDIES LAWS' SWAP SH(
will with Mrs was in Harmony Ceme- ters Mrs and 5 & 10 5 & 10
Circle No 4 meet were Henry Ragans 408 South Patterson Street Phone!
tery. ill
O R Hamrick in her home Monday daughter Miss Jean Ragans. Miss

evening at 8 o'clock. Ragans will be one of the bridal

Nita McCullough circle will meet Semi-Annuaillress Sale attendants 0 X14 -;_.*72: ,.
Yd
with Miss Irene Williams in her SUPER VALUES FROM Decorations in the rooms were I. IT PAYS TO SELL

home Monday evening at 7-30 arrangements of white gladioli and

O'clock. $1.00 and up green carnations, emphasizing the

bride-elects wedding colors, and
Mrs Richard Stringfellow of Also other excellent values I marigold and dahlias in the rich FREE CAR RADIOWith SHEETINGOld

Washington D C is here this week Andrews Dept. Store I autumn Colors. The honoree received I
the Purchase of a New Deluxe
visiting Mr Stringfellow at Town many handsome and useful Time LL 40-inch Domesti
1959 ENGLISH fORD
Square Inn GREENVILLE, FLA. gifts. Her gift from Mrs Cole, Miss During the 1959 Valdosta Tobacco Market REGULAR 29c PER YARDleSe

Cole and Mrs Drake was china in

her pattern, and from Mrs Ragansand .515.99
A Yard
Miss Ragans silver in her
Guaranteed for 30,000 miles against all mechanical m
elwsen pattern. Punch and small
1jt failures Limit 10 yards per customer
1 1 cakes iced in green and white were I I

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SAM LAZARUS
Mrs S H Moore, mother of the SHOP

honoree, was among the thirty or |/U3 I 103 North Ashley Street Do Your Trad|
R.r+ more guests. _... 1016 North Ashley Street ?fi6n$ EH-5585

,"" _""" "C. \r(I,,'P....:..'. __ JfilLLh BRIDGE PARTY v.........*.- _

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Mrs R S Williams and Mrs B N 1959
NEW
GIRLS' EASY CARE
Gross
., complimented Miss Moore abridge
: :: a Friday everting at Mrs
a a COTTON DRESSES
Williams' home. Miss Barbara I RENAULT DAUPHlHiNa'vy

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+c Naughton won the bridge prize, Styled by our own Miss B, in easy care fabrics that mean BJueW.S.W.
nY and the floating prize was won by light homework for Mom, all-day neatness for Sister. Tires, Heater, Signal
tJp 40 Miles Per Gallon Sticker Price
av t Mrs Dale M Leslie. Sherbet and See the extra full skirts the deep hems the I to -

meringues were served. The hostesses elasticized waistbands for grow room. Choose from TOBACCO

presented the honoree with these and many other styleS! all rich Fall colors.! All at SPECIAL PRICE $1595.0

tlf silver in her pattern. this tiny price. 3.99 value onlyS2.H7
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LUNCHEONThe etivliCHILDREN'S OLIVES MOTORS IN

home of Mrs V M Folsomwas ,

the setting for a lovely CENTER, THIRD) ft.662 I 6od 4 1 PlymoutH Dodge Trucks and R

luncheon Saturday honoring Miss BELK-HUDSON CO. Sales and M/vice Used Cars an

is Moore. Hostesses with Mrs Folsom t 1103 North Ashy Street, Valdosta, Ga. Phone

Were her daughters Miss Ann _' __ ._. -- --
Folsorri and Mrs* Waring Wyche Jr ,, __ --0 ___. __ '" --- -- -- -

E t N 1S Green and white was the color Pfa7or4Jf ly Famous Brute]! MEN'S PAJAMASRegular
X
er Here inde
'e ev er express your fcntifli tt$.for they are styt&f of white mums and green $2.98 Fn/ff of the Loom
0 II beautifully an A three course buffet
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Regular $ .<$$ and $1.50
passed brilliance Se?t\ 'plt now. I luncheon
was rfreii Gifts td the SI.98

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