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 Material Information
Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33284795
lccn - sn 95047180
System ID: UF00028405:00184
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PAGE TWO THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 31. 1959





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Rev,and Mrs Lewis Hughen had DON Corns: JOINS :. .-fTs' 1'i1' :_ ..(: ""f -' .
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HugberfV as guests father frol1.Long- Beach;j I Don Ixrftb' of Dudley, Ga.(has <..,.,"".:....'-....-,.....Jf'!If ,. :....:.''< ;. .. k0 ,<'., :... Tobacco- Season- .: ,-.
California !?and Mr Viand!Mrs TjV W j joined :Precisionware, Inc Mr'tbftiS ; ; ?" fit. : We :promise to give you' the !:VI Ii
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t.Gulf'I4t cO'. "," .' .!': : r ... "-:SUMMER MATERIALS ';/f':; .,, 'S: m-i tics' Watches, 'Costume- R
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;:!ADAPT.A y ..{ Mrs, 'F--F4.1. '0' Naughton;?hand"':, Mis!! ; ".' (; : t1#:-:j'. ; ; tsSpecIalS > : ,
The Year Around'vGORDON ;"' "
PIAANFits Barbara Naughton entertained .&1 MADISON CLOTH SHOP
the bride's maids luncheon honor SELMAN & FAMILY
your ing Miss Marion Love Moore am .MADISON' FLORIDA. ,.. .
changingneeds her attendants Saturday. Fifteer ii : "
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Miss Moore and Mr Roberts, MnS
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Stop worrying about May attendants.of Orlando, and the bridal Pinetta Garage WE SALUTE

your child's education; .. .
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insure it the exclusive seat Pinetta Florida r
tables were laid to guests.
White organdy over green satii MADISON TOBACCO OPENINGWHILE
Adapt-A-Plan Ask
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was used as table covers.
your Gulf Life center arrangement on the dining"table TRUCK NEEDS, REPAIRS, IN TOWN THIS WEEKEND

representative.Gulf. of white pompons was in th WELDING, GOODYEAR ;.: ...
shape of two wedding rings. TIRES AUTO-LITE 'I .: See us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT-
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The hostesses presented the honoree .
with silver candle sticks. MsMoore's s BATTERIES & SINCLAIR GAS tt VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS

gifts to her attendants ,?'. : -
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PHONE HU 3-2304 108 S. Horry, Phone HU 3-2395, Madison Fla.Mac's .

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O. C. KIRKLAND Superintendent ."! V: Furniture & Appliance Co.
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FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL HU 3-6230

WHERE THE PRICE IS THE LOWEST
Latest, Hair Styling -.,Beauty Care
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The Rev and Mrs Paul Touchtonand : ATTENDANCE. PINS RYKARD-YATES WEDDINGSET
Wilson McCloudArtis daughter, Miss Mary Jewell'ouchton. FOR AUGUST 2

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1j r- C and Dave Wilson of left Monday on a three weeks' Sunday School were awarded Sunday The marriage of Miss Ann Rykard,
MARKET = Madison Route 3, announce the vacation trip. The first week they morning at the Presbyterian daughter of Mr and Mrs G F Ry-
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...- ".. ... .._ engagement; of ; their daughter planned to spend at the Bible Conference church as follows:' kard,-will ,be, solemnized;Sunday,
.o. : Nellie Mae, to'Tom lUcCloud of Grounds, Boca Raton, Fla. Tor one year: Philip Beck, Frank August 2, 12 o'clock noon, at Rocky

.. .... 5t Petersburg Florida. Relativesand Later they will go. to Havana, DuRant, Jules DuRant Smoky Springs Methodist church.
.. ; <' friends of the couple are invited. Gammon, Harriet Gandy;' and Dr No invitations are being sent
.t ". Cuba, where they will visit the
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event of August 30 at 6:00 p. mat For three years: Cindy Gibson tives are invited.
the home of the bride with'a Churches. Miss Acosta will remain -. Dannie Gammon Judy Cole,
immediatelyafter in Cuba for a longer visit Genette Gammon Nell Norfleet, Mr David Lanier made the pre
reception following
Radio & NewspaperADVERTISING the wedding. 48-lt-pd with relatives. -x- I and Mrs Julian,Gibsca sentations.

Mr and Mrs J H Southall of

The Season Is Now Open Clintoa, S C, were overnight guests We banking
last Friday! of Mrs Southall's sister hayeihe
LET'S GO .
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Deep Sea Fishing son Orlando and for daughter-in-law.a visit with Mr .their and .... service ftryou...
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'TILENNER" for a longer visit with Mrs :Mc-
VVf'MAF ;" Nally. ..

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-1230 ON YOUR DIAL Madison's baseball team dropped 1t
Charters Only On Mondays, *
both games of a doubleheader here t
Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays. Sunday to Stockton. The Georgia I
Leaves Dock 7:30 A. M. boys won the first game 7 to 2 and
-THE MADISON Returns 5 to 6 P. M. the second 6 to 3.
Other Twin Rivers league games .
$5.00 saw Valdosta taking two from Ha-
hira 3 to 2 and 8 to 3, Moultrie
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: iEnterprise.Recorde.r. .;,,;..>.:. FRIDAYS INDIVIDUALS- SATURDAYS ONE >. game and tying./the second 5 to 5, No need to go anywhere else for'-'dlfferent I
AND' 'SUNDAYS. and Live Oak talcing two games banking service! We can meet your every

.... ..-...=YOUR "COUNTY-NEWSPAPER. .of.<.. from. "T Remerton: >,A3f sTANDINGS 5 to 0 and '14- .to- 3.w C--- ne ght-.h'ere .....: '.wlr t1.'er1t.'rfOra.... :- I
CaptT Bad TayET'STEINHATCHEE I W L Pet.. savings account or checking account, or

The Two Local Advertising Media Valdosta -, 16 4 .800 safe deposit box. Come in soon!
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Cooperating To Promote _." -. CROSS CITYI ":a LIVe Oak -L'u. 9 .550 Florida Bank at Madison
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four children, Lilla,, .$ocky, John
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arrived Wednesday to, spend the
month of August at Ponte' Vedra

Beach, where they will share a
cottage with Mr and Mrs W H

: "F k4 Flick and children of Miami. The
Keyes family visited Mrs Keyes,
mother Mrs P J Parramore, and
Miss Phillis Parramore en route to
the beach. Mrs Parramore Miss
Parramore and Elliott Flick of

Miami who has been visiting his .-----'OiW
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grandmother and aunt; will join Members of the Highway Patrol Auxiliary and Highway
the family party at Ponte Vedra I Patrol pose at a recent dinner in honor of Trooper John Ross I

Saturday. I who was transferred to Panama City. ,o':
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Mr and Mrs Frank' -Graham and Bevan, of Tallahassee were guestsof i FOX GO-BOY CARTS
zt ,. three children left Wednesday Mrs Farris Bryant in Ocala the: HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
morning for Denver, Colorado, to past week end. While there they
W visit Mrs! Carl Sackett and Mr were complimented with a luncheonfor I
ackett at Canon City. eight guests 'given by Mrs Bryant at her home.

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BARN ''DESTROYED M -this tobacco barn an<'( the 1,000 pounds X Y NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE_ SALE.. : I FROST. PROOF FRIGIDAIRE'-' '

of tobacco it contained was destroyed by a fire of unknown -
I origin The barn 2% miles east of Montkello, was owned by NOTICE is hereby given that the '
Steve Walker. The loss was estimated at $ .soo. (Photo for the undersigned, as Clerk of the Circuit 13 cu. ft. Refrigerator-Freezer
,:Democrat by Pete Gibson) Court of Madison County, Florida, L
pursuant to that certain final decree -
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County Court Earl Fabian Tyre, driving while Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
." intoxicated, $100 or sixty days and Circuit of Florida in and for Madi-
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(Past few weeks) months. 29. 1959, in that certain cause IN

Lee ackson, assault and battery John W Currie worthless check therein pending wherein Van H SEE QUID NEW K EVER SECS10FRIGIDAIRE
$25 ,r thirty days. $( OO bond estreated and. .Clerk instructed Priest and R C Home as partners
Ervin Rucker, worthless check to issue capias. trading and doing business as Madi-
$25 or thirty days and make full J G Wisenbaker, unlawfully removing son Finance Company, were plain- ___
restitution of check concealing and disposingof tiffs, and C L MeClanahan was defendant In the Three Latest
'George*Hampton, driving while personal property subject to will offer for sale and sell
intoxicated $100 or sixty days, written contract, $7.75 bond es at public outcry for cash, before Models.] Also, the new _
and driving privileges revoked for treated. the front door of the Courthousein Pull-Out Oven Stove

one year. Also, driving without litense Horace Anderson speeding, $30 the City of Madison Madison. with the "Cook With-
,' $25 or thirty days. bond estreated. County, Florida on August 8,
1569, during the legal hours of sale out Slavery" features.
Matthew Humphrey, drunkenness, William Earl ChilderS, speeding
$25 or thirty. days. $35 bond estreated. to satisfy the terms of said final
Cecil Monroe Cochran, permit- John David Clark Jr, improper decree, the following described
ting unauthorized person to drive. passing on a hill $35 bond es personal property, to-wit: '
$15 or thirty days. treated. Also reckless driving, One Chevrolet,Truck 1948 model,
Ida. Mae Burnett drunkennessand wilful and wanton- $50 bond .es- Motor .ro. F12876ss.r C No. .'- -
vagrancy; $25 or sixty days treated. 2196703. '
on Count,,One. and $100 or ninety Arthur Edwards assault and This notice to be published one S : r
days on Count Two. Judgment and battery, $35 bond estreated. time at least seven days prior to .. .
sentence withheld. Speeding, $35 .bond estreated: said sale in The Enterprise-Record) oat.
Stella McGhee, drunkenness, $25 Robert William James Sr, RussellD er a newspaper published in Madison a FS t -
or thirty days. Gerard, Warren Curtis Tingler; Florida, and of general circU-
James Purvis Simmons, speeding Bessie Lee Gallon, Wattie Eugene lation in Madison County Florida.
sentence withheld. Gillis. DALE M. LESLIE
Thomas M Dixon, driving! with- Annie Irene Raycroft, improper Clerk Circuit Court of Madison
out license;, sentence withheld, defendant passing on a curve, $35 bond es County c Florida.
48-lt-ch
being held for military treated.

authorities' as AWOL Francis Edwards, drunkenness, $35 Mrs Lewis Gaston is convalescing .
Jeff W Kinsey worthless check. bond estreated. at her home at Hamburg, after an
As to Count One: $23.89 fine and Driving without license $35 bond illness of several weeks.
make full restitution of check in estreated: Rudolph Heath, Franklin
amount of $53 or thirty days. As I> Arnold. Edwin Tyndall Jackson improper Now you can have FREEZING WiTKOIT FROSTING
to Count Two: $5.25 fine and'make Lindsey LaRue Lane allowing passi 1gOD hill), $35 bond eStreated.
full restitution of check in amountof .. unauthorized person to drive, $35 Oscar Mosley reckless driving in a budget Frost-Proof 2-doer model !
$50, or thirty days. bond estreated. wilful and wanton. $35 bond es-
Floyd A Reams no driver's li- Reckless driving $35 bond es:t treated. IT'S A No frost to .defrost-anywhere; anytime!

rense $25 or thirty .days. treated: Garrett Erving NewmanJr David Lee Padgett, operating QUEEN'S WAY No frost-stuck foods and Jce trays..
John Henry Joyner, improper John Roy Traylor. vehicle without license tag, $30 r
turn; because defendant is not well, Charles Young, assault and battery bond estreated. 0 ,lVE
judgment and sentence withheld. $50 bond estreated. Fred Silas drunkenness, $35 bond Completely separate Flowing ColdRefrigerator .
Inez Livingston permitting unauthoriZed Charlie Franklin, no valid drivers estreated. Frost-Proof freezer with Section
person to drive, sentence license, $35 bond estreated. Driving without license, $35 bond storage space in door. Full-width, removable
withheld. Permitting. unauthorized person to I estreated: Thomas Denson Duke, c New Frigi-Foam insulation metal 1 shelves
Joe Smith possession of home drive $35 bond estreated: Arthur Lethorn Langs William Jackson riiittMJ gives 9 more pounds of Glide-Out Hydrators for
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brew, $35 or ninety days McDaniel, CharlesDixon.. Owens. frozen food space moist-fresh fruit
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Ida Mae Smith possession of Henry Scott, improper passing, Speeding. $35 bond estreated: .._.. MOIOII
home brew $35 or ninety days. $35 bond estreated. John Henry Keller, Robert. Collins -
Mykel Dorn Sapp, driving'while Samuel G Smith, driving without S Joseph, Jimmie L Taylor. -
intoxicated $100 or: sixty days license. $35 bond estreated. James Ola O'Nealy, assault and 'rptt.ijAIR! } .I V NCEl I .2- -tJ- -J ts-te, l,- -fi-' WrTH- iN-- M'JNijIVPAY -
and driving licenses revoked for Drunkenness $35 bond estreated: battery, $35 bond estreat --- --- -

three months. Rosa Clark R L Clark. Rob Roy Cuthberth Sr. speeding /. / $100.00 Trade-in for any Refrigerator that will Operate
James Leon Williams,possession of Gene Young, assault and battery,, $25 bond estreated. :
an unlawful alcoholic beverage $25 $35 bond estreated. Paul Leo Baggett driving with
or thirty days. i James Van Griffin, reckless driving out valid license $25 bond e& ON FROSTPROOF FRIGIDAlRES ONLY TIllS WEEK
Carl Aaron Webb Jr, speeding $25 bond estreated. treated.
sentence withheld_ :Melvin Blanton fishing without t John Williams reckless driving, .-- -, '
Neal Ross Major speeding, $25 license $25 bond estreated. $25 bond estreated.
or thirty days. Speeding $35 bond estreated:: Speeding $50 bond estreated:
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Robert Benjamin Bailey m, Thomas Moore Grady Weamai I Roy Hamilton Hall, Cecfl' Eugenj w ells.Fi4fl.Co.
reckless driving. $25 :or;thirty days. Bennett, Wiley Eugene Joni J amen Roberts. j .
Robert Henry Thomas, drunkenness Brinson Herbert Connaste/ Beat: Randolph Scott driving on .lef
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ment; also 3-bedroom house jn Saturday, August 1

Madison. $2500 down. DOUBLE FEATURE'
I RUN OF THE ARROW in
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REALTOR Santa Montiel. Any man who could .
Phone, office HU 3-6481 beat the arrow could live. Action :1
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I .TJ MADISON. FLORIDA.. He lived with danger. J;j;
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FOR SALE: Hay peas. High germi-
management Vision Shirley Booth, -j,!
nation. HUGH GIBSON, phone under new ; open. starring
HU 36895. 48-3t-ch every night. ,Children under 12 Anthony Perkins, Shbrley7MacLaine. |
d-AllnuaI; t, (in cars) always free. The hilarious stage hit-now, even ,I|
HELP WANTED more laugh-provoking on the screen. '!
: : ...,- -, :. .r --- BOX. pFFICE OPENS 715; P. M.. A story of life love and marriage :]

-rx<**! :Sale 'hegbs Jrrjday July 3i& at> 9'A. M. .; : : f ATTENTION MEN: Serve consumers ... PROGRAM in the village of Yonkers. The 2 i I!

with Rawleigh Products in happiest and absolutely the most -
zIJ desire July 31, -At**. 1 different movie you've seen. Car. -
'8th Madison County. Must have Friday-Satttnhry
; r:And Buns Through August .
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: Y 1 ,t ', 48, 50 62, 1, 3, pd JOHNNY CONCHO, Frank Sinatra Technicolor, starring Van Heflin,
;; : Agnes Meorehead Silvana' Man- j

;' :' ,Dresses $1.00 It>> ,r' Sun4ay-MofHiay, August 2, 3 gano. Thrilling adventure with a
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: rz <- : : .. NOTICEMrs DOUBLE FEATURE cast of thousands. Action-romance :
2 ", i THE JOURNEY, Deborah Kerr,, spectacular battle scenes and
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coats are reduced Frances Sanders director of Plus TEMPEST. Cartooru.TuesdayWednesday .
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.;;,' ...":'.31I'WELRYBAGS: 1/2 PRICE.'f: ; ::- 'that you make your child August 4, 5 i
ren's reservations for the coming Tues-Wed-Thurs, August 4, 5, 6 ', DOUBLE FEATURE i
3n6. DOUBLE FEATURE ONCE UPON K' HORSE in !

-? AD make' for fail : school 9:12'a: term. immediately.Monday through Ages Fri GREEN MANSIONS, Audrey' CinemaScope starring Martha Hyer -',i

::i ;, ;; m iio'to room ,, day. For m.- information, call HU Hepburn, Anthony- Perkins Dick Martin, Nita Talbot These -i i
Plus funsters will lay you in the aisle- I
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:- = ';-" 4:-(. ..? rCWISe.aiD and Carry 'n. 3 6440 or ;HU 32577. THE BANDIT OF ZHOBE, Victor with the wackiest comedy. yet. A
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Mature, Anne: Aubrey, Anthony terrific spook of a movie wit
..> '1' ; .' '. 00'- ::' 'ig-OkLee Weds Newley. laughs guaranteed by the carloac I

.. no' exchanges $1.00 A CARLOADMRS JOY RIDE starring Rad Fulton I
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JI\! : Elbert R. Hamrick I
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Mrs Joe C Peavy, wife of Trooper
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_________ rick at 2 p. m. Sunday, July 26, in Peavy ofhe State Road patrol in CinemaScope and Eastman color, i
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g<'T'T'T Ir"Vi7ij "" -- of the in an
fc simple but beautiful ceremonyin was one principals starring Jock Mahoney Kim Hunter, 'I'4
MEN ARE SHOWOFFS the Baptist church of Lee, Fla. automobile accident at Waycross, hunt
Gets Oil Warren Stabbed Tim Hovey. Man hunt, woman ,
Agency
; The bride is the daughter of Mrs Ga about 8:30 p m Saturday, July gold hunt. All of them wanted to I

Choy Chung Ki of Seoul, Korea, 25. Passengers in the car with Mrs share his money and one wanted i
Men are showoffs. Mobley in Jail and the bridegroom the son of at the time were her small to take his life. J i
And besides most guys are Jack Wade is the newly ap- Mrs Cleo R Hamrick of Lee Fla. Peavy 'jl
would-be supermen. pointed agent for Orange State Rudolph Warren was treated at The Rev I T Carter, pastor of son, Robin Lamar, and her mother, TAMMY AND THE BACHELOR !

These observations come strangely Oil Co., distributor of Cities Ser- the local hospital for stab woundsas the church, performed the double Mrs C A Roberts, of Waycross in CinemaScope and Technicolor I

enough, from a member of the vice Products. the result of an altercation ring ceremony. whom Mrs Peavy and son were starring Debbie Reynolds, Mala -

so-called stronger ....sex,- Thomas Saturday night in the Southwest : Nuptial music was presented by visiting. Powers, Leslie Nielsen. She'll steal

Fansler. FOLSOM REELECTEDIn section of the city. Mrs B .F Blanton pianist, and Miss Mrs Peavy, who was driving a your heart away. It's rich with
In support of his opinions, Fans- According to the Sheriffs office, Juanette Allen soloist. 1958 Ford sedan, had stopped fora humor and down-to-earth sweetness.A .
ler, director of the home divisionof the City election 'Tuesday, Clarence Mobley is held charged Candles were lighted by Tommy stop-sign when a 1955 Ford grand film, with lots of fun for
; the National Safety Council :with the stabbing.4ilkVAt. ,Bishop of Madison, cousin of the eery member of the family because -
Mayor V M Folsom was re-elected driven by Jack Wilson white, age
Cites facts these had with men
; such as : term bridegroom. she a way
1. Seven out of 10 persons who Forty-four Commissioner votes for' were a three-year. cast, ,a 1t=fOl: ;Mrs.-Carol :Joiner ,of Jacksonville,, 55, rammed her car from the rear. from six to sixty.! Cartoon.Mr .
die in accidents are males. Folsom r Buckeye ,pousinot; tt*? bridegroom! wasniatrojTbf i Damage'to Mrs" Peavy's car was J: f
2. Males- are.* cfled! imeroften l \ bl norrand, B. W'Hamricfcof :: estimated at $600 according to and'-MO'Neil McCullough
Election manigers"Were
':han fenratestJit'accident'' involving 'and' J-Minter! W. B -Perry Ben Houck. 34. died Mon- .Lee served'as' his brother's best: Trooper Peavy, who reported the and sons, Jimmy, .Sonny, and Alfred
Davis Jr
; J& D from Atlanta J
arrived last Fnday
motor vehicles;? fires ; rownings. -** *. *- ::1ry" : ,.. day-evening en route to a Jackson- accident, and Mr Wilson's car was
.:firearms railroads, poison gases .* t*' ville 'hospital shortly after being man.Two of the bridegroom's cous total wreck. for a week's visit ;with home folk ,
tx and poisons. COLORED, DEATHS injured at the, Buckeye Celluose ins. Henry Reams of Madison and I a While here they will visit MrMcCullough's
1 Tn a recent year" Fansler ,'!.. .. Corporation of Foley where he was Frank H Reams of Greenville were! Both drivers and occupants of brother, J A Mc- I
pointed out.men were killed three an: employee. ushers. the cars caped! with minor injury. Cullough in Jacksonville.
Maggie Hall, age 59, of Madison
times more. often in motor vehicle passed away in the Madison County He was injured when paper fell Given in marriage by the bride-
accidents than women". 'Memorial hospital Wednesday, from a.fork lilt.he had been opera- groom's uncle, Mr A D Reams Sr.

..Thirty years"- ago, the average July:22nd,'after an extended illness. ing and crushed.. the upper part of Greenville Fla, the bride worea
,white female lived about three years She was, a life long 'citizen of cf his body, street-length dress of white taffeta y\
longer than the average white male. Madison County. Her survivors are Houck was a native of Madison and 'Chantilly lace, trimmed with
Today she ,can expect to outlive her husband four daughters; four County and lived in Greenville be- seed pearls. A crown of seed pearls Lat.
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her man by more than six years.A sons; three brothers 'and 32 grandchildren fore moving to, Perry 17 years ago. and sequins held her shoulderlengthveil
big reason for this accordingto ; Funeral services were held Services were held at 3 p. m. of net. She earned a white

Fansler Women are more care- Sunday, July 26th at :1:30 p. m. in Wednesday at San Pedro Baptist Bible topped with white carnations.
ful working and playing than men. the St. James Baptist church. Burial church with the Rev Paul Hendryand Following the ceremony a reception
hazardous job to be the Rev W D Tanner officiat-
there's
Tf a followed in Oak Ridge cemetery was given in the educational
done around the house," Fanslerexplained with Clifford Stallworth, managerof ing. Burial was in Woodlawn ceme- building of the church. After spending -

"..he. man does it. ,Be- Beggs Colored Funeral Home, in tery.Survivors sometime with their guests they
., sides men's jobs involve more charge include his wife Mrs left for an undisclosed destination.

hazardous tools. Clarence Aikens; age 51, died in Alberta Odom Houck, of Perry; The bride is a graduate of Sookn- ,
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"And men so often ,are showoffs. Miami, July 21st. Funeral services two sons, Edward Franklin and yung Women's College, Seoul, Korea
Solution to 1he"problem? The weretheld Sunday afternoon at William Howard both of Perry; and of the Graduate School of y .

little woman. 4 o'clock in the Bethlehem Baptist his mother, Mrs Karlia Houck of Home Economics of Cornell Uni- 5 -
Women," said Fansler, "can d]I church- Interment followed in Greenville; two brothers JB, of versity, New York USA. The bride-

.'B, lot to keep their men alive. They the, Bethlehem cemetery with Clifford Ashville, and Carl of Orlando; five groom has served fourteen yearsin Y.
"- can encourage them to play it safewhen ,I Stallworth of Beggs sisters, Mrs Frances Pickles of the United States Army and is
manager .
_ .. doing odd'jobs around, the Colored' neraJ Home, in charge."No. Madison Mrs Evelyn Grier, of Winter : now stationed aTFort,BennmgTGa. ...-: ;I
h'Dose. Garden, Mrs Katherine Scott,
"They caD persuade hubby heisn't woman wants to be a widow of Orlando, Mrs Louise Scott of Mrs J L Wyche is spending

expendable, that he doesn'have .t --even of a would-be superman' ,'", Perry, and Miss Carolyn Houck of. several. days in Jacksonville, this
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he said. Orlando.
to :
week taking a course of instructionin

J secretarial work for the Sheriffs

office, preparatory for the new MR and MRS GENE WHEELER, .
HELPERS OF HANDICAPPED 8RI IC 1 budget system. .. who were recently married inGreenviDe.


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GUESTS FOR' ROWE-MUGGE

S ; Guests WEDDING here this week of Judge r ONE TO

-'S and Mrs R H Rowe for the Rowe-
J0S 159.95
; Mugge wedding were Mr and MrsP
N Johnston, of Atlanta; MrsE GROWON
S English and son, Stuart of i'
Asheville, NC; Mrs W G John-
son of Columbus, Ga; Mr and Mrs
Fred Mittenmeyer of\Coral Gables
Fla, and Dr William;J_*Rowe of ,
Fort Benning, Ga. $> :
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Mr T L Yickers-of*:."Greenville1 j .. ,-

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All Cinch-Back Trousers are----r-on' .
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!I sale at THE FAMILY STORE Be-
loW'cost prices will interest you birthdaY. I
if you need boys trousers for '
school or work. THE FAMILY : Just one candle or an "extra" candle) on a cake
STORE-By the bank.! i symbolizes the traditional'good wishes for "another year"*

of health, and growth. For: those already in the grown-up
,,' Crankshaft Brake I class, the wished-for "growth" takes on a new significance. -
Mostly it signifies progress toward predetermined
... Drum and CylinderHead I i goals of attainment and happiness. In this sense, systematic
savings here make every year a "year to growon
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and three sons, Chip Mike and their home al' Cocoa, except You look through your glasses
Philip returned Friday from a Chip, who is here for a longer visit -The rest of the world looksat
I motor trip to California. They them .
; with his grand-parents, Dr and
t'I visited points of interest in Mississippi TRADE WHERE THEY
I! Utah, Colorado and other Mrs J J Conway. ARE MADE I
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I. As E-R PrintedJohn

I.I I Plymouth S-door 6-pastenger
Waring, who ran a help Deluxe Suburban "
I wanted ad last week, reported his
! phone started ringing quickly after
! the E-R hit the street. Altogether,
I! ten or twelve applicants got in touch
with John. .
SEE THE WORLD'S MOST EXCITING ,-
SPORT RACES EACH
NIGHT EXCEPT SUNDAYRAINOR ROBERTS-MOORE 6"E
SHINE REHEARSAL DINNER .
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POST TIME: 8:15 P. MNEGRO daughter, Miss Jenobel Zipperer,
entertained at the Roberts-Moore ,.
GRANDSTANDTHE rehearsal dinner Saturday evening,
and the coffee after the rehearsal : ,
Saturday night, at their country
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-' -. home east of Madison.An .
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green ,satin covered the dining .I
: table. laid for the' bridal party IC
.. families and out-of-town guests, Plymouth Savoy t-door Sedan "'" C
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three course menu was served. -

7 1 Among the dinner guests were .
I Mr and Mrs S H Moore, Madison, :
Mrs F H Moore, Rock Hill, S" C;
-- -fROOBtE 6JITH. CoIlt.treR Mr and Mrs Marion Moore, Mrs ;
:- IS THAT IT AlWASS COMES Your repairman \vpll
Barber Sykes, Miss Betty Sykes,
IT'S TO .
40UEIO TOO COLD
Bill Sykes, Mrs Joe Moore and
; ". 1 EtJJai T. .. -._. .*-.-_! make no mistake by daughters, Mary and Jo Ann of
J; Manning, S C; Mrs Jim Moseley Now't the tune to see your Plymouth That's right-truly worthwhile savings
4 ... J coming to us for all Roberts, Dr John Davis of Donal- dealer-if you're in the market for a new can'be.yours on almost any Plymouth f
1 .. a. : sonville. Ga; Mr and Mrs Jim car at a really good price! He's holding model you want,with> the equipment you t
,i' ::: J of needs in the Roberts: and daughter Cynthia of his big Summer Sale-the kind of tale want. What's more, your Plymouth
your' Marianna, Clark Roberts of that will really save you plenty of money, dealer is dishing out extra-high trade-ins I
1 of Auto Parts. Graceville; Mr and Mrs'. Tom ij you see him and buy now! and easy budget terms. Don't.miss out!
:: ':.':' way Samuels and Mrs Tom May of (

itl.>:"- ... Don delay have Orlando,; Mr and Whiting Mr John Scutt McCown.Mr of Jacksonville HURRY in to your Plymouth desler's right away-today! j

I and Mrs Zipperer and Miss
..... t him come in today. Zipperer entertained forty-fiv #*& 1
rl Price tkowm ore the A/ann/ac-
! 119 guests on the terrace of their home '
tutft Suei Retail Prices ,
with pie and coffee. Assisting with '
/ef lA ; entertaining and serving were Mr *s SGutraled, ercftuuv _/ trm*. ,
sk"' and Mrs Nat Norfleet, and Misses 'j Aaa clulrp. :.
Catherine and Elizabeth Smith. .. t- A Division of Chrysler Corporation- 1 1RAGANS

Dr Herbert S Kalin, Madison :
AUTO PARTS, Ins optometrist, will attend the Contact -
Lenses Seminar August 1-3 at : MQTOR.Co.
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Orlando.
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LIVE OAK FLA.. PH. PO 2-2329; QUITMAN, GA.. PH. 4401 returned from a week's vacation a t'a _
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Church Revival V Mrs J J Newman and Miss I


Tire A revival will begin !-charming Audrey Newman coffee entertained Saturday morning with- TIMBER WANTED! -

away ,

Sunday, August 2; 1959 I I Mugge complimenting, popular bride Miss elect Carolyn of the Any pine timber for sale, regardless -

month. of
I quantity; selective cutting or
BRING IT ; at the Summer whole tracts. Please call ADEL
TO THE garden flowers in color- .
St John's Baptist Church I ful arrangements were used to GEORGIA, 7161 or 7501, COLLECT,
Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in- decorate or write
the rooms. Sandwiches,

North. Florida Recapping Company Rev J through R Fitzgerald Hobby the,week Evangelistfrom Ga. I coffee cheese were dip and served.wafers, cookies and V DEL-COOK TIMBER CO.


On U.- S. 90, opposite Ragans Motor Co. 1'- EVERYONE WELCOMERev : Among the out-of-town guests P. O Box 499
J B Pennefield, Pastor, were Mrs Eugene Mugge and ADEL, GEORGIAMr

.' ... Madison, Fla. daughters, Misses Georgia and
..t '. HONORED AT LUNCHEON Penny Mugge, Mrs Joe Reams, Mrs
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. Mrs J L Wyche, Mrs R C Dickinson Greenville.The .
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WE/ALSO HAVE RE-CAP 1'piES'FOR SALE Mrs T C Merchant entertained at silver from the, hostesses and from I and Mrs C C Matheny and son Herndon. Janet Matheny, who baa

a luncheon Friday at the Merchant Dean and Mrs Walter Militzer of ,I Tommy spent Sunday at Havana, I been visiting: her uncle and aunt I

> home honoring Miss Carolyn Mugge Lincoln, Neb. I guests of the Rev and Mrs returned
LEI hcme with them.
They will give all the Tread
you Service A New Tire bride-elect. Guests included membersof I
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will and the bridal party and families. 10,000 eOn
or more, at much less cost
Summer flowers were placed in

Yours for tire conservation the rooms and the dining table,

covered with an imported ,cut work th ns a T tk '. .;

NORTH FLORiDA RECAPPING CO. linen and' lace cloth, held an ar-

rangement of colorful fruit.A shows a rising curve of strength year by year!

corsage of rubrum lilies was .. -V
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three-course luncheon was .
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Miss Moore Mr Roberts RECEPTION Gifts to the honoree from thee .

Following immediately after th hostesses were pieces of silver in

Recite Wedding VowsMiss ceremony was the reception in her. pattern. w
Fellowship HalL The decorative 6000

motif of green and white of the .. a .;
church prevailed in the large re MR ROWE, MISS MUGGECOMPLIMENTED

Marion Love Moore, daughter ception room, emphasized with rich
of Mr and Mrs Simeon Huey, green magnolia and fan shaped Mrs J G Ashley's rustic lodge on rS .-

Moore of Madison, became the basket arrangements of gladioli and Cherry Lake was the setting fora ..

bride of Marion LeGrande Roberts,I pompons. picnic supper Thursday evening
Donalsonville, Ga,' son of Mrs! The bride's table, overlaid with given by Mrs
Ashley, Mr and Mrs
Jim Moseley Roberts, and the late I an imported linen cloth was cen 4000
Mr Roberts of Donalsonville, Sun- tered with the tiered wedding Turner Davis and Mr and Mrs

day afternoon, in a four o'clock cake topped with a miniature Carroll Blalock complimenting Ran-
ceremony in the Madison First bouquet of Fujii mums, and was dell H Rowe Jr and his fiancee,

Methodist church. encircled with a ruche of tulle en- Miss Carolyn Mugge, of Greenville. y/ .=.

The Rev J Paul Touchton, pastor twined with ivy caught with a Twenty-five guests included the ,v.:.:': ""',' ,',.'":::::':;:::';>;.:'. >...:.:..
ceremony. nosegay of tuberoses. Crystal bridal attendants and families of .:.::.;.,:. ,'.:':",.,:::.:..:':i\tt\ : :.: ...::...
candelabra entwined at the base, the: couple. 2000 ,.... ..:::{::{ :.::':..:)'.,;::i F::': ::' _.
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Mrs Dale M Leslie was with BhaaMM> jl. Mn ha
organ- ivy and tulle held white After
ist. Miss Jean Ragans, soloist, sang lighted tapers. Flat crystal compotes an informal picnic supper 21 DAYS 1 YEAR 2 YEARS 3 YEARS 4 YEARS S YEARS YEARS 7 YEARS
Through The Years Entreat Me holding green and white the evening was spent at..games. ;: ., Compressive strength in pounds per square inch

Not To Leave Thee, and The Lord's 1 mints completed the effect. .Miss The honorees received gifts .(Of. silver .

1 Prayer. Barbara Naughton cut the cake. from the hosts. Actual core tests lust completed gain in strength of 29%!
Decorations of magnolia and I Punch bowls were placed on tell the story. A basic characteristic of With its specially designed -
standards of white gladioli and the terrace and emphasized the concrete has been proved eSevenyearsagoconcretecorea today's concrete
and branch TOMMY MATHENY again. Concrete constantly increases gives you an expected 50
chrysanthemums same plan of decorations. White
and of safe,
SELLS 77 PAPERS cut from the Pennsylvania in strength. years more
candelabra holding burning white and green cakes were served. smooth No wonder
driving.
Tommy Matheny to date hast Turnpike when it was three This strength "bonus" is
tapers formed the background at Mrs James L Wjche and Mrs i it's the preferred pavement J
been the top Newsboy Salesman for months old showed an average one reason engineers stayed
the altar for the wedding party. Fred Mickler received guests a for the new Interstate System
compressive strength of 5,068 with concrete for all the Turn
Mrs William Cave of Madison, the front door, and Mrs Nat Nor- he E-R selling 77 papers one week -and all other heavy-
inch. extensions. Concrete is
in pounds per square pike
sister of the bride, was matron of I fleet kept the guests' register. MrsS Keep July. the .> Cores recently cut from the predictable. ..the only pave- duty roads as well!
honor. She wore a streetlengthgown A Smith and 3IrsA- B Zigperer good work up Tommy, ,
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i same locations showed a compressive meat that can be mathematically .. ,
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ve
last week. ?
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of green printed chiffon over: assisted in receiving ti j I r strength of 7,226 designed to specific

light green taffeta. The high neck Friends assisting with the wed Slim, Regular, Husky Levi trousers 'pounds per square inch a traffic load requirements.
and short sleeved bodice was at- ding and at the reception were Mrs;
or dungarees are now in stock
tached to the full skirt with a C A Blalock, Mrs A P Edgerly .
at THE FAMILY STORE in Madi-
crushed cummerbund. Her green Mrs S G Owens, Mrs S L Brothers PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION
Mrs Hancock. Mrs VV T son. Your boy or man will like the
satin matched
slippers her dress LaMoyne
1612 East Colonial DiM, Orlando, Florida
and she carried a white and green Davis, Mrs Leila M Gibson, Mrs Yale styles or the new Flip-top
A national organization improve and extend the wet of concrete
bouquet of baby ivy and tiny Jack Wade Mrs 0 R Hamrick pock ts.

White chrysanthemums tied with I Mrs V M Folsom, Mrs Waring r i
white and green satin ribbon and: Wyche Jr. Mrs T M Howerton. ,
she wore a matching bandeau head Mrs S A Smith, Mrs A B Zipperer. .. : S.< i1.
dress. Mrs F Naughton, Mrs Fred ; -
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Bridesmaids were Miss Anne Mickler Mrs E P Sanders Jr, Mrs

Folsom, Miss Jenobel Zipperer andMiss Henry Ragans Mrs Carroll Bla- 1 F
Jean Ragans all of Madison,! lock, Mrs J L Wyche, Mrs B N

and Mrs Stanley May of Orlando.i Gross, Mrs Pat Milliner, Misses
Their gowns of green printed Joan Sale, Rosa Mable Wanng
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chiffon over white taffeta were Francine Milliner, Mary Ruth
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designed similar to the matron-of-' Kramer, Sissy Wade and Ray Nor- '. .
honor's, and their bouquets head- fleet.The .
dresses and slippers were identical. couple left later for a wed- .,
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All wore short white gloves giftsof ding trip to the Florida Gulf Coast

the bride. Jo Leslie, daughter of beaches. O
Mr: and Mrs Dale M Leslie and Mrs Roberts wore a suit of beige -

Cynthia Roberts daughter of Mr chincano with matching hat and
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find Mrs J M Roberts accessories. Her the
of Marianna, corsage was
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were the flower girls. They wore Among out of town guests were (
dainty frocks of white organdy Mrs F H Moore of Rock Hill, S @W(1s
, over green taffeta fashioned with C; Mr and Mrs Marion Moore \ !

,; deep cummerbunds and full skirts, Mrs Barber Sykes, Miss Betty .
end carried white baskets of petals. Sykes and Bill Sykes, Mr and Mrs
The bride was given in marriage Joe Moore and daughters Misses

by her father. Mary and Jo Ann Moore of Y Chang* to \ THE TIM TO CHANGE.
She chose for her wedding a Manning S C; Mrs Jim Moseley :.

gown of white silk organza. The Roberts, Donalsonville, Ga; Mr and SELECTRIC COOKING;
scalloped neckline was outlined Mrs Jim M Roberts and daughter and

. with a deep band of iridescent I Cynthia of Marianna, Dr John I
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mother-of-pearl and tiny seed I i Davis, of Donalsonville. John Mac- : VAtER HEATING o6te.ctnk. !

pearls. The same design was appli- i Cown, of Sneads;Mrs Tom Samuelsand ; R nd save up toW
qued on the front of the bodice. Mrs Stanley May of Orlando
Tiny self-covered buttons formed I and Whiting Scutt of Jacksonville. V /
the back closing of the bodice, and I Additional out-of-town guests at # V V v V Yes, HOW'S the time to change your old stove,

the long pointed sleeves were the Moore-Roberts wedding included and water heater for modern electric appliances.
buttoned at the wrist. The full Mrs F M Shore Mr and Mrs C L .
skirt swept into a chapel train. Harrison Quitman: Mr and Mrs You'll enjoy "matchless' electric performance -

Her veil of French illusion was W F Morrow, Tallahassee; Mrs J j-. and by buying NOW, you can take advantage of
attached to a crown of sequins and V Roberts, Mr Joe Roberts Dr and .__ V.
seed pearls and fell fingertip Mrs H B Jenkins, Mr and Mrs the big installation savings being, offered.. So see

length. She carried a white Bible Curtis Roberts, Mr and Mrs Clark your electric appliance dealer today I And don't
p on which was poised a white orchid Moseley Mr and Mrs Kim Roberts, "
t showered with tube roses and tulle. Mr and Mrs 0 C Roberts, Mr and will pay $25 toward the installation forget, it's also the perfect time" change to cool.

Mrs Moore the bride's mother, Mrs Andrew Jones, Mrs Edwin comfort with electric air conditioning. The >veathr/s .
chose a sheath dress of beige embroidered Leek Jr Mr and Mrs R S Roberts cost of each Electric Range and -
right and the prices!
taffeta beige accessories, and daughter Sheila, Mrs Curtis Water Heater so are .
; replacing flame-type ,
and hat of green feathers. She Earp, Mrs Albert Sistrunk Mrs

wore a corsage of salmon feathered Lottie Flanagan Mrs Alice Moat, appliance. Get full details from your *
carnations.: Mrs Russell Hunter Mr and Mrs / GO ALL-ELECTRIC AND SAVE! ,
Mrs Roberts, mother of the James Brown and children, Mr and dealer or.plumber I. or call our nearest. '

bridegroom was gowned in Navy Mrs Dick Morrow and daughter, office .

chiffon with matching accessoriesand Mrs Robert Moore.: Mrs Bett% .- ,-
carnation corsage. Arnold Mrs Fairdoth PamerJ Mrs t- x:. '\ \
Mr Jim Moseley Roberts of Sara Higgins and Chip Atorfdg : ; J
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brother; ushers were Dr John Dam .
of Donalsonville. Ga Clark Robertsof Otis R Peavy is at home aftera >

Graceville, Fla and W R Cave ten days' illness at Tallahassee \ .

and William Beggs of Madison. Memorial Hospital .
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Hamilton County I Health Dept Says New Home/Reial BIG 17 CU. FT. WIZARD


Escapee Picked Up Here, Cherry Lake 0. K. Revival services.-will be held at HOME FREEZER ,,

New Home Baptist church
Robert Winder, of Tampa, 20yearold August : ,
17-23.
Morning services at 11'o'
white man, who escaped THe Health Dept. issued this clock by Rev Fowler, pastor. Night- .$259.99Western 1
from a Hamilton County road gang statement this week: '
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services at 7:45 o'clock by Rev .
Tuesday afternoon was picked up "Frequent rumors have ,been I
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here by Sheriff S H Moore laterin heard to the effect that Cherry Invited.Sapp. Everyone is cordially 48-3t-ch Auto StoreON :.' t;:.. ... .
the evening inhe vicinity of Lake is contaminated and has been ; :-':;', '
the Davis warehouse. condemned by the State Board of DISTRICT DIRECTOR
Winder made his getaway ona Health for swimming. THESE HEALTH BOARD
tractor which he ditched and RUMORS ARE FALSE. The lake L W Drummond, chairman, district -
abandoned and caught a ride witha has been checked repeatedly in three welfare board announced
motorist into Madison. recent weeks, and no evidence of today that Donald L Nelson has Governor Collins Tuesday appointed :., I
Before being apprehended by contamination was found. If subsequent been appointed district director. T F Livingston, J J Sale Jr, 't'A'
Madison officers who had been examinations reveal contamination Nelson replaces Mrs Frances Colin P Kelly, Henry Messer,.Mrs
alerted. Winder was seen minglingwith announcements will be Hopkins, Live Oak, who has servedas Esther Home, and Frank Cantey
the crowd at the Tobacco made by all news media available. acting dstrict director since to the Madison' County Health and
.: Market.TO Meanwhile, ignore all rumors." 1955. Mrs Hopkins will work with Hospital Board. ;
Mr Nelson for a period of transi K

ATTEND MERCHANDISE ROTARY CLUBAt tion, and then return to her full NOTICE OF INTENTION "
CARNIVAL time Job, supervising her public MAKE TO r.
welfare unit in Live Oak. APPLICATION FOR
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J J Sale, of Madison, owner and Wednesday, T C Merchant Sr EYE INJURED (Probate Law 1933) ,4: V. t x Q
operator of the Western Auto Associate -:, showed'a number of slides and IN COURT OF THE COUNTY
Store here for the past 19 gave a talk on Russia and some
A L Taylor JUDGE MADISON COUNTY,
was cut on the nose
years, will attend the Western of the European countries he recently -
and in the right eye Saturday bya STATE OF FLORIDA.
visited.
Auto Merchandise Carnival in Jacksonville
August 2nd and 3rd. He Immediate Past President Bill rock slung 'by a power mower. : In re the Estate of R S Williams
will be accompanied by Mrs Sale Russell was presented a past presi- Mr Taylor's glasses were broken. : Jr. Deceased. In Probate.TO Moore HumphreyMr.
Fortunately his eye was not thoughtto ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -
and Sam Breeden. dent's pin by the new president, be I
seriously injured.RECEPTION
"This Merchandise Carnival is a H E McArthur, and the club joinedin : .
and Mrs.
Mellous *
special Merchandise Show," Mr singing Happy Birthday to Notice Is hereby given thatI 1 Moore of Lee announce the
Sale sated, "featuring fall and I Henry Messer upon the occasion of INVITATION have filed my final report as I engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter
winter merchandise for our Golden; his reaching his seventieth birthday.The Executrix of. the estate of R S Hilda Van
Anniversary: Year." I Club discussed possible Will aDd Delphine Haynes re Williams, Jr, deceased; that I have to I
Mr Sale explained that the Jack-: changing: of their meeting day in quest the pleasure of your company filed my petition for final discharge Henry Eustace Humphrey- i
sonville Merchandise Carnival is view of the probability that after at the reception for their and that I will apply to the
one of 16 shows which will be held the tobacco season the half-holi daughter, Willie Mae and Johnny Honorable Curtis D Earp, County son of the late tIre and Mrs. B. A. Humphrey Sr. and
in August for more than 3,650! day will be established on Wed- Reddick on Saturday, the eighthof Judge of Madison County, Florida, brother of Mrs. Eustace Kelly of Madison
home-owned and operated Western i nesday afternoon instead of some August, nineteen hundred 'and on the 29th day of August, 1959 for Miss Moore is a graduate of Madison High School and
Auto Associate Stores all over the' observing Wednesday and some fifty-nine, at six o'clock p. m. at approval of same and for final dis- employed in the Madison Agricultural Stabilization Con-
I' the Mt. Zion AME church annex. :
country. Thursday.Dr charge as Executrix of the estateof servation Office.
This is the 17th merchandise I 48-lt-pd R S Williams, Jr.,
Jack Brinson was a visitor. deceased on Mr. Humphrey is also a graduate of Madison High
show that Mr Sale has attended. this 17th day of July, 1959. i
BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. School and employed with North Florida Recapping Co.
Mrs David Cruce and son Davidare ALICE CANTEY WILLIAMS,j
Mrs R C Home is in Atlanta spending this week in Savannah Executrix of the estate of R S The wedding will take place Saturday evening August
this week having a medical checkup. \isiting her sister, Mrs Johnnie fishing Tackle Williams, Jr, deceased. I 29 at 8 o'clock in the Lee :Methodist Church.
Morgan. 47-4t-ch All relatives and friends are invited to attend.

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Bible XAterUl: Job 1; 19; 28: J8 r 43.Der ttt- :
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1 Lesson for August 2, 19".THE


CHAPTERS forming the 4
Material" for this week :
are inadequate, and the few verses
chosen for printing in most Sun
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day school quarterlies or leafletsare .n

pitifully inadequate, to give a
the reader an impression of the
book of Job suchas
that tremen-
dous book deserves '

This col- :
umn thereforewill
be devoted ';t
this week to giving -
briefly thebackground : I

of : : -y ,. ( .
Job and to encouraging _
the .
reader to explore Dr. Foreman blip*
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the great book itself.
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An "All Men's Book" ....., .-_ a A.
One of the great writers and
thinkers of the 19th century called + asvw
Job an "all men's book." Just a A

year or so ago a distinguished
American writer produced a play,
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'J B.," based directly on the book
of Job. This book speaks to people '
who never read any other book of I :: $

the Bible. Most of the Old Test j $ ii
ment is distinctly Jewish (not that ,
this is a mark against it); but the /
book of Job is not Jewish. Thereis
in it no mention of the promisedland
h
or of the people made famousin i
Hebrew history. There is nc

reference to the temple nor to iU s' < '
sacrifices, no quotation from any r' zA
prophet. In fact Job is not repre- S'/.S' L
sented as even being a Hebrew
himself. He is one of the "children THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
of the East,"-in Jewish eyes a ALL FOR THE CHURCHThe
foreigner. 'there is nothing to at-

tach the book to any particular Church is the greatest factor on earth for
place or time. For the problem'
dealt*with here-and it is indeed Our children love Sundays. First, of course there is church. Afterwards the building of character and good citizenship

a problem play in a profound sense Sis It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a

your problem and.-. "mine.- } .. and In good weather, we often have a backyard picnic. strong Church neither democracy civilization
everybody's.Pnlegsi .
survive. There four sound why
are reasons
can
IR Htivirf For me, this outing comes after a morning when I have completed
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The theme and the problem is' bfthe most tasks of weeT=: preaching '
one important my < a sermon support the Church. They are: (I ) For his

suffering Every human being. to Yes I'm minister. If that it sale. For his children's sake. For
either suffers personally or has to my congregation. a surprises you, own (2) (3)

watch the suffering of those he shouldn't. the sake of his community and nation. (4) For

loves. But this is more of a puzzle the sake of the Church itself, which needs his

to ligious religious person persons.can shrug The it non-re-oft, de Weministers 'are people too just as close as anyone else to moral and material support. Plan to go. to

cide to grin and bear it, and say, pleasure, temptation, anxiety, and all the other things that go to makeup 'a church regularly and read your Bible daily.Dajr .

are 4lWell caught, what in can this you vast expect universe We life. But God has entrusted us with the task of conveying His Book Chapter Verses

like a fly in a printing-press, no message to you. It is a _tremendous.task.. _Yet always I feel blessed '
Sunday Exodus 20 8-11
wonder we get crushed. I'fo machine -
cares for what it mashes." that it is mine.. Monday Psalms" 24 1-5
Tuesday I Thessalonians 4 1-6
But the believes
religious person .
Wednesday I Corinthians 7 20-24
in a God who is all-powerful, all- When you see me standing alone in my pulpit on Sundays," do Thursday Isaiah 43" 5-10
wise, all-merciful. All creaturesare Friday Ephesians" 1-6
in his hand, the whole world not feel that I am a figure apart from you. Rather, I want to share Saturday John 10 14-13

is So in then his why hand doesn't as the he song prevent says. ;,. not only your hours of church attendance but also your moments both
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suffering, if he can? b :of triumph and of trial. I stand ever ready to serve you, to lend you my

This is the problem: but it Is not ... M .
assistance and 'should seek it counsel. It
discussed as a professor or theolo- my understanding you my .

gian might discuss it, in an essay.It is only in this way that I can hope to be worthy of my vocation. Re ,.
is put into the form of a dra- -
matic poem. membervon't you :- and call upon_ ne? .. .*.*

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It begins with a prologue In
heaven. God's sons have come to
see him,and among them is Satan.
God asks Satan where he has been,
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and Satan says on the earth. God 6n/t. 'r'--'f'<'M'7 lJ ':..: .' !!' : .Y.-WMYIY..M :": ;:'!'>':>->>d w'.7r.r'A7/ri" ""q" ;'- : 1

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less and upright man." Satan says III f\t1..t&e.::1. .12(.'ffre Mi.ffff: j;;.: flV'::;?f.&- Pt1..-:K.p yfS* *s&: c..:.,..:,,?':.:{,.vy':,;: tf:_#:.y;' gy; :fl giv.. ; W e sj&j':<:"f4ft Kg .
yes, but he doesn't think much of
Job God pays Job well for being These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals and
good: who wouldn't be "good" for
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the prosperity and happiness which Establishments:
Job enjoys? Take away the pros-
perity and happiness, and then 0.e ee r1rBA_ .. ., fE_

you'll see Job throw his goodness
away in the whirlwind: he will renounce MADISON BUDDY
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Satan has no faith In Job; but Phone HU 3-2300, Madison, Fla. Madison Fiordone HU 3-2335, Madison, Fla. _
God has. God lets Satan bring: calamity ,. Phone HU 3-2340 .
after calamity on Job's '.- .,
head quite sure that Job will hold I
true. And Job does hold true. His .
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there is
while a .
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lem. Job has three friends who S' Y MORROW INSURANCE : ", QUALITY CLEANERS
to "comfort"him but all they BATTERY. & TIRE CO-C ,
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therefore all Job has to do is re- to you they should
his troubles will vanish.
pent and
to us Phone HU 3-2255
Ho knows that his sins have not
brought on these troubles so how
can he repent? So begins the great .
dobata.This is not a book for chfldran BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. FRALEIGH-ASHLEY _

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to read Job for himself and see : Phone HU :3-2241. Madison. Fla. + .._'; .
how it comes out. One striking .. ; Madison. Fla. '
:fact: The question Why do good j '
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men suffer 1. never really an.
awered in the book: it is unjiue

question in the Bible it does in not raising answer.a great But . . ,:,:':':,:'++++*+*+++*++*++*+' : . ,:,:,:,:,:, ,:,.:,: :,:

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I the number of people over here them; on the train as it speeds 1 Hoover doves, stores well stocked, just
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T world. American tourists eight and almost another day
; were happy to see in the city. :Much constructionwas
fwucn(0. iw WWIOTAI.MBcviTuaAi AMD MousittAi aria of roam ncaiCA many of them from California, away. A young German is I
beautiful park here this morn and had been, going on.
Telepnone HU 3-6361 MADISON* FLORIDA- 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. although we ran up this morn- occupying the compartment I ing a statue of the great com At the same time, there was
Advance ing with a man from Jackson- with the writer, and we must I yet in West Berlin
Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in poser Chopin, who was born much evidence -
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year ville-seem almost as thick as stop and try to talk with him. near Warsaw. He is represented! of destruction caused by

Advertising Rates Made Known on ApplicationEntered the poet Milton's leaves in He knows about as much English in a thoughtful mood sitting the war; and over in East Ber-
Valambroso (if we have spelledthe as- the writer knows Ger- under a weeping willow tree. A lin, the older and formerly
at the Madison Post Office as sejond-class matter JuneS word 'right). The other man, so the actual conversa- statue of Copernicus is up town, the principal part of the once
1908, under Act of March 8, 1879.
night in Leningrad tion will necessarily be limited.
we saw a
and of course there are many proud city, the destruction was
OWNERST.C.MERCHANTT.C.MERCHANT.JR.AND special table of about 24 Ameri- others over the city. There is appalling. For Berlin suffered

ASSOCIATES cans who we think, were from a Hoover Square here in Warsaw terrifically from continued
Same In All
1865 Wisconsin, another table of LanguagesThese in honor of former Presi- bombardment during the war,

NEW MADISON ENTERPRISE RECORDER, ESTABLISHED, ESTABLISHED 1901 about 18 French people, and lines are being writtenin dent Hoover for his work in and fine cathedrals, palaces,

CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908T. another table of about the Warsaw, where the rain is administering food relief following public buildings, and homes
same number of people our keeping the writer inside. We World War I. The Polish were reduced to rubbish, and
C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher guide said were from Mongolia.We reached this city early last people thought highly of him, I remain so today. The people
T. C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor have been surprised at night after a long train ride even though so many Americans who were killed during the
MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor"I the great number of Orientalswe from Moscow. We wrote earlier link his name inseparably great conflict were buried anda

;Tin come. People were going around have seen in these two big that we were sharing a with the great depression.It new generation is arising,
4an the station and up town too cities. We believe it was Na- compartment on the train witha is doubtful that any; American so, while loss of life was by

more or less nonchalantly in poleon who said "China is a young German, but now we president could have I far the greatest toll of the war,

a rnto spite of what time the clock sleeping giant-let him sleep," think he was Polish though he averted that catastrophe, and, time is now healing that dark

0 oyC said it was.Women but the people of the Asiatic could speak German, and he at any rate, whatever else memory; but the piles of rub-
19544r countries are awake too and had been studying in Russia. may be said, Hoover did not bish, buildings fifty to ninety
lON are going to take an increasing We got along fine, considering get the country into debt that pei cent demolished and stark

\ Work Too part in the affairs of the language difficulties, and, as can never be paid.Stravberries columns standing against the

(Written for earlier issues) Leningrad is a very beautiful world of tomorrow. laughing is the same in all sky; simply make one's heart

Capital of AD The city, as well as :Moscow. Older .. languages, we had quite a sick: War is so foolish and
people remember it as St. Want Chewing GumThe number of hearty laughs over and I sinful! It is as our guide, who

RussiasThese Petersburg, and for it our St. our difficulty in finding the !I went through it from begin-
Petersburg, Fla, was named. other afternoon a young place to turn the radio off I CherriesIn ling to end in the German
lines are being writ- DuringY orld War I its name man-well, he was a little when sleeping time cam In earlier installments we army, said, "The people are
ten in Moscow, capital of all /as changed to Petrograd in larger than a boy-approached Leningrad, Moscow and on the believe we mentioned the lovely pushed around, they do not
the Russias, a city of around order to get away from the the writer in Leningrad and train out Moscow they; had strawberries here in Northern know where, and they cannot

lour and a half million peopleor German touch to the name, said something about. chewinggum the radio running when the Europe. Well, Warsaw must be help it." Over in East Berlin

more and beautiful withal. and then after TlTe Revolutionits and cigarettes. We told writer entered his room. the strawberry capital and, if the stores are not so gay as in

But for the present we will name was again changed to him we had neither with us, anything, must have the larg West Berlin, but they were

take up where our earlier letter Leningrad in honor of the but it reminded us that our Kind[ Hearts Not est berries of them all. There not so drab either and seemedto
vas written, and that was on I
book had said to bring have reasonably good stocks.
a plentyof
and man who made his big speechin are strawberries at the fruit I
the train between Helsinki i
Finnish that city and started the chewing gum, which we had 'Confined and produce stands all over I They are largely state-owned,
and the
Leningrad on -
Revolution there. The writer done, and so we carried a town, and more cherries even though some are under private
side of the border. visited the museum, royal goodly number of Ic packages The train ride. was not so I than strawberries. And there ownership -, "i

palace, hermitage, and so many with us after that. The oppor- tedious after all. We slept very are a great many blueberries.
Little Or No CustomsThe other places he doesn't remember tunity presented itself in Moscow late, since there wasn't very Oranges are not plentiful; our
them all Although when a number of boys, much to do, and talked and guide said the Polish govern- Depends On BerlinThere
customs
on
men came seeing the writer with the looked out the window. We
the czarist regime ment discouraged the
was over- import-
ihe train as we were preparing i are many other thingswe
guide and figuring he was saw many, many fields of Irish
thrown and the czar himself ing of fruits. However
we
,to cross into Russia, but their could write about Berjin and
killed in the Revolution the pres- American, went to calling for potatoes and great fields of saw in one of the stores here
work and with Germany, but
light we are
was very approaching -
chewing gum. We were equalto wheat. A number of Polish I
ent canned
the some from
government
the least possible bother to keeps orange juice Brussels and the
the occasion this time and people were in our car and in
!
former Florida
of
and
trappings intact canned lemon
royalty some
the passenger. In fact, in Ams- jerking of the train makes writing -
told the taxi-driver, who was the: afternoon several of them
terdam and in the Scandinavian and seems glad for peopleto juice from California. In Leningrad -/ difficult any way. Possiblywe
trying to shoo them to began to sing various Polish
,
them away
: see as well as the we saw some canned shall have to
more
countries our bags were never I say
industrial leave them alone, that that songs, which were very sweet from
juice Israel whichis
even opened by the customs great agriculturaland I orange I about it when we get home.
was what we brought the even if we couldn't understand
scientific strides the gum also a great citrus
cfficers, if indeed there were country country. The present situation is impossible -
has made since the Revolu- for. This incident was repeated the; words. We had read in one I
but it impos-
any customs officers, and here seems
more or less, the next of our books that the Russian
tion. Both Moscow
and
going into Russia the operation Leningrad I Under Several sible to change it. Yet upon
have handsome sub-ways, day. government would not allow
was only routine. Our first I the Berlin situation dependsthe
-
stop of any length in Russia indeed magnificent ones, and Russian money taken out of jurisdictions life or death of civilization

was at Vyborg, up in the after- we were taken over them quite Hearts Of Gold the country, but as we neared I' itself. -..- -. <.* ,
noon, and, as we were rather extensively by our guides in the crossing into Poland, a These lines are being written!
hungry, we exchanged a ten both cities. In both cities the Another interesting little inci- Russian customs officer (we on the train between Cologneand Best Place of All
_dollar traveler's check for a Russian travel bureau assignsa dent occurred in the Moscow suppose) appeared and in perfect Brussels, which latter citywe
hundred Russian roubles and guide-interpreter to the tour- sub-way (they call the sub- English said they Would will reach shortly before The writer is back home

proceeded to spend some of ist, and she (the writer's; way "metro") the other after- be pleased for us to take a few noon. The railroad time-table again, which, after all, wher-
them. The Russian rouble has guide-interpreter in each case noon. As usual in both cities, roubles along with us in we have in the compartmentlists ever it may be, is the best

two values: the official rate was a young woman) takes the sub-way was crowded, and memory of the visit, and we Ostend after Brussels and place of all, no matter how
of four to the dollar and the the traveler around and shows the writer, with a world of told him it would be a very then London, so that we havean pleasant the trip, as the one

regular rate of ten to the dol him the sights. In fact, women others, was standing. Possibly pleasant memory too. The idea that the train will be from which he has just returned -

lar. That part of the writer's do about any, kind of work because of his white hair, a Russians are much alive to ferried across the English may have been. We

ticket bought before he left men do here, even driving young woman got up and the benefits of tourist travelin Channel, but we may be mis- I left London Saturday morningat
home was required to be taxis and some keeping the offered him her seat. We their country, and large taken about this. It was an ten'p'cJ.ock with the sun

figured at the official rate, streets clean.Biblical couldn't think of taking it, numbers of Americans, as well over-night ride from Berlin to right high in the sky and

which of course is much higher and that seemed to hurt her, as people from other countries, Cologne, so we just crawled reached New York before that
than the going rate. Why ThemesMany but we gave her the' sweetest are availing themselves of the into the berth and slept the same sun set. Of course there

the difference, we do not know. smile we knew how to give opport'unity.Ve believe this distance away. And, outside of ,is a little catch in that state-
Possibly we have not told of the older paintings and another one as we both interchange of travel may helpus being tapped two or three ment, since we were traveling
about the Scandinavian cur- have Biblical themes, and we got off the metro. Later on to have a better and happier times for the passport, it wasa with the sun and gained five

:rency. The Norwegian krone saw numbers of these in the the same afternoon on another world. In spite of differencesin very pleasant sleep. You see, hours of daylight between Lon-

figures about 14c, as does the Leningrad galleries and in the coach in the sub-way a woman language, customs, forms of we were traveling under don and New York. We were
Danish krone, while the Swed- :Moscow cathedrals. Our Leningrad somewhat older than the one government, and anythingelse several jurisdictions. When we in Atlanta before another sun
ish krone is about 20c. The guide knew part of the above, whose face indicated that people on the whole are "got out of West Berlin, we appeared, and could easily have

:Finnish unit of currency is Bible stories and we helped she had- not always. lived in reasonably good and fair and were in East Germany again; been! in Madison before sun-up

:a marka, and one can get more her with the rest. the lap of luxury, Under the helpful and kind hearts are not then we were in West Germany if our schedule had been more

than three hundred of them same circumstances offered confined to any .one nationalityor ; now we are in Belgium, tightly packed. This time was

for a dollar. There are one Interested .in BooksIn the writer her seat. Again we race.Easier. and we think we may have made in the conventional plane
hundred kopeks in a Russian could not take it. We tried to been in France a little, but manner; jet travel would have

rouble and the writer has., Moscow two of the many slip a couple of packages of To Tear Down are not sure about that. It is made the time consumed even

:along with other coins, a 2- things ,to see are the Kremlinand chewing gum into her .toil- quite mountainous where we much, less.
kopek coin in his pocket now, the University of Moscow.We worn hand, but she. would not Warsaw is a very beautiful are right now, and our train r-
which in our money is a fifth went to some extent take this. The incidents reminded city. It mixes the old with the has gone through several long FreiheitRecht FriedeOur
-of a cent. through both, and both are the writer of a little new, the ruins of the war and tunnels. ,
glittering. The University is verse he read more than fifty revolution with tie{ progress of latest preceding install-

the highest building in :Moscow, years ago running somewhatlike 1959. Much of the destruction Life and DeathWe ment, if we remember correctly -
:No. Night There some of it only recently con- this: of some years ago has been -we have been in such a
structed, has 23,000 studentsand "This is then the riolet's message: restored or replaced with some- hardly know what to say whirl-was written 'on the train
rolled into
y, We Leningrad a has a _stadium that seats "Humble men*'"both young and old, thing finer, but many ruined I about Berlin. If we say black between Cologne and Brussels,
Tuttle after mid-night, but it 103,000 people. 'Ve- were impressed "Beneath a coat of faded brightness 'buildings can yet be seen. The raid white both (no referenceto and, after picking up one or
was still daylight; that is, I "Often wear a heart of gold." work of restoration ) gaiety and two things in Berlin, whichwe
Wilight In it didn't both in Leningrad and and we are constrained to believe 'I takes time. race sorrow,
fact the whole get in Moscow with the number of that in the Book of Life It was much easier in the old[ I construction and destruction, forgot in the preceding

BallY dark 60 night,, people interested in the books the recording angel made a typesetting by hand days to life and death; well maybe, writing, we will proceed from
almost
is degree
Leningrad offered at- the various book- note of their kindly spirit. throw the type in than to set t that's Berlin. InVest Berlin, there. In West Berlin there is
that at thi,
'north latitude
so : stands. '" ", it;it is much quicker to cut a here the writer slept, thereis a flame, burning all the time
'time of the year the sun l fine old live oak tree down' a plenty of neon, fine hotels, and to burn all the time until

i doesn't get more than ten degrees ; :, On To Warsaw than to grow one; it is much sitting .around eating and, of Germany is re-united, and on

below the horizon, really Many Visitors We started these lines in easier to tear -down than to course, drinking ,beer, fine the stand supporting the flameare
not that, and real'dark doesn't We were also*impressed with Moscow, but have continue I build up. shops, handsome display win- the German 'words: Frei-



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heit, Reclit, Friede. Translated| enjoy the* cool and' quiet and is the prettiest place we have The Great QuestThe

into English, the words are shade and the trees and flow- ever seen, but certainly it is -- ALBRIITON BROS.

Freedom, Justice, Peace. When ers, both native and planted. one of the prettiest. At Sor- writer figures that he

German re-unification will From Luxembourg we went to icnto, where we spent the got into nineteen foreign TRACTOR CO.

come, if ever'may be in the Basel, on the dividing line be- night, the mountain was right countries on this trip. He ran 1m

distant future. Russia is determined tween France and Switzerland, out our bedroom window and up with many different people FIFTH STREET __
TEL. FO 2-2381
that the nation,. if with Germany just across the the sea was deep down right different customs, different YOUR MASSEYFERGUSONDEALER

and when re-united, shall not river, and then on to Zurich, below the hotel dining room nationalities, different religionssome

be allied with the West; and Switzerland's largest city, and jrarden. And the island of ( of no religion), different LIVE OAK FLA.

the West is equally determined one of the land's many pretty Capri was all that one has languages' differences in

that it shall not be in the Eastern cities. read it was.Tobacco other ways. But essentially the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF i Lafayette County Courthouse at
people were kindly and friendly THE THIRD JUDICIAL Mayo, Florida
orbit. So therein lie theseeds CIRCUIT, consider said Declaration -
and. courteous, whoever and IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, of Taking, appoint appraisers -
of war, if some diplomat Dining The LimmatLast FLORIDA. and make such order as the
who will die in bed while the By Growing'There wherever they were. A young LAW NO. 25 Court deems proper. All parties to

soldiers die on the ground, year when the writer .. English woman with whom we STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF the suit and all parties interestedmay
I '} 'were talking for a few FLORIDA, an Agency of the Stateof appear and be heard at the
plays his hand too .far. There was. in Lucerne, Switzerland, Between Rome and Naples Florida and time and place designated.

is a large cemetery in East he wrote home that there was is a vast stretch of fine farm- I moments by the seashore near MADISON COUNTY a. Political; You and each of you, are hereby

Berlin where thousands of un- no use to go any further, it ing land. It was called the I Naples took the words out of Subdivision of the Safe of Florida, commanded to appear by filing. an

known Russian soldiers for was so beautiful there. And Pontine .:Marshes, and for years the writer's mouth when she Petitioners; answer to the petition heretofore
vs.THELMA filed in this cause in the entitled
the Russian army'suffered he felt the same way this time was true to its last name,,,but said that one, benefit. of. travel, WATTS, Defendant. Court on or before the 28th day

tremendous losses in the final about Zurich, situated at the it has now been canalized and was that it made people more NOTICE OF RULE NISI cf August A. D.,. 1959. to_ show

of Berlin-lie buried. northern end of Lake Zurich drained and is doing its partin tolerant; and how eminentlytrue NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN what right title interest or liens
capture PROCEEDING: you, or any of you, have in and
and with the pretty little river feeding Italy. There. are that is, and how much is IN THE NAME AND BY THE tthe above-described land and

Limmat flowing right by the great fields of corn, planted tolerance needed! It is not AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF show cause why the same should
To The just a ;'case of "me .and FLORIDATO not be taken for the use and pur-
Monument dining room of his hotel. Along much mote closely than we my
ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- pose set forth in the petition filed
the river bank and the lake plant it here, in this part of wife, my son John and his CERN, AND to all persons and herein.

TaxpayerMany bank is.a vast shaded promen- the country, as well as other wife;;' us four, and no more," parties having or claiming anY WITNESS my hand and this Sealof

ade and a short distance beyondare crops, and we saw several or of "everyone for himself, nght title interest, estate, mortgageor said Court on this 22nd day of
of the Berliners, Western other lien to or in the parcel of July A. D., 1959.
the high mountains. We fields of tobacco which and the devil take the hind-
we
at least, seem to love to land hereinafter described and the DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk of the
We went up on the moun- called to the attention of our most; but it is a case of following person together with all Circuit Court of Madison County
themselves.
crack jokes on tains in the afternoon and Iiiide, a blonde Swedish girl human beings made in thd unknown persons claiming by, Florida.
'
had a brochure telling of some I through or under known (COURT SEAL)
persons
L of God
on the bus were several working down there in age striving to do
away who STEPHEN' J JOHNSON, JR., Attorney
of these jokes which we can-! are dead, or who are not
women, Swiss we suppose, who Italy. She said we had taught! the will of God. Smaller dif Known to be dead or alive: for petitioners, Holland
not place our hand on just to' while the time away wentto her something, that she didn't ferences can be overlooked oat r, Thelma E Watts, Route I, Lamont, Building State Road Depa'.nrent.
however, this little incident Florida. Tallahassee]
now
;
will illustrate the point.In singing, and this was avery know any tobacco was there. least minimized in the great SECTION 35030-2105 STATE Florida.47Iteh

sweet feature of the trip. But we knew it as soon as quest, still fraught with mortal ROAD 20 MADISON COUNTY

our tour of the city we we saw it; some of it was in danger, for the fulfillment of DESCRIPTIONS Iii L1M. IILti&IIJ
passed a large statue ofa the angels' of ; SRD NO. 43 RIGHT OF WAY
bloom and some had been song nearly two

man without any hastened clothes on to Flying Over The AlpsBut primed. thousand years ago of "peaceon !I That Lot part 11, of Block: "F" of the Town
at -all. Our guide
earth, good will toward l of Eridu according to plat recorded
explain, with tongue in cheek, we were not to stay in -- men." in plat Book 1, Page "E" public

that it was a monument to Zurich or to start back home records of Madison County, Florida, 1':. ..::

the taxpayer stripped of from there. Long years ago Time Of NoConsequence lying southwesterly of and "Vithin .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS : (
134 feet of the survey line of State
everything. We thought possi- Hannibal, the great Carthaginian -' Road 20, Section 35030-2105 said .fr

bly, with some exaggeration, I general who almost con- Florida StatutesIN survey line being described as follows t:.:::
that the memorial would also, quered Rome, put new life into TIIE COURT OF THE COUNT*t :
I It is a long from JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA Begin on the easterly extension of
his soldiers by telling way
be quite appropriate in our weary IN PROBATE.In fie south line of Block "C" of the
country. The United States them that "beyond the Alps Naples to Rome, and we did re: Estate of James N Tuten. Town of Eridu, Florida, accordingto Our 1I1PolicylfPackage

gave West Berlin a great big lies Italy." So the next day not get back to Rome until Deceased. plat recorded in Plat Book 1,
found us flying over the snow- after midnight. But don't think TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS .. Page "E" of the public records ol gives K
auditorium called Congress
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Madison Countv, Florida, at a
Hall, which was built along dotted Alps and the sunny the Romans had gone to bed. AGAINST SAID ESTATE:; point 20350 feet easterly from the you lots of

these outlandish modern archi- fields of Italy into incomparable The bars they serve the You and each of you are hereb, southwest corner of Lot 1, of saidmock

tectural lines, even though it Rome, the Eternal City. Ah, drinks mostly out on the street notified and required to present t "C", run thence North 38 coverage, toot !
degrees 08' 28" West 3717.40 feeto
claims
any and demands which
,,
will seat a world of people, and that was a thrill, looking down -were still running, as were or either of you, may have against you t the west line Section 17, Township This economical plan gives you

our guide had a very down-to- from the plane upon the moun- the restaurants, and we be- the estate of James N. Tuten, de.t 2 South, Range 6 East at a a long list of coverages fore
tain crags and the snow on heve some of the stores also, ceased, late of said County, to the point 323.75 feet north from jour home, including fire..!'
earth term for this building.
County southwest comer of NWU of said theft...liability..windstorm
Judge of Madison
Well, perhaps, living on the their tops. And Italy, why, the people were sitting around in Florida, at his office in the County courthouse t,, Section 17, Containing (300 square '. smoke: falling object;
lid of a volcano that might at country has everything! Name the chairs on the street, eating, of said County at Madison,, feet) 0.007 acres more or less. I.' .hail glass breakage.. .;
drinking, talking, maybe read- Florida OWNED BY: Thelma Watts explosion.This protection,and
and destroy the fruit, and Italy has it! within eight calendarmonths :
any time erupt us TAKE NOTICE that a Declara- more, with one policy one
all, they may have to joke and Oranges, lemons, apples, cher- ing a paper, and time was of publication from of the this time notice.of the Each first t t lion of Taking has been filed in premium.Call us for details.
I
not think too much about it all ries, strawberries, grapes, currants r.o consequence. We asked the claim or demand shall be in writing t the above-styled cause, by the peti-

in order to preserve their pears, wonderful girl guide when the people and shall state the place ol, tioners, the acquiring authority of Morrow Insurance
these proceedings, of the taking
went to bed there, and she residence and post office addres
equilibrium. peaches, plums, figs, rasp- of the above-described land, for
berries, bananas, olives, water- said, Well, in the early morn-I of the claimant and shall be sworn I the purpose set forth in.the petitionin AgencyPhone
t.) by the claimant, his
agent, or
melons and ing. The Italian people are this cause, viz: As right of way
cantaloupes, probably
attorney and
claim
any such
or HU 3-6250
The AtomiumThe for a portion of State Road No.
Gleaming friendly, courteous, as demand not filed
others we cannot thinkof sunny so shall be void 20 in Madison County, Florida, and }MADISON FLORIDA
train from Cologne to now. Away up in Berlin we their land, and they are wide LILLIAN TUTEN, As adminis that one of the Judges of the Circuit -
awake as to the value of tour- tratrix of the Estate of James N Court in the Third Judicial Representing the
Central Italian
Brussels was one of bought some peaches; Tuten, deceased.
.
I Circuit; of Florida will), on the 3rd Hartford FireInsurance
Europe's finest trains. It I we saw more Italian fruit in ists to their economy, and give First publication July 24th, 195. day of August, A. D., 1959, at 2:00: Company 4'

started much further back of Luxembourg, Esch and Zurich, them the glad hand. '" 1 47-4t-ch DL, P. M. in Circuit Court Chambers in I Croup .

Cologne, we do not know just and here in the homeland itself -
-
Ta r a cTa.
where, and after Brussels was the abundance was greatest -

headed for Ostend and then to "of all. Fruit stands were London Airport QuietThe CoolNAVACO A'VNINGSHOVERTON.SUPPLY

cross the English Channel on all over Rome, .as well as in

a ferry and shoot right into the other cities. And oleanderswere next day found us fly- .,,. .,. ., CO.
ing over the Alps again to -- ".,." ."." """_
London. We looked out of the in bloom all over the '" ,

train window at Brussels and city. We took an afternoon London, three and a half hours NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
by plane. .It seemed that WAKE APPLICATION FOR '
away
were quite thrilled to see the sightseeing trip over Rome and FINAL, DISCHARGE z171A \

great Atomium building, only visited, among other places, St. more snow was on the Alpsat -

structure of last year's World's Peter's, largest church build- this part of the crossing Probate Law 1933) ,
gleaming out the world and grandas than we saw a few days earl- IN COURT OF THE COUNTY
Fair left intact, ing in as
ier between Zurich JUDGE MADISON COUNTY.
and
Rome.
there in the distance. It madeus it was large. Our guide said STATE OF FLORIDA.In p
Just coming from the bustleof
a little homesick, since it that the second largest church I re the Estate of Mrs Hattie
was our guidepost while visit- building was that of Ste. Rome and the ebullience of Harrison Deceased. In Probate.TO .
its inhabitants ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. -t&IM
we were greatly
-
ing the Fair last summer. We Sophia in Constantinople and CERN:

were also a little homesick the third largest St. Paul's in impressed with the quietof Notice is hereby given that

,when we heard them playing London. the London airport. But A B Zipperer filed his final report -I I _
Suwannee River 'at' the hotelin the Britons are tnat way. They! as administrator of the estate ,
were friendly and courteous of Mrs Hattie Harrison, deceased;
several days
Copenhagen Bay of NaplesThe that he filed his petition for final
earlier. enough, orderly, efficient; but. discharge, and that he will applyto
-- next morning we were none of that American and Latin the Honorable Curtis D Earp, .
L
:J
away on a two-day trip to scurrying to and fro and raising County Judge of Madison County
HotBrussels I
Plenty Naples the ruins of Pompeii, a racket. Even; the Times,: Florida on the 18.h day of August,, 1
1959, for approval of same and
appeared busy where a large part of the old one of London's greatest news- for final discharge as Administrator -!

enough, and so did Luxem- city has been uncovered and papers, carries on its front of the estate of Mrs HattieHsnison. ,,i

bourg, although it was very excavations are continuing, page just the straight run of deceased, on this 22nd'.
day of July, 1959.A. .
hot on the train between the the other cities enroute, the news, with no glaring head- B. ZIPPERER Administratorof

two cities. We had to take our wonderful Bay of Naples lines such as are common to the estate of Mrs Hattie Harrison

$aat off and the sun, beating Sorrento and the storied Isle American papers. The streetsof deceased. 47-4t-ch DL

-f in the train window, even of Capri. A fine highway ex- London were busy enough,

melted a block of chocolate we tends around the bay, cut with a plenty of automobiles COMPLETE LINE

had in the coat pocket. It was largely out of the side of the hurrying in each direction. We FLOOR TILES

also hot in Esch, an iron min- mountains, with the mountains saw in London a sign we had

ing city a few miles from Lux- high up on one side of never seen before, which read -- AND

embourg. Esch is situated the road and the blue Medi- "Saloon, Dive;" however, we CABMTTOPSHowerton LEON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS'N.

light next to a mountain, or terranean deep down .on the cannot think the word "dive"

perhaps rather high hill up other side. Maybe we won't carries the connotation to Supply Co. 111 Monroe Si. (downtown) Tallahassee, Fla.I .

which one can easily walk and say that the Bay of Naples them that it does to us.

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ALL Racks of
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TOBACCO GROWERS .LADIES DRESSES Shorts, Pedal Pushers, Blouses
SELL ON MADISON MARKET small sizes reduced to $1.88 each 98c each

BUSINESSMEN LADIES BLOUSE & JAMAICA
SHEETS SETS $1.98
84 by 99 $1.98 each Capri Pants, Bermudas, Pedal
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Fewer calories Jr I Pine Timber-Pulpwood, Poles, Sawlogs VALDOSTA FEDERAL

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flattering! accessory' (Sent in byMrs.Dock. Fox)
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This. means the end of along
savings payable December 31, 1959
TRADE WHERE THEY-ARE bill '
pull up the of time to a full

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LIQI1 vNk1J ....' Twiggs Optical Co. road as they cast off their shoulders -' OFFICE HOURS -.
Valdosta Ga. CH 4-0534 a load that bent the backs and
I -.--- __ ___ L1. .. made some grey. MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM
BRUCELLOSIS AND T-B FREE CERTIFICATE NO. 434 Made some to ponder and some THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS
9 AM TO 12 NOON
Mr and Mrs I Kramer of Cairo,
: to pray, made some to cry and SAVE BY MAIL
Ga, and Mr and Mrs: H Heyman of AT
Your Local Distributor Jacksonville visited the H Kramer some to smile, as they sometimes The New: .
dreamed of the past a while.
family and Mrs Bessie Greea:n
Sad as it seemed this rest they

B. S. WARING & SON Sunday.innjijijnmtns. earned, But the greatest thing
they must have learned as they
reached at last the hilltop. Where

they could rest and find a lot of
Phone Hunter 34100 Semi-Annual Dress Sale peace, quiet and- time to touch Saving & Loan Association

I SUPER VALUES FROM: the hand of God. Yes, reach out 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA.
Mr and Mrs Frank Green of and touch the hand of God.
Gainesville, and Mrs A. F. Green, of Mr and Mrs James Hardee and and The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You, Small
Madison, are on a vacation trip in three sons, Sandy, Cary and Larry $1.00 up IIIIBIIIIIIIIIIGOODYEAR Enough To Know You
left Friday for Vogel State Park in
the mountains of Alabama. They are Also other excellent values TIRES .

Frank visiting and Mr and Michael Mrs, Green's and sons their, a the Week's mountains vacation of North trip. Georgia on Andrews Dept. Store JIM'S BAY STATION Aluminum screens and frames Pattie Moore of Greenville, in

nephews, Julian Johnson, of Green GREENVILLE, FLA.IJTJlJTITJlJTJlJTnJTriJTJ'. renewing for the E-R, writes, I I
U. S. 90 EAST, MADISON cost less than wood.
Cove Springs, Henry Lunsford, of ADS in this size type begin as low enjoy reading the paper every
Gainesville and Bill Selman, of Mad- as $1.00. .IIIIIIIIIIIIIII HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. week.

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help other drivers see foulparking -
lights are not effective
enough for this. At night, the : .::
low beam reduces glare and
:throws light down on the road.
; If fog is very heavy, switch off
panel lights on the dashboard.
3-Roll down left front win. I 1
dow eo you can hear the traffic. :
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right edge of road. Do not
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i CAST IRON

JI t fla ZSBfieht S'femlaSrle .
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I .. ICE MILK BATHTUBS $14.95

II Davis Jr. AUCTION SALESat. -
W. B. ALSO CLOSING OUT LAVATORIES
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I'k ACREAGE FARMS at for you who like to be slim DOUBLE SINKS, COMMODES,
r BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL L. F. TERRY'S PLACE Good refreshment for HAND BASINS ETC.

t ESTATES RESIDENTIAL 2 mi. E. of Pinetta, Fla. J summertIme, anytime.Vanilla,

: APPRAISALS-MORTGAGE OF Trn.E1If Two kerosene and one electric :r strawberry, Neapolitan- SOUTHERN SALVAGE COMPANY
: LOANS-ABSTRACTS INSURANCE refrigerators.Four pis., %-pts.Take home today.
TITLE
f 112 West Base Street Tamworth Sows. 111 S. Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga.
If MADISON, FLORIDA Two stock boars.
Phone HU 3-62T7 Twenty-five boars and gilts.
Three feeders and two waterers.

BEFORE SELLING your timberor Farrowing pen shelter.Thirtyhorsepower .;: Buy this good sister-product from and I
s timber land, please see me. We! A-C power .unit your dealer's' Treasure Chest of Super Sus Wiring Repair
i are also interested in buying a Fifteen horsepower Fairbanks I c. E. EDGLEY Day Phone 1227
limited amount of 'Pinehardwood.i Morse power unit. Bryan Electric Co.Mr I Owner Night Phone 49-W
i pulpwood delivered by truck to Corn sheller. Give your child tre feeling ol: MEDDERS COMMENDEDMr .
i LAKE CITY, FLA.
loaded on R R cars security that will ,
Foley, Fla. or Peanut shelter. icourage stud) Cecil Meddersco
See, write or call i iI -"; and success. Nothing will add more and Mrs LaRaine Johnsonof
Grits mill. Mac's Furniture and .
L. P. GIBSON than to be ell-dressed and neat ApplianceCo. Hollywood were visitors here
Rt. 3, Madison Florida I Stock scales. Trousers Shirts, Dungarees and i the past week. Mr Johnson lived
Lake 8363 A-C "B" tractor with equipment. Madison, Florida
Phone: Cherry underwear at THE FAMILY STOREis here several years ago and has a a
germination I Tobacco stick mill; all equipmentin ready to get them all off to; Dear Friend: number of relatives and friends & .
SALE Cow peas
FOR 90 per cent: and above. HOWARD I good condition. school. I recently read in the Madison I here.
of brave act in
j HUGHEY. 43-tf-ch I paper your savinga
t 12 year old boy from drowningon & .

FOR.SALE: Good used treadle type WUD-U ? GOT lI l\\ the 4th of July and I was inspired Radiator Cleaning and ,

White Rotary sewing machine to write you this little note
$ O.OO. MRS C C MATHENY, Build a home on your lot or farm? SUMM R COLD because I believe that courage General Automotive Paint Company
Rt. 3, Madison. Phone IlU 3-2302. No money town. 7 years to pay. I should always be commended. I
Store Front
DesignJ.gand
47-lt-ch No abstracts needed. We do not
; keep your deed. As low ac s $35.70 I TAKE J I know that you probably did not Repairs I Installation!!
per mo. We build anywhere in I even consider your course of I GLASS for EVERY PURPOSE
FOR SALE REASONABLE: Home Florida, no travel added. Block or ; for action, but hearing a cry for help I
and adjoining Lots classified Good as: frame. $25 in cash for lead of 666 symptomaticRELIEF I rushed instinctively to the aid of McWILLIAMS GARAGE
Lee, Fla.
Lots, in
Business school. sale mailed to- one in trouble. This is what .
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location near
makes a hero different from other
: Beautiful lawn; bearing pecan and
equipped HOMES men, and I know that ;you are
fruit trees. Electrically COMPLETE PEST CONTROLFREE
cold water truly that to this boy and his
both hot and
with
902 South Range Madison Honda family. INSPECTION
Evinrude
Gas heat. If interested, see me Outboard
at my home in Lee, Fla. MRS With best wishes and kind regards -I BURKE EXTERMINATING CO.
E TURLINGTON POBox 14 Motors I am I
46-4t-ch SCHWINN BICYCLES _
Lee, Fla. Sincerely I _
Franchised Dealers & Service Billy Matthews $ JACK BURKE JR., Entomologist
FOR RENT: One unfurnished HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.MEN'S Bryan Electric Co. II
garage apartment. One unfurn 111 East Green St.,
ished 5 room house close in city I Miss Florieta Daniels of Kanna-I
J NEWMAN, HU 3-2523: Listen for Setzer's Sizzling 9 Phone 293JPERRY
Madison.MRS J 45-tf-ch I Specials on WMAF. .,- polis I N C, and Archie McCulloughof I II
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CLUB HEAR --- Jacksonville visited Mrs A H I

WANTED: Residential or Business DISTRICT LAY LEADER Hemphill recently.. I I exterminate: Roaches, Ants Termites, Fleas and

building lot within or near City I Ticks, :Mice and Rats Lawn and Shrubbery Pests etc.
limits of Madison. Write P. O.. Bill Smith of Monticello recently NAVACO AWNINGS I ,
Box 263. 39-tf-ch appointed Lay leader of the Tallahassee -I HOWERTON SUPPLY CO\IPANyl
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and two girls or boys to workin was guest speaker at the Methodist .: ',. '"- :.. .
ice cream room,. HILLCREST Men's Club supper meeting Tues- I Y, --.._ .. t
DAIRY BAR. See John Waring day evening in Fellowship Hall."Later .- "
47-lt-ch -2 '
or Call HU 3-6446. Than You Think' was the .J ', I -

WANTED: Reliable boy for Val- theme of Mr Smith's talk which

dosta Times paper route in Madi- placed emphasis on worship and
son. Please write LEON SPEN- the cultivation of the spiritual side Good Reading I

CER, Valdosta Times, Valdosta, of life of the individual, and the for theWhole '
Ga. 48-2t-pd enrichment to life resulting from

such contacts..
WANTED: Paint jobs. Experienced FamilyNews
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Work guaranteed to please.
PETE SUGGS, Ph. HU 3-6315 Mr and Mrs R D Garbett of
37-3t-pd Greenville had as guests over the

weekend, Mr and Mrs-W B Hesterof

Wanted Cairo, Ga. With them were their S Facts .. I ,:,:' ,' *,-", .
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2 Curb Girls friend, Mr W M Skipper.On Family Features
1 Waitress Sunday they all attended the
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Madison County Singing Convention The Christian Science Monitor "*
White Top Drive-in at Pine Grove church along One Norway St,Boston 15 Mass.
with their friends, the Misses Send your newspaper for the tim
checked Enclosed find my check or
Joanne and Sarah Ann Barclay of money order. I year $18 O WE PAY
JOHN W. \VADSWORTH Sreenville. 6 months $9 Q 3 months$4.50 Q

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Registered Surveyor 11Q1T4Ut
Miss Eva McCullough left Sun- .
Phone HU 3-2372 day of last week for Avon Parkto
MADISON. FLORIDA begin a revival at the Churchof
God. .ane ate
LIVE STOCK AUCTION
SELL your cattle and hogs in our --
-x ADS in this size type begin as low
auction each Monday. Sales start at Mr and Mrs A M Burdett and.
1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS Mr Edward Greer of Birmingham,. as $1.00. I
Montlcello Fla. 3-tf-ch 3Percent
Ala left Tuesday of last week after

For your grinding and mix- a weekend visit here with Mrs A H HOME REPAIRING

ing on your farm, call WEST Hemphill and family. ROOFING SIDING NEW

END MILLING COMPANY -x- ADDITIONS, PORCHES AND
GARAGES
Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 Miss Eva McCullough spent week

collect, or contact Mr Henry before last here with her' mother Down Free Payment EstimatesNo up to 5 .ON INSURED SAVINGS
Fla. Office Mrs A H HemphilL after closinga .
Messer, Madison years to pay
three weeks' revival at Fort .
phone HU 3-6144. 26-tf-ch SOUTH GA. FENCE &
Meade. Fla.
CONST. CO.

J. D. ScruggsFORESTER Mr and Mrs-x-Lewis' Stewart and 411 Phone,E. Savannah CH 28081VALDOSTA Ave. Look Forward Start Saving Today! Money Deposited ..
by 10th of Month Earns From 1st.
daughter Bennie Rose and Mr GA.Cleaing.
REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. Fred Glass spent Sunday of last Bank With Confidence When you Save at

HU 3.6186MADISON s week at Cedar Keys where they .
were joined for the day by Mr and
FLA. .
Radiiior and
Mrs H F Thalgott and two sons
THE CITIZENS BANK OF PERRY'

FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm of Watson Oxford.and Fla son and Laurie Mrs of Ruth St General Automotive ,

Timber Ranch Loans Petersburg.FOX.

Long Terms Low InterestSEE Repairs :> .f:: Perry. Florida ,,,. .
THE REPRESENTATIVE AT GO-BOY CARTS "'
THE MADISON COURT HOUSE HOWERTON SUPPLY roe McWILLIAMS GARAGE Deposits Insured up to S10.000.00 by F. D. I. C.aagoeoofrfraQaooooofraai&ftgeifraoaaea. ,

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SEE KELLY WATCHMAKER f
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All Repair Work Guaranteed
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appreciated gift.

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AGED 4 YEARS r.
CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST I SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULE Tackle -
CHURCHA CHURCH W M A F Fishing CONSTRUCTION'New IN WOOD
7:30 A. M. Gospel Music
service every Sunday -
preaching
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. A preaching Service every Sunday 7:55 News JT_": BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. and Remodeling Bottling Pepsi Company-Cola

2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. morning1st 8:00 Baptist Hour _; 'Ph 171, Perry Fla.
SUNDAY SCHOOL1st 8:30 Gospel Music Howerton Supply Co.
and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. TO ADVISORY COMMITTEEThe
9:00
Revival
and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. 9:30 Gospel Concert Time TESTING SET FOR State Board of Education

2nd and 4th .Sundays 11:00 a. m Sunday School every Sunday.1st 10:00 News Tuesday reappointed Arch Blue and

Midweek Prayer Service 8:00 p. m. and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. 10:05 Sunday Serenade NFJC STUDENTSDr Tom Rains and appointed Levi

Family Night covered dish 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. 10:45 Prelude to Worship When buying your I Summers on the advisory board of

supper on Friday night Family Night Covered Dish Supper 11:00 Morning Worship Marshall Hamilton, Presidentof the new Suwannee River Junior

before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. 2nd Friday night every month 12:00 News North Florida Junior College, E-R from College here.Mr.aad .

Methodist Men's Club meets alter- promptly at 7:00 p. m. 12:15 Afternoon Melodies announced today that the College Newsboys .

nately with Rocky Springs on Voman's Society of Christian Service 12:55 News orientation testing schedule has I I I Mrs-L B Crandell have
each month after 1:00 Afternoon Melodies Please DO NOT park in the
4th Tuesday meets on Monday night been arranged in three different returned from attending the flower
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1:30 Afternoon Melodies street and make
8:00 m. your newsboy run
p. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. areas for the convenience of those market in Atlanta.
1:40 Serenade In Blue out into the street to make a sale.
at" 7:30 p. m The Methodist Men's Club meets new students planning to enter the I
1:55 the
News Kindly pull over to curb.
Woman's Society of Christian NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
alternately with Cherry Lake on 2:00 Hour o: Decision College in the fall. Our newsboys have instructionsto
af-
Service meets Thursday the 4th Tuesday each month at 2:30 Musical Sunday Tests will begin at 8:30 a m at STAY OUT of the streets, and MAKE APPLICATION. FOR
ter 1st Sunday monthlyat FINAL
7:30 m. 8:00 p. m. 2:55 News each of the following centers: we will appreciate your cooperating DISCHARGE

JAMES SHEFFIELD S. S. p.Supt. The Official Board meets each 3:00 Musical Sunday Taylor County High School, with us AND THEM for I (Probate Law 1933)
IN COURT OF TIlE COUNTY
THOMAS SHURLES, ass't. Supt. month following the supper on 3:55 News Perry, Monday August 3 Suwannee THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very
4:00 Hit much. JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY,
Parade
C. B Davis Pastor Family Night.P. High School, Live Oak Tuesday,
4:55 News STATE OF FLORIDA
K. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. August 4 Madison High School,
5:00 Music A* Sundown In re the Estate of R Williams,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs W. W. CATTLEDGE, Treas. Madison, Wednesday, August 5. Brakes RelinedWcWILLIAMS
5:30 Headliner & Weather Jr. Deceased. In Probate.TO .
GREENVILLE, FLA. C. B. DAVIS, PASTOR 5:33 Sign Off "I urge students, parents and em- ALL WHOM IP MAY CON-

PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO ployers to cooperate with this pro- \ CERN: _
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. LEE METHODIST CHURCH \ GARAGE .
CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE gramDr Hamilton added, "sinceit
Notice is hereby thatI
Morning Worship ......_ 11:00 A. M. given
will be highly beneficial to each have
filed
F.apfist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Preaching Every Sunday.1st my final report as
E'ening'orship 7:30 P. M. and 3rd Sundays Daily Program Schedule student to take the tests well aheadof I Executrix of the estate of R S
the busy Orientation Days at Williams, Jr, deceased; that I have
P. M
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 _....._ 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
WMAF 1220 ON YOUR DIAL the College." filed my petition for final discharge -
HANSON METHODIST CHURCH 2nd and 4th _
Sundays 9:00 GeorgiaGLASSd
a.
Sunday School m. 6:00 A.M. Sign On Principals R R Woodell, W R II and that I will apply to the
Every 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. Honorable Curtis D Earp. County
Preafhinp Services every First Sunday __...____ 10:00 a. m. Hall, and Burch Cornelius are
6:25 World & State News Florida
Judge of Madison County, ,
and Third Sunday 11:00 A. Land Methodist Youth giving their full to the A
Fellowship support Company I
6.30 Fla. Farm Hour I on the 29th day of August, 1939, for
7:30 P. M. --......-_.......__..__ 6:00 p. m plan. Tests will be administered by
6:45 Rudy Hamrick, GLASS : approval of same and for final discharge -
Sunday School every Sunday ZEB WILLIAMS Pastor (Mon. Wed. Fri.) Miss Kathleen Van Alst, director'
10:30 A. M. BOB SEARCY GLASS BLOCK as Executrix of the estateof
Sunday School Supt *
6:55 World News of counseling, and Dr Blanche N
Night Saturday before R S Williams, Jr., deceased, on
Family
7:00 State News Hardy director of testing. / MIRRORS I
Every second Sunday 4:00 P. M. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH this 17th day of July. 1939.
SAPPINGTON, Pastor I 7:05 Coffee With Ray Application blanks will be available ALICE CANTEY WILLIAMS
REV. C. M.
Preaching every Sunday 7:45 World News 215 W. Savannah
at the testing centers for Ave. Executrix of the estate of R S
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 7:50 State News Phone
CHURCH -- CHERRY
HOPEWELL BAPTIST I : 2-5285
those who wish to take the tests Williams Jr, deceased.
Sunday School ____.. 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M 7:55 Weather News Valdosta, Georgia 474tchATTENTION
,
but
who have not yet applied for
Morning Worship ._._ 11:00 A. M.! Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 8:00 Coffee with Ray -

P.aptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. 9:00 Morning Devotions admission.

Evening Worship _.._._ 7:30 P. M. Prayer. Meeting every 9:15 Musical Interlude 46-2t

Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. MeW 9:30 Music Unlimited
Brotherhood last Thursday 10:00 News LADIES' NIGHT AT THE RACES
B SEALS S S Superintendent
of each month at ....._ 7:30 P. M. 10:05 Music Unlimited Monticello (Special) Florida's
W.M.U Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. J ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union 10:30 Music Unlimited newest greyhound track is becom- :

Evelenp Kelley Circle Director.ERNEST 11:00 Music Unlimited ing more popular and now the

3rd Thursday _" ...n 2:30 P. M. GURR, Minister 11:15 Public Service Jefferson County Kennel Club at

V. L SINGLETARY. S. S. Supt 11:30 Record Session Monticello has announced a feature .
ALBERT KELLEY. B.T.U. Director WELCOME TO 12:00 World News especially for ladies. If you are thinking of building anything-think to get
NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes the last
REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN Pastor Starting Thursday night
Come Worship With Us i 12:30 Talk Of The Town week of July and running throughthe

WELCOME TO Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 12:40: Uncle Ned end of the season in September, our prices on MAYOROC Blocks, Lumber, Roofing,

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 12:45 State News each Thursday night ladies will be

Sunday School ".'_ 10:00 A. M Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. )1.o 12:50 Farm News admitted free.

Morning Worship ...__ 11:00 A. M. } \'eningVorship 7:30 P. M. 1255 Weather News The racing; schedule consists of Shingles, Jalousies and Awning Windows, Doors, Nails,

Training Union ..._ 6:30 P. M. Mid-week Prayer Service 7:00 P. .M. 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade 10 races Monday through Thursdayand

Evening: Worship __.__ 7:30 P. M Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 1:55 News 11 races on Friday and Satur- ""-

Prayer Meeting ._....n_... 7:30 P. M. W. M. U. 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 2:00 Gospel Time day win post time 8:15 o'clock Paints, etc.

Church Business Meeting First Jack Pickles S. S. Supt. 2:30 Public Service each night. ...
Wednesday night of each month Royce Tuten B. T. U. Director I 2:45 Afternoon Melodies

Brotherhood' a1"fiV.. M. U. Second REV. N. M. ROWELL, Pastor 'I 2:55Yorld & State News SUPERVISORS REELECTEDTwo IT COSTS NO MORE TO BUY THE BEST
Thursday nieht of each month. 3:00 Afternoon Melodies
Picitching! Services Every Sunday CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 3:45 Public Service '
Madison Soil Conservation
Come Worship With {?s. CHURCH 4:00 News .
REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor 4:05 Request Parade District Supervisors L Gaston

Pleaching Services every Sunday 4:55Vorld & State News andV B Coody, were re-elected MAYO

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH :Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 5:00 Request Parade July 14, without opposition, to

REV. I. T. CARTER. Pastor Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 6:45 Sports Highlights serve a four-year term as Supervisors -

Services every Sunday. Sunday School every Sunday at 6:00 World News of the Madison District.
Sundav School ____. 10:00 a. m. 10:00 A. M. 6:15
Twilight Tunes Gaston and Coody have served
Morning Worship 11 fin a. m BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. 3!. 6:55 News LIME PRODUCTS CO. Inc.

Training Union ..._..._ 7-Oft p, mEt Prayer Meeting! e'.eryVednesday.. 7:00 Sign Off continually since the organizationof ,

enin Worship _.__. 8:00 p. m at 8:00 P. lLBrotherhood\ PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO the Madison Soil Conservation

Prayer Meeting Wed. .... 7t3ft! p. m first Thursday every CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICECONSTRUCTION District in 1941. These two men

L. D. S. SERVICE month at 7:30 P. M. hold a State, and probably a Phone SWift 4-3131 Mayo, Florida
Everybody Welcome National Supervisors Service record.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF REV. J. R. COLLINS Pastor.

LATTER DAY SAINTS NOTICE TO CREDITORS

MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST New and Remodeling FLORIDA STATUTESIN f'I . e . . . e tI

Sunday School __...___ 10:00 a. m. 701 South Range Howerton Supply Co. THE COURT OF THE COUNTY .

Sacrament Meeting ... ..? 11:00 a m. Bible Study __ 10OO.Me. JUDGE MADISON COUNTY,! One Great Team
Relief Society and Priesthood Time Lord's Supper and FLORIDA IN PROBATE. : :

and place as announced at Sacrament Edification 11:00 A. M. Crankshaft Brake In nEstate of Emma B Koon,
Bible Study ___t, 7:00 P. M. I Deceased.TO .
Meeting.
Preaching 7:30 P. M. f : Amoco White Gas & Super Permalube 03 :
'ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS
LEGION HALLE Ladies' Class ________ Thursdays Drum and CylinderHead I i I HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS .

R. CARRYL. Branch Pres. MADISON CHURCH OF GOD AGAINST SAID ESTATE: .
RIDGE ROAD. CHERRY LAKE Grinding You and each of you are hereby .. !i-i: ; :::::; .

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. notified and required to present any
NEW NOPF.PULMISSIONARY I claims and demands which you, or u s
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. y.
BAPTIST CHURCH I Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. General RepairsMcWilliams either of you, may have againstthe 0e

Services every ttrst and third Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P. M. estate of Emma. B Koon, deceased .

Sundays at 11 a. m.. and 8:00 p. m. REV. B. B. BRICKLEY Pastor \ late of said County, to the .
GaragePlagued
Sunday School every Sunday 10:00a. County Judge of Madison County .

m. BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH Florida at his office in the court .

Training Union every Sunday 7:00 Welcomes You house of said County at Madison y .

p. m. Services Every Sunday Day And Florida within eight calendar s
REV. W. T. RTCROFT, Pastor REV CARL V. IVEY Pastor
1
months from the time of the first
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. publication of this notice. Each
NightwithBfedderDiscomfort ;
HALL
BAPTIST
MOSELEY .
CHURCH Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. claim or demand shall be in writing MEDDERS
Choir Practice 6:00 P. M. of
REV. JACK LAMB Pastor and shall state the place
6:30 P. M ?
Union
Training residence and post office addressof .
S. R- Sapp Chairman Board ofbeacons. 7:30 P. M .
Evening Worship Uawis attar or drinking may be a the claimant and shall be swornto
.
Prayer Meeting, wed 7:30 P. M BOOK* of mfld. bat aaaoyia bladder
Billy Bailey BTU DIrecto irritation*-makinc goo fed ratio. by the claimant his agent or :
tans a" -comfo able. An Leroy Cruce Associate Director SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST aichts. with marrinx backache.h .
Leroy Cruee S. S. Sup CHURCH *d ache or irntir aches and Daisy demand not so filed shall be void.
4.c t*vrct ezMtiom.strata or emotional MRS MATTIE RAINS, VESTA .
Miss Mrf BASS Song Leader Serrices every Saturday at Madison psct..,are adding to your muerr-*a t .
Mrs Juanita Cruoe Pianist American Legion Hall. wait-'try. Doaa's POU. BLANTONAs e ARNIE MEDDERS Owner
rem Pflls act S ways f.r speoiy executor of the Last Will and
Sunday School 10:00 A M. Sabbath School begins 2 pi m a soothia* ffect .
abladder rritattoss. .
11:00 A. M i Z""A fast paiorrfwriar Testament of Emma B Koon de-
ttomlnar Worship Church Service at 3 p. m. actioa oa asggfag baek.eb4aA
Training jn ?inn P MCrening E C WILLIS S S Supt a ao cheit anwcvlar acbca sad pai... ceased. New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas Tires, Batteries & Accessories
woaderfBBy m>O4 4iar tfc actfea First publication July 24th, 1959. .
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v7orshlp
.L HAROLD YATES, Pastor Telephone tIma ta*ttdaeys.Uadia to iacrtaM taatprt LUBRICATION WASHING A POLISHING
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. HU 3.6517.Everyone e of th. 15 aules of kUaey tnbea. July 24. 31, August 7, 14 .
th. MOM happy relief .u&oa
asst .. T *m. UMut on* olea.Rewrdless Welcome! motet dnut a M '"". Mew. FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRATTON CORNER BASE & SHELBY 8TS. .
I Mane. of your clothes, lam saves -.a. GetDoaa's
condition. Whether cotton. Home- FREE-Touch-typiag course wiqtr th: PflJ today I o MOTORS, PHONE HU 3-9419
SMITH-CORONA : 10 nPr cent Down Pavment or0
portable
Rum you are welcome in every DtfAN'S PIUS f : -.
church service. 1 typewriter at The t. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. st .'. UUUUUU 0 O ar.-. . '

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BY

CLUB ALUMINUM AIR CONDITIONER

Featuring "COOK-N-LOOK COVERS 8000 B. T. U. Cooling Capacity
8 PC. Set at i Price Regular Price $239.95If
bought piece by piece this set would cost $42.90
NOW FOR THIS
SALE ONLY $21.45 Now 17993

LAZARUS FURNITURE CO. EngagementMr.

ANY FIRESTONE STORE
123 N. Ashley Street and Mrs. Lewis Ben Stewart
Across from Dosta Theatre 110 North Patterson Phone CH 2-1961 of Madison, Floridaannounce

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daughter j
FULL SIZE 24" Frances Eloise '
Ladies and Childrens Jamaica and

BARBECUE GRILL Walter Clarence Copeland to III, son of

Crank Type Grid Lift Makes Cooking Easy SHORTER SHORTS Mr. and Mrs Walter Clarence Copeland Jr, also

Compare At $11.95 Values to $2.99 The wedding will of take Madison.place Friday Florida, September 4, at 7:30

o'clock p. m. in the First Methodist Church Madison.

Now 55.99 Now 97HAUSMAN'S c wedding Friends and and reception.relatives of. the couple are invited to attend the

Miss Stewart is a graduate of Madison High School. She
GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE attended Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga, and is now attending
Florida State University. where she is a member of Delta Gamma
203 West Hill Avenue, Valdosta Phone CH 2-6930 118 N. Ashley St. Valdosta, Georgia sorority.Mr.
Across from the Valdes Hotel
Copeland is a graduate of Yale University, where he wasa

-- -- y -- __. __--p -1'; :< n -_- .:- -- -- ._ _. .n __ _- member of Pierson College and St. Elmo Society.

7 Piece KINGSIZEBEDROOM Madison Tobacco Boosters Offer These Cash

GROUP T. V. TRAY TABLE Awards To Fanners Selling In Madison:

Assorted Starlite and
Designs Dogwood
Regular t $179.00
0 Value Regular $1.98
TWO DAILY PRIZES-

5159.00 Now 51.44 1. TEN SILVER DOLLARS to the farmer bringing in
the largest number of pounds of tobacco each day.
2. TEN SILVER DOLLARS to the farmer with the
MATHER I OF VALDOSTA S. H. KRESS & COMPANY highest average price each day, based on a sale of at least

129 West Central Avenue Valdosta, Georgia 101 -109 North Patterson 500 pounds. In case of tie, the winner will be the farmer
with the largest number of pounds.

TWO GRAND PRIZES-
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1. A GRAND PRIZE of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
will be awarded to the farmer with the highest average
price for his entire crop, of UNDER 3 acres, which is
sold on the Madison Market.

Frontier "GUNSLINGER" FOLDING TRAVEL IRON ; 2. A GRAND PRIZE OF TWO HUNDRED DOLLARSwill

BELT AND HOLSTER be awarded to the farmer with the highest average
Folding Handle With Rigid Lock price for his entire crop, THREE ACRES AND UP, which
Custom Built AC or DC 110 volt-250 watt. Not U. L. Approved is'sold on the Madison Market.
Original Price $27.50 Regular $3.98
i I (In case of tie-two farmers or more with the SAME
519.95 AVERAGE PRICE IN EITHER CLASSIFICATION OF
SpecialMORRIS Now 2.00 Each "UNDER 3 ACRES" or "THREE ACRES AND OVER,"
the winner will be the person bringing in the largest
PAWN SHOP number of pounds of tobacco).
G BARNES DRUG STORE
Dealer for COLT and RUGER Frontier Revolvers POLIO BOOSTER SHOTS suit your family physician or the
102 N. Ashley Street Phone CH 2-6758 201 S. Patterson St. CH 2-1925 Word has been received from County Health Dep2rtment.

-- - Florida State Board of Health that: Clyde L Brothers, M D
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-- .. -- Salk shots be
-- ---- polio booster may Health Officer
Mens Nationally Advertised given to all children who completed 47-lt-ch
PEPPERELL BLANKETS
a series of three shots two years|
4-2355 UNDER SHORTS ago. If your child has had only| ADS in this size type oegin as low
Full 72 x 90 Size Acrilan Blends Bounded with
three shots before July, 1957, conas|. 51.00.
Satin In Beautiful Shadow Stripe Colors Sizes 28 to 44
For Twin and Double Beds Reguluar $7.95 Regular $1.00 Value


No- 53.99 I Now 69r Pair

:ame 3 PAIR FOR $2.00 4
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LUKE BROTHERS MENS SHOPNorth I
"Outfitters for the Entire family"
Ashley Street, Valdosta! 136 NORTH PATTERSON STREET

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200 LADIES ALL LADES:

COTTON DRESSES SWIM SUITS

for G rIS Selected from our Regular Stock Values to $25.00 Representatives of five of the six Future Farmer America
chapters who won prizes In the annual St. Regis Paper Company
School Forest Contest are shown with Frank Albert managerof
Xowva'siooo: : Now 55.90 lands, who and made forests the, Southern awards. Woodlands Division of the company

Top prize of $250.00Tent to Eugene Bell left seated presi-
FAMOUS STORE MARTHA'S dent of the Baldwin High School FFA and R. E. Jones, faculty
THE advisor to the chapter. Larry Jordan, right president of the
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North Patterson StreetCourthouse
FFA chapter at the Dan 3IcCarty High School, Fort Pierce,
North Street
107 Ashley
Oopc a Florida received a $50.00 check as fifth prize. Ed Rallies, left.
standing, Is faculty advisor to the Fort Pierce chapter. Second
from left Is Eugene Doss, faculty advisor to the Mulberry
Florida FFA chapter, sixth place winners. Center Is 3L C.
Roche, faculty advisor to the Ocala FFA chapter which won
second prize of $100.00. To his left is Mr. Albert, and at rightIs
O. Z. Resell faculty advisor to the Tallahassee chapter which .
won fourth place. The Hilton FFA chapter took third place
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State Council MeetingBy I Matheny-Goodman


Mrs R L Crafton I Wedding Plans

The 33th annual meeting and TOBACCO SEASON SPECIAL
short course of Florida State Home LADIES WASHABLE MEN'SSUMMER
The marriage of Miss Gloria La-
Demonstration Council met July, 20. .
vonne Goodman, daughter of Mr FUN SHOES
24 at the University of Florida,, PANTSValues
and Mrs Daniel Levy Goodman, of]
Gainesville. Mrs A Gentry, .
presi- to $4.99 ,"'
Greenville, and Victor C Matheny,
dent, and Mrs R L Crafton, dele- For Dress 6r Work
son of Mr and Mrs Candler Cal-
represented Madison County $3.95 $4.95 $5.95 Values
gate I
houn Matheny of Madison, will
Senior Council with Almon Zip- Now $2.00
take place tomorrow Saturday morn-
H D Agent, accompanyingthem. $199
perer OnlySOUTHERN
ing, August 1st, at eleven o'clock,
in the First Baptist church at Sizes 1010's in AA-B widths SpeMULE
The theme of the meeting "Keep Greenville.All .

the Light'outstanding Burning"speakers was highlightedby includingDr couple friends are invitedBrowning and relatives of the JOAN SHOP SALVAGE CO. !

Harry Philpot vice president, 111 N. Patterson St. ARMY-NAVY SURPLUS

University of Florida: Mrs Lillie I Where It Pays To Buy Your Shoes 111 South Ashley Street Valdosta, Ga.
M Alexander, Program Leader i Fills Pulpit I
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Tederal Extension Service; Dr M i ,_' } __ ._ _ -.__ -- ., __ ___ -_
O Watkins, Director Florida Extension -1
Service; Mrs E S Cown, At Baptist ChurchRev Handsome Fiber
Southern Regional Director, National ROLL SLEEVE
SEAT COVERS
II D Council; Mrs Anna Mae .
D Mrs James Browning, at homeon DACRON and
Sikes State H Agent; Fine Value Only COTTON BLOUSE Bo
Gladys Kendall, Chairman of Short vacation from Southern Baptist

Course and Mrs M L Crutchfield.I Seminary, has been filling the pul- 59.95 by SHIRT' N SWEET
State Council PresidentShort pit at the First Baptist Church in
Course subjects were: Your Deluxe Fibers Plasti-coated to last clean Regular $4.98
the absence of the pastor, and easy.PLASTIChSE
Family's Business, Family Life,: bringing inspirational messages at of red, blue, green
Health Education, Home Improvement -
Recreation, Music, and Food.I both morning and evening servicesthe COVERS $15.95 Now 53.98

Mrs Gentry attended the course past two Sundays.
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"You are What you Eat" with Miss "Secret of The Kingdom" was
Alice Cromartie, Extension Food the subject of the message Sunday HARRY B. ANDERSON'S C. C.VARNEDOE & CO. 1

Specialist instructor. She also actedas morning 0 by Mr Browning. Matt. WESTERN AUTO -ATLANTIC SERVICE

chairman of resolution committee 13-11, "He answered and said unto |301 N. Patterson St. Phone CH 2-5945 134- North Patterson Street
worked on Home Grounds com-
Presidents dinner,I them, because it is given unto you .
mittee attended attended International Affairs work-! to know the mysteries of the ___ _ _ __ __ t __ __ :- _'_n____ _-- __ -_ __,

shop, all Council sessions and gave Kingdom of heaven, but l.to themit
REGULAR $9.98
Madison County's Council reporton is not given" was the" text of I Inner Spring and Box SpringRegular N
LARGE PLUSH TOY
Christmas Party. _
the 4-H the message that explained the
Mrs R L Crafton attended two I Secrets of the kingdom which, $79.00 i Value ;
Business BOTH PIECES RUSHTON HOUND DOG large'Price
of Your Family's
sessions
first, he said is to know the Secret
with Dr C C Moxley, Extension
I of God; second, to know ourselves,
Service and Dr Louis Gaitanis,
University of Florida instructors !and third, to know the secret of 539.95 1/2 54.99

also Publicity worshop with Dean living.

Rae Weimer, Hugh Cunningham, "The Burden of Christ" was Mr
Ruddy Davis, School of Journalismand Browning's sermon topic Sunday HOLTON FURNITURE COMPANY HALL'S CHllDRENS SHOP McR
Communications, Dr Hervey
night Matt 11-28-30 "Come unto
Sharpe, Florida Agricultural Extension me, all ye that labour and are 116 West Central Avenue Phone CH 2-2553 "Ga's Largest for Children' }119 North
SeniceVorked on cloth- t
are heavy laden, and I will give
ing & textiles committee, attended
you rest: Take my yoke upon you
toured Cancer
and
council sessions,
research laboratory. I and learn of me; for I am meek

Evening sessions included Vesper and lowly in heart: and ye shall

services, reception, Florida night find rest unto .your souls. for my

(when Suwannee County stole the yoke is easy, and my burden islight"

show), fashion show, and installa- was the text of the sermon

tion of State Council officers as wherein is found the solution for, Innerspring i OFF SALE AT

as follows: first, the burdens MATTRESS20A I
President, Mrs 0 L Ashmore. unnecessary ; BOX SPRINGS STEPHENSON'SAll
Mrs F second, the inevitable burdens, and
Pinellas; 1st vice president
L Bonifay, Escambia; 2nd vice third, the voluntary burdens which $69.95 VALUE Diamonds at 1/3 and up to 1/2 OFF I

president, Mrs E W Doering Duval; make up life, the speaker said. BOTH PIECES JUST Regular Price $198.00

Secretary, Mrs A H Sherrill Leon; Mr Browning will fill the pulpitat i
Treasurer, Mrs Earnest Smith, the Brewer Lake Baptist Church 549.00 Special Saving 99.00 Onl,,

Marion. this coming Sunday, Aug 2. Single or Double Size --'

Emphasis was placed on Health, NOTHING DOWN $1.25 A WEEK 00
Conservation, and Civil Defense NOW.

with exhibits in Broward Hall. Mad- Howard-Bland a SLOCUM & SONS FURNITURE CO. VASlocum's L
ison County's exhibit was Home
Improvement-simple methods of Valdosta and Hahira HORACE STEPHENSON'S,

plant propagation.Miss I Engagement
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Sandra Daughtry, daughterof Furniture Exchange Downtown Castle Park EDD
former Madison County H D
I Mr and Mrs Charles Reuben 111 West Savannah Avenue Valdosta-Also Thomasville PJ
Agent Mamie Daughtry received a 408 South
Bland of Clyattville, Ga announce
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Alvida, to William Leonard Howardson Lubricate _._._.._$1.50 I
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Dickinson Promoted of Mrs Roy L Howard and the J
Pack Front Wheels 1.80 ME'uS WORK PANTS
late Mr Howard of Dearing, Ga. -
Wash Car _______ 1.50 11,
The wedding will take place
John Dickinson, service managerfor -
Khaki Twill
o: Grey
3:30 in the Mt
August 23, at p m Sofa BedLamps
the Southeastern Telephone Co. Church. Regular ___ $4.30 Regular $2.98
Zion Methodist nn ----------
for and half
at Madison two one 1
years, has been promoted to Dis- Miss Bland graduated from the t

trict Commercial Representative. Clyattville High school attended .. special 52.45 Only 51.98 i
Mr and Mrs Dickinson and their Abraham Baldwin College and will OnlDOW

three daughters will leave next receive her Bachelor of Science i

week to live in Tallahassee. degree in Home Economics. from SOUTHWELL MOTOR COMPANY JOE LAZARUS i
Hugh Curry, of Tallahassee, succeeds State College for Women
Georgia
Dickinson at Madison, and BUIck-OpelStudebaker!
with Mrs Curry and their 'babyson in March. 400 North Toombs Street Corner Ashley and Hill 128 Norm P'

will arrive this week end. They Mr Howard graduated from .

-will reside in the Holton apartmentson Dearing High School and attendee! L 0 _. ._ -- .- '0 _- __. --_ ->>--- -_

S. Horsy St. m _y.iii i Abraham Baldwin College. He re- f
10 Dozen Famous Brand
ceived his Bachelor of Science LOW-PRICED KENMORE :

LEAVING FOR NEW HOME degree Jn Agricultural Economics >-%

-- '" from the University of Georgia. His DRESS SHIRTS Washes all Fabrics 10 Ibs. Capacity N

Mr and Mrs J CJHawley and presently employed at the : Regular $4 to $5 Value Sizes 14 to 17J Regular $224.95
who have! been visiting 'Station:
children | Georgia Experiment In .
Mrs Hawleys mother, Mrs 'Davie .
Griffin. $194.95
Johnson of Lee for di past several 0 1 Now $2.00 Onl T
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weeks, left Sunday morning for *,. ,
their new home on Tropical Drivein Mrs J L Brinson is able to be Nationwide Service Guaranteed

Holly Hill. Fla. Mr Hawley will out but with her foot still in a

be connected with the Keeber Co.then cast following.an accident when SEARS ROEBUCK & COMPANY CH
proud to *oe back she fell ten days ago and broke
They are North Patterson
? 114 Street
505 N. Ashlt!
'. in good ..old Florid after living inPennsylvania the little toe on her right foots VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
for the past twelve -
o Mr and Mrs T N Toms of Miami

years. 1 Springs arrived Tuesday evening .k

A 3/c Robert Eugene Clark returned from "a six weeks' trip to California S 'I.
of interest en
at Moody FieldMonday I and places
tLca p
morning after spendJX2. 27 route They are visiting Mr and
.I and other relatives.
days leave at home in Lee with his 1.ewis. Gaston '

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LIBBY CREAM STYLE I c"
SETZER'S BREAKFAST CUP :. 14 OZ $ 00 CORN No. 303I :
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-4- -- -- -- W L COLLINS DIES
I William Luther Collins, age 59,1 I New PatrolmanPatrolman
31st died July 28 in the Brooks County I VISIT !
Hospital following a year's illness.I I
He was born in Brooks County W C Kilpatrick has
Georgia April 19, 1900 and had'! been assigned to Greenville. He is The Music BoxAT I
JG lived there all his life until movingto beginning first assignment with
Madison County in the Hamburg the Florida Road Patrol service.
community in 1949, where he had He recently returned from three 214 Screven St
QeIT. IAN, GEORGIA been engaged in farming.He j years' duty in the Army in Eng- QUITMAN, GEORGIA
FREE I was married to Miss Mary land. He and Mrs Kilpatrick are Phone C601
BOY'S 13* Oz.WRANGLER : Denson in 1922, who survives him., living in Greenville.BABY .
WITH EVERY $25.00 PURCHASE I He also leaves t>ne son William L I General Electric TelevisionS .

DUNGAREES YOU GET A Collins Jr of Madison County; five I! WESTMORELAND Phonograph RecordsHiFidelity
I sisters, Mrs R L Jackson Thomas- _
SILVER DOLLARSizes &
SUMS OR REGULARS StereophonicSound
I ville GaIrs; C M Stokes Jr, Mr and Mrs George \Vestmoreland
Trade 50.00 get TWO 1 I i Waynesville, N C; Mrs W K Petrey't, of Tallahassee, announce the birth
6 to 16 2.77 Pr. Trade $75.00 get THREE Waycross, Ga; Mrs W B Howard,j''of a son, Ralph Morrow Westmoreland -I T-V and RADIO REPAIRS
Trade $100.00 get FOURBOY'S Bessemer, Ala; Mrs A Faircloth, Sunday, July 26, in
Waycross, Ga; and three brothers, see Memorial Hospital. Tauahas-I All Work Guaranteed .
Leo S, Quitman; W G Jr, Thomas- is the grandson of Mr
SPORT SHIRTS ville, Ga and M C of Arcadia,
;
lRed Fox Brand Wash and J P Morrow of Madison. II
SHORT SLEEVES, Sizes 1-16 Fla. --- --------
Wear --- --
Funeral services were held at -- -- -- -- -- -
D oz. WeightSizes 28 to 42 -
the Maxwell-Eason Funeral Home,
KHAKI PANTS 97c Quitman, Wednesday July 29 at 3:30p.
m. conducted by Rev Graham
S3.98 Pr. Bailey and Rev Ernest Gurr. In- 1
terment was in Oak Hill cemeteryin
BUY YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLY
!
THE PRICE IS RIGHT! Quitman.Mr .
Collins leaves many relativesand
COLORED SHEETS 128 TYPE
O friends who regret his passing.

FULL DOUBLE BED SIZES!
HONORING BETROTHED COUPLEMr

COLORS: Pink Blue $1.88 I each tertained and with Mrs a Benjamin buffet supper Davis Sun-en- Sale of All Fabrics

day
Maize evening honoring Randell H i
Rowe and Miss Carolyn Mugge,
PILLOW CASES TO MATCH 55c each, 2 for $1.00 betrothed
couple the month.
of
printed and
Duck raviola en casserole, beans, 80 SQUARE PRINTS ARXEL AND COTTON
--- --------- ------ ---------- hot rolls, salad, tea and cake con- PUSSE RiPE CHECK AND SOLIDS

HOSPITAL\ NEWS stituted the delicious buffet menu 39c
'I served the twelve guests. The hosts 3yds. $1.00 69c to $1.00 Value
NOW OPEN i prsented the honorees with silver Values to 69c
Admitted: Mrs in their pattern.Mr CHAMBRAYSPRESHRl'NK
: Betty Brock, Mrs Drip DryCOTTONS -

Little Benny's j I i Frances Loretta Brown Wright,Marvin Mrs Bass Monette Mrs C P Kelly and Mrs T M ALL LINEN REDUCED
!! Brooks Howerton and left
Mrs Jeanette Seavor, Mrs daughter Mary 49c
I Lilly Brooks Tuesday morning to spend monthat BUTCHER Only
Mrs Doris Koon, Mrs a 69c to $1.00 LINEN AND PURE
Grocery Ernestine Kinsey, Hunter Kelley, Highlands, N C. Mr Howertonand I IRISH LINENS AND IRISH AND -
I Larry Sale. Tommy Gibson, R R sons will join them later fora Only 49cCORDUROY RAYON BLENDS
44! MILES E. OF PINETTA Patterson of Danville, Va, Ed visit there. COTTON SATIN
I Lasseter, Mrs -x-
Tessie
at the Crossroads II I Cynthia Norris, Mrs Mae Grace Lasseter Thig-, Mr and Mrs M D Minter re- ALL PLAYP.Ecg: MATERIAL Regular 98c and $1.19
I
LITTLE BENNY COX, MGR. pen, and Mrs Marlin Leslie. turned Saturday from a two weeks' I SAIL CLOTH PRINTS & SOLIDS, In Solids and Prints
Discharged: Mrs Lottie visit in Mobile, Ala, with their son
and Stokley I and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs DENIM SOLID & STRIPES, I
baby Mrs Grace 79c 89c
Griffis, Mrs Solid and Prints
PLAY CORD HOP SACKING
--- Betty Bowers and baby, Rufusi E T Minter, who ai;mpaniedthem ,
OAK HILL NEWSMr Jewell, Quinton Dryden, John] home for a Week end visit.x .
I Nancy, Mrs Betty Brock and child, ALL CURTAINS, DRAPES & ALL WOOLENS AND BLENDS COTTON LACES-NYLON LACE
Mrs Frances Brown, Mrs Doris Mr and Mrs Julian Gibson and DRAPING MATERIAL REDUCED REDUCED NETS, TULLE, ETC.
and Mrs Coleman Raines and Koon. Marvin Bass, Mrs Florence I two children have returned froma ---
son Coley of Jacksonville and Mr: Ketring, Mrs Ernestine Kinsey, Mrs week's vacation in South Florida. ACCESSORIES, McCALL & BUTTERICK PATTERNS
and Mrs Calvin Buchanan and oaby.1 Artie Burns Mrs Loretta Wrightand They visited Mr and Mrs Bob
of Clyattville were dinner guests', baby, R R Patterson. Hunter Browning at Lake Worth, and went SEE THE NEW FALL FABRICSDunn's
Kelley, Mrs Monette Brooks en sight-seeing trip to Key West '
of Mr and Mrs U P Buchanan Sat andI
David and the Everglades State Park.x .
urday. ,I Thigpen and baby Raymond
Mr and Mrs Bobby Buchanan 1 baby, James Adkins, William Ed, Fabric
spent the week end with her parents I! Lassiter, Mrs Lilly Brooks, Mrs I C Farris Bryant, of Ocala, has Store
i| Taylor, Mrs Rosa !, been reappointed Florida State
Hay
Mr and Mrs Ross Arnold, in and Cynthia i;
; Norris. chairman of the January March of
Quitman.R BABY BROCK I Dimes campaign. Bryant has headed 109 EAST SCREVEN STREET
L Crafton, Linnie and Philip(
Simms and Archie Davis are leaving i Mr and Mrs Carl Brock, of:! the appeals for The National : PHONE 7651 GA.

this week for Canada. They j Monticello, announce the birth o f..i Foundation for--the- --past- -two years.-_.I __ __ __- __ __ __ _QUITMAN_ ____, -
expect to be gone about six weeks I' a baby girl July 21. She weighed "''' ,''' ,' '''''''''''' '' '''''' '''''''''" ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Mr and Mrs Jack Chamberlain 9 lbs and 2 ozs.BABY .
m" Jacksonville spent the week end BROOKSMr
with Mr and Mrs Lon Terry. and Mrs Herbert Brooks, of MISS AMERICA & CARMICHAEL'S
Mr and Mrs Cecil Kent and chil Madison announce the birth of a
dren of Lee spent a short while baby girl on July 21, weighing 5
\\ithIr and Mrs Cecil CraftonSunda lbs and 82 ozs.BABY .

}'. I WRIGHT
Joe Crafton is spending two weeks' nom to Mrs Cecil (Loretta) !
with his cousin, Ralph Defore, of j Wright on July 21, a baby girl.

Macon.Sarah and Mary Sue Brantley are,' The She weighed baby's father 6 Ibs and was 15 the% late ozs. '

their.Cecil Wright who passed away two Flo % c
spending two weeks with sUM

cousin NEWLYWEDS, Frances-Sexton.COMPLIMENTEDMr -- j I!i days Mr before and BABY llrsVilIie the baby SEVOR was C Sevor born. Jr. Eio i MFR y CF

i i announce the birth of a baby girl.
and Mrs Benjamin Davis en I July 23. She weighed 7 lbs and !8
tertained with a dinner party :Monday czs.
evening, July 20, to which I BABY THIGPEN '
eight guests were invited honoring"' Mr and Mrs Thomas Thigpen announce -
Mr and Mrs A T Gibson Jr, newlyweds -!!, the birth of a baby girl, .
of the season. Guests were' .,' born July 24. She weighed 9 Ibs.
seated at the beautifully appointed I 1 and 13 ozs. NOW GOING ON !

table and a menu of roast beef], COLORED PATIENTS
peas potatoes, hot rolls, tossed Admitted: Helen Williams, Johnnie -

salad seo ed., apple pie and coffee was i Akins Warren Emma, James Lee Mitchell Robinson., Rudolph Famous Brands ,in Ladies Mens and Children's Wear'

The honorees were presented wit Dismissed: Annie Mae Austin andof
a covered dish in their pattern baby Barbara McFarland and baby,
a china by .the hosts. Charles Aikens Helen Williams and OFF
baby Shirley Randell.
Mrs T F Hay is convalescing at Born to Helen Williams, July 21,
her home after a two weeks ill a 9 Ibs. and 9 ozs. baby boy.
ness at the local hospital. -- '
PARSONAGE RECOMMENDATIONJohn
NOTICE TO BIDDERSJuly TO REG&LARPRICES

Waring, chairman of the parsonage -
27, 1959 building committee of the
Bids will be received on the' First Methodist church, read a
following items by the Board of,'I recommendation Sunday niorrt.Yig; !
Public Instruction Wednesday, submitted by the committee that I II
August 5, 1959, at 9:00 a. m.: I lthe church accept a lot for the new
(1) Regular gas I parsonage on the Valdosta Highway -
(2) No. 2 Fuel Oil I donated for the purpose by
(3) Permanent type anti-freeze,, Mr T M Howerton. No action was Grand Store-Wide Clearance
(4)) Premium grade thirty weight I-taken.
motor oil in 55 gallon drums; Members of the building committee -
(5) Premium grade twenty'I are Mr Waring, chairman, Entire Stock Ladies Naturalizer and Life Stride Summer
1 weight motor oil in quarts r J J Sale Jr, J B Davis, Mrs Paul
All prices shall be stated per'! Touchton and Mrs A F Harrison.

unit, i. e., price per gallon per'1 Shoes at t Low Clearance PricesCARMICHAEL'
quart, etc., f.o.b. school served,'
and shall be a firm price, if possible i.l:\ Dean and Mrs Walter Militzerand
for the 1959-1960 school year. two children, Susan and John
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Delivery on fuel oil will be made., of Lincoln, Neb., will arrive next MISS AMERICA SHOP
.:
to all schools in Madison Count} week for a three weeks' visit with
except Cherry Lake in lots of 50C:). Mrs J J Newman and Miss Audrey
to 2,000 gallons per deli\'el"}'. Gas;. Newman. Mrs Newman and Miss
. deliveries shall be' made to the J.' Newman and their guests will. spend AND
Madison Repair Shop Greenville.!i j I IIi a week at Daytona Beach. -
High School, and Lee Junior High i\ -xnd' -
School in lots of 300 gallons a I': Mrs Kirby Reichmann and daugh-
I ter, Miss Ray Norfleet will go tto' MEN & BOYS SHOP
up.The Board reserves the right New York City on a week's vacation
reject any and all bids. All bids i trip, leaving from Jacksonville
must be in this office on or before: next week. Miss Norfleet, who is .
S:00 a. 'm August 5, 1959. a 1959 graduate of Madison High Quitman, Georgiarereyireyyyvp
GRIFFIN BISHOP, Superintendent48ltcl School, will attend North Florida
.I Junior College this faJL reig g S ",, U >> Ub" 'S






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I agers. 1 TWO HIGHWAYS CLOSED (predicament faced by our highway secondary highways. Once saturated I The ever-increasing burden o!
Benson is personally familiar with all i officials following heavy rains with water the road base crumbles maintaining our highway network
t
Ij j I 4 of the divisions he will supervise,! Closing of two main, highways in throughout Florida the past two under traffic and extensive repairsare I means fewer dollars available for
having served in all of them dur- the state due to flood conditions U I months. required. This costly business of
new construction at a time when Fla
ing his 30 years with FPC. Benson jS I No oil south of Ft Myers and!I Far more dollar damaging is the patch and repair is In addition to I Iis
II FPC St Peterburg as serv-{' I I, of detour and delay growing rapidly and in need ot
joined in !State Road No 50 east of Brooks- effect of high water on the limerock the inconvenience -
I iceman, then served as local repre-![ville points up only part of the:road base used on our primary and caused the motoring public. many new miles of good roads.
sentative and district manager in ------
High Springs. In 1943 he was pro-i! -, _- -__ __ ,:_i_ : __ -_ T Q_- "" __.- --., __ _
moted to division manager in
Apalachicola, tranferring to Lake
yWA Wales in 1950 and Winter Park in
I 1956 as division manager. Daylight Department 51 1 ore

I Always active in community affairs
wherever he served, Benson is a past
BENSON NAMED VICE PRESIDENT
I president of both the Apalachicolaand
OF FLORIDA POWER
CORP.A 1 I i Lake Wales Chambers of Commerce ANNUAL
I I and is past president of the
V Benson has been elected a which he
Club
Apalachicola Rotary
vice president of Florida Power I I
I I helped organize. At present he is a
Corporation effective October 1, .
lay leader in the Methodist! Church.x
President W J Clapp has announced.
:F'onnerlyVinter Park division -
manager for the utility, Benson will I|
of Mr and
Linda Reams daughter
:
now have executive supervision over ,
Mrs Joe Reams of Greenville left
the Winter Park, Lake Wales Ocala by plane Sunday for Chattanooga,
and Northern divisions, workingwith Tenn where she is attending Camp
the division and district man- Soddy near there for two weeks.
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Quantity .
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Rights BROADCLOTHCOTTON DOUBLE BED SIZE LITTLE BOYSSHORT MEN'SSTRETCH
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Reserved SLIPS SHEETS PANTS SOCKS

Prices Good Ii Closing out price AND COTTON SOCKS


August Thru Sat.1 1st., 97: $1.87 Special 4 7 1 Up 3 Prs. 97 :


_ Sizes to 8MEN'S :
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CHILDREN'STENNIS - - "SHORTSFor BOYS SCHOOL
f 00 RESD I
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Men's Short Sleeve SHOES
I OXFORDS
.. -;: J:,' ..l fJUJlJI'! i SPORT SHIRTS Sturdy, Good looking.
J, 1 2 97 LOW PRICE OF-
CLIP THIS COUPON Values to 1.98 Ci
THIS CERTIFICATE ENTITLES YOU TO { $1 1 47 Closing
i $
50 &l GREEN STAMPSFREE I p $ ATHLETIC' SHIRTS 4.87

AT YOUR NEAREST _LARGE_ _SIZE_ $1| 47 &$1-167| ---------p.-Pr.

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WINN.DIXIE STOREVoid TOWELS ForMEN'S C MEN'SPastel
After Limit One Coupon To Adult With r----------
Aug. 1 st. A $2.50 Or More Food Order. Shades BOYS' -SPORT SHIRTS

u_ 1 SPORT SHIRTS RUBBER Made by Wings
.Jln" lJl 1iIt--! ]
$3.95 QUALITY Reduced to

TIDE 249? 3 ForGOOD 97 C One Lot For- KNEE BOOTS S3.: .7

_ $ $2.95 QUALITY Reduced to
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C 5 87 ?.?!
Limit 2 with a 5.00 or more Food Order QUALITYBEDSPREADS .
Wear"
Another lot- Men's Wash 'n
GOOD QUALITY
Fancy rayon, assorted colors. Sizes 6 to 12 SUITS
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While Double they bed last-size $ 1 7 7 Men's Khaki and Gray Cool, comfortable, light
weight. $35 VALUES-

WESSON _ WORK PANTS SALE PRICELADIES
$ 13 r s


.2G alto/ n O'l Each. _2.47_ NYLON LADIES'HOSE $ 2.87 28!!.

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SPECIAL- Sizes to 42 NYLONPAJAMAS
TENNIS SHOES
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Sizes to 12. Only-
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1.97 97 Odd Lots. Closing Out- $ 1 1.9 7

PREMiUM r. 3 Pr, $1 87c P r. '
SWIFT - - -
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CAN HALF SLIPS BATHING SUITS - -P-ISPANTIES

IA99A Washable Cottons. < By CAMPUS SHOES REDUCED TO-
Lbs Out they Go-

It Net 87c BOYS $167 $ CLOSING 67 OUT- 4 Pr 97c

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67
$ 2
MEN'SWORK MEN'S Heels and sandals. Included I
W.p ., in this lot are values to $5.95 I
SHOES
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Patterns of C
ROAST $S.9S DRESSES MEN'S
$ - -
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O I Values to 9.95. NOWDRESS BELTS
L y
49! i -Sizes i- -6-to_12- $ A 87
$
TABLE FULL OFChildren's 2 87 17 C
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sU \ Now- Black, Brown, Black and CAPS YARD GOODS


ICE CREAM 9G071ng C Each $ White. 87 29 c 3 REDUCED 7 c TO d.


ctOCO1'E, Sizes 2 to 8 J

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All! Summer Hats Skirls ONE {LOT, Blouses. Shorts,


$3.00 $5.00 Pedal Pushers and T

Values to $14. ?5

"ONE OF A STYLE & COLOR1 Shirts .


1h Price CM

Summer Dresses .

/ Price Bathing Suits .


Values to 25.00 '/ Price

Sizes 5-15-8-20

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out on all 1 Lot of Bras and


Uniforms Girdles

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CASTLE PARK VALDOSTA, GA. '

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THE WEATHER LEE NEWS 1 NOTES ,
I 180 4-H Campers %4 mfrft& \

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Week ending July 28th, 1D59 Mr and Mrs R Rowe had as i I At CherryLake
Max Min. Rf. .
I guests for the weekend Mr and BRiDE a '
Wednesday 90 72 .00 l _
Mrs Edmund Rowe and children 1
.
Thursday 93 72 .00 i One hundred eighty Gadsden I
of Columbus, Ga, and Mr and Mrs
Friday 93 71 T I Nassau and Taylor County 4-H
Hubert Rowe and children of Or-
92 72 .59
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Saturday Cluo boys and girls are enjoying
Sunday 93 71 .00 lando. camp life at the Cherry Lake i GMrft* ventf w/u I/OiP./
Monday 92 72 .00 I II I Mr and Mrs Hugh Koon and State Camp this week. r i ,

Tuesday 93 72 .00 I daughter Miss Kathy, of St Peters- Facilities for a week of fun and I a j M

burg came Saturday to.isit MrsJ recreation for the group include I 9 0
TOTAL .59 B Rains and Miss Vesta Blanton. the study of arts and crafts which''':

Rainfall week ending July 25th The Whittys met at the ,State go to make for a better life Classesin )
at Gibson Tower 1.60 in, LO.ettTower j Park Sunday for their annual get- swimming are a part of the : AI 1
1.50 in, Aucilla Tower 1.30 daily happenings. Studies of the I
I
had ak
together meeting. All a wonderful -
in, Sinclair Tower 0.80 in, Lee I art of out-of-doors living including y ,{ Y "h 1
i
1.90 in, Madison forestry time. Most all the grand-
Tower cooking, building fires and leather
headquarters 0.93 in. children and great-grandchildren crafts of
are a part the program.
Sun rises July 31st 5:50 am, were there and some relatives and Thursday evening a special cook-I ndb

sets 7:30 pm. friends and the brothers and sisters. out was held for parents and 5-
Moon rises July 31st 2:2G am. 'In the mid after noon they said guests.: A contest was also plannedfor .
:Moon in constellation of Taurus,their goodbyes, looking forward to the best boy and girl camper.
July 31st. i' These are coveted honors to which /
their next meeting in
years hopes
High tide July 31st at St. Marks t.il! campers aspire. {:
rpftAYf1fTH
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all will be able to attend the next
11:14 am. I Included in the 40
light 'lone j group are boy
4 and 45 girls from Gadsden County
j :\ir and Mrs J Williams Sr :
with their Assistant
MrsViJliam Smith and son i chaperons
David of Perry. are visiting Mr ,had as guests Tuesday of last week I County Agent Bernard Clark, and : lJfd) /
and Mrs Carlton Smith this week Mr and Mrs Hawkins and two I) H D Agent and assistant Mrs' '

while Assistant County Agent Smithof i. : children, James and Miss Richie, j Marjorie Gregory and Mrs Edwina j jloberts. .
Taylor County is at Cherry' of Cherry Lake, Mr and Mrs Bill] Thirty five boys and thirty ..
Lake State Camp with <;5 4-H ClulJoo.s ''Watkins and children, also ofj I girls from Taylor County accom- w w ?

and girls of Taylor County Cherry Lake, Mr and Mrs Sta le.1Green panied by assistant County Agent
--- --- William Smith, and II D Agent,
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and son of Alabama and I'I'I Miss Ethel Paschall, and 30 each ti

(Mrs Jack Williams and children of boys and girls from Nassau County -
I I'I
STOCK CAR !Jacksomille. with County Agent Gordon B t

Mr and Mrs Calton Whitty and I Ellis, and II D Agent Mrs Evelyn
'I children of Baldwin came last Sobbarese.
RACESThunderbowl I
'Thursday for a few days visit, S : l1//F'
I,with home folks. \ TELLS OF BOYS' STATE .5 JfXIf SfJN R'l/t UJPF 1/11'

Mr and Mrs Owens Cruchfieldi I
I| Allen Beck, representative LADDER TRUCK
toBoys' t
HOOK.
,and mother of Orlando were guests <
I Ii j State sponsored by the local'Lions' ? I DOWNs
: from Saturday 'til Wednesday of ( /SES LOWERS$)
Club, gave an interesting : ,
Speedway i Mr and Mrs L A Lamb.Mi' I|I report at the Club's meeting Tuesday -' TRUCKUNBREAKABLE HOLD FOCHRISTMAS
s PUMPER
--- : and Mrs Sheldon Newbern 1 1 on the session and i its activij -'

!'and children of Aubumdale were j ties. Allen said their program was t tI HELMET
Every SaturdayNight visiting relatives here and at very full, with meetings, campaigns!
(!Hickory Grove from Saturday I election of officers, party platforms : BATTERY LANTERN
I' etc. The party of which he!
through Monday
}.. was a member elected the
Mr and Mrs Tom Gamble and BO.s'l FIREMEN'I
I State Governor. I
(Weather Permitting) two children of Orlando and Mr Visitors
were Emory Maddox of z
and Mrs Carl Turlington and children Tallahassee
and Richard Brockman'
BEGINNING
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of Gainesville spent the week I of Madison. .

:end here with Mr and Mrs J B otGETALL ?
August 1 1,1959 ,Whitty and sons. LOW BIDDER I S His fOP S

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I :Mr and Mrs P G Williams of The State Road Department

Time Trials ChdtUille I were guests Sunday Tuesday opened bids on 31 pro-I pc _: :
jects. Apparent low bidder on roads
afternoon of Mr and Mrs J H I *
and parking areas at North Florida J IE' ea
Williams Sr.
7:30P.M.ADMISSION: 'Junior College Madison, was Camp-
.
:Mr and Mrs Walter Bishop and : | iivI
Loll Paving Company, $52,403.00.
:
children of St Cloud visited Mr i I ._
$1.25Children and Mrs Marcus Cherry and chil- children went to Lake Butler Sunday -

dren Thursday.The I afternoon for a visit with the
.
( Under 12 W S C S met at the homeof Rev and Mrs H L Boyd. Jimmy 7 qj ii
,
Admitted Free) I Mrs Bob Adams Monday night .stayed over, and will accompany I 'I ,

with a very good attendance. Following them on their vacation trip in '

LOCATIONTurn the devotional and business;!''Georgia and the Carolinas and \M'r a

,sl'ssion. Mrs Frances Mercer concluded :other places of interest.
the middle East Pilgrimage 1 1t '! Mrs A R Humphries went to Talla- : y

left 5 miles north of '?>tudy .fhe group has bee$| enjoying',-haste Sunday for a Visit with Mr ., /
Valdosta at llineola, take(;
1
right turns forI miles to ,SQ- much given so well by Mrs and trMrs J L Humphries. Her little

the Mercer. The Piggy banks were .granddaughter:_ BeUi returned} home
.',\. opened during the program and a With her for a few days visit .

Thunderbowl nice sum was raised in this way i I i Mr Larry Cherry was a business Y ; 'S /

j 11. I for the- leper colony More will -be'I vi ttor in 'Gainesville Tuesday.i J 4 0

: given for this cause later. De- i' Albert Campbell and Miss! I

Speedway icious refreshments was served in Juanette Allen'were visitors in

conclusion.Mr I'Tallahassee Monday. Mrs Campbellwent "'I
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I Cherry Lake News

TJ 1 Special!

Mrs E B Curry is recovering
from surgery at the Madison FOB THE TOBACCO MARKET SEASON

County Hospital.Mr .

Cecil Buckhalt was a patient $7.50 PERMANENTS *@
] at Pineview hospital, Valdosta
1r 1 1 several days last week. J
-
CA's ATTEND YOUTH CAMP 55.0n '
| Baptist GA's attended the YouthI

I Camp this week with their leader ;a
J Mrs J R Collins at Branford. \ %' \i
I Girls enjoying the camp were Beng IXonday July :20th .

I Suzanne Burnett, Sharon Sapp, '
j Mary Alice :Marsh Linda Hutto
Also many other specials In '
t Shelia Camp. Sarah Wiatt, Sandra Permanent
i i''Westerman, Sarah Clark and Ruth
For all of
types beauty card

I Tomlinson.The trip. conveynce was sponsoredby
I A the ladies of the WMU and : PHONE HU 3-6200 FOR APPOINTMENTS

Sam Winters of Cherry Lake Baptist -
1 church. BYRON BEAUTY SALON

I Friends extend sympathy to Mr
and Mrs Odis Brown in the i I>>> BYRON HOTEL BUILDING MADISON

of their infant son last week. Mrs MRS. MYRTLE MILURON MISS MELBA SEU>II.
Brown will be remembered as Miss I
Senior
Frances Bass. The Browns have Operators
FAMOUS BRAND SHORT SLEEVE
another
son. I

20 !h=n I SPORT SHIRTS'ROLLAWAY DANIEL LEE BARN43 _
MC an FAN p']ul r $3.95 to $595 I returned from a several weeks' visit ,.

at Jacksonville, Arkansas, with "" SUPER VALUES FROM
their son and wife, Mr and Mrs I Directors"
2 Speeds Last Price $59.95 ) y
Only $ .95 Bonnie Barnes, and their new $1.00 and up 4
grandson, Daniel Lee Barnes. Three changes in the board of
eial $32.jHARDWARE FAMILY REUNIONA directors Woodmen of the World Also other excellent values

KELLER CLOTHING COMPANY 2/c James Leslie Hawkins has Life Insurance Society were an-II Andrews
returned home after two years nounced Monday as the Society's I Dept Store

I COMPANY INC. overseas duty with the U- S Air I rational convention in Minneapolis,!' GREENVILLE FLA.

Force. Minn., opened. ;j I -- .
219 East H'll Avenue8ELKHUDSON 106 North Patterson Street Mr and l1rsV C Hawkins cele- James W Crain, Greenville, SI I
brated' the return with a family C, was appointed to the board as;. HANSON NEWS\
reunion.
.. _:_ sentry. Darringrton T Hill. Wades-:
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: -P: -- -- --- n. .iW Members of the family also
par horo, N C, moved up from watch-
New ticipating in the reunion were Mr man to national auditor. John Bi.I ICobb I Mrs Lula Pritchard of ClyattvUIe
and Mrs Jack Williams and three is visiting Mrs Nonie Meeks.
Jr,
I Nashville Tenn advanced :
CO. 1959 PLYMOUTH SAVOY children of Jacksonville, Mr and from sentry to watchman.|, Mr and Mrs Roy Holman of
Mrs Stanley Green and son of Director J 0 Hollis Carthage ': Leslie Ga were visiting Rev and
{5 sturdy built, full cut, sanforized V8 4 Door Sedan Torgueflite Power Steering Scottsboro, Ala Mr and Mrs Mon- Miss was named assistant fraternal r Mrs E L Gurr and family here
Sport Deck Lid Custom Heater 8 Tube Radio roe and family of South Florida, director in addition to his position,Sunday.Mr' .
Undercoating Variable Electric w/s WipersW. Mr and Mrs Bill Watson and two
national auditor. j
BLUE JEANS as and Mrs Vernon Adams and,
S. W. Tires Stickers Price $3333.85 sons and Miss Ruthie Hawkins ofCheny Mr Grain's appointment fills the
: i had
family Mr Adams' parents
Lake.BAPTIST vacancy of A L Yantis, Shelby-'
Save $1.12 on each pair ADULT SOCIALS \ Ill, who has retired. 'I'I'ille (from Augusta Ga visiting them
84 Members of the Friendship BTU two days last week. They were accompanied -
jgular $2.99 Sizes 6 to 16 Spe..t.al. J iI/I The new director is a member
Adult Class enjoyed a social meeting of the South Carolina Tax Commis home by Jimmy and
at the church Friday night, sion. Prior to his appointment in Chris Adams.
iow $1.87 OLIVER MOTORS, INC. July 17th. Home-made ice cream 1948 to the commission he was I Mr and Mrs S K Anderson and
and cake served.
were Chief United Officer
States Probation
family returned to their home in
DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER Faithful class of the BTU Adults
for the western district of
; Miami Sunday after aisit herewith
Third Floor 11 03 North Ashley Street, Valdosta, Ga. Phone CH 4-1653 enjoyed their social at the home of South Carolina. I
Mr and Mrs Albert Gentry. Ice Mrs Ruby Littleton and
He has served as consul com!
-- .-.-- -. cream, pie, cake coffee and candy I mander of his local camp, head I family.
I were served by the hostesses.Mr consul of Woodmen's South Carolina I Mr TV Bailey of Lake Gtyt
Guaranteed Dependable 40 hour Loud Bell and Mrs Thomas Surles and Head Camp, national representativefrom was visiting his grandmother, Mrs
RWICH SACCHARIN children, Tommy, Susan and Nancy that area to the nationl con-/Lula Odom here Thursdey.
ALARM CLOCKS and Mr and Mrs R L Pinson visited vention
of
on two occasions and in I Maryljn Hayden ClyattvilJe
1.25 Bottle of 1 1000 1-grain Tablets points of interest at Sarasota last 1951 was appointed to the Society's was visiting Claire Gurr here last
Regular I $2.98 week. National Service Committee.Mr week.
Cherry Lake Utilities' members I
79c enjoyed a covered dish at Several from here attended the
Only supper and Mrs C E Johnson and
Now SLB9 the American Legion Hall Satur- W M U Rally at Midway Tuesday.Mr .
girls Ann and Robie, of Live Oak,
day evening, followed by a short
E & HODGES DRUGS business session. I were visiting in Lee Sunday. and Mrs R R Rivers were
BEL-L1LE REXALL DRUGSTORE -- -- --------- ----
Larry Sale, son of Mr and Mrs Methodist Brotherhood met at guests Saturday for several hours

hley Street Phone CH 4 t 1533 1 101 1 South Patterson Street Sam Sale is a patient at the Maw.j j Rocky Springs church Tuesday i of Mrs Rivers' mother Mrs Dome
son:: County Memorial I mght 1 Johnson.
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9x12LINOLEUM goes further ( /Q" -4

RUGS SPECIAL: ONE WEEK ONLY r

Regular $9.95 With each Oil Change Purchased during our Ford Summer Swapping I Bee I

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YOUR CAR OR TRUCK WILL BE
5.00 Cash r' STOP threwfnt money dMMto .

drwi repairing your
present ar and burning ertri
;"
LUBRICATED FREE gas and oil as older can do.
Delivered But Not Installed ,
: STOP watching your car&I
1 down in resale value before
OSTA FURNITURE CO. ..
: your eyes" miss if the
: comfort,fun and safety of a
ELL I NOR MOT 0 ReO.E _
Across from the Courthouse -- new Ford on your vacation(trip.
.E r
LAWS SWAP SHOP Your Friendly FORD Dealer in Valdosta FORD CAlAltIE ClUB EDAM _. : SWAP...MT I tryreyleer
4 I sates let us give the most
.
hrterson Street Phone CH 2-8143 \It.' tremendous trade-IIs i.our
I history.SWAP before
; -. V' ... yourvacation.
-- "'y '"' -- t t when CM get
+ the most pleasure out of i!IN
8 PIECE cat SWAP ol car that wdl
\ MAYTAG WRINGER WASHER _I i" 1'\\ stay in.style. ..stay vwth
More the
[ING ROOM GROUP twandfufly oro woAd's.astCar
The Dependable Machine For Generations w.'t

|, Chair, 2 End Tables, Coffee Table, 2 Regular $149.95 SAYE_Int egry...el wal .
...
HP to$55 a year on gn
row Pillows Regular Price $149.95LSNG'S 1i and 04. .wh M aJumiMzerfmuffler
$119.95y that lasts longer.SAVE .
Only with no-wax Dtamood Lustrtrmsa
5129.95 ..wfth a long-ltstmc,
with Trade-in i j standard 66platbanery.. ,
FORD COOfIftY SEDA-
SAVC oaa.hooey. of a deaf
SORREL & MARTIN INC. daring f ord's Stunner Sp f
= FURNITURE li 1 B e.HE .

Sales-MAYTAG-Service

htterson Street Phone CH 2-1515 110 West Hill Avenue (Next to Western Union)

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59 CHEVROLET t [""rn" !
JEW 13| Oz. Sizes 6 to 16 Regular Price $2.69 FOrf..CUSTOM. 300 TUDOR SEOAR Jt, SAFETY GlASS N.rery rA.111Come. i I

|$ee the man in the RED HAT .
Only l.SFif Pair atd. gel a honey of a deal oa lIMo 59 F \ RDS ;

ROGER BUDD
I Valuable Gift Free on $25 or More Purchase :
WEUDS MOST BEAUnRULY P POOlOOED CAPS t"-.A.F.

EVROlET COMPANY SAM LAZARUS AND COMPANY

St Phone CH 2-3311 108 North Ashley Street Do Your Trading With UsA

HARDEE MOTOR CO. .



AI Corner Base & Hancock Streets Madison, Ba.r .


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1 1 1 11 IfI__ 1 = / Semi-Annual Dress Sale
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SUPER VALUES FROM
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$1.00 and up Et "... ii'! r rt

Also other excellent values -Av i
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Andrews Dept. Store

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yw GREENVILLE, FLA.
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k CARD OF THANKS

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I wish to express my sincere and
grateful thanks to all of you \\ho ar
were so kind to me and my family P1
a
during my recent illness. .
Your many acts of kindness, the : ,
flowers and gifts :you sentand
COMPLKTK: ; I TNT.! OF PLUMBING: FIXTURES, FITTINGS of & I
most allyour prayers were appreciated -
;:: SITI'LIES! AS WELL AS ALL MATERIALSFOR more than words can ex-

FOR : BUILDING OR REPAIRING NEEDS.COBLES press. s
Sincerely yours,
OTIS R. PEAVY

a n, To You E "
i n Brought Weekly y OPEN HOUSE


l Howard Shidstill Open house was held at the new
house Mr. Broadus Willoughby has

built in Lakeside, last Saturdayand The Del ght i>"v Dainty New
Lumber Co. Sunday. It was very successful MIL A M FURNITURE

with approximately 300 persons in-
103 North Ashley Street 507 South Patterson Street ELGIN
specting the house and furnishings.
1 :MADISON, FLA. Willoughby, realtor, sponsoredthe Valdosta, GeorgiaWe ..
Pr
STARLITE Regula( e $199CEDiL
house inspection and Wells extend to all a cordial welcome during this

Furniture Co. of Madison furnishedthe sale
'TELLS 0 0 We hope Enoch Parker will read entire house. CEDAR OnlyNothing 19.9

WHEN the Fisherman's Calendar: each CHEST
FISH !_ WOW FAMILY NIGHT
BIT6* week. WOW meeting will be held Mon- Down 50c Weekl}

day, August 3rd, 8 p. m. in the Regular $39.95 S29.0tl I
Madison WOW Hall for family DUVAL JEWELRY COM
night. With lock and uplifting tray
COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR 122 North Patterson 3tree

FOR THE WEEK AUGUST 2 THROUGH AUGUST 9 SAFETY ON THE FARM WEEK -- -
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Tinge for Each DIY, 'TeUs When Fish Bite Best"SUN July 19-25 is National Farm Safe- BARR HAS BIG BARGAINS
ty Week. Since the inaguration of OTTON BRAS
GENT'S i 7 JEWEL WATERPRUOf+
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MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN the "Safety on the Farm Program"by
2 J 4 I 5 I 6 I 7 I 8 I 9 Commissioner of Agriculture,,
WATCHES
t e'4 )= t0 >e... 1= Nathan Mayo in 1938 in Florida,, O First Quality O32A to 38B Circle stitched
11:30 12:19 1:09 1:58 2:47 3:36 4:26 5:18 or embroidered Foam Rubber Cups
farm safty has been a year round $29.95 Valve, Only!
AM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM Regular Price $1.00
activity of the Florida Farmer.
The constant reduction in farm t
I. Blacker tho rl:::. Better the Day for Fishing 1 59c $14.95
accidents in Florida is reflected in Now

the annual safety report released by

HOWARD STUDSTILLLUMBER the Cooperating Florida Safety with Council.council in its 5&10 McCRORY'S 5&10 i R. F. BARR, SR., JEW

annual "Safety on the Farm Program" -
1 138 West Get 'rV Ave.-
are nearly every farm agencyin .
COMPANYHU Florida: The FFA and 4-11 Clubs, _-___- : _- .- ;- -- r;;.- _" __
Florida Extension Service, Depart
ment of Agriculture. inspetors, voca- Genuine Imported Straw by Caressa I GENUINE: LIZiGATOR

;n-6106 MADISON, FLORIDA tionals teachers, the press, and DRESSY WEDGIES
-- I others. i I BAG and SHOES
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the staff of the Memorial Guidance The farmer who is his own doctor, BlackBeige and White I
Roberts-Crumbly : by Troyl I 'ldNow
Clinic in Richmond, Virginia.Mr engineer and machanic knows then Value $9.95
Roberts received his B S i l Hi or Med. Heals Guaranteed $44 .
value of having a firstaid kit always -
business administration from Valdosta
Marriage 55.50
State College and his A Kin ;1 on hand. i? $34.9
I accounting from George Washington .I There are still too many tractor Only

Mr and -wbiiam T Grumbly : University. lie is a memberof .1 I accidents. Tractor operators do not PL'! ', T j'

of Harbor View, Norwalk, Connecticut Alpha Kappa Psi and is presently .j|deliberately kill themsalves by up- DARBYS
have announced the: employed by the Department of f J!setting their machines, bnt they LADiES SHOES LUKE BROTHERS IN VAL

marriage of their daughter, Mary'I Agriculture in Washington. D C. !1 ignore the safety operation of the N Patterson Si A'-oss FnCJrDc
Elizabeth, to Billy Henry Uoberts,i! 'machine.In _
son of Mr and Mrs John Henry; BIG 17 CU. FT. WIZARD conclusion, Asher Frank director ;FU
Roberts of Cherry Lake, Florida.'
of the Florida Council, :
[ Safety ,
The wedding took place July 10 I I I
in Washington, D C. The couple I i HOME FREEZER dveses that the farmer and his helpers ,
were attended by Mr and Mrs I should be careful off the farm

Noel Davis of Richmond, \ ) and on the highway as theyare on
'irginia.I'I' $259,99Western
Mrs Roberts received her the farm. Too many farmers and
I FREE CAR RADIO I WENS LIGHT hEiGHT'
degree from Mary Washington: II[employees are being injured in
College of the University of Virginia Auto Store I
and is !traffic accidents. I! With, the Purchase of a New Deluxe
presently a teacher on I JACKETS
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t I "GRASS ROOTS OPINION" During the 1959 Valdosta Tobacco Market Very Specially PrIced

III1 L $1599 Regular $998
/Ii Chewelah Wash.. Independent: "One
of the homespun virtues of America Guaranteed for 30,000 miles against all mechanical
3 9
1 y. ; has been to work and save. Even failures IVoiv $ .

though a man knew he couldn't takeit
C ___ 1r with him. he could hope to pro- VICKERSLINCOLNMERCURY BEST CREDIT CLOTH I!

vide for his old age& for his wife& SALES
; children 1016 North Ashley Street Phone CH 2-5585 t 111 South Patterson Street
... after he was gone. But inflation -
<.
I
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mockery. American who have work-

ed hard and lived carefully find now West Bend Electric RHODES FUR NIT U!
i I that the value has been sapped from

h -. I the hard-earned dollars they put. a- AUTOMATIC PERCOLATOR f>9 1 114 S Paterson S.esr PKrs

0"\1\ !side.... Makes 6 8 Cuos i Vaidosta, Georgia

rt ., 01 I. "Yet i inflation is not inevitable. It Regular $12.95 Value ; High, Style Armed
is caused by our own actions & can
924t i ; SOFA BED
be cured by our actions. A maJor
I Now 58.88
cause of inflation 13 heago"ern- _
{In Your Choice of Coo! <-:
RMa s ment spending and debt-caused by e Regular\ $5995 6 j- j' *"
our demands on government. We' can Nobody Bjt "Nobca'y. U'-dcrEells: !

0\\ remove this cause of inflation by
SOUTHERN ELECTRIC ,
549.9
avs a stopping our demands for government On:"

a handouts and by governmenteconomy 117 West Central A/e-Le CH2-311C'1 ''' < r" ,
i i j LVr: jis 'C-
I instead." __ -. -
I GLEN RIDDLE PA. TIlE ; .r _-. .. : _o= p __ ___ H _-:__ _.: : : -

S ROCKDALE HERALD: "The politi- BAGA-Nl! CAY SCA: : GROUP; PCHILDREN'S __ PAR '
r HI cians-the spending politicians seem
Uef. L1 Here, indeed, are the rings that will test to be getting a little worried. They 1953 FORD SHOES
b eer express your sentiments, far they are styleJ:
b S beajtifully: and set with diamonds of unsur are not quite worried enough ot Two Door Diicontmued,:: S/es? n Whites dt"i P"
-- 111 brdliaace.See the pair now. course, to quit spending. But they to S7 99PATTERSONJONES

IhRings and Diamonds cnTorgcd to *?<0'" detail: are a bit worried by the growing Price 5395. Xowv.'S
signs of revolt among the people r

afafflst endless taxing speeding I e

and inflation. Evidently a good? SMITH I MOTORS
many people are finally coming to,
realize that the
government policir.; .
1
of the past two or three decado

WAYNE/ WEGER .are not merely eating away at or- .
aubstance and our vaunted standa: A Sk

of living. They are also plungur;j'

us headlong toward the levelir :

and mediocrity of a social*!
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