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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: October 9, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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: PUBLISHED INN EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA


I I Vol. LIX No. 6 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9th. 1959 Madison, Florida Price; 10c) Yearly Subscription $3.75 ; Delayed Renewals M.OO

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I Homecoming at Lee NOTICEDr You saw it in Newsweek OAK HILL NEWSKEELING.ALLEN Did you RAISING know QUAIL that Mr Lon

now we've got it. the Terry's newest sideline is the raising

Methodist Church of quail? He has two species,

F. L. Bush of Pinetta sensational Half-Scale the large native bob white and the

will be away from his office Miss Nora Lee Keeling and Mr smaller Japanese quail. They hava

Homecoming will be held at Lee until October 19. 1910 Hamp Allen were quietly marriedby ,birds of all ages from eggs on.
Methodist Church Sunday. Oct. 18th. I Monday, Judge T N Holcombe of Valdosta Mrs Hugh Landing of Live Oak

Sunday School 10 a. m. 6-2t-ch] MODEL T September 26. spent Wednesday with the Lon

Preaching Service 11 a. m. The passing of Mrs M J Donellywas 'Terrys.

Dinner served at noon hour. Homecoming at mourned by many here. Her 'I
Mr and Mrs Talmage Bland had
Rev T Gerald Williams of Tallahassee Ieplica: capable hands have eased the painof
I visitors Oct 7 and Mrs
as Mr
former pastor, will be the many sufferers and her
preacher. First Baptist Church Gerald Kettle and Mr and Mrs
guest phy of life was an PhiIOSO-1 I
Singing and fellowship for the Loyd Cumming of Cottam, Ontario,
all who knew her. The
afternoon program. 50f'y, Canada. They are spending two
invited. I Dr W G Stracener of Jacksonville Wheelbase have our utmost sympathy. I
Everyone cordially weeks vacation touring Florida and
WILLIAMS, Pastor will preach the morning: Mr and Mrs Downing Jewel and I ,
REV ZEB I 3 HP will visit in Miami. .:
sermon at the Homecoming at the family are welcomed as new resi-
,... _*._ --_fc62tch 11 THREE TEATS '
First Baptist church Sunday, GtglneRUNS dents. Their trailer is located near
October 18th. Dinner will be served I Mr and Mrs J L Davis own one
the George Williams home.
To Build on the ground, and a big day is of nature's oddities, a cow with
Methodists anticipated.A Mr Son Pinson brother of Mrs, just three teats.

The Beautitudes will] Lon Terry was laid to rest Sunday
cantata, Mr and Mrs Paul Reaves and
Parsonage On be presented at the evening hour. v pm at Pine Grove. The family has Messrs Gordon and Jesse Hugginswere
our fullest sympathy.
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visitors of Mr I E Reaves

Present Site To Open Thrift ShopThe Mrs SHOWER Bennie FOR Jackson BRIDE, a recent Sunday. Mr Gordon Huggins returned -

from nine weeksof
recently
bride was honored Oct lot witha
curing tobacco in Canada.
At a congregational meeting Junior Woman's Club will miscellaneous shower. Several :

Wednesday night at the church re-open their Thrift Shop Saturday hilarious games were played and

Methodists voted to build the new Oct. 10, in the Setzer Building and prizes awarded to the winners. .

parsonage on the site of the present the Shop will be open every Satur Mrs Jackson was assisted by Mrs THEVEATHER

one on South Meeting Street. day. Donations of all kinds of Jackie Strickland in opening her .
AND HANDLES LIKE A REAL CARl!
clothing shoes kitchen utensils etc, varied gifts. Mrs Jackson, motherof
will be acceptable. This hotl-_. Model T is the delight of kids and grownups .iwr.v.it .r
LEE NEWS\ NOTESAnnual Proceeds from the Shop are used I* shown -ovnd-iolidly built it will .vfl howl two adult Steel from the groom was a special guest "
Week ending October 6th, 1959
for the and rugged movld d FiberGlass body. Mechanical brake Forward nevtral. Hostesses were Mrs Emmett Gaston -
many philanthropic projects
reverse. Red spoked wheels, brass colored headlamps\ Normal speed up to 10 Mrs Albert Hammock, Mrs Max: Min. Rf.
of the of
Club outstanding
here at the mphNot designed fur highway use. but plenty of fun on paved areas, etc. Wednesday 95 71 .00
home coming which are NFJC scholarship; toys Julian Hammock and Mrs Bobbie
Thursday 93) 69 .00
Methodist church 3rd Sunday in for the local hospital, sponsoring J B DAVIS will give away this 1910 :MODEL T Replicaat Keeling, in whose home the event Friday I 93 (67 .00

'J this month (Oct 18). The Rev of a Brownie Troop and Recreation the DAVIS SERVICE STATION on DEC 24. MR was held. Saturday 96 71 .19

Gerald Williams of Tallahassee a Center. Mrs Margaret Lay is DAVIS invites you to stop by his place today and learn Mrs Emma Keeling is spendingsome Sunday 1 71 .00

former pastor, wW be guest peaker. in charge of receiving t>.oations.. the full details oh how you may.become the proud owner time with her daughter, Mrs, Monday 90. 69 ,00Tuesday

.... All are fuvifedlo come. We are' Free of this car! George HammocK, at St Augustine. 94 70 .0(1(
looking forward to a great day. T M Howerton's station wagon Mrs Sally Hammock returned to -
stolen recently in Madison was recovered TOTAL .
l9
Basket ball practice begins at her home Sunday after a long visit
in St. Petersburg.x Ft. Benjamin Harrison, 'Ind. Rainfall week ending Oct 3rd at
local school.Lee Madison Garden with her daughters Mrs Earnest
-x- (AFTNC) Army Pvt Marion L Gibson Tower 0.30 in, Lovett Tower
basket ball boys started M Bryan attended the meeting Roberts 24, whose wife Marion, I Young of Jasper and Mrs Marshall None Aucilla Tower None, Mill

practicing this past week. The fol of Florida presbytery in Monti- School Closes lives in Madison, Fla. completedthe Kirby of 'Live Oak. Creek Tower None Madison forestry

lowing boys have reported for the cello Tuesday. data-processing-equipment opera- WMS of Pinetta First Baptist headquarters 1.00 in.

"A Team": Joey Johnson, Shelby tor course Sept. 25 at The Adjutant church gave the Royal Service pro- Rainfall for month of September

Mercer Ray Williams Robert GREENVILLE CUB SCOUTS General's School, Fort Benjamin I gram Oct 5th a short business 3.68 in.Rainfall. .

Stokes Edgar Barrs and Billy HOBBY SHOW (Rudy Hamrick County Agent) I Harrison, Ind. The son of Mrs I meeting was held afterward at Jan 1st through Sept

Brown. The 7th and 8th gradersare The last session in a series of Marion B Roberts, Donaldsonville I which time Mrs R L Crafton was;30th. 54.25 in.

in some hard work Cub Scout Pack No. 602 met at meetings on landscape design and Ga he is a 1953 ,graduate of Semi-I elected president for the coming Sun rises Oct 9th 6:33 am, sets
putting the home of Mrs Hubert Sherrod ornamentals ended this week with nole County High School and a I 6:08 pm.Moon .
also. Their first game is with in Greenville Friday afternoon I i a talk and demonstration by S ARose 1P59 graduate of Georgia Instituteof I year. Sunbeam Band and GA's met sets Oct 10th 12:45 am.

Pinetta early in December.Mr where Den 1 held a pet and hobby; Extension Ornamental Horti Technology. also with Mrs Cecil Crafton and High tide Oct 9th at St Marks
and Mrs J H Blanton and show. I culturist Tuesday night. Rose had I Mrs Tommie Hammock as leaders." light 8:29 pm.

brother, Mr Paul Blanton of Plant The following awards were made:: I. as his topic Propagation of Ornamental -

City, were week end guests of Mrs Most unusual pet-frog, enteredby Plants. He explained and

J B Rains and Miss Vesta Blanton Bobby Lawson-'blue ribbon. ,', demonstrated the various means ofi

They attended the Primitive Bap Cutest pet French poodle, i i propagation. including cuttings,,
tist Association which was held al "Missie," entered by Sandra Stutz- grafting budding layering and re

Fellowship Church. man-blue ribbon. production from seed. The use of

Mr and Mrs S K Driggers had Brighest colored pet-a rooster, polyethylene bags and various root .. .
<
"Pee Wee entered by Kenny Harper be a very
as guests for the week end Mi ing media were shown to
-blue ribbon. cuttings.
effective method of rooting
of Perry
and Mrs John Alderman Smallest pet-a parakeet "Prettj; 90 and
A test was given the men
and Mr and Mrs Milton Driggen Boy," entered by Eddie Brown- women in attendance using ques YOUR NEWSPAPER

of Jacksonville.The blue ribbon. ; tions from each of the (6j) discussion
many friends of Mr Prentiss Largest pet-a dog "Freckles'" periods. Mrs Ernest Page -.

Cherry are glad to learn that he entered by Stephen Jones-blue type sprayer .: '
given a pressure
was
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ribbon. t'r.'jjc. i.t :'y7
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is back from a hospital in Valdosta for having top score on the test. '

after taking treatment for Meekest pet-a puppy, "Ring"entered ,, At the conclusion of the meeting ;

throat ailment. His wife another "oy George Wheeler-red Rose made several flower arrangements NiIfr ...->Y..''..,,,,-""'\,I .
a ribbon. '
plant 4
locally grown
members of the family wen using
Fiercest pet-a small dog material In doing this he emphasizedthe .
at his bedside most all the time. "Tootsie," entered by Lee Loper- and
flower
native Your Is "Freedom's
returnee, use of grown .. newspaper ..
Williams .
J H blue ribbon. { '
Mrs in flower arrange .J
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foliage plants
from a visit with her Oldest pet-"Missie," entered bj;
Friday
home I 7
ments. r Textbook" bringing i'
children in Jacksonville.Mr Sandra Stutzman-red ribbon. ,
The Madison County Landscapeand /
Edward Whitty and Youngest pet-"Ring," entered b:) -b
and Mrs fear
without
Garden School was arranged r you, or -
George Wheeler-yellow ribbon.In !
children Claudia Ann and Wayne, specific classes, these awards: by the County and H D Agents w..

went to Jacksonville Friday 01]. sere presented: with assistance from the Agricul favor, the facts you must
there they wen tural Extension Service Staff.
While "
business.
DOGS: Missie-blue ribbon San ,
guests of Mrs L B Claud. They dia Stutzman. The Dogwood Circle of the Madison 7 : : have in order to exercise

visited Mr and Mrs CaltorWhitty Freckles--red ribbon, Stephen I Garden Club served coffee and
also .
and children at Baldwin.. Jones. I small cakes during the social in wisely the freedom of choicer
termission. Mrs Leila M Gibson and
.s
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McMullen Clara Am Lull*-yellow ribbon, Hugh I
Mrs RV ''Sherrod. Mrs A P Edgerly were acting hos which K bask to all of your
W D Johnson Mr t.
McMullen, Mrs tesses. :

A E Ragans and Mrs Flossi Tootsie-white CATS: Mittens-blue ribbon ribbon Lee ,Loper Johi : : American freedoms. JUst. so

Chandler were visitors in Valdosti Stutzman. ?, Ir

Friday. Blackie-red ribbon Ernie Bowers, long as the press h free,

Puff-yellow ribbon, Jane Carol] MCTS Boiler Room
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Roenbeck. unhampered and uninterrupted -

BIRDS:. Pretty Boy-blue ribboi l lightning
Gramling Family Eddie Brown. Damaged by I!; tia : your rights end privileges r
Sherrod
Bill-ted ribbon. Jimmy -
Reunion PUPPIES: Peanut-blue ribbon t as en American are

Glenn Loper. t
Damage by fire in the amount E
Ring-red ribbon, George Wheeler f secure! I
Doll-yellow ribbon, Arthur Hand: of $4,550 was caused by lightningto .. i
the boiler room at Madison i
The Gramling family will have J t
reunion at Shiloh Methodist ley.HOBBY COLLECTIONScrap-, County Training School last Satur- ;

church Sunday Oct. 18 beginning book-match box tops and picture day afternoon. Supt Bishop stated

at 10 a. m. All members of the post cards--red ribbon Eddie Cash. that lightning struck the mainline .S ,

family and friends are invited tc Shells and foreign money-yellow' going into the building. Steel

attend. 6-9-2t-cl: ribbon Stephen Jones. beams, a section of the roof anda
Mrs Frankie Frohock and Mrs i
wall will have to be replaced, in Published In o&Mnraifca of .
Rev R W Coker of Greenville Donald Laney were judges. addition to valves insulation, and .
Mrs Pearl Jones of Lee an Obout 65 attended the show.
and wiring around the boiler. A small Hatsnal Newspaper WI'Ie, Oct. It-at
and MR I
their approaching marriage Mrs Hubert Sherrod
flounce
Sunday, Oct. 11. at 2:30 pm in the Clinton Brown, Den Mothers, served( amount of damage was caused to
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Macedonia Baptist church. refreshments. an adjoining classroom.



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For a full line of Charles Chester's I NOTICE OF SCHOLARSHIP Ladies' Shoes ,

EXAMINATIONS TO FILL *

Hunting Clothing & Shoes STATE VACANCIES SCHOLARSHIP d--- ..

SPECIALThermalInsulated 'hL'r

Scholarship examinations will be

given Tuesday, October 13 begin-
Boots for Men
ning at 8:30 a. m. Examinationsfor
white applicants will be given I
at the Madison County Bookroom.
$19.95 water proofFULL For Negro applicants, the exami-'I
nations will be given at the Madi-
I
LINE OF MEN AND LADIES SHOES son Training School. Applicants for
teaching scholarship loans must be x
AIR-CUSHIONED SHOES SOLES currently enrolled in an approved
college in Florida. Applicants for

CECIL MEDDERSPhone nursing scholarship loans must be aY
currently enrolled in nursing schoolor

must enroll no later than Feb i
HU 3-6875 Madison, Fla. ruary, 1960. Successful applicantswho
are currently enrolled in school x, ,
"tea y ,M
will receive payment for the first

LAND DEALSJ semester.To k ,
be eligible to participate in .
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a Y V'
Goodyear Tires $12.95 the examination the applicant must nM1e
C Webb and wife to Murray D :
be a citizen of the United States
670 Blair and wife 80 acres in Sec 2,
15
x All-Weather tube-type,
and a bona fide resident of Florida I ,
Tp 1 S, R' JO E.
(must have been living in Floridafor
plus tax and'recappable tire. Mrs :Mary Leona Porter and hus- t/ sa
at least one year, and applicantsfor
band to Sidney D McLeod and
teaching scholarships must also
MESSER wife, Lot 4, Blk B, Park ViewS ,
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have resided in the county represented ,, ;:
D, Town of Greenville.
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six months) If the
Robert F Bunting and wife to. apPli-1 ;1.
Battery & Tire Co. I cant is under 21 years of
John E Sands and wife, Lots 139
parents must have lived in Florida +
and 140, Blk 21, Town of :Madison, o s 555
for at least one year.
occupancy of part of house re-
There are teaching scholarship
THIRD GRADERS SEE
served for life. I vacancies for 27 freshmen 15
WARING DAIRY
Kathleen BV"nn to Charles T sophomores, and 24 juniors. There
Wynn, her undivided one-half in- are no vacancies at the senior level.A v fg d ti
The three sections of the Third terest in 80 ft x 212 ft in on North I senior is defined as a student S.. w" ;ao
Grade of Madison
Elementary Horry St Madison.
who plans to graduate before September 55
School, sixty-five boys and girls in Davie C Vickers to W B Ilagan,1 1, 1960. The 66 scholarship 1.
ages 8 and 9 years, made a trip to certain land in NEIL of NEU, Sec vacancies will be awarded to the
the Ben S Waring Dairy Farm 29, Tp 1 N, R 7 E, Town of highest scoring applicants from the
north of Madison Tuesday for the Greenville. ,
state at large.
purpose of making observations on Yellow Pine Inc to Andrew H The following nursing scholarship i
the handling and processing of and Judith K Sheffield 77.34 ft
loans are available: Nine (9) Basic See Fall
our new collection.
milk preparatory to distribution. x 170 ft x 77.40 ft x 170 ft in Collegiate $500.00 per year) ; ..
They will write papers on their Lot 15, Yellow Pine Heights SID.G Twenty-seven (27) Professional '
finding for the class room. C Blanton and wife to Weaver-
Diploma ($300. per year;) Twenty- t
They returned by way of the new Loughridge Lumber Co, 240 acres five (25)) Practical ($300. per year);
Dairy Bar in West Madison where
in
Profes-
Tp2SR6E. Forty-five (45) for Licensed
they were treated to cones by John C J Blanton and wife Weaver-- sional Nurses who wish to do ad- .

Waring. Loughridge Lumber Co. 160 acres in vanced study leading to the Bache-
Howell Waring conducted the Tp 2 S, R 6 E. lor's degree ($500. per year in a paradise .
visitors on the tour of the dairy. and
Florida college $2,000.00 per
Mrs Sara Copeland, Mrs Harvey CHERRY LAKE 4-H CLUB year in an out of state college).
Paulk and Mrs Frances Mercer, Tests will cover English, science, I,

third grade teachers, chaperonedthe Thursday, October 1, the girls'4H social studies, and mathematics. A ji&
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youngsters.Mr Club of Cherry Lake met with scholastic aptitude test also will be

Mrs Zipperer. The club has 18 en- gi\en. If a student took the scholar- S ..
I
Joe Mintzer has returned rolled. The club elected officers as ship test last March and desires hispreious
from Pineview hospital where he follows: President; Sandra King; test score to count it will

wa* under treatment several days.x .' Vice President, Dottie Denson; not be necessary for him to repeat Oval toes, sqnai-e "toed;pointed toes heels taJT, medium or'
Secretary, Sharon Sapp; Reporter, the test. However, he must
Mr and Mrs T L Fraleigh and I Pat Massey; Song Leader, Suzanne I submit another application to the small. pumps, straps and ties they're all here, ready to be peen,'"

daughter Betty were week end visi- Burnett; Council Delegate, Blanche I examiner on October 13 indicatingthe loved and worn at once. Come in right away, see them while] our
tors in Quincy.000O and where he took
Gentry; Recreation Leader, Annita city county
t the March examinatioILEach range of sizes and colors is complete. Be the first to step out in
jc : : :==vn<-vn<-vra Hunsburger. We selected our pro
NAVACO AWNINGS jects. We had a visitor from the winner of a teaching scholar- Paradise_Kittena/Kitten-ettes i this fall!
HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY state office at Tallahassee.PAT ship loan must agree to teach in the $14.95
MASSEY, Reporter. public schools of the State of Flori-
c=::>0000QAr-:
loansto
da and of nursing scholarship
practice nursing in the State immediately -
following graduation for

SULLIVAN'S SINCLAIR STATION at least the number of years scholar- OUR COMPLETE SELECTION
ship funds are received.
INCLUDES MANY ADDITIONAL
A supply of application forms is
being sent to each County School PARADISE STYLES!

Discount to NFJC StudentsCHECK Superintendent and Dean of Educa-
tion in your area. Applicants shouldbe
instructed to complete the application i
ON. OUR GAS PRICES form in full and submit '

it to the examiner when they report -
Special This Week! to take the test


1 Can Sinclair Lighter Fluid Free With Every
Jumbo Hamburg 30c.

10 Gallons of Gas Choicest of Steaks and Sea BLACK SUEDE

Foods at WHITE TOP'

JIMMY SULLIVAN new owner, cordially invites the public to DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, BROWN SUEDE
BROWN CALF
come by for efficient, dependable and courteous serviceor I south of :Madison. 3-lt-ch I II
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TRAINING SCHOOL WENS NAVY CALF ___ ___ __
Phone HU 3-2528, Madison, Fla. OVER LINCOLN-HIGH I II I

"We weren't that good," says
On U. S. 9<>-Cor. Base and Washington Sts. Coach Marshall at Madison's 33-2 I

victory over Lincoln High here :

Thursday night.
"Nor do I think Lincoln was as
bad as they might have appeared"
I
Marshall. The win was the
added I E
u enSMII'ffCORONA! Type on a .I Madison Tigers' third straight this ;
year. I
The Tigers take on A L Mebane

of Alachua, Florida here Friday I. curiisad
0Portable 1
night, October 16. In three previous II
meetings Madison has lost ((32-0) I I

UNDERWOOD (6-12) and (8-0). Mebane High,
School is undefeated in four games
I'
this fallCoach .

from TheEnterpriseRecorder Marshall plans to work on 5 Ed
Typewriter his kicking this week. The kicking ;

game was very sloppy. Madison BROWN BROGAND
was forced to punt three times.
206 N. PATTERSONacross

The Wilna Phillips Circle of the frem Court House ,- :
Methodist WSCS will meet at 4
( home town gazette pro-
your
p. m. Tuesday Oct. 13, with Mrs VALDOSTA, GA.r' !
moting Madison before Matt Carl SewelL I .

Dillon was :Marshal in' Dodge ,
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WELL DRILLING i & '

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.i.... r !:: =-....:..:.."e.. Rachel Rrichmann and Louise:I \V C Copeland Jr has returned
-.-;..: _"111.;' r} o. -__'.,. Bland, of the Smith's Drug Store, from a Texas business trip.
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DISTRICT GOVERNOR MEETS
skin care, hair care, and hair
WITH LOCAL CLUB school will be held at the Robert
MESSER I Meyer Hotel Oct 13th, and will coloring.SUWANNEE .
Standard I
Typewriters Lions' District Governor Marvin ,I .. --- -- I
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Collins of Tallahassee visited the Battery & Tire Co.
local Lions' Club at their regular
meeting Tuesday and brought an offers New Goodyear 670 x 15 All I
RIVER
Adding Machines inspiring message on the work of Weather tube-type tire for onlyS12.95 :
Lions International. He was intro- : plus tax and recappable tire:

duced by John Dickinson of Talla-

hassee, a former member of the

And Cash Registers, Madison Lions International Club. was organizedin Cherry Lake NewsBABY JUNIOR COLLEGE

Dallas, Texas, forty-two years
ago and now has clubs in 99 MOLTEDOMr
governmental units over the world. and Mrs Norm Moltedo of I FOR NEGRO STUDENTS -
With its far reaching connections, Melrose, Fla announce the arrival I
+ Underwood & Smith Collins characterized Internationalas of a baby boy Oct 4th. The young
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a great instrument for peace. man is the grandson of Mr and
Among other things, Collins told Mrs Eustace Duval. Mrs Moltedo I INMADISON
. of the organization of a Lions' will be remembered as Jackie'
Corona PortableTypewriters Club in Japan by a Lions' Club in Duval. 'I
the Philippines, of the supplyingof Mr H Newell has re-entered the
milk to undernourished childrenin Quitman hospital for further treat- I FLA.

India by Lions' Clubs in that ment. I
country, and of the great increase! Marcus Hawkins of the U S
in number of Lions' Clubs in Navy is spending a leave with his I
Sweden. parents, Mr and Mrs W C Haw-
The District Governor announcedthis kins, after over two years over- OFFERING THE FOLLOWING

month as Anniversary Member- seas duty.
+ Metal And Wood ship Development Month, and said Ann Denson is recovering froma TWO-YEAR STUDY PROGRAMS:
that the local club should increaseits snake bite last Thursday enroute I
membership. to her home, and is back in school
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1. College
Office Furniture LAMONT MAN PASSES AFTER WOODARDS BUY A HOME
LONG ILLNESS
'I 2. Pre-Business Education Course
Mr and Mrs Woodard have
Ebb Timmons, 73, of
Robert
bought the Don Arnot house in i
Lamont died early Tuesday morn- Lakeside and will move into their I 3. Course
UNDERWOOD Memorial Hos- Pre-Engineering
+ ing at Tallahassee new home when the Arnots move .
pital after a long illness. ,
to Americus, Ga. Mr Arnot who
Mr Timmons was a retired car-I'isith the International Paper I 4. Pre-Law Course
penter. He had been a long-time
Co, has been transferred and i> :

BURROUGHS resident Funeral of Lamont.services were held already working in Americus.Mr I II I II I 5. Pre-Medical Course

Thursday afternoon in the Lamont and Mrs Hazel Woodard and I
Baptist church, of which the deceased !
daughters Sherry and Brenda, I
was a member, and inter spent Sunday in Live Oak where i,t 6. Pre-Nursing Course
Remington Clary ment was in the Walker cemetery.BIG Mr Woodard preached at West- ':

CHURCH WEEK wood Baptist church. They were', 7. Terminal Courses (Trades) will
dinner guests of Mr and Mrs E TJ!I .
Home, and visited Boys' Ranch in.

R.C. Allen And Odhner among This week the colored is a big people church d week the the afternoon. be offered as demands justify.For .

city. Dedication of the new Shiloh II
Baptist church took place Sunday, Further: information, Write:

ADDING MACHINES and an associational meeting is
I being held there this week. A Smith-Corona adding{ REGISTRAR

similar meeting is also being heldin
the colored Methodist church.A Machines typewriters JENYETHEL N. MERRITT
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large number from here and, I I

+ OFFICE SUPPLIES elsewhere are attending. and cash registers. I ORPRESIDENT

Screens built to order TTieEnterpriseRecorder I

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A new Studebaker model for 1960 is this I also have safety locks which securely hold This is the trim, spirited Studebaker Lark heavy gauge X-frame, the LarK Convertibleis ;
Lark four-door station wagon available with the lifted tailgate doors and upper sectionsin Convertible, a new model for 1960 and the offered with a thrifty six-cylinder engineor
either a six-cylinder or. V-8 engine. The place. Studebaker is offering a completeline .... only convertible being offered in the con- a more powerful V-8 motor. Purchasersalso
new Lark station wagons feature newly-de- of models including a V-8 and 6-cyttndei :venience-size car field. With its powered top have a choice of conventional, overdriveor
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Saturday October 10 '
1 MADISONCOUNTY f fS DOUBLE FEATURE
o :MONDAY
THE FLY, in cinemaScopo and
D*'Luxe: color starring Vincent

Price, Patricia Owens. It's the monster -

TUESDAY MADISON created by atoms gone wild.
I Once it was human as you and L
j DRIVE-LN-THEATRE The shock-and-surprise show that

Now under new management; open:Cets you on the edge of your seat.

e WEDNESDAY every night. Children under 121| BULLWHIP, cinemaScope* and
(in cars) always free.
DeLuxe
color,
starring Guy Madison -

BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:45 P. :M.;,| Rhonda Fleming. She was a .
I beautiful tiger cat, but he tamed '
SHOW STARTS 7:15
I her. Love and treachery on the ,
VERTLE'S BEAUTY SALON PROGRAM wagon trail. A thrill-packed story {!

Friday-Saturday, October 9, 10 I' cf adventure in the great west. i
VERTLE BRINSON, Manager DOUBLE FEATURE Cartoon. iI i I

ALIAS JESSE JA ns.ith Bob Sunday-Monday October 11, 12 I
:MABEL RAGANS HAZEL WEST, Operators Hope and Rhonda Fleming. I THE BIG CIRCUS, in cinema- !!

PORK CHOP HILL with Gregory Scope and Technicolor, starring !
Phone HU 3-6230 Setzer's Shopping Center, :Madison I Peck I Victor Mature, Red Buttons. l '
USEMARKET 1: r>n Grant. A circus whose th'I'I

Sunday-Monday October 11, 12 walked the tight rope over
THE PRIDE & THE PASSION, : ruptcy. All the glamor of circus I
I "Too Late To Classify"Broadus with Cary Grant, Frank Sinatra and' thrills, plus sabotage action which I
Radio & Newspaper Sophia Loren.TuesWedThurs. kills. Romance under the Big Top,
usco II and a daring stunt over Niagara
I WilloughbyREALTOR Oct.. 13, 14, 15 i Falls. CartoonTuesdayWednesday
DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS I
: with Sophia Loren Anthony Perkins, I October 13, 14i -
ADVERTISINGWMAF : Burl Ives. i DOUBLE FEATURE ,
: Phone Office HU 3-6481 *
Residence HU 3-6481 Madison '! $1.00 A CARLOAD CAST A LONG SHADOW, starring -
Audie Murphy, Moore.
MADISON FLORIDA Terry
ARS j! Garden-Club- I He fought to find his name. Loved
FOR SALE: Home and income' I j by one, but hated by everyonei

3-unit apartment house. Excellent j I The Executive Board of the Gar- i else. Bullet hot! Afraid of no one.
reconditioned large lot, located in : The fist-flying story of a boy who
den
Club met Tuesday morning
Edgewood subdivision. $1500 down, became a man.
balance like rent. '[i with the president, Mrs S H Moore.
i'!Plans! were made for the Garden ARSON; FOR HIRE, starring

FOR SALE: One usedj I|I Therapy trip to the State Hospitalin I Steve Brodie, Lyn Thomas. The
1 Chattahoochee, Thursday Oct I flaming shocker about the deadliest
-1230 ON YOUR DIAL j( 22. Plants for the trip are to be racket in the USA. Suspense to
John Deere mounted' set your nerves afire. Racketeers
i !sent to the home of Mrs Leila Mj
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j i j Gibson, and cookies to the home 'of torch and terror. Cartoon.

; corn picker at a bar of Mrs R II Rowe on the day before -I, Thursday-Friday October 15, 16 f'
THE MADISON Oct 21. Plans were also made DOUBLE FEATURE
I
II gain. for a delegation( to attend the Dis- |I BLOOD OF THE VAMPIRE in
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trict Garden Club Convention i in Eastman color, starring Donald

Jasper, Thursday, Oct 29. j; Groover Tractor Co. '
EnterpriseRecorderYOUR The new 1959-60: year books, Maddern. It's guaranteed to frighten

-----1 were distributed at this time. They,: 'ou-into enjoyment.

COUNTY NEWSPAPER 1957 Chev. Sedan FOR SALE: 320 acres of land 5:were complimentary to the Club MONSTER ON THE CAMPUS,
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miles west of Madison. Write R,'I' from the Howerton Supply Co. starring Arthur Franz, Joanna
$1495BelAir Box 570, Madison Fla. 6-2t-ch Moore. Get set for thriller-diller
The Two Local Advertising Media a
FOR SALE: Peavine hay, $40 per I LIBRARY UNDER NEW PLAN special. It will leave you gasping.
4-door, clean ton Coastal Bermuda Cartoon.
; $30
per
I Cooperating To Promote ton. at least 5 tons or more. I I The Madison County Library began I!

1956 Chev. Sedan Call HU 3-2246, Madison Fla. ', functioning under the suwan-I SUPPER PARTY"

62tchFOR nee River Regional ,

YOUR BUSINESSDEiINQ'UENT SALE !' Friday Oct 2. The librarians, Mrsj I
$1295BelAir : Black rye, AB-100 oats i 1' The Friendship Class of the First
and some oats and rye mixed :R L Millinor and Mrs L E Leslie,
School entertained
4-door, clean literally swamped with book ,Baptist Sunday
about half and half. Good germi- ,were
J TAX LIST REAL ESTATE:: nation. CARL SMITH Rt 2, Mad- 'borrowers all during the afternoon with a covered dish supper Monday

TOWN OF GREENVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA I 1955 Chev. Sedan ison, Fla. 6-lt-pd'hours that the library was open. i;.evening at the Education Building.

Notice is hereby given that the following described lands, or so FOR RENT i j New books for adult readers have iI i iI !1A bountiful supper of fried chicken
much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes : Furnished apartment j been added as well as many new i i baked beans, sandwiches, salad,
I of 1958,' herein set opposite to thesame,together with costs of such sale $895 with kitchen one and bedroom private, living bath room for, 'I juvenile books. Books have also:!'I cake and iced tea was served. The
and advertising will be sold at public auction on :Monday, October :husband and children of the members -
2-door added
Bel-Air, clean couple only. Also for sale: Three been to assist college stu-
12th. 1959. at 11:00 am at the City Hall in the Town of Greenville Fla. (
their ; were special gUests.
fuel oil heaters. MRS E F DICKINSON 'dents in parallel reading.
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DESCRIPTION NAME PENALTY TAX & 1955 Chev. Y-8 $795Sedan Phone HU 3-2396. j I The library has been rearranged l1rsVa'oe Burnett, president of
and for the j the class, held a short business
; new shelves placed J
20 In 7e 1 1/5 part of SW4 of 6tfch'I i ,
SEU Recd in DB 51 PG 376 ...Willie Lee Cowart $10.36 4-door 'WANTED: Unfurnished Room by 4j,additional books. program. '..
20 In 7e part of NEIL of SEU 'I NFJC men students. Prefer loca- ------'t - -'"

Reed In DB 28 PG 284 _______. C T Tillman 11.14 1956 Ford V-8 $995 tion close to College. ELMER{, ..- :
20 In 7e, Part of SE',. of SEt cy;
I Reed DB 88 PG 467 .-------..Dorman Capan ,. 256 Customline tudor COKER, HU 3-6361. i --.- 1 .
I ELK A Highway SID Lots No. i
19, 19, 20, 21 ________________..Simp Clemons -. 4.12 1956 Chev. l/2 ton FISHING DISCONTINUED:: in Gibson -I
pasture after Thursday, Oct. '
BLK C Lakeview SID Lot No. )1 readYfor1fAL
15th, 1959. The Game '! e're
12 _..__..___...nn.nnn.n____Roger Coker !5: 1.78 Commission -
and
I appreciate your co-
21 In 7e, Part of SWtt of Pickup Truck $895
operation. PETE GIBSON. 6-lt-ch ,
NW4 Reed in DB 86 PG 244 Kattie Lou Mason -r 256
II LATEST STYLES AND COLORS
Blk 20 Lot No. 23, Town of LOST in vicinity of Johnny Hod- WITH THE

Greenville ..______..__m_._____....___..__Simp Clemons 256 1953 Ford V2 ton Pick- nett's place: One 7montholdmale I Nelly Don Dresses Doris Dodson
Blk 30 Lot 9, Town of Greenville Willie Mae Mills .t 1.44 bird dog pointer puppy.

Elk 32, Lot 28, 29, 30 Town of ., White with brown head. Answersto Justin McCarty Dresses "" Sweaters .
Greenville .__......:..........____.._...__._....__Pearl Anderson :*' 3.34 up New Motor $495 name SKY. Wearing collar 9 Skirls
Blk 40, Lots No. 32, 33 __..____Bud Bee 2.06 with name John Cherry Madison, ,
Blk 40, Lots No.1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 James Hawkins Jr 3.62 CANTEY MOTOR CO. Fla. thereon. Reward for return Jean Castle Dresses *.* *" *"" g Dresses-
Blk 41, Lots No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, to JOHN CHERRY, HU 36485.6ltch.
7, 8, 9, 10 11, Town of Green- Carcoats for Girls

ville .....__...._......______________.__._ Willie Mae Nelson 4.62 MADISON, FLORIDA
Elk 41, Lots No. 28, 29, 30, 31 i I Durward ARTEMIS LINGERIE FOR LADIESWE

32, 33, 34 _________._.___..,.,,...Willie Mae Nelson 4.12 Smith who had beenill
GIVE S &11 GREEN STf..MPSJ
Blk 43 Lot No. 16 --._________._---.._Mitchell and James Young 2.06 I ____ _ at the local hospital was re-
Blk 49 Lots 3 and 4 ?_........__.R C Robinson 12.98 moved Thursday to the Veterans'
Blk 49, Lots 10 and 11 .__.__._._Joe A Potts 2.06 Hospital in Lake City where he 1
Blk 49 Lots 15 and 16 _.___.J' Vickers 2.06P i continues under treatment. zeAfar Shop

Blk; 49, Lot 5 ..--.._......_.._ H Hagan 1.28 I
Blk 50, Lot 30 _..._...._.._.._..._Mitchell and James Young 2.06 I Phone HU 3-6750 ':
Blk 51, Lot 14 ._......_...._._..-._...._ Abraham Roberts & HesterRoss 2.06 Listen to U of F and Madison, Florida

28 In 7e, Part of :NE1* ofV s .m __'_
Reed DB 53 PG 10 & DB 65 PG MHS :
\WMAF _
, 177 less Amt Reed DB 78 PG 4i jCora Crews 4.62 .. i games over 'k ;
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i 29 In 7e Part of NEof NEU .M v At < .
Reed DB 70 PG 173 ...-- Marie Payne 256Suwannee '
20 In 7e Part of SEr4 of SE'i I

I. Reed DB 40 PG 102 .-._......____.... Plywood 2.56 ; r. ,
} 21 In 7e 1 i Acres in SWU of fir k,", A a 4 'llf vyr
SW1 Recd in DB 28 PG 493

) Conv. By E J E Hays .....__......,Suwannee Plywood 23.34 ,
I Blk 41A, Town of Greenville

Lots No.9, 10, 11, 12 13, 14 Suwannee Plywood 4.12 : ..... .. .
I :MRS. ALBERT BYRD ClerkI ,. Town of Greenville, Fla. t P"". ,.

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i ROTARIANS HEAR CITY Mrs J R Kelly of Tallahassee visited t V ,; ,,tr r ,
, SERVICES EXPLAINED Mr and Mrs Bob Latham and i \
Mrs Myrtle Lewis here Wednesday '
!! The Rotary Club heard an address .. and yesterday. ; ....+
!i' by Hon Alex Smith at its I -ti
i't meeting Wednesday He spoke informally tit
; on City Management. to Lanier Field and water tthe I I r-Jw:
I i It was explained how the municipal cemetery and it cost $25,000 to I
: radio system serves the watei. supply the new College with water'''

; department, County Sheriff's office,, and sewage service he said. j'I' I L r rThie
and obtains amoulance and physician The three City business departments I Ii i ::: s

i service to Madison and outlying :- are kept separate financially .
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districts daily. Miss 1960 Ford Calaxie Town Victoria share the all-new styling characteristic of the other Fordreedele
and the tax increase on utilities can National Press Photog
The garbage department needs a rapher of 1959. yet bears unmistakable resemblance to the elccant Thunderbird profile. The new Calaxie is
truck he said, and ether. be deducted on internal revenues .ate inch lower than the 1959 model but has more interior room for six big persona than ever before.
third The Calaxie also is .available. a two- r fear-door sedan. All Ford for 1960 have the slim-line, for
miscellaneous services include returns, he concluded. ward aUjda front nor pillar that eliminate the "doc lef" for aatfor entry.










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.4.. i SAFE BETS I: TWO CAR ACCIDENTA 1 CARD OF THANKS I II

crash Sunday morning
two car I TALBOTT PAINT
wish to express my deep appreciation !
# on U S 90 at the west end of
' I'I Madison resulted in considerable to our many friends for I AND
us' c. damage to the vehicles involved,:! their many acts of kindness shownus I
;, t7 and the hospitalization of an occu- : during my illness and for the \WALLPAPER CO.AT
4I. j prayers cards, gifts, and j .
G pant of one of the cars. many
a r4 The accident occurred when Mrs!I flowers and other attention. My : CASTLE PARK
thanks to the doctors and I
Grace West Wilson of Panama City, sincere VALDOSTA GA.
,
I who was driving a 1959 Oldsmobile nurses, I am most grateful.
I lost control and struck a I Sincerely II free parking ,

I .. 1957; DeSoto driven by John Piero- NEAL M. LAW.
t tich of Biloxi, Miss. Mrs Hilda! We have a complete line of Dwoskin

riot Pierotich, a passenger in the De- i Wilson car, S400. I, Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Paintsto
for minor Chief of Police Cherry, who in- select from.
hospitalized
was '
Solo accident, said no
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y x. Mr Horace Weaver, Middle Florida 33% toGrants o .
Associational Training Union

director, reports a very successful -
Associational Training Union v-
Group Training School held with the I W N r ki/

Favorite Macedonia Baptist church, Sept. 28
TheFor Family \
--Oct 2. The school had an averageattendance
of 114 each night duringLhe V. 4
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week. Eight churches were r
Pure Enjoyment represented. +-

The faculty for the Training MORE FLAIR FOR

-- Union Leadership and the book W Jff1 ,' ,
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taught by were rir i'i"i' "Cr
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I SPECIALSWomen's. <: 4r5m. :
Adult Union Manual---Mr Earl :: JOYCE LANE

,. Lambert, Tallahassee, Young Peo I
r pIe's Union Administration H Nylon Slips .. FALL EXCLUSIVES

2 1. y.r KFN, 4 E Ridenour, Jr, Marianna. Inter- Reg. 2.98 all-nylon except I'+ ,
mediate Leadership Manual Mrs for trims: white Y Anniversary Special
Hoy A Brewer, Jacksonville Junior or colors. 32-44.. $2

Leadership Manual-Miss Roumellc 4
s 4 Bowen, Tallahassee. Nursery, Beginner }t. 223Women's
Primary Leadership Manual Acetate Briefs l : 279

-Mrs C L Kirkland, Ocala.In Jter. 3',- 'c ecr. Trimmed or \: .

addition to the above workers tailored; run4 $1 \ "\ ";1 ... This plus another floral, a
Mrs Horace Weaver taught the for .
tricot.
proof '
," )' 'J". smart shirtwaist,pert check
Intermediate Union Manual the
to '
Savings accounts will grow just like this fine animal Intermediate boys and girls, and \ \ w"..yA' or paisley.all-cotton Each in several
hues for
if in addition to Miss Sally Wilson taught the Junior Children's Sleepers \A.t:. ;>; )'; 3 : except
still faster
pictured above and much .
,?'; f-', ....fM i trims, guaranteed washable.
Juniors. .
Union Manual to" the .
1.3* Toddlers too.Plastic ,
the interest earned by the initial deposit, you keep addinga Rtg. ea """. ;:"'' ', ;; .",
Several other workers from the or knit I. r- MISSES12-20
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little each pay day. local churches were in charge of feet. 1-4; 2-6. 99C / ':\r. ,..:.. d'" ..sr'e';,<. HALF-SIZES_I .24',2
the Prima ', Beginner, and Nursery eI\ <\' ,- ..". l
small large, make out a : -
Whatever your earnings are, or children each night.

budget, stick to it, and provide in it a regular deposit The BTU Leadership School held Family Slipper Socks FULL FASHIONED

each pay day in your, Savings Account in the at the Brewer Lake Baptist church Short, regular length. 60%
Sept. 28-Oct 2nd was also re- wool, 40ft/ rayon. 77 C FIRST QUALITY
ported a success with a 50 attendance Mom, dad, kids. SHEER NYLONS
every night, three churche: '
BANK OF GREENVILLEMEMBER represented.The Anniversary
37c
faculty and teachers were a s Girls' Bulky Cardigans Special .
OF FEDERAL INSURANCE DEPOSIT follows: Mr Warren Capell of Jack Reg. 3.39. Orion sweaters, Ktgular59c
CORPORATION ville---The Adult Union Manual bulky knit, col- 1I'fIi166 Big savings on filmy nylons

GREENVILLE, FLORIDA Mrs Leonard Ivey of Pensacola- lared. 8 to 14.Boys' neat now. fit.Full Stock fashioned up. 814-11.for a ; w
Intermediate Manual. Mr Ceci] '

Williams of Jacksonville nioI
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Mrs William H Simpson and children. Manual. Mrs Elizabeth Painter of f i ;

Saddlery Bill and Jan, will leave Sun- JacksonvilleNursery Beginne r So many styles! Foulards, t' '( .
1 plaids, tweed ef- : ) ;t
day for New York, where they will Manual. I 57 :"'.
Howerton Supply Co. I sail for Germany Oct 14th. to 'join Rev I T Carter taught th ects,etc. 6 to 18. r::..,.. LOOK NEAT ALL DAY
Manual to Intermediates. Mrs Bethel ,
Sfc Simpson, who is stationed therewith ;_, IA IN GRANTS STURDY
I' Downing of Mayo taught the Junior s
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TWILL WORK TOGS
the Manual.
CARD OF THANKS"I I Keg. 1.89. Grant Maid sheets: '

Bob Lay invites you to I HOSPITALIZED FOR costly identical brands.to 72&108"152 Anniversary AI3 Special

wish to thank my many friends I SNAKE BITE Reg.2.09 81 x 108" 1.67 263 .
.. for their cards flowers, and prayers listen to Gator and Red I Ann Denson, eleven year ol Reg. 46t,torn 37c ___B matching thirl

in my behalf during my recent i I daughter of Mr and Mrs R R Den
operation. I am sincerely gratefulfor son Jr of Cherry Lake, was bitte: Pants reg. 3.29, Shirt reg.
54" Dacron Tailoreds
Devil over 'v- 2.69. Heavy duty twill is
kindnesses. May GoJ games I *
your the ankle snake
on by a last Thurs Snow white. Double stitched sturdy. Comfortably cut.'
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Sincerely, WMAF\ {66
from school. The little girl w aS hems. 82" wide pro

-- CHARLIE WYNN --- brought to the local hospital when' 63. 72, 81" long 1.88 ; e ,.
she remained under treatment unti 90" long 1.99 4j;

:Sunday. Her illness evidenced tha t "
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CAMPING EQUIPMENTPup the reptile was poisonous. The children Modern Arm Chair (
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could not identify the snake. Reg. 14.98. Bronzetone steel SPECIAL 'SUMMIT' COTTON

legs ; smart
Tents . S5.93 6-Piece Aluminum BABY DAVIS plastic i covering. I88 our own fabulous prints 'n solids

Complete with poles & Mess Kits $1.98 Mr and Mrs Allen F Davis of i Anniversary
Reg. 3e Yard. Grand assortment .
pegs Baldwin are the proud parents of a; Special
Hershey Kisses of unusual baby prints, juvenile,
New Army FoldingShovels
Genuine daughter, Anna Catherine, born Friday Reg. 79e Ib. milk chocolate provincials,pillow borders,solids 28Candy
Army . $1.98Canteens
Oct 2nd. She weighed 5 Ibs 6
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( pure designed 'specially for us! Yd.
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With Cases I! oz. Mrs Davis is the daughter of] delights for you.

With Covers i Mrs Russell Williams of Lee an d .
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Army Tents . $14.95 .
Packs . . $1.49 With Poles and j .....- -- / ;.: 5 PC COOKWARE
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Hatchets . $1.39 Pack. . $1.49 I !tl Lt re-opening or adding to her kk\.. Y I i i"ChargeIt"
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Complete With Poles and I II'II vi i, Stock Value < '. sauce pan, 2-qt. combination -
Pegs Jungle II I t Open 3.04 l
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Genuine Army Mattresses $2.98
Sleeping Bags $1.98 '
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I scr t : : PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

I tt Wheelbase '< Your savings bonds and other securities, your insurance

t 3 HP A policies, the deed to your house, your mortgage, your war:
service record, your will and other important

I Eng'p, This 1910 Model T Replica will thrill should belong in never be left in an office desk or at home.documents They:

a fire-proof, theft-proof, loss-proof safe deposit
box here. The cost is very modest!
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 0

I I Stop by DAVIS SERVICE STATION today to And Florida National Group of Banks

s'{ BIRTHDAY PARTY
were served by Mrs Croy, assisted
b> Mrs Leon Swift and Mrs .
Celeice Croy, six: year old daUghter man Woodard Nor
learn the full I details of how receive
RUNS AND HANDLES LIKE A REAL CAR! you may of Rev and Sirs A L Croy, was Those attending were Norma Jean

This half-scot Model it lU d.l.ght of kids and grownups wW" CIt last honored at a birthday party given I and GI"lUlVoodard, Irma Day,
I U shown. Safe-souiMf-sofidty bulk it will w.n Sow two odvfct. S*.*! fram Saturday afternoon by her Ann Belflower Dale and Gail Cason.
.nd ivgsd movMed+ Hb.fCloss body. Mechanical broke Forward neutral. parents. 'I' Swift, Peggy Wells, Gary Webb.
I reverse. ted spoked wheels, brass colored headlamps. Normal speed up to 19molt. this Model, J T f free".. After several games had been I Terry Woodard Leah Swift, Mary
Not designed. for highway Vie, but plenty of fun cm paved areas. etc. played, everyone gathered around Ann Belflower Dale and Gail Cason.
I
I a table in the yard of the home I
and watched eagerly as Celeice I SCHWINN BICYCLES
-- opened and admired
-- her
many I
I: JORDON : BROWN WEDDING !I Franchhed. Dealers & Service
lowly gifts Refreshments of cook-
IN MONTICELLOr I. SAFE BETSXAMJNE I II Corn Storage Buildings SAFE BETS } ies, candy, bubble gum and punch 1 HOWERTON: SUPPLY CO. Il Is I

, Miss Betty Jane; Brown of Jacksonville Collapse At JasperMore LOOK. MA, I'MCOOKIN'

1t,, daughter of Mr and Mrs a atrtETS VEAL 1L
Charles L Brown of :Madison, and
William Lawrence Jordon of Jack-
sonville were married in a beautiful than $100,000 worth of
ceremony Sunday afternoon at I' corn, storage facilities and equipment I
4 o'clock in the home of the bride's'aunt were damaged when a drying I d t

Mrs T S Braswell, in Monti- plant embracing four huge silos emr
almost completely filled with corn I .fE
I cello. The Rev Merrill Keith, pas-
collapsed a mile and a half northof
tor of the Monticello Presbyterian
church officiated. The vows were >l Jasper Sunday morning. The !
I plant was owned by. Billy Hill andE j
spoken before an improvised altar
of palms and magnolia, arranged I i C Brown. i
What caused the iI ..
collapse wasnot
in front of the mantel. Camellias j
I 1 known. No I I
one was
and Philippine and ginger lilies xlr 1l f1 rM injured.
I I Had the accident GQt6A wdbF.
happened I ,
were arranged in the rooms. on a
\ LOOSE PORCH LAT, week day, there would I
probably
, Miss Cecelia of Jack- .
Armstrong MAKE CERTAIN THEY'RE TJG I MTHXIAl SAftTT COUMM.jVlE
have been
sonville was maid of honor and I ENTERTAINING IN CELLARS several fatalities. *
only attendant to the bride. Serving I OUST KNT POLITE f \ IDEA OPTUKT AXING 1
LAAAP'C NOT SO WOT-
as best man was Bill Harper of -- -- PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLES PONT FOOL AROUND WITM WIRES, mmmd
Palatka. holding lighted tapers and garlandsof IP you PONT KNOW WHAT'S WATT/ +
The bride was given in marriage ivy completed the table decora- Presbyterian Circle No. 1 met with ... --
by her father. She chose for her tions. Mrs Frank 'Paterson, the chairman, -- -
wedding a costume suit of sheer The couple left on their wedding in the church lounge Monday after- lIrsV Williamson and daugh <8> ALL-WEATHER .r
white wool, a matching feather trip to New Orleans later in the ter. Mrs A B Ware of Branford'
hat and a white orchid bouquet. afternoon and upon their return noon, Mrs T C Merchant Jr gave spent several days last week visit
A reception was held immediately will live in Jacksonville. the Bible lesson on Love and Holi ing relatives in Georgia. They spen by
following the ceremony. The din- Among Madison relatives attending ness and Mrs A H Armstrong was Wednesday in Cairo, where Mrs GOOOfiE4R
I ing table was covered with an I the wedding were Mr and Mrs leader of the program on Steward- Ware and her uncle, A A McNeill
embroidered linen cloth and was I I T C Gibson, Mr and Mrs Dean ship. Cookies and punch were served. celebrated their birthdays with a at only
centered with the tiered wedding I Brown Mr and Mrs Doyle Brown, Nine members attended. dinner at the McNeill home. Thursday .
cake encircled with a ruche of Mr and lIrsV F Brown and Circle No. 3 met with Mrs T L Fra-I I they visited Dr and Mrs A A
I net and topped with a High Hat I ren. Bill and Patricia, and Child-I leigh with 8 members present, Mrs McNeill Jr and family at Camilla
silver candelabra and en route home Friday visited
r camellia Antique Mrs Raymond Brown.Thousands Jack Wade presided and Mrs A E 1'J5
Mr and Mrs James McNeill in
Fraleigh, Bible study leader was assisted ThomasvilleCAR
of Thrifty Florida Women Agree by Mrs Charles Knox, who

gave the lesson on Love and Holi- 6.70 x 15 tube-typft
ness. The stewardship program with DAMAGED plus tax andrecappaPI
emphasis on prayer was presentedby tiro '

J.7{ Mrs J M DuRant. Cake and

Green Stamp Savers coffee were served during the social
Dr John Sands had the misfortune -
hour. Monday night to strike a sow Fits most pre-1957 models of Plymouth,

J Come Gut Mrs Alex H Wade has returned to with his car north of town. The Ford, Chevrolet, Hudson, Nash,
front of the car was damaged con-
4 her home in Madison, after spending siderably, in addition to loss of the Studebaker
i DOLLARS a week with her sister in Decatur.I animal. I

( Ga, who is recovering from recent Proved stronger, safer! Tough, 3-T TripleTemperedCord

surgery. bodies and exclusive Stop-Notch Tread .

-. AHEAD Broadus Willoughby is attendinga at a price everybody can afford! Stop in today for
Mrs P J Parramore, Miss Phillis Realtors' Convention in. Penacola the biggest tire values you'll find anywhere!
Parramore and Mrs M L Walker this week end. He will be the guestof
went to Quincy Tuesday to attend Mr and Mrs
Alex H Clemmons in Sizo6.oo.161tt older! +h.7.10.150..osf
DOLLARS AHEAD.. the funeral services for Mr Rabon J Crestview. model of flymowth pr.-1957 models .f rc Sze7.60d5.'U'M.at mocMt of O
x For dO vrojNNash, Dodge. tvkk. Moth Sole, Oirytfor, BvidcJ
because prices are low at -,,- St d.bak.r OU*. Morcwy, f..*. Old., Hd..n, MIt.
Love.HANSON tiac....... cwy,Pack.rd
the fine stores and service NEWS\ Charlie Wynn, who underwent
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stations that give S&H surgery at Baptist Memorial hOSpital -
Green Stamps. the past week, is at home $ll $1 j'
Mr and Mrs Ted Gibson and two now and able to be out.
I children of Tallahassee visitedrelatives
i: here Sunday. They also --- M.ckw.N T rr.drM""' t o and''t ., ",. ire -
-and DOLLARS AHEAD AGAIN attended services at Pine Grove. I L AFETY' MAKES'SIN slc I
PROVED SAFER ON
when S&H Green Stamps Mr and Mrs S P Odom and son
.1 were visiting Mr and Mrs P K Hudson NAJOtW\Mt THE "TURNPIKETHAT
(t .
are redeemed for the won SNITT WEBC
i in Monticello Sunday afternoon. MY'" 1959 NEVER ENOSGoodyear's "'

i I] derful gifts available with I Mrs Coy Lafavor and two children ,
new
t Htw IB* SiH S&H: Green Stamps. Ovtr, and mother, Mrs Dudley, x>f
1 :td..be.k f..- 1500 items of Distinguished Tallahassee were dinner guests of track high-speed test
at San
An-
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Rev and Mrs L Gurr
.tt.M..1 DistiAtll;lea ....,. Merchandise from which to E Sunday. i Belo, Texas
Mrs T W of Lake
c1.db., iKltt4h. eomr... Bailey City
f row" dc.r.tt.M dtq,,.. choose. and Mr W H Bailey of Blue Springs i
spent Wednesday of last week he MORE PEOPLE RIDE-ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIll

t Stat 1191... Asttfca's Wy: Na&iwte! Staj ,-fish" with Mrs Lula Odom. ret
Misses Pat and Mary Inez
of Tallahassee spent the week YELLOW PINE
here with their mother, Mrs Mary TOOEARLYt ,
f li r Bush. TRUCK STOPHU

t r Mrs W J Bennett and children I 322711nAY.
t were visiting her husband in the
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Let's Go To Associational Brotherhood met at,' Howerton Supply Co.Rev .
Midway Baptist Church Oct 1st

1 j 1 1 with 150 present, in charge of Billy Dozier Sapp Mrs Cleo Mc-

HILLCRESTDAIRY '3a8 : Goody Pres. Clamma, Mrs Annie Bell Payne
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speaker. A quartet from Mt Olive special music.A .
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2-Minute Magic Skin Cleanser $2.00 size . . $1.00
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with intent to defraud the Dry Skin Lotion Lanolin Enriched $2.50 size . $1.25
Bar State of Florida of the tax thereon; .
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The fall term of Circuit Court also unlawful possession of moon-
opened here Monday morning with shine whiskey still. Severance was
Judge Rowe presiding, and the granted and defendant Washing
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",. ,. grand jury was drawn as follows: ton's case set for 10 am Oct 14th.
Fred Mueller, Van Hinton E I Wig- Charlie Alexander plead guilty to Y
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...',": "<" ".,. ." glesworth, Aubrey McCullough, Hil- unlawfully entering without break-
: .: f; ;f:: bern Zipperer, Joe Tuten, Lewis ing a truck of another to commit
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-. -:(' ,' Floyd, K P Beaty, Wallace E Williams petit larceny.
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'- : L A Almand, Leslie McCall, Cecil Townsend plead guilty to
: \ W H Bishop, W H Cone, J D Clay- unlawful possession of more than I
ton, James W Bishop, W B Selman, one gallon of moonshine whiskey.M .
P K Pittman and Dalton Woodard.. C King plead guilty to desertion -S-
l .. K P Beaty was appointed foremanof i and withholding means of sup-
the Grand Jury, W H Bishop I port from minor children. Defendant
acting foreman, and W B Selman instructed to pay $12.50 per week
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cierk. Tom Pinson was sworn in for support of minor children and .. S\ ;
I as bailiff. paced on probation for three years.' Teens! .A.;. .
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I Grand jury reported no true billsin Thomas Elbert Webo plead guiltyto
S I cases of Lee Alton Holland and larceny of a motor vehicle. Have a cheek-to-cheek complexionwith
James McDaniel. Case of D L Goodman arson,
TRUE BILLS first degree, was nolle prossed.
medicated SCRUB SET by
Grand Jury reported true bills as Court recessed Tuesday after-
follows: noon until next Monday morning.
Liberia Waters, unlawful sale of
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nvest in America's Future Leaders intoxicating liquors.J FEAGLE TO SPEAKW
P Suggs, unlawful sale of intoxicating -
of
B Feagle Jasper will speakat
liquors; also, possession of these 3 steps every day to cope wits skin problems
,
the Madison PTA next Tuesday
1 intoxicating liquors with intent to 1. Clean Medicated Scrub Soap with special
: night, Oct 13, on 43 years in Pub- up .
sell in Madison County Fla. oatmeal ingredient cleans deep..draws out .. .
lic Education.Me
k Julia Mae McDonald, possession impurities,grime...counteracts blackheads
LL of approximately one gallon of I Feasle was formerly princi- and blemishes.
moonshine whiskey and home brew. pal in Madison.
Charlie Mae Dobson, possession of 2. Clear pt! Medicated Refining Lotion f ; .
IIENIMII. reduces conspicuous pores gives
less than one gallon of moonshine (Scrub Set) .
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skin softer,finer
appearance. *
2.85 _
whiskey also, unlawful possessionof
; 3 Help heal Medicated -"">:'.,
( moonshinehiskey.. October SpecialsAT > up
yr i 4 4ti Blemish Cream aids in healingand
S J ( c P W Stokes, unlawful concealingand
r ; disposing of personal property ( concealing) blemishes. li I
subject to written conditional sales --

ijH contract. ,, FREE I$1.75 value
Royce Herbert Hendry Jr assault Thigpen'sGulf
with intent to commit a felony, to-' ARTHUR MURRAY DANCE BOOK

I wit: rape.Chanty.Robinson, alias Mutt Robinson -I Service when you purchase Scrub Set, '

iS Dan Randell and George I On U S 90 Madison, Florida IS _
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beverages
---- State of Florida of the tax CAR LUBRICATION . 75c TUSSY MOISTURE CREAM SAND LOTION
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5.00 size $2.50 $3.00 size $1.50
/ ri thereon.
BATTERY CHARGE . 50c
; e Charity Robinson alias Mutt .

h Robinson, unlawfully removing, depositing TIRE REPAIR . . 50c S
and concealing intoxicating SMITH DRUG STORE

beverages with intent to defraud how\
Come in today. See goodour
the State of Florida of the MADISON, FLORIDA
P.- ,...-.. tax thereon. service really is
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Melvin Humphrey, possession of (
approximately two gallons of moon- !.D ..........=.. ,
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withholding means of support from ;
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Clarence Mobley, assault with -, 'f'
intent to commit murder.
Lovett Brasby, desertion and
at Top Prices withholding means of support from
We Buy in Small or Large Quantities
minor child. -

Try some of our Ga. Red Sweet Potatoes holding Leroy means Cody of desertion support and from with-minor dt .w 4kN 3..

children. r .
Just a Little Better By The Lb. or Bushel Jimmy Liggins worthless check. M
withholding r
Lee Jay desertion and ,

Wire Fencing Barbed Wire .', means T Merritt ofv support and Julia from Merritt wife.D xS r- 7 ,

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grand larceny. ;
ONION SETS FRESH GARDEN SEED Charlie Alexander desertion and In1
withholding means of support from .
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AND OTHER NEEDSJ.LSJJRLES&SONS Cases were set for trial as follows __ __ .
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Charity Robinson, Dan Randelland w .l ._._ II
George Freeman 10 am Oct _u'u I

12th. : The I960 Ford Snnliner u one of IS models ia tin new Ford line which will be introdaefeJ I!
Clarence Mobley Major Thomas October a ia Ford dealer showroom across the ...&ioL Featuring the strikingly modem rear deck aW
108 S. Horry, Phone HU 3-2395, Madison Fla. and Melvin Humphrey 10 am Oct flat-wing motif, the new Fords are five inches longer,five inches wider and have more interior leg,hip. I
13th.I holder and head *owrthan before. Ford's new integrated design harmonizing the interior with jk
Corbett Nobles and K C Wash single, flowing exterior styleline, is proof that modern ,strung need Both*radical eccentric
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I IS GOD only an "oblong blur"? -
; Somebody is said to have reported
: that every time he tried to H1 .
I think of God, all he could get before _
his mind's eye was a kind of II-
I oblong blur. If God is as dim and **k
shadowy as that, then the Holy
; Spirit. must be even more so! -a
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blur so dim that
, one cannot tell v
I whether Is is oblong 1 Y y.w.... '
i or not.
The story of

Christians the earliest, in the k : } S r'r 6 t
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all about the Holy
I Spirit th a tth ere ie
is for us to know; Dr. Foreman / >

it does not by any means clear up
all the mysteries. But it does helpus -
to understand a few important .
truths about the Holy Spirit. .c ,
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The Spirit of Ood '

It makes no real difference ;,"
whether we speak of the Holy
Spirit or the Spirit of God. The .
Holy Spirit is God's Spirit and I f
only the Spirit of God is the com ..= Y
pletely Holy Spirit. A simple definition -
of the Holy Spirit is this: t 1
God at work In the life of man. The
Spirit Is not a messenger from
God, and not an "influence"-as
when we say that a young man -
has the "spirit" of his father, or
that the "spirit" of a school is to j.-
be seen in all the students. The -.+-
Spirit of God is God God here-and-,
now, God-in-us. The first Christians I _
did not understand this till
after the Spirit came on the day I I
of Pentecost (one of the great .

Jewish brought festivals up as Jews). They, and had Jews been of 1"redspends about 1,000 hours each year in school.? When he THE CHURCH FOR ALL .

that time never supposed thatGod' graduates from high school he will have sat in classrooms for 12,000 ALL FOR THE CHURCHThe
Spirit was for every one, but Church is the greatest factor or earth for
only for a very few exceptional
hours. the building of character and good citizenship.It .
persons.! It was at Pentecost that
they learned that the Spirit is to I is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a
be "poured out on ALL,flesh," that Plus homework Miss Harkins assigned nine pages of science to strong Church neither democracy nor civilizationcan
is to all sorts and conditionsof fir -
men.say They recognized the com- p. day. Mr. Brent expects a book report tomorrow. And so it goes survive. There are four sound reason:why

ing of the Spirit as the coming of t every person should attend services regularly and
God (in a new and mighty way. Noon every school day-every year. support the Church. They are: (1)i For his '

is ever nearer to God than his Don't let Fred's crowded school roster worry you. He is getting own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For
to the Holy Spirit the sake of his community and nation. (4) For

What the Holy Spirit I It lot an education-the fine education every American child is entitled to. \ the sake of the Church i itself, which needs his

When an African chief is converted Let Fred's empty spiritual roster worry you. He is spending ZERO moral and material support. Plan to go to
it takes some persuadingto church regularly and lead your Bible daily.
induce him to give up all his I hours in Church School. He is getting NO religious education. And
magic gadgets. Even the humblest
and poorest African savage has a his tragedy is shared by MILLIONS OF AMERICAN: YOUTH. Day Book Chapter Vems

few such gadgets, but a big chief Sunday II Timothy 2 15
will have them all. He has a varietyof A new kind of homework is-"needed. By friendly encourage Monday Romans 8 27-28 .
charms-it may be a thing to Tuesday Matthew 7 24.27
hang around his neck, or in his ment, by sincere interest, by the example of our own families in Wednesday Romans 15 4-6
belt, or on his wrist, or otherwiseone Thursday Psalms 37 14
to ward off lightning and faithful church life-we must inspire the Freds and their parents Friday Psalms 2'1 11.14
another to protect him from his Saturday lob 32 $

enemies and another to make him to take advantage 'of the spiritual opportunities that America's
live a long time and one to bring M

him many boy children. Now the churches offer. # [ '"
Holy Spirit Is not that kind of

thing at all. .. .
The Holy Spirit (as the New CONiltt 1 tSf, Ra.tK Afr.Serics,-Sti.. u; V.. '..t
Testament shows) does: not guarantee r
freedom from suffering. We- ,
know Christ had the Holy Spirit
always in him but yet he suffered ". rdi: .a1R_ _. }* .I ::! ; :,:_
All the felt the -
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terribly. Apostles '\OJ -- -" -
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of the "- -- --- -
all of -
presence Spirit, yet - -
them tradition tells died martyrs' ti : :' ,; \ ;.:
us. : : : :
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deaths. The Holy Spirit does
not guarantee that the spiritual
These Religious Messages Published Each Week. the Individuals and
person will never make mistakes. are being Sponsored by Following
There are many mistakes recordedin
the New Testament committedby Establishments: -

persons the Spirit.who More had surely than this received I 0 DD HS rm. . .U' a '

the Holy Spirit is not a kind of .
magic charm to keep the wearer MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITHHARDWARE WESTERN AUTO STORE
from sin. We know that Simon DUNN FURNITURE CO.

Peter received the Holy Spirit But The Rexall Store J. J. Sale,' Jr., Owner -
we also know that he was not always MADISON, FLA.
free from sin after that. (See Phone HU 3-23" 00di\ son,. Fla. Madison Florida Phone HU 3-2385, Madison Fla. .
Galatlans 21114.) Prone HU 3-2340
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The Holy Spirit, ia the Bible, is i .
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always associated with power. ,
Jesus himself had said to his disciples R '. .
M E SS E
"you shall receive power .. '\ J. B. DAVISInc.. .
when the Holy Spirit has come MORROW INSURANCE ': QUALITYCLSANEttSi F.
BATTERY TIRE CO4.MADE5ON .
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upon you." Now the Christians in : AGENCY. Madison, Florida ,.. .: ,. : a.
Jerusalem had some kinds of power .\ .. When your clothes are not -becoming .
FLORIDA '
at Pentecost which most of them : } t" Madison, Florida y i "...... .
never seem t. have had again; it %: s to you they should .becoming ..
came Ilk. a blazing wind and did ...... '
to ua Phone HU 3-2255 "
mot com again. Speaking with "
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"tonguea." for instance. But there r .../ '.. tr ,

was another and more lasting.pow BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. FRALEIGHASHLEYTRUCK r 1
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Christ. This always Includes threethings Wiring and RervairApplianceMADISON & TRACTOR CO. CANTEY MOTOR CO. CHERRY'S "66" S'ERVICB.," t
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Phone HU 3.2241, Madison, Fla. Madison- Florida
business ia his name; and the
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of The Week the School Board minutes in the members of the Legislature. contains two national parks:
iBIf. Every Day last week's Enterprise-Record-i j Outside of the football game,I. Yellowstone, largest in the U

T ? <<1tDR \Ve have various weeks of erVe) certainly know, if we I which FSU lost by one. point ina I S, and Grand Teton, and eleven

fIIIa6M..r wiwww.ccruu.w AW MMSTBM1 CUTU Of MOBTI O08U the year designated for some smoke (and it is better not to determined effort to win or I I national forests. It was the
MADISON, FLORIDA particular cause or other, even smoke at all), not to smoke in lose when they more than I first state to adopt woman's
Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. ,, almost to the point of absurdity bed; we certainly know not to likely could have settled for a ; suffrage and was the first

Published Weekly. Subscription Delayed$3.73 Renewals Per Year$4.00 in Per Advance Year::. ... One of these weeks, how- lay matches around carelessly I I! tie, the feature of the day was :.I state to have a woman Gov-

I ever, is not at all inconse- especially where they are accessible -, the jockeying by the various I ernor. Principal industry in
Advertising Rates DiodeKnown on ApplicationEntered quential; but, on the other to children; we cer- ;' candidates for Governor, along I Wyoming mining: coal, petroleum -

at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June hand, of utmost importance, tainly know not to catch up afire *with some activity by hope- natural gasoline, natu-

25 1908, under Act of March 8, }879. and that is Fire Prevention with kerosene;. we certainly I; fuls for Commissioner of Ag- ral gas, iron ore, bentonite,
Week, being observed over the know not to strike a" match riculture and Secretary of gold, silver, limestone, sand-
OWNERS: T. C. :MERCHANT, 1. C. MERCHANT, JR. I
AND ASSOCIATES country this week. In fact, Ve in the presence of gasoline; State. The present Commissioner stone, phosphate rock, tin,
should be diligent against fire we certainly know not to 1 leave j of Agriculture, Nathan vermiculite, copper, and sodium

MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 every week of the year and children for one moment even !, Mayo, will not run again, and salts. Livestock raising is the
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 every day of the week. Last around a fire; we know all it is doubtful that Secretary of second more important in-
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 fire losses in the I State will that would dustry
year country these and many other things Gray so sheep being the most

:T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. totaled more than a billion about the .danger of fire, and I make two openings. The other numerous animal and the wool

C. MERCHANT. JR., Managing: Editor dollars and for the past eight yet many of us go right' on Cabinet offices are to be votedon clip extensive. Principal crops

MRS. A. W. VANN City Editor years fires have claimed an and violate these sensible rules, I I I too, but usually it is very include alfalfa, sugar beets, potatoes

MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising :Manager. average of 11,602 lives each thinking nothing will happento i hard to oust one of these in- wheat, beans, corn, oats,
-- year. us. But sometimes it does I! cumbents, though once in a barley, and fruits. Manufacturing

happen, and so the frightfulloss while it is done. The Gover- industries include oil refining

Nearly Over PrellyAsCan&And Let' Do BetterSoon of life, so unnecessary, nor's race is the big one printing and publishing .
Cotton ginning is nearlyover aren't the new cars s and the terrific destruction of though, with some six or eight meat packing, and the

corn shelling is in full pretty? Some have already our summer weather property goes right on. Let's do unannounced candidates and manufacture of beet sugar,

swing, and the pecans are fall-,: been shown, and more are being will be over and we will have I better about this thing, start I i the primary election only flour, lumber, railroad ties, and

ing, not many yet, but more of j I ji shown this week. And to have fire to keep warm. ing right now. I seven months away. bakery products. Next week,
them will go to dropping as the'! hosts of people are dropping Fire, under control, is one of Hawaii.Mrs .

fall progresses. Really it does:! by to see them, with several our best friends; uncontrolled, Several Unannounced I Largest National Park
not seem like fall, if we take 1 I buying. This paper is trying to is is a deadly enemy, and we from Ocala T J Beggs Jr has returned
last Friday's 95 and Saturday's'! run pictures of the new cars cannot be too vigilant in seek- CandidatesThe Wyoming is one of the Rocky weeks with the where Dr she Winter spent family two

96 as a guide, but the cooler.! and trucks, and of course the ing to prevent such. Some of Mountain states, more than while Mrs Winter was ill in the
weather will be here before, various automobile companiesare our public buildings are not Florida State Universityand half again as large in area as Ocala hospital. Friends will be glad
to
long', and we will be having to- doing what they can to get properly protected against fireor the Tallahassee ,Chamber'I Florida but with less than a valescing know that at home Mrs now.Winter is Con-

buy fuel l in order to stay warm I the people to see and drive do not have adequate means of Commerce staged an appreciation tenth of the population. It is Miss Faye Terry of FSU spent

instead of turning on the fan them. I of escape in case of fire. (Read I day last Saturday for I a great recreational state and the and week Mrs Ernest end with Terry.her parents. Mr

or the air conditioner in orderto

keep cool. Up to this writ- Announcing! ;

ing the local gin had turnedout

1225 bales of cotton and

expected to reach 1250 bales AWONDERFUL.NEWWORID OF

before the season ends, which, .
under the circumstances, is a .

good record, though nothinglike -
what we used to do. Per- '
haps we have found 'inore FORDS F OR 1- 960'FINEST FORDS

I profitable crops; and then, too, OF A LIFETIME

i when the government put in '! This new Ford Gala tie,like all the
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to limit our cotton crop, other new beautifully proportioned 1960'
i .
,, Fords is styled from a new view
countries put in to increase { point. Traditional automotive elegance
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theirs. Fs combines with modei n design
'4 in the style of a new decade!
/ )
I Steel From Holland

Such a situation develops

\\hen we get prices out of reason -
or fail to meet the needsof
the public. We noted in this +-. : -' P 4., \T+

morning's paper that the Stateof ,- V.- ; ::iii: 1'l .
Florida had arranged to buy
;00 tons of steel from Holland -
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with which to make automobile R 'iK.V

tags when it could

have and would have bought i" : _\ ; ___.._wA(,Ov'..,
the steel in this country if the % In 1960, for the first time in history,
nulls had not been shut down "
your Ford Dealer presents not one, not two;
by a devastating strike now but. three new lines of Ford cars _
nearly three months old. That Now you can see them-the Finest Fords of a Ford savings, however, only begin# with a low
was business going elsewhere 1. The 1960) Fords-The Finest Fords of a Lifetime! Economy-minded Fairlanes. Big-value price.You save still more with engines that thrive,
simply because the home people Lifetime, beautiful from any' Point of View, Fairlane 500'. Elegant Galaxies. A breath-taking on regular gas and save up to a dollar on every
new Sunliner convertible and a brand-new hard tankful a Full-Flow oil filter that lets you
were too stubborn to take care worth more from every Point of Value top model, the flashing Starliner. Then there'sa go 4,000 miles between oil changes Diamond
of it.Ve do not blame just 2. The 1960 F a I cone New-size Ford, whole new world of Station Wagon Living, Lustre finish that never needs waxing aluminized -
the strikers either too. It all adds up to 15: glittering) variations of mufflers that normally I last twice as J long
althoughby the world's most experienced new car and the world's newest, most elegant styling theme! as conventional types new, safer, 'IY uck-Sire
Madison standards they the easiest car in the world to own! And Ford sets the new trend in power. Ford's brakes that are the biggest ever in Ford's]history
seemed to be getting good V Thunderbird 292 V-8 and 352 V-8, like the famous and new soft-tread, lyrex cord tires that run
wages; the mill owners can 3. The 1960 Thunderbird Mileage Maker Six;, bring a new world of quieter, last longer. ,
smoother, hotter performance-on regular gas In every way these are the Finest Fords of yourLifetime
The
share the blame too-they World's Most Wanted CarlIntroducing I
.. :: To top it all, the Finest Fords of a Lifetime are See them at your Ford Dealerslpriced
>
could have given the public a for savings. Ford is stiU priced to outvalue
I better deal on the price of -- the N ew-Size ForcT. all comparable models of its major competitor FORD DIVISION 5Jid.JIJ-'.!:vv
steel. .

the 1960 Ford Z11C.O1L' FALCONI

,To Each His Own I' r THR FORDOR SEDAN
New-size Ford the Falcon! Here's with
Meet the a car the wok Id's mostexperienced
Another instance of this is plenty of room for six big adults and all their luggage. It's new car
sized te handle and park like a "small" car powered to I is lie easiest car
the inroads made in the automobile -
I pass and climb like a "big" car and built like no other in the world too wij
,business in this country car for savings! !
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in recent years by the : It,gives you up to 30 miles per gallon on regular gas. V : -
smaller foreign cars. Our companies : Aluminized mufflers normally last twice as long as ordinary, nV
A Full-Flow oil filter lets 4,000 miles between
for the most part were kinds. you go
oil changes. Even insurance can cost you less! And 3 'r V VV
,obsessed with the idea' of making this Falcon i* the world's most experienced new car. It was V ,
the cars larger and finer driven over every mile of numbered Federal Highway in 4"EXPERIENCE
RUN, USA.- grueling demonstration r i
ail the time on the theory
climaxing Ford's 3 years of development and testing.
that Americans wanted the best
The Falcon has the features that American car buyers ..
and finest, and did not take into .. .expect. Its gearshift is on the steering column-not on the 9*TM TIIW.ItIC-TV STMTWr Mug wtar I
account the fact that the gasoline hoar./ Its engine is located up front for greater stability and
;safety. Best news of all is the Fakon's low, hut price. See itat
tax/ always creeping up- your Ford Dealer's and see the difference! FORD BUILDS THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED. CARS
ward, was making people mind- #
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.iiiI PORO-Ttn FIn.(fade ", Ufotfm" FALCON- N.-Slu foil THUNDERBIRD-7h Wertft Mvtt Wao4 Cr "
well as ,of handsome looks. So .
V .
,f row the companies are putting '

I out bothsmaller.compact kinds cars of cars-the for those :.

who are considering economy HARDEE MOTOR COMPANY :
and :
in operation, the larger >
luxurious cars for those.who ,

.. want willing'those to pay features the difference.and'"'are l :' .Corner Base & Hancock Streets, Madison, la.

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Miss Patricia Ellen Wells, daughter -

of Mr and Mrs William E .

Wells, of Cherry Lake, and Virgil

0 Floyd Clark were wed in a pretty
ceremony at 2 p m. Sunday in

the First Baptist Church, at Madison -.
The Rev James Barber offici-

ated and Mrs Vernon Ragans, or-

ganist, rendered the nuptial music.
Mr and Mrs Leslie L Clark of Ft.

Mjers are the bridegroom's parents.j N'iDESTRO
Standard baskets of white gladioli]

and candelabra holding white tapers FOREST

against a mass of native greenery i
and palms made a background at :
the altar for the wedding party. '

Miss Ann Kellum, of Tallahassee -

was maid-of-honor and the
bride's only attendant. She wore a

If you want fop-notch servic 2 waltz length dress of white organza

embroidered in rule green. The full .
skirt was attached to the bodice I
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for insurance .
.. your < ) with a nile green satin cummer-I960 Evinrude Motors: J P Morrow Jr of the -US I
bund that ended in a bustle bow in Marines, stationed at Camp Le-
As our policyholder, you can count on us for fast, back She wore a picture hat of G-E AppliancesI Jeune, N. C, was the week end I

efficient service in any emergency: fire burglary nile organza with satin streamersand Bryan Electric Co. I guest of his parents, Mr and MrsJ I
matching shoes. She carried a Howerton Supply Co. : P Morrow. I
auto accident. Whatever your problem, call CSt Colonial bouquet of carnationsand
pink ----- ------ ----

We're sure we can help. satin ribbons. Jumbo Hamburgers 30c.
j William M Pinson
LOVELY BRIDE I
I Mr and Mrs J J Sale Jr and Choicest of Steaks and Sea
The bride was given in marriageby I
her father. She chose a of son Jimmy spent the week end in Foods at WHITE TOP
MORROW INSURANCE gown i Passes at Home HereWilliam Lakeland their
AGENCYI visiting daughter,
hand clipped Chantilly lace over DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,
Miss Joan Sale at Florida Southern -
I i bridal satin. The full length skirt I !
---- College. south of Madison. 3-lt-ch
108 W. Pinckney, Telephone HU 36250fRepNiEnting was fashioned of tiers of lace! M Pinson, age 52 a life- --- -- --- -
ruffles, and the fitted bodice hada i, long resident of Madison County II IIi

the Hartford Fire Insurance Company Group sweetheart neckline embroidered i I died at his home here last Friday

in pearls, and long fitted sleeves.j night. 7", "i,
Her fingertip veil of silk illusion]I Survivors include his mother,

I G-E Appliances was attached to a crown of pearls I Mrs Nonie Pinson, two sisters, Mrs
MESSER and sequins. She carried white I Jesse Moore and Mrs L F Terry l
I orchids on a Bible showered with all of Madison one niece, Mrs t
Howerton ( I ; I 1
Supply Co. I I feathered carnations and picot satin Jimmy Rev ell, of Clearwater; one BEWARE OF
& Tire Co. I
Battery ribbon. I greatniece and two great nephews.!
SUPPER PARTY I lIrsVells, mother of the bride Services were held Sunday after LEAKAGEOF A
offers New Goodyear 670 x 15 All I wore a sheath dress of beige silk, nqon in the chapel of the T J I 'FINE MAKEOves
Weather tube-type tire for only rose pink hat and shoes, and I
cor Jr
Members of the Cora Ashley class Beggs Funeral Home, the Rev LIGHT! mojumumof
5J2.95 plus tax and recappable tire of the Methodist Church School! sage of matching'carnations.. Lamar Wynn officiating. W W I I brilliancy and
.
I entertained with a covered dish I Mrs Clark, the bridegroom's I Whitlock, organist, rendered meditation "'"e."
mother wore Navy sheer, matching I music. Interment was in Pine '
party Friday evening in
supper
SPEAKS ON PRAYER I fellowship Hall. Husbands of the|accessories and corsage of pink : Grove cemetery. The cutting or "moVe* of
carnations. i i Pallbearers : Messrs Haze .
members were included among the were O diamond con affect its
Mrs George Hales, who broughtthe { Russell Smith was best man, and i i Home, Harvey Keeling, Yates
guests. value as much as 75% .
morning messages at the evangelistic -II Teachers and officers for the ,' ushers were lIehVeIls, brotherof I Groover, Cleon Hiers, W D Seals \
services at the First Methodist new year were announced by the the bride, and Buddy Ragans. I{ and James Stanley. another reason why SIZE 9
church the past week, chose for her, nominating committee. Teachers I I. A reception was given by the ALONE or PRICE ALONE can

closing talk to a group of women named to serve at present were Mrs bride's parents, Mr and Mrs Wells,I Dr F L Bush and :Mrs Bush Sr be very misleading. B
last Friday the Power of I following]) the cere- ..
morning Fred Mickler and Miss Beatrice immediately I and their guest, Mrs Beatrice Our "KNOW YOUR DIA- TOO THICK
Prayer. Griffin.A I i mony in the parlors of the Educational -I Weeks, left Saturday to spent until "leaks" light and
Mrs Hales emphasized the Atone-: fried chicken menu was supple-J I Building The tiered bride's I October 19 vacationing in the MONO" presentation is based has "see PY'"cost.

ment of the Lord, (the at-one-ment mented with salad, sandwiches, i I cake, topped with a miniature bouquet -I mountains. on diagrams and facts of
in the symbols of the body and cake and iced tea. of carnations centered the scientific research. It is re
bread in the of bride's table. Silver candelabra
sacrament the
I morkobry to understand .
Lord's Supper m the of lighted flanked G-E easy
taking holding white tapers Appliances
Mrs Joe Hill Smith, of Live Oak, I I
which we become 6ne with the the cake on either side. We pride ourselves in making
the week end here visitingher ,
Father and the. Son. I spent Miss Burnett cut the bride's
Judy
sister, Mrs T F Hay, while Mr I Howerton Supply Co. it easy for you to learn
I Smith was attending a Methodist! cake, and Miss Fay Terry kept theguests' I the highlights of diamond c.
book.Irs Hybert Hendry
Lav men's meeting at Leesburg. before :
CUB SCOUTS TO ORGANIZE \ poured punch and Miss Laverne I REHEARSAL PARTY qualities you buy
TOO THIN
--- Ragans, Miss Judy Barber, Miss i;, Mr and Mrs C Vernon Ragans and with no obligot .
toll this
Experts a
and Miss Ann Smith entertained the Wells-Clark wed-I
Davis
There will be an organizational I CIRCUITCOURT I Becky ( 'fish-eye" Light
served. hostesses were!! with .
Assisting ding party Saturday evening
meeting 01 CUD Scouts at .Ju ,
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p. Mrs Jesse Hughey and Mrs T M I a dinner at the Chuck Wagon
m. Monday, vet 1l: for ejection II
01 The Pure Oil Company, plaintiff, Raines. I private dining room. Decorationsi
den I mothers Fellowship ad Hail.oiiicers All, at interestedare Methodist vs B W Brinson defendant. Judgment Mr and Mrs Clark left later i i i!i[ wore arangements of white carnations I WAY] E9 ( .nOIKet:

invura. in favor of plaintiff for the afternoon lor Sault SainteMari and mums. Guests included

$44914 with interest at 6%, and {>, Mich.where Mr Clark is:II besides the bridal part. the fami-

costs of 1290. stationed with the Air Force. lies of the couple i _
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kits.t.'lUN :)l; L.u.. COUNTY COURT
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-- ---- Johnny Demps,

$25 or .1l rty days.
IO fflAL l NLWSAdmitted

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Rabe Lovelies 1
: Kenneth Burnett, :Mrs
JiiiQa Pieroticn, Kev James i.' liar-

Jaer, Mrs 1eona.vebb, Mean Brown, At QuincyRabe

MISS :Billie Jean Coodj, Ann Den- ,

son, Mrs Maxme Albntton, George

Durward Smith, Jimmy Wanner, "
J Love, 79, long-time #
Mrs* Thelma Buchanan, Mrs Mae
Quincy business man, died in a
Rye, Mrs Virginia Dobbs, Miss Jo-
is Holiday
hospital in that city Monday. Funeral Every Day a I
ann Jones, Mrs Marion Johnson, ,..
services were held Tuesday
Shawn Shea Mrs Ruby Busby, Mrs: t '
I morning in Quincy Presbyterian when clothes
Corine Frier and Ray Davis. I you dry your .
church, with interment following in
I
Discharged: Mrserleen Dixon.
and baby, Vernal Webo, Roy Davis, i merest cemetery. ELECTRIC
; Mr Love was well known in i the !
Southall baby boy, Mrs Hilda Piero-I way
Madison, where he had many rel- ... .
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tich, Mrs Marion Johnson and baby, : t
Mn Corine Frier, Mrs Mae Rye !I atives His wife, also deceased O
\ be if
wonderful washday can
Jantl baby, Ann Denson, Jimmy : vv $ the former Miss Agnes Parra- \ II What a day

Wanner, Mrs Maxine Albritton, t i-more of Madison \ I I \ // you use an Electric Clothes Dryer. When

Mrs Lalla Williams, Shawn Shea, I t .. you eliminate clothesline drudgery, you're
George Durward Smith, Mrs Emma
I' SAFE BETS \ t''
free time.
Griffin and baby, Mrs Ruby Busby, bound to have more pep-more

Clilton Goodman, Miss Joann Jones. .A And best, of all, you'll I! like the way an
BABY THOMASMr i .
and Mrs Gary L Thomas of y""t .. I + L Electric Dryer dries your clothes-damp dry

:Mayo, Fla. announce the birth of i f a I w for easy ironing, or ready to_fold and put

a baby boy at the local hospital, lJf.: J D G a 1
Sept. 30. He weighed 8 los and 15: : = away.


ozs. BABY DOBBS : ;?; i Electric clothes drying costs just a few cents

Born to Mr and Mrs Otis Dobbson : a washday, yet saves hours of hard work
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October 3, a baby girl weighing :
<,, week. So take advantage of theIi -
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8 Ibs. and 1 oz.BABY j i ; ; _':-", '

r John-an, JOHNSON } w : :'::';}: i-.:<:;::;;;::;:t -... ; special during values the big being Electric offered Dryer by your Festival dealer.

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I BABY RYE ',. '.' "
l Mr and Mrs Pasco Rye, of Lee, 'j!: '

, announce the birth of a baby boy, curs w cam .':.::: ::: GO ALL-ELECTRIC and SAVE!'

I Oct. 3, weighing 8 lbs. and 9'2 ozs. |V>EFORE BACKING- UP, '
COLORED PATIENTS LOOK THE YARD OVER,
,- Edna Honeywell, DEAR OtP AUNT A664E
! Admissions:
MAY 9E PICKING A CLOVER/
Lula Scott John Thomas, Charlie '

Williams. Electric Clothes is -
-- -- Drying POwflfmCORPORATIONf
Dismissed: Beulah Lauria and .well and baby, Charlie Williams. FLORIDA '!I.I
COOL SAFE .
baby, Lora to Johnson and baby, Born to Edna Honeywell Sept. I CLEAN .

Viola Johnson and baby, Charlye I 30, a baby girl weighing 8 Ibs and and completely AUTOMATIC)

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Yes, let's go to the HILL- Choicest of Steaks and Sea!
Foods at WHITE TOP I DOROTHY GRAY
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., ,.-.. at Agnes Scott College, Decatur, ThomasviIIe, Ga, for two weeks is
....:...:J I Gathe, past week end. }IrsIex I now convalescing at the home of
H Wade Sr who spent last week Sir and Mrs L B Crandell
F C/E. QUICK y; in Atlanta visiting her sister, '.Irs ,
J P Lucky, returned home with them Sunday.
HO 3-6168 BOX 292;!.
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FLORIDA COMPLETE PEST CONTROL

I II ADAPT-A-PLAN. I I INSPECTION

I 'Thl' Gulf Life agent can ten JOG .
! < how. with Adapt-A-Plan. your inmanc .
I Is adaptable. For ez>
I! ample a family income plan cm' JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist
; also pxcrid ubstantkxl nQr
ment iacom GIn hla: G ooS> 111 East Green St.,
: today! r

.._ _" I O Phone 2934PERRY
. &B. aluminum air>eooled engine mounted at lag study of compact design. Low fleet styling CONSTRUCTIONNew FLORIDAWe
I .|k rear is among a multitude of mechanical in accord with American tastes a unique'suspension -
'features Chevrolet has originated for its all-new eystem and unitized bod-frame.toDStrudion' and exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and
{Corrair. A car that seems small only when you are among other features in the six-passenger: Remodeling Ticks, :Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc.
park it, the Corvair boasts "big car* roominess four-door sedan. AU 1960 Chevrolet cars will ben Ho
p4 perforiuuice due to a Jonj-tcrni> engineer- fispla in dealer showrooms e&1 October_2, ertoD Supply Co.

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-I PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT


; FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK COBLEam / Brought To You Weekly By I If Acting President Robert An-
lien-
drews congratulated Hybert

I HELP MAINTAIN AND PROTECT OUR NATUi/4L I II II dry, Chairman of the MembershipDrive
i f RESOURCESSO THAT YOU, YOUR CHILDR LN PATRICIPRTE B Howard Stad sffllLumber at the Jaycee meeting last
AND YOUR NEIGHBORS WILL ALWAYS BE ABLE IN THE Friday on the tremendous success -
TO use AND ENjoy THE FLORIDA OUTDOORS NRAHUifTER
I of this year',, drive. Andrews

STUDY, L', / OFfsTY stated that the drive had exceededthe

I ENJOY 11I JOiM YOUR LOCALSPORTSMEN'S 1 Co. goal set for new members and
AND I predicted a great future for the
I PROTECT CLUBL S Jaycees as a result of the "young

I wI;, LIFt GARDEN CLUB- -, --- blood" transfused into the organi
:MADISON FLA.
, zation.
AUDUBON SOCIETY
fI For the membership drive, the
OR C ON5ERYATI N C LUR'
., TELLS o ; S E WHITTY of Lee, do you Jaycees had been divided into three
R WHEN teams, and the team led by Wayne

\. F6RETi FISH BIT1* read the Fishermans Calendar? Wcger won the membership contest -

by signing un more young menas

new members than any of the
*
r TAKE COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR .. other teams. The losing teams will
= --- BOY os GIRL I
HELP STAMP OUT tertain the winning team with asocial
ILLEGAL CAME *Mt> F SHIAV FISHING I I f FOR THE WEEK OCTOBER 11 THRU OCTOBER 18 affair which will be plannedfor
W"
2.; / VIOLATIONS .11 HUNTINGOR an early date.

Tillie for bell Day, "Tells W..a Fish Bite Bm" Jimmy Hardee announced that the

I 1 v CAMPING Jaycees employed at the Metal

SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN Products Company would meet Sat-
/ ,' : S 11 12 13 I 14 I 15 I 16 I 17 I 18 urday morning October 10, at the

t s I 1 >< 1 >; > >;? 1Jt:3)I:: : > : : :: )3 :8:: Jaycee Public Playground No. t.
; 9:13 10:13 10:59 11:45: 12:29 12:52 1:15 2:00
rehabilitating
of
I for the purpose
2 S 1! : AM AM AM PM PM PM PM PM said playground.}

e ,- r a y \I Jimmy Davis reported that the

eJ Blacker the Fish Better the Day for Fishing i ih. i Jaycees were providing boat numer-

: / als for the numbering of boats
registered under the State of

: Florida's new Boat Registration

f d.HOWARO STUDSTILLLUMBER Art. Jimmy stated that these nu-
HELP ELIMINATE
lf merals were on sale as another
SPOILAGE
POLLUTION AND I| 4 \
OF FLORIDA'S BEAUTIFUL V public service by the Jaycees, and
LAKES RIVERS I that the numerals met the require-
-FLORIDA GAM FRESH WATU Fit* COMMISSION .t COMPANYHU
ments of the boating law.

Do you have any PLAYGROUND
3-6106 MADISON, FLORIDA EQUIPMENT such as slides

I swing, see-saws, bars Jungle
I gyms etc. that your children have
.. ? Why not donate themto
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J K MHS FOOTBALLERS EASILY PLEDGE K. D. the Madison Junior Chamber of

I I OUTDISTANCE BAHlRA j i Commerce for use at a Jaycee

II x. FERTILIZERPurchase I Miss Francine Milliner, daughterof Maintained Public Playground? Regardless -

I M Mr and Mrs Pat Millinor, a of the condition of the
4 A powerful Madison offense the Jaycees can put it
| equipment
freshman
1R t ; racked up 27 points in the first at Florida State Univer-
have
i know of or
Honored If
Orders sity was pledged to the Kappa Del- to good use. you
period and went defeat
Ha-
I on to contact Ran-
!
ta such equipment please
d P q. 3t1s I hira, Ga, 53-0, here last Friday ended.sorority during pledge week just I den Rowe Jr. Phone IIU 3.6925i

.. YICKERS1P.CO.INC. night. i before 5 P. m. or HU. 3-6939 after
Quarterback Donnie Floyd led
5 P. M.MADISON.
the point parade with two touchdowns Madison friends will regret to NEEDS MORE PLAY-

I and an extra point. know that Dr Frederick Mickler, of GROUNDS i
II Yr -IN-TAMPA-- HOSPITALFOR Last week's Big Bend "Linemanof Jasper, is ill in the Jasper hospital.Mr .

I SURGERYMrs the week," Wayne Gibbs, kicked and Mrs Fred Mickler visited
Store will beI
three extra points and a field goal Daylight Dept
I him there Sunday, and his sister I
Holiday -
from 10- yards out in the second Mrs E P Sanders Jr. visited him closed because of Religious
C Matheny left Sundayfor period. .->. ?,*. Saturday. I Monday October 12th. 6-lt-ch
CAROL HENDERSON WINS Tampa where she entered St. I --- -----
Floyd scored the opening touch-
FIRST IN DAIRY SHOW Joseph's hospital for ear surgery.CONSTRUCTION t ...
% down on a 16 yard run, and the punched over from the two after
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i Your Frame CAN
final touchdown with eight seconds Charles Wells had tamed from
Carol Henderson of the Lee 4-H f a flattering accessory
left on a 19-yard run. the 4G on a 44-yard run.
Club won first place in the dairy I I II Hundreds to Choose From
Fullback Billy Rutherford scoredin i C Wells ran for a 37-yard six-
event by showing a grade Guernsey the initial period on a 40-yard i pointer in the second period and I TRADE WHERE THEY ARE

heifer in the Madison County 4-H I'I New and Remodeling run. Floyd passed to Melvin Wells I I Jim Conway intercepted a pass and I MADETwiggs
here last Saturday.In Golden WeddingAnniversary
competition
for the extra point. I went 30 yards for the TD.
poultry competition, the cage Howerton Supply Co. Maury Blalock intercepted a pass. Conway also tackled a Hahira i Optical Co.
of New Hampshire pullets shown I I behind for Valdosta, Ga. CH 4-0534.
and raced 30 yards for a first- ball carrier the goal a
Davis and Williams ) I
by Tommy Ray -
period score, and Shot Walker two-point safety.
placed first. Other blue ribbon _
exhibitors in this event included
Mr and Mrs Sidney D (Sid) Bass .- ...
Annette Martin, Edith Dryden and
will observe their 50th wedding
Dwight Hicks.Runnersup anniversary Sunday, October 11th The Impala 2-DoorSport Coupe o.
in the dairy cattle !\
at their home 15 miles south of ,.. ..., ,
competition were Brenda Blair, Del- : "',". .. .... .
Madison the old farm to market .
on M '
bert Blair, Wentzel Blair and Walter / .
Brown, all of Greerwil e. Shady Grove Road. Y' : .. '
Mr Sid Bass and Miss Addie ..6' : rIr': ""' ",'"
(Winning entries in Saturday'sevents ,, ,
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Sessions were married October 1909in "" .. -':'>;"'- /
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will be exhibited at the Madison County and have spent :.._.........m._ !''8IW1)" "& L!.. !;! :m.; .
area 4-H show to be held here .. .
their lives here. They have three ::'f':'>"" : '."> /"
October 17. Entries also will be
15, Harry, and Dannie
sons, Sidney
displayed from Gadsden Wakulla,
and two daughters Mrs
Bass,
Jackson, Jefferson and Taylor
Johnny Tuten and Mrs Cyril
counties ,
,
Walker, all of Madison; eleven

grandchildren and two great-grand-

LaRue's at Castle Park in Valdosta chiidren.

is featuring in this week's

E-R, the Flight-Light ensemble for Miss Ray Norfleet visited Mr SEE IT NOW AND SEE ALL THESE
the College Girls. Mrs Lucile Mars and Mrs Nat Norfleet in Atlantaover

has been added to the sales force. the week end. "



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ANNOUNCING.r VALDOSTA FEDERAL' IN THE1960 Chevy !





...................!..."JJ !jnewteasy, ., THRIFTIERUlnewlH valve whisper.lifters reduce' engine noise to a
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; NEW !

; loadingcompartment V8 POWER refinementsfor "

1. Underthehoodthrirtisaccentedina
tUugage new standard V8, engineered to de- the driver
Ijyer up to lOC more miles for every .

New convenience has been built into gallon while giving you more zest: at Everybody will want to be the driver
Chevy's big vacation-sized luggage normal speeds. Or you might choose when he sees the kind? of pleasure a
compartment by lowering the loading its teammate-Chevy's Hi-Thrift 6 turn at the wheel brings. The driver .
1 w height -the engine that starts saving the finds Chevy has further cushioned -

Anticipated dividend rate on insured moment you flip the. ignition switch. him from engine impulses by ;n
improved clutch linkage system. He'll
savings payable December 31, 1939
J17spaciousness also find a convenient new parking

FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST I r .Ii "r.\ W QUIET brake that automatically returns to .
.. insideInside 1.4..c normal height after application.NEAREST .
OFFICE HOURS
AND COMFORT TO PERFECTION A

NON.-TOES.-WED-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM you'll find room and more LOW-PRICED CAR EVER CAME!
room. There's room to sprawl in, Thicker, newly designed body
THURSDAYS AND
SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON room to sit tall in-and the roofline mounts insulate you from road shock I:

SAVE BY MAIL AT has a respect for hats. A new flatter and noise, insuring an almost cocos>n- + _i
The New transmission tunnel is a boon to the like quiet. Full Coil spring suspension CHEVROLET
middle man. Here is the kind of space melts bumps as no other suspensionthat
invites the family system can. Oil hushed hydraulic

Tep Mnt.I.w..t-Tb.Oiuk Sim Chevy Sh..-Srd *s RK-TY-Pat.....Chewy S* roo -We.U,ABC-TV-Red Steto Che j Special fntai.October!.CBSSee .

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your local authorized Chevrolet dealer .1...
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Saving & Loan Association _

115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA. r. -
j .CANTEY MOTOR COMPANY.,
The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small

Enough To Knew You

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YOU ARE INVITED TO I II

BACK FOR MORE! Winner In-Dairy Show 1 i! Bryan Electric Co. Yertle's Beauty Salon I I i


Over half of all Northwestern :Mutual life insurance
The Annual Madison County 4-H'' Formerly Kathleen'sLadies
policies go to old customers coming back for more. They Dairy, Poultry and Corn Show, heldat WEED SOURCE OF INCOME

like what thex get. the Madison County Agricultural FOR GLYNN COUNTY FAMILIESBy t I
, I I Center last Saturday, attracted a and Children'sLATEST
total of eighty choice exhibits from c
ROBERT A. CRAWFORD Northwestern I 4-IFers throughout the County. HANK DRANE, in Jacksonville HAIR STYLING ;

LARRY PINSON Twenty-three prize dairy animals Times-Union)
P. O. BOX 307 Mutualil I' which had received several weeks of I j BRUNSWICK, Ga. Oct. 3 A PERMANENTS, FACIALS
flu 364.,4LaRUE'S training and grooming from their \ tongue, which grows abundantly in I
I II 4-H owners, were shown in the sweet-smelling weed known as deer "
I I the wooded area of Glynn County, MANICURES, SHAMPOOSAND It..
dairy division of the show. I j \ I
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! ___U .. Carol Henderson, a Lee 4-H girl, j has become an important sourceof .
I -- I captured the coveted first spot in, income for many rural families. SETS 'C/ I

Madison 4-H Show the second year in succession with I The weed, when gathered and
her grade Guernsey Junior Heifer. dried, can be sold for as high as {
i Calf. Other 4-H boys and girls receiving -I' 20 cents a pound to eager buy- VERTLE BRINSON U
: : 1 Castle ParkValdosta \Winners NamedMadison j Blue Ribbons in the Dairy ers. There are no official figureson
the amount of deer tongue New Manager ,
, Show were: Brenda Blair, Wetzel
Ga. i i Blair, Delbert Blair (2 animals), i j marketed here, but one buyer said \

" Mi 7ozof: Walter Brown (2 animals), Ronnie(; 50000 pounds a year would be a
just County 4-H Boys and Ginn, Jerry Fletcher and Jimmy conservative figure. MABEL RAGANS HAZEL WEST, Operators
: Girls had their finest dairy, poul-i O'Neal. Receiving second place Red I I Although Glynn County is one
.J try and corn projects on exhibit i:i Awards: Sandra Sale ((2 animals), j i of the biggest markets for deer Phone HU 3-6230 Setzer's Shopping Center, Madison
FlightLightcomfort I Saturday at the Madison County Buddy Hutto, Hilton Moore, Bill, tongue in the nation, only a small I --
Agricultural Center. The Fall Shows,Ij' | Washington Jack Sale, Johnny MC-! percentage of its citizens are ac- I I IrilZh'
I climaxed a year's activity in the I Daniel, Dwight Hicks, and Connie'\'' quainted with the weed or knowof
J and control j' three projects. j Shaw Kenny Dryden, Connie Shaw, j its use in the manufacture of
i The top score in the dairy show Jack Sale, and Paul Blount were ) tobacco and drug products. 1 d Ph
was awarded to Carol Henderson, awarded White Ribbons in the) The weed consists of a stem anda 1f W
ACCLAIM BRA. member of the Lee Club, showing! Dairy Show. small green leaf shaped like a
I Two-way stretch-eastiC a Grade Guernsey heifer. The next I Ray Williams of the Pinetta 4-H ;1 tongue, which probably acconutsfor A SHIP IS CALLED'Sttt*. Your repairman will
frames the cup for individual four top scores went to Brenda Club and Tommy Davis of the;I its name. When dried, the leafresembles BECAUSE ITS ALUASSFOP ".
r fit... venti- Blair, Greenville, showing her Grade Greenville .A-K Club tied for first''I tobacco and has a simi- LOOKII" )6 A BUOY. .
cool
I be
Guernsey Cow; Wetzel Blair, Green-" place hondrs in the Poultry Show habut sweeter smell. I going In therigh t
lated comfort! White ville 4-H'er with a Grade Holstein with their exhibits of 10 New I According to buyers here, it is
cotton 32-36 A; heifer; Delbert Blair Greenville, Hampshire pullets. Dwight Hicks, used sparingly by some tobacco I direction if he comes
$252ANSWERr.DEB I
32-38 B. C. with a Grade Guernsey yearling I Edith Dryden and Annette Martin companies to sharpen the aromaof

heifer; and Walter Brown, Green- also won Blue Ribbons on their! their products. It is also utilizedin _. to for all
our store
PANTIE ville, showing a three year old: poultry exhibits. Carol Henderson I a number of drugs, particularlythose t tI
Nylon power net with Registered Jersey Cow. These fine and Ralph Davis, Jr, received Red sold for cure of colds and _____
inner V shaped panels animals will be shown in the Area" Awards and Paul Cave, Jr Shirlene 1 I related ailments. I of your Auto Parts I
size-trimming 4-H Dairy Show, to be held' in I Pidgeon and Paula Brooks were SOME SENT TO CALIFORNIA _
give control.you Satin elastic I Madison October 17, in competition, awarded White Ribbons. I Calvin Smith, manager "of a -- !l needs. Don't delay-
I with the best five County entries in I Eighteen of the forty-seven 10-i 'warehouse here said he also heard
back pane!.White, 'the leaf utilized in the I 1
was manu-
I 815 Gadsden, Wakulla, Jackson, Jefferson ear Corn exhibits were placed in have him call
PSML facture of cosmetics but wasn't on use
Leon and Taylor Counties. the blue group, twenty-one in the I
I j There were twenty-three dairy animals red group ,and eight in the white 'certain."I 1
I' ,' buy all I can get," he said, today.
in the show, twelve of them group. Placing in the blue groupin I'
j registered in the various breed 'I''j jI the Corn Show were: Larry Alderman '"and bale" it and ship it to Cali- I
!I Association. I Paul Blount Larry Sale,] :fornia. I'm not sure what happens I
I Ten poultry members exhibited I i Ricky Ginn, Jerry Fletcher, Dan'' :to it after it leaves here." I i iI
'I ten of ,their best pullets in the', Thigpen Wetzel Blair (2 exhibits), i!j' I
poultry show with a' tie for the: Scotty Wimberly (2 exhibits), Jack
Radiator and ; I
I best cage of New Hampshire pullets! Sale, Delbert Blair (2 exhibits)," Cleaning ,i i -ter
FREE 1\ being shown by Tommy Davis and '; Jimmy O'Neal, Brenda Blair ((21 I ii I I AUTO PARTS Inc.
: Ray Williams. Other blue ribbon I exhibits, ), Ronald Eugene Webb and! General Automotive I, r ,
t t exhibitors of poultry were Annette! Andrew Hammock. :; ; rts: :
petite flight bag i
1 I Martin. Edith Dryden, and Dwight I,'! The Sears Foundation sponsored ;i I 1r} ::f: llap

with Yourflightlight Hicks. the Dairy and Poultry Shows and! Repairs I 'PfCKNEY ST '-' riaSON' n 'Phone'- t :'3',222JI
ensemble! t I Forty-seven 10-ear Corn exhibits the State Department of Agri-' -
were on display in the Corn show. culture and Madison County Board I ]McWILLIAMS GARAGE! I LIVE OAK, FLA PH. FO 2-2329; Ql'ITMAN. GA., PH. 4401WMNS'S

Eighteen were blue ribbon exhibits,I of County Commissioners sponsoredthe -- "_ -
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21 red and 8 white ribbons. Corn Show.
The best 25 corn exhibits, as well} The show was under the directionof
as the best poultry entries, will be j the local Agricultural Extension
f. shown in the State 4-H Corn Show!' Service Agents 0 R Hamrick, Al- / OFFERS YOU THE
at the North Florida Fair in Talla- mon Zipperer and Harvey Paulk.
hassee this month.
4-H Club work in Madison Countyis ONLY NINE NUT SPECIES \

supported by the Board of VITAL IN WORLD TRADE YOU HAVE EVER SEEN
County Commissioners and is directed BEST BUY

by the County Agricultural WASHINGTON, Oct. 3-There are
Extension Service Agents. i 100 or more species of edible tree
I nuts grown around the world, but

!, The Adult Circles of the Metho- |I only trade.nine are important in world (IN A LIVING ROOM- GROUP,

I dist Woman's Society will meet'i I Of these, almonds rank first in
Janie Paul Circle at 10:00 {
Monday: |'i volume and commercial production
a. m. with Mrs Carl Karstedt and Sofa Bed 95Platform
cashew nuts place second, filberts
Mrs Charles Hembree, at Mrs Kar.stedt's '
j (hazelnuts) third, and walnuts Rocker
and HaddenMorrowCircle i
home; fourth.j These are considered the
with Mrs Pat Millinor, Hel'en
"big four" in tree nut production. TV Chair
-3 Parramore Circle with Mrs D F j j The other five are pecans, brazil Two End Tables
and Nencie Bevan Circle
Burnett j I nuts, pistachios, chestnuts and pig- I 11J
with Miss Beatrice Griffin dl at nolias Coffee Table
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4p.m4 I The remainder are eaten domestically Two Lamps
-- j or used in the manufacture Two Throw Pillows j
1 1H 1v of products-such as the
': kola nut, used to flavor beverages, Piece Living Choice ofColors I
Smith-Corona adding i or the oil palm nut, which yields an I
.' edible oil. Tung nuts, which are Room Group
or 1 important in world trade, are not
Machines typewriters I\ edible. ,
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i| In the whole world, Italy is the t--'", -;;-' -- ,

by and cash registers. I' largest commercial producer of \ !) t
tree nuts and has been expanding : "
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GI'ssahz j production over the last 25 years. I \ ..
The This overall expansion conceals a
"'- static and possibly declining almond
1 production. Filberts and walnuts
Open ThursdayFree EnterpriseRecorderFRESH account for the increase. ;
j The United States is the second
Parking largest producer and, like Italy,
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"" ", "" ,' "- '" faster. The U S industry is com-
paratively young, having gained
GARDEN SEED importance since World War IL
Before the war the United States
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was a leading import market for
tree nuts. But when the war cut off
ONION SETS, TURNIP, MUSTAR D, COLLARD, CABBAGE, imports, the U S industry stepped 1
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CARROTS BEETS AND RUTABAGA up production.
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Now the United States exports
nuts even though its imports have

GA.. RED SWEET POTATOES 3 Ibs. 25c able risen. to The imports rise is of mainly cashews attribut-and .
Same Suite
v pistachios, both of which have more '
than doubled and neither of which
are grown in the United States.U in Heavy Guage
1 BUSHEL $3.00 S nuts move in the samemarkets Plastic Covers$169.95YOU
as those produced in the
Mediterranean basin but the United
States is in and out of the market, CAN GET IT WITH CREDIT AT
See us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT-
while the Mediterranean growers

VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS depend mostly on exports.
The value of the nut industry is
not inconsiderable. For example,

J. I. SURLES & SONS the States-almonds big four nut, crops walnuts of the, filberts United, DOWLING FURNITURE CO.

I and pecans-were worth a total of
108 S. Horry, Phone HU 3-2395, Madison Fla. $100,814,000 in 195& In 1957, the
value of the four crops was :128 N. Patterson Valdosta, Ga CH 24515r'T

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i 1i 1 LADIES ;: Sold by WifloughbyKroadus Don't Throw That Slick

Thinking of ('''hnstm money'.'
' I Write AVON. Box 3103 Tallahassee -
'j Fla. Full!' or Willoughby reported
oISctleL jffi&Mi&n1 part timeCARD :
: j Tuesday recent sales of a house in Tire !

:t.,. _- -__ __ -_ -- ..,_ Yellow Pine subdivision to JamesA away
f Blair and the K D Hitchcock
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| dairy to J E Wooten of Gainesville
h W. B. Davis THANKS\ ; .--- -----
Jr. HELP WANTED Miss Sandra Howard who is in BRING IT TO THE '

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: I Nurses' Training at an Orlando I
''Ii J ACREAGE FARMS hospital spent last week end with
You can become successful i in We wish to express our
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BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL appreciation J her parents, Mr and Mrs Norman North Florida Recapping
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL business for yourself. Opportunity to our many friends and' Howard at Lee. Company ;
Ii' APPRAISALS now in Madison County. For in- relatives for their sympathy and
ABSTRACTS OF TITLETITLE formation see C E HOWE g14 many deeds of kindness and help:: M-Sgt Benny-x-Williams of USAF On U. S. 90, opposite Ragans Motor Co.
, White St.* Live Oak, or write shown us during the brief illness
INSURANCE Recruiting Service,
resides at Cherry
RAWLEIGH'S DEPT. FAJ-14 0.53-1. and passing of our son brother:!I Madison, Fla.
112 West Base Street and I i Lake, Fla. For information call
Memphis, Tenn. uncle William Pinson. We
, MADISON. FLORIDA Cherry Lake 8258. 6-lt-ch
Phone HU 3-6277 Oct. 2, 16, 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20, pd also appreciate the many gifts of''i and get new tire service out of it

____n____ food and the beautiful flowers. May!
God bless each of you is our
WANTED: EXPERIENCED SALES- prayer.
BROADUS WILLOUGHBY LADY. Full time work, references MR and MRS JESSE MOORE. I'' OPENED! WE ALSO HAVE RE-CAP TIRES FOR SALE
REALTOR I MR and MRS L F TERRY.
preferred, for local or out of town
,
w' Phone office HU 3-5431 MR and MRS JAMES E REVELL.
lady. LA RUE'S SHOP CASTLE i
T Phone residence HU 3-9481
NEW FLOWER SHOP IN They will give all the Tread
v MADISON. FLORIDA PARK, VALDOSTA, GA. 5-lt-cl you Service A New Tire
QUITMAN, GA.
FOR SALE: Two bdrm House. MALE HELP WANTED METHODIST SERVICESDr will, or more, and at much less cost
Flowers for All Occasions

Thoroughly room. On lot finished.& half. Yellow Lg Living Pine caliber Wonderful, energetic Opportunity men between for ages high and Mrs John Sands and son, Quitman Flower ShopBus Yours for tire conservation

Sub-Division. Only $300.00 down., 25 to 45. with old reliable Insurance Alan Minor Sands, and Miss
$50. month. Company. Excellent pay and train- Dorothy Landon were received into I Station Bldg. NORTH RORRECAPPING CiA
---<- -- membership
at the Methodist church
ing program during training period.Ii MRS MARY ELIZABETH PHILLIPS
FOR SALE: Baby bed and mat you have the above qualifications Sunday morning and Alan Sands,
tress, in excellent condition. MRS, call HU 3.2369 any time for ap received the rite of baptism. I Owner
.. W. H. SIMPSON, Phone HU pointment. 4-4t-ch World Communion Sunday was Phone 9781 7351, Quitman, Ga
, 3-2586. 5-lt-pd I observed at the morning hour along
WANTED: Two curb girls and a with other churches in the city and I --
night cook. Curb service 3 p. m. over the world, and the church Corbett Sheppard of Live Oak
' PLACE 90, two FOR miles SALE west: On of Highway Greenville to 12 p. m. at WHITE-TOP school observed Rally Day with JOHNW.WADSWORfflRegistered in renewing for the home paper, For your grinding: and mix..
J Fla. Business with living DRIVE-IN on U S 53 south of promotional exercises. writes, I just can't do without it. ing on your farm, call WEST
Madison. 3-lt-ch Flowers in the sanctuary were -x- END MILLING
quarters combined. G B GIL- SurveyorPhone COMPANY
,t' LEAN, R 3, Box 57, Greenville, WANTED by Mrs Nose_Fligh of Jacksonvillein GrahamVheeler of Marianna
: Some nice, soft, clean i Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971
memory- Mr and Mrs J L HU 3-2372 spent the week end here with Mrs
Florida. 3-4t-pd rags. No buttons or woolens. THE collect.
I ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. Agner. MADISON. FLORIDA Wheeler and children. I
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FOR SALE: Tobacco shade poles 1 t'
REWARD for whereabouts 1956
: and fence posts. JESSE STAL-
I VEY, 104( Peach St., HOMER- Johnson 30 hp motor, serial RJE-
1, VILLE, GA., Phone HU 7-2117. 18c. stolen from my place at
6-5t-pd Cherry Lake Fla. THEO MUR- STOP! LISTEN !
I RAY, phone 2031, Quitman 44tchLIVE Ga. t

FOR SALE: Five room house.
I', Modern conveniences, over 6 acre STOCK AUCTION
land. Terms can be arranged. SELL your cattle and hogs in our
. MRS K DEMBINSKI, Rt 3 Box auction each Monday. Sales start at IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO BUILD ANYTHINGHog
"- 112, Madison. Fla. 6-lt-pd 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK
YARDS, Monticello Fla. 3-tf-ch
, FOR SALE: Three bed-room housein

Phone Lakeside HU 36723.Terrace MRS unfurnished.GRAHAM: ---- Pens Chicken Houses-A New Home or Repair Your Old One

WHEELER. 4-2t-ch I I GiRARDIN JEWELERSFor

FOR SALE: Practice piano. See SEE- IE-FIRST
MRS HAZEL WEST, at Kath
leen's Beauty Parlor, or call HU SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL

J 3-6762 after 6 pm. 4-tf-ch DIAMONDS EXPERT REPAIRING, JEWELRY We have the Largest Stock of Good Used Building


I QUITMANTELEVISION MEMBERS Materials in South Georgia or North Florida

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I S.4 BRIDAL ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING
, 401 E Stevens St. SERVICEVALDOSTA

I. We Repair .
I I. Record.Players-Automobile Radios
A Few Choice Selections GA. 100 Used Bath Tubs 10,000 ft Pipe, Galvanized 2500 Light Fixtures

I IN USED TV SETS I Black & Cast Iron _
Work guaranteed satisfaction 303 No Patterson 50 Electric & Gas Water 1500 Switch and Plug-in Boxes
PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICEOUR 1500 Doors
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WAY OF SAYING Heaters 20,000 ft of Electric Wire, 150 Kitchen Sinks, all kinds
"THANK YOU" J. D. ScruggsFORESTER All Sizes

Phone 9481 Quitman, Ga. 2,000 Ibs Plumbers Lead Pipe Fittings
Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers 75 Lavatories

BEFORE SELLING your timber REGISTERED. HU 3-6186 SURVEYORPh. I V Camp & Corrugated ;Metal 2500 Windows All kinds of Fuse & Braker

or timber land please see me. We MADISON, FLA. 150 Good Commodes all kinds and all sizes BoxesLUMBERLUMBERLUMBER
are also interested in buying a ,
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limited amount of pine-hardwood .
pulpwood delivered by truck to FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars.
See, write or callL.
Timber
Ranch Loans
P. GIBSON

Phone Rt. 3:, Cherry Madison Lake, Florida 8363 Long THE Terms REPRESENTATIVE- Low InterestSEE AT Yes, 1,000,000 ft of it-Heart Pine, Cypress and Oak


FOR RENT: Two-bedroom house.C. THE MADISON COURT HOUSE 1x4 lxi 1x8 1x10 1x12 2x2 2x4 2x6 2x8 2x10 2x12 4x4 4x6 4x8 6x6 6x8 6x10
T. McWILLIAMS, HU ,3-6275 EVERY TUESDAY MORNING. f
orFOR HU 3-6552. 8x10 8x12 10x12 12x12
4. A .
RENT: Room with private YOU Name It
bath at my home MRS C M I .
PLANT. 415 S. Horry St. Goodyear Tires $12.95
HU 36650. 5 Phone//
10,000 ft. Moulding 5000 ft Door & Window Casing Front Porch Columns, All Sizes,I
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom unfurnished I 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type,

HOWARD house, STUDSTILL on Oak Drive.office Call plus tax and recappable tire. 50,000 ft. 1x3, 1x4, and 1x6 I I up to 20 ft. high .

phone HU 3-6106. residence Flooring 6500 ft 1x6 Square Edge Siding 30,000 ft. Beaded Ceiling ,

phone HU 36630. 5-tf-ch MESSER
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FOR RENT: Completely furnished & lireCo.1\ COME ON DOWN AND SEE S.VE WILL SAVE YOU UP TO _
house electrically equipped, large Battery

. SATURDAY grounds and barbeque or SUNDAY pit. CALL only. 50% of Your Building Material Cost

HU 3-6460. 6-lt-ch Radiator
and
FOR RENT: Downstairs apartment Cleaning We also do remodeling repairing-new additions

to permanent couple, private bath General Automotive ,
and private entrance. MRS-MIL

Phone WALKER HU 3-6243.115 W. Dade 5-lt-ch Street. .. Repairsfriends Roofing and Siding. No down payment. UP TO 5 yrs. to pay


f FOR RENT or SALE: Two bedroom visit her in Tampa.
1 house facing Cherry Lake. PAUL WILLIAMSON dba
See ROBERTS GROCERY ort McWILLIAMS GARAGE ,


t J FOR Phone apartment RENT Cherry,:and Downstairs Lake a newly 8396.furnished furnished 4-4t-ch MONTICELLO-B WINS SOUTH GEORGIA FENCE & CONSTRUCTION COii:

garage apartment. Apply MRS The Monticello B football team
1 J J NEWMAN, Phone HU 3-2523, t defeated the Madison B's here last 217 W. JORDAN STREET, PHONE HU 3-6785 :MADISON, FLORIDADrive
' 311 North St. 4-4t-ch
Range Thursday afternoon 18 to 6.
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LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST ,_ ___ __- ___ -- i: ------ --
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Preaching WE WELCOME: service every YOU Sunday A preaching -Service every Sunday COMPLETE LINE NEED YOUR WATCH REPAIRED? i:\When buying yourER I -J

and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. SEE KELLY WATCHMAKER

2nd 1st and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. morning1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m FLOOR TILES All Repair Work Guaranteed I: from Newsboys .'

Sunday School each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00. a. m. GOOD USED WATCHESNew ; I'
Sunday at 10:00 a. m.Pra.er I Please DO NOT park in the 0
Sunday School every Sunday AND watches and bands fur that
Service each I street and make your newsboy run
appreciated giftKELLY'S
1sr and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m.
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. out into the street to make a sale. I
2nd and 4th Sundays 0:00 a. m. CABINET TOPS REPAIR SHOP
Family Night covered Family Night Covered Dish Supper I Kindly pull over to the curb. .11iftAVOR
MADISON
dish supper, Friday Our newsboys have instructions
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. 2nd Friday night every month I to STAY OUT of the streets, and
O
Woman's Society of promptly at 7:00 p. m. Howerton Supply Co. we will appreciate your co-cperat-
Christian Service Woman's Society of Christian Ser- ing with us AND THEM for

meets Thursday after vice meets on Monday night after THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very
SCHWINN BICYCLES
1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. much. '

Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets Franchised Dealers & Service
alternately with Rocky NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 4
alternately with Cherry Lake on AGED YEARS +..
Springs Tuesday after HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. NAME LAW
4th Sunday 8:00 p. m. ,Tuesday after the 4th Sunday 'I SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW WOOD

Official Board meets 1st Wed- 8:00 p. m. M A F Notice is hereby given that the ;-
each numbered month 'The Official Board meets each desiring to in
even
nesday 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music undersigned, engage CompanyPS.
after prayer service. month following the supper on 7:55 News business under the fictitious name 171. Perry Fla.
Cantata At
Commission on Education meets Family Night. 8:00 Baptist Hour Baptist of Madison Laundromat, in the

1st Wednesday each odd numbered :P. K. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. 8:30 Gospel Music Setzer's Madison Shopping Center,I Laymen's Day At

month after prayer service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas.C. 9:00 Revival Time Church Madison, Florida, intends to regisj
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. I B. DAVIS PASTOR 9:30 Gospel Concert ter the said name with the I
THOMAS SURLES, HARRY M. 10:00 News of the Circuit Court of Madison Baptist ChurchLaymen's

COCHRAN, Asst's. LEE METHODIST CHURCH L0:05 Sunday Serenade An unusual musical program will County, Florida. _
C. B. DAVIS, Pastor. 10:45 Prelude to Worship be presented in the First Baptist The REG Corporation 106 East I.-Ill I
11:00 Jefferson Street, Tallahassee, Flori- Day will be observed
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching Every Sunday.1st Morning Worship Church of Madison on Sunday evening at the First Baptist church Sun-

GREENVILLE FLA. and 3rd Sundays 12:15 12:00 News Afternoon Melodies October 18th, as part of the da.By: Edwin S. Fleet. Second Vice day morning, October 11th. The

Sunday School .._ 10:00 A. M. --- 11.-00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Home-Coming Day. Alva Willaford, President. 4-4t-ch j men's choir will be in charge of
Morning Worship ..__.... 11:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. L255 News choir director, has arranged for a the program, and James Moncriefof
Haptist Training Course 6:45 P. M.Zvemng 'Sunday School Every 1:00. Afternoon Melodic double quartet of outstandingvoices GREENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL the North Florida Junior College

: Worship ._.._ 7:30 P. M. Sunday ______.._ 10:00 a. m. 1:30 Afternoon Melodic from Valdosta to present the FOOTBALLERS SHADE faculty will be the guest speaker.
1:40 Serenade In Blue "
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M Methodist Youth Fellowship cantata, 'The Beatitudes. JENNINGS

--......---..-..__.__ 6:00 p. m 1:55 News This work was composed by -
HANSON METHODIST CHURCH'ZEB WILLIAMS, Pastor 2:00 Hour o: Decision James Dasher, native Valdostan, who Cecil Sistrunk scored all Green' Jimmy Wyche, who has been
Preaching Services every First BOB 2:30 :Musical: Sunday will act as organist for the oc tol
SEARCY. Sunday School Supt. yule points as he led his team general manager of the Alamance
and Third Sunday 11:00 A. M. 2:55 News! casion. Mr Dasher, until his recent a 7-6 decision over Jennings last Baseball Club at Burlington, N C.

andV7:30 P. M. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 3:00 Musical Sunday retirement, taught for many yearsin Friday night in Greenville. the past season, is at home for a

Sunday School every Sunday Preaching Sunday 3:55 News the college in' Valdosta. and Sistrunk. regular quarterback butnlO'ed visit with his parents, Mr and MrsJ
10:30: A. M. every 4:00 Hit Parade served as organist and choir director -
to halfback for this
School ___ I game L W} he. He also spent several
Sunday 10:00 A. ML"forming 4:55 News
before in several churches there. He '
Family Night Saturday i scored on a 29-yard run in the days on a business trip to Jack-
Every second Sunday 4:00 P. M. Worship ___ 11:00 A. M. 5:00 Music At Sundown is now musical director for the, second period. He also ran for the sonville.

REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 5:30 Headlines & Weather First Christian church in Valdosta g: all-important extra point. I -xLt -

Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. 5:33 Sign Off and devotes most of his time to Rodney Bennett retaliated for
Com'dr Charles E Busby U S
PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH ]Prayer Meeting every composing.Mr I Jennings in.the third period, Navy and Mrs Busby and three
WITHOUT .
Sunday School _._ 10:00 A. M. Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M. I CHANGE- NOTICE Dasher has composed three ing in a 39-yard scoring gather-I' children of the Jacksonville Naval

Morning Worship _______ 11:00 A. M. 1 W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ other cantatas: "The Resurrection"is t quarterback Philip Smith. Base were visitors here the past
Faptist Training Union 630 P. M. built on the Easter theme, and I The Greenville forward wall
ARTHUR CRUCE. Training Union week for a few days .with his
Evening Worship ____..*_.. 7:30 P. M. Daily Program ScheduleWMAF "The Nativity" was written for use stopped the PAT attempt. I parents, Mr and Mrs Jim Busby,
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST GURR at Christmas, while "Joseph inEgypt" I Outstanding on the forward wall I and Mr and Mrs Wilbur Rutherford.
Brotherhood last Thursdayof Minister 1220 ON YOUR DIAL can be used at any time. were Donald Bishop for Greenvilleand '

each month at '._'.... 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO 6:00 A.?,!. Sign On The public is cordially invited to Clinton Combass for Jennings. -
W. r.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. attend this outstanding musical program Hampering the offensive progress Senator and Mrs W Turner Davis
Evelene Circle on Sunday evening the 18th. fumbles, l left Sunday for Denver, Colorado,
winners
Kelley 6:25 World &. State News of the were seven
3rd Thursday _'''_'_.. 230"( P. M. Come Worship With Us 630 Fla. Farm Hour two blocked punts, and 50 ,yardsin to attend the National Legislative

V.: L. SINGLETARY S. S. Supt. Sunday School ______m_ 10:00 A. M. 6:45 Rudy Hamrick Beach On penalties.Mrs Service Conference. They joined the
Keaton Florida delegation and went by
ALBERT KELLEY. B.T.U. Director Morning Worship _....... 11:00 A. M. (Mon. Wed. Fri)
:REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN, Pastor Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 655 World News J J Newman was hostess at train, and expect to be away about

WELCOME TO Evening Worship m___.. 8:00 P. M. 7:00 State News The Gulf bridge Saturday Afternoon. Arrangements ten days. ,-x:-
Mid-week Prayer Service 8:00 P. M. 7:05 Coffee With Ray of dahlias were used
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Dr and Mrs A F Harrison spent
Sunday School ...._....... 10:00 A. M. Brotherhood 4th Friday 8:00 P. M. 7:45 World News to decorate the living room where the week end in Atlanta. They wentto
Morning Worship ..._.._. 11:00 A. M. Jack Pickles ___u________. S. S. Supt. 7:50( State News I two tables of players'were enter- attend the Clemson-Tech football
Sun Andrews .... B. T. U. Director 7:55 Weather News tained. Guests included members of
Training Union ....___ 6'30 P. M. Water front lots priced, from game Saturday.
Evening Worship ...._......_ 7:30 P. M. REV. M. J. FOWLER, Pastor 8:00( Coffee with Ray 10% down balance to I. the Thursday Afternoon Club and

Prayer Meeting _....._.... 7:30 P. M. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 9:00 Morning Devotions $995. l Mrs T C Merchant, Miss Whittie Aluminum screens and frames
9:15 Musical Interlude suit. Safe, clean bathing beach, Dickinson and Mrs James Conway
Church Business Meeting First CHURCH cost less than wood.
Wednesday night of each month. 9:30( Music Unlimited good fishing and hunting, just I Top score prizes were won by Mrs] CO.
HOWERTON SUPPLY
10:00 News
D F Burnett and Mrs Conway.
Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second Preaching, Services Sunday the spot for your Beach Home,
every 10:05 t Music Unlimited -------
Thursday night of each month. Service 11:00 A. M. I -
Morning 10:30 Music Unlimited or week-end Retreat at a price
ferenclung: Services >Every Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. .
11:00 Unlimited
Music the
Come Worship With Us. unequalled any place on I ALBRTTTON BROS.TRACTOR f .
Sunday School .every Sunday at 11:15 Public Service .
REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor 10:00 A. M. coast. 20 mi. S. W. of Perry
11:30 Record Session
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. 12:00 World News on Hwy S361 (soon to be com- CO. -

REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor Prayer Meeting every Wednesday. 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes pleted south via Steinhatchee).
m1
Sunday. at 7:30 P. M. 12:30 Talk Of The Town FIFTH STREET
Services
every write P. 0.1
Come see us, or
Sunday School __...m..m. 10:00 a. m. BrotherhoofIrst Thursday every 12:40 Uncle Ned TEL. FO 2-2381
Morning Worship __...._ 11:00 a. m. month at 7:30 P. 1LEve1".body 12:45 State News Box 301. Perry, Florida. YOUR MASSEY-FERGUSON

!Training Union ....._.....* 7:00 p. m. Welcome. L25G Farm News 4-6t-pd DEALER I
Evening Worship __._._. 8:00 p. m. REV. J. R. COLLINS. Pastor 1255 : Weather News LIVE OAK, FLA.

Wed. .... 7:30 m 1:00 Hit Parade .
Prayer Meeting p. MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST Hillbilly .....

iK MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST 701 South Range 2:00.1:55 !if' News Smith-Corona addingtypewriters '. . a ar r s a a a r'
Gospel Time '
CHURCH Bible Study __ 10:00 A. ML a -

REV. JACK LAMB Pastor Lord's Supper and 2:45 2:30 Public Afternoon Service Melodies I Machines ,- One Great Team :
Board of Edification 11:00 A. M. ,
3. R. Sapp Chairman T .
2:55 World &
State News
Deacons. Bible Study ____ 7:00 P. M. .

Billy Bailey...._.- BTU Director Ladies'Preaching Class_._...__._._ .. 7:30 Thursdays P. M. 3:00 3:45 T Afternoon Public Service Melodies and cash, registers.EnterpriseRecorder. : Amoco White\ Gas & Super, Permalube Oil :

Leroy Cruse ...._ Associate Director 4:00 News
;leroy Cruse ....,.. S. S. Supt. NEW HOPEFUL 4:05 Request Parade The sa

iliss Merle Bass ........_ Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 4:55Yorld & State News : : eo

Mrs Juanita Cruse ....!..... Pianist! Services every first and third 5:00: Request Parade ; an 4 .

Sunday School.._.... 10:00: A. M Sundays at 11 a. m., and 8:00 p. m. 5:45 Sports Highlights ::' ,
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School Sunday 10:00a. 6:00 World News ---
horning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M.Training :Sunday every ..
m.Training 6:15 Twilight Tunes .
Union _.. 7:00 P. M.71veciing Union every Sunday 7:00 6:55 News GOODYEAR TIRESJIrrl'S a t .

Worship .._.. 8:00 P. M. D. m. 7:00 SignOff rs
Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30 P. M. REV W. T. RYCRQJT. Pastor PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO BAY STATION sx

Just as I am. without one plea.r BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE L .
come Regardless of your clothes Welcomes You U. S. 90 EAST. MADISON =; ::=

condition Whether cotton Home- Services Every Sunday -

spun. You are welcome in our REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor OB MY
School ___ 10:00 A. M. ,
church service. Sunday Georgia :
11:00 ,A. M.
Worship ACHING BACK
J Morning --
MJUXEON CHURCH OF GOD Choir Practice6:00 P. M. GLASS MEDDERSs
A. M I P. M. Now You caa ref the fait relief yon PLATE /
S'utfday School ,_u h u. 10:00( Training, Union 6:30 need teas nagging backache, headache
Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. Evening Worship _- 7:30P. M. dad oracular,a hes and pains that often
; .Uw feiffht and muerable tired- i'
Evening Worship ............'7:30"P.,M. Prayer Meeting. Wed. 730: P. M. eot eaw feefiaci.r When UMM diseamfsrta c.llpa Y I
Youth Service.Wednesday: 8:00 P., M.BEV. con os with orer-exertioa or Ureas and GLASS *
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST strsiayoa want relief want it fast
B. B. BRICKLEY. PastorL. Another disturbance may be mild l bladder GLASS BLOCK STATIONN
._ :_ CHURCH irritation following wrong" food and e I
Mad driak-oftea setting up a restless uncomfortable -
0. 3. ,SERVICE Services every Saturday at feeline. MIRRORS *
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF ison American Legion HalL Doaa's Pills work fast in X separate ARM :

LATTER DAY ,SAINTS Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. wars to ease: L.torment by speedy of pain nagging-rebevwg backache.action 215 W. Savannah Ave. !

Sunday School ______m./_ 10-00 a. m. Church Service at 3 p. m. 2.headaches by soothing, muscular effect on aches bladder and irritation. pains..- Phone: CHERRY 2-5285 New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas,Tires, Batteries & Accessories !

Sacrament Meeting ___.___ 11:00 a m. E C WILLIS S S Supt S. by mild diuretic action tendingto Valdosta Georgia .
YATES. Pastor Tele- increase output of the 15 mil n of LUBRICATION WASHING POLISHING
Priirf" c -*"*v a** FriestlifM Timeand HAROLD kidney tubes. j
announced at Sacra Everyone Welcome! .Enjoy a good night's sleep and the I'
as CORNER BASE & SHELBY STS. -
place HU 36517. same happy relief millions have! for over FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRATTON q -. .
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SERVICES AT AMERICAN!: .withportable Get Doan's Pills today I 0 MOTORS I PHONE HU-39419r .
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