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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 16, 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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VOL. LIX N0. 7 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY. OCTOBER 16th, 1959 Madison, Florida Price; JOe Yearly Subscription $3.75 ; Delayed Renewals M.Ott

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a.f 1k '-. Area 4-H Show ; .

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4-H Club members from six I

; }iA counties in this area will converge ,::..;, -

on Madison Saturday. October 17, .
x for the Annual Area III 4-H Dairy ..,I .
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Show. The schedule for the event :
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caBs for a dairy judging contest at : ) ,

P 10:00 a. m., dairy show at 11:00a f.' :.>.. II:
pt ik m, and presentation of awards at
.:t. 2nd Lt Henry M LUtletco son
12-30:! p. m. All activities will take
r p'ace in the Madison County .Agricultural of Mrs W C Littleton and the late

Center. W Cutler Littleton is now stationed

Counties represented at the show at McConnell AFB Kansas following -

ay aye will include Jackson Gadsden, his Commissioning last July

Tar Leon Jc.fferson.Vakulla.. and Madison 22 at Greenville, Iiss.Lt .
Each of these counties has al- MIIS
Littleton is a 1953 grad
ic,>dy held local shows in prepara-
uate and attended FSU two years-
tion for the area show. Participating -
i in the area event will be the before entering the Air Force.:

five 4-H members placing highestn

i. : each of the county shows. I

The Sears Foundation, which has i Grainling Family
already sponsored the various County ,

,a 4'sx y shows, will also sponsor the I
r i I Area Show. Reunion

z. ,, -v. The Area Show will be under the
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,, f t i Ajrents;: from the Counties The Gramling family will have a
NO MORE IRON CURTAIN-Pictured above is the taking part. reunion at Shiloh Methodist

'- Florida Bank, sporting its new windows and glass door. church Sunday, Oct. 13, beginningat

PRESIDENT JIM BRINSON is well 'pleased with the WINS' DEEP-SEA FISHING TRIP 10 a. m. All members of the

..di new appearance, pointing out tha'the old steel grillwork family and friends are invited to

i door had been there for generations. (Exclusive E-R photo) James Copelajid, of. the Fraleigh- attend. 6-9-2t-ch

Ashley Truck & Tractor Co. was

LEE NEWS NOTES the guest of the International Harvester Jaycee Turkey Shoo{
S' .
: Homecoming at Lee Company on a deep-sea fishing .

Homecoming here Sunday Oct. 18, trip at Crystal River Florida,

:;t the Methodist church. Hours ol Methodist Church Thursday, Friday Saturday ,and The local Junior Chair oer of

Sunday School and Worship Service Sunday of the past week. Copelandwon Commerce will conduct its annual
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have been changed to 10.30, the trip by meeting the sales Thanksgiving Turkey Shoat Thursday -

o i.i II 1 :30 to give those coming quota set for dealers in this area November 1C, at 2OD p. m. '
Homecoming will be held at Lee
from other 'churches more time tozet Methodist by the Company. The proceeds will be: added to the
Church Sunday, Oct 18th.
here. They are looking forwardto Jaycee NFJC Scholar. ip Fund.
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
an enjoyable day and invite all Preaching Service 11:30 a. m. I Mrs L G Sheffield returned" home
it come and help make it so. The Dinner served Saturday from Memorial hospital in Miss Ruth Sheffield has returned
at noon hour.
Rev Gerald Williams of Tallalias- Rev T Gerald Williams of Tallahassee ,I Adel, Ga where she had been from Adel, Ga where *>e hid been
coe will be the guest: speaker.Mr former under treatment for the past three with her mother, Mrs L G Sheffield -
pastor, will be the
and Mrs John Gordon of guest preacher. l weeks Friends are pleased to learn while she was ill in Memorial
,T..cksonvilIevere guests of Mr and f I sle harecovered satisfactorily. ht) pita
Singing and fellowship fOr the
M.t Mrs S Iv Driggers Saturday night -------- --
t afternoon i
program. iI
1 EV j eI ana Sunday. Mr Leon Lane of Tampa I
Everyone cordially invited.
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i5 also their guest for a fewdays
REV ZEB WILLIAMS, Pastor

I < "d. w I Mrs Pearl Williams 6-2t-ch
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Mr and Mrs W ;; :
1 1 1.y 'Ezell and daughter : ;. ; "
Miss Patrick to Lakeland Mrs W C Byrd, of West Palm : : J70 Y
Fi'day for a visit with Mrs Annie II Beach, visited relatives here the ; F.:

d'N i l w'!''lams and other relatives They f past week end err route home from

were amon those helping! MY'SVII; -I spending month' in Pen 3 ola with ...
l-arts celebrate her eshty-ninth I fun- parents, Mr and Mrs B F '

Orihdav There were four generations -'" Williamson. Mr Byrd met her here B. .
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Ax at this happy affair. Her end accompanied her home.x ,
P c t ww friends here and throughout the

.,KYY ,f9 ;eR -.:ate wish her many more happy -x-
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birthdays.Mr Cub Scout organizational

Hobson Williams is in Tallahassee meeting was held at 7:30 p. m.

; Memorial hospital to undergo Monday in Fellowship Hall in an
His friends cfiort to secure a Scout Master to
surgery. many hope
I that he will soon be back with replace Cleon fliers who has re I iI i
I them in much better health. His signed. Present at-the meeting were I

CANTED SHOWS NEW CARS The above photcs show wife is in Tallahassee most of the Mr and Mrs Tilden Norris, Mrs a

the 1960 line of automobiles! on sale at Cantey Motor Co., time to be with him. icon Hiers, Mrs 3'l:: Cruce, Mrs
I I CORN EXHIRITlnterp..teci !spectators admire the fine
Thompson and twe RePa'J! T 't"-
local CORV AIR. CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE dealer. Mrs Mamie Bell of Greenvillehas v I
the show. E-R Photo .
(E-R Photos) moved here, next house from ton----- corn exhibit at recent county ( )

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PEAVY ttw has moved back to .
FLIES TO CUBA stay. N .
HANSON NEWS Mr and Mrs Frank Henioree and
I I I I 3
P.ep Otis Peavy was joined here little daughter Fay of Cedar Keys t 7i ; 4

Wednesday by Ray Rainey of Fort visited Mrs Vallie McMullea and

Mrs Nonie Meeks returned home Lauderdale for a trip to Cuba and other friends here Sunday night. ww _

from the hospital Friday. Her sis- the Bahama Islands in Mr Rainey's Mrs Lula Lamb went over to t IOUEATIOltYjYm

ter. Mrs Etta Blair, of Jacksonvilleis private; plane. Live Oak for a, week end visit with
Mr and Mrs Oscar Green and other
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visiting her.
Mrs Lula Odom: spent the week Mrs Rachel Reichman and Mrs; relatives.

end with Mr and Mrs W H Baileyat Louise Bland of Smith's Drug Store I The Rev and Mrs Zeb Williams ,; yI
Blue Springs. spent Tuesday in Jacksonville: and baby Allison left Tuesday forSpartanburg'
S C. Mrs Williamsand _
Pine Grove W M U met in the where they attended the Dorothy! ,
home of Mrs R D Davis Thurs- Gray Cosmetic School held at the, baby will spend a while with
1eC: parents, and Mr Williams will
day afternoon Oct 8, for the Royal Robert Meyer Hotel. s
Service program. Dueto bad return- home after a short visit
Mrs N B Ponder entered theLeon
weather and sickness, there :were ..NEW RESIDENTS
Memorial hospital in Tallahassee
only seven present A good pro- :
Tuesday for Thurs-
gram was given with ?Mrs Dorothy Mr and Mrs A L Hughes .and surgery
day morning. Her friends hope thatit
Morrison in and
charge children, Patricia, Beverly
will be successful and that she
After the business session the I
Fred, are new residents of Madison -
will be with She'
soon back them.
hostess served delicious refreshments They moved here from Florala,
regrets very mueh she won't be
Next meeting will be with Ala.
Mr Hughes is District Supervisor -. -
Mrs E L Gurr. of Suwannee District of the able to be at the homecoming at I PARTICIPANTS IN 4-H CLUB SHOW Left to right are

Mr and Mrs Henry Shackleford International Paper Co. The familyis the Methodist church Sunday.Mr Pinetta CarnivalThe RONNIE GINN KENNETH BROWN, tELBERT BLAIR,

spent the week end here with Mr residing in Lakeside.Mr and Mrs A E Ragans went to WETZEL BLAIR, BRENDA BLAIR?and CAROL HEN-

B C Burnett and other relatives. Adel, Ga. Friday for a week end Pinetta Hallowe'en Carnival DERSON. Advertising: Manager LORENCE of the Tallahassee -

Hanson H D Club met in the and Mrs Dell Townsend are visit with their mother Mrs Ivey; will be held October 17, beginningwith : SEARS store is at extreme right.

nome of Mrs Roy Smith Monday; the proud parents of a baby boy and other relatives there, and in supper at G p. m. Numerous, (Exclusive E-R Photo)
'S afternoon -with twelve present born Monday. Oct 12. Lakeland, Ga. contests and games will be held. .




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MRS JUNIOR PROTSMAN WOMAN'S SPEAKS CLUB TO OAK( HILL NE\Vr\ I ,


Roofing, Siding, Re- looeling

Mrs Norman Protsman, of Live
Mrs Sally Hammock
spent last
Oak, chairman of the Departmentof Thursday with her sister, Mrs Annie New Additions
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T.V. and Radio Communicationsof Brown, at Day. *

; the Florida: Federation of Mrs Howard Coody, Mrs Lura I
i I Woman's Clubs was guest speakerat Goody, Mrs W L Wynn Mrs Bertie No down
payment and up to 5 years to pay :
: a meeting of the Madison Junior Walker Mrs R L Crafton and Mrs i
PIANOS I Woman's Club Monday night at Tommy Hammock attended the LARGEST STOCK OF GOOD USED BUILDING j
i WMU rally at Brewer Lake Oct. 8.
I the Club House. Mrs Protsman j I MATERIALS '
Mrs Linnie Turner of Savannah,
1 emphasized in her talk the influence
New And Used Ga and Mr and Mrs Ruel Grimesof
both good and bad, jof these programs !
I Valdosta visited airs J L Davis PAULB. TILL WIIlIM1S0N"dba
upon the lives of the American Sunday. ( )

! BEAUTIFUL NEW SPINET PIANOS families. Little Miss Debbie Hammock was

I Mahogany Walnut, Cherry Finishes Mrs Bob. Lay president, introduced l'onored with a birthday party at SOUTH GEORGIA FENCE AND CONSTRUCTION CO. i

the speaker. Delegates were her home Saturday The lovely 217 W. Jordan St. Phone HU 3-6785
AS LITTLE AS $4.50 PER WEEK named to attend the Annual Dis- birthday cake was decorated in 1 1

AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMENT trict 3 meeting in Monticello, pink and green with eight candles. :MADISON, FLORIDA I

Thursday, Oct 29. Mrs Lay and After several games it was served I
Just Received a Shipment of with ice cream to about fifteen t II
Mrs James Williams will representthe
CLEAN RECONDITIONED PRACTICE PIANOS guests. She received several nice I
Club there. The club voted to
gifts. Debbie is the daughter of ,
Guaranteed Reasonable Terms appropriate $30 for purchase of anew Mr and Mrs Albert Hammock.MrS .
Windsor chair for the Club R P Buchanan entered Madi-
House. Pecans :
son County Memorial hospital Oct.
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MATHIS&YOUMANSCO."Everything Names of eleven new members 2. She was improving at last reports. i :>;
were added to the roll: They were Mr I E Reaves spent Saturdaywith

in Music Since 1907" Mrs John Sands Mrs Al Hofflander, his son, Martin, of Lee. We Buy in Small or Large Quantities at Top Prices j
Mrs Robert Kennedy, Mrs Al Mr and Mrs Charles Sims have
CASTLE PARK, VALDOSTA, GA. PHONE CH 4-2813
Fiori, Mrs Corine WetheringtonMiss begun construction of a new home
O" I south of the of Ga. Red Sweet PotatoesJust I
Dorothy Landon, Mrs Carl The Pinetta present Community one. Center >: Try some our
lfi TALLAHASSEE HOSPITALMrs Sewell, Mrs James Moncrief, Mrs
Election Managers was the scene of a skating party
1 Pat Stewart Mrs' William Cave /saturday night. The floor was a Little Better By The Lb. or Bushel 1

and Mrs Frank Fansler. poured recently and looks wonder- -
T L Fraleigh entered Talla- Hostesses at the social hour were fuj. ( Wire Fencing Barbed Wire I

r. SPECIAL ELECTION hassee Memorial Hospital Monday Mrs G R Jenkins, Mrs H T Hoi- Did you know that the buck-

November 3, 1959 and. underwent major surgery Tues- ton Jr, and Mrs Harold Gross. berries are perfectly beautiful in ONION SETS FRESH GARDEN SEED (
PRECINCT NO. MADISON day morning. She is recovering Mr. Bige Welch's fish pond? This

DAY & NIGHTTIe" satisfactorily, friends will be gladto was reported by some fishermen and See for ,
us your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT-
James T Barber, Clerk. know. Mr Fraleigh, Mrs A E COUNTY COURTJoe women. I

Frances Sanders Mrs' Lois Raines Fraleigh, Mrs J G Ashley, and One and make full restitution of VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS

Mrs Paul McClune. Mrs A G Paul, of Lake City have Smith, drunkenness, $25 or all checks in amount of $28.00. I
PRECINCT NO. 1-A MADISON
been at her bedside thirty days.Jonathon Sentence withheld on Count Two.
DAY & NIGHT J. I. SURLES & SONS
Warren, displaying
James D Scruggs, Jr Clerk. Mrs I Gladys Joseph and Margaret -
Jt(. Bevan, Mrs W P Ellis, Mrs Screens built to order Fraudulent license $50 or ninety King, assault and battery. Sen-

Georgia Edwards. days.William tence withheld. 108 S. Horry, Phone HU 3-2395, Fla.SXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXa '
PRECINCT NO. MADISON Howerton Supply Co. I I Taylor worthless check Margaret King, assault and battery :: j

I DAY & NIGHT $23.80 or ninety days on Count sentence, withheld. ,
Bill Russell Clerk. Myrtice Ham- -.
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rick Kathleen Hughey, Airs Julian ]
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Gibson.
a
PRECINCT NO. 2.AMADISONDAY !

&. NIGHT
Isham Harris Clerk. Eloise Wade N
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Mrs Lester Register, Mrs Mary -.,ttM, T if !
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Jean Christmas. ... .
PRECINCT NO. 3-LEE -

DAY & NIGHTR .. .w p n.r
M )Moore Clerk. C E Donaldson t

C C Brannen John Mickler. .g. .
PRECINCT NO. 4 G

MOSELEY HALL r nWrd,
DAY & NIGHT

Wash Johnson, Clerk. Mrs Fay A < .
M<
Tuten, Mrs Thelma Louise Rainey,

Lloyd Brannen. .
PRECINCT NO. 5GREENVILLEDAY

& NIGHTT

S*Studstill Clerk. J A Miller, I -. .. : .. (
Lamar Patrick Gerald Bishop. v: .
PRECINCT NO. 5-A GREENVILLEDAY n

& NIGHTC
II Brannen, xierk. J D Clay- 4

ton, David Byrd, Lawton Burnett. ..
PRECINCT NO. S HAMBURGDAY

& NIGHT .
Lewis Gaston, Clerk. Sam Jarvis, .
Roy Bush, Albert Waldrep. .
PRECINCT NO. 7 CHERRY LAKE
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DAY & ,NIGHT Presenting thecompletely l .
Jack Johns, Clerk. George Burn-
ett, Sr. Mrs Theda Sapp, Mrs Bob .
Millner. ., ::.,,::{-.-.
new ,
PRECINCT NO.- 8 PINETTADAY
A NIGHT
Bob Bass Clerk. John Hadden,
M C Herring J Arthur Cruce. .
PRECINCT NO. TUTEN
DAY & NIGHT
L'roward Sever Clerk. Mrs Mattie

Lewis Aman, Mrs Esther .G Sprad-
lej, William H Sever. CHRYSLER 1980.

PRECINCT NO. 10 HIXTOWN
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George R 'kard. Cleric. Howard

llughey, Mrs Russell Martin, Mrs .. .
Albert McLeod.


PRECINCT' Hugh Williams DAY NO.&,11 NIGHT Clerk.MACEDONIA Dalton The car of your life for the time of your life !

Woodard Emory Jackson, J R New-
some.
PRECINCT NO. 12 WlNQUEPlN There have never been so many new advances m any

DAY A NIGHT single year as there are in the new Chrysler for 1960. ,;. ; ; .. ,
Willie Mathis, Clerk. Louie Webb
J H Williams Truman Webb. New Ideas in Styling. Bold, strong rill e. Graceful rear

DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk -leck. Dean lines sheathed in Lustre-Bond .'. the hardest {.-w" :. -, ,,
Board of County Commissioners automotive finish known.

Madison County, Florida. 7-lt-ch
New Ideas in Con\enience. Chrysler offers automatic ;

Swivel Seats pushbutton controls. ThreedimensionalstraDome ,
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Mrs B N Gross and Mrs Rowena houses instruments. r y.
Wells have returned from the Merchandise -
and Furniture Markets in New Ideas in Comfort. The driver's seat has been

raised with extra foam rubber. There more
padded
Atlar a. They a',5o visited Mrs This Swivel Seat is Automatic.
: new
\\'ells"' son-in-law and daughter, "' leg, knee, hip and head room. New AblraDome Control Center. Open the dwir and the -eat swm' ;s out to
Dr and Mrs John Richardson, at Three-dimensional dome pn. t- instruments When leave the
";' New Ideas in Reliability. Body and frame are built as toward the driver makethem easy er"et you auttmuttirallv' you
Decatur, Ga.SmithCorona d'.win inside. Chnsler'sIlj'hToner
a single rattle-free Unibody."Stronger, quieter, roomier. to read. At night, new Panele'cent lighting ear it autamati seat adds driver comfort.

_.-, -J.I' )i-::." __':_- __' ..( ._ A new dipping process locks rust out of vital areas .gives reflection-free illumination.

;; Get touching dose to this new hry.slr'n; Compare its
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This
adding fresh beauty with other cars. See how Chrysler has Chrysler's_ greatest. C H R S LER

actually:; built iii mere room while other cars continue r

Machines typewriters tb be-cramped.. Then take it out_on the road and,have. lion.hearted
,. -Athe2time: > of_ your life'V; CHRYSLER DIVISION CHRYSLER CORPORATION
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j I .. Too Late To Classify"I, Jumbo Hamburgers 39c." I II I i

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I Choicest of Steaks and Sea t

!I 111 DID YOU KNOW \\Ve are Shelling Corn Foods at WHITE TOP I

HILLCRESTDAIRY DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,
!, WEDNESDAYTIIUhSDAY Saturday, October 17 .
BAR and FRIDAYFarmers' south of :Madison: 3-lt-ch DOUBLE FEATURE
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4j THE HUNTERS; in cinemaScopo
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n1utualExchange l1 NNN1111 NO f I N I NNNNNi
and DeLuxe co'or: Robert
'.- starring
! SERVICE? .
CURB
Precisionware Kitchen Cabinet I 3liteht rn. Robert Wagner, May

j 1 HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.I I Britt. Thrills in the air over Koreaas
i'I MADISON the Air Force swings into action.

} l aa I MADISON FLORIDA PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN DRIVE-IN-THEATRE I I i RAIDERS OF OLD CALIFOR- I!i

'i al i FOR SALE: Florida black rye $3.50 ELECT OFFICERS :Sow under new management; open,I NIA, starring Jim Davis Arisen
t I l per oushel at farm. COLEMAN I every night Children under 12 'Whelan. Strong arm of the law 1 1i

; RICHARDSON, Rt. 2, )Madison (in cars) always free. ( Shatters brute force. A two-fisted,
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:SURE Florida. 7-3t-pd During the business meeting of the I straight shooting marshall faces a
BOX OFFICE OPENS C:45 P. M.
Presb..terianVomen robber land Baron. Cartoon
I of the Church
WANTED TO BUY: Ear corn, 85c
THIS L ; Monday afternoon Mrs T C Mer- SHOW STARTS 7:15
: bushel. Will haul it. HENRY chant Jr, Mrs W G Sheldon and PROGRAM Sunday-Monday, October 18, 19
I E-R Ad JIESSER. 72tchI Mrs J M DuRant were elected THIS EARTH IS MINE, In

delegates to the I Friday-Saturday, Oct 16, 17 cinemascope and Technicolor star-
I / AM NOW TAKING ORDERS for meeting of Florida
J e arm ; ..tI tobacco plants for the I960 crop. Fresbjtenai in Quincy Oct 29-30 DON'T GIVE UP THE Sh IP,t ring Rock Hudson, Jean Simmons.
Says > Fifty dollars with Jerry Lewis. Torrid romance amid the vineyards
: Plants being grown on AlbertGoody's was sent to the I'ros-
of California.
I fruit
Holy was put to
: xa shade tobacco farm. byterian student house at FSU.
r BUDDY SMITH. 7-2t-ch The president stated that accord- plusTARZAN'S unholy use. An unusual story about
I So! I unusual people. Cartoon.TuesdayWednesday .
to
3 ing Presbyterial plans the womenof GREATEST AD-
f I II MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN the church year would begin in I VENTURE. October 20, 21
with G-E appliances and PRE- October of 1960 thereby causing I I DOUBLE FEATUREFRANKENSTEIN'S
I IJ CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up this next year beginning in Januaryto Sunday-Monday, October 18, 19 I DAUGHTER
I Y N to 5 years to pay. Call or write run only to Oct. 1st. SOME LIKE IT HOT, with
X starring John Ashley, Sandra Knight.
I ; HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. IIU Plans were made to change serv- Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, Jack ;'Horror and terror follow Franken- .
3-6681, Madison. Fla 7-tf-ch Lemmon. *
J ing -of supper Sunday evenings to stein's daughter The deadliest of
t tI w the people from 1st and .
young
, Tues-Wed-Thurs, October 20, 21, 22 them all-a female Frankenstein.
SIXTH BIRTHDAY PARTY ;3rd Sundays to 2nd and 4th. I
I BELL BOOK, and CANDLE with
I Officers elected for 1960 were .1 j MISSILE TO THE MOON, stark -
James Stewart, Kim Novak,
Mrs Wayne Burnett entertainedwith president: Mrs J M DuRant; vice- Lemmon Ernie Kovacs. | ring Richard Travis Cathy Downs.
a children's party Wednesday president, Mrs T L Fraleigh; secretary -: I From today's headlines is the story
afternoon complimenting her daughter Mrs T C Merchant Sr, treas- $1.00 A CARLOAD of this missile to the moon. Trulya
Robyn on the event of her sixth II urer, Mrs Henry Ragans; historian, I hair-raising adventure into the

! WOW CURB SERVICE birthday. The twenty guests included Mrs George Gandy. ;( unknown where" man finds a

Robyn's school friends. I Committee chairmen: Spiritual SAFE BETS I estrange and forbidding race and
The attractive birthday cake was Life, Mrs W G Sheldon; Christian giant fiendish creatures Cartoon.
decorated to represent a merry-go Education, Mrs Charles Knox; I
f AT round with the animals holding the Stewardship Mrs Kirby Reichmann; Thursday-Friday, October 22, 23 a

.... .. .. six candles. The cake was cut and Church Extension, Mrs T C Gib- DOUBLE FEATURE
,. served with punch and chips. Game son; World Missions, Mrs M Bunting NEVER LOVE A STRANGER
Y .!,;!.:!.!, ,!.. "". :!.. ..::. were played, and favors were paint Jr.Circle. !starring John Drew Barrymore, Lita
.
< < :: A in crime
Milan. syndication
sets. Robyn received many lovely chairmen: Mrs A II Arm'I'I saga
gifts. strong Mrs T C Merchant Jr, C'ose history of a top man in the
Jack Wade. Girls' Circle, Mrs Walter --.-' I 7T rackets. 'Denied love and under
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HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. LIFE MEMBERSHIP PINS I way he knew how-with a gun.

W T Mrs.
Mrs Hollingsworth
TARAWA BEACHHEAD, starring
Mrs T J Beggs Jr entertained her Berta Paterson Miss Ella Armstrong :
: herwm Mathews, Julie Adams. The
bridge club Tuesday afternoon Mrs P J Parramore and
bloodiest battle in marine history
Visitors playing were Mrs D F Bur- Mrs W G Sheldon were presented ask any marine who was there.

nett, Mrs Harvey Hawkins and Mrs with honorary life membership : Bent on destruction and death, they

__ .._.>,;...hc4.. '",Y, ,.., .. .....- ""V";>('.,,,'.; .. T C McNally. Mrs W T Davis and pins from the women of of families the church of cculdn't forget the past. Cartoon.
< ;: and members the
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: v" ; .. : ;: :; ': 'I Mrs T C Me.rchant received prizesfor the honorees. Mrs Hollingsworth's,
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high; and second high club Mil M SFFITYiW11al
Mrs Paterson's and Mrs Sheldon'sdaughters
i J : J-:: ; 'iI= scores and Mrs Burnett was pre- 111'5Vm Tomlinson of N STORING PRESERvES,
J SFIE NEGLECTED ONE PUTYTWOCE -- GOODYEAR; TIRESJIM'S
sented with theisitor's prize and .
\ n ;. : :, Tallahassee, Mrs George Gandy LOOSE CELLAR WELVETUTTIFRUTTI ... !
Mrs James Copeland, presentedthem I
(P. ) ,
CIRCLE MEETS WITH with their pins. Miss Arm BAY STATION I

HILLCREST DAIRY BARROTARY Ii MRS EAI HANDLEY strong's pin was pinned on by .- _.-- --

Mrs A II Armstrong and Mrs Parra- G-E Clothes Dryers I U. .S. 90 EAST, MADISON -
I The Lilla Warren Circle, Greenville more's by Mrs M L Walker. ,i I II
Baptist church, met at 3:30 The Stewardship program was HOWERTON SUPPLY CO-
CLUB--- -- -- I Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Roath, given by Mrs Berta Paterson and I

Circle Chairman in charge. her Circle members. Mrs Gandy j
l The program theme was Missions gave the Scripture reading Taking !4aw,, I
Dr 'mar Beck was guest speaker Goodyear Tires $12.95at
I in the Old Testament. Taking parton part in the program discussion were -

the3utary Club \Vednesday and 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type the program were Mrs Leila Mc- Mrs J G Ashley, Mrs A H Arm- *T6lJ
I his address covered the educational Leod, Mrs B F Smith, Mrs C C strong and Mrs Wa'ier Harris. f- .l .9.
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system in the county. Madison plus tax and recappable tire. Green and Mrs Reams Scarboro.The ,

County spends $1.60 per day per newly elected list of officers FEAGLE SPEAKS ON
per puph -that attends school, he'I MESSER for the ensuing year is: Circle '!
chairman Mrs Roath; Co-chairman 43 YEARS OF TEACHINGW
pointed out. Sources of revenuesare .
Mrs EV Handley Secretary and k .

feral racing government commission, state and Battery & Tire Co. Treasurer, Mrs B F Smith, Enlistment B Feagle, City Manager and '
government Chairman Mrs C C Green;
Secretary of the Chamber of
ad valorem ;'taxes. Two supervisoryunits ---- Prayer C, Mrs W H Bishop; Program merce at Jasper, was guest com-I >
-----
in this county have funds C, Mrs Reams S<)irboro; 3t the meeting Tuesday evening at I
provided entirely by the state. He, Irs.C returned home Community Missions C Mrs Jim the School Auditorium of the MadiI I
humorously hinted that }the total lasteek from a two months' Brown and Mrs W L Sherrod; son Parent-Teacher Association. He I

cost of public instruction could be I visiteconomized in STan= Francisco with J her Mission Study C, Mrs Smitherman was introduced by program chairman :

10 percent if every stu mother, Mrs Gertrude Hill, and ; Stewardship C, Mrs Bigbie; W I! Clark. r
brother, Mr Harold Hill, and at Literature C, Mrs Leila McLeod: ; Mr Feagle a former educator,
did his school work
dent successfully other places out West Publicity C, Mrs A 0 Sistrunk,; and fprmer principal of Madison
over a period of twelve years Mrs II C
Children's Home C,
High School, who spent 43 yearsas
Sirand three MIlS seniors John Mer- Giles .hntn i ';, .
Visitors
were 1.1essrsViJey ; Social C, Mrs Belle Hutto. a.public educator in Florida + r I
mon, Greenville; Jim Harmon Val-,cer, Maury Blalock and Johnny schools, compared the first school J o' 4

dosta; Ed W Quinn Chamblee Ga; .Plant. CHARLIEVILLIAMS in which he taught to his most j I
------ recent teaching position as principal -

-, -_ __ ., _' _'- _'_ __. __ =1 __. -. ..-J 7' Funeral services for Charlie Williams of Clearwater High School; ,
a life long resident qf Mad- in his interesting narrative of the
Building Material Of All Kinds! ison county, who died at his home changes and progress of the edu- I
'
west of Greenville Oct 9ill be cational system through the years,
held at St Matthew's AME church highlighting his address with com-
largest Stock of Good Used Building :Materials in Sunday Oct 18 with Rev E J Evans parisons of the highly modern

South Georgia or North Florida officiating. Burial will follow at system of today, with the primitive I
the St.' Matthews cemetery. Till- system of forty years ago.
man and James Funeral Home in i
100 Used Bath Tubs 1300; Doors charge .
The family FavoriteFor.
50 Electric & Gas Water 20,000 ft of Electric Wire, SCHWINN BICYCLES /

Heaters All Sizes NAVACO AWNINGS /
Franchised Dealers & Service
I 2,000 Ibs Plumbers- Lead 75 Lavatories HOWERTON:: SUPPLY CO. HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY I, Pure Enjoyment i

V-Crimp & Corrugated Metal 2500; Windowsall .
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Commodes
150 Good I960 CHRYSLER OFFERS MORE ROOM INSIDE

2500 Light Fixtures 10,000 Moulding r .

1500 Switch and Plug-in Boxes I 50,000 ft. 1x3, 1x4, and 1x6 '.!!; .L i

150 Kitchen Sinks, all kinds I Flooring ", 1 .

5000 ft Door & Window Casing
ripe FittingsAll
C500 ft 1x6 Square Edge Siding ; .a
kinds of Fuse & Braker
YOU DESERVE THE BEST
Boxes Front Porch Columns, All Sizes,

ALL SIZES OF LUMBER up to 20 ft. high Buy one of oar ,MoJern, Guaranteed

10,000 ft Pipe, Galvanized 30,000 ft. Beaded Ceiling 0 INTERN TtONAl RiNGS

,,
Black & Cast Iron _f Each of these latsrastiooal Birthstone
-,, Rings carries a written Guarantee --
arain.t Breakage or Less of these
WE REMODEL, REPAIR, RE-ROOF, RESIDENo MoJern, Brilliant Binhstones. -.. ,

down payment and up to 5 years to pay Come in-Pick out an International
Rin?, and with your purchase, *;e will > L :
"" .. ::: :: llL-ff- :
give joa Free a \tutten Guarantee.WAYNEWIWEGER. ., .,., "' ..

PAUL WILLIAMSON, db a t. -: :;. .;;, :F,. .- '

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GEORGIA FENCE & CONSTRUCTION CO. THE ALL-NEW Chrysler New Yorker four door hardtop offers more headroom and
> SOUTH legroom. Its advanced styling is in the tradition of the Chrysler 300, with massive

217 W. Jordan St. Phone HU 3-6785 Madison, Florida air-scoop front grille and a minimum of ornamentation. Chrysler New Yorker sedans,

feature all wool-broadcloth interiors at no extra cost. The Chryslers will be shown
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...... ........ NFJC SCHEDULES NURSES SCHOOL CHERRY CHURCH LAKE REVIVAL METHODIST

FOR PRACTICAL TALBOTT PAINT Sunday Oct 18th a revival beginsat Special On PermanentsMONDAY

October SpecialsAT the Cherry Lake Methodist
Plans for adding a practical nursing ANDWALUPAPERCO. church and continues through Oct /T"-. ,

school to the North Florida 25th. .

I Junior College vocational program Services every night 7:30 P.M.
Thigpen's'Gulf have been completed and the first Preaching 11:00 AM. .
AT CASTLE PARK
class of students will begin in- The evangelistic speaker, RevC

: strustion in February.Dr VALDOSTA, GA. B Davis, pastor of. the church,

I f ServiceOn Marshall Hamilton, presidentof free parkingWe invites.everyone to come to all ser It TUESDAY -.
said two classes will
tre college, vices.
U S 90 :Madison Florida
be started each year, one in have a complete line of Dwuskin adVt
HU 3-9942 September and the second in February Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Paints

CAR LUBRICATION ... 75c with a maximum of 16 students to select from. Mrs 0 0 Mickler of Tallahassee S WEDNESDAY
in each.Students is the week end guest of Mr and :
BATTERY CHARGE 50c will take four monthsof :Mrs Fred Mickler.

classroom work and eight montrsof Miss Mary Ruth Kramer was the
TIRE REPAIR . . 50c
Of practical work in order to com- week end guest of her parents and Bob invites
Lay too
VERTLE'S BEAUTY
plete the course. The classroom also her sister, Mrs Lester Green- you SALON
Come in today. See how good
work and tight months of practical field, in Jacksonville.Tre .
I listen Gator and Red VERTLE BRIN OX
our service really is work in order to complete tne Manager

courses. The classroom work will course will be open to stu
EEBBHHUI11HRMethodist be carried out in the Madison dents from Hamilton, Jefferson, Devil games over MABEL RAGANS HAZEL WEST, Operators-

Hamilton County and Perry Doctors Madison Lafayette, Taylor and Su-
HU 3-6230 Setzer's Shopping Center Madison
Phone
CirclesMrs Hospital and Pineview GeneralHospital I wannee counties in Florida ,and l WMAF ,

in Valdosta, Ga. Valdosta, Ga.
Carl Karstedt and Mrs I -------

Charles Hembree were hostesses ANNOUNCING THE NEW STANDARD OF BASIC EXCELLENCE...
to the Janie Paul Circle Monday
at Mrs Karstedt's home. Fifteen
members and one visitor, Mrs
Howard Studstill attended. Mrs
Robert Mickler read the opening NEWRAMBLiRFOR'6Ol'
clrvotional. Mrs A F Harrison led
in the plans for entertaining the
Brctherhood Tuesday evening, Oct.
]9.Irs Paul Touchton gave the
first chapter of the new study,
Contemporary Man and The United
Nations.
;
Mrs Pat Milliner entertained the
lIadden-1Iorrow Circle with twelve
members. Mrs Paul Touchton openedthe

program with prayer, and Mrs l ____ ;
Isham Harris read the Upper Room
devotional, and Mrs W H Williamson -
gave a spiritual life thought.Mrs a ,
Edwin Hadden study chairman, ; f
gave the introduction and first ,.-
chapter of the new fall study. The
hostess served sandwiches, cookies
and punch. tr
Mrs D F Burnett entertained the
Helen Parramore circle with nine
mcmters. The program opened with
devotional reading byIrs J B MW
Davis, and spiritual life thought by
Mrs, J C Burnett. The new fall
study: was introduced and the first
lesson given by Mrs J B Davis.
The hostess served German chocolate
cake and coffee.
Miss Beatrice Griffin entertainedthe n.JsJa
Nencie Bevan circle with twelve
members. Mrs Burch Cornelius gave
the opening devotional. The new Y
.
fall study was introduced and the \Sf. ; y.
first chapter given by Miss Griffin.

Sandwiches, cookies, nuts and iced ...fly.L. .
drinks were served

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NEW SOCIAL SECURITYREPRESENTATIVE

1960 RAMBLER CUSTOM CROSS COUNTRY-newest edition of America's compact station wagon leader. Six, Rebel 1 V-8, Ambassador V-8. 2 or :3-seat models.


social Madison security County field now representative.has a new FROM THE WORLDS LARGEST BUILDER OF COMPACT CARS

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Lawrence E Hendricks, Manager of
the Valdosta District Office, announced ..t. 11 Now see Rambler for '60;Proved by'10 years of *' ,. .t! ___ ): ;, ..

today that John Norman ;.. building Compact Cars. 25 billion owncr-drhcn ; ;
will begin providing social security :;. :>. : ; l is si miles. Two full 1 decades of pioneering modern ---i
2r,: ..' fl *
service to the people of Madison :' <::: > airplane-tpe: Single Unit Construction. B h
-,.
County this month. h :. < :...r ., See what the IriUiant new I960 Com art' -
Mr Norman will be at the court- <.,, : ,, ? Ramblers have that the rest of the industryis
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house in Madison on *the first and ;, trying to imitate. See how smart, how .
third Tuesdays of every month, and 4 roomy, how fine a performer a compact car
'
in Greenville at the Justice of the "" can be. Ramblers give most miles per gallon, '

Peace Hall on'the third Tuesday a ..-.- -: proved in Official Economy Runs.
every month, according to Hend- a1 !' '-r -t See styling that's fresh, exciting, tasteful.
ricks, and is available to help anyone See entirely new models. High wide doors _
who cannot get to the district let you step in, not stoop in. See the new 3 WIDE SEATS 5 BIG DOORS. Room for
standard of basic; excellence at Rambler
your biggest families.u-ing-outtailgatehas positive
office in Valdosta with social prob
dealer October 14. .!>.(<,-..**,*,"'.. II.*.. key lock so children can not open it. No climbing -
lems. T .. .
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over seats or tailgate to get in third seat.
"If you have social security busi- 1850 Ambarador V-8 by Rambler-The compact luxury carwith new improved fuel economy. _y_'_)- 1fi'". /. -,..fi,1... 4.-

ness, the best thing to do is to cal .. ........... .... .,

is ap or write a letter to our office .0 ; [': #; ,} ;; ';,y i. 1 ?4vihii..:.::::::.: <:;>'..... Only Rambler

fn Valdosta." Hendricks, said. "We'l
... ..,....... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Gives You the
tell you just what papers you wil
need to bring with you and what ;'
information we will need to take !!: c Best Both :

care of your problem. Then, when r>:.:.w. _.....t8".! v--. Y'. _
you are in Valdosta, drop in and 4 r ./ .' .coast t '
Q Big car room
see us. Our address is 104 N.
and comforteconomy
Stevens Street and our phone
number is CHerry 2-2595."

Hendricks explained that a tele- _. Small car I
phone call or letter before the visit "A ": and

is very important. It often savesa .'."I' .A ..r "':; 11 handling
second trip to the office to bring ... "'" ..... )0...... nm.._._. _._.- ease
some information or papers that 19SO Rambler Custom 4-Door:) Sedan-Higher wider doors offer easier entry and exit By popular demand-All-new Rambler American fox-door sedan (for I960.See .

the visitor wouldn't have known i .:v: .4t s' aii l-sue-- -- t.:.*'.\- ywe -
about if he hadn't asked first. ... : .4.r
i :: RAMBlER PRICES
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: $1795
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Yy.:< : :17 v ::: SuccessAmericas 1f: START AT
ATTEND POSTMASTERS' and Drive JNF o Y tt. .
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MEETING : ; :
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Postmaster and Mrs Maury Bla s
Jock attended a meeting Sunday in NO. irv compact car sales NO. in established resale value NO. in '-

White Springs of Postmasters of owner-proved economy NO. in balanced qualities NO. in airplane- C +
the 2nd and 8th Congressional Dis-
tiicts. A delicious roast-turkey type Single Unit design NO. 1 in quality construction and features

luncheon was followed by a busi- NO. 1 in economical, trouble-free operation NO. 1 in owner loyalty I I I Stst4e4..>*..*pre it..........---.to f JMKMMM I
SJjti tut tool
ness meeting conducted by Post- MttK=!=..Y.IMM_ tHt mtaMl=: I
.
I I Sw V tamnim tint* mt St '
master Blalock, who as one of the SEE IT .OCT. 14 AT ALL RAMBLER DEALERS ; 1I 1
five state vice-presidents is in I
charge of the two districts. -


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FRIDAY, OCT<1IER! 16th. 1959TOIL


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TIMES SQUARE CORNER OF MADISON


r.a nI ,SBERMUDA '


.85C SHORTSWashable .


Flannels by Blue Bell \

BOYS' Grey and Charcoal SUPER FORMBRAS ,

Steak Sandvichvith oodles of '"
Sizes 10-18-Reg $2.98
IVY PANTS '

French Fries, tea or coffee 85c .i Polished Cotton $1.50' That Flatters where it matters

d E> Flap back pockets O ,Circle stitch cup -


SATURDAY & SUNDAY 0 Sizes Sanforized 8-18-Reg. $2.98 idtfUjMBf Sizes Padded 32-10 or Regular A-B-C Cup


S1.50 I'f \

Smothered Steak, 1.veg, salad, dessert 85c :r S8e'tE:7SAVE

NOW ;.
NFJC STUDENTS ARE HERE! ,

S : J PRICES BLASTED TO BITS S--
They
enjoy our exclusive dining room
VISCOSE HOBNAIL ::-_ in our .II' GIRLS'
Morning Noon Night -:: ::.. 'c

Phone HU 3-9731 Madison, Florida SPREADS -l I f DRESSES


e No Ironing: Wash ''V Wear Cottons

Pre-S.hrunk. ,, SALE' Sanforized

LET US SOLVE YOUR Machine '
9 Crease
Washable "' A ResistantSizes

Snow Whites '\ 3-Cx and 7-14-Reg $L98-.
\WINTER HEATING PROBLEMS ''
ReBBeautiful. 53.98 ? \\
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$Z50 .


SAFETY ,

MENS LONG SLEEVE
andWaRMt 1

MEN'S
SPORT SHIRTS


Wash 'N Wear's in Woven SHOES ,

Plaids and Paisleys-Reg $1.98
"Wheather" it be Gas or Oil centralized and cooling and $2.98 Black or Brown

systems combination.We .

also represent the World's largest manufacturer of $1.50 $2.00G.E.D.

Heat Pumps which is the TYPHOON HEAT PUMP,

heating in the winter and cooling in the summer, all in i

one unit.


TESTS SCHEDULEDThe G-E Refrigerators ,
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORECALL HOWERTON SUPPLY CO-
MINIATUREFLQRIDACITRUS

HU 3-2385 FOR FREE ESTIMATEJ. tests of General Educational
Development will be given in Mad- FARM BUREAU MEETING
J. SALE, JR., Owner Madison, Florida ison on the following dates: -' ,- TREESEasy .
I FOR WHITE APPLICANTS
,The Madison County Farm
--- Monday and Tuesday, October 19 .
Bureau held its Fourteenth Annual to grow in your home!
G-E
Automatic Washers MORE BOOKS and 20, beginning at 4:00 p. m.
HOWERTON SUPPLY COCARDOFTHANKS FOR NEGRO APPLICANTS Meeting Tuesday evening in the

Mr V Thursday and Friday October 21 Agricultural Center. The occasionwas LEMON & ORANGE 2 for $5.
Blasick, of the Regional Li- $2.69 ea.
and
22
brary, was over beginning at 4:00 p. m. celebrated with a fish supper ,
Wednesday after- In order to qualify for these tests, at 6:30: p m and program in the
: noon and brought for the local library
a Collier's Encyclopedia of the applicant must: Arena at 8:00 p m with Mellous When they bud, bloom and bear LARGE FRUIT, you'll
1. Be
The family of Mrs M J Donnellj 2ft, volumes,. thirty more Classics, 20 years of age Moore president presiding, and the
wish extend I 2. Be a legal resident of Florida
to their gratitude and about a hundred Adult Fictions and Rev John Collins of Cherry Lake '
thanks to all their friends and a few more juvenilebooks.. 3. Pay an examination fee in the giving the invocation. get your greatest gardening thrill!
neighbors for the kind thoughts, I amount of $5.00.
sympathy, food and lovely flavors Place of testing: Madison County I Entertainment features includeda .
during her sickness and death. PINE TREE FOSTIVAL Bookroom. musical selection by Mrs Roy 1 .
May God bless and keep all of you. --- Smith and a vocal quartet com- OJ1ll HU 32525MADISON
'(Signed:) The Pine Tree Festival at Perry posed of Miss Sylvia Smith, Miss
HELL SAPP ENGAGEMENT W
MR and MRS R TERRY closes Saturday night. Parades, contests Linda Jackson, Miss Vivian Hicks iJ1l ,pI d
MR and MRS DOM ANNOUNCED FLA.
GKEGOL various other activities and a and Miss Marie Welch.
MRS L J ELLINGTON speach by Farris. Bryant round out
Herman Melvin Greenville Vocational -
:
--- MR R L DICKENSMR
the festivities.- ,
Mrs Eunice Bell of Lee. Florida Agriculture teacher, made I
and MRS E W KNIGHT
MRS A DONALDSON SON announces the engagement and the Youth Corn Contest awards,'
and
Mr and :Mrs Van H Priest visited approaching marriage of' her
his mother, Mrs G R Priest at daughter the following receiving the prizes: '
Sen and 1IrsV T Davis reI I Cioarwater over the week end. En Miss Ann Bell I Alvin Henderson, 1st Pat Blair,
turned Monday from Denver Colo-I route home Monday they attended to 2nd; Wetzel Blair, 3rd; Delbert I HUNTING SEASON

rado where the National Legislative a meeting of the Retail Merchants Dozier Edward Sapp I: Blair, 4th; Donnie King 5th, and I
Council was! held. Association in Orlando. son of Rev. and Mrs Dozier- Sann.--- Tom Coody 6th. j OPENS SOON
of Madison, Florida. : The family of Mr and Mrs I
GOOD NEWS Miss Bell is a graduate of Mad-'I Eugene Mugge, of Greenville, were!' BUY YOUR HUNTING NEEDS HERE!
ison High School, and is presently! !
I introduced by County Agent Ham-
employed with the Florida Bank!
i rick, and given recognition as Madison -
Madison.
to offset current hog prices at Mr Sapp, also a graduate ofi J I County's Outstanding Farm Camouflage Suits

Madison High School, is now engaged I Family. !
in agriculture.The Guest speaker were Ed Finlayson, Hunting Jackets
wedding will take place President Florida Farm Bureau: n
I Saturday, November 7th, at five Federation and W R "Buster" Hancock -' Hunting Boots
i I o'clock in the afternoon at the President Florida Agricultural -:
$8 OFF PER TON I I Lee Baptist church. A reception Council : Hunting Vests
will; follow. No invitations will be
New Directors elected .for the
sent but all friends and relatives ', Hunting Bags
of the couple are invited. year WereKelly Bailey Lamar!
Andrews, KV Waldrep Wiley ;
; Blair Bob Searcy R L Crafton, Game Carriers
on all Ful-0-Pep Hog Supplementsand FARM MEETING PLANNED Howa'rd
Hughey, R M Moore, and j SheUBelts
Dean Brown. The new Directors!I
There will be a meeting en ferti-
Feeds will meet Oct 20th to'elect officersfor
Pig lization and soil testing next Thurs- the ensuing year. Hunting Caps
day, October 22. The meeting will
Present officers are R Mellous '
lower and start at 7:30 P M at the Agricul- : Shells, Cartridges
To help your hog production costs save Moore, President; Kelly Bailey,
tural Center. Fertilization, basedon
more, Ful-0-Pep gives an $8 discount per vice president, end: Mrs R A Jones,
you you soil test results will be discussed Shot Guns, Rifles 1
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ton off list price if you buy before November 15, by the County Agent and J Russell secretarytreasurer.Four 'r
I hundred were in attendance. Packs
Hunting
1959. Henderson, Extension Agronomist. I

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r You can't afford to pass up top-quality feeds Shot Gun Cases
.
Mrs J M Pafford and Mrs C D I I I

i plus bigger hog profits, so see us today. ..,=' :,;,; Tomlinson their brother-in-law attended the Mr funeral Perry of Goodyear Tires $12.95: f.1.. .. Boot SQX :

Your visit is bound to pay off Swindle in Ray City. Ga. Sunday 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type,'I i
afternoon. Mrs Swindle was Miss
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Cynthia Pafford, a former residentof plus tax and recappable tire. I Southern Salvage Co. J
REEVES FEED COMPANY Madison: Mrs Tomlinson who I
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was visiting in Tennessee came to MESSER
Phone HU 3-2213 :Madison, Fla. -Ray City for the funeral and re- ARMY-NAVY, GOODS- (PAWN SHOP) I IV

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16th, 1959 THE ... _

AUXILIARY MEETING COMPLIMENTED ON BIRTHDAYMr course of birthday cake iced in
chocolate decorated with nuts and
I I r- ,,;_ .-. orange and green icing in keeping MESSER .
.%. and Mrs J A Bentley spent with Hallowe'en, and ice cream
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; The
,t Greenville American Legion the week end in Jacksonville with candy and coffee.
t ., .:: 'Auxiliary! Unit 131 held its regular I their son-in-law and daughter, Mr Battery & Tire Co. \
V'I meeting in the Legion Hall, Mon 'and Mrs Leslie Bue: at their new
1,:!; s .dae'en, ng. home at 4b MacGregor Drive. Mrs LAND DEALSI offers New Goodyear 670 X 15 All
/ 'f .f Miss Georgia Ella Mugge gave an Bentley was honored with a barbe- I Weather tube-type tire for only
1 interesting report of her week in cue steak supper given by Mr and S12.95 plus tax and recappable tire
I f;: tt' Tallahassee delegate to Girls' Mrs Buie on the occasion of her C J Blanton Jr to \veaVereLough-1
State, and expressed appreciationfor tirthdav while there on the patio, ridge Lumber
the opportunity to go. at their new home. The dessert SEl&Sec11Tp2SR6E. \\llloughby Properties Inc to
:
2 'j Members mde plans to have course was served in the dining- Mabel Lilly Boyer Schmidt: to Hubert B Hendry and wife Lot 33,
l comfort articles ready to send to room where the beautiful white Charlotte Beach Land Company: : ,I lakeside Terrace.
t 1 If the hospital in November. birthday cake centered the dining 430 acres in fractional Sec 28 Tp H D Reams and wife to EdwardF

" x .J, Plans were also made for a table that was covered with a 3 N, R 9 E and in Land Lots Nos I Donaldson and wife, undivided
{ :
I { M ::: : joint covered dish supper meeting pink linen cloth. Pink candles and 200 and 201 Cherry Lake Farms one-half interest in 205 acres in
with the Legion in observance of arrangements of pink roses com Project.S Township 1 S, Ranges 10 and U
H Armistice Day. pleted the decorations on the table. W Tuten to Billie Joe Tuten East.Dessie
Poppy Day will be ,observed Gifts were opened and pictures and wife, 105 ft square in SWU Thompkins and wife to
November 7. were taken. of NW14, Sec 32, Tp 1 S. R 8 E. John R Collins, undivided interestin
I;I The Unit received $10.00 award Mr and Mrs Jack Collins also Carl A. Webb Sr and wife to 70 acres in Sec 17, Tp 2 N, R
offered by Mrs Wright, presidentof entertained Mr and Mrs Bentley Carl Aaron Webb Jr and wife; one :9 E, and in Lot 14, Blk 4, J It
district 3 for being- the first with a seafood supper :Monday acre in Sec 22. Tp 1 S; R 10 E and W L Tooke SID, City of
i Unit in the district to reach.. 100% night. also 40 acres in See 21. Tp 1 S, Madison, and in Lot 1, BIk i\
t membership. Mrs Collins served a dessert R 10 E. Tooke SID, City of Madison.
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of __' CHRYSLER ENGINEERING- INTRODUCES' A NEW KIND OF }-

Madison, Florida announce the *' f" ; PLYMOUTH THAT MARKS A MAJOR,BREAKTHROUGH IN CAR
engagement and approaching t ... '
l! marriage of their daughter "> I... 4 I Ii.: DESIGN. BODY AND FRAME UNIT ARE WELDED TOGETHER .
F -
Miss Lois Ann Kellum AS ONE, IN A NEW WAY. MANY PARTS THAT WORK LOOSE,
t of Tallahassee, Floridato
RATTLE AND NEED FIXING IN ORDINARY CARS ARE ELIMINATED. ,j
Harold Bennett Clark -
,, THIS LOW-PRICE '60 PLYMOUTH IS STRONGER AND ROOMIER.
son of Mr and Mrs J B Clarkof -

, Tallahassee, Florida. IT USES LESS GAS THAN BEFORE. IT RIDES MORE COMFORTABLY, '

f The will take 3:00 Sunday,
wedding place at m.
p. BELIEVE THAN
WE ANY OTHER CAR IN ITS CLASS. ,_
i : January 3, 1960, in the Madison First Baptist church. .
A reception will follow in the church parlors.
i! :Miss Kellum is a graduate of Madison High School
and is presently employed in the Plant Department of Chrysler Corporation development be.
Southeastern Telephone Co. K hind it. It will suit you particularly if

Mr Clark was graduated from Florida High School, you want a feeling of quality and a

Tallahassee, and is employed with HV B Drew Company z sense of craftsmanship. It is built care.

of Tallahassee. fully and precisely. We believe there isno

I k: No invitations will be sent but the families of the other car in the low-price field that

couple invite all friends and relatives to attend.CIRUUI'l' resembles it.PLYMOUTH'S .

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(; ; COURTCircuit 1 AN ALL-NEW INCLINED OVER-;

Ii HEAD VALVE "6" IS AMONG
NEW DURA-QUIET
WELL DRILLINGAND FIVE PLYMOUTH ENGINE
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FOR 1960. The first in-
Court convened again .ture,locked by approximately 5400
I, pre.clined engine ever in an American .
Monday and Carroll Edward Welch REPAIRING ass welds. It has no conventional body
J plead guilty to entering without LITTLETON WELL DRILLERSR bolts braces passenger car is the new Plymouth
J 'I'Ii struts or stays to give
breaking with intent to commit 2, Madison, Fla trouble. 'Road noises and road shocks 30-D Economy Six, most powerful .
grand larceny. Passing of sentence I Ir "6" in America. Very: economical, it is
are dampened. Even the sound of the
: was temporarily deferred and inclined to make servicing simpler, towind .
is hushed.
Court ordered a presentencein lower the car's center of gravity and _..

vestigation. LIONS' CLUB We doubt if any car at any price has to make handling and riding easier.

, Charity Robinson, alias Mutt ever ridden or handled as well as this Also for 1960: the limitedproductionnew

Robinson Dan Randell and George low-price automobile. Practical SonoRamic Commando V-8*.
Freeman were tried and found
, I Speaker at the Lien's Club meeting Stabilizer Design, incorporating
, guilty of unlawfully removing, depositing rearSOLID PLYMOUTH 1960 OFFERS
Tuesday was Buster Hancock, stabilizer fins, adds stability on the .
and concealing intoxicating FEATURES NO OTHER CAR INroad
who was in Madison to address the cuts wind resistance better
gives
beverages with intent to defraudthe ITS CLASS CAN OFFER. Customgas -
Farm Bureau Tuesday nightMr I
State of Florida of the tax mileage.
Hancock is a native of Pinetta PositionedFron t.SafeTMa

thereon.Cecil Townsend, who had plead in this county, and lived there The new Solid Plymouth is a young, doorlocking system*. RCA "*5f* ,
and at Aucilla and other places be- Record *. And
guilty to unlawful possession of exciting car with ten full years. of Player many more.
fore making his home in South .. -
*Optional t eztr cod
than
more one gallon of moon-
Florida. He... is a candidate thoughas
shine whiskey, was placed three
on
A CHRYSLER-ENGINEERED PRODUCT
yet unannounced, for state Com-
years' probation and ordered to .missioner of Agriculture. ,
pay all costs in connection with the Mr Hancock pointed out the SOLID PLYMOUTH 1960

I matter.William G Taylor plead guilty to. great strides made in Florida agriculture
during the past several ,.. .
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years, and said it was most impor- .
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I of support from minor children. He attention it deserves ':.r': ?::t :; :xt. :::1f i .'
was ordered to pay $17.50 per week tant to give the !: :;: ,
to agriculture, which he putas ... ,.. ; ', '
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for first in the state's economic
on probation two years.
with tourism second and
resources
tried and
y Melvin Humphrey was
found not guilty of possession of industry third. 4. ..
approximately gallons of moonshine Other visitors at the meeting' included -
t whiskey. Beryl Scarboro and Dr Jack y ,.

Major Thomas plead guilty to Brinson ,of Madison George Wedge- s

.desertion withholding means of worth of Belle Glade and Clifford

support from minor children. He I Parsons of Salisbury, Md. ..

was instructed to pay $10 per week I .
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for support of children and placedon

probation for two years. I THE WEATHERWeek ,.;:: ;
Thomas Elbert Webb, who had :

plead guilty to larceny of a motor .....,!;IJ> ,

vehicle, was placed on. probationfor ending: Oct 13tr ,:1;
three years and ordered to pay Max. Min Rf ; '.: 4.

costs of proceedings at rate of $35 Wednesday 75 70 .39 _... ...e ,
per month until paid in full Thursday 76 70 ..40Friday -

Case of D T Merritt and Julia 88 71 .15

Merritt, grand larceny, was con Saturday 90 69"J.4
tinued for term and defendant re- Sunday 88 71 .08 L

leased on own recl>gnizance. I Monday 90 70 ,.00

The following cases were certified! Tuesday 90 67 ..00
County Court: Charlie Mae
to :
Dobson (2), Julia Mae McDonald, Total 1.16 LL I
'PV Stokes, J P Suggs (2), Rainfall week ending Oct 10th 1

Liberia Waters.K at Gibson Tower.l.40--: Lovet L !

It C Washington plead guilty to Tower 3.50 in, Sinclair Tower,2.10
unlawful possession( of moonshine in. Mill Creek !?Tower 1 =0.60' in: :

-whiskey still. Sentence was temporarily Madison forestry'headquarters 1.28 _I : ; !i. l

withheld and; pre-sentence in. :

investigation ordered*\. Sun rises Oct 16th 6:37 am, sets
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,t Court recessed Tuesday until .6:00 .
pm.Moon
this Friday morning. .I rises Oct 16th 6:14 pm HAGANS MOTOR CO t

Full moon Oct 16th at 10:58 am. .

-Listen to U of F and I Moon in constellation of':";Pisces .::"*_ ;':-' r '.

Oct, 16th. -u : : : Base Street Madison Flat1-
-. 'a & 700 East "
t 3mIS over WMAF I High tide Oct.:.16th'-at St'. Marks,
4 games ".. b't .. .1I" w'
light 2:03. am. ;:='" .' ., kj U "
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Saddlery i Bill Wadsworth of Tallahassee is Prof Carlton Thompson of the Mrs C C Matheny will arrive this
4' I Former Madisonian G-E Appliances I I spending ten days with his grand-I NFJC faculty and Mrs Thompsonwere week end from Tampa where she
mother, Mrs Marie Wadsworth received into membership Sunday underwent ear surgery at St
Howerton '
-" Supply. Co Here at the Presbyterian church. Joseph's hospital October 6.
She
Howerton Supply Co. while his parents, Mr and Mrs
I Their young son, Stewart Clay, is has been convalescing after leavingthe
James B Wadsworth,
are attending
a member of the Sunday School. hospital at the home of her
HOSPITAL NEWS\ Metham Cate, who lived in Mad- His wife died some years ago, and I.the tnnual convention of The -x- i sister, Mrs E H Kirkland.
ison many years ago when his he was recently remarried, and he American Association of State Mrs Paul Leo Baggett, of Tallahassee -
father, W B Cate, was presidentof and his bride were on their honey- Highway Officials in Boston. All is the guest this week of
Admitted Mrs Hazel the Florida Normal Institute moon trip to Florida. They visited fifty of the United States and her parents, Mr and Mrs R R Sherwin Williamsi I
Williams, here, was visitor in lIadisolfor his children Dugan; at Cherry Lake. ;
Mrs Mary Evelyn in Miami and on the some South American countries wfll I
Norris Mrs William '
Hale, Curtis a while last' Thursday He; found return .to Asheville came by his old be represented.. Mr Wadsworth is \
Lee
Powell J Paint
of
the town"changed quite a bit, although of the Florida delegation expect to t
stomping grounds here.
St. of
Augustine, Nellie Rose Bass, Engineer contracts for the
he met up with some old Metham reports his father in spend two days in New York. They
Townsend Lemuel Bailey, Mrs,Rosie Mrs Tuten Julia, Samuel Ann friends. fair health considering his. age, also Florida State Road Department. left Tallahassee Oct 11th and will I Bryan Electric Co. '
Colvin, Miss Shelia Bochnia, Miss Metham lives in Asheville, N C. living in Asheville. He and Mrs Wadsworth with others I return Oct 17th.

Carole Hutto, Frank E Burns, Mrs ,
JUattie Bass, Charles Argenbnght t

Archie Creamer. .
Discharges: Rev James T Barber,
Mrs Rosie Tuten and baby, Frank V.
E Burns, Curtis Powell Miss Shelia ANNOUNCING FOR 1960.
Bochnia, Miss Carole Hutto, Mrs .
Mattie Bass and baby, 'Samuel Col-
vin. Lemuel Bailey, Miss Billie
Jean Cpody transferred to Talla- V .:
hassee Memorial, Kenneth Burnett,
Charles Argenbright, Mrs Maybel- SIX STUNNING STYLES ;>--
line Thomas and baby, Mrs Leona .
Weob, Mrs None: Meeks, Mrs Virginia V
Dobbs and baby Dean Brown FROMTHEJ4/jJYSTUDEBAKER
and C 0 Johnson.
BABY TOWNSENDBor
to Mr and Mrs Dell Town- 1i&
send of Pinetta, Oct. 12, a baby boy .. .
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wx-Jghing; ;5: lbs. .
BABY BASS ) fl V..
Mr and Mrs J M Bass Jr of.
Shady Grove, announce .the birth of
a baby boy Oct. 11. He weighed
7 lbs and 15'3 ozs. '
BABV NORRISMr
and Mrs Gerald' Norris of
Route 4, Greenville, announce the
birth of a baby boy, Oct. 11 .He
weighed 7 lbs and 1 oz.
BABY TUTEN
Born to Mr and Mrs William '
Twten Madison a baoy girl pet : S._
10. She weighed 7 Ibs and 14's! __ e -
ozs.
BABY SCtfNITKER: L
Mr and Mrs Claymore Schnitker
of Madison announce the birth of
Tasteful new styling: new fashion-ftc'h Owners report fewer service jobs lower
a son Oct. 9- He weighed 9 lbs and BEAUTIFUL PRACTICAL
1 k ozs. colors. new appointments new luxury. charges. reduced! insurance costs.

BABY BASS .. . ... '.. .. :.... .l .. ,..lft
Born to Mr and Mrs Artis Bass .. ... '; w. :....
Oct. 7, a baby girl weighing G J .
Ibs and 4 ozs.COLORED. PATIENTS % :

Admitted Queen Smith, Amonay
Williams, Augustus Wesley, Mosc
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Augustus Wesley. I
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MADISON SCHOOLS GET SHARE _
OF STATE FUNDSOf


the $19,042,074 state funds
available now for 60 Florida
counties to match for school construction
(Madison County's share W

was 8325. .T f\\f: Owners write 'more carefree driving: with Powerful V S (proven todays most economical I
Of the total $14,140,000 was EABLE DRI VEABLE
1 A 1 V I'he Lark than with any other car ) or 90 h.p. Super Economy Six.
appropriated by the 1959 Legisla
ture and includes $781,155: reappro-
priated to 16 counties which be: i'k'\\" -.J ( \ ) ))) -

cause of money shortage last year
didn't get all that was due them.
Also Included in the 19 million
dollars $4.902,074-t in funds from Y
the previous biennium which had ; ,
been earned and matched by the _4 Mr

counties, but which was held up by: .... _
the Cabinet until needed to pay: ____
contractors.

Matching funds are figured jon
the basis -of average daily attendance c
in county schools during the
school year over the preceding 4.
school ).ear. .
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Catledge Injured So easy to handle, corners solidly. 1 ireless Shorter dimension outside, parks where
> TURNABLE drivingcross country, nimble in traflic PARKABLE others can't, yet seats six inside in comfort. -

T Billy Catledge, 35, formerly of !
Madison, was seriously injured WORLDS FIRST AND ONLY FULL LINE OF NEW DIMENSION CARS .
Wednesday night of last week be Choose the model best suited to meet your own particular motoring needs..from the -
LOVE
tween Thomasville and Cairo when widest range of styles among all newer card! 2fc- For I960, nothing's- been spared to -_
the car in which he was a passenger
turned over. His father, W W bu 1d--into The Lark the best in luxury, good taste dependability and value 9Il's *- THAT

Catledge of Madison reported that the true quality car of its size-PROVEN BY TSO MILLION MILES OP OWNER use. Ask .

Billy, in the Thomasville hospital the man who owns it, see the man who sells i it, drive it yourself and discover-the best :
suffered internal injuries to his STUDEBAKER
ribs spleen, and kidney. The three I: break- for your car dollar in 1960 You'll love that Lark! S :
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to Thomasville were hurled Sec_ it now-at ,YOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER'S % .
from the car one of them through ...

the Catledge windshield.was somewhat better < ;

this week his father stated. -w


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/"CHRISTIANITY is a religion of
VJ Sharing, but not all sharing 1. F v
Christian. Sharing when you have f '
[ to isn't it, otherwise everybody :
would be Christian -
who pays taxes a
Sharing very rarely is hardlyit
either, because Christian sharing
is a constant habit, not an

occasional spasm. Giving- away I III '
don't 5, s. w
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what you s 1
want, cleaningout .
your closets ; <
and giving to Vol- ;
unteers the bene-
fit of your junk, I
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is some distance '

yet from Christian S i .
sharing.
Sharing things
can be Christian: a.r .
f Foremantie
indeed the AposDr.
John inquires whether we can u
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imagine we have the love of God i -
in us if we do not share with the i
needy (I John 3.17). But Chris- a
tian sharing is something over and
beyond letting other people use 1.11 1.11III i .w '

some of the things we-. call ours r W ''. v 'C9A ::
0' wvA vAt some of the time. III .,Mp o

Sharing Christ SS
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It can all be put into two words

At its best and highest Christian i wY. ....; !
sharing means sharing Christ. But I x Ii
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in order to understand those two
simple words, put together in that i ). i

way, we have to do some further .-...'; ; iI
thinking. A short story in the bookof o I

Acts (chap. 3) helps to make 7AR AR i aS
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this clear. Peter and John have be- S S S
come such famous men that we
forget how poor they actually
were. They had been fishermen, THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
and they had been away from their ALL FOR THE CHURCHThe

lake a long time. When they told Church is the greatest factor on earth for
the beggar they had no silver nor
gold, they were as good as saying .1 the building of character and good citizenship.

they had nothing but pennies. Yet It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a

they gave that beggar something 11\( '. strong Church' neither democracy civilization
far better than money; they gave '
Christ. What can survive. There are four sound reasons why
Jiim the power of In the last of the this sailboat to be alone
.. glow sunset seems
happened Is recorded as a miracle; -- every person should, attend services regularly I I and

and granted miracles to most are men not in to our perform.Yet times. in the vastness of the sea. And yet it isn't. Were this boat suddenly support the Church. They are (1 I) For his

Christ is still possible. own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For
Observe sharing that the poorest Christian to get into trouble, helping hands would swiftly come to the rescue. the sake of his community and nation. (4) For

the one least able to share sake the which needs his
the of Church itself,
So it is with life. At times you may feel very much alone-yet
money or things of any kind, still : .- moral and material support. Plan to go to

who has what is not the a wealthiest Christian person lacks: in reality you are not. For if you didn't have a single friend in church regularly and read your Bible daily.

namely Christ. : the world, you would have the Church. '
Day Book Chapter Verses
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Aa Anazing Casa The Church welcomes everyone-and that's a pretty big thing Sunday Luke 8 22-25
Here is a spectacular case that Monday Psa'ns 107 23-28

occurred less than five years ago, when you stop to think about it. It means that always there is a Tuesday Thessalonians$1 20-30(
a miracle too of a sort. It illustrates Wednesday II 3-4

what "sharing Christ" can : door open to you. You have but to turn the knob Thursday Friday Matthew Psalms 77 7 13-14 7-8 0
mean. In the city of Philadelphiaa .
Saturday Romans 12 2-3
foreign student was walking : Chart a new course for yourself. Start going to church. When
along doing no one any harm.

see Some him.young They hooligans had just happened been talk to .- you do, you'll find that yourvoyage through life has acquired fresh ...>>>".,<,,":... "__ '. "... .......r

ing about how they would get purpose.
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money to go to a dance hall that ,:
nIght. So-being hooliganstheyrushed
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this foreign student and not _S
only took what little money he S/ -.- ... t
had, only a dollar or so as the news- Copyright"5',K'.r Mr.Service.Slr.hurl. V..
papers reported it; but they mur-'
dered him then and there. They
were arrested, and the State of

Pennsylvania took steps to convict ... r
them of the murder and execute 'l ; fi; wvwNr.YxuwwWww.\ 'i : : ':;r: r+! r7r: : :: r''r':"< .': './?:':: '> : '?";:::: >) 7 +' t{ ;;

them. All a familiar pattern, too
familiar in big cities Murderarrest -
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; : : ; :
conviction {
-th@ pen or the fi.LL'i 2 ::i E .:22i: : ... : : : : : : .', 0
chair.

But the astonishing thing happened These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals and .
The family of the dead stu
dent were Koreans, and Christians. Establishments:
They wrote to the authorities in

Pennsylvania asking them not to . e e a '. a .lFdff. a
\prosecute those boy murderers,but
to help them. More than that, this
BUDDY SMITHHARDWARE WESTERN AUTO STORE
MADISON DRUG STORE
Korean family went to the lengthof
% DUNN FURNITURE CO.
getting up a fund (all by them- .
&oro j. j. Sale, Jr. Owner .
The Rexall
selves) to be used for the education -
MADISON, FLA. ,
-ordinary, and also moral and HU Madison Fl a. .
Phone HU 3-2300, Madi sonFla. Madison Florida Phone 3-2385.
religious, of the boys who had Phone HU 3-2340
killed their young relative -
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3ri_tfof Christ I.t. It '
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No doubt many American church .- ,
when they read about that -
people .. M ,E SSE R''r r J. B. DAVIS,, .Inc. ,.
felt irritated and
maybe even
,
case
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MORROW INSURANCE QUALITY CLEANERS
angry. 'Those hooligans committed & TIRE CO.
BATTERY Florida
murder, let 'em,burn for it. What AGENCY Madison .
When your clothes are not becoming ,
business have those Koreans bringing :
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MADISON FLORIDA Madison. -
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into it? Just
religion _' : to "you they should' be .'.
the didn't bring"relig- ::' I
point They ; :
loa" into it, they brought Christ t'1. coming to.:.us Phone HU 32255CHERRY'S I I
into the situation. That Is what ,I .

sharing Christ means bringinghim '
into every situation of need. j'. BRYAN .ELECTRIC CO.. :'; : ..; 1 j .- .: :..
Christ is (we hope) in a church '-" 4.' .r' ..< .- v-. .-. .
situation for instance in the worship ... Wiring- and Repair-, ;, 1ianTRUCK & TRACTOR co. 'CANTEY MOTOR CO. '. "66" SERVICE i i4
on Sunday morning.. Christ is STATION
in the offering we give to missions. J MADISON FLORIDA Phone-HU 3-2241.. Madison Fla. Madison Florida. _
But the hard way""-and the best .'" Madison Fla.
way-to share Christ is not to sing
about him or to employ others to .
talk about him. To share Christ is

to make and murder every situation-different,even because tragedt . rA . rsB1rBJ

you have invited Him to help you

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devil besides. Yet the editorial to the welfare of society and island are situated roughly M-Sgt Benny \VUliams of USAF

page is the paper's soul-yes, to the more abundant life. some two thousand miles from I I Recruiting Service, resides at Cherry
.1i .(: Lake, Fla. For information call
RDR
<<
r I papers have souls-, and it San Francisco. All of the larger Cherry Lake 8258. 6ltchMr
should not be neglected.Advertising.
.. islands of the archipelago are I
fIIIL5Iia to 11I5 oak
IOU& CULTUIIAI. Ma I
CWTJ8 t Of> loan s aatos
I New Car Parade
MADISON, FLORIDA mountainous and of volcanic : and Mrs Buford Selman spent
Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. ; i Sunday in Gainesville visiting their
The mountain Haleakalahas
We do love to origin.
Published Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance Clean cany: auto- children, Roberta. Mar Ellen and
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year' mobile and other motor vehicle the largest extinct crater I Wiley at the University of Florida.
A necessary: part of a -newspaper advertising, and this issue of known to man and Kilauea has x

Advertising Rates Made Known on ApplicationEntered I I is its advertisingthatis the paper, as well as the two the largest active crater in the Mrs Graham Wheeler and two

at the :Madison Post Office as second-class matter June I if the people connected l preceding issues, might well be world. Sugar cane is the leading children, Debbie and Victor spent
25, 1908, under Act of March 8, 1879. with it are to eat; and we called an automobile issue. Two crop of the islands, and last Friday in Marianna with Mr
Wheeler.
wish here and to weeks pineapples next. Other important -
now express ago we announced the
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR.
3 I AND ASSOCIATES this paper's gratitude to new Chevrolets, Corvairs and agricultural productsare
that large number of advertisers Oldsmobiles! ; last week the new coffee, bananas, fresh flowers I

MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 who have enabled us to Fords and Falcons; and this I sisal, hides, rice, cotton,

NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 carry on. They are, to us, week, in addition to repeats on potatoes, and nuts. The fish-
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908T. among the salt of the earth. several of the above: the ing industry is important. Gulf Life

C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. At the same time, the advertis- Chrysler, the Mercury, the Canning, sugar refining and ADAPTPLAN-

C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor ing should not be the great all Plymouth, the Rambler, theLark related enterprises are the chief

MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor in all of a newspaper. We must (we hope we haven't manufacturing industries of Fite your

MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. remember that the newspapergoes missed any-a veritable pa- the islands, although several changingneeds
into people's homes, where rade of all automobile makes other commodities produced

getting invaluable training in there are little children, and its that have agencies in Madison. for the domestic market. The

Deep Into Pockets business, especially those who news columns and its adver- Two old standbys! : the Pontiac islands are nicknamed The

Summer ,continues to drag have regular paper routes and tising columns should be clean and the Dodge, are missing Paradise of the Pacific. Next

along into fall, with most of serve them faithfully. For one and wholesome. We do not care from the list this year, since week, Puerto Rico. ......' .
the days in October so far of the smaller weekly news- for whiskey advertising whether their agencies here are vacant. rte.Fort The retirement plan yOU

showing temperatures in the papers, we believe The Enter- "men of distinction" drinkit Jackson, S C-Pvt Charles buy for tomorrow can
Wynn, son of Mr Charles Wynn, of help meet today's need
nineties (one even reached 96) I prise-Recorder has one of the or not, we will not take Madison, Fla. has been
assigned
to thanks to the
\ and a fan or air conditioner is I most nearly complete groups of known gyp advertising, we Paradise of the PacificHawaii Company B, 2 Battalion 1 Training exclusive Adapt-A-PIan,

in order right on. People keep young paper salesmen that any will not carry horror or sex fiftieth state of the eight Regiment weeks at of Fort basic Jackson combat, S C training. for Ask your Gulf Life

talking about the hot; weather, paper has. The boys raise too motion picture advertising, we United States, is composed of representative.Gulf.
and the writer felt the same much racket if we do not have do not care for cigarette ad- some twenty islands, of which -z-

way yesterday before he the papers ready for them I vertising, we do carry a little eight are inhabited. In descend- Camp LeJeune, N C (FHTNC-

managed to extricate his car when they get out of school; medicine advertising but we do ing order of size, the inhabited of Marine Mr and Pvt Mrs Fred L Bartlam son
George Bartlam of
from the soft earth in whichit but then we figure if they did : not solicit it and some of it islands are Hawaii, Maui, Oahu, Route 2, Madison, Fla, is scheduledto

had become stuck, but, even not do that, they would not we will not carry. We do, with Kauai, Molokai, Lanai, Niihau, graduate Oct. 16 from an intensive f
so, the warm weather keeps us be boys. We give the boys pleasure, carry clothing and and Kahoolawe. Honolulu, the four-week infantry training
course at Camp LeJeune, N C.
from having to buy fUEl-and three cents on each paper they dry goods advertising, grocery capital, with a population of LifeINSURANCE,
that is something to be said sell and if one sells as manyas advertising, hardware and seed more than three hundred thou-

in its favor. People had to dig fifty, which is frequently I and fertilizer advertising, furni- sand, is situated on the islandof Are your brakes safe? a
into their pockets duringthe the case, we give him a ball ture and COMPANY
deep I appliance advertising, Oahu. Total area of the islands V
snow winter two years ago point pen besides. Some of the I tire and tube and gasoline ad- is about one-ninth that If not, drive in today to

in order to keep warm. boys sell just enough papersto vertising, and all other forms of Florida an l population abouta O. C. KIRKLAND. SuperintendentPh.
buy some ice cream or candy of advertising that contribute sixth that of Florida. The McWILIIAMS GARAGE HU 3-2551 P. O. Box: 292
MADISON, FLORIDA
with and get to the show on, .
Back With Still More while others make a tidy sum I r

nearly every 'week which will LOWEST.PRICED
SyrupThe come in handy for buying I# yre .
LIGHT:AND MEDIUM TRUCKS
pecans have begun to school supplies, clothing, or '
fall right' freely now sjuch as I other needed things, or even /
they are. Earlier in the year I for taking a little summer trip. t) Priced, :flo-I west of theleading e makes ,
One little fellow from Jackson-
after disastrously
We thought, a
slim last that ville came over here some time
crop year,
there would be a good crop of back and made more than five NEW FORD TRUCKStor60with
the nuts this year. However, it I dollars selling Entetl>rise-Recorders -

does not appear now that the during the week end.

yield will be very large, albeit -.-- with

greater than last year. Then,
too, the squirrels, which went Its First Duty -
I Ct1IliM.s
pecan hungry last year, have I A newspaper's first duty is [n JlllIDmy)

been jumping the season and I to give the news. That comes.

getting the nuts before they I first, and everything else must -., CERTIFIED GAS SAVINGS CERTIFIED DURABILITY
could ripen. Cotton ginning is I make place for it. The news CERTIFIED RELIABILITY CERTIFIED LOWEST PRICES

practically, if not altogether, should be given as accuratelyas
over, and so is corn gathering, possible and if a mistake is You get the best of the new in 1960 Ford Trucks. And economy backed
sugar cane is on the local mar- made opportunity should be by the Certified tests of leading independent automotive engineers..!
.. .,..._. Certified
I \ gas savings! New tests verify the gas savings of Ford's'
Let and cane grinding is near given to aggrieved
any per- modern Six-the engine that got 25% more miles per gallon than
at hand. Cane grinding, however son to state his case, in reason, the average of all other makes in Economy Showdown U.S.A.! .

is not near the industryit without cost. The news shouldbe Certified durability! Tests of key truck parts showed, for example,
used to be here. A quarterof given kindly, too. Sometimes 20% longer brake-lining life for Ford's new F- and C-600's .
23.6% greater frame rigidity on half-tonners.
a century ago, and even less, there is necessity to publish LIGHT DUTY-i OWEST PRICED OF THE LEADING MAKES
.
Certified
And look what His I low price- of this holf-too Styleside t includes I reliability!Based again on Certified tests. Example: Ford's
cane syrup was legal tender unpleasant news, and this New 23.6% more rigid frame, new longer lasting brakes, new wiring assembly operated without failure more than three
for newspaper subscriptionshere I should be done, but it should MW styling and comfort,new Diamond LwUre Fwiithlovoilobfe times as long. I

and the EnterpriseRecorder ; be done kindly and objectively, Certified lowest prices! See the price comparisons. See the Certified:.'
did quite business in Economy Book at your Ford Dealer's now!
a without fanfare and with no tHo-
i Once, in those days, we intent to oar..: Fwd OIt. kid Mofor eo.n-y.
&yrup. persecute any individual Jt.:Alicp/gai. FORD TRUCKS COST LESS

went to a newspaper meetingin !I group, race or country. -. LESS TO BUY... LESS TO RUN...BUILT TO LAST LONGER. .
Shamrock, and took alonga Ij j Unfortunate incidents, while Et V TOO
quantity of syrup to try to they should be published, should TILT CABS-tOWEST PRICED IN THE
I INOUSTIT and the most popular! For 1960,
sell in the commissaries at not be played up beyond rea- : there's new comfort and driving e ease. .
Boyd and Shamrock. They hada son, and we have felt that many new Short gas economy and durability in Ford .-.-.
__ Stroke engines! Nine Tilt Cab Series """-'"' ""
plenty of syrup themselvesand 1 I of our larger newspapers, in r ore available,ranging from 18,000 GVW to
the outcome of the venturewas :, their eagerness for the dramatic 5 65,000 GCW. If '.y.

that we came back to have done a disservice ; ; i
:Madison with more syrup than I to the country in magnifying .; r

the amount we started with,1]I international and once incidents f

since we took in several gal and in publishing lurid detailsof '16. '[3". MV4rF4.YM'.. I j l 'f.

lons along the way. crime. '


Newspaper WeekAnd The Paper's Soul !! T


by the way, this is A newspaper's duty, however, JA ,.
Newspaper Week; that is, Oct. does not end with just givingthe I II

15th through 21st. There are news. We believe every MEDIUM DUTY-WWBT PRICED Of I
"". newspaper should have an edi- THE UAMK MAKES hi odd.t.0 to lowest flh j I
Vo many other special weeks price this F-oOO Stake offers i increased
different organizations torial page, and some comment rtrewg*i in frame and sheet___I...coiorM
for so many ..wcab interior*...H..gas savings of Ford'l I
from the editor, however brief, wll i ,
which the newspapers radent 3* Mau'mmii GVW 21,000 lb.
should be in issue. We ....., / J
publicize, perhaps they shouldbe every er e.rsiA.d...IpORf011 01"- kkdur e.abbma..fastwsv rmie + ) I
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entitled to their week too.? realize this is difficult, almost a./wp...pmato. ...,COIIdI.prlr.cii....,.ead.Ml.atro.dogs-f d..el..ri. r r ---.

impossible, at times,.what with .

Salute To Carrier Boys+|| hound the many editors distractions of smaller news-that (

And the first salute of Newspaper -)1 i papers like ours, where the HARDEE MOTOR CO.T : I

Week is to the newspaper, editor is not only editor, but '

carrier boys. These coming often reporter, ad solicitor,
business men and women I.bill collector, machinist, printer, "
young I corner Base and Hancock Streets Madison FloridarH'l' '
-some of them are girls-are t pressman and 'even printer's ,, / i iJ.

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Mrs Nat Norfleet and two child-
:Mn'+. :yrKf:>r:Nr s YT'vww, ren of Atlanta are here for a visit G-E
with Mr and Mrs Fred Mickler. Appliances
I ISee
# They accompanied Mr Mickler home
1 ; ffbQb ?
I, E ;; .when visit there he returned last week.Sunday from a Howerton Supply Co.

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If you want fop-notch '
CECIL MEDDERSPhone Spun-gee orIon ?' .2 .

for your insurance dollar'cv, bulkie cardigan \ i

HU 3-6875 :Madison, Fla. \ with jauntybuttontrimmed ,.
As out policyholder, you can count on us for fast,

efficient service in any emergency: fire burglary
PARENT-TEACHER collar. .
auto accident. Whatever your problem, call us. G-E Appliances ENROLLMENT MONTH

We're sure we can help. S-M-L

Howerton Supply Co: Our Governor, realizing that PTA
is the best way to have an informed -
MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY
PLEDGES SORORITY public about our schools L
has proclaimed October as Parent-

108 W. Pinckney, Telephone HU 3-6250( Miss Mary Ruth Kramer, daughter Teacher Enrollment month. Come
of Mr and Mrs Hyem Kramer, and join with 332, 859 other Flori- '
RtPtIJt"'In ht Hartford fire Insurance Company Group& is a pledge of the Delta Phi Epsilon da people in making our good $6.95 lo $14.95LaRue's
sorority at the University of Florida Schools better. Supportyour

Jumbo Hamburgers SOc. Georgia. local PTA.
'
Club Women Hear Talk ; '
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Choicest of Steaks and Sea Mrs C C Matheny, who underwent -

On Guidance Center Foods at WHITE TOP ear surgery the past weekin G-E Appliances 'CASTLE PARK VALDOSTA, GA.
Tampa, is now recovering at the
DRIVE-IN U S No. 53
on ,
home of her sister, Mrs E H Howerton Co. OPEN THURSDAY FREE PARKING
Dr Blanche Supply
Hardy, Director of south of Madison 3-lt-ch I I
the Five County Guidance Center, t Kirkland at Lutz, Fla. ..
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including Madison County, explained -

the plan to a of .
group ., .. ,'. .."<
club : -00. T'
women at a coffee at the
Madison Woman's Club, Thursday
morning. Y
Mrs :Marshall Hamilton, program ---_......._.._
chairman introduced the speaker. )
Mrs A H Armstrong, chairman of

the committee cheese hostess dip served and committee cookies coffee,, wafers before and and her the .I J.\ l lUJ C NQTHE196o : ::;,

. program. Miss Whittle Dickinson .
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poured.Dr at' *
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Hardy In her informative talk .
I ,
told Center of plan the origin established of the by GuidanceI an act ;Mr. : \ ;fiil__! --li--"Or.-- ; I'=R Y'"! ', : ..., .;' S Y0.K
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of Congress in 1950 as part of the
National Defense Education Act. WITH IMPORTANT PRICE REDUCTIONS
She emphasized the community service a.. .5 5v .Y f y
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rendered by the plan work Jig
through the schools and Junior : j \

colleges both white & negro under I the Federal program. Dr Hardy'sarea I jlr, r
of activity includes fivecounties. I
.
Mrs J B Davis, vice president,

I conducted the business meeting .
prior to the program. Mrs RaeburnC
Horne gave an interesting report
from the annual Board meetingof
the FFWC held in Pensacola in

September.The '.. ,r
treasurer reported a balanceof arwygk
$2430.46 on hand as of Sept. 30.
o
Delegates and alternates were
elected to represent the Club at the- _
District meeting in Monticello, Oct .
29. Delegates chosen were Mrs T
C Gibson and Mrs J B Davis, and
Paul Touchton and 4 .
alternates Mrs ; _: -
Mrs Fred Mickler.
'4
The Club voted to honor the
Junior College and Madison school .every time someone sits in the middle. '

faculties as special guests at the Prices Importantly reduced on all .Mercurymodels There's real comfort for people, not just 4.

Annual Christmas tea, Thursday Full head room, hip room, foot room for all.
.
afternoon, Dec. 10th at the Club *
House. '. Popular Monterey\ now SJ8650 0wer. Now.you . every time you see other new cars.You'll .
It was voted to make an annual

delegate appropriation to Girl's of $35 State to in send Talla-a .: can. own a new Mercury\ for a very few cents styling_discover no warmed-over that Mercury'59 design has the as in freshest many ,

hassee each year Mrs Ruth Taylorof so-called 1960 caTs. You'll find that Mercury has
Jasper and Miss .Emily Burnettof a day more than a car with a low-price: llame.the newest featuresde luxe interiors on even
Madison are the recipients of the loweft priced model, at no extra cost. And

the Club's Junior College scholar-. *C...,.ri...'Ued._..r.c-'.tafgMMd delivered price for.Wo.-.,2-4_Mdu.19W9.1959. you'll appreciate the extra qualitythe kind
1 ships. lodudta Federal nave tu mmi MggeMed tafer prrpr.t>oa*o4 k*.Du>g eferge*. that cuts repair bills. For Mercury is the best-
Kramer, of the Board of
Mrs H built car in America today. Don't miss the first
of the New Library
Directors system, announced new books received 'Yon'll.be glad you bought a Mercury _every time you look at its Sleek- showing. MERCURY DIVISION J .
at the local library. every time Line styling. .

Why pay a medium-range price for a car with a Every line is clean, trim. All excess metal has -
Hanson Revival low-price name? For this year, Mercury is in a been pared away, shaped smooth. There's no
: new lower-price range. You'll be glad you didn't unnecessary bulk. Just elegant simplicity. See it now at
There will be revival services at .- settle for less .
The Hanson Methodist church be- every time you. feel its exclusive f ; Quality Headquarters, .. :::
ginning Sunday October 18th and Dews:'tOAD-TUNK WMKU-CKATOT*t ADVAa lfA OCNOAnON Road-Tuned ride/ your Mercury
continuing nightly through the following '
Sunday, the 25th. Rev Paul =--=: Mercury's Road-Tuned wheels (see left) take ) Dealer '
Touchton, pastor of the Methodist ::.-::...- bounce out of bumps.This ability of each wheel _
church in Madison, will be guest ==__ ::11tr v to "roll with, the punch" is one of the most .
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minister for these services. Services i --a; important ride advances in years another Don't buy any car until you've driven

each night at 7:00 o'clock. + I reason why_ you'll be glad you bought Mercury... the Road-Tuned 1960 Mercury. ,
We invite all who will to worship I !
with us in these services. C M Sap- i an w
Hanson : I .il : .
pington> is the pastor of the ..,. .w roN ?
and Jennings Methodist ..r..r w.a.a ON DISPLAY TODAY
adv"1Radiator ---1'QIt' A IMOOfHIII sot(IIIy lOAD
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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' RUNNER UP IN
Cantata Mrs D F
: by their original agreement made The Board approved a plat of Sunday Night Burnett was hostess to
the
I with the cities in December of Vickers Southside Sub-division, as! QUEEN CONTESTHer I Thursday Afternoon Bridge Club

PROCEEDINGSI 1957, concerning paving city streets. submitted by Mrs Davie C Vickers. At First Baptist Church with two tables of players. Visitors
I I This agreement stated that the The Clerk was instructed to advertise many friends here will be playing were Mrs T J Beggs Jr
and Mrs James
HI Board would make available one J for bids for the sale of interested to learn that Miss Florida Conway. Mrs AV
MADISON, FLORIDA Vann
I
October 7, 1959 I j ear's secondary road funds for several junk automobiles now Much interest is being shown in Davis of Madison was one of the Conway won the club prize and Mrs
won visitor's .
The Board of County Commissioners paving city streets, after completionof parked at the County Jail. This the musical concert to be given at two runners-up in the recent contest prize.x
of action was taken with the approvalof the for Freshman Queen at Mercer -
of Madison County Florida Sunday evening service in the Mrs Buck Roberts
Hon Van H Priest, City Commis- the legal counsel of the Board First University. Miss Louise Mitchellof of Atlanta,
met this day in regular session. The i Baptist Church. Mr Alva Wil- visited her parents, Mr and
Mrs
sioners of Madison, asked the Boardto The Clerk was instructed to ad- choir Thomasville was chosen Queen
Chairman Hon D W Chason, called laford director has arrangedfor S H Moore. Mr Roberts
consider Brookwood vertise for bids on petroleum and Miss Patsy Dorming of Macon who recently -
paving pro- double
the meeting to order. All memberswere a quartet of outstanding completed IBM
Avenue from U S 90 to North ducts as follows: artists to was the other runnerup.Fourteen an course
present. The meeting was present a cantata recently in Indianapolis, is now located with
Hon W G Florida Junior College Pavement. Regular Gasoline; Diesel Motor composed James young ladies entered
opened with a prayer by i by Dasher I the Army at Fort McPherson.CONSTRUCTION .
Kutherford. This paving is to be done with Oil; Premium Grade Motor Oil for Valdosta musician, entitled "The tile contest which was based on
The Board approved and acceptedthe County equipment. The Board Trucks; SAE 140 Gear Oil; Regular Beatitudes." Mr Dasher will be I poise, personality and, beauty.
Tax Roll for the year 1960, as agreed to undertake this project at Chassis Grease and No. 2 Diesel present and will be organist for I Said Miss Davis, following an-
presented by the Tax Assessor, the earliest possible date. Fuel. the occasion. nCUncement of the results: "I'm New
The Clerk was instructed to ad- very thrilled; I wasn't expecting it and Remodeling
Hon A H Armstrong.A The Board executed an agreement The double quartet will be com- "
delegation of members of the between the Florida State vertise for bids on pressure treated posed of Mrs Thomas Sexton, Mrs l at all. She is a pledge of Phi Mu; Howerton Supply Co.

Town Councils of Greenville, Lee Library Board and the Madison creosote bridge timbers as follows: Maurine Dugger, Mrs Douglas Rob sorority. i j
and Madison, with Hon V M *Folsom County Commissioners in connec- 5000 ft. of four by tens, twelve inson Mrs Eleanor Howard Paul
,. Major of the Town of Madi- tion with the Madison County Free and sixteen feet long; 10,000 ft. of Fisher, Robert Bratton Alva Willa-
son as spokesman, asked the Boardto Library.The two by sixes twelve and sixteen fcrd; all of Valdosta and William fU d
feet long; 1000 ft of eight by eights,<
make available secondary road Board approved the I & E twelve Cochran of Thomasville.The .
funds for the purpose of paving Roll for the year 1957, as I feet long. public is invited to attend
sub-I! There being no further business
streets within the above named I mitted by the Tax Collector. this musical program this Sunday x .
I I the meeting adjourned. evening, the 18th, at 7:30 p. m. 4i
I D. W. CHASON, Chairman
I ATTEST: lRT
DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk. Mr and Mrs Waring Wyche left

Tuesday for Liberty and Kansas i
City Mo., on a several weeks' visit
TIMBER WANTED! Mr and Mrs Frank Bennett are with Mrs Wyche's sister Mrs M H
announcing the birth of a son, John Wheat and 1IrVheat.. While away }; :Y YJ YS
Mark on Monday October 5, at Mr Wyche will attend the American ..
Any pine timber for Alachua General
sale regardless Hospital, Gaines-I Royal Horse and Cattle Showin
of quantity; selective cutting or ville. He weighed 7 lbs, 7 ozs. Mrs Kansas City. Mr B G Waringis
whole tracts. Please call ADEL, Bennett is the former Miss Montine I visiting his niece lfrsVillie Sue
GEORGIA 7161 or 7501, COLLECT, Ezell. Grandparents are Mr and Shine at Jacksonville Beach while
or write Mrs W B Ezell, Lee and Mrs I Mr and Mrs Wyche are away.CONSTRUCTION .
Bennett Live Oak.
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INTERESTED IN. 00 r
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PROTECTING THE BEAR TCUSWHEM r? J C BURNETTE, of Madison do you X
AND THE BEEKEEPER'SHIVES .., 0 w n
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BIT!* read the Fishermans Calendar? S

BEE HIVES CAN BE --
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COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR y P

1 BEAR-PROOF PLATFORM FOR THE WEEK OCTOBER 18 THRU OCTOBER 2S

WILL GIVE COMPLETE
// / PROTECTION BEEHIVE DAMAGE AGAINST BY Time for Each Dar, "Tells Wh.s Fish Bite Bat"

LAGER BEARS -BUILDING FOR THESE ARE SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN

BEARPLANS COMMISSION FREE FROM \ 18 I 19 I 20 I 21 I "22 I 23 I 24 I 25 I >/. \ ,: :7

IN TALLAHASSEEMR. 2:00. 2:45 3:31 4:18 5:05 532 "6:41 730 '
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3-6106 MADISON, FLORIDA This GuS life agent eon ten ro-
bow with Adapt-A-Pkm. TOUT touianc .
1 U adaptable. For .*
I cmpl. a iamfly income plan cent
also proTid substantial retirement
I I SCHOOL BOARD Pattie Moore of R 3, Gfeemille'l Mrs R C Horne and Mrs J E I income. Or hlw a coD:
in renewing for the paper Hardee left Sunday on a trip to I-aiI
The insurance adjuster on the writes, I enjoy reading it every I New York. ; MARK BERNER SCHNITKER--
f damage at the Madison Training week and want it to keep coming.x I
-x- SPORTING NEEDS Mr and Mrs Claymore Schnitkerare
fI School, occasioned by a fire in Mr and Mrs Joseph Bird and the parents of a baby boy
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afternoon
I the boiler room last Saturday Miss Louise Watson of Apalachicola children spent the week end visitingMr born Friday night at the Madisoa
assured the School Boardat and Mrs Edith Bevan, of Bird's mother at Phenix City, 0 EVINRUDE MOTORS County :Memorial hospital. He was
J its meeting last Wednesday that Tallahassee, were week end guestsof Ala. Joe saw Auburn wallop Ken- @ CAMERAS & SUPPLIES I named Mark Berner and is the
the fire was caused by lightning Dr and Mrs R E Watson. tucky Saturday afternoon. 0 FISHING TACKLE Schnitkers second son.
JJ striking the wires during a severe ,
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J 9 electric storm. His estimate of the -- Q BROWNING WINCHESTER. John F Collette Jr of Jacksonville
54,533.20. COMPLETE\ PEST CONTROL
damage was REMINGTON GUNS was here on a two weeks"
The Board instructed Superintendent vacation visit with his parents Mr:
prices on the FREE INSPECTION HOBBY CRAFT
Bishop to secure and Mrs J F Collette Sr. lie also
purchase of from 20 to 30 acres BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. .J COMPLETE PHOTO SHOP visited in Chattanooga, and Rome.
the Suwannee
land for
of additional SPORTING GOODSLAMBRETTA Ga. during his vacation.
NOTICE OF BIDS River Junior College, adjacent to
MOTOR
School property.IN
the Training e JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist SCOOTERS I Your Frame CAN BEa

r TALLAHASSEE HOSPITAL HI East Green St., flattering accessory

J Notice is hereby given that the 9 Phone X93JPERRY THE SPORT CENTER Hundreds to Choose From
Board of County Commissioners off
TRADE WHERE THEY ARE
who wasa
Madison County Florida will Miss Billie Jean Coody, FLORIDAWe
MADE
the local hospital the Castle Park Shopping Center
at
bids treated patient
I creosote accept lumber on at pressure their next past week was removed to Tallahassee exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and VALDOSTA, GA. Twiggs Optical Co.

regular meeting, November 4, 1959at Memorial Hospital Mr Saturdayfor and Mrs Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests etc. l Valdosta Ga. CH 4-0534
treatment.
9:00 a. m.t as follows: further
and Miss I
5000 feet of 4 x 10's-12 and 16 W T Coody, Tom Coody -
foot lengths Della Martin spent Sunday at the

10,000 feet of 2 x 6's12 and 16 hospital with her.
foot lengths HERE NOW ARE
had
1000 feet of 8 x 8's-12 foot Mr and Mrs W S Cooper Sr
Sunday for the day, Mrs
lengths. as guests
Bids will be opened at 9:00 a. m. Cooper's aunt, Mrs Hardy Griffin, r
November 4, 1959. The Board reserves party of friends from Jacksonville -
the right to reject any and including Mrs Ralph N Green,
and Mr Noah i8I
Braswell
all bids. Mrs Rosalie
DALE M. LESLIE Clerk Jenerette, all of Jacksonville, and
Board of Commissioners.) and Mrs Walter Allen and [
County Mr
Efla Mae of Quitman, 4 IMPALAS-All the car you ever yearned for Each embodies distinctive -
,
7-2t-ch daughter treatment inside and out, with triple-unit rear lights,fingertip
Ga door releases and safety-reflector armrests. Impala sport sedan above.
J Osan AB, Osan Korea (OIS)- Jumbo Hamburgers 30c. 16
Airman Second Class Daniel W and Sea .
Barnes, son of Mr and Mrs D W Choicest of Steaks
I Barnes of Route No.3, Madison Foods at WHITE TOPDRIVEIN SUPERLATIVENEW

Fla., recently arrived at Osan Air on U S No. 53,
Fase, Korea. He will be assignedto Madison.3ltch
I south of : CHEVROLETS
the 58th Support Squadron here.
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THE YIELD IS UpON SAVING AT ,

4 BEL AIRS-Priced just above Chevy's thriftiest models! Like all
VALDOSTA FEDERALANNOUNCING. Chevies, they give you the famed Hi-Thrift 6 or a new Economy
Turbo-Fire V8 as standard equipment. 4-door Bel Air sedan above.

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Nearest to perfection a IOtv pr c d _.. '.. .

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3 BISCAYNES-These honest to gosh i; are the lowest priced of the !
'60 Chevrolets. They bring you the same basic beauty and relaxing
roominess as the other models. 4-door Biscayne sedan above.

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Anticipated dividend rate on insured .

savings payable December 31, 1959

FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST I .1- -." I.. I

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OFFICE HOURS : ,!

MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM : 1aae

THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON ,. .
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SAVE BY MAIL AT ,
The New 6 STATION WAGONS-Styled to carry you away, with the'lrina' o fargo .
space to carry away most anything you want to take with you!.
Thrifty 2-door Brookwood above.
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,....... L..-"- .Dleall Den D.ey a.-s. ,s..c.TV-Pat..me CWnr SIMIwr...-Weekly ASC-TV-IW SWtaa dewy ScM Friday,Octob r..cash
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See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer-
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Saving .& Loan Association '. ,

115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA. <. <. "
CANTEY MOTOR COMPANY
The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small .

Enough To Know You \ ,

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IMPROVING BEEF HERD BY sews. the faster will be your pro-
CAREFUL INSPECTION gress in improving your herd.: Al-

ways, Hamrick emphasizes, use as
CHERRY'S 6NIIUC The most important factor in good a bull as ;you ca. afford. A

1."i' improving a beef herd is the attention good bull has far-reaching and 4
of the herdsman," declares worthwhile influences on the herd. 1
I County Agent Rudy Hamrick. I II You are taking a step forward
i | "It's a good idea to look over every time you obtain the services
, the cow herd at least once a day. of a good bull. YOU DESERVE THE BEST
I Ii i Some cattlemen will inspect their So, the County Agent advises,
animals twice a day. This frequent as ;you check your-herd for trouble, I Bury one u\\ our Modern, GuaranteedINTERNATIONAL

inspection is desirable so that you check them for quality as well. RINGSEach
t
: ,:tiv can quickly spot anything that Eliminate the poor animals and replace -
mierht be wrong with the cattle." them, as opportunity affords of these International Birthstone
But there is another good reason with better ones. "It will pay you Rings carries a written Guarantee
for observing your animals care- i to emphasize quality in your commercial against Breakage or Loss of these
s full}. Dr T J Cunha of the Florida herd," says Hamrick. Modern Brilliant Birthstones.
.. Come in- Pill cat an International
IJ ii I ;* Agricultural Experiment Stations
Ring, ard v,iho ir I't:rhase, we will
points out that as you look over
LrIs give tow Let '\f'n GlU!lmee.WAY1dE .
i the herd for possible trouble, ;you Mr and Mrs Carl Karstedt and
s s F can also inspect: your cattle with two children Mary Helen and Bill,
regard to type and conformation. and Mrs H Merryday spent Sun-
He emphasizes that you should day in Lake City with Mr Kar-: i.E&I
stedt's mother, Mrs TV Karstedt,
try to develop a herd with as few
\\ho is now convalescing at her I
faults and with
as possible as good
home after surgery at a Valdosta i I
conformation and beef type as i
hospital. i i
possible. This means a continuousjob
of herd improvement becauseit
I
takes a long time to develop an
outstanding herd of cattle. rDi.U f f.f'J

What goal should you try to
reach with your cattle? Hamricksays
SING SING IS ONE. PEN
NOW ENLARGED AND the ideal beef animal shouldbe WITH A LIFETIMEGUARAMTEE. Your repairman will
compact and lowset. It shouldbe .
thickly! and evenly fleshed, with
be doing the right
good development in the ,region of

the loin high-priced and ribs. Its cutsthe body should round have, thing by coming to us
BETTER EIlUIPPEDII I ) r
considerable! width and depth
in the
throughout, with good lines, and for anything
with all parts smoothly blended to-
gether. The animal's legs should be way of Auto Parts.

New Full Line of Famous. straight and squarely set. The bone
Equipment -
= should be ample and show plentyof Have him come in
ft '
quality. Beef cows should show I.
'Phillips 66 TiresWe've femininity and bulls should show I : s and see-he'll agree.

pronounced masculinity. 199
I Hamrick declares some of the
Alemite Front End common faults to look for and
eliminate in your herd are crooked

Machine legs, high flanks, narrow chests, I
.1 Alignment long necks coarse plain long heads, i

uneasy top lines steep rumps, lack !
added one extra of fullness]] in the rounds and others I II II I r AUTO PARTS, Inc.
When selecting a bud for your -
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\ Electronic WheelBalancer I bay to our station giving strong in the points where the cows .MACHINE< :SHOP- ; ERVICE'
are weak. "p KNEY'sr.'M: DISON. i. PK"one'H ;3",2'2-21' _

1. Remember the better the bull,I LIVE OAK, FLA., PH. FO 2-2329; Ql'ITMAN, GA., PH. 4401
and the better he is than your I I
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The nylon PAYING FOR BETTER SCHOOLSThe Sofa Bed 9'SPlatform '

I% Rocker

IV.v tricot, smock Council regular PTA had meeting a very of interesting County TV Chair

meeting at the Lee School. There Two End Tables

was a good county representation I U Coffee Table
I ) with the barrel present. Two Lamps

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In the business session Mrs JohnJ Two Throw Pillows

of shape..by Thigpen, President, was elected
delegate with Mrs M C Wooley Piece Living Choice ofColors
:)
.alternate, to State Convention Nov
18, 19, and 20th. Hope was expressed Room Group
$; that each local unit would

'I send at least one representativeto .. .
I this important convention. b"_ .
After business session the panel t 'j !;
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composed of Mr Griffin Bishop and \

local Presidents, Mrs Bob Jenkins, _
Cherry Lake, Mrs Geo Williams
: Pinetta, Mr Cecil Hicks, Lee and
So easy and chic and Mr Wilbur Rutherford, Madison

t t "relaxed youTI wonder how discussed ways and means of pay-
you ever lived without it. ing for better schools. We planto

Makes a wonderful rOM have follow-up information on _

4 \ sad (important) answers this at our next regular meeting
scheduled for Jan 5 1960 at Green-
the doorbell with
ille.] .
beautiful86uranee. ..

Pttshed-up sleeves button-up BABY BROWNINGMr !

1 front,no-trduble-at-all
f nylon tricot...Eureka! and Mrs Bob Browning of r ,
J \ / Tallahassee announce the birth of a
son Monday morning'in' Tallahassee
Gomes in
\
Memorial HospitaLSHORTHORN .
'- Powderpa$Pink, if : ;,. Same Suite

Aquarelle, .
". Coral BREEDERS TO /7 in Heavy Guage
Ladybug HOLD BIG SALE AT CAMILLAThe S '
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and Blue Blase. Plastic Covers169.95
Small,Medium and Large. largest Shorthorn and polled ,
'$8.95Martha's Shorthorn cattle sale ever held in I YOU CAN GET IT WITH CREDIT AT* 1
the Southeast will take place at .
e Camilla, Georgia, Friday, October
23, when the Southeastern Regional
t Shorthorn Breeders' Association
DOWLING FURNITURE CO.
.... 'I gathers there for its 24th semi-
208 N. PATTERSON .Si;- : r annual show and sale. This will'be
the third year in a row the sale
VALDOSTA has been held at the Mitchell .
128 N. Patterson Valdosta Ga CH 2151SI "
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I W. B. Davis Jr. FOR RENT: Completely furnished %t/ I BRING IT TO THE
i house, electrically equipped, large I i.
grounds and barbeque pit. CALL
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE:
ACREAGE FARMS SATURDAY or SUNDAY only. I-." f North
Florida
J BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL HU 36460. 6-lt-ch Recapping Company :;
BIGGEST SHORTHORN AND
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL FOR RENT: Downstairs apartment AVON CALLINGEarn
I APPRAISALS to permanent couple, private bath POLLED SHORTHORN SALE On U. S. 90, opposite Ragang Motor Co.

J ABSTRACTS OF TITLE and private entrance. MRS M L extra money now for EVER HELD IN THE v Madison
Fla.
TITLE INSURANCE WALKER 115 W. Dade Street Christmas bills. Serve customers SOUTHEAST ,
112 West Base Street Phone HU 36243. 5-lt-oh who demand AVON products.

, MADISON. FLORIDA Write AVON, Box 3103, Tallahassee and get new tire service out of it
r Phone HU 3-6277 FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished Florida :

apartment, and a newly furnished __ I ,
I BROADUS WILLOUGHBY garage apartment. Apply MRSJ __ WE ALSO HAVE RE-CAP TIRES FOR SALE
J NEWMAN, Phone HU 3-2523,
. REALTOR
311 North Range St. 4-4t-ch ,
: Phone office, HU 3-6481 JOHNW.WADSWORTHRegistered ftS
'( ?' hone, residence. HU 36481 They will give you all the Tread Service A New Tire
.. MADISON, FLORIDA FOR RENT or SALE: Two bed-
room house facing Cherry Lake. SurveyorPhone will, or more, and at much less cost
FOR SALE: Home and income See ROBERTS GROCERY or
3-unit apartment house. Excellent, Phone Cherry Lake 8396. 4-4t-ch HU 3-2372 CAMILLA, GA. Yours for tire conservation
I reconditioned large plot, located in MADISON. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 23rd
Edgewood subdivision. $1500 down, FISHING DISCONTINUED in Gib- ,
I; balance like rent. son pasture after Thursday, Oct. . . . SALE STARTS AT 10:30: A.M. NORTH FLORIDA RECAPPING COLSULLIVAN'S

15th, 1959. The Game Commis- STORE FRONT
FOR SALE: Super A Farmall trac- i
sion and I appreciate your co SOUTHEASTERN .
tor and equipment. CHEAP. O. A. operation. PETE GIBSON. 6-lt-ch Designing and Installation REGIONAL
BASS Rt. 1, Pinetta, Fla. 7ltpdFOR COLUMBIA GLASS & PAINT CO. SHORTHORN and POLLED

I I SALE: Seminole oats, $1.40per HELP WANTEDYou Lake City, Fla. Phone 1227 SHORTHORN SHOW BREEDERS'and SALE ASS'N

bushel; germination 915%. No . . . .
Over 200 head .
noxious or other weeds. SAMPALA MADISON OVERCOMES all registered
FARMS Phone HU Consigned by 35 top herds from
LAKE can become successful in
PERRY 27 TO 6 t five Southeastern States. SINCLAIR STATION
7-4t-ch
3-6860. 'business for yourself. Opportunitynow

in Madison County. For" information Quarterback Donnie Floyd, displaying 64 Bulls : 23 twoyearsoldand
see C E HOWE, 914 equal talents on the groundand over. 22 from twenty to
FOR SALE: One usedmounted White St., Live Oak or writeRAWLEIGH'S through the air, led Madison twenty-four months. 14 eighteento
FAJ-140-534 Discount NFJC StudentsCHECK
DEPT. High School's foot ball team to a twenty months, 5 under eighteen to
John Deere Memphis, Tenn. 27-6 victory over Perry last Friday months.
Oct. 2, 16, 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20, pd night.
118 Female lots Some in
bar- MALE HELP WANTED Floyd ran for the first two Mad- show condition, in ON OUR GAS PRICES
corn picker at a Wonderful Opportunity for high ison scores on eight and 60-yard flesh. Many cows many with calves pasture at

caliber, energetic men between ages scampers in the second and third foot.
gain. 21 to 45 with old reliable Insurance periods. He also ran for the extra JIMMY SULLIVAN new owner, cordially invites the public to
Company. Excellent pay and train- point after his initial score. Attend and find out for yourself
ing program during training period. The 6-1 180-pounder threw to why Shorthorns >are the nation's come by for efficient, dependable and courteous serviceor
Groover Tractor Co. I Ii you have the above qualifications Shot Walker for a fourthperiodtally fastest expanding beef breed. Fe-

: call HU 3-2369 any time for ap that covered 20 yards. Gibbs male classes judged at 3:00 p. m.,

pointment. 4-4t-ch kicked the extra point. I Thursday, October 22; banquet
FOR SALE: 320 acres of land 5 Billy Rutherford got the Red Thursday, 7:00 p. m.; Bulls judged I
miles west of Madison. Write R, WANTED: Two curb girls and a Devils' final score on a 34-yard I 8:30 a. m., Friday, October 23; Phone HU 3-2528 Madison Fla.
night cook. Curb service 3 p. m.
Box 570 Madison, Fla. 6-2t-ch touchdown ,
run. Buddy Ragans ran sale starts at 10:30 a. m. Judge
to 12 m. at WHITE-TOP I
p. for the PAT. Dr. R. A. Long,, Univ. of Ga.
PLACE FOR SALE: On Highway DRIVE-IN on U S 53 south of Perry quarterback Mack Landry -I Auctioneers: Pete Swaffar, Tulsa, On U. S. 90-Cor. Base Washington Sts.the .

90, two miles west of Green- Madison. 3-lt-ch scored Perry's touchdown in Okla., Ray Brockinton, Haddock,

ville, Fla. Business with living WANTED: Some nice, soft, clean the final period on a four-yard Ga.; Don Smock. Indianapolis, Ind.
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quarters combined. G B GIL- rags. No buttons or woolens. THE
LEAN, R 3, Box 57, Greenville, ENTERPRISERECORDER.LOST run.Floyd was the offensive show SHORTHORNS MORE
Florida. 3-4t-pd for the visitors, carrying 14 times FOUNDS MORE DOLLARSFor patented
in vicinity of Johnny Hod- for 163 yards. He passed six times
FOR SALE: Tobacco shade poles nett's place: One Z-month-old completed five for 95 yards. catalog or further information SIEGLERI
and fence posts. JESSE STAL- male bird dog pointer puppy. On defense, Jim Bunting and address W R Pullen, Damascus,
VEY. 104 Peach St., HOMER- White with brown head. Answersto Maury Blalock were the outstanding Georgia.Mrs .

VILLE GA.. Phone HU 7-2117. name SKY. Wearing collar i players for the winners. I i
6-5t-pd with name John Cherry, Madison, Tackle Henry Capps was the defensive I I
I Fla. thereon. Reward for returnto
for Perry.
'
SALE Five house. mainstay
FOR : room
JOHN CHERRY, HU 3-6485. Clare Hardee Parramore of ;
conveniences, over 6 acres
Modern
.6-lt-ch Reddington Beach Fla., is here fora i
FARMERS MUTUAL ELECTS
land. Terms can be arranged.
visit this week with Mr and
MRS K DEMBINSKI, Rt 3 Box OFFICERS AND DIRECTORSCarl
I REWARD for whereabouts 1956 Mrs James Hardee.
112, Madison, Fla. 6-lt-pd Johnson 30 hp motor, serial RJE- 1

18c stolen from my place at Sims was elected presidentof Y
FOR SALE: Practice piano. See For your grinding and mix-
Kath- Cherry Lake, Fla. THEO HURRAY the Farmers Mutual Exchangeat
HAZEL WEST at
MRS ,
leen's Beauty Parlor, or call HU phone 2031, Quitman, Ga. the annual meeting Thursday ing on your farm, call \VEST

3-6762 after 6 pm. 4-tf-ch 44tchLIVE evening held at the Agricultural END MILLING COMPANY, i

STOCK AUCTION Center. Officers chosen to serve Qaitman, Ga. Call phone 4971
FOR' SALE: Peavine hay $40 per I amazili as
ton; Coastal Bermuda, $30 per SELL your cattle and hogs In our with him were. P K Pittman vice collect I .
5 more. auction each Monday. Sales start at president and Dean Brown secre-
ton. at least tons or mrir
Call HU 3-2246, Madison, Fla. I 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK tary-treasurer and store manager. SERIOUSLY ILL OF .. 1
62tchFOR YARDS, Monticello. Fla. 3-tf-ch Elected on the Board of Direc- BRAIN INJURY '

tors for the new year were Cole- -
SALE: Black rye, AB-100 oats '
and some oats and rye mixed, I' JEWELERSFor man Richardson. Roger Williams, Clifton Goodman, four year old I
about half and half. Good germi- GIRARDIN Dalton Mercer, Wiley Blair,. Ver- son of Mr and Mrs Dorman Good- I

nation. CARL SMITH, Rt "2, Madison non Wells, Alton King, Walter man of Greenville is in a serious

Fla. 6-lt-pd Cone and the new officers, who I condition in an Albany, Ga hos- s
.
SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL serve ex-officio. I pital of an accidental brain injury
POURS 2 TIMES MORE HEAT OVER
QUITMAN DIAMONDS, JEWELRY Carl Sims was elected new Friday of the past week.

EXPERT REPAIRING chairman of the Board. Mr Brown The accident occurred in the yardat 1 1tttfpI I THE FLOOR than ever before, !

TELEVISION SERVICE gave the annual financial reportof the Goodman home, when the I 1 Don't go through another winter

owl MEMBERS the store and other operational 1 little boy was struck on the head with cold floors! J on't let an ordinary

401 E Stevens SL NATIONAL 'activities. The three hundred fiftyor by a sharp piece of wire thrown up heater with no Inner Heat

We Repair BRIDAL r more guests present includedthe by a rotary mower being operatedby I Tubes or built-in Blower System I!

Record-Players-Automobile RadiosA SERVICEVALDOSTAGA. families of Exchange, members. his father. The wire struck with I continue to waste your money by ,

Few Choice SelectionsIN I A motion picture was shown of l&>rce enough to penetrate the brain.B over-heating the ceiling. Start saving t
USED TV SETS the'growth of the Cotton Producers I and enjoy the amazing comfort '
Work guaranteed satisfaction the 1 of SUPER Floor Heat in every
Association which emphasized
G Waring left for
Sunday
PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE room without costly pipes and registers -
advance in that field.
OUR WAY OF SAYING 303 No. Patterson Jacksonville Beach to visit his to install. Buy a completely
"THANK YOU" The evening ,terminated in a niece, Mrs Earl M Shine, for two 1 automatic Siegler NOW! !
I social hour when coffee cold drinks I weeks. Waring Wyche accompanied Y
Phone 9481 Quitman Ga. and a variety of sandwiches and him and returned MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
J. D. Sunday night.
Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers ScruggsFORESTER cakes were served. I' I

BEFORE SELLING your timberor NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
timber land please see me. We REGISTERED SURVEYOR. Mrs Agnes Young entered the i NAME LAW
are also interested in buying a Ph. HU 3-61S6 Tallahassee hospital the past week. r

limited amount of pine-hardwood MADISON, FLA. I Notice is hereby given that the PAJtNJED&FOKCfO.AlKGAS
pulpwood delivered by truck to ,
undersigned, desiring to in i

See Foley,write Fla.' or or loaded call on R R cars. FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm : Goodyear Tires $12.95 of business Madison under Laundromat the fictitious,engage in name the HOME.HEATER


Rt. 3 L., Madison P. GIBSON, Florida Timber Ranch Loans 670 x 15, Ail-Weather, tube-type,] Setzer's Madison Shopping Center, Come in for 0, fREE hot cle.NsfmOI'
Madison, Florida, intends
to regis-
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363
Long Terms Low InterestSEE plus tax and recappable tire. ter the said name with the Clerkof

FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentwith THE REPRESENTATIVE AT the Circuit Court of Madison Western Auto Associate Store

one bedroom, living room, THE MADISON COURT HOUSE MESSER County, Florida..* ,
kitchen and private bath, for EVERY TUESDAY MORNING.Mr The REG Corporation 106 East J. J. SALE. JR.. Owner
couple only. Also for sale: Three Jefferson Street, Tallahassee, Flori- .
fuel oil heaters. MRS E F DICKINSON and Mrs Dean Brown are Battery & Tire Co. 108-110 E. Pinckney St. Phone HU 3-2385. ,

Phone HU 3-2396. spending a week's vacation at Dog I' da.By: Edwin S. Fleet, Second Vice Madison, Florida .
I 6-tf-ch Island. President 4-4tch 1 I -
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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODISTCHURCH !
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preaching service every Sunday : ss
\WELCOME YOU COMPLETE NEED YOUR WATCH REPAIRED? When buying your
A preaching Service every Sunday LINE
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. SEE KELLY WATCHMAKER 'M'ffff! Iff6IN6II

2nd Sunday and School 4th Sundays each 7:30 p. m. morning 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. FLOOR TILESAND All Repair Work Guaranteed i E-R from Newsboys f
GOOD USED
WATCHESNew
2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. t
Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday. watches and bands fur that Please DO NOT park in the

Prayer Service each 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. appreciated gift. street and make your newsboy run
8:00
Wednesday p. m. into the street to make a sale.,
out
2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP.
Family Night covered Family Night Covered Dish Supper2nd I CABINET TOPS Kindly pull over to the curb.
dish Friday MADISON
supper
I Our newsboys have instructionsto >< Ail
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. Friday night every month and
: STAY OUT of the streets,
Woman's Society of promptly at 7:00 p. m. Howerton Supply Co. \\ we will appreciate your co-cperat- FAVOR AGED

Christian Service Woman's. Society of Christian Ser- DAVIS-JONES WEDDINGN ing with us AND THEM for

meets Thursday after vice meets on Monday night after GAINESVILLE THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very 4 YEARS

1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
Men's Club meets IN WOOD
Methodist ,
The Methodist Men's Club ,meets much.NEW
alternately with Rocky WMU OFFICERSThe
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alternately with Cherry Lake -
on
Springs Tuesday after The Westside Baptist Chapel in
4th Sunday 8:00 p. m. Tuesday after the 4th Sunday Gainesville, Fla, was the settingfor
Official Board meets 1st Wednesday 8:00 p. m. I SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW the 4 pm wedding ceremony WMU of the First Baptist \\Kffit 0$ Vital
each even numbered month The Official Board meets each M A F Sunday, Sept. 20,' of Miss Melba church recently elected the following -

after prayer service. I month following the supper on 7:30 A, Is!. Gospel Music Jean Davis daughter of Mr and officers for the new year:

Commission: on Education meets Family Night. 7:55 News Mrs George Alvin Davis of Gainesville President, Mrs 0 R Hamrick Jr; I Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.
8:00 Baptist Hour and First Vice-Pres, Mrs J A Davis;
1st Wednesday each odd numbered P. K. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. Dewey Alvin Jones, of I .
month after service. 8:30 Gospel Music Gainesville, son of Mrs Jeannette Sec Vice-Prcs, Mrs C E Russell;I PERRY, FLORIDA
prayer
MRS W.
W. CATLEDGE
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Treas.C.
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. DAVIS 9:00 Revival Time Jones, of Madison, and Mr II D II Sec. & Treas Mrs John Sevor;
THOMAS SURLES, HARRY M. B. PASTOR 9:30 Gospel Concert Jones, of Jacksonville.The Business Circle Adviser Mrs Dora "NOnCEToOlDT

COCHRAN, Asst's.C. 10:00 News Rev John Touchberry per- Williams; Chairmen: Pra'erIrs R
B. DAVIS, Pastor. LEE METHODIST CHURCH 10:05 Sunday Serenade foimed the ceremony and Mrs C B Bryan; Mission Study, Mrs C W

10:45 Prelude to Worship Vernon Ragans, of Madison, sisterof Cantey; Community Missions Mrs Notice is hereby given that the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching Every Sunday.1st 11:00 Morning Worship the bridegroom, rendered a program II E McArthur; Publicity, Mrs A Board of County Commissioners

GREENVILLE, FLA. and 3rd Sundays 12:00 News of wedding music. H Wade; Publications, Mrs \V Si I.I. of Madison County, Florida will
Sunday School ____ 10:00 A. M. --..-- 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. 12:15 Afternoon Melodies Mrs Jim Gurtner, of Gainesville, Cooper Sr; Social: Mrs Wayne!I accept bids on petroleum productsat

Morning Worship ''''''__ 11:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 12:55 News was matron-of-honor and the bride's Burnette, Mrs W C Copeland Sr, I j their next regular meeting, No-

Faptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday School Every 1:00 Afternoon Melodies only attendant. She wore turquoise Mrs EVilson., Miss Bennie | vember 4, 1959, at 9:00 a. m., as
Et: "erring Worship ......_ 7:30 P. M. Sunday --_______ 10:00 a. m. 1:30 Afternoon Melodies blue lace and chiffon over taffeta I Wilder; Stewardship, Mrs II D follows:
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. MHANSON Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:40 Serenade In Blue with matching hat 'and accessories.Her Warnock; Coupon Mrs W P Ellis.11 I Regular Gasoline .

.......... ...._--._--..-...,,-.-._ 6:00 p. m 1:55 News bouquet was of pink carnations. Circle chairmen are: No. 1 Mrs Diesel Motor Oil -
METHODIST CIIURCII ZEB WILLIAMS Pastor :?:OO Hour o: Decision LOVELY BRIDE Van H Priest; No. 2 Mrs J J
Premium Grade Motor Oil
Preaching Services every First BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt. 2:30 Musical Sunday Mr Davis gave his daughter in Conway: No.3. Henry Messer;It.o. | SAE No. 40 Gear Oil
Third 11:00 A. Is!.
and Sunday 2:55 News Smith BusinessWomen
marriage. She chose a waltz length 4, Mrs Johnny ; Regular Chassis LubricantNo.
and 7:30 P. M.
PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 3:00 Musical Sunday gown of nylon lace over taffeta, Miss Irene Williams. 2 Diesel Fuel.
Sunday School every Sunday 3:55 News and her fingertip veil of silk illu-
10:30 A. M.! Preaching every Sunday Bids will be opened at 9:00 a. m.
before Sunday School ____ 1000 A. M. 4:00 Hit Parade sion was attached to a pearl ban FROM November 4, 1959. The Board reserves -
gamily Night:: Saturday 4:55 News CONVALESCING
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She
Every second Sunday 4:00 P. M. Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M. 5:00: Music At Sundown tuberoses centered with a bouquet a white I I i I EYE SURGERY all bids., the right to reject any and

!REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 5:30 Headlines & Weather
orchid. Her ornament
.. only was a DALE M. LESLIE Clerk
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. 5:33 Sign Off pearl necklace a gift from the Mrs J P Kinsey, of Pinetta, who Board of County Commissioners.,
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting every PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO bridegroom.Mr had serious eye surgery recently in 7-2t-ch

Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M.W CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Jim Gurtner, -Gainesville, Valdosta is now convalescing at
Morning Worship _....... 11:00 A. M. B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ was best man, and serving as ushers I the home of her daughter, Mrs J F BIRTHDAY PARTY
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. ARTHUR ,CRUCE. Training Union were Glendell and Wendell Davis I Collette at Madison, Mrs Roy
Evening Worship ..._._._ 7:30 P. M. Daily Program Schedule or Gainesville, twin brothers of;I Cone, of Orlando, spent last week
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST the bride I here visiting her sister. Mrs Col Mrs Simon Kinsey, Jr entertainedwith

Brotherhood last Thursdayof GURR, Minister WMAP 1230 ON YOUR DIAL Mrs Davis the bride's mother, lette, and mother, Mrs Kinsey. a children's party Thursday

each month at ........ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO 6:00 AJtL Sign On I wore beige lace with brown accessories -I afternoon, October 1, honoring her
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. and a corsage of pink Mrs R V Dial has returned froma youngest son, Abe. on his fifth

>Evelene Kelley Circle 6:25 World & State News carnations. visit in Jacksonville with her birthday. About twenty young

3rd Thursday _...._.. 2:30 P. M. Come Worship With Us 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour Mrs Jones, mother of the bride- daughter, Mrs J Meek Clark.SmithCorona friends joined with Abe to cele-

V. L. SINGLETARY. S. S. Supt. Sunday School ___ 10:00 A. M. 6:45 Rudy Hamrick, ,groom, chose a blue printed dacron brate this happy occasion. Games
ALBERT KELLEY B.T.U. Director .*- Mon: Wed. Fri. dress black accessories and pink were played on the lawn, after
Morning Worship ______ 11:00 A. M. ( ) adding
REV LEWIS D. HUGHEN. Pastor I which the children were served ice
.
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 6:55 World News carnation corsage.Immediately ,
and cake. Favors were party
WELCOME TO .. Evening Worship ......_ 7:30 P./N. 7:00 State News following the ceremony cream
hats, masks, and whistles. Assisting
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. 7:05 Coffee With Ray a reception was given by the Machines typewritersand in
Mrs Kinsey entertaining were
Sunday School........... 10:00 A. M. Brotherhood, 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 7:45 World News bride's parents in the church par- Bobby and Candy Kinsey and Pa-

Morning Worship ...__ 11:00 A. M. Jack Pickles _......_._ S. S. Supt 7:50 State News lors.The I cash registers. tricia Ezell. Abe received many
Training Union ...._._ 6:30 P. M. Sim Andrews .... B. T. U. Director 7:55 Weather News couple left later in the afternoon nice gifts.Aluminum.

Evening Worship ......._... 7:30 P. M. REV. .ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor 8:00 Coffee with Ray on a trip to South Florida I .

Prayer Meeting ......_..... 7:30 P. M. CHERRY 9:00 Morning Ltevotions Beaches. They will reside in Gaines- TheEnterpriseRecorder screens and frames
LAKE BAPTIST 9:15 Musical Interlude ville, where Mr Jones is credit
Church Business First
Meeting I
Wednesday night of each month. CHURCH 9:30 Music Unlimited manager for the Duval Jewelry Co. cost less than wood.
10:00 News REHEARSAL DINNERMr I HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second
Preaching Services every Sunday 10:05 Music Unlimited and Mrs C Vernon Ragans ---
Thursday night of each month.
Preaching Services Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 10:30 Music Unlimited entertained the Davis-Jones bridal I
Sunday
Every
With Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 11:00 Music Unlimited party and the immediate familiesat
Come Worship Us.
ALBRIITON BROS.TRACTOR
REV. DOZIER SAPP Pastor Sunday School, every Sunday at 11:15 Public Service dinner Saturday evening following -I .
10:00 A. M. 11:30 Record Session the rehearsal, at HolidayInn.

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M.t 12:00 World News Mrs Jeanette Jones. of Madi- CO.

REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes son, mother of the bridegroomwas -

Services every Sunday. at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood I 12:30 Talk Of The Town among the guests. Ct FIFTH STREET

Sunday School _.____hm_... 10:00 a. m. first Thursday every 12:40 Uncle Ned TEL. FO 2-2381
Morning Worship _...._ 11:00 a. m. month at 7:30 P. 1L 12:45 State News YOUR MASSEYFERGUSONDEALER

!Training Union -........... i:00 p. m. Everybody Welcome. 12:50 Farm News Keaton Beach On
Evening Worship _._... '8:00 p. m. REV. J. R. COLLINS Pastoc. 12:55Veather News LIVE OAK, FLA.

Prayer Meeting Wed. .._ 7:30 p. m. 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST The Cuif'
1:55 \ News
*-. MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST 701 South Range 2:00 Gospel Time O aa . . . . a .
CHURCH I Bible Study __ 10:00 A. M. .

1 KEv:: JACK LAMB Pastor :Lord's Supper and 2:45 2:30 Public Afternoon Service Melodies I Water front lots priced from One Great Team
S. R. Sapp Chairman Board of Edification 11:00 A. M.
2:55Vorld 10't: down balance to '
& State .
News $993. .
Deacons. Bible Study ___ 7:00 P. M. I

Billy Bailey ....... BTU Director Preaching ._.. 7:30 P. tLadies' 3:00 Afternoon Melodies suit. Safe, clean bathing beach,
; Gas &
3:45 Public Service I : Amoco White Super Permalube Oil :
Leroy Cruse ....... Associate Director Class'! Thursdays 4:00 7 News good fishing and hunting, just

Leroy Cruse ...._. S. S. Supt. NEW HOPEFUL 4:05 "*" Request Parade the spot for your Beach Home, T ;,

Miss Merle Bass .......... Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 4:55Vorld" & State News or week-end Retreat at a price r .

:Mrs Juanita Cruse ........_ Pianist Services every fIrst and third 5:00 Request Parade ulequalled place on the .

t Sunday School ._...... 10:00 A. M Sundays at 11 a. In., and 8:00 p. m.Sunday ,):45 Sports Highlights any .
School Sunday 10:00a. 6:00 World News coast. 20 mi. S.V.. of Perryon .
every
Morning Worship ....._ 11:00 A. M.
m.Training 6:15 Twilight Tunes Hwy. S361 (soon to be completed 0p
"Training Union ..... 7:00 P. M.
Union every Sunday 7:00 6:55 News .
Zvening Worship ...._ 8:00 P. M. 7:00 Sign Off south via Steinhatchee).
p.m. .
Prayer Meeting Wed 730 P. M. REV. W., T. RYCROFT. Pastor PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO Come see us, or write P. 0. J

lust as I am. without one plea. BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Box 301, Perry, Florida. .

3? come Regardless of your clothes Welcomes You 4-6t-pd .

condition. Whether cotton Home Services Every Sunday WAKE UPRARIN' .

spun. You are welcome in our, REV CARL V. IVEY, Pastor

church service. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. TO GO' Georgia : MEDDERS :
Morning Worship ___. 11:00 A. M.
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Choir Practice ..._.._ 6:00 P. M. Without Nagging Backache
Sunday School........... 10:00 A. M. Training Union 6:30 P. M. need Vow from I Ton nagging can ret backache the fast relief headache you PLATE GLASSfiCO .

Morning Worship ..._ 11:00 A. M. ___. 7:30 P. M. and mu.ealar.ebes and pains that often
Evening Worship --.-__ 7:30 P. M. Evening Prayer Meeting Worship, Wed.-- 7:30 P. M. oat cause feelings.restless nights When and these miserable discomforts tired 1pa Y <
youth service Wednesday 8OO-P. M. come-on with orer-exertion or stress and GLASS AMOCO STATION
strain-yon want relief-want it fast I
ADVENTIST
"-. EEV. B. B. BRICKLEY. PastorL. SEVENTH-DAY Another disturbance may be mild bladder
CHURCH irritation following wrong food and GLASS BLOCK j
D. S. SERVICE Mad- drink-often setting OP a restless uncomfortable 0
Saturday at MIRRORS
Services every feeling. *
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF ison American Legion HalL waya:1.Doaa's by Peas speedy wort pain-relieving fast in t separate actionto / : ARN1E MEDDERS Owner : :

LATTER DAY SAINTS Sabbath Schoolbegins 2.p. m. ease torment of nagging backache. 213 W. Savannah Ave. {
School ._ 10:00 a. m. Church Service at 3 p. m hesdiches. mosenUr aches and pains.
Sunday .w---- t. by soothing effect oa bladder irritation Phone: CHERRY 2-5283. New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas,Tires, Batteries "Ac.cessorfes. I
..__ 11:00am. S S Supt I. mild action
Sacrament Meeting E C WILLIS, by diuretic tending .
to increase output of the 15 mile of Valdosta Georgia e I
Relief <:5Atv:: and Friesthnod Time HAROLD YATES Pastor Tele- kidney tubes. LUBRICATION WASHING A POLISHING .
and place as announced at Sacrament Everyone Welcome! Enjoy n rood night's sleep and the I
Meeting. phone HU 36517. same M )ears.happy New relief Urge millions sue saves hare for money.over FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRATTON I .. CORNER BASE & SHELBY STS. .
SERVICES AT AMERICAN Get Dona's Pint today IOOAN'S
ALL MOTORS
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FREE Touch-typing course with PHONE HU 3-9419 j
LEGION HALLE SMITH-CORONA portable PlUS 10 per cent Down Payment a
R. CARRYL Branch Pres. every
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
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