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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 14, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. LVIII No. 50 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY. AUGUST 14th, 1959 Madison, Florida PRICE tOe Yearly l Subscription $3.75 ; Delayed Renewals $4.00










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i TEA COMPLIMENTS MISS HAZEL YOUNGCOMPLIMENTED RAINES FAMILY REUNION
LEE
Notice ofSchoolOpening NEWS\ N01'ESMr BRIDE-ELECT I -

(by Toni Jean Wells II Sixty-five members of the Raines
The Fall Semester at North
Florida Junior College will soon to I and Mrs Jacky Floyd and Miss Frances Stewart, whose Miss Hazel Young popular bride family enjoyed a family reunion on

under way! Orientation for new seven little boys from the children's engagement to W C Copeland III elect was complimented with a Sunday August 2, with a picnic at

students is scheduled for August home in Jacksonville came Sunday was recently announced, was the shower Friday evening, Aug 1. Cherry Lake. I

26 and 27. Freshman registrationwill Madison County Schools will open I r to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs Tuesday inspiration afternoon for a given charming at Mrs tea J: given by Mrs Tully Wells and }Irs Present for the occasion were:

be August 28 followed by for the 1959-1960 school term on | John Hodnette and Joe. They were I. Sullivan's home by Mrs Sullivan, Bill Burnett, at the Cherry Lake Mr and Mrs L G Willard Mike

Sophomore registration on August I the following schedule: I nine among o'clock the services guests attending the Methodist the< Mrs J L Sullivan III and her Woman's Club. Twenty-five guest! Willard, Mrs T C Simms Sr, Mr
at
31. Classes begin Sept. 1. All Negro schools, August 20, church. The boys about <6-' mother, Mrs William Arthur Bradley were invited. The refreshment table : and Mrs T C Simms Jr, Carl and
Registrar, A J Hargrove, reports pupil registration and first attend- I ,
of Jasper. white Steven Simms, Mr and Mrs Virgil
years old, were well trained. Mr E was covered with a linE.'n..
that there are about 130 new applicants ance day. i The handsome rooms were decorated with Simms Mr and Mrs R C Taylor,
centered ar-
L cloth and was an
and that a large majority of; I All White schools August 31, i Flowers gave the morning with
of
will be message since the pastor. Rev Zeb arrangements sum- rangement of lilies. Mrs Jeanette Cheney Miss Lynn
last year's freshmen returning -I pupil registration and first attend- mer flowers. Yellow marigolds and
i Williams had to South Caro- Cheney all of JacKsonville; Mr
as sophomores. It is esti- ance day.Labor : gone purple dahlias and asters were After several games were en-

mated that there will be over 200 Day will be observed asa lina to get his wife and baby. used in the living room, and a color joyed by the guests, the honoree and Mrs Blalock Raines and

full-time students as well as a large I holiday in all schools. Mr and Mrs Charles Godwin and note of white and green was evident opened her many lovely gift pack- Sandra Raines, Mr and Mrs W 0

night school attendance. TUITION TO BE REQUIRED FOR two children of West Palm Bead in the dining room where a I ages. Her gift from the hostesseswas Raines and Joe Davis of Cherry
According to NFJC President, Dr came up Thursday of last week to
NONRESIDENTSUnder handsome arrangement of Fuji china in her pattern. Lake; Mrs Olga Warren, Doris
Marshall Hamilton, the college is; visit with Mr and Mrs W V Godwin -
the of
provisions Chapter
mums, tuberoses and white mums: Guests besides the honoree were and Teford Raines, John and Bill
expected to be in the new building; 59-388 of the Laws of Florida, it and other relatives. centered table
the that was covered Raines all of Gainesville Ward
;
by October 1.HOSPITAL. is for non-resident pupils I Mr and Mrs Bob Searcy and two her mother, Mrs George Young,
necessary with an imported sheer linen cloth.
children Judy and Jim Bob, have Mrs P K Lanier, Mrs H W HarreH Hendry, and Mrs H A Miller of
to tuition in order to attend
pay I f Crystal bowls at either end of the<
the public schools of Florida. This gone to Indiana for a two weeks' table held green iced punch. Pouring Mrs Geo Burnett Sr, Mrs A A Shady Grove Mr and Mrs R P

NEWS fee of $50 per pupil is required and visit with relatives and friends. were Mrs Lewis Sims Miss: Trulove Mrs Elmer Fisher, Mrs Buchanan, Mr and Mrs Bobby

payable at the time the pupil is Mr Wayne Bridges of Miami who Alice Sims, Mrs F E Naughton, Benton Sale, Mrs E Davenport, Buchanan of Pinetta; Mr and Mrs

enrolled, regardless of the length stopped at Gainesville, Florida to Mrs S H Moore, Mrs Howard Stud- Mrs Larry Roffe, Mrs A 0 Calvin Buchanan and son of

Admissions: Mrs Sammie Lee of time the pupil is to be in school. attend a musical program, came still, Mrs Fred Glass Jr and Mrs Matthews, Mrs J I Surles, Mrs W C Clyattville; Mrs T W Coody Mr

Welch, James Sale Sr William No portion of this fee is returnable for a short visit with his grand Isham Harris. Pulliam Mrs J W Pulliam Mrs and Mrs Thurston Raines, of Madi-

Foster. Mrs Betty Thomas, Raymond under any conditions. In this law,, parents Mr and Mrs A E Ragans Receiving in the formal receiving Tully Wells Jr, Mrs Veda Ray son; Burton Walker, Dick Walker.

Taylor Mrs Pearl Willis, Charlene a non-resident is defined as: and the Waldron C Raganses. They line with the hostesses were the< Mrs Mary Milickis, Mrs Rachel Judy Walker Marion Walker.
1. A who has lived in left for home Friday night.
I person I honoree and her mother, Mrs LewisB
Peters Teddie Sauls Miss Carolyn Duval Miss Sally Wilson, Mrs Mildred Walker, Rev and Mrs
Florida less than one year; or I Mrs Pearl Williams has returned Stewart. Mrs W C Copeland Jr,
Platt. Miss Louise Long K B Craig,, 2. One who has not purchaseda W E Wilson, Mrs James Sheffield, Ernest T Gurr and children, Claire,
from a four weeks' visit with Mr mother of the prospective bridegroom -
Ed Townsend, Mrs Patsy Stewart Miss Gayle Coffee, Mrs R E Larry and Wayne, Mr and Mrs
home which is occupied by himas
and Mrs J H Williams Jr and other and Miss Bennie Rose
Mrs Gladys Davis John Wayne his residence prior to the enrollment relatives. Stewart and Miss Ruth Sims, who Cowart and Mrs Mary Frances Bill Browning Raines and children

Burnett, L S Smiley, Mrs Gussie I of hi* children in chr J; Mr and Mrs Dalton :McCUlly and will be bridal attendants. Sheffield. Ricky and Bill of Williston, S a

Knight, Jean Kelly Rev James T or children of Jacksonville came Sun- Hostesses receiving in the living Refreshments of punch. sand-

Barber Joe Jones Charles Turlington. -I 3. One who has not file: a day to take Mrs E Turlingtonhome room were Mrs AV Vann and I wichescake- and potato chips i CIRCLE MEETING

Mrs Nellie Tur1in on. Valley 'declaration of intent to become a with them-Mrs Turlington Miss Whittie Dickinson. Mrs J L were served.

Turlington. '''I' resident in the county where the plans to make her home in Jack- Wyche was dining room hostess I Mrs Randell Gaston entertained

Discharged Venice Dean child is enrolling.No sonville, and has rented her house and was assisted by Misses Connie. Presbyterian Circle No 1 at her
tuition shall be charged to: here to our new school principaland Fepera Wanda Williams, Mary RECENT BRIDE COMPLIMENTED
and baby Mrs Welch and baby home with nine members attending.Mrs .
1. A person who is in the family, Mr and Mrs 0 L Hollo. Ruth Kramer, Mary Kay Burnett,
Frank Paterson moderatorof
Janes Sale Sr Mrs Clemmie Floyd, Federal Military Service or is a way and two children of Auburn,, Rosa Mable Waring. Barbara Hiers: Mrs Frank Rykard, a bride of was
Rosemary Clark. William Foster, civilian employee. I the Bible lesson the Life of
and Francine Milliner. Miss Fran July was complimented with a .
Charlene Peters Mrs Betty Jewell 2. Agricultural migratory work- Ala.Mrs J Whitty.. Mrs MV Harrison passed mints. Individualcakes miscellaneous shower at 4:30 p m Subordination. Mrs T C Gibson

Thomas: and baby, and liss Carolyn ers. 50-2t-ch Cherry Sr. Mr and Mrs B F Blan- sandwiches and cookies I Wednesday given by three hostesses gave the Evangelism program.

Platt. ton of Lee and Mr Benny Whittj were served. Cookies and punch were served
Mrs T C McNally Mrs Howard
BABY WELCHMr of Gainesville were among those during the social hour.
HANSON NEWS\ Hughey and Mrs Adam Weisz at
attending the graduation exercises
Welch
and Mrs Norman announce -
Mrs PARTY FOR BRIDE ELECT Mrs McNally's home. Twenty guests
at FSU Saturday morning.
FSU GRADUATES
of boy
the birth a baby
Lucile Cherry and Mrs Eleanor were invited.
I
Aug 5. He weighed 6 Ibs, 15 ozs. Pine Grove WMU met in the Mauldin were members of this class Miss; Hilda Moore, whose marriage -. Philippine lilies were used to Tallahassee -Aug. Graduates<

BABY THOMASMr home of Mrs E T Gibson August 6 getting their Master's: Degree in to Henry Humphrey will take II decorate the rooms. Gifts were receiving degrees at Florida State

and Mrs Franklin Thomas for the Royal Service program. Education.Mr place August:; 29, in the Lee presented in a basket covered witha University's summer commencement

announce the birth of a baby boy There were 14 present. Mrs Hoyt and Mrs 0 A Jackson of Methodist Church at 8 o'clock in I parasol topped with a bride and today included the following:

Aug 6. He weighed 7 Ibs 13 ozs. I Wainwright had charge of a very Miami were guests Monday nightof the evening, was feted with a miscellaneous bridegroom and with clusters of :MADISON Mary Louise Famell.

BABY STEWART interesting program. The GA Girls their aunts, Mrs J B Rains and shower Thursday night wedding bells and lilies of the BS, ed.; Lucile Whitty Cherry, MA,

Born to Mr and Mrs William also met in the home of Mrs W B i Miss Vesta Blanton. at the home of Mrs P K Rowel! valley attached to the points of grad.

Stewart on August 9, a baby boy. Seals Tuesday afternoon. After the' Mrs Ruth Hembree of Stein- on Lakeside Heights. Hostesses the parasol ribs. I JASPER-Louis Denson Gibson

He weighed 8 lbs 7li ozs. program the girls gave the RA I, hatch came Monday for a visitwith with Mrs Rowell were Mrs La- The honoree was assisted in MS grad.Lee .
Boys a peanut boiling.Mr her mother, Mrs R L Moore. -Eleanor B Maaldin, MA
COLORED PATIENTS I Sevor by Mrs GeorgeF
Vaughn Haskell Mrs Glen opening her gifts I
and Mrs B F Davis and son, mother, Mrs R L Moore.
Admitted: Mamie Feacher Es- week at and Mrs Tommie Henderson. Party Rykard Sr and Miss Rachel Ann : grad. ,
Joe vacation this
are on
Mrs
The friends here of Mr and JENNINGS-Peggy Anne Pafford,
tella Randell, Emma Mitchell Blue Stone National Park, Hinton, V L Turlington and Mr Charley rooms and the porches where fifty Hughey. BS. ed. ,

Baby Feacher Nellie Mae Davis. : West Virginia. Turlington regret very much guests were entertained were decorated Fruit punch turkey salad sandwiches GREENVILLE-John E G Lauer,

Dismissed: Frederick Ealy. Rachel Mrs Drew Woods and daughter their automobile wreck Monday with greenery dahlias and orange chiffon cake and MS grad.

Haynes, Emma LPe" Mitchell; and grandson from Houston Texasare I evening and hope their injuriesare other summer flowers. punch were served.
James Junior Robinson. Estelle visiting their parents and grand
not very grave. Mrs Henderson and Mrs Sevor FALSE ALARM
and Mamie Feacher. parents. Mr and Mrs Drew Hughey. Mrs R C Sundae and
Randell baby, Mr and led in a question game and word
Born to Jessie Mae Crews. Aug Don't forget the revival meeting I daughter. Miss Priscilla of Miami FAMILY REUNIONThe
contest. Mrs R M Moore, motherof
Sunday The Fire Department respondedto
Grove -
7 lbs which begins at Pine have been for few days visiting -
5, a baby boy. He weighed up a
morning through Sunday August -!i Brannan. the honoree and Mrs Glen Lakeside home of Mr and an alarm coming from Mrs H B

4 ozs. 23. Rev H P Nelson from:t Mr and Mrs C C Sevor assisted the honoree in open- : Mrs Gordon Williams was the Dinkins' home on Lakeside at 10:10a

Born to Estelle Randell Aug 6, Valdosta will be the speaker. Ever- ing her many lovely gifts. Her setting Sunday for a family re- m Tuesday where there provedto

a baby girl weighing Tibs, 12 ozs. tody.elcome: Mrs and C family D Tomlinson the Harry visited Tom-her gifts from the hostesses was chinain I, union of the Williams and Hewett I II be no fire at all. Mrs Dinkins,

son her pattern. Refreshments ofsandwiches families. A bountiful mid-day dinner i odor which seemedto
detecting
an
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TRUCK TURNS OVERA linsons at their plantation near : small cakes potato I was enjoyed and the day was spent
week. come from under the house,
I
Thomasville the past
MADISON LOSES informally.
chips and iced tea were served.
which is built close to the ground,
15-INNING THRILLER 1934 CMC half-ton pickup Attending were Mr and Mrs

truck driven by Donald Eugene I FILLS METHODIST PULPIT Brooks Hewett and Mr and Mrs L I sent a small colored boy underto
ROYAL PALM SALES
turned E Hewett and three children, L E investigate. When he failed to
Thomas, age 20 of Lee. -
I Tallahassee SOAR UPWARDMr Jr, Linda and Mary Kay, of Savannah I emerge in a reasonable time she
Madison lost a 15-inning base over on the Lee-Blue Springs Road Rev 0 Jrson.., of -
; Mr and Mrs Perry Hewettof called the Fire thatarrived
Department
ball thriller to Moultrie in the about 4:30 p m Saturday resultingin i. filled the pulpit Sunday Stanley Williams at the Coca- Quitman; Mr and Mrs Perry
Georgia city Sunday 1 to 0. The The at the First Methodist just as the boy emerged.
:S200 damage to the truck. morning Cola Bottling Company reports Hewett Jr. of Valdosta; Mr and

teams played almost equal ball driver escaped injury. Trooper Church. Royal Palm Soda in the throw away Mrs A D Hewett and daughter, !

right to th end and Madison had Peavy said a loose tire rod caused. John Waring conducted : the cans are going over in a big way Sylvia, of Daytona Beach; Mr and Mrs T C McNally entertained the
two outs on Moultrie in the I Nencie Bevan Circle Monday afternoon -
the accident. rituals and -introduced the speaker. with the consumers. Sales and dis- Mrs I Harris and son. Bennie Mrs
fifteenth when Diers singled and and'Mrs with twelve members. Miss
The Lord's Temptation with tribution are exceeding his ex E B Williams and Mr
doubled to bring him Beatrice Griffin read the devotionaland
Ingram Williams and children of
EFFIE VIRGINIA PAGE text in the New Testament Scriptures pectations.An Gordon gave the lesson on the sub-
home. Madison.
was the central thought of ject of Christianity's Second Chance.
Other Twin Rivers league games: I
of the in which the constancy attempt was made to break delicious cake
Lax 2. Hahira 1. and Lax 4, Hahira Mr and Mrs James H Page message ROCKY SPRINGS BIBLE SCHOOL The hostess served

2: Remerton 5, Stockton 3, and Thomasville Ga, announce the of the followers of Jesus who into the morning Weger some jewelry time store after Saturday 2:30or Vacation Bible School at Rocky and ice cream.

J.t>merton 5. Stockton 9: Valdostaand birth of a daughter Effie Virginia had witnessed His great temp- Springs Methodist church opened -x-
3 o'clock. One lock on the front Mrs S P Griffin Wednesday;
Live Oak rained out. Page born Sunday Aug 9 in tation, continued to the end. door was broken but the other one Monday, August 10th with Mrs
Mrs Ida Simmons -
TEAM STANDINGS Thomasville. weighed Howard as director. The to join her sisters !
The baby was not, and entry was not ac- Hughey
W L Pet 6 Ibs and 6 ozs. Mr and Mrs Page The five Madison Soil Conservation complished. school continues through the week of Tallahassee and Mrs WaIter -

Valdosta _._....___ 17 5 .773 have one other daughter, Ebie. District Supervisors, W L Gaston -x- every afternoon from 2 to 5, closing Taylor of Charlottee N C. fora

Lax __........._____ 14 7 .667 W B Goody. Blalock Rains Mrs Jesse Hughey, Mrs C T Me- Friday afternoon August 14th. week's vacation at Mexico B.3ch.1 .

Moultrie .__...____- 15 9 .625 Mrs Fred Mickler and Mrs R L Eugene Mugge, and Carl W Burnett Williams Miss Deidra Pidgeon and -

Live Oak 12 10 .545 Millinor are spending several days "will attend a two-day meeting to Miss Latrelle Vickers have re- Miss Maxine Sellars of Cairo Ga. Dr J B Brinson Jr who located

Hahira _h"._'__ 12 15 .444 re-examine and re-evaluate Florida's is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr here recently, is located in the
this week Mr and Mrs turned from N C where
Stockton _-.....-..-, 10 13 .435 visiting Soil and Water problems in Tallahassee Ridgecrest, and Mrs Kater Burns, for several Horne apartments back of the post
Remerton 4 20 .167 A R Morrow at Alford. August 20-21. j they attended the Baptist assembly. days. office. .. t



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Open 9 A M to 9 P M Friday and Saturday August 14th 15th warranty Work guaranteed All TV-Radio satisfaction Repair

Phone 94S1 Quitman Ga.
Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers
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FOR SALE: 10-h.p. engine hay
baler, perfect condition, original
cost $850. For sale at only 5250.
.' HU 3-6818, or IIU 3-2246. 50-tf-cb
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::: 7)v FOR SALE. 500 bales Coastal Ber-
; muda hay just cut. $30 per ton.
MAGNOLIA GIANT ) HU 3-6818, or HU 32246. ;5
FREE WANTED: Man experienced in,
plumbing and electrical \\oc h,
fCUSTONIER aQ consisting of contracting and '

PARKING general repair work; good starting -
salary; truck and tools 1w-
nished. Write: Service l>ept 1*
O Box 67, Quit man, (;,'01 g'ia.
Position now open for immediate
VALLEY ST. rI.'a
employment :-tf-rh()
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WANTED: Some nice, soft, cro'
rags. No buttons or woolens THi I,;
ENTERPRISE-RECORDER.
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a horse. GEORGE BURN El \1',
JR. Rt. 4, Greenville, Fla.
CEN.TPLALAVE. 50-1 l t t-,1 h
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WV LOST: A Walker hound, male, white
and brown spotted, medium si/-, .
LOST Saturday Aug. 8th, iji \,1-
(J) einity of San Pedro Bal)tJ>: ,is
HILL AVE. Q wearing a collar with name of
r Bill :M Hendry. and address I 1' t I
Box 2, Madison. Fla. and Phon s;
HU 3-6718 and HU 3-G7V.7
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MINOR TRAFFIC ACCIDENT
Valdosta 0ft.Don't .
Trooper Peavy reported an accident -
taking place at 7 a m Wednesday

on State Road 14,
elevenmiles
south of Madison, that involved -
Miss Grant's Big Opening Sale a 1954 Ford station wagon

driven by Morris G Steen 42, of
Shady Grove and a 1953 Chevrolet

Hundreds of Specials in Ail Departments of half-ton Hopew-ell.truck driven by Alex Tuten

Both oars were headed north

Free Lollipops For All Children crashed when the into the Ford rear station of the wagon truck.

Damage to the Ford was approxi-

mately $200.. and to the truck,
$150.

Carey Bass, a passenger in the
truck and Mr Tuten, the driver,

You Must Be both ceived suffered first aid'neck treatment.injuries and Clyde re-

311 N. Patterson St. Tuten, also an occupant of the
Satisfied or W T RANT CO station wagon escaped injury.


Your Money Back Valdosta, Georgia TELLS OF GREAT FISHING TRIP

Henry Schmutz of Jacksonville

showed a movie at the Rotary Club

meeting Wednesday of a boating and
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Salmon river fci Idaho. The Salmon
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i High Court SaysCommission river also called the River of No
HARVEST SPECIAL! [Return, falls sixteen feet per mile| ,
Large Towels, assorted colors and Mr Schmutz' experience in the
See The New1060- Can
swiftly-moving river, made mOl fA
3 for 97c I dangerous by the frequest 1>_oco-
Change Mind I cuning rapids, was quite ex mny.
DAYLIGHT DEPT. STORE I I JA I pleasing feature of the trip H! <>

COMBINATION I ,I was the fine mountain trout t ih.-
I i! 'party caught. The scenery wawon-
The Florida Supreme Court Tues- MATINEES ADDED derful. Mr Schmutz is retiring this
day upheld the Appeal Court decision '
fall from his work with the lip l-
that the Railroad Commis- [; vinator Company and plans to doa
Montieello Four matinees!
sion had authority to rescind an !
great amount of
have been added traveling.
to the racing'
earlier ruling granting temporary Visitors: at the meeting wei -
schedule at the Jefferson County i]
ALL-PURPOSE BOAT :' rate Increases to the Southeastern Kennel Club with the first on Labor, Rotarian Bill Gorham of Daytona

Telephone Company.It Day, Monday, Sept. 7. {i Beach. Dean Sands of N F J c.
will be recalled that the telephone Manager Steve Andris announced i' and Ralph Faircloth Van Rus>HI,
company last year appliedfor other matinees will be held on George Stuart Jr and Pat Cantey
rate increases and the com Saturdays. Sept. 12, Sept. 19 and Jr.
mission granted the increases Sept 20. Post time for the first of' A well
on a i' get card was signed by
On Display- 10 races on the daytime programs'
temporary basis. The commissionlater the members and sent to a fellow
has been set for 2 o'clock. i
rescinded this action but 'member;' Rev James Barber, who
Greyhound racing at the MonticeIJo : -;
Circuit Judge Taylor held that the track continues to in( is ill with a blood clot in the )leg
grow
FRI Commission could not vacate the popularity with tight kennel standings 'at the local hospital.
& SATI5 AUGI 14-15
rate hike without a public hearing. a big factor. Davis & Shaw\,
The question was then taken to holds a 58-56 lead over Star Club't 'TO CHATTAHOOCHEE CHURCH
the Court of Appeal and then to Kennel in the race for season:

the Supreme Court. honors. ,I j Rev H E Nation pastor of the
Madison Greenville and Monti- Visaila, owned by Star Clu'o. si|Assembly of God Church here for
the individual leader with nine!
cello are among the fifteen cities i I j three years, has accepted a call to
victories. Lawrence Mawn's Modem I'I
served by Southeastern and whose the pastorate of the First Assembly
Key is in second place with eight i iums. ;
telephone subscribers would under !I Jof! God Church at Chattahoochee.He .
AtWELLS I the ruling seem to stand to get ---- '''I' will preach his farewell)) sermon

BOAT SHOP rebates. Miss Marion Arnold attended the !here Sunday night and with Mrs

I i graduation of her cousin. Lonnie1!!Nation will leave Monday to enter
his
upon new pastorate.
CHARGED WITH ASSAULT T Davis Jr at the University of I I''
During the. past three years a
Florida Saturday, in Gainesville.
!,number of new members have been
Following a hearing held by She accompanied her uncle and
ON U S 90 EAST, MADISON, FLA. State Attorney Slaughter here aunt Mr and Mrs Lonnie T 'Davis' ,,'added and the Sunday School at
yesterday, Royce Herbert HendryJi tendance has doubled.
.
Sr, and another aunt, Mrs Earl
22 of
age Perry was charged
This boat, designed and built in Madison by WELLS with assault with intent to commit Warner.Look. Mrs Nancy C Scarboro of Jack-
rape upon a 15-year-old sonville, in renewing her subscription -
BOAT SHOP, is 14-ft LONG, has conventional hydro colored girl near Lamont. Bond of For I to the E-R, writes that she
Eagle'sBack
1000 was set. looks forward every week
to
bottom and sides of 7-mm It getting -
occume. has room enough the paper, and hopes the editor

to fish in-fast enough to pull skiis. Lt-Com and Mrs Chas E Busby: to School Sale will live to be as old as she is, and
that he will continue to make it his
and children Jim. Tom and Kit I hobby in his old age. Mrs Scarborois
of Jacksonville spent yesterday Ads on Pages 3 & 4 1: 84 and says she has 16 years
here with Mr I
and Mrs Jim Busby. more to get the paper.



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FRIDAY AUGUST 14th. 1959 THE F.ENTERPRISE-RECORDER OV. 'FLORIDAMrs
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Truman Cruce and son ANNUAL PICNIC
C'lyde spent last week end at Pans THE WEATHER
n i City, where they visited Mrs;II The Audrey Newman Circle will I TOBACCO HARVEST SPECIAL! I f i
Cruce's brother and family Mr have its annual picnic on next Ladies 50-yd Can-Can Slips, II 1 1i
and Mrs Ray Kinsey and children. Thursday, Aug. 20 at 6 p. m. at Week ending Aug llthI all colors II i
the Suwannee River Park, east side, I lI:1XMin Rf_ I
BIG 17 CD. FT. WIZARD Lllaville.: ( Wednesday 93 71 .00
I j Thursday 05 72 .00 $2.97 I Saturday DOUBLE, FEATURE August 15

Mr and Mrs Gerald Bland and !Friday ,
94
; 74 .00
DAYLIGHT DEPT. THE llRA .
HOME FREEZER : STORE VADO in cinema
on Tommy joined Mr and Mrs Saturday 93 73 .01 I >,ope and DeLuxe
Frank Davis and children of Jacksonville Sunday ##I'I"'II'I####" ##### I color, starring
90 74 14 Ciegory Peck, Joan Collins. One
Saturday on a tendays'vacation
$259.95Western Monday 93 ;2 .00 'by one he broke the Bravados.
trip to Richmond, Va., Merchants Organizing
Tuesday 89 MADISON Consumed by a thirst for
Little Angela Bland is visiting her! 74 .00 vengeance -
Auto Store grandparents, Mr and Mrs W G DRIVE-IN-THEATRE nor ,mercy.he had time for neither love

Pinson, while her parents are away. Total .18 Twenty-eight Madison businessmen Now under new management; openever 1
Rainfall week ending Aug 8th at met at Hotel Madison Restau- )<' night. Children under 12 COUNTRY MUSIC HOLIDAY,
u. 'XXSXXXXXat7t 71 aaaa:
Gibson Tower none Lovett Tower rant Monday night to organize a (in cars) always free. starring Ferlin Husky, Zsa Zsa
WE HAVE! 0.40 in, Aucilla Tower 1.00 in, Sin Merchants Association. A Nominating Gabor with a supporting cast of 14
clair Tower 0.20 in. Lee Tower Committee was appointed and, BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:15 P. M. top stars. A jamboree of fun and

0.50 in, Madison forestry headquarters another meeting scheduled next PROGRAM frolic. Cartoon.SundayMonday.
WIRE FENCING AND BARBED WIRE 0.10 in. Monday night, same place.
,
,. August 16, 17
FridayS
Sun I turday, August 14, 15
rises Aug 14th 6:00: am, sets NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF DOUBLE FEATURE TOM THUMB, in Technicolor,
7:17 pm.Moat. starring Russ Tamblyn
FICTITIOUS NAME with Alan
THE LEFT HANDED GUN, Paul I
sets Aug 14th 2:00 am. Newman. Young, June Thorburn. Tiny Tom
50 lb. Stock Prince Albert Moon in constellation of Scorpio Thumb's adventures will have you
Notice is plus
hereby given that I
SALT $1.20 TOBACCO Can 15c Aug 14th. laughing with delight. Good things
intend to register the name, MADISON KATHY 0, Dan Duryea, Jan come in small packages and Tom
3 lb. New Sweet 35 in. WIRE High tide Aug 14th at St Marks SUPPLY COMPANY, and the Sterling, Patty McCormack, Mary Thumb is the smallest package of
POTATOES 25C FENCE per roll $15.00 light 11:16: pm. trade mark MASCO, located in Fickett. entertainment dynamite ever to ex-
Madison, Florida at Pest Office I plode
the
Box 668, in compliance with Sec- Sunday-Monday, August 16>. 17 on screen. Cartoon.

Vandals tion 865.09 Florida Statutes. RIO BRAVO, John Wayne, Ricky Tuesday-Wednesday, August 18, 19
WHILE IN TOWN THIS WEEKENDSee Wreck ALBERT FIORI 50.4t-ch Nelson, Dean Martin, DOUBLE FEATURE

us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT- Tues-Wed-Thurs, August 18, 19, 20 THIS ANGRY AGE, in Technira-
Scout Camp DOUBLE FEATURE ma & Technicolor, starring Anthony
VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS New Goodyear All-Weather tube- YANKEES I Perkins, Silvana Mangano. Today's'upandK'
Tab Hunter, Gwen
Vandals last week wrecked a type recappable tire, 6:70 x 15 Verdon. ming young star in a
camp near Blue Springs which was picture actually filmed in Thailand.
plus
J. I. SURLES & SONS
being used by some forty Boy $12.95 plus tax THE TREASURE OF PANCHO The young hungers in the age-old
orient as a love typhoon the
Scouts sweeps
from Ft Lauderdale. The VILLA, Rory Calhoun, Shelley
108 S. Horry Phone HU 3-2395, :Madison Fla. tents were cut down and a canoe MESSER BATTERY & TIRE CO.4000000n00. 'Winters, Bert Roland. screen ation. in a story of a raging gener-

cut loose. $1.00 A CARLOAD
s,sx s s s\v : :: :: :
----- LIFE BEGINS AT 17, starring
Mark Damon, Dorothy Johnson with
BOY'S BETTER Ann Doran, Ed Byrnes. The storyof
BACK-TO-SCHOOL Specials 9 a girl's first teen-age crush.
KNIT .SHIRTS Cartoon.

All First Quality At The Riviera styling by "Paddle and Saddle" and "Tom Thursday-Friday, August 20, 21

Sawyer" Cut for comfort. Sizes 6 to 20 << DOUBLE FEATURENO
Lo."estrlces. ,. I s NAME ON TilE BULLET,
OUR REGULAR $1.98 & $2.98
in cinemaScope and Eastman color,
starring Audie Murphy, Charles
Brand New Drake, Joan Evans. Murder in the
2 $300 west,-who is the killer stalking?
FOR BACK TO SCHOOL
For Red-blooded action and thrills. It's

BOYS BETTER SHORT SLEEVE f .1 double-oarreled and loaded with
suspense.
SPORT SHIRTS I i
: ENEMY FROM SPACE, starring:
By a GENUINEARGYLE BOY'S Brian Donlevy Sidney James, Vera
ri
"Tom Sawyer" and "Sedgefield"Dan a 0 Day. The mysterious investigation
S-T-R-E-T-C-H : that revealed a plan to destroy the
River plaids and ginghams, wash 'n wear SOCKS world. Strange missiles that fell

prints and solids SOCKS from the heavens-and left their
Soft combed cotton, vat dyedWon't
SIZES 6 to 18: OUR REGULAR $1.98 TO $2.98 mark on human beings. Cartoon.
fade. Sizes 10 to 13: Sizes 6 to 81-8i\ to 10i

SPECIAL GROUP Regular 69c and 79c OUR REGULAR 49c & 59c TRUCK AND SEDAN CRASHA


2. $ 00 at .$1.22 traffic accident at 3:25 p. nt.
Tuesday six miles south of Madi-
I I Ot'r. son on State Road 1-1 involved
a
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,, iyj"j Chevrolet Utility truck driven
-- WIIWtl1.V" I 1 by Eddie Wesley Hunter, age 43,
and a 1951 Studebaker sedan drivenby
ATHLETIC Malcolm Hajes Leite.
BOY'S OKLAHOMA KID f According to Patrolman Kilpat-
-. TENNIS I SHOES rick both vehicles were traveling

.-.. IVY SLACKS WESTERN JEANS A north when the Studebaker, in at-
; ,. By"CONVERSE" tempting to pass the truck which
O 10-oz. Coarse Weave
a tvai on the wrong side of the road,
,4 Sanforized polished cotton in O Sanforized Denim <" '" Boy's Sizes 1 to 6 struck it. Damage to the Studebaker -
Bar tacked At Points Of was approximately $150, and
solids and stripes. Flap on Strain to the truck 52:>. No one was injured -

back pockets. Sizes 6 to 18. SIZES 4 to 16 ; $ 2 79 and no charges were made.
Both drivers were from Perry.
OUR REGULAR $3.98 51.59 ------
or Dr and Mrs Jim Wardlaw form
MEN'S SIZES 6 to 12 er residents visited Mr and Mrs
I Pierce Wade last week enroute to

: $,t $ 298 2 $ 3 were visit his involved mother in in a Maryland.four car wreckat They

Pro one Jesup was injured.Ga. -x-on the trip but no


Col Richard C Kadel of Lake
MEN'S QUALITY UNDERWEAR Worth was the guest of Mr and

DAN RIVER SHEETS "BOSTON" BELTS SHORTS & Mrs Pierce Wade la: >t week.

UNDERSHIRTSx I :-

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WHITE MUSLIN Boys and Mens 20 to 44 I SIZES 28 TO 44; 36 TO 46 ,,1 ?

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OUR REGULAR 59c EACH

Trim, tapered, tough! Porportioned: A .', SIZES 4 TO 16 Stop worrying about .

sizes in sturdy 132-oz. denim. Sanforized child's education
your ;
to wash without ca're.REGULARS 2 For 87 c insure it the exclusive

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1316._". __ $3.49 55'< dacron, 45 rayon, dark and

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S YOUTH'S SIZES $3.79 and fancies.
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>t.Y. MEN'S SIZES $3.9 S OUR REGULAR $6.93 PAIR Life
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10-20_ Each or Pre
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Ph. HU 32551. P. O. Box: 292
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JUST IN TIME FOR
Dan River Plaids.

Woven Checked Ginghsm \\ j7 BACK-TO-SCHOOL

A Paisley Prints

o Piaid Solid Styling As seen in "Seventeen," "Charm," a

# "Glamour" and other national maga
f Shirtwaist- New Collar t
zines. ;
ii v Jacket Effect -Jumper Styles Kay Junior ?

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_: SIZES 3 TO 6x Carol Rogers

: SIZES 7 to 14 0 Windy Woods /11

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$1 1.98 and $2.9 8 Henry Teena Rosenfield PaigeMcKettrick ) f RESERVED QUANTITY RIGHTS


Hope Reed I II I

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REPEAT BY POPULAR DEMAND j
$5 98 $14 95
GIRL'S FIRST QUALITY To .


BATISTE PANTIES I NEWEST STYLES: Sheaths are beautiful this year. Sleeve treatments and large ;; 1

withFrench collars are NEW! Shirt waist casuals are wonderfully wearable, and there is a

I lace; combed cotton batiste, bias cut; double seat strong and new color story this year 1

for added strength-Sizes 2 to 14: Our regular 69c and79c.
LADIES FIRST QUALITY I
EAGLES BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL I
RAYON PANTIES \ y

2 Pr. $1 0 0 Finest Run-Proof Knit with Elastic or Band Leg. I : 1 1 1

e SIZES 5-6-7 SIZES: 8-9-10-11 !

OUR REGULAR 49c OUR REGULAR 69c


GIRLS Her Majesty/ 'ps 3 Pr. $1.00 2 Pr. $1.00 : COR:


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Sanforized cotton with tuck and grow waist seam and elastic
under arm insert scientifically porportioned for perfect fit. SLIP I SPECIAL I I


SIZES 4 TO 14 ,} / EAGLE'S DOUBLE TOP QUALITY PANEL SLIPS
: $
,- BACKTOSCHOOLSPECIAL. 1 0 0 t 1 OPAQUE NYLON TRICOT BE

... : ANDDACRONNYLONCOTTON
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f %\fl SIZES 32 TO 46
v- $4.98 VALUE
ACTION CUFF 4: y
GOWNS andPAJAMAS ; ..
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$ 2 98

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BY NANCY NOBLE Shorty, Pop-Over or Waltz Length r -
ONE GROUP FOR
in nylon, dacron, cotton and soft
Soft combed cotton with
cotton batiste laced eyelet trim. BACKTOSCHOOLBABY
nylon reinforced heel and
DOLLPAJAMAS ,
SIZES S-M-L
toe. Our regular 49c each.

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2pr.87c $2 98 J, Soft Cotton Batiste Charge"l At Your Favorite A ;r:ay019Da

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IMPROPER SIGNALS north of Madison. treated for minor bruises on the CHARGED WITH GIVING MINOR ACCIDENT
CAUSE ACCIDENT I Patrolman Kilpatrick, said Mob-'J right leg and ribs. IMPROPER SIGNAL I
ley failed to give a proper signalin Damage to the Davis car was t Arthur Henry Schmidt Jr drivinga
Theodore Mobley, colored, was I making a left turn and the.:approximately $250, and $200 to Adis Bennett, colored, age 53 1958 Ford convertible, and C E
charged with giving an improper I Davis car crashed into the rear of j'the Mobley car. was charged with giving improper Petree driving a 1947 Dodge pickup -
signal; causing an accident at 11:051 I the Mobley car. Mrs Davis, &I II signal in connection with an auto- crashed at the intersection of
a m Sunday involving a 1959 Ford I I passenger in the Davis car, was of Jacksonville mobile accident at 5 p m Friday, Cherry Lake Drive and a cut-off
Mrs Roberta
sedan driven by Rev C B Davis of II admitted to the local hospital for Tompkins for week's- Aug 7, on State Road 14, four Sunday at 12:10 p m resulting in
came Tuesday a
Madison, and Mobley's car, a 1931: I treatment for lacerations of the visit with her sister, Mrs W C miles south of Madison. $150 damage to the Ford and $100
Ford sedan, on S R 53 five miles. right knee, and Mr Davis was Copeland Sr. According to Trooper Peavy damage to the pick-up, accordingto h
Bennett, driving a 1948 Chevrolet investigating officer Patrolman 5' ,
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I sedan failed to give the proper Kilpatrick. No one was hurt, and .''i
signal when turning off the road I no charges were made.
and a 1935: Chevrolet pick-up --r
ANNOUNCINGMR. truck, driven by Edgar Adams 39 Miss Judy Davis and Olaf Berg-
of Shady Grove, in the same direction wall of Macon Ga, were over night
crashed into the side of guests of Miss Davis' parents Mr
Bennett's car. Both vehicles were t and lIrsV B Davis Jr Sunday l
considerably damaged. The drivers'night. They were en route to
Macon from Waycross where they
escaped injury. II
spent the weekend and where Mr
W. G. SHELDON DOZlGR
Bergwall was a participant in the
Mr and Mrs Virgil Henry accompanied Georgia State Golf Tournament. Mr
by their son S-Sgt..Bergwall recently won the golfing
REGISTERED PHARMACISTIsNowAtThe Virgil Henry Jr were visiting in]!championship in Macon. I /
West Palm Beach last .week. Their! RAxhRF1h
i -x-
daughter-in-law, Mrs Wallace Henry I
1 i I Mr and Mrs James Stanley left
is very ill. They brought their two,
grandchildren, Tim and Bonnie Tuesday'!' for a several days' vacation -
home with them for several weeks' in the mountains of North
;
visit {I Carolina and Tennessee. They will BE
: -x- I(Visit Camp Cloud-mount in Valley-
Mr and Mrs B G Wyche and head, Ala and bring their son, Jim
children left Tuesday on vacation i home with them. Jim has been an
trip to St. Augustine, Marineland I[
A
: : :' Smith Drug Store Cypress Gardens, Bok Tower, the I outstanding the camper this summer.
Great Masterpiece and other pointsof He won camp championship
interest. I in tennis.

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We call for( and Deliver Prescriptions : ,. Look For Eagle's I BABY HENRY rr DIES ,
The inte.-t daughter of Mr and
Back School Sale I yir Wallace Henrv passed away
Phone HU 3-6262 Madison Fla. to Friday. Aucust 7. She was laid to
I
._ rest at Palm BP2- b. She was the
Ads on Pages3&4 I rranddauchter of Mr and 'Mrs Virgil 40.,. LUSTRE CREME
Henry of Madison.

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SIX THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, ;MADISON, FLORIDA -
FRIDAY.
AUGUST llth 1959
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NOTICE NOTICE I 35: 2n Se 214-E% of S'VV%
KOnCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TAX CERTIFICATES OX THE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED of SEU SWU of r-.r:%.. & .

FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC LANDS ON WHICH MINERAL OIL AND OTHER SUB-SURFACE West 14 acres of SEU of

AUCTION AT 11:00 A. M. ON THE 14th DAY OF SEPTEMBER RIGHTS HAVE BEEN ASSESSED WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- NEIL & NEU of SE ., (Bem-

1939 AT THE COURTHOUSE IN ADISON, COUNTY OF MADISON, TION ON THE 14th DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1959, AT 11:00 A.1.. I bry) ....................h..h...........--- R II Wood, et al 10.53L
STATE OF FLORIDA, TO PAY THE AMOUNT DUE FOR TAXES, AT THE COURTHOUSE IN MADISON, MADISON COUNTY, STATEOF 4 In 9e 80-W'2 of SWU (Plant) J Scanlon et al 3.63
5 In 9e 80-E':: of SEU, (Plant) L J Scanlon et al 3.68
FLORIDA, TO PAY THE AMOUNT DUE FOR TAXES
TOGETHER WITH ALL COSTS OF SUCH SALE AND ADVERTISING. TOGETHER -
1 2n 9e 80 N'2 of NEU (Goody) Bill McBirney, et al 3.63
STATUTES SEC WITH ALL COSTS OF SUCH SALE AND ADVERTISING
FLORIDA 1935152.
2 2n 9e 200-SWI.. & SWU of

DESCRIPTION NAME Tax & Costs AS PROVIDED FOR IN SEC. 193.221 FLORIDA STATUTES 1937. SEU, (Wyche) .........................._ P. II Wood, et al 8.71
1 2s 6e 20--N ,i of SW'ofNW (PROPERTY OWNER'S NAME APPEARS AFTER EACH DESCRIPTION 3n 9e 283-Lot No. 164 & all

1 .................................-_.-..._ Jessie Lee WIndom, et al 8.71 *. East of Pub Rd of Lot 165,
2 2s 6e 78-E% of NEU, less DESCRIPTION OWNER Tax &Costs Orig Gal (Coody) .........--...___ Bill McBimey et al 12.23
2 acres in NE Corner Jessie Lee WIndom, et al 31.38 21 Is 5e 40-NWU of SWU, 36 3n 9e -S'i of SEU (Coody) Bill McBimey et al 3.68J

2 2s 6e 2-2 acres in NE Cor of (Dutton) h......-.........._.................... p M Peteet, et al 2.67 31 2n lOe 40-NWU of NW .,
E% of NWU ._ Will Simmons 1.91 1 2s 5e 510-E1 of Wk, \V% (Cook) ........................................ B Cook et al 2.67
15 2s 6e 8O-NE of SW .. & of El/2, EV2 of SE .. SWU 3n tOe 233-Lots No. 163 164,
SEt of NWU .- Woodrow Lewis 26.84 of SWU and all East of County 205, 206. Orig Ga 15th Dist.
Town of Sirmons-Lot No. 11, road of NWU of SWU, and Recd DB 34 PG 551 (Coody) Bill McBirney, et al 10.34
Blk 5 .- Est. R CReams 2.67 all East of St Road & County 31 3n 10e 130-W 2 of N% of
Town of Sirmons-Lots No. 12, Rd of W1 of NW ., (Hornsby) Joseph M Perkins, et al 22.41 SWU of SWU, S1- of W& of
13, 14, Blk 5 ._ J A Campbell 4.18 2 2s 5e 40 SEU of SE ., SWU of SEU, S!2 of SVs of

34 Is 7e 2--Part of SEU of SEU (Hornsby) "-"-'''''''''h'''-''"?,,,,,,,,,,, Joseph M.. Perkins. et al 2.67 SWU, & all lying East of RR
Reed DB 74 PG 374 .........- Wade Hampton : 3.05 7 2s 6e 88-S 1'z of SW%, less 2 of SWU of NE!., N% of
17 2s 7e 100-E1 of SW u of acres & all south of RR, SWU SWU of NEIL, fraction of

SWU, SEU of SW ., & NWU of SEU, (Bryan) .................... Joseph M Perkins et ai 4.68 NWU of NE!;. & so much of
of SW lt .- Morris C Steen 33.76 17 2s 6e 120-N',fc of NW%. &: Lot 206 Orig Ga 15th Dist,
8 Is 8e 344-All South & Westof SEU of NW%, (Reams) Joseph M. Perkins et al 5.69 Reed DB 32 PG 247 (Coody) Bill McBirney, et :al 957F
Greenville & Sampala RD 18 2s 6e 137/2-Nfc: of SW% of 3n lOe 96-East 96 acres of Lot

of Sec 8 ._._m.m._... Harry &: Virginia Merritt 122.51 NEIL, & all south & west of No. 204 Orig Ga Survey 16th

17 Is 8e 160-N% of N% -.- Harry & Virginia Merritt 76.19 RR of N'fc of NE%, NH of Dist (Corbett) .................._.._ A Stacey. et al 5.44
4 2s 8e 115-W& of SWU, & NWU, (Bryan) ...m............._... Joseph M. Perkins et al 7.45 7 In lie 120( -El/2 of SWU, &
SWU of NWU, less 5 acres 2 Is 7e 80-NEU of SWU, & W& of W',2 of SEU, (Dixon) Sidney A Stubbs et al 5.69

in NW Corner ..............-....-- Est. J E Tuten EX 2/10 28.10 SW It of SWU. (Shackelford) Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 19 In lie -All North of ST
2S In 6e-Part of E% of SEU 17 Is 7e 120-SE of SW%, & RD of W2 of NWU (Dixon) Sidney A Stu bs. et al ,2.29 ,
Recd DB 66 PG 296 Mrs Rebecca Norwood 2.29II N% of SW%, (Sullivan) R H Wood, et al ; 5.69 PAT MILLINOR. Tax Collector Madison County Fla. '
; In 7e 1-Part of SWU of 24 Is 8e 40-SEU of NWU,

SWU Recd DB 60 PG 121 Nathaniel Stephens *' .' 2.67 (Robinson) .h......_..................__.- R H Wood, et al 2.67 Look For Eagle'sBack CIRCLE MEETS
17 In 7ePart of SEU of 15 Is 10e 80--SU of SW .. I Mrs C S Blalock entertained the t

SE!:; Recd DB 66 PG 507 ?. Nathaniel Stephens 4.94 (Hale) ..................-......................._ Bill McBirney, et al 'i 4.55 Helen Parramore Circle Monday I
20 In 7e 1 1/5-Part of SWU of 17 Is lOe 50-South 50 acres of to School Sale afternoon with thirteen members. I

SEt Reed DB 51 PG 376ViUi Lee Cowart 23.82 E& of NWU, (Moncrief) Bill McBirne ', et al 3.28 Miss Whittle Dickinson opened I

Blk C Lakeview S/D-Lot No. 12 Roger T Coker 2.55 17 Is lOe 160 W'/z of SEU, & Ads 3 & 4 the program with prayer and
Elk 34 Town of Greenville E'.4 of SWU, (Beasley) -...- Bill McBirney et al 7.93 on Pages Mr Roger Asbury gave the devotional I

Lots No. 18. 19, 20, 21 ............ Clarence Bellamy 23.82 20 Is lOe 40- NWU of NE ., reading. Mrs J B Davis
Blk 36 Town of Greenville All of Clarence Bellamy 11.99 (Beasley) ........---..................-....-. Bill McBirney, et al 2.67 Mrs E E Hadden entertained the read a story from the Methodist
Elk 40 Town of Greenville- 34 Is lOe 210-S Z of NWU, Hadden-Morrow circle of the
Woman. Mrs J C Burnette chairman -
Lots No31 & 32 .- Bud Bee 4.94 N% of SW'.. SWU of SW ., Methodist church Monday after-
Blk 49 Town of Greenville & West 10 acres of SEU of noon with seven members. Mrs C presided when plans were

Lots No. 3 & 4 .................-..-- R C Robinson .. 31.38 SWU, (Phillips) ?........-........- Bill McBirney, et al 10.08 C Matheny opened the program made for Church activities and the
Elk 49 Town of Greenville 1 2s lOe 90-S'2 of SWU & with devotional and MrsV H monthly Men's Club supper. The

Lots No. 15, 16 ................--..-.- J Vickers, Est. 4.94 South 10 acres of NWU of : Williamson gave the spiritual life hostess served sandwiches, cookies
Bit 49 Town of GreenvilleLot SWU (Almond) -.............--._. Bill McBirney. et al 5.06 thought on the subject Success' and cold drinks. ..
No. 5 ...:..-..-..-....- P H Hagan 3.05 2 2s 10e 80-Wi of SWU, (An- Secret. The hostess served cake and

BIk 51 Town of Greenville derson) ...........---._--......-----.-....- Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 ice cream. Mr and Mrs Ed Scanlan and
.......... :" 3 2s lOe 80 N% of
Lots No. 8, 9, 22. 23 .. C H Miller 5 8.71 NWU, -x- two
Blk] 51 Town of Greenville- (Mathis) _......____..__............_ Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 Mr and Mrs Virgil Henry and children. Sally and Mike left
Sunday to join Mrs Scanlan's
Lots No. 15, 16 less road J Vickers, Est I 4.94| 10 2s lOe 40-NWU of NWU, Virgil Henry Jr visited James sister

Blk B Southern Sawmill S/D (Bass) ........-.....-..-----....- Bill McBirney et al 2.67 Henry and Mr and Mrs L D Mrs Frances Jones for a
Lot No. 2 .-..-..... J H Hodge 4.94 28 2s 10e 160-W fc of NEU, Mardsen recently in Winter Park. week's vacation at Daytona Beach.
Blk E Southern Sawmill SID NEIL of NW%, & SE% of -x:- -x-
No. .. "*' NEIL, (Rowe) .. .. 7.71 Mr and Mrs Joe Hill Smith
2 .
Lot ---- Alex Demps 4.94 --- --- Bill McBirney et al The home of Mr and Mrs J D spent
Blk 28 Town of Madison- Lot 4 33 Is lie 80-8& of SEU Scruggs Jr is undergoing exten- Sunday here with Mrs T F Hay.

No 180 ...............................---.- Cruce & lacone 416.61 (Black) .......-.-....._-...-- Bill McBimey. et al 4.18 sive re-modeling and the familyis Friends will be glad to learn that
Blk 8 Fraleigh-Smith SID- 34 Is lie 55%-Lots No. 8 & 9
occupying of the Tooke Mrs Hay is from
one recovering a recent -
No. 8 (Black) .... .. ..
Lot 3.05
.. North 50 ft of Joe &: Gussie Williams 8.71 -- - Bill McBirney. et al i
. houses illness.SUWANNEE .
while the work is being done.I
llt13 Fraleigh-Smith SID- 3 2s lie 80-Lot No. 4, & N&

SVs of Lots No.1 & 2 ... Theodore Warren 38.93 of NWU of SW%, (Black) Bill McBimey, et al 4.18 1" ---
22 In -Part of NEU of SEU 4 2s He 400-NEU, NU of

Reed DB 87 PG 180 ..._-._- Leatha Cook 4.94 SE%. E'fc of SWU. SEU of I
Pope SDLots No. 129 & 130 0 L & Dorothy Jackson 61.08 NWU, & SWU of SE .,

Blk B Plant Add-Lots No.1. (Black) .........--..--------_...--...--..... Bill McBirney, et at 17.27 RIVER

2. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 ......................-.. Willie & Mary Love 8.71 9 2s lie 40-N'/z of NEU of
Blk C Plant Add-Lots No.8, NWU, & WU of NWU of

9, 10 ...............................-.....--.. Joe & Mary Graham 6.83 NE!%, (Black) .,.-.-..--.-- Bill McBirney, et al 3.17
Blk F Plant Add-Lot No. 10 Ollie & Rosa Frazier 4.44 2 In 7e 160 W',i of NEU. &

27 tn 9e-Part of SEU of NEt W4 orVJ (Loughridge) j B Rountree, et al 7.21 JUNIOR COLLEGE

Reed DB 64 PG 63 ...........-. Will Gibson 4.94 13 In 7e 80-E',2 of SE%. I
Blk A Vickers S/D-Lot No. 13 Clemia Bradley 4.44 (Mueller) ..........-..-.....-...-....... Bill McBirney, et al 4.18
Blk A Vickers SID-Lot No. 16 Clem Bradley & Ernest McGhee 4.44 15 In 7e 480-N& Nof I

Blk A Vickers S/D-Lot No. 20 James Barfield 4.44 S',2, (Loughridge) ..................- j B Roundtree, et al 19.29 FOR NEGRO STUDENTS
27 In 9e '2-Part of S2 of 24 In 7e 80-E ;i of NEU, i -

NWU Reed DB 73 PG 331'illie McCray & Perry Oliver 454 (Mueller) .mm............................. Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 !
Blk A Hal Stoy S/D-Lot No. 29 Leonard & Willie Mae Brinson 4.44 35 la 7e 640-All of (Loughridge) j B Roundtree' et al 2-1.83''
Blk B Hal Stoy S/D-Lots No. 1 2n 7e 280-W'2 of NEU. E6

& 10 ............... ..........---..-....---. Letha M Brown 4.91 of !NWU NWU of NWU, & Opening Aug. 31MADISON
Blk 6 J L& W L Tooke S/D N4! of SEU, (Loughridge) .... j B Roundtree, et al 12.23

Lot No. 9 ........-...............---..-.-..- Peter Buggs d 4.91 11 2n 7e 240-SWU, SWU of
Elk 2 East Madison SLot N1V& SEU of SEI", (Lough-

No. 4 ...........................................- Est R L Chancey 4.94 ridge) ......................................-..... j B Roundtree. et al 10.72 IN
Madison SID-Lots 12 2n 7e 200-SEU of NEU,
Elk 9 East
No. 4 & 13 ......-......-...............-.-- Annie C Holmes ..- 4.94 E% of SEU, & SWU of SE!.,
& SEU of SWU (Lough-
Elk 15 East Madison S/D-Lots FLA.
No. 7 & 8 ..................n.-..-- Oscar Kelly 4.94 ridge) ...............-............._........... j B Roundtree et al 9.71
Elk A Vickers SDLot No. 2 Martha McDaniel 4.41 13 2n 7e 160-NEU (Lough-

Blk A Vickers S/D-Lot No. 8 Martha McDaniel 4.44 ridge) ............_...._......_m_ j B Roundtree et al 721 OFFERING THE FOLLOWING
14 2n 7e 160 (
NEU Lough-
-
SID-Lot No. 30
Blk B Vickers Joe Williams 4.44 .
BIk D Vickers .S/D-Lot No. 2 Margaret Moore t 4.41 ridge) ..........._.......................-.-. j' B Roundtree et al 7.21
15 2n 7e 200-\V'4 of NEIL TWO-YEAR
S/D Lot No. 3 STUDY PROGRAMS
Blk D Vickers Martha Mitchel 4.44 :
N!i of SWU SEU of NWU.
Blk D Vickers S/D-Lot No. 10 Ernest Clark 4.44 ,
No. (Loughridge) .............._.......-.- j B Roundtree, et al 9.21
Elk D Hal Stoy S/D-Lot 5IIlie McCray ? 4.44
Blk L Magnolia Heights S/D- 21 2n 7e 280-SEU, Stt of NE%, 1. General! College Courses

Lot No. 20 ........................._..._ Henry & Daniel G Smith 4.94 & NEVI of NEIL, (Loughridge) j B Roundtree. et al 11.73
"' 22 2n 7e 240 SWU & Wi of
..
Elk L Magnolia Heights SID-
Lot No, 1 Henry & Emma Smith 4.91 SE ., (Loughridge) --......- j B Roundtree, et al 10.22 2. Pre-Business Education Course
> 25 2n 7e 80-SH of SWU .
Blk I Magnolia Heights SID-
(Loughridge) ........._........... et al 4.18
Lot No. 10 .............__..._.._..._._._ Sylvester Bryant 4.18 -- j B P.oundtree >
26 2n 7e 480 Stz ofV%, 3. Pre-Enginearing Course
McKenney Add-Lots No. 11 & 12 John Tompkins. 6.33
Nof SWU. & SEU of SWU.SEU ,
2S In 9e-Lots No. 6 & 7 .....-.-.... John Bradley 6.33
SU of NE ., & NEU
Blk 10 J L & W L Tooke S/D
of NE ., (Loughridge Roundtree et al 20.29 4.
Lot No. 7 ... ......................___....... Hal&Eaey J Henderson, etal 16.27 ) -- J B PreLavCourse
27 2n 7e 160-NEU, (Lough-
33 In 9e 2-2 acres in SW Cor ofNEU :- ridge) ......................................._ J B Roundtree et al 7.21 I .
of NEU ........._...._._.__ Est. Steve Wood 3.05
28 2n 7e 120-NEU of"E ., 5. Pre-Medica3) Course
31 3n 9e 24-North 24 acres of
SEU of SEU & SEU of SWU,
SEA of SWU ............__.__......__. Est. Ruben Jarvis 10.22 ,
(Loughridge) ......__..............___ J B Roundtree et al 6J.?
5 2n lOe 74V% of NWU,
: 31 2n 7e 280-S> of NEU, Nl'z
except tt acres to ST Rd .......- D TVashin'gton 29.49 of SEt, EH: of SWU. & 6. Pre-Nursing (Course

6 2n tOe *a_H acre in SW Cor of SWU of SWU, (Loughridge) j B Roundtree; et al 12.23
NEU of SEU ........ ,, Est C J Wolfe 8.71
'''' '''h'''
33 2n 7e 520-XE1.4. SW 4. W%
6 2n lOe-Part of SEt of SEt of SEU, S'.4 of NWU, & 7. Terminal Courses (Trades) will

-I Recd DB 47 PG 143 except NEt of NWU, (Loughridge) j B Roundtree, et al 21.29
t amt said: to others ...._______._.---.. J C StricklandEdgar 5.44 &
35 3n 7e 120-8% of NWU,
13 2n 10e 674-All East of NWU of NWU. (Loughridge) j B Roundtree, et al 5.69 be offered as demands justify.
NWU _._ 27.60
Road of Rains
State I 7 In 8e 200-S of S%, NEUof
25 in -Part of NE t Reed SE V., (Mueller) _...._._ Bill McBirney, et al 8.71
DB 81 PG 40 'h............_._._... J B Delaughter 4.94 For Further Information, Write:
PAT MILLINOR. Tax Collector, Madison County. Fla. 8 In 8e 40 SWU. of SE .,

(Mueller) _.........._.._.__..._ Bill McBirney et al 2.67 REGISTRAR
COLORED FUNERALS Mr and Mrs G H Mears and

children Frank and Harry, have 9 In 8e 20 WH of NWU of
Funeral services for Robert Collins returned to their home in Rochester SWU, (Mueller) ..._.-.__ Bill McBirney. et al 1.91 JENYETHEL N. MERRITTOR
who died an accidental deathat
,
Miami July 26 were held from Mich alter a several days visit 17 In 8e 460-WH, W% of

Shiloh Baptist church. Greenville, with Mrs Mears' mother. Mrs H SE'.. SWU of NE%. & W 4

with the pastor in charge. Burial O. Thompson in Greenville. While of NWU of NEIL, (Mueller) Bill McBirney, et al 19.03
New Hope cemetery, near here they visited in Jacksonville PRESIDENT
was in Ft Walton Beach Perry Quitmanand IS In 8e 640-All of. (Mueller) Bill McBirney. et al' 2433
:f
Quitman. fc;
JAMES
Cleveland J. GARDENERBOX
Funeral services for Madison. 19 In 8e 160-All North of
Postel who died at his home railroad (Mueller) __ Bill McBirney et al 7.21
Monday. Aug. 10. will be held from will follow at Concord cemetery. 772, MADISON, FLORIDAP.4CR
Mt Moriah Baptist church Clifton.: TUlman..James: Funeral Home in 20 In 8e 10-All North of Rail- .

Sunday Aug. 16, at 2 p. 11". Burial' charge. road (Mueller) ...-.. Bill McBirney, et at 1.53



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AUGUST 14th 1959 THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN



44.95-79.95-99.00 / Look For Eagle'sBack i


to School Sale


Ads on Pages 3 & 4

,
--

Revival Services .


Rev Eldridge Deasley of Sanford
Miss., will hold revival services at
Macedonia Baptist church beginning -
t:: ::;-r(1 Sunday, August 16th, at 11

am and continuing through Sunday

F ? +trLr August 23rd. Services each night
at 8.The.
t ..
Y.

.. question of Wednesday or
6 f t 3. "+
Thursday half holiday in Madisonwill
5pc7pc - 44.95 come up again at a meeting

next Monday night in the Madison
Mr. and Mrs. John :\McMullen: Restaurant. A meeting was held this

.79.95 of Jacksonville, Florida past Monday night, but decisionwas

announce the engagement of their daughter deferred. Objection has been
raised to the proposed change to
99.00 Sandra Lee
9pc- to Wednesday afternoon since Wednesday -
night has been taken for
Sidney Prentiss Cherryson prayer meeting and choir practice

A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WILL DELIVER THE of Mr. and lIrs.1.. W. Cherryof night and this would conflict witha

Lee Florida lengthy afternoon outing. Since
DINETTE SUITE OF YOUR CHOICE TO YOUR DOOR
The wedding will take place Sunday, September 13, two large grocery stores close
at 4 o'clock in Church of The Good Shepherd, Jackson- Wednesday afternoons any way.
ville, Florida. Wednesday afternoon advocates
wish to make the closing uniform
Miss McMullen is a graduate of Robert E Lee High
DOWLING FURNITURE CO i I instead of having two afternoons
School in Jacksonville. She attended Virginia Interment
partially holiday. Some also wantto
College in Bristol, Virginia, and Jacksonville University.Mr close the stores at six o'clock

Cherry is a graduate of Madison High School. .

128 N. Patterson Valdosta, Ga CH 2-1515 He served Feed in the Store.Air Force and is now employed atCherry's on Saturdays.Mr -x-

and Mrs E L home and

------ -- ---- All friends and relatives are invited to attend. children, Buddy and Sheryl, returned
I ]New 1 Grant's In Valdosta to Lakeland Monday after
Look For Eagle's Mrs James Harvey entertainedthe spending a week with Mr and Mrs
I Wilna Pnillips Circle Monday, 0 II Home of Cherry Lake.

Once In A Lifetime Back School Sale afternoon with 11rsV A Barfiek. -1'-C CJCX't'C laXt-----"-,-'-t1'11't'1L1- 1
A New Grant's Store opens in to I co-chairman, presiding. Mrs Harvej
Valdosta! Friday, August 14th at TOBACCO HARVEST SPECIAL!
presented the program from th c ,
9 a. m. Ads .! Rayon Bedspreads, SO x 100 A
on Pages 3 & 4 study Concerns of a Continent. Sh(
In this week's issue of the Enter- .
talked on the work of the churcf ;
prise-Recorder, a map of the new in Hawaii and Canada and show eachs '

Now 50 Per Cent off store public.location for the and convenience opening is of advertised the- OAK( HILL NEWS\ had slides previously of parts of visited.the country The hostes sh<\,I DAYLIGHT$2.49 DKPT. STORK ,

served ice cream and cookies. 1 'oc::=>nent =:::>oc ::=>oir < =:
The new store has the latest
modern fixtures for lights, air Mrs Clara Smith of Goshen .
ON conditioning, conveniences, a snack Indiana and Mr and Mrs Max :
bar and the offices are in the back Delahunt and Mr and Mrs B J

of the store and can be seen from Delahunt and younger brother of ZO3vr

the front. Jacksonville spent last weekend : :
Yardley Men's ToiletriesWE Clothing for the family, shoes, with Mr and Mrs S E Delahunt.
household needs, candy, nuts and Their son Eldon returned with
many useful items will be sold in :
them for a short visit.
this store.
I Mr and Mrs Lon Terry spent
closed
ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SERVE YOU The older Grant's store I
three years ago alter being in Sunday with Mr and Mrs Lee
business since 1932 to open in Anderson of Crawfordville. Mr

larger quarters.Mr Terry's auction Saturday was a ,
Madison StoreMADISON'S H G Woodall, a native of huge success and he wishes to
Drug Griffin Ga is manager. thank all who made it possible.Mr .

and Mrs J H Ambrose of : -' 4

EXCLUSIVE FULL LINE YARDLEY Micanopy, spent Friday night at f ws. Y
, BUSINESS TO LOCATEIN
NEW r
Hickory Grove with Misses Willie
DEALER
MADISONThe {
and Maggie Ambrose. They spent Nf.
Phone HU 3-2300 Saturday with Mr and Mrs Lon .

formation of the Madison Terry. Y'h
Supply Company was announced. Mrs G S Drinkard of Lynchburgspent on w

this week byIr Albert Fiori. July 29th with her aunt, 1
xx as-"' cxa" L V SIMPSON DIES IN LARGOL Operating under the trade name Mrs M J Donelly. Mrs A Donald- .;..t. if S ew ass

New Goodyear All-Weather tube- of MASCO, the company will son and Mrs Dedie Gregol of Tampa
.a
.
V Simpson, native of Madison .
type recappable tire, 6:70 x 15 a furnish complete lines of main- arrived Friday: to spend some time
county died Wednesday in Lar- tenance and custodial supplies. with their mother, Mrs Donelly.Mr .

$12.95 plus tax go. Among the products to be sup- and Mrs Charles Terry and
plied at wholesale level are floor family of St Augustine visited l\1r I t

:MESSER BATTERY & TIRE CO. UNCLE JACK NEWSOME cleaners waxes floor maintenance and Mrs It Terry Wednesday. Also
PASSES equipment, rest room supplies. visiting them Thursday; were Mr
insecticides automotive chemicals, and Mrs Clinton Platt and familyof

1,748,000 POUNDS Jack Newsome, 75, of Lee, died restaurant and kitchen detergents, Vero Beach.
in a local hospital late Wednesday!I and institutional maintenance chemi- Mr Leon Keeling arrived home i
The Madison County Tobacco afternoon. Funeral services will be cals. recently after a tour of duty in I r

Warehouse sold 1,748,000 pounds of held at 10:30 Friday morning in I Products carrying the MASCO Iceland. lIe is spending some time I
tobacco during the season that the Lee Methodist churchand interment I with his mother
label will be of the finest quality Mrs Emma I
closed Tuesday. Details on all the will be in Macedonia cemetery -I
manufactured. Among the Suppliers Keeling, and other relatives He
the T J Jr. Funeral :
markets in the belt will be given Beggs I expects to be stationed Kentucky '-.: .
in
Virginia-Carolina
will
Home in charge.Mr i II be Colgate < : / :. ,
as soon as available. : Newsome is survived by his Chemical Company, Lab of Baltimore when he returns to duty. I '77ft: }[
wife; one daughter, :Mrs Mary I Puro of St Louis Moran Mr and 11rsV I Reaves hadas I .. .J ,,' If/! .' j

ATTEND FATHER'S FUNERALMr Alice Sullivan, Lee; three sisters,I Brushes, Clarke Floor Machine Co. visitors last week Mr Alvin i
Mrs: Annie Belle McCullough and and other leaders in sanitary sup- Hughes and Mrs Frank Crafton: < >ALL-WE, ATHEFJWHITiWALLS

Miss Beskie! Newsome, both of I and children of Clearwater while' ... = :.:. ..,,. w :
and
Mrs B J Han and children plies.Mr
Madison, and Mrs Coddy
Mary
Flori, an alumnus of Prince- Mr Crafton attended a dairy school:
have returned from Bastrop, Lake Park Ga, six grandchildrenand
ton University, has been in the in Jacksonville.Mr .
La, where they went to attend the six greatgrandchildren.Mr .
sanitary supply field for over five and 1IrsViJJie Brown of
funeral of Mrs Hall's father, Mr
years. He has also been employed Micanopy & Mrs Lime Sexton spenta
Willie J George, age 62, who died and Mrs Donald S Taylorand I as Senior Chemist prior to coming short while with Mrs Ruby Little 6i GOOOliE4Reit
there Friday, Aug 7. Services were ton
children are moving to QUincy,1 to Florida nearly six years ago. Tuesday.
held Sunday at Pine Grove Baptist to a position in which city The new firm will feature cost Fred McLeod is stationed at

Church, at Bastrop. Survivors be- Taylor has been promoted. He is I cutting methods of cleaning and Canute, 111 and writes he is enjoying : .
sides Mrs Hall are his wife, Mrs with the Farmer's Home Administration will provide free consultant service his work in the Air Force.
Minnie George, and another daughter $
to
its customers. kfJf/fJiP 1595'
and son. i Madison was chosen as the head.
-x-
I TC Wilson Dies
quarters site because of potentialarea In
I
U
Mrs Louise Walker of near : (
.
WILLIE HILL
location as well as its geographical {
.
Monticello was charged Wednesdaywith site in relation to the In ClearwaterT s t:11 -

Mr Willie Hill, of Day Fla, aggravated assault and released -area to be served. Present plansare
died at his home there Thursday on $250 bond. She allegedlyshot for operation within a 100 A tire that tales luxury out of the high! pried
morning. I a 9-year-old negro girl from mile radius of Madison. The com Wilson, brother of E B and bracket! Features Triple-Tempered! 3-T cord
:Miami in the legs with birdshot.x panyill employ about eight John Wilson of Madison, died Wed. \ construction and Goody"car's exclusive Stop*

MIDWAY HOMECOMINGThe I people when established.Mr nesday night in Clearwater. Funeral Notch tread. Gives any car a fresh, new look .i
arrangements will be "
Lowell McCartney of St Peters- nounced later. an- priced right for your car.right now!

Church burg was a visitor at the Lions' _
Midway Baptist will
have its all-day Annual Homecoming Club here Tuesday.COMPLETE. and Mrs Gordon Williams at- Mrs M L Walker will spend onlyf/IOli W'ee 1_
16. tended the Summer graduation exer- next week in Tampa. She to
Sunday, Aug goes Tor..s'ET.O
J cises at the University of Florida attend the wedding of her grand- F07/
Saturday. Their nephew, William daughter Miss Matilda Walker and
Mr and Mrs L E Hewett and son, LINE MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOOD YEAR TIRES .
Michael (Micky) Hewett was one Dr Joe Stubbs an event of Friday,
L E Jr of Savannah, were guests FLOOR TILESAND cf the graduates with the B S August 21, in St. Andrews Episco- THAN ANY OTHER KIND
here Sunday of Mr and Mrs Gor- degree in Business Administration. pal church She will be joined thereby
don Williams and family. They Young Hewett also received his her daughters, Mrs Angus Mc- YELLOW PINE
were accompanied home by their Commission as 2nd Lieutenant in Kirmon of Albuquerque N 1\J. and
daughters, Misses Linda and Mary CABINETTOPSHowertonSupply the U S Army at the morning exer- Mrs AV Rails, of Gadsden, Ala.,
Kay, who have been visiting the cises. While in Gainesville Mr and who will go to Tampa from Ponte
Williams family for two weeks Mrs Williams were guests Saturday Vedra Beach where they are spend-
and Miss Sheryl Williams, who o. evening at a dinner party given by ing this week with the W H Flick TRUCK STOP
will visit her uncle and aunt and Mr and Mrs R L Tassinari and family of Miami, and the George
cousins in Savannah for ten daysor Mrs Jean 0 Mitchell, honoring Lt. Keyes of Fort Worth, Texas, who
two weeks.' Hewett have a cottage there for a month. HU 3-2277 MADISON, FLOP.IDAFRIDAY



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PAGE EIGHT THE ENTERPRLSE-RECORDER. MADISON. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. AUGUST Uth, 1959'lbiiNTtPR1SEREORDtR
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mier Khrushchev is mixed. Look For Eagle's -t-t: _
Several in this country, per- V

i haps a great number, opposeit IDlY AtI
Back to School Sale
; the head of the West Ger-
Pettiafl" Mi MMOtfiWt.MSlCUlTtMAi: AM s.OucTL Al ONTO Of roars WMlM .
...
.r.x..
MADISON FLORIDA an government seems quite --f/\ ((?: :'.7a't.: : Ads on Pages 3 & 4 I ATI
.
Telephone HU 3.6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. fearful, as does the French government \ )1 I

Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance & the British government ) Moseley HaD Baptist
Delayed Renewals $-1.00 Per Year : Mr andIrs L E Hewett ofSa.annah
favorable to the
seems were weekend of
Advertising Rates Made Known on ApplicationEntered exchange. Without condoninga ._::.....hh. .:. ..h.g;'F:;; ::'-... Mr and Mrs Gordon guests Williams.I ChurchAug.

that Khrushchev They were accompanied home by
at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June thing wrong
25. 1908, under Act of March 8. 1879. has done, we feel that these Thd kind of their daughters Linda and Mary 17 through Aug. 21
Kay, who had been guests of the Each Night at 8 O'clock II
man to man talks may lead the
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT JR. and peace of mind our Williams family. Miss Sheryl Rev. I. T. Carter will do the
to lasting
way a peace
Williams: accompanied them home
AND ASSOCIATES
may banish the danger of total Sickness and Accident I for a visit. preachingALL
CORDIALLY INVITED
MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 annihilation that so seriously plan -x-
gives
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 threatens us now. And if they you Miss Judy Davis will arrive this 49-2t-eh

CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 (!o, they are worth it all. We Our Sickness and Accident in* weekend from Macon, where she
surance provides your family attended the Summer sessions at ,
III T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. understand how people in this with this 4-way protection: (1)I Mercer University and will hate ; -- -- --

C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor country who have lost loved (2)payment)av iirance of most with hospital major medical bills a month's vacation with her 1

MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor ones through cruelty in the expenses (3) income to replace parents Mr and Mrs W B DavisJr I LADIES

I old homeland feel, and we do earnings lost through before returning; to Mercer in
pro I volume greatly increased. Soon disability (4)) large lump sum the Fall as a Senior.x Christmas selling season startsearly
not blame them bit for feel-
'er a beictit for fatal or crippling with AVON. Valuable:
.4Aatvi the big corn crop will be coming ing that way. At the same i":jtics. Call us for details Mr and Mrs-Cecil- Sullivan and sales territory now open, partor

in. A good crop of pecans, full time. Write AVON.Box.
time, the great problem is to
mN son Billy left Monday for a week's .
failure last Morrow 3103. Tallahassee, FlaDon't
MEMBER practically a year Insurance
(
I stem the tide towards total vacation in the Tennesi-ee and
0 is in prospect for this year; North Carolina Mountains.
C 195 i destruction that faces us today.

iON pears have been and are in People are inclined to be self- AgencyPh. ,........................................-" -"-" ,,- "- "- ,,,,

season; and scuppernongs soon I righteous and to justify their HU 3-6250. Madison

Stark and EmptyJust will be.in Pears never when have, the except I actions and condemn the actions Representing the Throw That Slick I
rare seasons
I of those opposed to them, but Hartford FireIftsuran .l
as there is something crop was short, received the <:e Company ;
I we have some things in our
rather exhilarating about the! attention here that they should Group
own history of which we are
Tire
the tobacco market,,I have there lovely !
opening of are so many not proud, and so does Brit- HOSPITALIZED FOLLOWING away

there is something a little sad ways to fix them. So many ain, and so does France, and AUTOMOBILE WRECKMr

about its closing. The warehouses people just let them stay on does
so Germany.
were such a good placeto the ground and spoil. There is and Mrs Charles Turlington, BRING IT TO THE
Mr Valley Turlington, of Greenville -
go to, meet friends, talk, a delicious eating pear tree on I
and Mr Joe Jones of Albany
watch the excitement, see a the vacant lot next to the public first In PyritesTennessee Ga, were hospitalized in the local I

bustle and activity unusual for library, where all those lovely hospital Monday night following a I North Florida Recapping CompanyOn

most of the market towns unless -, fig trees are-and, by the a south-central traffic accident involving a two-

it were in the old days way, two apple trees also, only state, has an area about three- car collision three miles north of U. S. 90, opposite Ragans :Motor Co.
fourths that of Florida and a Greenville on U S 221, according i
coming know in town-and Madison Fla.
when a big circus was ones we of i ,
to Trooper Peavy and Patrolman
to town; and now, after fourteen since the lot belongs to the population about four-fifths as Kilpatrick. I
great. It was admitted into the and get new tire service out of it
brief selling days, that is county and there is no fence Most seriously hurt was Mr

all over and the big warehouses around it, we suppose anyone Union in 1796. Tennessee is a Jones age 70, who was a passen-

save for the north half who wants a few pears can great mining state, and the ger in one of the cars driven by WE ALSO HAVE RE-CAP TIRES FOR SALE
Robert W Gee, 58, also of Albany.Mr .
of No.1, where Precisionwareholds have them so long as the supply principal mineral is coal. The Jones was transferred from the

forth, are stark and last The pears remind state leads the nation in the local hospital to a hospital in Al- They will give you all the Tread Service A New Tire

empty, like Thomas Moore's the writer of a little riddle he production of iron pyrites and bany early Tuesday morning.

"Banquet hall deserted, heard fifty or sixty years ago: is the only source of sinter Mr Turlington received a serious will, or more, and at much less cost

"Whose lights are fled, "A dozen pears were hanging high, iron. It is second in the coun- scalp injury, and his wife suffereda Yours for tire conservation

"Whose garlands dead, "A dozen men came riding by, try in phosphates and barites, broken leg. a severed toe and
"And all but he departed. "Each took lacerations. Mr Valley Turlington,
a pear and other minerals mined include NORTH FLORIDA RECAPPIKIG CO.lOiSXSHiSXSSfi
"And still there were eleven there." less seriously hurt suffered lacer-
The catch was that one of the zinc, copper, silver, gold, ations and brui. s. -- -
Increase of Half MillionBut l cement rock, marble and
men was named Each and he

there was a plenty of was the only one who took a manganese ore. Manufacturing TUDORKIPPENBROCK ,
market is the most important industry
activity while the pear. And the scuppernong
It expected that in value of products, principal Miss Anne Kippenbrock daughter -
lasted. was grapes-no grape can beat the \
manufactures of the Rev and Mrs M J Kip-
being cotton
total sales on the Madison mar- after it has turneda ,
scuppernong I J t Ji
J .
penbrock of Valdosta, and George G
cloth knitted'goods
Vet would run around a million little bit ruddy. H E McAr- rayon, William Tudor of Dearing, Ga

and eight hundred thousand thur has the finest scupper- I silk, woolen, and worsted and Madison were united in mar-

pounds, and if the tobacco nong arbor that we know of in I goods, celluloid, footwear, riage in a civil ceremony, Friday

hadn't been so light in weight these parts. We may have mentioned I aluminum and plastics. Meat Aug 7, at Madison Judge Curtis 1' I -1 1

the rains the I packing food processing, Earp performing the ceremony.Mr .
this year due to this before, but, if we
Tudor is the son of Mr and
poundage would have nm well I have, it will bear repeating. ,I printing and publishing, and Mrs Charles Tudor of Dearing. He|I

_ over two million. Even so, the I Long years ago, about this lumbering are important. Prin- received his education in Georgia

Madison market sales were i time of the year, Mr B Bunting cipal crops are corn, tobacco, Schools and was graduated from

approximately a half million now long deceased, would I: cotton, winter wheat, oats, hay, McDuffie. He was presently con-

rounds more than those of last I come to town, down there about Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes nected with the Madison Tobacco
I
': peanuts, barley, peas tomatoes, Market.
year. The Madison market where Madison Jewelers is
i Mrs Tudor is a graduate of
heels little in I j apples, peaches, and straw- ,
its
dragged a now, and call out "Ice-cold Aiken high school, Aiken. S C. .
daily average price as com- I honey, grapes, five a bag" and l 1-erries. Livestock raising, and the Barrett School of Nursingof

pared with the other Florida I there was nothing more delicious dairying, and beekeeping are the University Hospital, Augusta :

markets during most of the J i not even boiled peanuts, I important, and the state ranks I Ga. She is presently on the COMPLETE LINE OF PLUMBING FIXTURES, FITTINGS -
seventh in the nation in the nursing staff of Madison County & SUPPLIES, AS WELL AS ALL MATERIALSFOR
the end it
season, but towards sold the same way. However, I
Memorial Hospital. YOUR BUILDING OR REPAIRING NEEDS.COBLE .
production of
was running strong. Last Tuesday I one would not get many grapes, I honey. Clingman's Mr and Mrs Tudor are residing

it led all the other Florida or much of anything else, for a Dome, 6642 feet abovesea : at an apartment at Mrs M L Walk-

markets except Jasper in average I I nickel now.ShouJd level, is the highest pointin er's home. They are affiliated with Iffffi

price, Thursday it was at the state. Principal cities are the Episcopal Church. Brought To You Weekly By

the top of all the Florida mar- Memphis, Nashville, Chatta- '

kets, and Friday it was 6 l-2c Follow Intent nooga, and Knoxville. The RECEIVES DEGREE 0 Howard ShidsSIl

higher than Jasper in average j The State Cabinet has gotten I Tennessee Valley Authority has Mrs Ernestina< Kinsey was one +

p.ice. At last reports States-. rather free since the Legislature built Norris dam and other of the 73 Seniors! who received Lumber Co.
I! dams in the Florida Southern Col- I
state and furnishes degrees a
belt
hero was still leading the adjourned, with salary i
I lege's Summer CJm ll ncement Friday ,
unlimited
in poundage, with Douglas a raises, running a great many I an amount of I 7.e awarded ltAD ISO;i-l. FLA.VEf"ION .

close second, and Waycross was, of them up beyond what the electricity, and the great atomic the, Bachelor Au,u-t of Sc;?n was'e degree. I r iPTEUS -

in price. Live Legislature seemed to contem- I energy installation is located \I attendingthe a .
leading average Friends and: relatives : RAGANS, do you read
\ v
Oak was near the top in pound- plate-and this does not ap- i in the state at Oak Ridge. graduation "a lad-d Mr Simon I WHEN FISHfrJV 07W< the Fisherman Calendar

| Next week, Texas. and children Bobby BITE*
Jr
the to good to Kinsey
ape and Jasper was near pear us a very way
i i Mrs A ,
and Abe. S Kinsey
in price. This fight inflation. Grant that the Candy
top average I I Little Miss Ebie Page, of Thomas-! Mr & :'oIrsV B Fzell & Patricia
written the Tobacco raised to the total I
paper has I proportion Mlle was the guest last week atffi i S s1111 pt.1! .lIt aa'I'I 'UaZ3 COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR
Division of the U S Departmentof number of salaries is small, I of her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs I II Baxley and children, Wayne and
I FOR THE WEEK AUGUST 16 THROUGH AUGUST 23
Agriculture and hopes atm
: early date to be able to publish -,I still it would seem that the i Wheeler. Shelby Ezell, St. Petersburg; Mrs Ti_ fw Each Dar. "Ten WH. Fish Bite Best'
Mrs L N Murphy.
Virginia Zipperer.
the poundage and | Cabinet which was given its I -*-
average Rev and Mrs 0 J Steverson, of Mrs DeWitt Green, Sandra and
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price of each of the markets Isalaryfixing, power by the Legislature Tallahassee were luncheon guests Ricky Green, Lakeland.Mr SUN 16 MON 17 I TUE 18 I WED 19 I THU 20 I FRI 21 I SAT 22 I SUN 23

in the belt. I should try to follow j of Mr and Mrs Fred Mickler Sunday zj: tJ i t:::) 2J K, 2J:: to

I the intent of the Legislature j while on a visit here when Mr and Mrs W T Hay and two 11:52 12:40 1:11 1.37 2:24 3:11 3:57 4:41:

;){ Steverson filled the pulpit at the children. Rosalind and Martha, of PM PM AM AM AM AM AM AM
possible and make
as nearly as
For A .
Not Much NickelNow : .
First Methodist Church. Fort Pierce are guests this week- H,
exceptions only in the most ,
I' end of his mother, Mrs T F Hay.x Blacker tflo fltii Setter the Day for ishir j
cotton is in full swing. justified of cases. I ;
Radiator and -
People who recently worked in Cleaning Mrs Jesse Hughey and Mrs Carl

tobacco have gone to picking I Smith spent a few days this week
May Stem TIde I General Automotive
cotton. The fleecy staple is I visiting their uncle, G R Russell HOWARD STUDSTILLLur,1BER

opening rapidly, and the local Reaction in high political and family in St Augustine.

gin is humming. Forty bales I circles over the forthcoming Repairs -
COMPANY
Fred Mickler filled the pulpit at ,
were ginned here last week, exchange of visits between
McWILUAMS GARAGE: >e Hickory Grove Methodist church
&nd this week will see the I President Eisenhower and Pre- Sunday morning. HU 3- lOG MADISON, FLORIDA



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WHY; IS IT (some have asked)
i we hear so much about "
the love of God in the New Testament '
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but in the Old Testamentfind \ Ju f ;
I his love seldom mentioned? e
The answer is, that it is all through

. the Old Testament too, occurringnot ii
, less than 215 times. In the '
Hebrew original, .., \ ii ,
that is. For cen- -
turies this fact I

was concealedfrom {t a4
the English-

speaking reader I
by translations s .
which turned the :
Hebrew word into : : OOP
"m ere y" or
"kindness" or
other words. It is nr. Foremannow 4
realized that the best' way to ; ; 4flEEpruiW +
translate that common word is r
+
I "steadfast love," and it is so trans- :
lated throughout the Revised % jj
Standard Version. It means something
J stronger than simply "love;"

i it expresses the enduring, persistent
patient and steadfast quality e
of God's love to man. Y

Love Amcng the Ruins

People ask sometimes,What docs I
the Bible tell us about God that

other religions do not? Are not all .', ..."
religions worshipping the same '
God by different names? Of course I ,
the one greatest truth about God :
which we find in the Bible and nowhere pv I ,
else, is that he is the God
and Father of Jesus Christ. But ,
s .a ar
long before Jesus was born, the '"ace,.
Hebrews knew that God is a God uv
of steadfast love. Other religions
; did not know this. That God is to
be honored, worshipped obeyed
and feared, yes all religions knewi
i that. But only the Hebrews knew
i I the God who is Love. THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
It may be a surprise, but it is ALL FOR THE CHU.RCH -
| very like the whole Bible, that we
The Church is the factor earth for
i should run across the same little greatest on
{ word ("chesed" in Hebrew), in avery the building of character and good citizenship. Have you ever been deep in a woodland where it is so dark that

J unpromising place the book It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a think enter? Then suddenly shaft"of sunlight
of Lamentations. This little "bookf you light can never a
(8 pages long) lives up to its name; strong Church neither democracy nor civilization ___ _' -. "-- __ I
it is the most mournful book in the can survive. There are four sound reasons why strikes through the trees and you find yourself standing in unexpected I
Bible. Well it may be; for it was -
i every person should attend services regularly and
beautysupport :.
written about the dreadful time the Church. They are: CI I) For his

after the downfall of Jerusalem, in I own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For

: even the cruel here hardships the "steadfast of defeat.love"Yet of I the sake of his community and nation. (4) For 'Life can bVfike"> ihat/toorrAt 'the darkest moment suddenly there

God is felt and praised. Even I the sake of the Church itself, which needs his _- _" '- ... .
I can be light-if "you have the power t67see itTBut that's an important"if.
among the ruins of a once fair city, moral and material support. Plan to go to

:, his the faith inspired in the poet God does of not love.give up church regularly and read your Bible daily. .:=So many of7us= fumble through --the-days and :years when the


New Every Morning Day 'Book Chapter_ ...Verses greatest-candle of all,:the Church," stands ready to light our path.
"
There is a wonderful thing about Sunday John 12 35-36
the love of God, which all those Monday Psalms 84 1-6 .
who know the true God realize, Tuesday Job 5 8-17 If you have been.depriving yourself of the guiding strength of the
Wednesday Isaiah .
9 -1-6
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even when they do not understandit.
That is, his love never grows Friday Thursday Jeremiah Lamentations, 13 3 22-26 15-17 .Church- ; *"start now. attending its seryices.jrt.will help) .you find yourjvay

stale. It ia never, so to speak, a Saturday John 19. 6-13 -
habit it is always a surprise. Just 4t"_iu_sun ight and iushadowz .;
at the moment of deepest discour-
agement, just at the very brink of
fatal temptation, the inner Voice
speaks, and joy and strength return -
again. God's love is the most /owtiAt 1"'S.JC *rer Mr.Sotrk;St __1.Va.

surprising thing In the world. It
is, as this poet of the Lamentationssaid
new every morning. We do
not deserve it, we may give up
counting on it-but there it is.
I
All God's saints, that is, those i
i
I who have felt most deeply this
divinely persistent and pervasivelove
have discovered at some timeor These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals and

other, usually at some crisis
some time of trouble or of grief, Establishments:
that it is not on the sunniest days
It . .l1.v .u-
that God is most likely to make 1E U' J; : _

himself known.No .

MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITHHARDWARE WESTERN AUTO STORE
Heavenly Grandfather DUNK FURNITURE CO

The writer of Lamentationsleaves The Rexall Store J. J. Sale Jr.. Owner
with us a needed warning.It MADISON FLA.
is easy to get a little too enthus- Phone HU 32300. Midison, Fla. Madison Florida: Phone HU 3- 385, Madison, Fla.
Phone HU 3-2340 I II
iastic about the love of God. Many I
persons have felt so sure of stand -
sure of God-that they felt
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now they had a license, so to speak,
to do whatever they like. They

think of God's love as something M E SSE R J. B. DAVIS, Inc
so sure and certain, so guaranteed QUALITY CLEANERS
INSURANCE
MORROW
.' that nothing they do makes any BATTERY & TIRE CO- Madison Florida
difference to God. He ia no longera AGENCY
When your clothes are not becoming
heavenly Father, in their sight ;
MADISON FLORIDA
Florida
Madison '
he becomes a heavenly grand- to you they. should foe I
father. He is up there always ready
,with something specially nice for coming to us Phone HU 3-2255
1 his favorite little ones. But the poet ,
I of the Lamentations knew better .
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than that In the downfall of his BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. FRALEIGH-ASHLEY ,__ :, .
I beloved city he sees the hand of ..' .'
God a God who had endured the Wiring and Repair-Appliances TRUCK & TRACTOR CO.CANTEY MOTOR CO. CHERRY'S "66" SERVICE
j carelesness. disobedience and pride STATION
1 of his people tin (to use Isaiah's MADISON, FLORIDA Madison Florida
Phons HU 3-2241, Madison Fla.
I word) he
wa tired of It. A father Madfeon, Fla. '
or mother if they really love a
I child, will discipline the child whenhe
needs It. A father who would
I never punish his son. no matter
: what, does not actually love him. e r BJrA 3t33f rH J_
because e . e . ,
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TEN THE I'J'n"SRFJUs&.r..XbRDER, MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST'14th, 199:;


'r MISSIONARY SPEAKS | NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF
I
FICTITIOUS NAME
Rev John Hughlett; ;: Methodist I I

missionary to Africa spoke at the Notice is hereby gin that we:

First Methodist Church Thursday I intend to register the name HILL-

evening. CHEST DAIIY BAR located on L. k
( S. No' 90, Madison, Floridain '.r
Mr Hughlett emphasized in his Highway
] compliance with Section 865.08: I MADISON DRUG STORE
great talk on Africa its people and| Florida Statutes.

Christian forces at work there,
I B. S. WARING,
that no longer are we at work ROSA L. WARING,
I
there in snake-infested jungles M. HOWELL ARIXGJOHN Ma
surrounded by carriers and hunters, L. WARING F announces appointment of '

spending the days in the brush I Mt-th<

seeing only an occasional unclothed F
CARS CRASH AT
illiterate, as did our predecessors!

a century ago, but the Church is I STREET INTERSECTIONA RICHARD C. BROCKMANREGISTERED

at work there in a great way,I

preaching Jesus Christ, as Christian 1949 Ford sedan driven bj I I .

witnesses. J L Wyche West on Bunker street:: ...... >- PHARMACIST
I .-.. .
Prior to the Church service the and a Chevrolet coming north on
I!I
Adult Fellowship group honored Horry, driven by Ardis Bass, : AS

the speaker with a covered dish crashed at the intersection about Richard C BrockmanAt

supper served in Fellowship Hall. 7pm Saturday. The front fender
MANAGER OF PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
Forty guests attended. John Waring' was bent and a light broken on Madison Drug StoreRichard

chairman of the Fellowship group the Ford, and the Chevrolet was w

presided. I'badly damaged. The drivers were ,
un-hurt. s

Judy Cole has recently returned" C Brockman has been
Campat pppomted manager of the prescription -
from two weeks at Twirling

F S U. Robbie Cruce, Susan Dean and Mrs Walter Militzerand department of Madison Drug Prescriptions ,Called for[ and Delivered
Store, owner Jimmy Stanley has an-
Smith and Sissy May attended for daughter Susan and son John, nounced.Mr .

one week. of Lincoln Neu arrived Fridayfor
Brockman was born April 11,
I a three weeks' visit here with 1932, at Grandin Fla. He graduatedfrom .

Evinrude Outboard I Mrs Militzer's mother Mrs J J Madison High School in 1930,

Newman and Miss Audrey New- and served four years in the Nav>. ,

Motors I man. Miss Newman and their In January, 1939, he received his STORE PHONE: HU 3-2300
guests and Mrs J P Johnson and Pharmacy degree from the University -

daughter Lilla left Tuesday for a I of Florida.
!
Co.
Electric
Bryan week's outing at Daytona Beach. lIe is registered by the.Florida

-- -- '-- Board of Pharmacy. RESIDENCE PHONE HU 3-6864 "
...... lie is married to the former :
Audrey Oliver, daughter of Mr and

More refreshing- 1)1'Vm McChesney of Madison.
They have one son, John Wesley

age two.
Mr Brockman's parents, Mr and
calories
Fewer Mrs 0 C Brockman live in Talla

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Mrs Audrey Wood, who works Shopping the TownWITH

Insist with the Mission of the Latin

Americas in Austin Texas a Bap- TONI JEAN
genuine
list Good Will Center, is here with
You've heard about it, read about
GOLD her daughter, Dorothy Dyas and TIMBER WANTED!
F it-and now it's here in Madison!
her grandson James, for a visit
At HOLTON FURNITURE you'll
c NUGGETV with her parents, Mr and Mrs timber for sale
see the sofa that converts to a bed Any pine regard-
Drew Hughey of Hanscn. Mrs it just the touch of your toe! No less of quantity; selective cutting or
BUITERMILK Dyas is following in her mother's whole tracts. Please call ADEL
,, more struggle or strain with the
.l ,', footsteps in the mission field. She Press-Toe-Matic-SIeeper.) Styled by GEORGIA, 7161 or or write 7501, COLLECT

where shop.h is now attending the Southwestern Jamison, this beautiful, modern,
you
Baptist Seminary in Fort Worth, low couch never gives away its DEL-COOK TIMBER CO.

/ Texas, which her mother also attended !secret; of hiding a comfortable

Mrs Wood will attend the I double bed until you press that P O. Box 499

:!: Home Mission and Good Will Center tiny lever. Then, it-not youdoesall ADEL, GEORGIA

YN Mouete.rABRUCELLOSIS L) Conference at Ridgecrest, the work,of unfolding. See the I

North Carolina. She will be accompanied Tres-Toe-Matic-Sleeper" at HOL-
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by her brotther, Russell TON'S.
AND T-B FREE CKHTIFlCATfc NO. 434 i
lughey.[ e .

Your Local Distributor -%- going End strong.of summer If you sales haven't are seen still -BREAKS- COLLAR BONE ,1 Look For Eagle's--

Mrs Roger Asbury was hostessto the great fabric buys at BKGGS',
John Dumett, 15-year-old son
her bridge club Thursday after- you're missing one of the best Ur and lIrsVayne Burnett, sutBack I to School I Sale I

B. S. WARING & SON noon with two tables of players. bargains in town. All their Moygoshel fered a broken collar bone in a

i Prizes were won by Mrs AV linens, Peter Pan cottons,
all[ from a milk truck early 1100Ads: on Pages 3 & 4
Vann and Mrs A P Edgerly. The and Quadrica prints are at reduced
lay:: morning and is under surgical -
hostess served iced melons and ice If the who --- --
I prices. you're person ho-
Phone Hunter 3-6400 treatment at the local .
cream. needs an incentive to sew, these -
i rital.
--- beautiful colors and
varied textures
CARD OF THANKS
The accident happened when
will certainly give you the
1 ]Burnett, after delivering milk at
inspiration! : \Ye wIsh tl) thank ('\t'I':]unr ,tll'"
1 the Sammy Keene home on the
I their acts of kindnt'xr', >si n->
. OUTSTANDING'ACCEPTANCE Although it is "the end of sum Quitman Road about 5am, lost ( of sympathy, and beautiful. llou-,

mer", there are some long hot his balance in jumping into the to us, at the !o";" of our n',.mi,
1 truck and fell to the pavement. I son. May God bless each ono
weeks ahead. A new cool dress can i
MR. and MRS. ODIS BK<>\\'\.
perk up that summer wardrobe-
Mr and Mrs N R Williams and II -'- --
find llADDEN'S new shipment
you :sons, Riley and Devere, returned Mr and Mrs Gerald Bland uul
of attractive cottons bears such I I
FOR THE CAR to their 'home at Frostproof: ;on Tommy and Mr and Mi-I
fine fabric labels as Cross Country
Saturday after visiting her parents,:Frank Davis and two childn. ;!-M'
Avondale, and Pickfair. They are I'
THAT STANDS OUT Mr and Mrs P D Morris, for a j vacationing for two weeks in R <'h-
\\"ellVortb looking over. II
week. mood, Va.banking I
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There's convenience unlimitedat t

TInMJ.RIrSTUOEBAKER the new Madison Laundromat i
located in the Setzer's Shopping

Center. Its 16 washers and 4 dryers I

are ready for you to operate any
w" The Lark in unprecedented numbers? All
t yLlccause arc people flocking to time-7 days a week, 21 hours a
The Lark i* the only car.that gives people all they really want in day
'
1 transportation toda). P*" Outstanding prue-The Lark V-$ is the .

i lowest-priced V-8 on the market. jfr* Outstanding design-three feet

shorter than other cars, with room inside for six in spacious comfort. Talk of new businesses-we are
all looking forward to the opening
Classic Lark styling is designed to minimize \'ear.tc -)'ear depreciation. .of BREEDERS, Madison's newest I i

*" the Mobilgas Economy Run, The
Outstanding performance-in
fine fashion shop. Yours truly had
ark "'.8 topped all \-8's with an amazing 22,28 miles per gallon The. a tantalizing sneak preview and,I

Lark 6 did even better. take it from me, this establishment i services.
..
will soon become synonymous with I

good taste and quality to Madison ,

shoppers. I

Till next week Toni Jean l'

r*, SCHOOL SEASON TO OPEN ...un d@r one roof!I


The 1959-60 term of Madison

School will begin Monday, August
Save time and
steps by making us your
17, with the principals and faculties -

reporting for a period of headquarters for ALL your banking needs

organization and pi jning prior to
from checking accounts ,to savings
of
the opening schools for classes
DISCOVER WHAT YOU U SAVE AT
Monday, A us 31. accounts from traveler's checks to safe

YOUR STLDEBAKER DEALER'S-TODAYI! The District Educational Association -
of the FEA will meet in deposit facilities. We'll serve you well all

ation of tre FEA will meet in
when all local faculty members are ways!
C.. VERNON RAGANS
expected to attend the one-day

session. Florida Bank at MadisonMember

Mrs Carroll Smith of Tallahasseewas Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationAnd

THE STUDEBAKER TRUCKS...THEY COST LESS,TOOl the guest Saturday cf Mrs
---- .. Florida National Group of BanksPAGE
Fred Hardee.

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(JTH'E OF REGISTRATION OF' \ the finest Auto
W. B. Davis Jr. i HCT1TIOUS NAME Z;
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REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: Notice is hereby given that we -Lqr I /c ( I j- ParIs store in the olc1

BUSINESS ACREAGE INDUSTRIAL FARMS intend to register the name HILL- r-- I 'r U. S. A. Have
yourrepairman
CHEST FARMS located on R. F. D. -- -. e
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL -
3, Madison, Florida, in compliancewith .
APPRAISALSMORTGAGELOANSABSTRACTS r
Section 865.09 Florida Statutes.B. come In
OF TITLE
S. WARING, I
TITLE INSURANCE ROSA I.. WARING,
112 West Base Street G New light dessert! Good refreshmentfor I and see-hc.U agree.
M. HOWELL ARI (- )
MADISON, FLORIDA WARING the family-wonderful for I .I9t--
JOHN L. '
Phone IIU 3-6277 50-4t-ch weight-watchers. Slenda Sue Ice I .
-y'? Milk (formerly Trim) in pints !

BROADUS WILLOUGHBY For your grinding and mix- *-gals. flavors.. Buy some today.

REALTOR ing on your farm, call WEST I
Buy this good susttT-proaiHf! ticmdealer
Phone, office. HU 3-6481
END MILLING COMPANY, ,' '- Treasure Chest ot super Sue 1
Phone. residence. HU 3-6481 ___ .I r M
MADISON. FLORID Qaitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 i I

FOR SALE: 3-bedroom Cherry! Hopewell Baptist I Look For Eagle'sI I r AUTO PARTS, Inc.Autpi 1 .
Lake house, reasonable down payment I .' -- '
Trucktind
__ ::: : Farm: Trpctof farts
; also 3-bedroom house in I Church .1 A. .__ ,MACHINE: SHOP SERVICE,
!JOHN W. WADSWORTHcollect. \ ProgramAnd Back School ;
Madison. $2300 down. to
.MAQISONfA
New 3-bedroom FHA house, $400 I SaleI j .'llC (NE rST.. )t1on }ilt3'-222i. <<

down. 10 lots for colored. Registered SurveyorPhone Revivalr Ads on Pages 3 I I_ LIVE OAK, FH1, PH. Ft) :2-J32Q: : ; Ql:'ITXUN! GA.. PH 4401

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, $10 down, $10 per month. HU 3-2372 Russell Hughey reports one.- ----- --..-... ..-...-..... .....-....-. ...-..-..-.-.. '..... ..... ..... ..... -4
MADISON, FLORIDA Vacation Bible School continues
FOR SALE: Hay peas. High germi through the week at 9 a. m. every RECEIVES AWARD Ii mb of pear tree at his home had NAVACO AWNINGS

nation.IIU 3-6895.HUGH GIBSON,4S-3t-ch phone Card of Thanks d : Cottage Prayer Meetings every b lo! ;oms on it in August. .
f Madi-i > > '' "
Mr and Mrs J A Cruce of .a.a.aaa.a.aa.aa.a..aaaa
FOR SALE: Portable Pulpwood t. night at 8 p. m. -- -- -
I Loader. Reasonable. J L LOPER I Revival at Hopewell Baptist son, received one of the ten awards

JR., Greenville, Fla. 49-lt-pd With great pleasure, I wish to I Church will begin Sunday August given to appoximately 200 girls!!
express my gratitude and sincere Jfilh and continue thru August 23rd. ;at Florida State University Twirl-' VISIT
FOR SALE: Singer feather-light thanks to every one who so tenderly Services at 10 a. m. and 8' p. m. ing Camp last week.

Portable with case and button-I and lovingly administered to my Rev James Bailey of Tallahassee, The award was for outstanding The Music BoxAT
hole attachment. $75.00 cash. needs, while in the hospital in evangelistic speaker.A achievement and citizenship.
Mrs Don Loper, phone IIU 3-2335, Madison, and for the many lovely free-will offering will be taken -aMr -
Madison.' 49-1 i-pd: cards and flowers, most of all, for Sunday August 23rd for the Build- 214 Screxen St. '
Y'-ur prayers. They were an inspiration ing Fund. and Mrs James Ilardee and

I: and highly appreciated. May Eoei.bodyVelcome.. three sons. Sandy Cary and Larry. QUITMAN.:Phone GEORGL\GG01
BEFORE SELLING your timber the Lord bless each one abundantly Rev Louis D Hughen, Pastor. have returned from a two weeks'
or timber land, please) see me. We: according to His will. Sincerely, 50-lt-ch ,,vacation in the mountains of North General Electric Television
are also interested in buying a Mrs Mary J Currie and Family.
limited amount of pine-hardwood Georgia. Phonograph Records
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Mr and Mrs Dick Baker and two
pulpwood delivered by truck to Rev and Mrs Zeb Williams and Brenda and Richard, left -x- Hi-Fidelity & StereophonicSound
children
Foley, Fla., or loaded on II R cars.
See, write or callL. baby of Lee are on a visit with Monday on a week's vacation in Band Director Frank Fansler and

P. GIBSONRt. Mrs William.- family in South the mountains of Tennessee and Mrs Al Taylor accompanied the
T-V and RADIO REPAIRSAH
3, Madison, Florida Carolina. North Carolina. They were joined Madison Band students to Gaines-

Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 here for the trip by their niece, ville when they played with the Work Guaranteed

CUT COURTPast Miss Martha Baker, ofVinter U of F Band at the football game
FOR SALE: Cow peas germination Park. Thursday night. I
90 per cent and above. HOWARD

HUGHEY. 43-tf-ch ( several weeks) I I
a
FOR SALE--REASONABLE: Home Charles Hembree driving while

and adjoining Lots classified as license revoked, $50 bond estreated.Also .
Business Lots, in Lee, Fla. Good driving while intoxicated, Two Chevy middleweights prove their rawhide stamina! .

location, near churches, and school.I$100 bond estreated.

Beautiful lawn; bearing: pecan and Classie Sanders, drunkenness, .. J ....
fruit trees. Electrically equipped I, ; ::
$25 bond estreated. f : )
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with both hot and cold water :' ,Bronzo Wooten, reckless driv- ,
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Gas heat. If interested, see me .. .... 1.
ing, $100 bond estreated. '.. .. .
at my home in Lee, Fla. I:.:'. : .}....:.. :'. ':. .:..=":' ...;::: ....< ':.' ': 4:'
E TURLINGTON, P O l\IRS"1 Thomas Larry Welch speeding, >:' ." .'. ...:? ...... '. L ., ws :.
$25 fine suspended upon six months' Ptf(UP 7
Lee. Fla. 46-tt-h :
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HOUSE FOR KENT. C T McWIL-!i I good Lucille Dasher Peek, running I ;3tt r <% : j uE1rw _

LIAMS, Phone HU 3-6275: or i:
HU 3-G552, Madison. 49-tf-ch' stop light, $15 bond estreated.
-- i Pete Williams, driving without li-:
FOR RENT: To permanent couple, I cense $20 bond estreated. .

furnished downstairs apartment; Clarence Mobley, drunkenness
private bath and shower. Outside
$25 bond estreated.
entrance. Available soon. MRS M -
Ghent, drunkenness, $25 v
Kelly
WALKER Phone HU 3-6243, i
ii .
49-lt-ch i or thirty days. t
115 \V Dade St.
Brinson, disorderly conduct
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I OR RENT: 5-room apartment nextto i $-i fine.

Madison High School. W C i Essie Mae Marine, drunkenness,
COPELAND, SR. 49-lt-ch
I$':i bond estreated.

HELP WANTED Harley Randell, disorderly con-
.
duct, $25 bond estreated.
ATTENTION MEN: Serve con- Ruthie Mae Moore, using open

slInU'rsith Rawleigh Products in I profanity, $25 bond estreated.
Madison County. Must have desireto
Gene Tyson, drunkenness, $25!
earn $100 per week and up. SeeC
E HOWE 914 White St., Live bond estreated.
Oak) or write RawleighV Dcpt. Tampa Cobb drunkenness, $25or

FAH-140-216E Memphis Tenn. thirty days. Top hands on high-country hauls !
4S, 50. 52 1, 3, pd Robert White drunkenness and

resisting arrest, $50 fine.
Wanted: Ernest James Creamer, driving Ask any trucker who's been over this kind of treatment-and ing work that used to be reserved

while intoxicated, $100 bond es- Wolf Creek Pass, 10,850 feet up they're going stronger than ever! strictly for bigger rigs. When a
2 Curb Girls treated. in the San Juans: a 9-mile pull to Watch Chevy trucks at work truck's built the way a Chevy is,

1. Waitress John Wadsworth, driving while the summit and low gear all the out in range country. It's a sight lean-muscled and rawhide-tough,

1 Night Cook license revoked and reckless driving way down. Mr. C. H. Phillips of to see the way they pack into it takes to ugly trails the same

White Top Drive-In $100 bond estreated. Alamosa, Colorado, has a 6103 high-up mountain pastures and way most trucks roll over the

I Jesse Johnson, drunkenness, $25 and a 6503 Chevrolet truck that handle through brush and rock highway. It just keeps going,

t or thirty days. are up over this route the year like a cowman's favorite cutting without a big to-do, but looking

J. D. ScruggsFORESTER David Brinson reckless driving round, taking sheep and beef to horse. Take any truck work for good every mile of the way. How

I $25 bond estreated. pasture, later marketing the stock that matter. Chevy middleweights they do it is your Chevrolet deal-

REGISTERED SURVEYOR Wade Sampson, drunkenness, $25 in Denver. In less than a year, probably handle a bigger variety er's department. He'll be glad to
I bond estreated. his Chevy middleweights have of jobs than any trucks alive. supply details and specifications
HU 3-6185
Ph. I averaged about 50,000 miles of About anything you name, includ on the type of models you p< ed.
MADISON, FLA. II
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HOME REPAIRING

FEDERAL LAND BAM ROOFING ADDITIONS, SIDING PORCHES NEW AND No job's too tough, for a Chevrolet truck 'IIf.T/IOLET

Farm Timber Ranch Loans ; GARAGES .. --- ;;- "

Long Terms Low Interest Free Estimates ., ,
SEE THE REPRESENTATIVE Al No Down Payment, up to 5 See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer

THE MADISON COURT' HOUSE years to pay ___Un'nnunuu._h__hn_'u'__n'u'u 0,__u__" ,',_0'" __u_____,,_u_____
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING.LIVE SOUTH GA. FENCE & '

STOCK AUCTION CONST. CO. CANTEY MOTOR COMPANY
SELL your cattle and hogs in oui 411 E. Savannah Ave:
auction each Monday. Sales start ai t Phone CH 28081VALDOSTA.

100. MONTICELLO STOCK GA. 112 WEST BASE ST. MADISON, FLORIDA HU 32293c

YARDS yaaaMa aa..Monticello,,,,...11'Va Fla.,1' 3-tf-d a111 .:- a'V111 Y i 1111. ti.:-1aa1. .ati1 N.A'a'. 'N1 yy y s111111711'N'. -...... :. I.UI
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STATE PARK BRIEFS I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO :=rflrlYlYril K. ..... ij
WAKE: APPLICATION FOR
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THE. YIELD IS UpON SAVINGS AT Ardlamont, Edgecombe County. I FINAL DISCHARGE Look For Eagle'sBack cnTAn TIRLS "'
North Carolina General DuncanL
was
Clinch's birthplace. However, he to School Sale';: JIM'S BAY STATION '1

VALDOSTA FEDERAL died at Macon, Georgia in 1849 Probate: Law 1933)IN ) ,
U S. 90 EAST
I and is buried in Savannah. COURT OF THE COUNTY !: MADISON

ANNOUNCING Fort Clinch at Fernandina is namedin JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY Ads on Pages 3 & 4IRIII1IIIIIMI!.

his honor. STATE OF FLORIDA.

In re the Estate of Mrs Hattie

.. ... o Harrison. Deceased. In Probate.TO .
: British Royal Marine Colonel Ed-
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .
ward Nichols, with the help of : 'WE BUY

Indian and negro allies, built a fort Notice is hereby given thatA

near the Apalachicola River in 1814 B Zipperer filed his
final re-
in Spanish- Florida. The U S Navy port as administrator of the estateof I Pine Timber-Pulpwood, Poles, SawlogsT.

destroyed it. Later on the United Mrs Hattie Harrison, deceased;

States built Fort Gadsden right on that he filed his petition for final M. HOWERTON, JR.S. .

: the river bank. discharge and that he will applyto
I------ 1iIFUNDS ::: '. o the Honorable Curtis D Earp, DUVAL ST., PH. HU 3-6681 MADISON FLA.

Major Dade and his command County Judge of Madison County TIMBER PURCHASED IN BULK OR SELECTIVELYCUT

Anticipated dividend rate on insured camped in or near HillsboroughRiver Florida, on the 18.h day of August,

savings payable December 31, 1959 State Park enroute from Fort 1959, for approval of same and
for final discharge as Administrator FORESTRY CONSULTANTS TIMBER MARKETING
Brooke (Tampa) to Fort King -
RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST I of the estate of Mrs Hattie
(Ocala). The bridge across the PROPERTIES
Harrison, deceased, on this 22nd
OFFICE HOURSMON.TUES.AVED.FRI. Hillsborough had been burned. He I day of July 1959.A. .

was ambushed near what is now B. ZIPPERER. Administratorof
TO PM
: 9 AM 4
Bushnell and his command massa the estate of Mrs Hattie Harrison -
THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON cred. The site of the massacre is nowa deceased. 47-4t-ch DL
MAIL AT : ------ ALBRTITON BROS.
SAVE BY portion of lovely Dade Battlefield COMPLETE LINE

The New Historic Memorial.

Springs FLOOR TILESAND TRACTOR CO.
Manatee discharges 72-

000,000 gallons of clear cold water .ff3 FIFTH STREET

I I per day. If you watch it for one CABINET TEL. FO 2-2381
minute 48,681 gals has come from it. TOPS YOUR MASSKYFKRGUSONDEALER

In 1 minute it would fill 869 ordinary

Saving & Loan Association bath tubs. You are not allowed to Howerton Supply Co. I i LIVE OAK, FLA.

bathe right in the Spring but the
TOO IBS VALDOSTA, GA.
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J .
bathing area is right below it in

The Friendly As-social ion Big Enough to Serve You Small Manatee Springs State I'ark near

Enough To Know Your Chief land.

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: Mr and Mrs C II Jackson gave .. ,
INT11: CIRCUIT- COURT OF feet) 0.007 acres more or less. the Florida Park Service two tract::

THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OWNED BY: Thelma Watts I of land at Rock Bluff for inclusionin
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY. TAKE NOTICE that a Declara- Torreya State Park when the
tion of Taking has been filed
in
FLORIDA.LAW park was established in 1935. Tne
:NO. 23 the above-styled cause, by the peti- Jacksons were the aunt and uncle oi
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF tioners, the acquiring authority of J
:Mr J E Maxwell of Tallaha ee.
FLORIDA Agency of the Stateof these proceedings, of the takingof 4irMcrtt-
Florida and the above-described land, for
MADISON COUNTY, a Political the purpose set forth in the petitionin The Hillsborough River w-1:0-: y
,
Subdivision of the State of Florida, this cause, viz: As right of way named in honor of Lord Wills Hi!it!. c. -1I
for portion of State Road No. LN b c. i i4
Petitioners, a Earl of Hillsborough who was J ,
vs.THELMA 20 in Madison County, Florida, and retary of State for the Colome
that of of the Cir-
WATTS, Defendant. one the Judges from 1768 to 1772. The State Park
(uit Court in the Thi-d Judicial
NOTICE OF RULE NISI I I through which it flows is one ofFlorida's
NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN Circuit of. Florida will, on the 3rd
PROCEEDING I day of'August, A. D., 1959: at 2:00P. : loveliest.
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IN THE NAME AND BY THE M. in Circuit Court Chambers in j .A., I .. "
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF Lafayette County Courthouse at I Hobe Mountain in Jonathan State
i
Mayo Florida consider said Declaration
:FLORIDATO Park comes from the pronunciationof
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN of Taking, appoint apprais-I the Spanish word Jobe. The Jobe
ers, and make such order I
AND to all persons and Indians lived nearby and captured
Court deems proper. All parties to
parties having or claiming any I
Jonathan Dickinson and his party
the suit and all parties interestedmay
light, title interest, estate, mortgageor be- WE PAY
when they were shipwrecked
and be heard at the
appear I
other lien to or in the parcel of
time and place designated.You tween what is now Jupiter and ,
land hereinafter described and the I
:foliowing person together with all and each of you, are hereby Stuart.
unknown persons claiming by, commanded to appear by filing an .

through or under known persons 1 answer to the petition heretofore Twelve pounders such as the smaller
filed in this cause in the entitled
who are dead, or who are not cannon at Forts Clinch and Pick-
Court before the 28th day
on or
known to be dead or alive: I cf August, A. D., 1959, to show ens fired solid shot and shrapnel.The .
Thelma E Watts, Route 1, Lamont,
what right, title, interest, or liens shrapnel held 50 musket ballsas

Florida.SECTION 35030-2105 STATE I you, or any of you, have in and well as sand, sulphur, coal\dust 3 Per CentS

ROAD 20 MADISON COUNTY I to the above-described land and or rosin powder and a wood encased

DESCRIPTIONS: I i show cause why the same should fuse. Both of these forts are State
: not be taken for the use and pur-
SRD NO. 43 RIGHT OF WAY Parks.
pose set forth in the petition filed
That part of:
Lot 11, Block "F" of the Town herein. FOX GO-BOY CARTS ,
WITNESS hand and this Seal
of Eridu according to plat recorded my HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
said Court on this 22nd day of
fn plat Book 1, Page "E" public of
records of Madison County, Florida, July, A. D., 1959. ON INSURED SAVINGS J.
DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk of the Your Frame CAN BEa S
lying southwesterly of and within
of Madison County,
Circuit Court flattering
134 feet of the survey line of State accessory
Road 20, Section 35030-2105, said Florida. Hundreds to Choose From
(COURT SEAL)
survey line being described as follows STEPHEN J JOHNSON, JR.. Attorney TRADE WHERE THEY ARE LOOK FORWARD. START SAVING TODAY MONEY

Begin: on the easterly extension of for petitioners, Holland : MADE DEPOSITED BY 10th OF MONTH EARNS FROM 1st.
Building. State Road Department Twiggs Optical Co.
the south line of Block "C" of the
Town of Eridu, Florida, according Tallahassee, Florida. 47-4t-ch Valdosta Ga. CH 4-0534 Bank With Confidence When You Save Ate

TO plat recorded in Plat Book 1, I.
Page "E" of the public records of Subordination.

:Madison Countv, Florida, at a PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLES Refreshments were served by th THE CITIZENS BANK OF PERRY
point 203.50 feet easterly from the hostess.
southwest corner of Lot 1, of said Mrs Waring Wyche entertainedher Mrs J M DuRant was hostess
Block "C", run thence North 38 Circle Monday 'morning with Monday morning to Circle No. 3

degrees 08' 28" West 3717.40 feet nine members including the presi- nine members and one visitor Mrs PERRY, FLORIDA
to the west line Section 17, Township dent, Mrs T C Merchant Jr and I W E Cole attending. The Bible

2 South, Range 6 East at a one visitor Miss Eleanor Collins. lesson was given by Mrs Charles .
point f23.75 feet north from the Mrs Kirby Reichmann presided and I Knox and the program by Mrs 1 Deposits Insured Up To $10,000.00 By f. D. I. C. *

oothw,st corner of NWU of said gave the program on Evangelism C Merchant.The .
Section 17, Containing (300 square Mrs Marie Park was moderatorof I hostess served cookies and '"
the Bible study on the Life of lemonade during the social hour.
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c r clock by Rev Fowler, pastor. Night I I r

New Home RevivalRevival r rI I 17-23. Morning services at 11 Rev o'- GOY A I I I II IlL1 1 \

I services at 7:45 o'clock by I /j2-

f !'('T',ices will 'oe held at'' I'ozier. Sapp. Everyone is cordially1invited. 48-3t-ch! I SUrviry' COLD : j 1e
New Homo rapt;'t church August
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I! BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. I Good Reading i 1 t


O JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist I for theWhole .
Look For Eagle'sBack ;
0 111 East Green St., I .
Family I II ni'IM
9 Phone 293JPERRY I I

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exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and

Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc. Ads on Pages 3 & 4 e Facts I

I FeaturesThe ,1 ,
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I Christian Science. Monitor "* I
One Norway St.. Boston 15, Moss. ky
Send your newspaper for the tim !
checked. Enclosed find my check or. :
money order. 1 year $180' i
6 months J9 0 3 months $4,50 Q
I 11kLL et Here, indeed, are the rings that will bat
I ; nit ter express your sentiments, for they are styled
Homo I II e beautifully and set with diamonds of unssr-,
I ;\ passed brilliance. See the pair new.

Address k I t Ring end Diamonds enlarged flow 'defotf

Sale of All Fabrics 'City '_ Zone State n-it



I printed and Solid ARNEL AND COTTON NOTICE TO CREDITORS
80 SQUARE PRINTS I CHECK AND SOLIDS
Florida
Statutes
I P ECREPEJ 39c I IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY

C9c to $1.00 Value JUDGE MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA -
3yds. $1.00
IN PROBATE.In .
Values to 69c CHAMBRAYS
re: Estate of James N TUt lI. ,
Drip DryCOTTONS Deceased.TO .

ALL LINEN REDUCEDBUTCHER PRESHRUNK ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS -
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -
Only 49c MADISON, FLORIDA
LINEN AND PURE AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
C9c to $1.00 IRISH LINENS AND IRISH AND You and each of you are hereby AUDITOR REPORTS ON report showed the deficit being

Only49cCORDUROY RAYON BLENDS notified and required to presentany COUNTY OFFICERS caused by failure to reconcile bank
COTTON SATINRegular claims and demands which you,
balances, lack of a balanced cash
or either of you, may have againstth
ALL PLAY CLOTH MATERIAL 98c and $1.19: estate of James N. Tuten, deceased Inadequate record keeping was record and personal withdrawals

REDUCED In Solids and Prints late of said County, to the the major criticism in a State Audi- in excess 01 aumvauie income..: Excess -
SAIL CLOTH PRINTS & SOLIDS,
County Judge of Madison County. tor's report filed last Friday on income in tne amount of ''.3
DENIM SOLID & STRIPES,
Solid and Prints PLAY CORD HOP SACKING 79c, 89c Florida, at his office in the courthouse the accounts of five Madison was remitted alter close: ut the
of said County at Madison, county officials. audit l*.awu.

ALL WOOLENS AND BLENDS Florida, within eight calendar The report covered audits for a A uc au.sur. tumid 'there .
ALL CURTAINS, DRAPES & COTTON LACES-NYLON LACES months from the time of the first opi
:} REDUCED NETS TULLE, ETC. period of two years of the booksof 'eaicU to be a uenuue iuii rovotutfui -
DRAPING MATERIAL REDUCEr publication of this notice. Each: i
I the tax, collector, tax assessor, in ute lecoius
claim or demand shall be in writ- bi" fly
ACCESSORIES, McCALL & BUTTERICK PATTERNS J ing and shall state the place of I sheriff, a constable and a justiceof vjieenvuic cuu&utoie Albert v> Sis-

I residence and post office address! the peace. trunk since the last pies IOUs audit.
SEE THE NEW FALL FABRICSDunn's of the claimant, and shall be swornto Tax Collector Pat Millinor ex "A ledgerViI.S kept bur the purpose

by the claimant, his agent, or ercised diligence in collection of sot income
recording and expensesand
attorney and any such claim or occupational licenses and personal
t Fabric Store demand not so filed shall be void. property taxes from Jan 1, 1937, an otlicial bank account was
LILLIAN TUTEN, As adminis- opened in August, 1957. for the
to April 30, 1939, period of the I
tratrix of the Estate of James N. deposit of fees and payment ot
audit, but tax rolls were not closed
I 109 EAST SCREVEN STREET Tuten, deceased. promptly and a balanced cash book i expenses.
24th, 195?
First publication July .Expenses of the officer were
I 47-4t-ch DL was not kept, according to the
PHONE 7651 QU1TMAN, GA. report. supported by canceled checks from

, August, 1937.
--- Collections of record were accounted -
for, commissions were accurately Records of Justice of the PeaceA

figured, and bills and resources L Leggett of the Greenville district -

: of the office were ade- "continued to be incomplete

quate, it was stated. and inadequate for audit purposes"

ASSESSOR'S BOOKS the report stated.

During the same audit period Tax I For the audit period of Juno

Assessor Armstrong was overpaid 1, 1957, to March 31, 1R! ). a criminal -
commission in the net amount of docket dnd appeared
;:i- I was kept
.>.;......_ $1,612, kept inadequate records for to be in fair shape, a balancedeach

:,. income and expenses of the office I book was not kept and no
1 and failed to keep a balanced cash
and
record of office income expenses
... ::A'". $.:<.r"IIII' "''. ,:.''k..,;, ...},;" book, the report noted. !o' was maintained and noinwinl
.'< However, tax rolls were well prepared -
: '
\ report oral filed for 1957a
V''" v. -; '"ll1i W..,"" ., ... and appeared to be mechani-.
required by law, the report seta
cally accurate, the report con
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44. ,. "..... ". "'*'. ( _. .,,(:,;. "' -\.0 ,
>...-- \'- plat book of the county made from ;Te -v- .
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wrPE f"'iDUFNr't1r.
is ,
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: i3'.: serial photographs, which was
$ ,\ 0 ,. RM 'ire "ai4' (Thu"Tnl.
1f,4r WINe ; posted currently and used in conjunction .r c! ..-.s.. -- ac "." f' rPepd10
TO ELEC1\\ \\ with field inspections to ._.;_..A tin .Pdffll12 t1,rr

," determine that all property was as- .>...i -orp itvw1"fl. ms' MS ..f ltf.
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IlIiEATERS.AN"O" sessed. -" Mr e w '$W. ***" w..1WIIW'Pd
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I Sheriff Simmie II Moore, whose ....n...,V!..... ..* # ". 1j 1Mr .nq"n "....... nr
records were audited for the period I ,.
I'1 "1.bra? U Pr'ie. 1Toctii!
of June 1, 1957 to Feb 28. 1939, ... ..
Now the time to change your old -- : *,?.*, ..l "" r*"'tt W M"' their

I failed to comply with Florida ..'"tc:.;"' Inw. .1'tA' tl1..t wc::. y..ct
stove and water heater for modern :$f' ;,_ g .
: '. statutes {governing the handling of M X f* F p..ecpn j.-v r MTaM Mrs
yo.
electric appliances and take advantfage 1 .' '. : .. public money, the report stated. V 't* ("1:&... hart,*"v!Pa rf1i 1<''Pn.

of the big installation i BALANCE "-pc ".e__to -'ne. hnT tr oirpvree.dpccprt .
savings :, : \ OUT OF
tea rum 'of foe WfIrP o TvpgLAn
now in effect. Join the swing to.._ ,. Cash liabilities! of the Sheriffs n"n 'he 1r. 'tW5I; w..+a+ Mr

modern living, and enjoy "matchless"electric office fxrrfrfrd cash reeonrrrs: on "M Mr: S TT Moore and Mr and
Feb 28. this yrar. bv $324. the Vro:: Bill Cave.
cooking and water heating /
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'1XX'l'CXrCXXC"' CXXXXXXXX c "aw'e'-"XXICX CXXXXX CXXX "X1Gt;
in your home. Remember YOU SAVE s

WHEN YOU GO ALL-ELECTRIC! \ WE HAVE[! '

nYa + y 1

And for cool comfort, now's the Time WIRE FENCING AND BARBED WIRE

,To Change to electric air conditioning. I

See your dealer and find out for yourself ,

I just how economical electric air 50 Ib. Stock Prince Albert
r
15c
TOBACCO Can
$1.20
SALT
conditioning can be!
% -- Oaage to Electric Cooking 3 lb. New Sweet 35 in. WIREPOTATOES

25c FENCE, per roll 15.00
QO ALL-ELECTRIC end Wafer Heating .

AND SAVE

mod Save op to 50 WHILE IN TOWN THIS WEEKEND

See for : FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT-
your
us
We will pay $25 toward the iiutallatio.
VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS
: cod of each Electric Range and Water


FLORIDA -POWER-- CORPORATION.._ Heater ance. Get replacing full details flame-type from your dealer apply J. L SURLES & SONS

\ or plumber or call our nearest office.

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r S 90 and Bellville Road der

ALSO CLOSING OUT LAVA Where Better Food Is Served fcilfttceit/

TORIES FLAT RIM SINKS STEAKS AND SEA FOOD
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DOUBLE SINKS COMMODES,
Air-Conditioned Dining Room ATTEND GRADUATION Mr and Mrs John M Hood and
HAND BASINS, ETC. !
I two children, Bonnie and Mackey,
Cooked Meals and Short
Home
Orders Mr and Mrs Lonnie T Davis,:of Bradenton en route home from

SOUTHERN SALVAGE COMPANY ., Mrs Earl Warner and Mr and Mrs I a vacation trip through the West
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Dale Williams attended the graduation -,[were guests the past week of their
111 S. Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga. FRED FERRELL, New Owner of Lonnie T Davis Jr from:son-in-law and daughter. Mr and

the University of Florida Saturday:; Mrs John Waring and baby.

he received the B SA ____
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degree. Radiator and
REPORTS ON WORLD MISSIONS Cleaning
I LLooiiEag1e's !
CONFERENCEMiss ___ n ____ Mrs Ben S Waring entertained

Back to School Sale Toni Jean Wells who re- County Court BIG 17 CU. FT. WIZARDHOME the morning.Janie Mrs Paul A F Circle Harrison Monday presided -I! General Automotive

cently attended the World Missions the when
over program plans!: RepairsMcWILUAMS
Conference in :Montreat, N C, madean -' FREEZER and social relations were discussed.
Ads 3 & 4 '
on Pages her (continued from last week)
of
interesting report ex-
Ana Mrs L E Leslie read the devotionat. : GARAGE
Christina
Alvarez, improper I
r periences and impressions at the The hostess served cold armhs.Saving .
passing $35 bond estreated.
WEBBING NET CUT AT LAKE PresbyterianVomen's meeting :Monday $259.95Western .
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Early Johnson, driving on wrong
morning. She gave an outline side of road, $35 bond estreated.
Two young Moody Field airmen I Auto StoreDIES
of activities and classes attended Joseph Brown, drunkenness, $25
recently installed a nylon webbingnet while there and told of the inspi- bond estreated.

at Cherry Lake Beach of then ration received upon hearing missionaries Speeding, $35 bond estreated: IN OCALA
own free will)) and accord ever I reporting on their work Marion A Henderson, Claude Kel-
down in tt, lerhais Keith Edwin Minthorne,
went an aqua lung ,
in the foreign fields and of seeing Jobe Burnett of Ocala, a native
anchor it firmly on the bottom. Ir I Crumpton Hawthorne Bishop, James:
the new missionaries commissioned. of Madison, died at his residence
this swimmers I William Phillips, Belton Eugene
way are protected Quota for the White Cross work there Friday. Services heldat
Carter. were
from swimming too far out and I Buckanan, Donald Larry Is More Fun When All The
was announced by the president, Speeding, $50 bond estreated: 4 p m Saturday with intermentin
boats are kept from' getting toe I Mrs T C :Merchant Jr, during the Earl J North, Carroll Clinton Hillcrest cemetery.
close to the swimmers.The .
business sessions Dekle. Ella drunkennessand Joins In!
Mary Savage
young men are acting a bond Family
Mrs J M Gammon gave the program Arnold Hurst, speeding, $25
life guards and are reported offer. on Christian Education.Mr estreated. open profanity $25 or thirty
ing training to those interested ir Aaron Smith,- driving while in- days.
becoming guards. toxicated, $150 bond estreated. Clyde Scruggs no turn signalsor OPEN SAVINGS ACCOUNTS HERE
and Mrs R F Baker of
Four buoys are very much l Eugene Tyson, drunkenness, $35 indicators, $35 or thirty days.
needed to anchor the netting and Plant City visited Mrs Baker'ssister bond estreated. Frank Thompkins, speeding $33 From the children on up, every member of your family

four 5-gallon]] oil cans will do the. and family the Ben S Speeding, $35 bond estreated:: or thirty days. will enjoy saving to make dreams come true. And bank
Warings. the past weekend en John W Davis, Louis Handy Gunn, *
job. William David Benton, reckless interest keeps your money growing!
route home from a several weeks'trip William Stapleton Norton.
'Sad to relate, word has driving $25 or thirty days.
come license
to Canada. Alice Daw, driving without -
Edward Brown drunkenness, $35 BANK OF GREENVILLEMEMBER
that
some thoughtless ruthless, -x- $35 bond estreated.
vandals have cut the James Heard, driving while in- bond or thirty days.
( net-fine apPreciation Mr and Mrs R A Toney and two OF FEDERAL INSURANCE DEPOSIT
for all the hard work children of Crescent City are visit- toxicated, $100 bond estreated.
done by the boys for Henry Mobley, improper muffler, Mr and Mrs B Williamson of CORPORATION;
protectionof ing Mr and Mrs Ben S Waringthis
FLORIDAMAI
the bathers.Mr I $35 bond esteated. Pensacola were weekend guests of GREENVILLE.
week.
Simp Lipscomb, drunkenness and Mr and Mrs B S Waring.
-x- exhibition of deadly wea- ---- -- -- - --- -- ----
and Mrs Bob Lay and chil- improper
Mrs Farris Bryant and three
dren were guests of Mr Lay's pon, $35 bond estreated.
daughters of Ocala were guests
sisters, Mrs Hunt and Mrs Drunkenness $25 bond estreated.
Wright, several days the past week of heri
in Cordele Ga Sunday. j J B Day, Dave McQuay. !
i I parents, Mr and Mrs D F Burnett. LIT TODAY
John Henry Jones, drunkenness,

$35 bond estreated. .
Reckless driving, $35 bond es *

TO SELL THE BIG Langham treated: ,Aubrey Bobby Hendrix Willis ,Womack Ray Dell! i Ownit To morrow Ar.

Fred Silas drunkenness $35 bond 3


estreated.- Robert Lee Polyn Johnson, per-
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drive, $25 bond estreated.Jim .

Martin, driving without license -

$25 bond estreated. Next Week !
Speeding, $35 bond estreated::

James Ross Jr Raymond Alexander

Griesbach, Baltazar Lara Diaz,
Wayne Wayland Wiseman, Jack

Clayton .Russell, Thomas Hall

Mallard. \ y i
Drunkenness, $25 bond estreated:

Perry Maxwell)), Earnestine Boatman .

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Solomon Miller, reckless driving, "';

wilful and wanton, $35 bond es- \
MARKET treated. .. IJ I
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Walter James Townsend reckless ,;
driving, wilful & wanton, $100 bond d
estreated.
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Speeding $25 bond estreated:: -'._'--
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USE 1 Helen E M Jones Jimmy L Bee- ::::::.'-: _---.;.. ----d"'_ N'"j
land. Guy Hall assault and battery CAPRI 2-Bedroom ASH PRICE $1495.00

$35 bend estreated.Van .

Radio & Newspaper Buran Goolsby, failure to ; j I T .. .

'. yield right-of-way. $25 bond es-

treated. .. ,, -I
Randy Arthur Buraham, permit- r cup AND MAIL TODAYI I
to drive -. i Mall to the office nearest you :
ing unauthorized person
ADVERTISINGWMAF. : JIM ALnR CORPORATION
$35 bond estreated.
e I .m IIt.r.st.d in owning a Jim W.Aer home end would Ole I
David Frazier indecent exposure, ) more inform.tion. ,

$35 bond estreated. I I here a cLear deed to my lot..9 .
Jim Van Cason failure to yield Please send rrt.r.tur..O

right-of-way, sentence withheld. I Please have a representative cal on me..O s
Speeding, $25 or thirty days: a N.me I .

Charles W Powell, Dennis Henry .; 1 Address _
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Jamison. I.
Johnny Fed, drunkenness, $25or D"ovI
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thirty days. ..i1 I .
-1230 ON YOUR DIALTHE Ben Daniels Jr. alias Junior t.., I "

Daniels improper tag. Case dismissed ." ".4. A Jim Walter} Home is completely I I finished on _" -

as defendant presented a the outside with wall partitions and flooring
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1 : < ready for your finish inside. We build ANYWHERE .
valid tag. .t .. I
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MADISON ': Frank Howard, driving without All .you need is your lot for us to

.. .,. build on.
license, $25 or thirty days.Merle ; : :.

Walsh speeding sentence Over 20 beautiful Jim Walter model homes to .

withheld. choose from-a home to meet any families re. ..
Enterprise-Recorder. Dave Jenkins possession of com "
quirements and any families budget! .
buck, $35 or thirty days.

Albert Charles Ulmer stopping IF ITS A QUALITY SHELL HOM ...irS A JIM WALTER HOMCII
-YOUR COUNTY J
NEWSPAPER without signal $25 or thirty days.

i The Two Local Advertising MediaCooperating other Thomas vehicle L Grainger too closely, following$35 an-or
JIM WALTER CORP.
) I thirty .days.Speeding. 1.

To Promote $35 or thirty days
Shelley Gray Rowell, Junior William :
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Young. license VALDOSTA, On u. S. 41, one block North of the city limits. Call coDt"Ct
YOUR BUSINESS Clyde Scruggs expired
tag $35 or thirty days. Georgia CHerry ,2-0391 or write P. O. Box 1203, Vakiosta, Georgia l







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I NOTICE TO CREDITORS

-1 I| FLORIDA STATUTES

1- I I I IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
NEED YOUR WATCH REPAIRED?
JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY
SEE KELLY WATCHMAKERAll 1 FLORIDA IN PROBATE.In .

Repair Work Guaranteed re: Estate of Emma B loon

GOOD USED WATCHES Deceased.TO .

f :yen' watches and bands for that. ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS

appreciated gift.KELLY'S HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS

AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
REPAIR SHOP.
You and each of you are hereby

MADISON notified and required to present any

claims and demands which you, or

'i :either of you, may have against

--- I the estate, of Emma B Koon, deceased -

. late of said County to the
\When baying your I County Judge of Madison County

Florida, at his office in the courthouse

"1"11' CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULI E E-R from Newsboys I of said County at Madison,

CHURCHA CHURCHA WMAF Forida, within eight calendar

preaching service every Sunday1st 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music Please DO NOT park in the months from the time of the first

and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m preaching Service every Sunday 7:55 News I street and make your newsboy run publication .of this notice. Each
10:00 a. m. 8:00 Baptist Hour claim demand shall be in writing
2nd and 4th Sundays morning1st into the street to make a szJe.I or -
SUNDAY SCHOOL1st 8:30 Gospel Music lout and shall state the place of
and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. I Kindly pull over to the curb.
and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. 9:00 Revival Time Our newsboys have instructionsto residence and post office addressof

2nd and 4th .Sundays 11:00 a. m Sunday School every Sunday.1st 9:30 Gospel Concert STAY OUT of the streets, and the claimant, and shall be swornto
10:00 News will by the claimant, his: agent or
we appreciate your cooperating -
8:00
Service m.
Midweek Prayer p. and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. 10:03
Sunday Serenade with us .AND THEM for attorney, and any such claim or
covered dish 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m.
Night
Family 10:45 Prelude
to Worship THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very demand not so filed shall be void.
Friday night Family Night Covered Dish Supper
supper on 11:00 Morning Worship much. MRS MATTIE RAINS. VESTA
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. 2nd Friday night every month 12:00 News 1 BLANTONAs

Methodist Men's Club meets alter- promptly at 7:00 p. m. 12:15 Afternoon Melodies executor of the Last Will and

nately with Rocky Springs on Woman's Society of Christian Ser- 12:55 News BABY STOKLEY Testament of Emma B Boon de-

4th Tuesday. each month vice meets on Monday night after 1:00 Afternoon Melodies I ceased.
FLAVOR Mr and Mrs Gerald S Stokley of
8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. 1:30 Afternoon Melodic First publication July 24th, 1939.:

at 7:30 p. m. The Methodist Men's Club meets 1:40 Serenade In Blue AGED 4 YEARS .WIN Yuma, Arizona announce the arrivalof July 24. 31, August 7. 14 I

Woman's Society of Christian 1:55 News a baby boy, Jerry Randell Stokley
with Lake
alternately Cherry on
meets Thursday after 2:00 Hour 0: Decision WOOD Aug. 1st.
Service PHARMACIST AT SMITH'S
the 4th Tuesday each month at
1st Sunday monthlyat 2:30 Musical Sunday PepsiColaBattling The young man is the grandsonof DRUG STORE ,
8:00 p. m. 2:55 News
7:30 p. m. CompanyPh Mr and Mrs Sam Linton of Green .
The Official Board meets each 3:00 Musical 171. Perry Fla. I
S. S. Supt. Sunday
SHEFFIELD,
JAMES W G Sheldon will be head of
Ass't Supt.C. month following the supper on 3:55 News COUNTY ville.The
THOMAS SURLES, COMMISSIONERS:: Stokleys also have a little! the pharmacy department of
4:00 Hit '
B. Davis Pastor Family Night.P. Parade (Continued from last week Smith's Drug Store, it has been
4:55 News daughter 15 months old.
K. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. I' announced by Mrs Kirby Reich-
5:00 Music A* Sundown
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas.C. The above delegation also asked mann. Mr Sheldon has been with

GP.EENVILLE FLA. B. DAVIS, PASTOR 5:30 Headlines & Weather this Board to consider paving a IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN I Madison Drug Store for a number

5:33 Sign Off recreational area for basketball, AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, : of years and after a two weeks

Sunday School .____. 10:00 A. M. LEE METHODIST CHURCH PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO volleyball, etc., somewhere on the FLORIDA.In I vacation will take over his positionnext

Morning Worship ...___.. 11:00 A. M. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Junior College property. The dele- Re: Estates of James Claude: week.

Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Preaching Every Sunday.1st gation asked that this Board furnish Strickland and Zudie Myrtice I

E"cningVorship .__.__ 7:30 P. M. and 3rd Sundays : machinery and labor only. The Strickland his wife. Both Deceased.

Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M -....-- 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Daily Program ScheduleWMAF I Board agreed to furnish machineryand NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll I Look For Eagle'sBack

HANSON METHODIST CHURCH 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. labor for this project as soon
Sunday School Every 1220 ON YOUR DIAL as time permits. I

Preaching Services every First Sunday ---..___...__ 10:00 a. m.,1 6:00 AJkL Sign On Mr Larry Pinson and Mrs J 0 creditors of the estates of : to School Sale
and Third Sunday 11:00 A. M. Methodist James Claude Strickland and Zudie
Youth Fellowship 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. McDonald asked the Board to investigate
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and 7:30 P. Is!. .... .... Mjrtice Strickland, both deceased,
------..---___ 6:00 p. m 6:25Vorld &. State News the possibilities of opening
School Sunday hereby notified and requiredto Ads 3 & 4
Sunday
every ZEB WILLIAMS. Pastor 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour the drainage ditch which drains are on Pages
10:30 A. M. file claims or demands which I
any
BOB SEARCY Sunday School Supt. 6:45 Rudy Hamrick, Cherry Lake during high water I
Family Night Saturday before they may have against said estatesin
(Mon. Wed. Fri.) periods. This delegation stated that
Every second Sunday 4:00 P. M. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH the office of the county judgeof I
6:55Vorld News the water level of Cherry Lake has
REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON Pastor Madison County. Florida, in the
Preaching Sunday I
every 7:00 State News risen so much as to constitute a FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRATTON
Sunday School _._ i courthouse at Madison, Florida,
10:00 A.t..
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH 7:05 Coffee With Ray health hazard and generally undesirable within eight calendar months from I MOTORS
Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M.] 7:45 World News situations around severalcf i .
Sunday School __.. 10:00 A. M. the date of the first publicationof 10 per cent Down Payment
Baptist Training Union 7:00 P.t.. 7:50( State News the homes on the lake. The
Morning Worship ......_ 11:00 A. M. this notice. Each claim or demand HOWERTOX SUPPLY CO.
F.aptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. ,Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. 7:55 Weather News Board agreed to open this ditch must be in writing and must

Evening Worship ________ 7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting every 8:00 Offee with Ray provided that all land owners affected state the place or residence and

Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M. : 9:00 Morning Devotions by this action will agree to post-office address of the claim-

Brotherhood last Thursdayof W B SEALS, S S Superintendent! 9:15 Musical Interlude this proposal. ant and must be sworn to by the CONSTRUCTIONNew
...__ 7:30 P. M. 9:30 Music Unlimited The Clerk was authorized to pay
each month at
J ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union Mrs Almon claimant, his agent, or his attorney,
10:00 News Zipperer expense monies I and Remodeling
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. Director. or it will become void accordingto
10:05 Music Unlimited as set out in the budget under Item i
Evelene Kelley Circle
3rd Thursday __ 2:30 P. M. ERNEST GURR, Minister 10:30 Music Unlimited No. 681-C, on demand. The Board' August law. 1. 1959. Howerton Supply Co.

11:00 Music Unlimited also agreed to assume a salary of
V. L. SINGLETARY S. S. Supt. WELCOME TO W. J. STRICKLAND, Adminis-
11:15 Public Service $75. for Mrs Zipperer and a salary ; j
:'ALBERT B.T.U. Director NEW I
KELLEY
HOME BAPTIST CHURCH trator of the Estates of James -- -- ---
11:30 Record Session of $25 for Mrs Willie Lee Webo I I
REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN. Pastor Claude Strickland and Zudie Myr- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
12:00 World News and $150. for the 4-H Girls short MAKE APPLICATION FOR
Come Worship With Us tice Strickland. Deceased.
WELCOME TO 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes courses which have heretofore
Sunday School m_..._.... 10:00 A. M. been : Frank A Graham Jr.. < FINAL DISCHARGE
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 12:30 Talk Of The Town paid by the Board of Public
Morning Worship ________ 11:00 A. M. (Probate Law 1933)
__ 12:40 Uncle Ned Instruction. The Board of Public
Sunday School __ 10:00 A. ML Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. I IN COURT OF THE COUNTY
__ 11:00 A. M. 12:45 State News Instruction has discontinued these DuRant and
Morning Worship Dr and Mrs J M
n EeningVorship ........ 8:00 P. M. JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY,
Training Union ._..__ 6:30 P. M. Mid-week 12:50 Farm News payments as of June 30 1959. children left Saturday for a two
Prayer Service 8:00 P. M.
STATE OF FLORIDA.In .
Evening Worship ......._ 7:30 P. M. 12:55 Weather News The Board of Public Instruction weeks vacation at Daytona Beach.
Brotherhood 4th Friday 8:00 P. M.
Prayer Meeting ......._.._ 7:30 P. M. 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade intormed this Board that in addition re the Estate of R S Williams,
Jack Pickles ____________..._ S. S. Supt. Probate.TO .
155 News to the above withdrawals they Jr. Deceased. In
Church Business Meeting First Messer, Mrs James Barber Mrs
Sun Andrews .... B. T. U. Director CON-
IT MAY
WHOM
Wednesday night of each month.I REV. M. J. FOWLER, Pastor 2:00 Gospel Time were discontinuing their paymentof R C Home and Mrs W C Cope- ALL
Brotherhood and W. M U. Second 2:30 Public Service $3500 per year to the County : J J CERN: .
Jr.
Thursday night of each month. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 2:45 Afternoon Melodies Health Unit. The Board of County land, Notice is hereby given thatI

Preaching Services Every Sunday CHURCH 2:55Vorld & State News Commissioners has no alternativebut have filed my final report as

Come Worship With Us. 3:00 Afternoon Melodies to assume this obligation also. Executrix of the estate of R S

REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor Preaching Services every Sunday 3:45 Public Service The Clerk was instructed to advertise Williams, Jr, deceased; that I have

Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 4:00: News for bids on 260 plywood Georgia filed my petition for final discharge \

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 4:05 Request Parade auditorium style- chairs, folding, and that I will apply to the

REV. T. T. CARTER, Pastor Sunday School every Sunday at 4:55 World & State News metal framed, with ash trays on PLATE GLASSd Honorable Curtis D Earp County

Services every Sunday. I 10:00 A. !.l 5:00 Request Parade every other chair, for the Court- Judge of Madison County. Florida,

Sunday School __._....... 10:00 a. m. BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. 5:45 Sports Highlights room in the County Courthouse. Company on the 29th day of August, 1959, for

Morning Worship __ 11:00 a.'m. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 6:00 World News 248 of these chairs are to be in- GLASS approval of same and for final discharge -

Training Union _m_...___. 7:00 p. m. at 8:00 P. 31.Brotherhood. 6:15 Twilight Tunes stalled on a slanting floor, and 18 as Executrix of the estateof
Evening Worship ..._.... 8:00 p. m. first 655 News of these chairs are to be installedon GLASS BLOCK *
Thursday every R S Williams, Jr., deceased, on
Prayer Meeting Wed. ___. 7:30 p. m month at 7:30 P. M. 7:00 Sign Off a flat floor. These bids must __ MIRRORS this 17th day of July, 1959.
PROGRAMS include complete installation on a
SUBJECT TO
Everybody Welcome. ALICE CANTEY WILLIAMS,
L. D. S. SERVICE
REV. J. R. COLLINS, Pastor CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICECONSTRUCTION cleared floor. 215 W. Savannah Ave. Executrix of the estate of R S
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
The Board decided that they
Phone: CHERRY 2-5285, Williams Jr, deceased. I
,
LATTER DAY SAINTS MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST would not participate in the rattle-
Valdosta, Georgia 47-4t-ch
701 South snake law
Range bounty passed by the .

.Sunday School........... 10:00 a. m. Bible Study __ 10:00 A. M. New and Remodeling recent legislature.The ;_ . . .. .-.11I"-.. . ..

acrament Meeting ........ 11:00am. Lord's Supper and Budget for the fiscal year

Relief Society and Priesthood Time Edification _______ 11:00 A. M. Howerton Supply Co. 1959-1960, after having been duly One Great Team

and place as announced at Sacrament Bible Study ___ 7:00 P. M. advertised, was adopted. The mills : :

Meeting. Preaching 7:30 P. M. for the various budgets are as follows

.ALL SERVICES LEGION AT HALL AMERICAN. Ladies" Class HOPEFUL ThursdaysNEW Look For eEagIsBack General: Revenue Fund 8.9 mills : Amoco White Gas & Super Permalube Oil :

E P. CARRYL, Branch Pres. Road & Bridge Fund 0.5 mills .
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH to School Sale & Forfeiture Fund 2.0 mills
RIDGE ROAD. CHERRY LAKE r Fine :: .4. .
Services every dint and third County Health Unit 1.6 mills p
Sundays at 11 a. m., and 8:00 p. m. z .
MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST Ads 3 & 4
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CHURCH Sunday School every Sunday 10.-00 on TOTAL 13.0 mills .

P.EV. JACK LAMB Pastor a. m.TUining The Board of Public Instruction .
Union every Sunday 7:00p. SCHWINN BICYCLES certified their millage for the fiscal t
S. R. Sapp Chairman Board of s .
Deacons. m Franchised Dealers & Service year 1959-1960 as follows: 1F #E k
RYCEOFT. Pastor
REV. W. T. .
County Current School Fund 10.0
Billy Bailey....... BTU Director HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH mills.! .
Cruse ...._ Associate Director
Leroy Welcomes You Special Tax School District Current .
Cruse .__, S. S. Supt.
Leroy Services Every Sunday Fund 10.0 mills.
WAKE UPRARIN' .
Miss Merle Bass ..._"._ Song Leader REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor District Bond I & S Fund 4.0

Mrs Juanita Cruse ...._.... Pianist Sunday School ____ 10:00 A. M. mills.

Sunday School ._.. 10:00: A. M Morning Worship ____ 11:00 A. M. TO GO There being no further business, : MEDDERS :

Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. Choir Practice ____ 6:00 P. loll Without Nagging Backache the meeting adjourned.D .
Union 6:30 P. M. Now I Too caa ret the fait relief yonbled W CHASON, Chairman.
Training Union -... 7:00 P. M. Training from sagging backache. beadaehe .
Evening Worship _-- 7:30 P. M. sad oraseolar ache and pain that often ATTEST:
Evening Worship ..__ 8:00 P. M. I cause ratlcM Birht aid miserable tired-
Wed. 7:30 P. M. DALE M. LESLIE Clerk.
Meeting
Prayer
Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30 P. M. out come feehnrs.OB with over-exertion When these or discomfort ctrcM aadtrain : :
AMOCO STATION
Just as I am, without one plea. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST $Another you disturbance want rdief may-be want mild H bladder fast f HONORED AT LUNCHEONDr
CHURCH
I come Regardless of your clothes' irritation following wrong food and Blanche Hardy, Director of
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Services every Saturday at Mad drink--often setting ap a rotkaa aeomfortahle e
condition. Whether cotton, Home- feeUn*. Guidance Clinic, was honored witha
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spum. You are welcome in our Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. way: 1. by speedy paia-reUerin adios luncheon Wednesday given at : ARNTF MEDDERS, Owner :
to ease torment of nagging backache.
Church service. Church Service at 3 p. m. headache, muscular aches and pain Towne Square Inn by Mrs W P

E C WILLIS. S S Supt X.tion.by S.soothing by mild effect diuretic on action bladder tending irrita Knight of Americus, Ga. Summer New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas.Tires, Batteries Accessories
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD YATES Pastor Telephone to increase of .
HAROLD output the 15 mils of flowers centered the luncheon table
kidney tube. v LUBRICATION WASHING & POLISHING
HU 3-6517. Enjoy a rood airhf sleep and the laid for nine guests. A three course .
Sunday School 10:00 A. M Everyone Welcome same happy relief minions have for over'
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CORNER BASE &
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Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. CO years. New large aiM saves 1IIODe7.'s'PILLS. menu was served. STS. -

Evenins Worship. -_ 7:30 P. M. FREE Touch-typing course with Get Doaa's Pills Guests included Mrs Van H PHONE HU 3-9419

Youth Service: Wednesday 8:00 P. M every SMITH-CORONA portable Priest Mrs Marshall Hamilton 1
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REV. B. B. BRICKLEY Pastor typewriter at The E-R. Mrs H E McArthur Mrs Henry . .R ., .. .e. i . . s'Y
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