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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 18, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Tri-Uunty Electric HANSON NEWSPine MADISON- Concord Baptist ChurchA i DELINQUENT TOWN OF GREENVILLE TAX LIST, ]:REAL MADISON ESTATE COUNTY, FLORIDA

Notice is hereby given that the following described lands, or so
revival will begin Sept. 20th ,
To Hold Grove W M U met in the IHANKYOU and continue through Sept. 27th. much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes
Cooperative home of Mrs B F Davis Thursday Morning Services 11:00: o'clock. of 1958 herein set opposite to the:same,together with costs of such sale
Sept been and advertising, will be sold at J public auction on Monday, October
afternoon 10 for the regular It has my privilege to have Night Services 7:30 o'clock.
12th 1959 11:00 at the City Hall in the Town of Greenville Fla.
l9thAnnualMeeting at am
been a of Madison and Mad-
monthly program. There were 12 Part Pastor Rev Virgil Lovett doing -- TAX &
member ison Co. I shall always keep ;awarm the preaching. Special music most ,
present. .One- new was :: NAME PENALTY
DESCRIPTION
spot" in my heart. for the evenings by singers from Cairo, Ga.
The Annual ,:..Meeting! of s Tri- added Mr/ W B 'i:Seals'was ::program fend memos 'that =.I. have I ac- 22tchDK 20 In 7e 1 1/5 part of SW% of
Ccunty Electric Cooperative: Inc.. leader After;th program quired of Madison. SEH Reed in DB 51 PG 376 _..'Willie Lee Cowart $10.36
be held at the 'Cooperative office different chairmen gave reports I shall always be grateful to the 20 In 7e part of NE% of SE a
and grounds Madison. Florida and officers were elected for the Southeastern Telephone Co. for GREENVILLE BATES DIES IN Reed In DB 28 PG 284 C T Tillman 1L14
S.
Saturday, Sept. 19th. Registrationof C. 20 In 7e Part of SEtt of SEU
new year. The hostess served de- allowing me to serve in Madison,
members begins at 2:00 p. m. and Dr C 0 Bates of Greenville' S. Reed DB 88 PG 467 __.._.- ....,.Dorman. Capan 256:
licious refreshments.Mrs equally as grateful to the C. brother-in-law of Mrs H D "
and the business meeting at 4:30 BLK A Highway S/D Lots No.
Lula Odom spent the week Madison area for accepting me Oxford of Madison died Tuesday Clemons 4.12
p. m. 19,19,20,21......Simp
in'"Madison and my family. You made us feel morning in Greenville "
end with
her sister a hospital
,
LOWER RATES: At a time BLK C Lakeview SID Lot No.
when all other costs are skyrocketing Mrs Idell.Tuten.. as though of we had always and been after an extended illness. Mrs Ox 12 _. __......__.__Roger Coker 1.78Kattie
a part the community belonged
Rev and Mrs L Gurr ford and daughter, Mrs, Francis 7e7 -f
the board of trustees E and there. 21 In Part of SW% of
and the management find it family attended Home Coming at Phillips, left at once for Green- NWW Reed in DB 86 PG 244 Lou Mason. r 2.56
There is sadness in
a my heart ville attend
the funeral.
feasible to lower the rural and Benevolence Baptist Church near when I think of being separated to Blk 20, Lot No. 23,. Town of ".
residential rate. This reduction has Clyattvllle Sunday.Mr .' Survivors include his wife; one Greenville _.. Simp Clemons 2.56
been made possible due to the from your communitytbut he who daughter, Mrs Sarah Bates, and Blk 30 Lot 9, Town of Greenville Willie- Mae Mills 1.44
anti Mrs B F Davis had Mr stands still is sooner or later ,
growth and efficient operation of one granddaughter, Miss Peggy Blk 32, Lot 28, 29, 30 Town of
pushed back. I will
the system. and Mrs Delbert''Villiamson and and am sure succesSor you Bates, ,all of Greenville and one Greenville .____.....:;____.____ ,.Pearl. Anderson 3j34
PATRONS' CAPITAL REFUND two children of bloody Field visiting the show, extend, to my sister. Blk 40, Lots No. 32, 33 _m._.Bud Bee 2.06 .
kind
heart and
same warm
CHECKS MAILED: On September them Sunday. consideration extended Blk 40, Lots No. 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 James Hawkins Jr I 3.62
have to
8 the first patronage refund checks Miss Shirley Parker of Quitman me. In closing you I would like to LEE NEWS NOTESAmong Blk 41. Lots No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, T ; IfWillie '
were mailed to some 2500 mem- spent last week here with her MADISON-THANKS 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, Town of GreenVille .*
bers and patrons of Tr. }; ounty brother-in-law and sister, Mr and say FOR f*EVERYTHING. _.. Mae Nelson 4.62
Electric Cooperative. Tbe obtdfof Mrs Marcus Morrison.Mrs John. H. Dickinson and Family those from Lee who wentto Blk 41, Lots No. 28, .29, 30, 31,
trustees finding the Cooperativein Jacksonville Sunday to be at 32,33,34.-......_ .Willie Mae Nelson I. 4.12
Etta Blair of Jacksonvilleand
a sound financial position, decided the McMullen and Cherry wedding Blk 43, Lot No. 16 .--... ... Mitchell and James Young 2.06
that it is permissible to refund Mrs Lula Pritchard of Clyatt- OAK( HILL NEWSThe were Mr and Mrs M W Cherry Blk 49 Lots 3 and 4 ----.....--R C Robinson 12.98
a part of the 1951 patronage ville have been visiting Mrs Nonie and Mr and Mrs Marcus Cherry Elk 49, Lots 10 and 11 __.....!_Joe A Potts 2.06J

capital at this time. Future plans Meeks. Pinetta Community Council and two boys, Allen and Douglas.Mr Blk 49 Lots 15 and 16 -. Vickers 2.06 '
call for refunds to be made each Mrs Keavie Smith of Madison celebrated Labor Day with open and Mrs J C Martin and Blk 49 Lot 5 P H Hagan 1.28

year. Since the patronage capital spent the first part of the week house, comer stone laying ceremony guests for the week end, Mr Olin Blk 50 Lot 30 ........-............_....-.. Mitchell and James Young2.06
............... Abraham Roberts & Hester Ross 2.06
plan went into effect beginningwith here with her aunt Mrs Lula an excellent speech by Rev Rutherford of Lake Wales, Mr and Blk 51, Lot 40f.
the year 1951 the refunds Odom. Mrs Martin and guest Mr and I 28 In 7e, Part NEtt iv; ;
Marvin contest and
Murphy Queen ,
earned for that year will be repaid I Mrs J C Lyons and Jimmy, Mrs Reed DB 53 PG 10 & DB 65 PG
Mr and Mrs B F Davis
first. To say the least thisis gave an auction enlivened by songs from Lizzie Lee Webb and Don Donald 177 less Amt Recd DB 78 PG 486 Cora Crews 4.62
for Tri-County Rev and Mrs E L Gurr and family several talented men, concludingwith NEtt of NEU
a Banner Year and Mr and Mrs Norman Welch 29 In 7e Part of
Electric Cooperative, Inc. and the deacons and their familiesof a bountiful picnic supper and two boys, attended the Golden Recd DB 70 PG 173 ...-.........- Marie Payne 256
Pine Grove a supper Friday served on tables in the building.A family reunion at Wayside Park 20 In 7e Part of SEtt of SEtt
night, which was enjoyed very large crowd from Pinetta and Sunday.Mr Reed DB 40 PG 102 ..-..-.-.Suwannee Plywood 256
500 New Books .- much. Salads, baked ham, fried surrounding communities attended. and Mrs Clayton White and 21 In 7e 1% Acres in SWU of

chicken rolls, cake coffee and tea. WEDDING two children and Mrs H E Bass SW% Reed in DB 28 PG 493
HAMMOCKUACKSON
At Library were served. Miss Jean Hammock and Mr of Okeechobee, Mrs Mamie Adamsof Conv. By E J E Hays .....-....-...Suwannee Plywood 23J34
Wauchula and Mrs Ruth Hem- Blk 41A, Town of Greenville
Several from here attended the Bennie Jackson of Lake Park were bree and daughter Linda Beth Lots No. 9, 10, 11. 12, 13. 14 Suwannee. Plywood 4.12
Messrs Blasick and Andrews of Strickland-Pickles weeding at Hope- quietly married Sept 5 in Valdosta. of Steinhatchee spent the week end MRS. ALBERT BYRD, Clerk Town of Greenville, Fla.

the Regional Library brought over well Sunday afternoon. Miss Hammock is the daughterof here with Mrs R L Moore and
to the local library Monday 500 Family night was held at Han, Mr and Mrs Tommie Hammock. family. STAG SUPPER COMPLIMENTS fellow.employees at the Madison

new books suited to pre-school son Methodist Church Saturday Mrs Carol Evers of Tallahassee Miss Helen Stokes of Jacksonville PROSPECTIVE BRIDEGROOMElbert Post Office. A sea-food menu with '

children through the teens. This night. A bountiful supper was:. spent the week end with her spent a few days here with coffee and dessert was served.

was the first deposit of new books served. Rev C B Davis pastor ol parents, ?Mr and ?Mrs Belton her parents Mr and Mrs Frank Hosts presented the honoree witha

under the regional' set-up and Rocky Springs and Cherry LakeMethodist Buchanan. Stokes. Strickland, whose mar- set of china a set of. kitchen

they were brought prior to Oct.. Churches, was guest Mrs Glenda Jackson spent the Mr and "Mrs. R M Moore and riage to Miss Lantie Louise ware and utensils. Hosts were

1st which was to be the opening speaker. weekend at Falmouth with her Mr Asa Williams went to Jackson- Pickets took place Sunday at the postmaster M J Blalock, Carroll

day.More Hanson H D' Club met with Mrs grandmother Mrs. Alice Bland. ville Sunday for a visit with Mr Hopewell Baptist Church, was Blalock Jr. Bill Brown, G E

books tor, .older groups C ,, W B Raines Monday afternoon I Mrs Rufus. Sullivan of Lee spent "and Mrs Oscar Allen and family. complimented with a stag supper, Christmas Harry L Cowart S G

are to come later. with 13 present. two days with her daughter, Mrs longer. Mr visitS Williams stayed over for a prior to the wedding given at the Morrow Eddie Edwards, and Wil-

Talmage Bland, this week. Withlacoochee River Lodge by.,mer Strickland.
F C and Mrs Elbert R Ham-
Mr and Mrs. Bob Browning and l Mrs C M Watson of Coleman, Mr Wayne Kirkland of Valdosta -
rick of Fort Benning Ga Miss
daughter Lisa were weekend guestof s I Fla is aisitor here this weed k;
spent some time with his grand Lorene Reams of Valdosta and Mr PRESENTS
Mr Broadus Willoughby another I with her son and daughterinlawand r mother Mrs Melissa Alderman, Charles Lee of Clemson S C, were

relatives. children the C Watsons.. Saturday.Mr recent guests, of Mrs Cleo Ham- INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT FLORIDA

Don Gregol of Tampa has rick and B W Hamrick.
You can heFp, too joined Mrs Gregol here for a From reports, there was a good ,
attendance of the Youth Fellow- :
lengthy visit. I :241\\
at the Methodist church here .a
I, I I'VE' APPOINTED MONEY TALKS, HERB. WMS of First Baptist Church ship Monday night about 126. Good I

MYSELF JO COLLECT HERE'S TEN eu ICS- met Monday 8 p"m for Royal Ser- talks'were given by several of the ... -
ANY LITTLE BIT4 > NEVER LET fT BE SAID vice program. A short business youth leaders also by several of 1, j p

4 YOU MIGHT WANT THAT DA6WOOO BUMSTEAD session was beld for election of the adults. It was a very profitableand

TO CONTRIBUTE DOESN'T REALIZE THAT officers as follows: Pres: '3Irs: Florence enjoyable affair. During the lf

TO TWE BOX SCOUT THEBOV SCOUTS OF ) McMillian, 1st V PresMrsJ social hour sandwiches; cakes and

FINANCE APPEAL 70DA9 ARE L Davis 2nd,V Pres- Mrs R L iced drinks were served.A ;

THIS YEAR THE -600D Crafton, Sec & Treas-Mrs Tom very interesting program was
CITIZENS OPTOMORROW': Drew. Mission StudyMrsV L given at the Methodist church
\\ Sunday night by the WSCS. Mrs? I
Jb Wynn, Conv Missions-Mrs Howard Waldron Ragans had charge of the

( v Coody, Stewardship-Mrs Theron T business and Mrs James Williams

i Morrison. PrayerMrs Bertie Wal- gave' the devotional and a very
ker, Children's HomeMrs Edgar interesting reading: Mrs Ed Smith

Blair SunbeamsMrs C C Crafton. also gave a reading and Spiritual r
V G AMrs Tommie Hammock.Mrs Life. Next meeting wilt be in the

..., Sarah Hammock is spendingsome home of Mrs Marcus'Cherry Mon-
after the fourth undaY.
day night
time with her daughter
Mr and Mrs 0 L Holloway and I
Mrs Earnest Young in Jasper. last week FLORIDA PORTS Ii
daughters had as guests i
'NL Mr and Mrs H L Pennington Mr and Mrs Smith of Columbus.Ga. Better and better Port facflitiea, and extension of trade With i

I visited her mother Mrs Lllla South and Central American countries, Europe and the Orient
Crafton, Sunday. Mr Penningtoh Mr Calton Whitty and son have helped Florida tremendously. The leading ports are at)
had the misfortune to break his Shelley of Baldwin and Mr Harvey Jacksonville Tampa. Pensacola. and Miami. Many factories)

toe recently and is wearing a cast. Smith of Tampa were luncheon have expanded; new industries, such as paper and pulp produc-y
Mr and Mrs Austin English guests Saturday of Mr and Mrs tion, are'erecting large plants; the dredging of channels: baabrocghvbeUer

daughter of Tampa were dinner S E Whitty.ton Poat--Opcommodd! s.cow

fOU ,7 guests of.Mr and Mrs Cecil Craf- Monday. '

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". For instance m.ditaf. for a minute come with business. Your business. are in, and reduces-the value of any
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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 pec- town help. to send some of these
\ druggists, We're social critters, and depend on
pie like doctors plumbers handy people away from here.
firemen, preachers, mechanics; tax- each other for many things. But
payers, 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
These all_come with towns. Towns the profits on whatever business you I scratch yours in.turn.THESE .
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MADISON BUSINESSMEN ARE GENUINELY INTERESTED IN


THE FUTURE OF THIS COMMUNITY AND IN YOUR WELFARE


TRADE AT HOME WHERE YOUR MONEY BENEFITS YOU!

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

MADISON CLEANERS
RAGANS MOTOR CO. THE VAN H. PRIEST CO. --

WAYNE W. WEGER, Jeweler

THE ECONOMY STORE GROOVER TRACTOR CO. MICKLER'S LAUNDRY


WELLS FURNITURE CO. SETZER'S MADISON HOME CENTER

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\ EAGLE DEPT STORE .
MADISON DRUG STORE
RADIO STATION WMAF i '

DuNN FURNITURE CO. -" HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
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.... WESTERN AUTO STORE I Ih
;iTHE ROSERY ..
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SHAFFER & HOWARDAuction

WELCOME N. F. J. COLLEGE STUDENTS I
/ I Saturday, September 19

Sale ;- WE OFFER DOUBLE FEATURE .
WRITTEN ON THE WIND, in

Technicolor, starring Rock Hudson,
I Lauren Bacall. What a man and a
18thAT SPECIAL RATES woman tells each other should be

Friday, September MADISON written on the wind, especially

i DRIVEINTHEATRENow when a web of romance is spun
3 P. M. with passion and distrust. She was
\ to College Students For Lunches under new management; open
the talk of the town and when she
every night. Children under 12
wanted a man she took himbutshe
SAM HOWARD'S FARM (in cars) always free. never could get the right one.

MADISON RESTAURANT
BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:45 P. M. THE BADLANDERS, in cinema-

4 miles West of Nankin, Ga. SHOW STARTS 7:15 Scope and Metrocolor, starring Alan

Phone HU '3-2246 Madison, Fla. PROGRAM I' Ladd, Ernest Borgnine, Katy Jura-
\ do. They wanted gold and were in
S 50 ROLLS OF 46'IN.. WIRE Friday-Saturday, September 18, 19 position to steal a fortune in

KING CREOLE, with Elvis Presley minutes. They made their point

PLENTY OF CEROSOTE POSTS the hard way. Plunderers, the
and I hunted, the lawless and the brave-

SAGA OF HEMP BROWN in filmed in the vast badlands of historic -
A :MODEL FARMALL Registration Books "Too Late To Classify Technicolor, with Rory Calhoun I Arizona. A powerhouse of a

c and Beverly Garland.Sunday.Monday prison picture. Cartoon.SundayMonday .
e FORD TRACTORS & EQUIPMENT I a
Open Through Oct 3 BROADUS WILLOUGHBY September 20, 21 September 20, 21
i REALTOR IMITATION OF LIFE in Technicolor i SOME LIKE IT HOT, starring
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DUSTERS i, Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, Jack
Phone, office HU 3.6481 with Lana Turner and
Registration books are open in Phone residence HO 3-6481 Sandra Dee.TuesWedThurs. Lemmon. It's dizzy, daffy and de-
LOTS OF OTHER EQUIPMENT the Court House each day from 9 MADISON FLORIDA I lightful Hot or cold, you'll love
am to 5 pm through Oct. 3 preceding FOR SALE: One 2-story, good, Sept. 22, 23, 24 I this fun-filled film farce. The
I the special election Nov., 3. old house, two blocks from post- INN OF THE SIXTH HAPPINESS -!. funniest film in many a year. Car

A. E. RAGANS, office. Three baths $2,000 down, in Technicolor, with Ingrid I toon. "
MRS. DAVIS APPOINTED Supervisor of easy terms on $6500 balance. Bergman and Curt Jurgens.
Registration. Tues-Wed. 23'
CREDIT BUREAU MANAGERMr One good 3-br house, large lot, September 22,
MESSER James Stanley, chairman of (Through Oct 2) in Lee, Fla., near Cherry's Feed Star Route MailOverturns HOME BEFORE DARK, starring
Simmons Rhonda Fleming,
__ the Credit Bureau of Madison Store. Only $7,500. Jean ,
One new c-b house in Lakeside Dan O'Herlihy. She' had to be lovedor
County announces that Mrs Marion
Battery & lire Co.fers Davis has been appointed managerto Christian Education Terrace, $400 down plus closing Truck lose her mind. The story of

fill the vacancy due to the resignation costs. 5%% mortgage on balance. a girl who had everything from
New Goodyear 670 x 15 All of Mrs Coleen Bunker. Program One 2-br house 2 blocks northof The Star Route mail truck her husband' except real love. The

'eather tube-type tire for only Mrs Davis will assume her duties Frank's Cafe. Only $5800. carrying mail from Jacksonvilleto story and star performance that

2.95 plus tax and recappable tirer October 1. She has lived in this Good house In Yellow Pine. Small Tallahassee, overturned one- will make this the greatest emotional -

I section most of her life and is down payment, good mortgage. half mile east of Lee at 4:30 am'' experiepce and most discussed -

well! known in the community. She At the Presbyterian women of Several farms and ranches. Wednesday, resulting in the com- : picture in many a day.

Ben 0 Mercer is attending graduated from Aucilla High School the church meeting Monday morn- plete wreckage of the 1936 panel- i Cartoon.

National Dental Convention in I and attended North Florida Junior ing Mrs Beasley Cole, Mrs John PLACE FOR SALE: On Hig'hwayro September 24, 25
truck, the property of W I Peter- Thursday-Friday
w York City this week.x College last year. Her husband is Dovjak and Mrs J M DuRant pre- two miles west of Green- son of Jacksonville.Trooper DOUBLE FEATURE
W B. Davis, Jr and she has two sented ville, Fla. Business with living
I the Christian Education Peavy, who investigatedthe i HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL,

illy Beggs is leaving today for, are daughters attending, Judy:Mercer and University Florida, who at program in which it was empha- LEAN quarters, R combined.3, Box 57,G Greenville B GIL-, accident, said the driver of I starring Vincent Price, Carol Oh-
his sized that A house haunted by unspoken -
gory University to resume Christian education is mart.
Macon, Ga. this year. Florida. 3-4t-pd the truck, David Harold Martin
lege course after serving in the not true to its name if it fails to of Jacksonville, was headed west fears and terrifying sus-
Mrs Davis feels
that the import- dim
stalks the rooms
FOR SALE: One large Westinghouse Terror
pense.
ed Services. present the whole gospel for the
ance of Credit can't be rated too when his vehicle ran off the hand of murder strikes
electric refrigerator and and the icy
highly, and she plans to put forth whole world. stove. Both are in good condition.You shoulder of theroad., .In his effortto from shadowy corners.
THINKING every effort to have an efficient Mrs Henry Ragans presided over back
can see me, or Mrs Waldron get the truck on the paved I I
ana successful bureau. the SMILEY GETS A GUN, in
business
meeting when activities Ragans, at the Ragans home on road he lost control and it turned
ABOUT MOREINSURANCE ,Irs Bunker wishes to express for the next month were Highway 90 East, just out of Lee, completely over and landed on I' cinemascope and DeLuxe color,
tier appreciation for the fine cooperation starring Keith Calvert, Margaret
planned. Fla. MRS J C BLACK. 3-lt-ch .
its wheels. He was uninjured.No
she has had from the Christensen. A heart-winning storyof
Mrs J M Gammon, who with
? business men as well as the Credit FOR SALE: Practice Piano. Call case was made against the I a heart-warming boy who gets
1 Bureau Members. Her associationshave her family is leaving for Lake EMALINE CARPENTER HUnter 'driver, due to the bad condition of into heart-thumping scrapes. Not

been most pleasant and she City, S C, was presented with a 3-6534 after 5 p. m. 3-lt-pd I the road. I since "Tom Sawyer" has there
feels the Bureau is an asset to silver bowl and salad set as a gift __ been such a lovable youngster.

the town. She feels confident that of remembrance from the womenof WANTED: Lady to help' care fcr Mr and Mrs George Davis of Cartoon.

o ? dfr the new manager, Mrs Davis, will I the church, Mrs Kirby Reich- invalid lady, and with house- Miami, who accompanied their
be competent and wishes her every keeping chores. Home equippedwith Jimmy Bevan of Georgia Tech
1 mann made the presentation. Rochelle FSU last
I daughter to
success. modern conveniences. ToI was the weekend guest of his parentsMr
__ a. live in. Liberal salary. C F''week, were guests of Mr and Mrs and Mrs Joe Bevan. He was accompanied -

BIRTHDAY PARTY WALKER Rt. 1, Box 252, Mad- Benjamin Davis for a short visit here by little Nat Nor-
Mrs Princess Riggs entered a and accompanied home by
ison, Fla. 3-lt-pd ; were fleet Jr. who visited his grandparentsMr -
Tallahassee hospital for treatment, Sarah June Davis daughter of their son George, who had been
Sept 14. WANTED: Settled lady to live in and Mrs Fred Mickler.x .
Mr and Mrs Benjamin Davis cele- visiting the Benjamin Davises
home & care for invalid mother -
brated her seventh birthday Satur- 1 here.
and do light house work. Must be The attractive new house at 123
THE SQUAWS NEWS day morning with a party at her dependable. If interested, con- -x- Woodlawn Terrace Lakeside recently -
home with seven Michael Bland, 10 yearoldsonof
young friends who tact Mrs A L McLEOD, Rt 3 completed by Realtor Broad-
enjoyed the occasion with her. Mr and Mrs Harold Bland, who
Madison. 3-lt-pd been sold to
has
Sure is a rainy day today'and I Games were played on the lawn. has been under treatment at a Tal- Willoughby who

looks like it might rain all night.A The lovely white birthday cake WANTED: Two waitresses, pref- lahassee hospital for several days, have Mi and moved Mrs into Hybert the home.SULLIVAN'S Hendry.

good night to sleep. embossed in silver pastel candies erably experienced. Apply in is now convalescing at home.-- -

f: ,-"_ < > ,, ;) 1 am aiming on moving out of held seven candles. Ice cream, cake, person to CHUCK WAGON.
N <0': > the chiefs house in the near future punch and candy were served. Sarah 3-lt-ch

>. ;1 ? ,; some where, tired a living here. June received attractive gifts. .
Mrs 0 0 Mickler has returned to SINCLAIR STATION
Y About to have another nervous
.
I I <. :j break down and then I might have Mr and Mrs Joe Peavy and son Tallahassee from a visit here last I
: : 'to be carried to the burying ground. week with Mr and Mrs Fred Mickler.
\'=... ,:.:", ..:.: .: :" '". J. The Dr in Marianna said I Robin have returned from a week'svacation SPECIAL FOR SEPTEMBERA
l t- a. --" spent in Waycross, Ga
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should be quiet, so that is why

C. E. QUICK I am moving out for keeps this I with Jacksonville Mrs Peavy's where relatives they attendedthe and in Cherry Pie ContestAll FREE CAR WASH with every Grease and Oil Change ':


_ 168 BOX 29 y! time.Mrs Allie B Erskins friend that' McMullen-Cherry weddingand CHECK ON OUR GAS PRICES
MADISON. FLORIDAAPT'PLAN. has been living with her so long visited Florida beaches. girls and boys who have
JIMMY SULLIVAN new owner, cordially invites the public to
has moved away; he is gone to passed their 14th birthday by

Taylor County.I THEVEATHER\ January 1, 1960, but will not have come by for "efficient, dependable and courteous serviceor
I \\ still live in Madison passed their 21st birthday on

Gulf 1U* ant can taII Tat County and in Greenville, out east January 1, I960, are eligible to

with Adapt-A-Plan. yoxii tail down side the railroad in Mrs I Week ending September 15, 1959 enter the first lap of the National
ana adaptable. For szpia. Grace Porter's house.
a family tacos plan can The first sun shiny day I will Max. Min til. I Cherry Pie Baking Contest, sponsored Phone HU 3-2528 Madison Fla.On .
proTid* substantial tads. Wednesday 89 72 .01 I locally by the Florida ,
tacom Gin Urn s coO be moving Thursday 89 70 .10!
The Squaw I i Power Corporation Mrs Amy I Ii U. S. 90( Cor. Base and Washington Sts.
Friday 90 71 .12 ,
I i Thompson, director of the company's
Saturday 80 72 .19
home service departmentannounced
I
Sunday 74 72 .16
Monday 83 72 .03 today.Contestants : 's .: n s
Tuesday 76 68 57 j.I must be unmarried.

ATTENTION : No person who has previously FRESH GARDEN SEED

TOTAL 1.18 represented his state is eligible for

Rainfall week ending Sept. 12that the National Cherry Pie Contest.

Gibson Tower 1.60 in Aucilla The local winners will receivea
RESTAURANT AND Tower 1.80 in, Sinclair Tower 1.50 ONION SETS, TURNIP, MUSTARD, COLLARD, CABBAGE,
209 Pyrex pie plate. The division
in, Mill Creek Tower 1.00 in, Madison -
CARROTS BEETS AND
RUTABAGA
winner will receive a study lamp, ,
forestry headquarters 1.45 in,
BAR OPERATORSe Lovett Tower (5 days) 2.50 in. and will go on to the State-wide

SUb rises Sept 18th 6:20 am, competition which will be held in '
sets 6:36 pm. St Petersburg, Saturday:: December GA. RED SWEEt' POTATOES 3 Ibs.25tf:

Moon rises Sept 18th 7:41pm.. 15, 1959. An expense paid trip to
carry in stock a complete fine of libby's Moon in constellation of Pisces! Chicago for final competition with

Sept 18th. I I winners from other. states, Canada .
[Owens-Illinois) glassware. We also carry in High tide Sept 18th at St. I and Hawaii will be given to the 1 BUSHEL $3.00 ;
Marks light 3.-08 am.

[tock alll kinds restaurant equipment-pots, pans, LIONS' CLUB_ I I winner Those and desiring chaperon to enter from the Florida.con- *-..

See us for your: FEEDS GROCERIES FRUIT-
Iverware dishes tables chairs and bar stools. At the Lions' Club meeting Tues test may contact the home service
day T C Merchant Sr gave a talk I adviser, Mrs Emaline B Carpenterat VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS
on the visit of Premier Khrushchev -; the nearest Florida Power
to this country. He said that',
Corporation office. Registration is
SALVAGE COMPANY SOUTHERN the if no exchange untoward of incident visits occurred between open now. I J. L SURLES & SONS -.

The local contest will be helc
Valdosta Ga. President Eisenhower and Premier
S. Ashley St. i Khrushchev could prove belpful Wednesday, October 7, at 3:30 p mat 108 S. Horry Phone HU 3-2395, MadisoI Fla.

Al Flori, of f.he.dadison Supply the Madison Florida Power
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TARPONETTES HAVE WATER RIGHTS

SHOW RESERVED I Is
The Madison Country Club "'Tar-
I
N v. ponette" performed in their fourth .
annual water show Thursday Sept We Are Proud to

IL t I'j' 3 at the Country Club. The show
y was repeated for the public at the Welcome Students .
city pool in Madison on Saturday

Sept 5. The title of the show was '
Calendar Girls. Each number under- Faculty-Families -.
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different personality through use e
See Us For
of names and music, relating and E
synchroniding each stunt and rEq roe eyE f
I stroke to suit the music and FARM NEEDS
thereby creating a mental pictureof

:; f. 4Favorite each lovely lady. i* ''I.!!1.
: Then; were twelve numbers. Feeds-Groceries-Fruit '
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Rosalie Irene ,
A Laura, Mimi, Ruby, : .
Liza, Louise, Mona. Lisa, :Marie, "{ Wire Fencing Seeds & .
Chloe and Dinah. Various effects : .
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were i.
wristlets. J.1.: SURLFS & SONS"

The members of the Tarponettesthis /
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year are Betsy Harrison, Fran 108 S. Horry, Phone HU 3-2395 Madison Florida. ... : .':' .'
Harrison, Nancy Hamilton, Bonnie ; :
.J '. i .
Hamilton, Judy Livingston, Mary .. "
f Carol Naughton, Charlanne Dotters,
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Nell Norfleet, Sister Cantey, Bess
stunts and ideas which were used
Williams, and Jackie Cooper.
make this year's show one of
to
TAe Jackie Cooper is the only new
Family the most difficult and beautifulthe
member of the group, the other
girls were participating in their girls have yet presented.At '

fourth show. the Saturday night perfor
For Pure Enjoyment
At the first of the summer the mance Mrs Peter Stern,. of Greenville
girls took part in a workshop con- '
received a lovely silver tray
ducted by several members of the a
Miss Carolyn Watson, daugther will attend: Sanford High School from the Tarponettes in appreciation I:'
Florida State
University Tarpon
I of Mr and Mrs C R Watson, left She will reside with her grand- Club. The members of the Tarpons of her efforts in directingthe

last week for Sanford,where she mother, Mrs F A Wolfer. advised and demonstrated new water show.NOTHING .

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Jta den-:\lorrow circle Monday afternoon t Preen SytO

: ... with twelve members. Mrs
Jams read the Upper Room de-
I otional, and Mrs W II Wilham-
Wbq
son read a spiritual life thoughton
the topic, A Way of Life. Mrs uIllA
Edwin Hadden read an interesting
story entitled No Standing Room.
The hostess served a dessert course.

Mrs Burch Cornelius entertained
t the Nencie Bevan Circle with 12
} members. The program opened
with devotional reading by MrsT
C McNally, and prayer by Mrs
? J B Hardee. Miss Beatrice Griffin -

own your own home ; Bible gave a study reading Good on the financial influenceof and

social service reports were given. w '
.
s The hostess served a dessert

fr !; bab ;!M/ e? WI lI alUftVa/f.1) course The. Helen Parramore Circle met F W OrJer

with Mrs J B Davis with sixteen
present Mrs L C Glass and Mrs
Robert A Kennedy were new mem-
bers, and Mrs C A Langford and
Mrs C M Watson of Coleman, Fla
were visitors. Miss Whittie Dick
inson opened the program with a I
spiritual life thought on Happinessand
Mrs Paul Touchton gave an l
e interesting talk on her experienceat .
\ Camp at Boca Raton. The.

DOWN hostess served a dessert course. 0 Xr

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GRANDSON WINS PRIZE
4TWIN

GABLES :. James Hadden of Winter Havenreceived QIQ
a 16 foot Water Bird ; r
TWIN GABLES: Three large bedrooms, extra large kitchen and Cruisette and Tee Nee boat trailer
dining room. One of the 'newest' of Jim Walter's beautiful homes. ... as top prize for winning the ..
f CASH PRICE $2795., or monthly payments lower than rent. No other builder offers so much Sarasota County International Tar
I in a shell home-over 40,000 already pon Tournament this year.
sold Compare! before
.a
: ; t Mr Hadden caught the lead'ng

;I ; :; 7 x... r* \ do>ou-always buy any choose home.JIM Those WALTER that silver king, a 155 pounder, al t '
1 Boca Grande May 23rd in the

+ No other shell home builder Tournament, and was present
-- offers a better finance plan than the boat and trailer last Saturday
\ __ JIM WALTER CORPORATION.Find James Hadden, son of the late
out now how EASY it Mrs Bernice Moore, is the grandson ,
} really is to own jour own home.
of Mrs W M Oglesby of Greenville
F f If you live on a firm-we offer
li ; Florida.
; t j an excellent farm plan. Choose
i s,4 your home, NOW!
ENTERS BAYLOR UNIVERSITY
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Gerald Hall, of Cherry Lake; a
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graduate of Madison High School,
SOUTHERN BELLE b.-I left last Tuesday for Waco Taxasto
CUP AND MAIL TODAY .
i Mail to 1M office nearest you enter Baylor University. M r:
SOUTHERN BELLE: Three bedrooms and plenty of living space, JIM WALTER CORPORATION and Mrs Henry Hall accompanied<
this home is ideal for real family living. ; 1 *m uiftmftd in owning a Jim W.!H r Kom and would EU their son on the trip and spent a.
CASH PRICE $2-195., or monthly payments lower than_. rent. IhIY.ur.d..dfomylot..D inert "f0""' 01' week there.S .

PU! .t send Cf.r.furt..............................0
Please Hav a representative cJ en ins...............QAddrtt 3 Sgt and Mrs Jim Pulham accompanied -
LOOK OUT! ,.
Nay Mr and Mrs Jam

Look out for shell home builders that offer you Light Fixtures Dryden to their home at Hollywood .

Plumbing, Water heater, etc, BUT, fail to say how they extend i Directions if routt- I for a visit; they then return
the payments as much as 12 months or more. e l to Valdosta Thursday and jet
Saturday for Kansas, after spending -
a month's leave with hi s
parents Mr and-.Irs JV Pulljam,
at Pinetta and with other rete

JIM WALTER CORr tives. -x-

Mr and Mrs John Coffee ands
daughter Kay and Mr and

J W Downing : and son Johnn;Y $

VALDOSTA, On U. S. 41, one block North of the city limits. Call collect; were guests of Mr and Mrs Calvi]n
Downing and family of ArKngtorGa r GALLON
GEORGIA CHerry 2-0391 or write P. O. Box 1203, Valdosta, Georgia. Sunday. Mrs Laura Dewran ga:
accompanied Item home after

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IT J- I Pickels-Strickland Tuesday Night ProgramTuesday .

TOWNE SQUARE INN
ION night Dr E W McElweewill KATHLEEN'S BEAUTY SALONhas
Wedding discuss use of ornamental
( THE TIMES SQUARE CORNER OF MADISON) .
the
plants in developing landscapeplan
WELCOME NFJC STUDENTS at the Landscape and Garden
Miss Lantie Louise Pickels, School being held at the Agricultural -! been sold to
daughter of Mr and Mrs J C Center. i I
"Back Home"See Pickels of Madison, and Elbert --
Franklin Strickland exchanged LIMITED SUPPLY POLIO I YERTLEMK.J.T.BRINSONOF( )

marriage vows in a ceremony at VACCINEThe .
our air-conditioned dining room exclusively reservedfor
4:00 o'clock Sunday afternoon at, PINETTA, FLA.
NFJC students.We the Hopewell Baptist church, the Madison County Health De- f
Rev Lewis Hughen officiating.The I. partment has a limited supply of

will cooperate with you on bridegroom is the son of Polio Vaccine, which will be restricted

special meals in line with your Mrs Eva Strickland and the late to children under 18 years \ .
Mr J E Strickland. of age and expectant mothers. This
"lined pocket. Baskets of white gladioli and shipment of 729 doses is ALL that

ferns, and seven branch candelabra will be available until January 1,
-Come See Us- holding lighted white tapers with 1960. Florida State Board of
native greenery in the back madea Health has emphasized that this k y

rich background at the altar for vaccine is intended for patients ,.
the wedding party. Waller Whit-i unable to pay.

l ASSOCIATIONAL TRAINING Rotarians Make Tour lock organist and Mrs E P Sand-. Parties who can afford to pay
I UNION AT PINETTA ers Jr soloist, gave a program of for the vaccine should see their
wedding music. Mrs Sanders sang

i Of NewBuildings NFJCThe Through The Years, and the Lord's family CLYDE physician.L BROTHERS, M. D. '
The Middle Fla Associational Prayer.
Health Officer,
Training Union met with the First 1 The bride was given in marriageby

Baptist Church of Pinetta Monday her father. She had as her maidof TO ATTEND VARIETY Kathleen's has been one of the leading beauty salons in '

cite Sept 14 at 8:00 o'clock. honor, Miss Doris Pickels, her STORE CONVENTION
Horace Weaver Director was in Club cousin. Bridesmaids were Miss Madison for 15 years. She has thoroughly enjoyed servingher
Rotary program Erma Lamb and Mrs Leon Strick-
charge of the program. A panel I Wednesday was highlighted with a land. Miss Susan Herndon and Mr and Mrs Van H Priest will patrons of :Madison, Madison County and several

discussion on the eight point tour after lunch of the new North Miss Patricia Hughen were the leave Sept. 25th for San Fran- towns
record system used by the Train- Florida Junior College buildings. flower girls.Wllmer cisco, where they will attend the adjoining Madison. Kathleen wishes to express

ing union was a special featureon Griffin Bishop Supt of. Educa- Strickland was his National Variety Store Association her thanks for having made her business a success for

program with various persons tion and Tom B Harrison, Pres brother's best man. Ushers were Convention. Headquarters for the
Tuten and Jimmy Lamb. Mark Hop- many years and if the opportunity she will
speaking for each point represented. of the H & H Construction Co Lamar Convention will be the presents
An announcement concerning the Miss Pickels, maid-of-honor kins HoteL .
I contractors; conducted the tour. of blue lace and chair- be happy to serve them again.
Associational Leadership school in chose a gown Mr Priest immediate past
Features pointed out included the fitted bodice was will be
Brewer Lake taffeta. The man of the Association,
Macedonia and
I type of structure typical class- banded in satin and had a one of the speakers.
Churches Sept 28 thro Oct 2 was and library with all modern flared skirt
rooms rounded neckline. The While in California Mr and Mrs
made by the Director. State I facilities, laboratory area and was ballerina length. Her head- Priest expect to take short vacation -, Tells of HawaiiMrs Books
.
Trip to ScheduledFor
workers will conduct classes in I many other modem and useful dress was of matching satin leaves trips. 01ti

each church. All were urged toI features. The buildings are near- and tulle, and she wore matching
attend. I ing completion and are expectedto shoes. She carried a crescent bou- WRECK Greenville $
L C Bruner who
spent
During the business session the be ready for occupancy Oct 1. quet of pale yellow roses. The several weeks
following officers for the ensuing Visitors were Mr Al Hughes of bridesmaids' dresses of pale pink Bryan Electric's pickup, driven and on the Island vacationing of Maui in Hawaii where, A large assortment of various
lace and taffeta were similarly types of books will be placed in
Red Swift, was smashed by a
year were elected. the International Paper Co, and by j she visited her brother, Capt JamesM
and their headdressesand the
Public
Greenville
fashioned, Pontiac sedan driven by Frances Library by
DirectorHorace Weaver Assoc. Rev Marvin Smith who is stationed thNt
the Murphy. shoes matched their gowns. They Lewis Davis of Tallahassee at 7:30 there as the Suwannee River Regional Library
Director Rev Larry Willis, Pastor carried bouquets of pink cham- Thursday morning at the inter- Adviser to the Reserve Unit of the next week.
advisorRev W L Wynn, Secre- roses. U S Army, and his family consisting -
pagne section of Range and Base streets.
ThANKS
CARD OF
taryMrs Howard Coody, Pianist- The flower girls wore identical Red was cut and bruised on the of Mrs Smith and their Mr and Mrs DV Chason of F t

Mrs Stanley Williams, Young dresses of blue lace and tulle right arm. The Pontiac ran into a four children, was guest speakerand Sirmans returned home Sunday
entertainer at the of coAr
People PresEstelle Walker, Adult fashioned with fitted bodices and parking meter. meeting
Leader Rev Lorace Cothran We want to thank everyone for full skirts caught with tiny pink the Business Woman's Club Mon- night after a two weeks' vacationin
the many acts of kindness shownus flowers to form draped effects. day night at the Club House. Miami Beach. They reported a
Young Peoples leaderMrs Lola
at the death of our mother, They scattered rose petals from BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs Bruner, in Muu Muu dress, ,wonderful time.Hostesses .
Weaver Intermediate Leader. Miss Bessie Burnett. May God bless each dainty white lace baskets. costume of the native Hawaiian .
Sally Wilson, Junior LeaderMrs of you. LOVELY BRIDE / Dick Bland celebrated his seventh women told most interestingly of for the social hour

Harvey Croft, Associate Jr Leader- THE FAMILYMrs The bride chose a gown of pure birthday with a party Friday evening Honolulu Pearl Harbor, and other were the new officers. German
Mrs. Edgar Blair, Nursery I white lace which featured a cover- I at .the home of his parents, Mr places. She illustrated her talk with I chocolate cake and'coffee were
Mrs Lorace Cothran, BeginnerMrs up jacket with self-covered buttons and Mrs Ed Bland. Games were films taken on the trip. served. 0_ \
A E Fraleigh has returned
A E Thomas. Group LeadersMr over the fitted bodice, and long played, and refreshments'' of ham- ---
W 0 McCullough, Mr Floyd from spending a month in AshevilleN pointed sleeves. The very full skirt burgers, cold drinks, birthday cake -
C. She also visited Mr and Mrs R /
Koon, Mr Kelly Bailey. fell to floor length, and was and ice cream were served in the Breeden'sFASHION
Z Cates in Spartanburg Seen
J Special music was furnished by route home. fashioned of rows upon rows of Florida room and yard. Dick received ..
s Ann Richardson, soloist with lace ruffles. Her fingertip veil of many nice gifts. ,

Mrs Delores Townsend as pianist. title "Be Strong and do it". sheerest illusion was attached to & GIFf SHOPSET'LEA'S
a tiara of pearls and sequins. She
Rev W L Wynn pastor advisor,
A call
roll revealed seven carried a cascade bouquet of Two large rattle snakes were
preached the installation sermon churches represented with 62 feathered carnations and orchids killed last week on the J I Surles SHOPPING CENTER

from I Chronicles 28 using the present.Let's tied with nylon tulle and satin. place at Cherry Lake by Thomas FEATURING THE LATEST STYLES IN ; .

The bride's mother chose Navy Surles and R L. Pinson. :. ::4\\:

crepe matching accessories and The snakes over 6 foot each, bad Ladies' Misses' Juniors' -,

corsage of white carnations.Mrs 12 and 13 rattles and a button each.x ,
Go To = Strickland, mother of the -

bridegroom, wore a Navy and Mr and Mrs Elize May spent last / ANDChildren's ,

: gray suit matching accessories. and week vacationing at Miami and '
HILLCRESTDAIRY t white carnation I
RECEPTIONA corsage. while there Mr May attended the Wear

New Rambler display. Enroute home
reception given by the bride'sparents
BAR followed immediately after they attended the Cherry-McMullen GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION

the, ceremony at the Hopewell pas- wedding at Jacksonville last undayx

torium. t-x-- FLOREE TATE BREEDEN PHONE HU 3-6850 c
U.; S. 90 WEST The bride's table overlaid witha C A Buchanan of Rt 2 is

:MADISON, FLA/5 ; white linen cloth, was centered undergoing treatment at the local Owner Manager Madison,. Fla.
with a tiered wedding cake encircled hospital. I
Mf with.. a wreath,, _r\f_ pompons, -
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and ferns. Branched candelabra!

held white tapers. Punch was
served from tables decorated with
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r 'r s pink and white flowers. Miss Estelle HU
Yes, let's go to the HILL- Walker and Miss Grace Sapp ,
poured punch. Mrs Nelson Herndon -
cut the bride's cake and serv- -w .:
CREST DAIRY BAR, on U S ing were Margaret Ann Walker.

Ouida McClamma, Nancy Hughenand

90 West for those delicious Sue Knott. Miss Margaret a
Jean Kelly kept the bride's book. .
Assisting hosts were Mr and Mrs i W J 5ft

hamburgers, milk shakes, and W B Lamb and Mrs Eustace Kelley.Mr .
and Mrs Strickland left laterin
the evening on a wedding trip
ice cream. Now OPEN to the mountains. The bride wore <"


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REHEARSAL PARTY .
school is
business you gave us opening Mr and Mrs W B Lamb, assistedby a--. open
Mrs Nelson Herndon and Mrs
.f Lewis Hughen, entertained the s: ":. ; r

week! Pickels-Strickland wedding partyat .
the Lamb home Saturday night

: i following the rehearsal at the e_
church. Other guests included
families of the couple and, close

friends. v
tAn
imported linen cloth covered
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punch bowl encircled with ferns 1,1
ALBRuTON BROS.
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and pink pompons. Arrangementsof

pink gladioli and Fuji mums
TRACTOR CO. adorned the rooms. Punch, chicken

.r.rn salad sandwiches and. cake were !
QJU FIFTH STREET served. .
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J Miss Mary Ruth Kramer a sta-
RevivalAtHopeful (MUTT COURT County.Court I
Jumbo Hamburgers SOe. dent at University of Ga, at
Choicest of Steaks and Sea LIGHT'BULB SALE I Athens wrote borne that after sbft
; New Foods at WHITE TOP State Road Department and Mad- Ralph Gerald Rye, speeding. $25or reads the weeks E-R, Bruce Pops
I DRIVE-IN U S No. 53, ison County petitioners vs G W thirty days. another student and son of the
I on Lewis et al, defendants. Ordered Willis Bradford Arnold, speed- former M H S coach enjoys tha
I A revival will be held at New south of Madison. 3-lt-ch that defendant Bessie G Hornesby Ing, $25 or thirty days. Madison Lions Club news.n.rul..rul.Jl..rUUUlJuut.
I i Hopeful Baptist church beginning be paid $1820 from money deposited Albert Vernlce McGuire, driving
,I :Sunday morning, Sept. 27th at 11 with Clerk of the Court by while intoxicated, $75 or sixty days will hold a light bulb
o'clock and continuing through sri James E Henderson and petitioners. .I and driver's license revoked for
, .sunday Oct 4th. Services each wife and three children of Ft. Sill,I James Ashley McCall plaintiff vs three months. GOODYEAR TIRES
night at 7:30 o'clock, with Rev J C Okla, are spending a month here I A C Sanders and Julian Moore, sale Thursday Sept. 24
' Moore Jr doing the preaching. with Sgt. Henderson's parents Mr defendants. Physical examination of James Williams, divorce granted. JIM'S BAY STATION
I' All day services Sunday, Oct 4th and Mrs T Z Henderson. Sgt Hen- plaintiff ordered to determine his General Electric Credit Corporation 7:00 2-3t
at : m.
with dinner on the ground. derson will be sent from here to physical condition and nature and vs J A Cruce, et al. Numberof p. U. S. 90 EAST, MADISON _
, The public is cordially invited. oversea duty at Landschult, Germany extent of his alleged injuries. items agreed to in pre-trial
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Mt Ofirc Baptist ....,ZtlF(itG.G.cf .
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Church RevivalA .

/ -; reT val will begin at Mt Olive Darby's

Baptist church Sunday Sept 20th
of and continue through Sunday, Sept. c

27th. ,92Ladies' .
Services each night at 7:30 ,
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I o'clock. Dinner served Sunday, Sept i Shoes

27th, at the church by hostess
TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. church during the noon hour. "
Rev Joe Engel of Live Oak will "
bring the evangelistic messages.
Everyone welcome.
Rev. Dozier Sapp, Pastor.
WHEN: Saturday, September 19, 1959 3-lt-ch

WHERE: Cooperative Grounds-Madison: Florida SWIM MEET AT

TIME: Registration Begins-2:00: P. M. COUNTRY CLUB
Among the many events held at
Business Meeting-I:30 P. M. the Country Club swim meet on

Labor Day were diving, relays, tS
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free style swimming, back stroke,
?a'p
COME EARLY-ENJOY THE FELLOWSHIP- and breast stroke and also a contest -
I was held for underwater distance -
REFRESHMENTS SERVED swimming.

Winning blue ribbons for the :. :a

girls ages, six to twelve, were ,Fd
IT'S YOUR CO-OP Susie Knox, Claire Cooke and \ 4
Laura Schoclles. In the age group

thirteen and up, ribbons were won

Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc. will hold its nineteenth by Bess Williams, Kay Chason,
Julie Bouland and Ann Dickinscn.
Annual :Meeting on the Cooperative grounds in Bess Williams was winner in the

:Madison, Florida-September 19, 1959. diving contest for the older girls
and Susie Knox was the winner in /s _
the younger group. f S 55 S
E73.ns'aldrep, Cooperative President, expects a record Boys in the age group six to :

turnout. As usual, a great number of valuable prizes twelve winning ribbons were Jerry
Watson, Johnny Musser and Bill
will be given away. Along with the fun and eats (at Dickey. In the older boys group :

. Buddy McChesney, John Bouland .,pvA3
3:30 P. M.) the annual business meeting of members
and Jay Watson won ribbons. John hS

will be held. This will include progress and financial re- Bouland won the boys' diving for 5' 55' 5'S ? V, bw
twelve and over and Bill Dickeywas
ports, and the election of trustees from Districts 3, 5, 6. I
winner in ages six to twelve. '-?
There was a prize awarded the

JACKSON-HAMMOCK MARRIAGEMiss winner of the most blue ribbonsin

each age group. Those winningwere
GIRARDIN JEWELERSFor
Jean Hammock, daughterof Bess Williams, Claire Cooke, See our new Fall collection.
Mr and Mrs Tommie Hammockof Johnny Musser, and Buddy Mc- ..

Pinetta, became the bride of Chesney and John Bouland tied and "

Bennie Jackson, son of Mr and Mrs SILVER, CHINA- CRYSTAL shared their prize.* p'_ ,- f f' ,I', I.. .. :. r... ,'..",
Fred Jackson of Valdosta Sept DIAMONDS JEWELRY"* The : prizes :; were : ".certificates' ,," vJ"Y .; ., ..$ .
5th EXPERT REPAIRING -. ", good for merchandise in'the. pro ; -" ',- 'J _

The couple will make their homein shop.Mrs : .
t w :MEMBERS Peter Stern director for "
Valdosta after a short weddingtrip.
paradise
NATIONAL this interesting event was presentedby s
BRIDAL the club with a beautiful pairof ,
MOTHER DIES IN LIVE OAK I t SERVICE silver candleholder compotes. fz

Mrs Ada Mae Hart Williams, &

ago 73, died Sunday night in Live VALDOSTA, GA. HOSPITAL NEWS .S.r. :

Oak.Survivors '
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are her husband, "W B 303 No. Patterson Admissions: Mrs Nellie Bass, ,- .
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Williams, Live Oak; one son, Lowell Mrs Maxie Jones, Mrs Gussie >> Oval toes, square toes, j pointed toes heels lalT, medium or -
Hart and two sisters, Mrs Knight, Mrs Ruth Gilliam, LoyallB
Elmore Pridgeon and Mrs J B ATTEND MANNING-COLEMAN Skelton, Mrs Kate Kelley, Mrs small. pumps, straps and ties -they're all here, ready to be seen,-

Hughey, of Madison; three grandchildren I WEDDING / Alex Sheffield, Sandra McClamma, loved and worn at once. Come in right away, see them while our
and one great-grandchild. Edgar Barrs, Mrs Clara Parramore,
Funeral services were held at Mrs J E Hammock, Julia Ann range of sizes and colors is complete. Be the first to step out in
I Mr and Mrs Henry Paul
3:30 p. m. Tuesday in the First Graves Bouland, C A Buchannan, James Paradise{ Kittens/Kitten-ettes this fall! <
and j
Baptist church Live Oak with daughter, Sabrina and MrsC Bailey, Mrs lIattieVhigham, $14.95
burial in the cemetery there. J Graves were among the out- James Devane, Olie Webb, Edwin
I I'of-town guests at the ceremony Blalock, Mrs Ann Tudor, Mrs Prin .
Saturday morning, Sept 12th in cess Riggs, Hiram Lamb, Walter
the First Baptist church of Talla- Ferrell.
hassee when Miss Jewell Manningand Discharges: Mrs Betty Hart and

I Mr Robert Coleman, both of baby, Mrs Mary Brinson, Francis
Tallahassee Williams, Mrs Lillie Mae Bass,
were united in mar-
I Mrs Jo Ann Green and baby, J L
riage at 10 o'clock p m.
Brinson, Mrs Princess Riggs, Mrs
Mr Graves cousin of bride
the Nellie Bass and baby, Mrs Jorene
served as an usher at the wedding.A Coody and baby, V L Turlington,
reception followed_ in the Sandra McClahnma, Edgar Barrs,
RACES church parlor, after which the Mrs Clara Parramore, Mrs Grace
couple left by plane for a few Rutherford, Olie Webb, Julia Ann
NIGHTLYExcept days' stay in :Miami and then on Bouland. i
to the Bahama Islands for their BABY BASS
Sunday honeymoon. I Born to Mr and Mrs George
RAIN OR SHINE Bass Sept. 8, a baby boy.
BABY KNIGHTMr BLACK SUEDE -
a MT. ZION HOLDS CONFERENCEMt and Mrs Dewitt Knight of BROWN SUEDE

POST TIME 8:15 P. M. Jasper, announce the birth of a
: Zion AME Church held its baby girl Sept. 11, at the Madison BROWN CALF
fourth qurterly conference recently County Memorial hospitaL The BLACK CALF 0 RUST DELDI
DAILY DOUBLEFirst with presiding elder S E Moses of baby weighed 5 Ibs and 7% ozs.
RED CALF A GREY DELDI
the Madison District presiding. COLORED PATIENTS .
and Second RacesQUINIELAS Officers were elected as follows: Admitted: Major Felix, Sally NAVY CALF
0 Secretary Susie 0 Perry, Marshal, Wright, Willie Williams, Betty Jean
Hazel Cooks and reporter, Eliza T Moore, Tillman Pinesett and Gladys

ON EACH RACE :McGee.Men's Day was also observed. Robinson.Discharges: Major Felix, James j I

e Speaker for the morning was Dr Mitchell, Tillman Pinesett.
C Williams and for the evening
Enjoy Our Fabulous
Presiding Elder Moses. Total raised Mrs D Williamson of Ft Myers
$480.00.Dr in renewing for ,the home paper,
TURF CLUB I
writes: We enjoy reading our
and :Mrs Marshall Hamilton home town paper, as w hear from darhu
have as their guest Dr Hamilton's I all our friends through it. We
LADIES mother Mrs Flora Hamilton of dcn't want to miss a copy.

FRED ONTHURSDAYS Lake Worth, who arrived Sunday.x 1
: I FAMILY REUNIONMr
I Ken Johnson has been appointeda and Mrs J W Pulliam enter-
squad leader in Company C at tained their children and families
I Marion Institute, where he is a with a dinner Sunday, Sept 6th,
student. at their home.
$
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were: Mr and Mrs J W Downing BROWN BROGA.1D
and son Johnny of' Pinetta. Mr
RAKER'SPortrait and Mrs Wllber Pulliam and son 206 N. PATTERSONacross

Jr of Valdosta, Ga Mr and Mrs from Court House
- James Harris and family of Madi- .
Oil Service son. Mr and Mrs James Drydenand -_ VALDOSTA,

family of Hollywood andS t
HU 3-6473 BOX 492 Sgt and Mrs Jim Pulliam of
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Topeka. Kansas. GA."I"
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"With a Whirlwind11

The great prophets of the Old
Testament did not admire war.
They looked on it as something
brought on by sin. One passage
from Zechariah is a sample (7:
8-12). God had an ideal for his

people, a life of justice, kindness I . '
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would not hear, and so God cat :: ;:# -.
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instrument of God's wrath, hit! :. ,
nation that would I '
punishment on a J
not obey-this was nothing other
than the wards which ended the

Hebrew kingdoms. And the He- {:. ..:.... ...... .. :: ./ ...
brews, as the stories show, had
chiefly themselves to blame for
getting into those wars. Most of -
the recorded history of the tw THE CHURCH. FOR ALL -
kingdoms of Judah and Israel is ALL FOR THE CHURCH
history of wars, long or short.Ver. or
Church the factor earth for 1hh o
few of them did the Hebrews an) The is greatest on A' Life :
good and in the end it was war the building; of character and good eitizenshi P. ...
which, like a tornado, left their _
It is a storehouse of spiritual; values. Without a .
homes in ruins and blew them like ,, ,
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Church, neither democracy civilization ( : :
straw across tb face of the earth. strong nor .
can survive. There are four sound reasons why'J
Idial City every person should attend services regularly I and Perhaps you see no significance to .the hourglass I superimposed on

But the storm of war was not \ support the Church. They are: (1)I For his the Bible. But to the believer, it means that all of life is sustained by :
jie last word of God to Israel. The
prophet Zechariah, preaching in a own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For God's promises. Every day, every hour, He gives strength and help to.
time when Jerusalem was only just the sake of his community and nation. (4) For
His followers. The light of His Word shines steadily through' the passing
beginning to rise from the ashesof which needs his '
the
the f
olation more, than looks half forward a century and of prom-des- I sakeanod material itself. Plan to go to of time. The more you read, the deeper will be your understandIng .

ises in God's name a new and different church regularly and read your Bible daily. the greater will be your joy. By entering wholeheartedly into the workof
kind of city. He draws no
blueprints; but it is plainly a city the Church, by giving it your support, you increase the value of your,

of heaven peace.; it This is a is picture not a of foreview the ideal of Day Book Chapter -Verses own I life, and help I others to see the light shining through each day's ,
Sunday Psalms 34 1-4 .
city right hereon this earth. It is : '
Monday John 14 1-3 experience.
to be called the faithful city," Tuesday Habakkuk 3 18-19
that is. faithful to the laws of God. Wednesday Luke 10 25-27
That covers everything; but Zechariah Thursday 'Matthew. 13 18-23 Throughout life's entire span, the Church will help us, the Bible ,
in Friday II Thessalonians 1 3
puts some particulars.Old Saturday Isaiah 58 1-2 will speak to us of God. Does the picture mean that to vnn? It will, if r
men and old women will be \ i
sitting in the streets, and children you look at it through believing eyes.

will be playing there. (Rememberthe .
ancient type of city had no '
parks and no open space except the \ -- '1
market-place; and there was no .Copyright''''.Ktltltr Adr.S."d.Slrttburg,v..-
traffic except of very slow animals
and people.) This you would not

see in war time. In that era the I -......!!,, .,rx".F.>:::"'! ;. .,; ,= ,., : .
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weak simply died off in war times;
only in times of peace would they .

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How Pia:. Coma These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals and

Now children and old people do
lot make peace, they simply enjoy Establishments:
it. It is the middle-aged, the active
Influential people who do most . rBE . _rosA

either for peace or against It. So ;

the prophet Zechariah addressesthe MADISON DRUG STORE.BtIDDY. SMITHHARDWARE WESTERN AUTO STORE
of the aboutpeace
great mass people
DUNN FURNITURE CO.
and prosperity (8:12). He The Rexall Store J. J. Sale, Jr., Owner
speaks of "sowing" prosperity, and .
then goes on to put this figure of Phone HU 32300. Madison, F1a.. Madison Florida Phone HU 3-2385 Madison. Fla. MADISON, FLA.

speech into very plain words. What Phone HU 32340MES'SslUt '
are the seeds He goes on, still in
the name of God: "These are the # 'J
things that you shall do ."If we
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He expects us to plan and preparefor ,!,..... ..';... JV ..A.' J. B. DAVIS, Inc.Madison .
as we plan and pre MORROW INSURANCE i
peace just BATTERY mE-CO: QUALITY CLEANERS \ .
pare for a crop of apples. No man ... '. AGENCY Florida '
can raise an apple without the help S When your clothes are not be. '.
FLORIDA
of Nature (or, rather, of God). & MADISON. Madison Florida
So while God's ideal for the hue .. coming to you they should ben -

roan world is a world at peace .. ,,' 4" '. coming to us Phone BU 3-2255 ,* i
there are certain conditions to be {t.'."' ;< .; t e ;
met. The seeds of peace have to be BRYAN V"'I _'
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Zechariah: (8:18-17) names ; FRALEIGH ASHLEY lit.
aown. ,
some specific things: truth'and -' ;5 i l -. ; ".' .'
rtjc. in particular. .. that r J, ,,,. and ReA1ince>< L1TRUK& TRACTORtCO.: CANTEY MOTOR, CO.CHERRY'S "66" SERVICE > r
ellect'-of sire Is only half
war is the MADISON. FLORIDA ST''TION-' '
the truth. The other half la that Phone HU 3-2241 Madison Fla. Madison. Florida
1.a the fruit of public and # ,
private goodness. The moat enduring Madison. F1a.t

peace Is not aa accident it is .-
not manna from the ky. it is a t .

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FRIDAY_. Sl.PTPMPu... IQ th -1 953
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ing for freedom from war, fol- bombs is located in the state.

lows: Washington leads the nationin

.H NTtftPRISE-flCORDUI Never a day has dawned since the production of commer-
transient time LOOK FOR
wwc. +w.uc iac>TiMi.MSCMJUOAI Me ..$ ... a.ranI* So fraught with began untold fear of cial apples, and other impor-

MADISON. FLORIDA war's destructive power. tant fruits are cherries, pears,
Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. Never has hope so burned within peaches and plums. The state
Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance the heart of man "
ranks fifth in the nation
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year Fee, peace and brotherhood as in in
this fateful hour. I the production of wheat, and
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application Earth's millions :
have grown wearyof Whitman, Lincoln and Adams

Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June their plight, and jet I counties in the state are the
They cling to hope's thin thread, as
25. 1908. under Act of March 8. 1879. time moves swiftly on. largest wheat-producing counties -
Must bombs and man's extinction in the United States.
OWNERS: T- C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT JR. always be a threat? I, SUMMERCLEARANCE
Other important agricultural
AND ASSOCIATES Must mankind's precious life for- -
ever be a pawn? I products include corn, oats,
MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 \\hy stall and dally with the truth? barley, potatoes, hops, flower
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 The hour of doom I bulbs and seeds, and honey.
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908T. May strike, and darkness come, be-
I Coal is the most important
fore we are aware- I
C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. Out of the dark abysmal depths mineral found in the state, and SPECIAL

C. MERCHANT JR., Managing Editor of man's despair i other minerals mined include
Still comes this tragic, human
MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor Cry-it will not cease: II gold, silver, marble, limestone,

:MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. Heed nON this shred of man's last I.. mercury, zinc, copper, clay, gra-
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hopes, and give us PEACE! nite, antimony, sandstone CIRCLE MEETS Christians and Mrs Kirby Reich-

Breakfast Moscow The Same Face.Well I tungsten, platinum, diatomite, I ---- I mann chairman, led the discussionon
olivine, and magnesite. The I Presbyterian circle no 2 met Christian Education. The circle
since a rocket from the Largest Concrete Dam I Monday Sept 7 at the home of plans to send a box of supplies to
state produces more than 200
Dinner In 'Washington the Ybor City mission. Refreshmentswere
MrsV G Sheldon with eight
earth has struck the moon, varieties of'seafood, the five served by the hostess.
We are starting to write perhaps it would be in orderto Washington is the most I' species of salmon members attending. Mrs Henry
state of the being the Ragans was moderator of the Bible ADS in this size type begin as 10..
lines Tuesday morning a few words about this northwesterly
these say
I most important. Other impor- study on Victorious Sufferings of as $1.00.
just fifteen minutes before the, heavenly body, which we see United States, except Alaska, tant catches are oysters, hali-

strong man of Russia is so often; in fact can see it and is about a sixth largerin I but crabs clams
I shrimp, cod,
scheduled to land in a giant tonight, almost; full, if the area than Florida, though mackerel and herring. Next
weather be The is with population only about Students! Type
Soviet jet airliner at AndrewsAir clear. moon a week, West Virginia. on a
Force Base near Washington. the brightest object in the sky, two-thirds as great. The largest -

He left :Moscow at 6:49or after the sun, from which it concrete dam in the world, SMITH-CORONA or

( 10:49 pm Monday Eastern receives its light. Its diameteris the Grand Coulee dam, is Mr and Mrs James E Williamsof

Standard time) and therefore, a little more than one-fourth I situated in the state on the Jacksonville were week end

if he arrives on schedule, will that of the earth and it is the I Columbia river. Washington is Labor day guests of Mr and Mrs UNDERWOOD Portable

have made the long journey largest satellite in the solar I the leading game-fishing statein John Mickler of Lee and Mr and

between the two great capitals system in relation to its planet, the country. Fishermen are Mrs J E Williams of Lee; also Typewriter from TheEnterpriseRecorder
they visited Mr and Mrs Cleve ,
v.-ithin less than eleven hours.. although Jupiter has three attracted by the salmon which Driggers of Madison and enjoyed

Since he was coming west, moons, Saturn one and Neptuneone spawn in the rivers of the delicious home made pie and coffee.

somewhat south, he actuallyleft that are greater in actual state, and trout and bass fish- .

:Moscow about breakfasttime size than our moon. The moon's ing are also notable. The state
Tuesday and will have average distance from the earthis leads the nation in the pro- LIGHT BULB SALE (your home town gazette pro-

reached Washington long be- a little less than a quarterof duction of lumber. Major moting :Madison before :Matt

fore dinner time of the same a million miles and it always manufacturing industries are Madison lions Club Dillon was Marshal in Dodge

day presents the same "face"to shipbuilding, airplane manu- City)

the earth. 41% of the facture, food processing, the will hold a light bulb

moon's surface is never seen. manufacture of furniture, the Printing Every Thing

Frightful ImplicationsAccomplishing Temperatures at the moon's refining of aluminum, and sale Thursday Sept. 24 .
surface are over the boiling printing and publishing. The except bolita tickets and moneyhere's
the feat of so
point of water Under the sun's first full-scale plant
world's 2-3t
many miles in so few hours ism at 7:00 p. m.
: achievement of no mean I i direct rays, and drop rapidlyto for the manufacture of atomic
around 200 degrees below
proportions but that even is !
zero at midnight. The surfaceof
dwarfed by the report that j
the moon is very broken the uncoated truth '
comes (and not denied) that a
I with mountains and
valleys
Russian rocket landed on.the I

moon :Monday. Just what all'j was great the numbers writer's of pleasure craters., It a for you who'd rather not be
this may lead to cannot be
I good many years ago, to takea
foretold however it
yet; ,
seems clear that if a rocketcan I number of boys and girls
to Tallahassee MORE STYLE MORE VALUE
be landed on the moon it over one night .
and show them
through FSU'sbig
can also be landed anywhere
desired on the earth-and i telescope there, the mountains -

there are frightful implicationsin on the moon-this be- COAT DOLLARTHE
PER
fore they had ever seen the
that, should the unregener-
mountains the earth. The
:ite heart of man not be held on
tides on the earth are caused
in check. LAVISH BLEND OF IMPORTED CASHMERE & PURE WOOL
chiefly by the gravitational

pull of the moon.
A Better Opinion
Ladies' Coats
Khrushchev's visit that be- A Favorite TopicThe

fins today has been received I
moon has been favo- OF
a CHOOSE FROM FOUR
with mixed emotions. Many
I rite topic in romance and liter-
who have lost loved ones in I THE LEADING COLLAR STYLES rBIEGEBLUEGREYRED'GREEN
I ature. Alexander Pope, in his
the countries bordering the
translation of Homer's Iliad,
Soviet and who blame Khrush- .
of the heavenly body:
says .
chev cannot help feeling bitter,
As> when the moon, refulgent lampof
and there is some danger, in night AND BLACK

spite of the elaborate precau- O'er heaven's clear azure spreadsher

tions that have been taken, sacred light,
When not a breath disturbs the
that Khrushchev may be hurt, deep serene, Sizes 8 to 18
or even killed, while in this And not a cloud o'ercasts the

country. But if his visit goes solemn scene; / '3l99
Around her throne the vivid plan-
through without untoward
any
complications and President And ets stars roll, unnumbered gild the LAY AWAY? $ I

Eisenhower's: visit to Russia glowing pole,
O'er the dark trees a yellower ,
rext month is not marred by verdure shed, Why Sure! j.j. ,
.
anything bad then we think And tip with silver every moun-
hope is justified for better tain's head

world relations. Whatever our! And Longfellow, in The

Bridge, writes:
own personal ideas areandwe
DEPOSIT
the bridge at midnight, A SMALL
I stood on --
do not condone anything
As the clocks were striking the # ""
{ .
.
!
TRICK
wrong that Khrushchev has hour. DOES THE

done; or, for thai matter, what And the moon rose o'er the city, I

our own Americans in authority Behind the dark church-tower. -w

have done now or in the not ,I saw her bright reflectionIn _
distant past-, we must face the waters under me, _
realities and if sitting down Like a golden goblet falling
And sinking into the sea.
. and discussing problems can

help prospect to of relieve such discussion tensions-has the' Sonnet to KhrushchevAn B. C. Moore & Sons

already brought some relief-, eighty-one-year old re-

# then we feel clearly that that tired minister of Baltimore has

is the thing to do. We take no written, in a contest announced INCORPORATED !'

stock in the fear expressed b;>' earlier this month, a sonnet

some* that we are gullible an: which is to be delivered to

will be "taken in" by Khrushchev Premier Khrushchev this week. Buy From Moore and Save Mare: :'

-we have a better opinioi l The author is the Rev A G .!< ry j.-.c. ", ." ., >:J<' :-;;;.; ,

of ourselves and of our fellow. Hermann, and the poem, ex- QUITMAN, GEORGIA '. '

Americans. than that pressing mankind's deep long-
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TIMBER WANTED! .


Any pine timber for sale, regardless Tire away !

of quantity; selective cutting or :
whole tracts. Please call ADEL,

W. B. Davis, Jr. ''Wanted: Married man, GEORGIA 7161 or or writeDELCOOK 7501, COLLECT BRING IT TO THE" I 1!


REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: TIMBER CO.
ACREAGE FARMS 25-45 for estab-
age
North Florida
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL P. O. Box 499 Recapping CompanyOn

ESTATES RESIDENTIAL lished Credit Clothing ADEL. GEORGIA
APPRAISALS U. S. 90, opposite Ragans Motor Co.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
TITLE INSURANCE Route. Good car Madison, Fla.
112 West Base Street

MADISON. FLORIDA Commission and get new tire
necessary. service out of it
Phone HU 3-6277 GOING-AWAY PARTY


PUBLIC OPINION INTERVIEWERS pay. Write, P. 0. OPENED! 1 Miss Joan Sale who is entering WE ALSO HAVE RE-CAP TIRES FOR SALE

wanted, for part time inter- Southern College as a freshman

viewing assignments in the vicinity Box 1311, Valdosta, NEW FLOWER SHOP IN was honoree at a charming goi g- They will give you all the Tread Service A New Tire
of Madison. Evening work is away party given by Miss Linda
frequently necessary. Please write Ga. 23tchWANTED QUTTMAN, GA. Brothers at her home here Monday will, or more, and at much less cost

Box 183 Princeton, New Jersey, Flowers for All Occasions morning Sept 7. Yours
stating educational background, Arrangements of white and pink for tire conservation

experience and telephone number.2-3t-ch night cook.: Two Curb curb service girls 3 and p. m.a I I Quitman Flower ShopBus altheas and camellias decoratedthe NORTH FLORIDA

to 12 p. m. at WHITE-TOP rooms where twenty guests RECAPPING CO.
I DRIVE-IN on U S 53 south of Station Bldg. including recent MilS graduatesand

Madison. 3-lt-ch others were entertained.The ,
AIRLINE CAREER MRS MARY ELIZABETH PHILLIPS
ENJOY FREE TRAVEL HELP WANTED Owner hostess presented the hono-
GOOD PAY SECURITY ree with a lovely gift of remem-
Phone 9781 7351, Quitman, Ga.
SEVERAL men and women age ATTENTION :MEN: Serve con brance. pq ,, X
17-39 will be selected immediatelyto sumers with Rawleigh Products in Cold drinks, sandwiches, cookies Grafenwohr, Germany (AIITNC)
train tor attractive airline Madison County. :Must have desireto and hors d ouevres were served. Jumbo Hamburgers 30c.I| Army Sgt LeisV Davenport, son

positions as Hostess, Reservationist, earn $100 per week and up. See Loyall: Skelton PassesAt Choicest of Steaks and Sea I of Mrs Emma D Davenport, Route
Ticket Agent, Communicationist, C E HOWE, 914 White St., Live 2, Madison, Fla., is participating
Foods WHITE
at TOP
Station Agent and Operations. Low Oak or write Rawleigh's, Dept Friends will be glad to learn in a lengthy large-scale field train-
cost training includes beauty and FAH-140-216E Memphis, Tenn. Local HospitalLoyall that Mrs T C Coody is recovering DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, I ing exercise with the 3d Armored

self improvement. Enjoy the many 48, 50, 52, 1, 3, pd satisfactorily from her recent eye south of Madison. 3-lt-ch I Division in Grafenwohr, Germany.The .
airline benefits. Must be high I
WANTED surgery. She went to Atlanta fora I' exercise is scheduled to be
nice soft clean
: Some ,
school graduate with ambitions to ,,----------------- I II
rags. No buttons or woolens. THE B Skelton, age 45, of check-up last Thursday and her ---- -- 'I concluded Oct. 17.
ahead.
get Training accredited by ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. Cherry Lake, died Thursday nightin condition was diagnosed as satis- I BREAKS ANKLE I Sgt. Davenport, a mess steward
NHSC. Write for confidential
.the local hospital. He was a factory. Mr Albert Coody accom- Mrs Maxie Jones is now convalescing -J i in Company D of the division's 33d
questionnaire include your age and native of Newton County, Ga., and panied his mother. at home after a week in
NFJC Student Wantedas I: Armor entered the in
telephone. National School of Army March
had lived in Cherry Lake since the local hospital for a fracture of
Aeronautics, Airline Division Box, 1955. lIe was employed with the the left ankle. The injury occurred 1957.
570, c-o The Enterprise-Recorder, Waitress for part North Florida Telephone Co. Mr and Palmer Purees and while she was on a Labor Day I i The 40-year-old soldier is a
Madison, Fla. 1-2t-pd Survivors are his wife Mrs L B I five children, of Lake City were week end camping and fishing 1938 graduate of Madison High
Skelton of Cherry Lake; one] guests Sunday of lIrsV H WilI party with friends, on the Stein- I School. His wife, Ueselotle is
QUITMAN time. Work noon for daughter, Miss Elizabeth Skelton,I j I liamson. hatchee river. I with him in Germany.
and one son, Michael Skelton bothof .
ll/z hours. Phone HU Hapeville, Ga; his stepmother'
TELEVISION SERVICE Mrs. N. A. Skelton, of East .

n. Point, Ga; four brothers, Maurice, ,
&**' 401 E Stevens St. 3-9731 Madison. .J- I of Griffin, Ga, Thomas, of Decatur, fevIt
;
We RepairRECORDPLAYERS--*""" James, of Fort Bragg, N C, and ;

._.. Dr Charles Skelton of Winder, Ga;
:W AUTOMOBILE RADIOS J. D. ScruggsFORESTER six sisters, Mrs J T McCarthy,
1 ALL MAKES OF T-V SETS Ellenwood, Ga, Mrs James E Freeman -
AND HOME RADIOS of Decatur, Mrs Willis Moore,
Work guaranteed satisfaction REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. Dalton, Mrs Wilford Smith, St.
PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE HU 3-6186 i Petersburg, Fla, Miss Mary Lou
LOURVAY OF SAYING MADISON, FLA. Skelton of East Point, Ga, and
: Mis Bob Linkfield of Iran.
"THANK YOU"Phone
The body was shipped to Alex-
9481 Quitman Ga. FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm ander City, Ala, Friday and funeral l
Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers
services took place there at 2 p. m.
BEFORE SELLING your timberor Timber Ranch Loans Sunday, at Rodney Funeral Home.T. .

timber land, please see -mey We Long Terms Low InterestSEE J. Beggs, Jr. Funeral Homeat
Madison was m charge here.
are also interested in buying a THE REPRESENTATIVE AT
& Mrs D\V
Mr Barnes accompanied
limited amount of pine-hardwood THE MADISON COURT HOUSE
pulpwood delivered by truck to EVERY TUESDAY MORNING. Mrs Skelton and family to Alex-
Foley, Fla.. or loaded on R R cars. ander City, Saturday to attend the

See, write L.or P. call GIBSON LIVE STOCK AUCTION home funeral Tuesday.services. They returned MEDALLION) A I HOME I

SELL your cattle and hogs in our
Rt. 3, Madison, Florida
auction each Monday. Sales start at
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363
1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS
FOUR GENERATIONS AT
Picking, shelling, hauling cornS Monticello, Fla. 3-tf-ch ,BAPTISM I -
E DUVAL, phone Cherry Lake II
8275. 51-6t For your grinding and mix- I
I Robert Henry Williamson Jr,
FOR SALE: The P M Dawson ing on your farm, call WEST baby son, of Mr and Mrs RobertH
Williamson received the rites of .
place on Oakey Woods road southof END MILLING COMPANY,

Madison. Home and 2/i acres, Qaitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 First baptism Methodist Sunday church.morning Present at the at If you're planning to buy or build a new house, make sure it is a
$5000. MRS P M DAWSON.P. .
O. Box 212, Newberry, Fla. collect.JOHNW.WADSWORTH. the altar service were four genera- Medallion Home. For regardless of the size, price or style of home
tions of the Williamson family
2itpdFOR his parents, Mr and Mrs RobertH ; you choose, you'll want the comfort and convenience of modern

SALE: 80 acres, approx- Williamson; the grandparentsMr electrical appliances, certified wiring and good lighting. Only homes
imately 40 acres in cultivation. and Mrs Paul Williamson, and
that meet these standards are awarded the Medallion emblem -
40 in young hardwood, one-half Registered SurveyorPhone the baby's great-grand mother, Mrs
mile off highway. Write PAUL W H Williamson. Miss Danice your guarantee of good living, today and tomorrow, too!
BIRD P. O. Box 55 Live Oak, IIU 3-2372 Hiers, an aunf was also with the

Fla., or phone FO 2-i389. 2-2t-pd MADISON, FLORIDAADS family. Visit the Medallion Homes now being displayed by builders in your
Altar flowers were a memorialto
FOR RENT: Two bed-room house in this size type. begin as low the baby's great-grand father, area. In each of. these homes, you'll find the three big Medallion

located two miles west of Madison as $1.00. the late W Williamson; and his features -

on U S 90, at Cantey Leaf IN FLEET MANEUVERS great-great-grandmother, Mrs J B ,
Tobacco Company. Contact P S McNeil mother of Mrs W H Wil- FULL HOUSEPOWER LIGHT FOR LIVING ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
CANTEY at Cantey Motor Co. liamson. '
Marine Acting Master Sgt. Oswell
Phone HU 32293. 2-lt-ch i Mr and Mrs Williamson were
Shea is serving with the 3d Battalion i )9
'
received into membership at the (; '
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom house. Eighth Marines, which participatedin the Lee
time by transfer from
C. T. McWILUAMS, HU 3-6275 U S Sixth Fleet maneuvers in II'I :Methodist church. .

or HU 3-6552. the Mediterranean in early September. Mr and Mrs Robert Kennedywere

Good Christian woman with 1 received into church membership -
small An "airphibious landing" on I from the Methodist church at GO ALL-ELECTRIC AND SAVEI
child in urgent need of work.
Will take care of elderly woman Sept 4. involved both the conventional -] Monroe Ala.
small children or do light house landing craft and the i * * * * * * * *

work. If interested, contact E H Marine Corps' troop-carrying helicopters -

Blair Route 2, Madison Fla. ashore, on as the the island troops of Sardiniain stormed have Mr returned and Mrs from W C their Copeland wedding III SEE The 30-Pg. Medallion Home *

2-2t-ch trip to St. Petersburg and other
NURSERY the Porto Scado Bay area. points of interest in South Florida. Section in LIFE Sept.14th for Ideas *

Their new home in Tallahassee will

WORKING to take MOTHERS care of your: I am childrenat prepared Radiator Cleaning and be week.ready for Occupancy by next on How to LIVE BETTER. ffecfricuffy>

my home. Any day; also Monday -
Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
urday nights, if desired. MRS. G General Automotive MESSER * *

O PURVIS, 928 S. Range St, Phone

HV 3-6408. 2-3t-ch Repairs FLORIDA POWEI CORPORATION( tt*
Battery & Tire Co.
For PEGGY NEWTON Cosmetics, p 4
call MAE WILSON, Cherry Lake McWILLIAMS GARAGE offers New Goodyear 670 x 15 AU
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8352, or write R 3, Box 136 Weather tube-type tire for only wTiiTTTTETifft -
Madison. 1-2t-pd $12.95 plus tax and recappable tire _

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KITTENS TALBOTT PAINTAND AMENDMENT PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL TO BE VOTED ON apportionment in the Senate and I
KITTEN-ETTES NOVEMBER 3, 1959 Reuse of Representatives be and COMPLETE PEST CONTROLFREE
NOTICE OF ELECTION the same is hereby agreed to and
INSPECTION
WHEREAS shall be submitted to the electorscf
the Legislature of
Darby's Ladies' Shoe Store in Val- WALLPAPER CO.AT the State of Florida for
1959, under the Constitution of approval BURKE EXTERMINATING CO.
dosta is featuring a Kittens Kitten- 1885 of the State of Florida did or rejection at a special
ettes ad in .this week's Enterprise- CASTLE PARK pass a Joint Resolution proposing I called election as provided by
Recorder.Mr GA. Article XVII, Section 3 of I JACK BURKE -
VALDOSTA, amendment to the Constitution of e JR., Entomologist
George T Darby, manager and the State of Florida and the same the Florida Constitution. :
owner, Bob Hornebuckle, advertising free parking was agreed to by a vote of three That three-fourths (%) of all I 111 East Green St.,
manager, Mrs Doris Cheek, bag invites you to fourths of all the members electedto members elected to each house of Phone 2934PERRY
and hosiery dept. and Leon Hall, REGISTER FOR $500.00 each house; that the votes of the Legislature does determine that
salesman, are the personnel to wel- IN CASH TO BE GIVEN said Joint Resolution was entered an emergency requiring an early FLORIDA
come the public. i upon their respective Journals, with decision by the electors of the state
Breeden's Shop in Madison has SEPTEMBER 19 the yeas and nays thereon, and does exist with reference to this We exterminate: Roaches, Ants, termites, Fleas and
several pairs of Darby's shoes displayed they did determine and direct that amendment to Article VII of the I Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc.
on mannequins. the said Joint Resolution be sub- Constitution.
-- I mitted to the electors of the State Section 1. Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4
I at the Special Election on Novem- of Article VII are hereby repealedand journment. No other business shall
ber 3, 1959. in lieu thereof the following be transacted during such session Your Frame CAN BEa
THE YIELD IS UpON SAVINGS AT NOW, THEREFORE, I, R. A. sections are hereby adopted: and the session shall not recess for flattering accessory

GRAY, Secretary of State of the ARTICLE VII more than seventy-two hours, ex- Hundreds to Choose From
VALDOSTA FEDERAL State of Florida, do hereby give Section 1. Representation-Ap- cept that after a period of sixty
notice that aSPECIAL pi.rtionment- days from the date the extraordi- TRADE WHERE THEY ARE
ELECTIONwill I (a) Senate-The state shall be nary session is convened, the Gov- MADE

ANNOUNCING- be held in each County in portioned into forty-four (44) ernor may, by proclamation, or Twiggs Optical Co.
Florida on the first Tuesday after senatorial districts designated by the Legislature may by concurrent Valdosta, Ga. CH 4.0534
i number in consecutive order. Such resolution, the
recess Legislatureto
I
$ the first Monday in November, A.
: : '...::; apportionment shall provide fairness future date, adjournthe
::::: D., 1959, the said Tuesday being the I a or may
I I and equity districts I .
among Legislature sine die.e
third day of November, for the
ratification or rejection of the said I i based upon population, geographic ( ) Representation of a newly JANIE PAUL CIRCLE
Joint Resolution proposing Amend- I area and economic affinity; provided created county. A newly creates
ment to the Constitution of the : county shall have one representative Mrs Robert Mickler entertained
State of Florida, viz: (1)) 'I here shall be only one in the House of Representatives I the Janie Paul Circle Monday morning -
4. SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. snatOr;! for each district: until the succeeding reapportionment with thirteen members. Mrs A F
660 ((2)) No district shall be composedo and until that time it shall Harrison, chairman, presided and
A JOINT RESOLUTION relatingto more than three ((3) counties. be part of such adjoining senatorial outlined plans for October church
apportionment; proposing an (3) Counties forming a district district as the Legislature shall activities. Mrs Paul Touchton who
:
amendment to Article VII, of the shall not be separated by territoryof determine.IN attended the Methodist Camp at
rate on insured Florida Constitution; providing for another district and must be TESTIMONY WHEREOF, Boca Raton gave a report on Camps
31, 1959 forty-four senatorial districts; providing contiguous. I have hereunto set my hand. Furthest Out. The hostess served
plan for apportionipg House: (4) No county shall be dividedIn and affixed the Great Seal coffee.
FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM: THE FIRST of Representatives; and providing I creating a district. (Seal) of the State of Florida at
plan for filling vacancies created I (5) Vacancies that are created i by Tallahassee, the Capital, this Radiator Cleaning and
OFFICE HOURS hereby; and declaring an emergency. the reapportionment providing for the 1st day of September, A.

MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM WHEREAS, the Legislature of forty-four (44) senatorial districtsof .D., 1959. General Automotive
the State of Florida has determinedthat the Senate shall be filled by R. A. GRAY,
THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON the electors in the general elec- Secretary of StateS
an emergency requiring an
SAVE BY MAIL AT early decision by the electors of tion in November, 1960. Upon election <,Pt. 4, 11- Repairs

The New the state does exist, and, I new senators shall be electedin I
the new districts for the follow- LIVING FOR JESUS
WHEREAS, an amendment to the McWILLIAMS GARAGEX
ing terms:
constitution dealing with the sub-
ject matter of reapportionmentshould District 39 for four (4) years. -x-
be submitted to the votersof District 40 for two (2) years. I'm just living now, I hardly know and Mrs Wm B Clark accom-
the State of Florida at the District 41 for four ((4) years. what I am doing, it's almost likea panied their daughter, Rosemary to
earliest possible time. NOW District 42 for two (2) years. dream to me to be here in this Agnes Scott College Wednesday.
THEREFORE, District 43 for four (4)) years. cold cold world of
Saving & Loan Association sorrow. They remained there until Friday.
District 44 for two (2) ;years.
Be It Resolved by the Legisla- K -
115 N. TOO IBS VALDOSTA, GA. ture of the State of Florida: Thereafter, all Senators shall be It's sorrow here, it's sorrow there; Mr and Mrs JV Pulliam Jr re-

The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small That the following amendmentof Elected for a four :year term.b How can I go on in this world of turned Saturday to their home at
( ) House of
Article VII of the Constitutionof RepresentativesThe woe? It's God's great love that Topeka. Kansas after visit herewith
To Know You a
Enough the State of Florida relating to Representatives representation shall in the House of leads me on to a land of pure Mr and Mrs JV Pulliam, Sr.
be apportioned delightI'm -
as follows: a xxx cxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxWELL

Five (5) representatives to and living now for Jesus, Just to
44.95-79.95-99.00 for the most populous county; four know he's ever near takes my DRILLINGAND
(4) representatives to and for each sorrows all away; I will ever
of the two (2) next more populous love and trust him and he will REPAIRING
ounties; three (3)) representativesto ever be my guide. I LITTLETON WELL DRILLERSR
and for each of the six (6) next 2, Madison, Fla

more populous counties; two (2) MRS MAMIE BELL. ....#..,...I .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII,.
i representatives to and for each of
the fourteen (14)) next more popu- -

tous tentative counties to ;and and for one each(1) of repre-the 'lIiuh ('J.t.r4" Y W.f.

remaining counties of the state at
the time of such apportionment.c .
( ) First apportionment- IP MONEY IS THE ROOT OP
reap
rri-I\\r portionment.-The first apportion- ALL EVIL, TAXPAYERS THETHIS is the place forNEEDti'T
ment of each legislative house WORRY ABOUT

flliIi \\ \\1 w4. shall designating be in accordance the senatorial with districts statute J.lEREAFTER. your repairman to

.a i i. and the representati in the house ; come for everything
adopted at the 1959 session of the
11 %Hf
\ S a. Legislature, and the next apportion ; .fine in the Auto Parts
5 ment of the Senate shall
5pc---44.95 .. be at the regular sessionin t i!i line. Remember that
1971, and the next appor

.7 pc -ki/\/ tionment of shall the be House at the of regular Representatives -: e.- i ; we have telephone

session in1961 based upon the
: service for his
1960 Federal Census; and decennially J : con-
9 99.00 thereafter, the Legislature shall
pc - %7 reapportion its representation in 196 S _.. venIence.

accordance herewith Should it fail
to do so, its duty shall continue in 1
A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WILL DELIVER THE every session of whatever type until 1
reapportionment has been effected
DINETTE SUITE OF YOUR CHOICE TO YOUR DOOR (d) Failure to reapportion at ZIP'
regular session, and providing for
extraordinary session to perform
reapportionment-Should the legis- AUTO PARTS Inc.
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lature fail to reapportion the repre- \ ..
DOWLING FURNITURE CO sentation in the Legislature at any UOj'rTnKl ndjJart ( ractorflP'artiPbneJiU: -
regular session as required, the ; ; ) Hf $HOP SfR tCE,
Governor or the Legislature itself [ R Y..51'<<.M D sO 'f"Ato) ':222ih _
shall call the Legislature into ex-
128 N. Patterson Valdosta Ga CH 2-1515 traordinary session to perform its LIVE OAK, FLA., PH. FO 2-2329; QUTTMAN. GA., PIt 4401
duty within thirty days after ad-


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Mrs Jack Wade and Mrs J 0 Representing the
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was the guests Sunday of
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1 Florida Fair here Oct. 27-J1. the North Fiorida Fair the biggest j ji
: LU/7IG TO PAVING .E\Ji.\\'i 1
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rows ot buildings and "big top"' tents highlight of the Fair Program ;
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urday night, opening with a giant
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Last year some 70,000 persons HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. cuts side sway on curves, makes steering far steadier and easier, keeps drivers far fresher.

. toured the fi\e-day-long eent.hicn: i Imagine a truck ride that permits higher safe cruising speeds, more trips per day with all kinds
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acre Lloyd site. Rhoden, Fair Secretary- Howerton Supply Co. 1 I reduces twisting and fatigue forces on chassis, cabs and bodies, that keeps trucks young for

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We have the largest stock of good used building materials .in
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Lumber, moulding, door &: window casing, front porch columns, .
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FOX GO-BOY CARTS A collision involving a 1953 AUTO ACCIDENT
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. Chevrolet pickup truck driven by The Church of the Good Shep- IIit:
herd in Jacksonville was the settingat
Dozier Balloon and a 1953 Chev- at 10:30 o'clock
..HHHIHIHULEE 4 P. m. Sunday for the weddingof Saturday night
rolet sedan driven by J J Sale Sandra Lee McMullen, daughterof I an auto collision just off State ?
P T A occurred about 5 P m Saturday'on Mr and Mrs John M McMullen,.I Road 53 on the Hamburg road
State Road 53 north of Madison.I to Sidney Prentiss Cherry of Lee.I occurred between a 1956 Chevrolet
The Parent-Teacher Associationof According to Deputy Sheriff Ed The Rev Watkins Tayloe offici- station wagon driven by Richard

the Lee Junior High School Porter, both vehicles were goingin ated.Given Butler Cooksey of Tallahassee & a IA!
witha the same direction when the in marriage by her father, Dunn Furniture Co. truck drivenby
opened its 1959-60 program
pickup truck, endeavoring to pass the bride wore a gown of imported Abner James Gay, which re- N 6.
covered dish supper Thursday the sedan, sideswiped the car. organdy poised over layers of sulted in $175.00 damage to the
evening in the School Cafetorium. Damage to the Sale car was esti- starched net and taffeta. The Cooksey car. and $40.00 damage g ..
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mated at $150. A case was made bodice featured embroidered spraysof I the furniture truck. MNU'Y KrC
flowers and had a round neck-
Sheriff Ed Porter who
against Balloon for improper Deputy I.
line and short sleeves. The
SPORTING NEEDS passing. Mrs Sale, a passenger in bouffant skirt had cap embroidered insets made the investigation, said no
the sedan, and the drivers escaped and a bias band of organdy charges were made due to the fact
injury. that ended in a flat bow at the that dense bushes along the right- COLOR DOMINATES
EVINRUDE MOTORS side. Her veil of illusion was attached of-way obstructed the view, which

CAMERAS & SUPPLIES to a queen's crown of iridescent caused the collision. _. THE FASHION LANDSCAPE
FISHING TACKLE AGRICULTURE CENSUS sequins and seed pearls. The 1

BROVNINGVINCHESTER roses bridal and bouquet stephanotis.Miss was of. baby orchids, Charlotte Woodward of Pinetta Wrap yourself n elegance VibranPcoTor Crests -Cajnni irtj

REMINGTON GUNS The 1959: Census of Agriculturewill Jerri Feagle was maid of and Judy Hollingsworth of Quincyleft master-styled by Betty Rose with pleated neckline for a shirred,

HOBBY CRAFT collect information on the honor and bridesmaids were the Saturday night for Bristol effect. "Shirt" collar has button-on self tab. Welt pockets and
number and size of farms, acreage Misses Vera Linda Webb of Mayo, Virginia, where they will attend
COMPLETE PHOTO SHOP and harvest of crops, livestock cousin of the bride; Vermel Putnal,I school at Sullins College.CONSTRUCTION. roomy armholes are fashion plus. Miliuai lined. Rd Nude_ flu
SPORTING GOODS production and inventories, selected Norma Carnelas and Pat Gilreath. Green, Llama, Grey. Sizes 6- to 16
LAMBRETTA MOTOR farm facilities, selected farm expenditures They wore matching gowns of
SCOOTERS farm values, and mort- turquoise and flamingo pink silk
taffeta. Their heart bouquetswere
over Easoi
gage debt. Information will be ;
of matching colors with golden New and Remodeling
THE SPORT CENTERCastle and
published for counties, states,
crest roses and white stephanotis.The .
the nation. maid of honor Howerton Supply Co.
pink
Park Shopping Center wore a
L S Taylor of Mayo is in chargeof embroidered organza gown with QUITMAN: GEORGIAOF
VALDOSTA, GA. the census takers in North scalloped neckline, fitted bodice and

Florida.Tiqr boufant_ skirt.. Her heart !bouquet a
featured American roses and steph-
anotis.
Herman Cherry served as best
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man for his brother and Thomas .
Beggs Ivan McMullen, John Cherryand
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Larrie Cherry were ushers. a r
The Lake Shore Woman's Club ;'4..r .A Gp.
House was the scene of the reception -
following the ceremony.
The bride is a graduate of
THE SHOE WITH THE BEAUTIFUL FIT Robert E Lee High School and ,, t3 __kr ..
I attended Virginia Intermont College

f versity.Bristol, Va, and Jacksonville Uni- ,G! t %tcw s. -,

The bridegroom, son of Mr and
Mrs 11V Cherry of Lee, is a
graduate of Madison High School
4 and served in the Air Force. Y'r 2R
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Mr and Mrs Cherry will live in r
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Out-of-town guests included Mr I
and Mrs 11V Cherry of Lee; Mr
1 and Mrs Marcus Cherry and two #gRJIT
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i children, Mr and Mrs Larrie Cherryand ;
three children Mr and Mrs
Herman Cherry ami child, and Mr riY
and Mrs John Cherry and four
children of Madison; Mrs Lola y w
Plymel of Mayo, the bride's grand-
mother; Mr and Mrs Elzie May and
daughter Cissy and Mr and Mrs emua a Y" r'r

.... Joe Peavy of Madison; and Mr
and Mrs Mellous Moore and jMr
and Mrs Talmage Williams, of Lee.
REHEARSAL PARTY
P'aOf. The rehearsal party Saturday WOODMEN OF THE WORLD LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETYNow
night at the home of Mrs Gladys
U/ Williams honoring Mr Cherry and
BLK. CALF bias; bride-elect and the wedding added to the Under the program, Tip to $1,000 may be paid on behalf of any bene
SIZES o attendants was given by his brothers growing list of its ficiary member of one year or longer Mho develops lung cancer. Payments
.o s e f and their wives, Mr and Mrs under this new program will be made with the following limitations.
4tf to 10 s Marcus Cherry, Mr and Mrs Larry fraternal services is Hospitalization (not to exceed (8.00 a day), $250; Operating Room,$75;
AAAA to B Cherry, Mr and Mrs John Cherryand ASSISTANCE Anesthesia, $50; X-ray and Bronchoscopy, $100; Drugs, $75; Surgeon.
f Mr and Mrs Herman Cherry.T $350; Private Nurses (registered only), $100; Maximum total each
TO MEMBERS
1< J Beggs in of Madison, an patient,$1,000.

f choosethis ,,fa usher at the wedding, was among AFFLICTED WITH This new assttance program Is not part of the insurance certificate.LUNG .-
o the guests. CANCER Rather, it is another free sen ice fraternally provided to our members.

UP TO The program for providing relief to members vlio become victims of(flood.
t :Miss Nita Mae Williamson has 51,000 tornado and other disasters has.now become liberalized. Such membersnow
returned by plane to Mountain may receive as much as a full year of payments for Woodmen of the
Vi w, Calif, after a two weeks' World-held life protection.ith a$100 limitation.
visit with her father Paul Williamson
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and family, rind her tuberculosis-after one jear's membership-which the Society has pro
grandmother, Mrs W Williamson.. tided since 1923.Ii.

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COLLEGE ENROLLMENT SOARS, Mr R C Blanton Mr and Mrs WOMAN'S CLUB HAS AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP
Enrollment at the North Florida I R C Blanton Jr and Mr and Mrs OPENING PROGRAMThe Ray Webb Lee School I Jumbo Hamburg 30c.
Choicest
of Steaks
Junior College, going into its Joe Blanton, of Jacksonville were and Sea
Claflin R Garst Jr, of Route
Foods
second year of operation, has almost callers here Friday enroute to the Boy PassesRay at WHITE TOP,
Madison Woman's Club began 3, Bradenton Fla has the two- ,
doubled for full-time day students Shrine convention in Tallahassee.R DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,
the new 1959-60 year's activities year scholarship of the St Regis
President Marshall Hamilton C Jr, and Joe Blanton are south of Madison. 3-lt-ch
I with a coffee Thursday morning Paper Company awarded annually
said today. The enrollment members of a Shrine Drum and
has already reached 307 and is expected Bugle Corps in Jacksonville.ings I. Sept 10 at the Club House to a junior in the. School of Fores- Webb, age 14, a studentof JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB
I Hostesses were Mrs Sherod Owens, try at the University of Florida. the Lee Junior High School, The Junior Woman's
to higher before
go even died last Saturday morning.The Club met
the close of official registration.Mr. Mrs C A Blalock and Mrs A P Young Garst, who graduated Monday night in the Club House
A. J. Hargrove, Registrar coupled with soundproofing, Edgerly. Visitors were Mrs J L from Manatee County High School little fellow was in school lounge with 20 members present

stated that to date enrollmenthad central heating and central air- Wells, Mrs R A Kennedy Mrs before entering the University, is I Friday but was taken very ill at Mrs Bob Lay, president, conducted ,

reached a total of 307 students conditioning, is approximately $265, John E Sands and Mrs CharlesR one of three college juniors in the I home the next day and died by the the business program when it was
time they could get him to the voted to adopt
new
000. by-laws. The
Stout. South to receive the '
and 90 students enrolled paper
in the Evening Division. Mr j .LIJ.T"TIr&&ULUU"VU"".wi11 f,.,.... ...ofra/1,..,'"... that....... .TtlfinQ..-.- Mrs-- -It *-.; -borne- opened the pany's annual scholarship com-I'hospital. He had been severely club also voted to endeavor to

with for the college Administration meeting with the Club Woman's The other winners are burned several years ago, but establish a closer relationship with
Hargrove to
pointed pride
the drawing boards C Nichols of Route 2, Selma whether this had anything to do the Senior Club. It was also votedto
building are on prayer and Mrs Marshall Hamilton Ala,
the fact that 65
approximately % II with his last week's illness not send Mrs T C Coody, presidentof
was
of last year's student body have and are expected to be completed announced the hold-over of a two-year scholarship to the reported. the Senior Club, a get-well card.A .

returned. within two weeks. These plans the past year's officers into the school of Forestry, Alabama Polytechnic social hour followed the pro-

The new Science and Library I I will then be sent to the State new year. Institute at Auburn; and Survivors include his mother, gram.

buildings on the College Campus I Department of Education for approval Mrs A P Edgerly reported George L Perry of 145 Hill Ave Mrs Lessie Webb of Lee; three Visitors included Mrs James

are rapidly nearing completion and I I before the letting of con- $243.00 realized from the refreshment ]I II Sanford, N Cf a two-year scholar- brothers. David of St Petersburg, Moncrief, Miss Dorothy, Landon

are expected to be occupied by I I tracts. Dr Hamilton said it is I booth at the Tobacco Warehouse ship at the school of Forestry of Ronnie of Lee, and Elbert. with Mrs Robert Kennedy all connected

October 1st. These brick-faced I!:!'hoped the projects can be advertised -I I during the sales season. She I the University of Georgia. the U S Army in Germany; one Sewell.with the NFJC and Mrs Carl

concrete buildings are the first of i; within two months. Hamil-I reported two new Governor Win- I sister Miss Janie Kuth Webb of I

several new buildings planned for)I I ton predicted the new buildings.I throp chairs to be added to the Mr and Mrs Harry Drake and', Leehis maternal grandmother, 3 pm Tuesday in the CorinthPrimitive

the campus. Cost of the new build-i I i will he completed by June of 1960. Club House Furniture, one to be I baby moved this week to make :Mrs R L Phillips of Lee, and his Baptist Church south of

given by the Senior Club and one I their home in Panama City.A I I I1'paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Lee. Interment was in Corinth

from the Junior Club. Also the ; ------1'J P Webb, of Lee. cemetery in charge of the T J

Breeden's purchase of two lamp pedestals is I i I Funeral services were held at Beggs Jr Funeral Home.

being considered.
I
Two scholarships, at $100 each,

FASHION & GIFT SHOP were reported given by the club i I

to the North Florida Junior Col-

FEATURING THE LATEST STYLES IN vLadies' lege. The recipients are Miss Emily i WMAFTHE
Burnett and Miss Samantha Clark. j i

i Mrs R L Milliner, librarian, reported Service of Your Doctor of Medicine
Misses' Juniors' I Your Local Medical' Society mad the BIG IN TOWN'Welcomes
briefly on the operating Florida Medical Association. SOUND
plans of the new library system. SPARE PARTS FOR

ANDChildren's Miss Sandra Ulm, sponsored by BODIES StudentsAt

the Club to Girls State, made a The availability of spare parts

\ WearGIFTS most interesting report on the for rapidly.human Eye bodies cOrneas.is as expanding well as All Schools!

political and social phases of the blood bones, arteries and nerves
FOR EVERY OCCASION meeting attended by 264 girls of are now stored in "banks" on
the State. which surgeons can draw whena You'll just love our Rock 'n
patient needs a replacement.The
FLOREE TATE BREEDEN PHONE HU 3-6850 Mrs Bob Lay, president of the imposing array of spare Roll, Hill Billy, and Popular
parts that already have been
Junior Woman's Club, gave a report -
transplanted banked and fabri- Records, plus our Commercials.
Owner-Manager :Madison, Fla. on the year's activities, and cated is only the beginning of a
relationship with the Senior Club. new era in this field. Physiciansare

.DC"C........r'".vn.I'\U PI'\n rvn r".w.' ...."'.....w. when looking they can forward take to advantageof the time BOBLAYJgr.Hunter .

Friday night Oct 2, was set for the hearts, lungs and kidneys,
the annual for as well as tissues and append- 3 six three, three, threeListen
TOWNE SQUARE INNON party the Madison
ages, which are av ilable. There
school faculties. If weather con- probably will be banks for

( THE TIMES SQUARE CORNER OF MADISON) ditions. permit the affair will bea lage.spleens, windpipes and carti- As You Study!

garden party at the country
WELCOME NFJC STUDENTS In some medical centers skin
home of Mrs Leila M Gibson. Both grafts are available for victimsof
clubs to be hostesses. extensive burns. While these
"Back Home"See skin grafts from other bodiesare
NEW
LIBRARY BOARD not permanent when appliedto

The new Madison County Library a burned victim they do decrease ..
THE MUSIC ROOM, air-conditioned and exclusively reservedfor Governing Board was an- fluid loss reduce pain
and infection until
prevent
nounced and included Mrs H
from the
grafts person's own
NFJC students. Kramer Mr Mellous Moore of body can replace the borrowedskin.

Lee, Mrs Dan Chason of Sirmans, It has been suggested that LOOK FOR
I skin be typed much the same
We will cooperate with you on
!Miss Irene Williams of Madison. way that blood groups have
special meals in line with your and Mrs Peter Stern of Greenville, been typed. Once the problemof ,
"lined pocket." chairman. incompatibility of skin has
been eliminated it is pointed
out skin typing would be ex-
-Come See Us- Mr and Mrs John Henry Drydenand tremely helpful when large
amounts of skin are needed following .
baby Charlotte are visiting major disasters.
their parents Mr and Mrs Frank Blood vessel grafting begaa

.Student Special Next Week! .' Underwood and Mr and Mrs Jim early in the century and todaya
v number of artificial fibers are
HAMBURGER OR VEAL CUTLETS Dryden. this weekend. They will in use as arterial substitutions.
be accompanied home by Mr and These inert materials are being SUMMERCLEARANCE
e FRENCH FRIES used as matrices or tretibes
Mrs James E Williams who are '
around which the recipient'sown
A GIANT COFFEE or TEA- visiting their parents here. The tissue'is reb ..,It'is being
families will return to Jackson proved< in many instances that
u artificial or chemical substance
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T Saturday and Sunday visits with nataral body tissue in effective
friends and relatives here. ness. Of course, natural blood
vessel grafts known as "homo-
We have Mrs. Neiie Harrell, formerly with Madison Restaurant, -xMr grafts are also in wide use. SPECIAIS
W S Beasley of Columbia Medical science is working
as our head cook. Tenn business visitor constantly to save and increase
was a here life
by replacing diseased and
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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST -- I'i --
CHURCHA CHURCHA C. E. EDGLEY Day Phone 1227 I

preaching WELCOME service every YOU SundayWE Service Sunday Owner Night Phone 49-W 'I SCHWINN BICYCLES I II : s.
preaching every
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. COMPLETE: LINE LAKE CITY, FLA. Franchised Dealer. & Service

2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. morning1st HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
Sunday School each and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. FLOOR TILES I I
2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m.
Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday.1st .
THE 4-H CLUB I
Prayer Service each JOIN
8:00 and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m AND : .
Wednesday p. m.
2nd 'and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. tP -
Family Night covered m.1 4 &
dish supper, Friday Family Night Covered Dish CABINET TOPS "The 4-H Club offers many op- GIHCtI Alt
portunities to boys and girls 10
2nd Friday night month
every
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. "
to 21 years of age, says Assistant AGED
of promptly at 7:00 p. m. fLAVOR
Woman's Society
Paint County Agent Haney Paulk.
Christian Service Woman's Society of Christian Service Howerton Supply Co. CompanyStore
"In
the 4-H Club you get valuable 4
meets Thursday after meets on Monday night after Front Designingand training-training in leader- YEARSIN

1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. ship, training in project work, WOODPepsiCoa

Methodist:Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets Installation training for good citizenship. Be-

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on _- .u- GLASS for EVERY PURPOSE sides, the 4-H program offers plenty -
Springs Tuesday after of time for fun."
4th Sunday 8:00 p. m. 'Tuesday after the 4th Sunday
8:00 m. Recreation at summer camps, out- eS
p.
Wednesday SUNDAY PROGRAM
Official Board meets 1st SCHEDULEW
each even numbered month The Official Board meets each M A F Pinetta-Hanson Phone ings, parties and trips give 4-H

after service. month following the supper on 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music Club members an opportunity to
prayer have fun and to meet other young ) Bottling Co.
Commission on Education meets Family Night. 7:55 News

1st Wednesday each odd numbered P. K. ROWELL S. S. Sup 8:00: Baptist Hour Job Approved'WORK people."It is a requirement of 4-H Cluo PERRY, FLORIDA

month after prayer service. MRS. W. \V. CATLEDGE, Treas.C. 8:30 Gospel Music work that each member take at
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. B. DAVIS, PASTORLEE 9:00 Revival Time "
least one project. Paulk
HARRY M. 9:30 TO BEGIN AT EARLY says.
THOMAS: SURLES, Gospel Concert 4#
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"However, 4-H members have a v
DATEA
COCHRAN, Asst's.C. 10:00 News I y v
B. DAVIS, Pastor. METHODIST CHURCH 10:05 Sunday Serenade telephone call from Mr Ira wide variety of projects from which

10:45 Prelude to Worship Allen of the Southeastern Tele- they may choose and which they
BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching Every Sunday.1st will enjoy. These range. from dairy-
FIRST 11:00 Morning Worship phone Company to this paper advises -
GREENVILLE, FLA. and 3rd Sundays 12:00 News that the Pinetta-Hanson tele- ing, beef steer, swine, poultry, field I

Sunday School ___ 10:00 A. M. -.-- 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. 12:15 Afternoon Melodies phone job has been approved and crops, tractor care, to cooking,

Morning Worship '__'__ 11:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 12:55 News that material for the work has sewing, home beautification and
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday School Every 1:00 Afternoon Melodies been ordered. There will be facili- others. In each project, the mem-

EeningVorship __ 7:30 P. M. Sunday __.,_.____ 10:00 a. m. 1:30 Afternoon Melodic ties for seventy or eighty people, bers learn by doing skills which

Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:40 Serenade In Blue he added, with some reserve facili- they can put to use immediately

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HANSON METHODIST CHURCH ZEB WILLIAMS. Pastor 2:00 Hour 0: Decision ties.Work is expected to begin with Members get the opportunity to

Preaching Services every First BOB SEARCY Sunday School Supt 2:30 Musical Sunday in thirty days and to be completed give demonstrations, to hold office,
and Third Sunday 11:00 A. M. to serve as Junior leaders helping Does insurance
255 News within forty-five or sixty days. your
PINE ,
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and 7:30 P. M. BAPTIST CHURCH 3:00 Musical Sunday younger boys and girls with pro-I

Sunday School every Sunday Preaching every Sunday 3:55 News ject work and with the 4-H pro- cover theunmort9aged
10:30 A. M. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Eugene Davis of Macon Ga., was gram. These activities give the 4-H

Family Night Saturday before Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M. 4:00 4:55 Hit News Parade the week end guest of his parents,, I members a greater sense of responsibility part
Mr and Mrs P K Rowell. His sister -
second Sunday 4:00 P. M. and
Every and develop poise
Baptist Union 7:00 j
Training P. M.
5:00 Music At Sundown
REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor Mrs Bates Scoggins of Spartan- > self confidence and the ability to of your home'1If
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. 5:30 Headlines & Weather
; burg, S C, is here for a two weeks' work with others the Agent states.
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HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting every 5:33 Sign Off visit with Mr and Mrs Rowell.x .
Parents who have boys and girlsof
Sunday School 10:00 A. it Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M.W PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO -x- who your home were destroyed

Morning Worship ._ 11:00 A. M. B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Stanley Williams made a l proper of 4-H age will make are a not valuable members today would you have

Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union business trip to Jacksonville Fri investment for the present and enough insurance to cover

Evening Worship .___ 7:30 P. M. day. investment? Make sure
Daily Program Schedule future of the young people by en- your
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST of
GURR, Minister couraging them to join a local 4-H the unmortgaged part
Brotherhood last Thursdayof
Club. All information about 4-H home..the part you've
each month at ........ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO WMAP 1230 ON YOUR DIAL NEED CHRISTMAS MONEYS your
can be obtained from the County for..is fully
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:00 A.M. Sign On Take advantage of AVON'S Agent's or Home DemonstrationAgent's already paid
Circle 6:02 Fla. Farm protected.Call us for a prop-
Evelene Kelley Hr.
seaso office the
You located in Madi-
Christmas selling
____.. P. M. 6:25 insurance checkup.
3rd Thursday 2:30 Come Worship With Us World & State News son County Agricultural Center. erty

V. L. SINGLEI'ARY. S. S. SupL Sunday School ___.____ 10:00 A. M. 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour can earn $10 to $50 per week

ALBERT KELLEY. B.T.U. Director Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. 6:45 Rudy Hamrick, by giving friendly service to CASTLE PARK FASHION SHOW Morrow Insurance!;
REV. LE\VTS D. HUGHEN. Pastor (Mon. Wed. Fri.)
Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M.
your neighbors. Full or part Merchants- in Castle Park, Valdosta -
E"eningVorship ._...... 8:00 P. M. 6:55Vorld News
WELCOME: TO put on a Fashion Show at
time. Write AN, Box 3103, AgencyPhone
7:00 State News ,
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Mid-week Prayer Senice 8:00: P. M. the Green Turtle Restaurant Thurs-

Sunday School .....__...._ 10:00: A. M. Brotherhood 4th Friday 8:00 P. M. 7:05 Coffee With Ray Tallahassee. Fla. day evening, Sept. l6th. HU 3-6250
Morning Worship _.._ 11:00 A. M. Jack Pickles ._............. S. S. SuptSim 7:45 World News The late fall apparel was shown

Training Union _.___ 630 P. M. Andrews .... B. T. U. Director 7:50( State News I by LaRue's for misses, juniors, I MADISON. FLORIDA I
REV. M. J. FOWLER, Pastor 7:55Veather 'News Zant's for children.
Worship __ 7:30 P. M.
Evening
: 8:00: Offee with Ray I &
Prayer Meeting:: ...._.____ 7:30 P. M. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 9:00 Morning Devotions ; "ll I Jones shoes for the patterson-I Representing the
Church Business Meeting First Casual Shop for men and Hanford FareInsurance J-:
CHURCH 9:15: Musical Interlude NEED YOUR WATCH REPAIRED?
Wednesday night of each month. 9:30 Mrs Leroy Carter was director of Company
Music Unlimited
KELLY Croup
WATCHMAKERAll
SecondTtmrr.day SEE show.
M. U.
Brotherhood and W. Ithe .
Preaching Services every Sunday 10:00 News I
of each month Repair Work Guaranteed
night
Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 10:05 Music Unlimited
Preaching Services Every Sunday Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 10:30 Music Unlimited GOOD USED WATCHESNew I Smith-Corona adding

Come Worship With Us. Sunday School every Sunday at 11:00 Music Unlimited watches and bands fur that CUTA
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REV. DOZIER SAPP Pastor 10:00 A. M. 11:15 Public Service appreciated gift Machines
typewritersand !
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LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. 11:30 Record Session KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP SUMMER COLDS

REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor Prayer Meeting every \Wednesday' 12:00 World News MADISON
Sen-ices every Sunday. at 8:00 P. bLBrotherhood 12:15 P.M. Noontime* Notes cash registers.EnterpriseRecorder. ./'

Sunday School __.......____ 10:00 a. m. first Thursday every I 12:30 Talk Of The Town I TAKE A-
Morning Worship _.._ 11:00 a. m. month at 7:30 P. M. 12:40 Uncle Ned w- The for'

STaining Union ._....._._ 7:00 p. m. Eve'bouyVelcome.. 12:45 State News symptomatic.RELIEF .
EeningVorship __.__.. 8:00 p. m. REV. J. R. COLLINS, Pastor. 1250 Farm News When buying your 66 6

Prayer Meeting Wed. .__. 7:30 p. m. MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 12:55Veather- News
1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade I
L. D. S. SERVICE 701 South Range E-R from Newsboys _ _
1:55 i News 1.-
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CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF Bible Study ____ 10:00 A. bLLord's 2:00 Gospel Time W. a . a . .8. . ..

LATTER DAY SAINTS Supper and 2:30 Public Service Please DO NOT park In the
Edification __ 11:00 A M. : One Great Team
Sunday School ._........- 10:00 a. m. 2:45 Afternoon Melodies street and make your newsboy no :
Bible Study ___ 7:00 P. M.
into the street to make a sEle.
Sacrament Meeting ___ 11:00am. 2:55Vorld & State News out .
and Friesthood Time Preaching 7:30 P. M. 3:00: Afternoon Melodies Kindy! pull over to tie curb. .
Relief Society Ladies' Class Thursdays Amoco White Gas & Permalube Oily
and place as announced at Sacra- 3:45 Public Service Our newsboys have instructionsto : Super
ment Meeting. NEW HOPEFUL 4:00 News STAY OUT of the streets, and .

\LL SERVICES AT AMERICAN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 4:05 Request Parade we will apprecIateyour- cooperating .

LEGION HALLE Services every tirst and third 4:55Vorld & State News with us AND THEM for .
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R. CARRYL. Branch Pres. Sundays at 11 a. m., and 8:00 p. m. 5:00 Request Parade THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very .
CHERRY LAKEKMOSELEY 5:45 Sports Highlights much. .
RIDGE ROAD Sunday School every Sunday 10:00a.
6:00 World News
HALL BAPTIST m.training Union every Sunday 7:00p. 6:15 Twilight Tunes GOODYEAR TIRES y
CHURCH 655 News r

REV. JACK LAMB PastorS. REV.m W. T. BYCROFT. Pastor 7:00 Sign Off JIM'S BAY STATION > U
R. Sapp Chairman Board of PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO

Deacons. BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE U. S. 90 EAST. MADISON 1

Billy Bailey....... BTU Director Welcomes You .

Leroy Cruse ......*. Associate Director Services Every Sunday --
REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor OH MY
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Leroy Cruse SuptMiss ,
A. M.
Sunday School ______ 10:00
Merle Bass .......... Song Leader Morning Worship ____ 11:00 A. M.' ACHING BACK Georgia MEDDERS :

Mrs Juanita Cruse ._..._ Pianist Choir Practice '_._....._ 6:00 P. M.

Sunday School ._...._ 10:00 A. M Training .Union ____ 6:30 P. M need Now from You nagging ca let backache the fut,relief headache you PLATE GLASS tf/ r

Morning Worship .?_ 11:00 A. .M. Evening-Worship ___._ 7:30 P. *L and muscular acbes and pains that often

Tmming Union ._ 7:00 P.: M. Prayer 1Ieeting.Ved.. 7:30 P. M.SEVENTHDAY out cams!feebncs.restless niffhts When and the miserable** discomfort tired- compa Y /
com oa with oret aerttoa or stress and
GLASS AMOCO STATION
Evening Worship __ 8:00 P. M. ADVENTISTCHURCH strain-TOO want relief-want it fast I
Another disturbance mar be mild bladder e
Prayer Meeting Wed 7-30 P. M. irritation following wrong food and GLASS BLOCK e
at Madison drink- Saturday
Just as I am. without one plea. I Services every MIRRORS *
I come Regardless of your clothes I American Legion HalL Doaa's POte chaff.work fast ta % separate / ARN1E MEDDERS Owner I 1 I
Sabbath School begins 2 pmm way: t.by speedy pain-rehennf action .
condition. Whether cotton Home to eas torment of nagging backache. 215 W. Savannah Ave. 0 I
Church Service at 3 p. m. aeaitiehei. nascalar'ache aDd paia..
spun. You are welcome in our E C WILLIS S S Supt X. by soothing effect o* bladder imta- Phone: CHERRY 2-5285. New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas,Tirea, Batteries & Accessories : ;
church service. iioa. S. by rnijd di reUc actioa'to tending Valdosta
HAROLD YATES, Pastor Telephone increase output. ..of 'the IS mile of Georgia \VASHING
kidney tabea. LUBRICATION 4 POLISHING e
MADISON CHURCH. OF GOD HU 36517. Enjoy. a food airht'i.alecy sad OK .
?undav School 10:00 A. M. Everypne Welcome! .... happy tells( millions have for own FOLEY LAWN MOWERS CORNER BASE A SHELBY; STS. .
C4 years. New Urn sire save JIIOIICF.'s'PILLS. ;.
Morning orshio ___.. !!**> A. M Get Doart Pilk STRATf v
BRlGGS ON
FREE Touch-typing course with MOTORS HU
I PHONE 3-9419
Worshin 7:30 P. M.
Evening .
10 cent Down Payment .
SMITH- RONA portable per
Ynnth Service Wednesday 8:00 P. 1(, every .1
REV. B. B..: BRICKLEY ,Pastor typewriter at JIlt:.1;.-R. .. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. .e o .-. eeee . .8 .ea A., I..JI ..... a B..