The Madison enterprise-recorder
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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 11, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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LIX No. 2 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1959 Madison, Florida Price ]lOc Yearly Subscription $3.75 ; Delayed Renewals 4.0G

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New Building & TowerSouthern EquipmentAt Funeral services for Mrs Bessie Admissions: John T Hicks, Miss HomecomingRevivalSunday
Mae Burnett, widow of the late J Martha Sept. 13th is Homecoming -
Mr and Mrs Clark Brannan and Bell, Julius Lassiter, JamesL
J Burnett, were held at 2 p. m. Brinson Day for the Harmony Baptist -
Bell disclosed today thatit the regular Friday meeting of Tuesday in Corinth Missionary Bap- son Ronald and :Miss Patricia Mrs Reba ,Williams Lillie, Mrs Mae Jorene Bass B, Church with dinner served at

has awarded a contract for construction the Madison Junior Chamber of tist church in Hamilton County,, Tabb of Jacksoonville were guests Coody, Dale Waters, L W Thur- the noon hour.A .

of a new repeater build- Commerce, the members voted to the Rev J R Collins of Cherry of Mr and Mrs C C Brannan. man, Mrs Mary Brinson, Mrs Mar- revival will begin Sunday,

ing together with a tower founda- donate the track equipment, which Lake officiating. Interment was They spent the evening and had garet Gibbs, Mrs Jo Ann Green, Sept. 13th and continue through
tion at Madison. : was awarded to the Jaycees by the in Corinth cemetery with the T J supper at Suwannee River Park. Mrs Grace Rutherford, Mrs Betty Sept. 20th. Rev Lee Hamlin of

The new construction begins a Wheaties Corporation on behalf of Beggs Jr Funeral Home in charge. Mr and Mrs Oscar Jones of Hart, Mrs Nellie Bass, Francis Philadelphia will be the evangelist.

$3.052,300 improvement and expan- Ran ell Rowe, Jr, to the Madison Mrs Burnett died Sunday in a Little Rock Ark came down last Williams, Mrs Princess Riggs. Services every night at 8 o'clock.

sion program to provide additional Elementary School. This track Winter Haven hospital after a brief Discharged: Bullock Gaskin, Julius Everybody is cordially invited
week for a few days visit with
long distance facilities throughoutnorth equipment consists of high jump illness. She was born in Live Oak, Lasseter, R S Smiley, LV Thur- REV. JIMMY HARDWICK, Pastor
Florida. Of this amount, standards, pole vault standards 24 daughter of the late Mr and Mrs his mother, Mrs Pearl Jones. man, Mrs Jo Ann Green, Mrs Ada l-2t-ch

52.910.300 will be required for hurdles, an iron shot-put, an aluminum Oren Harrell. She was a memberof Mrs Clyde Sutton spent the holi- Tully, Mrs Sylvia Faircloth, Dale

construction in Florida and $142,000in II discus, 2 alloy pole vaults, 4 the Dundee Baptist Temple. days with her children in Jackson- Waters Mrs Reba Williams Mrs Gives Football Team

Georgia.Mr pair of starting blocks, 8 cross bars, Survivors are five daughters Mrs ville. She accompained her little Margaret Gibbs and baby, Mrs

R II Coleman, Gainesville I and one toe board. It was decidedto Fay Shiver of Homestead, Mrs grand son, Bruce home, he had Christine Lawson and Mrs Nellie

District Manager for SouthernBell give two balls and two bats to Christine Weise of St. Petersburg, been visiting with his grandmother. Bass. RundownCoach

said plans call for work to the softball team, and one basket- Mrs Kathleen Wheeler of Atlanta I Mr Benny Wb.itty of Gainesvilleis BABY GIBBS
begin on the new building early ball to the Madison Town Basket Mrs Gladys Turman of Largo, and Mr and Mrs Jimmy Gibbs an-
this fall. It will house new equip- ball Team. One soccer ball and two Mrs Sible Hearn of Kansas City, spending his vacation here with nounce the birth of a baby girl, Dick Brown of the Madison
ment together with a microwave footballs were given to the Lee Mo; four sons, C E Burnett Dun- I his parents, Mr and Mrs J B Sept. 4. The .baby weighed 9 lbs. High School gave a rundownon

tower when completed. This projectis School. dee, Calvin; Burnett Homestead Whitty.: BABY GREEN the school's football team at the

part of the program establishinga Richard Brockman reported that Oren Burnett of Miami, and Doil Mrs Annabell Ragans had as her Born to Mr and Mrs Charles Lions' Club meeting Tuesday. He

Jacksonville-Gainesville-Thomas- last Thursday the Jaycees began Burnett of Madison; three sisters, recent guest, Mrs Florence Rains Edward Green of Jennings, Fla., reported 59 members of the squad

ville, Georgia radio relay system the annual repair of the children's four brothers, 21 grandchildren and of Jacksonville.Mr on Sept. 6th a baby girl weighing I and said they showed the best attitude .1

and is expected to be completed playground located in North Madi- four great-grandchildren. and Mrs J C Martin had as 8 lbs and 2 ozs.COODY. of the teams he had coached '
during the early summer of 160. son, and that there would be an- TWINS I here, though not the greatest speedor
guests during the holidays Mr and
Mr Coleman stated that the other work party next Thursdayfrom WEEKEND HOUSE PARTYMr Born to Mr and Mrs W J Coodyon size.
microwave route Is planned to meet 1:30 to 5 p. m. at the play- Mrs Frank Bell of Orlando, Mr Sept 7 a baby boy and a baby The team's schedule this year is
future needs of long ground. and Mrs J B Golden of Lake City, as follows: '
the growing and Mrs W C Copeland Jr girl. The baby boy weighed 7 lbs
distance services in the north Florida I There will be a party for Jay entertained their house guests here Mrs Grady Golden and daughtersof and 14% ozs, and the baby girl's Sept 17, Santa Fe, there.
and Georgia areas. The building cees and all new members Sep ember bur the Copeland-Stewart wedding Live Oak, and Mr and Mrs weight was 6 Ibs and. 10*z ozs. Sept 25 P K Yonge, here. rOM *

.. site at Madison will t2Je cleared and 12 at the Madison Restaurant. Friday night at a week end fishing Don White of Jacksonville.Mr COLORED PATIENTS: 2, Open. .. *:

construction started as soon as Young men between the ages of 21 and outing at the Home's Campat and Mrs Caulley Copelandand Admissions: Rosa Wilson, Leroy Oct 9, Perry there.

materials can be assembled. and 35 are urged and invited to Nutall Rise. Their guests includedMr son Clifton of Cross City Gibbon, Tommy Jonas/ Junius Oct 16, Greenville, there.:

join the Jaycees, and to do so in and Mrs W W Crowdus II of Mitchell, Bobby Jean Montino, Betty Oct 23, Florida High, there.
came to spend the holidays with
time for the big party on Sept. 12. St. Louis, Mo; Mr and Mrs Claude Jean McQuay, Ashley McQuay, Oct 30, Lowndes County High of
Concord Baptist ChurchA The Jaycees are working to or- Johnson Jr, Dalhart, Texas; Mr and Mr and airs R Rowe. Johnny Miller.Discharged Valdosta, here

ganize a Radio Day on September Mrs R M (Red) Parham of Jack- Mr and Mrs A E Ragansisited : Rosa Wilson and Nov 6, Live Oak, here.

24, and members are now in the sonville and Mr and Mrs W A their brother and sister-in-law in baby girl. Leroy Gibson, Tommy Nov 13. Monticello, here. .

revival will begin Sept. 20th process of accepting advertisementsfor Sanford of New York City. Lakeland Ga Labor day, also their Jonas, William McCain, Shermon Nov 20, Open.

and continue through Sept. 27th. that day's WMAF radio sche- mother, and sisters in AdeL Talton, Martha McDaniel, Betty Jo Nov 25, Central High of Thom-

Morning Services 11:00 o'clock. dule. SONJA KAY BLAIR Mr G L Brown went to Capps McQuay Bobby Jean Montino, asville, here.COMPLETES. .

Night Services 7:30 o'clock. Sunday for a few days visit with Ashley McQuay.
Pastor, Rev Virgil Lovett, doing Born to Rose Wilson, Sept. 1st, at I PLANNING COURSE
Trooper and Mrs Wilson N Blair Mr and Mrs Dick Williams.Mr .
the preaching. Special music most City Ups Utility Tax baby girl weighing 7 lbs and 74
Jr. of High Springs are announc- and MrsV S McCullough
evenings by singers from Cairo, Ga.
ing the birth of a baoy girl, Sonja & Mr & Mrs Eston McCulloughand ozs.Born Fort Eustis, Va. (AHTNO
22tchMr to Bobby Jean Montino, 2d LtV J Jr
1st in Army Spradley ,
Kay born Tuesday, Sept.
Utility companies here, electric children of Jacksonville were
Sept. 4, a baby girl.
Alachua General Hospital.The whose lives on Route 3,
and Mrs John Studt, of St. bottled gas. water telephone, have baby's grandparents are Mr guests for the weekend of Mrs Born to Betty Jean McQuay, Greenville Flacompleted the air

Louis, who were guests here of been notified by the City of Madi- and Mrs Wilson N Blair Sr and John Mercer and other relatives. Sept. 4 a baby boy. transportability planning course
Mr and Mrs W C Copeland Jr, for son that, effective Sept. 14th, the
Mr and Mrs Allen L Kinard. Mrs The Rev McMullen has Aug. 28 at The TransportationSchool
city utility tax will be 10% of thecustomer's
the Copeland-Stewart wedding are Blair is the former Betty Ann accepted the Mayo Methodist Fort Eustis, Va.
tour of Florida and wiil bill up to a maximum of I Buys GroceryCarl
On a return for Lieutenant Spradley received
Kinard. the rest of the year,
home via New Orleans.x $5 instead of up to $1 as hereto-
training in cargo and troop loading -
fore. Ordinance this effect since the Rev W J Bennett continues -
-x- to was Bevis has bought John operations in order to serve asa
passed Aug. 14th. The Ashley home on Range and ill. The Mayo church is
B Ware, of Branford, was a Henry Plant's grocery on South unit instructor in air transportation
This means, for instance, that if Hayne streets is being extensively I having the parsonage repainted
visitor here Monday night, and Duval street and is now in chargeof ,
remodeled, to being occupied '
attended the monthly supper meetingof a customer's utility bill is, say 50 preparatory and Mrs Gordon and new furniture put in, and it same.
or more, he will pay $5 utility tax by Mr will be next week before
the 40 et 8 held at the Chuck instead of a former $1 tax. i Ashley and children. Mr and :Mrs probaly Mrs Charles Bingham and son
Wagon. Wardlaw Brinson and children, they move in. Mr and Mrs Frank Bell of Or- Fraser of Mobile Ala., were guestsfor

-*_ who had been living in the Ashley Mr and Mrs Clifford Ragans I lando were visitors in Lee and several days this week of her
Mr and Mrs Milton Kogge of Mr and Mrs Willard Davis and home, have moved to the Newman have returned to their home in Greenville over the week end. mother, Mrs R L Millinor. .
Jacksonville spent the Labor Day children, Linda. Clinton and Frank r-
and Sumter Cocoa from visit here with Mr
house on Range a
holidays as guests of Dr F L Bush were dinner guests of Mrs Bell at
and his mother at Pinetta. > Lee Sunday. streets, formerly occupied by Mr and Mrs Waldron Ragans and The Luckless Legion by Irwin Caplaa

and Mrs W E Malone, who hare family.

sale at the same class as it entered moved to Baldwin.

1 the loan but oftentimes it has -z- 1
r hanged in color through oxidation Mrs J G Ashley joined Mr and REHEARSAL DINNER
and other natural causes Mrs A G Paul Jr of Lake City

o/- the merchant buys it on description for a week end trip to. Daytona '/ -
and then discovers it isn't the same Beach.

r grade it was advertised by the government -x- The private dining room in

L9 o&, he asks the govern- Mr and Mrs Colon Bell and Madison Hotel Restaurant was the
ment classers to re-examine the
daughter Miss Bonnie and a friend
this reclass setting for a banquet Saturday '",
cotton he pays for
were visitors of Mr and Mrs W E
the rehearsal of
the government chasers check evening preceding 4
the cotton again and if the grade I Davis and family Tuesday night. the Bumam-Jones wedding, a re- ,

has changed the Government pays cent event taking place in the

4'oootuA's the merchant's claim for the deficient THEVEATHER\/ Burnham Christian Church in
quality this is only fair
Jennings, Fla Saturday, August 30.
no one can expect to describe
Some misleading statements Em article as being one thing, sellit I Mrs Jewel Jones, mother of the

about: both cotton producers and without the buyer being allowedto Week ending September 8th, 1959 bride-groom was the hostess to the -,

merchants need to be cleared up look at it, and then not makean Max. Min charming party given for forty

first, some very important facts adjustment if the article isn'tas Wednesday 91 72 JU'I guests including her son, William
have been ignored: For instance Thursday 93 71
the public has often been informed described.Not Facts Friday 94 73 .00 I Lee Jones and his bride-elect, Mrs .

of the amount of money the farmer I Charges that the reclassed cot- Saturday 92 71 .00 Vernigene Burnam. The bride- 0 r

receives from the loan but not ton is sold by the merchant at the Sunday 90 72 .72 elect's parents, Mr and Mrs Harlon

informed of the amount he repays original class just aren't so ex- Monday 93 73 .05 I Burnam, the wedding attendants -

with interest!! all this is cept in a few isolated cases where Tuesday 94 73 .71 relatives and close friends madeup .
known why isn't it pointedout the reclass doesn't agree with trade
?11 could be it's just poli- ideas this can happen because TOTAL 1.75 the guest list.

tics especially when the accusation cotton classing isn't an exact science Rainfall week ending Sept. 5th White carnations' and chrysanthemums TM 1'rvnhnSofiy S.rrra I
is made by a gentleman who and some times it's a matter were used, as table decorations -
the merchant at Gibson Tower 0.90 in/ Lovett
if trys
comes' from a state that headquarters of opinion
and in the arrangementsin
in Aucilla Tower 1.60
one of the nation's largest to sell cotton above its class, he Tower 3.90 !
manufacturers of synthetics suddenly finds himself in hot water in, Sinclair Tower 3.00 in, Mill the room. Heart shaped place 4 '

and has no cotton farmers.. also,! with his customers who demand he Creek Tower 140 in, Madison I' cards marked the places at the .

there should be an understanding make good and he does forestry headquarters 1.00 in. table. A three course menu was ,
abort the right of & cotton merchant he doesn't have any choice about it. Sun rises Sept 11th 6:17 am served. i
ttrhave cotton reclassed Coeta Cat sets 6:45 pm.Moon I Mr and Mrs Otis Peavy and ; -rM GJAJJ Irls rzy A JIJ/JWOVr' .JD "A 'SECQN Z
here's how it works cotton is A new machine that can eat cotton sets Sept 11th 12:51 am. -. : l GGY-MM'0 8 rEN T1IE S'OUI aR/ER. ..
In half has been Mrs Norman Riggs were local
put into the Iou at a certain class eardiig waste Moon in constellation of Sagit- + ....
eoold the tex Mr Jones the honoree, is : w
chasers announced save guests. i .
determined by government tarius Sept. 11th. Speed eauwd mort than o third of ftt dghi oad Injuritt ,Yia
eTUXtoallju tile folks millions of dollars a year a great nephew of Mrs Robert
the government High tide Sept 11th at St. Marks
t&bt our sad.pats tt.op_ for and to_quite boost_ to cotton. light 9:56 pm. Banting. 14i .





1954 Olds 88 4 dr. Smokey Says: /




o. Corner Base & Washington

W E Lasseter and wife to Da- wacaut Madison Florida
.. vid T Thigpen, West 22 feet of

East half of Lot 11, Inglis. Addn, invites in
SUMMERCLEARANCE .:'..- Town of Madison. you to come

E L Alexander to Arlene Alexander

3.67 acres in NW& of NE%, today for those famous

Sec 5, Tp 2N, R 10 E.
.; : : It doetn't hurt anyone to 6e
Moultrie Insurance Agency to thought/nil Pure Oil Products
Joseph A Crecente and wife, 125

acres in Cherry Lake Farms Pro-

SPECIALS ject Lots 14 of Units 11 and 12. Lake BERYLE R. SCARBOROOPERATOR

Walter Pasco Jarvis and wife to Cherry News

John L Martin and wife, one

acre in Lot 174 Cherry Lake -

Farms Project S/D No 6. Mr and Mrs D W Barnes Jr and
John L Martin and wife to D W Welcome Students!
son Daniel Lee of Jacksonville,
Surles and wife, the immediately
I.Q. Arkansas are visiting Mr Barnes'
above-described property.C .
parents, Mr and Mrs D W Barnes,
M Plant and wife to J P
at their Cherry Lake home. Theyare
Johnson and wife. Lots 3,4,5,6.
in life insurance means Investment Quotient-what you also visiting his uncle and
7. and 8, Blk L Plant's Addn to
get for what you pay in premiums. Our Company leads all Town of Madison. aunt, Mr and Mrs L Skelton DAVIS SERVICE STATION
Mr and Mrs Walt Roberts and
others in I. Q. Constance C Hardee to Bill M
children Eugene. Patricia and
Hendry and wife, Lot 1, Hardee's Walt
Jr. spent last week vacation-
ROBERT A. CRAWFORD Addn Town of Madison. Welcomes AH
Northwestern ing at White Springs Palatka and
LARRY PINSONP. Gentry Johnson and wife to RoyM Jacksonville Beach.
Smith and wife 134 ft 75 ft
O. BOX 307 Mutual x Mr and Mrs George Burnett Jr SCHOOL CHILDREN
HU 3-6424 and children, Suzanne and Bubba
spent last week end at Milledge-
John Harold Barnes and wife to ville, Ga visiting Dr" and Mrs J A Back to School
Robert Kendall Fielder and wife,
Johnson and family and Mr C E
certain lands in Cherry Lake Farms Groom.
David Wynn, son of Mr and MrsJ
Smokey Says: Project. Mr and Mrs Pat Black of Barn- APPRECIATE YOUR DRIVING TO
L Wynn, entered Lively Technical
Lamar DeLoach and wife to well S C visited Rev and Mrs J R
school in Tallahassee Tuesday cetssuciuS5AY:wM Ronald DeLoach, quite claim deedto
Collins this week enroute to Day-
where he will complete high school. WHO MIKE URELESSFlREBURN HOLE N Lot No 1 and part of SEAS of tona Beach. DAVIS SERVICE STATIONFOR

owN RXKtT; 1'r Sec 34, Tp 3 N. R 10 E total of Mrs R L Prine and son Rip

Met's Soprano 80 acres. have returned from a month's va- YOUR AUTOMOBILE NEEDS
Drew Talmadge Merritt & wife to cation trip spent with her daughter. -

Performs J T Tippett. and N N Tippett, Miss Mary Ned Prine, in New One Stop Service Station Shell ProductsWe
at NW% of SW%, Sec 18, Tp 1 N, York. Enroute MrsPrine- visited
& R10E. pick up and deliver
Knoxvil1e. One of the
her father at
Arab FestivalThe Lucile M Brown and husband to '
John R Collins undivided interestin highlights of the trip was a week PHONE HU 3-6601, MADISON, FLORIDAMr
end entertainment by Miss
five-week international 70 acres in Sec 17, Tp 2 N,
'Festival at Baalbeck Lebanongot Cron at West Point N Y.
R 9 E and in Lot 14, Blk 4, J L
will conduct
off to a spectacular start Mrs R L Prine a
'July 25 with three performances'at t' ,i r kKd 4 and W L Tooke S/D, City of TV-telephone program in Madison

the Temple of Bacchus by Madison and in Lot 1, Blk b, Taylor Jefferson and Lafayette and Mrs Waring Wyche. Mr I

!the Italian "I Musici" chamber Everyone loses when forests Tooke S/D City of Madison. counties for several months. and Mrs Gordon Ashley and Mr 1957 Ford 6 cyl 2 dr
(group. The famed group is and Mrs Wardlaw Brinson attendedthe
scheduled to perform again later burnt Wynemia E Fleming Siplin and Rev J R Collins of Cherry Lakeis marriage. in Gainesville Satur-
R & H
in August as accompanists of husband to John R Collins an undivided the speaker at Lee Baptist day, Aug 29th. of Miss Catherine $1095.00.HARDEE .
.the Met's Rosalind Elias. I I interest in the immediatelyabove 7 thru I
I Church revival Sept Friday. Brownlee to Mr Michael Smeltzerof
Scheduled for two performances CIRCLE MEETING I
described lands. Abingdon Va. Others going toj MOTOR CO.The
All invited. i
Aug. 8 and 9, is the New .
iYork Philharmonic Orchestra Circle No. 1 of the Presbyterian W M Blanton and wife to Mrs H Newell is recovering from the ceremony included Mrs Ikey

under the baton of Dimitri Mi' Women met Monday with Mrs B Henry Hall Battle and wife EVa surgery at the Quitman hospital. Bevan of Tallahassee and Mrs
Wilna Phillips Circle willmeet
Iropoulos. M Williams at her home with five of_NWtt, Sec 15, Tp 1 S. R 7 E. Cherry Lake School P T A will Wardlaw Brinson Sr and Judge
at 4 p. m. Monday with Mrs
and Mrs Mahlon Clinkscales of
_" members present. Her granddaughter 80 acres. meet Thursday Sept 17, at 8 p nu Barbara Barfield. .. .
Commerce, Ga. The bride is the 1
Patty Reeves was a visitor. Mrs Ode Stewart and husbandto Mrs Mary McLeod, of Monticello.
daughter of Mr and Mrs Milton
!: Mrs W T Hollingsworth the Jr of Mrs Sheldon Brinsonof
gave Bertram Douglas Yarbrough nutritional consultant for the Brownlee of Gainesville and grand- daughter
program on Christian Educationand and wife certain land in NW i. State Health Dept will present the Bainbridge.age .

Mrs Ruth Millinor gave the of SE>4, Sec 16. Tp 1 N. R 8 E program.
devotional. The hostess served
and to furnish water and Shaw has an-
grantees Principal George
t punch, cookies-and-potato chips. water lines to grantors. nounced that school opened withan Welcome Students and Faculty to

QUIZ ON ROTARY Hiers of George W Kelly deceased enrollment of 84 pupils. Others

to William J Studstill and ..on the faculty are Mrs Denson,

L Carl S Bevis conducted the pro- wife a.ndV H Dukes and wife. Mrs R R Dugan and tills Eva

gram at the Rotary Club Wednesday SE 4 of SE',;*. Sec 24Tp 1 S, Smith. Mrs Cora McLeod of Pinetta -

in the form of an open discussion R 8 E. 40 acres. is in charge of the lunchroom.

and quiz on Rotary. Mem- W H Harris and wife to Ada BABY FRANKLINMr

bers discussed informally the pur- Humphrey Lots 12.3, and 4, Blk and Mrs J E Franklin have
and of the Club
D, Hancock Terrace, with certain named their baby boy born August
and its wide scope of philanthropies .
Ronald Everett
and cultural activities.Mr reservations.D 30 th
Following the musical pro. W Surles and wife to May 0 H Beasley underwent sur-
gram the French theatrical I in SE at Valdosta -
Jenkins Mock. five acres at Pineview hospital
group "Theatre Montparnasse- and Mrs Ted Willis and Mrs I gery
Gaston Bathy" will take over for Gary Owens have moved from the: corner of Lot 174, Cherry Lake Tuesday. She is reported .I

several presentations under the Lanier Aparments to the Fraleigh. Farms Project S/D No 6. doing nicely there.

floodlights at the Temple Of house on North Hancock street.x Richard F Jarvis and wife to MRS BURNETT PASSES

Bacchus.A May Jenkins Mock, twelve acres in Mrs Bessie Mae Burnett, widowof
program of Ballet the
Festival's major innovation this Mrs Bates L Scoggins, Jr of Cherry Lake Farms Project S/D the late J J Burnett, formerly

year, will follow the French Spartanburg. S C, is expected this No 6.William. of Cherry Lake died Sunday at
!'players group. Four perform- week end for a 2-week visit with Jackson Hunter 2nd to Winter Haven.

lances by the Ballets Rambert of Mr and Mrs P K Rowell. G C Hunter his undivided interestin Funeral services were conducted in Setzer's Shopping Center
are scheduled in the
majestic court of the Temple of 200 acres in Sec 27. Tp 2 N, by Rev J R Collins her former :Madison, Florida
dr R
Ford V-8
{Jupiter. R 9-F pastor at Corinth Missionary. Bap-

I, This year's Festival will end tist Church in Hamilton county Try Our School Lunches
with four nights of Lebanese & H $495.00.HARDEE Tuesday Sept 8th.
folklore dances and songs,hailed PINETTA YOUTH CLUB survived by five
: the Mrs Burnett
during past two seasons as

fUn "unqualified success" by visiting MOTOR CO. Saturday night, August 29th, Pin- daughters: four sons, one of them
artists and guests alike. Madison. three -
Pinetta Doil Burnett of
etta Youth Club met at the
and; If the forecastle
I school for their monthly meeting. sisters and four brothers 21 grand-
right, the record yield per acre: of
Twenty-five' were present. New officers children and four greatgrandchildren last year will be topped by elght

were elected during the busi- and a host of other relativesand pounds that means the crop

ness meeting as follows: friends locally and where she will climb to 474 pounds per acre
MADISONHOME President Nickie Strickland; First or 145 pounds above the Average
Vice President; Mills Boyd; Second 10-year yield.

CENTERin Vice President Linda Brinson; Sec- What's going to Happen to aIlt

retary-Treasurer June Drew; Re- PALLBEARERS FOR BURNETT this cotton? ?T feeling Is thafcj j 1
porter, Mary Helen Hadden. Also FUNERAL most of It will be consumed .1 4]
discussed during the business meet-i the experts say that domestic mill J

ing was the Miss Pinetta Contest I will use more than nine million
Setzer's Shopping Center to be held Labor Day. I Pallbearers serving at the fun.ral bales and exports will range be-)
Our new counselors are Mr and services Tuesday for Mrs Bessie t SI, O co uanrs tween five and six million last

-' WELCOMES ," Mrs Dave Thomas, Mr Lon Shad- Mae Burnett included Messrs Bob year the U. S. mills used about 84
rick, and Mrs T T Morrison. Jenkins. Francis Phillips Evans Just how well the mechanics of million bales and exports were only

After the business meeting which Waldrep Kinch Waldrep Julian the new cotton program will work about 2.8 million. g...4

All Students & Faculties Mr Jesse Revels closed with prayer Hammock Shorty Norris J J Sale, when cotton starts to move over Cotton Everywhere v
refreshments were served which Sr. Willie Burnett, J B Sale, the country in volume is a question Apparently cotton was the only
Charlie Groover. George Burnett Sr foremost in the minds of many domesticated plant common to both, I
everyone enjoyed.Reporter It be the Eastern and Western Hemisphere I
Come in and browse around June Drew and J W Cason. The Rev J R cotton men may expectedthat :
there will be considerable disappointment In prehistoric times alt
I Collins and Rev Austin Kelley con-
-' early in the program other plants grown by the Indiana
& HI-FI's and T-Vs CIRCLE MEETINGMrs ducted the sendee. Music was with the large amount of paperwork were not known in Europe .. and
I offered by a quartet composed of and the large number of er- the people who should know how

O HI-FI and STEREO t Charles Knox was hostess to Rev and Mrs J T Carter Hubert ron that are certain to crop op ... to explain this. don't hare any explanation -.

: ,-:"' Presbyterian Circle No. 3 Monday: Burnett and Ray Burnett. anyway cotton and cotton men !!! _.._J

RECORD SHOP &, ].f-.. morning with' nine members at I certainly are tested this season Mm Record *
J.Z '' tending. Mrs Jack" Wade presentedthe with aa untried program, lots of U. 8. textile Industry thinks ft

SPORTING GOODS ? Bible ":study on the topic Victorious -I 1954 Ford Crestline red tape and the largest crop in has aa anti-inflation record .
1a Suffering. The September six years, if the August forecast the average textile item that cost
TAPE RECORDERS -'- ..:+. emphasis Christian Teaching, was I it accurate In case JOG haven't $1.00 fa 1947-49 BOW costs only 91
4drR&H$6950O. W.for the other hand, the
discussed: by Mrs T L 'Fraleigh. seen the government forecast cents oa
I 1.8 million bales that'sup averaged other manufactured item
Mrs Beasley Cole conducted the
HARDEE 29 per cent from last year and that cost a back in '47UW
business meeting. Refreshmentswere MOTOR CO. A
OJ f up: 5 per cent from the '48-57 aver- coats |l4!.
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LIGHT BULB SALE ing Among in the the Jack Madison Oliver golfers Invitational play 'Too Late To Classify"FOR r Methodist Women's S P-4 with Ronald the U H Williams S Army, stationed in-I 1956 Chevrolet 4 dr

Tournament in Valdosta during the Germany: in renewing the E-R.
weekend were Frank Cantey, Thed, stated that though he likes it there I Wagon' and
Madison lions Club Jack and Rock Fraleigh, Buddy SALE: The P M Dawson ProgramThere he enjoys home news. He is the one owner
place on Oakey Woods road southof
son of Mr and Mrs Hugh Williamsof
Wyche, Ashley Beggs, Donald Dickinson Madison. Home and 2\? acres Rt Madison., clean. Cream puff
will hold light bulb & A T Gibson. Bo Williamsof $5000. MRS P M DAWSON, -x-
a Is A Light Upon The
Ocala headed the seven entriesin
P. O. Box 212, Newberry, Fla. Francis Williams received a face
Mountain, topic of the theme hymn $1295.00.
D division in 18-hole rounds of
2itpdFOR and head injury during MHS football .
sale 24 for the was the subject of the
Thursday Sept. 78-77-73 and a 228. ;year practice Monday morning. He .
SALE: 80 acres, approx- program presented Monday afternoonat was under observation for suspected HARDEE MOTOR CO.
imately 40 acres in cultivation, the meeting of the Methodist
7:00 2-3t concussion, at the local hospital.
at p. m. Mr and Mrs J P Johnson and 40 in young hardwood, one-half Women's Society at Fellowship
daughter, Mary Lalla, accompanied mile off highway. Write PAUL i Hall. The program was given by
ATTEND RODGERS-POLAND their son Ken to Marion, Ala., BYRD, P. O. Box 55. Live Oak I Mrs J B Davis and Mrs R C Dickinson -
WEDDINGMr Wednesday where he will attend Fla., or phone FO 21389. 2-2t-pd and was sponsored by the Helen LOOK FOR
for his
Marion Military Institute
and Mrs Wayne Burnette and FOR RENT: Two bed-room house Parramore Circle. The Parable of
daughters, :Misses Judy and Robyn sophomore year. located two miles west of Mad- The Good Samaritan was the scrip
Burnette, .and their aunt Mrs ison on U S 90, at Cantey Leaf tural background of the program. .
Estelle Stewart, of Jacksonville, 1956 Ford 6 cyl PU Tobacco Company. Contact P S Rev Paul Touchton told of the plans
were among the out-of-town guestsat CANTEY at Cantey Motor Co. for the church's Spiritual Life
the wedding Friday night, Sept. Phone HU 3-2293. 2-lt-ch Services to be held the week of Sept.
4th, in the First Baptist church, one owner new tires Good Christian woman with I 27-Oct 2nd, conducted by the Rev
Tallahassee, of their cousin, Charles
Hales of
George Oklahoma
of Macon Ga, and small child in urgent need of work.I I City.
Eugene Rodgers real nice $895.00.HARDEE
There will be
: two services daily
,I I
Miss Sonja James Poland, of Miami. Will take care of elderly woman j
The wedding was a lovely event, small children or do light house !morning and evening.Mrs .
with reception following in the MOTOR CO. work. If interested, contact E H I II SUMMERCLEARANCE
church parlors. Blair Route 2, Madison Fla. I
Coody returned to
Atlanta Thursday for a check-up
: ANNUAL MEETINGi following ere; surgery at Emory
___ NFJC Student Wantedas University Hospital two weeks ago.I t
i She was accompanied by her son
Albert Coody. W T Hollingsworthalso
Waitress for part I accompanied them, going for I SPECIAL
an eye examination.
time. Work noon for I -

j t lEI-COUNTYELEC'miC COOPERATIVE, INC. 1% hours. Phone HU '

3-9731 Madison.. I OPENING

I .
WHEN: Saturday, September 19, 1959 "
Wanted: Married man
WHERE: Cooperative Grounds-Madison, Florida

TIME: Registration Begins-2:00 P. M. age 25-45, for estab-- MONDAY SEPT. 14SANDWICHESFR.ENCH

_, Business Meeting:30 P. M. lished Credit Clothing !

_ Route. Good car

REFRESHMENTS SERVED necessary. Commis-

sion pay. Write, P. 0.
.' -
'" Box 1311, Valdosta,

Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc. will hold its nineteenth Ga. 2-3t-ch .

Annual Meeting on the Cooperative grounds in ;

Madison,- Florida-September 19, 1959. Experienced: saleslady wanted for ".
wotk in department store in "
'. .' '". Madison. Permanent position.
Waldrep, Cooperative President. expects a,, record' .'. Write BOX 670, Madison. Fla. >" "
Evans .- 2-2t-ch DAIRY BAR c: "

turnout. *:As. : usual. ,.,;"a .great. .number': of""valuable" ", .prizes. a.>';:. .:".- :".:': 1 ', ERX.f ;'' :. a1 I 4 ':t ..

Will be given' .away.. Along with.. the. :fun. and eats '(at.:. WORKING BOTHERS: I am prepared -

S:30 P. lJ.'the annual" business""meeting of members at my to home.take care Any of day your; also children Monday Hours 10 To 10 Daily 2 To 7 Sundays

held. This will include progress and financial reports Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday
will be nights, If desired. MRS. G
and the election of trustees from Districts .3, 5; 6. O PURVIS.3-6408. 928 S. Range St.2-3t-d1 PhoneHU I U 590 WESTMADISON, FLA.

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People of Pinetta Community

>> turned out full strength Labor Dayto
celebrate with the members of

the Pinetta Community Council
, tte and the Pinetta Youth Club at the I

new Community Recreation Build- \
ing.An sF
estimated crowd of 300 SUMMERCLEARANCE

people assembled at the Center to

participate in the program. Devotional -
and prayer were by the
Reverend W D Hicks, pastor of the
Pinetta Methodist church. Masterof

ceremonies was R. R Denson, '
council President.A SPECIALS

k r new United States Flag was
presented by the Pinetta Boy Scout

Troop to Clarence Buchanan repre-
senting the Council, and assistedby 6'

.. Sgt Stoutamire of Moody Air
: ..> "' ; ; < Force Base, the flag was raisedas
"X : ..
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:G' the audience stood in respectto QUANTITY
the National Anthem.

Invited guests present were in- RIGHTS

,TheFor Family Favorite troduced, among whom were Rep RESERVED

Otis Peavy, Judge Curtis Earp,
Board member Russ Dugan, Former -

Pure Enjoyment Pinetta Principal Jim Clark NEW
Jake Hayes, Ed Burr, and Al L IMPftOVtD

--- Hutchinson of Owens-Illinois Paper

-SAFETY- MAKES SENSEbtroii I I I I I.t It ItI Company.The Reverend. Marvin Murphy

I of Madison gave a most inspi- for the crowd
I:rational address on the develop- campus

ment of community facilities for
adult and youth recreation. Rev Date-book Shoes for the Miss. Nite-aires house shoes Na5ilIre tk

JU.1B/ :Murphy complimented the Pinetta for the Young Ladies or Women. Assorted colors- 0V
Community very highly on its progress leather or terry. Flatter-knit hose in new shades. aurGNEE

and accomplishments.The Dresses, Shirts, Blouses, Skirts etc. RI

4iA cornerstone was furnishedand 0

I laid in place by Jake Haynes, :J
manager of the paper mill at I zeAfar

Clyattville. Mr: Hayes was assisted

i by Nels Falk and Harvey Keelingof give S & H Green Stamps JIM DANEGRI,

the Council. Madison Florida
r ,
BABY PICKELS Linda Brinson of Pinetta won
the Queen contest, with June I

Drew running close second. The
NAHONAI FARM Mr and Mrs Kersey Pickels of
SAFETY WKK Queen was crowned by Charlotte HAND : 1( ,
JULY 19-25.1959 I Frostproof, Fla are the parents of Woodward and was presented withas

I Ia baby daughter Paula Jean born engraved loving cup. The We Are Proud
Mr and Mrs Virgil Henry Sr Sept 3rd at Lake Wales hospital.She second place winner, June Drew, to TOMA
celebrated their 32nd wedding weighed 7 Ibs and 10 ozs. She
was presented with a necklace and
anniversary with a barbecue at is the granddaughter of Mrs Russell ear ring set. Other contestantswere Welcome StudentsFacultyFamilies- HILLSDALE i-",
Suwannee River State park Sun- Pickels of Lee and the late Ann Denson .
Rita Beasley, _
day. Present were Mr and Mrs Mr Pickels and Mr and Mrs W M Carol Hutto of Cherry Lake; and PINEAIHEADLESS

Winfred Dixon, Misses Judy Mars- McKenzie of Frostproof. Linda Brannen, Phyllis Falk, Judy
den of Winter Park and
Hammock, Joyce Elaine Higley,
Alice Widner of Colquitt Ga, Sgt Patty Ward and Mary Nell Washington See Us For P7
Virgil Henry Jr of Albany, Ga, Tuesday evening Mr and MrsJ of Pinetta.

Carey Henry of Orlando, and; L Wynn entertained 30 friends Bill Selph, assisted by the PF4C'" nJe

Sandra Dixon. with a buffet dinner at their home auction committee, did a fine job FARM 1 NEEDS :

-x- honoring their son, Maurice who of selling 101 blocks of floor to I e WHIT

will return Friday to Mississippi members of the community. and t
Dr and Mrs Thomas G Boulandand College as a last semester Senior.He friends. :' Feeds Groceries-Fruit I FRESH CAUGHT HF

children spent the week end at will do intern teaching at a The Rev W' L Wynn, pastor of ;
Seventh Wire SeedsJJ.SURLES&SONS / Hi.
the Day Adventist Campat Fencing i
High Springs, where they en- Jackson, Mississippi high school aswell Pinetta Baptist Church, gave the SHRIFRESH .
joyed a delightful holiday outingat as holding an assistantship in blessing for the picnic. Familiesof !
the beautiful 300-acre camp the English Department of the the community and their friends CUT

grounds. College. enjoyed a wide variety of delicious SNAPPERDAISY ]
food in more than ample quantity t

brought from home in picnic style. 108 S. Horry, Phone HU 3-2395 Madison: FloridaMrs

The Community Council, spon-
TODAY'S. sors of the occasion, are highly

pleased and very happy to report C
afternoon's Elizabeth Wetherington, S/Sgt Virgil Henry Jr, Carey CHEDDAR I I
that the program
assistant librarian at the local Madison Henry and Misses
1k Mary Alice
brought in excess of 160000. All I FYNE-SPREAD DFLUOLEd
BEST BUYS Public Library has resignedand Widner and Judy Marsden were
of this will go into the continuing moved to Jacksonville. The weekend
guests of Mr and Mrs
: development of the community vacancy will be filled temporarilyby Virgil Henry Sr. _
recreation center. Mrs L E Leslie, who formerly LADY FAIR BU 1 -K
*; The Pinetta Community Council held the position. -x- I
/ wishes to take this opportunityto -x- Oman Benitez, age 12, of Rio BISCULFARMER
Feo, Cuba, arrived Monday to be
express its most sincere appre- Mrs Howell Waring, who spent' the guest of the Rev and Mrs Paul GRAY'jai :
1 ciation to all the people who parti- the past three years in Valdosta, Touchton for the school semester.x .' I
1 cipated and extend a standing invitation hay returned and will again make F t R A
to. all its friends to visit Madison her home. she will reside Mike. Maurice and Diane Register
, in the of Mrs P u,.>Oi' .. their
the center or the Council meetingsat apartments :N isiiunu grandmother I
: Plays Everywhere any time. Griffin's home on South; HoJ"D.1:\ Saturday in Greenville. W W .J .

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i Airman Rhett Craig of Madison

Fla and Sherry Anne Smith of j 4Tf

:Milton Fla were united in marriagein I
{{.. V the First Methodist Church at I
L {{{M.4f -{ Brewton Ala on' Sept 5 th, 1959. I

by the Rev S M Baker. f _

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proof is spending:: a few days this

NOW complete ; week with his mother Mrs Russell i iI AT YOUR
$2288 Pickels and his sister and brother. w FORD DEALER'S-HIS
S/nofcey Says: I
cigaret pack size:4"x 214"x 1%". : 1
precision engineered : *Every A-l Used Car is inspected, reconditioned if neces-
excellent tone, reception range. I : sary, and road-tested. And they're warranted in writing
by the exclusive new Performance Protection Policy'! See
8 light
I I cars with the A-l sticker at your Ford Dealer's Used Car
3-month guarantee '- \ Shopping Center.FORD.
,. battery, leather carrying case and plug-to" ;
f; earphone for personal listening included I II 1
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on what a comfort it is to have Every nickel you spend in.some other property you may own in this area.
: .", .''- people around you. Particularly peo- town helps to send some of these
... ': We're social critters, and depend
pie like doctors, plumbers I druggists handy people away from here. on
:: firemen, preachers, mechanics, taxpayers each other for many things. But
-. .. and the like. Maybe it even helps to eliminate when you scratch somebody else's _
YOUR job. Certainly it decreases ,; back, be sure he. stands where he can
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.f 55 1957 Ford 6 4 dr r

Breeden's. :, c l1.- ..Yyx' cyl TUo&da/tcL I

I 11 n. R &-. H $1195.00.LIARDEE .

H. _' -FASfflON& GIFf SHOP .-. ..:. "'
MOTOR CO. Saturday, September 12

1 Il in cinemaScope and Metrocolor starring
Ladies' Misses' Juniors' aM ? Robert Taylor, Richard Wid-

4.y CAI mark, Patricia Owens. Strong men
$ Maduon County Farm Bureau MADISON with strong hates-and a terrified

.ANDChildren's 'Ss Board of Directors met at :Madi- DRIVEINTHEATRENow girl who stood between their guns.

son Restaurant Labor Day at 7 He was the law until his past

( Wear p m. to plan for the forthcoming every under night.new Children management under; open 12 caught up with him.

membership drive for 59-60, and
(in cars) always free. DESERT HELL, in regalScope.
for the Annual Farm Bureau Fish
i starring Brian Keith, Barbara Hale.
t Fry October 13. BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:45 P. M. The
legion of the damned trappedby
f Many items of business were SHOW STARTS 7:15 the phantoms of the Sahara.
discussed, some cleared away and PROGRAM Roaring guns took their toll of the

Owner Manager Madison, Fla. f.M f. some tabled for later. County desert fighters. Cartoon.
Friday-Saturday, September 11, 12
Agent Rudy Hamrick,
program DOUBLE FEATURE Sunday-Monday, September 13, 14
Y.cAHTNCArmy chairman for Madison Farm Bureau, MARDI GRAS, in Technicolor, DON'T GIVE UP THE SHIP,

outlined the program activities Pat Boone, Gary Crosby, Tommy starring Jerry Lewis, Dian Merrill
tentatively including corn contest Sands. Diana Spencer. He lost a Naval
TOWNE SQUARE INN ( Pvt. Arley E. awards recognizing the Madison plus Destroyer. Honeymoon be hangedhe

Bell, 21, recently completed the County Farm Family of the had to find it. A hilarious
t communication center operation to be selected by the Board of Jerry comedy with nautical
Tess Parker.SundayMonday.
WELCOME NFJC STUDENTS course at the Southeastern Signal Directors and to be announced overtones. Cartoon.

School, Fort Gordon, Ga. Duringthe later. Mr Buster Hancock, a for September 13, 14 Tiies-Wed September 15, 16

"Back Home"See eight-week course Bell was mer Madison Countian, will be NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS, KINGS GO FORTH, starring

trained to receive, process & relay guest speaker for the annual Andy Griffith, Nick Adams. Also Tony Curtis, Natalie Wood, Frank

messages by various means of com meeting.Mr Color Cartoon. Sinatra. A bittersweet story
air-conditioned and exclusively reservedfor
THE MUSIC ROOM, munications. He entered the Army against a backdrop of the war's
Lew Haverard Florida Farm Tues-Wed-Thum, Sept. 15 16, 17
last April and completed basic train- bloodiest hour. A story of love, war
NFJC students. Bureau federation field in
man $1.00 A CAR LOAD
ing at Fort Jackson, S. C. Bell son and terrible revenge. Cartoon.
organization, gave a most infor PAL JOEY, in Technicolor Frank
We will cooperate with you on of Mrs Eunice L Bell Lee, is a mative resume of the rising costs 1 Sinatra, Kim Novak, Rita Hay- Thursday-Friday, September 17, 18
1957 graduate of Madison (Fla.)
special meals in line with your of hospital insurance. Statistics worth. Also Color Cartoon. DOUBLE FEATURE
High SchooLCollege WESTBOUND Wamercolor
lined pocket." prove that several of the countiesin
starring Randolph Scott, Virginia.
the state are operating in the
Plant Elected Mayo. He searched for gold and
-Come See Us- Students red and that our own county is found a hotbed of saboteurs. Was

among them. This is based on the his date with his former sweet-

amount of money paid into Blue Booster PresidentMadison heart a date with death? Shooting,

Student Special Next Week! Entertained At Cross-Blue Shield in premiums fisticuffs and villany in the storyof

against the amount of money paid the old west.
0 HAMBURGER OR School Boosters elected
HamburgerSupper out in claims. These figures are UNWED MOTHER Nor-
9 FRENCH FRIES the following officers Wednesdaynight starring
alarming and all subscribers should : ma Moore, Robert Vaughn, Diana
GIANT COFFEE or TEA seek to find some solution to it. J H Plant, Pres. Darrin.: Cartoon.

Mr and Mrs Cecil Sullivan and The entire meeting was a delightful Francis Phillips, V-P.

55c- Miss Alice Sims were hosts at a event with the following enjoying Arbie G Herring, Treas. Dr HaddenChattanooga In

-Only grilled hamburger supper Tuesday the food and fellowship: W V Bunker, Sec.

evening. The affair was held on Lamar Andrews, Kelly Bailey, Boosters will sell season tickets
We have Mrs. Nelle Harrell, formerly with Madison'c Restaurant, the wide verandas at Miss Sims Rudy Hamrick, Lew Haverard, at for the 5 gate home will games be $1.25 at $5.for Tickets adults ,

home, and honored the Methodist Kermit Home, Howard Hughey and 50c for students.

as our head cook. college students. Mellous Moore, Bob Searcy, K W Next meeting will be Sept 16. Dr Gene Hadden, who received
Students complimented included Waldrep and Mrs Bob Jones
/ his: Florida medical license August
Miss Rosa Mabel Waring, Miss
AIRMAN 1st CLASS WALKING TO CAL. 10, is interning in a Chattanooga.
Ilillcrest Bar Joan Sale, Miss Nancy Smith
A/2c Edmond D Clayton was Tenn. hospital for a year.RepresentatWe
Miss Francine Milliner, Albert KENT REUNION Diana and Ed Moats who were .
recently promoted to the rank
Davis, Terry Wells, Ben Wells married August 14, w'ere' visitors
Airman First Class. He is with the Opens Monday I Suwannee State Park was the Otis Peavy attended -
in Madison
U S Air Force serving in Kylavik, Miss Jenobel Zipperer, Miss Ann scene Sunday of a reunion of the Wednesday. They are the Legislative reunion in
to California
walking and
Iceland. Hillcrest Dairy Bar on U S 90 Folsom, Ken Johnson, Ted Willis, descendants of the late James L living Jacksonville during the week end.
off the
West, opens Monday, Sept 14. This Ben Mainor, Miss Marv Jewell Kent and his wife, Missouri Williams Country. They were put up

Mrs Wilbur Huffman and Miss modern drive-in establishment features Touchton, Miss Mirian Acosta, Kent.Sponsors. friend.at a hotel They here visited compliments WMAF of and a 1956 Ford Fairlane 4

Ruby Horton, of Jacksonville, are ice cream milk shakes, sandwiches Kenneth Studstill, Howard Tate, were Mrs Ann Green other spots here.

here for a visit with their brother ,- and cold drinks. Arnie Tate, Clayton Jones, Jimmy Live Oak; Mrs May Bray, Jacksonville

in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs J L I .Bevan, Johnny Burnette, Billy ; Mrs Ollie Kinsey, Lee; and MrsVardlaw Brinson Sr, of dr sharp car $1095.00.
Christmas. Mr Lloya Colvin
Mr and lrs.A, -3onet; an Burnette I Miss Gayle Hamilton, Lee. Commerce, Ga. is here for a visit
Catherine Morrow were visitors in Miss Billy Jean Coody, Jimmy Plans were made to have the with her son, Wardlaw Brinson, Jr, HARDEE MOTOR CO.

1957 Ford \V-8 FairClub ;.1 and Demopolis Mrs'B, Ala.H Stanley.last week Gayle with Jones Mr Scanlon, :Miss Dale Carpenter, day Fathering preceding an annual Labor event Day. the Officers Sun and family. --

Nat Norfleet, Miss Cathy Cornelius, elected were Mrs Ann Darsby of
who had spent the summer with the
lane 500 sedan Stanleys, and V'ttle Toni Lynn Tommy Howerton, Gayle Groover, Jacksonville, president; Edwin Kent
the Joneses' and Mrs Frank Rykard. of Live Oak, vice-president; ArtisL
Stanley, granddaughter,
accompanied them home. Kent of Jacksonville. secretary- LOOK FOR
Loaded. One owner treasurer; and Rev Curtis McMul- S
-- Charles F Sims, ASC County len of Mayo, chaplain. .

i Senator and .:Mrs Turner Davis Office Manager, has been advised A Kent family reunion had previ&usly -

I $1395.00. were guests of the Duval County that the dates for accepting requests been held at Alford each

legislative delegation at the biennial from farmers for establishing first Sunday in October.

HARDEE MOTOR CO. get-together of Legislators in basic farm payment ratesunder :
f Jacksonville during the week end .
the 1960 Conservation Reserve PTA MEETING .
Program has been extended

The Largest Flash Picture! through September 30. The final The Madison-Parents-Teacher

date previously established was Association held its first meetingof
September 10. Mr Sims also an- SUMMERCLEARANCE
the school
.. new year. Tuesday
nounced that the final date for evening in the Cafetorium with S

accepting applications for a con- sixty members in attendance.

tract under th.e 1960 Conservation Wilbur Rutherford, president,
: Reserve Program has been extended
opened the meeting and introducea
,' from September 24 to October 16, the program, which consisted of

-y 1939. an address by Rev Paul Touchton.His .

theme was the influence of the SPECIAlS

Miss Mary: Jewell Touchton and. Christian Church upon the public
r Miss :Miriam Acosta returned Monday healthand community life.

: from a month's visit in Cuba In the business session Mrs Ed
rr with :Miss Acosta's
family. They Scanlan was elected vice president, :
++ r alsc attended the Methodist Youth
;. IEgypt's and Mrs Bob Lay, publicity chair-
Camp at Leesburg. They will leave
next week man. It was announced that the
to attend College, Miss Furniture Auction
Touchton for High Point College, PTA had secured ft baby sitter for

N. C., and Miss Acosta to Andrew the meeting which will enable more ,

College, Cuthbert, Ga. mothers of small children to attend.

New and Used

and Johnny Lee Tatum, speeding, $25or Distress Sale
Sphinx 5,000-year-old Pyramid of Cheops one and Mrs M Wooley and ,
of the seven wonders of the world, make for a great photograph thirty days. "
son Scotty spent the week end in
anytime. In combination with the momentary illumination made ,
by 6,500 flashbulbs and the talents of an internationally famous Meridian Miss., where they at- SATURDAY, SEPT. 12, .1959
photo-journalist a photograph of the Sphinx and Pyramid constitutes CIRCUffMURTGeraldine tended the wedding of their son #

4 not only a great photograph, but the largest flash picture M C Wooley Jr, and Miss Ann Furniture Appliances' '
in the history of nhotornmhv. Rice, which took place at 4:36 \

I the Johnson, plaintiff, vs o'clock Sunday afternoon in the
This is how and why it was Sphinx and the caravan of
done. I riders moving diagonally toward James Johnson Jr, defendant. Defendant Episcopal church, Scotty served as \
I the usher in the wedding. 10 LIVING ROOM SUITES Q 12 REFRIGERATORS
The photograph, made with foreground between the ordered to pay plaintiff
the cooperation of the Govern- I Sphinx and Pyramid. Both Mr Wooley and his bride ,
$750 week for support of children SUITES 12 STOVES Gas & Electric
United The Pyramid students the ol
ment of the Arab Republic (450 feet from are at University
was sponsored by Syl- base to peak), stands higher i Mississippi and will continue their
vania Electric Products Inc. to than a forty story building. It Madison Finance Company, plaintiff education. Mr Wooley will be a 15 BED ROOM SUITES 9 2 FREEZERS :

publicize its flashbulbs. Sylva- covers nearly 13 acres. Each of vs C L McClanahan defendant. -. Senior this semester.
nia spent $18,000 on the photo- its four sides at the base is Deficiency judgment enteredin 8 BREAKFAST ROOM SUITES 8 TELEVISIONS
graph. equivalent to 2} football.fields.
This single night color shot of Joe Covello. exhibitor in favor of plaintiff in sum of. BUY GROCERY -

the ancient wonder climaxed a international photographic exhi- $12950 together with interest. at.. ;\.,. 0" THE COURTHOUSE IS ACROSS FROM
full month of Pyramid-scaling bitions and New York photo- 6%. Mr and Mri,C' S Bevis are new .

preparations by Sylvania engi- journalist operated nine camerasto men of Plant Grocery. Mr Berts _..t

neers and Egyptian technicians. make ,this picture standingon '1958 Ford will continue. as International, f'j'izer -, .'.: ::i ':. *;; al >LI r
a tower Fairlane Ni'- Y
Getting the "
proper reflection slightly more than salesman. ..-C-' ,.' .. WarmackV"
was accomplished by placing one-fourth of a mile from the 0" Jlr .' '"1 j L' ru;
foil plates behind the flashbulbs base of the Pyramid ... .)
which were mounted on four* ,Joe himself was both t&.ob-, 1500 4 dr Victoria: Mr and Mrs _,__Yt; 0 _.. '
foot stakes and placed'at Intervals -' v Ject of amateur and professional t daughter of'Orland'o and Miss Jean \l\ Many pieces of Antiques from which to choose -) .

of 20 feet between the photographers who were among Loaded Ragans of Decatur, Ga. were weekend .,"'1- ;.
sandstone bolders. Four thou- the 2, 00 spectators gathered to $1995.00. .guests* of Mr and Mrs Henry QUITMAN, GEORGIA -
sand bulbs were used on the watch the world's seventh won Ragans Mr and Mrs Bobby Ragans

Pyramid alone; the balance der become the world's most HARDEE MOTOR CO. also visited Mr and Mrs Phil ..' '
.$50q were. used to. umiMtc. spectacular photograph Howard. I .-: :
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cloth. The three tiered cake, topped
Stewart-Copeland with a replica of the bride's bouquet -

centered the table and radiat-
THE DIFFERENCE' Marriage in ing from the cake were nosegays of RAKER'SPortrait

carnations, ribbons and tulle. The

same lovely bouquets marked the

. in life insurance companies might surprise you. Let me MethodistChurch corners of the table, and silver Oil ServiceHU

show you why many business leaders consider our Company candelabra held lighted white 'tap
ers. 3-6473 BOX 492
outstanding. Miss Frances Eloise Stewart became Punch tables and the bride's MADISON, FLA.
the bride of ClarenceCopeland
book table were decorated in simi-
III in a ceremony Friday lar fashion. Reproductions made from Photos

ii\RRYTpiiisoNMVFORD Northwestern evening in the First Methodist : and SnapshotsAll
Mrs Fred Glass Jr of Live Oak
church with the Rev Zeb Williams
P. O. BOX 307 and Mrs Jim NesSmith, of Lake work done by professional artist
Ml City, cut the wedding cake. Oil on silk or canvascharcoalon
HU 3-6424 bride is the daughter of Mr
Keeping the bride's book was paper .
and Mrs Lewis Ben Stewart, and
Mrs James Teford Sullivan and
the bridegroom's parents are Mr Mrs W E Stewart and Mrs John
and Mrs Walter Clarence Cope-
Copeland poured punch. Servingwere

Well r WalIerVhitlock., organist, and Elizabeth Smith Miss Billie Jean
I will do as I promised. I ,
will try and rite Mrs T G Bouland conducted the Steve Bevan, of New York City Coody, Miss Connie Pepera Miss The private dining room at Hotel
a bit of
Abe 53 colored
Norton of
I am meeting of the Dogwood Circle vocal soloist offered a programof Mary Ruth Kramer and Miss Nell Madison was the setting for a Mon-
not feeling so well today. wedding music. Mr Bevan ticello, met death in a traffic acci-
I was sick all day I Thursday morning at the home of sang Norfleet. formal dinner at which Mr and
in the Big City of :Madison.yesterday over Mrs R C Dickinson. Hostesses with Thine Alone and The Lord's Prayer. Miss Alice Sims and Mrs Howard Mrs W C Copeland Jr entertained dent about 2:30 p. m. Thursdayon

The chief about like usual still Mrs Dickinson were Mrs A P Arrangements of white chrysanthemums Studstill aunts of the bridegroom Thursday night after the Copeland- a narrow dirt road known as
the four and
Stanley road half
getting older and he is Edgerly and Mrs John Dovjak. and gladioli against a received guests at the door, and Stewart rehearsal. Guests includedthe a
says so Greenville.
miles of
There were fifteen members background of palms and magnolia wedding attendants and immediate north
weak. He pres- Mrs Van H Priest and Mrs Albert
hearty he is
State Road who
banked the altar and branch Trooper Peavy,
still weak. ent. Plans were made for the com- seven W Vann introduced them to the families. A four course
My garden looks inc year's activities which includedthe candelabra held white lighted tap receiving line.Assisting menu was served.A reported the accident, said Nortonwas
very well but October ers. Family pews were marked with headed east driving a 1958
general meeting on hostesses were Mrs beautiful arrangement of large
to we to and turn our chickens out the evening of Oct. 6 at the Agri- white'satin ribbon and lacy ferns Edgar Stewart Mrs F E Naughton, and medium Fuji mums and tube- Ford log-truck heavily loaded
graze they look
long.I good culture building when the Circle covered the altar rail. Miss Bennie'F Wilde, Mrs J L roses centered with interlocking when he met on the narrow road

will be hostesses. The annual Miss Bennie Rose Stewart sisterof Sullivan Mrs Ed Bland Mrs C S wedding ring centered the inter- a 1953 Dodge driven by Herbert
hope Mr T C Merchant Jr
Fulford headed west. In
attempting -
injoys the pumpkin I carried Chattahoochee therapy trip and the the bride, was maid-of-honor. Blalock, Mrs R H Rowe, Miss section of the T shaped table where
to Sandra to pass the on coming car
him. bazaar were also discussed. Bridesmaids were Miss Whittle Dickinson, Mrs T C Mer- the honorees were seated. Clustersof
I like
pies but I
no Norton control of the truck
where to bake Mrs. R H Rowe gave an interesting Cole of Pensacola, Miss Gayle By- chant Jr, Mrs J P Johnson, Mrs the same exquisite flowers and
eny. which left the road and strucka
I program on the planting and num, of Orlando Miss Frances Kirby Reichmann, Mrs Lewis Sims, plumosus accented the corners of
injoy self when I
my The crashed
tree. heavy logs
go to visit in culture of bulbs. Warwick of Valdosta, Miss Ruth Mrs A P Edgerly, Mrs S G Owens, i the T and were attached to the I
your town. Every into the cab and the driver was
Sims and Miss Rosemary Clark of
Mrs C Blalock, Mrs Joe Bevan place cards.
body I meet is so friendly. instantly killed. He was taken toa
1 also heard that Dr SeSby has WILLIAM HOWARD GREENE II Madison. Mrs Dale Leslie Mrs James Har- Mr Copeland presented his wedding Monticello funeral home.
The bridal attendants wore Harrison Mrs W B attendants with engraved sterl-
been back over visiting.Vish I had dee Mrs A F ; Bill
The truck belonged to
some more of his eye glasses forI Airman 2/c W H Greene and ballerina length dresses of Paris Clark Mrs 0 R Hamrick, Mrs ing ashtrays. Hughes and was totally wrecked.

am getting so weak eyed I canhardly Mrs Greene of Tripoli North Africa pink silk fitted organza bodices over fashioned taffeta with with Leila M Gibson, Mrs T C Gibson Deputy Ed Porter: and Auxiliary

see to get about and my announce the birth of a son, born snugly sleeves.The' and Mrs S H Moore. sheer wool sheath, an original Patrolman Charlie English of
necklines and
eyes burns too.I Tuesday Sept. 8, at the Base Hos- scooped cap Out-of-town wedding guests included Daryl model beige accessories and Greenville assisted with the investi-
going to try come back over pital at Tripoli. The baby was deep hemmed full skirts were Mr and Mrs W W CrowdusII. multi-color feather hat, and orchid gation. i

there next Thursday to see a Dr named William Howard Greene II. complemented with large bows and and Mr and Mrs John Studtof corsage from her bridal bouquet.

if I have eny money left. Mrs Greene is the former Miss streamers the length of the dressin St. Louis Mo.; Mr and Mrs NEW HOME IN TALLAHASSEEAfter

They will be a sacried harp sing Frances Ellington daughter of Mrs back. They wore matching Claude Johnson Jr, Dalhart, Texas; the middle of SeptemberMr Mr and Mrs H S Saucier, who

up at Marianna Fla. the 19, 20, Louise Ellington of Madison. Air- slippers and bandeau headdresses Mr Robert Sweet of Baltimore, and Mrs Copeland will residein were guests of Mr and Mrs W C

also a big dinner spread. I sure man Greene is in his second year of pink taffeta leaves with short I MdV A Sanford Mr and Mrs their new home in Tallahassee Copeland Jr for the Copeland-

hope I can go for they sure have of college at the Air Base. face veils. They carried bouquetsof tied H S Saucier and Steve Bevan of where he is manager of one of the I I Stewart wedding left Saturday to

some good singers up there from Talisman chrysanthemums New York City; Mr and Mrs A L family businesses, Capital Bottled i j i visit in Jacksonville over the weekend
Blountstown, Altha Panama I with matching ribbons. R&thrum, Mr and Mrs R M Par- Gas Company.
City Little Richard Allen Drake, son Father Best Man I
Jacksonville Mr and Mrs
Chipley. Dothan Ala. and ham, ;
of of Mr and Mrs Harry was
Mr Copeland was best man for
other places to. I was the other the James McGovern Miss True Young,
at 'baptized Sunday morning at
one last year I sure did church. Mr and Mrs his son. Ushers were W W CrowdusII Miami; Mr and Mrs H F Thalgott,
injoy Presbyterian
and John Studt of St. Louis, and children Jim, Joe and Nisa, of '
I met up with a lots of my Drake and baby expect to move Take a look.
Mo., Claude Johnson Jr, of Dalhart Oxford Mrs Lena Morgan, John
old school mates. Boys and girls, soon to Panama City, where they ;
Texas and Robert Sweet of
made me feel so at home. will make their home.x Loughridge, and Ward Hendry of
When I get me some more glassesI more, Md., room mates of the I Perry; Mr and Mrs Fred Glass Jr, x- at ihi Ud-.e.
bridegroom at Yale, and Jimmy
and Joveta
am going to of and daughters. Lawanna )
go see my son downat Mrs Norman Riggs, daughter !
Theodore Jr Ken-
Hardee Fraleigh
and Mr and Mrs Jack White Live
Dinsmore, Fla. for a while. Mr and Mrs Otis Peavy is a .
From the Squaw. patient at the local hospital. neth Studstill and Jimmy Bevanof ''I. Oak; Mrs W P Knight, of Americus ate 1 and see how many

Madison.LOVELY Ga; Mrs S B Algeo of Greenville ways we can meet your
I BRIDE I I ; Mrs Major Holtzendorff and needs for banking service:

The bride chose for her weddinga Miss Willie Mae Hightower Mrs Checking Accounts (regu-

THE YIELD IS II P ON SAVINGS AT frosty white gown of pure silk I W M Prescott. Mack Sims and Miss lar and special), Savings

organza over shimmering taffeta. i Clare Sims and Mrs Harris Tomlinson Accounts, Banking-by-

The delicately molded empire bodice of Valdosta; Mrs Farris Bryant Mail: Overseas :Money

VALDOSTA FEDERAL of Chantilly lace embroidered in and daughters Miss Julie and Transfers. Trust Services,

seed pearls featured a Sabrina Celeste Bryant of Ocala; Mr and Financial Counsel, Safe

'ANNOUNCING- neckline and long tapered sleeves Mrs J M Clements and son, John. ". Deposit facilities.
ending in lily points at the wrists. and Mrs Heard of Moultrie, Ga; '

The long Princess lines of the Mi and Mrs Robert Copeland of

: gown drifted into the wide gored Pensacola and Mr and Mrs John I Florida
ac- .: :::' skirt which fell to the floor in Copeland of Jacksonville. Bank at Madison

graceful folds and swept into the After !pendin? some time with

wide chapel train of appliqued lace their "i"*Stc:: the couple left the I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
adorned'with a wide bertha bow. reception for their wedding trip.
l Her tiered finger tip veil of silk For travel the bride wore a beige I And Florida National Group of Banks

illusion fell from a tiara of seed -- ---

pearls and sequins. She carried a -

semi-crescent bouquet of Cateya r

} r,.. orchids pearl and nylon leaves and k

loops of picot satin ribbon. ?. Yy'f
i Mrs Stewart, mother of the bride

Anticipated dividend rate on insured I wore a gown of dusk rose chiffon 's4 .r- Y

savings payable December 31, 1959 I and lace over taffeta in sheath design -
with square neckline and short r
FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST sleeves. Matching shoes and a purple

orchid her at-
OFFICE HOURS corsage completed

MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM bridegroom's mother, Mrs ,I
Copeland Jr selected a short dinner:
dress of taupe silk chiffon fashioned
I. with scoop neckline, short sleeves -j -' I
The New .
and softly draped bodice. The slim

skirt featured draped panels forming r -. .x
back interest. Her corsagewas .l k

of tree green orchids. .

t The parents of the bride enter- I

tained the wedding guests fojlovi-

Saving & Loan Association ing the ceremony at the Woman'sclub
where floor baskets held arrangements .
115 ,N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA. of Fuji. mums and The Ford Falcon, first of America's new-size cars, represents a "breakthrough""in"automotive
design that may materially alter the future of the automobile industry.
The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small gladioli the which receiving made line.a backgroundfor I .The Falcon Fordor shown here is more than two feet shorter and three-quarters ofa

Enough To Know You I The bride's table was overlaid II ton lighter than a standard 1959 Ford. Yet, the Falcon is a six-passenger car, with

with a sheer embroidered linen interior roominess approximating that of standard models.



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For All PeopleLesson

for September IS, 1959

JONAH is a strange sort of book.
placed by the early He-
brew editors.among the prophets; ?.
but there is nothing to indicate .
that Jonah wrote a line of it. It is y
a story about a prophet rather
than sermons by a prophet. It is
strange, moreover, that something = '
good is said about
every one men-
tioned in this
book-all except
Jonah. Further
while prophetswere
expected to \
proclaim God's 9aF.; y -
word and will, t : 4* *
this man Jonah I / 4 M
argues with God ,
and shows very Dr. Foreman : ,
plainly that he does not think well -
' of God's attitude. Indeed, except b
when inside the fish, where the
man was very pious indeed,Jonah's LgA
remarks are with one exception
rather peevish. .1 / -

Blind Prophet '
Nevertheless the reader learns a
great deal from this book. JonahIs III IIII
generally wrong, but God is I
right. The trouble with this fractious '
prophet was that he could I'I f r w I II
not see things as God saw them.
Maybe this makes him no prophet,
some one will ask. To be sure, he i8 In
is never called a prophet in this I Ii1
book, but he must be counted one ffli
for he did finally say what the Lord :
told him to say. And still, his stubborn -
peevishness is much more in
the picture than his obedience. : ;

For one thing Jonah could not *It Tx t
see the repentance of Nineveh. .
Nineveh was the capital of As-
syria, a nation which brought great ..
disasters on the Israelites. Jonah v.

evidently shared the general opin- THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
ion of his fellow-Israelites at that
period, that the only good Assyrian
vas a dead Assyrian. The sins of Church is the greatest factor on earth for

Nineveh were plain enough to the building of character and good citizenship. ,
Jonah. What he could not see was Without TOP ROW:
It is a storehouse of spiritual values. a

S It the is people's a strange repentance contrast and we faith.have strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization Cora and Jim Eggers, who take the altar flowers to the sick .. .

here: the people of Nineveh who can survive. There are four sound reasons why Mrs. Godshall and the kindly dbctor .
.Heved God, and Jonah who did Adams who heads the
every person should attend services regularly and Myra Primary Department .. .
not, the people of Nineveh who repented support the Church. They are: (I ) For his MIDDLE ROW: ..
and Jonah who (so far as
the story goes) never did repentof own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For Elder Rod Stuart with Mrs. Stuart .

his attitude to Nineveh. Jonah I the sake of his community and nation. (4) For And the newly-weds, Alec and Gwen .

had what is now called a "stereo the sake of the Church itself which needs his Orval Merrick and Mrs. Wellington; Orval you know, 'is Sunday'School '
type" in his mind when he thoughtof
a Ninevite that is, a fixed picture moral and material support. Plan to go to Superintendent. .
which he could not change church regularly and read your Bible d ily. BOTTOM RO\V:

a picture of a hopelessly godless Peg Rosser with Vic and his sister, Louise .
wicked A Nine-
and man. repentant
vite, weeping for his sins was Day Book Chapter Verses Connie Edwards, the soprano soloist. -.

something so strange to Jonah that Sunday Acts 20 34-35 And young Todd Breckenridge who is studying law at the University. .- .

he could not see it. Monday Ecclesiastes 5 18-20 Below Todd, Head Usher Foster Comland and his wife Rose .
I Thessalonians 3 8-13
No Eye for Chlldna Wednesday Tuesday Isaiah 52 7-8 The twinkling eye of Ward Conley I .

At the end of the story where Thursday Ephesians 6 5-8 And Young Adult President Jack Burgess ...
God Is explaining to Jonah why Friday Luke 14 7-11 .
he (God) took pity on the great Saturday Psalms 22 25-27 These are just some of the people behind a church. Their worship, faith,

capital city 120,000 persons are time and talents are devoted generously to Christ. They are helping their

mentioned who "do not know their church to grow, and to serve the community. And you'll find their welcome
right hand from their left" It is
generally supposed that this refersto = :V warm and friendly-for they believe YOU BELONG IN THE

children. God even speaks of the PICTURE.
cattle; the divine interest in animals \ Copy right 1959. Kei.ter Attv Service,Struburg. V*.

where comes else In out the in this Old book Testament.as no- v, .. .. .... ._.. ,......---_..--. ..---....-..:. .....-........_ .... ..,. '-.'

It Is clear that Jonah had never
thought of the children, much less

-of see the was cattle.fire from What heaven he wanted, a burn-to <::::.<'!.... .>:. '. :.. .....>:/ <.-::.. ... ::;i:'....;: "ix; :: :Ji{,:t: ; '.,.J:;'\ i.;: civ: ;;: i.. ::':'j:::; ... ;.: ;Wi i ;:A

ing city. That there would be innocent .

sufferers in the flames does These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals and
not seem to have occurred to the
man. Again Jonah had his stereotype Establishments:
of Ninevites. .

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our"These instruction things," were said a written New Testa-for MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITH WESTERN AUTO STORE '

ment writer about the Old Testament DUNN FURNITURE CO.
Certainly the book of Jonah The Rexall Store HARDWARE. J. J. Sale, Jr., Owner .

has something strong to say to us Phone HU 3-2300 Madison, Fla. Madison, Florida '. Phone HU 3-2385 Madison. Fla. MADISON FLA. .
and so strong that it is ,
here now; .'f!
Phone HU 3-2340
hard to take. (The Israelites never I.
did "take" the message of the book
of Jonah.) We also have Our favor- 1 I
think of
ite stereotypes we peoplein -
certain fixed ways and we seldom ; ".P, S ___ : -4.--: S
think they could be otherwise.Let MESS ER. .
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the reader test himself. What '- MORROW INSURANCE ,. f '. QUALITY CLEANERS
do these words suggest to you?- '. ;- AGENCY .-'. .- Madison, Florida "
Russian, boss, farmer '
Negro '
-' ; When your clothes are not becoming
banker congressman, socialist. N. MADISON FLORIDA Madison.. Florida c.
A. A. C. Pn scientist German ,I' -: to you -' they should be
European union organizer bureaucrat .4- # .
? It is safe to say that many : coming to us Phone HU 3-2255 '
readers have fixed ideas about ; .
ome of these and perhaps some BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. 7 .
Axed hatreds. In war especially, FRALEIGH-ASHLEY .
always think of the enemy, a* W".and RepairAppliances'MADISON. '
Jonah*iid of.Ninefth" ia term of : .
the harm the enemy has done to .. FLORIDA', STATION "' -
u*.It 1* a hard pill to swallow, and Phone HU 32241. Madisoa! Fla. Madison. Florida ;
don't know whether even Jonahmanaged :- .
we i }Madiaon FLe.I .
swallow_ It,but the fadfj
wf" love everybody except our
eoetnia*.but God tore our eaemleJtop. .' :".. '
peace win never come _US .. ''. .. >**,:,*>JV*>*>*':':':*:'*< .' . ':,:,:':':,:,:': ': :':
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business connected with the fourteen more legislators for
attempted rate raise was I the taxpayers to pay, along COMPLETE PEST CONTROLFREE

1kictNTtRP1S-llCORDft handled in the wrong way. The i with their secretaries, mileage
telephone for! arid other perquisites.
nuucutt ini mictfio; *t.ACSCUUMAI AW IIOIISt #* ONTO or HOBTI ROBII company: applied
MADISON. FLORIDA a rate increase-and perhaps BURKE EXTERMINATING CO.

felepnone lID 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. they needed some kind of one Interested HereThat -I
Published Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance .
Weekly. -
Year we do not .know; but the logi- JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist
Renewals $4.00 Per
Delayed this part of Florida
cal procedure we should think 111 East Green St.,
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application would have been for the rail- could become a tourist and retirement Phone 293-J

Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June road and public utilities com- section as well as
that part of the state farther PERRY FLORIDAWe
:b. 1908. under Act of March 8, 1879. mission to hold a hearing as

4 early: as practicable and either south has been our belief for exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and
OWNERS: TC.. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT. JR. some time. We have many at- Ticks Mice and Rats
grant the increase, or grant Lawn and Shruobery Pests, etc.
AND ASSOCIATES tractions here also could have
a part of it, or deny an in- b

MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 crease. Instead of that, the more, and we feel that some

NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 commission granted tfye in- of the people seeking a home I II Junior Women!

CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 crease contingent upon resultof I in Florida would like a little Your Frame CAN BEa I
'"- winter sandwiched in duringthe flattering accessory
T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. the hearing, and then when
Just two three Hundreds to Choose From The Junior Woman's Club will
C. :MERCHANT JR., Managing Editor the subscribers through their I year. or
this received TRADE WHERE THEY ARE meet Monday, Sept. 14, at 7:30 p.
MRS. A.. W. YAWN, City Editor city governments protested, days ago paper a MADE m. all eligible young women are
i the commission rescinded the I letter from a man in Illinois urged to be present, Mrs RobertC
increase. order. While it might saying that they are planninga Twiggs Optical Co. Lay stated.
On Labor HayTMlingrejoicingsorrowing Greatest Age So Far Valdosta. Ga. CH 44)534
seem that a public body could trip this winter and hope to

Invention has played a great un-order what it had ordered, be in or near Madison if thereis BABY BLAIR

Onward through life he goes. ;' part in the elimination of the Circuit Court said it could a place where they can

:Each morning sees some task begin, drudgery in labor althoughof not, and so the matter wentto stay. He adds that "the reason -

Each evening sees it close; course somebody has to the Court of Appeal. The we have decided to come to Trooper and Mrs VV 'N Blair Jr,
somethingdone Gulf Life
Something, take care of the machines.We Court of Appeal held that the thE northern part of Floridais announce the birth of a daughter,
Scnja Kay, in a Gainesville hos- ADAPT.APLAN
Has earned a night's repose. heard a Chemistry professor commission did have the powerto because we think the climateis pital September 1st. The young-lady

These lines are being written say once that the in- rescind its order and the more suitable for us, and weighed 8 lbs, 9 ozs.

on the day set apart to vention of the steam engine had Supreme Court in effect up- that we would enjoy the quiet Fits your

honor Labor, the last of the meant the death knell of slav- held the Court of Appeal. So ot a smaller city in comparison A car group of six headed by changingneeds

summer holidays. However, weare ery. We have seen in other; the telephone company is paying to resort cities." Hugh Hancock motored to Bainbridge -

not taking a holiday-the heavy Ga, Sunday to attend a
countries men carrying the money back. And in

piper has to go on. Nor, for furniture on their backs when the meantime no hearing has Mother Of PresidentsVirginia convention of Florida circuit of Jeho'ah'sVitnesses No. 4. They were

that matter, is the local cotton the use of wheelbarrows would been held yet privileged to assist in the house to

gin, which is laboring right on have lightened their loads con-I aptly called The hcuse ministry work during the
with total of 885 bales truckslet Mother of Presidents, is one of I morning, and many joyful exper- The retirement plan you
a derably and the use of
I South iences were related because of the buy for tomorrow can
ginned so far this season. A the gasoline do the work Only Eight Months the upper Atlantic manner in- which the good people needs
meet today's
also states, with a population a of Bainbridge received
few other enterprises may -would have removed the I the King-
little less than that of Florida, dom message. After an assembly thanks to the
le operating today, but mostlyit burden altogether. And now i Away AdaptAPlan.Ask .
cafeteria lunch the afternoon was exclusive
and about three-fourths
is a day of recreation. we are in the greatest age of I :Members of the Legislatureand an area :! spent in visiting with old' friends your Gulf Life
, that of Florida. It is noted as
all so far, when so much more and getting asquainted with many representative.Gulf.
I an assorted group of pros- vacation state with cir
a many, new ones of the neighboring
abundant life for all be
may pective candidates met in Jacksonville mountain and seashore resorts, cuit. The group remained for the
A had-and some of this newly-I' featured Bible lecture at 3:00 o'-
Long WayLabor last week
as guests as well as parks, battlefields,
discovered! power is being soused I I clock on the subject, "A Paradise
I of the Duval county delegation. historical monuments and the God's ,"
the most of it isI I Earth Through Kingdom byJ
; that is, organized though While we can hardly realize it, like. The state was a major W Filson, District Servant of the
labor, at least; has come along being reserved for devastationand we are only eight months away battleground in the Revolutionary Watchtower Society of Brooklyn,

way over the years,, muchof destruction. from nominating (really elect- war, and the main field N. y. LifeINSURANCE

it good, some of it not so;: ing) a new Governor of Flori-i of battle during the War Be- .,...

food; even to the extent that I Won't Happen To Us da and of course the Governor tween the States. About half a

Congress felt called upon to hopefuls were there in full I WELL DRILLINGAND
the working population of the COMPANY
Well, if we work today and .,
legislate a few days ago are careful in crossing the I force-that is, all but the only I state is engaged in farming, REPAIRING
against certain abuses that had one who has "positeevely"announced. LITTLETON WELL DRILLERS
streets we will not be in so and principal crops are tobacco, 0. C. KIRKLAND. SuperintendentPh.
grown up. And a crippling much danger of an automobile Exit of former apples, 'cotton, peanuts, corn, R 2, Madison, Fla HU 3-2551 P. O. Box 292
steel strike, now eight weeks Governor Caldwell from the winter wheat oats .',1" ,.,." ,..." MADISON, FLORIDA
accident. That, sad to say, is potatoes,
eld, shows no sign of being picture has boosted
the terrible feature of holidays.' hopesof sweet potatoes, and barley. I
resolved. When this strike is others. The stat. is noted for its
Already (Sunday night) 275 hams
finally settled, it will be with persons had been reported/ and its thoroughbred horses. rd.l :frJ. I

larger wages for labor, higher traffic accidents Principal manufactures are cigarettes
killed in inj I -
prices for steel, the general!, More Legislators To
the country in the three-day1' (more. are manufac- AFTER MARRIAGE, WOMEN
I ALSO LIKE TO TAU For knockout values I
public paying it all and
I tured in Richmond than in
twelve had died
holiday period, any THE OWES THAT GOT AWAY.
another round in the spiral of t m boating accidents, 19 I Pay other city in the world), cigars, in Auto Parts, be sure
Inflation. Probably, so long as!I Another cotton and
drowned in accidents not connected matter discussed at rayon textiles, D

people are people, we will never I with boating, and 38 the Jacksonville meeting was I chemicals, furniture. packaged ). to have your repair-

S attain complete accord in labor j dead in miscellaneous mishaps. the proposed constitutional meats and other food products,
relations, for the different with amendment flour, leather, pape"r and j man come to our
This paper, along many) reapportioning pulp,
groups see mostly only their others, has cautioned and cautioned -1: membership of the Legislature and ships. Lumbering and I t store. He'll be pleased

awn side of the controversy. and cautioned against which proposed amend-! fishing (especially oysters and t i
And: it may be said that while! I! crabs i- \ with the completes
things likely to produce accidents i- ment is now being advertised I ) are important. The ,

certain censure, some of but we are all on the:, in this and sixty-six other state is rich in mineral resources selection have him
it1 so
justified, has been whole very careless; think itontt I state papers. This proposed I with coal the most I

against labor for the high !%\ happen to us-but sometimes amendment has been designated,. important mineral produced.I come In soon.
Gf things, capital is blamable i 193 -
it'does. an emergency measure, although Other minerals include manganese -

also. The capitalists are out to it is hardly that in fact,i ores, sheet mica, titanium,

fd theirs too, and- so are the I Must Pay BackThe and will be voted on Nov. 3rd i II lead, gypsum, feldspar, cement,

business men and the I of this year, less than two clay: gravel, sand, pyrites,

sional men, the profeS-1 Southeastern Telephone months away. The House of I i i limestone,zinc, barite and black

most of the rest of Us. Evenat Company now must pay backto :t Representatives committee I Ij marble. The state has had along AUTO PARTS
the present high rate of subscribers I I It I Inc
I its the excess j voted, not unanimously, for the and eventful history. The

organized labor pay, many of rate they charged the past proposed amendment? the other]I I fU'St,-, permanent 1- English settlement Aut ir dt'ana .ta"" Jracto :f$
those in the groups above fifteen months-and that is: t I in America MACHINt'sHoprS'ERvlCE: ;
no day in ]
As we see was established ''PCi mentioned would not trade small job in itself. It seemed I I it, the proposed amendment!I It at Jamestown in 1607. ; J.o>.222 1 _

icy with them. to' us that much of the whole t solves no -problem, simply adds Next week, Washington. LIVE OAK. FLA., PH. FO 2-2329; QUTTMAN, GA., PH. 4401

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Don't Throw That Slick

j or* eL2el o&8eri1{ $. Tire away !

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W. B. Davis Jr. FOR RENT: Two-bedroom house. i BRING IT TO THE
C. T. MCWILLIAMS, HU 36275or
HU 3-6552.

ACREAGE BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL FARMS BEFORE SELLING your timberor t North Florida Recapping CompanyOn

ESTATES RESIDENTIAL timber land please see me. We
APPRAISALS are also interested in buying a U. S. 90, opposite Ramans Motor Co.
limited amount of pine-hardwood .
TITLE INSURANCE pulpwood delivered by truck to Madison, Fla.
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars.
112 West Base Street I
MADISON. FLORIDA and get new tire service out of it
Phone HU 3-6277

ERS wanted for part time
viewing assignments in the They will give you all the Tread Service A New Tire .
ty of Madison. Evening
will, or more, and at much less cost
frequently necessary.
Box 183, Princeton, New Yours for tire conservation
stating educational
experience and telephone


SEVERAL men and -
17-39 will be selected
to train tor attractive Smokey Says:

positions as Hostess, : 4i'A -,-'.:.",.:. J ,,' '''' ,,''I On Sept 13, Mr and Mrs S J -JT ttUBlJ1RE.AFTER
Ticket Agent, 8E SURE TO _
Station Agentand new "breakthrough" In automotive design, Hammock wedding will anniversary.celebrate their fiftieth YOUR-*Q Q! /; .
cost training includes -shown here with three views of the Fordor .
self improvement. Enjoy the from the ground up. Functionally styled, Their children, Mrs C L Byron, ( ..;,
airline benefits. Must be a full length sculptured side panel that adds Mrs J T Stubbs, Mrs S D 7)q4 .
and provides greater strength for doors and Saunders and Lester and Edward
school graduate with Falcon's all-new 90-horsepower six-cylinder Hammock, will honor them witha
get ahead. Training to give up to 50 per cent better gasoline
NFSC. Write for dard can. reception given in the home of
questionnaire include your their son-in-law and daughter, Mr
telephone. National Wednes MESSER and Mrs C L Byron, Route 2.
Aeronautics, Airline Division at Marion Live Oak, Fla, on Sunday, Sept
13, between the hours of three
570, c-o The -
Madison, Fla. Battery & Tire Co. and five. '.
-- Kramer and No written invitations will be
Mrs Beasley offers sent. A cordial invitation is extended -
QlfMANTELEVISION New Goodyear 670 x 15 AU
Judy, at- Weather tube-type tire for only to all friends and rela- w YA57oNrtNr
-Wexler tives of the "bride and groom"to > srr
$12.95 plus tax and recappable tire
last week. come' and share this memora- Enjoy the great outdoor*-b
please 60 care full ''
Mrs A A Munroe of Clewiston, ble event with them.
401 E Stevens St. is renewing for the home paper

We Repair for another year, writes: En-
RECORDPLAYERSAUTOMOBILE closed check for another year of Mrs 0 0 Mickler, of Tallahassee Mrs W P Knight of Americas,
happy reading of Madison and my was the weekend guest of Ga, was the guest of Mrs R C
ALL MAKES OF T-V wonderful friends. I enjoyed so Mr and Mrs Fred Mickler. Horne over the weekend.
AND HOME RADIOS very much reading of your tripto .
Work guaranteed Europe. I do miss Madisonand
PROMPT COURTEOUS my friends. Kindest thoughtsto

Phone 9481 Quitman, Ga.Burley Mrs 0 S Willis has returned to
Tillman Charles her home at Elyria, Ohio, aftera
several weeks'isit with her Ii i
driving son, Ted Willis, and Mrs Willis.x Any pine timber for sale, regard I
less of quantity; selective cutting or
Phone Phone, residence office. HU, HU 3-6481- equipment'f to driving Mrs W P Knight, of Americus, whole tracts. Please call ADEL
MADISON FLORIDA to and New are Ga a visitor, entertained seven GEORGIA 7161 or 7501, COLLECT.
FOR SALE: One 2-story, city during guests at a luncheon Saturday at Or write
old house, two blocks from these Hotel Madison Restaurant, compli-
office. Three baths $2,000 menting Mrs Farris Bryant of DEL-COOK TIMBER CO.
easy terms on $6500 balance. police Ocala, also a visitor.
One good 3-br house, >> York one P. O. Box 499
in Lee, Fla., near Cherry's with'- ngftlted more CONSTRUCTIONNew ADEL, GEORGIA !
Store. Only $7,500. using ita I
One new c-b house in feels city and Remodeling j Ij
Terrace, $400 down plus intelli.
costs. 5 /2% mortgage on than any Howerton Supply Co. j I
One 2-br house 2 blocks I
,whose I
of Frank's Cafe. Only $5800. by i
Good house in Yellow Pine. offers !
down payment, good for city 44.95-79.95-99.00 I II
Several farms and ranches.Picking I
shelling, hauling cent of all .
S E DUVAL, phone Cherry breach of II

8275. York per ,hour the, I

FOR RENT: One car ana
One vehicle I
and garage apt. .
apt. Close in town. MRS J J I
.,, ,Includ.
MAN Florida, Phone HU 3-2523, .

distance.safety at

signal be "
MOTOR 1''r ; T/iA\\/

and follow

How I drive.driving-Common I 5pc7pc -44.95 \' -m' IW .

the right s

traffic. T9.95
I II : lights. ,

stop '
Nearly 9,000 miles 9pc--99.OO
from coast to coast, percep ".
that long-anticipated .
These toll turnpike
more fun and faster (
.he detour.
miles and miles of new
struction in every state.
To make traveling
tips on driving >>

,.. Follow Keep you warning eyes on

e Heed the flagmen. GARAGE

Give way to heavy 128 N. Patterson Valdosta, Ga CH 2-1515

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Drive Ca'refully.And Protect Our Children

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SEPTEMBER tt. 1950
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NOTICE NOTICE I 35 2n 8e 214-E% of SWU, Wz


1959 AT THE COURTHOUSE IN MADISON, COUNTY OF MADISON. TION ON THE 14th DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1959, AT 11:00 A, M. bry) ...-.-_..--_-..-----..--...____ R H Wood, et al 10.58
5 In 9e 80-E of SE&. (Plant) L J
1 2n 9e 80 NIs of NEU (Goody) Bill McBirney et al
2 2n 9e 200-SW .. & SWU of
DESCRIPTION NAME Tax & Costs AS PROVIDED FOR IN SEC. 193.221 FLORIDA STATUTES 1957: SE ., (Wyche) -.._._ P. H Wood, et al 8.71
J. 2s 6e 20-N% of SWof (PROPERTY OWNER'S NAME APPEARS AFTER EACH DESCRIP- 3n 9e 283-Lot No. 164 & all

NWU hmm_._______._.______..__ Jessie Lee Windom, et al 8.71 TION). East of Pub Rd of lot 165
2. 2s 6e 78-E1* of NEU. less DESCRIPTION OWNER Tax &Costs Orig Gal (Coody) ..---_-....-- Bill McBirney et af 12.23
2 acres in NE Corner ___ Jessie Lee Windom, et al 31.38 24 Is 5e 40-NWU of SWU. 36 3n 9e 80-SX of SEU (Coody) Bill McBirney, et al 3.68
2 2s 6e 2-2 acres in NE Cor of (Dutton) ....-----__.__._.......1.._._ P M Peteet, et al 2.67 34 2n lOe 40-NWU of NWU,

E% of NWU '___'___'___'_ Will Simmons 1.91 1 2s 5e 510-Eli of Wfc, Wiz (Cook) .---...-....-.---.-_ J B Cook, et al 2. 7
15 2s 6e 80-NEU of SW ., & of Ei, EIZ of SEU, SWU 3n lOe 233-Lots No. 163, 164, .
SEU qf NW.J Woodrow Lewis 26.84, of SWU and all East of County 205, 206 Orig Ga 15th Dist.

Town of Sirmons-Lot No. 11, road of NWU of SWU, and Recd DB 34 PG 551 (Coody) Bill McBimey, et a1 .1 10.34
Blk 5 _._______._..__._ Est. R C Reams .. 2.67 all East of St Road & CountyRd 31 3n 10e 130-W1* of Nli of
Sown of Sirmons-Lots No. 12, of Wiz of NW ., (Hornsby) Joseph M Perkins, et al 22.41 SWU of SW .. Sli of Wli of

13 14, Blk 5 ____.._._ J A Campbell :? :l[ 4.18 2 2s 5e 40-SEU of SEU, SWU of SEU, Sli of Sli of
34 Is 7e 2-Part of SEX of SEU (Hornsby) :...--.-___..._....._____.-._ Joseph M. Perkins, et al 2.67 SW ., & all lying East of RR
Reed DB 74 PG 374 ".'_ Wade Hampton .ff f 3.05 7 2s 6e 88-S% of SWU, less 2 of SWU of NEU, Nli of
' 1? 2s 7e 100-E',4 of SWU of acres & all south of RR, SW .L SWU of NEIL, fraction of
SWU, SEU of SWU. & NWU of SEU, (Bryan) ___ Joseph M Perkins et al 4.68 NWU of NE%, & so much of

of SWU _.._...._........._ Morris C Steen .' 33.76 17 2s 6e 120-N% of NW 4; & Lot 206 Orig Ga 15th Dist .
J 8 I* 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 !).57
of Greenville & Sampala RD 18 2s 6e 137%-NU of SWU of 3n lOe 96-East 96 acres of Lot
of Sec 8 ._._.: Harry &; Virginia Merritt 122.51 NEU, & all south & west of No. 204 Orig Ga Survey 16th

Tt Is 8c 160-N% of N% Harry & Virginia Merritt 76.19 RR of N% of NEU, NH of Dist (Corbett) ....._...-...._ F A Stacey. et al 5.44
4 St. 8e 115-W of SWU, & NWU, (Bryan) .--._.-....._.._.. Joseph M Perkins, et al 7.45 7 In lie 120-Eli of SWU, &
SWU of NWU. less 5 acres 2 Is 7e 80-NEU of SW%, & Wli of Wli of SEU (Dixon) Sidney A Stubbs, et al 5.69
in NW Corner __._._..___' Est. J E Tuten EX 2/10 28.10 SWU of SW%, (Shackelford) Bill McBirney et al 4.18 19 In lie 30-All North of ST
.2U In 6e-Part of E/i of SELL I 11 Is 7e 120 SEU of SWU. & RD of Wli of NWU (Dixon) Sidney A Stubbs, et al 2.29 I

Recd DB 66 PG 296 ...__.____ Mrs Rebecca Norwood 229 Nti of SWU, (Sullivan) R H Wood, et al 5.69 PAT MILLJNOR Tax Collector, Madison County Fla.
1U In Ye 1-Part of SWU of 24 Is 8e -SEU of NWU. ,
sw 3k Recd DB 60 PG 121 Nathaniel Stephens 2.67 (Robinson) -...._ .#'. R H Wood, et al *!- 2.67
17 In 7e %-Part of SEU of 15 Is lOe 80-Ste of SWU, LOOK FOR NOTICE

SEU Reed DB 66 PG 507 Nathaniel Stephens I 4.94 (Hale) ...._....____.---..-......._.._ Bill McBirney, et al T 455 I
20 In 7e 11/5-Part of SWU of 17 Is lOe 50-South 50 acres of _

SEU Reed DB 51 PG 376 Willie Lee Cowart "* 23.82 Eli of NWU, (Moncrief) __ Bill McBirney, et al 3.28 EAGLE The Board of County Commissioners
Elk C Lakeview S/D-Lot No. 12 Roger T Coker '_, 2.55 17 Is lOe 160-Wli of SEU, & of Madison County, Florida,
Bile 34 Town of Greenville Eli of SWU, (Beasley) Bill McBirney, et al 7.93 will hold a public hearing on their
Lots No. 18, 19, 20, 21 _._ Clarence Bellamy 23.82 20 Is lOe 40NV of NE ., DEPT. STORES intention to enter into the Free
Elk 36 Town of Greenville All of Clarence Bellamy ." 11.99 I (Beasley) ......_..-..-- Bill McBirney et al 2.67 SUMMER CLEARANCE Library Program for Madison
Blk 40 Town of Greenville 34 Is lOe 210-Sli of 'NWU, County. This program will entailan

Lots N '. 31 & 32 ."__'_ Bud Bee ?lj T. 4.94 Nli of SWU, SWU of SW%. COUNTERS I expenditure of $ OO.OO for the
Blk 49 Town of Greenville- -" & West 10 acres -f SEU of I fiscal year of 1959-60. This hearing -

Lots No. 3 & 4 _..____ R C Robinson -. .,i]" 31.38 SWU, (Phillips) -..___ Bill McBirney, et al "* 10.08 will be held on September 18,
Elk 49 Town of GreenvilleLots 1 2s lOe 90-S% of SWU & 1959 at 8:00 p. m.

No. 15, 16 __'__'_'___ J Vickers Est. .:: 4.94 South 10 acres of NWU of College Entertains DALE M. LESLIE Clerk
BJ1 49 Town of Greenville SWU, (Almond) ---_ Bill McBirney, et al 5.06; Board of County Commissioners
Lot No. 5 .___.__.._____ P H Hagan -- 3.05 2 2s lOe 80-N'/fc of SWU, (An- 1-2t-ch
Elk 51 Town of Greenville derson) .--..------- Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 For Students
Lots No. 8, 9, 22, 23 _.._._ C H Miller : C 8.71 3 2s lOe 80-N% of NWU, :I Mediterranean FHTNO- Marine
One hundred fifty NFJC students (
(Mathis) .. .. ..
BUt 51 Town of Greenville --- Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 II Acting M Sgt. Oswell P Shea son
Lots No. 15 16 less road J Vickers Est .'_I \ 4.94 lU 2s lOe 40-NWU of NWU, were ception entertained Monday afternoon at a lovely from 2:30 re- of Mrs Lester Shea of Greenville
Blk B Southern Sawmill SID (Bass) Bill McBirney. et al 2.67
.;_ Fla., is serving with the Third
to 3:30 in Hall
Lot No. 2 _.....__.___.. J H Hodge T -" 4.94 28 2s 10e 160-W% of NEU, Fellowship by the Battalion, Eighth Marine Regiment
NEU of NWU, & SE of College.
Blk E Southern Sawmill S/D
aboard U S amphibious force ships
Arrangements of
Lot No. 2 Alex Demps -i i 4.94 NEU (Rowe) --,. Bill McBirney et al 7.71 greenery were
operating with the U S Sixth Fleetin
placed in the hall and bowls
Blk 28 Town of Madison Lot 33 Is lie SO-S'a of SEU, punch Mediterranean.x

No 180 ....._._,....._........._..__.__ Cruce & lacone 416.61 (Black) ...-_..--.--L_ Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 were encircled with daylilies. the .
Blk 8 Fraleigh-Smith SID- 34 Is lie 55 -Lots No. 8 & 9 -- Mrs Marshall Hamilton introduced -x-

North 50 ft of Lot No. 8.._ Joe & Gussie Williams 8.71 (Black) Bill McBirney, et al 3.05 guests to the receiving line E D Davis of Quincy was
Elk 13 Fraleigh-Smith SID- 3 2s lie 80-Lot No. 4, & N3z composed of President Marshall the week end guest of her niece

S% of Lots No. 1 & 2 Theodore. Warren 38.93 of NWU of SWU (Black) Bill McBirney, et al _', 4.18 Hamilton and NFJC faculty members Mrs T L Fraleigh. :
22 In 9e-Part of NEU of SEU 4 2s lie 400 NEU, N% of Mr Griffin Bishop, Supt of
SEU E1. of SWU, SEU of Board of Education, Mr Marcus
Reed DB 87 PG 180 ...___ Leatha Cook 4.94Pope
SID-Lots No. 129 & 130 O 'L & Dorothy Jackson 61.08 NW%, & SWU of SE'/, Cherry, chaiman of the Board and THINKING

Blk B Plant Add-Lots No.1, (Black) ...-.._..--.__..__._ Bill McBirney, et al 17.27 Mr Van H Priest, chairman of the

2. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 _.____ Willie & Mary Love 8.71 9 2s lie -Ntt of NEU of College Advisory Board. ABOUT MOREINSURANCE
Blk C Plant Add-Lots No.8, NWU, & W% of NWU of Faculty wives assisting were Mrs

9, 10 _........................._.._._ Joe & Mary Graham 6.83 NEU, (Black) Bill McBirney, et al 1; 3.17 James Moncrief, Mrs Lewis Thompson
Elk F Plant Add-Lot No. 10 Ollie & Rosa Frazier 4.44 2 In 7e 160-W% of NEU. & Mrs John Sands, Mrs L C ?
27 In 9e-Part of SEU of NEU W1h of NWU, (Loughridge) J B Rountree, et al 7.21 Glass, Mrs Al Hofflander and Mrs

Reed DB 64 PG 63 ......_ Will Gibson 4.94 13 In 7e 80-E% of SEU, Robert Kennedy. ._
Blk A Vickers S/D-Lot No. 13 Clemia Bradley 4.44 Mueller) Bill McBirney, et al. 4.18 Hostesses assisting in entertaining :: :
Blk A Vickers S/D-Lot No. 16 Clem Bradley & Ernest McGhee' 4.44 15 In 7e 480-N% & N% of and serving were Mrs W T ., .,' ; "
Blk A Vickers S/D-Lot No. 20 James Barfield 4.44 S%, (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al 19.29 Davis, Mrs A F Harrison Mrs ; .
24 In 7e 80rEUof NEU Van H Priest Mrs C S Blalock :
27 In 9e %-Part of S% of r" Yaz
NVRecd- DB 73 PG 331ViUie McCray & Perry Oliver 4.94 (Mueller) ...._._..._.__.___ Bill McBirney, et al 4.18 Mrs R C Dickinson Mrs A P r
BIk A Hal Stoy S/D-Lot No. 29 Leonard & Willie Mae Brinson 4.44 35 In 7e 640-All of (Loughridge) J B Roundtree. et al .. 24.83 Edgerly and Mrs R C Horne. Lime
BIk B Hal Stoy S/D-Lots No. 1 2n 7e 280-W% of NEU: E' punch and salted nuts were served.In .

9 & 10 .__.___ Letha M Brown 4.94 of NWU NWU of NWU, & charge of the affair were Mrs 4 r.r'ry
B1k6JL&\VLTooke S/D N% of SEU, (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al ;. 12.23 Helen Legette, Mrs Waring Wyche

Lot No. 9 ............__.__ Peter Buggs 4.94 11 2n 7e 240 SWU, SWU of Jr. Mrs J P Tomlinson and Mr
Blk 2 East Madison S/D-Lot NWU & SEU of SEU (Lough- Lewis Thompson who ha.ebeen

No. 4 _......._....._.._____..__.__._ Est R L Chancey 4.94 ridge) ...__........____..___.....__.. J B Roundtree, et al / 10.72 appointed as a committee in
Elk 9 East Madison SID-Lots 12 2n 7e 200-SEU of NEU, charge of social affairs for the

I No. 4 & 13 ._______.._ .__._ Annie C Holmes 4.94 E% of SEU, & SWU of SE .. college year.
Elk 15 East Madison S/D-Lots & SEU of SW ., (Lough-

No. 7 & 8 _.___...__..._..______.__...__ Oscar Kelly 4.94 ridge) ........_.___.:_--..._ J B Roundtree, et al 9.71 OPEN HOUSEAn f
Blk A Vickers SDLot No. 2 Martha McDaniel 4.41 13 2n 7e 160-NEU (Lough- informal open house was held
Elk A Dickers S/D Lot .No. 8 Martha McDaniel 4.44 ridge) ..._......._..... / J B Roundtree, et al 7.21 at the Country Club Tuesday even-
14 2n 7e 160( -NEU (Lough- of people ,.......
Elk B Vickers S/D-Lot No 30 Joe Williams 4.44 ing by a group young
Elk D Vickers S/D-Lot No.2' Margaret Moore 4.41 ridge) ....-..._._._._. J B Roundtree, et al' ., 7.21 honoring those entering college for ? '
Blk D Vickers S/D-Lot No.3' Martha Mitch 4.44 15 2n 7e 200-W 2 of NEU.Nfc the first time, and also other college .'.,'
Elk D Vickers S/D-Lot No. 10 Ernest Clark 4.44 of SWU, SEU of NWU, friends. Dancing and swimmingwere r
Blk D Hal Stoy S/D-Lot No. 5 Willie McCray 4.44 (Loughridge) ___..____ J B Roundtree, et al 9.21 enjoyed during the evening. I
Blk L :Magnolia Heights SID- 21 2n 7e 280-SEU, Sz of NE; Cold drinks cookies and potato

Lot No. 20 __.._...__....._.__ Henry & Daniel G Smith 4.94 & NEU* of NE; (Loughridge) J B. Roundtree et al 11.73 chips were sened. Chaperones were
Elk L Magnolia Heights SID- 22 2n le 240SV1JV {. of Mrs Marshall Hamilton, Mrs Ed

Lot No.: 1 _________ Henry & Emma Smith 4.94 SEU, (Loughridge) ___ J B Roundtree, et al 10.22 Sc&nlan and Mrs Kirby Reichmann. C. E. QUICK
25 2n 7e 80 S SWU
BUt P :
Magnolia Heights SID- .
..._......_._._ HU 3-6168 BOX 292
( J B Roundtree al
Loughridge) et 4.18
Lot No. 10 ..._..__.._.._.__ Sylvester BryantJohn 4.18
26 2n 7e 480-S', of NWU MADISON. FLORIDA
McKenney Add-Lots No. 11 & 12 Tompkins., 6.33 MESSERBattery
28 In Lots John NJ/2 of SW%, & SEU of SWU .
No. 6 & 7 ____ Bradley 6.33
Elk 10 J L & W L Tooke S/D SEU. S% of NEU, & NEU ADAPT*A-Pi4ur.

Lot No. 7 ___.-____________. Hal&Ealey J Henderson, et al 16.27 of NE%, (Loughridge) J B Roucdtree, et al .2029 & Tire Co. '
27 2n 7e 160-NEU. (Lough- This Gulf Life agent can ten you
S6 In 9e 2-2 acres in SW Cor of
ridge) ____ ___ __._.____ __ J B Roundtree, et al 7.21 bow with Adapt-A-Plau. your In.uranc. -
--- --- -
NEU of NEU __.._._.._ Est. Steve Wood 3.05 offers New Goodyear 670 x i5 All ia adaptable. For ea-
28 2n 7e 120 NEU of NEU.SEU .
31 3n 9e 24-North 24 acres of Weather tube-type tire for only I ISl ample a family income plan ** a
SEU of SWU _.__ Est. Ruben Jarvis 10.22 of SEU, & SEU of SWU .95 plus tax and recappable tire also prorid substantial retii-
m ..._.._._ .___ J B Roundtree al
5 2n lOe 74 4-W4 of NW l. (Loughridge) -et 6.19 meat iacoxn. Gin Mm a call
312n 7e 280-SIZ of NEU N3a : tedayl
54 __ Washington ,
except acres to ST Rd D T 29.49
--- --
of SEU E1s of SWU. &
6 2n lOe %-** acre in SW Cor of ,
NEU of SEU _________..__._..___._. Est. C.J Wolfe 8.71 SWof SWU, (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al 12.23
35: 2n 7e 520-NE SWU \V% .
6 2n lOe-Part of SEU of SEU -
Reed DB 47 PG 148 except .- of SEU, Sk of NWU, & SPECIAL CLOSE-OUT
amt sold to others ..._._.__ J C Strickland 5.44 NEU of NW,1' (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al' 21.29 r
'19 2n lOe 67 i-All East of 35 3n 7e 120-S of NWU, &

State Road of NWU _________ Edgar Rains 27.60 NWU of NWU, (Loughridge) J B Roundtree, et al 5.69 CAST IRONBATHTUBS
2S In 9e-Part of NEU Reed 7 In 8e 200-S 1 i _of S&, NEU IJ'

DB 81 PG 40 ._...._.......______., J B Delaughter 4.94 of SEU, (Mueller) _- Eill McBirney, et al S.71
PAT. MILUNOR Tax Collector, Madison County Fla. 8 In 8e 40-SWU of SEU, 4 $14.95ALSO

(Mueller), Bill McBirney, et al 2.67

9 In 8e 20-W i of NWU of CLOSING OUT LAVA.
SWU, Mueller) Bill McBirney. et al 1.91

17 In 8e 460-W%, W% of ,3LE SINKS COMMODES,

of NWU of NEU, (Mueller) Bill McBirney, et al 19.03

m. :] FIFTH TEL. FO STREET, 2-2381 IS In 8e 640-All of, (Mueller) Bill McBirney, et'af* 2483 SOUTHERN SALVAGE COMPANY .

YOUR MASSEY-FERGUSON 19 In 8e 160 All North of
DEALER railroad (Mueller) Bill McBirney, et, al 7.21 111 S. Ashley' St. ValdoaU Ga.

20 In 8e 10-All North of Railroad J -- .
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Registration Books Luncheon for Bride- FETED MISS STEWART, MR. COPELAND Carl Sims and Miss Alice Sims entertained -

1 HOUSEWIVES with a barbecue'supper
3 ElectMrs The Lakeside- on the terrace.Twentyeight .
Open Through Oct home of Mr and
Thinking of Christmas money? Mrs Howard Studstill was the set- guests included the
Write AVON, Box 3103, Tallahassee ting Tuesday evening for one of wedding attendants, the bride
I. Registration books are open in Fla. Let us tell you the loveliest of the Stewart-Cope- ecct's mother, Mrs L B Stewart,
the Court House each day from 9 B N Gross and Miss MaryJo how to earn and make this land prenuptial parties when Mr Mr and Mrs W C Copeland Jr.
am to 5 pm through Oct. 3, preceding Gross entertained with a luncheon needed income. Full or part and Mrs Studstill, Mr and Mrs parents of the bridegroom and
the special election Nov. 3. Tuesday at The Pines compli- time. others in the immediate families.
A. E. RAGANS, menting Miss Frances Stewart,' pital- Board, including J J Sale Jr, Outoftown'guests were Mrs W M
Supervisor of Registration. popular bride-elect. An arrangement Henry Messer, T F Livingston Prescott and Miss Clare Sims of
(Through Oct 2) of lavender flowers centered Mrs Esther K Horne, Colin P Valdosta, and John Loughridge of
the table laid for tqn guests. NEW CHAIRS FOR Kelly and Frank Cantey. I Foley.
The honoree received gift of
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silver in her pattern from the hos- --
MARRIAGE IN TAMPAfrom tesses. A salad course and dessert
AOID 4 YEARS .. were served.Dr The bid submitted by the American WE HAVE!
!r ( Tampa Times, Aug. 22nd.) Seating Company of $3,195.40
IN WOOF Wearing a full-length veil of for the installation of 260 new
Brussels lace embroidered with seed and Mrs S S Selby and three chairs for the Court House audi-. WIRE FENCING AND BARBED WIRE
BofUlng Pepd-Cola company pearls which all brides in her children, Gary, Linda Sue and torium was accepted. The chairs
Ffc 171. Perry, Fla. family have worn for many years, Pamela, of Tampa were guests of come with a lifetime guarantee.
Miss Matilda Pillot Walker was Mr and Mrs Henry Dickinson and against defective workmanship or I
DIANE WEXLER RECITES united in marriage with Dr Joe ether friends over the Labor Day materials and are to be installednot 50 Ib. Stock Prince Albert
VOWS IN CENTER RITES Calvin Stubbs, Atlanta Ga. at 7 week end. later than Jan. 1, 1960. SALT $1.20 TOBACCO, Can 15c .
o'clock last evening. A H Smith, City Clerk, repre-
(from Jacksonville Times-Union, Solemnizing the service. was The senting the City Commission of 3 lb. New Sweet 35 in. WIREPOTATOES
September 1st, 1959) Very Rev Harold Brown Hoag, LOOK FOR Madison, asked the Board to make 25c FENCE, per roll '$15.00
Miss Diane Jane Wexler of this rector of St. Andrews Episcopal the City of Madison a flat rate
city, formerly of Madison, daughterof Church, which was decorated with for rental of the County Jail. The
Jacob Wexler of Starke, became altar vases of white gladioli, asters i present plan is at the rate of $1.00a WHILE IN TOWN THIS WEEKENDSee
the bride of Norman Howard and palms. day per prisoner. The Board'
Greenbaum, son of Mr and Mrs The bride, daughter of .Mr and agreed to rent the jail facilities to us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT-
Alex Greenbaum, at 2:30 p. m. Aug. Mrs Daniel Jackson Walker, 829 S. the City for $300 a year. VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS
30 in the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Willow Ave., was escorted to the The Clerk was instructed to
Rabbi Sanders A Tofield officiated. altar by her father. Mr Stubbs is advertise for a public hearing on
- Mrs Daniel Torn was soloist and the son of Mrs J C Stubbs, Or- the Board's intention to enter the J. I. SURLES & SONS .
Mrs Bertha Barnette was pianist. lando, and the late Mr Stubbs. SUMMER CLEARANCE County Free Library Program. The I .
The bride was given in marriageby The bride chose a princess- special session will be held at 8
de soie 18th. 108 S. Horry, Phone HU 3-2395, Madison Fla.'
her father. Best man was styled gown of silk peau COUNTERS rm. Sept. i
Samuel Greenbaum, brother of the with a sculptured neckline, short I The Board approved bonds of the
bridegroom. sleeves of Chantilly lace and a ,Madison r County Health and lfosy '' n XJCXSSXr7C CXXx SSM
Ushers were George Klein, Rich- full skirt which formed a chapel -- -- .--;,
ard Cowdry, Mervin Teitleman, train. Attached to a Juliet cap was .-
William Greenbaum, brother of the her veil, which was purchased by x.V hu.
bridegroom, and Norman Jaffe of her great-grandmother in Paris
Brooklyn, NY. many years ago.
Mrs George Klein was matron of Miss Victoria McKenzie Laurin-
honor. Miss Helen Greenbaum and burg, N C, cousin of the bride,
Miss leggy Ryan were brides- was maid of honor. She wore a ap
maids. Junior bridesmaid was turquoise silk organza waltz-length I
Dorothy Greenbaum, with Sheree gown fashioned with a Nina Ricci I !
Greenbaum, niece of the bride- collar, and a velvet bow and .n
groom, as flower girl. streamers accented the princess y:
The bride chose a white gown of bodice and flared skirt. A velvet
silk organza over taffeta, styled ana tulle hat and a bouquet of
with an Empire bodice filled with white garza pompoms completedher
appliqued lace forming a scalloped costume.
Sabrina neckline. The long princess I LizaValker, sister of the bride I
lines drifted into a voluminous and Susan Stubbs, the groom's
I I' i .
gored skirt which swept into a I niece, were flower girls. ;
wide chapel train highlighted with:i Dr Stubbs was attended by Bruce U
a lace panel adorned with a bertha:I Wilson Atlanta, Ga, best man;
bow. Her veil of illusion was attached -I and ushers were H M James LJM/ I
to a coiffure bandeau of Columbia, S C, the bride's uncle; pi.i J ;
lacer embroidered in sequins and I I James T Denmark, Statesboro, Ga: .
pearls. She carried a cascade bou- and Dr Richard Martorell and
quet of frenched carnations and Clayte Dickinson, both of Tampa,
tuberoses in garlands on top of a who are cousins of the 'oride. -59 MERCURY CLOSEOUTAt
Bible. The reception was held in the .
The bridal attendants were home of Mr and Mrs Bevan Wood .
dressed alike in turquoise blue silk ward 802 South Delaware Ave. your Mercury dealer's today!This is our final
featuring and Miss Paula
formal gowns Miss Lilla Keyes .
portrait organza necklines and wing sleeves! McKinney, cousins of the bride, windup sale of the year. It's your chance to get I

adorned with embroidered yellow were in charge of the* bride's book. America's best-built car for what you ordinarily
which also highlighted the The bride's table was covered
long flowers Dior waistlines. The volumi- with a handmade Venetian lace might pay for a car with a low-price name. We -- ,,. _.

nous harem skirts with intermissionlength cloth over white satin and was o must make way for '60 models. Don't miss out! '
in front, graduating to centered with an embossed tiered
the floor. They carried cascadesof wedding cake decorated with lilies- For the best choice. of models, see us today. Stop in! Check the once-a-year Savings

yellow mums.A ofthevalley.For .
seated luncheon followed. Aftera a honeymoon tot the Gulf .
wedding trip to south Floridathe beaches, the new Mrs Stubbs wore
couple will reside here. a red silk suit with black acces I HARDEE MOTOR COMPANY
The bride was graduated from sories. I '
Madison High and Florida State The couple will be at home in
University. The bridegroom was Atlanta Ga, where the groom is CORNER BASE & HANCOCK STREETS Madison Florida
graduated from Andrew: Jackson an intern at Piedmont Hospital,
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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL contiguous. U S Navy with offices in the ,

AMENDMENT TO BE VOTED ON (4) No county shall be divided Pentagon Washington, D C has dLe

NOVEMBER 3, 1959 in creating a district. been promoted to Captain in the

NOTICE OF ELECTION (5)) Vacancies that are created by Navy. Mrs Weary is the former

WHEREAS, the Legislature of the reapportionment providing for Miss Mable Daphne Smith of

1959, under the Constitution of forty-four (44) senatorial districtsof Madison, daughter of Mr and Mrs

1885 of the State of Florida did the Senate shall be filled by Joe Hill Smith of Live Oak.

pass a Joint Resolution proposing the electors in the general elec- Mrs Emmaline Carpenter and :
amendment to the Constitution of tion in November
1960. Upon elec-
daughter, Dale Carpenter, left Sun-
the State of Florida and the same tion, new senators shall be electedin JEWELERSFor
I GIRARDIN day for New Orleans. Miss Carpenter -
was agreed to by a vote of three the new districts for the follow entered the Charity Hospital
fourths of all the members electedto ing terms:
there for a Nurses' Training course.x ,
each house that the votes of
; District
for. four
years. -- -
said Joint Resolution was entered District 40 for two (2)) years. SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL Mrs Lillie P Jenkins of Greenville Well, turn over a new leaf right away. Start saving

upon their respective Journals, with District 41 for four (4) years. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY brought in to the E-R office something out of each pay check, deposit it regularly ina

they the yes did determine and nays and thereon direct, that and District 42 for two (2) years. EXPERT REPAIRING Saturday a large pumpkin.., good friendly institution like ours, and 'before you
District 43 for four (4)
the said Joint Resolution be sub- years. i know it the squeeze will have vanished and you will have
District 44 for two (2)) years. MEMBERS
mitted to the electors of the State Thereafter, all Senators shall be NATIONAL Radiator Cleaning and established a habit that will lead on to better and happier
at the Special Election on Novem-
elected for a four year term.b s things in the future.
ber 3, 1959. BRIDAL
( ) House of RepresentativesThe e
NOW, THEREFORE, I, R. A. representation in the House of SERVICEVALDOSTAGA. General Automotive
GRAY, Secretary of State of the
Representatives shall be apportioned BANK OF GREENVILLE
State of Florida, do hereby give as follows: Repairs .
notice that
aSPECIAL Five ((5)) representatives to and MEMBER\ OF FEDERAL INSURANCE DEPOSIT

ELECTIONwill for the most populous county four CORPORATION
303 No. Patterson McWlLLIAMS GARAGE
'oe held in each County in
(4)) representatives to and for each GREENVILLE, FLORIDA
Florida on the first Tuesday after
of the two (2) next more populous
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the first Monday in November, A.
ounties; three (3) representativesto
D., 1959, the said Tuesday being the
and for each of the six (6)) next
third day of November, for the
more populous counties; two ((2)
ratification or rejection of the said
representatives to and for each of
Joint Resolution proposing Amend-
the fourteen (14) next more populous -
ment to the Constitution, of the
counties; and jn (1) repre-
State of Florida, viz:
,jentative to and for each of the
remaining counties of the state at
NO. 660
the time of such apportionment.
(c) First apportionment-reap-
apportionment proposing an
portionment.-The first apportionment -
amendment to Article VII, of the
of each legislative house
Florida Constitution providing for
; shall be in accordance with statute r
forty-four senatorial districts
; pro-
designating the senatorial districtsand
viding plan for apportioning House
the representation in the house
of Representatives and providing
; adopted at the 1959 session of the
plan for filling vacancies created
Legislature, and the next apportionment -
hereby and declaring emergency.
; an
of the Senate shall
WHEREAS, the Legislature of be at the regular sessionin

the State of Florida has determinedthat 1971, and the next appor-

an emergency requiring an tionment of the House of Repre-

early decision by the electors of sentatives shall] be at the regular is" ,a4
the state does exist, and, I session in 1961 based upon the r T '

WHEREAS an amendment to the 1960 Federal Census; and decennially r \ '

constitution dealing with the subject thereafter, the Legislature shall ?t ,- z t

matter of reapportionment reapportion its representation in

should be submitted to the votersof accordance herewith. Should it fail N .
the State of Florida at the \ : -
to do so, its duty shall continue in -
earliest possible time. NOW tI
every session of whatever type until
THEREFORE, reapportionment has been effected.

Be It Resolved by the Legisla-. i (d) Failure] to reapportion at
ture of the State of Florid regular session and providing for .

That the following amendmentof extraordinary session to perform \ A A Final Demonstration Climaxing Ford's 3 Years and 3 Milton I

Article VII of the Constitution reapportionment.-Should the legis- w A Miles of Research and Development on the New Ford Falcon .
of the State of Florida relating to I lature fail to reapportion the repre-
in the Senate and ,
apportionment sentation in the Legislature at any
House of Representatives be and I regular session as required, the A fleet of Falcons n going t3 undergo a final exhausting test over every single
a.- mile ot numbered U.S Federal Highway along a crisscross route that will
the same is hereby agreed to and I Governor or the Legislature itself mountain ranges tae et
include the ups and downs ot two mats challenges
shall be submitted to the electorscf I shall call] the Legislature into extraordinary MHT Emnnic*tin Dnxn tiportM every type ot roadway and thruway mall street and Boulevard. i
the State of Florida for approval -I session to perform its NSC UdM MOMTCM!w.r.a. ,

or rejection at a special,I duty within thirty days after ad-

called election as provided by' journment. No other business shall

Article XVII. Section 3 of be transacted during such session:

the Florida Constitution. and the session shall not recess for THIS VERY MINUTE. THE NEW-SIZE FORD

That three-fourths (%) of all more than seventy-two hours, except -

members elected to each house of that after a period of sixty
the Legislature does determine that I I days from the date the extraordi- IS ON ITS WAY TO YOU !

an emergency requiring an earlYdcision nary session is convened, the Gov-

by the electors of the state ernor may, by proclamation, or is the testedI51 On October 8, the hew-size Ford will
does exist with reference to this the Legislature may, by concurrent The Falcon, the New-Size Ford, already most thoroughly be at your Ford Dealer's for you to

amendment to Article VII of the resolution, recess the Legislatureto and proven new car in history. This week the new Ford Falcon starts experience. See your Ford Dealer today

Constitution. a future date, or may adjournthe H EXPERIENCE RUN(,u.s.A.,over every mile of numbered U.S.highway for more information on the Ford Falcon.
Section 1. Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4 Legislature sine die.e .
of Article VII are hereby repealedand ( ) Representation of a newly This is not a test run in the ordinary tested, paint-tested. stability-tested, fORD DIVISION. "'J.__.6.__
of the word. For in its 3 years of service-tested evfrythtnQiesied onFord's
in lieu thereof the following created county.-A newly created sense Falcon
and 3 million miles own proving grounds. The -
sections are hereby adopted:. county shall have one represents development over
of proving, the Falcon has already has already proved to engineers Coming your way soon
ARTICLE VH tive in the House of Representativesuntil kind of test that it takes anything they can dish out.
and repassed every
Section 1. Represent atron-Apportionment the succeeding, reapportionment passed Run will I
that could be devised. Now Experience USA. _
and until that time it shall Its been dust-tested, heat-tcsted, and show you what the Falcon can do over P 1 d
(a) Senate-The state shall be be part of such adjoining senatorial endurance-tested: on the test track at your kind of roads.

apportioned into forty-four (44) district as the Legislature shall Arizona. Wind-tested and How many miles to the gallon? Records ,

senatorial districts designated by determine.IN I rain-tested Kingman. in the 300 mph wind tunnel will be kept of every drop of gas P"-- T Lat

number in consecutive order. Such TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the University of Maryland. Shock.used.. Better gas mileage? The Falcon

apportionment shall provide fair- I have hereunto set my hand tested, curve-tested, brake-tested, noise.m average up to 30 miles per gallon 1 USBST C4IIX TNt WQtLO TO OWH j .
ness and equity among districts and affixed the Great Seal I

based: upon population, geographicarea (Seal)) of the State of Florida at

and economic affinity; pro- Tallahassee, the Capital, this

vided: the 1st day of September, A.

(1) There shall be only one rt D. 1959. HARDEE MOTOR CO
senator for each district(: t. R. A. GRAY, ; "

(2)) No district shall be composed Secretary of State h

of more than three (3) counties. Sept4, 11----' .

shall' ((3) not Counties be separated forming by a territoryof district NAVACO AWNINGS Corner Base & Hancock Streets Madison Florida'PAGE ,

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SPECIAL.PERMIT. 0 read the Fisherman's Calendar?
lilt .. you
OCALA I WHIN O r I Driver License SaleNew
driver licenses will go on

1O THRU J8 /- COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR I salt in the office of the County
PERMITTED Judge beginning September 1st to
ARCHERY HUNT your old license for renewal. Pricesare

I OPEN SEASON OCTOBER 17 Tim for rICh Der. "Tells Whes Fish Bile Beat" Operator $1.25; Chauffeur 225.
Your usual f tie cooperation in renewing -
1 13 I 14 I 15 I 16 I 17 I 18 I 19 I 20 month will be greatly appreciated.
::::::) ::::::> t)2:3: X3 teI : Sincerely yours, f
10J1 11:29 12:17 12:40 1:03 1:50 2:35 3:20 CURTIS D. EARP

l OSCeOLA NATIONAL FOREST ,'PM PM Ar.1 AM AM A31 A.11 AM County Judge.

r 5' THRU OCTOBER 31 J Blacker the Fish Better the Day for FhhtngJ ,

J S APALACHICOLA Brides Maids LuncheonMrs

I 5EPTEM8f21 SEASON THtttQcTOBER 31 HOW'ARD STUDSTILL Fred Glass Jr of Live Oak,
CHECK WITH GAME AND FRESHWATER was hostess Friday at The Pines,
OFFICES FISH TAL COMMISSION LAHASSEE,OCALA* at the bridesmaids luncheon for the
wedding. A several course luncheon
HU 3-6106 MADISON, FLORIDA was served. Gifts from the bride-'
I elect to her attendants were engraved -
silver book-marks. She received -

___ _.. ._ a lovely personal gift from
I the hostess.Trucker.
Former Perry Editor Aluminum"-- screens and frames-a

I: SUPER GOOD PassesWilliam HOWERTON cost less than SUPPLY wood. CO. SUMMER COTA-\COLD Killed NearGreenville

# Edward Inman 87 editor -
-s .
Wholesome, nutritious refreshment of the Taylor County Heraldat TAKE -/

anytime you want a treat that's Perry many years ago, and a
AaOD former school teacher, died at Perry Andrews StoreBurglarized for
A Monticello
good to eat Enjoy it often. Super truck driver was
last Friday. i symptomaticRELIEF killed near Greenville last Thursday
FOOD Sue is super good-it's superior. 666 -
,'.,'1 when the logs on his truck
rolled over on the cab and crushed
Mayo PastorRev. him.Killed

The Andrews Department Storeat Miss Nita Mae Williamson of was Abe Norton 53, of

E C McMullen of Lee has Greenville was burglarized early Mountain View, Calif., is here fora Route 3, Monticello. The accident
been appointed pastor of the Mayo last Thursday morning and about two weeks' visit with her father, occurred, 4miles north of Green-
Methodist church. He succeeds Rev ten dollars stolen. The burglar took Paul Williamson, and family, and; ville on the Claude Standley road,
W J Bennett Jr, who continues ill only two of the nine dollars in her grandmother, Mrs VV HViI-i a direct road used by loggers.
and is now under treatment in the cash register, and then took liamson. I Florida Hignway Patrol TrooperJoe
Duke hospital at Durham, N C. i eight dollars from a glass jar con- Peavy said Norton apparently
taining sales tax money. pulled off the road to let another
imaFs The burglar cut a screen above vehicle driven by Herbert Fulfordof
GARDEN the front door and crawled throughthe Greenville pass. His truck slid
A fan there. He left by the backdoor CONSTRUCTIONNew into some soft mud and went out
?' of
r ; leaving it open. control.
Mrs T C McNally entertainedthe and Remodeling The logs on his truck then slid
All Popular Flavors/ Cents Cups finis,family 4.GaltonsCommissioners' Camellia Circle Thursday morning forward and caved in the roof of
with twelve members. Mrs C Mrs Farris Bryant and three Howerton Supply Co. his cab. I
County This Board agreed to this proposal.Mr S Blalock is the 1959-60 chairmanand daughters of Ocala were week end I The truck belonged to W II .
A H Smith, City Clerk, Mrs R C Horne co-chairman. guests of Mr and Mrs D F Burnett. Hughes of Monticello. .
representing the City Commissionof Business .consisted of the annual
Proceedings Madison, asked the Board to Chattahoochee trip and program, .
make the City of Madison a flat set for Thursday, Oct. 22; the annual
rate for rental on the County Jail. Christmas Bazaar, the Florida
The City of Madison has been using Agriculturrd Extension Division
MADISON, FLORIDA the County Jail and has been pay- Course now in progress at the
September 2, 1959 ing rent at the rate of $1 per Madison Agricultural building, and FNALCLEARANCEI
The Board of County Commis- prisoner day. The Board agreed to the December luncheon when the
sioners of :Madison County, Flori- rent the jail facilities to the Cityof Camellia Circle will be hostesses. I
da, met this day in regular session.I Madison for $300 per year, beginning Mrs McNally gave a most in-
The Chairman, lIon DV Chason,I January 1, 1960. teresting program on the selection,
called the meeting to order. All The Clerk was instructed to ad- planting and cultivation of bulbs, !
members were present. Hon W G I vertise and sell for junk several. corms, tubers and rhizomes. The \r- f.
Rutherford opened the meeting witha junk automobiles that are nowparked i iI meeting opened with by Mrs
pra"er.lIr I I at the County Jail. These Paul Touchton. prayer Every 59 FORD in our showrooms .on our lots.. and in transit... '

Samuel W Winters appeared( cars were picked up under the 1 The Azalea Circle was enter- must be sold. regardless of how low we must go! Tremendous selection !

before the board and asked that the! beverage laws of the State of: tained by Mrs Van H Priest and of all models, most colors, all accessories. Come in with your .
Board pave the road from the Cherry] Florida. I Mrs I Harris and met in the patioat present car and cash in on these once-a-year savings! BUT HURRY
Lake School that runs North-North-] The Clerk was instructed to advertise the Priest home with 12 members -
westerly from the school to Cherry;j for a public hearing on the i. present. Mrs E B Wilson wasa r. y
Lake Drive. The Board agreed to 1 Board's intention to enter into the new member. Mrs J A Davis os
pave this road when funds permit.I County Free Library Program.I II I conducted the business program \
The Board had advertised forbids in session at ,
I I They meet special when outstanding activities of the Il-io
on 260 plywood auditorium I I 1 I I! 8:00 P. M. September 18 1959, for I I new year, including the annual
chairs 242 of these chairs to be! the purpose of holding this hearing.{! Health therapy trip to Chatta
installed on a slanting floor, 18 to The Board approved a proposed hoochee the Christmas Bazaar and ... .
be installed on a level floor. The:.. typical section of State Job No.I lawn and beautification programwere ..
following bids were received: I! 35581-3601-02-41. This project is discussed. Mrs CV Cantey ; .1A
Universal Seating Company: approximately 1 mile in length and I gave the program on Fall plantingof
260 No. 12-A opera chairs installed, is to be constructed at estimated cost I seeds and bulbs.Buffet I
$2,587.00. I of 5000000. Location of this pro-
260 No. 1G-A opera chairs installed ject is at the site of North Florida p __
$_'.717.00 Junior College. Dinner _
260 No. 71-A opera' chairs installed The Board approved the bonds'of
S2.834.00. members of the Madison County
American Seating Company: Health and' Hospital Board as follows The home of Dr and Mrs A F ,
1 260 No. 11-156 Plywood Auditorium : J J Sale, Jr, T F Livingston Harrison was the setting Wednesday .
chairs installed $3,195.40. I Mrs Esther K Home Henry evening for a buffet dinner .* GALAXIES GALORE WORLD'S WISEST CHOICE J !.
After careful consideration and Messer, Colin P Kelly and Frank I honoring C Copeland HI and his Come in now, OF WAGONS .
inspection= of the samples furnished,I| Cantey.On bride-elect, Miss Frances Stewart. ." while
the Board decided to accept the I motion by Hon Grover C I Hosts with Dr and Mrs Harrison there's a larger Our finest ever. ..
bid submitted oy the American Cone, seconded by Hon Elzie_King, were Mr and Mrs T L Fraleigh 'stock' to choose from!# :Yours at tremendous'
Seating Company, in the amountof the Board executed the right-of-way I! Mr and Mrs James Hardee, Jimmy '*. once-a-year savings..
319540. These chairs come witha contract concerning North Florida Hardee and Thed Fraleigh. FORD'S POPULAR J
lifetime guarantee against defective Junior College paving program, and I Rooms of the handsome residence CUSTOM 300 SEDANS
t workmanship or materials. Delivery adopted the necessary resolution were decorated with arrangementsof firing In your registration .
and installation is to be concerning rights-of-way and borrow daylilies and other seasonal i Every one brand new -be prepared for .
made not later than January 1, pits on this project. This resolution flowers. Pink was the color motif in and awaiting your bid!\ =
1960. and contract will appear ini the dining room where arrangements Immediate delivery, ,'
The Clerk was instructed to advertise these minutes in full detail., i j of pink oleander and gladioli :.ti WORLD'S FAVORITE V-8 -
a supplementary budget to The Board adopted the Pest Con-, centered the buffet and table. A MOST MODERN SIX fORD
the General Fund and create an trol Budget for the cities of Madison menu of baked turkey, ham, sea- ;
item for Secretary to the County and Greenville. This proposed r food casserole, salads, dessert and Your choice plus Fordomati, := .
Agent. This will amount to an expenditure budget had been advertised in the coffee was served., Cruise-O-Matic or conventionaldrive. .
of $1500. for the coming issues of the Enterprise-Recorder of 11 Gifts from the hosts to the Best prices in 5 yearg.- .
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year. August 21 and August 28, 1959. honorees were silver trays servers
Hon M W Cherry Jr, member of This budget will appear in these and bowls.A .
the School Board suggested that minutes in full detail large number of out of town
the Board of County Commissioners There being no further business, guests were present.Sherwin :r
and the Board of Public Instruction the meetingadjourned..
I, consolidate a special election D"V.. CHASON Chairman. Williams .- HARDEE. MOTOR CO.'

to be held in November concerning -I ATTEST: .
constitutional amendments with DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk. "
the Trustee election that is to be
held by the School Board. By doing CoolNAVACO AWNINGS : Corner Base & Hancock Streets Madison EJa.
this, the two Boards will share in 'I Bryan ,Electric Co. c ,

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preaching service every Sunday
Owner Night Phone 49-W SCHWINN BICYCLES
\VEVELCOllE preaching Service every Sunday
It! and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. morning COMPLETE LINE LAKE CITY, FLA. Franchised Dealers & Service

2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m.
School each FLOOR TILES ? f
Sunday j.
2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m.
Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday.1st # tJ'n
Prayer Service each '
and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a m AND 8 Jaycees Continue
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. I
2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. &
Family Night covered I
Family Night Covered Dish Supper CABINET TOPS
dish supper, Friday Membership, DriveJaycees G1NGEB All
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. 2nd Friday night every month

"Woman's Society of promptly at 7:00 p. nx FAVOR AGED
Christian Service Woman's Society of Christian Ser- Howerton Supply Co.. Paint CompanyStore

meets Thursday after vice meets on Monday night after 4 YEARSIN
Front Designingand Membership Chairman,I I
1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Hybert
Hendry, announces that the WOODPepsiCola ='
Men's Club meets
:Methodist Installation
The Methodist Men's Club meets
September campaign for 21 new
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alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on S4! __ ,_ -_ __ GLASS for EVERY PURPOSE members has gotten off to a fast
Springs Tuesday after
Tuesday after the 4th Sunday start with several new members already -
4th Sunday 8:00 p. m. SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW S'S
8:00 p. m. signed up. Two of the new
Official Board meets 1st Wednesday M A F .
numbered month The Official Board meets each BAPTIST CIRCLESMrs members Billy Beggs and Claude
each even 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music
Hart, were present at the meeting.
service. month following the supper on
after 7:55 News
prayer Any young man, 21 to 35 yearsof Bottling Co.
Commission on Education meets Family NightP. 8:00 Baptist Hour J Vickers entertained Circle
age, is invited to become a
1st Wednesday each odd numbered K. ROWELLv S. S. Supt. 8:30 Gospel Music No. 1 with 9 members present, Mon- member of the Madison Junior PERRY, FLORIDA

month after prayer service. MRS. W. \V. CATLEDGE, Treas.C. 9:00 Revival Time day am at 10 o'clock.Vhen members Chamber of Commerce. The Jaycees

JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. B. DAVIS PASTOR 9:30 Gospel Concert were assembled the hostess jneet every Friday at Hotel WVLD ON THE AIR

THOMAS SURLES, HARRY M. 10:00 News served refreshments, then the son's Banquet Hall. Madi-I I Thursday, Sept. 3, was the first

COCHRAN, Asst's. LEE METHODIST CHURCH 10:05 Sunday Serenade chairman, Mrs H E McArthur, and Chairman Hendry divided day for the new WVLD Radio station -
C. B. DAVIS, Pastor.FIP..sT 10:45 Prelude Mrs John Sevor devotional
to Worship gave the members into three teams, the J's on the air broadcasting from
11:00 Morning Worship thoughts and the program titled I I I Valdosta under 1450
BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching Every Sunday.1st the C's, and the E's which will!,
12:00 News Combining Our Mission Gifts. ,1000 Watts: It
can be heard dis-
FLA. and 3rd Sundays compete against each other in obtaining -
GREENVILLE, 12:15 Afternoon Melodies Circle No. 2 met with Mrs C T !I tir.cUyat Madison. The new sta-
School ..__ 10:00 A. M. ----- 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. new members. The team
Sunday !:
12:55 McWilliams
News Mrs D tion is
with Minteras the third broadcasting sta-
Mcrning Worship ......_ 11:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a, m.: Captains are Randell Rowe, Lee'
I 1:00 Afternoon Melodies co-hostess. Nine members were tion owned and operated by Nor-
Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday School Every Thompson, Wayne Weger. I
Baptist Training 1:30 Afternoon Melodies present. Devotional and program man Protsman, of Live Oak owner
J's of Randell ,
Sunday composed Rowe
: __ 730 P. M. -' '_ 10:00 a. m. are :
Prayer EocningVorship Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:40 Serenade In Blue combined and given as one. Re- Jimmie Hardee, Shorty Hiers,j of the Madison and Live Oak Sta-

..... .. 1:55 News freshments served. Joe! tions.
------ ---.--..-._ 6:00 p. m Tommy Beggs, Ashley Beggs,
HANSON METHODIST CHURCH ZEB WILLIAMS Pastor 2:00 Hour 0: Decision MrsV B Davis, Jr was hostessto Stafford, Hjbert Hendry, A T Gib-'

Preaching Services every First BOB SEARCY, Sunday School Supt. 2:30 Musical Sunday Circle No. 3 with 7 members son, Frank Graham, Jimmy Powers
and Third Sunday 11:00 A. M. I 2:55 News present. Following devotional, an Simon Kinsey Reggie Johnson, 0 ., e#
and 7:30 P. M. PINE CROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 3:00 Musical Sunday interesting program was given by C Kirkland, Richard Stringfellow, v

Sunday School every Sunday Preaching every Sunday I 3:55 News Mrs Elmer Fisher. Refreshments Red Cason Dick Burnett, Jimmy

10:30 A. M. Sunday School --_ 10:00 A. M.I 4:00 Hit Parade served. Cooke, V Dyson and Oris McNeal.

family Night Saturday beforeEvery Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M. 4:55 News Circle No. 4, which is the youngmatron's I The Cs are composed of: Wayne

second Sunday 4:00 P. M. Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 5:00 Music At Sundown Circle, and meets at I Weger Gordon Ashley, Don Arnott,

"KEV. C. M. SAPPINGTON. Pastor Evening 5:30 Headline & Weather night, postponed their meeting in j Robert Andrews, Ben Pfeil, Richard
Worship 8:00 P. M.. 6:33 Sign Off honor of the Youth Led Revival in Brockman, Billy Oliver Pete Wells
SUBJECT TO the church each evening. Alex: Smith Buddy Wyche, L P
Sunday School __._ 10:00 A. M. Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Nita McCullough Circle met with Gibson, Stanley Williams, Jim II
.._._ 11:00 A. M. i\V B SEALS
Morning \Vorship S S SuperintendentJ Mrs Elvira McDaniel with eleven Harvey Bob Crawford, Curry Mer

Baptist: Training Union 6:30 P. M. ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union Daily Program ScheduleWMAP members present. Mrs Mildred chant Horace Williams, David I

Evening Worship ."..._.._ 7:30 P. M. Bruner gave the devotional and Studstill, Lamar Roy and F Ferrell.
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. 3!. Director.ERNEST served.
program. Refreshments
GURR, Minister The E's are composed of: Lee Does your insurance
Brotherhood last Thursdayof 1230 ON YOUR DIAL ,
B Davis
Thompson, J Jr.
each month at ........ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO 6:00 A3L Sign On 1 qi Ketring, Robert Mickler, Wilbur cover theunmortgaged
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. I Rutherford, Luther Roth, Arnie

Evelene Kelley Circle 6:25Vorld & State News NEED YOUR WATCH REPAIRED Medders, Charlie Quick- Tommy part

3rd Thursday _...._. 2:30 P. M. Come Worship With Us 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour Livingston Don Eads, Ben Davis,

V. L. SINGLETARY. S. S. Supt Sunday School ....__..._ 10:00 A. M. 6:45 Rudy Hamrick, SEE KELLY WATCHMAKERAll Griffin Bishop Jimmy Sullivan, of your home?

. ALBERT KELLEY. B.T.U. Director Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M. (Mon. Wed. Fri.) Repair Work- Guaranteed Carlton Burnett, Modesto Otero,
I Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. News Joe Wright Graham Wheeler destroyed
WELCOME TO i E'eningVorship ..._... 8:00 P. M. 7:00 State News watches and bands fur that Howell Waring and Thed Fraleigh.The If your home were

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH i I Mid-week Prayer Service 8:00 P. M. 7:05 Coffee With Ray sppreciated gift. Jaycees will soon begin today would you have
Brotherhood 4th Friday 8:00 P. M. 7:45 World News enough insurance to cover
School __ 10:00 A. M. KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP offering radio time for sale for
00 '" Jack Pickles ..........._. S. S. Supt. 7:50 State News Radio September your investment? Make sure
Morning Worship ..._ 11:00 A. M. MADISON the Jaycee Day,
Training Union 00"__ 6:30 P. M. Sim Andrews .... B. T. U. Director 7:55 Weather News 24. the unmortgaged part of I

Evening Worship" 00............ 7:30 P. M. REV. M. J. FOWLER, Pastor 8:00 Coffee with Ray your home...the part you'vealready
9:00 0
Morning Devotions
)leaser Meeting .....:...... 7:30 P. M. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 9:15 paid for. is fully
Musical weekto
Interlude Mrs J D Scruggs left last
Church Business Meeting First CHURCH 9:30 Music Unlimited. GREAT LAKES, ILL FHTNC) visit her daughter Mrs Nate protected. Call us for a prop-

Wednesday night of each month. 10:00 News Gilbert C Donaldson son of Mr and Curtis in Monticello. erty insurance checkup.

Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second Preaching Services every Sunday 10:05 Music Unlimited Mrs Charles E Donaldson of Lee, I -
Thursday night of each month. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 10:30 Music Unlimited Fla. graduated from recruit train Morrow Insurance

Preaching Services Every Sunday Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 11:00 Music Unlimited ing Aug. 29 at the Naval Training Smith-Corona adding

Come Worship With Us. Sunday School every Sunday at 11:15 Public Service Center Great Lakes. 111. ,

REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor I 10:00 A. M. 11:30 Record Session -x- Machines typewritersand AgencyPhone

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. 12:00' World News Mr and Mrs Gordon Ashley and ,

REV. I. T. CARTER Pastor Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes daughters Randi and Theo and HU 3-6250

Services every Sunday. at 8:00 P. 1LBrotherhood '12:30 Talk Of The Town Suzanne Knox were guests of Mr cash registers. MADISON FLORIDA

Sunday School _.............. 10:00 a. m. first Thursday every 12:40 Uncle Ned and Mrs Starke Connor in Live
Horning \Vorship _...n 11:00 a. m. month at 7:30 P. 3!. 12:45 State News Oak during the week end. The Representing ikf

Training Union ............ 7:00 p. m. E'erroouyVeloome.. 12:50 Farm News Hartford FireInsurance
EeningVorship _...... 8:00 p. m. REV. J. R. COLLINS, Pastor 12:55 Weather News When buying Company .rl. I

Prayer Meeting Wed. .... 7:30 p. m. MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade your Enterprise-Recorder Croup

L. D. S. SERVICE 701 South Range 1:55 News from
Bible Study __ 10:00.-. 2:00 Gospel Time E-R Newsboys I W . . . .
Lord's Supper and '
LATTER DAY SAINTS 2:45 Afternoon Melodies Please DO NOT park in the' eOneCreatleam
Edification .,_,...,_ 11:00 A. M. : :
Sunday School........... 10:00 a. m. Bible Study ___ 7:00 P. M. 2:55 World &: State News street and make your newsboy run
Sacrament Meeting ........ 11:00am. Preaching 7:30 P. M. 3:00 Afternoon Melodies out into the street to make a sale. .
Relief Society and Priesthood Time 3:45 Public Service Kindly pull over to the curb. :
Ladies' Class I Gas &
Thursdays instructions Amoco White Super Permalube Oil
and place as announced at Sacrament 4:00 News Our newsboys have :
Meeting.LL NEW HOPEFUL 4:05 Request Parade to STAY OUT of the streets, and I tat .

SERVICES AT AMERICAN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 4:55Vorld &: State News we will appreciate your cooperating :. .

LEGION HALL Services every first and third 5:00 Request Parade with us AXD THEM for I. .

E R. CARRYL. Branch Pres. Sundays at 11 a. m., and 8:00 p.,m. 9:45 Sports Highlights THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very I.

RIDGE ROAD, CHERRY LAKE Sunday School every Sunday 10:00a. 6:00: World News much. I 'G ..J n M' ea

m. 6:15 Twilight Tunes e

MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST Training Union every Sunday 7:00p. 6:55 News GOODYEAR TIRES I. ,.< .
CHURCH 7:00 Sign bff a
SL R. Sapp __ Chairman Board of CHA.'GEVITHOUT NOTICE 6 It+te .
Deacons. I U. S. 90 EAST. MADISON .
:Elly Bailey ....... BTU DirectorLeroy Welcomes You e
Services Sunday Plagued Day And
Cruse _..... Associate Director Every
Zeroy Cruse __'", S. S. Supt Sunday School 10:00 A. M. .

Miss Merle Bass .......... Song Leader lIorninVorship! 11:00 A. M. NightwithBladderDiscomfort Georgia MEDDERS ee

Tics Juanita Cruse .__.... Pianist Choir Practice _.___ 6:00 P. M.
Sunday School ._... 10:00 A. M: Training Union 6:30 P. M. ? PLATE GLASS/

:aSorning Worship ......? 11:00 A. M.Tfciming Evening Worship _".'_ 7:30 P. M. UawUe eating or drinking may be s A
Wed. 7:30 P. M.SEVENTHDAY source of mOd. bat annoying bladder compa Y
Prayer Meeting,
Union 7:00 P. M.Xwerring irritations-making you feel rest
Worship .__ 8:00 P. M. ADVENTIST '-.nights and uncomfortable.with nagging And backache.if restless GLASS AMOCO STATION

Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30 P. Las CHURCH doe headache to over-exerlioa.or moacolar strata aches or and emotional pains GLASS BLOCK e _\

lust I am without one plea. Services every Saturday at Mad- vpaet.arc adding t.your nitery-doat MIRRORS *
**aU-try Doaa'a Pins, /
X come Regardless of your clothes ison American Legion Hall. Doaa'a Pflli act 8 ways for speedy ARNIE MEDDERS Owner I
Sabbath School begins 2 p m, relief 1-They bar a seething effect ,
condition. Whether cotton Home OB bladder irrita Olll. t-A fut painreUeriag 215 W. Savannah Ave. e .
spun. You are welcome in Church\ Service at 3 p. m. action o. Bagging bacfcarb, -Phone: CHERRY 2-5285. AMOCO Gas Tires Batteries & Accessories '
our E Q WILLIS. S S Supt h.. eho. oaeolar stag and pataa.. New Greater No-lead .
ehorch service. S-A I
wooderfBlly mild draretfe action
Valdosta, Georgia
HAROLD YATES, Pastor Tele- tkro the kidneys tending to iaereaac the U LUBRICATION WASHING A POLISHING .
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD phone HU 3.651'T.Everyone ootput. of th* 1( mflea of kidney tabea.So. .
get the time happy relief esllionhaw .
Furday School 10:00'A: '3!. Welcome! 'oajoyod for rtr M yearn. New. FOLEY LAWN MOWERS CORNER BASE A SHELBY ST!. "
Morning Worship _._ lllOO A. M.Evening bug so.ont sine saves BMaey. Get .
FREE Touch-typing course with e PHONE HU 3-9419
Worship 7:30 P. M .
SMITH-OCRONA portable 10 per cent Down Payment
Youth Service Wednesday 8:00: P. M. every LOAN'S PIUS .
REV. B. B. BRICKLEY, Pastor typewriter at The E-R. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. a a. a . .8. '. .e a, ., -.