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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 21, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (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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LVIII No 1 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, AUGUST 2ist, 1939 :Madison, Florida PRICE tOe Yearly Subscription $3.75 ; Delayed Renewals $4.00

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LEE NEWS NOTESE Jaycees Confer NOTICEThe HOSPITAL NEWS\ Funeral forCleveland OAK HILL NEWSMr



Pickels of Madison Jaycees, who attendedthe following 1958 tangible prop Admitted: E B Floyd, Sandra WilsonFuneral I E Reaves and Miss Mabel

N F A. Wallace Florida Jaycees Summer Con- erty taxes are unpaid and are draw- Brock, ClydeValker, Harvey Col- Reaves were called to Alton Va
services for T Cleveland
Great Lakes, Illinois, has completed ing interest of one per cent per vin Jr, Bob Adams. Mrs Dorothy Thursday by the death of their
ference
at Fort Pierce August 13-
: twelve weeks of Enjdnemen month since April, 1959. If not Wheeler Teddy Sauls, Mrs Edna Wilson a native of Madison County brother Mr Lafayette Reaves.. Mr

A school USN and arrived Sun- 16 were Hybert Hendry, Joe Stafford -I paid together with interest and Hendry Marvin Bass, Mrs Norma who died in Clearwater Wednesday, Reaves fell and broke his hip re

day morning on a twelve day and Ben Davis. The confer- cost of advertising by August 31, Thompson, Mrs Nellie Noble, Miss were held Saturday at the Moss He 80 old.
cently. was years They
leave: for aisit with his mother, ence is held each summer for the 1359! tangible property of taxpayer Charlene Peters; H E Townsend, Funeral Home at Clearwater, and i R
Mrs L
Mrs R J Pickels and sister, Miss purpose of planning the programsand will be subject to issue of Mrs Anne Tudor, Howard Tate. burial was in the Clearwater Ceme- i I were accompanied by
Crafton and Mr Jim Reaves.
Jean Pickels. He will also visit Mr budgets for all of the State warrants directing levy upon and Discharges: Joe Jones, Louise I tery. lIe was the brother of E B

and children Committees. These committees em- seizure of, for unpaid taxes. Long, K B Craig:, Jean Kelley, and John Wilson Madison.. Mrs Lilla Crafton is spendingsome
and Mrs Ed Smith, III
PAT MILUNOR Collector time with her in
Tax Teddyy Sauls, Sandra Brock. Mrs daughter
brace large of subjects I
a variety ,
Dorman Other survivors are his wife
and Mr and Mrs PERSONAL'PROPERTY
I 1958 Peggy Stewart and baby, Joe Wil- Valdosta.
which vital .
Pickles and children. When he I are to every community.The TAXES liams, Clyde Walker, Mrs Dorothy one daughter Mrs E'erettVitcox, Rev and lIrsV L Wynn have

completes his visit here he will go planning groups formulated Tebo Bass ...............__....... lA $ 7.26E Wheeler, Rev James T Barber, Mrs I and three grandchildren all of returned from a two weeks tripto

to New London. Conn for sub- over 50 state and national pro- W Bush .................... 1A 19.97 Pearl Willis, Harvey Colvin, John Clearwater; and two other brothers and DC.
Maryland Washington
marine school. Wallace says he jects, which will be offered to James T Barfield ........ lA 6.53 I Wayne Burnett, R E Adams, H E Claude Wilson and Lawrence Wilson -
time.
likes the Navy fine. local clubs to help their communi- James Bolden ................ 1A 3.63 Townsend, Marvin P Bass. both of Houston Texas. They reported a nice

C & I Furniture Co. .... lA 90.75 COLORED PATIENTS Mr and Mrs E Wilson and Mr Mr Talmage Bland went to Jack-

Mr and Mrs Marcus Cherry and ties.At the President's luncheon, O B Evans .................... 1A 1452 Admitted: Betty Jo Bryon. Ment and Mrs John Wilson of Madison sonville Monday for a checkup.Mr .

children Allen and Douglas and Florida's Attorney General Richard John Evans ..._............._. 1A 16.34 Davis, J B Brinson and Geneva Bob Bass is in a Tallahassee
% Mr and Mrs Burnett of
George
Mr J BVhitty returned home Ervin He James Foster ................ lA 7.26J Martin. hospital and was scheduled for an
was speaker. spokeon
guest
Sunday afternoon from a \isit with I J Farnell .................... 1A 1452 Dismissed: Nellie Mae Davis Cherry Lake and Mr and Mrs operation Aug 17.
the need for
more young men
Mr and Mrs Thomas C Gamble Emory Gibson ............_... 1A 19.97D Jessie MaeCrews and baby Rudolph Bryan Wilson of Jacksonville went I II
in I
and two children of Orlando, Mr I government and pointed out S Gay ..._...._............. lA 14.52 Warren, Betty Jo Bryon J B Brin- to Clearwater to attend the funeral. MADISON SCHOOLREGISTRATION
that one of the problems of government I Albert C Gentry .. 1A 21.78 on.
Auburndale "" "" "" ''''
,
and Mr S Newbern in
was the many "unemployed"persons Isaac Hampton "'._''..m.... 1A 18.15 ,
M> and Mrs Walter Bishop and
still on the payroll. Major Hamilton 1A 4.36
"""'''' Bridesmaids Luncheon
,'n rir:>n in St Cloud and Mr and The 561 Jaycees who attended the John Hall .................... 1A 4.35 J Willis The Madison Elementary School

M Ctrl Turlington and children Conference heard one of the most Ernest Houston ""m..... 1A 7.99 Henry i has set Monday August 24, as

u G iine-;ville.Mr I stirring speeches in a long time Mancy Lee Herring Jr lA 2.18 Miss Catherine Smith and Miss I registration day for all students

> Mary Keelen of Brooksville given by Mr Gibbs Adams, Public Ivey's Feed Store ."'"'' lA 39.93 Dies In JacksonvilleHenry Elizabeth Smith were hostess at I who will be new to our school this

bd, btn the guest of Mrs Maud Relations Director, Department of I James Johnson ........m. 1A 3.63John the bridesmaids luncheon Friday year. You are requested to bring

)ISe*.>,inK' for a few days. Commerce and Industry State of Jackson ....mm...... lA 4.36C. complimenting Miss Hazel Young your child in between the hoursof

Louisiana. His topic at the Saturday W. Jarvis, et al ........ lA 14.52 J Willis, age 54, a nativeof whose marriage to Perry Lamar 9:00 and 3:00 so that our
Mr and Mrs E Whitfield of
Turner & Betty Kinsey 1A 36.30 Madison but resdident of Jacksonville Jenkins, of Live Oak, took place registration may be completed.

Jark-omille returned to their home evening banquet was centered on James Lott .................... lA 4.36 for twenty years died in a Sunday August 16. High School students who are

her Friday for a week end stay. community problems and develop Madison Pool Room .... 1A 15.97 hospital there Monday after a brief The luncheon was given at the
Madison for
the
Tht-y were joined by Mr and Mrs ment. He began by pointing out Charlie Moore Jr ........ lA 7.26T illness. Smiths' charming country home entering High

Robert May and children of North that "when it comes to cars, we B Moore _""___".'.""".. 1A 4.36 Survivors include his wife, Mrs north of Madison. Decorations in first time are asked to register

Carolina, Mrs Whitfield returned are not content with last year's Ezell Miller .................... 1A 5.45G Linnie Willis, one daughter. Miss the rooms open to guests were Monday during the same hours.

home with them for a few days' model Yet, we are perfectly con- B Merritt ..._.......-.. 1A 12.71 Jo Rainey and a son, Steve, of summer flowers and greenery. Students from Lee. Pinetta and

: tent to get along with an outdated James Odom _._.....__ 1A 1452 Jacksonville; his mother, Mrs D H Places were laid at the luncheon Cherry Lake have already regis

rMI' Joe Phillips -........._.. 1A 2.18 \Villis, Madison; two sisters, Mrs table for eight guests :nd a three tered. 51-lt-ch
and Mrs Charley Summy ..:,.d town"He. went on to say"Industrytoday
Randell Pryor __ 1A 16.34 M B Coffee of Valdosta, and Miss course menu was served.
''''''''''''
.. hoys af Miami have been is interested in new model Henry Robinson _........... 1A 4.36 Cleo Willis of Madison; and a Mrs W C Smith assisted her t CHARGED WITH DRIVING ON

[ gxi-vr; of Mr and Mrs Fred Carter plant facilities in new model designs Charlie Smith ....__....._.._. 1A 4.36 brother, Linton Willis, of Madison. daughters with hospitalities.Miss I WRONG SIDE OF ROAD

[ and family. and in new model l towns." Doc Smith ..._................... 1A 4.36J Services wereheld at 4 p. m. Young presented her attend- ,

Further, "Every community needsa R Starling Jr ........ 1A 16.34 Wednesday in the Pine Grove ants with strands of pearls, which I

Jacksonrime healthy and expanding economic Will Shaw ...._............._. 1.18.15 Baptist church, the Rev 0 J Steverson they wore with their bridesmaid'sattire. Leonard Hoyt Thurman of Madi-

|v'.'< with her parents Mr and Mrs bas But in order to get the com- Apostle Solomon _..._._..... lA 18.15 of Tallahassee and the RevC son was charged with driving on
Melvin Thomas .... 1A 18.15J B Davis officiating. Interment Guests included besides the the wrong side of the road in eco-
into where it .mm.
munity a position
[F nk Stokes.M .
< C Thomas ......._........ lA 1634 was in Pine Grove cemetery with honore, Miss Young, Miss Dale nection with an automobile acrii -
-- and Mrs A R Humphries will be able to realize this goal George Tompkins ........ lA 19.97 the T J Beggs Jr. Funeral Homein Carpenter, Miss Betty Lou Jenkinsof i dent at 9:15 p.m. Sunday on State

len Monday afternoon for a visit we must get people to pull together Cozy Tompkins .....m_._. 1A 436 charge. Live Oak, Miss Ann Ross of Road 53 near a Cherry Lake in

wun hibrother and family.M I for big things so that they can put Obie Williams ................ 4 3.26 Active pallbearers were Messrs. Panama City, Miss Gail Coffee and tersection.

,'v o L Williamson and mother, their own community house in Maynor Wright Jr .m.... 1A 436 Frank Casey of Jacksonville and Miss Griffin Blalock. Trooper Peavy and Deputy Sheriff

I Mrs M <,"niVehb, of Jackson- order". In conclusion, he urged I Thomas Washington .... lA 18.15D Blalock flames Philip Smith Porter, who investigated the accident -

Ivtue. and Mrs J C Webb of Cherry I every one to work with their, Washington ........ 1A 12.71 Howard Hughey, \VV Shaw. Cole said two vehicles. were involved
._.. 1A 438 Agner, George Hunter and Frank
[.asp were here for a short while school officials and cooperate with General Washington Luncheon for a 1953: Plymouth driven by
I Pope Wilson ._. ........ lA 6.54 Davis of Madison.
with other .m.
rhuj>d*> morning visiting organizations as they come Mr Thurman and a 1953: Oldsmobile -
Louis Ziarko ...-.,...-..-... 1A 7.26
enaand relatives.M up with ideas for community improvement Miss YoungMiss driven by James Edward

and Mrs Leslie Williams and and to pull together to Services For Massey of Cherry Lake. Both cars

I wo children of Plant City cameKatu'da strengthen their community. I were headed north when the
Youth Reviva!
: > for a few days visit II Perhaps you might ask yourselfa ,Baptist Willie E. Hill Hazel Young, popular bride- Plymouth preparatory to making

!/
with a charming luncheon Wednesday -
[not: family Mrs Fred Williamsd done within the past year to make A youth-led revival begins at :1 of the road in front of the oncoming -
at Hotel Madison given by;
Mr and Mrs Sammy Williamsf I mine a new model town? Are we the First Baptist Church, Madison, Services for Willie E Hill of Miss Emaline Carpenter and Mrs I Oldsmobile which crashed

| Perry were also guests of Mrs living up to our obligations of under the leadership of the State Day, Fla, who died in the Madi- Maury Blalock. into the rear. Damage to each car

Alliams Sunday. citizenship in cur State and community Baptist Student Union team. Sunday son County hospital Aug 13 were Places were laid at the beautifully i was approximately $400. Mr Thur .

Mr Benny Whitty returned to ? August 23rd. and will centime held at 3 p m Friday in Brewer. appointed table for twelve man was released on his own

Gainesville: Monday from spending rRehearsal through Friday 28th. The Lake Baptist Church. The Rev guests including Mrs George Young I I recognizance to await a later

part of his vacation here with team members are Earl Davis Eugene Baxley, pastor. Rev E J mother of the honoree Mrs Chester hearing. The drivers escaped injury.Mr .

is parents, Mr and Mrs J B PartyMr Madison; Ernest Stoutamire Talla- Babb of Jacksonville, and the Rev Jenkins, the bridegroom's mother
bridal attendants and out-of-town
(Tutty. hassee; and Manya Creel, of Char Mr Fowler officiated. Intermentwas and Mrs L B Stewart. Miss
in Day cemetery with the T J guests. A three course luncheon was
|Rev and Mrs Zeb Williams have and Mrs lotte N C. Bennie Rose Stewart and Miss
served.
George Young en-
guests Mr and Mrs J H Bates tertained the Young-Jenkins wed- Earl Davis, a graduate of Madison Beggs Jr Funeral Home in charge. Frances Stewart and W C Cope-

Spartanburg. South Carolina. ding party Saturday night followingthe High School is a senior at Survivors are his wife, Mrs Alma BOARD MEETS land III spent Sunday at St

[Mr and Mrs Frank Stokes hadgut"sts rehearsal at the First Baptist ,John B Stetson University. Deland. Hill; one daughter Mrs Toby Page Simon's Ga with the Albert Glass

this week Mr and Mrs church. The thirty or more guests He is a member of the Ministerial of Jacksonville and eight grand I Mrs S H Moore held a board :I family of Eastman Ga who are

[-ank Thigpsn and children of were entertained at the Legion I Association and B S U. Executive children. meeting of the Garden Club Monday -!I vacationing there. Miss Bennie Rose

Iiburndile.M : I Home whereiced punch, cake sand- Council This will be the Pallbearers were Messrs. Jack at her home when dates for., Stewart remained there for a

Alford Pinkard of wiches andhors d'ouevres were Tolar Junior Thomas, J L Prine, the decided<; visit week
| .' and: Mrs I tenth revival Davis has preachedthis new club year were this
jidison and Misses Elizabeth and served. Julius Barrs, Edward Carmichael, upon. Tuesday night Oct 6 was I -x-
Mr assisting summer.
and Mrs J I Ray were '
len Stokes of Lee spent last hosts. Earnest Stoutamire a music Ewel Driver Henry Williams named as a general meeting in Lt Commander Mary Catherine

ek at Daytona Beach. I major and a Senior at Florida Madison Smith, Clayton Dees Gor- connection with gardening seminer I Coody arrived Monday' and accompanied

[Wayne Slaughter of Palatka has State University, will direct the don Smith, Thomas Bell, Rufus to be held at that time. her mother, Mrs T C
CirclesCircle Toole and Mr Atkins.At .
[?n home for a few days visit Baptist music. He is active in B S U work On Oct 22 members make their Coody, to Atlanta Tuesday where

|h his mother Mrs Edna Slaughand is Extension Director. Also he is annual trip to entertain patientsat Mrs Coody went for eye surgery.
the Presbyterian church Sun-
aunt. Miss Eunice Wil- No. 1 will meet August active in one of the churches in Miss Florida State hospital. -x-
day morning Toni Jean
Mrs Frank Paterson Sr left
Annual bazaar will be held Nov
ins 24th with Mrs J Vickers at 10 Tallahassee. Wells the
gave a report on
Ijttle Bruce Leonard of Jack- o'clock Monday a. m.. No. 2 with Manya Creel will have charge of World Mission Conference at 14. Saturday to visit relatives in Plant

ville is hereon a two weeks'j I Mrs C T McWilliams and Mrs M the seminars and also will work Montreal N C, which she recently The camellia show will be held City for three weeks. Mrs George

it with his grandmother, Mrs D Minter at Mrs McWilliams' with the Junior Choir. attended. She reported wonderful in January on a date to be named Gandy and daughter Harriet and
home at 3 Monday. No. 3 a later & will Frank Paterson Jr
Ide p. m. be staged on a more accompaniedher
Sutton. each session there will bea
I I After meeting. The pastor Rev Joseph
with Mrs W B Davis, Jr at 3 simplified scale than in the past there.
and Mrs Gerald Williams and seminar
;
.ev fellowship
o'clock p. m. Monday. No. 4 with youth Gammon, brought the morning circle

[Tallahassee stopped by for a Mrs J A Davis at 8 o'clock Mon under the direction of the Youth message from the 13th chapter of will several years.show The chairman.Azalea Mrs J D Scruggs-x-Jr and daughters .
act as
with friends, en route homea day evening. Nita McCullough with team. Many problems faced by our 1st Corinthians and Miss Jean
Ann and visited
A flower show will be Mary Sissy,
vacation trip in Gainesvillehis Mrs Elvira McDaniel at 7:30 Monday youth of today will be discussed. Ragans a solo the 23rd Psalm. spring
gave held by the circles i in homes to be Mr and Mrs Bill Dflaino in Cedar
mother. evening. Services will begin each night at
Miss Ragans left Tuesday for Decatur -
selected in ApriL Key last week. Mr Scruggs went
Sybil Rowe of Columbus 8 o'clock and the public is invited. Ga where she will teach
The of Mrs Joe Bird, MrsE there Saturday and accompaniedthem
her Mrs'T C McNally has as guests names
; 30 came Monday to visit English in the Druid Hills High
B Wilson Mrs Bill Cave Mrs home Sunday.x .
idparents. Mr and Mrs R Rowe.r this weekend, Mr and Mrs Douglas School. ,

| and Mrs Boyce Faulkner of Martin, of Lakeland Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Clyde Cantey and Mack Primm and Mrs Charles -

McNally of Tampa and Mr and Mrs Cantey's mother Mrs -x- Stout were presented for member- Gail Martin of Jacksonville spent
jer. South Carolina herea Byron
a. are Miss Janice Lamb who has been .
last week! here with her grandparents
Urlin of Chipley Scott and Mrs B M Bryann leave ship.
[ few days' visit with Mr and and Mrs Myers spending the summer at her home Wil-
Mr and Mrs B M
Bob Adams. Friends of Mr who will join the visitors here today on a vacation trip to Jack- here went to Jacksonville Sunday .

are glad that he is back Sunday for the day. Mr and Mrs sonville Beach. They will be joined where she is on the faculty of the Albert Glass of Eastman Ga liams. Mr and Mr G S Martin

the hospital and hope he will Martin will also visit Mr and Mrs there by the Rev and Mrs Larry new Wesconnett High School this spent last week here visiting rela came Sunday and were accompanied -

of Jacksonville. tives. J J home by Gail.t' .
be well and about. I Tom Martin. O'Steen and son falL _



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OUTHD-LED REVIVALAT












FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH






Madison, Florida



JAMES T. BARBER, PASTOR




AUGUST 23.. 28 .





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Earl DavisPREACHER Manya Creel Earnest Stoutamire


I SEMINAR LEADER MUSIC DIRECTOR

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ATTEND THE FRIENDLY CHURCH WITH A MESSAGE .








GIVE GOD A CHANCE







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Mrs Parker, mother of the bride I 'SPEAKS ON CAMP AND i
Morrison-Parker Look For Eagle'sBack' Newest Class of f Gray Ladies
wore Navy silk made on molded I'j I | RESERVE UNIT I

lines matching accessories and I

Marriage SolemnizedElam white carnation corsage. I to School Sale I

Mr Morrison had as his best At the Lions' Club meeting II

man Leroy Rutherford of l\tadi-I Ad on Page 4. Tuesday Pat Milliner captain ol I -, ,
Baptist Church. Quitman, son. Groomsmen were Benny Seals the local reserve unit, spoke in- I ; wt

Georgia, was the setting on August I Bobby Davis and Tommy Kinsey. terestingly of the Madison company t y; 'y 3",.

14th at 8 o'clock in the evening Following the ceremony a reception New NFJC PersonnelNew and its operations at Camp Stewart

for the wedding of Miss Dorothy I was held in the church parlor last month.

Jean Parker, daughter of Sirs A E given by the bride's mother. The Madison unit, formerly in
The bride's table covered faculty members at NFJC the transportation ,
Parker of Quitman, and the late was department 4xr
this y
and
the will
year sujects they
Mr Parker and Marcus Donald with a beautiful lace cloth. The teach are Miss Dorothy Landon some time back was made a tank

Morrison, of Madison son of Mrs tiered wedding cake centered the Business Law Typing and Short- unit and the Captain told of the j

Hoyt Wainwright, and the late Mr table. A tilted wedding bell hold- haooIr; Al Hofflander. Mathe- company's experience with the

Morrison.The ing a miniature bride and bride- matics and Accounting; Mr James tanks. Maintenance, he said, was ,. jp'

Rev Ernest Gurr pastor of groom topped the cake. Nosegaysof I Moncrief, Social Studies; Mr Lewis the big thing and pointed out the ;

Pine Grove Baptist Madison white gladioli and mums tied Thompson, Social Science and Physi- excitement and dangers connected a
formed per- with yellow satin and net com- cal Education; Mr L C Glass Sci- with the operations. The local unit

' the double ring ceremony. pleted the decorations. Mrs W J ences; Mr Robert Kennedy, Music got along fine, however made an
Vows were spoken before an altar and Spanish Miss Gabriel,
Dukes cut the cake. ; Marjorie excellent showing, and were com- Pictured above is the recently-formed Gray Ladie-*

holding a large arrangement of Mrs William Oliver Jr of Madison John English and Physical Education; Dr plimented highly on their work. class in Madison. Second row, left to right, are: Mrs L
white gladioli and mums with Sands, Dean of Instruction E Leslie, Mrs Ruth Reams, Mrs J L Sims, and Mrs R
"branched candelabra sister of the bridegroom received Dr Blanche Hardy, in charge of The payroll to the local company
on either side Mickler; first row: Mrs Esther Watson, chairman of the
guests. Others assisting were Guidance and Testing for while at Camp Stewart ran to
Casting a soft slow. Billie Coffee program local Ladies Mrs Mrs Mc-
Gray Carrie Armstrong, Ruby :
and Miss this entire
Miss Jones Margaret area.
Betty $6000.00. and here at home it runs
of Quitman offered organ music Jones of Quitman. I Mrs Waring Wyche Jr of the Chesney, Mrs Flossie Griffin and Mrs Hazel Beggs, of
from $2300: to $3000 a quarter.
and Miss Alir
Fave1I1iam3 Jacksonville volunteer *vorker.Gray .
office ,
personnel has become Business -
while with their
After spending a
I Millinor reporte" hopes of
gettingan
sang Whither Thou Goest and Oh Morrison left Manager of the College and ladies have achieved an enviable record of ser-
i guests, Mr and Mrs here
Perfect Love. Mrs D H Mays Jr and Mrs Wayne armory by 1963. vice at the MCM Hospital and earned admiration and
Ion a wedding trip to the Florida The club voted to send cardto
Miss Shirley Parker was hersister's Weger are new Secretaries. a respect of all whom they had an opportunity to ser\e.
Beaches. They will reside in Madison Mrs T C
j Coody, whs! has chargeof
- maid of honor. Miss Mary I j j"Waimvright. (E-R Photo).
where Mr Morrison is an employee the club's meals and is now in

was. sister junior of the bridesmaid.bridegroom I of Tri-County Electric Co f NFJC Offers Night a hospital in Atlanta with serious Watch for the EAGLE STORE'Sspecial . . .

o operative.Art trouble. WRANGLER Section in the I
eye New Goodyear All-Weather
Their dresses of yellow brocade
ProgramThe Kirby Reichma of Madison and FLORIDA TIMES-UNION Sunday
taffeta were identical fashioned Comics. I I tube-type tire, 6:70 x 15S12.95
waltz leneth with wide girdles encircling Williams, son of Mr and Phil Hoche of Winter Park were .
Williams left last Friday visitors. Mr and Mrs
Mrs Stanley Millard Young and
the waist with bo-ws in NFJC adult night college
to visit his grandparents, Mr children. plus tax
back with ends falling to the hem- program will begin about September -- Annette. Warren and
and Mrs GV Rea of Chattahoo- Faye and Mr and
1 and Jan. 19, Mrs Clifford
line. They: wore yellow satin slip- run through
chee. Art was accompanied by 1960 After considerable discussion at Leslie and and tire
for the first semester. Courses Dewayne returned recappable
and carried bouquets of yellow -
pers Michael Lanier, who planned to
offered will be Shorthand the Merchants' meeting Monday Saturday .
Introductory night from
and white mums tiedth return Monday. Art will return the a vacation MESSER BATTERY & TIRE CO
Communication Skills Western night, it was decided, for the spent in the Smoky Mountains.
yellow satin ribbons. following week end. Civilization History and Appreciation present at least, to let the half- They also \isited other i. . . .
of
points
The bride was ,given in;:marriageby -XT" of Music of Old
,- Survey holiday matter go along as it Is, interest in
her brother; Edwin Parker.. Miss Dorothy .Landon of Atlantahas Testament, and Humanities: Philoso. and to ask the two large grocery Georgia. Alabama, South I Miss Lucille McCullough and Mr
She chose a street length gown of arrived to :teach at NFJC ana phy. ;.; stores oh Carolina. North Carolina and Archie McCullough accompamed
Wednesday
presently closing -
white nylon over taffeta. The is occupying one of the Harrison For further information as to con Tennessee.Mrs their nephew Jimmy McCullough

bodice featured embroidered lace. apartments. Her mother came with II and schedule, call the Dean of In- afternoons to shift to Thursday to his home in Atlanta, after a visit

Her veil of illusion fell from a her last week and her father spent struction, Dr John Sands, HU i I I afternoon closings. A H Hemphill left Wednesday .here with his grandmother, Mrs A

crown of pearls and velvet leaves. a few days here. Mr and Mrs 3-2288 (Aug. 21, 28) I I -x- for Tampa to spend some timewith H Hemphill. They remained theN'for
returned to Atlanta.
Landon have her daughter, Miss Eva JIcCultough a short visit with Mrs O'Neit
.
Her chrysanthemum bouquet was .
r-x- Mr and Mrs Leonard Elvin of i Mrs AV Vann, accompanied who is ill at Tampa McCullough and children.
showered with smaller pompons, Wadsworth of Talla-
Mrs Dick b'i
Mrs Albert
Jacksonville stopped over here Wing and son General Hospital
and satin ribbons. .
ivy hassee was a visitor in town Wed of Ocala. left -
to
Thursday
Wednesday nightith FrancisBroward : spend -xMr -
Wainwright. the bridegroom's nesday. on their home froman few days in Natchez, Miss with I j j and Mrs L C Glass are residing Hazel Horne and Archie McTu-
mother chose a dress of beige silk I way '
-x- I : John
Wing They will return byway the
the North i at home of Mrs M L lough have returned from a vacation
voile matching accessories, and Mr Stanley Williams made a automobile trip to of New Orleans
and make a short;,, Walker. Mr Glass is a member of trip tot New Orleans and
corsage of white carnations. I business trip to Ocala last Friday. :Carolina mountains. 1 \isit there. the NFJC faculty. Mexico City.




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atXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX1TOBACCO I Mr and Mrs E B Browning: and
HARVEST SPECIAL! Business People Mr and Mrs Arden Brown and
Watch the E-R for the EAGLE James Browning had as luncheon .
Rayon Bedspreads, 80 x 100
BREEDEN'SMadison's STORE'S Back to School specials. Form GroupThe guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Doyle
Brown and Miss Laverne Brown of
$2.49 each Madison and Mr Forest Brown and
Mrs T S Braswell of Monticello.
Newest Fashion & Gift Shop DAYLIGHT DEPT. STORE i !I I
>OOOOOG7000t:7Cherry: :: :: GREENVILLE BAPTIST I Madison Merchants I
I CHURCH NEWS tion was formed Monday .Assoeia-I I I secretary-treasurer.
IS I meeting in Hotel Madison After some discussion it was
Lake NewsMr Room. ;I agreed to leave the Thursday closing
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The Greenville Baptist Church Van II Priest heads the group a,.- for mo-t of thtores as is.

OPEN FOR BUSINESS I completed its Vacation Bible School chairman with Buford Selman \ict'- The annual! meeting: of the ASSO-
chairman and Mrs Floree Breeden! ii.iTion;s a!id! he held i m November.
and Mrs George Burnett, last Friday night with Commencement -
Jr and children Suzanne and Bub- Exercises in the Church -- -

FEATURING ba, spent last week vacationingat I auditorium. Before the program began -

Daytona Beach and other placesof Open House was observed in ti
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interest. the various departments.The '
Dresses by: YOUTH FAIR Mrs Ben Williams and son I enrollment this year was j

I GAY GIBSON Johnnie have been visiting her son 138 which was much better than \\

:MISS COUTURE and wife, Mr and Mrs B N Williams last year, and average attendance ,.

BARBETTE I Jr in North Carolina. was 93 for the eight days. In many
Mrs Williams returned after a I ways this school was one of the I I -:.: >

JANE IRWILL weeks visit and Johnnie spent an-I finest. Much was attempted in '
Sweaters b y.: PETER FREUND other week with his brother and I handwork and much was accom '

family at Camp Sea Gull in Ara- plished. Mrs II C Giles had chargeof G

pahoe, N C. II the refreshments.A I
GOSSARD FOUNDATION GARMENTS i ;
BIRTHDAY PARTY dedicated group of workers

ACCESSORIES * CHILDREN'S WEAR Miss Karen Westerman was,worked hard and long to prepare

surprised with a birthday party:for this great effort. tj'i t

COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF MASCOT GIFT ITEMS Saturday night, Aug 15th, at home I The Church Nominating Com- 1 Ctt

by her parents, Mr and Mrs Earl mittee is holding meetings to select 001'9
Located in Setzer's Shopping Center Westerman. Mrs Betty Lovingoodof '!workers in all phases of the church
s sty
MADISON, FLORIDA"i."R Jacksonville and Miss Sally organization for the coming year, i iI 4J v '

. a2f Wilson assisted in the games and I which begins in October. -may 1t S
I serving refreshments. Karen received The pastor is leading in a studyof 4

lovely gifts. I the Book of Romans at the ti .,J.:,,,,
Look For Eagle'sBack I ft D. NEWS\ BAPTIST QUARTET SINGSA mid-week Prayer Service each I P ""a.' 'i..

quartet from Cherry Lake I week. Everyone is invited to come '

to School SaleAd The,;Madison II D Club held an Baptist Church, sang at Beulah I and bring his Bible for this very :; :
interesting Baptist Church at Nankin, Ga I helpful and important study.
meeting at the Cherry
Lake last Thursday night. The quartetwas The public is cordially invitedto s
l on Page 4. cottage of the president, MrsR t Q .S
E Cowart, Tuesday, with twelve composed of Kermit Horne, Bob attend'any or all of the services "tE
r Here, indeed, are the rings that will test)
members and two visitors, Mrs E Milner, George Shaw and Donald of this church. "The Spirit and C e f I er express your sentiments for they are styled
e
Miss Eva McCullough, who suf- E Hadden and Ree Mays, attending. Wilson and Mrs Milner, pianist. the bride', say, Come." s beautifully and set with diamonds of unsurpassed
fered a severe illness while conducting During the regular business meet METHODIST CHURCH t brilliance.See the pair now.

a revival at Avon Park, ing the present officers were re-I Rev and Mrs C B Davis arc con Rings end Diamonds nfarocd la straw was removed from the hospital thereto elected for the coming year: Mrs valescing from an accident that HOSTS AT LUNCHEON I
Tampa General Hospital, where II E Cowart, president; 1lrsV C
occurred Sunday, Aug ith. Rev
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she continues ill. Her mother, Mrs I Copeland Sr, vicepresidentlrs; I
Davis was driving from Cherry
A II Ilemphill and sister Miss i Thurston Raines, secretary; Mrs E After the baptism Sunday of I II
Lucille McCullough visited her inj! F Dickinson, treasurer; Mrs E B Lake Methodist Church to Rocky Frederick Mickler Norfleet, young
Tampa over the week end. They Wilon, council delegate.A Springs to conduct services when I grandson of Mr and Mrs Fred I
were accompanied by the Rev O'Neil I delicious covered dish luncheon the accident occurred. Rev 0 J Mickler, Mr and Mrs Mickler entertained .
McCullough, who after a visit with was served at noon. Steverson, former pastor, conducted i their children and grandchildren -
his sister, left for El Salvador C.I services last Sunday at both at a luncheon. Guests included WAYNE/W. WEGERMADISON
A to be out of the States a month.I Mr and Mrs Leon Mason and churches. I Mr and Mrs Nat Norfleetand

MrMcCullough and children will daughter Miss :Margaret Mason,I I Mrs Davis continues a patientin children, Mr and Mrs E P

remain in Atlanta during his ab- .of Tampa, are here this week the Madison County hospital.Mr I Sanders Jr and sons, Mr and Mrs

srnce. I visiting her mother Mrs R L and Mrs Billy Roberts of Robert Mickler and children and I
-x- Dr and Mrs Frederick Mickler and I i
Millinor. Washington, D C are visiting his I .
Mrs James Conway and Mrs Roger children of Jasper! : FLORIDAMAIL
-x- parents, Mr and Mrs John Roberts.
Asbury leave today to spend a weekin
Jacksonville. Mrs Conway will I Miss Mary Jo Gross will go to I II James Hawkins, with the U S I

visit her sister, Mrs J Meek Clark, I Columbus Ohio, this fall to com Air Force, after spending a 30 -r
and Mrs Asbury will visit relatives plete her High School education' day furlough with his parents, Mr
and friends. I at Arlington High. I and :\IrsV C Hawkins, left Sun- IT TOD A

I day for Oklahoma, to be stationedat
an Air Force Base there.

TO SELL THE BIG large frame FIREA home near the Own it Tomorrow !

Sims saw mill at Cherry Lake
burned completely last Saturday
night. Origin of the fire was un-

known and the house was not occupied MOVE IN.

MADISONCOUNTY at the time.A .

weiner roast was enjoyed

Saturday night at the lake given

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PAISLEY PRINTS ; I
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PLAID-SOLID STYLING : J qla WINDY WOODS < '. 'I
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VALUES $3.98 and $4.98 QUANTITY
:McKETTRICKHENRY:
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HOPE REED ( RESERVED

$1.98 and $2.98 2 Pr. $1.00 I

$ $ JUNE BOY .
ONE GROUP FOR 598 To 1495

"Her Majesty"/ BACKTOSCHOOLBABY '! Fresh Cucumber I(

DOLL I SLICED i;
GIRLS I SLIPS LADIES FIRST QUALITY

PAJAMAS RAYON PANTIES i
Sanforized cotton with tuck and grow waist seam and elastic PICKlE
under arm insert scientifically porportioned for perfect fit. Soft Cotton Batiste Finest Run-Proof Knit with Elastic cr Band Leg.
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SIZES 5-6-7 SIZES: 8-9-10-11
+ OUR REGULAR 49c OUR REGULAR 69c
SIZES: 4 TO 14 $

BACKTOSCHOOLSPECIAL 3pI.OO 2 Pro $tOO I I 1 I 15 OZ

JAR ;

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BOYS BETTER SHORT SLEEVE
MEN'S WASH 'N WEAR
SPORT SHIRTS r
2pr.$3.OO DRESS PANTS Y. I I !

"Tom Sawyer" By and "Sedgefield" 55'< dacron, 45'; rayon, dark .and I
Dan River plaids and ginghams, wash 'n wear BOYS COTTON light colors in solids, slubs, stripes CICAIPO.PULAR
prints and solids 'BOSTON" BELTS and fancies.
SIZES 6 to 18: OUR REGULAR $1.98 TO $2.98 SIZES: 28 to 42
SOCKS Top Grain Steerhide
OUR REGULAR $6.98 PAIR
Boys and Mens 20 to 44

$ 00 with Stretch Heel and Toe for Regular $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 $

2 For 3 Longer Wear $4.88 2 $ 9 REG BRANDS SIZE 6 1

4 Pair $1.00 08 Each or Pre CiNGrade

OKLAHOMA KID MEN'S QUALITY UNDERWEAR
BOY'S QUALITY UNDERWEAR WESTERN JEAf1S. MEN'SSTRETCH BRIEFS, SHORTS & UNDERSHIRTS '.
OUR A.5 EACH SHORTS & UNDERSHIRTS _I:.,.

A 10-oz Coarse Weave SIZES 4 TO 16 CUR REGULAR 69c EACH ":1' I'Ii'
9 Stnfcri: .ed Denim
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$1.59 or FOR BACK-TO-COLLEGE For

WHITE MUSLIN ',
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Mr and Mrs Benjamin Davis and I Mr and Mrs R R Dugan Mrs GAME CALLED OFF Mrs Bill Tomlinson and children, Miss Mary Alice Dedge of Milton I
three children, Sarah June, Bend 'M Walker and Miss Ethel Hop Don and Ann of Tallahassee, were formerly connected with the 'PC
an Margaret, have returned from I,kins left Thursday to attend the The baseball game between Madi- week end guests of Mr and Mrs Madison Schools was a visitor
spending last week in South|I wedding of Miss Matilda Walker son and Lax this past Sunday W T Ilollingswortn.x here Tuesday. ,
Florida, Mr Davis attended a Jaycees and Dr Joe Stubbs in Tampa. afternoon was called off due to -
I -x-
Conference at Fort Pierce\ the death of the mother of one of Howard Tate, at home on vacation Miss Helen) Littleton is at home
while Mrs. Davis and children I the Lax players. A doubleheader, from FSU ia patient at the fiom Camp Hood Counsel! where she
visited her mother Mrs Dagmar Wiring and Repair howe'Crill be played here this local hospital. I s\a- ,.ouIelof fOI'eral weeks.
Their nephew| Sunday afternoon between Madisonand
Jensen in Miami. I --- --
George Davis Jr of Miami accompanied -; BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. Remerton. I "
them home for a \i.-it. I Other Twin Rivers league game
"' " " "" '' H''UUU''''_'_ Sunday saw Valdosta defeating i More refreshihQI -
I Remerton, 16 to 15 in ten inningsand

Don't Throw That SlickBRING header Moultrie from Live taking Oak 7 a to double-4 and Fewer calories !

11 to 10. Ilahira-Stockton game I
was called off on account of wet

Tire away grounds.TEAM STANDINGSW Insist ongenuine Blue Ribbon oiBR'
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Lax 14 7 ..667Mouftrie GOLD
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U. S. 90, opposite Ragans Motor Co. Remerton ._....__..__n_ 4 21 .160 vcfC
7 where you shop! )
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BREEDEN'S NOW OPENA
new fashion and gift shop U 11Eg BESSIE LEE OF|
and get new tire,service out of it I
open in Madisoa It is BREEDEN'S.located ,II
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WE ALSO HAVE RE-CAP TIRES FOR SALE Center.: Mrs Floree Breeden, owner I
and manager, is featuring fine
lines in women's and children's I AND T-B FREE CERTIFICATE; NO. 434
They will give you all the Tread Service A. New Tire clothing. She is carrying such

will, or more, and at much less cost Peter famous Freund brands, Jonathan as Jane Logan.Irwill.! Your Local Distributor

Yours: for tire conservation Youth Fair Gay Gibson.I 3s
Couture, Barbette and Gossard. A
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sortment of Mascot gift items. Al-
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FIRST PAVED ROADSThe
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I from New Port, which is on the St. Marks river, in a north.
WaYfI"VMAd l 1I I :"?! ':t::: : ::- ,' !1' -" I CAN MAE IT EAS)...Irs easterly direction to Tompk'.nsville: Georgia. The purpose of I

JUST STARTING TO TURN RED. the road was mainly for the transport of cotton. A toll was

charged for transportation on this road by its operators. The
in Comic Section of Florida! Taking Orders For 4 plank road was accomplished by putting down runners and then'

Times-Union Sunday, Aug. 23. placing the planks across them.
o .

Seedlings :: o Look For
n SERVICE Birthday PartyMrs Eagle's

Orders are now being acceptedfor a Judson Rowe entertained at
pine seedlings from Florida o her home in Edgewood Monday Back to School Sale

Forest Service nurseries, and will e"eningith weiner roast honoring -i

continue to be accepted until her daughter, Miss Martha Jane Ad Page 4.
October 1, according toIadison Rowe, on her eleventh birthday:, on

County Farm Forester Eldredge anniversary. i

Carnes. I II II Thirty-five guests enjoyed an I
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t "All orders will be filled on a 0 'l e fly I IJI II evening of games and contests. The I Supper Party
first come-first served basis," : weiners were roasted on the out-!

said Carnes. "Individual orders up o v door grill and were served with, i iI _
to 50,000 seedlings will be filled The 7rav fert Safety Service birthday cake cookies and cold I
without reduction." I 1 -|i The terrace at theVan II Priest
I any drinks and bubble gum. The lovely
tyf
Orders for seedlings may be Lakeside home was the setting
I chocolate birthday cake was topped
placed with Madison County Ranger Failure to grant right-of-way caused 610,000 casualties I with eleven pink candles. j Tuesday evening for a supper

Jf\ Vernal Webb, Madison County j in 1958. Miss Sircy Rowe and Mrs Philip,; party, given by Mr and Mrs Priest

Agent Rudy Hamnck, Charles Sims Smith assisted Mrs Rowe in serving -'and Mr and Mrs William B Clark

of the Agricultural Stabilization Mr J F Buckhalt of St. Augustine i. AT MORMON CLUB MINISTERS MEETING SPEAK I and entertaining the guests. |i and their daughter, Miss Rosemary

& Conservation Committee of Madison -I arrived Wednesday to visit his son I Martha Jane received many attractive -:Clark, complimenting Miss France
County, or Farm Forester
and family, Mr and Mrs Cecil gifts. I Stewart and her fiance, W C
Eldredge Carnes of the Florida Elders Marion Galliger of Hoi- II
You Can't Beat The Forest Service Buckhalt: at Cherry Lake.x brook, Arizona and Vern Okelberryof I Copeland IIL
I Gerald Hall, son of Mr and Mrs
]I The twenty-three guests included
Comfort Style Oakley, Idaho, ministers of the
HenryV Hall, and member of]
Mr and Mrs Howard Coody, Mrs Church of Jesus Christ of Latter a i parents of the honorees, wedding
And Wear Of the 1959 graduation class of
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I IWRA1JGLER Lura Coody and Mrs Reba Williams Miss Lynn Cheney returned to her Day Saints, usually called the Mor- Madi-I attendants and their dates.
son High School, has \
have returned from a several I home in Jacksonville Sunday from mon church, who have been doing Owens-Illinois 'scholarship, and will! The I hostesses presented the
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I days' vacation in the Smoky a visit here with her grandparents, church work in Madison: and near attend Baylor University, Waco,I honorees with silver in their
I by cities, spoke at the Rotary Club
Jeans mountains in Tennessee. Mr and Mrs R E Cowart. I Texas, this fall. I chosen pattern.
I I meeting Wednesday. ------
By BLUE BELL --- They told of the history of the'I

Authentic Western cut A LOOK AT THE BOOK church, beginning with Joseph !
.i Suith, and of their moving, or being | Two Only-
13s* oz. Sanforized Denim By DR. BOB JONES, 1R moved, from place to place' ,
No-Scratch Rivets until their settlement at Salt Lake'
City, of the deliverance of their!
Bar Tacks at strain points I
II l harvest from locusts by the seagulls '

2 Front pockets I and of, the beliefs of the

2 Back pockets I members and the Book of Mormon., 7-Pc

I Tne Club sent a card to Mrs T,

Boy's sizes 4 to 12 __......._. $2.8 C Coody, who has been in charge,!
13 to 16 $3.49 "Ask and it shall be given you; meet the needs of their educational I of the meals, and is now being
seek and ye shall find; knock andit expenses when they were too lazy I I treated in at Atlanta hospital for
Youth's sizes 27 to 30 ._'_ $3.79 shall be opened unto you" (Mat- to go out and make the effort to raise
trouble.
Men's sizes 31 to 42 $358 thew 7:7)). Asking presupposes the the money. It is good to ask the Lordto eye
of No man asks an- send, but it is better sometimesto Visitors included Messrs Kirby
Girls' sizes 7 to 14 ............ $258 power other for something giving. which he knowshe pray, "Lord direct me in my Reichmann, Robert Kennedy, Walter' LIVING ROOM

Misses' size 10 to 20 ..........__ $358 is unable to grant One does not search and send me where" I will Militzer, Edward Sharp, Lawrence
csk riches of a poor man or food find the thing which I desire. Some Thomas, Candler Matheny and
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10 oz. Sanforized denim of a man who is hungry. Ho wise folks pray for a deepening of their
Frank Fansler.
"' man asks a favor of one who is spiritual life yet never seek to find
powerless to grant his request Ask- deeper spiritual life in earnest communion -
ing of God we are making our re- with the Lord and in studyof HONORED ON BIRTHDAYMrs
quest to the One who has} power His Word. Some pray for patiencebut GROUPCASH
."". to do exceeding abundantly never seek the tribulation which Nat Norfleet was honored
above all that we ask or think ." worketh patience. Thursday evening, Aug. 13, witha I i
(Ephesians 3:20): ). The man who True prayer goes still further.
rightly asks is the man who asks ". To him that knocketh it shall be : lovely birthday dinner at the I
in faith, believing that God is ableto opened ." (Matthew 7:8)). is the home of her brother and sister-in-I
grant and that God is willing to promise Some people are not will- law, Dr and Mrs Frederick Mick-
grant ing to knock and wait for the doorto ler, in Jasper.A I 5229.95
The of beyond swing wide. They try to tear it
matter: prayer goes delicious I
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menu
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asking however. We are told to open themselves or it
: seek and are promised that in seeking God in His own good time will remove the beautiful birthday cake was i
At Your Favorite j we shall find. God sometimes the obstacles. When He is served for dessert.

I expects us to seek for the answer ready, the harnesses door will itself open.the Perfect will Attending from Madison were thehonoree's I includes sofa and chair (foam rubber and nylon cover),
Eagle Dept. Store ,to our prayer. We may even say He prayer to immediate family including -
to help Him to answer itt of God. Perfect faith waits for the
expects us
have known young men who were answer to come in His own way at :: Mr Norfleet Mr and Mrs Fred i I two step tables, one coffee table, and two lamps.
Always First Quality 1 I studying for the ministry to pray His own time. Mickler, Mr and Mrs E P SandersJr
[the Lord to send them money to and Mr and Mrs Robert Mick-

t Released I 7 the Gospel Fellowship AIJorJaionMADISON ler. .

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CCUBLE FEATUREMY
\ MAN GODFREY in
cinema-
Miss Hazel Agnes Young, daughter i
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e.lppJJl3rt'j'I ; \ ,
starring
\ oflr:: and Mrs George W Sr7LIIG
June A lIyson, Dl\.d Niven. Youll
Young of Madison and Perry Lamar '
hake, rock and roll with
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-- .. .......- lu Jenkins, son ofIr andlrs I MADISON at this funfest laughter
-- '..",- .,.;.; ., 'd:< '. .i----, >' Chester Jenkins of Live Oak, were DRIVE-IN-THEATRE j picture. June takesou
I > on a hilarious scavenger hunt
united in marriage in an impressive
( I -with David siren
Now under as the prize.
.19 ceremony at 4:00 P. M. Sunday,/ new management; open
August 16, in the First Baptist every night. Children under 12 THE TIN STAR, starring Henry

Church, Madison. I (in cars) always free. Fonda, Anthony Perkins Betsy

i The Rev Carl Webb officiated BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:15 P. M Palmer. He'll shoot his way into
Mrs Vernon Pagans rendered the your heart. Was he man enoughto

nuptial music. Vocalist Miss Dale PROGRAM wear the tin star An action-

S Carpenter sang, BecauseVhither packed, suspenseful story to belong
Thou Goest, and Wedding Prayer. Friday-Saturday, August 21, 22 remembered. Cartoon.
i Altar decorations were standardsof DOUBLE FEATURE

Fuji Mums and pom pons, seven THE HANGING TREE, Gary Sunday-Monday, August 23, 24
branched candelabra holding white Cooper, Maria Schell, Karl Maidenplus PORK CHOP HILL, starring

tapers and garlands of Plumosus Gregory Peck, James Edwards.

and white Mums extending to SENIOR PROMSundayMonday Valiant and courageous story of

candles on either side of the altar American spirit. A strong creationof

backed by native greenery. August 23, 24 Korea's hardest-won victories.
AT PRIEST'S you will find everything that you need for Given in marriage by her father,, RAW WIND IN EDEN, Human emotion, pathos, dramatics

your return to School or College Come see us. the lovely bride chose an original Williams, Jeff Chandlery rand comedy woven together in a
model of Rose design i plus realistic fashion. Cartoon.

Large World Globes . 69c Crayola, 24 count . 39c lace over net and Bridal Satin. The!I RIDE LONESOME, Randolph Tuesday-Wednesday, August 25, 26
Scott DOUBLE FEATURE
bodice featured a sheer tulle yoke!
Typewriter Eraser . 15c Pencil Sharpeners . $1.79 outlined in lace scallops and embroidered TOKYO AFTER DARK, starring

Ball Point Pens lOc to $1.00 Good Lead Pencils . 3/10c in seed pearls and lea Tues A -TIME Wed-ThursAugust TO LOVE and 25,A 26 TIME, 27 Richard Long, Paul Dubov. Hidden
hates flare
amid
tured a Mandarin collar of lace. TO glamour and
Note Book Fillers lOc to 98c Zipper Binders . . $1.00 The long sleeves tapered to calla I i: DIE glare of the world's most exotic

Work Organizers . .lOc Loose Leaf Binders . 25c lily points at the wrists and were ONCE UPON plus A playground. A yank- deep in love
fastened with rows of lace covered HORSE, Ran and deeper in trouble amid the

School Scissors, Pointed 25c School Scissors, Blunt . 39c buttons. Her voluminous skirt was Rowan, Dick Martin. off-limit spots of Tokyo. He killed

Rubber Top Mucilage . 15c Tube School Paste . lOc of tiers of lace ruffles in cascade!I $1.00 A CARLOAD first-asked questions later.
effect and terminated in a chapel BROTHER
PASSES THE SILENT ENEMY, starring
We could go on and on naming items that we have; there train over net and satin. 'IIe r Laurence Harvey, Dawn Addams.

scalloped veil of imported silk illusion Arnold Shaw, age 52, of Ludowici, Thrilling underwater ade -nture. A
are just dozens and dozens of items that .o'uill want for was attached to a matching Ga died at the U S Army Hospitalat true story of frogmen \in action.

School Opening. Juliet cap of lace embroidered with Camp Stewart, on Aug 3rd, Cartoon.
seed pearls and a tear drop pearlin after a brief illness.

front. She carried a white satin Thursday-Friday, August 27, 28
Funeral
See Us For Your School Needs Bible topped with Fluer de Amour services were held August5th DOUBLE FEATURE

nylon tulette loops, pearl leaves of',' at 4:30 in Elim Baptist ehurch'with WATUSI, in Metrocolor, starring
tulle and centered with two white Rev J K Bishop and Rev J D George Montgomery, Taina El;.

I VAN H. PRIEST CO. orchids, showered with nylon Copeland conducting services. Interment Africa comes to you with all its

tullette and rose cutwork satin. Her: was in the church rem splendor and perils. They faced

only ornament was a drop pearl tery. death in their search for treasure

necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. Mr Shaw was a civil employee but found love more important.
Miss Gail Coffee, cousin of the and main The thrilling sequel to King Solo

'Too Late To GassifyFOR bride, was maid of honor and Stewart Houses supervisor Project of for the 16 j mon's Mines.OUTLAWS.
bridemaids
were Miss Betty Lou
years, a member of the Masonic SON, starring Dane
SALE ARC Jenkins, of Live Oak, sister of the i
: Beagle puppies,
LaMoyne
bridegroom, Miss Ann Ross, of Lodge and Knights of Pythias and Clark Ben Cooper, Lori Nelson.
registered. RALPH C LAMBERT, Panama City, and Miss Griffin deacon of Elim Church. I He lived by the gun-but he wanted
Rt. 3, Madison, Fla. his son to abide by the law. Here
Blalock Survivors
of Madison. Miss Connie besides his wife a
i
51-lt-pd. Bell of Live Oak, cousin of the one daughter, three sons, two refused to let his son follow in

School of Picking bridegroom was flower girl, and sisters and his own dishonest footsteps. Like
DancingCLASSES shelling, hauling cornS Ted I l I one brother, Principal father like son-except in the: old
Harrell of Madison, cousin of
E DUVAL, phone Cherry Lake George Shaw of Cherry Lake another d west. Cartoon.
thE bride
8275. was ring bearer.
51-6t relatives. Mr and Mrs George

FOR RENT: Two-bedroom house, I dresses The of attendants ice blue silk wore chiffon identical over< '.'I.Shaw and daughter Connie attended Radiator Cleaning and
COMMENCE SEPTEMBER 8th
kitchen equipped (if desired). taffeta, fashioned on princess lines the funeral.

Gray house lj/z miles west of with cap sleeves and low pointed I General Automotive
Madison in Hancock Terrace. necklines, matching shoes, and I LIBRARY BOARD MEETS
ALL ENROLLMENTS MUST BE MADE BY AUGUST 27th.
headpieces of and The
matching net new
Library Board met
Apply across street at Mr, JOHN'
DOVSAK'S house. pearls. They carried bouquets of Thursday in the Florida PowerCorp Repairs
51-3t-ch
TELEPHONE AFTER 5:00 PM HU 3-2377 pink carnations. They wore pearls, lounge for organization and
: a gift from the bride. I
I\]making for WILLIAMS
plans the operation of GARAGE
WITNESSES
HEAR FOLSON AT D E Trulock, of Clearwater, j
JACKSONVILLE MEETING cousin of the bridegroom, was best the new Bookmobile which starts
I October 1. II
-- man. Bill Trulock, of Clearwater, BABY MARSHALL
"What our Creator had in mind Leslie Goffe and John Marvin Mrs Peter Stern, of Greenville,

Look For Eagle'sBack Cone-Bass Marriage for our planet is revealed by the Phillips, were ushers. was elected president of the Board Mr and Mrs William Marshall

way he gave the first humans perfect I Mrs Young chose for her daughter's Mellous Moore, of Lee, Vice Pres. of Tallahassee are the ,parents of

to School Sale Miss Marjorie Cone, daughter of surroundings," said J W Fil- wedding a sheath dress of i imported -I and Miss Irene Williams of bigre'son 'a baby boy weighing 7 Ibs, 2 ozs
Della Robia Brocade in 'I
Mr and Mrs J C Cone of Greenville son of New York to an audienceof azu secretary. i born Tuesday Aug 18th. Mrs
blue, matching accessories and corsage Mr Henry Blasick
t
Ad on Page 4. and Raydell Bass, son of Mr 1271 persons in attendance at of pink sweetheart rosee. Librarian both, of Tallahassee Regional, !, Marshall is the former Miss
met
and Mrs S B Bass of Madison a three-day Bible seminar held i in Mrs Jenkins, the bridegroom'smother Madelyn Macarages daughter of
with the Board and
were married Wednesday afternoon Jacksonville, this past week-end. chose beige lace over.I explained the I'I!Mr and Mrs Dentis Macarages of

August 19th. The ceremony was "Loss of this Edenic paradise did taffeta, matching accessories, and operational program of the new Tallahassee. The baby is the first

Receives Master'sDegree performed by the Rev Robert A not frustrate God's purpose"rs he corsage of pink rose buds. "system and Bookmobile. j ,great-grandchild of Mr and Mrs

Kelley at his home here. M said, "but Christ's words to the Following! the 'ceremony .thebride's Mrs L E Leslie one of the local 1 Wray Webb, of Madison.

Alva dying evil-doer beside parents entertained at a I librarians at Madison Public Library -
Lee Walker, of Madison him assure Ii
reception in the church annex. tendered her resignation
aunt of the bridegroom, attendedthe LUS[ that paradise will be regained." The bride's table I James Browning leaves today
placed before
which The
was accepted.
wedding.The Over 12 residents of Madison vacancy I for the Baptist Theological Seminary .
fan
Mrs Dorothy Browning Brown, shaped trellises entwined with was filled by Mrs Elizabeth!
bride for her attended the three-day "Be in Louisville Ky. to continue
wore
weddinga a greenery and decorated with
I largecatin
daughter of Mr and Mrs E B Wetherington. Mrs R L Millinor
street length dress of pink I Teacher of the good News" convention and net bows, was overlaid I his studies after spending the
Browning received Master
the of will continue as local
a
Science I polished cotton designed with a of Jehovah's Witnesses i h with Robin egg blue net over blue summer at his home here.REMEMBER.
degree in Elementary Edu I Mrs Dan Chason of librari3l1.1
full pleated skirt and fitted sleeve Jacksonville last week-end. TheI taffeta and centered with a three
cation August 8th from Florida iered colonnaded cake which I Mrs H Kramer, members
State Her husband less bodice designed with a rounded I I convention one of a series being was i
University. ,
Board attended.
neckline. Her accessories were conducted throughout the world, r richly embossed with wedding bells :
Mr Arden Brown of Cranford 'I
I and rose buds topped with a minia- I

N J, who has just finished a tour white and she wore a corsage of attended by 24 congregations of true- bride-- --- and____ .m-nrum,___on. _PMlffloc_______; r\f. Sporting Goods At
of duty in the Armed Services, white carnations and tuberoses. North Florida and South Georgia.H pink net encircled the cake. On

spent a few days here and he and The bride was graduated from Hugh Hancock presiding either side of the cake were tall

Mrs Brown leave today to returnto Madison high school with the minister of the local group, was blue] tapers in crystal candelabra, I Bryan Electric Co.

Cranford. class of 1955 and is employed at among 24 congregation overseers sprays of lilies of-the-valley with

Messer Battery and Tire Co. attending a special meeting de- blue and pink satin streamers caught floor hostesses. Others assisting in

Mr Bass is connected with the signed to provide additional minis- with forget-me-not and tulle were the hospitalities were Miss Sheila I

MORRISON-PARKER Davey Tree Experts Co and i is terial training for all members of on each corner of the table. Ann Harrell, Miss Elizabeth Smith:

REHEARSAL PARTY currently located in Lake City. each ccngregation. The couple cut the first pieceof and Miss Odessa McReynolds.After I
cake with a silver knife greeting their guests, the

Mrs Hoyt Wainwright and: her showered with white satin ribbon couple left on a wedding trip to the I !
and lilies of the.aUey,
daughter, Mrs William Oliver Jr THE WEATHER mountains.Mrs .
'
COMMANDS SQUADRON ON The punch table, covered in white Jenkins traveled in a navy

entertained the MorrisonParkerwedding NORFOLK CRUISE scalloped net over white polished blue linen ensembale with navy and <<(
party Thursday evening
cotton held crystal punch bowls at white accessories. Her corsage was
following the rehearsal in the Commander Frank A Graham Jr Week ending Aug 18th either end soft green fern encircled the orchids from her wedding bou

church parlors. of Madison, Commanding Officer of Max. Min Rf. them. The table was cen-

The bride's table overlaid with Anti-Submarine Squadron 741, left 'Wednesday 80 73 T tered with a beautiful arrangementof quet.The couple will reside in Live

an imported lace cloth was centeredwith Jacksonville yesterday for the Thursday 85 71 ,46 white asters, carnations and Oak, where Mr Jenkins is engagedin

an arrangement of gladioli i Naval Air Station Norfolk, Virginia I Friday 94 71 .00: porn pons.Cutting agriculture.Out .

and mums Sandwiches, cake, potato -I where the squadron joins Saturday 93 71 .11 the wedding cake were of town guests were Mrs R

chips and punch were served. I fleet units in training exercises. Sunday 91 69 ..39Ionday Mrs Joe Thigpen of Alachua, and R Johnson, Mrs S I Goffe. Jr, Mrs I 1

Cmdr Graham resides in Madison :\ 91 69 .00 I Mrs C J Corbett of Tallahassee, Leo Wells Jr, Mary Dee Wells, Mrs,
aunts of the bride. Julian E Johnson of Valdosta band Ir' ,
i with his wife Jeanette and children Tuesday 93 70 .00 I ,
Miss Ruth Sims left Sunday for The bride's book was kept by Mrs J I Dunn, Mr and Mrs
Frank in. Love and Susan. Miss Connie Pepera. a friend of the I ,
Lake City where she will continue Total Percy Lashley Mr and Mrs D E
Commander Graham a well .96 bride, at a table holding a memory Trulock, SrMr and Mrs James T i
teaching on the faculty of Melrose known local attorney also active Rainfall week ending Aug 15th candle and arrangement of white Bell of Live Oak Mr and Mrs D ii
Park School. Miss Sims will also at Gibson Tower
in the Rotary and Junior Chamberof 2.60 in, Aucilla carnations. E Trulock Jr and Mr Bill Trulock ,
be organist at the First Methodist Commerce. He is a veteran of Tower 0.55 in Sinclair Tower 1.60 Pouring punch were Miss Sandra of Clearwater, Mr and Mrs J D ; i
church in Lake City this year.x in. Lee McLeod and Miss Elizabeth Smith. &
18 years in the Naval Reserve, Tower 2.00 in Madison Thigpen, Larry Thigpen, Joe Thig :
having served active duty forestry headquarters 0.55 in Lovett Mrs J I Dunn of Live Oak and pen Wayne Thigpen and Miss Ina :
Rev .and Mrs Joe H 'McCullough on Tower (first five days) 2.90 in. Mrs M Bunting Jr of Madison, E Wilson, Alachua, Mr and Mrs
of Wabasso visited Mr and Mrs during World Warn in the Sun rises 21st 6:04 cousins of the bride, received guests C J Corbett, Mrs Alice Moat, ?Mrs BRING HOME
Aug
: am, sets
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Howard and other friendsat American and Pacific theatres. He at the door. Lottie Mr
Coody 7:09 Flannagan Faircloth CARTONS and CARTONS
awarded the Unit Com- pm.Moon During the Miss I I Itr
Pinetta during the weekend. was Navy reception. Emily Palmer, Mrs Albert Moore, Mrs
mendation and is also entitled to rises 9:08 pm. Burnette rendered appropriatemusic. Bettie Arnold of Tallahassee band I OF KING SIZE

Paul Williams-x;- son of Mr wear the American Theatre, Pacific Moon in constellation of Pisces Misses Jimmie Harrell, Mary Mrs Joe Graham of Ocala, band
young
and Mrs Stanley Williams was Theatre, American Defense, World Aug 21st. Frances Sheffield and Annette ?Mrs E W Young, Mr Billy I

baptized in the First Baptist I War II Victory and Naval Reserve High tide Aug 21st at St Marks Young, passed rice bags. Mrs C E Keith Young, ?Mr and Mrs G W I

church Sunday evening, August 9th.f Medals. light 4:13 am. Jones Mrs Anderson Day and Mrs I Young and Mr Don 0 Thigpen of
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6i nounce the marriage engagement of their and daughter approaching -- Back to School Sale C9c: to 98c yd. values 36 in. ALL REMNANTS

i 1 Lantie Louise to Mr Elbert "
I Franklin Strkldand, Son of Mrs 49c yd. 1 2 Price
Ad Page 4.
I Eva Strickland and the late J E' on

Strickland of Madison.
HEADQUARTERS'Everything Miss Pickels is a graduate of Mrs H C Merryday left Sundry ACCESSORIES McCALL & BUTTERICK PATTERNS

Madison High School, and is employed on a two weeks' vacation in Jack- SEE THE NEW FALL FABRICSDunn's

that is needed to with the Suwannee Food sonville, where she is visiting her

Store in Madison.Mr sister, Mrs Helen Marks.
Start to school. Strickland is a graduate of :
Fabric Store
Eats for school or Jr. College I Pinetta High School, and is em- :
ployed at the Madison Postoffice.

Approved by Florida Hotel and I The wedding will take place on 109 EAST SCREVEN STREET =

i Restaurant Conunission Sunday, September 13th, at four I .

GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS o'clock in the afternoon at the I II PHONE 7651 QUITMAN, GA. -

Hopewell Baptist Church. I ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Medicines and Medical Supplies -
No invitations are being sent,
COSTUME( JEWELRY SALE but all friends and relatives of CountyCourt licenese, $35 or thirty days. ,thirty days.

I NOW ON the couple are invited to attend. BE I Speeding $35 or thirty day: Isaac Howell Jr, driving on left
SURE Henrfan Murch, Jesse Owen Thompson side of roadway: $-3 or thirty days.

PLUS 10% Harold Oliver Burnell, Ronald Waldense Freeman, drunkenness
f APPROACHING MARRIAGE I (continued from last week) ,,
TSELMAN'S TOBRING Drunkenness, $35 or thirty days: Lee Carter. $25 or thirty days.

SUNDRIES Miss Alice Ray Touchton, daughter -i I Henry Ellison, Earl Malone. William Gillyard, turning with- Ralph Lee Long; reckless driving,
out signal, $35 or thirty days. willful and
I of Mrs Martha R Touchton of HOME Howard Clay James, reckless wanton $100 or four
MADISON FLORIDA driving, $35 Joe Fudge, possessicn of corn months. Also, resisting arrest with-
Perry, Florida announces the plans or thirty days.
I PLENTYOF buck, $35 or thirty days.John' out violence $100 or four months.
Speeding, $35
4XXXX C cXXyXXX1iXXa 'X1Cr for her marriage to Albert Leon i or thirty days:
.. Bascom
-- : Robert Kent reckless Clarence Roberson improper tag
Lee
O'Quinn, son of Mr and Mrs Haverty Ronald P
i driving $50 or sixty days. $25 ten
or days.
I Delma O'Quinn of Ebb, Florida, I Magyar.
CIRCUIT COURT 'f CARTONSOF George Wilbur Reed speeding, Wesley Cole failure
Agner, to
I I en Friday, August 28, at 8:30 pm' | Eddie James Haynes, reckless
I. at Mt Carmel Free Will Baptist! driving, $35 or thirty days. $35 bond estreated. yield right-of-way, sentence with

(past several weeks) Church at Perry.No J Eddie Donaldson, driving on left Rufus Thompkins, speeding $15 held.Oscar:

1 T M Howerton Jr, plaintiff, vs invitations are being sent KING SIZE side of roadway, $35 or thirty bond estreated. Monroe Spikes, speeding
John Gilbert Kephart speeding, $23
or thirty days.
T M Raines defendant judgmentin but all friends and relatives of COKERadiator days.
$25 bond estreated.
favor of plaintiff for sum of the couple are invited. i, Roosevelt Hall, open profanity-
ii Duke Thomas petit larceny, $50or Mr and Mrs Ed Scanlan and
public place $35
52,303.72 principal $186.54 interest i or thirty days.
Mr and Mrs J W Downing and I Drunkenness, $35 four months, and to pay full family returned Saturday (rom a
and $350 attorney's fees, together or thirty days: ,
with $49.40 court costs. son Johnny and Mr and Mrs Wil-i I Alex Holmes, Cassie Andrews. restitution for property taken. !I vacation of two weeks at Daytona
bur Pulliam and of Valdosta Mary Moss, drunkenness $25 or Beach.
State Road Department and son I l I Judy Ga'leVright, speeding, I
left Wednesday for Greenville, S I II ,,0 $35 ------ -... ..
Madison County vs G W Lewiset or thirty days. xX,1171X XXXXX71X1XXX X XXXX IaXXXAAXXXXXIXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX'
C, to visit Lewis Downing and
of Clara Kenneth Edward Mensing, reck- j < 'jj M -
al. Award $531.00 to -1
I family, and then for a trip in the : JUDXCylGY.' .fH-H-rH-rt-t i if
Belle Hornesby, and $103.10 at- Smoky Mountains.Mr I less driving, $25 or thirty days. -
torney's fees. Estimate of $1406.00 -x Speeding $35 or thirty days:

odered paid to J E Aman and and Mrs Arden Brown return Joe Cancress Bea Jr, George U

Mattie E Aman issue of ultimate to Cranford, N J today following I : Williams Rosenmund. $50 or thirty I '- I -

just compensation reserved for determination a visit here with Mr and I days: Johnny Miller.
by jury, Mrs E B Browning and other I I Jake Wells Sr, driving without Wh: -

relatives. Guests of the Brownings I license, $25 or thirty days.
Rev W G Martin is now at St Sunday were Mrs T S Braswell and I ". Audie Cleo. Hamby, improper
Forrest Brown Monticello..
George's: Parish, Kansas City, Mo. pass on hill, $35 or thirty days. i r. -
Mr and Mrs -x- Warnock and I and Speeding, $35 or" thirty days: ii:: t tTIJ
,. Cleaning
NIN #####" #'#" ### # Henry -
baby of Macon Ga were guests of I William Van Letchworth, Earl M ]
TOBACCO HARVEST SPECIAL! Mr Waroock's mother, Mrs H D I General Automotive Rome, William Daniel Wilford, -
Large Towels assorted colors David 1
Warnock, several days last week.x Isaac: Buggs Helen Gray. .
I Drunkenness, $35 or thirty days:
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3 for 97c Mr and Mrs Bob Lay are guests I!Jack William Hagan, Lester Town-

ot relatives in Jackson. Miss, over I RepairsGARAGE ley Hagan, Dorothy Wells.
DAYLIGHT DEPT. STORE the week end and will also: visit Speeding, $35 or thirty days:
...... ...... ...... in New Orleans while away. I Jark H Tiller, Thomas Denson I' t

Duke, Dan Gallon.Drunkenness ] COMPLETE LINE OF PLUMBING FIXTURES, FITTINGS

$25 or thirty days:.I & SUPPLIES, AS WELL AS ALL MATERIALSFOR

44.95 79.95 99.00 Mary Ella Savage, Wade Sampson.I YOUR BUILDING OR REPAIRING NEEDS.COBLE'S ,
Nanly Lee Farmer, assault and!

battery $25 or thirty days. I 'ld

Wilbur Norton Vickers, reckless I R

; f >sa driving $35 or thirty days. I: .....'h e tJl1. Brought To You Weekly By
- tIL F John H Franklin, drunkenness, J" tALE AR
$35 or thirty days.
- Howard Stadstilllumber
James Milledge, drunkenness $25or

thirty days.

n+., 8 C Freedy Lee Green driving on Co.
: left side of road*a.,, $33 or thirty
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- L 1 t ii I L Ls MADISON, FLA.
1 Speeding $.13 or thirty days:
W- +
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Raymond J McCab* Jr Danny Lee: TELL 0 O .-. WALT COOPER, do you read

t': 4 7W Kruse. Emmett Leon Finley, Claude I wNEN 0psN r .
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= i"f Virgil Harrison Thomas Joseph elnt
Kelly. $25 or thirty days: Mason to
5 44.95 : Edwin Marvel, James E Cochran J {)s
pt - 1 COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR J
Merl James Seawright $50 or
z. .r1iT\ thirty days: Thomas J Ventress. FOR THE WEEK AUGUST 23 THROUGH AUGUST 30 so

7 - 79.95 Clara Lee Granger, followingtoo vxsjoj
pc Tim* far Each II.sr'
closely, $35 or thirty days. -

Fannie Pearl Solomon, driving I I SUN MON TUE DI"I'I'I'Rl kl SAT SUN !
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9 c-- 99.00 without license, $25 or thirty days. 23 24. 25 28 29 I 30 OfVIS4
Raymond Victor Von Steenburg,' "' !!JR .
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Speeding $35 or thirty days:. PM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM wt
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Ermal Jones, Lesie Alexander Ba- 1

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now LING FURNITURE CO Grant Mr and Marshall Mrs Julian driving Thompsonand without HOWARD STUDSTILL'LtJrtffiER *firs'MM'


\ three children, Julian. Ina and Aifivjr
COMPANY
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4 k :a visit with Mr and Mrs J P
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Prayer of CaptivesLesson
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IT SURPRISES most people when !
first look into it, how much

the Bible has to say about prisoners. ?..::..
To mention only two ex- '
amples: The Ten Commandments, f / .. fi'y
copies of which hang on many a w
church wall, begin with a referenceto I : : : .
a "house of bondage," a Hebrew : -
expression for a .r s s'
place where.
slaves and prisoners ;
are kept f I

under guard. The t .:. 4. 1 II
God who gave
\ /
these laws is the ) 'S I
r ,
God who sets t.-r \
prisoners free.
Then in the New
Testament where \ I
Jesus: is preachDr.. Foreman IJ J

ing to his own village friends and
I II
relatives, he takes a text from I I I
Isaiah describing his own work II I
(Luke 4.18; Isaiah 61:1); one of
,
the first things God gave him to do
was to "proclaim liberty to the

captives." 7- "
5-r (
Elmo Million ExilesFurthermore

some books of the .
..:.
Bible were written by men who had # : '

been in Jail or were actually in a .. ,. :
,. :
,...... .. ..... -". : : ;
.
jail when writing. The prayer ,.,.. ... A i } :S ......:. .10.y 4-'b T
which is the subject of this week'sstudy ... 1ts A I
Wv
comes from the Hebrew '''- : .

exiles, for it represents not simplyone
man's prayer but may be
thought of as the desire of many "-
a heart. Exile, we have to remember -
Is a form of captivity without
chains. Living in exile is like a bear S
I in a modem zoo; he sits in no cage,
,but is free to roam around on the THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
'.
rocks. He does not have bars ALL FOR THE CHURCH ff11N .
around him but there is something
just as effective, a deep moat all The Church is the} greatest factor on earth for ------' _

around his rocky island, too wide the building of character and good citizenship
and too steep for him to cross. So Y
It is storehouse of values. Without '
the exile (Daniel or Nehemiah or a spiritual a .
;.
Joseph, for instance) may be free strong Church neither democracy nor civilizationcan
enough to build a house or to planta
I survive. There are four sound reasons whyevery

invisible garden;pit but, all the around impossibility him is the of I person should.attend services regularly and fo J.

ever going home again. support the Church. They are: (1)I For his -r a 0 U r 11 e Y .

Today, it is estimated, there are own sake. (2) For his children sake. (3) For ,
In the world more than eleven million -
the sake of his community and nation. (4) For
refugees, "stateless" people,
the sake of the Church itself, which needs his

cause who have they left had their to,native driven land by the be- moral and material support. Plan to go to Vacation time-a trip; magic words, excitement! We study a

cruelties of war or the colder church regularly and read your Bible daily. map, read travel books, and listen eagerly to others who have taken

Arabs cruelties ol peace. Vietnamese, the same journey. We anticipate seeing new places,new people,. and
Jews
north-Koreans, Chinese unusual The routine of will be
Hungarians, East Germans, Day Book Chapter Verses things. everyday forgotten.

Indians the list is far longer 40 But sometimes is and must the
than that. Millions of these exiles Sunday Isaiah 28-31 a trip impossible, we accept

are Christians; they know what Tuesday Monday Acts Romans 3 1 19-26 8-12 1,11rry and anxiety of ..everyday.. ._ _, living,_.... -

the prayer of captives means. -: Thursday Wednesday 1 Psalms Peter 3.1 5 14-18 6-11 Then it is that we need to plan a journey of mind and spirit

W.al Can They Dol Friday Philippianl 4 ,. 4-9 -one that can lift us out of the ordinary into peace and commun

Many of these modem exiles live Saturday John 10 27-30 ion with our God-one that refreshes and strengthens. -

ern under Jail conditions look like that the Hilton make a Hotel mod- For this journey w;do--not( need -an-airplane. Instead. w< use

For every Hungarian (for example ," the powerful wings of prayer, of praise and trust.

) who to reach the '
United States manages and a new start in Come to Church and find these ;wings of the spirit, not for a

life there are thousands who live / brief journey-but for all eternity.
In barracks, supported by the
World Council of Churches, or the \r
United Nations, at poverty level.
Y Co yrht 1950 Kntttr Adv <*rvct. Srra,bur/, V*.
If it were not for these great organizations -
millions would have
starved and many thousands who
have been resettled would still be
in ragged tents or barracks with-

out hope or help. The exiles are by '

no means from the down-and-outs :::' ':'. ,,' ..y' >:;" .: ::.>: ;:::::.::;;:;<,,,..:' ": .;..'''.' -:::.:.. .:::' ..... .....:,__..; ......._uA't: ..... .. :.i j

back home. Most of them are professional These Religious Messages being Published Each Week and
people, farmers, skilled are Sponsored by the Following Individuals

workmen, persons who could makean Establishments
:
independent living if they hada .
chance. The writer knows of one . rD D. .AA rF l1.r;
.
Hungarian family who at the moment . .

of writing would be very
happy to come to the United MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY S IITHESTERN AUTO STORE -

States, but are barred out because DUN FURNITURE CO.
-though the father is an unusually The RexaU Store HARDWARE J. J. Sale Jr., Owner
educated and able man-no one MADISON FLA.
here has been found who will spon- Phone HU 3-2300 Madison Fla. Madison, Florida Phone. HU 32335Madiso, Fla.

sor them. They have a number of Phone HU 3-2340

children, and unless some personor
..
group guarantees their supportand ,' -
education in case the parentsdie
the U. S. will not admit them.
This is only one case among many. M'ESSER .
'\ J. B.. DAVIS, Inc.Madison .
.
Prisoners Near By BATTERY & TIRE CO- MORROW INSURANCE' QUALITY CLEANERS
AGENCY FloridaCANTEY
Most people who read this col MADISON, FLORIDA When your clothes are not becoming -
umn are free and self-supporting. Madison, Florida .. ,
Concentration camps, detention to you they should be

barracks, the life of exiles seem
far coming to Us Phone HU 32255CHERRY'S
away. But many people who
read" this can do something about '

the friendless prisoners of the BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. FRALEIGH-ASHLEY
.
world. It may be that your church _
has never undertaken to sponsor a Wiring and Repair-Appliances CO' "
TRUCK & TRACTOR CO. MOTOR 66" SERVICE
refugee or to take part'in sending
help (through Church World Service MADISON, FLORIDA STATION .
Phone HU 3-2241. Madison Fla. Madison. Florida
or otherwise) to the unfortu-
nate victims of wars and/or bad Madison, Fla.

governments in the refugee camps
'of the world. If so, you might be ,
the person to spark-plug a real -
Christian effort along this line. e e _rm .
.
rum.
But there may be prisoners still "
,
nearer.There is a Jail or a penitentiary -
somewhere not far from you



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I I children returned Thursday from I returned from weeks' I Your Frame CAN BEa
a two vaca- I
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for Refreshment A thing of beauty i is a joy ; -
it will I I a several weeks' vacation trip to tion trip to New Concord and I flattering accessory
Its loveliness increases; never
Pass into nothingness, but still will I I Canon City, Colorado, where they Elyria, Ohio, where they visited A two car collision took place! Hundreds to Choose From
-: anytime keepA visited Mr Graham's mother, Mrs I his mother, Mrs 0 S Willis at August 13, at 1:30 p. m., on State TRADE WHERE THEY ARE
bower quiet for us, and a sleep 1 I Carl Sackett and Mr Sackett. Elyria. Mrs Willis Sr, accom-I Road 145 at Calhoun Crossing road.I I MADE %
"' : Madison friends of Mrs Sackett panied Mr and Mrs Willis home Wesley Cole Agner, Route 2,'
get King Size Full of sweet dreams and health
I will be to learn she has for weeks. Twiggs Optical Co.
and quiet breathing. glad that and is their guest two Madison, driving a 1934 Chevrolet,1 1
Coke in Therefore, on every morroware we I' about completely recovered from pulled out in front of Bullock Gas-I Valdosta, Ga. CH 4-0534
CartonsToday wreathingA I' eye surgery of some months ago. COMPLETE: LINE kins, age 50, of South Range Street,I r
flowery band to bind us to the' Madison, who was driving south on Navy Nurse Lt Cdr :MaryCCood:>
-. earth, I' the FLOOR TILES 143: in a 1959 Chevrolet pick up truck. is serving aooard the tra-r.sjxut:
Spite of despondence of the inhuman -! pall The collison resulted in approxi- USNS Goethals operating with the
From dark Such the
jjji& dearthOf I our spirits. mately $400 damage to the car and Military Sea Transportation Service -
sun, the moon, AND I
noble natures, of the gloomy no damage to the truck.A } I I out of Bro kl,n, N Y.
Trees old and young, sprouting:
days, : passenger in the car, Mary Alice'I -----
Of all the unhealthy and o'eri i For a simple shady sheep noon ; and such are CABINET TOPSHowerton Agner wife of tne driver, suffered I I......... .....

darken'd ways I daffodils a slight neck injury. Gaskins had ; FOX GO-IK; : >IYRT'::
Made for our searching: yes, 'n 1 I a slight chest injury.
With the green world they live in. HOWKKTOX ri'l'l.Y CIHB1I111I1Q15E1< >
I spite of all, -Keats, Endymion:: Supply Co. Mr Agner \vas charged with
Some shape of beauty moves away i violation of the right-of-way.
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MISS MOORE COMPLIMENTEDA7
SHOWERMrs

J H Hodnett, Mrs L L Mc-
Mullen, Mrs R E Adams, Mrs Louis I -
w.
Searcy and Mrs Hugh Williams ,
were joint hostesses at a miscellaneous -
shower last Friday evening . ;
August 14 at 8 o'clock in the Recre- 1
ation room of the Lee Methodist I
church honoring Miss Hilda Moore,
bride-elect of the month. A red
motif was used in the graceful
floral arrangements that were placedat f "
vantage points about the room. IN
The gift table was adorned witha 'AY
twenty-four inch bridal doll anda
smaller doll dressed in red or-
gandie to represent the attendantsof ,
the bride-to-be. OW-AVvJ
Garlands of plaited white crepe
paper were hung to ceiling cor-
ners of the room from which large
white wedding bells were attached.
Appropriate games led by Mrs
Louis Searcy were played.
Punch was served from a lace CANS =
covered table centered with a low
floral arrangement and double crystal -
candlesticks holding red and

white tapers.
. Miss Barbara Allen, cousin of
the bride-elect, and Miss Cdrolyn I
Williams poured punch. Refreshments -,
of dainty sandwiches and
homemade cake squares were sern'd.
Miss Moore opened her m m,>
' mice and useful gifts siMed h,
her mother, Mrs R M Moore1 PALM OPAr
her aunt, Mrs Dean Brov'.11.
Mrs Carroll Dickey, Mrs:: Aiki l i '
Campbell Mrs Homer Dalla: a\u:
Mrs Eleanor Collins assisted t'-: \'
1ostessesith entertaining iiid

serving.Among the forty-five guests attending -I
the lovely party were Mrs
W 0 Allen and daughter Barbaraof
Jacksonville, Mrs Eleanor Col- 12 FULL OUNCES
lins, Miami and Mrs Eustace Kelly
of Madison, sister of the bride-

groom elect. \

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prosperity around is heading for ETT-
Fetter living, just as the man who
practices safety is headed for a

long life. GRAPE
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Before you know it. the kids
will be treading back to school. Be
prepared to watch out for them.
The shortest distance between "
two points is leaving and coming ROOT BEER

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graveyard token! j'y. ASK FOR IT
Patrol o/
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6601
health It's super-goad-it's superior._
B. Davis Jr. LOST: A Walker hound, male, white 0 General Electric Television
and brown spotted, medium siz .
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE, : LOST Saturday, Aug. 8th, in vicinity -7T n ... Q Phonograph Records

ACREAGE FARMS of San Pedro Bay. Dog is 0 Hi-Fidelity & StereophonicSound
wearing a collar with name of
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL
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MADISON, FLORIDA J. D. ScruggsFORESTER I I
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Phone HU 3-6277
Baptismal rites were held for
Services For
WILLOUGHBY REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. I Frederick Mickler Norfleet, son of
BROADUS Mr and Mrs Nat Norfleet, and William -
HU 3-6186
.
REALTOR MADISON, FLA. All Popular flavors/ Cones,Cups,Unit,Family l H-Gof/on* Jack Newsome Simmie Cave, son of Mr and
Phone office: HU 3-6481 lirsVilliam Cave. Sponsors for

Phone, residence. HU 3-6481 I MISSIONARIES TO VISIT the Norfleet baby were Mr and
MADISON. FLORIDA FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm Our To Cuba Mrs Fred
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom Cherry Trip Funeral services for Jack New- Mickler, and for the

Lake house, reasonable down pay- Timber Ranch Loans The Rev and Mrs John Stroud, some, 75, of Lee, who died Wednesday Cave Mr Ca'e35 baby, Mr received and Mrs into S II Moore.church

ment; also 3-bedroom house in veteran missionaries to Cuba, will in the Madison County hospital,
Long Terms Low InterestSEE (By J Paul Touchton) membership by letter from the
Madison. $2500 down. be at both services in the Methodist were held at 10:30 a m Friday in Christian Church at Jacksonville.At .

New 3-bedroom masonry FHA THE REPRESENTATIVE AT On August 5th Mrs Touchton, Church next Sunday. In the the Lee Methodist Church. The the evening service Mr Touch-

house, $400 down. THE MADISON COURT HOUSE the two daughters, Mary Jewell, morning Mr Stroud will tell of the pastor, the Rev Zeb Williams ton told of his trip to CUoa, em- .

10 lots for colored. EVERY TUESDAY MORNING.LIVE Mirian Acosta, and I flew "Q" Air- work of the Methodist church in conducted the service, assisted by phasizing the great physical beauty

$10 down, $10 per month.TELEVISION STOCK AUCTION ways from Key West to Havana. areas where they have worked in the Rev I T Carter, and the Rev of the island, its majestic moun- !

SELL your cattle and hogs in our This was my fifth trip to Cuba.It the past few years. A number of William Wentworth of Lake Park, tains, palms, fertility of soil and \.

QU1TMAN auction each Monday. Sales start at was Mrs Touchton's first trip new churches have been started in Ga. Interment was in Macedonia luxurious vegetation, and the i
I cordiality of its He also
1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK and Mary Jewell's fourth while Las Villas province under the di- people. i
trip cemetery, with T J Beggs Jr
3-U-ch told of his visit to the work of *
YARDS, Monticello. Fla
SERVICE for Mirian it I rection of Mr Stroud. One
was going home to layman Funeral Home in charge. the church in the province of Pi

For your grinding and mix- see her family. I am grateful to visiting this work came back to Survivors are his wife, Mrs nar del Rio. The Youth choir

401 E Stevens St. ing on your farm, call WEST, the Enterprise-Recorder for this say that he had seen the young Maude Newsome; a daughter, Mrs offered music.

Special "Most" 21-in END MILLING COMPANY, opportunity to share with its readers church in action. Mary Alice Sullivan, of Lee; three
some of the impressions I received The First Methodist Church in sisters; six grandchildren and six
Qditman Ga. Call phone 4971 NOTICE OF BIDSThe
from a week and a day in Cuba Madison has assisted Mr Stroud's great-grandchildren.

Picture Tube $24.95until collect.JOHNW.WADSWORTH. under the revolutionary govern- work in supplying money for the Pallbearers, who were membersof

September 1st 12 months ment of Dr Fidel Castro.At erection of two churches in this WOW 604 of Lee, Fla, included Board of County Commis-
the airport we were met by pioneering missionary project. These Messrs. Franklin Stokes
warranty-All TV-Radio Repair Floyd sioners of Madison County, Florida,
Work guaranteed satisfaction I Mr and Mrs Saturnino Gonzalez, churches have been built in memoryof Rigdon, Cecil Hicks, Leroy Ruther- will accept bids on 260 plywood

Phone 9481 Quitman Ga. Registered SurveyorPhone brother-in-law and sister of Mirian. the late Colin Kelly, Jr and the ford Carl Webb, John Whitty auditorium or opera style seats at

Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers'! For the next five days Mr Gonzalez late Miss Mary Belle Waring. Mr Frank Rutherford, Alex Sevor their next regular meeting, whichis

i HU 3-2372 took us several hundreds of miles Stroud was also instrumental in the Willie Allen and Eugene Stokes. to be held September 2, 1959,

FOR SALE: 10-h.p. engine hay MADISON, FLORIDA through Cuba's lovely mountainsof establishment of a youth camp for I I at 9:00 a. m. General specifications
baler, perfect condition, originalcost the Pinar are as follows:
del
Rio province. The the youth of Cuba.
$850. For sale at only $250. I 260 plywood seats, metal frames.
3-2246. 50-tf-ch Look For nights were spent in the Gonzalez The Strouds will be on their return Returns To Pulpit
HU 3-6818, or HU Eagle'sBack 21 inch width, ashtrays on every
home and on our trips he would trip to Cuba as they stop in
other chair, 248 of these seats to
FOR SALE: Hay peas. High germination not allow me to spend money for Madison. He has been recently as- After Vacation be installed on a cleared slanting
HUGH GIBSON, phone School Sale
48-31-cli to so much as a Coca-Cola. I do not signed to the pioneer work of the floor, and 18 to be installed on a
HU 36895.:
see how we could have gone any Sierra Miestra Mountains where cleared level floor. Samples of pro

FOR SALE. 500 bales Coastal Ber- Ad on Page 4. place to have been treated more there is great need. He is noted Rev Paul Touchton filled his I duct must be provided for inspec-

muda hay, just cut. $30 per ton. kindly. I had opportunity to speakin for his ability in the field of pio- pulpit at the First Methodist I. tion by the Board.

HU 3-6818, or HU 322.6.50tfchBEFORE church services four times dur- neering missions. It will be a real church Sunday, after a threeweeks' All bids must be submitted not
vacation.His later than 9:00 a. m. September
ing those days. Most of the peoplein privilege for the people of Madisonto
SELLING your timberor sermon Sunday morning was 2, 1959. The Board reserves the
timber land, please see me. We BIGNEW. the churche., were children and hear this. outstanding missionary. on the topic Every Man's Faith right to reject any and all bids.

are also interested in buying a youth. based on Hebrews XI, the Faith DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk

limited amount of pine-hardwood Having loved Cuba for a. long SERVICES FOR LEONARDV chapter. Miss Ann Folsom, sang Board of County Commissioners

pulpwood delivered by truck to time and having heard and read SIMPSON the Holy City. Madison County, Florida.512tch

Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. I considerable comment on the newrevolutionary
See write or call KING I Funeral services for Leonard V I
L. P. GIBSONRt. government. was Simpson, of Pinetta, who died

3, Madison, Florida anxious to see and talk with Cuban August 12, in a Dunedin hospital,

Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 SIZE people about their new regime. I were held at 3 p. m. Saturday at
had not forgotten how 30 years ago! the T J Beggs Jr Funeral Home, S
FOR SALE: Cow peas germination this month I had entered the Madison. Interment was in Mace- TIMBER WANTED!

90 per cent and above. HOWARD Havana harbor to set foot on donia cemetery. The Rev Zeb Wil-
43-tf-ch I
IIUGHEY. Cuban soil for the first time witha j liams officiated. Pallbearers were Any pine timber for sale, regard-

HOUSE FOR RENT. C T McWIL- feeling of depression! because one I Messrs Robert Walker, William less of quantity; selective cutting or

LIAMS. Phone HU 3-6275 or of the missionaries had just warned' Downing, Norman Walker, Vernon whole tracts. Please call ADEL

HU 3-6552, Madison. 49-tf-ch me that I must be careful how I Smith, Bobby Keeling and Lloyd GEORGIA, 7161 or 7501, COLLECT,

HELP WANTED talked about the existing rule of' Colvin.Survivors include one daughter, or writeDELCOOK

those days when Gerardo Machado' Mrs J M Holcomb, Largo; one
CO.
ATTENTION MEN: Serve con- was riding for a fall before the sister, Mrs L P Willis Perry, and TIMBER

sumers with Rawleigh Products in young army sergeant Fulgencio two grandchildren.New .
P. O. Box 499
Madison County. Must have desireto Batista.
week and up. See Goodyear All-Weather tube- ADEL, GEORGIA
earn $100 per We found that there is a very
C E HOWE 914 White St., I5ept.Live deep love for Fidel Castro. It type tire, 6:70 x 15

Oak or write Rawleigh's,
FAH-140-216E Memphis, Tenu. seems one might very well say $12.95
that he is now the idol of plus taxand
48, 50. 52. 1, 3, pd the Cu-
ban people. We were led to believe tire
recappable
.
\Wanted: that 90 to 95: % of the people MESSER BATTERY &: TIRE CO. r. :i

are behind him. Everywhere we ....
2 Curb Girls found people talking the Agrarian and plows which they have boughtto ;:::' WHERE'S THE I

1 Waitress Reform. We were inclined to be- help the agrarian reform. As } BEST PLACE TO "',

1 Night Cook lieve that the American press had previously, every town has its"cuartel" :f BUY A USED CAR? AT YOUR
----- FORD DEALER'SHISA1
Drive-In failed to talk with people like or garrison of soldiers.
White Top 'USED CARS
But the soldiers who seem to havean .
those whom we saw. But then we I ):
j GIVE you A NEW
of
not
than
found those of the average age more t
opposition who *
.
WANTED: Man experienced in 20 to 22 years talk freely with the :> KIND OF PROTECTION
and electrical work, told us that only about 60% of '> .. WHEN you BUT!
dt
plumbing In of \
general populace.
place the
l -
the Cubans are behind Dr Castro. .
of contracting and '
: '
consisting :"
neat trim well dressed soldier of .
'rj'
general repair work; good start- And further, we were told that '
ing salary; truck and tools fur- I some of those who seem to be for other times one sees men dressedin ); 3 : : ; ,
slouchy fatigues. Most of the
Write Service Dept., P the
nished. : government would speak their .. .
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I
O Box 67, Quitman, Georgia. minds opposing it if they dared to soldiers have long hair while some ::

Position now open for immediate do it. Then we felt that it couldbe of them have long beards. ..
50-tf-ch Before going to Cuba had f
employment. we
in ><
we were the old Cuba \ve .r
r been told by several people that 12
WANTED: Some nice, soft, clean had known on other visits. However -
they would not consider
travel in "
rags. No buttons or woolens. THE as we prefer to think on the si
Cuba safe at this tim But after
ENTERPRISE-RECORDER.: side of the positive, let us remind
ourselves of certain things whichare arriving and seeing conditions I <.p ..
Will trade or sell a good mule fora never felt safer on any of my tripsto
definitely on the side of what

horse. GEORGE BURNETT, I'we believe to be progress. that lovely island which is so .., ,."",aWIn wm "w"_.._<..._ ..... .._....... ';:;....._.........
JR. Rt. 4, Greenville Fla. rich with potential for good in so
old
The style lottery peddler has
, 50-1 t-ch decreased in numbers and his many different'a's.. Every where *Every A-I Used Car is inspected, reconditioned if necessary
And warranted in
and road.tested. they're writingby
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF people were going about their business ,
tickets now represent a savings the exclusive new Performance Protection Policy! Sea
FICTITIOUS NAME PICKUPSEVERAL plan instituted to help the people and there was an air of cars with the A-1 sticker at your Ford Dealer's Used Car

learn thrift. Begging on the streetsis friendly good will At this stage of Shopping Center.FORD.

Notice is hereby given that we much less prevalent than for- the game one cannot tell what the
intend to register the name HILL- CARTONS
A future holds or what be the
may
1 merly. large public works program -
CREST FARMS located on R. F. D. WHEN
final results of the Castro DEALER
employs the of regime
3, Madison, Florida, in compliancewith energy many
Section 865.09 Florida Statutes.B. YOU men repairing the roads and cutting but it is fitting for all persons of

S. WARING. SHOP grass with their machetes and faith in God to pray for these

ROSA L. WARING, making the highways more enjoyable people who have so much of beauty USED CARS

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NOTICE NOTICE 33 2n 8e -E' of SWU, W'3 ,J
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TAX CERTIFICATES ON THE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED of SEU SWof NEU, & .
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC LANDS ON WHICH MINERAL OIL AND OTHER SUB-SURFACE West 14 acres of SEU of J
AUCTION AT 11:00 A. M. ON THE 14th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, RIGHTS HAVE BEEN ASSESSED WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- NEU & NEU of SEU, (Bem- 1
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1959 AT THE COURTHOUSE IN MADISON, COUNTY OF MADISON, TION ON THE 14th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1959, AT 11:00 A. M.- bry) .__ ..._ _... R H Wood, et al 10.58
4 In 9e SO-W' of SWU (Plant) L J Scanlon et al 3.68
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AT THE COURTHOUSE
MADISON MADISON
STATE OF FLORIDA, TO PAY THE AMOUNT DUE FOR TAXES, IN COUNTY, STATEOF
5 In 9e SO-E>,2 of SEU, (Plant) L J Scanlon, et al 3.68
TOGETHER WITH ALL COSTS OF SUCH SALE AND ADVERTIS FLORIDA, TO PAY THE AMOUNT DUE FOR TAXES, TO-
1 2n 9e 80 N% of NEU (Coody) Bill McBirney, et al 3.68
ING. FLORIDA STATUTES SEC. 1935152. GETHER WITH ALL COSTS OF SUCH SALE AND ADVERTISING &
2 2n 9e 200-SWU, SWU of
DESCRIPTION NAME Tax & Costs AS PROVIDED FOR IN SEC. 193.221 FLORIDA STATUTES 1937. SEU, (Wyche) ...-..--......_ K H Wood, et al &71
1 Zs 6e 20-N!i of SWU ofNV'4 (PROPERTY OWNER'S NAME APPEARS AFTER EACH DESCRIP- 3n 9e 283--Lot No. 164 & all

._........m..n.......-_.._.._ Jessie Lee Windom, et al 8.71 TION). East of Pub Rd of Lot 165,
2 2s 6e 78-E'2 of NEt less DESCRIPTION OWNER Tax &Costs Orig Ga/ (Coody) .................... Bill McBirney, et al 12.23
2 acres in NE Corner --..- Jessie Lee Wlcdom, et al 31.38 21 Is 5e 40-NWU of SWU, 36 3n 9e 80-S1- of SE!. (Coody) Bill McBirney, et at 3.68
2 2s 6e 2-2 acres in NE Cor of (Dutton) ......._.-..._...........__ p M Peteet, et al 2.67 31 2n lOe 40-NWU of NWU,
E'a of NWU ..._....__._.._._ Will Simmons 1.91 1 2s 5e 510-E?2 of W'/s, wi2 (Cook) .......................-...-... J B Cook, et al 2.b7
15 2s 6e 80-NEU of SWU, & of E',2r E'i of SEU.! SWU 3n lOe 233-Lots No. 163, 164,
SEU of NWU ..._....... Woodrow Lewis 26.84 of SWU and all East of Coun- 205, 206, Orig Ga 15th Dist. _
Town of Sirmons-Lot No. 11, ty road of NWU of SWU, and Reed 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 lOe 130 W1* of N% of
Town of Sirmons-Lots No. 12, Rd ofV*i of NWU, (Hornsby) Joseph M Perkins, et al 22.41 SWU of SW ., S',2 of \V i of
13, 14, Blk 5 __...._._ J A Campbell 4.18 2 2s 5e 40-SEU of SE'l1! SWU of SEU, S',2 of S1 3 of -
34 Is 7e 2-Part of SEU of SEU (Hornsby) ...-............_..._.._ 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 88-52 of SWU, less 2 of SWU of NE ., N',2 of
17 2s 7e 100-E i of SWU of acres & all south of RR, SWU SWU of NEU, fraction ofNWU
SWU SEU of SWU, & NWU of SEU, (Bryan) ..._.._..__. Joseph M Perkins et al 4.68 of NEU, & so much of
of SWU ..._..........._.._.___ Morris C'Steen 33.76 17 2s 6e 120-N',2 of NWU & Lot 206 Orig Ga 15th Dist,
8 Is 8e 344-All South & West SEU of NWU, (Reams) Joseph M Perkins, et al 5.69 Recd DB 32 PG 247 (Copdy) Bin McBirney, et alF 9.57
of Greenville & Sampala RD 18 2s 6e 137Js-N1- of SWU of 3n lOe 96-East 96 acres of Lot
of Sec 8 ..._......._____._ Harry & Virginia Merritt 122.51 NE%, & all south & west of No. 204 Orig Ga Survey 16th
1' Is 8e 1GO-N',2! of N1* Harry & Virginia Merritt 76.19 RR of N'i of NEU N4 of Dist (Corbett) ..........._.._._..,._ A Stacey, et al 5.44
4 2s 8e 115-W2 of SWU, & NWU, (Bryan) ..........._.._.._... Joseph M Perkins et al 7.45 7 In lIe 120 E',2 of SWU, &
SWU of NWU, less 5 acres 2 is 7e 80-NEU of SWU, & W'/2 of Wi of SEU, (Dixon) Sidney A Stubbs et al 5.69
inV Corner ____ Est. J E Tuten EX 2/10 28.10 SWU of SWU, (Shackelford) Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 19 In lie 30-All North of ST
ZIn 6e-Part of E% of SEU 17 Is 7e 120-SEU of SWU, & RD ofV% of NWU (Dixon) Sidney A Stubbs, et al 2.29
Reed DB 66 PG 296 .___... Mrs Rebecca Norwood 229 N% of SWU, (Sullivan) R H Wood, et al 5.69 PAT MILLINOR, Tax Collector, Madison County Fla.
1In 7e 1-Part of SWU of 21 Is 8e 40-SEU of NWU,
SWU Reed DB 60 PG 121 Nathaniel Stephens 2.67 (Robinson) __................__._ R H Wood, et al 2.67
IV In 7e '4-Part of SEU of 15 Is 10e 80-S'2 of SWU, S 3 X CieSXXS CXXXWV -'U. ;

SEU Reed DB 66 PG 507 Nathaniel Stephens 4.94 (Hale) ._ Bill McBirney, et al 455
20 In 7e 11/5-Part of SWU of 17 Is lOe 50-South 50 acres of WE HAVE!
SEU Reed DB 51 PG 376Villie Lee Cowart 23.82 E',2 of NWU, (Moncrief) Bill McBirney, et al 3.28
Elk C Lakeview S/D-Lot No. 12 Roger T Coker 255 17 Is lOe 160-W'2 of SEU, & -
Elk 34 Town of Greenville E', of SWU, (Beasley) ...- Bill McBirney et al 7.93 WIRE FENCING ANDBARBED WIRE

Lots No. 18, 19, 20, 21 ......._... Clarence Bellamy 23.82 20 Is lOe 40- NWU of NEU,
Elk 36 Town of Greenville All of Clarence Bellamy 11.99.. (Beasley) ...............-..-.?...-.... Bill McBirney, et al 2.67
Blk 40 Town. of Greenville 34 Is lOe 210-S'i of NWU,
Lots No. 31 & 32 ? Bud Bee. 4.94 N',2 of SWU, SWU of SWU, 50 Ib. Stock Prince Albert
Blk 49 Town of Greenville & West 10 acres of SEU of SALT $1.20 TOBACCO, Can 15c
Lois No 3 & 4 _.____ R C Robinson 31.38 SWU, (Phillips) Bill McEirney et al 10J.8
Blk 49 Town of Greenville 1 2s lOe 90-S',2 of SWU & 3 lb. New Sweet 35 in. WIREPOTATOES

Lots No 15, 16 .....___.___.._... J' Vickers, Est. 454 South 10 acres of NWU of 25C FENCE, per roD $15.00
nIl 49 own of Greenville SWU, (Almond) .........-- Bill McBirney. et al 5.06
Lot No. 5 .....__._.._.___ P H Hagan 3.05 2 2s lOe 80-N'2 of SWU, (An-
Bk! 51 Town of Greenville derson) .............-._..-.---.- Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 WHILE IN TOWN THIS WEEKENDSee
Lots Nt'. 8, 9, 22, 23 __.._._ C H Miller :_ 8.71 3 2s lOe 80-N'2 of NWU
Mathis _..... .... for FEEDS GROCERIES FRUIT
BIk 51 :'own of Greenville- ( ) --- Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 us your: -
Lots Ne. 15, 16 less road -- J Vickers, Est 454 10 2s lOe 40-NWU of NWU, VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS
Blk B Southern Sawmill S/D (Bass) ......._ Bill McBirney, et al 2.67
Lot No. 2 _.__....__.___... J H Hodge 4.94 28 2s 10e 160-W z of NE .,
Elk E Southern Sawmill S/D NEU of NWU, & SEU of J. I. SURLES & SONS
Nc NEU, (Rowe) .... 7.71
Lot 2 Alex Demps 4.94 -- -- Bill McBirney, et al
Blk 28 Town of MadisonLot 33 Is lie 80-S'/a of SEU, 1
No 180 ....m..........__...._...__ Cruce & lacone 416.61 I (Black) .m____.___._ Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 108 S. Horsy, Phone HU 3-2393, Madison Fla.uu.u.
Blk 8 IValeigh-Smith SID- 34 Is lie 55%-Lots No. 8 & 9 -

North 50 ft of Lot. No. 8 Joe & Gussie Williams 8.71 (Black) Bill McBirney.. et al 3.05 acx
Elk 13 Fraleigh-Smith SID- 3 2s lie 80-Lot No. 4, & W2
SU of Lots No.1 & 2 Theodore Warren 38.93 of NWU of SWU, (Black) Bill McBirney, et al 4.18
22 In 9e-Part of NEU of SEU 4 2s lIe 400-NE ., Nof
Reed DB 87 PG 180 .._..._ Leatha Cook 4.94 SEU. Eof SWU, SEU of
Pope S/D-Lots No. 129 & 130 0 L & Dorothy Jackson 61.08 NWU, & SWU of SEU.
Blk B Plant Add-Lots No. 1, (Black) ...-......-.-..- Bill McBirney et al 17.27 SUWANNEE RIVER
2. 5, 6. 7 8, 9 ___.._ Willie & Mary Love 8.71 9 2s lie 40-N% of NE K Of
Blk C P'lant Add-Lots No. 8, NVJ.4VJh of NWU of .

9, 10 ..........................._....__ Joe & Mary Graham. 6.83 NEU, (Black) -_..._ Bill McBirney, et al 3.17
Blk F Plant Add-Lot No. 10 Ollie & Rosa Frazier 4.44 2 In 7e 160-WK of NEU & .
27 In 9e-Part of SE+ of NEU W% of NW%. (Loughridge) J B Rountree, et al 7.21 JUNIOR COLLEGE
Reed DB 64 PG 63Blk .........._ Will Gibson 4.94 13 In 7e 80-EU of SEU
A Vickers S/D-Lot No. 13 Clemia Bradley 4.44 (Mueller) ........-.--.--..-... Bill McBirney et al 4.18
Blk A Vickers S/D-Lot No. 16 Clem Bradley & Ernest McGhee 4.44 15 In 7e 480-N1 2 & N% of
Blk A Vickers S/D-Lot No. 20 James Barfield 4.44 S%, (Loughridge) -_____.._ J B Roundtree et al 19.29 FOR NEGRO STUDENTS -
27 In 9e %-Part of Spa of I 24 In 7e 80-E% of NEU j I
NWU Recd DB 73 PG 331Villie McCray & Perry Oliver 4.94 (Mueller) -.....-..----._._.__..._ Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 I
Elk A Hal Stoy S/D-Lot No. 29 Leonard & Willie Mae Brinson 4.44 35 In 7e 640-All of (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al 24.83
Elk B Hal Stoy S/D-Lots No. 1 2n 7e 280-W% of NEU, E',2 I

9 & 10 .m.nU.._....._......_._._.. Letha M Brown 4.94 of NWU. NWU of NWU, & Opening Aug. 31IN
Blk 6 J L& W L Tooke S/D N'2 of SEU, (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al 12.23
Lot No. 9 ..._...,.._.___ Peter Buggs 4.91 11 2n 7e 240-SWU. SWU of I
Elk 2 East Madison S/D-Lot N1V& SEU of SEU. (Lough-

No. 4 ...........__...._....._._.__ Est R L Chancey 4.94 ridge) ..............._........................... J B Roundtree et al 10.72
Blk 9 East Madison S/D-Lots 12 2n 7e 200-SEU of NEU, .

No. 4 & 13 __............_.........._..__ Annie C Holmes 4.91 E',4 of SEU, & SWU of SE 4, I.
Blk 15 East Madison S/D-Lots & SEU of SW i, (Lough- MADISON FLA.

No. 7 & 8 ...........-..................._ Oscar Kelly 454 ridge) ._._....---.-..__...__ J B Roundtree et al 9.71
Blk A Vickers SIDLot No. 2 lIarthalcDanieI 4.41 13 2n 7e 160-NEU (Lough I
:Blk A Vickers S/D-Lot No. 8 MarthalcDaniel 4AI ridge) ........._._....___.__..._ J B Roundtree, et al 7.21! OFFERING THE FOLLOWING
Elk B Vickers S/D-Lot No. 30 Joe Williams 4.44 14 2n 7e ICO{ -NEU (Lough-
Elk D Vickers S/D-Lot No. 2 Margaret Moore 4.41 ridge) ._...__._-..-.---..__._._ J B Roundtree, et al 7.21
Blk D Vickers S/D-Lot No. 3 Martha Mitchel 4.44 15 2n 7e 200 Wtt of NE l, : TWO-YEAR STUDY PROGRAMS:
Blk D Vickers S/D-Lot No. 10 Ernest Clark 4.41 Nlz of SWU, SEU Of NWU, i
Blk D Hal Stoy SID-Lot No. 5VUlie McCray 4.4-1 (Loughridge) ...............___...__ J B Roundtree et al 9.21
Blk L Magnolia Heights SID- 21 2n 7e 280-SEU, Sof NEU, 1. General! College Courses

Lot No. 2Q "___."."."."._'_'_''''_'_ Henry & Daniel G Smith 454 & NEU of NEU (Loughridge) J B Roundtree et al 11.73
Elk L Magnolia Heights S/D- 22 2n 7e 21OSVJJV',: of
Lot No. 1 _.--_ Henry & Emma Smith 4.91 SEU, (Loughridge) _..__ J B Roundtree, et al 10.22 ; 2. Pre-Business Education Course
Blk P Magnolia Heights SID- 25 2n 7e 80-S 2 of SWU I

Lot No. 10 ....-_.._._._.._ Sylvester Bryant 4.18 (Loughridge) _.._..___.__-.....*._. J B Roundtree. et al 4.18
McKenney Add-Lots No. 11 & 12 John Tompkins 6.33 2C 2n 7e 480-S'2 of NWU, I 3. Pre-Engineering Course
28 In 9e-Lots No. 6 & 7 .?'--".'". John Bradley 6.33 N% of SWU. & SEU of SWU I
B1k10JL&WLTookeS/D SEU, Sof NE !, & NEU

Lot No. 7 .........-...._.._.__.._... Hal& Ealey J Henderson, et al 16.27 of NE'4, (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al 20.29: 4. Pre-Law Course
36 In 9e 2-2 acres in SW Cor of 27 2n 7e 160-NEU. (Lough- I
NEU Of NEU ...-.-.------- Est. Steve Wood 3.05 ridge) ...............__.._.._...._?_..-.... J B Roundtree et al 7.21
31 3n 9e 24-North 24 acres of 28 2n 7e 120-NEU of NEU, j 5. [Pre-Medical Course
SEU of SWU ....__..__ Est. Ruben Jarvis 10.22 SEU of SEU, & SEU of SWU
5 2n lOe 7.PW of mv'., (Loughridge) ..._........._.._.._ J B Roundtree. et al 6.19
except 5i acres to ST Rd _.._. D T Washington 29.49 312n 7e 280-S 2 of NEU, N',2 i 6. Pre-Nursir.g Course
6 2n lOe i-% acre in SW Cor of of SEU, E2 of SWU. &
"E1& of SEU ......___._.___._ Est C J Wolfe 8.71 SWU of SWVLoughridge) J B Roundtree, et al 12.23
6 2n lOe Part of SEU of SE & 35; 2n 7e 520-NEU. SW ., W2 7. Terminal Courses (Trades) will
Reed DB 47 PG 148 except of SEU, S's of NWU, &
amt sold to others ".'__ J C Strickland 5.44 NEU of NWU. (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al 21.29
19 2n lOe 67'--All East of 35 3n 7e 120-S1* of NWU. & : be offered demands
State Road of NWU __ Edgar Rains 27.60 NWU of NWU, (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al 5.69 as justify.For .
2S In -Part of NEU Reed 7 In Se 200-S 2 of SUNEU

DB 81 PG 40 ........... J B Delaughter 4.94 of SEU, Mueller) Bill McBirney, et al 8.71 Further Information Write:

PAT MILLINOR, Tax Collector, :Madison County, Fla. 8 In 8e 40-SWU of SEU, I ,

Mueller) __ EU1 McBirney. et al 2.67 REGISTRAR

9 In Se 20-W s of-NWU of
ALBRinON i I BROS. -- SWU, Mueller) _- Bill McBirney. et al 1.911 JENYETHEL N. MERRITTOR

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MOTOR CO.FIFTH SE%, SWU of NEU, & W& I .
of NWU of NEU, (Mueller) Bill McBirney, et al 19.03 i PRESIDENT
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STREET 15 In 8e & -All of, (Mueller) Bill McBirney, et al 2483
TEL FO 2-2381
JAMES J. GARDENER
YOUR MASSEYFERGUSONDEALER 19 In 8e 160-All North of
railroad (Mueller) _- Bill McBirney. et al 7.21
BOX 772 MADISON FLORIDA
LIVE OAK, FLA. / ,
20 In 8e 10-All North of Rail-
road (Mueller) Bill McBiroey et al 1.53
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BABY NEWBERRY Allen. He was born August that Mrs H B Dinkins has had as her Mrs H D Oxford arrived home
t- the U S Naval Hospital and I guests this week her brother and I I Saturday night from Greenville, S\
weighed 9 Ibs and 1 oz. Mrs W C family, Dr and Mrs. R D Hughes I C, where she spent five weeks WE BUY
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Mr and Mrs James Newberry of visiting her brother-in-law and sister -
2 is the j and son Billy and daughter Betsy
Littleton, Sr of Route i
Charleston, SCare announcingthe I Dr and Mrs C 0 Bates. She
arrival of their third son, Paul little fellow's grandmother. I cf Richmond, Va. spent some time at Highlands, N
C. while away. Pine Timber-PuIp\vood, Poles, Sawlogs
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BRIDE ELECT COMPLIMENTEDMiss T. M. HOWERTON, JR.S. .

Frances Stewart whose mar- DUVAL ST., PH. HU 3-6681 MADISON, FLA.

riage toV C Copeland III will TIMBER PURCHASED IN BULK OR SELECTIVELYCUT
take place Friday, September 4,
was the inspiration for a miscel-
laneous shower given at 10:00 a.
FORESTRY CONSULTANTS-TIMBER MARKETING
I m Friday by Mrs J L Sims and
I Miss Ruth Sims at their Cherry: PROPERTIES
:; Lake home. Thirty guests were in-
k __ vited.
Rooms were decorated with sum- CITY COMMISSION
mer garden flowers. Coffee and cake
r G@Y t tSUMr.'ER
A : were served. The honoree received PROCEEDINGSCITY
w
many: beautiful and useful gifts
and the hostesses gave her silver in OF MADISON, FLORIDA COLD

her pattern. August 4, 1959 /
I Mrs L B Stewart, mother of the The Commission met this date TAKE -
honoree and Mrs W C CopelandJr in
regular session with all members I
a. .-,- """ 3 .::...:.:....{ the prospective bridegroom's present. for
mother were among the guests. Miss Minutes of the previous meetings I symptomaticRELIEF'
Ruth Sims will be one of the were approved.This I 6 6 6
bridal attendants at the Stewart- being the annual organizational -
Copeland wedding. meeting, Mr Priest moved I: .
-- that V M Folsom be appointed i
WE PAY Guests of Mr and Mrs J B Davis, Mayor for 1959-60. Same was approved Look For Eagle's
and Mrs Davis' mother, Mrs C A unanimously.

Langford over the week end were Upon motion by Mr Brinson, Mr
Mrs Langford's daughters, Mrs JohnD Priest was unanimously appointed I I Ii Back to School Sale
Mrs Marvin Richards
Fuqua and
i Mayor Pro-tern.
of Alpha. Mr Charles Watson, local man- Ad on Page 4.
-x- ager of the Florida Power Corpor-
ON ANTISUBMARINE ation, appeared before the Commis-
MANEUVERS sion. Mr Watson gave the City a'i j ADS in this size type begin as low
PerCent check for $1,771.79 in payment of I as 100.
Comdr Frank Graham 'eft Satur- franchise for the first six monthsof
day for Norfolk, Va, for a two 1959.
weeks antisubmarine maneuvers with lIrVatson stated that his com-
squadrons VS-741 and VS-742. pany had installed three new Q1>Cmercu1"vapor
The maneuvers embrace a period street lights on a
from August 17 to August 30. trial basis. Mr Watson requestedthat
-x- at a future date he would
Mrs Maxie Jones and son, Clayton oppreciate the Commission meeting -
ON INSURED SAVINGSLOOK Jones have returned from a with his company's lighting
week's vacation spent at Miami eiigineer.
Beach. I The Commission studied the
-t----- proposed budget presented by the
FORWARD START SAVING TODAY MONEY Tommy Hudson Jr, of Jacksonville City Manager.
was the guest the past week Need for additional operating Good
DEPOSITED BY 10th OF MONTH EARNS FROM 1 st. cf Jimmy Conway and Mr and capital was discussed. A changein Readingfor

Mrs James Conway.x the utility tax ordinance or theWhole
Bank With Confidence When You Save At --x- the
establishment of a garbage
Cary Owens has returned collection fee were considered as Family
from a two weeks' visit with a best means of raising additional

THE CITIZENS BANK OF PERRYPERRY sister in Bainbridge, Ga. revenues poned until needed.more Action information was post- News

could be made available.
The Commission tentatively approved Facts
FLORIDA CONSTRUCTIONNew the budget. I
There being no further business, Feature
and Remodeling the bills t !Family
Deposits Insured Up To $10,000.00 By F. D. f. C. were approved for pay- ..
ment and the
Howerton Supply Co. Commission adjourned ----------
\ The ChrUtion Science Monitor **
I ATTEST: One Norwoy St.Baton 15.MQII
,- V. M. FOLSOM Mayor Send your newspaper for tt* timtf
ALEX H SMITH, Clerk. checked. Enclosed find my check or*
r w; money order. 1v.ar she Q "
I 6 month 59 D I IflCflU1K30O.

_. Mrs Marion L Roberts left last
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f [t) week for Indianapolis I amscity
: : to
(,, ...../ > t.., join Mr .
Roberts .
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......' .,\",, "." ", .7.* .yt. ......'>-mi; ., ......... W .. ? .._ the U S Army there with Adde_ -
: taking
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r". '''\'.' "o"AI, : .. i$':. -;',j". ,<,<,".,.,, .. ,I ;' ....... weeks' course in IBM instruction. .one 'It ,...

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<' :." 'JI;< ':;'i;" > ''\'', ::":"' ,, ::: ; NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF
'" .:L-! FICTITIOUS NAME
BIG 17 CU. Fr. WIZARD

I Notice is hereby given that I
I intend to register the name, MADI- HOME FREEZER
SON SUPPLY
COMPANY, and the
trade mark MASCO, located in
Madison, Florida at Post Office $259.95Western
Box C68 in compliance with Sec-

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front seat hip room (by up to 5.9 conducted by NASCAR Chevy out- tVattonalAutomobile !!; : .
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Visit your local authorized Chevrolet dealer and see how much more Chevy has to offer! '


Saving & Loan Association

; CANTEY MOTOR COMPANY 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA.

The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small

Enough To Know You
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that is the unrest in the Carib-
"
,'ltr'; Look For Eagle'sRack
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'Jq tt ;;p o bean. That difficulty was the

fie M'' dThiNTtRPflISCRCORDII subject of the conference at to School Sale

Santiago, Chile, still in progress -
evUUUCU a (Iii laWAUCMA. MRICUITVBAI AW mWISJBiAl CWIU tf n3>ira fi 81CA
MADISON FLORIDA as this is written, and it Ad 4.
on Page
felepnone' HU 3-63G1 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. needs to be settled, not only COUNTRY KITCHENU

Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance for its own sake but for larger
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year NAVACO AWNINGSIHO'ERTO
complications which it might S 90 and BelhUle Road SUPPLY COMPANY

Advertising Rates Made Known on ApplicationEntered entail. The Berlin situation will
Where Better Food Is Served
be discussed Thursday of next
at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June STEAKS AND SEA FOOD
week President Eisenhowerand
by
2S. 1908, under Act of March 8, 1879.
Chancellor Adenauer in Air-Conditioned Dining Room

OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT JR. Bonn and later by the Presi- Home Cooked Meals and Short

AND ASSOCIATES dent and British and French Orders

MADISON RECORDER ESTABLISHED 1865 government heads. Next month
FRED FERRELL New Owner L
Khrushchev's visit to ,
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 comes

CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908T. this country, when certainly ,

the matter will be taken up by *
C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. Eisenhower .
and the Russian
C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor
MRS. A. W. YAWN, City Editor strong man. It is possible that

I some good will come from the

+.; *''fy lived, for early the next year talks, and the tension easedat Notice of School '
i
I Sherman destroyed Columbia least a little more. .

ACTIVE I and later the same year his i I Opening ry.V .
t,tateia ti 1 He himself
N only child died. ,, 4

0 oyC racked with consumption,, State of bring
1959'Qr Superlatives I Madison County Schools will open
!ON managed to live two more I for the 1959-1960 school term on

years: by selling off the family" Texas, the subject of this I the following schedule: home

\Weather Good And furniture and other household week's article, is a state of i All Negro schools, August 20
pupil registration and first attend-
superlatives. Until the admission -
goods. "We have, he wrote a ance day.

Cotton of Good Quality friend, "eaten two silver pitchers of Alaska, it was the larg- RACESNIGHTLY All White schools, August 31, cartons

one or two dozen silver est state in area in the Union, pipil registration and first attend-

,..I" i forks, several sofas, innumer- and even now is the largestif Except Sunday ance day. and
While I reclineAt Labor Day will be observed asa
case beneath able chairs, and a huge bed- the ice-covered part of Alaska RAIN OR SHINE holiday in all schools.

This immemorial pine, stead." Near the end of his life is excluded. Its area is approximately e TUITION TO BE REQUIRED FOR cartons

Small sphere! an unquenchable thirst con- five times that of POST TIME 8:15 P. M.e NONRESIDENTSUnder
(By dusky fingers brought this Florida the provisions of Chapter
and its
morning here sumed him and the last spoon- population 59-388 of the Laws of Florida, it

And shown with boastful smiles), ful of water given him he could double (or more) that of Flori- DAILY DOUBLEFirst is necessary for non-resident pupilsto and
cloven sheath, da. The state tuition in order to attend
I turn thy was an: independent pay
not swallow. "Never mind he
and Second RacesQUINIELAS Florida. This
Through which the. soft white the public schools of
fibres peer. said, "I shall soon drink at the republic before its admission e fee of $50 per pupil is required and cartons

That with their gossamer bands, river of eternal life." Of his into the Union and it was payable at the time the pupil is

the sea-divided I stipulated then that enrolled, regardless of the lengthof
Unite, like love, it might
lands own approaching death, he had divide into five states, but this ON EACH RACE time the pupil is to be in school. of King Size f

And slowly, thread by thread written: No portion of this fee is returnable
Draw forth the folded strands, division has not occurred. In under any conditions. In this law,

Than which the trembling line, In a dim and murky chamber population, Texas is the sixth Enjoy Our Fabulous a non-resident is defined as: Coke

By whose frail help yon startled I am breathing life away; largest state. Texas is the 1. A person who has lived in
spider fled Someone draws a curtain softly, TURF CLUB Florida less than one year; or
ranking state in the United
from 2. One who has not purchaseda
Down the tall spear-grass And I watch the broadening day.
his swinging bed, States in the production of home which is occupied by him

Is scarce more fine. As it purples in the zenith, minerals; it is first in petrol- LADIES as his residence prior to the en-
rollment of his children in school;
As it brightens on the lawn,
natural FREE ON
eum, gas and sulphurand
. The above will be recognizedas There's a hush of death about me, THURSD.IYSRadiator or
is the country's only 3. One who has not filed a
pro-
And "He is !
the first few lines of the a whisper, gone
ducer of helium. Other mineral declaration of intent to become a
poet Henry Timrod's tribute to resident in the county where the
products of the state include I child is enrolling.No .
the cotton boll, written during
Interesting PublicationsCounty natural gasoline, liquefied pe- tuition shall be charged to:
the States, I
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Between
the War
troleum gases, salt, lignite, 1 1. A person who is in the I
when Southern hopes were Agent Hamrick recently I Federal Military Service or is a
asphalt sandstone Cleaning and
gypsum civilian employee.
high and many Southerners I the writer two "I I I
I gave granite, mercury, potash, limestone 2. Agricultural migratory work-
which
thought that cotton, of I I
publications Fruit :
interesting 50-2t-ch
coal silver ers.
copper, lead, General Automotive
the South had almost a monopoly Trees for Florida Homes, and SIGN OF i
graphite zinc, gold - -
I manganese -
would be a deciding factor Seminoles of Florida. They are and marble. Althoughless Aluminum screens and frames GOODTASTE

in the new nation's strugglefor put out by the State Depart- than 20% of the total Repairs cost less than wood.HOWERTON .

existence. We thought it ment of Agriculture, and we area of Texas is under culti- McWIlliAMS GARAGE SUPPLY CO.
might be appropriate, now that 1
should think that those who
vation, the state ranks secondin I ooc.:::::::>ooooooa
cotton belt is alive to the
the
for themat
care copies can get the United
States after
(
]hum of the ginning machinery, the County Agent's officeor .
California) in value of its
to
to use the little quotation
at the Agriculture Depart-
crops. It leads the nation in the x
start off the column. Anyone ment in Tallahassee. Both the production of cotton
winter
whole ,
interested in reading the State and the U S Departmentof
find it in wheat, corn, pecans and grain
poem can probably Agriculture publish many sorghum. Other include { Ski wh,4
of the libraries, or we will crops StOP am t
one 1
and t
valuable publications they onions, rice, oats, potatoes, / tr1 e naoosors mQOdpUo t
be glad to lend him our copy.
can be secured without chargeor sweet throwing money away 4rr
potatoes, peanuts, Adlp try qtr, in i
,
The Burnette gin here reports nominal cost. The Fruit ;" repairing your present car 4Ao, .a, 11
at +
oranges, peaches, grapefruit, burning extra and oil $ te wothr rlqWR
gas ra
of the staple r
200 bales fleecy dJp ,
moe
Trees for Florida Homes book- as older cars do. 6urp
ginned by them so far this I I vegetables, barley, rye, apples, BIJZZIi'J'' > .Matching your present car u/ta ODte' .
hrP
let discusses figs, grapes, guavas cantaloupes, figs, dates black- .dJp 10 don ia raaib: nlue.n ;
,
and the cotton comingin >
season rapidly., The weather has loquats, peaches, pears, I berries, and strawberries. It 1 i L

pecans, plums, persimmons, leads the nation in cattle and
,
been good and the cotton also
I pomegranates, bananas, papayas in wool and mohair production. DURING
is of good quality, nine of fifteen -
lychees, mangos, avocados, Texas is the foremost
bales recently having been manu-
i coconut palms & Persian limes. facturing state of the South-

graded as strict middling. Not all of these are suited to west. Petroleum 0tJR
Cotton plantings were heavier refining, .
our immediate section, but chemicals
,
here this with the soil slaughtering,and
year,
I several of them are, and the meat packing, the manufacture )
bank off, and we will have a 4 %
home owner will not make a of cottonseed oil A
cake
much larger production this' and
mistake in having some fruit I meal, flour and grist milling, s 4 z ," b
:year, though nothing like the:
and nut trees around his place. and the manufacture of foundry -
five and six thousand bale ,
crops'
For us here the great home I and machine-shop '
products
,
we used to have when there rf
I tree is the pecan, good for leather goods, and lumber and
in the
were some seven gins
I shade and good for the nuts, wood products are all important
county.Undoubtedly.
Jr ___- I I which, by the way, will beginto industries. Fishing is a valu-

a. I fall next month. Many. people able enterprise; shrimp, oysters

A Genius here pay their taxes and and red snappers are caught.

have money over with their There are huge cattle ranchesin at much a?J102 75*
We going into Jacksonville on first*)uipp 4 cost
were
pecans, while Up in Georgia the the state, the King ranchof on a Fairlarie 500.

some years ago one morn- nuts are a major crop. The a million acres being the GAIAXIK Tow: VuTOw eRG ap to S55 I rev on,5zq

ing on the Gulf Wind when we Seminoles of Florida booklet is largest in the United States. gas and oiL

"noticed in the railroad yards handsomely illustrated, and is Next week, Utah. Mow IM PROGRESS! ,pto$6Z''attsstoriea, I

there a Pullman car named the valuable historically. As in so. '
henry Timrod, in honor of the many other cases-and we I Buzz on in! Ford No. 1 sale. potation leU us give the 47 ) t taweete.t
Mr and Mrs A L Jones and deals in our history.And what a car to tare on.
I
poet mentioned above. Timrod should remember this when we daughter You get. ThuBderbird-intpired styling Thunderbird V-3 c I
Cindy of I
Demopolis. Ala power .a car that' built for people built to keep on IriDe.
was undoubtedly a genius, and think.we are always right-our who had been here on a week's Make beeline for your Ford Dealer's now.

there is no telling what he dealings with the Red Man in'I visit with Mrs Jones' parents, Mr r.o.A.r.

might have achieved under Florida have not always been and Mrs 0 C Hodnett returned ..

happier circumstances. As it without fault. Sunday to their home.- Accompaniedby ae heatlea J.? w

was, his life was a sad one, Mrs Hodnett Mr and Mrs .
Jones and Cindy spent da'slast FORD A VT 8o*.4 o*a comport of mattvlochmn'
several
plagued by disappointment, D pt5 lryy.srd Mod print,when can art tqwppWwirti
Some Good May Come week at Jacksonville Beach radio,hater and oviomaiic tranunuwoa
and disease. Happiness 1 I
poverty 1 I II -xMr '
came to him in 1864 when he In our concern over the Ber-;j and Mrs W T Hay and: two :

was associate editor of the i 1m crisis, it is possible that our .daughters Rosalind and Martha, of HARDEE MOTOR CO.
I I
Fort
Columbia South Carolinian and \I country has not given full con Pierce are visiting in Albany

he married the "Katie" of his J sideration to a disturbing in- here Ga, this Friday week to spend and several will arrive days ....-. CORNER BASE & HANCOCK STREETS Madison FloridaIf

but that short-] fluence much home and
love-poems, was nearer with his mother, Mrs T F Hay. You're Interested in an f7 'Jsed Car-Be Sure to Set Your Ford Dealer

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COMPLETE\ PEST CONTROLFREE
NOW IS THE TIME

ANNOUNCING INSPECTION

To get ready for the big Christ-
BURKE EXTERMINATING
mas season. Means big profits CO.
for AVON representatives. We

train you. Wr&te.VU Box 6 JACK BURKE JR.
Entomologist
3103, Tallahassee, Fla. I
O 111 East Green St.,

MR. W. G. SHELDON e Phone 293JPERRY


Shopping the TownWITH FLORIDA

REGISTERED PHARMACIST We exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites Fleas and

Ii Ticks, Mice and Rats Lawn
TONI JEANIt and Shrubbery Pests, etc.

was Keats who said "A thingof I....... I
beauty is a joy forever." How
Is Now At The -
I
true this is! It seems the longer we
I O. E. EDGLEY
Day Phone 1227
have things of classic beauty, the 0 A

better we like them. Take furni- King Size Coke Owner Night Phone 49-W

ture, for instance. The true beautyof LAKE CITY FLA.
o *
fine solid wood in a classic 2 Ao .

Smith Drug Store. style is something that would bea 0U gO "b-

joy to own and use for 3 ears- i 0 o '#
cp
even generations. DUNN FURNI-
o
TURE is showing a solid oak bedroom I 0 0 a 1U v ,

suite that has those endur- u
We call for and Deliver PrescriptionsPhone
!
ing qualities that make it a wise U
I ,
buy. A fine lacquer finish which ,. e I
HU 3-6262 Madison Fla. resists water spots doesn't hide the U 0 t Paint CompanyStore

warm luster of this fine wood. It's 0 8 Front
0 / 0 Designingand
done in a contemporary design 0 / 0
that will age gracefully andill 0 t 9 Installation

never look ''dated." This suite is I 0 0 n 9 GLASS for EVERY PURPOSE

Ride a WESTERN FLY in open stock too, so can be addedto I 0 0
9 SO EASY, SO GOOD
over the months and Seeit

ER back to school. at DU\N'S. years. seds+ PICK c UP si SEVERAL=s ansir.mt TODAY:. I Look For Eagle's


Western Auto Store I suppose that word "classic" can Mrs F1 Salter returned SUn- Back to School Sale

;. well explain why the shirtwaist day from a ten days' visit in Nashville I

dress is ever-new. We have enjoyed Tenn., with her mother and Ad Page 4 .
it so much this summer in light sister' Mrs Cynthia Carter and on ,

NOTICEBelow fabrics and pastel shades. Now, Mrs Evelyn DeWeese. _
this untiring style marches righton lIrVilIiam Sharp of Palmetto
I has arrived to be a member of
is listed the anticipated into fall done in warm autumn
I Fort Jackson, S C, August 14 1 Madison High School faculty as
receipts and expenditures for the colors in both provincial prints \
fle Pest Control Program for the Cityof II' and. glorious plaids at THE MAY Rct E-l Jimmie W Welch son of I Mathematics teacher.
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Madison and the I Mrs Tcbo Welch, Madison, Florida I
City of Greenville SHOP. You'll find lovely Mr and lIrsJt'r Cooper Jr
NO as administered by the Board creations tagged with the has been assigned to Company C,
6 Battalion, 2 Training I i and daughter Jackie returned Saturday *
of County Commissioners of Madi1|well known brand names of Nelly Regiment at i
Fort Jackson S C, for eight weeksof from a week's vacation at
son
County, Florida. _The Boardill !Don and Doris Dodson. You'll want ,
\\ have basic combat training. the beaches near Panama City.
a hearing this
on
proposed to see, too the new line of Justin
Pest Control Budget for the I
McCarty dresses and Jean Castle I
fiscal year 1959-60 at their next
co-ordinated skirts and Jersey
regular meeting on September 2,
blouses. THE :MAY SHOP also
1959, at 9:00 a. m. The Board ex
: pects to adopt this proposed.budgetat carries adorable school dresses that torn io3Z I IT
Landscape and Garden that time.ESTIMATE would delight any little girL

OF REVENUES AND e

{ School To Be Held SoonRudy RECEIPTS PEST CONTROL MADISON FUND COUNTY of Need fishing something tackle? new CUDDY in the SMITH way fcecZ(

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING
HARDWARE the place to find
SEPTEMBER 30, 1960
it. He has such famous names in ,
( Hamrick, County Agent) Mate
Cash spinning reels as Zebco, Norseman,
A Landscape and Garden School, rials
City of Madison550.00 Bronson, and Pflueger, as well as
fashioned after the Swine and beef I
City of Greenville 450.00 a complete line of baitsincludingthe
cattle school
the past two years,
will be held at the Madison County State of Florida 513.41 famous "Boogie" bait. Or maybe -
Agricultural Center each Tuesday Materials from State 1019.93 you're more of a hunter thana

Your insurance evening from September 1 through Total Cash $1985.74 I fisherman. You'll find everythingyou

October G. The series of six meet- Materials 1019.95Total I II want in guns and ammunitionat .

maybe ings is designed to assist both men i Buddy's. What's that? You don't w
and women with problems in land- Budget $3005.69Total I I
_I hunt or fish? Just putter aroundthe F
"old! fashion," cape design ana yard maintenance.Each estimated house? Well, Buddy carriesthose I II ..
session will begin at 7:30p. !
m. A registration fee of $1.00 for receipts 1513.41 1019.95 wcnderful Pittsburgh paints uw'J.. 017k

too the entire course will be chargedto 95 Less% 5 of% estimated 75.67 and all equipment, brushes you need etc. for So i : : w sie w a st.
painting-ladders
defray expenses of supplies, etc. I
Have you brought your The dates topic ana discussion receipts 1437.74 whatever type you are and how .
insurance Balances to be ,
up to date since leader for each night are shown be- ever you like to spend your leisure '
you bought that new TV set low brought forward I f: ?
: time, you'll find just the right
II
.. CASH
.hi.fl..or
furnture?Make LANDSCAPE & GARDEN SCHOOL 548.00 equipment at BUDDY SMITH I
sure your policy covers the Sept. 1-Lawn Grasses.and-Lawn -
present value of the Total estimated HARDWARE.
con- Management, Rudy Hamrick.
tents of your home or apart Sept. 8-Basic Principals of Land- receipts and bal- i
ment. Call us for a checkup. receipts & bat ances. 1985.74: 1019.95 The day of the iron corset re l

Sept. Maintenance of Landscape ESTIMATED EXPENSES turns! This winter fashionable e I I C+

Planting, S A Rose. Alc No. Clsssificatlon Mat ;young ladies will grace their waists I I
\, Insurance Sept. 22-Use of Ornamental I Cash rials with beautiful metal belts by flame I
Plants in Developing the Land- 201 Salaries (local) 263.00 of ..California. BREEDEN'S, Madi- I ..

AgencyPhone scape Plan, Dr EV McElwee. 202. Chemicals Malathion& Solvents son's newest fashion & gift shop, is
Sept. 29-Common Insect Pests featuring an assortment of these ,
.
90 (local) .
HU 3-6250 of Ornamental Plants J E Brogdon. 47S.OO timely fashicn accessories. Take "" ".
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Malathion 90 471.00: "". / ;
Disease and Nematodes of Ornamental '
pick of silver
MADISON. FLORIDA Lethane 3S4 52S.OO your copper or 0 '
Plants; Dr R S Mullin. \ '
,
"
I Fuel Oil (local) 593.00 golden hues in either the expansionor ': Z r ,
Oct. 6 Propagation of Flowers & J !,i ,
1 203 Gas oil & repairs solid type. These belts add a .' I'
Ornamental
Plants, S. A. Rose.
Hartford Representing FireInsurance I The Use of Foliage Plants and Gasoline (State real dash of glamour to a simple

l' Flowers in the Home, S A Rose. 150.00 150.00 wool sheath and make any sweater <3T> ALL-WEATHER'
Company Motor oil, grease and skirt look : :! .
Croup : ,_ Soils and Fertilizer for Ornamental set up to date. Stopin f V.V }<* 4
Plants. Dr G C Horn. & repairs (State at BREEDENS,located in Setzer's
$100.00) 100.00 Shopping Center and see these WHITEWALLSbiGOOOfiE4R
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206 Insurance
metal: cinctures. You'll love them!
Liability (Madison ** I
/4l Truck) 90.00 (And you'll love BREEDEN'S!)

208 Incidentals 0

Sanitarian-per diem There have been a tot of salesin
SOME PEOPLE& ARE BORN (State) 88.00
torru BLACK EXES-OTHERS You don have to SanitarianmileageState town, but the one now in pro- t.
s
HAVE FIG-J.tI' FOR 'EM! gress at THE FAMILY STORE he
1'0 ( ) 100.00

yell for help when .Truck(State rental) 60.00 ducted tops them by all students! Planned this and sale con-is hfJfJ.olfJ_ $ I 195:

for 501 Contingency 20.55 aimed at clothing for the coming
are looking
you school InIt/
C Estimated local year-kindergarten through I IiiIM
I
t the best in Auto Parts. Estimated funds: State$1548.00 college-but there are values there / tue
for everyone. Buy any item in the j
funds 513.41
I 1 Have your repairman store and you get a second for': A tire that takes luxury out of the high price.

Total estimated 100. The entire stock of ladies' I bracket! Features Triple-Tempered 3-T cord

} come to our store for I funds: $2061.41 and children's dresses are at re== construction and Good)'car's exclusive Stop

Less for contingencylocal duced prices so you really get a Notch tread. Gives any car a fresh new lopjf

the neatest, completes 122.00 double bargain when you purchase priced right for your car right now! .J
s Less for contingencystate I another for just one dollar! This

est! line in town. 15.41 I fabulous sale lasts until Labor Day! onlyf/--gJ; Qweek
Don't miss it! \

TOTAL $1924.00 Till next week orrA J'ET..O F U ;
4 Total appropriations 1924.00 1019.95'Reserve
I Toni! JeanTOBACCO
); for con- MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOOD YEAR TIRES

I tingencies 61.74 TH.A...'"Y OTHER KIND
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xxsacxxxxxxxxax!

r- TOTAL DALE BUDGET M. LESLIE 1985.74 Clerk 1019.95 HARVEST SPECIAL! YELL OW PINE
AUTO
r PARTS, Inc. Ladies 50-yd Can-Can Slips,
.. Board of County Commissioners.The
: -.e. ., .:f''i J n Fa ]' cto_ l.a! ( ,. Rev Marvin Murphy left t all colors


LIVE' -- fO KANKEYFLA.-- ] .,'-Mp H.ADFOS02N.23f2(9A MACHINl1.SHOP-i.SERVlCI---p: 1tAN1e- :- lG''A..l :p.21l2241"401 I Sunday instructor Camp Weed to at spend where the Episcopal two he will weeks be Youth an at $2.97DAYLIGHT DEPT. STORE TRUCK STOP .



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Minutes of ihe Board of f Carolina Biological 12 Student Supply Microscopes Co 112.50W

I M Welch Company 112.50

Public Instruction! Standard School Service 112.30:

I Standard School Service 105.OJ'Approximately

1,000 Book Titles

I H R Hunting Company-Trade
F MADISON COUNTY. FLORIDA I I' Books 33#; Technical and reference

August 5, 1959 i I books, 12 to 35(;., General Text
The Board met in
regular
session :
( We.:
on the above date 1 i
with all! Campbell and Hall-.-General

members present. I trade, 35 Text, technical, etc 10' I.
The meeting was called to order I
I A C McClurg Co. General trade.
(oy the chairman, Mr Cherry, and
30% Text and reference up to Sov;
opened with prayer by Mr McLeod.I Two-Student
Tabs: :
Bids were canvassed for
supplyin -
Standard School Service 218.10
milk for the school lunchroomsin :
Metalab Equipment Co. 293.00
Madison County for the 1939-
Kewaunee Mfg. Co. 376.7S
LAKE METHODIST SUNDAY PROGRAM 1960 school term as follows: i
CHERRY ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST SCHEDULEW 8 Teachers' Desks
I CHURCHA CHURCHA M A F Bassett's Dairy-7 2C each l'z pt. Eeckley-Cardy Company 464.00

preaching service every Sunday1st 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music carton Homogenized milk with Vitamin Newton School Equipment Co

and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. preaching Service every Sunday 7:55 News D-1.00 per gallon bulk.I I 304.00

2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. morning1st 8:00 Baptist Hour Hillciest Farms-7c each *2 pt. American Seating Co. 368.40
t
SUNDAY SCHOOL1st 8:30 Gospel Music carton Homogenized milk with Vit- School
Standard Service 45000
and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a m. amin D-Sl.OO per gallon bulk. :
and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. 9:00 Revival Time 125 Mutton Leg ablet arm chairs
2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 m.
a. 9:30 Mr T P McLeod, Jr. offered a
2nd and 4th .Sundays 11:00 a. m Sunday School every Sunday.1st 10:00 Gospel News Concert motion to split the award for, Virco Mfg. Corp "128123.

Midweek Prayer Service 8:00: p. m. and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. 10:05 milk business equally between the Beckley-Cardy Company 1,337.50
Sunday Serenade
Family Night covered dish 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. 10:45 Prelude to Worship GINGEI AllRAVOR two bids. The motion was secondedby Newton School Equip Co 1.068.73;

supper on Friday night Family Night Covered Dish Supper 11:00 Morning Mr Dugan and carried. Newton School Equipment Co.

before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. 2nd Friday night every month 12:00 News-Worship AGED Bids for supplying gasoline, fuel I (alternate) 1287.50 **

Methodist Men's Club meets alter promptly at 7:00 p. m. 12:15 Afternoon :Melodies oil, bulk motor oil and in cans, American Seating Co. 1.15500
Standard School Service 1.293.3I
nately with Rocky Springs on Woman's Society of Christian Service 12:55 News 4 YEARS I and anti-freeze for the 1959-1960 ** Price did not include MUTTON
4th Tuesday each monthat 1:00 Afternoon Melodic school term were canvassed as follows -
meets on Monday night after IN I LEG arm as specified.
7:30 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 1:30 Afternoon Melodies I :
p. m. Sinclair Refining Co. Gasoline Upon motion offered by Mr Mc
Woman's Society of Christian The Methodist Men's Club meets 1:40 Serenade In Blue WOOD'S Leod, seconded by Mr Dugan and
Service meets Thursday after 1:55 News i 21.37c; Fuel Oil12.39; Bulk
alternately with Lake carried, bids were awarded as indicated -
Cherry on *
Oil 48c Oil in 75c .
1st Sunday monthlyat 2:00 Hour 0: Decision ; cans ; Anti-
the 4th each above to the company eK
Tuesday month at 2:30 Musical Freeze 2.00.Miown .
7:30 p. m. Sunday I signated as lowest and best bid .
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. 8:00 p. m. 2:55 News Gas Co.-Fuel Oil 14c. I All other bids
were rejected-
The Official Board meets each 3:00 Musical Pure Oil Co.-Gasoline 22.70c, I
THOMAS SURLES, Ass't Supt. Sunday
Miss M Gabriel
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. Margie:: was appointed
Fuel Oil 14.6c Bulk Oil 56c
C B. Davis, Pastor month following the supper on 3:55 News ; ; Oil to the staff of North
Family Night.P. 4:00 Hit Parade in cans *71c Anti-Freeze *1.95. i I
Florida Junior College as Physical
4:55 News IX THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Orange State-Gasoline 21.70c; I
FIP.ST BAPTIST CHURCH K. HOWELL S. S. Supt. COURT for
I I Education Instructor women
GREENVILLE, FLA. 5:00 Music A* Sundown L J AND FOR MADISON COUNTY,I FuelOil 13.6c; Bulk Oil 57c; Oil incans
MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas.C. 72c. j upon motion by Mr McLeod.
5:30 Headliner & Weather FLORIDA.In I j
B. DAVIS PASTOR 'I seconded by Mr Bailey and carried.
Sunday School ___ 10:00 A. M. 5:33 Sign Off Re: Estates of James Claude Mr Alex Smith offered a motion Mrs Brockman

Morning Worship ....___ 11:00 A. M. LEE METHODIST CHURCH PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO Strickland and Zudie Myrticc to award the bid for gasoline, fuel 'I Audrey to the faculty of was Madison appointed -

Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Strickland his wife Both Deceased. oil and bulk oil to Sinclair Refin Elementary School for the 1959-

Evening Worship ..__ 7:30 P. 1\1 Preaching Every Sunday. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll ing Company and oil in quart cans
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. :M 1st and and anti-freeze to Pure Oil Com-I 19BO school term upon motion by
3rd Sundays Daily Program ScheduleWMAF Mr McLeod seconded by Mr Bailey
.. pany as lowest and best bids. The
-- 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 m. and carried. Mr Gentry Johnson,
p.
HANSON METHODIST CHURCH 2nd creditors of the estates! of motion was seconded by Mr Dugan
Preaching Services every First and 4th Sundays 9:00 a, m. 1220 ON YOUR DIAL James Claude Strickland and Zudie and carried. All others bid were I supervising principal at Lee School

and Third Sunday 11:00 A. M. Sunday School__ Every 6:00 AJU. Sign On Myrtice Strickland, both deceased, rejected.; submitted- his resignation and Mr
Sunday ___
10:00
and 7:30 P. M. Methodist : a. m. 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. are hereby notified and required Bids for supplying gas to th I Orus Hollaway was recommended
Youth et'
Sunday School every Sunday -......-- ....Fellowship_.. 6:00 6:25 World &: State News I' to file any claims or demands which schools of Madison County for the I fill this position. Mr Johnson's Mr
10:30 A. M. ZEB WILLIAMS- -- p. m 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour they may have against said estatesin 1959-1960 school term were can-I resignation was accepted and

Family Night Saturday before BOB Pastor 6:45 Rudy Hamrick, the office of the county judgeof vassed as follows: I Hollaway appointed upon motion

Every second Sunday 4:00 P. M. SEARCY Sunday School Supt. (Mon. Wed. Fri.) Madison County, Florida, in the W C Copeland, Jr Pyrofax Gas by Mr Smith, seconded by Mr Mc-

REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 6:55 World News courthouse at Madison, Florida I Co.-Propane Gas 17c. Leod and carried.Mr .

Preaching every Sunday 7:00 State News within eight calendar months from Live Oak Gas Co.-Propane Gas Benton Eugene Morris was!

Sunday School 7:05 Coffee With Ray the date of the first publicationof 16.8c. appointed to Pinetta Junior High
HOPEWELL 10:00
BAPTIST CHURCH A. M.
7:45 World News this notice. Each claim or de- Hydro Gas Co.Propane Gas School staff upon motion by Mr
Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M.
I Dugan seconded by Mr Bailey,
7:50(
State News mand must be in writing and must
Morning Worship __'_'_ 11:00 A. M. Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M 15c.Mr and carried.
7:55 Weather the residence and
News state place or Bailey offered a motion to I
Eaptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. I Audit reports for Lee Junior High:
8:00( Of fee with Ray post-office address of the claim- award the bid for gas to the Hydro
Evening Mid-week Worship ..._ 7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting every 9:00 Morning evotions ant and must be sworn to by the Gas Company as lowest and best School. Greenville High School and

Brotherhood Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. I Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. Hi. 9:15 Musical Interlude claimant, his agent, or his attorney, bid. The motion was seconded by Greenville Training School were rev -

of last Thursday W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ 9:30 Music Unlimited or itill become void accordingto Mr Dugan and carried. All other ;wed by the Board.
each month at ....___ 7:30 P. M.
10:00 The following personnel wen ap-
ARTHUR CRUCE News. law. bids were rejected.
W.M.U. Training Union
Second
Thursday 2:30 P. M 10:05 1 1959. pointed to positions at the Madison -
Evelene : Music Unlimited August Bids for classroom furniture for
Kelley Circle Director.ERNEST 10:30 Music Unlimited W. J. STRICKLAND, Adminis- Suwannee River Junior! College, County Training School upon
3rd Thursday ....L:_ 2:30 P. M. GURR, Minister
11:00 of Estates of James tT'otinn bv Mr Mclrod. seconded
V. Music Unlimited trator the were tabulated as follows:
ALBERT L. SINGLETARY. S. S. Supt. WELCOME TO 11:15 Public Service Claude Strickland and Zudie Myr. Newton School Equipment Co.-I "by Mr[ Smith and ca.nit'dV T

KELLEY, B.T.U. Director NEW 11 :;0 Deceased. Grant, Dock Randall Choice, Lor-
REV. HOME BAPTIST CHURCH : Record Session tice Strickland. Chairs 6.29; Typing Tables 1025. ;
LEWIS D. HUGHEX, Pastor 12:00 World News Frank A Graham, Jr., American Seating Co.-Chairs I r:-.'neo Seabrooks. Alvin PearsaU

WELCOME: TO Come Worship With Us 12:15 P.M.: Noontime Notes I 6.63; Typing Tables 11.41.Standard i and Glad.sVilkins..

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School.. ..._._ 10:00 A. M. 12:30: Talk Of The Town School Senice-Chairs'' A leave of absence was granted in

Sunday School ___ 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship .______. 11:00 A. M. 12:40 Uncle Ned 7.10; Typing Tables 19.75. I line with Board Policy to Charlye

Morning Worship "._ 11:00 A. M. Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 12:45 State News NEED YOUR WATCH REPAIRED? Mr Dugan offered a motion to DeLaughter s;nd Edna Honeywell,

Training Union ...._ 630 P. M. E.eningVorship ...._... 8:00 P. :M. 12:50 Farm News SEE KELLY WATCHMAKERAll award the bid for the above equip- teachers at Madison Training School
Mid-week Prayer Service 8:00 12:55Veather News ment to Newton School EquipmentCo. and Little Rock School.
Evening Worship ____ 7:30 P. M. P. M. Repair Work Guaranteed
Brotherhood 4th 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade lowest and best bid. The The resignation of Hazel Fitz,
Prayer Meeting __..__.. 7:30 P. M. Friday 8:00 P. M. as
Church Business Jack Pickles _......___..__. S. S. Supt. 1:55 News GOOD USED WATCHESNew I motion was seconded by Mr Bailey teacher at Madison County Training -
Meeting First
Wednesday night of each month. Sim Andrews .... B. T. U. Director 2:00 Gospel Time watches and bands fur that and carried. All other bids were School, was accepted by the

REV. M. 2:30 Public appreciated gift. Board.
Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second J. FOWLER, Pastor Service rejected.The
Thursday night of each 2:45 Afternoon Melodies KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP following bids were canvassed The following personnel were appointed

Preaching: Services month. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 2:55VorId & State News MADISON for equipment and class- to the staff of Suwannee

Every Sunday CHURCH 3:00 Afternoon Melodies room supplies for North Florida River Junior College upon motion
Come Worship With Us.
3:45 Public Service Junior College: by Mr McLeod, seconded by Mr
REV.
DOZIER
SAPP. Pastor Preaching Services every Sunday 4:00: News 1! 0 i1 SCIENCE EQUIPMENT Smith and carried:

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Service 11:00 A. M 4:05 Request Parade Central Scientific$2,263.56E Mr.' ret Elizabeth Battle, Librarian

V REV. I. T. CARTER, PastorServices Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 4:55Vorld & State, News H Sargent & Co.-1,9-l8.4.t. : Earl C Horton, Mathematics -

every Sunday. Sunday School every Sunday at 5:00 Request Parade When buying your Standard School Service-Unable : Godfrey Porter Van leter.

Sunday School _._.._.__ 10:00 a. m. 10:00 A. M. 5:45 Sports Highlights to furnish all items. Sconce.
Morning Worship __ 11:00 BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. 6:00 World News from 1 Instructor's Demonstration Desk Bills: for the month of July were
a. m. E-R
Training Union ___'_ 7:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday, 6:15 Twilight Tunes I I Newsboys Standard School Service 52565. reviewed by the Board and ordered
at 8:00: P. M.Brotherhood. 6:55 News Metalab Equipment Co. $353.00
leningVorship: _____ 8:00 paid.There
p. m.
DO NOT in the
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 first Thursday every 7:00 Sign"Off Please park Kewaunee :Mfg.: Co. 346.78. I being no further businessthe
?? p. m. month at 7:30 P. M street and make your newsboy run
PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO 6 Four-student combination science Board adjourned.
L. D. S. SERVICE EveryboliyVelcome.. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICECONSTRUCTION out into the street to make a sale. tables, 1 Asbestosite Lined Fume MARCUS W CHERRY JR. .
REV. J. R. COLLINS Pastor Kindly pull over to the curb. Chairman.ATTEST .
,
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OFi Our newsboys have instructionsto Hood Assembly, and 24 Oak stools

LATTER DAY SAINTS MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST STAY OUT of the streets, and Metalab Equipment Co 53.575,60 :
GRIFFIN BISHOP Secretary.
Kewaunee! Mfg Co. 3526.17 S/
701 South Range we will appreciate your cooperating _ _ ..
Sunday School __....._ 10:00 a. m. Bible Study __ 10:00 A. M. New and Remodeling with us AND THEM for I y .a u . . .- -. -. -. -. -. .- -. -- -. -- -- --. I

Sacrament: Meeting '--".__ 11:00 a m. Lord's Supper and THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very I.
Relief Edification 11:00 A. M. Howerton Supply Co.Mrs much. .
Society and Priesthood Time I One Great Team :

and plan as announced at Sacrament Bible: Study ____ 7:00 P. M. II I.

Meeting. Preaching 7:30 P. M. L C Bruner returned the

ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN\ Ladies' Class Thursdays past week from a summer vaca- GOODYEAR TIRESJIM'S I: Amoco White Gas & Super Permalube Oil :

LEGION HALLE NEW HOPEFUL tion trip to Hawaii where she did BAY STATION : .

R. CARRYL Branch Pres. extensive sight-seeing while also ._
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH -- -
RIDGE ROAD CHERRY LAKE visiting a brother. Mr Bruner, 1:. S. 90 ;FAST.: MADISON I IfU : If1E1t
Services every first and third
who .
accompanied her for a two Baaa
Sundays at 11 a.- m., and 8:00 p. m. I.
MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST weeks' visit to the Islands, re- II .
CHURCH Sunday School every Sunday 10:00a. turned some time ago. I. *

P.EV. JACK LAMB PastorS. m.Training GeorgiaPLATEGLASS I. e
Union every Sunday 7:00 SCHWINN BICYCLES -' .
R. Sapp Chairman Board of 1MEDDERS'.

Deacons. p.REV. W. T. RYCROFT. Pastor Franchised Dealers & Service 1 :. lisa a.ta .

Billy Dailey....... BTU Director HOWL RTON SUPPLY CO. / x .

Leroy Cruse ...._ Associate Director BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH Company,4 7 I. .
Welcomes You ,.,,.,,.
Leroy Cruse ._. S. S. Supt. Services Every Sunday Plagued Day And /" GLASSGLASS I y

Miss Merle Bass .._..
Song Leader REV CARL V. IVEY, Pastor / BLOCK *

Mrs Juanita Cruse __...... Pianist Sunday School 10:00 A. M. NightwithBladderDiscomfort

Sunday School 1000 A. M Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. .. MIRRORS ;

:Morning Worship ._._ 11:00 A. M. Choir Practice __ 6:00 P. M.
Training Union _._ 6:30 P. M. ? 215 W. Savannah Ave.
Training Union _. 7:00 P. M. I'ti
_______ 7:30 P. 11.Prn'er CHERRY 2-5285 .
Evening Worship UnwUe atlas or drinkinc may be a Phone: ,
Evening
Worship ._
Prayer :Meeting: Wed? 7:30 8:00: P.P. M.M. Meeting Wed. 7:301 M. aoaree irritations of-mild makin but* you annoying feel restless.bladder Valdosta Georgia : I

tense and uncomfortable.> And if restJes : AMOCO STATION
Just as I am. without one plea.I SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST nfchU. with nagging backache.
headache or muscular ache and pain FOLEY LAWN MOWER3BRIGGSSTRATTON
come Regardless of your clothes CHURCH doe to over-exertion, strain or emotional i
condition. Services every Saturday at Mad- upset are adding to your misery-don't MOTORS e
Whether cotton. Home wait-try Doaa' Pill .
spun. You are welcome in ison American Legion HalL D '. Pilla act I *way for speedy: 10 per cent Down Payment ARNIE MEDDERS> Owner : 1

church service. our Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. on relief.bladder 1-They irritation have a Z-soothing A fart effect pain- HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. : ,

Church Service at 3 p. m. relieving action on nagging backache. .
E C WILLIS S S Supt headache, mosealar ache and pains. New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas,Tires Batteries & Accessories
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD *-A wonderfully mild diuretic action Look For .
HAROLD YATES, Pastor Tele- thru the kidneys tending to increase the Eagle'sBack LUBRICATION WASHING & POLISHING
output of .
the 15 miles of kidney tubes.
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. phone HU 36517. So. ret the same happy relief million .

Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. Everyone Welcome! large have enjoyed economy: for site over saves CO :yean.money.New.Get to School Sale CORNER BASE & SHELBY STS. -- .

Evening Worship .___ Doaa'. PiUs today IDO'AN'S
7:31) P. M. FREE-Touch-typing course with PHONE HU 3-9419

Youth REV.Service: B. Wednesday 8:00 P. M. every SMITH-CORONA portable << Ad on Page 4. I 1 .,
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BRICKLEY Pastor typewriter at The E.& PilLSI I r . .R. aaa a s . e