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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: September 4, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I Tells Lions of s& PINETTA WILL CELEBRATE


4,313 Students Attend "t''" :
.' -.JiIi Excitement is running high in
College and Plans :: -
.; Pinetta during this week as the

Madison County Schoolsby I .. J:;. ,:;. -",t.'h...-I. time draws nearer for the really
..._ ,'. ":_ ''\'x'( big Labor Day Celebration at the

Dr Marshall Hamilton, presidentof new Youth Recreation Building.
(( Toni Jean Wells) the North Florida Junior Col- 'If Every afternoon and on Saturdays

4,313 Madison County studentsare lege, told members of the Lions ;f., <"<0'; you wlil find volunteer workers of
back in the classrooms. Cherry Club at their meeting Tuesday of ,,f, 'X ',', ",;'}' the community as well as neighborsfrom
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Lake has an enrollment of 82 ,, other communities
; the College, its growth and en- *; working
Greenville, 473; Madison, 864; Pin- largement plans. away in an effort to have every-
etta, 185. The science labs in Mad-
lie said it was hoped that the thing just right.
ison and Greenville high schools college could be in its new build- The program will start at 3:00

have been renovated and new equip- ings Oct 1st, that while they pm, Monday, September 7 with
ment has been added. the Flag raising followedby
would not be completed then, yet ceremony
The following are new staff they could be used and would re- the laying of the corner stone.

members: Greenville-William Cole- lieve the present situation. In addition Special guests will be introducedand

man, band director; Elwanda Bar- to the present library build- an address will be given by
ber, home economics; Mrs Geraldine the Reverend Marvin T Murphy.At .
ing, the art center and the Baptistand
Stroud Girls Physical Education. Methodist church facilities, the 5:00 pm the big auction starts.

Lee--Mrs Caroline A Rowe, second college now is making use of the The unpoured floor has been divided -

grade; Audrey Whitty, third grade; Presbyterian Sunday School build- into blocks. Friends of
Sue Quick, Girls Physical Education young people anywhere will be

The new Lee principal is Mr ing.The new library, he reported, given the opportunity to buy one or

O L Holloway. Madison-Audrey will be air conditioned and the more blocks of floor at auction.

Brockman, fifth grade; Lucille science building will be cool, andit The buyers name or names will

Cherry, social studies; Carolyn Ed- is hoped to have the new ad- be permanently recorded on an appropriate -

wards, business; William Sharp, ministration building by next year. V .' Y,. plaque for all to see
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mathematics.The wing at the college will begin through the years.,
Madison County Training I b> Sept 10th and work has alrekdy I PINETTA YOUTH RECREATION*BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION Before Supper a Queen of the

School has an enrollment of 1,086;1, ieguVon the recreation area, wh'ere! (as it looked about two weeks ago) Pinetta Youth Center will be selected -

Greenville Training School, 623; tennis courts, volley ball, badminton by popular vote at a pennya

rural schools, 510. Four new class- and other faculties will be con- Jimmy Bevan who has been at- Driver License Sale Long Distance Dialing vote from the contestants who
rooms have been added to the structed. tending "'the summer semester at enter.

Madison County Training School.In I The college personnel l has been Georgia School of Technology, will r At six pm an Old Fashioned

the college area, the North greatly enlarged, with 21 full time arrive home Thursday for a two New driver licenses will go on Features Rotary picnic will be enjoyed by all who

Florida Junior College has 197 full staff members and six part time, weeks' vacation with his parents, sale in the office of the County are willing to prepare a basket and
time students. Suwannee River I and have been Mr and Mrs Joe Bevan. He will join in'V th the Pinetta Community
many new courses Judge beginning September 1st to
Junior College has at the present added. return to Georgia Tech in the fall I 30th inclusive You must present Meeting Council members and the friends
44 full time students and antici- his studies.x in Pinetta and
to continue ofoung people
Enrollment last year, regular [ :your old license: for renewal. Pricesare Members of the Rotary Club enjoyed -
pates a total of 60 including part neighboring communities.: Pinetta
students and special, totaled 226, Operator S1.25; Chauffeur $2.25. their
time students. ; Mrs E M Richards and Mrs J I j quarterly stag supper will welcome you.Sullivan's .
while this year a total enrollmentof Your usual fine cooperation in renewing at Hall Tuesday
meeting the Legion -
The first school holiday is Labor of t
and Kenneth
around 300 is expected.A D Fuqua son jour license early in the.
Day, September 7. The LAST day I practical nursing course will Altha, came Tuesday for a severaldays' month will be greatly appreciated. night, when barbecued chicken, 4

of school is June 3! be instituted in February in the visit with their mother and Sincerely yours, ;I baked potatoes and accessories Service

upstairs of the old hospital. sister, Mrs C A Langford and :Mrs CURTIS D. EARP, were served by a committee headedby ,
Carl Bevis and Bill Russell.
Hamilton said that the college is J B Davis. CountyJudge.. :
Highlight of the was a Station
program
Kahn RepresentativeS operating on a $200,000 budgetthis -x- 522tcbMr
j long distance telephone dialing
year, which cannot but be felt Larry McWilliams and Ben Wells

I in the business life of the city, will leave Sunday for Raymond,t demonstration put on by the tele-
H Hadden is advertising in along with the necessary expendi- Miss, where they will attend Hines and Mrs Bob Lay and three phone companies, Southern Bell, Jimmy Sullivan, local boy, has-

this weeks paper, that a represen- tures of the students themselves; Junior College. Mr and Mrs C T children, Anita Bobby; and Me- Southeastern and AT&T. These recently purchased the Sinclair .

tative from Kahn Tailoring Co. will. although he added that the primary! McWilliams will accompany the linda returned Thursday from a companies were represented at the Service Station, corner of Base

be at their store next Monday and: purpose of the college was to pro- boys. vacation trip to Jackson, Miss, where meeting by Pat Blumer and Paul and Washington Streets on U S 90.
Tuesday. vide an opportunity for -x- they visited their nephew and Weeks of Panama City; Nelson The public is imited'to the
education'l' Mahone, Ira Allen and Dave Hunter special offered by Jimmy in thisweek's
I He heartily thanked Dr B 0 Mercer was a guest at family, Mr and Mrs F E RuffinJr.
R A Kennedy, of the NFJC organizations and indivduals and the Jones-Burnham wedding at They also spent several days ona ol Tallahassee and Don Loper of E-R.

faculty, is the new director of the the public generally for their I' Burnham church Sunday afternoon I sight-seeing trip to New Orleans. J Madison.: Other visitors present in-
cluded Presidents and
Rotary Steve Bevan arrived Saturday
First Methodist church choir. Mr wonderful co-operation. ,
Kennedy is director of the Glee I friends from Live Oak and Perry from New York City for a three
and several Madison visitors. weeks' vacation here with his
Club and instructor in Spanish at
President McAthur of the local I grandparents Dr and Mrs R E
the College. for
-x- Services Club presented a copy of "Seven Watson. His mother, Mrs Edith

Y Paths to Peace," the new Rotary I Bevan of Tallahassee, also has been
J P Johnson, J J Sale Jr and T
John McClammaFuneral book, each to Mr Blumer and to Mr visiting the Watsons while her
L Fraleigh left this week on aweek's
Mahone. son is here. Mr Bevan will be vocal
motor tour of northern U.
distance began I soloist at the Copeland-Stewart
S. A. and 9 fYt The long dialing
Canada.x services for John Mc- with calling Congressman Billy wedding Friday night.x .
,
Ksn: Johnson will leave next Clamma, 44, who died Sunday, I t t.1 Matthews Washington.. He an-I -
I swered and while the Mr and Mrs Nat Norfleet and
Tuesday for Marion Ala., to resume August 23, in Tampa of injuries promptly, I
members Griffin Bishop; two children, Nat and Mike left
his studies at Marion Mili- received in an automobile accident, : with ,
Institute. were held at 2 pm Thursday in the: SCNODL spokesman, put some rather knotty Friday for Atlanta where Mr Nor.

try -x- Chapel of the T J Beggs Jr. Fun ,. ZQ1Jf impromptu questions to him he I fleet will attend the Southern
I eral Home, with interment in handled them with much skill and School of Pharmacy. Mrs Fred
Teena Bunker Pug Gross, Bess .
Ilopew ell cemetery. The Rev Lewis! adroitness. Asked whom he was for I Mickler and grandson Randy Mick-
Ginger Wells and Susan
Williams returned Hughen officiated. Mrs Hughen & : for President, he said George: lar accompanied them to Atlanta.
from
Selman Camp, where recently they had daughter sang in duet Beyond The I dzye Smathers. He considered Kennedyout
Skyline
9 I in front for the Democrats,
Sunset.Mrs Vernon Ragans offered
two months.x .
spent organ music.Pallbearers. but .of the three front running he Services For 4
preferred Lyndon Johnson. He fig-I .
Mrs R C Home, Mrs J E Hardee, were Messrs. Jack
Lamb Albert Kelley, Dozier Sapp ured "Tricky Dickey" in the lead r frs w
Mrs J 0 Wade and Mrs H D Ox- HendryI
said Rocke-
for the Republicans, but
ford spent the week end at theHomes' Bill Lamb, Eustace Kelley, B F I
fishing camp at Nutall- Kelley, Carey Lamb, Albert Kelley, feller must be considered. _
Mr Hutchinson, Max Walker, Bill Following the COft'ersationith I Funeral services for Mrs W R

Rise -x- i Walker Vernon Singletary, Hugh the Congressman, the telephonemen I Hendry, 56, who died August 25,

John Loughridge, of Foley, Gibson'and Ned Herndon.Mrs i 4 dialed Chicago! and San Francisco were held at 4 p. m. Thursday at
for recordings and Honoluluand Beggs Funeral Home with inter-
aisitor here for the
,5 E Turlington of Lee, who is I Ontario for man to man reports ment in Pisgah cemetery. The Rev

Stewart-Copeland wedding. visiting her children in Jackson-! on the weather, which was Dozier Sapp officiated and the I T

-T_ ville for several months, writes that lovely in Honolulu and cool in I Carter quartet sang Preciou.*

Mr and :Mrs Otis Peavy attended she likes the city fine but that, Ontario. All of this was withoutany I Memories. Mrs Ragans was organ

the wedding of ,Miss Verna Jean there is no place like good old BACK TO SCHOOL operator intermediary. I accompanist.

Burnham and Bill Jones at Burn- :Madison county. She plans to return Vacation ends for 1,068,922 Florida youngsters this month. Direct long distance dialing is Active pallbearers were Messrs
church near Jasper, Sunday I to her home in Lee in the already in effect in a few cities inF'crida. I Lois Robertson, Sebrine Roberts
bam This is the first time over a million students have answered the
Spring and in the near future is Pope Dice, Leon Dice, all of Perry,
afternoon.
school bell in 1464 school centers over the state. For 121,722it I
.
-) expected to .be a regular practice.Mr and Russell Walker, Vic Isgrow
BAPTIST WMU-x- is Jimmy Newsome, of Tallahassee, will be a new experience according to present estimates. and Judson Rowe of Madison.
meeting postponed
and will not meet Sept, 7th., has enrolled in NFJC as a.fresh- "The sign to slow down is out" says Carol Lane, women's and Mrs 0 J McNeil spent Honorary: Messrs C C Armstrong

out will meet Sept uth, for the, man. He is living in the home'-of travel director of Shell Oil Company and sponsor of the National the past two'- weeks vacationing in W P Payne, C P Pinson, Waldron

monthly mission program and busi-i I his grandmother, Mrs M H Wil- Safety Council's Carol Lane Awards. "Let's all try to keep the Jacksonville and Atlanta and at Phillips, Gordon Ragans, Cleo

ness. liams. roads safe for everybody." ,! Stone Mountain. Phillips and Cleo McClamma.



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TWO ---- THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER
4th. 1969


NOTICE NOTICE I 35 2n 8e 214 E% of SWU, W4

KOTICE IS HEREBf GIVEN THAT TAX CERTIFICATES ON THE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED of SEU SWU of NEUk, & .. ... .. I

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

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

i 1959 AT THE COURTHOUSE IN MADISON, COUNTY OF MADISON, ON THE 14th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1959, AT 11:00 A MAT bry) ..._................................__...._? R H Wood, ct al 10.58'
STATE OF FLORIDA, TO PAY THE AMOUNT DUE FOR TAXES, THE COURTHOUSEMN ..MADISONv MADISON COUNTY, STATE 4 In 9e 80-Wfc of SWU (Plant) L J Scanlon, et al 3.68 t:
5 In 9e 80-E2 of SE%, (Plant L J Scanlon
) et al 3.68
OF FLORIDA TO PAY' THE AMOUNT DUE ,
TOGETHER WITH ALL COSTS OF SUCH SALE AND ADVERTISING. ; FOR TAXES, TOGETHER 1 i
2n 9e 80 N!2 of NEU (Goody) Bill McBirney, et al 3.68
WITH. ALL COSTS OF SUCH SALE AND
FLORIDA STATUTES SEC 1935152. ADVERTISING t
2 2n 9e 200-SWU, & SWU of

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

NWU2 ...........:........___...__............. Jessie Lee Windom, et al 8.71 ). East of Pub Rd of lot 165,

2s 6e 78-Eof: NEU less DESCRIPTION OWNER Tax &Costs Orig Gal (Coody) ......._.......__.. Bill McBirney, et al 12.23 ,
2 acres in NE Corner _'". Jessie Lee Windom, et al 31.38 21 Is 5e 40-NWU of SWU.! 36 3n 9e 80-S'-2 of SE i (Coody) .Bill McBirney, et al 3.68 J JJ

2 2s 6e 2-2 acres in NE Cor of (Dutton) m_......__..._..______....._ P M Peteet et al 2,67 31 2n lOe 40-NWU of NWU,

E',2 of :NWU --..._._._ Will Simmons 1.91 1 2s 5e 510-E% of 'V 2V*2 (Cook) ._............._......_......_.. B Cook etal 2.67
15 2s 6e 80-NEU of SW ., & of E',2. E',2 of SETS, SWU 3n lOe 233-Lots No. 163, 164, i

SEU of NWU __.___ Woodrow Lewis 26.84 I of SWU and all East of County 205, 206, Orig Ga 15th Dist.

: Town of Sirmons-Lot No. 11, road.of NWU of SWU, and Recd DB 34 PG 551 (Coody) Bill :MeIrr,ey, et al 10.34 I

Blk 5 ......................._.._._. Est. R CReams : 2.67 all East of St Road & County 31 3n 10e 130 W1* of N% of .
,A Town of Sirmons--Lots No. 12, .. Rd of W>2 of NWU. (Hornsby) Joseph M Perkins, et al 22.41 SWU of SWU, S2 of Was of t

13, 14, Blk 5 __.._._.._.._ J A Campbell _.Ii 4.18 2 2s 5e 40-SEU of SEU. SWU of SEU, S',2 of S',2 of tJ
+ 34 Is 7e 2-Part of SEU of SEU (Hornsby) '...____.._..............._... Joseph M. Perkins et al 2.67 SWU, & all lying East of RR J
tf Reed DB 74 PG 374 ...._._ Wade Hampton ..!.Ll 3.05 7 2s 6e 88-Stt of SW 34, less 2 of SWU of NEU' Nof tI
17 2s 7e 100-E',2 of SWU of acres & all south of RR, SWU SWof NEU, fraction of

SWU" SEU of SW!., & NW}4. of SEU, (Bryan) ________ Joseph M Perkins et al 4.68 1 NWU of NEU, & so much of I

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 Reed DB 32 PG 247 (Coody) Bill McBirney, et al 9.57
i of Greenville & Sampala RD 18 2s 6e 137H-NH of SWU! of 3n lOe 96-East 96 acres of Lot

of Sec 8 __.........._._ ... Harry & Virginia Merritt 122.61 NEU, & all south & west of No. 204 Orig Ga Survey 16th

1: Is 8e 160-N!fc of N% Harry & Virginia Merritt 76.19 RR of N% of NEU! N% of Dist (Corbett) ..................._.__ F A Stacey et al 5.44
4 2s 8e 115-W& of SWU, & NWU, (Bryan) .--............-..-... Joseph M Perkins, et al 7.45 7 In lie 120-E'/2 of SWU" &
SWU of XWU, less 5 acres 2 is 7e -NEU of SWU, & W!2 of Wof SEU, (Dixon) Sidney A Stubbs, et al 5.69

I in NW Corner _..._...__ Est. J E Tuten EX 2/10 28.10 SWU of SWU, (Shackelford) Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 19 In lie -All North of ST

20: In 6e-Part of E,4 of SEU 17 Is 7e 120-SEU of SWU, & RD of W 2 of NWU, (Dixon) Sidney A Slubbs, et al 2.29

Reed DB 66 PG 296 ..._... Mrs' Rebecca Norwood 2.29 Nof SWU, (Sullivan) R H Wood, et al .' 5.69 PAT MILLINOR, Tax Collector, Madison County, Fla.
HI( In 7e 1-Part of SWU of 24 Is 8e 40-SEU of NWU,

,, SWU Recd DB 60 PG 121 Nathaniel Stephens ?. 2.67 (Robinson) ........?._...._ R H Wood, et al {l; 2.67 SUSAN ELIZABETH OTEROA
17 In 7epart of SEU, of 15 Is lOe 80-S 2 of SWU, LOOK FOREAGLE baby girl has

I SEU Recd DB 66 PG 507 Nathaniel Stephens ;[%\ 4.94 (Hale) ..................._......._.._ Bill McBirnej', et al 1;, 4.55 with :Mr and :Mrs Modesto come C to Otero live

20 In 7e 11/5-Part of SWU of 17 Is lOe 50-South 50 acres of Jr. to be their daughter. Her nameis
I' SE,. Reed DB 51 PG 316Villie Lee Cowart ** 23.82 E1h of NWU, (Moncrief) Bilr McBirney, et al 3.28 Susan Elizabeth. She was born

; Elk C Lakeview S/D-Lot No. 12 Roger T Coker ',- 2.55 17 Is JOe 160-W% of SEU, & August 28, 1959.
Blk 34 Town of Greenville E'of SW ., (Beasley) -- Bill McBirney, et al 7.93

Lots No. 18, 19, 20, 21 _._ Clarence Bellamy t 23.82 20 Is 10e 40- NWU of NEU! DEPT STORES Miss :Mary Jo Gross left
.... .. .........._.. Wednesday -
Blk 36 Town of Greenville All of Clarence Bellamy 11.99 (Beasley) --- ----- -- Bill McBirney, et al j 2.67 SUMMER CLEARANCE for Columbus Ohio where she
1 Blk 40 Town of Greenville- 34 Is lOe 210-S 2 of NWU, will attend Arlington High School.

S Lots N '. 31 & 32 .......____ Bud Bee k' 4.94 N1 2 of SWU, SWU! of SWU, ; COUNTERS While in Columbus she will be
& West 10 acres of SEU of
Blk 49 Town of Greenville-
with her brother-in-law
; Lots No. 3 & 4 _.4__._ R C Robinson 31.38 SWU! (Phillips) _._.........._._ Bill McBirney, et al 10.08 Mr and Mrs W James Barnes.x and .sister,
Blk 49 Town of Greenville 1 2s lOe -S'2 of SWU & -

Lots No. 15, 16 _......_._ J Vickers, Est. 4.94 South 10 acres of NWU of County CourtJulius Mr and Mrs A V Withers have
of Greenville- SWU, (Almond) Bill et al "''.
Blk 49 Town -- -. McBirney, 5.06 returned to their home in Jacksonville -
Lot No. 5 .___...._..__.._.._ P H Hagan 3.05 2 2s lOe 80-N'2 of SWU, (Anderson after spending time
Elk Town of Greenville ) .. ... ;_.. Bill McBirney al 4.18 McNeal some
51 - et : drunkenness, $25 here with her sister, Mrs J B
Lots Nc. 8, 9, 22, 23 ..__u_._ C H Miller 8.71 3 2s lOe 80-N1 2 of NWU, or thirty days. Hardee, who has recovered from
Blk 51 Town of Greenville- (Mathis) -.--.-.-.---..- Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 Robert J Houston, worthless eye surgery.
Lots No. 15, 16 less road __ J Vickers, Est :.' 4.94 10 2s lOe 40-NWU-of NWU, check, $13.13 fine and make full

Elk B Southern Sawmill S/D (Bass) ......--..-.. --- Bill McBirney, et al
Lot No. 2 _.m.._____..._______... J H Hodge 4.94 28 2s 10e 160-W4 of NE ., the Tuesday afternoon Bridge Club.
NEU of NWU, & SEU of
Blk E Southern SawmillSID
Recent visitors at Ormond Beach Prize gifts were won by Mrs W
Lot Na. 2 Alex Demps V :; 4.94 NEU, (Rowe) w-...-- Bill McBirney et al t : 7.71
\\ere Mrs Fred Mickler and daughter Turner Davis and Mrs J L Wyrhe.x .
33 Is lie 80-S s of SEU,
Blk 28 Town of MadisonLot
Mrs Nat Norfleet and her two I
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No 180 ___.....__..____......__m..___.._ Cruce & lacone 416.61 (Black) ....,.;--..--..- Bill McBirney, et al 1- 4.18 children. They joined Dr and Mrs Mrs F M Shore of Quitman, is
34 Is lie 55'2-Lots No. 8 & 9
Elk 8 Fi-aleigh-Smith SID- Frederick Mickler and children of here for visit with her daughtt-r,
I a
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North 50 ft of Lot No. 8 Joe & Gussie Williams 8.71 (Black) -........--...---- Bill McBirney, et al 3.05 I i Jasper for the outing. Mrs S H Moore.
Elk 13 Fraleigh-Smith SID- 3 2s lie 80-Lot No. 4, & N&

S',2 of Lots No.1 & 2 Theodore Warren 38.93 of NWU! of SWU, (Black) Bill McBirney, et al 3 4.18
22 In 9e Part of NEU of SEU 4 2s He 400-NEU, N% of

Reed DB 87 PG 180 _._.___ Leatha Cook 4.94 SEU, E% of 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 NEU of
Blk C Plant Add-Lots No.8, NWU, & Wof 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 SEU! of NEU W% of NWU., (Loughridge) J B Rountree, et al 7.21 JUNIOR COLLEGE

Reed DB 64 PG 63 ....__ Will Gibson 4.94 13 In 7e 80-E1* of SEU.,
I .... .. .. .. .
Elk A Vickers S/D-Lot No. 13 Clemia Bradley 4.441 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* & Nte of

Blk A Vickers S/D-Lot No. 20 James Barfield 4.44 5 J,2, (Loughridge) -.--f-..- J B Roundtree, et al 19.29 FOR NEGRO STUDENTS -
24 In 7e 80-E% of NEU,
27 In 9e %-Part of S% of
NWU Recd DB 73 PG 331111ie McCray & Perry Oliver 4.94 ; (Mueller) ...........-;...?......----.- Bill McBirney, et al 4.18
Blk A Hal Stoy S/D-Lot No. 29 Leonard & Willie Mae Brinson 4.441 35 In 7e 640-All of (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al 24.83
1 2n 7e 280-'V% of NEU! Ei!
No. ,
Elk B Hal Stoy S/D-Lots 31

9 & 10 ..-----..............._.........-..-- Letha M Brown 4.94 of NWU, NWU of NWU, & Opening Aug.
Blk 6 J LV L Tooke S/D N/2 of SEU., (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al 12.23

Lot No. 9 ___n._______ Peter Buggs. 4.94 I II 2n 7e 240-SW ., SWU of
NWU & SEU, of SEU, (Lough-
Elk 2 East Madison S/D-Lot I INMADISON

No. 4 _....._......._....._....._.__ Est R L Chancey _V> '4.941 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 .:.: ... 4.94 E>2 of SEU, & SWU of SEU,
Blk 15 East Madison S/D-Lots & SEU of SW 4, (Lough- FLA.

........... ._.......... .._
; ridge) J B Roundtree, et al 9.71
I No. 7 & 8 ....nu...................._._ Oscar Kelly 4.94
Elk A Vickers SIDLot No. 2 Martha McDaniel -.., 4.4t 13 2n 7e 160-NEU, (Lough-
McDaniel 4.44! ridge' ) ............??..____..._..___._ J B Roundtree et al 7.21
"c. OFFERING
Elk A Vickers S/D-Lot No. 8 Martha -._ THE FOLLOWING
Elk B Vickers S/D_Lot No. 30 Joe WilliamsMargaret 4.44 14 2n 7e 160-NEU (Lough-
ridge) .........___....m....-.._....._.__ J B Roundtree et al 7.21
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Elk D Vickers S/D-Lot No Moore ,-** 4.44
'- 15 2n 7e 200 W14 of NE%, TWO-YEAR STUDY PROGRAMS:
ElI D Vickers S/D-Lot No. 3 Martha Mitchel 4.44
N1 Of SWU, SEU of NWU,
Elk D Vickers S/D-Lot No. 10 Ernest Clark i r: 4.44 *
.Jf (Loughridge) _._.........._..._ J B Roundtree, et al 9.21
Blk D Hal Stoy S/D-Lot No. 5Villie McCray 4.44 1. General College Courses
21 2n 7e 280-SEU, S',4 of NE's,
SID-
Elk L Magnolia Heights
Lot No. 20 ..._.._..__....._..._ Henry & Daniel G Smith 4.94 & NEU of NEU, (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al 11.73
22 2n 7e 240-SWU, & W1 2 of
Elk L Magnolia Heights S/D- 2. Pre-Business Education Course
) .. J B Roundtree et al 10.22
(
SEU Loughridge ,
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Lot No. 1 __._.___ Henry & Emma Smith 4.94
25 2n 7e 80-S% of SWU -

Blk P Magnolia Heights SID- (Loughridge) ..._.._.-.._.._ J B Roundtree, et al 4.18
Lot No. 10 .....___..__ Sylvester Bryant 4.18 3. Course
262n 7e 480-5 ,* of NWU, Pre-Engineering
,
McKenney Add-Lots No. 11 & 12 John Tompkins 6.33
N % of SW% & SEU, of SWU.SEU .
r.. 28 In 9e-Lots No. 6 & 7 _.._ John Bradley 6.33 ,
S% of NE% & NEU
,
) Blk 10 J L & W L Tooke S/D ,
J B Roundtree et al 20.29 4. Pre-Law Course
of NEU (Loughridge) ,
r Lot No. 7 _............_.._............. Hal& Ealey J Henderson, et al 16.27 -
27 2n 7e 160-NEU. (Lough-
36 In 9e 2-2 acres in SW Cor of ridge> .__._... ...::..._._....._._-_ J B Roundtree et al 7.21
NEU of :NEU ..._......___.._ Est. Steve Wood 3.05 Pre-Medical
28 2n 7e 120-NEU of NE ., 5. Course
31 3n 9e 24-North 24 acres of
.- of SWU! ._..__ Est. Ruben Jarvis ,;,110.22 SEU of SEU, & SEU of SWU,
# SEU u (Loughridge) ......._......_..-.._ J B Roundtree, et al 6.1Q
5 2n lOe 74H-W% of NWU.
I
NEU Nk 6. Course
of "
34 2n 7e 280-5Jh Pre-Nursing
except 5* acres to ST Rd D T Washingtonr: 29.49tt SWU. &
of SEU, E i of
6 2n lOe H-H acre In SW Cor of Loughridge) J B Roundtree et al 1223212S
SWU of SW%. ( ,
}. ... NEU of SEU ...........___._ Est. C J Wolfe 8.71 'V',
33 2n 7e 520-NE, SWU, 2 7. Terminal Courses (Trades) will
6 2n lOe-Part of SE of SE% NWU, &
of SEU S% of
Recd DB 47 PG 148, except ... NEU of'NV%, (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al
,C amt sold to others __..__ J C Strickland 5.44 NWU, &
... 35 3n 7e 120-Sof be offered demands
as justify.
1 2n lOe 671*-All East of NWU of NWU, (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al 5.6S I
State Road of NWU ___ Edgar Rains. 27.60 NE%
S%
7 In 8e 200-Stt of ,
2S In 9e-Part of NEU Reed Bill McBirney et al 8.71 Information
Further
%. Mueller For Write
(
DB 81 PG 40 .........................._ J B Delaughter 4.94 of SE ) :
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PAT MILLINOR, Tax Collector, Madison County, Fla. 8 In 8e 40-SWU of SEU, -
(Mueller) Bill McBirney, et al 2.61 REGISTRAR

9 In 8e 20 W% of NWU of JENYETHEL N. MERRITTOR

S\V%, (Mueller) ---------- Bill McBirney et al 1.91
ALBRTTTON BROS.
460-W Wtf of
17 In 8e ,
SEU SWU! of NE%. & W%
TRACTOR CO. of mVI of NEU, (Mueller) Bill McBu-ney, et al 19.03 PRESIDENT

GD FIFTH STREET 16 In 8e 640 All of, (Mueller) Bill McBirney et aitBill 2483
TEL FO 2-2381 JAMES J. GARDENERBOX
19 In 8e 160-All North of
YOUR MASSEYFERGUSONDEALER
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Portrait Service . in life insurance companies might surprise you. Let me Saturday, September S
: 'DOUBLE FEATURE
.<< show leaders consider our Company I
HU 3-6473 BOX 492 you why many business LEGEND OF THE LOST in

MADISON FLA. outstanding. Technirama and Technicolor star-
,
ring John Wayne, Sophia Lo'ren. A

Reproductions made from Photos I thrilling adventure story filmed
and SnapshotsAll ROBERT A. CRAWFORD Northwestern MADISON where it happened, in the Sahara

LARRY PINSONP. Desert in North Africa.
DRIVEINTHEATRENow Two
men
work done by professional artist
O. BOX 307 and a woman alone in the desert.
Oil on silk or canvascharcoalon Mutual under new management; open Feelings and
HU 3-6424 emotions ran high and
paper every night. Children under 12
fast
as they fought to stay alive
(in cars) always free.

I TAMING BUTTON'S GAL, in
---- BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:45 P. M. Naturama
starring John Lupton
Too Late To SHOW STARTS 7:15 Gloria TalbQt. He had a choice of
Valdosta Wins
(WHAT'S YOUR PROBLEM? I IE LOOK FOR Classify"AIRLINE PROGRAM women. Both were handy with guns.

One knew her way around the
I Doubleheader and CAREER Friday-Saturday, Segtember 4, 5 birds and bees-men were some

ENJOY FREE TRAVEL DOUBLE FEATURE thing else. Cartoon.SundayMonday .
I GOOD PAY SECURITY RIDE A CROOKED TRAIL, in I

Championship SEVERAL men and women age Technicolor, with Audie Murphy. September 6, 7
17-39 will be selected immediatelyto SAY ONE FOR ME, in Cinema-
Valdosta Twin Rivers baseball train tor attractive airline PERFECT FURLOUGH, in Tech- Scope and DeLuxe color, starring

league team took a doubleheaderfrom positions as Hostess Reservationist, nicolor, with Tony Curtis and Janet Bing Crosby, Debbie Reynolds

Madison here Sunday 5 to 1 SUMMER CLEARANCE Ticket Agent, Communicationist, Leigh. Robert Wagner. An entertainment

and 8 to 2 and won the league Station Agent and Operations. Low Sunday-Monday September 6, 7 bonanza. As happy as Christmasand
,
If it's one of insurance-and championship, winding up one game COUNTERS cost training includes beauty and GIDGET, in Technicolor, with guaranteed to ring every bellin

; in these inflation days the ahead of Moultrie. self improvement. Enjoy the many Sandra Dee. Also Color Cartoon. your heart. The story of Father
Other league games: Stockton 4, airline benefits. Must be high Conroy whose Parish was all
; question of insurance is a Moultrie 0; Hahira 7, Live Oak 2; school graduate with ambitions to Tues-Wed-Thurs., Sept. 8, 9, 10 Broadway. Cartoon.TuesdayWednesday.

I problem-quite likely we can Remerton 4, Lax 3. LEE NEWS NOTESGOOD get ahead. Training accredited by Paramount's spectacular, techni- i
September 8, 9
I help you. Final StandingsW NHSC. Write for confidential color producton, THE TEMPEST, DOUBLE FEATURE

. With the great advance in replacement Valdosta ____ 18 L 9 667 Pct BYE PARTY telephone.questionnaire National include your School age and of plus Color Cartoon. I MOBSTER starring Steve
$1.00 PER CARLOAD
values, are you now Moultrie ....,____ 18 11 .621 Wednesday night of last week Aeronautics Airline Cochran, Lita Milan. Violent life
Division Box
Children under 12 in cars, always and loves of Gangland leaders. All
adequately insured? Insurance Lax ---- 16 10 .615 Mr and Mrs C E Dickey's home 570, c-o The Enterprise-Recorder, free. the elements of unpleasant

Hahira ,____ 16 14 .533 was a scene of much merriment, Madison, Fla. 1-2t-pd gang
that sufficed few land
a ago
activity
years realistically broughtto
Live Oak ____ 14 13 .519 when a goodly number of friends
would not take care of the sit- Stockton ____ 13 15 .464 met with them for a good bye FOR SALE: Restaurant business, (CIRCUIT COURTState does the not screen and proves that crime

misfortune party as they were leaving Friday equipment and inventory, doing pay.
uation should ,
now Madison .,.______,_ 11 16 .407 good. 5-year lease. HAMBURGER !I
morning for Nashville, Tenn., ISLANDVOllE
Remerton ____ 5 23 .179 where Mrs Dickey will enter col- HAVEN, at Cherry Lake. 1-it-pd Road Department and Mad- Windsor. Vince Edwards., starring Marie They I

strike.Williams Next week the playoffs begin, lege. Mr Dickey, Wilmere and ison County, petitioners Thelma I
in
romanced the Bahama moonlight
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom house.C. I
Watts defendants. B Jr i
Davis
Insurance with Valdosta ,
playing Lax and 'Ray Dickey accompanied her. T. McWILLIAMS, HU 36275or Broadus Willoughby and C II to the beat of calypso music brought i iI
Moultrie Charles stayed home with his '
best
playing Hahira in HU 3-6552. by the professionals. It was more
Agency two-out-of-threes and the two grandmother, Mrs Marie Park. He Brannen appointed appraisers. I fun to swing your best girl to the I'
will attend school in Madison. Dur- HOUSE FOR RENT Immediate Ordered that petitioners entitled to
I winners of these contests then togo : I beat of native drums as they
ing the social hour Contact MRS KIRBY property, 0.007 acre, upon paymentinto
GENERAL INSURANCEBox into a final two-out-of-three. ice cream, occupancy. joined the calypso craze. Cartoon.
r J home baked cakes, and cookies wereenjo'ed REICHMANN, at Smith's Drug Registry of Court of $25.00. I
3-627C
373 Ph HU
by all. They were given Store. 1-lt-ch James Watson, breaking and Thursday-Friday, September 10, 11
MADISON. FLA. an electric toaster, in an effort to entering with intent to commit DOUBLE FEATURE

OAK HILL NEWSMr express, in a small way, their ap- HELP WANTED: One Concession petit larceny, sentenced to eigh- THE H-MAN, in cinemascope and
girl. Apply MADISON DRIVEIN teen months in state prison.L Eastman
preciation for their many acts of color, starring Yuml Shira-
HOSPITAL NEWS Bob Bass returned Wednes- kindness. They will be away fora THEATRE after 7 p. m. C Parker, breaking and enter- kawa, Koreya Senda. The baffling
1-lt-ch ing with intent to commit grand story of a scientific reaction too
day from a lengthy stay in a Talla- year.
larceny, sentenced to seven yearsin fantastic to believe. The living
Mrs Carl children
and
Turlington
Admission: Mrs Opal Argenbright, 1 hassee hospital. Friends will be gladto
and Mr Saturday WOMAN'S CLUB state prison. liquid theatens an entire city-
Benny Whitty came -
Mrs Robbie Nell Walker, Mrs hear he is improving.
1. for a visit with Mr and MrsJ Charles E Murray, grand larceny death by disintegration.THE .
Virginia Mickel, Mrs Ada Tully, Mr and Mrs Harold Sprenkle of B Whitty. Bobby Whitty of The Madison Woman's Club will sentenced to one year in

Mr Bullock Gaskins, Donald Hol- Valdosta and Mr Sam Reaves Marianna came over Saturday af- open its 1959-1960 year with a state prison. WOMAN EATER, starring

den, Mrs Flora Mae Franklin, Camp LeJeune N C were dinner ternoon for an over-night visit with coffee and program at 10 a. m. James Crumitie & J C Graham, Peter Wayn and Vera Day.

r Lewis Stewart, Mrs Christian Law- guests of Mrs R L Crafton Wednes- them. Thursday, September 10 at the club possession of moonshine whis- HARMONY BAPTIST

, son. day Mr Reaves has finished boot Mr and Mrs L A Almond and house. key still, placed on probation for C"

Discharged: Mrs Velma Thigpen, training and is on furlough for Nancey and Steve have Mrs Almond's five years. Same defendants, viola- CHunCHHornecorningUe"i"al

I Cater Burns, Mrs Pearl Harris, 20 days. When he goes back on parents, Mr and Mrs Jonesof Dr Dan Iverson of Miami spenta tion of beverage laws (felony), case .

Jack Zipperer, Mrs Opal Argen- duty he will be a member of Atlanta visiting them. while with his son-in-law and placed on absentee docket. Sunday Sept. 13th is Homecoming
Mrs I Mr and Mrs G L Lamb and Mrs daughter, Rev and Mrs Joseph Hazel Law Samuelson, plaintiff, Day for the Harmony Baptist -
bright, Mrs Marlin Leslie, Marine Corps Choir.
Gammon, and children vs Howard W Samuelson, defendant. -
Mary Ethel Lamb and three child-I here this Church with dinner served at
Virginia Mickel and baby, Frank Mrs Lilla Crafton returned home ren of Jacksonville were guests week on his way to Phenix City, Divorce granted, and plaintiff the noon hour.A .

Barrs. Ted Willis, Donald Holton Sunday after spending two weeks Sunday of Mr and Mrs L A Lamb. Ala, to hold a meeting.FAMULINCOLNMEBANE. allowed to resume maiden name. revival will begin Sunday,

and Mrs Robbie Nell Walker. with her daughter in Valdosta.Mr Mrs Jackie Floyd of Jacksonvillecame Madison Finance Company vs C Sept. 13th and continue through

BABY MIKEL and Mrs Calvin Gaston and for a week end visit with her L McClanahan, foreclosure of Sept. 20th. Rev Lee Hamlin of

Born to Mr and Mrs Bobby children spent some time with her parents, Mr and Mrs John Hod- KICK OFF MCTS HOME chattel mortgage. Truck sold to Philadelphia will be the evangelist.

Mikel on August 25, a baby girl sister Miss Dorthy Jane Brown, nette, and Joe. Homer Faircloth. Services every night at 8 o.dock.E..er"body .

weighing 6 lbs and 13 ozs. at Lake Park Sunday. lIrsV 0 Allen and children of FOOTBALL SCHEDULE is cordially invited.

BABY FRANKLINMr Revival services began at Pinetta Jacksonville were guests Saturday. NFJC Students REV. JIMMY HARDWICK, Pastor
night and Sunday, of Mr and Mrs "We're l-2t-ch
and Mrs J E Franklin of First Baptist church SundayA R M Moore. I not stagestruck. We're
Route 4 announce the looking forward to it as a chal-
the
Greenville. M with Bro Wynn bringing SCHOOL OPENS "
lenge. That's how Madison County North Florida Junior College -
birth of a baby boy on August morning message. Rev Bud Abbottof School opened here Monday Eight SCHOOL BOARD NAMES

28. He weighed 7 Ibs and 2>/s ozs. Tifton brought the remaining morning with a good enrollmentand I' William Training H Marshall School views football the coach first students, representing four NEW PERSONNEL

COLORED PATIENTS messages of the week. a full faculty. We are looking three games on the Tigers' 1959: counties arrived over the weekend -

Admitted: Johnny Davis, Martha Mr and Mrs Cecil Crafton spent forward to this being among the home schedule. some as freshmen and others as William Sharp, a native of

McDaniel, Augusta Wesley, Melvin Wednesday in Valdosta with Mrs best terms we have had. i Despite coaching changes at sophomores, to begin studies. Theyare Madison, and a graduate of theUniversity
Mrs Sam Tucker of Jacksonvillewas located at the Wyche Apart- of Florida was named
Gilyard Betty Jean McQuay, H L Pennington.Mrs both schools, Marshall expect the
Johnson Evelina Hill and Louise and Mrs here last week for a visit with I worst from these opponents. He ments on South Horry St, and include to the faculty of Madison High
Ola Ellinjrton and Mrs J H School as teacher of
her Mr Mathematics
parents ,
figures Mebane has
a solid nucleus Dural Raker, Homer Bar-I
i I
Walter Barfield. Don Gregol visited Stanley Reaves at
Williams Sr. the meeting of the School Board
from 1938's
returning
eastern cham-Ii wick Jr James F Fouraker,
Discharged: Johnny Davis Betty son of Si Reaves who is in Pine-I Mrs Dovie Johnson has returned pions and FAMU I Wednesday.
as always, will
Jean McQuay Mary Williams and view General. He was attending, home from a visit with her son, be tough. I Dwain Avery, Bob Nolan, Cleon' William H Coleman of Hastings,

baby, Walter Barfield and Evelina football camp when the injury to Mr Jake Johnson, and family of The Tigers of '58 likely to be Sunner, Richard Gowdy and Don Fla, was appointed Band Directorat
Jacksonville. They are the proud Hunter. I Ii Greenville High School Mr Cole-
Hill. his back occurred. He will be ina missed most are QuarterbackWillie i
parents of a fine baby girl. man is a graduate of the Univer-
cast for some time. Dixion, a flyweight with a
Mr and Mrs V C Robins and I sity of Tennessee.
knack of getting the done
The Junior department of Pinetta job
LOOK FOR family of Crawfordville moved to either passing, or running; TackleC Kindergartens OpenMiss Trustees election was set for -
First Baptist church held a the Black house the first of this Johnson a strongman who an- the 1st Tuesday after the Ifct

community mission work and play week. We welcome them and hope I chored one of the toughest lines in Monday in November. Three trustees

party Saturday P M. The work they will enjoy their stay with us. the conference.Now Jean's Kindergarten opened will be elected. The election i

was done at the home of Mrs for the brighter side. End Monday with an attendance of will be held in conjunction with !

Zola Woodcock and a picnic supperwas : L Simmons, a defensive standout, seventeen youngsters eager to be- the Constitutional Amendment vote !

enjoyed at Mr and Mrs G C School to Hear McElwee he is a dependable receiver with gin their season of study and play on re-apportionment. I

Buchanan's. Mr and Mrs Cecil good speed. Working the flanks under the direction of Mrs W T

I Crafton. Mr and Mrs Edgar Blair with Simmons are enough talented Coody. Larrie Cherry and sons, Jimmy ;
A goodly number of Madison and Carson, attended a Poultry
and Mrs Vaniah Buchanan are Jr veterans to make end the Tigers'strongest PLAYHOUSE KINDERGARTEN
I County residents were on hand Institute at Camp McQuarrie. near
position. They include L
leaders. About 25 attended. Seventeen girls and boys have Ocala
last week.
SUMMER CLEARANCE Tuesday evening to hear discussionof Johnson T Mitchell, F Wright.
also enrolled in the Playhouse
Lawn Grasses and Lawn Management Despite C Johnson's loss Madison -x-
Jim Brinson is a patient at the : Kindergarten, Mrs Frances Sanders Mrs John C Bannerman and two
COUNTERS preeented by County expects tackle play to be up to
local hospital. He was taken there H teacher has announced. children left last week to spend
Senior Campbell and A
Hamrick. This par.
Rudy topic
Wednesday morning. Agent I I Classes and play began Tuesday.TO some time in Wilmington, N C.
was the first in a series of six: Holmes can expect help from some Mrs Audrey Coggins McKay of

in sessions designed to cover most lively looking youngsters such as Arnericus Ga, is here for a severalweeks'
Help Keep Boys Scouting
Roger Monlyn and Nathaniel Mc- REFUND MONEY visit
of the problems involved in landscape at her home.x .
Daniel.
design care of ornamental Two top-flight guards returnC Circuit Judge Taylor at Talla- -
Madison PTA
will hold its first
plants t and turf, and other related Holmes, a sawed-off dynamo, andJ hassee Wednesday signed a final meeting of the new 1959.60 year

problems. Weatherspoon, a solid stalwart decree ordering the Southeastern next Tuesday evening 7:30 in the
Next Tuesday night, E W Mc- with plenty savvy. But replace- Telephone Co. to refund almost one cafetorium. AJEi

Elwee, Ornamental Horticulturist ments are green. million dollars in temporary rate in- -] -

at the University, will lead the Guard and center are the Tigers' creases paid by subscribers during Mrs Leon Mason and daughter

discussion on the topic "Basic weakest spots until somebody comes the past 15 months.x Miss Margaret have returned to
r-oiJ -- of through to shore up those key in- -x- their home in
Principles Landscaping. The Tampa, after a twoweeks'
terior and Mrs D G Walden and
visit here with her
: school; will continue to feature posts.SCHEDULE mother
: THERE GOES SMILIN'JACK two sons Guy and Byron, of Lake- Mrs R L .
HE WAS A BOY SCOiTT some; phase of plant care and yard Sept. 18-Florida A & M High land, are spending Labor Day Millinor.x
f ONCE AND HE SAYS OUR SCOUT development each Tuesday eveningLt
School HOME. week end with Mrs T C McNally.
Mr and Mrs and
OATH LAW*MOTTOBEPREPARED Frank Graham
730PM. Sept. 25-Jackson County Tr.
+if '*-HAS KEPT children were guests of relatives in
HIM FLYIN'I ALL THESE The Agricultural Extension Service School AWAY. Jacksonville over the week end. 1
YEARS personnel in Madison County, Oct. 2-Lincoln High (Tallahassee LOOK FOR

the Home Demonstration Agt and ) HOME.

I County Agent, have arranged the Oct. 9-Richardson High School ;
H E ALSO SAYS THAT IN .- AWAY. EAGLE MESSER
Fall Landscape and Garden School
THESE TIMES OF WORLD Oct. 16-Mebane High School -
Sts ,c+' UNREST THAT OUR MOTTO, and each meeting is open to both HOME (Homecoming).

+; "BE PREPARED* CANT rural and town residents. Oct. 23-Live OakHOME.. DEPT. STORES .Battery & Tire Co.
BEAT/
rC s B6 -- Oct. 29-Florida School For
SUMMER CLEARANCE
Carson Cherry returned Friday Boys-AWAY. offers New Goodyear 670 x 15 All

from Lake Butler where he visited Nov. 6-Jerkins High School Weather tube-type tire ,for only

his grandparents, the Rev and Mrs HOME. COUNTERS $12.95 plus tax and recappable tire

H L Boyd. Nov. 13-JRE Lee High -HOME. I









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.1k BEST1 ( ; : Mr and Mrs-Eustace Kelly enter- ..

, ,.. ding tained rehearsal the Moore-Humphrey party Friday even-wed- ; .. '

ing following the rehearsal in the

l :. Lee Methodist church. >rerS
at KRESS !! The Kelly home in Madison was

the setting for the lovely affair
where twenty guests were enter-
tained including the immediate
1 families: the wedding party & out

1 of town relatives.An .
imported white linen cloth 'e a'r1
Plays Everywhere covered the buffet table centered Wilson's Certifi

with gladioli an and epergne mums. Silver holding candelabraheld stock, t, 'p 7 I SHANK HALF O '- OLEFavorite

white lighted candles. Nosegays

of the same lovely flowers were
tied to the candlesticks. Graceful
f+ floral arrangements were used to

decorate rooms open to guests.
i- y x
t. ; Refreshments of heart-shaped
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ese feeM. ees. sandwiches, cake squares decoratedwith
: ". + yf dainty red rosebuds, punch
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i a; i with lime sherbert, nuts and mints
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i
poured punch.
Helping to entertain were Mr and

AT KRESS' LOWEST PRICE EVER : Mrs B A Humphrey, Mrs Nelson ,the Family
Herndon and Mrs Dean Brown. FRESH LEAN PORI
her attendants -
to
The bride-elects gifts

NOW ONLY $2288 complete- !f' necklaces.his were attendants The groom silver with and elect belts.pearl presented For Pure Enjoyment Roast IB 3 3



t. Betrothed W Cherry, Sr, Mr and Mrs Marcus
i Guests for Stewart- CoupleComplimented I W Cherry, Mr and Mrs LarrieJ

Cherry, Mr ad Mrs John Cherry,

cigaret pack: size: 4" x 2/"x 1W'I! Wedding I Mr and Mrs Herman Cherry, Mr
precision engineered I Copeland and Mrs Ashley Beggs, Mr and Mrs
j! Frank R>kard, Mr and Mrs Joe
excellent tone, reception ra ge.. I
Peavy, Miss Barbara Naughton and
8 ounces light I Guests of Mr and 11rsV C
William Beggs. Mr and' Mrs J
I ThomasJohn Beggs III enter- T
III
3-month guarantee -- Copeland Jr, and W C Copeland
1 tained with a supper party Sunday Beggs Jr were assisting hosts.
battery, leather carrying case and ptu -ln for the Stewart-Copeland wedding
N I e\enning at his home, complimenting The honorees received of
.torphone for personal listening included tonight (Friday) are Mr and Mrs gifts
W W Crowdus II, Mr & Mrs John Prentiss Cherry and his fiancee crystal in their pattern from Mr
Mo. Mr and Miss Sandra McMullen of Jacksonville and Mrs Beggs Jr; a china platter
Louis ,
St. ,
Studt of
S av/ngi dnT/uncfrecfc Of Othg",//ems-Now At Kress! ( Mrs Claude, Johnson Jr. of Delhart, whose marriage will be an from their host and pieces of 0 '

l'J.. : Texas, and Mr Robert Sweet of event of Sunday, September 13, in china in their pattern from Mr

K RES S 101-107 N. Patterson i Baltimore, Md. Messrs Crowdus, Jacksonville. I and Mrs Ashley Beggs and William
11 t Studt, Johnson and Sweet were, Guests included Mr and lIrs1; Beggs.Furniture .
VALDOSTA, GA. -----
k smart.t.modem...thrifty stores room mates of Mr Copeland at

I Yale and will serve as groomsmenat
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his wedding. Also guests of the tauo.ctw
Are you interested in the welfareof CHERRY LAKE METHODIST I Copelands for the wedding are AuctionDistress
young people? The people in CHURCHA I !II"V A Sanford and Mr and Mrs
Pinetta are. The Pinetta Community II S Saucier of New York City,
Council is holding a Labor Day preaching service every Sunday and Mr and Mrs A L Rothrum of BIG BOX!
Celebration for all the young WE WELCOME YOU Jacksonville, the Messrs Sanford, Sale
people and their friends at the 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. Saucier and Rothrum are all of the

new Youth Recreation Building 2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. Pyrofax Division of Union Carbide. RED CROSS, '!\ F f. '
starting at 3:00 pm. September 7 Sunday School each Also a guest will be Mr R M (Red) .. SATURDAY, SEPT. 12, 1959 .... '
with! a big picnic at 6 pm. Packa Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Parham of Tallahassee TV.BetrothedCoupleee.
picnic basket for the whole fami- Prayer Service each
} Appliances
ly and drive over to join in with Wednesday 8:00 p. m. urns hJre t"- NAP K I'e

the fun. ,.... ,. ?.,, Family Night covered

.;.'' ---- dish supper, Friday LIVING ROOM e REFRIGERATORS ., 1
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. _

D T Thigpen has taken charge Woman's Society of Mr and Mrs J P Johnson, Mr DINING ROOM STOVES
or the Gulf Station on Base and Christian Service
and Mrs Joe Bevan, Mrs Edith
Hancock streets, formerly operatedby meets Thursday after
Bevan of Tallahassee and Steve BED ROOMBREAKFAST FREEZERS
Kirk Pittman. Mr Pittman is 1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. York'City
Bevan of New enter-
continuing as agent for the bus Methodist Men's Club meets ROOM $ TELEVISIONS
tained with a steak supper Monday
station, which will move coon to alternately with Rocky
evening at the Madison Country
their new building next to Cherry Springs Tuesday after 80
Club, complimenting Miss Frances
66. 4th Sunday 8:00 p. m.i New and Used
Stewart and W C Copeland III. COUNTPKG
Official Board meets 1st Wednesday -
The spacious lounge was deco-
each even numbered month
GiRARDIN JEWELERSFor after prayer service. rated with greenery and arrange- THE COURTHOUSE IS ACROSS FROMWarmack's
ments of summer flowers. The table
Commission on Education meets
was laid for eighteen guests.
1st Wednesday each odd numbered
Hosts presented their honorees
month after prayer service.
SILVER, CHINA CRYSTAL JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. with silver in their chosen pattern.
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DIAMONDS JEWELRY THOMAS SURLES, HARRY M.
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EXPERT REPAIRING COCHRAN, Asst's. MAJORETTESOn
C. B. DAVIS, Pastor. More details next week!

MEMBERS July 6, 1959, Mr Frank Fans- QUITMAN, GEORGIA -
e ttiS NATIONAL Miss LaNora Zipperer will leave ler, director of the Madison High
September 14 for Jacksonville, School Band, announced that Marie
BRIDAL where she will pursue a degree in Jane Cantey, Nancy Hamilton,
o iL s.a I SERVICEVALDOSTA Accounting at Massey Business Robbie Cruce, and Judy Cole wouldbe Fy"e-1'lls

College. the majorettes for the school

GA. -x- year to come. THE YIELD IS III* ON SAVINGS AT
Hart and Clay Tomlinson 1959 By giving special attention to the EVAP
MHS graduates, are leaving Sept. band students, Mr Fansler has
303 No. Patterson 15 for Nashville, Tenn. to attend raised the morale and done won- VALDOSTA FEDERAL
Peabody College. ders for the students and school.

.: sDon'l Just recently Mr Fansler attended -I ANNOUNCING
a band clinic in Gainesville,
Fla. He took with him four band I
Throw That Slick members. They are: Nancy Hamilton .
I Allen Beck, Tommy Pepera, ......... I
Jackie Pepera, and Sarah Taylor.


Tire E:: : "
away THEVEATIIER

HvirAnticipated ENili"

Week 1st, 1959,
BRING IT TO THE ending September Max. Min jtf. : .........
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Thursday 99 73 .65
North Florida Recapping Company Friday 97 75 .40 I I dividend rate on insured SAU

4 Saturday 94 72 .25 savings payable December 31. 1959

On U. S. 90, opposite Ragans Motor Co. Sunday Monday 93 88 73 72 .52.02! FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST, MART

Madison, Fla. Tuesday 91 74 .58 OFFICE HOURS -

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TOTAL 2.42 MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM
and get tire service out of it
new
Rainfall week ending Aug 29th at THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON
Gibson Tower 3.60 in, Aucilla SAVE BY MAIL AT
Tower 2.50 *in, Sinclair Tower 1.20 .
WE ALSO HAVE RE-CAP TIRES FOR SALE in, Mill) Creek Tower 1.25 in, Mad- The New Rosedale

ison forestry headquarters 2-30 in. LUSCIOUS
Lovett Tower 28th and 29th 1.10 .
They will give you all the Tread Service A New Tire in.

will, or more, and at much less cost Rainfall month of August 3.69 in. PEA
Rainfall first eight months of

Yours for tire conservation 1959, 50.57 in. .
Sun rises Sept 4th 6:13 am,"sets Saving & Loan Association
LIBBY'S R
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:V-CHAR/tor of Buying where You LiveFor



instance meditate for a minute coma with business. Your business. I are in, and reduces the value of any
on what a comfort it is to have Every nickel you spend in some other property you may own in this area.
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people around you. Particularly people town helps to send some of these
I We're social critters, and depend on
. like doctors, plumbers, druggists handy people away from here.
'_ each other for many things. But
firemen, preachers, mechanics, tax- -
Maybe it even helps! to eliminate when you scratch somebody else's
payers, and the like.
YOUR job. Certainly it decreasesthe back, be sure he stands where he can

These all. come with towns. Towns profits on whatever business you scratch yours in turn.




THESE MADISON BUSINESSMEN ARE .GENUINELY INTERESTED IN


THE FUTURE OF THIS COMMUNITY AND IN YOUR WELFARE


TRADE AT HOME! WHERE YOUR MONEY BENEFITS YOU!



WILLIAMS HWD. & ELECTRIC CO. HOLTON'S, Inc. DAYLIGHT DEPT STORE

MADISON CLEANERS
RAGANS MOTOR CO. : THE VAN H. PRIEST CO.
WAYNE W. WEGER, Jeweler ,

TRACTOR CO.
GROOVER
THE ECONOMY STORE MICKLER'S LAUNDRY

SETZER'S MADISON HOME CENTER :
WELLS FURNITURE CO.

EAGLE DEPT STORE

MADISON DRUG STORE
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RADIO STATION WMAF
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DUNN FURNITURE CO. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. ,

WESTERN AUTO STORE ;

THE ROSERY :: imr_ MAC'S FURN. & APPLIANCE CO. $" I

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f WADE LUMDEK1XIMD College Students For Lunches


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MADISON RESTAURANTPhone

CITIES SERVICE AGENT
SUPPLY CO. HU 3-2246 :Madison, FIa.SUL11VAN'S .-

:MADISON, FLA. YOUR BUILDING SUPPLIES SUPERMARKETPhone

HU 3-6681, Madison, Florida

Thanks you for your I


business during the past I

WE EXTEND BEST WISHES TOSTUDENTSFACULTIESFAMILIES,
14 years and looks SINCLAIR SATION


forward to serving
you
SPECIAL FOR SEPTEMBERA

with (MS SERVICE We Are Buying Corn
FREE CAR WASH with every Grease and Oil Change


products in the future. We are qualified to fill JIMMY SULLIVAN new owner, cordially invites the public to

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come by for efficient, dependable and courteous service
Call him at- 1 :,- *r r. ..".t A.S.C Purchase Orders or



FARMERS MUTUALEXCHANGE Phone HU 3-2528, Madison, Fla.,
HU
365O5ZJowllove Phone HU 3-2269 Madison, Florida
On U. S. 90-Cor. Base Washington Sts.PEROD.


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den, built in 1790, one of the wooden pews with foot-rests and

D loveliest; Elmscourt, galleries of doors that button as they did in
lacy iron work built in 1810; 1829.

Arlington, noted for antique furni- Our visit over we take the high-

O ture and rare paintings; D'evereux, way south through the Homochitto
where the movie "The Heart of forest with occasional peeks of the

Maryland" was filmed; Melrose, Mississippi through the dense 6ULR

unchanged through generations.Here vegetation, leaving Natchez behind,
suspended over the dining but not out of mind. A city that
table is a relic of yesteryear, a has flown from her walls the

ill Punkah. Operated by a slave boyit Fleur de Lis of France the British s S w

served a dual purpose, kept the Union Jack, the colors of Old

guests cool while keeping the flies Spain, the original flag of the

off the food. Window and door thirteen Colonies, the Stars and
first whites came in 1682 andL
The City Editor Sees were soon followed by settlers who wire screens were unknown in Bars of the Confederate States,
those days of gracious living; and the Stars and Stripes of the
opened indigo plantations. Then
The Old SouthWith slaves were soon introduced to Dunleith exquisite, legendary, United States exudes a charm that

cultivate the teeming soil, and a haunted by ghosts its grandeur is grips and binds, and which the inroads for At meals, snacktime, anytime-
overshadowing-we stayed-we ling- of great commerce cannot
delicious Super Sue flavor
priest established any
a mission in
apologies to Henry Van Dyke: 1699.Vith the introduction of ered in the past, loath to re-enter efface. superiorHover really hits the spot. Serve .*.
Tis fine to see the Old 'South; .the prosaic every-day world; then Our daughter Mrs
and travel and cotton and slave labor, and fur party my this good food today. Super Suo
up down Greenleaves Belvidere and The Albert Wing, George
my grandson,
is good-It's superior.
Among the famous mansions trading on the Mississippi, capita- super
and
lists Parsonage. Wing of Ocala and I are off to y +d
cities of renown. were attracted from every
To admire the crumbly castles and corner of the country, mansions MODERN NATCHEZ New Orleans where we did every- AH Popular Flevort/ Cont,Cups,Pints,famIly tt-Go//on4/

the sprang up, France, Spain and thing tourists usually do, which, to
statues of the kings
Modren Natchez is a "Man'stown the t TARPONETTES TO ;
use phraseology of our loquacious -
But now I think I've had enoughof England were searched for furnishings TWICE i
'" PERFORM
there's in the air.
power is drink of
guide to a cup
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tapestries, silver and
antiquated things. More than 18 sawmills and wood MESSER will
New Orleans coffee-black as night The Tarponettes present ft
So, it's home again, home again,. china which today are yet in a working plants are there includingthe strong as Sampson-sweet as love Water Show at the Madison Country -

North Florida' for me. fine state of preservation. So much oldest sawmill in America.In and hot as htour the Dead & Tire Co. Club 7:30 pm Sept. 3 and 8

Almost me-thinks, I deferred to,I for the history. addition are four of the Nation's End, and see the Night Life. Wantto Battery pm Saturday. Mrs Peter Stern is
too late a date THE NATCHEZ PILGRIMAGE director. Theme for the show is
my must trip to
greatest industries the Inter-
; hear about it next week O. K. offers New Goodyear 670 x 15 All
Natchez and New Orleans, as I Being an off-season for tourists, national Calendar Girl. .
Paper Company now Elizabeth K Vann Weather tube-type tire for only
arrived home in a state of mental a limited number of ante-bellum
operating two multi-million dollar S12.95: plus tax and recappable tire
confusion with the tours and sightseeing mansions were open to visitorstenor
units at their
Natchez Rayon Pulp BOOSTER CLUB
lectures a seething pot- twelve to be exact, just enoughto
mill. The
two units
employ over Registration Books
pourri that required several days keep tourist interest all'earroumL 1500 The MIlS Booster Club will meet
persons with an annual pay- next Wednesday in the high school
to unscramble. roll in excess of $8,000,000. The NOTICEThe auditorium 8 pm, at which timea
It Open Through Oct 3
Getting off at a late start one was our pleasure to be "pay-
towering exhaust stacks may be movie will be shown and officers
August morning and with Mobile, ing guests" at the Magnolia Inn, seen for miles, but fortunately for elected. 4
Ala, and the Admiral Semmes one of the stately old mansions Board of County Commis-
Natchez and the tourist, the pre- Registration books are open in
Hotel our aim for the first day, which we were told was hit by a vailing winds carry the fumes the Court House each day from 9 sioners of Madison County, Florida,

and a tour of Bellingrath Gardens cannon ball which came throughthe across the Mississippi, and chemi- am to 5 pm through Oct. 3, preced- will hold a public hearing on their LOOK FOR
early next morning we were disappointed roof and dropped into a pot cal engineers working in its labora- ing the special election Nov. 3. intention to enter into the Free
to learn there was but of soup in the kitchen while Gen A. E. RAGANS, Library Program for Madison
tories are taking much of the unpleasant This will entail !
one tour a day to the famous Grant and his boys were in Nat Supervisor of Registration. County. program
odor out of the smoke of $3500.00 for the
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an expenditure
' gardens 12 noon to 4:30 p m, chez. The iron soup pot is still I and fumes. (Through Oct 2))
fiscal year of 1959-60. This hear-
which didn't coincide with our there as evidence. Built in 1858 ina il
The grounds around the plant I! ing will be held on September 18,
plans for arrival in Natchez So, grove of giant magnolia trees,
have the semblance of a country Shopping the TownWITH I 1959, at 8:00 p. m.
much to our regret, we passed up interesting features are the fluted club and by the way the company DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk ,
Bellingrath, for this time and Ionic pillars, hooded doorways has a private country club, s I Board of County Commissioners
headed for NatchezNatchezOldNatchez exquisite arabesques unsurpassed, the Natipco for its employees, TONI JEAN 1-2t-ch
how its spacious rooms with lofty ceilings, where for a nominal fee golf, Your "shopper" this week has SUMMER CLEARANCE

story is known to people far and mahogany doors and marble man- tennis, swimming and other recre- found herself caught up in the Mr and Mrs Bob Lay have returned -
I wide-how she lived under Indian ation and games are available. rush of college registration orien- from a visit in Jackson, COUNTERS
tels.It
: Spanish French, English, the Confederacy was our pleasure to have as This was the point of interest of tation and first classes, so her Miss, and New Orleans.
shopping has
/ and the USA how she our hostess while there, a gracious been confined largely
; our visit to Natchez for it is to the college '' u. .s ,: : xzzxxxxxxxa
I kept alive traditions preserved her lady, one of the sixth or seventh here that John book store, located .
our grandson, Wing in THE ENTERPRISERECORDERoffice.
} f ante-bellum, white pillared mansions generation of the original owners of the School of Chemical Engi- Besides the books, the book WE HAVE!

11 without the aid of Rockefeller of the mansion, who knew the neering of the University of store has for students of any school

, .. millions which restored Williams- i story of Natchez and its culture, Florida, got his first Summer level all the supplies they need-
burg and is keeping alive the one of the Who's Who, who ex- vacation job in its labaratories. from paper clips to typewriters. \WIRE FENCING AND BARBED WIRE

Colonial English culture there. uded the "Tender Grace of a Day Other industries here are the One shopping tip that I do have
i t. In Natchez symbol of the Old that is Dead", and never tired of Armstrong Tire and Rubber Co. that wonderful sale at THE

j South you still hear vividly told I telling of the "Glory That was and the Johns Manville Products .. FAMILY STORE is STILL GOING
J by the seventh generation, the Rome." Corp. C'N! But not for much longer. It 50 lb. Stock Prince Albert

* story of how she achieved distinctiveness Most of my readers are familiar Here we crossed the Mississippion ends Labor Day, so make a point SALT $1.20 TOBACCO, Can 15c

f of culture before the with the mansions on the Natchez the great Natchez-Vidalia SAdditional to stop in within the next day or 3 lb. New Sweet I 35 in. WIREPOTATOES

\ Civil War. Coonsisting of 10 log Pilgrimage which attract thousands Bridge, 8,135 ft long, built in five continually being merchandise put out to is 25C FENCE per roll 515.04WHILE

:' *.' cabins two frame houses, four of tourists in March; we saw just main spans at a cost of $4,000,000.On what has been sold, so even replace .

small stores NatchezunderThei those open to summer visitors. Sunday morning before head- if you have already been in, you
'' Bill, on the banks of the Missis- Lucky for me. If I had stayed ing for New Orleans we worshipedwith haven't seen it all. And rememberany IN TOWN THIS WEEKENDSee

sippi, marked the out-post andUnited longer in the past, I may never John at his church, the Pres- purchase entitles the buyer
j southern boundary of the have been able to readjust myself 'byterian, where he serves as usher. to purchase another similar item us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT -

States. It was the most isolated of to garish modernism of the pre- Founded in 1812, the original for just $1.00! VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDSJ.LSURLES&SONS

American settlements and was sent day. wooden church was burned, and Till next week Toni Jean

)I forced to be exclusive and self- We found mansions open to 1 the present handsome structure was

:!I' sufficient summer tourists, Stanton Hall, built on the original site in 1829. henvm.Williams Paints
The natives of the area the headquarters of the pilgrimage The church held its Centenary

, fierce Natchez Indians were thought Garden Club; Rosalie State I celebration in 1929, and still retains 108 S. Horry, Phone HU 3-2395, Madison Fla.

, to have been of Aztec origin. The Shrine of Mississippi D A R; UnI I its slave gallery, and quaint Bryan Electric Company

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Family Birthday C rd' of' TI J
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Application for Employment in Live Oak, FIa.If Dinner -

We wish to thank our many
you would like to work in Live Oak, Fla., in the manu- OURAPOLOGIES friends for their expressions of

facture of clothing, please indicate which of the following: jobs Mrs M H Williams was honoredby sympathy for the beautiful floral

you have done and how many weeks, months, or years you did her family with a birthday offerings attentions and shown for the us during many other the

them. dinner Sunday. illness and sudden death of our
Enjoying the day with her were: wife and mother, Mrs \V R Hendry.
Collar Setter . . . . Collar Maker . . . Mr and Mrs J T Williams and Your thoughtfulness will always be
daughter, Miss Miriam Williams
of treasured in
Collar Turner . . . Pocket Hemmer.. . . ... Tallahassee another daughter Miss Sincerely our memory.,

Pocket Maker . . . Pleater . . . . ::. College Jewel Williams of Virginia of, Mr the and Medical Mrs The \V R HENDRY FAMILY

Sleeve Hemmer .. .. ... Joiner . . . . . For the past few weeks we have been experiencing quitea Julius C Newsome and daughters,
bit of technical difficulty in the operation of your coin- Ann and Mary Mr and Mrs J T Bible CourseThe

Yoker . . .-. . . . Sleeve Setter . . . . operated Laundromat. During this period we have had Williams Jr. and son Joey of Tal-
lahassee, and Misses Irene and
Closers . .. .. .. . Bottom Hemmer . . . many machines out-of-order. Thursa Williams Madison. A special
treat for the day was a tape North Florida Junior Col-
recording -
Button Holer .0.. . . Button Sewer . . : . We realize that the failure of those machines has causedour of birthday messages from lege is offering a course in Old

Trimmer .. . . .. . Examiner . . . . valued patrons a great deal of inconvenience. For the Joe Williams family of Akron, Testament during the fall semester
Ohio. I which opened Monday. Registrationtook
Presser .. .: .. .. ;.. . Folder . .. ... . . . this, please accept our apologies.We Mrs J A Williams, Mr and Mrs place in Fellowship Hall.
Edwin Hall and Mr and Mrs Lee Classes will be held each Monday
Porter .. .. .. . .. . Machinist . . . . hope that we have corrected the main trouble, and Stanfield and daughter Linda of night 7:30 to 10:30 with Mr J C

Cutter . . .. .. :....... .. Pattern Maker ... . . . NOW, all machines are once again in operation. Jacksonville called during the day. Moore, instructor.

Stretcher . . . . :. Packer . . : . . .
:Many\ thanks to our faithful customers who have borne

Shipping Clerk . .. .. .. Bookkeeper . . . . with us during this period of adjustment. We respect- ITh U (

Factory Foreman .. .. . Factory Forelady . . fully solicit your continued: patronage.


YOUR NAME . . . . . . . SAVE ,aT ALL
MADISON LAUNDROMATSetzer's

ADDRESS . . . . . .' . '. . ..STORESCLOSED

:. . . . PHONE . . '. . Shopping Center

Name of Clothing Plant where you have worked: Self Service Open 24 Hours Labor Day

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Complete this form and mail to: I I d+gF22Q5T00.ts Braea

Suwannee Minutes of the Board of THINKING I StaMPS
County Development AuthorityP. I

Public InstructionMADISON ABOUT MOREINSURANCE RIGHTS RESERVED
QUANTITY
O. BOX 662 LIVE OAK, FLA.
PRICES GOOD Thru
Or bring to the Chamber of Commerce in Live Oak Saturday, Sept. 5th.
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August 20, 1959 .
Mrs Emma Carter has returned Mr Lewis B Stewart suffered The Board met in regular ses- I
from spending the summer in Pound sudden illness Monday, and is a sion on the above date with the tA.A1Will
Ridge, N Y, with her daughter patient at the local hospital. following members present: Messrs ax:
Mrs Raymond A Carter, and Bailey, Cherry, and McLeod. Absent -
family. She went to attend the Jane Carter. Miss Carter will at- : Messrs Dugan and Smith. \\OUS\
graduation from High School of tend Mary Washington College at Dr Marshall Hamilton Presidentof
her granddaughter Miss Quincy Fredericksburg, Va., this semester. North Florida Junior College
presented bids for library furnitureto
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the Board as follows: i
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Remington Rand $3,413.05 ,
American Seating Co. 3376.31 Vac Pok 7
!epnuita Dr Hamilton recommended pur- 1 with o f5.Order.' It :
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fiecia nan Limit .
9 chase of Remington Rand furniture J :. Food
,f. since existing furniture in the library ; or
was purchased from Remington ?
T. Reid Lauterbachwill
Rand. A motion was offered by
Mr McLeod, seconded by Mr Bailey,
be with us to award bid to Remington Rand; : moreCRISco'
motion was carried. All other bids /1 .,
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY '
were rejected. The Board acceptedthe ,."$ '. .. .. : i iMd '
bid of Remington Rand whichis >. '," .-'.' I
8 & 9 '
September $36.74 higher, due to the fact .-
i that present furniture on hand was lL /:' .4 .
to present the traveling purchased from Remington Rand in '.. I" < .

an effort to intermember new :'.::.<...; ........ :.:..... .. .1 3 Lb. Can
display of new Fall and furniture with the existing furni- umlt I wiM 5 I
C. E. $5. a
ture.Bids were canvassed for the pur- QUICKHU FOOd, Or nue 9 I
Winter fabrics from chase of books for Suwannee 3-6168 BOX 292 Order. .
Riser Junior College as follows: MADISON. FLORIDA
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Books of Trade Classification, .
KAHN Eaker & Taylor Co. 30% and H R ADAPT-A-PLAN. I
Huntting Co. 36,2%. -
Books of Text Classification,
: < 4 Thli Gulf III agent can tall you
TAILORINGCOMPANY Baker & Taylor Co. 5 to 10%I H how, with Adapt-A-Plan. your b>, :
R Huntting Co. 12%. uronc b adaptable. For a4
Books of Reference Technical and ampl. a family income plan con
Scientific Classification, Baker & also pxoTid substantial retirement HAMS
income Gin bin! a call: >
Taylor Co. 5 to 30%, and H R IDdarI
Huntting Co. 12 to 36 H%.
Mr Bailey offered a motion to Do you have anything especially
tailored
Have suit custom -
your new I award this bid in the amount of planned for Labor Day? No. then
$3,500 to the H R Huntting Com- pack a picnic lunch that afternoonand 5'11
to your own measurements. truly pany as lowest and best bid, sub- drive over to Pinetta, Fla. and SMALL 4S rJ
ject to release of Capital Outlay join in with the fun. The Pinetta Ho\f\ or
funds which have been requested Community Council is having a
fine values : A LARGE SELECTION for Suwannee River Junior College.I Labor Day Celebration at the new WhoteLb..
Motion was seconded by Mr Mc Youth Recreation Building. The
Leod and carried. program will start at 3:00 pm and
Change Order No. 1 as shown be- the picnic will be at 6:00 pm.
PRICED BELOW $7000Delivery low was approved by the Boardon Come and join the fun.x .
motion McLeod, seconded .'
by Mr W-D
now or later as you prefer. II -
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by Mr Bailey, and carried. Miss; Haffyo Hays of Greenville, "BRANDED
DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE: and guest. Sirs Dora Conoley of
SaHaHADDEN&COiuMadison 1. Provide patio and sidewalksas Tampa, spent Fay; here visiting L"rE
per original contract drawings.This Mrs T C )
( item deleted under Alternate"D" McNally.x / K

) Add _..?.._..._.._.._....._ $3,601.00 Mr and Mrs D F Burnett visited
Fla. 2. Provide two teachers cabinet
Mr and Mrs Ferris Bryant and Srloin
units for classrooms and
No. 134 i family in Oca1! the past week.
No. 135 of the Science Building.' -- -- Or Club
-. (These items were omitted from s/ GRIFFIN BISHOP Sec For 89
"W1f 3: m:_ -i # -_:__.. i:-'" .\; --dr _;:-r_ :: _::Y --". j the original contract as these were Owner Date: Au!'u?t 20, 1959. Lb. 1 !
I temporary classrooms to be converted The secretary was instructed to _
I to a laboratory) Add $390.00 forward this Chance Order to the 'J
SPECIAL CLOSEOUTCAST I 3. Change 3/32 inch thickness of Architects Section of the State Department ,
,
j: floor tile to 1/16 inch floor tile. of Education for final
IRONBATHTUBS I j (This thickness of tile was discontinued approval.A 4- .
I as of January this year and motion was offered by Mr L Frown
subsequent to preparation of contract -I I McLeod authorizing the expenditure II Qu'cI
I documents. Deduct $750.00 of Capital Outlay funds for JESSE JEWEL
$14.95 4. Change temporary office spaces,I the purchase of materials and I Gil.DC"S 1
'j; 156 157 and 158 of the Science grading work necessary for pavingan
j ,
Building to a classroom including athletic area on the North fR'liR
ALSO CLOSING OUT LAVA.
revisions in lighting and heating. Florida Junior College site. Motion
TORIES. FLAT RIM SINKS Complete. Deduct S326.CO was seconded by Mr Bailey and
DOUBLE, SINKS. COMMODES, Contract Amount Before this carried. The Board of County Com- '
HAND BASINS, ETC. Change $262,300.00.Contract missioners have agreed to furnish 99 .
Amount After this equipment and labor for the sur- 1
Change Z65,215.00.Changes facing of this area. Box
SOUTHERN SALVAGE COMPANY listed above increasedthe I There being no further business
amount of the contract in the the Board adjourned.
111 S. Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga. amount of 291500. MARCUS W CHERRY, JR,
CHANGE APPROVED: I Chairman.

sE G BALI For Architect ATTEST: .
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WOULD never think that \
I such a fool lived on earth as to .
....
try to go against God. But there
I not only have been such fools, w !
there are such nowadays, and
you and I, dear Reader, may be
I
two of them. Look at the testimony P y
of the Bible; look around you in I S
the church and ;1 ..
the world; look :
into your own i 55J :
heart and I
; you ; y \J,
may be coal ]i
I vinced. 444;
Yes, in the Ik\Y
church and in theI I .
world; for even )
God's own peoplego I
against him, '"..,.".,.'. .'.' i r' 1 r_ r
as fractious chil- Ur- foreman '.;:: ,.: :;.: : ..::;.-.-'; : 4
dren kick and scream when their %' ...,.' s
mother is trying to do them good. \ -' 7 4 ...,.....'-" s
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Consider the cases of Obadiah and :,..rJ. .. >
Jonah. Obadiah is a little 2page"book" f(;:, .,,vw ..::.;:,..: ;
about the sins of ... ..v
mostly """ .<: 0"
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Edomites, who were enemies of Y.: '..," ,. $ .
God's people to start with., Jonahis ... .y
all about the sins of Jonah, one ..' s
of God's prophets. The curious fact >
is that both the Edomites and !..;, L, z 3
Jonah were guilty of the same v
kinds of sins. Both worked against
i God.

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Pride

The Edomites as a nation, at the I ,.
a
time of Obadiah, were a proud 0F
people. They had wealth, they had
power, they occupied a territory
where an invading army had
scarcely a chance. Being proud,
they could not believe that any
evil would ever touch them. They
were immune, serene,, never to be
conquered. They had defied men;
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they were prepared to defy God. i-: .'A .- -
Jonah the prophet also was
proud He was so proud, so sure
he knew what to do and when to do When it comes to sheer Intrigue, I say dandelions are the world's THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
it, that when God told him to go cleverest weeds. ALL FOR THE CHURCHThe
preach to Nineveh, he not only did
.. Church is the factor earth for
greatest on
not go but he paid the fare for a .
long sea voyage in the exactly the building of character and good citizenship.It .
First they hide beneath their yellow blooms, figuring I'll mistake
opposite direction, to Tarshish.The .
is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a
peak and center and symptom of them for flowers.
the sin of pride is this conviction strong Church neither democracy nor civilizationcan
God doesn't know best; I do!" survive. There are four sound reasons why

Yloltnct Then when I have spent most of the summer rooting them out, every person should attend services regularly and

The" prophet Obadiah condemns the last cunning survivors always enlist the help of my own youngstersto support the Church. They are: (1)I For his

violence Edam in the in name war of against God,for their their plant a bumper crop for next year. own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For

"brother Jacob," meaning Israel. the sake of his community and nation. (4) For

We an object loudly to violence in I I the sake of the Church itself which needs his
war when somebody else is doing But there are weeds more serious than dandelions-weeds which
moral and material support. Plan to to
tt Sherman From whose the days names of are Grant not and yet like the tares in Christ's parable are planted by an Enemy. These are church regularly and read your Bible go daily.

revered in the land that sorely felt my real concern when I think about my youngsters. I want no evil to

their violence, to these perilous choke or twist the character of my sons and daughters. Nor do I Day Book Chapter Verses
times when we cant say enough
against the Russian rocketeers want them to spread the spores of evil that will undermine the char- Sunday Matthew 13 24-30
the victims violencedon't like it. acter of others. Monday Exodus 23 1-7
The thing the Japanese did to us Tuesday Isaiah 40 22-27
at Pearl Harbor we did to them, Wednesday Ezekiel 17 5-10
only more so. We didn't like it I believe that God and moral Thursday Joel 1 14-20
meant me to seek truth courage Friday Psalms 73 8-17
when did it they didn't like
they ;
it when we did it. through the teaching, preaching and fellowship His Church provides. Saturday 3 John 1 2-8 I

tions But that it is love not violence.only "godless"God-fear na- Every Sunday I share these blessings with my family.

ing individuals may be found 4-:
shrieking "Kill him!" Jonah the

prophet (to get into next week's Copyright 1959,KeiKef Adv.Service,Straibarf.V..
story a little) was not content I _
with preaching as the Lord com- ..
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wanted to Nineveh S. w"c --
see
He
manded. r
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burn, and was bitterly disappointed II __ .... .
when the fireworks did not go _. : .t;

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"Tea Stood AloofA :::

14 shows careful that study what of Edom Obadiah did 11-to These Religious Messages ::being Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals andEstablishments

Israel was not so much actual at- :

tack, as it was just standing by ..

and the armies doing nothing which did, or the cheering fighting.The on. i . r J . rF .uJT

Edomites were the looters, the
camp-followers of the main enemy. :MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITHHARDWARE WESTERN AUTO STORE
They did comparatively little act- DUNN FURNITURE CO.
ual damage themselves, but they The Rexall Store J. J. Sale, Jr., Owner
were pleased to see it done. MADISON FLA.
Jonah likewise kept himself aloof Phone HU 3-2300, Madison, Fla. Madison Florida Phone HU 3-2385 Madison Fla
from Nineveh and Ninevites. He Phone HU 3-2340

did not encourage their repentance
he did not like it. He evidently
thought the only good Ninevite !

was a dead one, not a repentantone. i
He could not put himself in MESSER !
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their place. He could sympathizewith INSURANCEAGENCY
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coming to you they
"As You Have Done- *
coming to us Phone HU 32255CHERRY'S
God plays no favorites. Going
against him is complete folly, it is
absolute sin. If God had no use for BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. FRALEIGH-ASHLEY
violence, pride and selfish aloofness -
in the time of the prophets, Wiring and Repair-Appliances "
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has he changed today? Is America
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that all our own pride and violencecan
go unnoticed by the Almighty? Madison, Fla
"As you have done, it shall be done
to you" echoes down the ages as
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IIIIIIUWI D m Hi i.IKAl A4.MBCUUMAl AM MMSIBMl CUIU Of MBT AM10A TheAgeOfOil
MADISON. FLORIDA United States. Other mineralsin I II I BURKE EXTERMINATING CO.

Telepnone HU 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. Well, we have to eat, and the state include talc, slate,

Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance so that's where corn or whatis limestone, clay, mica, dolomite,I Q JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist .-
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year produced from corn, comes
soapstone, and garnet.
gypsum
I 111 East Green St.,
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application_ in; and we have to wear some There are more dairy cows in
I Phone 293-J
clothes and have some cover- the state in
proportion to
Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June ,
ing from the weather, so that's I PERRY FLORIDAWe
population, than in other
2S, 1908 under Act of March 8. 1879. any
where cotton comes in; and a state in the Union. Principal exterminate
I : Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT JR. great many people think, crops include hay, oats, corn,. Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc.

AND ASSOCIATES though some, including the potatoes, apples, strawberries, h

writer, do not, that we haveto I
and truck
MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 crops. Leading manu-
Mr and Mrs Daniel S Griffin Jr
I
smoke and/or chew that'swhere
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 so I factured products include tex- and little girl of Philadelphia are I

CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908T. tobacco comes in; but tiles, paper, machine tools, spending two weeks here with Mr Your flattering Frame CAN BEa

one of the greatest eras of all scales and Griffin's father, Mr Dan GriffinSr accessory
C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. received recognition last week balances, window and Mrs Griffin Sr. Hundreds to Choose From

C. MERCHANT\ JR., Managing Editor screens, lathes, maple-sugar TRADE WHERE THEY ARE
when
the hundredth anniversary
MRS. A. W. VANN City Editor one utensils, package dyes, marble- CoolNAVACO MADE
of the world's first
-- working machinery, granite- AWNINGS Twiggs Optical Co.

were two gins in Madison at commercial oil well was cele working .machinery, butter HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. Valdosta, Ga. CH 4-0534
Nearly Seventy Million at Greenville, brated. On August 27, 1959,
the time, one i color, portable ovens, brush
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one at Lee, one at Sirmans, it is estimated that oil wells I fiber, pipe organs, granite and
DollarsWe and think Mr Bill Wimberly the world over produced nine-
we marble products, dairy pro-

were able last week to I ] was running one at his home teen million barrels of crude ducts, rubber goods, wood pro- I zmnrd.t. < f ll I I
petroleum-a tremendous
place. But the Pinetta marketwas cry
give a report on the quantityof ducts, hosiery, and garden
from the ten barrels produced
tobacco sold, and the average -I highly competitive and tools. Next week, Virginia.
August 27, 1859 by the Drake OJ.DTIME MOTORISTS WATCHED
drew considerable cotton from
all the marketsin
price, at FOR MOLES IN THE ROAD
the Georgia-Florida belt this I I outside its own regular area. well at Titusville Pa. It is said xx p MODERN nWTORISTS WATcH You can't disguise the

I I Growers woul from one that a youngster announced the, FOR HOLES IN THE TRAFFIC.
year, and while our :Madison go WELL DRILLINGAND
market poundage was not so I buyer to another and back to great discovery at Titusville I fact that we have

large as that of nearly all the I get them to raise the bid,,! with the cry "ile ile, ile," and LITTLETON REPAIRING WELL DRILLERSR ;:- O JU
( a grand rush ensued. "Almostin fine in the
,' which they would often do, everything
other markets, our average j I 2, Madison, Fla
measured right favor- and as a result the Pinetta a night, Harper's magazine -
price Up .
#"
nl>ly. In average price we were, market was tops. Quite likely,I of that year reported, "a, ,1"1,1",1 i -- Auto Parts line. Remember
Herbert Hart, of Cross ,
I wilderness of derricks City a
too the buyers paid more at sprangup
No. 18 in the list of 28 markets I student at North Florida Junior
exceeding such big mark-/ times for the cotton than they and covered the entire College is a part-time employee at our fast tele-

ets as Statesboro. Vidalia, Tif- could get out on. bottom lands of Oil Creek (at Smith Drug Store, and is residingat
Titusville). Merchants abandoned the home of Mr and Mrs K J
ton, Netter and Claxton. The Reichmann. phone service, too.
their storehouses, farm
I
lICIt as a whole produced nearly -x- I 194
ers dropped their plows, lawyers Mr and Mrs
Corn The J Meek Clark of
seventy million dollars and the Big Crop I I
deserted their offices, and i Jacksonville arrived Tuesday for a I
Madison market alone paid out I visit with her mother, Mrs R V
Right around the corner now preachers left their pulpits.i
almost a million dollars for to- ;I Dial and Mr and Mrs James Con-
j -in fact, it is already coming The entire western part of the way. Mr Clark spent several dayson I
bacco. While tobacco from
,I in-is the big corn crop. For, state went wild with excite-I a business .trip to Tallahassee x-w>
other counties sold in Madison,J '
I Sears cotton and tobacco were; nent." The age of oil had arrived -, .
much Madison tobacco WESTEWFLYER r. AUTO PARTS Inc.
county
Ride
i,' considered the money crops and, At first, and for many a .- ,

also sold at other markets, corn largely a living crop, most-, years, kerosene was the prin-! -'., Auto i Truck and-Farm'Tractor"" ;Parts
and the total return from to-I for' back to school. MACHINE;$HOP SRVlcrI
ly for the stock and some : -
cipal product-a book that we: p Kf\-EY'S't\ MADISONJfA
l acco grown in the county was I : Ph "e HU:3-222:
+I i cornbread and grits, but, with; studied more than fifty years
much greater than the figures! ( I Western Auto Store j LIVE OAK. FLA.,
| the arrival of the tractor, corn.. ago spoke of gasoline as a by-' PH. FO 2-2329; QIITMAN, GA., PH. 4401
.
from the local market record.:
The Madison market 1'| has become more and more a product of petroleum-but in I I __

keeps, money crop and bids fair to be the course of time and with the II
Coining, however, both inI I, I
the of all. Indeed
big -
money crop coming of the automobile, gas-
poundage and in average price it probably is already, oline, sold at first out of a NEXT ISSUE
and the ties between
as so
j certainly if we count the livestock barrel in a hardware store,
many of our growers and the
i that the corn becomes., and then principally for clean-

older markets gradually disappear -i i i We were surprised a while ago,I j iug purposes, became the

the proportion of i 1 in reading on the subject,I, TELEPHONE
up : great product and now takes DIRECTORY
home-grown tobacco sold in
the i i I to find that between 85% and', people and commodities to
home market will tend to in- '
90( of the in
corn produced I whatever destination desired in
I'
crease. the United States is used as
record time. Great is the age
feed for swine, cattle and poul-j of oil! GOING TO PRESS SEPTEMBER 9th.!

I try. More than half of the remainder -
Market Was
one a goes into the produc-

tion of starch and starch I1 First in Maple Sirup

TopsThe derivatives, and other corn i,: Vermont is one of the New New Listings and Changes may be arrangedfor

cotton market continuesto products include alcohol, cornsyrup
England states, with popula-
a
hold good, and the local gin 1 and corn oil. That doesn't I i bon about a tenth that of inclusion in the new issue before this date.

reports 750 bales turned out: I leave very much of the total l'I, Florida and an area about a ,

tp to Monday of this week.!' for that good old cornbreadj i sxth: as large as Florida's. It

The grade is good too, although -I j which some of us take in preference -I the
I I was first state admitted to I PLEASE CALL OR VISIT OUR BUSINESS
the rains of the past' wheatbread, good the Union after the originalr I
few days will hurt somewhat; though the latter is, and for I
thirteen.
It is noted
'i, a year-
unless the cotton is taken care i!I hominy, or grits, the breakfast -': round resort, with swimming, OFFICE IF WE CAN ASSIST YOU.

of properly. An old friend, S,I' stand-by of years past. boating, camping and hiking in

T Corbett of Tallahassee, was 5'The United States produces I the: summer, and skiing, skat-

here one day last week, and we I I more than half of the world'scorn I big, snowshoeing and tobogganing Southeastern

could not help thinking of the. crop, and other leading:;1 in the winter. Two thirds Telephone Co.

cotton industry in connection L curn-growing countries are Argentina -'i, of the state is in forests, and

with his visit, for he was i in' Romania, China, Brazil]1 l lumber is a major industry.
i i( Madison Florida
business in Pinetta during the'' and India. Over in Europe they'. Vermont leads the country in Dial HU[ 3-2211

days when Pinetta was a thriving I I, call corn "maize," but we darea I t the production of maple sirup.

cotton market town. There good Americans
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! Smith-Corona Attention Farmers!
i e e adding

iI I Machines New Idea Corn Snappers to fit any TractorA

iI A typewritersand National Winner Last Year!

I cash registers

NEW 1-row

RACES He 4 N"! IA
HOUSE McWIL- snapper
FOR RENT. C T
W. B. Davis, Jr. LIAMS, Phone HU 3-6275 or NIGHTLYExcept Picks Cleanest. Gets

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: HU 3-6552, Madison. 49-tf-ch Enterprise-Recorder More Down COrD

ACREAGE FARMS WANTED! Sunday I
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL I RAIN OR SHINE 4 new features
RESIDENTIAL
ESTATES First class mechanic to service e SUPPER PARTY COMPLIMENTS K for greater
APPRAISALS Pontiac, Cadillac and Rambler cars. BETROTHED COUPLEW K
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE POST TIME 8:15 P. M. r convenience,
TITLE INSURANCE WARE MOTORSVALDOSTA. incrtastd safety
C Copeland III and his bride ,
West Base Street
112
longer 1 ftKeystone
elect, Miss Frances Stewart were -
MADISON. FLORIDA GA. DAILY DOUBLEFirst
the inspiration for a lovely supper
Phone HU 3-6277
52-2t-ch and Second RacesQUINIELAS party Friday evening given by Mr

HELP WANTED and Mrs Kirby L Reichmann and Wire Fence at the Lowest Price
QUTTMANTELEVISION Mr and Mrs Ed Bland, at the
Reichmann home. Planned
ATTENTION MEN: Serve consumers for a
SERVICE with Rawleigh Products in ON EACH RACE garden party, but due to the rain
supper was served on the porch. A RAMBLER CARS
Madison County. Must have desireto CMC TRUCKS
E Stevens St. menu of chicken Tetrazini, salads
401 earn $100 per week and up. See
Enjoy Our Fabulous and desserts
We Repair C E HOWE, 914 White St., Live was served.
Oak or write Rawleigh's, Dept Mr and Mrs L B Stewart and
RECORDPLAYERSAUTOMOBILE RADIOS FAH-140-216E Memphis, Tenn. TURF CLUB Mr and Mrs W C Copeland Jr Vickers Implement

MAKES OF T-V SETS 48, 50 52, 1, 3, pd were among the sixteen guests.
ALL
Assisting with hospitalities and
AND HOME RADIOS LADIES serving were Miss Ray Norfleet,
Work guaranteed satisfaction Wanted: Miss Nell Norfleet and Herbert
PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE j i FREE ON Hart. CompanyMADISON
OUR WAY OF SAYING 2 Curb Girls THURSDAYSMinutes
Gifts to the honorees from the
1 Waitress
"THANK YOU" hostesses were a clock from Mr
1 Night CookVhite .
FLORIDA
Phone 9481 Quitman Ga. and Mrs Bland and a Bible from
Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers \ Top DriveinWANTED Mr and Mrs Reichmann.
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BROADUS WILLOUGHBY CARD OF THANKS{

REALTOR : Some nice, soft, clean of the Board of( f ATTEND CONFERENCE FOX GO-BOY CARTS
No buttons woolens. THE HOWERTON SUPPLY
Phone office. HU 3-6481 rags. or co.
Phone, residence. HU 3-6481 I ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. County H D Agent Mrs Almon We wish to thank everyone for
MADISON FLORIDA Public!i InstructionMADISON Zipperer and County Agents 0 R ............... their many acts of kindness, expressions -

FOR SALE: One 2-story, good, J. D. ScruggsFORESTER Hamrick Jr and Harvey Paulk attended .1 I of sympathy and the
I old house, two blocks from post- the State County Agents Mr and Mrs Garland Wheeler and beautiful flowers at the death of
\ office. Three baths $2,000 down, COUNTY. FLORIDA I Conference in Gainesville last week. two children, Beth and Eddie, of our beloved one, John II McClamma.
easy terms on $6500 balance. REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. July 31, 1959 Amarillo Texas are here for a Especially do his parents express
One good 3-br house, large lot, HU 3-6186 The Board met in special sessionon Mrs T C Coody, who underwenteye two wec'ks visit. They are visiting their gratitude to all. May God bless

in Lee, Fla., near Cherry's Feed MADISON, FLA. the above date for the purposeof surgery two weeks ago at their aunt, Mrs T F Hay, and Mr each one.
Store. Only 7500. conducting a public hearing on Emory Hospital, Atlanta, arrived and Mrs Graham Wheeler, here: TIlE FAMILY
One new c-b house in Lakeside NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF the 1959-1960 school budgets as home Sunday and is convalescingat Mr and Mrs Joe Hill Smith in
Terrace, $400 down plus closing FICTITIOUS NAME requested by Florida Law. All her home. Her son Albert went Live Oak: Mr and Mrs James Page
costs. 5ls: ':r mortgage on balance. : members were present. to Atlanta to accompany her home. and children in Thomasville, and Francis Broward spent the creek
h-;;;
One 2-br house 2 blocks northof Notice is given that we The meeting was called to order I.t. Comdr. Mary C Coody of the 1IrVheclcr's aunt, Mrs Garland end in Jacksonville.New .
Frank's Cafe. Only 3800. intend to register the name HILL-I I by the chairman, Mr Cherry. Bud- U S Navy who has been with her Wheeler Sr. and his brother, Eugene -
Good house in Yellow Pine. Small CREST FARMS located on R. F. D. gets for North Florida Junior Col- mother in her illness, left Atlantaby Wheeler and Mrs Wheeler in Goodyear All-Weather tube.t -

down payment, good mortgage. 3, Madison, Florida, in compliancewith lege and Suwannee River Junior plane for New York City to Gainesville. I 'PC tire, 6:70 x 15
Several farms and ranches. Section 863.09 Florida Statutes.B. College were adopted as tentatively join her hospital ship.x .
S. WARING, -x-
FOR SALE: New Holland Corn ROSA WARING approved upon motion offeredby Misses $12.95 plus taxand
Pat and Linda Beggs of
condition, $200.L Mr McLeod, seconded b y Mr Mr C I' Kelly and daughter,
Sheller, in good M. HOWELL ARllGJOIL'J'
Mrs Valdosta, en route from a visit
Dugan and carried. The superin- T M Howerton and daughter
F TERRY, Rt 2, Madison, Fla. L. WARING in Mobile, Ala recappable tire
were guests of their
52ltpdPicking tendent was instructed to forward Mary returned last week from
50-4t-ch I these budgets as approved by the Highlands, N C where they spent I aunt, Mrs Ed Bland, Friday. MESSER BATTERY & TIRE CO.

shelling, hauling corn local Board to State School Super- the summer. Mr Howerton and
S E DUVAL, phone Cherry Lake FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm intendent Thomas D Bailey for three.sons, Sandy, Gaines and Colin
8275. 51-6t final approval.A joined them there three weeks ago,
Timber Ranch Loans motion was offered by Mr Du and went on to Washington, D C,
Foil 250-gallon butane gas .
SALE: Long Terms Low InterestSEE gan to authorize immediate con- on a sight-seeing trip to the
,
BILL SANSBURY
tank, $75. struction of a Vocational Agricul- museums and places of national TIMBER !
HU 3-2296. 52-lt-ch THE REPRESENTATIVE AT
ture Shop at the Pinetta Junior interest.
THE MADISON COURT HOUSE
FOR SALE: My two-story home, EVERY TUESDAY 'High School. His motion died for -x-
eight rooms and bath in Green- MORNING. the lack of a second. Tommy Howerton returned Any pine timber for sale, regardless -

ville, Fla., for cash, or will trade LIVE STOCK AUCTION Budget for grades 1-12 for the Thursday from Germany where he of quantity: selective cutting or
for small farm. L L DAY, Box I SELL your cattle and hogs in our 1959-1960 school term was adoptedby spent 18 months with the U S Army. whole tracts. Please call ADEL,
192, Greenville Fla. 1-lt-ch auction each Monday. Sales start at the Board upon motion by Mr Howerton will resume his college GEORGIA, 7161 or 7501, COLLECT
1:00. :MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS McLeod, seconded by Mr Bailey. work in the University of North or writeDELCOOK
BEFORE SELLING your timberor Monticello. Fla 3-tf-ch Votes were as follows: Ayes: Carolina on Sept. 14, after a two
timber land please see me. We Messrs Cherry, Bailey and McLeod; weeks' visit here with his parents, TIBER CO. I
are also interested in buying a For ;your grinding and mix- Nays: Messrs. Smith and Dugan. Mr and Mrs T M Howerton.CONSTRUCTION.

limited amount of pine-hardwood ing on your farm, call WEST Motion was offered by Mr Bailey P. O. Box 499
truck to
pulpwood delivered by and seconded by Mr McLeod to ADEL GEORGIA
R R cars. END MILLING COMPANY,
Foley, Fla., or loaded on include in the budget the construc-
See. write or callL. Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 tion of two elementary classroomsat New and Remodeling

P. GIBSON collect.JOHNW.WADSWORTH. the Madison Elementary School
Rt. 3, Madison, Florida and covered walkways connecting Howerton Supply Co.
8363
Phone: Cherry Lake
Greenville High School Vocational

For PEGGY NEWTON Cosmetics, I Agriculture Department and Gymnasium -
call MAE WILSON, Cherry Lake with state capital outlay ,
8352, or write R 3, Box 136 Registered SurveyorPhone funds. This motion was carried. 44.95-79.95-99.00
Madison. 1-2t-pd The secretary was instructed to
HU 3-2372 forward this budget as approved by
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. MADISON, FLORIDACOMPLIMENTING the Board to SuperintendentThomas

11 T HOLTOX, phone IIU 3-2254. BRIDEELECTThree I D Bailey for final appro- ... ,. .,"t .
52-lt-ch
val.There
being no further business f
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom house, hostesses complimented Miss the! meeting adjourned. > 1,: f f a ,,,.

kitchen equipped (if desired). Frances Stewart, bride-elect ofV MARCUS W CHERRY, JR,

Gray house IK miles west of C Copeland III, with a charming Chairman.
Madison in Hancock Terrace. luncheon Friday at The Pines. Hos- ATTEST: I, e7 ,
tesses were 1IrsV E Stewart, Mrs GRIFFIN BISHOP, Secretary.
Apply across street at Mr, JOHN William E Stewart Jr and Mrs MINUTES BOARD OF PUBLIC

DOVJAK'S house. 51-3t-ch James W NesSmith of Lake City. INSTRUCTION

The rooms where tables were ar- MADISON, FLORIDA 4 {k
FOR RENT: One unfurnished apt. ranged for sixteen guests were August 13, 1959
and garage apt. One furnishedapt. decorated with seasonal flowers The Board met in special sessionon S ",
Close in town. MRS J J NEW- from the Conway gardens. Amongthe the above date with the following -.. r'
MAN, Phone HU 3-2523, Madison, guests were the bridal attendants members present: Messrs Dugan \
Florida 52-tf-ch the mother of the honoree, I Smith, and Cherry. Absent: Messrs
Mrs Lewis Stewart, and the prospective McLeod and Bailey. I 5pc7pc 44.9579.95 k ,L' j,,. tys
FOR RENT: Two bedroom home, bridegroom's mother :Mrs The purpose of the meeting was a
fully furnished, air conditioned, \V C Copeland Jr. A three course to execute deeds to the State Road
menu was served.The Department of Florida for neces-
attic fan, Beautiful furniture, deep
honoree was presented with right-of-way and parking area -
freeze, T-V, all conveniences, sary
available now, $85 per mo. M L china in her pattern from the hos- paving on the North Florida Junior o.

BLAKEMORE, first block house tesses.J College campus.
Mr Ott of the Florida State Road 9pc- 99.00 p
directly behind Twin Oaks Grocery
appeared before the
Madison. Phone HU 52-lt-ch 36309. P Morrow Jr of the U S Board Department and requested the executionof

Marines is at home on a brief deeds for paving.A .
leave of absence, visiting his parents motion was offered by Dugan, A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WILL DELIVER THE
FOR RENT. : Furnished apartment, I{I Mr and Mrs J P Morrow.Radiator seconded by Mr Smith, to execute
for couple only. MRS. S P this deed for the purpose stated DINETTE SUITE OF YOUR CHOICE TO YOUR DOORDOWLING

GRIFFIN, 601 SV Horry St. Cleaning and above.

521tchFOR There being no further businessthe

RENT: 2-bedroom modern General Automotive sMARCUS Board adjourned.W CHERRY, JR,

home, clean, cool, garden and Chairman. FURNITURE CO.

chicken space. East of Madison. Repairs ATTEST:
Turn left at Mintzer's Cabins sGRIFFIN BISHOP, Secretary.

from MRS U F S H 90.COUTURE third house 1004 on left.SW McWILLIAMS GARAGE NAVACO AWNINGS I 128 N. Patterson Valdosta Ga CH 2-1515

HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY ,
16th Ave, Miami 35, Fla. 52-lt-cl h
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'TROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL designating the senatorial districts: resolution recess the Legislatureto J C Turlington of Auburndale weeks ago. He reports his T father
AMENDMENT TO BE VOTED ON and the representation in the house a future date, or may adjournthe was a visitor here this week. He getting along very welL
NOVEMBER 3, 1959 adopted at the 1959 session of the. Legislature sine die.e AVONHas came to see his father V L Tur- -x I
NOTICE OF ELECTION Legislature, and the ne"-'t. apportionment -. ( ) Representation of a newly lington, of Greenville, who was hurtin Mr and Mrs O J McNeil were
WHEREAS, the Legislature of of the Senate shall created county.-A newly created a good territory an automobile accident a few visitors in Atlanta last week.
be at the regular session county shall have one representative open now.
1959 under the
Constitution of I We are preparing for Fall and ----
1885 of the State of Florida did in 1971 and the next apportionment in the House of Representativesuntil Christmas selling. Women
of the House of Repre- the succeeding reapportionment 40
Joint Resolution
a proposing
60
pass to years of age given
sentatives shall be at the regular and until that time it shall special
amendment to the Constitution of
consideration. Act Now
Write
toe State of Florida and the same session in 1961 based upon the i be part of such adjoining senatorial AVON Box 3103 Tallahassee Students! Type on a
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was agreed to by a vote of three 1960 Federal Census; and decennially district as the Legislature shall! Florida.Mr .
fourths of all the members electedto thereafter the Legislature shall I I determine.IN .
each house; that the votes of reapportion its representation in I I TESTIMONY WHEREOF SMriKORONA or
said Joint Resolution was entered accordance herewith. Should it fail I have hereunto set my hand
upon their respective Journals with to do so, its duty shall continue in and affixed the Great Seal Victor C Matheny was a
every session whatever type until (Seal) of the State of Florida at visitor UNDERWOOD
the yeas and nays thereon, and I here last week and was accompanied Portable
they did determine and direct that reapportionment has been effected Tallahassee, the Capital, this | back to Norfolk, Va. by
the said Joint Resolution be sub (d) Failure to reapportion at the 1st day of September, A. : Mrs Matheny where he and his
witted to the electors of the State regular session, and providing for D., 1959. bride will make their home. Ma- Typewriter from TheEnterpriseRecorder
; ct: the Special Election on November extraordinary session to perform R. A. GRAY, I theny, son of Mr and Mrs C C
; 3, 1959. : reapportionment.-Should the legis- Secretary of State Matheny was stationed in Galveston, i
: ;. NOW, THEREFORE I, R. A. lature fail to reapportion the repre- SePt 4, 11- Texas, with the Navy, before his
, GRAY, Secretary of State of the sentation in the Legislature at any Mrs D B Torn, of Jacksonville, transfer to Norfolk.
I State of Florida, do hereby give regular session as required, the was the week end guest of her
I i I notice that aSPECIAL Governor or the Legislature itself brother-in-law and sister, Mr and COLORED FUNERAL (your home town gazette pro-
ELECTIONwill shall call the Legislature into extraordinary Mrs J L Wyche.Radiator -
'on held in each County in session to perform its Billie Wilcox, age 66 died in moting :Madison before Matt

Florida on the first Tuesday after duty within thirty days after ad- Cleaning and 1 Canton, Ohio August 22nd. Sur- Dillon was Marshal in Dodge
the first Monday in November, A. journment. No other business shall vivors are his wife and one sister,
D., 1959 the said Tuesday being the .be transacted during such session Rosa Bailey of Madison. City)
third day of November, for the and the session shall not recess for General Automotive Funeral services were held Sunday -
ratification or rejection of the said more than seventy-two hours, except Aug. 30th, at 2 pm in theMethodist PngEveryTffing
Joint Resolution proposing Amend- that after a period of sixty AME church in Madison.
ment to the Constitution of the days from the date the extraordi- Repairs Interment followed in Valdosta in except bolita tickets and money
session is convened the Gov- Sunset Hill with Clifford
State of Florida, viz: nary cemetery
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. ernor may, by proclamation, or McWILLIAMS\ GARAGE I Stallworth, manager of Beggs
660 the Legislature may, by concurrent colored Funeral Home in charge.
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apportionment; proposing an '
amendment to Article VII, of the ,,"," :
Florida Constitution; providing for (.. ,/ r' : ,
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districts '
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senatorial ; providing p
forty-four : ... '. : .
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Houseof .'
apportioning
plan for N '- --_..... '" ._._Y.N'. __ v:'
Representatives; and providing
plan for filling vacancies created
Hereby; and declaring an emergency.
WHEREAS, the Legislature of
the State of Florida has determinedthat
an emergency requiring an
early decision by the electors of
the state does exist, and,
WHEREAS, an amendment to the
constitution dealing with the sub-
ject matter of reapportionmentshould
be submitted to the votersof
the State of Florida at the
earliest possible time. NOW
THEREFORE,'
Be It Resolved by the Legisla-
ture of the State of Florida:
That the following amendmentof
Article VII of the Constitutionof
the State of Florida relating to
apportionment in the Senate and
House of Representatives be and
the same is hereby agreed to and :
shall} be submitted to the electorsof ;
the State of Florida for approval -
or rejection at a special
called election as provided by '
Article XVII Section 3 of \
the Florida Constitution.That 4i
three-fourths ((34 ) of all
members elected to each house of
the Legislature does determine that
an emergency requiring an early-
decision by the electors of the state
does exist with reference to this
amendment to Article VII of the
Constitution.
Section 1. Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4 nr '
of Article VII are hereby repealedand :.
in lieu thereof the following
sections are hereby adopted:
ARTICLE VII
Section 1. Representation-Apportionment ,

(a) Senate-The- state shall be
apportioned into forty-four (44)
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senatorial districts designated by .
number in consecutive order. Such :
apportionment shall provide fair- a
ness and equity among districts
based upon population geographic
area and economic affinity; provided _

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(1)) There shall be only one I a
senator for each district: ( / .p/
((2)) No district shall be composedof
more than three ((3) counties. 4 I IE ,.
(3) Counties forming a district _
shall not be separated by territoryof
another district and must be
contiguous. i r i j x %

(4) No county shall be dividedin
creating a district. .
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(5) Vacancies that are created by
the reapportionment providing for
forty-four (44) senatorial districtsof
the Senate shall be filled by
the electors in the general elec-
tion in November, 1960. Upon election -
new senators shall be electedin 7Eu.ouw.0
the new districts for the following -
terms:
District 39 for four (4)) years.
District 40 for two ((2)) years.
District 41 for four (4) years.
District 42 for two ((2)) years.
District 43 for four ((4)) )"ears.
District 44 for two (2) years.
Thereafter all Senators shall be

elected for a four year term. 'to.L" ....rarsn.ro RM.IWt.tO +_0,_ nq eeppp_r.r.


as Representatives(b follows)representation House: of shall RepresentativesThe in be the apportioned House -of: KING .SIZE COKE HAS MORE FOR YOU !I


Five ((5)) representatives to and K...... pow 0"
for the most populous county; four
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counties; and one ((1)) repre- ___
sentative to and for each of the KING REGULAR
remaining counties of the state at w
the time of such apportionment.c .
( ) First apportionment-reap- BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY
portionment.-The first apportion-
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MUST HAVE DOVE FISH r you read the Fishermans CalendarCOBLE'S -4
A STATE S HUNTING OtTt{ i I Presoyterian College Students and

HUNTING ,/ PERMITTED thur dates were entertained at a

LICENSE 7 DAILY banquet Tuesday evening, Aug. 25,
FROM 12 FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR ;, in the educational building given

NOON TO FOR THE WEEK SEPTEMBER 6 THRU SEPTEMBER 13 l t y the women of the church. MrsJ
%' 5U N5E T M Gammon. Christian Education -

X-t / Tune for Each Day, '"Tells Whce Fish Bite Best" chairman, was banquet and

program chairman, and was assisted

TWO OPEN DAILYBAG SUN MON TUE I WED THU FRI SAT SUN by Mrs Kirby Reichmann and

SEASONSTHIS LIMIT 6 I 7 I 8 II 9 I 10 I 11 I 12 I 13 the Mr T C Merchant Jr in serving

YEAR ze J.J: 3 K t t ::::> ::::> : delicious menu.
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FIRST !1
OPEN SEASONBEGINS PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM candelabra and sprays of ivy and
green grapes. The stage arrange-

i nient represented th college stud
OCTOBER Blacker Hi* Fish Better the for Fishing
Day I ; ent arriving at College, and getting
OPEN
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THRU JANUARY 6 I Dr Marshall Hamilton addressed

: the group on Bridging the Gaps
NO DOVE HUNTING PERMITTED DURING HOWARD STUDSTiLLLUMBER j Between High School and College
FIRST OPEN SEASON IN HARDEE DESOTO, HIGHLANDS, I
CHARLOTTE GLADES, LEE, HENDRY COLLIER OKEECHOE> and Mrs Paul Touchton spoke; on
ST. JOHNS FLAGLER, VOLUSIA AND BREVARD COUNTIES Pridgmg the Gaps Between Childhood -
AND PUTNAM COUNTY EAST OF THE ST.JOHNS RIVER AND and Adult Faith.
COMPANY
ALLIGATOR POINT IN FRANKLIN COUNTY
The Rev J M Gammon extended

HU 3-6106 greetings and made the introduoj
MADISON, FLORIDA I
j I tions. Mr Julian Gibson gave the

prayer of dedication.

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NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF CHARGED WITH DRIVING fleet, Sissy Wade, John Ed and
Following the wedding the brides Ashle Fraleigh Toni Jean Wells
FICTITIOUS NAME I ,
TOO FAST
Moore-Humphrey
parents entertained with a recept- Notice is hereby given that I, I GOT A Gail Coffee, Philip Ragans, Jimmy

ion in the church annex. Thebrides' intend to register the name, MADI- Cook and Charles Tibbals.
I Johnnie Lee Tatum 23, of Greenville -I .
Candlelight Wedding table placed before a back- SON SUPPLY COMPANY, and the was charged with driving too: SUMMER, COLD Hamilton.Visitors Miss included Alice Mrs Coroliano Marshall and
trade mark MASCO
ground of greenery was overlaid located in fast for condition of the road in
with a lace cloth and centered Madison, Florida at Post Office connection with -' Herbert Hart and sponsors of the
accident I
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Box 668, in compliance with Sec- at TAKE young people, Mr and Mrs Ray
with the three tiered cake richly p. m. Sunday in which the 1957 I Coffee.
Miss Hilda Moore daughter of embossed in white and topped tion 865.09 Florida Statutes. Dodge he was driving. was damagedto f666 for

Mr and Mrs R M Moore and with a miniature bride and groom. ALBERT FIORIAluminum I the extent of $200. symptomaticRELIEF
FOUR
HOSTESSES
Henry Humphrey son of the late White mums nestled in ruffled net ----I I Highway Trooper Peavy. who in- SEATED TEA AT

Mr and Mrs B A Humphrey Sr encircled the cake. Tall white screens and frames: vestigated the accident, which occurred I II
on U S 90 four miles west I
exchanged marriage vows in animpressive tapers in crystal candelabra burnedon cost less than wood. of Madison, said Tatum, who was:j Mrs AV Vann and Mrs Albert The D D Morris home was the

candlelight ceremony either side to complete the HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. I headed east, lost control of his j is Wing and son, George, returned setting Friday afternoon for a
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Saturday evening August at I seated tea complimenting Miss
effect. in
pretty car passing another vehicle on Wednesday from a vacation trip
eight o'clock in the .Lee Methodist Mrs Jr cousin of OOC OOOC=pO0Mrs the wet The Frances Stewart, bride-elect. Hostesses
George Bryce pavement. Dodge was i I to Natchez, Miss, where they visited

church.A I' the bride cut the cake. Punch was Bessie Smith and Mrs Louise ditched, but the driver escaped,,I John Wing, and in New Orleans.I with Mrs Morris were her

rich background of magnolia served from separate tables and Boney and two children of Macon, injury. The other car.as not in-: Mrs Wing and George returned to I' daughter and granddaughter, Mrs
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Coody Billie Jean
palms, native pine and standards feathered fern surrounded the Ga, were guests of the Ed Blands volved. Ocala Thursday.
Coody, and her sister, Miss Delia
of white gladioli and mums last week.
Beth
I punch bowls. Miss Linda Martin.

softened with feathered fern with I Hembree, cousin of the bride and JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (FHTNC) Decorations of gladioli and mums

seven branched lighted candelabra Miss Ermogene Lamb, sister of Sherwin Williams Dozier J Balloon, Jr, commissaryman CONSTRUCTIONNew were predominant in the pink and

formed the setting for the double I the groom poured. Misses Rai first class, USN, completedan white color motif in the rooms.

ring ceremony at the altar. Jean Humphrey, Nancy Almand Paints Air Conditioning correspondencecourse and Remodeling Ices, cakes and nuts further

Family pews were marked with and Barbara Allen assisted with April 7 through the US : Howerton Co. emphasized the colors.
white satin bows. The Rev Zeb Supply The hostesses presented the
Armed Forces Institute at Madison -
serving. Electric Co.
Williams, her pastor performed the Bryan Wis. honoree with a silver and crystal
ceremony.A Greeting guests at the door were
Mrs Robert Searcy and Mrs Marcus : -
program of wedding music was w ..
presented by Mrs Dale Leslie, Cherry.

pianist prior to the service and Mrs Glen Sevor kept the guest

Miss Ann Folsom soloist sang book. IF YOU LIKE MONEYOU'LL
Pine and magnolia with baskets -
Through The Years, Because, and
of gladioli at either end 1 -
the Wedding Prayer.
formed a background for the receiving -
Mrs Stanford Tucker of Jacksonville -

and close friend of the line. J
For a wedding trip to Miami LIKE
bride was matron of honor, and BUYINGIT'S
and other Florida beaches Mrs
Mrs Jackie Floyd also of Jacksonville -
Humphrey changed into a powder
and close friend was brides- BEST-BUY SEASON ON NEW
maid. They wore identical dressesof blue sheath dress with brown and CHEVROLETS RI(GHT NOW AND

white accessories.Her YOU'LL NEVER DC BETTER BY YOUR
red organdie fashioned with low A CHEVY NOW
neckline tight fitting slec.eles3bodice corsage was the orcJrid: from DOLLARS Stop by your Chevrolet dealer'smoil
her bridal bouquet. ,
and full tiered skirts. Huge and see the !eason' wonderful money's

bows of the same material were Acting as floor hostessees were worth. Better make it soon!

.Mrs Ruth Hembree, Mrs Dean. ,
fastened at the back and sash ends i;!. 11
I Brown, Mrs Albert Campbell, MrsV I'jilir!!; =-- "
fell to the hemline. Each carried

cascade bouquets of flesh colored \ 0 Allen Mrs E L Flowers and IF YOU LIKE GETTING YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, YOU'LL UKE CHEVY'S 7 BIG BESTS! surely the mot: wonderfully responsive

carnations tipped with red and Mrs Louis Searcy. engine available today at any price."

tied with matching satin. They Others assisting with the weddingand BEST BRAKES STOP ON A and said that ". in its price class BEST
ROOM I
NO CRAMPED
wore white pumps and their head reception were Mrs Frances DIME AND GIVE YOU MORE Chevy establishes a new high i in daringstyling.
Mercers Mrs Larry Cherry Has ." Chevy's leadership in sales for QUARTERS Let's take the officialh
bandeaus : STOPS PER DOLLAR
pieces were : of plaitedred They're bigger
I Hugh Williams, Mrs R E Adams, all '59 says a lot for its looks too! figures filed wltltoo. the Automobile Manu-
net. With 'e m, Chevy out-stopped facturers Associ ation. They show Chev-
Mrs James Williams, Mrs L LI
B A Humphrey Jr was hisbrothers' I competitors in its field in a NASCAR'from- BEST RIDE. CARRIES YOU AS rolet's front &e.,at hip room up to 5.9
I jMcMullen, Mrs L A Almand, Mrs
conducted test of repeated stops:
best man. Ushers were CAREFULLY AS IT PAMPERS inches wider tl ban; in comparable cars
Waldron Ragans Mrs J H Hod-
Glen Sevor and Raymond Brown, highway speeds. Count on real c(omfort.
YOUR DOLLARS
nett, Mrs B F Blanton, Mrs Ed Motional Jttariatian Slock Car "The smoothest,

cousin of the bride. Lassiter, Mrs Henry Whitney, Mrs Advancement anJ Ketrarcb most quiet softest riding car in its price BEST TRADI E-IN YOU GET
The bride given in marriage by "
class. That's the MOTOR TRENDmagazine
I Ed Smith, Mrs Homer Dallas and way MORE DOL LARS BACK FOREVY
her father wore a traditional describes Chevrolet's
Mrs Fred Wilsky. creamYOUR CH Last for
wedding gown of peau de soie. The smooth ride. It's way more fun to year example,
Those from away who attendedthe Chevrolet used car prices averaged to
scoop neckline was fashioned wltn sample than to read about though. Get up
wedding $128 tha models of
were11" and Mrs higher comparable
out in and what Full Coilsprings
lace a Chevy see
appliques or rose point em-
other makes. Just check the NADA
:George Bryce Jr Chapel Hill N C do.
broidered with seed pearls on the
I Guide Book.
Miss Ermogene Lamb, Atlanta,
barque bodice and the deep inverted e\'at,oral 4sa n bile Dfalm Atariada
Ga; Mr and Mrs C J Jones College BEST ENGINE YOU COULD
pleats of the skirt extendedinto
Park, Ga; Mr and Mrs B A SPEND JARSFUL OF JACK AND BEST ECONO SOCK AWAY

a chapel train. Humphrey and Rai Jean, Valdosta; BEST STYLE. BEAUTY THAT NOT GET A V8 LIKE CHEVY'S YOUR CHEVaj K SAVINGS As sure
Her fourtiered'eil of importedsilk
Mr and Mrs W 0 Allen Richard DOESN'T DEMAND A BIG BANKROLL Talking about our standard as well aa two Chevy 5 Sixes won their class in
illusion was attached to a
and Barbara, Mr and Mrs Earl The experts at POPULAR Corvette V8's, SPORTS CARS ILLU5thi3 year's Mob;il tiara lace outlined with
of pearls Smith Mrs Jackie Flo "d.Irs SCIENCE magazine looked them all over TRATED says, "Indeed this device U ting the best mileage of any full-size carl!
and iridescent sequins. She wore
Stanford Tucker and Miss Sandra
matching elbow length mitts and
McMulIen, Jacksonville Mr and
carried a cascade bouquet of stephanotis -I ;
Mrs R F Moore, Mr and Mrs
& lily of the \aIlecentered 5 mzI
with a white orchid showered with I Dewey North and Judy and Mrs

picoted satin. I T H Burns, Live Oak; Mrs Ruth

'Hembree and Linda Beth Stein-
Mrs ,
Moore wore for the weddinga

sheath dress of light blue lace I hatchee, Mrs Rubye Breare, Mayo;

Bobby Whitty, Manama and Mrs
over taffeta with matching accessories -I
Alice Driggers, Plant City. .
and a corsage of pink ,
Now there' an Impala Sport Sedan one of Chevy't full series o/Impa.ltu/or'59
feathered carnations.Mrs .

Eustace Kelly, sister of the
BIG 17 CU.HOME FT. WIZARD
groom chose a sheath dress of .
See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer-you might as well get the J most!

rose lace with matching accesso- ___huuhUu UU uu___u_h______ __ u__ ______h_u___U____UUh_uu________--U _- _-___________-h_____
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ries and her corsage was of flesh


colored R carnations.Mrs L Moore. grandmother of $259.95Western T: CANTEY MOTOR COMPANY

the bride wore a dress of beige

and brown sheer and a corsage of \ Auto Store

salmon colored carnations. ,112 W. Base St. :Madison Florida HU 3-2293
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A preaching service every Sunday1st Owner. Night Phone 49-W SCHWINN BICYCLES I sa
and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. A preaching Service every Sunday
COMPLETE LINE LAKE CITY, FLA. Franchised Dealer & Service I
and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m.
2nd
morning1st iI
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. I
SUNDAY SCHOOL1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. FLOOR TILESAND f
and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. I I

2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m Sunday School every Sunday.1st tlJ'n NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF I

Midweek Prayer Service 8:00 p. m. and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. u FICTITIOUS NAME '

Family Night covered dish 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. &

supper on Friday night Family Night Covered Dish Supper CABINET TOPS Notice is hereby given that we CINGEK All

before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. 2nd Friday night every month intend to register the name HILL-

Methodist Men's Club meets alter.. promptly at 7:00 p. m. CREST DAIRY BAR located on U. FAVOR AGED

nately with Rocky Springs on Woman's Society of Christian Ser- Howerton Supply Co. Paint CompanyStore S. Highway No. 90, Madison Florida

4th Tuesday each monthat vice meets on Monday night after Front Designingand in compliance with Section 865.09! I 4 YEARS _-r

7:30 p. in.Woman's third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Florida Statutes. I WOODPepsiCola .1.YIN
B. S. WARING,
Society of ChristianSen' Installation
The Methodist Men's Club meets
after I ROSA L. WAKING, i
ce meets Thu day alternately with Cherry Lake on A' __ _' GLASS for EVERY PURPOSE
1st Sunday monthlyat M. HOWELL A lUNG
the 4th Tuesday each month at WARING
JOHN L.
7:30 p. m. SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. 8:00 p. m. M A F 50-4t-ch S.

THOMAS SURLES, Ass't Supt.C. The Official Board meets each 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music OUTLINES CONSERVATION

B. Davis Pastor month following the supper on 7:55 News RESERVE SIGNUP r . . tea Bottling Co.

Family Night 8:00 Baptist Hour New Goodyear All-Weather
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH P. K. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. 8:30 Gospel Music Farmers should bring along the

GREENVILLE FLA. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE Treas.C. 9:00\ Revival Time i. necessary information when they tube-type tire, 6:70 x 15 SUPPORT PRICE FOR 1959
9:30 file a request for a basic Conser- CROP PEANUTS
Gospel Concert
B. DAVIS, PASTOR
Sunday School .._. 10:00 A. M. 10:00 News vation Reserve rate at the County

Morning Worship .._..._ 11:00 A. M. 10:05 Sunday Serenade Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation $12.95 plus tax Final determination of the sup-
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M LEE METHODIST CHURCH 10:45 Prelude to Worship Office, according to John pt.rt price for 1939 crop peanuts ata

Evening Worship ___ 7:30 P. M. 11:00 Morning Worship Cone, Chairman of the County ASC and recappable tire national average level of $193.50
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. :M Preaching Every Sunday.1st 12:00 News Committee. The deadline for requesting pet ton average grade his been
and 3rd Sundays 12:15 Afternoon Melodies that a basic annual rate MESSER BATTERY & TIRE CO.BPB.I announced by the United States

HANSON METHODIST CHURCH --....._ 11:00 a, m. and 7:00 p. m. 12:55 News per acre be established: for land . . Department of Agriculture.This .
Preaching Services every First> 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00: a. m. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies offered under the 1960 program is national average support is

and Third Sunday 11:00 A. M. Sunday School Every 1:30 Afternoon Melodies September 10. FARMERS URGED TO VOTE 75 percent of the August 159

and 7:30 P. M. Sunday ..._..._._....._ 10:00: a. m. 1:40 Serenade In Blue The county office has regular parity price of $=54.00 per ton.
Sunday School every Sunday Methodist Youth Fellowship 155 News forms to be filled out when ---

10:30 A. M. .--..-....-..---.-........__.._._ 6:00 p. m farmers apply for a baic rate. Information Chas F Sims, County Office
2:00 Hour ? Decision
o manager for the Madison County .,
Family Night Saturday before ZEB WILLIAMS, Pastor 2:30 Musical Sunday needed to complete the ASC
Committee has announcedthat
Every second Sunday 4:00 P. M. BOB SEARCY, Sunday School Supt. 2:55 News form includes a description of the v
ballots have been mailed to
REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON. Pastor for which the basic rate is I
3:00 Musical Sunday acreage
PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH all known eligible farmers for use
requested and the production
Preaching every Sunday 3:55 News crop in casting their vote for ASC com-
history of the land. For each field,
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School ._...._ 10:00: A. M. 4:00 Hit Parade mitteemen. Any eligible farmer who
Sunday School ._._.. 10:00 A. M. 4:55 News details will be needed as to the fails to receive a ballot may obtain -
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Morning Worship 11:00 A. :M
: kind of and the yield acre II
Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. 5:00 :Music At Sundown crop per one upon request to the ASC
Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M for 1953: through
the 5-year period
5:30 Headline & Weather
Baptist Training Union 6'30 P. M. county office in :Madison.

Evening Worship ____..__. 7:30 P. M. Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. 5:33 Sign Off 1959. Ballots may be cast by mail or
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting every PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO by delivering to the county office.

Brotherhood last Thursdayof Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS The final date for returning the

each month at ........ 7:30 P. M W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ NAME LAW ballots in either case is September

W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union Daily Program Schedule 8, 1939.
Evelene Kelley Circle Notice is hereby given that the Does your insurance

3rd Thursday ___ 2:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST undersigned, desiring to engage in
V. L. SINGLETARY S. S. Supt. GURR Minister WMAF 1230 ON YOUR DIAL business under the fictitious name I Smith-Corona adding cover theunmortgaged

ALBERT KELLEY. B.T.U. Director WELCOME TO 6:00 A.M. Sign On of Madison Laundromat, in the

REV. LEWIS D. HUGIIEN, Pastor NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. Setzer's Madison Shopping Center i Machines} typewriters part
6:25 World & State News Madison, Florida, intends to regis- ,

WELCOME TO I Come Worship With Us 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour ter the said name with the Clerkof of your home?

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School .._......... 10:00 A. M. 6:45 Rudy Hamrick the Circuit Court of Madison and cash registers.The .

Sunday School .._..._.m_ 10:00 A. M. I Morning Worship '__....' 11:00 A. M. (Mon Wed. FrL) County, Florida. I If your home were destroyed
Morning Worship ..__ 11:00 A. M. : Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 655: World News The REG Corporation 106 East would have

Training Union ..._ 6:30 P. M. Evening Worship .__..... 8:00 P. M. 7:00 State News Jefferson Street, Tallahassee, Flori- today you
Evening Worship ..._ 7:30 P. M Mid-week Prayer Sen-ice 8:00 P. M. 7:05 Coffee With Ray da. enough insurance to cover

Prayer Meeting ........_ 7:30 P. M Brotherhood 4th Friday 8:00 P. M. 7:45 World News By: Edwin S. Fleet, Second Vice Enterprise-Recorder your investment? Make sure

Church Business Meeting First Jack Pickles ..._........._. S. S. Supt. 7:50( State News President. 52-4t-ch the unmortgaged part of
Wednesday night of each month Sim Andrews .... B. T. U. Director 7:55 Weather News I your home..the part you've
Kaiserslautern
Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second REV. M. J. FOWLER, Pastor 8:00 Offee with Ray I Army Pvt Wordlaw, Germany Moore tAHTCl, 21 Rt.) already paid for is fully
Thursday night of each month. 9:00 Morning Devotions
CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 1, Greenville, Fla., recently arrivedin protected.Call us for a prop-
Preaching Service Every Sunday 9:15 Musical Interlude NEED YOUR WATCH REPAIRED?
Germany and is insurance checkup.
Come Worship With Us. CHURCH 9:30 Music Unlimited now an aircraft erty
SEE KELLY WATCHMAKERAll maintenance specialist with the
REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor 10:00 News
Preaching Services every Sunday i 10:05 Music Unlimited Repair Work Guaranteed I Seventh U S Army Aerial Reconnaissance Morrow Insurance

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Service 11:00: A. M. 10:30 Music Unlimited GOOD USED WATCHESNew Support Company in

REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 11:00 Music Unlimited watches and bands fur that I Kaiserslautern.
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Services every Sunday. Sunday School every Sunday at 11:15 Public Service appreciated gift. I AgencyPhone

Sunday School _.........__... 10:00 a. m. '10:00 A. M. 11:30 Record Session KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP BIG 17 CU. FT. 'WIZARD
Morning Worship ___ 11:00 a. m. BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. 12:00 World News HU 3-6250

Training Union ......_.__? 7:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday. 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes MADISON
EeningVorship __... 8:00 p. m. at 8:00 P. M.Brotherhood. '12:30 Talk Of The Town HOME FREEZER MADISON, FLORIDA

Prayer Meeting Wed. __ 7:30 p. m. first Thursday every 12:40 Uncle Ned 1di I BOne

month at 7:30 P. M. 12:45 State News $259.95Western Representing .

L. D. S. SERVICE EveryboliyVelcome.. 12:50 Farm News Hartford FireInsurance
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF REV. J. R. COLLINS Pastor. 12:55Veather News When buying your Company t 0
1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade Auto StoreI Croup a
LATTER DAY SAINTS MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST

701 South Range 1:55 News E-R from I .

Sunday School ..._m_..- 10:00: a. m. Bible Study ___ 10:00 A. M. 2:00 Gospel Time Newsboys 1 . . . . . . .
2:30 Public
Sacrament Meeting ....._.. 11:00 a m. Lord's Supper and Service Please DO NOT park in the
2:45? Afternoon Melodies
Relief Society! and friesthood Time Edification ,...,-_ 11:00 A. M. 255 World & State News street and make your newsboy run : Great Team :

and place as announced at Sacra- Bible Study ____ 7:00: P. M. 3:00 Afternoon Melodies out into the street to make a ssJe. .
Preaching _.._ 7:30 P. M. rI
ment ALL Meeting SERVICES AT AMERICAN,' Ladies' Class Thursdays 3:45 4:00 ,News Public Service Kindly Our newsboys pull over to have the instructionsto curb. I: Amoco \White Gas & Super Permalube OilAMOCO :

LEGION HALLE NEW HOPEFUL&nsSlON'ARY 4:05 Request Parade STAY OUT of the streets, and
R. CARRYL, Branch Pres. I' we will appreciate your co- perat-
BAPTIST CHURCH 4:55Vorld & State News P. .
RIDGE ROAD CHERRY LAKE ing with us AND THEM for E
5:00 I
I Services every tirst and third Request Parade .
THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very
Sundays at 11 and 8:00 5:45 Sports Highlights
MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST a. m., p. m .
much. ,
CHURCH Sunday School every Sunday 10:00a. 6:00 World News ,,: .
m.Training 6:15 Twilight Tunes a
P.EV. JACK LAMB Pastor
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6. R. Sapp __ Chairman Board of Union every Sunday 7:00p. 6:55 News GOODYEAR TIRESJIM'S M .1" -! .
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7:00 .
Deacons. m. Sign Off t .
REV. W. T. RYCROFT Pastor PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO BAY STATION .
Billy Bailey..?... BTU Director r -- .
CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Leroy Cruse ....... Associate Director EEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH U. S. 90 EAST MADISON 4 J 1I: 0
Welcomes You
Leroy Cruse ....... S. S. Supt ._. .
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Miss Merle Bass .......... Song Leader Services Every Sunday WAKE ui'RARIN' I
REV CARL V. IVEY Pastor II
Mrs Juanita Cruse ..?...... Pianist Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. I

Sunday School........ 10:00 A. M Morning Worship _... 11:00 A. M. TO GO i, Georgia MEDDERS

Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. Choir Practice ..._....... 6:00 P. M. Without Nagging Backache
Training Union .... 7:00 P. M. Training Union __._ 6:30 P. M. need Now from I You nagging can ret backache the fast relief headache you PLATE GLASS# d

Evening WVorshi p..8:00P. M. Evening Worship .---....---. 7:30 P. M. and muscular aches and pain that often .
Prayer Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P. M. cause restless night and miserable tired- Company / %
Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30 P. ?f. out feeling When these discomforts ,
come on with over-exertion or stress and GLASS : STATIONOwner :
Just as I am without one plea.I SEV 'rn-DAY ADVENTIST strain-yon want relief-want it fast '
CHURCH Another disturbance may be mild bladder GLASS BLOCK
come Regardless of your clothes irritation following wrong food and .
condition. Whether cotton. Home- Services every Saturday at Madison comfortable drink-often setting up a restless 1m- __ MIRRORS *
feeling.
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spun. You are welcome in our American Legion Hall. oan'. Pills work fast in 3 separate ARNIEMEDDERS :
Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. wars: 1. by speedy' pain-rehering action ,
church service. to ease torment of nagging backache 215 W. Savannah Ave. .
Church Service at 3 p. m. headaches, muscular ache and pains. f
E WILLIS., S S Supt !. by soothing effect on bladder irrita- Phone: CHERRY 25285. New Greater<< No-lead AMOCO Gas Tires Batteries & Accessories i
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD tion.. J. by mild diuretic action tending Valdosta Georgia
HAROLD YATES Pastor Telephone to increase output of the 15 mile of LUBRICATION WASHING & POLISHING
HU 3-6517. kidney tubes.
Enjoy good night's sleep and the 0
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
E'eryoneVelcome! .....happy relief millions hare for over FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRATTON CORNER BASE &SHELBY STS. -
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. W years. New. large site save money. .
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. FREE-Touch-typing course with Get Doan's Pins today I MOTORS PHONE HU 3-9419

Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P. M. every SMITH-CORONA portable DOAN'S PILLS 10 per cent Down Payment .

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