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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: February 19, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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LegislatureGeorge I was notified Wednesday of
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following a detailed examination
W. Jewell Jr, local auto' t,, +
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salesman, tossed his hat into the rh
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I MCA! Hospital is also aearecHted
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by the State of Florida.Accreditation ,
.: OAK ML NEWS\ \ # means adequacy in

f.{ : \ [all bmnche/ o frospftai operation,
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'laid to rest Iebfl2"at 2'p "tn In : f MOt Hospital was favoraWy
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the Mt Horeb cemetery. Surviving o r pay F a.' noted by Dr Weir. This equipment
him are his wife, .Mrs Leila Mae I r'N iy was partly paid for by the. Heart
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I\ :McCormick, two sons, Leo Jr and I Association.A .
Dan all of Sarasota, three daughters -/ MM.I.1MIr- staff physician told the E-R

Mrs Earnest McCleUan of the National Accreditation was the.

/. Tampa Mrs Earl McClellan of Sti result of a-.Cooperative effort on
,. Augustine and Mrs Tom Lee of'' the part of the trustees, staff, and
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Clara, and several grandchildren personnel.
Rev W L Wynn conducted the
r last rites T J Beggs was in charge I FORMAL OPENING

'" of arrangements. NEXT WEEKEND

Mrs R L Crafton spent Wednesday s I --

f with Mrs Martin Reaves of,, ;. Fraleigh-Ashley T&T Companywill

5: Lee. | ,; 1"" ", II I I hold a big forma) opening at

Mrs W L\Wynn is spending this;' "t, their building on the VaWosta
r ,"55 S i highway next week-end, Feb 2S
week in Jacksonville teaching in : < .If. .; ,,,!,,'! I
..,. a School of Missions. I j ..'. ,' ... ..
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for full details.Announces.
Mrs John Hollingsworth con- 1
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:.4 operation. j T For Judge
, Mr W M King is still on the i: '
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\ :r,: sick Mr list.and Mrs Martin Reaves and I L : : f Edwin L (Eddie) Flowers announced

. family of 'Lee visited Mr and Mrs, this, week that he is a

R Enoch Keeling and Mr I E Reaves ;: candidate for County Judge in theI -
'. I' Democratic primaries in May. Mr
Sunday.
I I Flowers is a lifelong citizen oC:
h Mr Enoch Keeling returned Mont S. Madison County.
day from a visit In Tampa with. .
'"' his daughter, Mrs Bob Dollahyde. y Y e y v a ROTARY CLUB

Mr Bud Hughes and Mr and Mrs ,
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t Frank Crafton and family of] d The program at the Rotary Club
V' Odessa spent the weekend here Wednesday centered about the
" with Mr and Mrs W I Reaves,j activities of the Madison County

':" They also visited Mr and Mrs Heart Association and included
t Cecil Crafton and Mrs Lllla Craf-'} short addresses by Mrs Virginia
r_,,: returned't I Gross Airs Mary Weger and Dr
: ton. Mrs Hattie Hughes J
i W J Coggins. Dr Coggins presented
', home with them for a visit slides and outlined first

.f1, 'Harry Grafton had as spend the aid measures for patients with, heart
c, night visitors Saturday Linda- ,II IIE trouble. These illustrations eovered
Debris Caroline and: Joe Crafton. S. the subject of what to do before
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; Mrs R P Buchanan and Mrs ........ the doctor arrives. A question and
Bobby Buchanan were visitingMrs : answer period followed the pro
I : : gram.
and family near I 'i
, Finley Day 'j
Seniors, Misses Carolyn Stokes, Lin-
:" Lee Wednesday.. Ir' j 4' tY still Bill Stokes and visiting Rotarian -

Mr and Mrs Bobby Buchanan J P Porcheddu of Danville.

spent the weekend at ,Dine with I, i Illinois, also three High School
her parents, 'Mr and Mrs Ross;:' Seniors. Carolyn Stokes Linda
Arnold. I Iti / Briiuon and 'Janie Wigefeworth.
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DISMISSED FROM HOSPITAL I University of Georgia at Athens
t: ...--- has been Initiated into Delia Phi

Ruby Lee EngliSh. t fotiryeaT old Epsilon sorority, and elected editor I

daughter of Mr and Mrs Wesley of the chapter's magazine.

I": English, of Greenville was. Binder BOY SCOUTS IN CAMP. AT COURT HOUSE LAST WEEK._ (E-R Photos. I Ir
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Madison County RegistrationThe
treatment at r Ings visited them Sunday also. I II I Mrs Lessle Bryant of Jacksonville f at 2 o'clock. The family have the
: Memorial Hospital here :for a week I LEE NEWS\ I NOTESThe ,
I Announcements are being received i came Sunday for a visit with sympathy of their many friends
her body.
for accidental burns on her brother and sister-in-law. Mr' Mrs Maud Newsome has an registration books for the
8th and that Mr and Mrs Clifford I I'I'I II
She entered February many friends of Mr R E and Mrs L A Lamb. :Mrs Lamb's apirtme&t with ?InV D Johnson. May 1960 primary election will
I{ was dIsmlsS Monday the. 15th Ragans of Cocoa are the ..proudparents be in the officeof
Ragans regret that he is in the, I mother Is spending a while with Her friends hope that she will en open every day
and Is convalescing at her home. of a baby boy born Feb her. I her borne. the Supervisor of Registration
joy new
hospital having had a heart ;attack -! February andMarch
through
and light stroke on his right: 10, I960 at 7:34 p. m. He weighed I Mr and Mrs W p .Allen and There will be a reception at the January .

t i Doyle Brown, in who hit neck sufferedstrained when side Friday night. I 6 lbs and 13 oz. 21 inches Ions. i children: Richard,, aai Barbara of I II education building after services If you registered In 1958 or

he eU from ligaments a truck load of poles Mr and Mrs 0 H Took, Mr and His name is Basle Cartyie Ragans,, I Jacksonville were here again last Sunday evening at the Methodist since you are OIC for voting and

r.r r near. Orange Park o.e week sea Mrs L M Green and Mr G W Mr Jim Anderson entered the I:Sunday due to the illness cl Mrs church for their pastor, Rev E W do not' have to re-register.
wts ,treated at fee Ml **..... Toote of.Winter haves were weekend local: hospital! Sunday seriously QL ARTHUR E. BAGANS
g
AIA'i WWlandaT Mcbootal and new bride. They will
and deed: bt wW I** .M guest W. the, L B Welch, fatsO Reports are that he hat 1 derrbk Mg 4 ".-.- Supervisor of Registratioa.
.. ee t...... cY lr..Mr p4 Xn.W J.r Jer* ._, 1A aai & ., .'" who aftet'AQO also >e given a pantry shower. 19-Tkru Marclralt.a.
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J appreciate your ad copy by what you may think after Dr Clyde L Brothers was guest
speaker at the Woman's Cub tun dn-
j I 5 p.m. TUESDAY. THANKS. the election, many voters, con Thursday at the dub House.

and do read give 'em Dr Brothers spoke
can so mainly of the I

Press Associate To your pitch for a Vote in the efforts Department be'ng' toward made by eradication the Health of 128 N. Patterson Valdosta Ga CH 2-1515

friendly E-R. ,
diseases, and suffering in the community .
Madison
Meet In lie told of the work entailed
.NFJCHistTo In caring for the 1242 persons
I on the Madison County Welfare
The Florida Junior: College Press I roll, by the local official set-up. In $199.OO
Association w.ll hold their semiannual Presidents conclusion'' he proposed a full-time
: meeting in Madison at the Health Department for the county i
North Florida Junior College Li Instead of the present unit in the

bury an February 19 and 20, reports The North Florida Junior Collegewas two-county set-up. He said Taylor
the Association's President, host on February 11 and 12 to County is already considering its 8-PIECE BEDROOM GROUP . . . . $169.95:
John Weed of Perry, Florida Weed, thirteen Junior college presidents own separate department. k Dresser and Mirror, Bookcase Bed, Chest, Innerspring
a student at NFJC, described the wbc met in Madison for an execu- Sirs Raeburn C Home gave a. a i Mattress. Box Spring 2 Pillows and Bedspread.t
group as the "largest junior college thc meeting of the Florida Association short talk concerning facts relative!
press association In the United of Public Junior Colleges. to the gerontology program in the
States. TIe main purpose of the meeting, town, county and State. I ,'
The following Junior colleges In according to Dr Marshall Hamilton, Mrs Van II Priest cave a resume .
Florida will send official delegates President of the North Florida of her work in the department of ,1
Pensacola, St. Petersburg, West: Junior College, was to discuss welfare locally and statewide.Dr ; ,

hIm Beach, St. Johns River, CenInJ problems common to all Institutions, Robert Kennedy told brieflyof I I j .';
Florida Chipola, Manatee, Gulf as well as matters Important to the the choral club- in the process of I .' ..
next I I o rganiza tion. ,.t
Coast Orlando, Daytona, St Leo, meeting of the Florida Lt-gU-1 :
Korth. Florida, and Florida Christian lature. Mrs T C Coody called attention ]! .
college.- -- In addition, many One of the highlights of the meeting to the two handsome ladder-back II'|
colleges in the South will send ob- came on Thursday night February chairs added to the Club House'I!
ecners. 11, when the North Florida furnishings, one the gift from the !
'The program will consist of Junior College entertained the group, Junior Woman's Club and the other *I
talks by outstanding journalists, as with a dinner at the Madison purchased by the Senior Club; Mrs I I
veil as the election! of officers and Country Club. Mr Griffin Bishop, James Conway reported $27$?from :
the regular business meetings. Two I Superintendent of Public\ Instruction the benefit party for the March of,: IDfmm
receptions have been planned for Mr Van II Priest Chairman of Dimes. ray
Friday evening at 7 'p. m.-one at I the North Florida Junior College The Valentine decor was used I r
the home of Jimmy Scanlan, a Advisory CommIttee. ,and .Senator in the decon/ions of heaft-shapcd
Turner Davis arrangements of Pink Perfection
were amOng the guests
student at North Florida Junior
present. Dr and Mrs. Hamilton cameljias) centering the tables and
College; the other will be held at ./
the Madison Hotel.A served dessert to the group at their Valentine place cards. -

banquet beginning at 6:30 p. home following the dinner. OBSERVES NEGRO HISTORY
t i. on Saturday evening at the '
Madison Restaurant and a Sweetheart It's Here! WEEK

dance at 8 p. m. at the Madi- "X .t .. .
son Womans Club will climax! the I .- *?
two-day meeting. I The VALIANT at Negro History Week February'
Other officers of the Florida 1-12 was well carried out by all

Junior College Press Association RAGANS MOTOR CO. departments at Madison County -
arc Carol Anderson, Orlando Junior Training School. To climax the
:
College, Vice! President; Marcus observance, the social studies department P
Sheppard, St. Johns River Junior' Come by Today! presented sn impressive -
College) Secretary Gene .Glenrion,
; program in the cafetorium of the ,
St Petersburg Junior College,II 1 f a
NOTICE TO CREDITORS school Friday, February 12. .
Treasurer; and Mike Haddock, .
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I After the general opening exercises S
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Chipola Junior College)] Executiveyjce :
Florida Statutes i .
.President. with Alma T Keys acting .t r .-
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY as mistress of ceremonies, Gladys!
4 FLORIDA, IN PROBATE Davis gave the invocation & Betty\
J D Tuten PassesJ
r In re: Estate of Levy Webb, Moore recited "Deese Little Boots' j .
k {b!
., Deceased.TO: by Paul Lawrence Dunbar. The! .P I y a :i f v.wY
ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS '"Teen Tones" rendered a beautiful N 8
D Tu-en, 42, son of Mr and N { 5 h.
Mrs M P Tuten of Greenville,I.1. HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS selection "My Jesus I Love Thee". y? .
.passed away Feb. 12 In a Vero AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Two more of Dunbar's works 1 rs
You and each of are hereby
Beach you ** I Itoming"
hospital. His home was In "Jump Back Honey" and In the
Fellsmere, Fla. Burial notified and required to present any t'LiA. I 1 'rTti
in Sebastlan
was -| claims and demands which you, or ) were recited by Tommie'I II
: Sunday, Feb 14, wIth Revs! '
,
Wayne Collins and Vernon Crosby either of you may have against the I,Mitchell and Louise Davis rcspccIvely. # +, a
S in charge. estate of Levy Webb, deceased .
"Mr Tuten, who born J 1 late of said County, to the I The rest of the program was 5-piece
was
near
Shady Crete Is survived by his County Judge of Madison County, .patterned after Gary Moore's TV .
widow, the former Miss Olvilda] Florida at his office In the courthouse program Tve Got a Secret". The
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of said County at Madison Dinette Suite
Johnson of Madison, parents and panel consisted of Louise Davis,
Florida within calendar
eight
., one daughter Mrs Raymond Day Harmon
Sumpter James HL Teretha
months from the time of the first
grandchildren, three brothers. Eugene
: ,claim or demand shall be In writIng Jr and Melva James with Arthur
of Greenville Jack and Joe '
t .' of Jacksonville, and one sister Mrs and shall state the place of Elubbard acting panelist for the
residence and post office address AST Studerits'4ame on the ._
New croup.
T 'H Bryant, of Mexico iurvvt -
of the claimant and shall be swornto -
Ills father in law and mother It stage impersonating n&Dy renowned
by the claimant his ,agent or his ;
In law are Mr and Mrs Wash American Negroes, the panel
attorney, and any such claim or "e
I Johnson of Madison Count guessed the character's name. The
filed shall be void.
demand not so
r Giant Jumbo Hamburgers inJCin I GRACE J. WEBS audience was well entertained and I 3Th1J1 Free Delivery

II As Administratrix of the estateof informed by the ,program. Visitors
5' bun 40c Iri-i *
Levy Webb, Deceased. .included such outstanding: figures _

t i Q WHITE ,TOP DRIVE-IN First publication 2-19-60. REC

f' I 1y' StlletMlc Mew lit tff ..... the Sincannce E C Horton River Junior personnel College.Mr of.

credit at Dowlings
: COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICEU you need help In budding Gordon Toole. Mr and Mrs 1 <.

or planning or NEW or USED BUILDING MATERIALS We L M Green and Mr and Mrs 0 II

have It, '_ Js S' Toole of Winter Haven spent the .. -
MATERIALS week end herewith the L B Welch -- .
: : .. USED .LUMBER AND BUILDING : es. Mr Welch remains quite III. at l1 ,

I' H k.jp .. USED BRICK ., ? 'f.,' ;-t thy( time.Carroll. .
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Political AnnouncementsThe | FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER -
regular county political announcements i "Too Late! To Classify"FOR
I cost $10.00 and run j I DISTRICT FIVE MAC'S SPECIAL

until the election. They are to be I respectfully announce that I, SALE: Florida Runner peanut "tI'
paid for with the insertion order. am a candidate for the office of I seed in hull or shelled! ,
I Commissioner HOWARD I1UGHEY, R 3, Madi
County District 5
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Saturday, February 20 FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVEI son Fla. 262tpdFOR :! I I'I
DOUBLE FEATUREIN respectfully announce that I ama .. rf M dean County subject to the I -
LOVE AND WAR, in cinema- candidate for State Representative Democratic primaries in May, 1960.I SALE: New 3 bedroom., with '
Scope and DeLuxe color, starring 1 from Madison County subject to. promise honest, conscientious and I 2 baths, fuse located t in Priest:
Robert Wagner, Dana Wynter. the Democratic primaries in May courteous service to the best of my Subdivision. H. .,B. \\TNTEN-
Heartbreak and ecstacy. A warm 1960. If you elect me to this position : ability to all if you elect me to I BURG, Rt. 1 Madison, Fla.
funny, biting story of youth forcedto I will serve all of Madison: I this office. I earnestly solicit yourvote 2b-2t-pd

grow uP too fast. Dramatic dy County unselfishly and without I I and support. FOR SALE: One 3-bedroom house .. ,. I
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namite. Brilliant, breathless .drama. special favors to anyone. I earnestly I Sincerely .In Lakes.do Terrace $1250 down
Living, loving, laughing 'makingevery solicit your vote and support. of '
F T CTebo) Webb and assume mortgage >\556 per
moment count-because ,tomorrow Sincerely, I I month. BROADUS W1LLOUOH-
they may die. *' I GEORGE W. JEWELL* JR. BY, Realtor HU 36481. snvE uP To
FOR SCHOOL BOARD
The Bowery Boys In LETS; GO FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVEI DISTRICT TWOI FOR RENT: Two --smai two-bed
NAVY starring Huntz Hall,** Leo: 25
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respectfully announce that I room houses on South Shelby on
that I .
Gorcey Laugh your blues away I respectfully announce
candidate for School Apply Miss Florida Davis,
street
Stated am a Board
with the wackiest characters you'veever cm a candidate for "Repre
District 2, Madison County, subject I Phone Hu 36144. 25-2t-ch
met. A million difficulties face sentative from :Madison County,
them-but they have the answer. subject to the Democratic primariesIn I to the May 1960 Democratic pri- FOR RENT: Two" furnished apart- LIVING ROOM( DINING ROOM, BEDROOM

Cartoon. May, 1960. If you elect me to marie My greatest interest in our ments. MRS. J. J. NEWMAN, .
school S'Stem's for the best facilities -
Sunday-Monday, February 21 22 this position I will serve you phone IIU 3-2323.. 25-2t-ch SUITES DINETTE SETS
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING. honestly, soberly, and capably to possible. Being a parent of' ,

In cinemaSoope and DeLuxe color,j I the best of my ability. I will greatly i.three children in school gives me ] !
starring Hope Lange, Suzy Parker,I appreciate; your. vote and sup i much interest in our local schools Help Help Help Furniture will be sold at a big savings at Mac's present

Stephen Boyd. They wanted the .port. 'any I would appreciate the opportunity -, location to keep from moving to new location.
best of everything, but everythinggot I to serve you. I earnestly'soIeit'OW' .
the best of them. A glittering Sincerely. in the coming' Yes Help is wanted at the Customers and friends are invited to trade at Mac's on
support
spectacle of New York career girls A, L. (Rooster) Leggett, Jr. election White Top Drive-In. If you are! Range Street through February 27th and save ..

-slick and ,glossy, smooth and I' waitress or night cook don't
a ,
Cartoon. '. FOR COUNTY JUDGES Sincerely.R. Come in and see these bargains atMac's ..
sharp I respectfully announce that I W. (BOB) MILKER walk but run to the WHITE. ". ..: ..' .

Tuesday-Wednesday, February 23,, 24 am a candidate for County Judgeof TOP, and say, WHAT'S THE .
FEATURE Madison subject to the Furniture & ,
DOUBLE I I County AppliancesMADISON
FOR SCHOOL BOARD PEAL MR. )IERRITI.VA. .
,
THE MYSTERIANS, In :cinema- Democratic primaries in May I960.)
Scope and Eastman color, with a If elected I will serve all the FLORIDA
\ ED: FuH or part time sales ,
top cast of performers. The most people to the best of my ability DISTRICT. 2 ,
write TONEY
aweinspiringand! sensational with fairness to everyone and MADISON COUNTY FLORIDAI man. Phone or
science fiction thriller yet to be special privilege to none. I111 have discharged my duties to BUILDERS, INC, PO Box 541, "

seen. Earth men VS Invaders from greatly appreciate your vote and the best of my abilities in an Lake sty Fife, Phone :3736. MHS Student Council Membership DriveCherry
the planet mysterold. support. honest, progressive and economical 226-tf-ch
Our children's Interests and .
Sincerely, way. -- --
BOY! HEY GIRL! starring WANTED TO BUY 500 to 700:
HEY I betterment have always been upper- :
EDDIE
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EDWIN L. ( FLOVERSI Speaks Lake Post No. 224 American -
Louis Prima, Keely Smith. Applaud ----- I most in my mind and efforts. I acres of cheep land. Write II, Legion is staging member-
the nation's top son.J:-and-fun FOR SUPERVISOR OF hereby solicit your vote and sup I FOGLE, 1606 N Boston Ave, De- ship drive with ViceCommanderJohn a

team Louis in the and screen's Keely in musical their first delight REGISTRATIONI primaries port in the for May re-election, 1960 Democratic as your Land, Fl<<. Zi-2t-p3 Basketball season will soon be Merritt in charge. Drop by

starring roles. A picture for the School Board Member from Die LOST: Female Chesapeake retriever drawing to an end. However. the White Top Drive-In, and sign uptoday.

young In heart, regardless' of age. respectfully announce that I ama tact Two {\ I dog. honey color fast seen following boys hate a District Tournament, 22-3t-pd.
Cartoon. candidate for the office of Supervisor and possibly state Tournamentto
afternoon
Sincerely, I two boys Tuesday a
of Registration of Madison RUSS DUGAN Lake Frances. Finder yet. We wish to i
25, 26 'I at go encourage BABY PULLIAM
Thursday-Friday, February subject to the Democratic
DOUBLE FEATURE County I please noUfy J J SALE, JR, at everyone to go to the basketball i -
in I960. I promise
primaries May
TARZAN, THE APE MAN, in' honest, conscientious and courteous 1 QUALIFY FOR Western Auto, Madison. 25-lt-ch games and support the team. The S/Sgt and Mrs Ja nesV

Technicolor, starring the new Tarzan ..:' service to all if you elect me to REPRESENTATIVETwo Student Council is sponsoring the II Pulliam, Jr of Topeka, Kansas an-
Denny Miller with Joanna this office. I earnestly solicit your "CARDOFTHANKS sale of Red Devil pins and pen nounce the arrival of a baby girl

P.arnes'New and exciting adventureIn vote and support candidates for Representative nants. The cheerleaders need assistance -i Feb 4th. The little lady has been

jungle exploits. II Sincerely, from this county qualified to help them In cheering: named Tracy Diane. Mr and MrsJ

FACE OF FIRE, starring Cameron W. B. (BAILED) WYNN with the Secretary of State Tuesday The family of the late Anderson and think It would be a big boost i. W Pulliam Sr, of Pinetta are

Mitchell, Bettye Ackerman.I FOR SUPERVISOR OF : A L Leggett Jr of Greenville Williams wishes to thank the many for the team if as many peopleas I. the proud grandparents.
Fear turned their backs on a REGISTRATIONDear and George Jewell Jr of friends and neighbors for their possible could go to the District

hero. The stirring story of a young I I' Madison. words of sympathy, flowers, cards, Tournament In Quincy carry

'.. boy whose love fought fear. He friends and fellowcitizensof telegrams and consoling eulogy by ing a pennant or wearing a pin to i For Quality FurnitureFRIGIDAIRE
risked his life and lost his face
Madison County I want to thank Rev Grimes. show them we're from Madison.I .
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and was hunted for his heroism. THE WEATHER\ APPLIANCESFLOOR
Cartoon. each of you for your vote and support ALBIRDA WILLIAMS, wife, agree whole heartedly.: COVERING T-V's SEE
and your wonderful cooperation and family.MADISON At this time we wish to congratulate

while serving as your Registration Week ending Feb 16th the basketball teams for! 'WELLSFURNITURECO.MADISON .

For Quality ,Furniture officer I have endeavoredat Max Min. IU. WINS AGAIN the fine job they have done this. >;LAA
APPLIANCES all times to give you honest, Wednesday 72 S4T Madison High School's champion I year and to wish them continued i iI

FLOOR FRIGIDAIRE COVERING T-Vs SEE efficient and courteous service. On Thursday 71 .50 .43 basketball team defeated Loon High I success. everyone who U involved in any
this' record I earnestly solicit your Friday 55 46 .63 of Tallahassee here Tuesday night I The Student Council has been activities on the campus, PLEASE

WELLS FURNITURE CO.1 1L vote and support 'In the 1960 May Saturday y,14 42 JO 75 to 53. Donate Floyd was top i promoting a clean-up campaign at help us keep our campus clean and

primary elections for*' re-elcfctkm SunJay \y**5L'33' ,.00 scorer of the game with 23 points I MHS. We have placed bottle racks ,attractive! \
MADISON, FLA. I for Supervisor of Registration. Monday *" "57 ,38':00: for 'the winners. and trash cans at various placeson Those attending! the Student

METHODIST CIRCLES j Sincerely, Tuesday 64 36 .00 This was Madison's seventeenth the campus and are now trying I Council District, Caucus SaturdayFeb

Mrs James Conway entertainedthe ARTHUR E RAGANS victory in eighteen games played to get shrubbery planted. This pro 13 In Quincy were John Mercer -
Nencie Bevan Circle Monday Total L5S Leon High won the B game 61 ject has been promoted: successfully student Council President;
afternoon with twelve members. The FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Rainfall week ending Feb 13th to 36. by the Building and Grounds John Henry Plant Jr and Sircy

program opened with devotional by -THREE at Gibson Tower 1.40 In, Lovett commHtee.. headed by Sircy Rowe.I I Rowe, Senior Representatives, and

w: Mrx A P Edgerly, and the current DISTRICT:- Tower 1.60 In. Aucilla Tower 1.70 Mrs Mae Parker of Chattahoo. ,However they cannot do It alone. I Mrs Cherry Student Council Sponsor -

study on Africa was presented by I respectfully announce that- I ama in, Sinclair Tower 2.00 In, Mill Ghee Is spending some time herewith We wish to solicit the help of: Carmen Buckhalt Pub Chm."D .
Miss Beatrice Griffin. The hostess R F r
.Mrs
Bunting.
candidate for County Commis- Creek Tower 0.60 In Madison I
." served sandwiches, cookies and stoner District 3, Madison County, forestry headquarters 1.70 in. II III I Smi;x-isted'
coffee. I I I Mrs BH1 : son
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Fla subject to the Democratic j I I
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Son rise Feb 19th 7:12 sets
Mrs R V Dial was hostess to the am. and faintly The James'
have
.' Helen Parramore Circle. Mrs Roger primaries In May, 1960.District I 3.bo'e 6:24 pm I I in Sterfce k ''* week' WIN 11/-
lived all my life In ; reoftn.l
Asbury read the opening devotional' I' farmed all my life and am Moon sets Feb 19th 1229 am. i I WDIDATEJ--When your
and Miss Whittle Dickinson gave Moon in conttettatlon of Libra
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familiar with the needs and problems j opponents mate untrue statementsalert
the life thought The 1
spiritual Fb 19th. !'
district'and county. If,,
of our ; your PMt activities, straighten
:, mission by study Mrs on L C Africa GteM.. was The hostess presented i I y eel elect me year Commissioner.' i!: High. ti** Feb >>th at St Matte, ** tics vaeord with an E-R ad.

served chicken salad course 11 will cooperate with the other j jCommisltonen' ,Hai* '7:07 ... If thy MI the truth on you there's
a
for the best interests 1--- ----- -- I Qf VIII
and coffee to eleven guesU. of Madison County. I,
Mrs AV Vann was hostess to .
earnestly solicit your vote and-*.>
the Hadden-Morrow Circle. Mrs E i
P Sanders Sr, read the Upper 1 port and promise fair and cqua.1ttreatment .
Room devotional and Mrs Pat Milliner for sincerely evcr>'body. and'we're trading ':

gave a lesson from Contem- Very WILBURN T.yours DAVIS., n] L '
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porary Man and the United Nations higher than ever ,.
which concluded the study. The new FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER '"R Ito
Spring study of Africa will be in- get them. -l
troduced at the March meeting by DISTRICT THREE :

Mrs C C Matheny presenting the I respectfully announce that I Right now, well pay high trade-in prices for used
study. Good social service ,reports am a candidate for County Commissioner tractors to recondition for used tractor prospects.Act :

were given. Cake served.open sandwiches of Madison County, now and benefit from our special trade-in deal ,, I
and coffee were
Mrs R C Home entertained the District Three, subject to. the ,

.. Janie Paul Circle Monday evening. action of the Democratic primaries ,/ II profit-making a
Mrs A F Harrison opened the prognam in May. I promise faithful 8&7"more ,
with devotional and Mrs. Marshall -,conscientious service If you chooseme ;. .." for your money
Hamilton gave an interesting for this important office, andI .:IQ 1
lesson from the current study of I earncctly solicit your vote and Trade now and get famous IH power and convenience

Air' Mrs Howard Studstlll wasa I support for which I shll ever be tJ features at a better price. Get the profitmakingadvantages ;
vi. **'. and thirteen members were I grateful of Fast-Hitch, TA, Traction-Control. .
present The hostess served coffee. ; EJ ri.ji and more. It's the "Difference That Counts"-big
Sincerely,
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LAMAR ANDREWS difference in features.. small difference in dollars.
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Radiator Repairing 1
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KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN Buy on our
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t THE E-R I' : : I IH INCOME PURCHASE PLAN
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PONT EMPTY You can own a new tractor on our HI Income Pur I

chase Plan and let it pay for itself in use. Come In.

FOR WGGER PROFITS | t !
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SMITH AGNER MARRIAGE ATTEND JAYCEES CONVENTION -
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SOLEMNIZED-SUNDAY I Hair-styles Come Full Circle t. Representing-the local Jaycees -r / I fjj}

Miss Joyce Ann Smith, daughter 'I at their Winter Convention in

of Mr and Mrs R T Smith of Day,, TKjt young lady models ;, Jacksonville the past week end were J
Mr and Mrs Ben R Davis Skip JI
nnd C D Agner Jrson of Mr and ft hair-do preferred by I
Hendry. A n Smith. Al C E nt
Fieri.
Mrs C D Agner Sr, of Madison, / Queen Xcjertitc, com-
exchanged marriage vows in a jplete with broad ribbon Quick. David Studstiil, Wayne: 4

pretty setting at Brewer Lake Baptist x acres the forehead. Wcger, Frank Graham, A T Gib-

j church. Day, Sunday afternoon, sun Jr Buddy IfoHon) Joe Stafford I I .,.
Rev J Kenneth StudstiU, and Mr Hollo. I :
The
Feb 14, at 3 o'clock. n asa
D Young pastr of the church officiated way of Lee..- I II j jI

'It the double ring ceremony. I i
Miss Diana Agner, pianist, ren- SUNDAY' SCHOOL ATTENDANCE I, I
dered the nuptial music and Mn ra J CAMPAIGN I I, 1 S a.I
E P Sanders Jr soloist, .sang Be- { j Representatives of Madison .I '1 M 'i J,
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cause, and I Love You Truly. churches met Sunday afternoon at 4 -
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Palms and magnolia made a rich {I the First Methodist Church to organize .. '"1

back ground in the chancel for and plan for a Sunday i .......

the bridal party. Against the back \'School attendance campaign to be ; I Ii I
ground of was a standard
greenery
ot white gladioli and cathedral '' I conducted during the month of I. II l I

candelabra holding burning white March, the purpose of which is toI : I

tapers. The chancel rail was covered i build up attendance in the various $ tl II
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with magnolia, and pews'reserved I church schools. _
for the families were marked with 'j' The committee named was Dr I
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white satin bows. i Oscar A Beck Prof J C Moore and iii y
Mrs F P Folsom matron-of-honor, the Rev B B Brkkley. -

was the bride's only attendant ; State School Superintendent Thomas D. Bailey and Stephen B. ... \ .

She wore a dress of sky blue fitted brocade j Miss Eva :Mae McCullough left Straske, right, Tampa, president of the Florida Consumer Finance ***" ;
fashioned with r
taffeta neck- E'k r Sunday for Columbus Ga, to spenda Association, rewire Certificates of Merit from Jaycee National -|;:
bodIce and rounded portrait
a li while with Mr and Mrs ONeU Director Richard Elston, Plant City, left. The awards: were made at
line. The ballerina skirt was attached ij
to the bodice. Her headdresswas McCullough. while Mrs :McCul the Jaycee winter conference In Jacksonville, Feb. 12-15, and were

a lattice bandeau of the material ., lough continues very ill presented to Bailey and Straske for their successful sponsorship of t.

of her dress and featured a Xrh I' -x- the Merit Scholarship for Teaching contest. The scholarships: are."
tiny veil. She carried a colonial Mrs Robert Parker of Cedar awarded annually and carry a grant of $-100 a year for four years. I 1

bouquet of pink feathered carnations Rapids, Iowa, and daughter Debbie The scholarship program won the U.s. Jaycee award as the out.. y
tied with pink tulle: Her ; were guests of Mrs A II Hewphill I standing state project In the nation In 1959 and Is being copIed" J J
and family, Saturday. They were
shoes matched her costume. ;. Jn other states.. '

Mrs Parker'sbrother. '
accompanied by --
Mr Agner had as his best man, f
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Mr of Fort
1 Brantley,
Ushers G fS '
Jimmy Agner. were

Martin Sr, Louis Agner, T E Smith;I I Bcnning, Ga. -x- ,. The Piastre that Paid off .1
and Carroll Agner.
LOVELY BRIDE I William G Downing of Pinctta is Waiting for a plane In the next time you're In Egypt," ,p phe

The bride chose for her wedding L pM yyrr'y'r l j a patient at Pineview hospital. sweltering heat of Cairo International said.

a ballerina length dress of bridal, r MY li Candidates-Strew name Airport last year, Kao got the boy's name and
your Richard C. Kao, a Chinese-
satin and Chantilly lace. The lace: address' and then boarded a
fashioned scalloped portrait neck-: In search of a "fresh" fashion note, young ladies of the; all around the county with E-R American traveJer,idly watched plane to return to Los Angeles
modem world now striving to emulate the of Andenf: I' a scrawny Egyptian newsboyat where he is senior associate'
lin and sleeves of the fitted bodice! are queens campaign cards, posters, cir- work. a r
Although a persistent
The I Egypt The last word in fashions actually first appeared In the of a planning research corpo-
and extended to a deep yoke. salesman the
immortal culars. Be sure to say something boy seemed to
i courts of Egypt's pharaohs more than 3,000 years ago., ration.
graceful flared skirt was of satin. I be having no luck selling his
nice about yourself even
Her fingertip veil of illusion was i I --- -- -- papers. Touched by the boy'sfutile A month later Hazek. re- r
attached to a satin and tulle crown,I THANKS, ADVERTISERS, SEE it no one else will. efforts, Kao decided he ceived a letter from Los An' .'

and she carried a crescent bou, for letting us have your ad CYPRESS .., .wanted a newspaper. geles containing a check and
I I I thanks for his generosity. In .
of white feathered carnations; NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
TUESDAY 5
quet by at pm.
copy another letter, a short while
and nylon tulle tied with picot! : GARDENSj Notice Is hereby g1that pursuant k ":, ;' later, Kao asked his Egyptian
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satin.Mrs ;' THE E-R. ,I 9i to a writ of Execution on ,r'f friend if he would like to come
Smith the bride's mother, rtsrailaiiM1f1131o.1 Judgment for Money issued out of I 'fW/ to the United States and studyat
wore poudre blue lace, white hat] BAND PLAYS" p131pktpp the Small Claims Court in and for ;'fWt'; an American school before

and a corsage of pink carnations. AT Madison County, Florida, dated I ': going to a university. Razek
Mrs Agner, mother of the bride- CLUB MEETINGThe Candidates =- Panhandling October 8. 1959 In the cause wherein I II IY Ih replied that "There is nothingin .
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groom, chose dusty rose lace, black Voters can't shake ).ou' down i V C Champeaux is plaintiff and t' the" world I would like ',.
hat and accessories and corsageof Madison Elementary school Audrey and Richard Stringfellow, more.

pink and white varegated; car- band, also the little folks' fluto- when you talk to 'em in an E-R individuals, d/b/a Town Square Inn, Razek's English was not'good ..
nations. 'are! defendants. L Simmie H Moore. I enough, however, for inv: ,
phone group, gave a delightful pro- '
I mediate work in an American.1
RECEPTIONImmediately Ad.CHERRY as Sheriff of Madison County, Florida
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gram at the Lions' Club meeting school. So Kao boarded a'
have levied of the ,
following the cere- LAKE NEWS upon all
mony a reception was held in the Tuesday. Following the music SWEETHEART BANQUETSweetheart right, title and interest of the above '.rt plane and made a 12 hour tripto
Cairo where he enrolled the'boy
recreation hall at the church. The numbers. Band Director Frank Banquet! sponsoredby named defendants In the following at an exclusive private

bride's table, covered with an imported I Fansler made a short talk on the the Young People's and Inter described property, located in what. I school, paid all his fees, and

embroidered linen cloth, was benefits of band and other music mediate Leaders of Cherry Lake I Is known as Town Square Inn, Inj I outfitted him with American'
centered with the four tiered cake courses in the schooL I Baptist church, was enjoyed by 38 :Madison, Florida, to wit: I wi made clothes. '-

embossed with roses and topped The Club voted to the fix up the 1 young people Saturday night Feb One (1) 5-Ton Bruner Air Conditioner i "I did not lead the boy to(

with a miniature bride and bridegroom Boy Scout hut at the Recreation I ruary 13th. complete with pump and think that everything was now

and cluster of wedding bells. Center 'ri:ht away. Recently the The Old South was the theme for tower, and that, IOn taken care of," Kao said. "His

White gladioli florets and lacy Scouts have been meeting at the I the decorations and banquet. Pine the 29th day of February. .i report cards are mailed to me. .
ferns encircled the cake. Silver boughs honeysuckle, magnolia and A D 1960 at the west front door : i He has what I guess you would
candelabra holding lighted tapers:Armory, but are making a changeof I King Alfred daffodils formed the of the Madison County Courthouse : I< call fellowship. It will be renewed
'' .. 'each as long as ha '\'
flanked the cake. Yellow and white meeting place. Old South setting in. the in the City of Madison, Florida i' it"Although year,

prevailed in the decor of the1 punch tion hall of the church. recrea-I between the legal hours of sale, NusbotHtnu whose good earns w
deed was returned a #>*"_ the program whIch:
tables with garlands of gladioli wit 11:00 o'clock in the forenoon ,
Miss Lucille McCullough, Mrs R F table covered with white to : sandfold. Kao arranged for Razek is a,
florets used in the decorations. The McCullough and Mrs A II Hemp. centered with red and white candles, and 2:00 o'clock In the afternoon tough one, the boy plans to'

Individual cakes served with punch! hill and grandson, Alfred McCul In white candelabra and decorated'' I will offer the said property ,He called the boy over and IJ earn Kao's approval through
were decorated with yellow rose lough spent Thursday visiting Mr with red and white camellias, magnolia -t' for sale at public outcry and asked for a paper.Upon searching hard study and in two years,
buds. Mrs J E Grantham cut the I and :Mrs O'Neil McCullough and and other greenery. J will sell the same to the highestand his pockets, however, Kao when his English course Is. ,.
cake. Pouring punch were Mrs L family at Columbus, Ga. Friends I The delicious: menu consisted of!, best bidder or bidders for discovered that he had no completed, to leave for the

N Johnson, Mrs W T Johnson and I will regret to know Mrs O'Neil chicken salad, baked potatoes, peas,;I CASH, the proceeds to be appliedas more Egyptian money. He United States. 'I'
Mrs Lola Connor. Miss Hilda Mae i McCullough continues very ill butter beans pickled beets, hot far as may be to the paymentof didn't even have the single Razek began making his own.
Agner kept the bride's book and rolls, strawberry shortcake, tea and!! costs and the satisfaction of the plastic (about three cents) way as a newsboy when he'
Mrs II W Weaver Introduced gueststo SHOWER"I I mints. above described execution. that the paper cost: He apolo- was 12 shortly after his father
the receiving line. Miss Smith was prior to Everyone M4 a wonderful time. SIMMIE H MOORE Sheriff. abed to the boy and returnedthe died. He had been selling papers -

Hostesses in the reception andgift her wedding with a lovely miscellaneous The County Councl: for PTA will' Madison County, !IoddL J3.*t-ch paper. at Cairo airport for three
rooms were Mrs B M Williams shower given by Mrs B M 1 be held at Cherry Lake School AMel-Raxek Hefny. the years, earning about 75 cents
i ; NAVACO AWNINGS newsboy refused to accept thepapI'I' a day, when one piastre 'f
Mrs Herman Frier. Mrs J D Young, : Williams at her home. Co-hostette* I Feb. 18-19 from 7 to 9 ra I Itor
p. lr'vrr% '%";'. !. : "You the changed the course of his life
y COMPANY can pay me
Mrs Li I i ,.
Mrs T C Buchanan M with Mrs Williams were Mrs Cole) Several met at Ui : T.fMr _. .
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Smith Mm Johnny Agner, Mrs Cole I IAzner. Agner, Mrs Johnny Agner and Mrs;;; and Mrs<< Sam Sale' .i ::- ';,> .1 .:nt! -- .---..- ---

; Mrs S C BaN Br, Mrs It II''Carroll Agner.- j Mr George Shaw pic.: :j tr? rc-u-dl i iCu
Buchanan Mrs Azel Zipperer and' Beautiful arrangements of] the life of E-: I Preserving Pharaoh's Treasures I

Mrs Marvin Reeves and Misms! camellias were used in decorating) missionary, inspiring: t ) the listen-j ,

Betty Harris, Judy Littleton Joanne j the rooms open to guests. The! ers. The notes served Juice, coffee i!
Agner, Carolyn Agner, Jackie: i dining table covered with an Imported : and cake for refreshments. Presentbesides !

: Pepera, Patsy Ingle Mildred Agner j; embroidered ,linen cloth was the hosts were Jimmy and;
end Helen Smith. Passing mints were J centered with camellias flanked I Larry Sale, Connie Shaw, Mr and
Christie Buchanan. Brenda Buchanan with crystal candelabra hold ng Mrs Ceo. Shaw Mrs W E Wilson' ".

and Clara Smith.REHEARSAL lighted candles. Pouring punch was! and Mrs Ben William fit
PARTY the bridegrom's mother Mrs C D --_.

The rehearsal party was given Arner.. Punch cakes, salted nuts For Furniture i
Quality
Saturday evening in the church and mints wer served. !

reception hall by Mrs Marjell Dobbs. The bride-elect was assisted by FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES

Mrs Ted Martone and Mrs Acie her mother Mrs R T Smith of Day. FLOOR COVERING T-V's SEE ,
Wall Guests included the wedding in opening her- many attractive
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party families and out-oMown gifts. \WELLS FURNITURE CO.;: ry
Punch and cake About
wedding guests. forty guests attended the ,

f were served during the even'ng.: u party. MADISON, FLA. 1 t

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The Great Temple of Abv-Sembul, ore!: of five greatest achievement; S .
of an Egyptian architect.
tarred into solid granite rock formations I'
durtna The UAR
i New the reign of Rsmses II, is considered to be the government has earmarked $25 million "
for a small dam to protect the structure. ,

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Early In January construe- When plans were being made from destruction. '
lion work was started on the wr the
construction of the It is
estimated
that
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world's largest dam, the High High '
Dam builders realized
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Dam required to.
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AlthoughwART that the dam's reservoir would build
protective dams
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President
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flood a number of
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temples the major structures .
passer has hailed the project and to
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Realizing remove the smaller ':
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I v more Important to Egypt the importance of .
preserving highrgroundAll
! The by Studebaker combines multi-position! .. than the great pyramids Egypt these valuable cations have :
new Champ an soft feats and a wrap arovmd antiquities the been asked to contribute finan-1 i
! attractively-styled cab with the functional windshield It is mounted 11 not forgetting the treasures Egyptian
on a strong, highly. government,, fa cooperation dbl and technical! assfetancel
i strength l'of a solidly-built, rugged truck Designed rated truck chassis that assures long. life car- If the past In the excitement with UNESCO has for the :* :-r: .
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Mr. J. D. McKey is selling: his Farm Machinery at SPEAKS TO MY F GROUP _. '- CAMELLIAS AND SHRUBBERY. '
Auction. : 't- '13 EQUIPMENT FOR RENT TO SPRAY SMALL GRAIN
Listed are some of the i items to be sold: 1 No. 60 Orvis Day science teacher at "'4 FOR ..
AND ROW-CROPS NOXIOUS NEEDS.S .
Oliver Tractor, 1 No. 70 H, C Oliver Tractor, 1 No. 70 K. Madison High School, was speakerat t
D. Oliver Tractor, 1 No. Oliver Combine, 1 No. L John the MY F meeting of the First ."t', I I ALL WORK GUARANTEEDCAVE'S "
Deere Tractor & Equipment, 1 No. 5 Oliver Corn Picker, Methodist Church Sunday night .
1 Oliver Power Baler, 1 No. 22 Oliver Power Mower, 1 Mr Day spoke "Choosing Edu'
No. 650 Oliver Trailer:Wagon 4 wheel, 2 self hog feeders, cation as a Career". I ; FEED & FARM SUPPLYBILL

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Ted Huffces Real .Estate & Antim CD. was pointed out that during IIt..d.lI1.- I A Stock Reducing Sale At
one's life time many decisions .. at -
204 E. HILL AVE., VALDOSTA, GA must be made. The most Important Admissions Sam Jarvis Mrs
Phone No. Cherry 2-5744 one is choosing aife or The unearthing the wcrTcTs Beatrice Cave, Tillman Washington S. E Hadden & Co.

husband and the other one is the most ancient theater was com. J B Stewart, Mrs Frances
-.f GREENVILLE BAPTIST selection of vocation.. If these pleted recently in the Basra EMlflower, Robert Phillips, Ruby AH Winter Merchandise at Costor
CHURCH NEWS selections are made wisely, one 1:1: Sham area of ,the Syrian Lee English Horace Henderson less
will have excellent legion! of the VAIL Tom
SI an chance for Southwell. Clifton Clark.
op The Greenville Baptist Church a rich and satisfying life. Dr. Selim Adel, Director of Mrs Clifton Clark, James Carryl, Ladies Dresses, Car Coats Men's
enjoyed good services Sunday in He said that In choosing a profession the Antiquities Department, Mrs Maribelle< Peters, Oscar H Shirts, Men's Jumpers
spite of the cold weather. Even some people nude plans, said that .an additional six Home Jr. Mrs Lydia Hill Jim Many Other Items
though attendance was down in some drift and some let others do months will be1 required to. Clark, R E Ragans, Mrs Lawanna
Sunday School, it was up In Train, their planning. However, we shoulddo fully reconstruct and prepare Balmer, James B Anderson Car-
the site for display S. H. Hadden & Co.
ing Union. our own planning and, while roll Blalock Jr, Mrs Betty C
The pastor preached on the. doing so ask about education asa However, tourists and cam* Barkley. Mrs Bella Langford Mrs Madison, FloridaBRANFORD
GEORGE BIRTHINGTON'S theme Why I Am a Baptist at the profession and our relationshipto era enthusiasts will be welcome < Adel Moore and Frank Paterson.
morning worship hour, with sub, it The questions ask at the site and many are Dismissed: Mrs Georgia
we ourselves Clayton
expected to take advantage of- ___ __ __ ___ _
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the evening service' he preached I the Importance of education opportunities the invitation to inspect this F M Salter* Mrs Madeline Sheffield -I
SALE on 'the subject An Unction From' for growth and advancement unusual relic. of an ancient* and baby, Bobby Davis, Branford High school's basketball
The Holy One. Special music was personal satisfactions In education civilization. Homer Barwick, Clyde Walker, Mrs team defeated Greenville Monday -
THROUGH MONDAY furnished by the church choir. salary, duties and responsibilities Beatrice,. Cave and baby.. Mrs night in Branford 45 to 41
The Training Union had a very and a number of others. Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in Frances Bellflower, Mrs Lydia Hill, and ran their victory score up to
nice Sweetheart Banquet last On the Importance of education, 6-in bun 40c.WHITE Robert Phillips Tillman Washington 17 games with only two I losses.
Thursday evening There were he mentioned that Americans have TOP DRIVE-IN I I Ruby Lee English, Mrs Mart- Roy Kinsey of Greenville was top
HUGHEY RECEIVES PROMOTION about sixty members of the Train- always had faith in education. Soon I -- belle Peters and Miss Agnes Bur- scorer of the game, with 17 points.
ing Union present for this gala oc after the first colonists landed dudes pre-school education, elementary nett Skipper Norris threw sfecteen
Senior Chief Engineman John L casion. they started schools and school teaching secondary teaching BABY CAVE points for the winners.
Hughey of the Naval Air Stationat i This coming Sunday morning laws requiring that schools be college teaching, administration Mr and Mrs Walter M Cave announce The Branford girls aI&owu.,
Norfolk has been promoted to 1 the pastor will preach again on established at public expense. ,Even supervision superintendents the birth of a baby boy, 48 to 26.
the rank of Warrant Machinist by the theme Why I Am A Baptist from the earliest da'S'e can see specialized teaching, and adult education. : Feb 8. He weighed 7 Ibs.
Captain George P Koch Command and his subject will be ReligiousAnd that education has been regardel BABY BALMER It's Here!
ing Officer of the Norfolk Naval Soul Liberty. The ordinanceof by important leaders as basic to' Therefore, If one believes firm- I Born to Mr and Mrs Spenser
Station. Warrant Officer Hughey, baptism will be administered our democratic society. Howeverthe ly in our democratic way of life Balmer Fcb 14, a baby boy. He The VALIANT at
who was Security Chief of the during the evening service and the chief purpose is to Improve the and desires to contribute to it, I weighed: 7 Iba and 10H ozs.
Overhaul and Repair Department Pastor's subject will be, the Lord quality of human resourcesour enjoys working with people is COLORED PATIENTS
of the Air Station prior to his pro- willing Mixing The Price Tags. people. Interested In living moderatelywell I Admissions: Ruby Henry Estelle i RAGANS MOTOR CO.
motion, is originally from Madison, The youth organizations of the Concerning: the -trope of education then he should consider 'Jackson. Richard Edwards Rosa
Florida and is the son of Mrs Ruby church are progressing nicely. The Mr Day said it Is by far the seriously the exciting opportunities .Lee Marshall Elizada Jackson, Come by Today!
Woodcock of Rt 2, Madison, Fla. Royal Ambassadors began soft-ball largest profession. For example, of a career' In education. For :Retha Thompson. Joe Johnson
Haghcy is married to the former practice last week and plan to! of the 60 million people employedIn teaching is not Just a way of earning [Kate Honeywell
Annie Mae Feagin of Jacksonvilleand play other R A Chapters this the U S, about 1'i! I million of a living. It's a way of life Dismissed: Brenda Bevel. Rosa> Wiring and Repair
resides with his wife and two spring and summer as they did all professional' workers are teach which Is concerned with improving Lee Jennings and Estelle Jackson
children in Norfolk last year. j ers. They number about 24 time life. The teaching profession Is a and baby. Bryan Electric Co.She .
After entering the Navy in 1943, the physicians, lawyers and clergymen -chance to multiply one's Influence.It's : Born to Estelle Jackson on Feb
he attended the Navy Diesel Schoolin 1960 "JEANNIE". combined. One in five persons something that must appcaj to 10, a baby girt weighed 6 Ibs and 12% ozs.
Richmond, Va, after which he i are going to college making anyone who wants to have a partIn Born to Napoleon and Kate Obituary: Mr Asa WllHams, Feb
joined the destroyer USS Huse In Mis Joyce Marie Garland of about 30 million people enrolled making, a better 'world. Honeywell a baby girl I Feb 15. 15. \
the Atlantic and was with that Brooksrftle was selected the mode to. our schools colleges and unI-
ship during its par cpatlon: In annual "' IfII'k.tfJJ #4' Lffffet wrttties. Therefore! It is evident I : V WHICH <",,'j.fL' .. .. "' ''''a
the invasion of Southern Italy and Brown IUir .t ft* S frffe** foster Vtt education may be compared H -.u.
the Normandy invasion. After the Msrisl vo4Rwc9r. .4 WMMSp lit a 09pe wttfc. the largest of btul- .,..,.'0} 'if1It ,
European surrender the ship moved $ >Rrs !!alsay, I tw..1 or IndutUUl enterprises "
to the Pacific and was at Peart Jf;_ (Sam, a ,tern 'si.t W* wtff fl4 a number of mo- FORD ECONOMYTWJN'1FORYOU ::
Harbor at the time of the Japanese +... >4er wfliwl Nt tIJIIIt J"IIIMJW. t NVSs!. NJlnNnc! to Mr Day, .that : ."9CHOOSC
surrender. The USS Hue I J., tso MN C.4- $ elCor efneawtrMe one to enter the
credited with the sinking of three 1 t. bt I M 04 ".... la.dh4sg prMi4oi. It may lie an ;
submarines. '*1 tsakm fJII Ua td ChIW, aI tot !hi the aervleere .that. a ?
Warrant Officer Hughey{ has received With IM. due 'tWIM tr .., fMe 1 *4Iier mfce .to society, an In. .
such medals and ribbon as ... ..t.JIUJ, ..... ,....t tNwnai. by oMwr tatdwi, *n op : CITHIB ONE AND ,. .
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up to four inches more for shoulders! And new wide roao or roans
BUY YOUR PECANS IN ANY QUANTITYURLES&SQNS, of the disadvantages we find In tread that hogs the curses! Yet the price is ham&tds
the teaching profession are restrictions lea than can that aren't nearly at fine! r.ear.

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TIME: 10:00 A. M. Saturday, February 27th. UAR UnearthsAncient POSE OF KILLING BUGS. ,

PLACE Rose Hill Farm located 2 nil West of Val-
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Come !
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Theater S CONTACT US FOR SPRAYING YOUR AZALEAS. ,
dosta, River St., Rd. (Highway 94)). i
CAMELLIAS AND SHRUBBERY.
Mr. J. D. McKey is selling: his Farm Machinery at SPEAKS TO MY F CROUP ,
Auction. L.F.x ," EQUIPMENT FOR RENT TO SPRAY SMALL GRAIN

Listed are some of the items to be sold: 1 No. 60 Onis Day science teacher at .j AND ROW-CROPS FOR NOXIOUS WEEDS.e .

Oliver Tractor, 1 No. 70 H, C Oliver Tractor, 1 No. 70 K.' 'Madison High School was speaker' ALL WORK GUARANTEED ', *
the MYF meeting of the First
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D. Oliver Tractor, 1 No. Oliver Combine, 1 No. L John
1 No. 5 Oliver Corn Picker, Methodist Church Sunday night
Deere Tractor & Equipment,

1 Oliver Power Baler, 1 No. 22 Oliver Power Mower, 1 Mr Day as spoke a Career on "Choosing. Education i t 'I I'I CAVE'S FEED & FARM SUPPLYBILL

No. 650 Oliver Trailer Wagon, 4 wheel, 2 self hog feeders, lie began his speech by quoting 'I'I'I

Fence Posts, Hog Wire, and 'many other items. Henry Thoreau who said "Be not & MILTON CAVE, Owners Madison, Florida
i
TERMS CASH simply good-Be good for some, I"":

thing." This something could very J
For information contact J. D. McKey or our office. easily mean teaching. HOSPITAL NEWS. I

Ted Hughes Real Estate & Auctien Co. It was pointed out that during A Stock Reducing Sale At

one's life time many decisions I

204 E. HILL AVE., VALDOSTA, GA must be made.: The most important Admissions; Sam Jarvis Mrs S. H. Hadden & Co.
o The tmearthiag of the von s Beatrice Cave, Tillman Washington
Phone No. Cherry 2-5744 one is choosing a wife or
most ancient theater Was com J B Stewart, Mrs Frances
husband and the other one is the AH Winter Merchandise at Costor
pleted recently in the Basra lKlower, Robert Phillips Ruby
GREENVILLE BAPTIST selection of a vacation If these
1:1: Sham area of the Syrian Lee English. Horace Henderson less
CHURCH NEWS selections are made wisely, one
Kef ton of the UAR. Tom Southwell Clifton Clark
will have an excellent dunce fora Coats, Men's
Ladies Dresses Car
Dr. Selim Add, Director of ,
S'op Mrs Clifton Clark, James Carryl!,
The Greenville Baptist Church rich and satisfying life. Shirts, Men's Jumpers
the Antiquities Department t. Mrs Maribelle Peters Oscar H
,enjoyed good: services Sunday In He said that in choosing a profession .
said that'.an additional six Home Jr, Mrs Lydia Hill Jim Items
Other
Many
:spite of the cold weather. Even some people made plans,
will be- required to.
months Clark R E Ragans Mrs Lawanna
though attendance was down In some drift, and some let others do I .
fully reconstruct and preparo Balmer James B Anderson, Carroll
:Sunday School, it was up in Train their planning. However we shoulddo S. H. Hadden & Co.
the site for display. Blalock Jr, Mrs Betty C
ing Union. our own planning and while
However, tourists and c.am. Barkley, Mrs Bella Langford,. Mrs Madison, FloridaBRANFORO
The pastor preached on the doing so. ask about education asa
I
,.;1.
era enthusiasts wilt be Adel Moore and Frank Paterson.
BIRTHINGTON'SWASHDAY theme Why I Am a Baptist at the profession and our relationship
GEORGE i come at the site and many are Dismissed: Mrs Georgia Clay
worship hour, with sub to it The questions we ask our '
morning --- -- -- -----"
expected to take advantage oC ton. Doyle Brown, But Walker,. WINS
ject was Believer's Baptism. At selves should cover such points as
the invitation to inspect this F M Salter Mrs Madeline Shef
the evening service he preachedon the importance of education opportunities -
unusual relic of an ancient? field and baby, Bobby Davis, Branford High school's basketball
An Unction From for and advancement
'the subject growth
SALE dvilkaUon.' Homer Banviek, Clyde Walker, Mrs team defeated Greenville Monday
The Holy One. Spscial music was personal satisfactions in edu
I night in Branford 45 to 41
Beatrice, Cave and baby. Mrs
the church choir. cation duties and responsibilities .
!furnished by salary *
THROUGH MONDAY Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in I Frances Belflow r, Mrs Lydia Hill, and ran their victory score up to
The Training Union had a very and a number of others.
losses.
17 with two
Tillman Washington games only
I Robert Phillips
nice Sweetheart Banquet last On the importance of education, 6-in bun 40c.WIUTE top
i : Ruby Lee English, Mrs Mari- Roy Kinsey of Greenville was
ba\"e' TOP DRIVE-IN
Americans
Thursday evening There were he mentioned that
scorer of the game, with 17 points.
belle Peters and Miss Agnes Bur-
about sixty members of the Train- always had faith in education. Soon ,
HUGHEY RECEIVES PROMOTION dudes pro-school education, elementary nett. Skipper Noni5. threw sixteen
ing Union present for this gala oc after the first colonists landed
teaching, secondary teaching BABY CAVE points for the winners.
schools and school
started
Senior Chief Engineman John L casion. t they college teaching, administration Mr and Mrs Walter M Cave announce The Branford girls also wen,
schools beestablished
This coming Sunday morning laws requiring that
Ilughcy of the Naval Air Stationat supervision, superintendents. the birth of a baby boy, 48 to 26.
Evenfrom
the pastor will preach again on at public expense.
Norfolk has been promoted to ipedalizcd teaching, and adult edu Feb 8. He weighed 7 lbs.
I Am A Baptist earliest see
the theme Why the days, we can iFslere
the rank of Warrant Machinist by cation. BABY BALMER !
and his subject will be Religious that education has been regardel
Captain George P Koch, Commanding Therefore, if one believes firm- Born to. Mr and Mrs Spenser
And Soul Liberty The ordinanceof by important leaders as basic to
Officer of the Norfolk Naval baptism will be administered our democratic society. Howeverthe ly in our democ.ratlc"GY of life Balmer Feb 14, a baby -boy. He The VALIANT at

Station. Warrant Officer Hughey, and desires to contribute to it, weighed 7 IDS and 10*& ozs.
during the evening service and the chief purpose is to improve the
who was Security Chief of the with is PATIENTS
working people COLORED
Pastor's subject will be the Lord quality of human resourcesour enjoys RAGANS MOTOR CO.
Overhaul and Repair Departmentof interested in living moderatelywell Admissions: Ruby Henry, Estelle
The Price Tags.
people.
the Air Station prior to his promotion willing Mixing then he should consider Jackson, Richard Edwards Rosa
The youth organizations of the Concerning thescope of education
is originally from Madison, Come by Today!
ttrioosly the exciting opportunitiesof Lee Marshall Elizada Jackson,
church are progressing nicely. TheRo81 Mr Day said it is by far the
Florida, and is the son of Mrs Ruby soft-ball a career in education. For Rctha Thompson. Joe Johnson
Ambassadors began largest profession. For example
Woodcock of Rt 2, Madison the'former, Fla. .practice last week and plan to of the 60 million people employedIn leaching is 0 not just a way' of earn- Kate Honeywell Wiring and Repair
is married to
Hughey Its of life Brenda Bevel. ROSA
a Dismissed
this ing a living. way :
play other R A Chapters the U S, about 14 million of
Annie Mae Feagin of Jacksonville i which is concerned with improving Lee Jennings and Estelle Jackson
his wife and two spring and summer as they did all professional workers are teach Electric Co.She
with
and resides is a Bryan
II last year. ers. They number about 2*i times" life. The teaching profession and baby. .

. children in Norfolk the physicians lawyers, and clergymen 4 chance to multiply one's influence. Born to Estelle Jackson on Feb

After entering the Navy in 1943, 1 It's something that must appeal to 10. a baby girL weighed 6 !Ibs and 12% ozs.
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combined. One in five
1960 "JEANNIE"Miss persons
he attended the Navy Diesel Schoolin anyone who wants to have a partIn Born to Napoleon and Kate Obituary: Mr Asa Williams, FeD
are going to college making
which he -
Richmond Va, after in Joyce Marie Garland of about 30 million people enrolled I. making, a better world. Honeywell a baby girl, Feb 15. 15.; \
joined the destroyer USS Husc
with that i Brooksvllle was selected the ninth in our schools, colleges, and unI- .' .. ........., -
Atlantic and was
the
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ship during its participation: In annual "Jeannie with the Light versities. Therefore it is evident WHICH ") '";*! !::.

the invasion of Southern Italy and Brown Hair" at the Stephen tester that education may be compared ,"''- .
contest atVhlte in with the largest of business -
Memorial
the Normandy Invasion. After the scope '

European surrender the ship movedto Springs Saturday. or industrial enterprises. j::

the Pacific and was at Pearl. Miss Garland, a soprano, received We will find a number of m0I FORD gCONoMy'Tw1NN .

Harbor at the time of the Japanese her crown at the JeannieBall ,I thaeeot'Iding to Mr bay, that .

surrender. The USS Huse is I from Mrs C A Bullock of encourage one to enter the '
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credited with the sinking of three: Canton, Pa, president of the teething profession. It may be an 9 18 FOR YOU ? '

submarines. nal Federation of Music Nat1o-l interest 1 in the sendee that a .

Warrant Officer Hughey has received With ,the title went a $ OO- teacher makes to society, an influence '
CHOOSE OTHER ONE AND
such medals and ribbons as scholarship Twenty-one young by. other teachers an op WC FORD DLUCRS WILL MAKE I

the American Defense Service Florida singers between the ages' portunity to work with )youn YOU THE DEAL OF A UFETIMCI ,' '

Medal, American Campaign :Medal of 17 and 12 took part in the people or it may be purely adffch ,

European Campaign Medal with audition. Four runnersHip!' in the 'motives such as security' ra.-

three stars the Asiatic Pacific contest each received $200 scholar doss, or .hnpHyvfaiK one'sportion. sedlai : .

Theatre, and Victory. Medals as ... ....-.it, .. .
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elude cooperative democratic attitude than other ti-passen er compacts 1!
THE E-U THE ER.GARDENING. *>..
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ts6n naA -ricfanvnys 11 O rTNV Q n Q tsgyPRESfRiNG divWuak, patience, a wide interest compact cars? Look what you getl! I

pleasing personal appearance and Room for six king-siren and loads of O!
lureage. Up to 30 miles per gallon:. ;;
SALE fairness and impartiality, ,,
manners 4.000 miles between oil changes.Per the ': ,.
a sense of humor, an interest in big thrill-come in and drier a Falcon I ..

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usual proficiency in teaching anda 1U9gete4.nice I.IF.r.d piat

ww belief in God to direct you In

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I one will find In teaching are:

it offers opportunities for family


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vacations with their children a

shortwork year, flexible working -,
GA. RED SEED SWEET POTATOES
hours tenure, permanent disability -
benefits sick leave retirement SAVE THE FULL-SIZE$ WAYI

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NEEDS Although, as Franklin once said at where you go.How about fine-car features Be the *AT TOOT
AND OTHER
fighter and color steering wheel : s .
"There: are no gains without pains'. dnrette -keyed Lao KAicrsHARDEE
things you'd think would cat extra! AM room ; t woNOtsrut Na
LARD CANS SEEDS I Education is no exception Someof wide
up to four Inches more for shoulders And new trosla et rosas
the disadvantages we find in tread that hugs the curses! Yet the price is ka&tdrlex '
WE BUY YOUR PECANS IN ANY QUANTITY
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COTTON EED-PEANUT SEED-SEED POTATOESFULL
WASHDAYSALE 1960 Studebaker Hawk left the
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assembly lines at the Studebaker- LINE OF FRESH GARDEN SEED & INSECTICIDES

Pakard Corporation plant here to-

r day.Production While you are in Our Feed & Seed Store
N THROUGH MONDAY of the fivepassengersport \
f coupe had been delayed as CHECK OUR HARDWARE & FARM SUPPLIESSEE

all available steel was concentratedIn

the fast selling Lark program. US FOR YOUR FERTIliZER NEEDSWe
,Madison Chapter OES Retaining its sleek classic stylingfor

1960 the Hawk features a are Agents for International Fertilizers. A complete line Is

Installs Officers new, larger V-8 power plant with carried in our Warehouse in Madison. Check our prices before

I, dual exhausts as standard equipment yoti uyCAVE'S
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Mrs Lola Dean of Cherry Lake, available
optIonally-
was installed Worthy Matron of The size of the clutch has been
I FEED & FARM SUPPLY
the Madison Chapter Order of increased 10inches.. ,
Eastern Star at the annual installation Another fromstandard feature I,
:' 4rY meeting Thursday evening are BILL & MILTON CAVE Own rsIADISON., FLA.
'I finned weatherseal brake drums
held in the Masonic Halt
offering the advantages of rapid
1E2 Installing officers were Mrs I
cooling. --
Enunalu Brown of Tallahassee -::: ::. -
I Hawks for 1960 have box-
rugged
Grand Conductress of the Grand I Great Books Discussion
section reinforced frames variable OPEN FOR BUSINESS I
M Chapter of Florida; Mrs Virginia
Gross, of Madison, installing Mar-II rate coil springs and stainless
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thai; Mrs Pearle Winchester of chrome moulding for the windshield Small Gas Engine GroupThe f'

and-windows. Interiors are offeredin
I Tallahassee, installing Chaplain,
I "CANDIDATES and BUSINESSMEN, whether you're arid Mrs Inez Smith of Lee Installing variety of fabric and vinyl Repair Shop Great Books Discussion
I organist. upholstery trim to harmonize witha Group met Monday evening in the

f hunting votes or business, you'll find The E-R will deliver Other officers (installed were: choice of eight exterior colors. NFJC reading room at the li-
brary. James Moncrief and W B
Robert J.
Otis
1 your pitch very effectively for low cost. Ilodnett Worthy Patron; Mrs Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in BeasleySMITH'S Clark were the moderators for

Eloise Barker, Associate Matron: G-in bun 40c.WHITE SERVICE STATION the discussion on Sophocles: Anti-
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DIAL HU 3-6361. A G Herring Associate Patron; pone. New members of the class

r --CANDIDATES-Regardless of Mrs Alcene Tadlock, secretary;, TOP DRIVE-IN LET; FLORIDACARDMNKS I! were Mr R M Scruggs, Mrs T

f Miss Irene Williams, treasurer; J Beggs Jr. Mrs Lee Tadlock and
Termites Swarming? what you may think after Mrs Ollie Klnse)'. Conductress; Miss Irene' Williams. The class will

the election, many voterscan Mrs Helen, Glenn Bland associate Livestock Show meet again Monday, February 29. at
CALL I
II I and do read, so give 'em 'Conductress; Miss Thur&a ,Williams 730p. m.Candidates. .

I : BurkeExterminating your pitch for a Vote in the Chaplain; Mrs Carrie Armstrong I Judges Named -- Panhandling

friendly E-R. :Marshal and Mrs Helen McCain, We want to-k everyone fojr Voters can't shake you down

Co. organfet The Star Points installed in- Rudy Hamrick County AgentDr their kindness gifts', cards prayer when you talk to 'em in an E-R

j Phone 293-J Perry Florida CARD OF THANKSWe eluded. Mrs Erma Hadden Adah J F Hcntges. Jr. Associate and flowers for our little boy, Ad.
Animal Husbandman of
the University
Jackie Brown after his accident.
r; wish to thank our many Mrs Viola Wade Ruth; Mrs Mary of Florida, will Judge the steer
Mrs C 0 Bates of Greenville, S: We especially express appreciation BOOK SHELF
friends for their kind expressions Yegen. Esther; Mrs Rena Mac entries during the Sixth Annual
C, Is visiting her sister Mrs II D i Of sympathy, fruit, food and flowers Coehran. Martha, and Mrs Marian North Florida Livestock Show to to Dr Boukmd the nurses
Oxford for several weeks. Her' during the illness and passing Davis Electa. Mrs Edna Drawdywas be held in Madison.,February 29- and friends at the Madison County Now available at the Madison
t daughter Mrs Sara Bates, .and 01 our loved one", PcarMoblcy.. installed Warder, and Mrs March 1. The Steer Show will be Hospital for their untiring efforts County Library, Greenville Library;
daughter Peggy accompanied her I May God bless each of you Carrie Armstrong Sentinel. judged during the afternoon of I and sweetness to him while in the and Bookmobile the bast seller
I here "out have returned.. home.' MARY MOBLEY & FAMILY February 29 and Kenneth Dur- hospital. Folk Medicine, by D C Jarvis, M D
I A pretty ceremony was the pre rance. Assistant Extension Animal A doctor's bagful of health secrets

11'r 11 A 11'v'N'A,V l' .Nom,V NI Mr and Mrs James Pope Cheneyand sentation of gifts to the outgoing Husbandman will place the barrow of Our thankful prayers, are for each which prolong' life and give vigorto

I CLOSING OUT two children were week end 1939 officers by Mrs Dean and in entries Tuesday morning. March you.Mr young and old.
II and Mrs J S Brown
I guests of Mr and Mrs R E Cowart return the outgoing officers pre I.
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Entire stock of field fence and The show entries will be sold that Mr and Mrs G W Brown Miss
I I and family. sented Mrs Dean and Mr Herring Agnes Burnett, who has beenat
barb wire at less than wholesale -x- with handsome gifts.A e.ningith Jim Pace, Extension and family. the local hospital under surgery

cost: I Frank Paterson entered the local social hour brought the inte Animal Husbandman serving as and treatment for three weeks, was
1\ 1344 Field Fence @ $22.00 hospital Tuesday morning for a Auctioneer for the sale. I taken home Tuesday where she is
Delicious
: resting occasion to a close. includes Mrs Mae Childers has returned
This year's again .
Gaucho Barb 4 Point @ $6.00 j medical check-up. program I convalescing.WEAREHEADQUAR
cakes mints, nuts and coffee from she
a showmanship, contest in Valdosta where was a

I f HUFFMAN & GILMORE G-E Appliances were served. both the steer and barrow show patient for three ,weeks at Pineview -
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Guests were present from Lee and a Galn-in-weight{ contest. Hospital. -
I Cherry Lake. Greenville Monti- The Annual Livestock event is
Telephone FOrest 2-1201
1 a.. Howerton Supply Co.AT' cello, Tallahassee and ''Madison. sponsored Livestock Association by the North, comprising Florida a onerwin-Williams TERS FOR MAJOR AP-

1 CANDIDATES-Regardless of number of counties in the North

what you may think after.I Florida Area.ADVERTISERSThe. Paints PLIANCES.VESTERN

rrt V Tntse-mI! the election; many voterscan E-R win

and do read, so give 'em appreciate your ad copy by Bryan Electric Co. AUTO.

your pitch for a Vote in the 5 pjn. TUESDAY. THANKS. ----..-- < ON COSMETICS AT SMITH DRUG
friendly E-R.

Tussey Csmetics FUNERAL SERVICES FOR SUWANNEE LIBRARY WINS REGIONAL$1,003 RURAL

MR MCCORMICK AWARD ,,-.--. .. I.f.A JSTOPJ!
LOOK'N SEE SET 2.25 Value NOW $1.25 -

WIND and WEATHER LOTION 2.00 Size NOW $LOO Funeral services for Mr Lee Bell The Suwannee River Regional -

)McCormick age 75.ho died Library is one of eight rural libraries -
BRIGHT SECRET LOTION 2.00 Size NOW $1.00 DON'TWASTE
Wednesday in Eradenton. Fla In the nation which has

Cosmetics were held Friday, Feb 12, at 2 captured a 51,000, Dorothy Can- -
Dtratky: Gray p m at Mt Horeb Primitive Baptist field Fisher award given by the

Church. The Rev Mr Wynn Book-ot-the Month Club Inc. \ ANOTHER

LIPSTICK 1.50 Size, NOW 2 FOR ,$1.00 Baptist pastor at Pinetta, officiated The award was announced Friday CENT ONRENT
and music was rendered by -.
night In New York City by
Here Hand Creaa the Baptist choir. Interment in I
I Russell Thatcher, award director 1 !
Mt Horeb cemetery was in charge I|lof Book-of-the-Month Club Inc.
of the T J Beggs Jr Funeral Home. The club normally)) gives only one
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$2.50 size, NOW $L25- I '- OWN MNt HOME
Mr McCormick was a native of JSjOOO award to one library a year,, :: -
,. Madison County and a retired farmer with this year's big award given pd_ ,

.: Skit'Cleanser.V .. : ...:: of the Pinetta community. to the Preble County, Ohio library,
r-js* -! ... He had lived in Bradenton eight but this year decided to give eight

5225-alze; NOW .1.25 months. Among the survivors are additional $1,000 awards. The gift ,BELMONT

.. his wife, Mrs Lela Mae McCormick, money can be used to ''purchase
$4.00 size, NOW $2.00 three daughters and two sons.Don't books of the library's choice.: The $3395

Suwannee River Regional Library r1
SakiCtWCrew let your friendly,
Is Planning to spend most of the aM'.nxa
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courteous competitors do an .
non-fktion
I money for reference,
$255 size, ,NOW $L23: the advertising! Dial The E-R, :and children children's books.

$4.00'size HU 3-6361,' and say, "Gimmean Live Oak is headquarters for
NOW
$2.00
ad, Mrs W son." the Sowannee River Library with )i)3 i.droomi .
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Madison, Gil- i Carport lrwdnd.a ?
Lafayette, Suwannee.
Skin Mixhre Mr and Mrs Charles f 1r w w wax
Special Dry Reese en- Christ, Hamilton & Taylor counties
route from their winter home in *
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served. act m fur ;
Orlando to Johnstown Pa. are cant Nn i
$4.00 size NOW $2.00
here for a week's visit with their Mr and Mrs Bob Lay and three .
TWO :MINUTE MAGIC '2.00'Size 'NOW $LOO son-in-law and daughter Mr and children spenfthc weekend visiting NOTHINGDOWN I

Mrs Robert Mkkler and children.
Beach andDa"tona
relatives at Fernandina
Cots Ctswetics -scMrs -
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1 Roberta Green has returned !
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LIPSTICK & POLISH 2.00Size NOW from a1sit in Gainesville with Tadlock
MATCHING : $1.50 and Mrs Lee : spent
her son and family the Frank
the weekend in Tallahassee visitIng -
Greens, and Miss Roberta Selman.Termites .
who
mother,
Mr Tadlocks

ONLY AT--- has been M. IM WALTER
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CALL Salter out after, en Illness of flu ,: CORPORATION
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NOTICE It's Here! CANDIDATES
courteous competitors do all For The Best QualityRe4Jpholstering -
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The price Gorham Sterling (\ official No-Phool Foto.. \ .,
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HU 3-63G1, and say. "Gimme brdn! ry" mug Shot **2.06: .
advances March 7. '
ad 1lrsVilson.." at the most reasonable prices CANDIDATE SPECIAL
an RAGANS MOTOR CO. 3.00
Now, at today's prices is the time THE ,
1> ANYWHERE, E-R. HU 3.6361
tc> fill In your set of glamorous '

A car bearing a Du\al County t I Gorham Sterling. So look ahead I Come by Today)! Call or WriteSouthland .
.;. license 'tag was reported pulled out for the coming Wedding,Anniversaryor NOTICE OF INTENTION TO '
of the Withlacoochee river on the 'other gift occasions and buy ) REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
' 'Hamilton County side opposite Blue now. Orders will be filled by Furniture GEORGE BIRTHINGTON'S
Springs early this week. As far as March 5th by your Gorham Sterling I Asa Williams NOTICE Is hereby given that the
Was learned the search for the franchise dealer. WHOLESALE RE-UPHOLSTERING undersigned intend to register with WASHDAYSALE
driver was unsuccessful !! I Passes at Local HospitalMr Box lOOt 311 S. Forrest St. the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I Phone CH 2-4970 : Madison County, Florida the fictitious

J ,ALL 'w y1dtPER-I Asa Williams 75, of Lee, :VALDOSTA, GEORGIAALL FARM name SUPPLY of CAVE'S under which FEED the&

1 t A-.C-R-O-S-S t.1 I died Monday at Madison County WORKUnconditionally undersigned are engaged In the City THROUGH MONDAYGAS
: I of Madison Madison County, Flori
r .. THE l. Memorial Hospital after an extended GuaranteedREV
da. That the names of the owners
illness. He was a lifelongresident
.. .6 COUNTRY of CAVE'S FEED & FARM SUP. GRILL BURNS
of Madison anda
: r County DENNETT H. HARVEYRev PLY and their respective interests
GO BY KELLY'SFOR member of the Corinth Primitive therein are as follows: A gas grill at the Country
Baptist church Before his retire- Dennett H Harvey a long "W M Cave Jr Madison,., FJorida: Kitchen caught fire from grease
YOUR WATCH REPAIRING ment he was engaged in farming,I time citizen of Madison, passed and blazed up about 7:15 Tuesday
and in the mercantile business at away at his home Sunday. morning. 52.V R Cave Madison,-Florida 48'4.W evening Damage was confined to
Courteous Service I February 14. M CAVE JR., .the. grill...
Lee.Survivors He is survived by five daughters .
W R CAVE '
Outstanding Values include two daughters Gusaie Richardson. Ess" M As partners trading and" doing}t'j J? ARE HEADQUARTERS
Come in and See Us Mrs -
Mrs R :M Moore, of Lee.' and Bessie Robert Christine smlth.1 tx&tacss under the firm name and
i KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP i W 0 Allen of JacksomiDe'e and Annie M Gob; four style of CAVES FEED & FARM :
Your Farm Bureau Insur"ance -* MADISON'' grandchildren and two brothers, Bennett Jr. Jchn, Ruben and| SUPPLY. 22.4t-ch-H&M'II I FOR MAJOR AP
Companies now have Job Williams, of :Madison and Ira T..mmy. I{.___ -I
than 2,500,000 insurance Final rites w n be held from I '
more I Williams of Clearwater. GOODYEAR TIRFSJIM'S PLIANCES.VESTERN
policies in force.They are they held at the Damascus BapMtt church, Feb.
> Funeral services I
were
WYNN ROBERTSON MARRIAGEThe
19th with JeWow ministers offlctetmg. BAY STATION
of insurance !1
largest
group
:2:30 p m Wednesday in Corinth 1 .
Burial will
i C; companies in the world writ follow at Oak AUTO.
marriage of Mr Charlie I Primitive Baptist Church. Elder |
ing insurance designed for the I Ridge cemetery with Tlllman- a S. 90 EAST. MADISON -
firmer.s Sff Wynn of Madison and Mrs :Margaret I W C Stanaland and the Rev EV i James Funeral JI<< Ellen Robertson of 0
Valdosta took ;McDougal officiated, and music -
|n the past year more than
place Sunday February H In the RICHARD
was by the church choir. Inter- EDWARDS -
in dividends
$20,000,000 was paid
First Baptist church Madison. The Richard CDck
'ment in Corinth with ) Edwards 73. of
was cemetery
to policyholders, pro* pastor the Rev James T Barber, I Greenville died in the :MadisonIlo WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO ;
the T J Beggs Jr Funeral Home
that Farm
viding proof your
officiated at the quiet ceremony pital, Wednesday morning after
Bureau Insurance Companies Mr and Mrs Gene Buchanan, of .in chargeActive a brief illness He was an employeof
; are always striving to provide Pinetta, attended the couple. I pallbearers: Messrs J IMcMullcn. > a crate mill at Greenville for
, insurance at the lowest possible -THANKS ADVERTISERS, : Herman Williams Frank t a .number of years He was a Re-cap Small and) Foreign Car Tires
cost Gene
Williams WaltnBrcM'D, member of New Zion Baptist church
When you, as a farmer for letting us have ad I '
your Williams and Joe Miller. at Greenville and a member of the
think of insurance-always copy by TUESDAY at 5 pm. Honorary: Messrs S E Whitty, Household of Ruth. AS WELL.'AS ALL OTHER SIZES

call your local Farm Bureau THE E-R. J B Whhty. W D Webb S A Kta Survivors are one son Arthur
Insurance agent Edwards two sisters, Edwards
Alphine
Icy, Sr A R Humphrey, Lloyd of Don't throw the tire away; bring it to is
Greenville and Marten
C M McDanlel suffered an attack Richardson J R Newsoroe LewIs
I of illness Tuesday morning at Joseph of Madison; one brother-in-:
Webb C C Brannen and Bob
law. EarRoberson.. and number
SriFarBec. his barber shop and is now con a b
.. *, fined ,to his borne.Candidates Adams.. "'. _* of.nieces and nephews. :t sTire.Recappurg Go.
; i;: L--- .......rte Funeral services will be held in .: _
\ .1ICe '- Panhandling Dr Clyde Brothers work the New Zion Baptist church In ? ogra
; .. began 9"N Patterson P2 CH 2-73S2 v4s. b a
Green Ie. Interment win follow in
HORNE Voters can't shake yon down Monday as Health Director atSasfonL ,
KERMIT when talk to 'cm in an E-R 1 He formerly>< row the New Son cemetery with Clifford "

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the great American catch-word. i .
Tour car dealer, florist, banker,,. 9 y I it
garbage collector and preacher all
talk about service. Certain business
men's associations are called,"senr-
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Ice clubs." Innumerable *

places : :. &s
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the door: SALES r
.AND SERVICE. 'i F F I V : ,

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.bragged about whereas it ought to M
go 'Without saying It is often not
:' done well (as in poor restaurants (

.. or. garages) and someUmes consists
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asked for or needed. Fiervces

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service it would be most peculiar,
\ and in fact would hardly be a I : .
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institutions of society that do truly
render service were inspired or L ) 'or
.': created by the church in the first / \ -

place.: (Orphanages and savings
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4 banks come to mind, and there are
1 many others, notably schools.) -

But what are the services: of the I
church? W. often use the teen i
church service" to mesa t*e -...t- THE CHURCH FOR ALL, .. .. '. ...., -,-". J' "
.'" ing'for,public worship,sad prealag ALL l'OR THE CMURCrJ
-W.icannot quar .th tart .... You almost hear;their. voices, and see tijefr'eyes: sp arkle.

"', Of'e word j jwhIrls.JM&ntMr'.1fti t the factors ariL titvr ; Th have because 1iey have studied thelrJessons.J
'.sue : r 7 eChereh a ire stet :y confidence :. .

is when the n&dsftr".cask,..*3swn on a f 'jthe' buildinf or diarictef and tood" dlitttuhip. Questions. do'riot. worry. .them- they' know!I. '. ,..- .' .

It is lorthoute of spiritual v'aluet. Without a -
new family and tells them the services : '\
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t of his church are at their disposal 'strong Church neither clemocracy nor iltioa < .

what does he mean? Certainly can turrite. There are four wand rtatont why Will they be as confident when it comes to the more serious '

I something more than to say of adult life? Those who in the Church and
questions
the worshlp-meetings of the churchare every person should attend tenrket regularly and grow up

open to them. support the Church. They are: (I) For hb give God His rightful place are building on a firm foundation. '

\ Many minor methods of ferric own sale. (2) For his children take. (3) For In His House they "increase in wisdom and stature and in favor

are used by the church: operatingIdndergartens the sale of his community and nation. (4) For
book clubs, employment I with God and man." There is no substitute for the Christian precepts
the sake of the Church itself which needs his
not to
funds
agencies, loan and ideals church.
taught by
mention more elaborate projects .moral. aDd material support. Plan to go to your

such as educating1 people 'on the .. church regularly and read your Bible daily.t
moral side of public questions,
operating hospitals, publishinghouses But.what about those who lack this training? Will seem.

schools and so on. By call Day Book Chapter Verses which comes
ing these "minor" we do not mean rr" difficult to them because they lack the confidence ,

they are unimportant or that'the to 'Sunday Proverbs" 8 9-11- jI! from a knowledge of God and His teachings?.' .
church should not undertake them. tMbnday .lOD' 10.11-
I When Paul wrote: "Let as do rood Tuesday Ephesians 4 14.15 ..

to all men, especially to those whore Wednesday I Corinthians 3 9-11 .
of confidenceT
Do children have the advantage this *
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.- of the household of faith. he Thursday I Thessalonians 3 9-10 \ ,
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laid down the foundation' principle
Friday Hebrews 10 5-31
sfl that do-
service'project
every
IsMyes the n4naevertheleesthe Saturday Matthew 25 45-46

question sttfl is:
Wbat Is the reost vHl service, the .1' ,. II. "
top service the'dNreh'MI&l'eMerf I
Surely it must be to..ft.. people .r.
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a safety deposit .J"
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tQJ marks ottt.the two things si: shepherd :It\ "'..., h. 'i\ .J. B: .DAYIS,1Dc.--.., _;:. .. .I. --.-- -_.
to'food and et AGENCY ? r' When your clothes are not be .... ....
does for his sheep: ; Hill 1.BATTERY &: TI& co.. 1 r. 'M dI'W. ': t.-
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:t .to defend against 111111 ; S. ....t w .T -It. ,_.. .1'.. J I "u '.ki :::::.ttrey"" abauld be .' :+ 4 r
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simply to,.proclaiming feposknoe ..r !t t. ,
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. Also fed and degonied Oirtst's poo.pie. .. ..... 1ring. ... ++4., epw'-Apaner1. ., r- TR UCB.: TRACTOR COl: 'i ..: ERRY'S- "6r SERVICE. !f:' .. .,,;
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CAR OVERTURNS JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Ir
HeartWhat iii r
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1960 OFFICERSMrs I

Almon Blanton. 18 Rt 1, Shady! -
need is kinder A REVIVALWILL
Tits Is -REt1 Et we a Grove, turned his car over last W B Selph. of Cherry Lake

.w.r twut..aau.u r .ru.u tutm 9 MM err heart, and yet we realize that Thursday night about 11 miles was elected president of the Madison
Published Subscription $3.76 Per Year in Advance this is more easily said than south of Madison on the road to Junior Woman's Club at its BEGIN AT
Weekly meeting In the Club
Monday
Shady Grove and Trooper J C night
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year accomplished. The people themselves Peavy of the Florida Highway House. She succeeds Mrs Robert New Home Baptist

Advertising Rates Made Known on Application we are constrained to Patrol charged him with speeding. Lay who is 1960 president of District !
believe, are mostly of good Blanton was headed north on 3 Junior Women of the FFYVC: I
Entered! at the Madison Posti Office as second-class matter Jua. but tensions prevail the road at 7:15 when he ran off Other officers are Mrs Bob Law- ChurchFeb.
will
great the right side crossed back to the ton 1st Vice Pres.; Mrs Mack
tie 1908, under Act of March 8, 1879. among the governments. Fear left aide and tamed o>'er. He was Primm. 2nd Vice Prts.r Mrs Carl 21st and continue through

OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. :MERCHANT, JR. of attack, not confined to one unhurt but damage to his 1956 Sewell, Cor. Sect'y; Mrs.' Hybert f February 28th.

'1 AND ASSOCIATES side, dominates the thinking in sedan was $400. Hcndry Sands ,Treas Rec; Sect'y Mrs James; Mrs L' John Wil Services At 7:30 o'clock each night

high circles of government. If Hams Parliamentarian. EVERYONE IS INVITED
=MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 '0' DEAN'S LIST The American Idea" wartheme tU
that fear allayed!, : *
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NEW 1901'- Miss Jewell Touchton of REV. LORACE COTHRAN,
ENTERPRISEbESTABLISHED ,:, :: Mary of the program onfloral
"of :
; J. \'. '. and get the instruments this tity made the Dean's List at arrangements for the home presented f EvangelistREV.
l M Wi MMLvMH MMBBH Mi LB H *MMMMM M MMH HM H H BMMMB HHMMi M warfare reduced rather thanjn- High Point College the past semes with films by Mrs ELDRIDGE
T. a'MERCHANT: Editor and Publisher creased, we may make some ter. Mrs Lawrence Roffe and seweil.l LYONS 242tchRelchmann Pastor

'i T. C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor progress in bringing about Are you peddling j insurance,. Stewart Jr who were hour also when smalls
for the social .
\ MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor ;. better relations in the worlds < tranquilizers, shoes, or automobiles cakes and coffee were: served. Mrs;( iirby has '
I IGuests returned -
MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising 'Manager. .
J ? Keep the public .Informed -i from a two weeks' visit
of Mr and Mrs Ed Bland with her Nat
son. Norfleet at the
A Big Frost of the office sought. Costs of Under five Flags : of your valuable services and Mr Eland's mother Mrs Bland Medical Center, Bethesda, Md. Mrs

I ninning for office have skyrocketed with an inexpensive Sr, Sunday were the tier's s s.. Norfleet who had been here_ with
Windy and cold weather\ was along with those of Escambia county is the most weekly ad in The E-R, saying ten Mrs Kate Pittman and MUs her parents, Mr and Mrs Fred
north-western county in: the nice things about local folks I Mary Grubb, of Quincy. and Mrand Mickler, and her children, Nat Jr
hck with us the past week, so many other things, and it I :Mrs John Powell of Texarkaoa.. and Mike Norfleet, left Thursday
state, bordering Alabama on its since 18G;) '
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said much worse in many other is not a good condition. Thereare I i Texas* i to return to Bethesda..
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north and west. Its a
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:parts of the country, with the some nine men who say '

Joss of several' lives. Snow fell i I I they are running for Governor little larger than that of Madison r. : \WHICH'\ : '
county and its population :
,in New Orleans and for a I seven or eight for Secretary : :I \0'" ':'
ten times as great. The greaNaval
\7hile some thought that we of State, and four or fivefor :

:light: possibly have another Commissioner of Agricul- Air Training Command. FORD ECONOMY TWIN : :
is located in the county, and : : .
suiow: here, but.. this. did., not ture, along with additional "
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number of indus- '
this
I :aterialize. That} would be' candidates for State Treasurer great r. : ::; :

rather early after our 1958 and Railroad Commissioner. After trial enterprises, agricultural 1FORYOU ? : .'
!i commercial fishingand ;
I t activities, gwa:
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since
(' now, especially years the state candidates get .' !"..-;" J
elapsed between our tWQ most qualified, qualification time for tourism give the county CHOOSE CITHER ONE AND 'j '.>'"'
firm economic foundation. Principal we FORD MAKE .
DEALERS WILL
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.. ;recent snows. But, there was the county candidates will begin TOO THE DEAL OF A LIFETIME s.

3i big frost Monday morning, ,. and indications are that staple crops are cotton, \, '
corn, potatoes, sugar cane, field : 'I"
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end big too. c :
I. we mean a one, there will be contests for sev- :
peas, peanuts, velvet beans, and : .
eral of these in fact ,
places; .,.. '
various forage Vegetables
three contests already publicly crops. 4 '. '
,'Pine Trees Planted announced. watermelons, satsumas,

.. pecans, blueberries, pears, t boo,Sala ,
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THany of the pear trees are J 4, ,. .. SAVE THE NEW-SIZE WAY
peaches, grapes, and plums are ".4 t .
.:Q112 full bloom and their -r- -:. "the new Fort Webcasts; roe to J124!tea*
make ,Knowledge To Destroy. grown in the county, honey is .;.._, thin other 6- n& iompactj! ,
ivhite 'blossoms a' pretty .
produced and of the few '
one .4" \Vhy Is falcon first in sales allS
.sight ag&stan otherwise of- The French last week exPloded among
. Commercial frog farms in the 4 Compact can? Look what you geU.
I ten gray ( 8 rean d"*we :s a ygray an atom bomb intheSahara country is operated Pen- s Hit' rr ..Room for six kIn>t-sizers apd J9ftd* ffaggage. ..
4 background, but there are bringing now to four near "" tJI. Up to 30 miles pcr.gjulon) : ..f....
t sacola. The harbor at Pensacolais .
J r. 4,000 miles between oil changcJJtocthe.
the number of nations with E
}some other early flowering one of the finest in the state,, __ .: big thrill-coroe J n and.tfrwr a Falcon .
:'plants also, though we do not these terrors of warfare. Red "."'......t .. ,.'.'!1tImt."..nt.....-.,.. .. .. .
.. and shipping to and from all I' ..,...,..,ie'J:9.tlel.w.--: .--
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: race so many .peqcji\ ,trees .as, China is expected to"have them parts of the world: \/w,.., 'I., ,..,, .. .. ..
formerly, And: .*We must not before much longer. We can, through, the port. Pensacola passes, r )IK..Mtp ,'.

rforget the1great tree of this understand France's desire to the ,.
county seat i )
and principal
have the bomb since three other ..... .
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I jssll the time. Vifowere in the great pqwejs have them-it' \ '.t f,t. ,
Spanish, French.British, U S, "1!< '
:: southern part :oj..&W..county 'adds to 'the1 nation's pride and and Conf ederatet and a Fiesta H'I ..

'-jamd the northern part of Layette -. prestige-and yet the accom-: of Five Flags is held_ annuallyin fa >a ass SMa f ; :
plishment not without misgivings
: :: the other day and were was the city. Pensacola '
was ,
rsurprised' at the great number in other .parts -of the -: I
named for
an Indian tribe the
cf pine area that'hW been aor1 d. The danger from radioactive penzacolas and AVI THE PU1L-SIZI. WAYI .. k
sct out in very recent fallout is real and each the county was Tto...f arbM SCO,..fc...ling ta twcy rsj .
years. named for the Escambia river, .. .,ta$1 tas.a.IIIf'wr" :.
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additional explosion increases ., ,.. 9't.
a Spanish term meaning barter. I How that hood, styled sweet and low IO.JO'I.t
the to of
danger, gay nothing haeut i SAYE A wsou ,
T. PrIYe Eanestaes5 or exchange Next wee>k. Flagler .. jr K c0.Jlow abOut featuftI like the. .
The Destruction that may be county. awn fhter apd color-keyed steering wheefi ithtofi t ta sin
think would cwt extra 1 And room Z .
. The time has come now, caused by the accidental or r jrowkl ',
up to four aches more for thouldmt And ftew wide
f'aend continues for the :re&t..of I Ir I deliberate use of> %the bombs '0- -q Q- ... .trVad Vhat bugs the corral Yet the price i*4* Jtris'* :UIl '

,CA ihe month, for the various themselves. Sometimes we vo .., ,,,. Ie* than'. "can. that aren't nearly as fine! M ,. .A1.- _
.\.\ 'slate candidates to prove their I j I der if our accumulation ofrace Wmr Tires $125MESSER sea. iiII t 014-A.A.".r iw*.*.t...... '>!?rAUOll-.......M t_TIIUIIOU8t.-.W.M.IAMI W..rd. c.r. .

,earnestness by pa$%$:
eEdate qualifying'fe ewhi, ch is f eit zees 'q planet plus ri 'ieakppa 1M ore : : HARDEE MQRCO. -
+ 1 .
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BO small item in 3 itself, $1125 tarth, is g to :destroy'; the
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" far those wanting to be Governor :. This is quite speculative, .

and somewhat less I:and yet with the horrible means E4 '

, 'amounts for..the other, 'ca V idr11'of, warfare now at*hand* it* is' Battery &: TnC; ; 1jBase&HakStreeis&e :

;,Abates, according 'to the 3t also*grit., possiti ie.n. 'kx Q- "Ford Startime" in living color Tuesdays on*:NRCCTVA'r. :: ;;,
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 1960 THE: EfTERPRXSE-REOORDER.:: MADISON,"FLORIDA PAGE ELEVEN ; ,

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CANDIDATES-When your friendly BUSINESSMEN 'Minutes of tk Bard rf Architect to proceed with working Dr John E Sands Dean of NFJC, SIfUJ'by Say., ,
opponents make untrue statements If you want customers every drawings oa the project conducted the Mission Study Groupon .
about activities straightenout Mrs Elizabeth Blalock the First Methodist church Wednesday
your past was ap
week in store tell 'ein
the record with an E-R ad. your Public Instruct pI'Otor employment in the county night His topic was "Es
'If they tell the truth on you there's about it in an E-R ad every office on motion by Mr Bailey, tablished Medical Missions In the

not much we can do. ,week seconded by Mr McLeod and Orient. India Malaya and the
carried. ** 1tM7W N wiaNta
Philippines .IIO wr i. e a
k February 3. 1960 Mr -rntrNelt!
The Roger Blair indicated an In- -x-
ton Board met In regular sei forest in the purchase: of the school Dr John E Sands Dean of NFJC,
on the
above date with allmembers
.- SPECIALJIM site at Sirmans. A motion by Mr will give an address before the
called present The meeting was Bailey and seconded by Mr Mc- Shady Grove Methodist Fellowship

,. to.with order by Mr Dugan andopened heed ,to sell this site to Mr Blair; tonight. (Thursday). IDs Topic.will .
J'aJ'ttby Mr ,
TONEY The Cherry. for $1500.00. This is the appraised be The Qualifications of an Effective tn
following bids
HOMES and were opened price of this school 'sIte. Minister." Dr Sands was p.
canvassed for electrical
material Mr Jack Woodward Mr Nets introduced by Mr Fred tackier.. ,
needs for the construction ofshower Falk and Mr Emmett Gaston appeared Lay Leader of the Methodist h r Hat
Special := -Bedri> m Home Featuring and dressing room facilities before the board with Mr Madison.
at the North Florida Junior
; ALL SHEET-ROCK Woodward acting as spokesman.Mr -xB -
f; NAILED UP. College: General Electric Supply
\ requested the board Vchtwho
G \ had been
l1 j 17-OUTLET ELECTRIC SERVICE ,* Company, Tallahassee. Fla, and )Ie- I to make provisions as early as treatment at Archbold Underl
:. Gowan Electric Company Talla.hasee. ., possible for needed improvements of I. turned home Wildfire MUM much damage to*
Thursday.
NO MONEY DOWN ,, .., Fla. Action on the awardingof I the Vocational Agriculture facilities mall-- -trees-- --Keep-- --fire---oatl-'
;f ** this bid was deferred pending at the Pinetta Junior High
NO TRAVEL CHANGE retabulation of the bids. School The board agreed to the

i ONLY $36.40 PER MONTH Bids on Umber on the site of need for these improvements and
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# North Florida Junior College were to making improvements at the SAVINGS
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tabulated as follows: earliest possible date. \ '

T M Raines 10.25 per unit. Applications for pupil assignmentand
:! Lt Pete Studstill 163.00 (total) re-aisignment were reviewedand ACCOUNT
-f': Cecil Sullivan 175.00 total) acted upon by the board. a
\ Greenville Timber Corp. 141.32 I Financial statements for grades
.". (total).
j 1-12 and Junior Colleges were reviewed
C C Armstrong 130.00 (total). | by the board.

i and Up Emmett Gaston 9.00 per unit Uncut I Bills for the month of January I .
jBlock Frame $1,095.00 .
er ; 11.00 per unit cut 130.00 standinc. were reviewed and ordered paid. :;

150.00 cat I I There being no further business .. ';;', ,
MODEL HOME AND OFFICE AT WALDO, FLA., The bid of Mr Cecil Sullivan was the Board adjourned. ', '
; PHONE HO 8-2781 'accepted by the Board upon motion R R DUGAN Chairman.
of Mr Bailey seconded by ATTEST:
ALSO ,MODEL HOME IN LAKE CITY Mr, Cherry and carried. All Other GRIFFIN BISHOP Secretary.Features :
bids were rejected. '
WITH US YoU will 'oe glad you did ....
CHECK -
Before buy
you Bids were canvassed for rqufpJtK'nt :

Call Collect or Write a items to be used in the L P N Dunn Sale : : M ; .
program at Xorth Florida Junior 1'

Tena Loftis Jim Toney HomesP. College. The bid for this equipment I "
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O. Box 541
P. 0. Box 637 School Service as lowest and best
HU 36954MADISON Phone 3736 bid upon motion by Mr Bailey, kIjT
seconded by Mr Smith. All other Haire, manager of Dunn J! ,
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FLA. LAKE CITY, FLA. $
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bids were rejected. Furniture Company, is advertisingthe :
Bids were as follows: famous Malone 'regular firm

A J Nystrom51173.50 on all 837 pressurized coil spring mattressfor
items. However the bid quotationfor only 539.95.
item 46 was not comparableto
4 the charts listed. Excluding this KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN You can read a continued

Item, the bid quotation was 1000.00 THE E-R
.Denoyer-Geppert, No. bid response ,'
.i r. AVAILABLE: Standard School Service 964.00 BABY RACANS in this book success story '; :

: excluding item -46 for which no ..
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quotation was given. Mr and Mrs Bobby Ragans of You can write your own success story in the pages of your
\: The following report concerning Orlando the arrivalof
are announcing savings bank
account bdok
and read it
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.t: to with increasing:
difficulties in the Science
heating February 5th at
a baby girl
i f!i 1\:' I t Building at the North Florida Junior the Orlando hospital The baby has satisfaction, every week, as you make;your deposits according

I.. "' NOW College was presented to *he Board: been named Joy Marie. She is the ; to schedule. Systematic saving'wins! '
' ;:, MINUTES OF SPECIAL MEETINGON granddaughter of Mr and Mrs

'f' CONSTRUCTION PROBLEMSA Henry Ragans and Mr and Mrs i BANKOF GREENVILLE -
: : special meeting was held in Phil Howard.CANDIDATES.

f .. .u -- _. laboratory 2 of ,the Science BuildIng MEMBER OF FEDERAL INSURANCE' DEPOSIT ,
Florida Rent an adding
.. on the Campus of North -
;. I 1'1 '" -- Junior College on Wednesday, machine to* total promises of support CORPORATION : ,"'"

O\--r\ \ January 27, 1960, beginning -at from the deer pcepuL THE E-R. GREENVILLE, FLORIDA! .. '.: Ift".i{I
'\960. ..,,' 11:00 a. m. In order to consider the I r' I'
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Science '1
the
of ) "
heat
problems I tI" '
1 t I. NEWCA ; Building. Those In attendance Included \ 10 <. ',"';:'..:.

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Wi, the architect Mr Emil Ball; .
a representative of the contractor>> ,j
k : BUYER'S GUIDE Mr Joe Wiggins; the subcontractor .
: Mr Lamar Bryant; the engineer a' Save Now! Offer Limited! t,:

Mr Charles lowlander a i t
SPECIAL SECTION _.-p1.BMW....--. representative of the county school :
Mr A H Smith; the chair- JJL- ,,
N' ; :: ,, board ;;"'u .
= man of the College>> AdvisoryCorn.
mittee, Mr Van II Priest; County

Superintendent Mr Griffin Bishop; ...
State School Architect Dr C N i

I)' tut McGuffey; Dean John Sands and;. mm .. .
'" the President Dr Marshall Hamfl-

t: t toll President Hamilton opened the IILaLoneWI I

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meeting expressing appreciation to
all for their attendance. He outlined .

tL the proWems experienced: witfc
the heat from the time that da5MW!
began on Oct,.,.". 1h in the
I Sdence Building thru the present
lie pointed out that all part'e";
concerned, were not cooperative; "
in trying' to remciy the situation
but stated it Is obvious that the

Lf4z1 scat of the public has not yet been 4 '
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located The purpose of the meetIng ':

; therefore, was to try to find

out what steps should be takento .. .t
; ,] remedy the heating problem. _
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1V: .)!r Bishop emphasized' the reel _;_ w
j.. fcr correcting the situation promptly -- v >:
because of the discomfort to .N 1 '
students that results from sitting In *, II I
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Dr McGuffey indicated -
cold classrooms. "
that the building could not .LR ;

te accepted nor final payment IXTRA FIRM 837 MATTRESS 'l
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,, made so long as the heat deficiency '
54'. I exists. He also pointed out JIC
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,"P ...I i cold weather was rapidly coming to REGU feature of the. regular 837. Choke "
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; a close and It would be necessary to I of Doubt or Single Six.Mattress or /
Fact on Iftf determine the difficulties Soon if ; '
FIRM "C.t !i .
the furnace ten to be adequately r. lOaSptfn9.S49.
.tested. J .;. ._ 4.-2"ci: |.
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It's't e.ti 1 --- ., m General discussion followed during H* S3IHAaSTWTKEHC j I
> y( : :. which''Mir Ball assumed responsibility .
BUYER' pl-Juet olf the :i C*' for the heat deficiency IIKIIfTWIIIlJOOlUSIUMATTlESSOIIOXSPIJIIII :

'pree Moat aih pie e new cr book;,' "' "., / cslcd.and proposed; engineer to and send subcontractor'to a dis-tater ..... PRESSURE ASSEMBLY of 837 Spring Steel Coils add ", 'l- ._ .:fib i

in every drtai. JnaJyiua.1iit KNM ef Madison to investigate the system Strength and Firmness. .

2 1iHinc _: i. ....1i..; .,-, The is to expense be borne for by this Mr invesUCttion Ball.- MAl (. .c1IMA11IID.No Odor from Dampness or Mild l *w. .

tips o*' 'ibtiifiag .. As soon as this btvfUgati iscompleted. Construction Fret from moisture retaining materials.!; '_ .. ...
MY3g o \owe, ...t' :, ,..., ..,... \
)1r.Ball that be ,
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multl-nefcfU
# PRE-IUIIT -COED ERS sldestitched
sifcr to .
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w'to Hit
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mriMf. iw'; ( *oo>d take the ncretsary steps to
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t sagging edges.
see that the situation is corrected.It prevent !
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1 : -.J" -, '.'" tr'., -a registered and Only Molon '
j I-- t PI"'y blebi.et jon will determine where the CIimG1 '.
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f e responsibility lies In making the It/I1L/ t. ..',. t ', ..
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Preliminary plans for the Science 'P. ; : : '"?
GETJlllFlEEClPfJlllfA1J" > -of BuUdinZ at Suwatmee Hirer Junior .
1 FURNITURE
'''' ,\; t ifeff were approved by the State DUNN aD! : : I '

; : llAi lilt .:.CO i 'i Schoolar+ < .. : the' board. Motion was offered ay
Mr McLeod, seconded by Mr Bailey
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-Due 4i .. 'IW 3-2340 MADISON, FIXRn>Av 1 jJ '
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';NOTICE OF LEASt Candidates-Strew your name S ,
THINKING '
When buying t
4'WHEREAS S. till around the county with E-R I your .Slight ChargeA

.." ; campaign cards, posters, dr- slight charge is made for: ,
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Commissioners, the of Madison Board of',-County County,, culars. Be sure to say some- AI3OUTMORE" from Newsboys'. ) ALL ENTERTAINMENTNOTICES

?'larida, ?! ,the 3rd day of:February! thing nice about yourself, even Please DO NOT park in the (regardless of )
INSURANCE? sponsor
determined street and make your newsboy run I
1960, that it It'to the! If no one else win.
.i' best interest of the County of out Into the street to make a sue. A ALL NOTICES OF MONEY-
:Madison to lease the liereinalter j Kindly pull over to the curb. RAISING PROJECTS
described reel l property for.4 periodof I 1 NAVACO AWNINGS Our newsboys have Instruction regardless of sponsor) I
twenty years "*JTKTON SUPPLY COMPANY .\"'. to STAY,,OUT ot the streets, and ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE-
we will appreciate your cooperating ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY I
Notice is hereby given that the 1 '
Board of County Commissioners Candidates-Strew your name rs; LHg5 '.. .. with us AND THEM for. KIND

toil on the 2ndday of March,.1960 all around the county with E-R THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very (regardless of organization) I

at the hour of'10:00 o'clock A, M. campaign cards, posters, cir Need Help In. I much. ---- ------ Prices are jeasonable. BJsiflff product ,
accept bids for :cash for a 20 fear KEEP UP WITH POLITICS' costs 'force us to-omit ALL \
lease the following described culars. Be sure to say something FREE ADVERTISING.
one, I Ywr
Preparing
property in Madison County, Florida I nice about yourself, even IN THE E-R THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER I

to-wh: if no one else will. ..,.. ..
A lot'or tract of land containing S IncMeTixRetms .
2.1G acres, more or less Jocated in -. 1
Madison County, Florida and ly- TOBACCO GROWER-MEETING l.L. -. .
::1 IN LIVE OAKGaJnesvfJJe .' ..: *-. ? S STUMP BROS.
the
fog in 9 Northeast Quarter ofSection "
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S3, Township North. Range
(special)-A state-wide
9 East designated Unit
as A-15 on
Key flat Map of Cherry Lake meeting of the. flue-cured tobacco '. I, CASH and. CARRY
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growers will take 'place in Live 1 .
Farms, dated November 1937 and .
filed for record in the Clerk'sOffice i Oak Tuesday, February 23, the .' ..; < 1 316 SOUTH PATTERSON CA-FLA. DEPOT BLDG.
Florida Farm Bureau announcedthis >I<
Madison, Florida "bn the '
3td day of December, 1945, the week. < I VALDOSTA,,, GEORGIA. .
The session will be in the Live ilP .
tract being more particularly des. ;', 8x6-8x1: H Mahogany Flush Door jfcr
Oak Elks Cub building and all .,
gibed as follows: '
tobacco invited t'o Each ... .. X_ 410J
growers are at-
jt.2
Beginning at the Southwest corner 'X
tend, according to E H Flnlayson, 2-8x6-8x1% Mahogany Flush Door
of the Northeast Quarter of '
the Northeast Quarter Section 33, Greenville, President of the Florida .C. E. QUICK _.__....,.._.._-... 550
Farm Bureau who will preside.
Township 3 North,. Range-' East Key in,Knob Locks
and thence running llong the South Most of the program is expectedto HO 3-6163 BOX 292 Each 3.90 .
be handled by representative "
line of the
of
Northeast Quarter
of the Flue Cured Tobacco Stabilization ilADlSON. FLORIDA 4x8xU Int. Plywood '
Northeast Quarter: of Section 33, Each .,.. .. 2 85
.
Corporation.The '
Township 3 North, Range 9 East This Gull Life agent can tell .r-; .
644.00 feet to an iron pipe, the meeting is primarily plannedto you how, with Adapt'A- 4x8x?: Int. PJyw Od' ,
point of beginning! of the tract I acquaint the tobacco farmers Plan, your insurance is Each -- --.* 6.95
hereinafter described, thence running with current situations which might adaptable. For example, a ; .
2 4x3-2 \VU1dowI'. .
affect the and with
dui South .342.00 feet to an industry any family Income plan can also Each .. 10 50
facts discovered d .
new practices or 'I'
Ircn pipe set at shore line at high provide substantial retirement
water mark of Cherry Lake thence during the past year, according to Income. Glee hima 2-8x4-6 Window Unit,,
running along the shore line of T K McKane Jr, Executive Vice- call today Each i_ __ 12.85
President of the Farm Bureau.
Cherry Lake, the high water being Sheetrock 4x8x* -
the line North 58 degrees 00' East .: '- Each 1.35FuJI

644.66 feet to an iron pipe set on WMU .CIRCLES :
the South line of Northeast Quarter Thick Insulation Batts
of Northeast Quarter of Section Baptist WMU Circle.ill meet NEW ELECTRIC -KEY Thousand.Sq. Ft. ._,.,,.....--__ 57.00

33. Township 3 North, .Range East, February 22nd as follows: ADDING MACHINES 215 TB Asphalt Shingles .

thence running along sad! line Circle No. 1, will meet with Mrs Square ..... .. .... ...--.... ?& 5.60
North 89 degrees fc8' West 546.70 C T McWiniams at 3 pm. Circle VICTOR .. .. .... $171.00 15 Lb. or 30 Lb. Asphalt Felt

feet to lease the point will be of beginning.This given subjectto 3 No.pmt 2 with No.3 Mrs will H meet E McArthur with Mrs at Short form $2.50 BURROUGHS ...... 209.50 Roll ....... _... 2.00Cemen

all reservations, exceptions and C W Cantey ,at 10 am. CLARY ... .. .. .. .... 225.00 Portland! w ... 1Sack 125
conditions appearing in that certain form $5.00 t .
BWS will meet with Mrs JamesT Long ;rt .r j --
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deed dated the 23rd day of Barber at 6-30 Monday evening ODHNER .... .... ... 259.50 Mortar Mix I;.

August, 1946, and recorded in the 22nd. Special Rates TOTALIA .. .. .. .. .. 259.00 Sack .., -:-5': ..- 1.15
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit ;.
Court of Madison County, Florida plus fed. and state tax 4x8xHCefote> Sheathing.

In Deed Book 65, Page 162, and On Others Thousand Sq. Fix;..:...:........-.-...,.... .63.00.
also, subject to the condition; that Smith-Corona adding THEENTERPRISERECORDER Sheetrock Cement r' .._ ,1:'" '

during the term of said )ease, that -Call- Sack ... .... .............. >' 2.50
said property will be used only by Macs typewriters HU 3-6361 .
the lessee for civic, educational ;
and/or recreational purposes.' In HU 3-6910 3i i 3 PAY CASH-PAY LESS
event any or either of the above and cash registers.The .
... conditions or reservations are violated 1
said property is -t6 revert HU 3-2555 Radiator RepairingMcWILLIAMSGARAGE STUMP BROS.
back to the County ot Madison, ;
Florida and the lease; shall be jl| .
null and void. : I

This notice shall be published Eaterprise-Receder ____ m_____ _.
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once a week for at least two weeksIn
the Enterprise-Recorder, a newspaper
of general circulation; published reject any and all bids. WORTH MORE 6'$ SWORN TO SAVE
in Madison County, Florida. DALE M. LESLIE. Clerk
Bids will be opened at 10.-00 a. Board of County Commissioners Chevy's 6-cytinder enginesare
m. on the 2nd day of March, 1960. Madison County, Florida set to squeeze extra miles .
The Board receives the right to 24.3t-ch out of every drop of fuel.They're .
--- famous for low
long
BECAUSE THEY( fuel consumption, high. ,
performance. .''-... .

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: SHORT STROKE V8'S ,' 1//"

WORK MORE Power-packed for peak performance NEW DOLLAR-SAVING

Chevy's husky PRICES ;
V8's make child's play out of ".

66 1 .. the toughest hauls. They Chevrolet's low prices make :' .
.. 1 have a mind tuned to econ- big truck news for '60. They ..,. ..
omy, too, that keeps costs mean money in your pocketon .ff
this list of advances with the features
Compare Chevy ordinary down, profits up. model after model. Step- ,

: trucks are stID talking: about YoaH see why Chery Vans,4-Wheel Drives,many "

trucks done i in light-duty models with automatic .
get more work a day...why they go extra transmissions are o

thousands of m3cs before trade-in time.These Stnnfi-Bilt lower priced. Also, prices

,': Sixties aren't just ww, they're a full scale revolution! have been reduced on all
optional VS'..
Special L Reduced ,
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With
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independent front suspension
SUCK NEW SUBURBAN
PRICES ON there's a brand-new, SEE YOUR DEALERIt
2-1 smoother, easier handling CARRYALLS ;
fed behind the wheel. could be the most impor
These handsome new handy tant visit you make in '60.
haulers "double in brass"- When you've seen these new
i "\A 11 11t T..SPUK: can transport eight passengers Chevies, you'll agree they're
or up to 950 Ibs.of pay- the world's most advanced
Each
'.,' TIRES front wheel suspended .
J load. Rear and center seats
independently of the other, ne trucks. Then drive one and

i : i r' is free to step faffr&fauty are easy when to remove necessary.and For replace find out why.

: over b11D1pLADd shockproof work or for pleasure, these
torsion springs front soak
: vp double-duty }beauties axe
t::! ** ,. up the jars and jolts fc/orf best for bqtbl'I -
., Dine .February ami 4 they reach the >body. With . .- .. CHGVRQLEf.
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... .. three rugged new tailored-to- .. -
-' ; ) ': the-trodcrear suspensions to eMS filM: ms i ,:-
further reduce road shocks : .S
Big get a bigger break*' !
gays
RECENTLY! INt'ALLED-: ; ,t.1"" Chery cites you tlegrootbeat
.. truck ride you've ever in a Chevy cab. There'splenty '. ......,
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.'-* i_ li tft t .j< fdLwammrr of space inside to

F .-eiid AIeiitr',.:...,.' ...' ... e...... -" ,. .. 0\ stretch out and relax; men .; i. f ,
room for hats and hips J ,men .
: ** ::: ; f II -DlJ1nlY, II room for wide shoulders and .;.. 1 '

Alignment Equipment ... .. I ". .:; : : long legs. There's hortrorf- '. .
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TO SERVICE ALL CA&S ,AND PICK-UPS wide visibility through a
: ? iI .. Drive a '60 Chevy lost .windshield with 25% more
t .k ..J one Right yooll notice glass' area; a new seet*a- .
I j : )iE'fLY'BII IJCORA'i1.D'Jr: .. sway :1' ..t. s (.. "' ..-.
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.j: the absence of 14>eam glsuctHoitrument! panel- .' t '.
..a r' shimmy'and wheel fight common Cabs are safer, too, up ton '
! i 4 oa' ordinary uu b. %more rigid. ;%04STUWj-ItT| PKWHET TRUCKS \
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EHERRY'S .' .. .. '. ; '. . J ;... .

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''S f' ,Mr.W.E Wells of Greenville will' BUSINESSMEN e'
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t. > be .honored on his ninetieth tsr Eipt .1t Annitqnc If you want customers every
COftSTRUCIlON I
; -day byan open house birth-I, eEverything .X Tell 'em yon Saw''ii'in i week in your store, tell 'em
from 2:00 pm until 6:00 ',, ,
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New and Remodeling ; .'
about it in an E-R ad everY:
February 24. All friends and relative r t
I Rfwerton Supply Ct. : *: of' Mr Wells are Invited to your Home Town Ga week.
attend the occasion which will be I "
I !i! ,,_" ':," .."..held, in his home in ,Pine Island. .-4 r .i zelle-The E-R I Giant Jumbo Hamburgers i in:

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Money! the Madison daughter engagement Floridaannounce of their I GROWM



Pinetta Community SuEllen.to ////w4.
A/3e Donald R Placzkowtkl I
RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST son of Mr and Mrs Joe Placzkowsklof
FUNDS
Council PlansBarbecue Hanson. Florida. ,
f 17) WITH
OFFICE HOURS Miss Seals Is a member of the 'a
Senior class of Madison High. Mr. '
FRL 9 AM TO 4 PM Supper
TUES..WED.- .
I riaczkowskl, a graduate of Madison / DOUBLEBARRELED
THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO hlON High is now serving In the
V United States Air Force and Is
"Licking Good Eating" waiting
stationed at Amarillo Air Force .
The New for friend and neighbors of the Base, Amarillo Texas. [ .,-. ., '
Piretta Community Council at Pin-
etta School Friday night February .
I E J Welch Sr of West Palm
19, at 6 o'clock. The Council is
Beach, In renewing for the home I DIXIENITROGEN ..
planning a jam up good barbecue
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I ri paper, write that ho has just' returned I
II I pork supper with all the trimmings..
from Port au Prince and I .
All the good friends and neighborsof .
;has all his' papers yet to read.
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invited to t -
Plnetta are cordially
Saving & Loan Association
drive over and enjoy a good supper 'M
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TOO w VALDOSTA, GA. and afterward a good musical I CANDIDATES Rent an adding
115 N. Jns'
show putJn by local and neighbor- machine to total promises of support BARREL #1 BARREL #2
Association BI You.Small from the deer peepul.THE E-R.
The Friendly ":- Enough. to Sera
; s Inc talen All proceeds' will go to 1' IN GERMANY STARTS FAST Gives KEEPS 'BM CROWING
Vii: Enough To. Know You ..... the further development of the ... your crops an immediate -An season long to ', .,
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... y '.. .' .yk:. .. E.li" -: I' A 'Community Ccnte ralt| Come! "'
| 3d Armored Div. Germany growth boost when they full maturity and big
-' .... .t. (AHTNC)-Array SgL LewlsV need it most. yields.
Davenport IOn of Mrs Emma D

Davenport Route 2, Madison, Fla, EVERYBODY.MARCH . .
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participated with other personnel
from the 3d Armored Division in .
NEW GAR !' Exercise Winter Shield at the Gra- FOR DIXIE
: fenwohr Ilobenfels training area In
H southern Germany Feb. 1-7.
Da\eriport, a cook in CompanyD : s-1Iu ..LH i J ) j ,
of the division's 33d Armor.
snag" QQp lUXBMOtMV VEIN YOU fAXM YmlIUIIIXIa ears'naTIIATt
:. entered the Army In 1947 and
arrived overseas on this tour ofduty
In June 1936. I & ( i $ Ir J Ir ) J ..j J J J
m lie Is a graduate of Madison High
p *- MAC m Dix-a-W1q nx-n-Lu\ Doc-n MAUD m DaL -
School

BABY PULLIAM .. t l l 1 f J J I J J J

LAMID THS CKAS8 CROW CIZCN-DI: WHEN ITS DRESSED WITH 10-'",
> Mr and.Mrs J S Palikun. Jr of -
Daytona Reach are announcing the L-I ;
t>iiA arrival of a baby girl February : : ; fr J' I
I llth weighing 7 Ib*. 2 ozs. Mrs J IUILII a TmtHuxo'nu'niiACctNDix-iB-uuax t>cxniAMDIXIB
,\ S Pulliam of PJKrtta: Is the proutl

grandmother. I J J ; 1 t.L: J t r ; I ; (f"I
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(2631 DON'T WANT TO MISS THE E-R' /tAxo. lot Dft-I -WtD.- tourm m-ut not wen COT TGt/enow.uamm
Inclosed you will find check for I

renewal of the RK'01'der.Ve don't I, I r 1 r-r J t r r r I rrI'IIUIe
N EW want to miss a single issue. It is' r
and look forward I 0/1 aor: Kxv-a UXM wen YHLM or coat sores
/ a Government po.ted manufacturer sug-j our old home we I
treated retail list price for Mercury. to each Saturday morning visit of I/;

Monterey 2-ooor aedan the\eree mall, Fla.Fckiwy man.. W. C Newbern. FtP J J r J .J... J : J. j J J r ; I .

Thia priot Includes: dual t-A"J"ta.. TOO VtU sow 01 DCr.it< m e sT. TU IOY. TIM MO MUdTT SAGS Or
adf- djoatiaff brakes,directional Bcnala,* : : tP
-; .: waDto-waH carpeting, safety steering r 11)) J r I .
& : wheel 3.,...electric windshield wipera. r J .J
LO'W' t safety slaw in every window, lami- Specials J 1; caa, aim nswn; tat MO amamAo*or m-a tI
nixed KBwAer. foam rubber a at cuabiotiamoncjHf I
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ar .Full 12Vinch-whtlb. .'ecotnpl t. 'Itt" j Thigpen
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aut MK>its la America todyBOWyo .". I
f .; yo fSt a new-lower,prioa. Optional+ "' ;.. Gilf Service IE
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TIRE 'REPAIR. .. :. 75c I I ",l DIXIE r u BIGGEST' YIELZ.;.; i
'WSO"j IWe Fertilizers Nitrogen and PROFITS! -;

CAR WASH'1.00' GET THE SOUTH'S OWN DIXIE 'NITROGEN
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FEBRUARY AND MARCH IN "

MADISON COUNTY *. Oft? Brought To You Weekly By jI j

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FLORIDA WKJHJK SCRAP lOOK,
:February 4, February 18, March .3, :
.March 17 March 31 toward StaWLomkrCo. I

,I ,,Hanson 10:00-10:45 f"" SQojitlEL wIT* ll&
Pinetta School 10:30-12:55 .. r >
Mrs Martha Johnson, Librarian LAM Is-r HOATJ' NW a&.CIC"MaRIcAW : ....",. "'i. j-v" I
Pinetta Post Office 1:00-1:45 I -- HEAP Alta '
Cherry Lake School-10:15-11:30: ftpucJUtlL-r'ltal _r TYPICAL.MARKINGS. .. 1 I
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Mrs Elizabeth Howell, Librarian M O O f ,

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1st College Semester Suwannee.. River' .Junior j, A- YOUR j' I Blacker the fish B.fftr the Day for Flaking" I Il

1. James L Scurry _'0 4.0 _
IN THE
Lives
2. Gladyse L Hlghtower ,..:- 3.8 WOOD FLORiIIA
3. Tillman Peck _.._..__ 3.6 OPEN PINE
4. Willie Peacock :....._.44. 3.4 THRUOUT MOST OFAME, l L'5 L'5HOWARD STUDSTILL
5. Mary Mobley ......._..._ 3.2 FLORIDA -
6. Burnett Brown ..._...__... 3.2 ARE RODENTS RE LATE PTO : AWjM/45
"7. Lueva L Glee .._................ 3.2 RAB5tTS, ItATS MICE AMID
S. Ceas'ar C Alexander _: 3.2 WOO CHUCtcS LUMBER COMPANY

9. Carrie L Aikens .............._.. 3.0
10. Eddie L Curry _.............._.. 3.0 PIOEIPA ClAM AMP PftlfH WAT1K "..IH.c COMMigaON. HU tf.6106 MADISON, FLORIDA

11. Annie R Glanton ......._.._. 3.0
12. Joan Milton .............._ 3.0
ENROLLMENT I ..
]at Semester ......._... .....r-......-'. 60 Don't let your friendly, day of Strauss, who produced such
2nd Semester .....__.........._ 73 courteous competitors do nil Madison High SchoolFIRST Bouland John EIGHTH; Cave, Paul Opera Troupe To masterpieces as the Blue Danube
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increase. Waltz
22 per cent and Tales of the Vienna
the advertising! Dial The E-R, Chason Kay; Copeland, Harry; Perform Feb. 24 Woods.
CANDIDATES-When your friendly HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimmean Dickey, Charles; Hardee. Carey; The Artist Series Association
opponents make untrue statements SEMESTER HONOR ROLL Johnson Clarence; May Cissy;I
represents a cooperative effort
ad Mrs Wilson. between -
about your past activities straightenout "A"33b4POINTSTWELFTH SmiU1. Susan Barbara
; Taylor ; I The National Grass Roots Opera the North Florida Junior
the record with an E-R ad. WJlllarrw, Bess; Worthington, Con'
Company will present in Englishthe College, its students and other
there'i KEEP UP WITH POLITICS Brown LaVeme
If they tell the truth on you ; Brown. Louise stance.
live opera. Dic'.Flcdermaus; (the Interested citizens in making available =
not much we can do.Gtodyear IN THE E-R Bunker Teena; Donaldson Howard; I
t SEVENTHBtvb Bat) by Johann Strauss, on Wednesday to its members a series of
Gaston Ann Mandzlara
Peggy ,
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Ronald; Plant Johnny; Rowe, Sircy; Betty; Ca\ Dale; Christ- February .24, at 8:15 p. outstanding cultural programs.Dr .
Smith Elizabeth; Ttiten Linda Ulm m&s, Bucky; Corbet. Mike; Cornelius, m at the Madison Woman Club;
Fam Tractor Sandra; WIgelsworth. Janie. ; Bill; Fletcher, Diane; Gibson. Betty Thlr will be the third in a series I R E Watson has returned
STOP BY KELLY'S ELEVEN"I1IGrambt Jesus; Hutchinson. Jackie; Klnsey of four programs maderavallable by from a two weeks' medical check

TIES Harry; Kramer Ar- Bcbby; Livingston, Judy; Matheny the Artist Series Association. :i up at a New Orleans clinic. He was
FOR MENS & LADIES nold; Mathis, Marie: Waring. Mar Nancy; JlcClamma. Dennis; Mc- Robert Kennedy Instructor in accompanied by his daughter 1\Iiss
Large stock, priced right tha. Cullough. Donald; Morrow Carlena; music at North Florida Junior College Louise Watson.
Watches 199526.95 TENTH Norris, Dewalne; Paterson Mike; describes the opera as a "typi .
Pkkks, Gerl Ruxsvll Van Smith. cal Johann Strauss melodic styleof
: Baas Doris; Harrison. Betsy; -Reg- ; ; ADVERTISERS E-R will
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MesserBaliery Sandy; Stout, Steve: Sutton Ronnie; the waltz king at his best: It
liter Peggy; Tomllnson. Greer 'I
KELLY WATCH REPAIR ,r eisz. ; Tolar. Daniel; Williams. Don; is aj!light comedy and gives what Is..I G appreciate your ad copy by
& Tire Co. L Carolyn.AZIr'1Ti Woodard Sherry. probably a representative picture of I 5 p.m. TUESDAY. THANKS.
some aspects of Vienna life in the
Dixon, Kenneth; Gibson, Beverly; i '
I Howerton, Gaines; McChQaiey.I
Buddy; Milliner. Rick; Weave AND WHAT'CAN '
Kelda; Williams. Billy: Williams; : WE DO

Sheryl; Wright, Mildred. .

NEWHOMES Hodnett. Joe EIGHTH; Kelley Linda Gall) i- FOR YOU ? H.'

Page, Vicki; Peters Frances; Smith: f
Helen; Wejrcr. Wa"nCVl1 ,
Sharon; William. Billy. 1
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WOULD YOU BUILD A NEW HOME ON SEVENTHCherry r

YOUR LOT OR ACRE? Johnny; Clark William;
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NO MONEY DOWN CHECK THESE! Cooper Jackie; Davis Jimmy; Hembrec 1I
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.. Len; Hughes Patty; Kelley I '
5 SILLS, NOT 3 Patsy Lee; Merchant Shirley;
No.1 FLOORING, NOT No. 2 v :\augbtonfary Carol; Register, :

No. 1 SIDING, NOT No; 2 Duddy: Sale. Jimmy. 3 a
< MADISON HIGH SCHOOL ,
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2x8 FLOOR V
JOISTS, NOT 2x6 ... -First Semester Honor
Roll-
. TERMITE SHIELDS ; "B"-2 3'5i, 3.: 2/5 J'oinU t r52-!

CREOSOTE ALL SILLS and FLOOR JOISTS. TWELFTH .
Adams Joe Blalock : 1r Mp f: ""
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,SAME PRICE AS Maurv\
OTJl.THAT, USE No. 2"MATBRIAL
Drins n. Linda: Buchanan, Randall:1.;
AND THREE SILLS D"ckhaJt, Carmen; Conway. James;

>uce. Robbie; Everett James; .
!Hoyd. Donnie: Gossman Joy; Hicks; ; t
'-, Up To 10....Years, To Pay .t .. ;Freddie; Hutchinson Rosalind; John .
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.. REMODEL AND ADDITIONS '*. son, Janet; Massey, Ann; McCoy.
Susan Mercer. John
; ; Musscr. Eddie; .t"
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Pcpera. Tommy; Ragans. Annell;
Get prices and specifications, from the rest Then
you Ramans. Buddy; Rutherford, Billy; 1
will buy from Sparks Best Sapp. Joyce; Smith Linda; Stokes 1 .
I Carolyn; Townsend Betty; ToWnsend .
. Our Satisfied customers are our GREATEST asset; hereis Jo Ann; West Billie; Wil- l J
. llama, Wanda; ZJpperer Jean.
. one and more will be mailed on request ELEVENTH 1

.Agner, Diana; Allen Judy; Bell
Bonnie: minion Beverly; Bornette,
" .. ,; .' Mary Kay; Dixon, Margaret; Dot \ .
i .. ,v ;*..;...Hanson, Florida tern Chuck; Downing* John; Ezell t'I. }. ,

: .: '_ ..d '.February llth,'' I960i Patricia; Fielder, Martha; Haire. '
' ry .. Arnold; Hamilton Nancy; Harris "I
,4; t Benny; Henderson, Diane; KIn#; ,
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vx ; Donald; Littleton Judy; Long Russell .1 I
Tp Whom it may concern: J.* .V ; Norfleet Nell; Oliver Lquis; r ;

, SParks Best Homes built a three bed room borne forma.' iast Scott Randall Strickland. KTckJe: .-. "
. .. ., ? i Then, Evte Lou; VJd n. LaTreDcl" I :
summer, while I 'Was. In the ,Lake City Hospital and'1'am Watson, Jay; Webb Jank Ruth; i 'i"!

sure' that should I have been home it could not: have Webb, Robbie Jean; WUliams t .
Carolyn: Wood. Betty Ann; Wright
been constructed any better, as Mr. Sparks fives, each Helen Sue.

home built his personal supervision. TENTH

.t Should any one be interested in a well-built home, J.would. Bass Judy; Bouland. Julie; Can : .<..
tey, Sister; Denson. Ann; JotesotC t '
be very happy to afewer any fetter that is mailed l mej ,as Charles; McReynoIds, Odessa; Z ;flfhJ

I am satisfied, with both material and consji-ucjiea tor Peper Jackie; Pkkels, Betty; app, f .. .. t'l-_ J

better still, should you be in Hanson, oar home ;(jest Ectelle. "4**'" +A 4 Whatever you need in the way of banldaj service, ycgncan'depend 1 ... 1
NINTH 4
across from the'Methodist Church. ..:* Black Willian Bunting on this bank to supply it promptly, efficiently, ,

Signed: :Rev. W. J. ,Bennett Cok Jody; Cooe;, Myrtle;. Dotters Bmy; courteous For we not only offer complete service*.&. .:.1 J ..
and tlwr.latest in modern Unkinrfccflities have .
.Chftlarme; FaJretoth, Steron;-H mmKk we a ca :
Larry Joe; 1t rr l1. 'Sbeiia: 'frendlyjnterest in the people use save that, we firmly a4 R' ,

.!. : Writ.. Hkrs. N. .ncy, Hoghey. Freddy; !!J.. .... ,,believe, ire baniiBC easier >an/mpg ple ant for eVery- .:.....,
:"': l"f ": !C'Ot"-1f.::.4IiI Riches, Freddy; Lk1n :tOD... Jay: body.

;" ... n -Mtrer.T., Janet;, Onrnx,, Ann; ,Ra- .' '... '**. .it'i > .
: S ( 5 rb elt iit c : ii ans. Diane Sale. Jimmy, Smith!
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.. n ,1s Bradley; Thomas; Smith, Dexter Dede;;Tibbals.Smith Phy1.M Sandra Fltrkla Bank at, Maiiison .

.. ., k,r....;:d: .xAJI" ) ON... FIARDLT4 .... ,1.' .. 1>; 'f, ..:.:' : Townsend Loraiar; Tuteo, r ". Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation "

... !'Pia: WJatt.... .,'. r r-O. ..,.....',1 ::4Ail Florida Natioaal Group of Ba aka .'1 .; ,;
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CLASSIFIED ADS Jr COMPLETE PUMP REPAIRING Conference Tournament SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.


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Littleton PLACES 01f : 109 S. PATTERSON STREET
Well Drillers. THREE
/* Sale for KB- ALL-TOU! .
t NAMENT ;,'rEAM0Tl1t1R1. : VALDO TA. GEORGIA
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Phone HU 961. Madison HONORS r.. ) ; ,). i S. S.n %
II .....". ,.L1VXX\.1XXVVXX \ I : A Machine+ RepairRental' Sewing Course
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W. B. Davis, Jr. WORK HALF DAYS JOHN W'.WADSWOR1H lien basket of ball the 'North-players) Florida already Conference jrfH,| \ \; New Machines $59.50"and up

: REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: And .,
earn $2 to' $3 an hour championship won' the com
} ACREAGE' FARMS servicing AVON customers Registered fcrence tournament in
Jn Surveyor Jennings 1 CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-23M COLLECT
i BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL jour 'neighborhood. We train Saturday night defea'tngw"fOntt-l
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL you. Write AVON, Box 3103 Phone flU 3-2372 cello 91 to 71. Ace Donne: Floyd Service in 21 Hours .
t APPRAISALS MSS, Tallahassee, Fla. MADISON. FLORIDA threw in 47 points for the winners
i i.' ,.', :r" ABSTRACTS OF TITLE /. awl Billy Rutherford 16 mare
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MARY'S
.. TITLE INSURANCE GUILD Mack Joiner accounted for 22 pointsfor
'112 West Base Street FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE! Mrs T F Uvingston was hostess Monticello and Wells
MADISON. FLORIDA M Farmall Tractor B 24 Cross to the Guild of St Mary's Epis-I I for 20.Florida. Monty AFRICA IS WAITING MOVES TO NEW .LOCATION

Phone HU 3.6277WANTEDREWARD Section Harrow, Ford Tractor, copal church Wednesday evening at High, defeated Friday ---- Williams-Andrews Insurance
planter and cultivator 2 John her home with a good attendance.The night by Montkrelfo, overcame I Agency moved Monday rom their
I I
Deere Farm Wagons. One drag meeting opened with devotional Greenville, defeated by Madison I II "Africa Is Wafting" was the location at 109 S Horry Street to
Just looking for an energetic I type Harrow. One li! ton Ford reading and prayer. Plans over--dome theme ot the second lesson on I the corner of Harry and Base
couple who will remodel and en-! Truck. Cash complete $2500. were made for a Parish supper on!,I Jennings. in the consolation Medical Missions at the First Methodist streets in the Fraleigh building,
joy living in one of the finest II EDGAR RILES, Lloyd. Fla Phone the evening of ThursdaY. Feb. 23. I game 69 to 33.ALLTOURNAMENT. church presented Wednesday formerly occupied by Fraleigh-
large houses in Madison. Spacious,. 46607 Tallahassee, Fla. 242tpdRoom Cake the and coffee were served at TEAM evening by Mrs J B Davis, who Ashley Truck & Tractor Co.
gracious, close-in. Call or come by. ------ social hour. Voted on the alltournamentteam illustrated her talk with films of The interior office space has
I and board.: Reasonable were Floyd, Billy Rutherfordand the work in Africa conducted b> been completely renovated for more
Broadus rates. Phone HU 3-6873: 24-lt-ch Judson Rowe entered Tallahassee Joe Adams of Madison; Monty I the church. Dr John Sands will present -I efficient accommodations Mr Robert
Willoughby
/ ) : Memorial hospital Friday for Wells Mack Joiner and Jimmy I the third lesson Wednesday Andrews new member of the
T REALTOR : Farming, Land for Rent: Approx.acres ment and possible surgery. tnat-I Nix of Monticello; Roy Kinsey ol I night. February 17. I'Agency, stated.
of good loll MACK
Contact
Rowe
accompanied him.
Greenville) : Lloyd Wetherington of .
Phone Office HU 3-C481 : HADDEN t.HU 3-6293, Madison, .
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Residence HU 3-6481. Madison I .a. Jennings; and Charles Calhoun and
MADISON, FLORIDA Florida. 24-it-ch R E Ragans suffered a heart at- Danny Lltwhilcr of Florida High.
tack at his home Saturday, and is In named
addition Floyd was Attention Tobacco Farmers!
FOR SALE: Willys 1947 Jeep, four Notices a patient at. the local hospitalx : the tournament's most valuable performer .
wheel drive. Running gear in I and was also awarded a .
good condition. $250.00 cash. Call Little Vivian Ragans of Orlando, I
plaque for being named the outstanding We now have in our warehouse .
HU 3-6594, Madison, Fla. 25-lt-ch (A modest charge Is made for who has been spending some time opponent faced last fall by
public notices in this column). here with her grandparents the the Lowndes County High School
FOR SALE: Two lake-front Iota Henry Raganses and Phil Howards,
football team. 1. Complete line of FUNGICIDES for tobacco plant
on Cherry Lake. Phone CherryLake
will return home Sunday.x .
Jlad1aon"ent the whole
8268. MRS J L SIMS. I through h d diseases.
season with only one loss.
23-2t-ch David B Smith of Madison will
2. INSTANT VIGORO (water soluble fertilizer) for
attend the County Farm Bureau
FOR SALE: One full-blood Hampshire Mrs E M Richards of Altha Is
male hog, excellent breeder. President's conference in Gainesville here this week visiting her mother tobacco beds and transplanting. '

BOB SEARCY, Box 98, Lee, Fla' repairing done by set "doctors": February 2123. and sister, Mrs C A Langford and
Phone HU 36487. 24-lt-ch CANDIDATES Rent an adding Mrs J B Davis.Goodyear 3. Soil fumigants

FOR SALE: The Hanson Grocer machine to total promises of sup- .". ."."..".-."..".,.. --" .,,.
and living quarters, or trade for port from the deer peepuL THE E-R.

a, good farm. Inquire at Grocery 24-2t-ch Are you peddling insurance, Tires $12J)5) SWIFT & CO.

tranquilizers, shoes, or automobiles 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type;
BEFORE SELLING your timber ? Keep the public In- plus tax and recappable tire.
or timber land please see me. We WAREHOUSE
are also interested in buying a formed of your valuable services MESSER /' .:
limited amount of ptne-hardwood with an inexpensive '
c/o WARING WYCHE & SONS '
pulpwood delivered by truck to We know how to diagnose )"OUrTV. weekly ad in The E-R, saying
See Foley, ,write Fla., or or loaded call on R R cars ills and cure 'em fast nice things about local folks Battery & Tire Co. :MADISON, FLORIDA .

L. P. GIBSON QUff MAN since 1865. ,
Rt. 3, Madison Florida
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 -- -.: ... L -=
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, TELEVISION SERVICE
FOR RENT: The R Mickler store

I : building on South Range street.i 401 E Stevens St .i. s '
Available now R C DICK SON. *-' We Repair,

HU 3-2517 24-lt.ch Reccrd-Playera-Automob11e Radios I'a : .. .. I .--.- r _._'j_ A Few Choice Selections Ys.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart: IN USED TV SETS
ment, with hot water heater. W Work guaranteed satisfaction :
I'M READING
J C COPELAND. SR. HU 32241. PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE : .

I 23.tf-ch OUR-THANK WAY OF YOU"SAYING ;

FOR RENT: A house with modem
Phone 9481 Quitman Ga. _
conveniences. Also Lake privileges. '
Phone Cherry Lake 82C8. MRSJ Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers \ .
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L SIMS. 23-2t-ch .
ADS IN THE 4
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FOR Lakeside.RENT:HOWARD Two-bedroom STUDSTILL house; in GIRARDiN JEWELERSFor ra.V

\ office phone HU 3-6106; residence ,;,t\. .
HU 36630. 20-tf-ch 'jf, ,
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SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL '.
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FOR RENT One 2.bedroom house, DIAMONDS JEWELRY .
available February 20. MRS J P EXPERT REPAIRING ,/
JOHNSON, HU 3-6251. 24-it-ch 1.1'" I ,
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FOR RENT: Unfurnished House. ,'"
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Call Dr A P EDGERLEY. 'AnON '

.. HU 3-6128 ," .. .to II. SERVICE'BRIDAL' E R



Help WantedWant VALDOSTA GA. -

j to make $20 or more in I

a day for part or full time route 303 No. Patterson .. t
work? Man or woman. Write Mc- J ,

... NESS CO. Box 2766, DeSolo Sta. ,... .
Memphis 2, Tenn. 24.2t-pd "
J. D. ScruggsFORESTER '
ANTED: Will\PaY.cash; .for good
used piano. Write Box 141,' Madison IN .

Florida. 25-lt-pd, REGISTERED SURVEYOR ... p
Ph. HU 3GMADISON ...
WANTED: White 'lady to represent FLA. ... ... .
upholstery: Company. Show samples

quote prices. Liberal Com-I For your 'grttiding'and mix I

-mission." ,,W.ritev,}SOUTHLAND; : kig on your farm, call WEST w

FURNITURE CO, Box 1004,,I END :BULLING COMPANY .', .1 M.. '

Valdosta, Ga. 24-lt-cJi Quitman, Ga. Call phone. 4971 boo ..- .' -
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WANTED: Shelled t.or aaapped collect \ '-
com. SAMPAIk LAKE FARM, I .

Phone HU 3-6860, Id..... ", .
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Have possession of 8 hOIL Owner (II Fai.ued .

identify and pay .exp eBles. W H ..". ,
BAILEY JR, Rt. 1. Grftltvi1fe, : 1
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4 .MODERNIZE. with G-E appliances YOUR ,KITCHEN veA PRE- frINETTA SCHOOL 0 .. .? Tt IMP U, W*" AlMntitti : r ):. : '.

OSIONWARE CABINETS. Up FridajrjNlght. .... February. 19_ a...p.m.. ,*.... t;..:: : I
to 5 yean to pay. Ca11 'or 'Write .' 1 ii lartaaiIP ?: > :J. .
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cattle and hogs to our
your ADULTS, $1.00 CHILDREN 50c ,. .
Sales .
auction each Monday. tartjt .
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STOCKYARDS &pftnsored by'CommunityCouncil I
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Fla. > :Pinefxa\ ,

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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST -ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH WITNESSES. CONSERVATION

CHURCH CHURCH
118 N. Orange St. Phone HU 3-6335 -
Sunday -
service
'A preaching every ;
MEETINGS:
WE WELCOME YOU Service Sunday : L C
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'preaching every by ruatr.
Bible Study: Wednesday 730 P. *L
.1st" and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m morning Service Meeting: Friday 7:00 P. M. (Sell Conservation Servke) ..... .

2nd and 4th Sundays 750 p. m 1st and 3rd,Sundays 10:00 a. m. Ministry School: FrldaY.8OO p. M.Wafchtower Eugene Mugge of Greenville completed PHOTOS FOR CANDIDATES .
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; Sunday School each 2nd 4th 11:00 the first land leveling Job '" ,
and Sundays a. a. --Bible Study Whether )'oU'n!' running"for dogcatcher ;
M; 1OOOLiTPrayer
Sunday at Sunday School every Sunday. Sunday 7.00 P. M. between parallel terraces in the 1 constable or Governor .

Service each 1st and ,3rd Sundays 11:00 ft. m Kingdom Seekers Welcozne. District: on his farm Tuesday o! you'll need plenty, of photographs
8:00 m
Wednesday p. I 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a, m. No Collectiott Taken. IaneeJc.. The tenacre area will of 'yourself. .
Family Night covered be used to crow irrigated sun # -
Family Night Covered Dbh Supper a .. ..
You'll find the famous E-R NO--
1, dish supper Friday tobacco in the future. About 2,000 .
before 1st Sunday .7:30. p. m. Friday night after second Sunday Candidates-Strew your name yards of soil was moved with farm FHOOL PHOTOS perfect' for every, ... w ,
7:00 .
month promptly at p. m.
Woman's Society of Woman's every Society of Christian Service all around the county with E-R equipment to fill the low areas between occasion. t
Service the With ORDINARY MUG SHOTS $2.00
Christian parallel terraces.
meets on Monday night after campaign cards, posters, cir
meets Thursday after the wide variations of grade foundon CANDIDATES SPECIAL

1st Sunday 8:00 p. m third Sunday at 750 p. m. culars. Be sure to say something many slopes parallel terraces PHOTOS ..............._.__ $3.00 "

Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meet, nice about yourself, even often require considerable earthmoving (This $3.00-deal makes you look I _" ,,

" alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on If no one else wilL to cut IOU off the high ten years younger, brings out your
'. Springs Tuesday .after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday places to fill In the low places to ", human warmth and affection for all

4th Sunday 8:00 p. m 8:00 p. m. make the hillsides more regular. voters before the' election and*

Official Board, meets 1st Wednesday The Official Board meets each SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW The use of parallel terraces Is a hints at a trace of statesmanship. .'.. J
each even numbered month M A F natural development as more and It costs slightly more than the .'
month following the on
'! after prayer service. supper 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music. more farmers change to wider $2.00 package, but well worth*1t). '

\ Commission on Education meets 'Family NightP. 7:65 News equipment.The I Remember Candidates. In the '<'. ..

Irt Wednesday each odd numbered K. ROWELL S. s. Supt. S.-OO Baptist Hour elimination of pointed rows I \L. 1960 election pat your BEST FACEFORWARD ,i.., A
service MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE Treat 830 Gospel Mule ,. .
month, after nrayer accomplishes three important things with a famous E-R
JAMES SHEFFIELD S. S. Supt C. B. DAVIS, PASTOR 9:00 Revival Time -. (1) Planting. cultivating and hay I : KO-PHOOL FOTO. .'" ,0\\'.
HARRY MCOCHP4N. I. 9:30 Gospel Concert be ... ,.
carried
THOMAS SURLES. ', vesting can on faster Dtol HU 3-6361, THE ENTER-* .f
Asst's. LEE METHODIST CHURCH 10:00 News (2) There Is less damage to crops PRISE-RECORDER since 1865 "

C. B. DAVIS Pastor Preaching Every Sunday. 10:05 Sunday Serenade caused by the turning of equip and say. "GIMME A CANDIDATE'S' '1 ..
1st and 3rd Sundays 10:45: Prelude to Worship ment in the field (3) There is less SPECIAL FOTO. I WANT TO WIN

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. nx 11:00 J.fon11nlVorshp! wear and tear on equipment be THE ELECTION.

GREENVILLE FLA. I 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a, m. 12:00 New cause fewer sharp turns are re-

Sunday School ..........- 10:00 A. M Sunday School Every 12:15 Afternoon Melodies quired.

Morning Worsh'p ........ ll00; A. :M Sunday -...-..,............ 10:00 a. m. 1253 News Land' leveling; sometimes called
Baptist Training Course 6:45: P. MEvening Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:00 Afternoon Melodies land forming is also used for other I.

Worship ..........7:20 P. M __- ,, 6:00 p. m 130 Afternoon Melodies agricultural ptJJ'pOS6-for example,,
Prayer Meeting Wed. 750 P. M BOB SEARCY Sunday School Supt 1:40 Serenade In Blue drainage and irrigation. Land forming BUSINESSMEN -
135 News is being used to level. and

HANSOM METHODIST CHURCH PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCHPreaching 2:00 Hour o: Decision! smooth cropland to make it better D 5 If you want customers every

Prcachln Services every First 2:30 Musical Sunday suited for today's wider faster TotO.
tell 'em
week in store
and Third Sunday 1,1:00 A. M 2:55 News I" farming. your ,

and 7:00 P. M every Sunday ,3-00 Musical Sunday stout it i in ani'E-R ad everywcek.
Sunday School every Sunday Sunday School 10:00 A. It 3:55'"* News 666
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10:30 A. M Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M 4:00 Hit Panda Win First Night: ; ., ... ."...".. .

Family Nlcht Saturday before Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P:It 435 News ....._ -. ""
Every second Sunday 6:00 P. M Evening Services -..... 1:30P.1d. SOO Music At Sondow.it', .- ..T!. '
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4 REV C M. SAPPINGTON., Pastor Prayer Meeting Wednesday, '5:3O Hes4tinet A Wetthex Offoiference .- r ? ,

Evening ___ 7:00 P. M.' '533 .Off '.
Sign .
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH ,,,, ... ,
W B SEALS, S S Superintendent 'PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO .
School ..___ 10:00 A. M Greenville High School defeat
Sunday j \
M J ARTHUR CRUCE. Training Union CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE: j :
Morning Worship 11:00 A. Jennings last Thursday night in cr-ic

Baptist Tralnlnj Union 6:30 P. M Director. 1WMAr the opening session of the North

Evening Worship ?._.. 750 P. M. ERNEST CUM, Minister Daily Pc.,. ScW le Florida Basketball Conference

Midweek Prtver Service 750 P. M tournament held in Jennings. TIM
Brotherhood lat Thursday WELCOME TO 1230 ON YOUR DIAL score was 43 to 29. Harold John .

.. of each month at _.._ 750 p M. NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:00 A-M. Sign On son accounted for twelve points a
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M, 6:02 Fla. Farm Er. for the winners and Lloyd \Vether-
Circle 625 World & State News ington scored 17 for Jennings.
Evelene Kellev
Come Worship With U,
3rd Thursdav _..__ 2:30 P. M Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 6.30 Fla. Farm HourS In the preliminary contest the
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V. L. SINGLETARY. S. S. Supt Morning Worship '_ 11:00 A. M. : -, Rudy Hamrick. Madison B team topped the Monti T' :. S
:ALBERT KELLEY. B.T.U. Director Baptist Training Union 650 P. M.Evening (Men. Wed. FrL) cello B', 79 to 46.

REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN. Pastor Worship =.. 750 P. M. 655 World News Friday night Madison was scheduled -
7:00 State New against Greenville and Monti-
Mid-week Service 750 P. M
Prayer
WELCOME TO
7.-OS Coffee With Ra-
cello against Florida High with
Brotherhood 4th P. M.
Friday 7:30
CHURCH
BAPTIST
MT. OLIVE 7:45 World Newt
Jack Pickles ._....._ 3. S. Supt the consolation and championshipgames
Sunday School ...._ 10:00) A. M 7:50 State News
set for Saturday night.
Morning Worsh'p ...__ 11:00 A. M Sim Andrews B. T. U. Director: 725 Weather News

Training Union ......._" C50 r....) ., REV.-"ELDRIDGE. LYONS Pastor, 8:00 ,Coffee wi&JRay .NOTICE ,OF SHERIFFS SALE ,

Evening Worship ....... 7:30 P. M. S.OO Morning itevotkms: Notice is hereby given that pursuant

Prayer Meeting ......-........ 750 P.' M CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 9:15 Musical Interlude to a writ of Execution on Your insurance may be"old
Church Business Meeting First CHURCH 9:30 Musk Unlimited Judgment for Money Issued out of

Wednesday night of each month. 10:00 News the Small Claims Court In and for !
Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second Pleaching Services every Sunday 10:05 Music Un&cHed Madison County Florida dated fashioned

Thursday night of eaoh month. Morning Service 11:00 A. U 10:30 Music Unlimited October 8, 1959, in the cause whereIn .

Preaching Services Every Sunday Evening Service 750 P. M. 11:00) Music Unlimited V C Champeaux is plaintiff and Hive you brought your insurance up to date since

Come Worship With Us. Sunday School everT Sunday at 11:15 Public Service Audrey and Richard Stringfellow, bought that new TV set. .hi-fi...or furniture?
you
REV DOZIER SAPP Pastor 10:00 A. M. 1130 Record Sessioa Individuals d/b/a Town Square Im"j
BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. 12:00 World News are defendants. I, Slmmle H .) Make sure your policy covers the present value of the

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting every Wednesdayat 12:15 PJL Noontime Notes as Sheriff of Madison County Florida I contents of your home or apartment Call us now for

REV. I. T. CARTER Pastor 750 P. M.Brotherhood. 12:30 Talk Of The Town baJeied upon all of the insurance checkup.MORROW .
Services every Sunday first Thursday every 12:40. Uncle Ned right title and interest of the above your complete property

Sunday School........... 10:00 A. M. month at 750 P. M. 12:45 State News named defendants in the following
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11:00 A.
Morning Worship Everybody Welcome. 1250 't Farm News described property located In what
Training Union ..._.-........ 7:00 P. MEvening REV. J. R. UO1d rN3. Pastor: INS1JRJNEACENCY.
1255 Weather News fiu. known as Town Square Inn in
: Worth!o _..... 8:00 p. )t ---
1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade Florida, to wit
.... 7:30 P. M.t MADISON CHUftCH OP CHRIST Madison : HUJtyfrMfftfr 342110 .
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Prayer MeeffnVWed. Pinckn'ey Telephone
1:55 a News One U) 5-Ton Bruner Air Conditioner 108 W. ,
701 South Range 2:00 > Gospel Time with and S .._.._
complete
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" pump .
MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST f\ Sunday Bible Study 10:00 4.24.Lira 2:30 Public FtrtIniurwce CbfcfrttiQkup_
andB4Kfcatten 1\ Service toner, and that *,.*Wrl|
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AEVt .JACK \Lm*.:..;::- Pastor 255 T World A Sut* Ntwf A D 19GO, at the west front door '., f
M t?\$app\, .. .. alnWR( ** of Swats Xvening Service 730 P. M. '':00 :T-r Afternoon Melodies* of the Madison County Courthouse ...
nea "*" fx JjKHy .r : Kerr Evetdng 3:45n labile $Service hi the of Madison Florida
< *' onL "**.*,. U....DirectorLeroyCruse :: Services ...,........:_.'e 750 P. M. City sale .r .
( Bailey .:..... B.T, 4:00 J News between the legal hours of ;:

........ Associate Director NEW HOPEFUL 4:05 77* Request Parade to wit: 11:00 o'clock in the forenoon

1 Leroy Cruse ........._... S. S. Supt. MISSIONARY 'BAPTIST CHURCH 4:55 *? World State Hen and 2:00 o'clock In the after Flr t-MOREFUB1r .

,Miss Merle Bass .......-.. Song Leader Services every first and third 3:00 x. Request Paaaie. loon I will offer the said property

Mrs Juanita Cruse ......__ Pianist Sundays at ll a. nC and 8:00 p. m. C:45 't* Sports Higlgijt for sale at public outcry and ..

Sunday School........ *0:00 A. M. Sunday School every Sunday 10: 0 6:00 World News will sU the same to the highest ...." r..

i. Morning Worship _...... 11:00 A. M., ... m. 6:15 TwiUtht Tones and best bidder or bidders for '1:.. .
Training Union _........ 7:00 P. M. Union every jrralning Sunday 7:00Po 655 News CASH the proceed* to be applied Mi ** TRACTOR' FUEL
Evening Worship ._.._ 8:00 P. M. IDe 7:00 Sign OffPROGRAMS as far as may be to the payment e; CASOLIti iw f:r KEROSENE*r

Prayer Meeting Wed: 750 P. M. REV. W. T.f RYCBOFT. Pastor SUBJECT TO of costs' and.the' satisfaction of the* DIESEL FUEL FOR HOME AND TRACTOR USE
Just as I am without one pla. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE above described execution. n .
:" I come. Regardless of your clothes BEULAH BAPTB5T!! CHURCH SIMMIE H MOORE, Sheriff. .,. .. .. "" r' -
condition.' Whether cotton Home We..1.you '.., : WAKE UPRARIH' Madison County. Florida. -ch'' We are equipped gi e'yotf'4m ck Servke,,.L BC.THUR-: *-v:' :'*,-
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Services ; "Sunday ; 1<" .
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spun. You are welcome In our mv AR Y ;IVinr. Pastor > MAN"aindOTJ \BROW, : are standing by'.foryoar. service '. :; '
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Sunday School T, .....'10 300 A. >U. .. f .
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Morning Worship__ ItO()'"** fr Without Nagging Backache = .. 1.*. ', /.rJ.B .. .
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Sunday School _....._ 10:00 A. M. Choir Practice '6KWT.. M. New I T..rn .rrt tile ,.,.Irt 7" Pt.ff tWS '' -:1 9 ',
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Morning Worship _,_. 11:00 A. M. Training Union 630. P. lilt rdredd r.....atode..SSM. fie.tt J. .. ... .
Evening Worshln ___ IM P. N. E\-eninsr Worship __ 7: Cf P. H ..... .... sit........w.tln4t, .. .
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Youth Service Wednesday8:00P.M.' Prayer Meeting. Wed. 7:30 P..;,M _.e wttIt ...... _.,.. '. tjija li ;
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-REV. B. B. BRICKLEY.; Pastor. .i ...tb.rtt.a,.... ..,..t..w aitrratMs WM. GLASS
DAY ADVENTIST telewhc.r ,... ..as 'if
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L. D. S. SCRVICC CHURCH ..,...... wr a nrtnw
I. Services every Saturday at Mad .cwt t. ti dpse )
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I LATTER DAY SAINTS' bon American Legion Ban.Sabbath .:._ ...... lilt ..gjiS. .......... 1 t.' I
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