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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
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Madison County July :!.4"V Prince high pounds TFolso ltielecfed .,,, 50 YEARS UN THE RAILROAD --- -
Oliver Scruggs: (Jefferson Co.) high Richard-G-Broclonan I m I

Tobacco Market average.July,27_ -Fred"' Tushbant, high i Mayor of f Madison

,. pounds, CABuchanan'high average. At MadisonbDrnJ}Store ,

Continues Strong July 28'1V F Boyett (Climax :,.
Ga) high pounds J. R Newsome ; V M Folsom was re-elected Mayor
By Rudy Hamrick-County Agent high average. Richard C Brock ill'J ? ", been Tuesday night at an organizational r
1,700.000 pounds flu cured tobacco ; July 29-Bob Searcy high pounds appointed manager reacrip. meeting of the City Commission.Van .
have been sold in Madison 1 John Wynn high average. tion department of Madison- 'Dftig H Priest was re-elected Mayor 74f/
warehouses so far this season. I July 30P K Lanier high pounds,' Store owner Jimmy Stanley has an. pro-tern.
Tobacco has sold extremely well t P K Lanier ,high average. nounced. Florida Power Manager C R
through! out the season. This hbeen as July 31-J A and Curtis Cruce Mr Brockman was born April 11, I Watson delivered the semi-annual!

an unusual year with a climbing )| high pounds J R New some high I .1932, at Grandin., Fla. He graduatedfrom I franchise check. The amount was
market and increasing prices' erage. Madison High School in 1950 51,771.71. .
pud from day to day as the season August 3-Joe Reams high1 ant? served four years in the Navy.In ". The budget for the coming year .t

progressed The, quality of leaf pounds Frederick Webb high aver- January 1959. he received his was discussed. In order to balance
offered for sale this year has been Pharmacy degree from the University -: the budget, the Commission is considering -
good but the tooacco has weighed age.August 4- Calvin J Reams and of Florida. a garbage tax. At present
light and there has been more Shoefly. high pounds. Z M Anderson He is registered by the Florida cost of collecting garoage in the
damage than usual due to sun high average. Board of Pharmacy. i city is over $19,000 per year.

scald excessive water and other August 5-W H Neel and L Z He is married to the former SEABOARD SUPT. L. C. Bates presented JOSEPH -

weather factors. Conner high pounds; Philip Smith Audrey Oliver, daughter of Mr and BAPTIST W M U W HEMBREE of Madison with a 50-year ;
The local market will average and Wallace Mobley high price. Mir Wm McChesney of Madison. tion of his half service pin in recogni-
century
about 59 cents per pound with a Winners for the grand prizes of They have one son, John Wesley W M U of First Baptist Church served with the railroad. He
practical high of 67 cents per (100 and $200 will be announcedin as agent here as well as in other places.
two.Mr met at the church Monday m for
pound.In the E-R as quickly as they can Brockman's parents Mr and p He built an enviable record for loyalty and excellent
addition to locally grown tobacco be determined at end of the Mrs 0 C Brockman live in Talla- the monthly mission program and service to Seaboard and its customers.

many farmers from Georgiaand season. The market here and other hassee. business. Mr Hembree was born in Bonham Texas
Mrs Henry Messer and Mrs Clyde on June 23, .
Florida counties Jackson, markets in this section of the belt 1886. He began
railroading July 28
1908 and retired
Gadsden Union Alachua, Suwannee are expected to close after next J J Sale Sr was admitted to the Cantey presented an interesting Nov 13, 1955.Seaboard. ,
Hamilton, Lafayette Taylor. Jefferson Tuesday's sale. local hospital Wednesday for treatment mission program in question and
and others sold their tobaccoon of his badly mashed right answer fashion. President John \V Smith wrote Mr Hembree
the Madison market. when he sent the pin "It is
: the wholehearted
Miss Ann Stanley of Columbia thumb which was caught in a pump Mrs J A Davis presided over the cooperation -
Flue-cured tobacco produced on of men like which
I S C, is here for a week's visit at his home. A small part of the business session. Attendance was you has placed the Seaboard in the
Hi- 2000 acres grown in Madison i with her aunt Mrs C T McWilliams. injured thumb had to be removed. I good. position it now occupies in the railroad world, and I want
County this year will yield about I I you to know that the spirit is sincerelv annrPeinf'd.. .. .."
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ably be a record high for pounds II I I SCHOOL PERSONNEL ana Boys' Physical Education.

lr acre. ";:., APPOINTED COLORED SCHOOLSW
FUTURE BRIGHT
,. T Grant was appointed Band
Hugh Smothers W B Hull Bill I 1 At a meeting of the School Director at the Madison Training
Jarrell and others connected with Board Wednesday School.
morning vacanciesin Named also to the faculty
the Madison; Tobacco Warehouse the local faculties were filled. oi Madison Training School were
have expressed their appreciation I i iI Miss Margie Gabriel Wilkesboro, Dck Choice Lorainne Seabrooks
::'> the patrons of this market. Mr ii N
C.
i was appointed to the facultyof I Alvin Persall and Gladys Wilkins.
:Smothers states that the floor space
: NFJC as Director of Physical Appointed
I to the! faculty of the
in Madison is suitable to handle 3 Education for and
girls Mrs Audrey I new Suwannee River Junior College
million: or more pounds in any selling Brockman
was appointed
to the were Margaret Battle librarian
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season and says that the future !: Madison Elementary School faculty. Earl C Horton, .Mathematics, and

01 the market here is bright. The f O L Holloway, of Auburn, Ala. {i! Godfrey Tan Meter, Department of

buyers hue said that the local was appointed Principal of Lee i: Science.
offerings were good and that their ,..."'.. _: Junior High School a vacancy made I

c Companies like the kind of tobacco ; : :" by the resignation of Gentry Johnson -, Thed Fraleigh Jr is at home aftcB
that is grown in Florida. who will have a similar position -
Daily prizes based on poundageand DINING ON THE SARATOGA They are, left to right Lt (jg) R College; Lt Commander! Al Barber; in Sarasota County. Mr Hollo 1 i serving a term of duty in the
price have ben given by -pictured above are educators and G Raden; Dr Lane Mitchell, head Dr Edwin Harrison President. way is married and has two chil Army at Ft Jackson S C.
Madison Tobacco Boosters. The officers at dinner in the ward room of the School of Ceramic Engineering Georgia Tech; Dr Marshall Hamilton dren. / Mrs W E Cole of Jacksonville

daily winners are as follows: of the USS SARATOGA during a Georgia Tech; Dr SherwoodMcIntyre President, North Florida Junior I Benton Morris was appointed to J arrived Thursday on a visit with
July n-J J Sale high Ibs.: W i recent cruise of the East Coast Auburn; Dr Kenneth College; and Ensign Dave Lindskag. : the faculty of Pinetta Junior High !
her and
I son family, &e
O Floyd, high average. of the United States. Williams President, Florida Junior ,J JI I School as instructor of Social Studies BeasJeyColes.


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FfUDAY, AUGUST 7th, 1.

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ment; we do not know about!I want to keep the fuss going.! third more in area than Florida -

J. 1 that. Our country formerly invited \ On the whole, however, it may I I I but with a population only I i 'Custom7 Tax Sales

w_ _. [-R tt (Rm and downtrodden the poor and to oppressed come to i be helpful that in the clearing Nixon the trip atmosphere was- about one-sixth that of Flori-i i, Cited In Madison

fllliL6Mia IM UM&CHX M.MecuiTitfAi AN9 iNDusieiAi! anna or ttOBttt ficaio L da. The state is mostly agricultural -
MADISON. FLORIDA i iTelepnone our shores, as is expressedin I and letting both sides and the principal TALLAHASSEE Jul! 31- -The

lID 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. the inscription on the Statue; know where we stand. The v:,te auditor reported today that
are corn, oats, spring
Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance I! of Liberty: !: question most frequently asked I: crops Madison County Tax Collector Pat
wheat, barley, durum wheat, Milliner
conducted
Renewals Per Year'Ir delinquent tax
$4.00
Delayed Ii "Give me your tired, jour poor,!! of Nixon by hecklers (and *
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i huddled rye, potatoes, fruits and flax- sale in September by custom
Advertising Rates Made Known on ApplicationEntered "Your masses earning that was brought up also by rather than June 1
to breathe free, I| seed. The state leads the nation on as requiredb

at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June I' 'The wretched refuse of your Khrushchev himself) washy I in the production of rye, : \ law.
The collector stated that this was
shore,
8 1879. teeming American bases are overseas third in wheat I
25, 1908. under Act of March I and is spring
"Send these a longstanding Madison
the homeless I( !i practice
I ringing the Soviet, and while
and barley. Dairying and cattle C
JR. tempest-tost to me, I -unt> and the people expected it
T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT ,
OWNERS
: AND ASSOCIATES "I lift my lamp beside the golden J I the American position is that raising are important. Princi- as> they usually sold their crops in

I door!" I they are there for protection. pal manufacturing industries 1 the fall," said Auditor Bryan Willis.
but that situation has been The audit said Milliner
I report
MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 I to counteract Russia's huge include the manufacture of
accounted for all collections duringthe
i changed I
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 now. army, they say that they are butter and cheese, meat processing 1957-59 audit period. but that

CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908T. I for war, so each side has fear and the manufacturecf tax rolls were not closed promptlyand

r C. :MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. Time May Produce I towards the other. It is most flour and bakery products. kipt.I .a balanced cashbook was not

C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor necessary that steps be taken The largest gold mine in the t

Editor AnswerWhile by both sides mutually to re- United States is located injuuiu
VANN City
MRS. A. W. I II. Mr
I. and Mrs F E Naughton have
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YOH1..o Aaron
dace the UT C..n4n.,1 4-n, T. .1..1: :
-' e ense preparations "" "AV "" in iuuiiuun to 'had Mrs
: J as guests Naughton's
.pro 4 several of the Georgia markets, some felt that Mr or some day some I gold, minerals mined include I sister Mrs James Ra\esten. and

06A sold through last week 1,248I I I Nixon was doing the proper incident will touch off a catas-I silver, lignite, lithium minerals,I daughter Lenia of Clarkston Utah

crr to 836 pounds of tobacco at an: thing in "standing right up to tiophe. The foreign ministers\! feldspar, and tin. On Mount and also her father, Mr James I

average price of 57.96c. The' Khrushchev," it seemed to the I conference at Geneva is to end I Rushmore, in South Dakota, I Russell of Apalachicola

0 oy big market of all, Statesboro, : that he this week without carved the I -x-
199 writer was unnecessarily -I much if I are heads of Presi- Mr
( and Mrs Vernon Ernst and
'4T ION t led the belt in quantity of brusque and contentiousin any, accomplishment. And perhaps dents Washington, Jefferson,"son Glen left Friday to return to

tobacco sold, almost six mil-I getting into an argument,I for the present, there is I Lincoln, and Theodore Roose-i j their home in Lyons Ills followinga

lion pounds, with an average more or less angry, immediately -' no solution to the German I I velt. Next week, Tennessee.Miss a \ .here \\ithIr$ Ernst's

King Cotton Takes Over price of 57.92c, while Douglas' Upon his meeting with the I question, and the best that can!I parents, Mr and Mrs John Dovjak.

in placed! second and Live Oak Russian strong man, and we be hoped for is to let it rock:I II Robbie Cruce is attending While in Florida they visited in
King Cotton takes over I I Ft Lauderdale, Key West and
third, each with more than 'I Twirling Camp at Florida State I
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this week asKing thought it was very poor timing along in statu quo, trusting Sanibol Island.Eagle's.
Madison County five million pounds. Jasper led I! 'University. Robbie will be a majorette
( for President Eisenhowerto that time may produce a satisfactory -
Tobacco begins to bow I I I at :Madison High next fall She
the belt in average price, |
I proclaim Captive Nations answer. I
cut. Our first bale of cotton I secondat I : I is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J A Double Bonus
C2.24c with Waycross
Week and send Nixon on a I I i Cruce Madison..
for this season was expectedto :
(Monday), 62.07c. I good-will trip to Russia both 1 1I t!
be ginned today more or less in the same: Largest Gold MineSouth -- -- -- Sale Continues Thru

and the fleecy staple is reported I NAVACO AWNINGS
breath. Of course, though, Dakota is one of the HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY
opening rapidly. Time I Hundred Dollar BillIf i This Week End.
that, is the way to do if we North Central states about a N YW1 ...i'1'. 'N 11111111' A111
was when Madison- county wasa .L wlhKN 1 N!1 V
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will multiply the II -
leader in cotton growing,I one I
pounds of tobacco sold here ,
with the old Florida Manufacturing I
by the average price, he will i s ..
Company here operatingthe :. J

largest Sea Island cotton note that through last Fridaythe I

local warehouses had sold
gins in the world, and the
almost three quarters of a mil-

mention t own receiving in the New prominent York lion dollars worth of tobacco, BUY IfOWFl OWN HOME

. papers even before the War and to this must be added the "-.,--: .',;._:. -. *jl .___.. - -- -
Madison county tobacco sold
Between the Slates.: Things,
at other markets less the ; :
change, however; the boll -- A ; .
weevil gave the industry a amount of out-of-county tobacco _

sold here, and all this plus
body blow; cotton growing
to be sold this
the quantity
turned West to quite an extent -
eek. How the business
\ can
and today California,
houses keep from feeling the
of fruit
usualltholght as a
'I' of this much
turning loose
state, grows far more cotton JIM WALTER BUILDS A BETTER HOME!
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is it
here? and
money any NI
than does Florida, probably I
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wonder that one of our subscribers -
wore than Georgia even; the

use of synthetic fibers has I pulled a hundred I ( 0

lessened the demand for cotton; dollar' bill on us the other day \,

: Jld the U. S. government's i I in paying up his subscription, -- T

II I though we couldn't changeit
attitude of restricting the even

growing of cotton and kitingits for him? PURLlitG + ,

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w 204 BRACING BETWEEN ALL STUDS! H TWIN
price has been a factor in GABLES
Cash Price $2795
encouraging other countries to A New MeaningHere

grow more of the staple. Back I
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we are now in August,
I
:.t the beginning of the Confederate IN
I with the summer fast gettingby
War, certain Southern
I and school to begin again
statesmen felt that the new :._
within a few more weens. The
republic would win out because \J/4W1 I I
I missed : .
writer, by being away, / > G
of its near monopoly of
.
I the watermelon season, such as
cotton, and even as late as nt W-BRACJNG FOR ADDED ROOF STRENGTH
it was, much of the black-
the end of World War I the
SOUTHERN BELLE
berry season, and most of the
United States was producingas Cash Price $2495
fig season; however, we hopeto D
much as two-thirds of the
be around when the pecans
Tiorld's cotton. A few years
begin to fall next month. With
after World War II, United o
activities
our varied products and -
States production of cotton had:,
;. there is something doing
dropped to 40% of the world' W
1, here all the time, and w.e I
total and, while we do not
j should try to enjoy them and HEAVY LOAD BRACING
have substantiation of this,
i i to Jive happily and peacefully. N
\\e are quite sure that our ,
I i I Unpleasant situations come at 1"aMUwoaR

percentage is even lower now. : times, it is true, but so do a Cash Price S1595LANICft
Other countries besides the .
'! great many pleasant situations
United States producing sizable -
too. And if we look on our WAIT! Don't pay next months rent _
quantities of cotton include -
India Russia, China, 1 work as a friend and provider buy your own hone. Jim Walter -_...

I instead of as a drudgery, it is breaking records in Sales 1 I
:Brazil, and Eg'pt.Great .fug
I will take on a new meaning too. over 36,000 already sold built -_

anywhere for anybody. Call collect -

Economic HelpThe A Hero's WelcomeAccording or write today. Move in your new .

home next week. .
tobacco selling season, to the morning

even though it is going to be papers, Vice-President Nixon Cash Price $1895,

brief, has been a great economic -'I received a hero's welcome in

help to this section, including Poland the first of the weekon e IP YOU CAN'T COME ""'

Madison A visit there. There is an '"H office.
county. his ""play CALL COLLECT ;;
glance at recent issues of this historic friendship between OR WRITE RIGHT WI!

paper, as well as the present I Poland and our country, and M

issue, will convince one of the that may have had a bearingon

importance of the event and I, the cordiality of the visit. VALDOSTA, On U. S. 41, one block North of the city limits Call collect: .

of the desire of the business I Then, too, the fact that a high Georgia CHerry 2.0391 or write P. O Box 1203. Valdosta, Georgia.

houses here to get more I official from this country had ,

cf the necessities and pleasures i come to Poland would be a IF ITS A QUALITY SHELL HOME ITS A JIM WALTER HOMEIFACE

of life to the people during the;I factor in kindling enthusiasm,

golden harvest. Our own tpbac-'i and the Polish people are

co market, while its average f i friendly. any way. It could be,
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price :;as not so high as that I too, that in their hearts manyof J1WALTERCORP

of the other Florida markets,I the Polish people would like

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i Awards\ To Farmers Selling In Madison:


TWO DAft{ PRIZES

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1. TEN SILVER DOLLARS to the farmer bringing in
the-Iargest number of pounds of tobacco each day.
A 2. TEN SILVER DOLLARS to the farmer with the
highest average price each day, based on a sale of at least
500 pounds. In case of tie the winner will be the farmer

with the largest number of pounds.

TWO GRAND PRIZES

1. A GRAND PRIZE of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSwill
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.

) I 2. A GRAND PRIZE OF TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS
A will be awarded to the farmer with the highest average

price for his entire crop, THREE ACRES AND UP, whichis
sold on the Madison Market.In .

( case of tie-two farmers or more with the SAME
AVERAGE PRICE IN EITHER CLASSIFICATION OF
"UNDER 3 ACRES" or "THREE ACRES AND OVER,"
the winner will be the person bringing in the largest
number of pounds of tobacco).
GIANT SIZE SOLID RED
DESK LAMP SPECIAL

CEDAR ROBES Regular $3.98 BAPTIST CIRCLESMrs I Eagle's Double Bonus

.37" Wide .20" Deep .64" High i
$99 R B Bryan entertained Circleno Sale
Regular $59.95 Onlr 1, with 7 members.Mrs Continues Thru

X 0S 39.95 Adjustable gooseneck of polished brass in choice HE McArthur presided and This Week
of black, white, gave the devotional, reading Scripture End. i
$1.00 DOWN flame or brass base with matching shade. Isaiah. 40:35. Subject: presenting -
Save NOW Save Always at the Ideals of Patriotism. Hostess Kenneth Alden Singletary L; the
CO. RHODES FURNITURE served a fruit drink and cookies. name of the new baby boy bornto
BEL-LILE REXALL DRUGSTOREValdosta Mr and Mr Kenneth Singletary
114 S. Patterson Street Phone CH 4-2355 Mrs Nell Cantey was hostess to July 16. The baby is the grandson
Georgia 101 South Patterson Street of Mrs Nell Singletary and Me:
2 7 members -
Circle No with present
and Mrs
Mitchell Wynn.
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Mrs
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and Mrs Cantey the KITZINGEN, GERMANY
Beautiful Swivel T. V. Chair SALE OF FAMOUS NAMELADIES' presided program. Hostess served ice gave cream IAHTNO-- Army PFC Royce \'.

and cookies. Davis son of Mr and Mrs Robert V.
FORMERLY $21 95 HOSIERY Circle No 3 met with Mrs Laura Davis Madison, Fla. recently graduated
WE tht \Varnock with 10 members present.I from the 3rd infantry Division
XC 51 9 Regular $1.15-$1.35-$1.65 Noncommissioned Officer Academy
),, L-I:. Seamless and Seams Following devotional a program was I
given on things long'past, and in Kitzmsen, Germany. II i
Comfortable and Practical, Heavy Hardwood Frame compared with things of present Davis received four weeks of rev

O with No Sag Springs 99 C day. For a clear picture and a I fresher training. in combat tacticS(
Colors
assorted
Fabric Covered in
and
thorough understanding of this edu- map reading the principles
This Price Cash Only
Bible lof unit I leadership I ii
cational program open your 1
ON's S. H. KRESS & COMPANY LUKE BROTHERS, INC. and read all 4 short chapters of -
Malachi which cover less than 3
N. Patterson Street
101 109 North Patterson small pages. In this short lesson

;f. you will learn about the great '
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YOUR DEALER IN THIS AREA ONE LOT C -
His people. His great store-house
of love and for the unsaved,I
LADIES DRESSES mercy
ITS FOR THE ORIGINAL STAINLESS VINYL
and his willingness to accept themif i
Some Sold For $19.98 they will only believe and repent -I
SANDRAN RUGS
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the evil that is in their hands. i
Ready Cut Or By The Yard them together
$4t0Ot Then He can gather -
World's Best Floor Covering Buy with those who fear His :The kind of
nameand, the Sun of righteousness
LAZARUS FURNITURE CO. BEST CREDIT CLOTHING shall arise with healing in his peace of mind our

wings; and they shall go forth, :Sickness
15 & 10 1 23 N. Ashley Street Valdosta, Georgia 111 South Patterson Street and grow up as calves of the stall. and Accident

The hostess served delicious re i plan
gives you .
freshments.Mrs I
0 R Hamrick entertained I Our Sickness and Accident insurance
A Work!I provides lour family'
Circle no 4 in her home.
with this 4-way protection: (I)
for the coming month was discussed -; payment of most hospital bill;
I and plans made. Hostess! (2)assistance with major media
served ice cream with melon balls j I cal expenses;(3) income to rev
FOLDING TRAVEL IRON place earnings lost through
and cookies. ,i '
Bedspreads-By Rhodes-Rhyne 'i disability; (4) large lump sure
Nita McCullough Circle met with benefits for fatal or cripplin
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Vat Dyed, Woven and designed for enduring beauty Folding Handle With Rigid Lock their chairman. Miss Irene Williams.j iniurjes. Call] 'us.for dnta' .
AC or DC 110 volt-250 watt. Not U.1. Approved
and Color Fast, Reversible
service Mrs James B Vickers gave the
Guaranteed Full Size Regular $3.98 program and spoke of the Sons of Morrow Insurance j
Regularly Sells $4.99 delivery and the French in Louisi-

Now 2.00 Each ana. Mrs Roy Milliron gave a AgencyPh.
NowSCHWARTZ'S 52.99 chapter of mission book, The Holy)
Spirit in Missions. I HU 3-6250, Madison I
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BARNES DRUG STORE .
INC Mrs Paul Calhoun, of Gainesville
Representing
201 S. Patterson St. CH 2-1925 Fla, was a visitor. Hartford FireInsurance I
5 North Ashley Street, Valdosta II The hostess served congealed Company ff3Don't \ i I
I salad, ice cream and cookies. Group :
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1959 STUDEBAKERBIG :

RTED DISCOUNT FOR CASH Two-Door with oil filter, wet air cleaner, undercoated, Throw That Slick
Cigarette lighter, back-up lights.
Regular Price $ ,102.82
EDDIE LAWS SALE PRICE


VALDOSTA FURNITURE CO. S I,77 4.7 :) Tire away .

Two Places To Serve You

211-213N.AshleySt. CH 4341 SOUTHWELL MOTOR. COMPANY
BRING IT TO THE

EDDIE LAWS SWAP SHOP Buick 400 North- Opel Toombs! Studebaker Street

Cow 408 South Patterson Street Phone CH 2-8143 -C r North Florida
thouse -
Ti Recapping CompanyOn
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[READ AR MIRROMATICPRESSURE
Special Purchase for This Sale Madison, Fla.
COOKER Values to $3.00 a yard NOW ON SALE

Regular $14.95 Value and get new tire service out of it
For 1.00

0 Only 58.98 PER YARD WE ALSO HAVE RECAP TIRES FOR SALE

Full Price and First i Quality .

MILLER HARDWARE COMPANY THE FAMOUS STORE They will give you all the Tread Service A New Tire

will, or more, and at much less cost
217-221 East Hill Avenue 107 North Ashley Street

Yours for tire conservation


1 1 .NORTH FLORIDA RECAPPING CO.


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RIGHTS

fc Eagle's Double Bonus I TO RECEIVE 'DEGREE SOJLCON5ERVATIO RESERVEDLibby's

Lonnie T Davis Jr of Lee will Attention Farmers! .. .
.....". ....
Sale Continues Thru receive the Bachelor of Science in jlji -- : J

Agriculture Degree Saturday Aug. New Idea Corn Snappers to fit any Tractor t :, ", :<

8, at the University of Florida Last Year! ; E
A National Winner !
This Week/ End. Commencement exercises. EI I

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DEAN OF NFJC I ".Mr and Mrs T L Fraleigh and NEW 1-row I Cooperators ut the Madison Soil '
'I
Dr John Sands, of Valdosta, is daughter Betty and sons, Tiied, HE! IDEA__ snapper" I Conservation l District are among
the recent appointed dean of North I John Ed and Ashley, will leave those honored by issuance of the
Florida Junior College. Dr Sands [Saturday for a week's vacation at Picks Cleanest. Gets ; world's first soil conservation stamp e

was Civilian Education Specialistat Highlands. X C. Thed Fraleigh has More Down Corn i W L Gaston Chairman of the District S E

Moody Field Air Force Base before II recently returned from six months I ; Board, said toda}'. 8tiE fi

coming to Madison. Dr Sands, U S Army training at Fort Jackson 9new I Mr Gaston said the stamp, to be
feoturesfcr
:Mrs Sands and son will occupy S C, and wifi be associated in a issued August 26 at Rapid City,
the R F. Bunting home, corner of business here with his father. n greater I S D, is "a tribute to the nation's T
Pinckney and Hancock streets, whichis I I: 11 t1 1 convenience, i conservation farmers and ranchers) C )

being extensively renovated for I Mr and Mrs N R Williams and increased safety, including the Madison cooperatorsof

their occupancy. two sons, Riley and Devere, of longer life the local district, which has been
Frostproof, are here for a week'svisit I operating since 1941.
Mrs W A Bailey of Lamont with her parents, Mr and Mrs II I i "The 4-cent stamp is in recogni;

1 Route was visitor in town Wed- D D Morris, and aunt, Miss Delia I tion of the farmers (and ranchers)

nesday. Martin, Keystone Wire Fence at the Lowest Price i iI who siewardship are demonstrating,*' Gaston said.good"It soil is .1

I a salute to their soil conservation

districts, and to the professional
RAMBLER CARS GMC TRUCKS workers of the State and Federal
government who help them."

August 27th the stamp will go
on sale at other post offices

Vickers ImplementCompany throughout the country including

those at Madison and Greenville.Its .
issuance is a dramatic recognition -
by a grateful Nation that

o American farmers 'and ranchers,
and their government are hard at .

v work 0 to protect and improve, for
the benefit of us all, our most
J1ADISON, FLORIDA
2LoA
valuable natural resource, TilE .
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1
WINNERS OF SCHOLARSHIP I The stamp portrays the beauty

-d I AWARDS I:' :)1I I as well as the bounty that modernconservation
14- -
farming brings to 'RED
Gaines\ille-The winners in the
i( rural living. The city skyline on
annual Winn-Dixie-Farm Bureau { the horizon signifies at the same
COMPLETE LINE OF PLUMBING FIXTURES, FITTINGS 51,000 college scholarship awards! 6 J time that dwellers of skyscrapersalso WRAP
have been selected, it was announced > have a stake in soil conserva
& SUPPLIES, AS WELL AS ALL MATERIALSFOR
here this week by E H Finlayson,i\ these tion. The stamp will be to them a.
Check buys
YOUR BUILDING OR REPAIRING NEEDS.: President of the Florida Farm car symbol of assurance that a plentiful -f OF EITHER C

Bureau. supply of food and other products i'
They are Barbara Lattimdr of of the land will continue to |
C 0 B E an To Largo (Pmellas County), daughterof I flow to the seven-eighths of our .
nn, Brought You'eeklr By
G Mrs Charlotte Lattimer and USED people who live in town. I HIT PARADE
James Daughtry of Wauchula Har-( The stamp is a tribute to the I
Howard Shidstill dee County), son of Mr and Mrs,* i 1 countless farmers and ranchers

S P Daughtry. Both were selected who are demonstrating good soil

from twenty-five contestants representing j- stewardship. It is a salute to their HERBERT TAR
Lumber r to all parts of Florida. A I locally organized soil conservation

special Farnt Bureau committee I| districts, and to the scientists,
screened the applications over a i technicians and other agricultural I
MADISON, FLA. period of several weeks before an- ARS I!I workers of State and Federal

nouncing the winners. I 1 Government who lend assistance.Its .
The scholarships are awarded design contains a reminder that I
I
0 0 BUSTER CHRISTMAS, do you each year to an outstanding farm soil conservation is an orderly
jElls ,,,
WHEN r boy and girl. The selections are 1957 Chevrolet $1295 combination of practices and land
lead the Fisherman's Calender?
FISH BITE'; made by the Farm Bureau but use that carefully relate water,
the funds are contributed by the 4 door Sedan, power glide, clean grass, trees, livestock, wildlife and

Winn-Dixie Stores Foundation. The;' other crops of the land. -
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foundation granted the iirst of these 1956 Chevrolet $1195 i i ij
COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR scholarships in 1949, and since thena I Mr and Mrs Hillbern Zipperer and PEA

fOR THE WEEK AUGUst 9 THROUGH AUGUST 16 total of 19 one thousand dollar I II j 210 series .4-door power glide.i; daughters LaNora and Jean and
I scholarships have been awarded to I II I\ Mr and Mrs George Townsend

Ti.e for Each Day, "TeMs Wlte. Fish Bite Best" I deserving young farm boys and I 1955 Chevrolet $995 and children, Alvin Barbara Jean, '-
I gills. and Lanell, left Wednesday for'I

; I 210 series, 4 door, clean a week's vacation visiting points of
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT : SUN 1 LIBBY'S
9 I 10 : 11- I 12 I' 13 I' 14 j 15 i 16 Mr and Mrs Howell E Drawdyand I interest in Tennessee, North Carolina DELICIOUS TROPICALFRUIT

}O te: I JII: %::: I :::::: KJ : K:) two children have returned from 1957 Chevrolet2 ton I and Georgia.
5:18 6:10 7:05 8:01 8:59 9:58 10:56 11:52 Germany, where Mr Drawdy spent -x- P
PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM three years with the U S Army.He Miss Bennie F Wilder has returned -

1 is now retired. They are guests, Pickup, clean. $1195 from visiting relatives in Albany -
here for a while with his mother, and Sylvester Ga.
I- Mocker the Fish Better the Day for Fishing Mrs H E Drawdy. Mrs Drawdy's I, -- --- ROYAL "R" GOLDEN I

mother, Mrs W R McMannen, of\ 1956 Chevrolet % ton i l HOSPITAL I NEWS\
PINEAPPLELIBBY'S
Orlando joined them here for a f fI
rev eral weeks' visit.x fi I i
HOWARD STUDSTILLLUMBER Pickup Truck $995 \
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I, 1 Adrritled: Mrs Jessie Williams, RICH FLAVORFULTOMATO
Mrs Stuart and
Mr and George
Marvin Day, Mrs Elizabeth Latham;
children of Orlando have been 1955 Chevrolet :, Mrs Norma Thompson E Ma- .
COMPANYIU I visiting Mrs J Vickers and Mr and! /2 ton lone, A C Coody Joe Williams .

Mrs Elzie May and family here Jack Newsome Miss Rosie Clark,

.-3-6106 ... MADISON FLORIDA I this week. '! Pickup Truck $895 Ralph Blount, Mrs Venice Dean, .. ..-" .- .2..,
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'I I Mrs Clemie Floyd, Mrs Mary
f.-..:."'.;.;<;'"'.-"M'J---=o.-7..c.W" .. ..., _.v ;i Frances Burnham. AMERICAN BEAUTY

4ee t o> _,.".. /.w' _"..?,._, '._ ;t'i".y ::.,..,;r-z-9! CANTEY MOTOR CO. Discharged: Larry Sale, Mrs GOLDEN CREAM STYLEr
OO-4"-4 .
.. "'
'- I Tessie Lasseter, Tommy Gibson,
i2. -m' ; MADISON. FL.LIONS' .\.. Bessie
O iF j Mrs Greenstem. Mrs Elizabeth -
{ : :rlt'I I Latham, Mrs Mary Currie} r

G>>-"" :."...,........ ", ,. ',....,;; -- ---CLUB- -- 1 Mrs Jeanetta Sever and baby,
.-t.r-F. : '
rr rr x a= .rt rrwa, Marvin Day :Mrs Jesse Williams,

W E Malone W D Keis, A C
At the Lions' Club
meeting Tuesday
i -j' Coody, Mrs Norma Thompson and
T C
Merchant Sr talk
gave a :
I baby, I&lph Blount.
and showed
slides
on Russia, Ger-
BABY THOMPSONMr ,
r + m many and some of the other European I
s and Mrs Thomas A Thompson
countries he recently visited.
announce the birth of a baby girl.
I He will talk on Switzerland,Italy and
[i Uuly 28. She weighed 7 Ibs. 6!i'
some of the other countries at theClub's
f ozs. .
meeting next Tuesday '
BABY DEAN

I Mr and Mrs Nicholas P Dean announce t

\ __ CARD THANKS( : the birth of a baby boy
__ i August 1. He weighed 8 Ibs and
'
13: ozs.
_
__ We wish to thank everyone for1their I COLORED PATIENTS

3 acts of kindness, expressionsof Admitted: Joe Jackson, Rachel]

sympathy, and beautiful flowers,i Haynes, Sherman Talton, Robert
to us, at the loss of our infant Watts, Frederick Ealy.
son. May God bless each one. j Dismissed: Emma Lee Mitchell,

MR. and MRS. ODIS BASS. Joe Jackson.
Born to Sgt James E and Rachel

'.0 ,>-00.: $'<.. ____m'nmm '_" 0 Haynes on Aug. 1, a baby boy. WeSSO'F
AVuv/yp concrete brings you tomorrouft highway today! I THE WEATHERWeek \ lIe weighed 9 Ibs. and 9, ozs.


TO HOLD CIRCUIT ASSEMBLY
ending August 4th 1959

The "feel of the road" is good and solid Max Min. Rf. I Jehovah's Witnesses will hold a
Wednesday 94 74 .04
; thiee- ay circuit assembly in Jacksonville -
; new-type concrete gives you the smoothest ride ever! Thursday Friday 93 93 72 71 1.01.03 August 14-16. PICTSWEET FROZEN BABY 0LIMA

Jacksonville Ball Park is to be .
Saturday 90 72 .27
used for the occasion and upwards
No annoying dips i -no bothersome bumps The very Sunday 87 71 ..00Monday | from Jackson- .
; of 1,000 delegates
nature of concrete permits it to be laid truly level, 92 72 ..00Tuesday |
according to standards not ;,: vine and surrounding cities are
precise engineering just 93 71 .00
New
pounded into shape. Interstate High'waysare .' expected to attend the sessions.H .

New-type concrete gives a smooth ride for an for U.S. defense too TOTAL 1.35" Hugh Hancock, Box 265, pre-
expected life of 50 and There two siding minister of the local congregation -
more. are
years That's *hy concrete ia vit&L It's Rainfall for June 4.70 in for
good for this The durable itself said "The assembly is nota
reasons : concrete ; the only pavement that can be engineered July 8-08 in. : .
supported by a specially designed subbase gives to heavy loads,Dever toeeestrength. Rainfall Jan 1st through July revival, but is held primarily toadvance
even greater load strength; and a new process called .This assure mobility and 31st, 46.88 in. Christian Bible education"The
"air entrainment" prevents surface roughening from convention's theme is Be a
freely flowing supply lines for military -
Sun rises Aug 7th 5:56 sets
winter weather and de-icers. am,
Good News, and
emergencies. Teacher of the
Yet first cost is moderate upkeep expense is low. 7:23 pm."Moon .
on the program
Good for the Inter- sets Aug 7th 9:23 the featured speaker
reasons why concrete is preferred pm.Moon
daily.,will be J W GARB
state System and other important roads. in constellation Jl Leo appearing .
Jehovah's Witnesses'world .
Aug 7th. Filson, from ,
in Brooklyn,
PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 1612 Em CoIoaiaI Drift,0r1aad0,faoddE High tide Aug 7th at St Marks headquarters '

A national organization to improve end extend the use of concrete light 4:15 pm. :New Y crk.




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ralves TALL SLICED BREAKFAST HICKORY RINDLESS BACON 3 LBS $1 00 ? .


BES IG 4 1 WILSON'S CERTIFIED
212 1 CANNED READY TO SERVE TABLE READY COLORED .
CAS 1 I s CPIC

*tq ; N I C S OLEO 2 LBS. 25 ,.

1 S LYKES HICKORY SMOKED IIa
NCH' 46 OZ "'- SLAB
CAN $189

4 N CAN Lg BACON LB LI
JUICE 46 CAN OZ r I .
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JUICE I I 46 CAN OZ -I _J Fresh Pork Neckbones, Feet, Maws 2 LBS 25

'.' .di'r" nll""Ilnlm..r' .V" Pi \J.iC8
Ppl KRAFT'S OLD FASHIONED LADY FAIR BUTTERMILK OR SWEET MILKBin
; DAISY CHEESE lB 43c BISCUITS 6 CANS 49c
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FARMER GRAY SKINLESSFRANKS HORMEL'S SUGAR CURED SMOKED ...
NO 300 39c HAM SHANKS lB 29c '"<
TALL : 1 1 12 PKC OZ :
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MEA T I 10 OZ 3 9 C Headless Ready To FryWHITING Quick Frozen Red Perch

E S SON Blue Ribbon All Pork Country Style PKC FILLETSJMIT
l-LB 49 C
SAUSAGE CELLO' LB 1St 12 lBS 6ge
* $ JIG ;I 1. m M. .
U.S. No..1.141d 1 IRISH
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JUNIOR COLLEGE Moseley Hall Baptist!i .

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Church !

I I

FOR NEGRO STUDENTSOpening Aug. 17 through Aug. 28 !

Each Night at 8 O'clock I

Rev. I. T. Carter will do they


: Aug. 31 CORDIALLY preachingALL INVITED I I I 1d iiIIR

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!' MADISON FLA. Cancer Drive


j Exceeds QuotaA

OFFERING THE FOLLOWING

U Smith, chairman, has an-
TWO-YEAR STUDY PROGRAMS: nounced that the Madison County
Cancer Drive exceeded its quota of MILAM FURNITURE ENTIRE sT' u K
$1,000.00 by $100.00.

1. General College Courses The Madison housetohousedrive 103 North Ashley Street 507 South Patterson Street STRAW HATS

on last Friday evening Valdosta, GeorgiaWe

2. Pre-Business Education Course added175.00.. extend to all a cordial sale welcome during this Formerly tc $7 50CEDi'

I

3. Pre-Engineering Course CoodmanMathenyMarriage CEDAR CHEST Only $ 53.0..


In Morning REGISTER CLOTHING 1 1With
4. Pre-Law Course Regular $39.95 $29.00 :

114 North P-tltt--'"'a vr>ee
CeremonyMiss I lock and uplifting I I tray .I
ChOiCe+ of We D,ce'" We
5. Pre-Medical Course r .

Gloria Lavonne Goodman, ,,- -_ ,-_ _-_ :c.- _, _'
daughter of Mr and Mrs Daniel
6. Pre-Nursing Course Levy Goodman of Greenville, be- 35 DOZEN /4 CARAT SALE

came the bride of Victor Candler
MENS SPORT SHIRTS
Matheny at an 11:00 a. m. cere- Regular $ '179 Sf(

,7. Terminal Courses (Trades) will mony Saturday, August 1st, in the Regular To $4.95 Values It's True; a I* Caidt' l h. t'n.a ieddmt 1
First Baptist Church, Greenville. \\ '
The Rev Harold M Johnson offi-
SET FOR
be offered as demands justify. ciated at the ceremonyMr Only. 52.00
Matheny is the son of Mr
and Mrs Candler Calhoun Mathenyof Sizes SMLXL OnlyHORACE 599 .i

, For Further Information, Write: Madison. Solids, Fancies, Stripes, Plaids .
Mrs William Glenn Wyatt of

REGISTRAR Jacksonville, sister of the bride, LUKE BROTHERS MENS SHOP STEPHEN
was matron of honor and her only

JENYETHEL N. MERRITTOR attendant.Mr 136 NORTH PATTERSON STREET N Patterson Str-t-1 "> vai ics>c
best man
Matheny acted as .
for his son, and ushers were his .
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brother, Mahlon Matheny and
I Wayne Day, cousin of the bride. $1.49 VALUE BOYS PRINTEDBATHROOM

PRESIDENT \ marriage.Mr Goodman. gave his daughter .in I SET SUEDE SPORT SHII

JAMES J. GARDENERBOX The matron-of-honor wore a Includes Bowl Cover and Bath Mat Size 6 to J 16
I street length dress of pink polished PreShrunkSpecial
cotton with pink accessories, and
O Washable
772, MADISON, FLORIDA
69
I carried a bouquet of rubrum lilies ('
and champagne carnations tied with
89
--- -- -- I champagne satin. Limit one to a Customer ('
LEADING LADY IN IN ALL STAR BAND LOVELY BRIDE I

SUMMER PLAY I 1 I The bride chose Chantilly lace I Io..t'r SAM LAZARUS AND COMPANY Regular $100NEW
Five high school students from waltz'
bridal satin for her
5&10 McCRORY'SFREE
Miss Ruth Sims, of Cherry Lake,I !Madison participated in the Second length gown that featured a'I'' 108 North Ashley Street Do Your Trading With Us
Annual High School All-Star Marching molded bodice of lace with three-
who has been a summer school '
Band on the University of quarter tight fitting sleeves and
student at the University of Florida,
Florida campus Aug 2 6. sweetheart neckline. Lace and net
working toward a master's degree, The 132 piece band presented pre- emphasized the fullness of her
was the leading lady in the Summer game & half-time performances at bouffant skirt. Her fingertip veil of:
Hay, the Hus Stop given at illusion was attached to a crown
I the All-Star Football game Thurs-
the University Friday night. of seed pearls. She carried a
I i
Mrs J L> Sims, Mr and Mrs J L day.Madison participants were Allen I white Bible on which was poised: CAR RADIO '
Revels and Mrs Howard Coody a white orchid showered with
Beck, saxophone; Sara Taylor, horn; (!
went to Gainesville to attend the feathered carnations, English ivy With the Purchase of a New Deluxe
play. i Jackie Pepera, Clarinet; Tommy and picot satin. I 1959 ENGLISH FORD ICE CHIPPER
I'Pepera. snare drums; Nancy Hamil- Mrs Goodman, mother of the
i During the 1959 Valdosta Tobacco Market
ton, bells. bride, wore a street length dressof I Twist Tray $100 Value
-- pink polished cotton and hand 51599
Eagle's Double Bonus I Mr and Mrs Nat Norfleet spent clipped lace. Her accessories were
last weekend in Atlanta, where white, and her corsage was an Guaranteed for 30,000 miles: against all .mechanical ForSORRELLS 39,
orchid and lace carnations.Mrs failures
Sale Continues Thru they made plans for residence
Matheny, mother of the
"there this fall when Mr Norfleet VICKERSLINCOLNMERCURY
chose avocado starched
bridegroom
This Week End. I I enters the Southern College of linen for her street length dress, SALES & MARTIN,

.
Pharmacy.WHERE'S white accessories and of
pink carnations. corsage I 1016 North Ashley Street Phone CH 2-5585 110 W. Hill Avenue CH ? 91.

1 D : s After a luncheon given by thepride's _,_ __ _- __ ... _- __ .e
parents immediately after

Yom. the ceremony, Mr and Mrs Mathenyleft Jumbo PortableHAMMOCK SPECIAL PURCHASE GENUINE ""p,
t
a (
s on a wedding trip to the Blue
Ridge Mountains. The bride wore ITALIAN SANDAL
for traveling jacket dress of pink
a 80" Long. Perfect for indoor or Outdoor Use. Steel
erglaze cotton. with black acssories Multi-Colored Leathe
spreader bars for extra strength. Just take apart for
c(- and the orchid from her Regular $995
I' bridal bouquet.I easy handling. Adjusts for use as chaise lounge, cot
is ofand or bed. Pillow for added comfort. Regular $24.95
Matheny a graduate
: I I'I G.-eenville High School, Value. (tnl..". 5 Hto
I'sonville.Massey Business College in Jack- 812.95

The bridegroom was graduated Nobody But Nobody Undersells

THE I from Madison High School and is SOUTHERN ELECTRIC '
1 BEST PLACE TO now serving with the U S Navy LADIES SHOES .
BUY A USED CAR? I 206 N. Patterson St. Acres .
kit and will report for duty Aug. 10 1 117 West Central Avenue CH 2-3110
AT YOUR at Norfolk, Va. _
: '+ '. a FORD DEALERS-1.flS _!!)d __ __ H_ _
'; a A/ USED CARS
MrsV P of Americus. GET THE BEST DEAL FAMOUS HOBNAIL SI
gi r' GIVE you A NEW Knight
KIND OP PROTECTION* Ga spent several days here thE
NEW 1959 CHEVROLET Lint free, machine wash, <-c .>f
+ + WHEN you BUY past week and attended a reunionof
colored or white, full we
the Knight family in Starkt
MAN IN THE RED HAT Compare at $3 50BELKHUDSON
Sunday.
*Every A-l Used Car is inspected reconditioned if necessary -
and road-tested. And they're warranted in writing -x- ROGER BUDD 2 For 55.
by the exclusive new Performance Protection Policy! See Miss Helen Rowell left Sunday I
cars with the A-l sticker at your Ford Dealer's Used Car for Spartanburg, S C for severa"
Shopping Center.FORD. weeks' visit with her sister Mrs CHEVROLET COMPANY CO

Bates Scoggins while Mr Scogginsof I
Valdosta, Georgia Fourth Floor
the Air Force Reserves is in

DEALER camp in New Jersey.x .

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Guests of Mrs R L Millinor JTPAYSTOSI

: USED CARS arriving Saturday for a week's i

visit are Mr and Mrs Richard

Canfield and Mr and Mrs William

INSPECTED RECONDITIONED ROAD-TESTED: WARRANTED Webber of Miami.









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A MAW THAT

jrb&itfen HIS WIFE You can't disguise the
I
j ofal&_ tN A FOR ,

-- I I fact thatve have
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--W.- B. Davis, Jr. \ AUCTION SALE everything fine in the


REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE FARMS: '! Sat., Aug. 8, 10 a. m. i Auto Parts line. Have
ACREAGE
I at
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL I L. F. TERRY'S PLACE

ESTATES RESIDENTIAL i 2 mi. E. of Pinetta, Fla. x your repaIrman come
APPRAISALSMORTGAGE
LOANS-ABSTRACTS OF TITLE!Two kerosene and one electric in and see-he will
TITLE INSURANCE I refrigerators.
112 West Base Street r Four Tamworth Sows.
MADISON, FLORIDA ''Two stock boars. agree.

Phone HU 3-6277 ,Twenty-five boars and gilts. _

BROADUS WILLOUGHHY i Three feeders and two waterers.

Farrowing pen shelter.
REALTOR -
Phone office. HU 3-6481 Thirty-horsepower A-C power unit.
Phone. residence. HU 3-6481 Fifteen horsepower Fairbanks
MADISON. FLORIDA Morse power unit.
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom Cherry Corn sheller.

Lake house reasonable down pay-'t Peanut sheller. AUTO PARTS, Inc
mcnt; also 3-bedroom house in "
Madison. $2500: down. (Grits mill. Autof Truck"a"ci'Farm Tractor Parts

!New 3-bedroom FHA house, $400;,Stock scales. I : __ iA(ACHINCSHp: RyCE> : _, _
down. I A-C "B" tractor with equipment. j I :MADISON,FLA, 'Phone.JtU 3-2221
10 lots for colored. Tobacco stick mill; all equipmentin T
$10 down $10 per month. I good condition. PH. pn) :J-3JM.: ; : ; <..1\t IT'IJA... PH 4401

FOR SALE: Hay peas. High gemii I -For your grinding and mixing --_
i \(>t"ing satis l>i" and :\11"A F Harrison and
nation. HUGH GIBSON, phone on your farm, call WEST
HU 3-6893. 48-3t-cI illness after I I( daughters Betsy and Fran havereturned
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from
a vacation spent at
FOR SALE: Singer feather-light Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971!) : I Vogel State Park in North Georgia.
Portable with case and button-I
collect.IjQHNW.WADSWORTH --
.
hole attachment. $73.00 cash. I I I I

Mrs Don Loper. phone HU 3-2333. Eagle's I
Madison. 49-lt-pc I VISIT


BEFORE SELLING your timber i Registered Surveyor Sale I The Music BoxAT
or timber land please see me. We I

are also interested in buying a Phone HU 3-2372 This Week i
limited amount of pine-hard\voo 3 MADISON FLORIDA
214 Screven SL
pulpwood delivered by truck to
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars I LUNCHEON FOR VISITORS QUITMAN GEORGIA
Phone 6601
See, write or call

L. P. GIBSON Miss Ethel Rowe was hostess ata ON General Electric Television
Rt3. Madison Florida
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 luncheon Thursday at Hotel TALLAHASSEE Phonograph Records
Madison: private dining room for
FOR SALE: Cow peas germination the out-of-town guests here for containing the I Hi-Fidelity & StereophonicSound
90 per cent and above. HOWARD" Florida State
the wedding of her nephew, Ran-
HUGHEY. 43tfchFOR with the
I dell II Rowe Jr. and Miss Carolyn highest T-V and RADIO REPAIRS
SALEREASABLE: Home Mugge. Places were laid for for the spring claas.'T
All Work Guaranteed
and adjoining Lots classified as; fourteen guests. Centering the nounced today.

Business Lots, in Lee Fla. Good I table was an arrangement of yellow MADISON

location, near churches, and school. and white mums and gladioli.A Greenville ...
Beautiful lawn; bearing pecan and
three course menu was served.
fruit trees. Electrically equippedwith
Out-of-town guests included Mr .
both hot and cold water.
I and Mrs Paul Johnston, of Atlanta roominess
Gas heat. If interested, see me
at my home in Lee, Fla. Mrs Edward English and son Manufacturers Asso
E TURLINGTON P O l\IRS.1 Stuart of Asheville N C, and Dr records carry the facts on

Lee Fla. ___ ---1- William Rowe of Fort BenningGa. In a Chevy sedan, for example,
Other guests included the got more front seat head
HOUSE FOR RENT. C T McYVILLJAMS. -:,
Phone HU 3-6275 or I bride-groom elect. Randell H Rowe [ than all but one of the high-

HU 3-6332, Madison. 49-tf-ch I Ii Jr. Judge and Mrs R H Rowe, cars! And Chevy's front
i T J Beggs III. Mr and Mrs T JBess hip room spreads up to 5.9

HELP _WANTED i i Jr and Mr and Mrs Ashley wider than comparable cars.

Beggs.
ATTENTION MEN: Serve con-;I. v
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<; :-mere with Rawleigh Products in;
Madison Must have desire
County. Mr and Mrs E E Hadden accompanied -
to earn $100 per week and up. Seer I
Mrs Hadden's mother, !
E HO\VE, 914 White St., Live' bigger
Mrs Shaw had .been
( ''uk or write Rawleigh's Dept. I J D who hlh .4
FAH-140-216E Memphis, Tenn. I visiting;: them for two weeks, to savings
48, 50 52. 1, 3 pd! Cordfle. Ga Sunday where she
I I will visit another dauhter; Mrs solid proof that Chevrolet
ANTED! : Two short order cooks
R D Harris Mrs Shaw was honored more miles out of a gallon:
and two girls or boys to work i the famous
Mobilgas Economy
in ice cream room. HILLCREST I there Sunday by a birthday dinner
two Chevrolet sixes with
DAIRY BAR. See John Waring! attended by other members of her
took the first two places
or Call IRS 3-6146. 47-lt-ch I family.
--- their class. Winning mileage:
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WASTED: Reliable boy for Val-I, -x- .38 m.p.g. And that, friends,

d)sta Times paper route in Madi Mr and Mrs Robert RoweD of top honors for Chevy from
Please write LEON SPENCER full-sized car!
son. Orlando, were guests here the past

., Valdosta Times, Valdosta week of Mr and Mrs P K RowclL ;;

Ga. 4S-2t-pd I I II Mrs Rowell spent the week whileMr
Rowell attended a work school
WANTED: Paint jobs. Experienced '
Work guaranteed to please. I st Panama City. Mrs Rowell wentto
PETE SUGGS, Ph. IIU 3-6313' Macon Sunday for a visit with
37-3t-pd II Mrs Paul Rowell while Mr Rowellis (w

attending Army camp: at Fort

'Wanted: Benning. Ga. ,

2 Curb Girls -x-
Waitress Mr and Mrs Charles Campbell

1 Ni-rht Cook and son Scott have returned to trade-in

White Top Drive-In their home in Kissimmee after ..
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spending the summer- here with Mr Guide Books prove
Chevrolet will
U n and Mrs E E Hadden while Mr your keep its
J. D. ScruggsFORFSTER I Campbell attended FSU working Chevy used car prices last

I toward: an Administrative Degree. for example, averaged up to
higher than comparable models
I directed the Methodist
Mrs Campbell
the other two cars in Chevrolet's
REGISTERED SURVEYOR i Church choir while here. .

Ph. HIT 36186MADISON' Automobile Dealers
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HOME REPAIRING

FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm ROOFING ADDITIONS SIDING PORCHES, NEW AND Auocialicm.mz

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Timber Ranch Loans GARAGESFree
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THE REPRESENTATIVE AT Down Payment up to 5 See how much more Chevy has to offer-visit your local authorized Chevrolet dealer

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411 E. Savannah Ave.
SELL your cattle and hogs In our Phone CH 2-8081
auction each Monday. Sales start at
VALDOSTA GA.
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sanctuary of Madison Stock Yards ; "Too Late To Classify I Rykard I

created havoc along a section of !i --- __
Of Bob YatesMiss
serene Range street Tuesday.
i FOR SALE: Portable Pulpwood
According to Carroll Blalock, Jr,
I j Loader. Reasonable. J L LOPER.
who was strolling along the avenue i I JR., Greenville, Fla. 49-lt-pd Mary Ann Rykard, daughter -
from the postoffice to the Mi-own 1 of Mr and Mrs George F MADISON DRUG STORE

corner, he looked up and saw the FOR RENT: To permanent couple, Rvkard, of Madison, and Bob Yates,

fvild and mean-looking cow', charging -I! furnished downstairs apartment; of Bartow, were wed in a pretty

north on the sidewalk between private bath and shower. Outside ceremony, at 12:00 noon, Sunday,
. 'I entrance. Available soon. MRS M August 2, in the Rocky Springs
Winn-Dixie and Mi-Own. Pedestrians L WALKER Phone HU 3-6243, Methodist church. The pastor, the announces appointment of
ducked in stores and between
115 W Dade St. 49-lt-ch Rev C B Davis officiated. Music

autos shouting and yelling. Carroll FOR RENT: 5-room apartment next was, offered by W W Whitlock,
also moved aside to make room for to Madison organist, and Mr and Mrs Joe
High School. W
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the stray animal. COPELAND SR. Holmes, vocalists, both of Leesburg.Mrs .
49-lt-ch
Latest report at press time Holmes sang Because The RICHARD C. BROCKMANREGISTERED

Thursday was that the cow had not ARMSTRONG DISCUSSES TAX Lord's Prayer and Wedding

been caught. ASSESSMENTS AT ROTARY Prayer and in duet with Mr Holmes,
MEETINGTax "I Love You Truly." PHARMACIST


Eagle's Double Bonus was guest Assessor speaker A at H the Armstrong Rotary I candelabra Altar white decorations gladioli and were mums basketsof and ; AS

holding white tapers
Club meeting Wednesday, and discussed against a background of .

Sale Continues Thru the method of assessing Yates is the son of greenery.Mr Mr and MANAGER OF PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT

taxes here. He listed a number of Mrs R P Yates, of Woodland, Ala.

This Week End.NUMERAL I factors taken into consideration in Mr Paul Yates of Auburn, Ala.,
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placing valuations, such as location, was,his brother's best man.Miss
------- Sylvia Ann Warren of
likely financial return from the .
KITS property, physical value, etc. He Wauchula.was. maid-of-honor. :Miss
Annette Sweat of Jacksonville,
said that he tried to follow
Local Jaycees have obtained a cousin of the bride, was junior .
commonsense valuation course, Prescriptions Called for and Delivered
numeral kits to assist boat owners bridesmaid. Flower girls were
without regard to what he termed
to comply with the boat registrationlaw. Cynthia Sweat, of Jacksonville
They can be picked up at i inflated values and that he and and Rachel Ann Hughey, of Madi-

the Tax Collector's office. I other assessors tried to protect the son, cousins of the bride. I .
I homestead exemption. lie reported The maid-of-honor wore Nile :

that Madison County's tax roll was green silk organza, and the junior
WHISKEY CHARGES' _.
much less than that of neighboring j bridesmaid wore pink organdy.
Suwannee and Taylor counties.It Both carried bouquets of pink STORE PHONE: HU 32'h1RESIDENCE
Pete Suggs was arrested Wednesday mums and tulle. The flower girls
by state and local officerson was announced that Realer wore identical dresses of pink

a charge of possession and sale Hudson had been selected for the organdy and carried pink tulle

of bonded whiskey in a dry county. Rotary scholarship at North Flori- baskets.
PHONE
Liberia Waters was arrested on da Junior College. The bride chose a gown of brocade : HU 36864TOBACCO

a similar charge, and Samuel Nokie Bobby Crawford and Robert nylon taffeta fashioned on

Thomas was arrested on a sale Andrews were visitors. Princess lines with V shaped neck-

charge. Thomas' bond was set at line edged with seed pearl em-

$'50. .,.. #at ATTEND FAMILY broidery. A bandeau of pearls held
REUNIONMr
her fingertip veil of illusion I
and Mrs C T McWilliams
Howorton Supply Company's truck nPnt C.I.'U' ;... T _'._ _.':lI_ _.. scattered with seed pearls. She
-'r'J U& "<1 UVUle a- carried of white butter- .
loaded with lumber, had an accidenton a bouquet
U S 53 on Monday about 1'z tending a reunion of the Stanley fly orchids and stephanotis.Mrs MARKETS BRIDE-ELECT FETED -
miles above Nankin. Lumber was family. C T McWilliams Jr of Rykard chose for her daugh- NEARING CLOSE CHERRY LAKE NEWS

scattered all over the road and the Tampa, joined them here and accompanied ter's wedding a dress of powder Most of the tobacco on the Miss Hazel Agnes Young who

truck damaged considerably but the them. The family gath- blue acetate and cotton brocade, various markets in the Georgia- will become the bride of Lamar Mr and Mrs Richard Shacklefordand
driver was unhurt. Georgia officers ered at the home white accessories, and corsage of Florida belt son Dick have
of Mr and Mrs has been sold and the Jengins at1 m returned from
p Sunday,
were in charge of the i investigation.MRS pink and white mums. August overseas
where he
Joe P .Smith was stationed
for markets will close within
dinner the
a and day next 16, in the First Baptist Church
Mrs Yates the bridegroom'smother with the U
--- ----- S Armed Forces for
of fellowship. few days. The Madison
PITTS PASSES wore Navy sheer matching market will Madison was the inspiration: for several years. They are visiting his
accessories and corsage of pink close after next Tuesday, with a several lovely parties recently. parents Mr and Mrs F R Shackle-'

Mrs Savannah Pitts, age 60, anti white mums.Following total estimated sale of around Miss Gail Coffee entertained ford and other relatives.

passed away Sunday at De Funiak Spanish and Music HeadRobert I the ceremony the 1,800,000 pounds. If the tobacco with a miscellaneous shower Satur- Mrs R L Prine and son Rip, left

Springs after an extended illness. bride's parents entertained with a had not been so light-weight as a day morning at her home. Invited Monday for Knoxville Tenn. for a
A Kennedy will head I luncheon for the bridal party, fami- visit with her father
the Mr LouisL
,
Mrs Pitts was ,the sister of Mr result of the rains, the poundage were fifteen guests including Mrs
Department of Music and Spanishat I lies and out-of-town wedding guests. Von Tilley. After several days
John Mickler of would have gone well over two George
Lee and aunt of Young, mother of the bride-
North Florida Junior Collegethe Rooms open to guests were deco- they will fly to New York and visit
Mrs Cleveland Driggers of Madi- coming semester. He rated with white gladioli and Philip- million. As it is, however, the sale to-be, and Mrs ChesterJenkins moth.. her daughter, Miss Mary Ned Prime

from Tallahassee comes I pine lilies. Mrs T C McNally cut here this year is a half-million er of the prospective bridegroom. The who is employed there, and also
son.Funeral services were held Monday where he has the brde's cake and Mrs Thomas pounds more than that of last year. honoree received many beautifuland tour Washington and other placesof
been working
Aug 3rd at the Assembly of on his doctorate Grice of Jacksonville kept the The High Springs market will useful gifts. Refreshments were interest.

God church in De Funiak Springs degree at Florida State University guest book. Assisting were Miss close after this Friday's sale and served. KENNETH ALDEN SINGLETARYThe

with interment there. Attendingthe 1960. He received his AB degret at Bf'nnieVilder, Mrs Howard Hughey, Valdosta closes next Wednesday.The MRS HARRELL AND baby boy born to Mr and

funeral were Mr and Mrs Willsaps College, his Bs degree from Mrs Mary McLeod, of Monticello, Madison market sold 106.608 MRS WILSON HOSTESSESMrs Mrs Kenneth Singletary on July

Cleveland Driggers of Madison, Mr the University of Alabama, and Mas.ter's Mrs W C Sweat, of Jacksonville, pounds at an average price of T W Harrell's home was the 16th has been named Kenneth Alden
degree in music from Peabody and Mrs Frank Rykard. Singletary He is the grandson of
and Mrs John Mickler of Lee, Mrs 57.00c Monday. 135,466 pounds tan setting Friday night for the mis-
College. He has had nine years experience After spending some time with Mrs Nelle Singletary of Cherry
James Williams of Jacksonvilleand in teaching.Mr their guests Mr and Mrs Yates left average price of 58.58c Tuesday, cellaneous shower complimentingMiss Lake

Mrs Jimmy Abbott of Perry. and Mrs Kennedy and two on a wedding trip to the mountainsof and a little over a hundred thou Hazel Young. Hostess with YOUTH SOCIAL

children ages 8 and 6 years, have Tennessee. sand pounds Wednesay. Mrs Harrell was Mrs John Wilson. Baptist young people were honored

Commissioners' arrived and will reside corner of Mrs Yates wore for traveling an Madison's average price Tuesday Thirty guests were invited. with a social at the home of Mr and

County Orange and Sumter streets. They ice blue jacketed sheath dress and topped that of all other Florida Summer garden flowers were Mrs Rudolph Sapp with 30 present t
I white accessories. will residein and sponsored Mr and Mrs
by
are affiliated with the Methodist They markets for the day except Jasper used to decorate the rooms. Re- Sapp
Proceedings ** Church. Bartow after August 15. which.had a 58.98 average. freshments of sandwiches, small and Mr and Mrs Geo Burnett Jr I
Out-of-town wedding guests in- on Tuesday night. \
.... cluded Mr and Mrs W G Akins of Through Tuesday's sales the cakes and cold drinks were served. The young folks enjoyed a Peanut '

MADISON FLORIDA *J THE PROBLEM WORLDE Bartow, Mrs J B Cooksey of La- Waycross market was showing the The honoree received'many beautiful Boiling and delicious lemonade and 1"

August 5, 1959 B Browning, of Tallahassee mont, Mr and Mrs Paul Yates, and highest average price for the belt. gifts. Her gift from the hostesses cake, and a number of games.

The Board of County Commis- spoke at the First Methodist, children Marion and Kay of Auburn at 62.47c while the big Statesboro, was silver in her pattern. Mr Jim Sale had the misfortuneto

sioners met this day in regular Church Sunday morning, and Lay- Ala., W M Bishop and son market was leading in poundage' FETED IN LIVE OAK mash his thumb while trying to

session. The Chairman, Hon D W man Fred Mickler conducted the Clayton of Pennsylvania, Mr and with 7,698,032 pounds sold. Doug- Miss Young, popular bride-elect, repair a pump, on Wednesday. He

Chason, called the meeting to order. rituals, and introduced the speaker.St Mrs Joe E Yates and family las was close behind with 7.45,507 was complimented by three Live was reported getting along nicely.
All members The Ala., Mr and Mrs W
were
Birmingham,
present. John Chapter 1 was the background pounds sold.DISTINGUSHED. Oak hostesses, Mrs Perry Lashley, I
meeting was opened with a prayer used C Sweat and daughters, Annette and CHILDREN'S EXAMINATION
by the speaker for
an Miss Betty Lou Jenkins and Mrs
by Hon Wilbur G Rutherford. The analysis of his Cynthia, and Mr and Mrs Thomas _
This
topic Problem
following business was transacted: World, in which we ourselves become Grice of Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs MILITARY James Bell Saturday evening. The I
I Dr Marshall Hamilton President in of John Yates and family and Mrs L STUDENT lovely party a; miscellaneous Parents of children enteringschool
a part hopes finding
.x>! NFJC, Mr Van II Priest, and solution to our own problems, he a P Yates Woodland, Ala., Miss Curtis D Earp, Jr son of Judge shower, was given at Mrs Lashley's in the first grade are reminded I
3Ir L L McMullen asked the Boardto said. Sylvia Ann Warren, of Wauchula. home. that the children should be
and Mrs Curtis D Earp of Green
recommend to the State Agri- I Continuing, he said, the issues of Mr and Mrs :M A Bishop Miss ville was designated as a Distin r Summer flowers were used to examined by the family physician ,
cultural Marketing Board that the life are determined by how we Ethel Bishop Monticello, Mrs W M decorate the rooms where forty before school starts. A school health I
Marketing Board grant the State Baxter of Bradenton, Rev and Mrs guished Military student upon com- I
meet these problems-"But as manyas guests were entertained. Included i J record will be started at the time !
Read Department an easement for O J Steverson' M Janis Weisz, Mr pletion of Army Reserve Officer
received him. to them gave he the guests were Mrs George i j''of the examination. Remember, the !
Fort among
G
paving purposes on a sLxtfivefoot and Mrs T L Sowell of Tallahassee, Corps camp at Benning, a.
power to become the sons of God M C the six weeks Cadet Young, of Madison mother of the i Doctors are busy people so don'twait
strip of land on the north John 1-12, and by accepting this Mrs Fay Barber Mr and Mrs During period I ;
Leslie of Atlanta Mr and Mrs Joe honoree( and Mrs Chester Jenk'-os. until the last minute.
-side of the Madison County Agricultural promise, we may "nave life and Earp was a permanent member of I
Center property. This pro- have it more abundantly". The Holmes Mr and Mrs (;eg. R Swartz the camp Brigade Color Guard.A I of Live Oak mother of the prospective -i Vaccinations and Immunizations
is in connection with and Richard of Leesburg. Refreshments j 'should also be completed, if possible -
posed paving greatest of all opportunities for an Senior at Florida State University bride-groom. !j'
the North Florida Junior College abundant life in this Problem I. Earp is Capt. of Scabbard I of sandwiches, cookies chips and prior -to the beginning of the

;Faring program. The Board agreed World, the speaker concluded, is Mr and Mrs Julian Bentley spent and Blade Military Society and iced drinks were served. school year.

vHh{ this delegation: to delete the to meet its problems with faith and the week end in Jacksonville with+I I will be com is;.oned a Second The honoree received many nice

proposed parking area that was tote hope, face 'to face wiLl the Master. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr Lt graduation. gifts. .
located on the agricultural center upon The Fire Department was calledat
and Mrs Leslie Buie, and at Keuka
property, and to relocate this with Mrs Bentleys father Mr J D 11:30 a. m. Wednesday to a
parking area on the property owned Mrs W B Davis Jr and daughter PLAYS WITH COLLEGE BAND Mrs A E .Fraleigh, Mrs J G house on South Parramore street

by the North Florida Junior College. Florida. Mrs Frankie Frohock and 'Burnett. Larry McWilliams is spendingthis Ashley Mr and Mrs A G Paul Jr belonging to Mrs J E Hardee,

The Board agreed to recommend Mrs Eloise Reams, of Greenville, -x- week in Raymond, Miss., visiting I and son, Alexander of Lake City, where smoke was emitting from a
that the State Agricultural Market- Mrs Carol Joyner and son. Glenn Tommy Morse, Pinetta, is'one at Hinds Junior College. He .' and Mr and Mrs' R S Williams III, faulty kitchen flue into an apart-

ing Board grant the paving easement of Jacksonville, and Mr and Mrs of 28 students completing a summer accompanied the College Band to of Ocala, will leave< here Saturday ment occupied by Chattie Mitchell.

for a sixty-five foot strip as Jim Replqgle of Oak Ridge Tenn., session with the University of Florida Jackson, Miss., where they will play : for a several weeks' vacation in Damage was confined to smoke.

requested. spent last week at Panama City School of Forestry. I for the All-Star football gzane?' the North Carolina: mountains. They J

Beach. today Friday Aug. 7. Larry playsa will spend some time at Highlands Ra&atorUeamngAutomotive and

I Cleaning and -x- BIG 17 CD. FT. WIZARD I trumpet. He will attend Hinds and ga: from there to Asheville.Mr I
Junior College this semester.
J P Morrow"Jr. with the U S Sr who had General
Walker
aGeneral Dan ,
Automotive Marines, was in Barcelona, Spain mm FREEZERs '
Mrs
mother 1L
when last heard from, J P writes Mr and Mrs J P Morrow spent been visiting his ,
the week end in Tallahassee visiting Walker and Mrs P J Parramore
Repairs
much of historic
that he< is seeing
Mediterranean $259.99Western Mr and Mrs George West left for his home in Tampa, last
Repairs the
interest in
moreland and week. Dan Walker Jr, who had
family and their new
He writes
the Holy Land. appreciatively -
and
Store grandson, Ralph Morrow Westmore been visiting Francis Williams returned MCWILLIAMS GARAGEJ
of the newsygossipysheet Auto
McV/ILLIAMS/ GARAGE | the E-R. i land. to Tampa with his father.

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still Wednesday Ephesians 6' 1-7 ,
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SLIMS OR REGULARS SILVER DOLLAR i MAKE APPLICATION FOR ,. delicious Super Sue Ice Cream!
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FINAL DISCHARGE Good bodybuildingboil for
Sizes Trade $50.00 get TWO I'' (Probate Law 1933) Paint Company growing joungslers. Buy today.Pkk .
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$2 Trade THREE
6 to 16 r. $75.00 get IN COURT OF TIlE COUNTY
Trade $100.00 get FOURld'n's JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY, Store Front Designing
c-.cups,pi 1s.fuh'h .
STATE OF FLORIDA.In and Installation .yolloa.

Red Fox Brand Wash andBOY'S SPORT SHIRTS re the Estate of R S Williams, GLASS for EVERY PURPOSEADS

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I have filed my final report as in this size type begin as lov from your dealer's{ Super Sue Treasure Chest
$3.98 Pr. Executrix of the estate of R S as $1.00.

BUY YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLY! Williams, Jr, deceased; that I have
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and that I will apply to the
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G Honorable Curtis D Earp, County
Judge of Madison County, Florida,
FULL
DOUBLE BED SIZES!
on the 29th day of August, 1959, for
COLORS: Pink approval of same and for final discharge -
Blue $1.88 each as Executrix of the estateof

:Maize R S Williams, Jr., deceased, on
this 17th of 1959.
day July
PILLOW CASES TO MATCH 55c each, 2 for $1.00
ALICE CANTEY WILLIAMS,
k Executrix of the estate of R S

l NOTICE TO CREDITORS 47-4t-ch Williams, Jr, deceased. Sale of All Fabrics

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-NOWOPEN- IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I NO PLACE LIKE HOME -
JUDGE MADISON COUNTY FLO- FOR ACCIDENTSBe printed and 80 SQUARE PRINTS ARNEL AND COTTON
RIDA, IN PROBATE.In RiPE CHECK AND SOLIDS
Little Benny's re: Estate of James N Tuten.i it ever so humble, there's no PLISSE
Deceased. place like home-despite the acci- 39c 69c to $1.00 Value
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER- dent statistics.The 3yds. $1.00
Grocery SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -I statistics might make you Values to sscDrip CHAMBRAYSPRESHRUNK
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: wonder about "home, sweet home." Dry

4% MILES E. OF PINETTA You and each of you are hereby 1. Home accidents kill more chil- ALL LINEN REDUCED
notified and required to present dren 1-4 years of age than any dis COTTONS
at the Crossroads I
any claims and demands which you, ease. Only 49c
BUTCHER LINEN AND PURE
LITTLE BENNY COX, MGR. or either of you, may have against 2. Home falls take 12,000 lives 69c to $1.00 __
IRISH LINENS AND IRISH
AND
the estate of James N. Tuten, deceased a >ear. I
-- :- --- .: --- ---' -- late of said County, to the I 3. Home fires and other burns Only49cCORDUROY RAYON BLENDS COTTON SATINALL
County Judge of Madison County, I take the lives of 5,500 persons annually -
Florida, at his office in the court PLAY CLOTH MATERIAL 9& and $1.19
IJTJTJTJTJLJTnJTJTJTJLTLrCrankshaft house of said County at Madison, 4. Accidental poisoning in the REDUCED
In Solids and Prints
I Florida, within eight calendar home claims 1,000 victims a year. SAIL CLOTH PRINTS & SOLIDS,
Brake I months from the time of the first "Home accidents," the National DENIM SOLID & STRIPES, 79 89cRegular
,. publication of this notice. Each Safety-Council reports, "kill 27,000 Solid and Prints PLAY CORD HOP SACKING C,

Drum and claim or demand shall be in writ- persons a year, and injure more
CylinderHead Ing, and shall state the place of than four million. ALL CURTAINS, DRAPES & ALL WOOLENS AND BLENDS COTTON LACES-NYLON LACES
residence and post office addressof "In view of these facts," the
DRAPING MATERIAL REDUCED REDUCED NETS, TULLE, ETC.
Grinding the claimant and shall be swornto Council said, "you may well be
by the claimant, his agent, or concerned with the safety of your
ACCESSORIES, McCALL & BUTTERICK PATTERNS
", General attorney, and any such claim or home.
Repairs demand not so filed shall be void. "But when you stop and con- SEE THE NEW FALL FABRICSDunn's
LILLIAN TUTEN, As adminis- sider the great number of hours
McWilliams GarageJUTJTJTJlJmnJlJTJlJTJl tratrix of the Estate of James N. spent in the home, the statistics
Tuten, deceased. are more understandable even if
First publication July 24th, 1959 I the danger is just as real." Fabric Store
47-4t-ch DL !. A hazard-free home, the Council !
said, results from practicing the

safe way of doing things. "You'll 109 EAST SCREVEN STREET
COMPLETE PEST CONTROLFREE soon do them automatically," it

predicted. PHONE 7651 QUITMAN, GA.
INSPECTION Here are some danger signals to'
watch out for in the home: ,
BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. 1. Water or grease on the kitchen

floor. I
2. An unlighted stair, or toys and
Q JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist boxes piled on stair steps. I

O 111 East Green St., 3. Oily rags or papers left in a''
corner of the basement. !
Phone 293JPERRY
0 4. Dull knives, which are dangerous -

FLORIDAWe because they force the user to
apply too much pressure, and because 1 ra a

exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and most people don't have the

Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc. proper respect for them.
5. Pots
on the stove the handles I
turned out for little hands to grab.'I
6. Ruboing alcohol, candy-coated I
laxatives, and aspirin left for small :
children to sample.Evinrude .

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Pinetta GaragePinetta invited. 43-3t-cfa Florida no travel added. Block or
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B. S. WARING & SON AgencyPhone All Summer Hats'E.. 'LOT

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IN FLORIDA.THE AND COUNTY FOR MADISON JUDGE'S COUNTY COURT,I I Attorney Madison for Florida Administrator I Croup Hartford FireInsurance Company- Z "ONE OF A STYLE &: COLOR" Shirts

First publication on August 7th.
In Re: Estates of James Claude
S959. l/2 Price
Strickland and Zudie Myrtice I 49-4t-ch Summer Dresses
Strickland, his wife. Both Deceased.I

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Wiring and Repair NAVACO Cool AWNINGS l/2 Price BathigSthtsValues


All creditors of the estates of Bryan Electric Co. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. to $25.00 $5 00
James Claude Strickland and Zudie I Iw ..; ..; ,, Sizes 5-15-8-20
Myrtice Strickland both deceased
are hereby notified and requiredto DiscontinuedClose

they file may any have claims against or demands said estatesin which out on all 1 Lot of Bras and

the office of the county judgeof
Madison County, Florida, in the Uniforms Girdles
courthouse at Madison. Florida, TIMBER WANTED!
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publicationof 1Off Off t
this Any pine timber for sale, regardless -
notice. Each claim demand
or -
of quantity; selective cutting or
must be in writing and must whole tracts. Please call ADEL
state post-office the place address or of residence the claimant and GEORGIA 7161 or or write 7501 COLLECT, -i: ALL SALES FINAL

and must be sworn to by the
claimant his agent or his attorney, -
or law.itill become void accordingto DEL-COOK TIMBER. CO. : ; laeueo

August 1. 1959. P. O. Box 499 .
W. J. STRICKLAND, Adminis- ADEL, GEORGIA
trator of the Estates of James OPEN THURSDAY AFTERNOONS -
Claude Strickland and Zudie Myr- .

Frank tace Strickland A Graham.Deceased Jr, x ." .. ... .- .' .: .-' CASTLE. PARK VALDOSTA. CA.'t
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See Us ForJYescriptions Your Building Supplies Madison Drug Store
Supermarket
Cosmetics, Sun- PHONE HU 3-661 MADISON ."YOUR REXALL STORE"
dries, Rollings-worth and
far
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Nunnally Candies Invites YauToSELLTO- ,
DRUGS.
Visit Our Soda Fountainfor _. ,
BACCO In Madison And SUNDRIES, COSMETICS .

Cold Drink or Coffee a Break TRADE IN;MADISON all ; CANDIES AND SODA FOUNTAIN
NEEDS
Roberts Drug StorePhone The.Year.SELL .
PHONE HU 3-2300 UadJttB.; F1& '
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STEAKS AND SEA FOOD
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T. (BILLY) COODY, MIr. 003100.E5__,rsd' .
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WEWELCOME .
ALL Racks of CHILDREN'S MATCHED SETS
LADIES DRESSES Shorts, Pedal Pushers Blouses
TOBACCO GROWERS
small sizes reduced to $1.88 each 98c each
SELL ON MADISON :MARKET
LADIES BLOUSE & JAMAICA
BUSINESSMEN SHEETS SETS $1.98 I
84 by 99 $1.98 each Capri Pants, Bermudas, Pedal {I
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE ENTERPRISE-RE ORDER, MADISON FLORIDA ,.
-" FRIDAY, AUG US"J."-lth, 1953IN

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TIlE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

FLORIDA.LAND FOR MADISON COUNTY- ReducedALL W." .r "BU Y \" THE YIELD IS BJ P

LAW NO. 23: I ..
MOBILE HOMES MUST .
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF 1959 .

FLORIDA Florida,,an and Agency of the Stateof GORepossessed I Pine TimberPuIpw! :d, Poles, Sawlogs VALDOSTA FEDERAL

MADISON COUNTY, a Political I ANNOUNCING-
Subdivision of the State: of Florida, ) T. M...HOWERTON; JR.S. I

Petitioners DUVAL.ST.. P$. HO.,3-6681 MADISON, FJJL
vs.THELMA 1958 45' 10' W 2-BR WITH : !PP
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WATTS Defendant. WASHER TIMBER PURCHASED IN BULK OR SELECTIVELYCUT

NOTICE OF RULE .NISI Buyer Can pick up payments .'
NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN :

PROCEEDING FORESTRY
: Used CONSULTANTS-TIMBER MARKETING
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
PROPERTIES
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDATO 1957 SKYLINE 29' x 8', 1-BR WITH w

ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- AIR-CONDITIONER $400.00 DOWN .4..t-I

CERN, AND to all persons and 1953 COLONIAL 30' x S'\ 1BR $250 WHAT WOULD YOU DO I by rolling up in a coat, rag Or- ; ;..
parties having or claiming anv DOWN IF FIRE STRUCK? blanket. Don't run-that only fans M
right, title, interest, estate mortgageor the flames.)
other lien to or in the parcel of Many Others to Choose from What would you do if fire struck "But best of all," the Council Anticipated dividend rate on insured
land hereinafter described and the your home or apartment tonight? emphasized, "prevent fires before savings payable December 31. 1959
following person together with all KELLER'SMOBILE What route would they get a chance to start."
escape EARN
you FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th FROM THE FIRST
unknown persons claiming by take? Suppose it was blocked- Check your home for such hazardsas
ugh or under known persons what then? : OFFICE HOURS -
who are dead or who not HOMES
are These are questions most people 1. Oily cleaning rags and paint
known to be dead or alive: think MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM
never to ask themselves, ac- rags.
Thelma E Watts, Route 1, Lamont, 1-MILE S. OF PERRY. FLA. cording to the National Safety Coun 2. Rubbish in the attic, basement, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON

Florida. ON 19-98, PHONE C004K cil. garage. SAVE BY MAIL AT
SECTION 35030-2105 STATE
ROAD 20 MADISON COUNTY "Yet your life and the life of 3. Fireplaces, chimneys, flues, The New .
DESCRIPTIONSSRD your loved ones," it said "may well furnaces that are dirty and in need
depend on how you have preparedin of repair.
NO. 43 RIGHT OF WAY Mr and Mrs George Warren and
for advance for fire, Ignorance and Other fire hazards to beware of:
That part of: three children left last Friday I
panic have cost thousands livesin 1. Smoking in bed.
Lot 11 Block "F" of the Townof their home at Miami Springs, after I
home fires. 2.
Leaving matches within the
Eridu according to plat recordedin spending some time at Ridgecrest
In case of a fire in your home, reach of children.
plat Book 1, Page "E" public Baptist Assembly in North Carolinaand
the Council said, should know 3. I
you : Burning trash and refuse in
the old home here.
records of Madison County Florida, at
& Loan Association
1. What escape route you will use. the open, instead of in a suitable Saving
lying southwesterly of and within
2. Who will help small children, incinerator. VALDOSTA GA.
134 feet of the survey line of State I 115 N. TOOMBS:: ,
oldsters or.. invalids in case of
Road 20, Section 35030-2105. said Your Frame CAN BEa ,
emergency. I The Friendly Association -- Big Enough to Serve You Small
survey line acing described as follows flattering accessory
3. How to" notify the fire depart- MIHHHBHBHHGOODYFAK Enough To Know You
: Hundreds to Choose From ment. i
Begin on the easterly extension: of TIRESJIM'S I
TRADE WHERE THEY ARE And when. (Get out of
everyone -- --- -
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tV south line of Block "C" of the
7own of Eridu, Florida, accordingto MADETwiggs the burning building first-then BAY STATION i and frames
Aluminum screens
plat recorded in Plat Book 1, i Optical Co. phone firemen.) i FOX GO-BOY CARTS
Page "E" of the public records of Valdosta Ga. CH 4.0534 4. What you should do if someone U. S. 90 EAST, MADISON cost less than wood. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. I
catches on fire. (Use water if I
Madison ,
Countv Florida, at a I
point 203.50( feet easterly from the it's handy, or smother the flames ..IIr. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.

southwest corner of Lot 1, of said
Block "C", run thence North 38
degrees OS" 28" West 3717.40 feet t f' # f
tt* the west line Section 17, Township -
2 South, Range 6 East at a.
point 323.75 feet north from the
southwest corner of NWU of said

Section 17, Containing (300 square
feet) 0.007 acres more or less.

OWNED TAKE BY NOTICE: Thelma that Watts a Declaration . .

of Taking has been filed in!
the above-styled causes by the petitioners -[
the acquiring authority of
these proceedings, of the takingof !

the above-described land, for I
the purpose set forth in the petitionin
this cause viz: As right of way IN- Y'
for a portion of State Road No.I

20 in Madison County, Florida, and I
that one of the Judges of the Cir- '
(nit Court in the Third Judicial !!
Circuit of Florida will, on the 3rd
II
day of August A. D., 1959 at 2:00P.
M. in Circuit Court Chambers in
Lafayette County Courthouse at
Mayo, Florida consider said Decla-
ration of Taking, appoint appraisers -
and make such order as the
Court: deems proper. All parties to
the suit and all parties interestedmay
appear and be heard at the
time and place designated.

Yt0u_ and each of you, are hereby
commanded to appear by filing an
answer to the petition heretofore I
filed in this cause in the entitled;
Court on or before the 28th day
cf August. A. D., 199; to show&at
right title interest, or liens ,
you, or any of you, hive in and
to the above-described land and SODA
ROYAL I
show cause why the same should PALM.
not be taken for the use and purpose -

feerein.WITNESS set. forth in the etition filed i

my hand and this Seal
Of said Court on this 22nd day of
July A. D., 1959.
DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk of the
Circuit Court of :Madison County,

Florida. (COURT SEAL) 12 FULL OUNCES

STEPHEN J JOHNSON, JR.. Attorney \ '

for petitioners Holland I' I
Building, State Road Department: I


Tallahassee Florida. 47-4t-ch \ ', e POPULAR I


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO .
MAKE APPLICATION FOR ,


FlfclAL DISCHARGE- : 0 FLAVORS

Probate; Law 1933)) : ,
1N COURT OF THE COUNTY -
JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY.
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STATE OF FLORIDA.In '

Harrison.re the Deceased.Estate of In Mrs Probate.TO Hattie. : :'. ORANGE GRAPE

ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. ,

CERN: (t 4;
Notice is hereby given thatA '
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B Zipperer filed his final report ; ;<: ROOT BEER

as administrator of the estateof > .
Mrs Hattie Harrison, deceased;

that he filed his petition for finaldischarge '
and that he will apply
ASK FOR ITYOUR
to the Honorable Curtis D Earp,
County Judge of Madison County. 'AT
FAVORITE DEALER
Florida, on the 18Ji day of August. '
1959 for approval of same and
for final discharge as Administrator -
of the estate of Mrs Hattie DISTRIBUTED BY

Harrison deceased on. this 22nd I I MADISON COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., MADISON, FLA.
day of July. 1959.A .
ZIPPERER.. Administrator \ .
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: I Too often it is: in-the smaller-communities. But it's also partly because many of us have

I'. Jibe ours. let ourselves get into the habit of spendingtoo

much of our money somewhere else.
,Why don't we have more job opportunities .

,and more business opportunities right here so Every dollar that we spend away from home j

that.I more of our sons and daughters can establish -,' !is a dollar less to circulate among us and to

their homes and be happy and pros- account for 2 or 3 or more dollars of added

perous here at home? trade volume as it moves from hand to. hand..

It's partly circumstance. Partly the natural Keeping more of this easily available trade

limitations of the economy of our area. Partly volume at home is one way by which we could

''because we haven't been quite aggressive or create and sustain more local opportunitiesfor

.. 'enterprising enough to build and grow more. our young people. And for ourselves.




THESE MADISON BUSINESSMEN ARE GENUINELY INTERESTED IN


THE FUTURE OF THIS COMMUNITY AND IN YOUR WELFARE


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/ GOOD USED WATCHES SAFETY TIPS FOR BABY '

New watches and bands fur that 'I

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a life-->our baby's!

MADISON I II II They cover subjects ranging I

j Q i I bars.fiom bab's bath to' biting crib I


They-re designed to help' wipe

1 out accidents--No. killer of persons
1-24 years of age.
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Baby's oath-always check water '
CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST' SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW CONSTRUCTIONNew temperature to 'I
prevent scalding.
: s a
CHURCHA CHURCHA M A F I
Watch out for
hot faucets. Never
preaching service every Sunday 7:30 A.tL Gospel Music and RemodelingHowerton leave
baby alone in the bath. For- I
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. preaching Service every Sunday I 7:55 News f! Supply Co. get the phone or the doorbell when

2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. morning1st 1 8:00 Baptist Hour I II jou're busy with baby. I
SCHOOL1st 8:30 Gospel Music
SUNDAY 10:00 i I I Tojs---choose them for
and 3rd Sundays a. m. safety.
and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m.1 9:30 9:00 Gospel Revival Concert Time ii i I : Give baby sturdy rattles, brightly

2nd and 4th .Sundays 11:00 a. m Sunday School every Sunday.1st 10:00 News i colored objects hung in view, large

Midweek Prayer Service 8:00 p. m. and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m.i 10:05 Sunday Serenade When buying soft colored balls and push-pull

Family Night covered dish 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. I. 10:45 Prelude to Worship IHfrft All i your to.sith rounded edges. Stuffed
supper on Friday night Family Night Covered Dish Supper 11:00 Morning Worship animals or oils make good toys for

before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. 2nd Friday night every month I 12:00 News RAVOB AGED E-R from Newsboys. baby, as long as they don't have

Methodist Men's Club meets alter- promptly at 7:00 p. m. 12:15 Afternoon Melodies hard button eyes that can be I

nately with Rocky Springs on Woman's Society of Christian Ser- 12:55 News 4 YEARSIN I Please DO NOT park in the j jI pulled the loose cnb-and-no pillow.swallowed.In Make. sure

Tuesday each month 1:00 Afternoon Melodies street and make your newsboy run I
4th vice meets on Monday night after I the bars are up and locked when
. 8:00 1:30 Afternoon MelodIes out into the street to make a sale. I
m. .
p. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. baby's in the crib, and that crib
1:40 Serenade In Blue i Kindly pull over to the curb.
at < 730 P. nv The Methodist Men's Club meets WOOD'i I. and window sills are coated with
1:55 News i Our newsboys have instructionsto
Woman's Society of Christian with Lake lead-free paint. Beware of thin
alternately Cherry on
Thursday after 2:00 Hour o: Decision STAY OUT of the streets, and I
Service meets plastic mattress covers.
the 4th each month at
Tuesday 2:30 :Musical Sunday we will appreciate your co-eperat- ,
1st Sunday monthlyat "When baby graduates from the
8:00 p. m. 2.55 News ing with us AND THEM for i I
7:30 p. m. crib to the floor, clear it of all
The Official Board meets each 3:00 Musical Sunday THEIR SAFETY Thank you very i
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.PH. i obstacles. Don't leave things around I
THOMAS SHURLES, ass't. Supt.C. month following the supper on 3:55 News much. i iI I j he can Ret hurt on," the Council

R. Davis. Pastor Family Night.P. 4:00 4:55 Hit News Parade 171. PERRY FLA. 1| advised. One of the main hazard: I
K. ROVVELL S. S. Supt. I Poisons-tots will taste anything,
5:00 Music A* Sundown !
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs W. W. CATTLEDGE Treas.C. STUDEBAKER REPORTS Brakes Relined i even poisons. Are any of these items
: 5:30 Headlines & Weather
: PROFITABLE BUSINESS
GREENVILLE FLA. B. DAVIS PASTOR 5:33 Off all potential killers within a
Sign j child's reach in jour home: aspirin,
PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO McWILLIAMS GARAGE'
Sunday School .....__... 10:00 A. M. LEE METHODIST CHURCH SOUTH BEND Ind.. July 23 iodine, perfume, nail polish remover,
CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE .
MlrninVorship ........ 11:00 A. M. A profitable second quarter built drain cleaners match heads, shoe

Papikt: Training Course 6-45 P. M. I Preaching Every Sunday.1st upon sales of its convenience- polish or kerosene":

Evening: Worship m..... 7:30 P. M. and 3rd Sundays Daily Program ScheduleWMAF sized Lark, resulted in net earn- I I "Many poisonous substances" the
7:30 P. MWATCQOV ings of Studeoaker-Packard Cor- Georgia Council emprasized. "have a delayed
Pravor Meeting Wed. _......... 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. / .
2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. poration of $12,073,281 in the first reaction and may not produce symptoms -
: : METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School Every 1230 ON YOUR DIAL six months of 1959. PLATE GLASSd for some time after they'reswallowed.

fVp,.,'hin ? Cervices every First 6:00 A.M. Sign On President Harold E Churchill I Don't wait for symptomsto
Sunday ..._.............._ 10:00 a. m.
and Thrd Sundav It-no A.M. Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. announced that sales amounted to compa Y develop--administer first tid and

and 7-10 P. It!. _.........................._........_ 6:00 p. m 6:25 World & State News 209,816,771 for the first half GLASS call a doctor. I
Sunday !Srhnol: every Sundav, ZEB WILLIAMS Pastor 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour year, up 197 per cent over sales of i Young children need constant protection
I
1030: A. M. BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt. 6:45 Rudy Hamrick 570,681,152 in the similar six GLASS BLOCK / ," it said. ""Parents must remove -

Family Night Saturday hofnrpFvrrv (Mon. Wed. Fri.) I months a year ago. MIRRORS the hazards from their child's't''t

second Sundav 4-00 P. M PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 6:55 World News I Sales in the second quarter of path and keep a sharp eye

REV C.t.. SAPPINGTON. Pastor 7:00 State News I I 1939 totalled $94,360,965 and earn- unexpected trouble." t
Preaching every Sunday 215 W. Savannah Ave.
7:05 Coffee With Ray ings $4,318,290.
ROPFWFT.T BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School ..._....... 10:00 A. M. 7:45 World News Sales of 1959 model passengercars Phone: CHERRY 2-5285 ADS in this size type begin{ as low

Fnndav School ............ 10-00 A. MMornintr Morning Worship __.... 11:00 A. M. 7:50( State News since introduction through Valdosta Georgia as $1.00. I

Worship ._____.. 11:00T.! Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 7:55 Weather News June 30 totalled 126,256 units, 124 -

r.apti"t Training Union G'30 P. it!. Evening Worship __ 8:00 P. M. 8:00 Coffee with Ray per cent greater than all of Stude-

Ihv'pnlnl:' Worship ............ 7-30: P. M! Prayer Meeting every 9:00: P Morning Devotions baker-Packard's passenger car I

Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M. 9:15 1.rlusical Interlude sales during the entire 1958 model

Brotherhood last Thursd W B SEALS S S SuperintendentJ 9:30 S Music Unlimited year. ATT

of each month At .m.... 7-30 P M. ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union 10:00 News "Studeb er's small, practicalcar NTION. I II

W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M 10:05 Music Unlimited the Lark, has been responsible .

Bvelpno Kelley Circle Director.ERNEST 10:30 Music Unlimited for the substantial gain in sales,"

3rd Thursdav ......_.. 2:30 P. M. GURR, Minister 11:00 Music Unlimited President Churchill observed. "A

V. L. STNGLF.TARY. <5. S. Copt 11:15 Public Service year ago its reception among buyerswas
WELCOME TO thinking of building anything-think to get
are
'A BERT KKLT.TSY. B T.U. Director 11:30 Record Session yet to be tested. The Lark is you
NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH
RF.V. LEWIS D. HUGHEN. Pastor 12:00 World News now an accepted product with the
Come Worship With Us
12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes auto buying public. Our dealers
WELCOME TO Sunday School 10:00 A. M. our prices on MAYOROC Blocks, Lumber, Roofing
12:30 Talk that
Of The Town report operating economy, ease
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
12:40 Uncle Ned of handling and interior roominess
S::'mdav School .........,.. 10:00 A. M Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 12:45 State News have been the biggest selling fea-
Jalousies and Windows Doors Nails
E'eningVorship 7:30 P. M. Shingles, Awning ,
Morninc Worship .._._ 11:00 A. M.! 12:50 Farm News tures of the Lark.
Mid-week Service 7:00 P.
Prayer .M.
Training: Union 6-30: P. M 1255 Weather News "While individual motorists are

............ Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M.
ttveninir Worship 7-30 P. M 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade the major purchasers. Lark fleetsare
Paints
......... W. M. U. 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. etc.
Praver Mp tint 7:30 P MTMrrh 1:55 News being operated by state, county
Jack Pickles S. S. Supt.
Business Meeting First 2:00 Tune and cab
Gospel muncipal governments
Royce Tuten B. T. U. Director
Wednesday night of each month 2:30 Public Service companies and rental car agencies."
Bf> h.rhood AM W. M. IT. Second REV. N. M. ROWELL, Pastor 2:45: Afternoon Melodies Truck sales showed a strong up- IT COSTS NO MORE TO BUY THE BEST

Thursday night of each month. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 255 World & State News turn in the first six months, an

Prenchine F,rvire Fverv undav CHURCH 3:00 Afternoon Melodies increase of 33.8 per cent over the

fY m. Wnr thjn With T1'c;. 3:45 Public Service first half of 1958.:

REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor 4:00 News MAYO
Preaching Services every Sunday

I PE BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Service 11:00 A. !L 4:05 4:55: Request World &Parade State News BIG 17 CU. FT. WIZARD

REV. I. T. CARTER. Pastor Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 5:00 Request Parade
5>rv>r ovenr Sunday. Sunday School every Sunday at
i:45 Sports
Snndav School ....?._. jo'00 a. m 10:00 A. M. 6:00 Highlights HOME FREEZER
'Morninc; Worship ....._ 1 1M a. mTraining BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. 6:15 World News LIME PRODUCTS CO. Inc. .
Twilight Tunes ,
1"'nine *T.,\,\ *> mP'.ening Prayer Meeting every Wednesday
' Worshin P-nn o: m at 8:00 P. M.Brotherhood. 6:55 News $259.99Western
7:00 Sign Off
Pr""P1' Meeting:: Wed. .... 7::\(> P. m first Thursday every
PROGRAMS SUBJECT
L. O. S. SERVICE month Everybody,at 7:30 Welcome.P. M. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICECONSTRUCTION TO Auto StoreNOTICE Phone SWif 4-3131 Mayo, Florida

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF REV. J. R. COLLINS, Pastor.

LATTER DAY SAINTS TO CREDITORS
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST FLORIDA STATUTESIN Il0 O . . . . . '

Sundav School ............ 10-00 a. m.Ca"am.nt 701 South Range New and Remodeling THE COURT OF THE COUNTY .

Meetinp. ... .... 11 .no.r m. Bible Study __ 10:00.-. Howerton Supply Co. JUDGE. MADISON COUNTY One Great Team
Lord's
n.-up S.Cfetv.and Priesthood Time Supper and FLORIDA IN PROBATE.In .

and plats as announced at SacraALL Edification -- 11:00 A. M. re: Estate of Emma B Koon.

rn'nt 1f -tinl Bible Study ___ 7:00 P. M. Crankshaft Deceased.TO : Amoco White Gas & Super Permalube Oil :

: SERVICES: AT AMERICAN Preaching 7:30 P. M.Ladies' Bra k e ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS -
,
LEGION HALL Class Thursdays HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS .

T* R ('ARnYT Branch Pre MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Drum and CylinderHead I i I AGAINST SAID ESTATE: ijj. .

BTDGE RO\D CHERRY LAKEMISSIONARY You and each of you are hereby z .

Sunday School ___.. 10:00 A. M. notified and required to present any .
'T\V RnpmTL Morning Worship ..._ 11:00 A. M. Grinding claims and demands which you, or 4 y

BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Worship _......__ 7:30 P. M. either of you, may have againstthe / .
Service.! PWV tint anti third. 8:00 P. General estate of Emma B Koon, deceased to
Youth SeniceVednesday M. Repairs
Fur"+A4yc *t 11 n. m.. and 8-00 n "1.1 REV. B. B. BRICKLEY Pastor late of said County to the : .r :

Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 County Judge of Madison County, I
*. mTraining I BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH McWilliams Garage Florida at his office In the courthouse :

Union every Sunday 7:00p. Welcomes You of said County at Madison. r .

nx Services Every Sunday Florida within eight calendar .
/ REV W. T. RTc oPr. Pastor REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor OH MYNACHING months from the time of the first

. Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. publication of this notice. Each
MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST _... 11:00 A. M. : :
Morning Worship claim or demand shall be in writing MEDDERSr
CHURCH Choir Practice _..__ 6:00 P. M. BACK and shall state the place of

RTV. :JACK LAMB Pastor Training Union _._....._ 6:30 P. M. tH fat rtlicf you residence and post office addressof .
S. R. Sang Chairman Board of Evening Worship __._ _.. 7:30 P. M seed In. sagging baekaeb. he.4atM
n aid mnscvlar adwa and pains that gaga the claimant and shall be sworn
Deacons.B111v Prayer Meeting, Wed 7:30 P. M. eaoM rods irhts.a4 w* nbie tired-
the claimant his
oat feettn When the dbcomfort to by agent or
Bailey BTU ** : :
Dlred.orl com OB with orer-nertiom or ttrua and attorney, and any such claim or AMOCO STATION
Leroy Cruce Associate Director SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST tw -roe want relief-want it fait I
demand not so filed shall be void.
Another AutorWae mar U auld bladder
Cnie S. S. Snot CHURCH
Leroy
irritation foQowiar food a4
wrong MRS MATTIE RAINS VESTA i
Miss Merle Bass ___ Song Leader Services every Saturday at Madison drink-oftem setting vp rotte w> .

Mrs. Juanlta Cruoe Pianist American Legion Hall. comfort Do..'* le PD1 eeliac.work fait ia t eparaU I BLANTONAs executor of the Last Will and : AIllaE MEDDERS Owner :
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Sabbath School begins 2 p. m wags: L. by speedy pai -reUerin action: ,
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to .a.s totmeat. of aarriar backache.heailicK Testament of Emma B Koon. de-
Momlncr Worship 11:00 A. M. Church Service at 3 p. m. .., noseolar aches sad palaa. ..
Trainln *** 7V P w E O WILLIS, S S Supt X. by aoothiar effect m bladder irritation. I reased.'Hrst New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas,Tires, Batteries & Accessories:
S. by mild diuretic adios teadim publication July 24th 1959.
Evening! Worship ._ Rom P. M HAROLD YATES Pastor Tele- to faereas atpat of the It auk of : LUBRICATION WASHING A POLISHING :
31 7
kidney tabM.Eajo I Tuly 24. August 14
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M phone HU 3-6517.
and the
food airafa sleep
a
:ust tie T aril" without on* trtea. Everyone Welcome! ..... bappy? relief aafliioM bar for orerM FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRATTON CORNER BASE A SHELBY ST3. .
yean. New. large site aavea nwacy. .
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t Resrvdles* of your r'l\th *
eome. GeDoaa'a Pilta today I fh
course withevt'ry ; MOTORS PHONE HU 39411r
FREE-Touch-typing
condition. Whether cotton. Home
I lf TVT twit TVwn Payment U
SMITH-CORONA portable .
uotnfiyOU are welcome in our I DOAN'S PILLS
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THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE SEVENTEEN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7th, 1959



Rehearsal SupperMr I Mugge-Rowe Nuptials \ "!


TOBACCO HARVEST SPECIALS!
and Mrs C C Matheny entertained ,I! In Greenville ThursdayMiss

with a buffet supper Friday

DAYLIGHT DEPARTMENT STORE evening at their home complimenting i: xxSaturday, August 8

their son Victor C Mathenyand j DOUBLE FEATURE

MADISON, FLORIDA his fiance Miss Gloria La- : Carolyn Ann Mugge, daughter SANTA FE, in Technicolor
Mr
vcnne Goodman, before the wedding i of and Mrs Eugene George starring Randolph Scott, Janis Car-
of Greenville '
Mugge became the'bride
rehearsal. I ter. Beyond forbidden frontiersiron
Racks of CHILDREN'S MATCHED SETS of Randell Hendricks Rowe,
Guests included the wedding attendants men forge a path of steel for
Shorts, Pedal Pushers Blouses Jr, of Madison, in a four o'clock "
LADIES DRESSES immediate families and I II "The Iron Horse. Raw, ruggedr
98c each I out-of-town : ceremony, Thursday, July 30th in, MADISON rough, real men and women of
wedding guests.
small sizes reduced to $1.88 each the Greenville Baptist church. The DRIVEINTHEATRENow I
White dahlias in a' crystal bowl I fire. It took hot lead and iron

Ladies' 60-yard flanked with crystal candelabra Rev Julian T Maddox, pastor of the \ under new management; open muscles to accomplish a much
I church, performed the
SHEETS CAN CAN SLIPS holding burning white candles cen- Nuptial music ceremony. : every night. Children under 12 needed westward course.
was rendered
tered the buffet table. Mixed flow- ': by (in ) always free.
cars
84 by 99 $1.98 each ail colors era and were used effect;! Mrs S B Algeo, organist, and Mr I SLIM CARTER, in Eastman

$2.97 greenery and Mrs Arthur Carter, of Jacksonville BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:15 P. M. color, starring Jock Mahoney I
lively to decorate the other rooms j 1
soloists. They sang 0 \j! Julia Adams, Tim Hovey. A half- i
open to A of chicken
guests. menu
LADIES PANTIES CHILDREN'S DRESSES I Promise Me, Through The Years : PROGRAM pint size youngster teachers adults :
salad, spiced crab apples, hors d'-
and The Wedding Prayer. : how to live and love. Fun for the I
assorted colors 4 for $1.00 sizes 3 to 6 98c ouevres, lemon pie and iced tea Friday-Saturday, August 7, 8
Mr Rowe is the son of Judge and entire family. Cartoon.SundayMonday .
was served. I DOUBLE FEATURE I
Mrs R H Rowe, of Madison. His I
Mrs J B Davis, Mrs Laniar WILD HERITAGE, Will Rogers, August 9, 10
brother, Dr William J
Rowe, of i
Smith and Misses Janet and Nancy I Jr, Maureen O'SullivanPlus COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS, 'm 'I
Fort Benning, Ga, was best man I
Matheny assisted with serving and and Met rocol .
OVERBY-RYKARD MARRIAGE CinemaScope or,
and ushers Thomas John
I were Beggs !
Rehearsal Party entertaining. III of Madison and Jackson Muggeof I WIND ACROSS THE EVER- starring Deborah Kerr, Rossano I
j Brazzi. met married and
I They
Miss Peggy Marie Overby was Greenville, brother of the bride. I GLADES, Burl Ives, Christoper ,
married to George Frank RykardJr METHODIST WOMEN j i Magnolia and other natyvfc''! Plummer were kept apart for nine years- 1
!
The monthly devotional, business The oddest love affair of the cen-
; greenery, against which stood stand-
Sun-
The home of Mr and Mrs P K of Madison, Fla, at noon and program meeting of the Metho-(i ards of white gladioli and chrysan-! Sunday-Monday, August 9, 10 tury. Married but strangers to> {

Rowell in Lakeside was the setting day, July 19, in Gethsemane Baptist list i Women's Society was held I themums, and branched candelabra : DOUBLE FEATURE each other. A little child led them I

Saturday night for the Rykard- I church in Greensboro N C. The Monday afternoon at the church.. holding lighted tapers formed the | LADY TAKES A FLYER, Lana. --into a lot of trouble. Real fun. II

Yates rehearsal party. Hosts with I Rev J C Alley performed the cere- Mrs Fred Mickler read the open- I background at the altar for they I Turner, Jeff Chandler and entertainment for all ages-

Mr and Mrs Rowell were Mr and I mony. ing devotional, and the programwas wedding party. I Plus Cartoon. j jI I

Mrs Jesse Hughey and Mr and Mrs I Wedding music was presented by given by the Hadden-Morrow Miss Onzella Lee, of Gainesville, FLOOD TIDETuesWedThura Tuesday-Wednesday, August 11, 12. !

Dannitte II Mays Jr. : Miss Brown of Greensboro.The Circle in the form of a panel discussion -I Fla., college friend of the bride, DOUBLE FEATURE

The fifty-five guests included :1 bride wore a white street- led by Mrs Pat Milliner. was maid-of-honor and Misses August 11, 12, 13 LOVING YOU in vista Vision and i

Miss Ann Rykard and her fiance, length dress she made of polished Participating were Mrs Mickler, I Georgia and Penelope Mugge, sistersof TWILIGHT FOR THE GODS, Technicolor, starring Elvis Presley. I

Robert Yates, of Bartow, their Mrs E E Hadden and Mrs Isham the bride, were bridesmaids. Rock Hudson, Syd Charisse Uzabeth Scott. Youngsters and
Her
cotton in princess style. accessories II
wedding attendants, families and Harris. Faith With Works was the They wore identical dresses of Plus oldersters are in for some hilarious

out-of-town wedding guests includ- were white and her corsage topic of the program. frosted aqua silk organza, fash- THE DALTON GIRLS. entertainment with the one and I

ing Mrs Robert Rowell, of Or- was of blue carnations.The Plans were made for the Adult ioned with short sleeves and low I only Elvis in a madcap musical. He

lando, house guest of the hosts. bride is a daughter of Mr I Fellowship supper Thursday evening necklines matching shoes, and $1.00 A CARLOAD just had to defend that rock *n* I

Rooms open to guests were dec- & Mrs Cladie Overby of Summer- I given at Fellowship Hall honor- i headpieces of the material of their : roll deal--and made everybody I

orated with greenery and yellow field, N C. She is a graduate of I ing the Rev John Hughlett, returned dresses. The maid-of-honor's bouquet -[ RECKLESS DRIVING happy.

dahlias. A lace cloth over yellow I I Summerfield High School and attended -i missionary from Africa, who was a cascade of yellow carnations -

sation covered the dining table, North Florida Junior College -. spoke of his work for the Methodist' tied with white satin and [! Ralph Long colored, was jailed KING CREOLE, starring Elvis I

end centering the table was an. church in Africa, at a meeting at tulle. The bouquets carried by the on a charge of wild and reckless Presley, Carolyn Jones. He fought G

arrangement of yellow dahlias and I in Madison last year. the church later in the evening.Mr i bridesmaids were crescent shaped (I i driving on the streets of Madison the world with his fists; charmed '

zinnias flanked with candelabra The bride's grandparents are Mr j I ot the same flowers. I at 10:25 p m Saturday, by Deputy I it with his voice. Men fell before I

holding lighted yellow candles. and Mrs Lester L Nicholson, of I and Mrs Crill Merryda Amanda Reams, daughter of Mr Porter. his punch; women at the soundof

Punch tables were covered with I Lee's Chapel Road, Greensboro, and son Dana of Tallahassee were : and Mrs Joe S Reams of Greenville, his voice. Cartoon.ThursdayFriday .

weekend of Mrs H C Merry- j and Leigh Jefferies daughter of
lace cloths. Punch bowls held heart and Mr and Mrs Charlie Overbyof guests I August 13 14
I ,
Mr and Mrs Donald S Jefferies of ,
shaped frozen cherry ices. Mrs Summerfield.Mr day I THE SQUAWS ,NEWS DOUBLE FEATURE j
-- i
Mobile Ala cousins of the
George F Rykard and Mrs W C Rykard is the son of Mr and bride THE HANGMAN, starring Robert: ;

Sweat poured punch. Mrs George Frank Rykard of Madi- Eagle's Double Bonus I silk\\ere flower girls. They frosted wore white August 2, 1959 Taylor, Fess Parker, Tina Louise

Serving heart shaped sandwiches, son. He was graduated from Madison organza over aqua i Well H.i ___, dear____ _E-R__ _I have been off He was-- ordered-- -- to get his p man.

cake, nuts and mints were Miss High School and is a general Sale Continues Thru taffeta, and small feathery head-j, visiting and having such a good and no one dared stand in his way.

Bennie Wilder, Miss Mary Evelyn pieces. They carried lacy baskets j I time I forgot to rite so I will try She wouldn't turn him in no-
Cotti ham Mrs Robert Rowell, contractor. of yellow rose petals. All the at- |
now to tell you some news. I matter what the price, as the
Miss 'Helen Rowell, and little Miss Mr and Mrs Rykard are living This Week End. tendants wore white gloves, gifts of i
went to Chipley to visit with Mrs shadow of the gallows hung over
their home in Madison. the bride. David Bailey, of Mri
in son I
new
Dana Mays!!, who passed the mints. existence.
._ I Bee Wright. I helped her put up a man's happy
---"- --- -- -- and Mrs W H Bailey Jr, of Green. i I
22 pints of fig perserves and I got
vile! cousin of the bride, was the VALERIE, starring Sterling Hayden -
i: to see a lots of my old friends I
ring bearer. Anita Ekberg. What reallywas
1 "a ': More than 200 meetings i used to see when I used to live
y Mr Mugge gave his daughter in ] the fateful truth aoout Val
W4l.4 in Chipley in 1914. Then I saw
'* are being,held throughout marriage.The I erie's terrifying night-and who
one of my cousins that lives there.
- the nation this 'month to bride chose for her weddinga I was telling the truth A picture of
1 Then I left there, came over to
ONVEHTION formal gown of candlelight silk' suspense and action. Cartoon.
inform members ol Cottondale to visit with some more
I
and hand-d pped Chantilly -
organza of old friends that I used to
Woodmen of the World lace, designed with an elon-!' my PARKER.MORRISONWEDDING
live with in 1935. I helped them I
DELEGATES !
Life Insurance Society of gated waist, Sabrina neckline and I to put up tomatoes and peas. Their, PLANS \
# long tapering sleeves. The volumi- '
names was Mr and Mrs Henry I -
4 the Society's tremendous nous skirt, appliqued with lace, I Turner. i! Miss Dorothy Jean Parker and j

::j I' TO growth. featured a front panel and court t Then I left there and went to!; Marcus Donald Morrison will be i
raf, '. train. The bodice had back clos-
rr a !
married Friday evening August;
Sneads to visit with some more i ,
: ? TELL National and state officers ing of lace covered buttons. Her!I of my old friends. Bro. and Sister 14th, at 8 p. m. at the Elam Bap-

tiered veil of silk illusion was attached both I tist church, Quitman, Ga. Rev
and delegates to the re* ; Riley, they are preachers I
to a tiny cap of organza Holyness people. I sure did injoy Ernest Gurr officiating. Miss Parker

cently-concluded 32nd national appliqued with lace and pearls. She visiting with each family.! is a daughter of Mrs A E Parker
.
WOODMEN biennial convention carried a bouquet of white orchids ,i Then I went back to Marianna, ; and the late A E Parker of Quit-

and tuberoses showered with pearl :( and visited with a lots of my old':' man. Ga., and Mr Morrison is the
are reporting on convention leaves and tied with tulle and satin.' '
i friends over there, then 1 desidecl': son of Mrs Hoyt Wainwright and

!1 OF proceedings, theSociety's Her only ornament was a single my visiting was over so I came the late Thomas Charles Morrison

strand of pearls, a gift from the i back Monday last and I been hoe- !' of Madison.;
; for
program bridegroom. i iMrs 'ing and cutting down weeds. Miss Shirley Parker will be maid
grass
..&- SOCIETY I future progress, and ,the Mugge, mother of the bride We got 4 hens and a rooster and a of honor, and Leroy D Rutherfordwill
chose a street length dress of
I made chicken yard fenced for them. be best man.
ti gains since the last
powder blue lace taffeta, !
over
will be held at the
We don't have to buy no eggs now. A reception
PROGRESS convention. These gains matching accessories, and corsage<,< But we do have to buy feed for I j church following the wedding cere-
of pink Sweetheart rosebuds.
include them. j i mony.
: I
Mrs Rowe, the bridegroom'smother
1 Mr Drew Duncan and wife is i No local invitations are being

'n :J I INSURANCE IN wore blue embroideredvoile living in Dothan, Ala. I heard he I. sent but all friends and relatives of
with
chalk beaded neckline,
FORCE GAIN: was in the hospital. I do not no the couple are invited.
blue accessories and of I
corsage ,
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which one as they are two up i -
,cw $27,222,197; protection now rubrum lilies.Immediately. i;
Ni in bad
he
there, I suppose was a
.. totaling $632,284,809 newS following the ceremony -' I FIRE DAMAGES HOME

..a;:' .t i high.BENEFITS. a reception was held for the ; fix.Mrs Allie Lightsey was our guest ; -
hundreds of wedding guests in the I' Last Thursday afternoon fire
lunch today.
at .
church annex, given by the bride's from kerosene cook
I well but is originating a
not
My chief is so
GAIN IN ASSETS: $10,837,877; PAID MEMBERS the parents. The wedding colors of I j jgreen I i up. I feel pretty good only just I. stove in a small home in th- Plant

and yellow prevailed in the I Subdivision off State Road 53.
bringing assets to ft new high of past two years: $26,755,895. Total stoved up from so much work I ,
decorations. The bride's table was ruined the stove and a refrigerator

$220,782,990. since the Society's founding in 1890 overlaid with a ruffeled organza!| been Your doing.friend, The SQUAW.with near-by and damaged the interiorof

$522,617,961. cloth over satin and was centered the kitchen to the amount of

LARGEST SAVINGS REFUND in with a chapel shaped cake decorated i LLB degree. He is a member about 5500. The home was owned

RESERVE RATIO of $122.50 of with figurines, a replica of !i, of Kappa Sigma social fraternity, and occupied by Sam Haynes and

history was paid to the Society's assets for every $100 of liabilities ia the wedding party. Tilted wedding and Delta Theta Phi law fraternity.Mrs family.

bells and roses decorated the cake.I Rowe is a graduate of
420,000 members in 1958
: still greater than that of Qtbtr
any ; Crystal candelabra held white Greenville High School, and receivedher Mr and Mrs Marvin Reeves and

2,310,373, insurance organisation lighted tapers, and compotes held BS degree from Florida State I three children left Tuesday on a

green and white rose mints. Mrs University in June. She is on the : week's vacation visit with relatives

SCHEDULE OF REPORT MEETINGS James Barclay cut the cake. Punch faculty of Lee Elementary School. Magnolia, Miss.

Meetings have been held in Madison, August 3: Lake City, August 4; was served from separate tables :XXX7 C C C C, 1Cr Cs4 C% G pC1C C> CS1C,XsCrsCl XrsCXsCsGX'S C7Ca "_'
and DeFuniak Springs, August 5. Other meetings in Florida are as with Mrs Richard Brown, of Live

follows: Oak, and Mrs J D Kaney of Green- WE HAVE!

ville, pouring. Assisting in receiv-

Pensacola, August 7 Tampa, August 25 ing and entertaining were Mrs J L :

Ocala, August 13 Tallahassee, August 26 Pate, Mrs T P McLeod Jr, Mrs W Iron Hay Pea Seed $5.00 hUe

Miami, August 18 St.: Petersburg, August 26 C Strupp. Mrs Peter Stern and Miss !
Suzanne Strupp of Greenville, Miss .
Jacksonville, August 27
Day, August 22 I
Joyce Bowden or Winter Haven and

Miss Mary Lou Collier of Live Oak. !

After spending a while with their 50 lb. Stock Prince Albert

guests, Mr and Mrs Rowe left on I SALT $1.20 TOBACCO, Can 15c

a wedding trip to the mountains.Mrs 'I' Sweet 35 in. WIRE
3 lb. New
"'h. ',,,'.,nll ". .
famrlr_ Rowe wore for traveling a i POTATOES 25c FENCE, per roll $15,00

f II\ WOODMEN Tiff WORLD cotton Paul in Parnes shades suit of brown of and transition beige.

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The short jacket was accented with
'' % LIfE INSURANCE SOCIETY
WEEKENDS
r WHILE IN TOWN THIS
touches of brown Her hat
'i was a
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,- close fitting Fall model of brown
FRUIT-
Nebmsket FEEDS GROCERIES
Omaha 2. for : -
,f < us your
." INtt velvet and her accessories were I
# :!
t brown Her corsage was the orchids VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS

LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: from her bridal bouquet.Mr .

and Mrs Rowe will reside in
SURLES & SONS
.J CORDON SELMAN_ Field Rep. Madison after August 15, where Mr J. L

lqmnV, Sundries. fUoe t*reef Rowe is engaged in the practiceof

:._.MMU0on.. Florid .::: law. He is a graduate of the Phone HU 3-2395 :Madison Fla.
9-dSOfr 108 S. Harry, ,
,'. Burtutn Pbone: HU University of Florida with BSF
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SUMMER DRESSES

Bring home plenty of COKE Values To $5.00
Values To $39.95 White, Black, Beige
SIGN OF GOOD TASTE

Copyright 1959 The Coc .Cola Company Cok."is I repstsred trademart
ftottiedl under authority of Th e Coca-Cola Company by 55.00 $8.00 Only 52.00 ProM

MADISON COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
AAA B Widths All Sizes
A R T H A' 5 Buy Several Pairs JOSH
Eagle's Double Bonus
208 North Patterson Street
J 0 A
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SEdsoCOV RS New 1959 Dodge Coronet V-8 Girls Phs

CHERRY LAKE SCENE OF 4-H 4-Door Sedan, Custom Interior, Torgueflite Transmission,
SUMMER ACTIVITIES Fine Value Only Power Steering, Door Edge Moulding 8 Tube Radio, Size

$9. 9 ; Custom Heater, B. U. Lights, Outside Left Mirror,
RACKNIGHTLY (Perry News) Inside Glare Proof Mirror, Air Foam Cushion, W-S
The camp on a hill overlooking Deluxe Fibers, Plasti-coated to last, clean easy. Washer, Two Tone Paint, Wheel Covers, Deluxe
Cherry Lake some 10 miles from
Wheel, Plus other Extras
Steering
Choice of red, blue, green
Madison
Except Sunday is the scene of many STICKER
PRICE $3,579.20
RAIN OR SHINE happy days by the youngsters who PLASTIC SEAT COVERS $15.95 TOBACCO SPECIAL
spend a week there with all the
facilities that could be asked for
POST TIME 8:15 P. M. in the way of a recreational loca- HARRY B. ANDERSON'SWESTERN S2'99S.00

0 tion.The week ending last Friday some AUTO ATLANTIC SERVICE HALSO
DAILY 160 young people from the counties 301 N. Patterson St. Phone CH 2-5945 OLIVER MOTORS INC.
DOUBLEFirst !
of Taylor. Nassau, and Gads- -
and Second Races den returned home after what } -- --, DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER I
103 North Ashley Street, Valdosta, Ga. Phone CH 4-1653
practically all of them said PASTEL AND WHITE IRISH .
QUINIELASON was one of the greatest weeks in I __ ,. BBBBBBB i i
their lives. While Nassau
EACH RACE I only boys Taylor and Gadsden brought LINEN TABLE CLOTH LADIES, CHILDREN, PRE-TEENS

brought a mixed In charge
group.
0 54 54 $2.98 DRESSES
Regular
x
were the County Agents of each
Enjoy Our Fabulous county, and the Home Demonstration Regular $599 to $19.99
-- Agents, and some trained Camp r
TURF CLUB personnel.This 'Now 51.98
particular group evidently Larger Sizes In Stock Only S J.'00 I
decided to go all out for namingthe
LADIES cabins and locations, and each :
FREE ON building had an appropriate sign, C. C.VARNEDOE & CO. HAUSMAN'ST8

THURSDAYSMrs proclaiming its name, and lettingthe 134 North Patterson Street N As ley St ValoWa, Ce j I I xjuth
observer use his imagination


ROWE-MUGGE REHEARSAL DINNER 3.

Judge and Mrs R H Rowe
R C Home returned home en-
_ Saturday from Atlanta, where she tertained the Rowe-Mugge rehear-
was under medical treatment for sal party at a buffet dinner
several days. Wednesday before the wedjing 220 Coil Innerspring
8 PIECE
--x- rehearsal.The I
MATTRESS AND BOX SPRINGS
Mr and Mrs Gordon Ashley spent Rowe home on North
the weekend at Ponte Vedra Beach. Shelby street was the setting; for $6995 VALUE LIVING ROOM GROUP !!
the lively affair. A three course BOTH PIECES JUST Chr'n'
? menu was served buffet style to Sofa Bed, Chair, 2 End Tables! Coffee Table, 2 I
WHAT'S YOUR PROBLEM ] thirty guests.A 549 00 qicG
Lamps, Throw Pillows Regular Price $149.95 I
cut work cloth over pink
Single or Double Size :
satin covered the buffet table '
NOTHING DOWN $1.25 A WEEK
centered with an epergne holding O
I
pink carnations, gladioli and gypso- SLOCUM & SONS FURNITURE CO.Only 5129.95 :

phila. Silver candlebabra held
I Valdosta and HahiraSlotuin's ; \
white lighted candles and tiny GO(

1 .....: r r Q I IfJ nosegays of the same lovely Furniture Exchange DOWIING'S I FURNITURE, 203 / .'
i flowers were- tied to the candle-
sticks. Pink gladioli and Philippinelilies 111 West Savannah Avenue 128 North Patterson Street Phone CH 2 1 1515 j

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Don't let it get you down-let in graceful arrangementswere '* _'-_ t _ _-. _
proper insurance lighten your' used to decorate rooms
BOYS TOM SAWYER SHORT SLEEVE BARR HAS BIG BARGAINSSPORT
to guests.
load. Come in-or call! us . open
,\'e'U be glad to explain our SHIRTS GENT'S 17-J5WEL WATERPROOF
Mr and Mrs JV Wynn and two
easy insurance plans. children, Cherry Ann and Wesley, Reguiar 2.95 WATCHES
of Palatka, were week end guestsof t
Williams Insurance his mother, Mrs W M Wynn, 51.43 $29.05 Value! Only I I
and sister, Mrs Jack Hunter. Only
or'

GENERAL. Agency INSURANCE :I \Wiring and Repair KELLER CLOTHING COMPANY, 514.95 I, "


Box 373 MADISON. Ph FLA HU 3- 21C :w Bryan Electric Company INC. R* F. BARS 1 ti&9* ; JEWELER F

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With each Oil Change Purchased
CAST IRONBATHTUBS FORD V8 STATION WAGON I
t .YOUR CAR OR TRUCK WILL BE


$14.95 I S 5865.00 LUBRICATED f FREE !i OiMAT


ALSO CLOSING OUT LAVATORIES -
FLAT RIM SINKS SMITH MOTORS"Valdosta's ELLINOR I MOTOR CO.

DOUBLE SINKS, COMMODES Oldest Auto Dealership"i t
HAND BASINS, ETC. 505 N. Ashley St. Phone CH 23311s Your Friendly FORD Dealer in Valdosta 129 WestPAYS


SOUTHERN SALVAGE COMPANY ;

TO SHOP
111 S. Asiusy St. Valdosta, Ga

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PASTOR WRITES OF CAMP

FARTHEST OUT


July 30 1939
Dear Mr Merchant

I want' to share with you and.

the people of Madison County a I .

little information on our first i

week Of.vacation. These lines are* r ,

being written on Thursday about I __ .....
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11 o'clock. And we are writing! home:
Bring
I Ar from the Bible Conference Grounds!' o ..1o
Boca Raton,
Florida. This is a plenty of .
non-denominational Christian center
1 -'
where week after week throughthe
COKE
year groups of people gatherfor 1
inspiration 'and a better under- :
standing of the Bible and their responsibility 0
\ o :
as children of God. ( ( i
SPECIAL SALE .The particular group which drewus J $
LADIES SHOES :
GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES to this lovely place on Florida's ..
Gold Coast is known
I numbers -as camp
Assortment of Close out
Saddle Oxfords Farthest Out
commonly called
Values to $4.98 :
For Small Girls and Larger Girls I CFO. Though CFO i$ about three SIGN OF GOOD TASTE
Values To $9.99PATTERSONJONES decades old this is the first time
1.00 of (Cop/rifM 1J5I Th.C.a-Coll
one the camps has met in this Cofnptny "Grit"a 1 rapsiarrt tnfauritot
53.88 place,Each year there are about .d iindM-authority of n..Coca-Cola Company by -
Only 50 MADISON COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
camps or retreats in this countryas
LAZARUS & SONS well as others across the world.

This CFO movement out
grew
SHOES"Good
North Ashley Street
of the inspiration of a dedicated .
H Shoes since 1903" Presbyterian layman, Dr Glenn .4- I -
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Clark, coach of the track team f-
13th ANNIVERSARY _ B BBl ._ and .
professor of creative writingat .
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IRTY PAJAMA SALE KENMORE % H. P. SUPER SUCTION MacAlester Park College St ; ., ':. ..::1, -'. ;-j'.; ._ ,..
Paul Minnesota After having
and Fined Combed Batiste. Wash and Wear TWIN FAN MOTORCLEANER taken his teams out for training

\i, toddler, 2 to 4; Girls 3 to 6x, 8 to 14 periods for many years as he
Teens 8 to 14
prayed one day God- spoke 'to him
Regular $1.98
about training athletes of the
; Has 7 Attachments spirit. Thus the camps were born. of
00 ....
[ 51
ow O Was $74.95 Cut $25.00 My family and I attended one of

these camps at Lake Koronis,
549.95 Paynesville, Minnesota in 1956. It
Riiso| : Now
was there that the camps had come

into being in 1930.

.'S CHILDRENS SHOP SEARS ROEBUCK & COMPANY Connecticut They came and from as Texas.far away Among as

"We Major ,in Minors" 104 N. Patterson St. CH 4-1421 those present are ten people from HIGH.
. Silver Palm Methodist Church

.- BBi -HI -- 1- _ __ __ Madison.which we left when we moved to

, TOBACCO SPECIAL $4.95
CALADRYL LOTION Though there are many thingsI'd

AIR MATTRESSES like to share with you let it .
suffice to you just a little about -
6 OZ. BOTTLE REGULAR 97c lllf JI
Plastic Assorted Colors two of the several leaders and c 1 1z.

speakers. One of these, a young
51.99 Special 59c' : man named Arthur Pratt, is the

founder and general director of

eight Flynn Christian Homes in

JTHERN SALVAGE CO. McRAE & HODGES DRUGS Baltimore, Maryland. This work of

faith is operated for people who
Ashley Street Valdosta, Ga. 9 }H9 North Ashley Street Phone CH 4-1533 are down and out. Most of them

com to Flynn Christian Homes
because their lives have been

wrecked by alcoholic drink. They .

are given a place to stay and an
,1 I I
I. effort is put forth to help them

rehabilitate themselves. He said
w
that: of the 1000.000 people living m C q

FULL SIZE 24" Duval Jewelry Company Eliminates the Middle man and in Baltimore 50,000 are alcoholics ,
anJ 40,000 of those- will no doubt
you save the Difference ELECTRIC AIR COND9TIONSMG
die of alcoholism. Here Mr'Pratt
BARBEQUE GRILL Now on sale a Regular $125,00 Beet the he .
is working with our youth in electrically for only! pennies a

prayer- groups, dramatics and day. See dealer and find
your out for yourself
Plated Spit, aluminum-tone finish hood for DIAMOND RG .
recreation.
er cooking Heavy Duty Spit Motor for Another leader whom I want to just how economical air conditioning can be!
Compare at $21,95nly Now only
mention is Mrs Induk Pahk, a
yas
Korean Christian who is giving us ; i
512.88 588.00Plus most beautiful testimony of what pis"

Christ has done for her and her
Tax
people. She is the first woman in

)DYEAR SERVICE STORE 4000 years to write a book in +4 //P---:

DUVAL JEWELRY COMPANY English. Her book, which is really
till Avenue, Valdosta Phone CH 26930
I the story of her life, is entitled
Across from the Valdes Hotel I 122 North Patterson Street she
"September Monkey, because
...
': _ i _-- !:_-, \. -...,_ :BS.-i-HS HB' =S -. _, was born in the month of Ute r9
monkey according to old Korean

:IRESTONE BICYCLES METAL 31"FOOT customs. We hope we may be ableto

) LOCKER bring Mrs Pahk to Madison in
Regular Price Of $ 9.95 January 1960.

Now Selling For WITH TRAY Thank you for this spice in \..

Regular $8.95 our local paper. Next week my FLORIDA PO\\'E
CORPOIDION
$ 1.14 family and I hope to move on to "'

56.95 Cuba for a short visit. ,. : -" A ., /:. '
,
In The Crate Sale J Paul Touchton .,.- "-u". -> w.<,/"..,
:.t., i;, "A.
Boys and Girls Models f ,
Chain Guard included at no extra cost Complete line of all Sizes and makes of Luggage HELD ON POSSESSIONOF
MOONSHINE ;;; ( It's TIME TO CHANGE
.
RESTONE STORE
MORRIS PAWN SHOP p to Electric
George Freeman and Charity Cookingand
Patterson Phone CH 2-1961} H 102 N Ashley Street Phone CH 2-6758
in the local
Robinson are held jail
oJ. ., Water
. -- -- in lieu of $2,500 bond each, and Heatingand
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SET OF FINE and Box possession of moonshine liquor. save up to $5Q
.
Inner
LAWt, Spring SpringRegular They were arrested at 2:30 a m -MW-: i

FURNITURE Sunday driving a 1956 Oldsmobileon For a limited time, wt will pay $25 towanftheInstallation .

Regular $29.95 Value $79.00 Value State Road 368 by Deputy cost of each Electric Range and

BOTH PIECES Sheriff Porter and City Police Wafer Heater replacing a fla n1f'hrPe appliance'

Ma.lone.Vhen given chase by the Get foil details from your dealer or clumber or

Iy 522.88 $39.95 officers they are said to have attempted call our nearest office.

to dispose of the liquor by, I
throwing the container out of the GO ALL-ELECTRIC and SAVE
HER OF VALDOSTA I, I I
HOLTON FURNITURE COMPANY car. One five gallon can failed to .

Central Avenue burst. -I I
Valdosta,
Georgia
m West Central Aujnue Phone CH 2-2553

Sherwin Williams 0


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REALLY Girl To MarryInvitations Mrs Don Gregori-of Tampa has spending Rev and two Mrs weeks W vacationing L Wynn are in I Sale Continues Thru i


returned to her home after an ex-. Maryland Mrs R with L Crafton their son.and children I This Week End. jI
have been received in j
REFRESHED I tended visit with her mother, Mrs
the city to the marriage of Miss M J Donelly. spent Friday with Mr and Mrs Bill 1

Diane Jane Wexler, a former Mrs Bob Smith and daughter Fourakers of Clyattville.
Madison girl to Mr Norman CHRISTMAS IN JULY I MADISON AND LIVE OAK SPUTMadison's
Robin of Peekskill, N Y left recently -
Howard Greenbaum. The ceremony WMS and Intermediate GA's of
for home after a. long visit
H Will take place Sunday, August with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ran Pinetta First Baptist church met base ball team divideda
1
30th, at 2:30 pm. in the Jackson- Terry. Monday night for mission program. doubleheader with Live Oak here
ville Jewish Center. Special feature of the meeting wasa
Mr and Mrs Will Brown and Sunday taking the first game 4
l gift offering for a Christmas in
ir I granddaughter Glenda Parker have to 2 and dropping the second 6 to
July box to be sent to a home mis-
BABY WISEMANMr arrived to spend several days with 7.

II I Mrs Brown's mother, Mrs Lilla sionary. In other Twin Rivers League

Crafton. games Moultrie defeated Valdosta
and Mrs T Wiseman of BABY WYNN
Hiram Mr and Mrs R P Buchanan and 4 to 2 and then lost the second
Ohio
are happy to announcethe
birth of a baby boy, born Mr and Mrs Bobby Buchanan at- Mr and Mrs Ralph Wynn of game 3 to 5; and Hahira took three
3 tended the annual Raines reunionat Clyattville announce the birth of a games from Remerton 15 to 6, 8 ,
7 lbs. 11
August weighing ozs.
Cherry Lake Sunday.Mr daughter, Brenda Lee, July 17. She to 0 and 5 to 0. We did not get a
The baby will oe named Daniel
(
and Mrs J L Davis had as weighed 7 Ibs and 15 ozs. The babyis report on the Lax-Stockton games,
O'Neil. Mrs Wiseman may be re-
membered as Miss Audrey Drew, visitors Tuesday Mr and Mrs Will the granddaughter of Mr and and therefore cannot give the stand- t

daughter of Mr and Mrs T E I Brannan and two daughters Fay I Mrs Mitchell Wynn. ings.

Drew of Pinetta.

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Bring home plenty LEE NEWS NOTESJohn



of COKE Whitty Mercer, Billman FROST-PROOF FRIGIDAIRE

Williams and Marie Welch, of Lee,:

SIGN OF GOOD TASTE and Johnny Plant of Madison have

returned home from a week's visitat

CttrfiH 1)5)Th.Coa-Cela CefflFW CoW"tea rt Uft4 twttMik' the Youth Work Shop at U F. : 13 cu. ft. Refrigerator-Freezer

I ttf.d under authority of th.Coca-Colo Company by They reported a wonderful time I
while there. i
:MADISON COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYBABY Mr E E Bridges and three of !

his children Craig, Tyrone, and !

GASKINS I I Mary Ann, of Miami, came Sundayfor .
HANSON NEWS
I a few days' visit with Mr and |
Mr and Mrs Eston Gaskins i
Mrs E and other rela- p -' (
A Ragans
nounce the arrival of a baby an'I'I I tives. ;!I __ ROS S 1N

at the Moody Field hospital Mrs E R Barnes and son Bobby Mrs C S Bush and two daugh- SEE OUR NEW .Q,, NO f SE OttON
day, August 4. The little lady and I MS S A Smith, Sr of Ameri- REE ZER
I ters, Sara and Bilinda, of Panama .. -
been named Toni Lynn Gaskins. She rus, Ga. were visiting Rev and 1 FRIGIDAIRE 9rrAV r
I City of the Dalton
were guests
is the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Mrs E L Gurr and family here a 1
Mercers the week end. _
Bullock Gaskins of Madison. I II I portion of last week. I Miss Eleanor over Collins ofVest. !. In the Three Latest r .

Several from here attended the: Palm Beach came Sunday for a' Models. Also, the new s
Madison Jewelers report an excellent -: funeral of Mr W L Collins, Sr. '! '
visit! with her sister, Mrs C Marie .1
Pull-Out Oven Sto'ewith
business from the page ad i j jnm at QuitmanVednesday.. Park. '

in July 31st EnterpriseRecorder. I:| Mr E E Bridges and three chil- j Mr and Mrs W S McCullough of I| the "Cook Without -

Watch for another big dren of Hialeah were visiting their Jacksonville are visiting Mrs John I I Slavery" features.

"Specials Ad" in August 14th aunt, Mrs Lula Odom, a short while Mercer for a few days. I

ER"j j here Monday. i' Mr and Mrs Edward Whitty and*
Mrs L B of
Latner Boston, Ga I two children Claudia Ann and 1
I has been visiting her daughter, Mrs'i 'I
STOCK CAR ; Wayne joined Miss Lillie Claud of'f
W B Seals, and family. j
Jacksonville for a week's vacation;|
Miss Dorothy Parker of Quitmanis I -ir
at Jacksonville Beach. ;. ,
RACESThunderbowl spending the week here with i Mr and Mrs Raymond Mercer, i t .

Mrs Hoyt Wainwright and family. !: Frank Mercer and Allen and Doug- ] t IN raROS
Mrs Idell Tuten and f R 'T:1:
daughter
I las Cherry went to Gainesville Friday -!| N O R pt0 I )
1GE
Edna and Mr and Mrs
Tuten
Cary i for a visit with Mr and Mrs' R E ER 1 0 N
and baby of Madison were visiting I SEO
Carl Turlington and children. They i
Mrs Lula Odom Sunday afternoon.Mr .
v.ere accompanied home by Ramona:
Shelton Davis of Jacksonville : '
Speedway Mercer who had been visiting':
was visiting his parents, Mr: Carlene
Turlington.
{
and Mrs B F Davis, here Sunday.':;
I Miss Garnette Fitch leaves Sunday -
Mrs Eva Smith spent a portionof for Green Cove Springs to the'
last week in Jacksonville with
Every Saturday work shop for teachers. She and'her ;
relatives.
I sister, Mrs N N Tippette, plan I
Revival meeting will begin at
Night to teach in Orange Park for the[I II .
Pine Grove August 16 and run I
I I I next term of school.
August 23. Prayer
through meet-
(Weather Permitting) The Seaboard Railway is havingthe
ings will be held in different
depot here renovated. They are Now you can have FREEZING WITHOUT FROSTINGin
BEGINNING homes in the community every night .
trying to make it more comfortable.Mr
next week at 8 o'clock. Everybody Jack Newsome, who has been a budget Frost-Proof 2-door model !
'
August 1 1959 Welcome! ill for some time, entered the Madison -
1. County Hospital Saturday. Last IT'S A No frost to defrost-anywhere, anytime!

; Mrs Rena Tindall and Mrs Avis reports were he seemed to be somewhat I QUEEN'S WAY No frost-stuck foods and Ice trays.
Richardson of Jacksonville
Time Trials spent i better.
the week end at their old homes TO LIVE
Williams
Mr and Mrs Arthur
here. j I Completely separate Flowing ColdRefrigerator
moved into their home on the
7:30 P.M.ADMISSION new Section
: j Frost-Proof freezer with
.
railroad, that has just been com-
I pleted.Mr storage space in door. Full-width, removable
Cotton Ginned
Being Bobby Whitty has returned j New Frigi-Foam insulation metal shelves

$1.25 to Marianna after spending his ,i gives 9 more pounds of Glic>out Hydrators for

(Children Under 12 HereThe vacation with his parents, Mr and i .....-.II.nid" frozen food space moist-fresh fruit
" Mrs J Whitty, and with relatives : eta Molds
v Admitted Free)
in of the State
the southern part ::

j first bale of cotton of the: Mr and Mrs Billy McMullen and :r iRtG1 ".ADv N ED ep {ANCES Q SJGt{ 5 WITH. r ( J a

: JLpCATION season was ginned at the Burnette: baby of Jacksonville came for a I JR ; -- -- "
-- --- -
,1, j I gin here Tuesday morning. It was': week end visit with relatives.

I I brought in by F C Cone of Green-;j Mrs 0 D McMulIen returned home I 11I $100.00 Trade-in for any Refrigerator that will Operate

Tim, left 5 miles north of I \ille came to 534 pounds of lint;' Monday from a visit with Mrs Ruby I

Valdosta at Mineola, take I and brought the premium price of! Breare of Mayo. :

right turns for 4 miles to 40c lb. for the first bale. ; Mr and Mrs Caulley Copelandand ON FROSTPROOF FRIGID AIRES ONLY THIS WEEK

the Immediately afterwards Wash;, son Clifton of Cross City were

McFarland of Cherry Lake ginned j here for a week end visit with Mr

a bale amounting to 552 Ibs. and Mrs R Rowe.

ThunderbowlSpeedway Cone ginned another bale and i Mr Day of Greenville met with

McFarland two more bales Tuesday -. the NYF here Sunday afternoon Wells Furniture Co.

afternoon and Roy Welch was giving them a very instructive talk

to gin a bale Wednesday.The on the importance of an education.

prevailing.price on the cottonis A good program was given by
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