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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: April 8, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
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PUBLISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA


VOL. LIX No. 32 Return Forage! Guaranteed FRIDAY, APRIL a, 1960 Madison, Florida pn-ce jfjc Yearly Subscription_ _$3.75_ .; Delayed Renewals HOC

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Town Of Lee I I EDWIN:. L. '(Eddie. ) FLOWERS;:1 Mr J D Burnett I Silver Dollar Sale '"_ .



y y. !I Elects Officers o.O.V : Dies In Palatkai I S x


i I --r- i i J D Burnett of Keuka Fla..i,

rye, I J It Williams was re-elected Idled' suddenly in a Palatka hospital!, .
I Mayor of Lee with a vote of 76 about mdnlght"edneday, April 6. V
in the town election April 5. W A lie was stricken earlier fa the evening

i 1 tickler also a candidate for the ., with a bean attack. Mr Burnt i iI i ; r

office received a vote of 45. et had celebrated his 92nd. birthday i ,

S A Kinsey Sr Clerk,went back I with a family reunion on I M I '

Into office unopposed with a vote March 8, 1960. He was born in : N

of 84, and John Mickler was Madison County, the son of the I rF

elected, Marshal by a write-in: vote late Mr and Mrs Dan Burnett a -

i 4'tner a ..number of other write-in i pioneer family of the Hamburg. I II I

opponents.The communItY. He was a resident here W- 4M

stiffest race was that for the I until 1930 engaged in farming.

the Councilmen in which there Since then he has been living retired -

were eight candidates.J at Kcuka.

M Lammons .an incumbent, led Survivors include his wife Mrs!
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I the ticket with 86 votes, with C C j I :.:... Clara BUrnettT of Keuka; three
Brannan trailing slightly. with 83]I daughters;, Mrs J A' Bentley of 4 /1
Bill Mac Hendry, candidate for, votes )Madison Mrs W D Gray of Talla- ir ,
I j; your sheriffs office made the i Frank Stokes with 73 votes; J T I hassee; and Mrs M ute Cosineauof I
I to take
I want this
t following (statement in his first Kent, incumbent, with 71ate" and opportunityto Interlachem one. sister. Mrs .,
\ campaign speech on March 23, 1960. A H Sevor incumbent with 66 .thank each of you for your Madge Johnson of MonUeello; three --- '

"It is a proven fact that the best i vote complete the newly elected many courtesies and encouragement grandchildren and two : PVT WILLIAM k. McCALL, whorecently
I am to each I Western Auto dealer James (Silver
attempting
see
way to prevent law breaking is to Council children. piat-grand.l participated in a seven-day
of before the Dollar Jim) Sale reported
train our youth. As your sheriff Iwill Incumbents J H Phillips, 65 votes, you campaign ends,I Funeral services will jungle training exercise in Panama.:
always be available to assist and J E Whitty 49 votes, and E D but should I miss you, I want you: Saturday at 2 p. m. in Cherry Lake Willie Pinkard first and Sim Andrews
to know that certainly it Is not intentional second In the Silver Dollar
any youth organization or movement Bell with 36 votes, were low men Methodist church, with interment
by offering ALL facilities 'of on the ticketCHERRY It is a real 'pleasure to in the Shuts Lake cemetery.: Beggs Scoop last week-end. The cartwheels VISIT GRASS 'INCUBATOR AT

your Sheriffs Office. The personnelof sec' and talk to you Edwin L Funeral Home in charge. were given away to May- GOSSMAN FARM
(Eddie) f10ersil1 always be tar appliance purchasers.
sheriffs office be
your must
LAKE I NEWS ...
grateful for for --
your support County
qualified and capable of helping the SCHOOL BOARD MAKES
youth and giving the type of service Judge of Madison County.There APPOINTMENTS Members of the Lions Club, In
and demand for each Rev and Mrs T J Croom, Baptist are a few facts I want to
want
ycu Personnel appointments occupiedmost EVENTS AT MADISON COUNTY lieu of regular Tuesday
a program,
missionaries bring toW this
gave an inspiring as campaign comes
citizen and our fine county. pro- of the time the '
at of
meeting .
? TRAINING
SCHOOL. ,.
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visited the Gossman
Into the home stretch. First I dairy
The first step to fulfill this pro- gram Sunday night at Cherry Lake promiseyou the School Board Wednesday.Dr .
Baptist church A that I will Farm in the Lake section"
gram would be (as many neighboring large assembly not indulge in Marshall Hamilton was reappointed Cherry
: counties already have) the enjoyed the slide pictures depictingthe any mudslinging of any nature. I president of North Florida where the first grass Incubator.

Organization of a Junior Deputies Mid Missions of French Africa. just dortt believe in this sort of Junior College, and Mr Burch During the week of March 23. set up in the state is in operation.The .
Missionaries for over 14 the: thing. Career Week was observed at
years
League. Cornelius .Supenrisimr principal of incubator is a 12 ft x 20 ft
Please join Bill Mac Hendry in Crooms have spent eight years In Secondly.there is no one running Madison High School. MCTS with a series Of chapel pro- structure equipped with water and:

this campaign for a better; Madison Africa. They are from Georgia and Edwin L. (Eddie) Flowers except Other appointments and reappointments grams carrying out the general materials to
County In which to, JUvt? and rear Mr.Croom.is a cousin of Mrs George, Edwin L. (Eddie) Flowers. Only in included J D Kaney. theme "A. Forward Look at nutrient operating

our ,> *V Burnett, Sr. and nephew of,. thl manner can I serve y-ou. thepooY1th Supervising principal Greenville Careers." quite an extent automatically, .
children.Paid late C C Croom. fairness and The sponsored and: brings from seed to too
( .Political Ati""'n. I equality Htfch School; T T Morrison prin- programs were ,by pits
--. m+ ,,.. BABtf BARRSMr" honiesty. Only in this manner canI cipal Piactta Junior High: J Wiley the Honor Society under the directions -!feeding stage 'in six days.; .T The -.
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and Mrs Billy Barn announce -' make my own decisions. If you Sirmon Supervisor of Secondary of the-g idance committee. green growth.* (roots and all arc

More Than Five the arrival of a baby girl .& -'" fit to elect me as your County Education: and Orus L Holloway, Guest speakers were chosen from then fed to the cattle and. another
Deborah Rose, March 29th. She is Judge, that is what I expect to do. broad areas of endeavor to en- In"eu.
principal Lee Junior Hfeh crop of oats started in the
a granddaughter of Mr and Mrs B So please remember that Edwin L' lighten the students at MCTS on
Administrative and supervisory bator. The cattle show remarkable
Thousand Registered IJ Williams. (Eddie) Flowers is running on his personnel who hold continuing con the many possibilities from whichto .
in weight and milk -
progress : production
BABY I have alliance
BEASLEY own no political choose and
a career, were:
tracts are Dr Oscar A Beck Director
-' Mr and Mrs Huey Beasley announce with any One. Nor do' I expect to of Instruction and Simon Kin- Monday: Stewart Matthews.I In the deal

Supervisor of Registration Arthur the arrival of a baby boy hn\"eor. icy Jr principal of Madison Elementary Walker's Business College Jackson-! Two new members,, Vernal Webb
Hagans reports a grand total of Monday at the Madison County hospital course I shall cooperate fully School ville. and Billy Beggs were welcomedinto

5263 persons registered In this lie is the grandson of Mr with every one to the fullest degree Van 1! Priest was reappointeda Tuesday: Lawrence C Bryant, the Club. '

county for participation in the May I and Mrs Nelson. Clark. as your County Judge, but I shall member of NFJC advisory com FJa. Norman & Industrial Mem. Frances Williams was chosen as
Chic Club meets Tuesday, April never be dictated to by any one. College St Augustine.
primaries, of this number there. mittee. the Club's representative at Boys'
are 55 Republicans registered, 14 : 12th, at school 7i30 p. mT I pledge to you that your prob-I Pro!. James J Gardner was reappointed .Wednesday: E J Burgess Head State.
Work on the Wayside Park at lems shall always be acted on to of Nursing Department; K C Davis,
President of the Suwannee -
white and 41 colored. There are Cherry Lake on U S No. 53 is un- the best of my ability. You may I I River Junior College Frank C Pharmacy Department; J W Awkard. -

about 1200 colored. Democrats dcj way. rut assured that you will alwaysreceive iterritt, principal of ;Greenville College Arts and Sciences; I

registered. A Political Rally Friday, April sympathetic understanding. Training School;, 0 S Seabrooks. Boadly, Electrical Technology,. FlaA McCarty To Speak -
Registration by. precincts Is as 8th, at Cherry Lake auditprium Nor will you ever be embarJ'lLlRdlb principal Madison Training School & UnJTrl'Sl. y. Tallahassee.
follows: will begin with supper served by )' this office at any time. I Business
Local Repre-
Thursday
Lcnnie Collins principal of Negro : Here Wed April 13
Madison No 1 .._...........?..397 the II D Club at6:30p.m. I shall always endeavor to see II Rural Schools and Odessa Martin sedatives. ..

Madison No 1-A ____:..::..708 that our Youth gets every consideration was rasa :at cd tore a. Mrr Friday: Dr Mattes. Madison Coun- I
t possible. Only by doing
Madison No 2 ,,' ,? ,? ... 658 DIVIDEND VOTED this will our future be secure.I committee of SRJC.Spontaneous ty Health Department; Mrs Weaver, Governor Candidate John Mc.

Madison No 2-A .....:,..._:-336 MINNEAPOLIS April 1 The fully believe that I will be able Madison County Health Department Carty will speak in Madison on

Norton Creek (Lee) -399 Board of Directors of Investors to uphold the dignity of this officeto Ignition caused 76400 Tuesday. April 4. the career programs Wednesday April 13, at 9:43 a. m.

Moseley Hall _-225 Syndicate of America, Inc. has the highest degree. I shall certainly fires and $128,737,00 property distraction were climaxed with the on the West side of the Court House

Greenville No 5 -,-483 voted to credit advance paymentswith work hard at this, and in so during the past three years.A Junior class presenting James J and also on WCTV Channel 6 at
doing I will never look to some closet fire can bum undiscovered Gardner president of Suwannee 6:45 13.
'Greenville No 5-A an additional 2% per annum up p. Wednesday. April'
196 return for the period April 1, 1960 and down on others. and spread through the walls and River Junior College, who gave an
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Hamburg through December 31, 1960 and to Again, I would have you to remember attic. Such fires are difficult to Inspiring address to the students. The Junior class: presented three
Cherry Lake A ...- 452 set aside as a reserve from accumulated I am tied to NO political extinguish and could result In complete His speech was based on the topic. one-act comedies recently entitled

\\nthlacoochee (Pinetta P ) _" 416 earnings a sum or sums Interest of any kind. So my friends distraction of the home car Orportonities and Advantages of the Goxy Grandma Never Trust AMan.
:J\1ten __., 54 business. b Junior College. and Dr Flxit
sufficient to permit this action. on this I urge: you to Vote for and _

Hickstown -- 37 Thus, for the period Indicatedthe Support Edwin L. (Eddie) Flowersfor '
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Macedonia -_ *? :-:. 248 rate has been doubled. The future your County Judge of Madison. .

Winquepln 56 accrual rate policy on advance payments County. .
will be reviewed again by the (Paid Political Adv-t).

Total 5263 Board near the end of the calendar '-
PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLE
)'eU. I -
Generally, a certificate holder; .
Mrs Randal Gaston was hostess
Lome Davis Jr. may make advance certificate payments Mcnday to her Circle at the homeof
up to 20% of the maturity:
,
her daughter Mrs Julian Gibson. ryaS
amount of his certificate in 1 ti
any I Twelve members and the presidentMrs
In period of -months and con,
Flight Tranmg may
J M DuRant and one visitor
tinue to do so each year until such attended.Mrs .
payments are sufficient to ensure
M Bunting the Bible
Pensacola. Fla. (FImC-A\ia.) payment of the 'face amount of the gave
study on Christ The Unifying Cen-
tion Officer Candidate Lonrfle T certificate at maturity, according to
tor Victory Over Death, and Mrs
Davis Jr, son of Mr and Mrs Lonnie W G Rutherford of Madison,
T C Merchant was in charge of the
T Davis of Lee. Fla., is undergoing Tone manager.DsykC.mierle. provram on Christian Education.

pre-fllght training at the Naval Mrs T C Merchant Jr presided over
Alt Station.Pensacola Fla. ,
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the business meeting when plans I
During the 16 weeks of training
were made for the birthday party
students in aviation
are instructed and the Easter' egg hunt The hostess -
science navigation, principles of Be Here'Iiursday assisted by Mrs Gibson served ,
flight, and other technical coursesto 1 : Y aI
cake, 'fcaltod nuts and coffeev rah
prepare them for their future
aJ
roles as naval aviators.
Doyle Conner, Candidate k
for
Upon completion of Pre-Flight Agriculture Commissioner, will bin Secret B IIt- .
students night
undergo primary
Madison 14
next Thursday, April ,
training at Saufley 'F1 Jd, also at .a
i-hout| 10:16 for a handshakingtour : m mY
Pcnsacola: '- around town. The sample ballot which appeared

The course began February. 3. recently in The terprise-Reconiler

Mr and Mrs T F Livingston left was naturally not perforated as itpill vy a ." ...

Thursday afternoon for Lakeland, be :on election day. Although t Y ,
-" where they were' called by the some people mistakenly believe the 4 K q ate .

PoBfcdJUIyThe critical condition of Mrs, Livings ballot is not secret, H definitely 1s, -.. rfi. ,..---4;.;a.
i ton's stepfather Mr Hess Shia. Mr I since there it no Identifying number which is equipped with two sliding panif.1h i
A union system of cab ventilation is an
Jaycees 'are sponsoring I Sivia. who is connected with the I on the )billot .wb&ch is dropped ate feature of the new Chimp brStudebAteer. full.cabwidt& rear window also izaprove*
political rally .1n Madison Saturday, State Road Department,. fell from a In the bopt Any information indicating Twin current of air enter trilled yenta Yisamtr.; .The Champ is the lowest. diced,
I
April 9, .at the : CoUrt House be- .trade Wednesday and, landed on the feaH6i Ii not secret is, at the front (ease tipper left), pass over the fuUr-rated pickup oa the market It f.f.-avail. .*

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PAGE TWO THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1960 .

Announced !I.if I. MISS ANNA JO KENNYI .
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Anna Jo (0 Lt Henry M Little 1 ,."f'

4 ,ton, USAF son of Mrs Ruby D

Littleton, )Madison Florida. Born and reared in Madison County, Florida.o : : ,
Miss Kenny Is a senior In nurse I

I training at St Joseph Hospital,

Lt Littleton Is stationed at Educated in Madison County Schools;:; EmorjpUrii2') "
< |Forbes AFB Topeka Kansas. ''
Cornell Law School. ,.
The wedding will: take place \ versityand : ,

,' ; April :23, at McConnell AFB i .

Chapel, Wichita Served in U. S. Army as Infantry UnirCdmmahderi' ;

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Wounded three times in action. twice. deco rated'

,I Re-FiectRuss Dugan jV*|*".' for'. bravery.


Mr and Mix Clarence Harold Thomas of 100 Hawthorne Ln. School Board Member ) *

Greenville; S. Q, announce the engagement of their daughter, Married\ livingvith. wife and five children in Lake, .

Patricia Ann, to the Rev James William Browning Mr Browningis District .. A .

the con of Mr and Mrs. Edwin Bailey Browning of Madison, Kla. -i "? CIty. . . 1.Elect ,
Miss Thomas is a May candidate for a master of arts degree '
from Carver School of Missions and Social Work at Louisville, Ky. it,, :; hj iI. -. J .
A QUALIFIED'MAN ) ,
She was graduated from Mars Hill (N. C) Junior College and ,,. Y. '

Furman Mr. Browning University., graduate' of Florida State University, Is study 25 years experience in Florida T .',,... ".
Schools 'as Teacher Coach and / :
ing at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville. The Supervising principal. t"y 1
wedding will take place June 25 at Dunean Baptist Church,, Greenflvine. t "

S. C. Holds 3 degrees from Florida .

Mr and Mrs Virgil Henry Sr WATCH THE ERMac's FOg Universities. B. 'A.; M. A., XL. A. E. I
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Spent the weekend visiting Mr and .
Furniture Past Director:Florida Education I
.Mrs Tom Henry, Mr and Mrs Asfoclatlon.J' SAMUEL S. SMITH

Grady Henry, and S/Sgt and Mrs .

Virgil Henry Jr at Colquitt, Ga. Appliance Listed! in Educational exy Whoa Who. .
En. route home,, Mr and Mrs: -i& .

Henry attended open house at FORMALOIENII1G 'Former Educauoniiorr l r.th Circuit Third .
Judicial
Judge Circuit '
the Memorial Hospital in Bain' Naval District. "4\ > ",. ,
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bridge, Ga. PROPERTY SOLD .

Former School Trustee. .< '
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ANNOUNCING
B Wiiloughby reports several Former Neighborhood J Comml- (Paid Political Advertisement)
Mr. and Mrs. sales of property among them: loner Boy Scouts of,.America
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The J R Ward house to Mr and t
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Mrs J T Brinson. 4 years' experience as School BoardMember. "-
Robert HammockNEW The Don Melton Farm to Mr and I i _..Ii: VOTE FOR m

MANAGERS: Mrs C C Overby. I .Presently* District Manager of Lamar AndrewsFOR PARK CENTER BAKERYWhere t

5 OF S/Sgt and Mrs Virgil Henry Jr Doubleday Company, Publishers.
were here for a short visit with: YOUR VOTE FOR RUSS DUGANIS no 'Order is too Small or Large
White his parents, Mr and Mrs Virgil A VOTE FOR BETTEII COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict
TopDriveIn
:.,'1 Henry Sr and his sister Mrs VIr- SCHOOLS Three-Madison County Specials Party and Wedding Cakes
", leen Henry Dixon, and two daugh (Paid for by Friends of Russ Dugan) (Paid Political AdVt). ,

ters, Saundra and Brenda, last Mr F L Cantey, who has been STUDENT COUNCIL MEETING We will be happy to help you plan a variety of Petit-fours,
months at his home
',Open 6 days a week for your week. ill for many removed Hors d' ouvers, mints for the wedding. For Children's
here, had one of his legs Rubcll McDaniel and Clarence
convenience. Sbp Eagle's Easter Monday on account of gangrened :Holmes of the Madison County Parties we have many ideas for their pleasure.

Closed Sundays having set to and threatening his 'Training Schools! Student Council VISIT US SOON

Breakfast Served from 6 a. m. Parade of Values Page life. lie was reported brighter ,were delegates to the State Student -

Dinners, Suppers and the day following the operation. Council meeting held at PARK CENTER BAKERY
Is 93 of age.
Mr Cantey years Lincoln High School In' Gainesville -

Short Orders 4. March 2426. 422 E. Park Ave. Valdosta, Ga.
_ IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT, 3rd After arriving at Lincoln High
FLORIDA.IN ::::-:: : : : :
agAana.aQny i ir JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .
School ,
Thursday they were cordially
F 'v ". AND FOR MADISON. COUNTY. --
I greeted by a committee and
IN Son CHANCERY.Jinks, Plaintiff attended the registration exercisesand HOSPITAL NEWS The Time Is NoTo!

.. vs. get acquaintance banquet that
Eddie Lee Jones Jinks Defendant night -
purchase Power-
I I DIVORCETO .Friday, they met ina., general Admitted: Rufus Bridges Mrs your
.a.r T : Eddie Lee Jones Jinks whose 'assembly with other delegates and Kathryn Dempsey. Mrs W B Seals,
.- address. Is unknown.: had a group discussion. Cobble Gale Williams Mrs Dorothy Mower at Western Auto
: You are hereby notified that a Topics discussed were: Strickland Mrs Vera Day. D A
Complaint for Divorce has Anderson. Floyd M McCuilough. Store.
L What can the student: councildo
been filed against you, and you are John D Bead Robert Copeland, *
to improve the teenagers' con-
required to serve a copy of your Mn Gloria Maddox. Mrs Jimmy
!c'4 AnWer or Pleading to the Complaint duct? Willis, James Stanley. Nathan Wil Methodist Circles
J on the Plaintiffs Attorney :2. What can the sttyicnt council hams Mrs Anne Freeman. Mrs day. April 11, with will the meet Mon
Ernest M Page, Jr whose address do to reduce vandalism. and increase Mary Ann Burns Mrs Geraldine !hostesses: Neneie Bevan following
Is Madison. Florida, and file the respect for private, and! Ash Mrs Lorena Pickles Mrs Pauline Mr Rosa Circle with
We have plenty of Eggs for Easter and in the i I Hay; Helen Parramore
original answer or Pleading public property Carroll, Mrs Charlene Beasley Circle with Mrs J C Register, llad-
office of the Clerk of the Circuit ,,3. What are the requirements for Mrs Florence Sapp, Mrs Patsy
den-Morrow
Circle with L
Court In and for Madison County. Raines. Mrs Laura Buchanan. Mrs J
Easter Egg Dye a satisfactory student council Sullivan and Mrs W H Williamson
.: Florida on or before the 7th day Discharged: M W Cherry Sr. Don
Mrs
constitution at Sullivan's home, all 4
of May A D 1960. If you fail Stanton Mrs Annie Land. Robert at
*. PLENTY'DIXIE 18 SEED CORN .. to do sox Decree .Pn Confesso will Saturday they attended the final Phillips Robbie Williams Miss : p. m.; and Janie Paul Circle with
be entered against you for the relief :program after Milchthe meeting Clara McMulIen, Ivey TarapUng I Mrs J A Bentley at 10:00 a. m.
FRESH PEA AND BEAN SEEDSpogtt demanded In the Complaint 'teas adjourned.The Mrs Sarah Seals John D Head.
The Enterprise-Recorder{ Is hereby delegates arrived home I Mrs Kathryn Dempsey and baby. BABY ASH .
& McNair's Hybnd Seed Corn designated as the newspaper in ,Saturday night full of new ideas' Vn Noble Milligan, Mrs Alice Born to Mr and Mrs George Ash
.0 s which said order shall be published that will Improve our student coun Grimslcy. Mrs Betty Simian and of Live ,Oak. a baby boy April 2nd
"' WE HAVE ONION PLA2.15TtY once a week for bur(4) consecutive I cil. baby. ili a Lessie MeMullen, James at the local hospital. He weighed
weekss.WithU Stanley. Mrs Jimmy Willis Mrs 7 lbs and 13% ozs.
SOME OF OUR GOOD GA RED SWEET POTATOES my hand and official seal Philip Joseph, Reporter Dorothy Strickland, Mrs Vera Day BABY PICKLES
FEEDSGROCERIESFRUITVEGETABLES this 5th day of April A. D. 1960. Nathan Williams, Mrs Mary Ann Born, to Mr and Mrs Claude W
See us for your: Bums Robert Copeland. Rufus Pickles of Madison a baby
DALE H. LESLIE girl.
WMU of First Baptist Church met
AND OTHER NEEDS Clerk Ortuit Court the Bridges, Dewey Woodall. Mrs Gloria April 3 She weighed 8 Ibs and 11 Mr
.t the church Monday for I
LARD CANS SEEDS (COPY (SEAL) monthly mission program and business. Maddox and baby, D A Anderson ozs.
John Merritt Cart $tens.. Mrs BABY BEASLEY
WE BUY YOUR PECANS IN ANY QUANITITJ.I.QURbES&SON8 By Jane W. Baker D. C.3241pdE. Mn T M Raines wasin i
P Geraldine Ash Floyd M McCuIlougb. Born to Mr and Mrs Huey B
charge of the program. on' Baptist. I S D Medlin. Bcasley. of ,Cherry Lake, a baby
Work. In Europe.CANDIDATES __ BABY DEMPSEYMr bo). April 4. He weighed 8 Ibs.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS Don't let and Mn Wm Dempsey, of COLORED PATIENTS

Madison announce the birth of a Admissions: : F G Gary, Walter
FOK MAJOR, AP- your friendly opponents buy up baby girl March 28. She weighed Mobley, Lizzie Dixon, Edward Scott.
an the ad space in The E-R 5 Ibs and 11 ozs. LIssie Haynes. Corine Lee.

PLIANCES.Atfffc tmDN from now till the' ejection.JUoy J BABY MADDOX Discharged: Curtis Vtjkers, Walter
voters who read Pig absorb -I' Mr and, Mrs, Harry Maddox of Mobley, F G Gary and TM*?'*
... .' JI Mad ioo announce the birth of a Dixon .
._0'... .._. ... ,..-_ i.4 T __. ". ---.. .. .. : : u" every word of your message baby girl March 30 weighing 61 Born to brine Lee April 4, a
C: << CU: C:8: I Ibs and IS ca.A I baby girl weighing g Iba.


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MONTICELLO STOCK YARDS DALE CARNEGIE CLASS :
NOW BEING FORMED IN MADISON
Market
Report of April 4
ti 74 cattle and calves were sold II II I I
compared to 88 a week ago. Trading I I
: active All
representativeclasses
Saturday, April 9 cattle and calves: fully stead I II I For Information, on how we have helped? others to develop i iI
DOUBLE FEATURE Slaughter steers *2LSO$23.40a ;, DALE
WARLOCK, in dnemaScope and I \ 1 hogs 280-200 514.55 200-240 I more confidence meet people,*'easily, speak effectively :J I
DeLuxe color, starring Henry Fonda,I 514,55 Small lot No. 1.2 grade 213

Richard Widmark Dorothy Malone.I $14.83. CARNEGIE and increase income, contact RHIWilson-at.! HIT3-2201, 1
Motion picture excitement comes of Feeder Pigs J7.7S-1UO I
MADISON DRIVEINBOX *: \ ..
age in a Western classic with the ---- "
perfect cast Come sundown comes OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P. M. I I COURSE Madison Hotel.. \:\ \ 1
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sudden conflicts among complex Show Start 7.-00 P *L
diaracters. I I PROGRAM Let muffler and tailpipe More than 29% of the Graduates o f*the Dale Carnegie Courses
The Bowery Boys, starring Hunts s 'I

Hall, In PARIS PLAYBOYS. 0u1.I Friday-Saturday, April I, 9 check are. Women '
oul, the bowery boys 'are having a PEYTON PLACE, with Lana experts your *
fling. They're gay boulevardiers- Turner and Hope Longe, and Presented by Florida Institute, Sponsored by Jaycees .

in a slap-happy saga of gals, gags' UNION PACIFIC with Joei exhaust system free! I
and gaiety. Paris will never be McCrea and Barbara StanW'Ck.S.nday.Monday .
the same-and neither will you.I Muffler aid tail pipe 1- ___
The Eiffel Tower even trembles. April 10, 11 --
Cartoon. REBEL SET, with Kathleen VOTE FOR TO ENTER OFFICERS SCHOOL* Messrs David Lanier and Gus Tru-
Crcwtey and John Lupton, and installed fo'r0 only love attended the meeting of Florida
Sunday-Monday, April 10, 11 I Lamar AndrewsFOR Kenneth Studstill leaves Sundayfor Presbytery at Red Bay, in Walton
THE GAZEBO, in cincmaScopc, ,SPEED CRAZY, with Brett Hal- county, Tuesday.
Rhode Island
Newport
to enter
starring Glenn Ford, Debbie Rey icy and Yvonne Lime 19c .
Officers .. ...-... "- -
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buried.Gazebo knew where ia He the buried the garden.SUBJECT it Cartoon.under was the 'Too Late To Classify"PERSONAL DAVISSERVICE COUNTY Three COMMISSIONERDistrict Madison County four-month course. Easter CandiesPANGBURN'SBELLE *


Tuetday-Wednesday, April 12, 13 STATION (Paid Political AdVU. Her. W. W Thrower of Milton CAMP
DOUBLE FEATURE FJt., conducted services at the. P
LEGION OF THE DOOMED, Would like to-contact Mr.Edward HU 3-6601 MADISON, FLA. KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN Presbyterian church Wednesday Smith Drug Store
night and broughj a message on
starring'Bll1 Williams, Kurt Krueger Wilbik of Madison as t0"prcent THE E-R I
Dawn Richard. The, Algiers address and 'phone number. Re Christians. "O i-
story. Exciting intrigue in the ward for information from relatives,
Foreign Legion.CARNIVAL Friends, associates, and anyone
ROCK starring Su who can help me. CHARLES .
san Cabot Brian Hutton, with a MAYO, P O' Box 1141, New Haven.
good supporting cast of' your "favo> Conn. 32-lt-ch TR.PARAfE VALUES :I
rite rock 'n', roU musicians. You'll
laugh: -you'll cry, as they go Beautiful split level home on
"Hackin Around." Drama puking lake. Three bedrooms, two full ,
to the fewest musical beat. Car baths and family room. Lot 187 feet
toon. on lake. Priced for quick sale. -FREE- LADIES Children's

:Thursday-Friday, April 14, liTHE 250-acre CO-acre .farm farm for with 51 one LOGO.3-bcd- a MISSES & JUNIORDRESSES i Her Majesty Slips

WRECK OF TIlE MARY room house and one 2-bedroom One pair of our regular 98c t
DEARS In cmcmaScope and metro- house Best tof terms. Ladies( Hose with purchase of in beautiful half and I
color, starring Gary Cooper, Chart-
whole with lot of frillyruffles.
ton Heston, Virginia McKenna. An Dress Shoes. New styles in 2- a
New Shades in
Lovely
Spring
experience in suspense entertainment LUCINDY J. YARNER in and 3-fn heels in new Bone .

er" Patch-the, The strange ship story he of killed''Wreck and .-. REALTOR '\'hite", Red, Patent and Whites. Cotton Sheers Sizes 2-14

the man he saved. Cartoon. semi from .. 100% DacronsDacronPolyester '
SETZER'SSiiOPPING, CENTER t.
OFFICE PHONE: HU 3-6848 $2. to $4. ;
}I: Rotary Club NIGHTS & SUNDAYS: HU 3-6868 n Cotton & Cupioni

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7{ The Styles that are Right for Children's
Mrs Bob Lay and Mrs Al 11 off- FOR SALE: Nice home one block
lander were visitors at the Rotary from Greenville High School EASTER T DRESSESby
Club Wednesday and spoke on the Price 6000. J. B. DAVIS, phone
..' Easter Seal Drive, soliciting support, HU 3-6G01, Madtan, Fla. 29-tf-ch
..; and also elicited interest in the rr r r-ice $6.98 to. $19.95 CINDERELLA and ,
mobile therapy unit which is here Furnished house for 'rent: $30 per -- -- -- -- -- -- -- YOUNGLAND :
for the purpose of rehabilitating month. Located on Main Street,
crippled children. 1 block from business section. BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE SACS HATS, GLOVES SHOES TO MATCH ALL OUTFITS
The Junior Band of CU\ 6th and EDWINA PEAVY, Phone nu
7lh grade pupils delighted all witha 3-CS11 day, or night HU 3-6385. Sport Shirts MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE GIRLS'
32-lt-chFOR
concert directed by Frank Fan .
]cr. Mr Fansler Invited all to the Sport Shirts
RENT OR
SALE A house
: on Hats Bags Gloves
Spring Band Concert set for Friday, Paterson street. Apply MRS A E WASH 'N WEAR BY BLUEBELL ,.
Nay 20.CiuestJ. FRALEIGH, Phone HU 32331. and TOM SAWYER.Our WASH N WEARSSAIJFORIZED I.1 (
included Dr C L MattesJr 32-1 t-ch Reg. 1.79 to 2.98 AND I and Shoes .
Mr C E Quick and two High .
School Seniors Miss Carmen Buck- EXTRA SPECIAL '
MANY FABRICS
halt and Miss Peggy Gaslon. NOTICEFull
our Reg. 2.98 and : .98 to go with every

4f for $5OO.BOYS'
Fashioned
1st quality
:/: NYLON HOSE 50c value 2 for 15.00 EASTER OUTFIT
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$1.00. Also one of the
..rlca'SJ / finest seamless NYLON' HOSE, MEN'STROUSERS MEN'S
I sold by the box. 3 pairs for
fl.J.'IO; 1/ $2.00. Both available ,in sizes Sport Coats White and Pastel
84! to 11, in choice of Honeyor .
Mist shades. Visit our store PLAIDS AND SOLID; COLORS by HUBBARD and.LAD'N DAD, -SHIRTS- 111[
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In Valdosta for this great Introductory
an automaticWASH'N

VCNANNEL I I For mail orders offer. add 15c per .to9.98 WEAR by, CRAIG NOBLE our own

( MASTER box for FRIEBLANDER'SMIRACLE postage and handling RICII FABRICS brand. The best. fitting shirt 52.98

of DACRON and .: '
anywhere .
STORE ,
\TRANsISThR I RADIO Fricdlander's POLYESTER
I Shopping Center
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Ii I VALDOSTA. GA. I RESISTS SPOTS ., TOChildren's
WRINKLES :

i I LONE STAR BOAT CO.


t : h I i WANTED BUILDER FIBERGLASS, BOAT S'1 D.95

: perience not necessary. Companywill
I train. However men \vhd have
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worked as loggers sawmillers, pulp
I wooden, etc, helpful Age 20 to 33. Pebble Knit
You never prefer married. Minimum height
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five feet 8-indics. Present workweek .PANTIES
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<< 45 hours with overtime over
I 40 hours. Starting rate $L25 A REAL BtTY.
RICH TONE...fULL per OUR
,,. I hour with liberal 'company benefits.. S
\ VOLUME RANGE... please contact MR. C. A.. SMITH at 31EN-S $298 ; REG. 39s
1HIGH SENSITIVITY I HOTEL MADISON on SATURDAY. ) '
.. APRIL 16 from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. -UNDERWEAR- r
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1 eTrulchtd tnnsittort, plus PLANT LOCATED AT TALLA.
4FOR
1 diode and 1 ttwrmlttor. HASSEE. 32-2t-ch AND
1,' tfoMn'tlkab"' Plastic caM... \ Shorts and ShirtsOur .
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A S3.98CRAIG '

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k SINCE 190 PANTS TO 3IATCH 00 ----USeyour30-Day

: I Can 3-434. TaU.. $1 charge or take months ,

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T: 1I \ GETREADYFOR EASTER"Latest" MOMf srLJjg4u.de-OYWMSMlfI960 (I) Lqarn all pertinent facts about

the property for which they acceptan

agency so that in offering It

HAIR STYLING 1 they may fulfill their obligation.

0't. PERMANENTS REALTOR to avoid error.

d BEAUTY CARE

........ WEEK ((2) Protect the public against fraudin

YERTLE'S BEAUTY SALON .... the real estate field by en
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;. a practices and by cooperating with
." .... FOR APPOINTMENTS PHONE HU 3-6230 Y '"
..r,q Mr, ,1.: 1 Operator*--Vettle Brinson Hazel I state real estate commissions la

i.' '1 '.,. ... West, and Mabel Ragans j jI 11Uli0tS-jt+mb+n.f the Nat onol enforcing proper procedure. .I
.7' 4 Assodd If Id Estate 140m
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3>. I thse P1t41td It!hs Clef.of EtWct

Easter Candies *1 j THIS WEEK la designated National ((3) Be well informed on current
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?. ,I market conditions so as to be In
PANGBUR-VS-nELLE CAMP:
Vv+* Just one step you'll Realtor Week to focus attention on
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jgfcand i'r/ advise their clients
a position to
Smith Drug StoresToung I I the fart.that. Realtors adhere to a
with respect to fair worth under
I love the feel of this wonderful strict code of ethics which obligates
---- -- market.
------- the existing
them, to:
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Naturalizer mid-heel pump. Heel- Tips : BROADUS WILLOUGHBY., as a member of the State Associationof
Realtors salutes all Realtors. It is predicted .that the symbolof
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'r the sixties will be Home Ownership. So If you are one of
hugging toe-free fit are a trademark LMMMB B/Carol lentfttflrfflzveui
"-Wc..n"1Jr, Trace!AvtltQrlt r' those planning to buy a new home, BROADUS WILLOUGHBYurges
you to come to his office and talk shop.
: of Naturalizer's $13.95 With Spring y
comfort! you-" a wociia with{ alto... BROADUS WILLOUGHBY
BLACK PATENT, BONE CALF, WHITE" CALf; '. (far?ftTTriiy la the northern und IWf and-of ; REALTOR
ban
7 the coa.ur"DQ J
brood through thn+ MADISON, FLORIDA
''' \tIftItmd your
.,'-. -. '." ,... ."... ," cold nwiUn-and you.may.bi Office Phone HU 3-6481 Residence HU 3- 481
wintattiweary' +
.,...- For a ch&nft tad t mt tail t rs- %
trashing orbeat&catiou! ,.vby..tot _
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meet Jpria&t
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THE SHOE WITH THE, BEAUTIFUL FIT : "MY FAVORITE CANDIDATES -
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ADVERTISE IN THE Easter CandiesPANGBURN'SBELLE *

:I. .: = 1 I ENTERPRISE RECORDER.THE purchase your Power- CAMP

CARMICHAEL'SMISS I Iw PHONE NUMBER (OF

t It.THE E-R) IS HU 36361. Mower at Western Auto Smith Drug Store'

'EM NOW TO RESERVE
CALL ..
AMERICA SHOP SPACE IN NEXT

EK'S EDITION." : Store. _..- ..: c-r "-'.-'.-''-. '.-'.-'.-.-'/-.-.........-',,..-'.....--::..A .

Quitman Ga. na\ $. :v ._ .......
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be tuning soon la the southernllstes IS
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exciting PATTERNS! brighten Flower trail March parades and April and festival In both I ;

South and Wtst.LoubiW'.MAxk* \ *&* 1 _. .
Trail" is one of the finest. North I ,'

new DUPLEX ..C.OLORINGJ'! visitors Carolina'< to*the camellias Muthtast draw roast knowing toward .

wiattr's end,and so do Charleston's

;" sculptured. : # gardens., 4 ..... #
i The pleasure* of dude ranching ... Y
tore north with warmer *mir, and ,#
l SHAPES! dt whether you ride or Just put too
; western clothes and sit decoratively
( on A corral fence, youll find rood ... I ; t
#e: chances for both in southern California
u.l lw' ,Arizona New Meiico and Texas.
2 The bi;southern resorts will begin tT 4' ...
rYruw rJ ?: +
h./6 .. y to taper off after the peak winter _. M
{ i H 3'RtSEMARY season,so youll find them a bit more cJ f 7 4. r
open and a shade more economical. '
w jxkT lOne busy exception is the New ,<;>
I Mardi Gras,during the week J
ending March 1. I
r I For man- ud jaunt trace spring
f I to the top of the world and see our
\; 49th stale,Ahska.The warm season
It ideal (but it starts {late), the ,
scenery magnificent,and the air alitewith "*,*
ryrYr a sense of ad mtue.* -
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Informal J ... ; ,..;. .

TRUE CHINA :.
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.i iroquois EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT y ..7.' < +i. .
(Weather Permitting)
i The t ter.T
beautifufnevv dinnerware
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Look, it's flameproof! Time Trial 6'JO PJI t .
., Bake,broil,roast even fry...then server First Race 8:00 Pit : .: :, .:
; in Iroquois' INFORMAL So durable"you 'Ii k, .
get Iroquois' famous breakage warranty. ADMISSION $IZ to- .
Look, it's true china! Peach s.'n Creams luscious voilo. garden parly serf for : : :
Admitted Free) .
(i Children Under 12
INFORMAL is made from finest English
'. k ? clays, high Fired for true china trans t" Spring An exciting versatile selection of a check, a. mo'on' t
'. ,, lucence .- comes in stunning contemporary
\ coloring.shapes and distinctive, duplex Location print, a floral. and a Liberty-type. All lined with organdy .: .
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t Look.Jt has everything Turn left 5 miles north of Valdost for perfect t fit. Each with. /its qw sewed organdy. ruffled ...
BLUE DIAMONDS Exciting dinnerware pieces plus match at Mineola, take right turns for 4 .- .
HARVEST TIME ing china cookware. imagine! A china miles to the petticoat. ,1-
fry pan dutch oven sauce pan us-
w serole samovar, revolving buffet server.1 I It l, .

go trivided with your server dinner individual service casseroles to cook and to, 1 j diunderbowl Speedway Choice...- -"if-Spring--" Cofar. >. *'. .'1-3'- .U..7.14- ,(- ;
1 serve in! I
k"t only I F ......... _.'f. .
r. Wes'r S-Pc. Place Setting ....... .. ..._.... .. _... .. .. ...
Consist Mted/bruMast. 'oft dinner plate put '$6.95 ...... .. .- --. -,- ---- -- --. SEE THESE AND OTHER' STYLES PRICED FROM t' ., .:; : .
cup&saucer soup [ I
-- opEN STOCK : "' 'f2.98 TO$1295 -. .'1 :" '., ..
VALUE
$8.90
,, Old Tires Are Unsafe : .;.,;:... .
Y. -an eccoraa,... .id. warranty AT ,.." .
I Spring Tire Sale is now going r-

: on-Come in and get your set :
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of Firestone Tires. Now at -a BREEDEN'SFashion&GiitShp .
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, W9thGERPIIONE : great savings.

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J f' : ,I ESOURCES -SO THAT YOU;YOUR .CHIL'D'UtJ f PARTiCIPATE LEE NEWSNOTESMr \
AND YOUR NEIGHBORS WILL /U.W4VJT DC AetE' m'THI /1 HU 3.6106I ffJ f Q -'
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i"U, ./j fj HUNTER sarETYi ... and Mrs Prentiss Cherry vfe.ItcU .
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.-. .sTUDY ENJO'f'AND 1 t- } JOIN' YOUR LOCAL Ill i JP 1 PROGRJtM .' ,,, p JACK ADAMS, of Lament, do ybu, relatives In ;Jacksonville Sunday
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; CLUBr. ., t : y 1 M tt Mrs E A Dempsey and brother,
PROTECT '. SIORrSty1EN'S: : J I I. I J 9pnlES t read the Fisherman's Calendar .
WILDLIFE; Mr l.E Whitty, of Jacksonville
CftRDEN CLUB" I.
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J f i l \ came Saturday for an overnightvisit
", AtlD B N SQClETr ......, with the J B Whittys and theS
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n. EGRET .v'' .. baby Jof Jacksonville came Friday
) \ .. t loa THE WEEK APR)'- 10 THRU APRIL'11 \ ( night for a weekend visit with

.. Mr and Mrs L L McMullen and
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: TAKE A'' Z :} T... fw tact. Darr. -r.I, Wh.* Fish. Bir. Bnt" tr. son Lewis and Mr and Mrs aids

t 5Th P a P out .,. BOY (K GIRLFISHING f' t U- ; Andrews of Hickory Grose.
ILLEfiAI E RNOFISH SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN t Mr and Mrs A E R."gansvet to

1 4 's f LAW vtOLATLs BUNTING R J10 I .:::11 e I l:8 12 I J:13 Ii Jl 14 I 15 I 16 I 17 Adel Iveyvho to see has their been mother.ill for Mrs several Zula

,; CAMPING 12:33 12:59 128 2:20 3:17 4:16 5:15 6-:13 da-S. t .<01
HEAVY WIND DAMAGE
AM AM AU Ail AM AM AM AM
Winds Sunday morning did quitea

f bit of. damage by blowing down
41 L Blacker the Fish Better the Day for >Fishing eight telephones, a large oak tree

at West Farm, two large oaks at

sc Mr Dalton Mercer's, ,unroofed a \
) s
y small house with a heavy sill partly

unroofed their tobacco barn. Quite a
number of shingles off the dwelling
#OWARDJUDSTILLJiumber house blew chairs overt In the field

lasted for about five minutes or
HELP ELIMINATE less. There was some damage at
POLLUTION AND SPOILAGE (I( I other places that 'wash't. reported.A .
I OF fORIOA S SEAUTiFUt.
LAKES'. RIVERS AN? .SPRIC$ message came Sunday after-
t'wRIOA'6A tE f1 E911 WATER rISNlCOs s tso+af noon of the death of Mr Sherman

.' company Mercer of Jacksonville, who died
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ot a heart ajtack: Among those
t MaJixon I attending} ,'ntfuWral) d*Jacksonville -

I"q., : ., \ Tuesday Messrs Dalton

"4-1--. ... '"'." .-. -.4 ,,. 'f J \.r ; : 1frtJ/te HU 3-6106 FLORIDA and Mrs Raymond Ola wet r VThe atid' mother

r Rev and'Mrs E W :McDougalWent
,"ffIfIV";''': I \. VOTE 'I'II Atlanta last
!!!!" FOR up near week to
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;4 The Book Shelf visit* his children and to see his

Lamar Andrews I I yocng grandson.

I With Lent jurt under way the
i ili I FOR I Madison County Library calls attentions -
..' COtJNTY Easter CandiesPANGBURN'SBELLE *
COMMISSIONER
:''.ra ",rf t to books of a reUgJous'and
spiritual nature. Material available
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I IN FORT WORTH. CEREMONY
MOUNTAIN by Thomas Merton and r
: > i > LIFE of CHRIST Fustan J
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I[ Sheen. NUTRITION SCHOOL
PRICED THE LEAST. Southwestern Baptist Theological For Protestants there is Peter -
.. Seminary, Dorothy Wood Dyts and I i
Marshall's THE FIRST EASTER The final session of the Nutrition
Thomas Phillips (Phil) Heard
was
depicting scenes and events of Series will be held this Friday
... **Vnuized Saturday in Fort Worth I
Texas. 'Christ Passion from the Lord's night at eight o'clockIn thev Madison -
<.. a k a Supper to the Resurrection.A County Agricultural-Center. The
; The double
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ceremony performed
recommended book for Lenten will feature
program a panel consisting -
\ :- by the Rev Thomas E.Cogfin reading! is John Dougherty's I of Dr Helen Cate,>Head
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scminary'sScarborough
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; i SEARCHING the SCRIPTURES. Department of Food and Nutrition
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ir-s' v, "---.,-, Barnard* Hall. t! Shop Eagle's Easter moderated, Extension-by1 Mrs Nutritionist.Sue ChTistia'rQunP.

tfauchter of Mrs Audrey Wood,
2000 East Second Street the bride, Food and i its relation to disease
rr 'Y" fci audio-visual librarian at Soath-t Parade of Values Page! will be the main topic discussed

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and questions that have arisen during
western Seminary; where she is to l i
the series will be answered.
be graduated in .May. In 1953-39 ,4.
site was a member of the South I!

western Singers She Is also a TO ATTEND PHILADELPHIA HAMILTON PRINCIPAL ,

., t graduate of Durham's Business CONVENTION SPEAKER AT PTA MEET :
w.w. College in Austin. Dorothy is a _
: granddaughter of.Mrfand Mrs Drew w1
Dr Blanche Hardy. 'Director of
lug-hoy of IJarwon. Dr Marshall Hamilton was principal
I the Guidance for
i. Center Worth
Mr Heard, son of Mr and Mrs
Florida Junior I speaker at the 8th Annual
will
College attend'I
I Malcolm W Heard of Jackson Miss, 'Future Teachers of America meet
the American Personnel and Guid-
b a graduate of Mississippi College ing at Valdosta State College this
Association Convention in ,
,. lie is a member of Pi Gamma Mu ance 5.
Tuesday. April
1014. past
Philadelphia April Dr Hardy
at Southwestern He Is also em- i! I Dr Hamilton spoke to approximately -
(( says there will be a large representation
plojed by the Boswell Dairies in 500 persons on the topic
from Florida the
on con- .
:; f'ortVorth.. I%-e1tiorpro ram.I "Top Teachers of Tomorrow.
For her wedding the bride ehouck ,

"' r ,_ I street_"length dress of white lace I Rev Jame Barber is spendingthis ,
OpinK uuicia. She: wore a The Time Is Now! To
week at Daytona Beach attending
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: white headdress and shoes, and
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"carricxfa white Bible topped with a Power'Mower -
white stephanotis and white orchid. sponsored by the Florida Baptist purchase your

jH ; As matron of honor. Mrs FrancesLewis Convention
"* of Austin wore a pastel at Western Auto

11,-- green dress The Great Books Discussion

I ___ } Kenneth T RaJney of New Orleans Group will meet Monday April Store. '
ben Robert Thomas
was man.
11 at,7:30 p m in the College library. -
Hudson a student: at .the seminary Epfctetus, discourses and
was usher:
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w+ will reside in Fort Worth at C1/J l.Or6
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: # NOON." THANKS. THE wish to thank our friends and
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; America's lowest-priced ftdlaiuaronllta91 cubic feet of loadfpace is kindness, messages: of sympathy and
STUDENTS ATTEND beautiful flowers during the -
NTJC for the ------ --
( the b its field.,Extra wide easily,with .
p uest.1n rear gates open one hand to CONVENTION illness and passing! of our beloved '
', make loading cinch.And this Ford Ranch is bunt for You EVERY SATURDAY NIGHTWeather
a Wagon people. .. 9 wife and mother. Hosanna Tuten. .
,.; get a foam-padded front seat plus 1 leg hip and bead room to rpare.And it's : Delegates from the Student Coun- 3lay' God bless each one ( Permitting)

built for savings too. It thrives on low-cost rtyvlar gas. A Full-Flow oil dl of Forth Florida Junior College M T TUTEN. husband and child

filter leta you go 4,000 miles without an oU change.The aluminized muffler i i ,ill attend the annual Junior College Ten Leonard Cruce. Mrs Sim Andrews BEGINNING

normally lasts twice as long as conventional types. And its Diamond Student Government Contention Mrs Sidney B Bass and

lustre' Finish never needs waxing. row .nraot s;., o; ,i at the Palm Beach Junior College Gussie Tuten. 32-lt-ch 9th 1960Time
today. April 7. through Saturday --- April
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- 1 April 9.Delegates Termites Swarming? .
from the NFJC Student Trials 6:30 PMf
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r< Kit k1and. and Malcolm Page.In BnrkeExterminating t ADMISSION $1.25
addition to the
ITS swroa gwrnc*m.... .........t......,.w swtt James D Bass co-jponjor delegates of the Mr Co.': (Children Under 12 Admitted Freer

NATIONAL Americas station wagon specialists KFJC Student Council win attend
NEW | the convention. The other ovsponsorj
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Phone293..J Perry
CAR DEALER PK 3R Mr J C Moore. Jr. Instructor in i LocationTurn '
Invite to see an 7 wonders "
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Lawn Mower Service at Mineola. take right turns for i
F" APPLIANCES '
G-E miles to the

HARDEEtMOTOR COMPANY nrpairing and rebuilding; also any

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Easter CandiesPANGBWWSBELLE ,* CIRCUITCOURT TWO& CAR-WRECK received lowing another a leg car injury too closely.and continued She Old Tires Are Unsafe.: Shop Eagle's Easier*"

on to a Valdosta hospitaL
CAMP I Af 1:10 a hi Thursday two miles Mr Pittman received a slight neck Spring Tire Sale is now going Parade of Values Page

True bills reported by Grand south of Madison on State Road I injury but was not hospitalized. on-Come in and get your set

Smith Drug Store last Jury week In addition to those published causing 14 two approximately Chevrolet sedans$500 crashed.dam! PICKUP TRUCK AND of Firestone Tires. Now at a 4. I ,- -
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great savings.
age to two and slight
the cars
BOOKMOBILE TO BE HERE Arthur Williams, desertion and -- 14.
.,. non-support. injury to both drivers. Friday at 4:30 p m on U S 90 Davis Service Station S/Sgt and Mrs Virgil lIenry-:
The Suwannee Regional Bookmo- Winford Dixon, desertion and Trooper Joe. Peavy said Kirk four miles cast of*,Lee a 1931 Ford Jr left Monday for Bangor, Maine,

bile will be In Madison Friday, I non support. ,Pittman driving a 1959 Chevrolet pickup truck driven by Matthew Phone HU 3-6601, Madison Fla. where they will be stationed At

.April 8, from 3 to 4 p. m. parkedat Tebo Twiggs, desertion and nonsupport sedan belonging to. P K Lanier, Mobley o f Madison and I t Dow Air Force Base. I
the Courtt House, and welcomes was making a right ,hand stop owned by Bill Walker was makinga Trooper Peavy said Mobley was v

vifiors.i James McDaniel, desertion and when the second car, also a 1959 left turn Into a side road whena i charged with having 'faulty turn fc Easter Candies *

Clifford Corbett a dispatcher for non-support Chevrolet sedan driven by Mrs 1937 Buick sedan driven by !signals. Damage to the Buick was

the Florida Forest 'Service here, O1arl Dumas, desertion and KaUe Mae Wilder, of Little Rock i!I Lloyd N Duck of Little Rock Ark,I;approximately $300, and to the PANGBURN'S-BELLE CAMP J

underwent surgery on his arm nonsupport Ark struck hIs tar from the rear, |I traveling in the same direction I truck, $100. The drivers escaped Smith StoreSOLID

Monday at the Tallahasse hospital Ralph E Hall, grand larceny. Mrs Wilder. was charged with fol crashed into the truck. |,injury. Drug

Lamar Beaty, grand larceny. r

THE MAY DAY STORY"If Julia Mae McDonald. ,> unlawful

Possession of moonshine whiskey.
Ned Johnson, unlawful possession
Winter Comes, Can Spring Be of one gallon and more of moonshine -

Far Behind" whiskey. : ,MAPLE BEDROOM BUY !
(By ;tlizabeth K. Vann) \ Ned Johnson and Simp Johnson,,
With the coming of Spring, Madiscnians Unlawful possession of one gallon
look forward to May Day,

,a since festival the earljr become."1920's traditional, and which here of' John moonshine Tooke whiskey.and Bobby Bembry,, A Charming Mellow-toned Maple Perfect for Today's Homes

over the period of forty years becomes .malicious injury' .to property of

more beautiful and dramatic :another. .. ... .. .
under..the sponsorship of the Madison -i Arthur DeLaughter and Cluster .," : ..'

Woman's Club.' 'Held Griffin petit larcenyEdgar .' t .f -
In" reminiscence i we see over the I Burch, desertion and nonsupport -; l '
years the lovely Madison May .
Queens, chosen from among the f fC
I Willie Linzy Robinson and Ottii
Madison High School seniors by a
popularity vote, their flowing satin Charles McCall, breaking and

trains borne by pages. .advance; entering.
to the throne chair*, in a beautiful Dozier Davis, desertion and nonsupport -
forest setting loiv the" eastern porticoof r a 'y a

the Court House. Her ,court Ottis Charles McCall, unlawful
formed an honor guard on either Madison
escape from County jail
side of the granite steps to the entrance
flanked by stately Ionic while confined on a felony charge. i 1'
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columns which added to the regal Willie Linzy Robinson, unlawful : 1 ) t. : '

setting. escape from Madison County Jail _
After thq crowning of the Queen, while confined OIT a felony charge. lb L :
the traditional May .Pole dances Henry Johnson and LeRoy Davis, *
in which {the Elementary school unlawful possession of less than y t N k i i
children danced around the pole .
one gallon of moonshine whiskey. : IT'a
winding their colorful streamers, '
Joseph F Provan, breaking! and '
were Executed! for the entertainment -
entering.
of thq Queen and her court 1D
and the hundreds of children and Case of Winford Dixon set for

adults gathered for the festival. trial Tuesday, Apr 6th. --

Folk dances, songs and skits were Joseph F Provan plead guilty to --------
t performed, for their pleasure as breaking and entering, and pre- ... ------ a e :
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babes in armsand music by the Placed
sertion and non-support on
High School Band.
1 Later a JdIag was chosen as probation for three years and
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escort to the Queen and an Elementary Instructed to pay $7.50 per week
Queen and King and court for support of minor child.

were added 'features. Charles Dumas plead guilty to

I The program inevitably was i desertion and. non-support. Placed e

brought to a climax with. the lovely .>n.. probation for three years and ;.,
recitation of The' May -
Queen's
instructed to pay $12.50 per week
.Queen. Tennyson: % for support of minor children.
I '}"ou must wake and call me early.
Dozier Davis plead guilty to desertion -
.. Call me early, mother dear;
[" Tomorrow '11 be the happiest time of! and non support. Placed on THREE-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE: BOOKCASE BED, DOUBLE DRESSER WITH MIRROR: AND CHEST /

All the glad New-year; probation for three years and' instructed A SPECIAL VALUE ready to enable you to create a really delightful bedroom .for Jil for Junior for yourself.
Of all the glad New-year mother, the to pay $7.50 per week There's big double dresser that's both practical and good looking. A chest gives you plenty of storage space and a bookcase bed

I I' Maddest merriest day, for support of minor child. that shows all the beauty of the wood. At your first glance you'll recognize all the quality details that make it worth
For I'm to be Queen o' the May,I Arthur: Williams plead guilty to MUCH MORE!

mother desertion and non-support of wife. ..:..
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I'm'to be Queen o' the May." of John Tooke and Bobby ..
r Mrs A E Fraleigh president of Cases DeLaughter and .. ... ...
Arthur
the Madison Civic League, forerunner Bembry
of the present Woman'i Chesterfield Griffin, and Henry .. AnExtra

Club and the late Mrs Clifford Me. Johnson and LeRoy Davis were : ; :. ;, x 4 j' t
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Call, an outstanding club woman certified to County Court. r, S : '
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ot the twenties staged the first Case of Julia Jackson,' unlawfully ,j t :l1 > Good Buy!

Madison May Fete on a dais erected interested in and connected x .... 4 ...
for the purpose In Confederate .
with a lottery for oney. Her attorney v
Park. At that time the. Kenneth Gatlin, withdrew, ; lit 'I'- t Rail
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was chosen by civic tc ;
May Queen a sr .. '
of record, Carl- ;
popularity vote as a moneymaklngproject and her attorney i,1, i ; ti
of the League. "Later the ton Welch, made motion to quash "'

choice of Queen was taken over evidence and continue case for Ladder
by the schools, with Miss Ruth A. term. Court denied motion to

"Woodwell, of the Emerson School quash and continued case until

of Dramatics who at the time was Friday, Apr 1st. Jury returned tiTfI"...e"a t it Bunk Beds
of .
head of the Department Speechof verdict of not guilty.
the Oft Florida Normal Instituteat lit 1
and
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Elmore Bellamy desertion 1 *
Madison' staging the pageantry.The f'Z
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story! rot May Day celebra- non-support of minor children. !I' Fitf the Low ,
tions has its origin in the mythological Bond estreature of October 2, 1957

ages and dates back to 238 set aside by Court order. 1

B. c. when!,, a Roman festival, Flo- Corbett Nobles and K C Washington ;k I' Price oft
rails observed from April 28 to ,., unlawful possession of .
May 3, was instituted by the moonshine) whiskey stilL As to -IB i I t

.Romans honoring Flora goddess of Corbett Nobles. Jury returned verdict vl ',{ 1
flowers and all blooming vegetation, of guilty as charged. and defense -
with mimes and dances. Her C
games i counsel allowed fifteen daysto rMT ; 1 95
JndigenoUi.i .
cult was ancient and trial
file motion for need
t Flora to whom the feast was
desertion case
Burch
consecrated: was likewise a fertility Edgar
''I goddess and her rites were similar placed on absentee docket.
to customs which had previously Corbett Nobles and K C Washington

been associated with Mala, the Greek unlawful removal depositand zy lei.
goddess of mythology, the oldest' concealing Intoxicating beverages

and most beautiful of the- Pleiades with intent to defraud the

(later transformed into the stars State of Florida of the tax Ihcreon. .. Terms
\ so named), daughter of Atlas and As to 'Corbett Nobles, placed on Easy .Too. ,
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the Pleione. '
nymph
absentee docketCorbett .
The origin of the May Pole Dance .
Nobles unlawful possession .:;..
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Placed absentee .
villages going to the forests to on
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fetch the tallest and. strongest -- ; .. .,
Please let :
young tree and strip It of its boughs :
end plant it in the public green us have your ADS by TUESDAY A 1\ .

and decorate it with garlands and NOON.; THANKS. THEE "" ': '. '. I'

ribbons painted with gay stripes f' ... .. ..
end this became the center of the -R. ," .'t I \ ,

dances and games. Miss Jean Ragans of Decatur. Ga? J
Customs the ancient ,. '
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and Philip Ragans of FSU were '
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the cusora is Joy at the...creative! .... .. ,
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those three sentences : ':
t '
with .
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.:.which the Serf .
the:' .
mOD on '
s
Mount"Blessed begins are: i \ '" ,

i the poor in spirit i. : '. ..'N.j t r

Blessed: are I \' '
i the meek e
Blessed are they Dr. Foreman ,. ..,
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that mourn ." "Blessed" means ,. --
happy or rather the Greek word :
'jw''e
translated "blessed" means happy.All ". kyI S : < S;
_:ri ::5 SX
the other words are commonly ? S
used we have no trouble understanding .
what Jesus said But P

could he have meant it? The thing ,., 4 x c ,
sounds upside-down backward., .
: :
quite the opposite of real life, : errs ,

What Jesus Is Driving A! Litej

Well, it is the opposite of the r I
way most people do.live. There is tI
an old saying, "Look out for Num-
ber One. Who if Number One?

Why, I am Number One. We have '
other proverbs much like that."Selfpreservation .
is the first lawof .
life." "Every man for himself r"v;
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and the devil take the hindmost. .
Jesus means to say that these prov I .."" ;':' :
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erbs are clear out of line with God's" .
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Either ..: ,'.',: :.:\ : ,;,j.... ..... .., .I;
will and his kingdom. they I I ...._..M.. __....MM.n'" .. .. .. '. '
are right or'"Blessed are the meek" j ,5..5..S..5. '<.
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:ways.is right; you can't have it both Q llito.a' thrill- =-!)ulcling! new home!Dayboy) day y watch it 'take ': THE. CHURCH FOR ALL '. .

That word "meek" needs some {*shape.: And .sorriehow\ ,. you have. the feelln /that. Jbi -ne\Yh oar sewjJtbring-l 1 r ALL FOR THE' CHURCH :'
to be The wordin ';
explanation the Greek language sure., in which 'piewjife.foryou i 'and yout family :i The Church ts the greatest factor on earth for ,

the New Testament was first written -, > j jI I 1,: the building of character and good citizenship: \:,

does not mean just the same .. It storehouse of spiritual values. Without a lt::
'\\ ts a
as our word "meek" has come to I I :But building a new life isn't as simple a S building a new i home. One t'>-

suggest today. The word Jesus just can't out of. the drab into Ii 4,,6 Church. neither democracy civilization
; move past a sparkling: future 'f :
used did not mean humble-come- .- ., can survive. There are four sound reasons why : :. .

tumble, lacking self-respect and -: every person should attend services regularly and ,
j
self-reliance, it did not mean a The life torwhich consdientio and built"on the Church. (1)I For his t
dishrag sort of character.What he us men \vomen aspire is support \They are:

//ineant by the word;: -can be .foundations that"_cannot be laid in week or two. Character, courage, con- L. 'own sale. (2) For his children sake. (3) For 4
express '' the sale of his community and nation. (4) For
J cd by the words "not insisting o>' sec at on these are concrete a ld nces_of faithful yearsJnJhe "orship. Ii '" ,
f one's rights," "not demanding Grit 'and service of God, ; the sate of the Church itself which needs his f.
place,"-the opposite of proud con' moral and material support.: Plan to go to

'vetted, demanding, aggressive.Th -------.. --- -- --. L'. church regularly and read your Bible daily ;" :
old-fashioned
word "gentle" af ,
Toda .
used in the words "gentleman" o\\ churches.andwhere k

"gentlefolk" comes tloser to It ,r there are old houses there 'are old churches. And through the portals ::3. .Day Book Chapter Verses..l'

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than "meekYou ,
Jesus' sentence this might way translate: Happj of all the churches pass the millions orearn ., famjJje1110. .are serious ., Sundar Psalms 127. 1.5 : :
is the man who is not always insisting .. 'and Monday I Chronicles 28 9-10 :-=
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on his rights! Happy 14 the '-' ---.h"aPlY? about.** building, 'anew Kfe. Tuesday I Corinthians 2 9-16 \
man who loves himself last! i :::' f jtl M '. ,mt, t' Wednesday Psalms 31 1-5 ti

t I Another'word is "humble," and . i. Thursday Colossians 3 1-4 "

many scholars think that all these Friday John 10 I-II f.

first three "beatitudes" are drivingat ''I., 1.. -- Saturday Ephesians 6 1.24
the same point: Happy are the c.J1lI''l;;' "AI".Jm'tit,SI" 't.Vat aS t'
humble, those who really love 4
themselves last. This is one of the -
many teachings of Jesus that are
practical two ways,for this life and -

for, the next for everyday situation '" ." : j-- : H5. : "' :
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and for eternity too. Jesus

himself has suggested how this -- -- _-- :_-'W.-.H--
works. He was once a guest at -5.--- S -
dinner, and he called the attention ,

of those sitting next to him to the ".___',,_' ____";u'''_r' ........ ..... ""'w.CU1 .....-.:_'"
"polite" but persistent scrambling .... .- .:" ...... ,
for the best places. In an oriental --

dining places at room the as table in are our more own,'t some on. i III I These Religious! Messages are being Published Each WeeJr,Sponsored.tyr th:Following Individuals and I 11 I

orable" than others. Jesus gave Establishments: n
the down-to-earth advice,in effect:
If you must scramble scramble . . . _
for the lowest places, not the top
ones.It is much better to be Invited "
REGISTER'S AUTO SERVICE
MASON DRUG STORE WESTERN AUTO STORE
to take a better place than to be ,
asked to get out of one! The man I I 1I Phone HU 3-6450 Madison, Fla. DUNN FURNITURE CO. :
who is always insisting on his The Renal Store J. J. Sale, Jr., Owner ,"

rights, standing on his dignity, is I Phone HU 32300. Madison Fla. Phone HU 32335. Madison. Yb.5 MADISON FLA. "7, i
generally unhappy and envious for
he cannot take any pleasure in the Phone HU 3-2340 '

taccess of others.It is the unselfishrho WILLIS .k .
I
really get the fun out of life .. '.
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Payoff !I. EttnH/ I. IflJ 3-6827 BOX 7U. .."t,\,:" I I

Jesus parable of the rich aims MADISON FLTbiOREtOR' :.t .. QUALITY CLEANERS '
.nd Lazarus has a good deal to do *: MESSEH 1. .B.' DAVIS Inc.Madison .
rith all this.The rich man'in that .t ..

storf. while he was living, seemsto -. BATTERY & TIRE CO. : INSURANCE- ; ,: ,FloridaCANTEY When your clothes are not be- \
have seen nobody much but becoming
should
.; coming to you they .
,
{iUmself, thought of nobody's wel- FLORIDA AGENCY "
MADISON .
bare but his own. If h. ever saw: .. :. ... ; to us Phone.HU 3-2353 fU
Florid
the beggar, he made no move to Madison. ...... ; .' -
help him.His brothers needed wise I \.1{,

counsel, but he never thought ttti
about them either.He aimed to get '
his share of the big melon of the r f BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. 1 FRALEIGH-ASHLEY 9t.cmmars .

world and he got It. He discovered ., .1. : SEnVlCB JIA
his mistake too late.So we Wiring and Reptir-AppHancet 66"STATION .
.
: MOTOR CO. ,
TRUCK & TRACTOR CO. .A
have another light on what Jesus .
. meant.The man who Is the oppositeof MADISON, FLORIDA .I fU
Phone HU 3-22 meek-the selfish greedy Han- Madiaon, &V .
is a man who hardly even sees any
one but himself. He eaaaot pat ', 'n

. himself in the other man's place.

He learns at lat wat Dfckea .. .5..iS.. \ ; ; 'i'l'.4 :':':':'% . .
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character M! Marie? leaned, toe :, ,_ .. ,
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In Lee precinct, the Constable of great importance. The much programs on the world's larg-

group Trill read: Largest Set of Tubular greater proportion of the coun- est set of tubular bells. The
<
IR \\'. C. SEVOR 0 Bells ty's acreage is devoted to commercial county is one of the oldest in

.mow.r:ypu.raara r rsr W&a.8 a.o..... timberlands and saw- Florida; it was created in 1827

Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance ARTHURVILLWIS. 0 Hamilton county, located in milling and pulpwood loadingare and was named for Alexander:
Delayed Renewals $4.00{), Per Year big industries. Hamilton} Hamilton. Next week Hardee
In Pinetta precinct, the Constable the northern part of the. state,I ,
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application group will read: bordering Georgia, has the dis- county's great cultural attraction : county. U
is the Stephen Foster Memorial \
Entered+ at the Madison( Post Office u seeouQ ,
0 at"hite Springs, where, WATCH THE E-R FORMac's
1908, under Act of March 8, 1S79. from the rest of the state by
ROBERT WALKER 0 natural boundaries. The Su- in addition to the animated !
MERCHANT T. C. MERCHANT ?x. Furniture & 1
D-VfflERS: T. C. dioramas portraying some ofFoster's
wannee river separates it from
AND ASSOCIATES It might be added that the I I
best-known ballads
Columbia and Suwannee
Republican ticket in this coun-
J county I Appliance
MADISON RECORDER,. ESTABLISHED 186; will list only one contest, that ties and the Withbcoochce and other interesting Foster
ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901CONSOLIDATED flows it Madison objects and literature, a
and
NEW river between -
for Governor and FORMAL OPENING'SEWiNG
t. 'ot it will read .
JUNE 25 1903 carillon tower renders musical
'\ __, For Governor 'I' county. The county has

T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. Vote for one ;an area almost threefourthsthat

C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor of Madison county and a

'MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor GEORGE PETERSEN 0 population a little more than SINGER MACHINE CO.

I MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager.Everything EMERSON' RUPERT 0 0 half that of Madison's. Agri-
:culture, timber resources, and m *
>Ii day in order to report his true 109 S. PATTERSON STREET
ORtD livestock comprise the county'sprincipal
4N sdal"-he had given it in as I I sources of income. The I VALDOSTA, GEORGIAMachine

< smaller while his wife was i County Campaign On main crop is tobacco, and Hamilton Repair Rental Sewing Course
A 11VEN I
looking on, since he didn'twant county tobacco is among
oy her to know about The speaking: part of the
every
O the finest grown anywhere. New Machines $59.50 and
1980qr county campaign opened in up
up
bit of the monet he was get- Jasper, the county seat, is a
10N ting. Maybe he figured he had II Simians last Thursday night. large tobacco market. Other CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-2304 COLLECT
The writer was not able to be
to hold out some for himself.A include
important cotton,
crops Service in 24 Hours
Blooming there; 'however, reports were
is required to give
person peanuts, corn, and watermelons. -
truthful answers to the ]I that it Was a very rood affair.
census
1 Nearly everything seems to Hog and cattle raising are
be blooming or putting out I taker, and the census taker is! The next night the Junior

that has i required to keep the information -' Woman's Club here was stag-
new leaves now April! I
BestQualifiecl-ByFar
come. The dogwood, delayedthis confidential. I ing a political speaking in connection I
I with their campaign for
year as. so many other
the Crippled Children's Fund,
things have been, is especially
and this Friday night the trekis
Ticket
!The Election
pretty now, the tung oil trees
to Cherry Lake.'So far the
)have begun to bloom, as also I This paper last week published -
slate candidates have mostly!
the little haw trees their F
of the Demo
a copy hot had time to visit Us, although ,
bloom is quite fragrantthe w ,
cratic election ticket as it win i Loran Carlton was here a
Cherokee roses, the sweet in the Green\illei
I be voted on briefly his :?
time back in
some
:shrubs, and,so on. The pecan I I precincts. We chose those precincts -i'I S_ r .
j I i quest for the Secretary 1 of State -
trees have at last begun to because they have both
job and Farris here
Bryant was _
:put out, and the old saying is Justice of the Peace and Constable -
I Saturday afternoon for the re-
that when they come into )leafwinter contests on in additionto '
Option and speaking, which
is over; however, we the regular state aMt letters however, was canceled :
:have seen pecan leaves nipped
) races. on account of the weather.
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by the cold. We are having a +
The ticket in the 110seJe 4Doesn't AI _
Food bit of rain, and some Hall, Hamburg, Cherry Lake, _

places have had high winds and Tuten, Hickstown, Macedonia I I II I
\Want To Burn
tornadoes. Branford was visited and Winquepin precincts will be:I s-t ,

by a tornado Sunday and one exactly like the one published; S S -
or two tornadoes (or at least except there will be no Justice*I\With Burns : : -

damaging winds) struck in of the Peace and Constable j I P. S. Coggins was over from I

Hamilton county the same day. contests. Jacksonville Friday and Saturday -

The ticket in Madison precincts said he came on account : k:4 }-

Tell The Truth 1 and IAill be like!I of Bryant When joshed that he

the published ticket except might have been expected to

I Census taking is in full there will be no Justice of the;I be for Jacksonville's Mayor, he _

swing now, and some amusingand Peace contest and the Constable I countered that he didn't wantto if _

sometimes embarrassing Croup will be like this: I' Burn with Burns. Burns is

ihcidents are being reported. For Constable figured to do well in Jacksonville -I

Some of the women are said tot Vote for one I though there will be a,,

be reluctant to give their true BURNETT flJ. good many there too that' he

Y' ages, especially those whose WAYNE 1,won't get Dave Lanier said be

S" husbands may have thought W. (BILL) SMITHIn couldn't go to the pow-wow.at

them to be younger; but they : Madison .2 and 2-A precincts Sirmans because he wanted to
should consider that this information listen to. McCarty over the TV
the Constable will i iItead
group
, may be helpful when I I j I that night The Governor candidates

I f. social security or old.age assist : ji i i are giving most of their

r. ance time comes. Also the G NE CLARK n 0 time to the three....bigpopufa.tlOl1 ; 0 0 '

.papers say that one man ran ALBERT E. FRALEIGH 0 j jjgMUm areas: Miami, Jacksonville.. ,
I '' after the taker '
census the other t -n-M-iii and 'Tampa. ':
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CANDIDATES-Don't be too' '...I I
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Finest Water J .
PumpRUTHBERRY conservative about proclaiming Jr" '

your virtues in an E-R ad. Remember ElectHarvie J. 1'

your opponents are 1 P '

not likely ttf say many good J.COTTRNOB J. Belser J

I things about you. ......_ y I

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t BAPTIST CIRCLESWMU Jd S 4 J GOVERNOR .

f.6' RY ,1iw1Z frS
'
circle of First Biplist The Vofers"of Florida : a
Months Months Church met Monday. Qrcle No I,

I at the church with 1 members The following Is a reprint of an article appearing j

1 present. in the Florida Times Union Sunday, :April 3, 1960:1
Warranty Mrs A J .
Money Hargrove taught the
"Clearwater -. State Senator Harve? Bclser of
i twolast chapters of the book, Bonlfay told groans that one of his primarv aims in' ,

Back On umP leaching Rural Churches and Mrs entering the race for Governor was to give the people .,
R B Bryan gave a lesson in Christian a chance to vote for a strong seereeationist.He '

Citizenship. said be thought the voters should have a "clear-cut: .. i iiJ&i
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Guarantee and Parts Circle fftto 2 met with Mrs ''W : choke of voting tor a stanch segregationist and a believer in i
S states' rights and constitutional government or of votlnrotherwise. ''
Cooper Sr, with 10 present. Mrs i

Hoyt Hanes gave the last two Tao re tarns oa Mar 3 win Indicate coachulrelr Is which
chapters of the book Reaching direction the -.., of Florida desire to 1'0 for the next War v;
years.- ae said. .*-
Rural Churches The drcle'Ot d
trouble >*' Ether said ,,'a spent about S10.000.M ell hb campalcn
Get a RUTH-BERRY & Forget prour Pump to send a donation to the Prison .. !. far sad that tt an has been contributed ba amount of $S9i

Association to apply on the pur '(T.t. Per oMI .r less from person of average" or below means."
CHECK THESE UNfflALLENGED chase of Bibles for prisoners. Weald yon. vote for a maa who ha* a IMft pro lecialatlTC

Hostess served apple pie a-Ia-mode record acahul KAtz )MIXING .
PRACTICALLY IMPOSSIBLE TO FREEZE AND and coffee. IUKTIE Z. BEI.Sn: X ward 70* veto for a maa who ta the Florida Sonata la '
1157 told GoTomor CoOma that ho didn't hare fortltndo enon.hto
BURST. -- ', \I :Mr J Vickcra entertained Circle pyres t I fUhl RACE HDEING and stand m for the RIGHTS CUB- I
: No 3 with 10 members: present TOMS' AND TXADmOKS ., tho SOUTH **"- :

/ Mrs T M Raines the Jh $uzu t t Weald yes compare BELSSX'S record on *ecreff.Uoa ted'*
CaRet Lose Its Prime.v 4 gave lathe wltt ... record of the other Gubernatorial Candidate?
program. Hostess served sandwiches
Jr Woold yon rote for a man who I. not obUcated to the well y
s. J: Cat1LcD.
Weis. cookies and coffee. UcUa *r retied falereoia In lh. UU bat who I b free aad will .
Val Air and SLit elf Week .
Pump OH. 4 bo
Mn Stanley Williams was free i* make the people of Florida a real Governor
1bomu P. Ted) Dans
Wenld 7M TOO* for a man it year of age married three
hostess to Circle No 4 with 5
Completely Automatic-Ne Ctatrek toor Regulate: members present. Mrs J A Smith, 'td o. t8ad1 Dlckfns4 c1JW...a. vtti the foOewtar record ., coTemmental oiporlencot Florida ,.
Member Florida State Senate, former member s
Get Out of Order. chairman, presided. Mrs Williams Borneo ., XepreeenUUToe: former County Attorner, formerGeorge
gave the devotional from Matthew A. Downs .. rroeocnttar Attorner. Veteran World War n. .....Ua and

From Shallow to Deep in jut a Miaule 1. 2531-46. Subject: When the Son of Bur 1rc4rlx n orereeas Ofsirlrt of service Colombia officer and American and enlisted Bar wan Associations Member? Florida. I

SoLD man shall come in his glory, verse Tab .. yew fl AND SERVICED BYLITTLETON n
31, and 32, and before him shall John 11. JlcCuty him, help him. aad ask you friends and relative to d. !nowise.im .

WELL DRILLERS be, gathered all nation: and readon 'J J.kCotTf7 Ii Nobody But The People Are For Beher
through verse 46 lor. good
Paid Tot Adr. by Campaign Treasurer
understanding. The heart of this
PHONE IiU.3-6961, MADISON FLORIDA
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message Is: all Christians should I
do Giant Jumbo Hamburgers InGill NATIONAL FHA WEEK, this week is to. send greeting cardsto
as mud spiritual work as
;,...,j. 'W... .: >> bun 40c.WHITE APRIL '3* ;:t: ( Madison County Memorial
they can to win souls for the Lord. I
Saws Gets NatMtai Hmr Hostess served cake and cream, TOP DRIVE-IN i Hospital to be placed on the
patients tra .
In
nuts and coffee.: I '
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Daring National FHAV'tek, Bonnie Ben jL s
SHARPENED AND SET. The Suwannee Regional Library BWS circle met with Mrs L C TO HAVE NEW HOME Homemakers of America are striving ReporterMiss $r .

Work Guaranteed was one of ,ten selected for the Bruner \\1tb..13 present. Mrs Frank -f, "'_' ., .L 1.:.' -
to make 'our homes schools,
and done by machinery $ Dorothy Canfleld Fisher Davis and Mrs E B Browning gave fWort .
... has begun on Mr and communities better in
and a place Rosa Mable Waring a fresh
award, and is the only one in the the program on missions and
ELBERT EDWARDS South to qualify. The award Is' Mrs Bud Sanderson's new home .which to live. AU chapters are man at Valdosta State College'had

PERRY, FLA. made annually by the Book-of-the prayer. 011 the Quitman Road one mile working toward four objectives: as guests at a week,end ,house partyat

Call W. c. RUTHERFORD, HU Month Club. Mrs Davit gathe Home north of Hadison. The home, will 1. To develop our potential abili her home here with her parents.

3-2578 Madison, Fla. for Information: The award was made Sunday at Mission program and Mrs BrownIng be of concrete structure with five ties. Mr and Mrs Ben S Waring. Miss

and deliveryALMAR tho library headquarters in Live gave the Foreign Mission: pro rooms; kitchen: and bath and all Becky Brinson of Mouttrie Miss
2. To develop a better understanding
Oak with Dr Frank Slaughter gram Hostess served cake and Ann Powell of Valdosta and Miss
modem conveniences. ,
Jacksonville physician and coffee. of our family members and Judy Hammond of Atlanta college

making the presentation. ) author'j I II to contribute to their well-living. friends. _'

ALEX ALEXANDERSON ston Rogers, chairman of the At the' Methodist Woman's 3. To interpret the value of Home OOC: : ::::>oC7GOaC:: : : :::)a
el library board and president of Smith-Corona adding I Society .meeting Monday Mrs Economics as.a basic part of
Almar Alex Alexanderson age the trustee section of the Florida Tires
toward StudstiU announced a our total eduction. Goodyear $12.95
died at his home there the I
61 of Mayo, Library Association accepted
Machines typewritersand good offering from the Circles onthe 4. To promote good will through
March 31. He was born In Sweden award on behalf of the Suwannee I 670 15 All-Weather tube-type
parsonage fund. Mrs Paul getting to know our neighborsat x ,
with River Regional Library. The occasion : -
served
and for twenty years home abroad. plus tax and recappable tire.
Touchton the and
cash gave a report on
the Merchant Marine. He had livedin marked the opening National registers.
District Conference held in QuincyIn The future Homemakers of
for the past twenty years, Library Week in the Suwanneearea.
Mayo Starch Mrs S A Smith Introduced Madison High School are workingto MESSER
where he was engaged in fanning I
Among those attending the pre TheEnterpriseRecorder the topic Town and Country, improve our school and com-
sister '
survivor is one "
His only Sweden. sentation ceremonies from here were I the new Spring study, and Mrs munity.: One project Is to plant Battery & Tire CO4ooooo
in Gottenburg,
living Dr and Mrs Marshall Hamilton Mr Touchton gave a talk on the work 1 more azaleas on the school grounds. .., .
Services were held Sunday after- and Mrs Van H Priest. Mrs R L
or the rural deaconesses. Another project to be carried out boa
=: '
noon at the graveside in Wayfair Milllnor, Mr and Mrs Al Hofflandcr I --- ----
cemetery near Mayo, with Rev Mr and Mrs Bob Lay. Miss Jose-

Wilbur Carter officiating. Inter- phine Beard, Miss Wanda Williams, fa

ment was In charge of T J Beggs Mrs Ruby Ulm. Miss Sandra Ulm.
and Mr and Mrs Bowers of Green-
Jr Funeral Home. ..

Active pallbearers were Frank- While A social hour was enjoyed by -. ,; '
lin Folsom, Lester Hart, Joe CookD the J'Uests1th Live Oak patronsas II .

P Morgan,. Herman boon and hosts. ..

R L Koon. .

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insurance 1 .
Are you peddling ." ':
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tandies w a. Swifch to Switches 7V; Go Efecfrfc
Easter
tranquilizers, shoes, or automobiles -

? Keep the public informed _
PANGBimN-S-BELLE CAMPSmith of valuable services / The way lodQQkan a
your / rr
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Drug Store with an inexpensive _

weekly ad in The E-R, saying a + 9 P .,

nice things about local folk? t
Funeral Services For
since 1865. _,. ,

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V. Bass -
Levy
Cwnty four t ir _

Funeral services for Levy V Bass. k ...... :

58, who died Friday. April 1st. in Gloria DcSole, speeding, $25 or ,
a Tampa hospital were held Mon, thirty days. Also, driving without i il -

day afternoon at the graveside in' license; defendant presented valid : .1 _-- r 1< '
San Pedro cemetery The Rev Dozier I' driver's license and case was disc -I
Snpp officiated and T J Beggs Jr
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missed. __ r.
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of
Funeral Home was In charge
Johnny Monroe Kirkland, im- .
arrangements j .'.., ",," ,
Active pallbearers included Messrs proper tag, $25 or ten days. 't'_ -V. .
!, Arthur SAVf W Ti $SlJ! .-- *: '< r" '
Ben Kelley L F KeU y. MUledge, DeLaughter and Chesterfield -- .
< ..
Buddy, Marvin Buck and Felt Bass Griffin, petit larceny. Par i Switch !o Electric Cooking' : .;.. __ .

toward Leslie, Howard Kelley and!I II I full restitution of checks In amountof and Water HtatmgJiwi ,' .

Jim Tutcn. $68, and sentence ordered with: _
Survivors include /his wife, two E! Tnere's no waiting'no th electric .
til tint t* tvitth fe ...,....Y. ii worry on range ."
I daughters two sons; one brother sisters held.Peter Branch, petit larceny.: As ; per S25 tiwsrj .lit ,iiitiUgfiii tea' of f icdh and water hater They operate qu and two
E Bass of Sarasota '
Mrs Douglas of; Tampa; and to Count 1. $50 or sixty day As tip rasp sad .ever letter risffttiae t to hetP lrou J live better electricali y. you..have ",
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P S Coggins of Jacksonville was being offered. '
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THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1960 :
\.pACE. TWELVE
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.;. FOR CONSTABLE .,N I
FOR SCHOOL BOARD .. ()(f() .
; Announcements *" N
Political DISTRICT FIVE
PoliticalRallies DISTRICT TWOI t ELECT :
The regular county political' an- -
I nouncements cost $10.00 and run respectfully announce that I To the voters of the 5th Constable 'W. BUSTER Need Help In
r until the election. They are to be am a candidate for School Board District oC R. ( )
Madison
Political rallies scheduled by the paid for with the insertion order,; District 2, Madison County, subject Florid County, i

Madison' County Democratic Execu- to this May 1960 Democratic pri : Preparing Your i
HANCOCK
JUDGE Ladies
and
FOR COUNTY Gentlemenreally .
live Committee are as follows: maries. My greatest interest In our

Cherry Lake, April 8. I respectfully announce that I I school system is for the best facilities appreciate the wonderful support Income Tax

Pinetta, April 14. am a candidate for County Judge' possible. Being a parent of !that you gave me when I was

Lee, April 21. ? of Madison County, subject to the three children In school gives me elected your Constable in 1936' /1

Greenville, April 28. Democratic primaries In Msy 1960.' much Interest id our 'local schools 1940. and 1944. I did not run forreelection ReturnsCall1?

Madison, April 30. If elected. I will serve all the i and Iou1d appreciate the opportunity In 1948.! Since that timeI

All: rallies are at 7:15 p m, except people to the best of my ability: to serve you. I earnestly have bad the pleasure of serving
and :
the Madison rally which Is with fairness to eti'tn'special the Town of Greenville as Mayor
I will solicit In the'coming
to none. your support
!
at 2:00 p m. Preceding the rallies, privilege vote andsupport election for two terms and also two terms
various" organizations will have re- greatly appreciate your as a member of the City Council
I Sincerely
I For the confidence placed in me by
freshments for sale. Sincerely R. W. (BOB) MILKER
.. (28-71) EDWIN L. (EDDIE) FLOWERSFOR you the good people of Greenville
and District No 5 I will always be
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER SUPERVISOR OF FOR SCHOOL BOARD very grateful I feel that my past
I DISTRICT FIVE REGISTRATION DISTRICT NO. 2 Ik
f' experience as a law enforcement
To the Democratic voters of
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDAI
officer qualifies me to perform the
Madison County: I wish to announce I respectfully announce that I ama
have discharged: duties to duties of Constable.
that I am a candidate for County candidate for the office of Super-: my Therefore I The Only fully qualified
the best of my abilities In an am asking you good people to elect
Commissioner, District Five, sub- visor of Registration of Madison I honest and economical candidate for
ject to the action of the Democratic County subject to the Democratic' progressive me your Constable of the 5th ,;.
war Our children's interests and
primaries In May. If elected, I primaries in May 1960. I promise I Constable District of Madison COMMISIONERAGRICULTURE
betterment have always been uppermost ..
pledge to support Madison County honest, conscientious and courteous In my mind and efforts 1 County for the next four years. If ;.

and the people therein as a whole service to all If you elect me to hereby solicit your vote and support elected I pledge 'you good, clean, OF I

to the best of my knowledge and this office. I earnestly solicit your In the May 1960 Democratic honest law enforcement My mottoIs
Ability. I earnestly solicit your vole vote and support
primaries for re-election as your to do unto others as I would
and support, for which I will altsays Sincerely,
,
School Board Member from District have them do unto me. S.cc.siM hn..e
be most grateful. W. B. (BAILEYvn"'N Two. .IIS''.... ...

CARY PHILLIPS Sincerely, Your true friend. Uft.," .I. F/.r11. sc.....
FOR SUPERVISOR OF M S (MIKE) LETCHWORTH i. S. Dfr. .. Aric.hreu. '
DUCAN
FOR SCHOOL BOARD REGISTRATION RUSS (Paid political adv't). .! Fb.M .

DISTRICT 4 .rlM Yfttrcn
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I respectfully announce that I Dear friends and fellow-citizens FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,.." M.( '
.... tMw-I ., ...n... ..me.
km a candidate for School Board, of Madison County: I "vvant'to thank I respectfully announce my candidacy DISTRICT THREE tt Ffcrifa Atrlc.lh. .

District 4, Madison County, Fla, each of you for your vote and sup for re-election as Sheriff of lop by

subject to the Democratic' primaries port and your wonderful cooperation Madison County Florida subject to I respectfully announce my candI- ea.f&Jea' % ...... .

in May, 1960. If you elect while serving as your Registration the Democratic primaries In May.It dacy for re-election as County Commissioner t-

toe to this office; I will conscientiously officer. T have endeavoredat has been a privilege and a plea- for another term, subjectto FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE -
sure to serve you In the past. Thanksfor the Democratic primaries In
serve the people of the all times to give you honest, THIRD CIRCUITTo

county to the beSt of*my ubillty efficient and courteous service. On If re-elected entrusting, I me will with endeavor the honor.to May. Thank you for the privilege: the citizens of the Third f HU 3-6910

and work for the best Interests of this record I earnestly solidt your give honest and efficient law en- of serving you during the past Judical Circuit of Florida:

the school children at all times.Thanking vote and support in the 1960 Hay forcement to the best of my ability! years. It Is my sincere wish you I hereby announce my candidacy

for all favors, re-election I solicit vote and re-elect me. so I can continue to the HU 3-2555
you 'past primary elections for earnestly your for nomination to offICe of Circuit -

tfben'I bad the privilege of serving. for Supervisor of Registration support In the coming election. serve you. I am most grateful for Judge of the Third Judicial

ypu six years on the School Board,: Sincerely, t Sincerely yours, your confidence, and assure you Circuit: of Florida, Group 1. I am .
S. 1L MOORE. that I will continue to all
and assuring you I will greatly appreciate ARTHUR E RAGANS serve well qualified, having practiced law
vote and support I the people of Madison County In to Madison County has the
: ,your FOR SCHOOL BOARD for 30 years,, am admitted prac-
am FOR COUNTY' COMMISSIONER DISTRICT FOUR an honest efficient and courteous tice In the U S Supreme Court the reputation of having a good

III 1tf1, Yery sincerely yours manner as always. Your 'vote and Federal Courts of Florida and the County Court, Keep this good

,, ., ; S ,,a SAPP DISTRICT THREEI X respectfully a io nee my candidacy support will be greatly appreciated. Filth Circuit Court of Appeals. I
reputation by Voting For, and
I. for' re-election to the School Sincerely, have proscuted and defended. I.
R' CONSTABLE DISTRICT' 5 respectfully announce that I ama Board from District 4, Madison GROVER C CONE rvlce' Be-electing a man that has
Commissioner am a Protestant an ex-s man,
candidate for County
County, Florida, subject to the
1' respectfully announce that X ama District 3, Madison County, Democratic primaries In May I960. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER former City Attorney of the Cityof proven himself qualified in

candidate for Constable, District Fla, subject to the Democratic I have given conscientious service DISTRICT ONEI Lake City, Florida past President every respect for the many

5, Madison County, Fla, subject to primaries in May, 1960. I have In the long-term interest of education of the Lake City Bar Association legal duties Of this important

the Democratic primaries in May lived all my life (In District 3, and welfare of the people] of respectfully announce my candidacy and am presently a memberof office. .

I960. If you elect me to the office have farmed all my life, and am this county. If re-elected, I shall for re-election as County the Board of Governors to the ...I

of Constable. I promise fair, faith- familiar with the needs and problems continue to give such service. It is Commissioner In District One for Florida Bar. I was born and raisedin VOTE FOR

ful, impartial and honest administration -' of our district and county. If with deep appreciation for the another term subject to the Democratic Columbia County, Florida, and

of the law to the best of ycu I will elect cooperate me your with Commissioner the other, courtesies and friendliness! that you primaries to May, I have given have spent my entire life in the Curtis D. Earp
the people have given me that I faithful and honest service: to Madison -
my ability. I have had four years Commissioners for the best interests Third Judicial Circuit oof Florida.I .
seek re-election to this office. Your
County and will continue to COUNTY JUDGE
of law enforcement experience with of Madison County. I married Lassie Goodbread also a
vote and will be deeply
support ap
the Town of Greenville and feel earnestly solicit your vote and sup- do so if re-elected. It has been a native of Columbia County. All (Paid Political Adv't)

that I am qualified to serve the: port and promise fair and equal predated.Sincerely, pleasure to sent the good people of my schooling has been in the DINNER PARTY COMPLIMENTS

people of the 5th District in this: treatment for everybody.Very \v. 1L (BILLY) BAILEY, JR. of this county and I will continueto Florida schools. I BETROTHED COUPLE

important office, and will greatly sincerely yours, work In harmony \\ith'the other I believe I know your problems I ,
::1 WILBURN T. DAVIS. FOR COUNTY JUDGE and promise if elected to do i
appreciate your vote and support. Commissioners for what is best for my Judge and Mrs R H Rowe and Mr

Sincerely. COUNTY COMMISSIONER Madison County. Your vote and best to make you an able fair and and Mrs Randell H Rowe Jr. were
FOR considerate and I solicit :
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERSOF judge your
***> 3 D BISHOP I support will be greatly appreciated. hosts at a buffet dinner Thursday
I DISTRICT THREE MADISON COUNTY: Sincerely, vote and support evening at the home of Judge and
A. K. BLACK
FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 8 I respectfully announce that I ama WILBUR G. RUTHERFORD Mrs Rowe, honoring William Turner
I that I
respectfully announce
candidate for re-election as FOR JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE Beggs and his fiancee Miss Barbara
I am a candidate for County Commissioner Judge of ;Madison County.Florida .
County ASSESSORI Naughton Included in the
I respectfully announce that I FOR TAX DIST 5, MADISON COUNTY, FLAI twenty-
candidate for Constable of Madison County, subject to the Democratic one guests were Mr and Mrs F E
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am a
District Three, subject to the primaries In May 1960. I promiseyou Naughton and Mr and Mrs T J
that I
District 8, Madison County, Fla: respectfully announce respectfully announce my candi-
If I re-elected to this
action of the Democratic primaries that am Beggs Jr, parents of the honorees.
subject the Democratic I am a candidate for Tax Assessorof dacy for re-election as Justice of
to primaries important office IiU con-
in May. I promise faithful, Miss Ethel Rowe and Mrs Turner
In May 1960. If elected to this conscientious senice if you chooseme tinue to render the highest type Madison County Florida, subject the Peace,. District 5, Madison Davis assisted the hosts with receiving -

position I will be on call 24 hours for this important office, andI service to all of the people.I to the Democratic primariesIn i County, Fla, subject to the Democratic and entertaining.

a day, and render fair and Im- earnestly solicit your /vote and will deeply appreciate your vote May, I960. If elected to this primaries In May 1960. If reelected Decorations in the rooms were

partial law-enforcement service to \ be and support position, I will discharge the dutiesof I will continue to serve the spring flowers. A silver epergne
for which I 5haller *
the 'people of the district' I111 support Sincerely yours the office to the best of my people courteously, fairly, and 1mpart1ally holding white azaleas and white

greatly appreciate your vote and grateful CURTIS. D. EARP ability and with fairness and Justice ; to the best of my ability. candles in silver candelabra centeredthe

support. Very sincerely. Sincerely County Judge to alt I will greatly appreciate II will greatly appreciate your vote buffet table that was covered
LAMAR ANDREWS with a cutwork cloth over pink
ROBERT D' WALKER FOR TAX COLLECTORI your vote and support. and support
satin. Place cards in bridal design
COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER respectfully announce that I ama Very sincerely yours Sincerely, marked the places for the guestsat
FOR HENRY DICKINSON A L (ROOSTER) LEGGETT/ SR
DISTRICT ONE i candidate for the office of Tax card tables throughout the rooms.
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*" I respectfully announce that. I DISTRICT FIVE Collector of )ladiIo County, subject A three course' menu was served.

am a candidate for County Commissioner I respectfully announce that I to the Democratic primaries In SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI BIRTHDAY PARTY The hosts present their honorees

District One Madison am a candidate for the office of May 1960. If elected to this officeI Lamar Roy Jr celebrated his with a sliver bowl. .

Commissioner, District 5, shall In return serve you courage- respectfully announce that I ,
County, subject to the action of the County the sixth birthday with a party at
Democratic primaries in May. If of Madison County, subject to the best outly possible and fairly sen-ice.by With rendering profound am a candidate for Supervisor oflegislation the Playhouse Kindergarten Fri- Joseph Bird was on a business

elected, I promise faithful, honest Democratic primaries In May, 1960.I ( appreciation and friendliness to. all, of :Madison County, day. The Kindergarten kiddies trip to Clearwater Friday and Saturday -

conscientious performance of the promise honest, conscientious and I humbly solicit your vote and Fla, subject to the Democratic pri- were the guests and Mrs Frances of last week. 4
duties of the office, with fair treat courteous service to the best of my maries in May, I960. I promise the -x- .
support assisted Sirs with
Sanders Roy
ment for the people of the countyas : Mrs T C Coody. Mrs J 0 Wade,
ability to all if you elect me to Sincerely, faithful, conscientious service If you
a whole and I earnestly solicit Barnes and serving. Mrs Waring Wyche and Mrs H D
your co-operation and vote and this office. I earnestly solicit yi'ir J. LUKE) HUTTO.FOR choose me for this important office, Tbe beautiful ranch type birthday Oxford were visitors In Jackson-

support, for which I. shall alwaysbe vote and support. COUNTY COMMISSIONER and i earnestly solicit your vote cake was decorated with vUle. Friday.

most gratefulSincerely. Sincerely, DISTRICT FIVEI and support, for which I shall ever horses, cactus and a covered '
F T (Tebo) Webb be grateful. wagon and was lettered with VOTE FOR -

.. MARVIN E. BASS COLLECTORWith respectfully announce that I ama Sincerely, Happy Birthday Lamar. Favors AND ELECT
FOR TAX
candidate for re-election to the MRS LUCY GARDNER were balloons horns candy cigar

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE humble thanks and appreciation Board of County Commissioners, FOR SHERIFF ettes and suckers. Cake ice cream WILBURN T. DAVIS

I respectfully announce that I am for the past support and I District 5, Madison Co unty. Fla I respectfully announce that I and cold drinks were served.
candidate for State Representativefrom courtesies I respectfully announce subject to the Democratic primaries
a I ..
received nice gifts. FOR
Lamar -
am a candidate: for Sheriff of Madi- many -
Madison County, subject to my candidacy for reelection to: la May. I appreciate the
this
County. If elect to
the Democratic primaries In May office of Madison County Tax I courtesies and confidence you nave son you me COUNTY COMMISSIONER
office I honest
Important pledge
1960. If elect me to this position the In the and If re- I
you Collector subject to May Primaries given me past law .
impartial efficient
,
courteous
I111 serve all of Madison elected I will continue to serveyou District Three
,
1960. I promise a continuation I
i enforcement: Please Join me In this RECORDS !
County unselfishly and without to the best of ability. t
my
of effort to render you the i campaign for a better Madison
who time
A qualified man has
special favors to anyone. I earnestly Sincerely.COLEMAN ) .
courteous service 'County In which to live and rear
' jolicit. your Sincerely vote and, support best possible.and most I RICHARDSON 'our children. I will appreciate yourvote RECORDS for the job!

r?' CONSTABLE and support (Paid Political Adv't?.
,Plf. GEORGE W. ,JEWELL JR. Cordially, CANDIDATE FOR

I PAT MILLINOR 5th DISTRICT Sincerely RECORDS -
FLORIDA BILL MACK HENDRY When baying :
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE FOR COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR MADISON COUNTY, your 4
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
: I respectfully announce that I candidacy Visit your One-Stop "Pop"
t I respectfully announce my DISTRICT NO. 5 E-R from
:,'t am a candidate for State Rtpre- I respectfully announce my candidacy for re-election as constable MADISON COUNTY FLORIDAI i I and LP Record Shop today Newsboys

teetative from Madison' County for re-election as County Tax District 5, Madison County. (Greenville respectfully announce that I am

:,,, subject to the Democratic primaries Asseaor for another term, subjectto ) Florida. If re-elected I wffl candidate for Justice of the Peace Please DO NOT park In the

I kr .la May, 1960. If you elect me to the Democratic Primaries to continue to give the people of .District District No. 5. Madison County. WIEs". street and make your newsboy run

t'\, this position, I ''will serve you May. I prombehoneSt.'aDd faithful 5 the fair and'impartial" FUu subject to the Democratic primaries fi out into the street to make a sale.!

t honestly soberly, and capably to all In the past, always same the to Kay I960. If elected X Kindly: pull over to the curb.
: service to as ,; law enforcement as X the
serve people
;,1':A the best of ability. I win greatappreciate trust the
my mindful of the
It being past Your vote fa the forth comtef Impartially, and to the best of roily to STAY OUT of the streets, and
!' ", .iy yoar"""-vote, rind sup office holds. Your vote and support May Primaries wffl be greatly appreciated. ability. Your vote and support wiD 404 K" E Hancock St. we will appreciate your co-eperat-

port. will be appcrc'lated.Sincerely "" be greatly appreciated. Phone HU 3-S82T luC with us AND TREK 2w

. Sincerely ALBERT 0 SBTRUNKCocstaVle Sincerely you rs THEIR: SAFETT. Thai you very

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Mige Delle Green Following Too Closely ATTEND MYERS-KALIN- ;> CANDIDATES-Don't be tooconservative Ii
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WEDDING
..._ about proclaiming ',,
JIM TONEY HOMES -
I your\ virtues in an E-R ad. Re.
Causes Most Accidents!! Mrs II Kramer and Mrs Wanlkuv member opponents '
your arp
BUILDERS OF OWNER COMPLETED HOMES Brinson wept to Tallahassee Sunday

.. FRAME\ OR BLOCK CONSTRUCTION to attend the wedding of Miss not likely to say many; good ;,

TALLAHASSEE Je It might Sarah Ruth Mjers and Dr Herbert things about you. ,.
NOTHING DOWNBUILT prove beneficial otherwise, reports Stanley KaHn which took place at

r of the Florida Highway Patrol show seven o'clock in the evening In Giant Jumbo Hamburgers iix '
ON YOUR OWN LOT! that it doesn't pay to be too neighborly Temple Israel, with Rabbi' A M /
on the highways. Granison officiating. A reception 6-in bun 40c.WHITE fJl1 It''
2 OR 3 BEDROOM\ MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM\ Folks got too close to each otherIn followed. TOP DRIVE-IN '1
their autos over 22 thousand Tie bride is the daughter of Mr
and Inside Finish Materials
Plumbing, Wiring and Mrs Hyman Myers of Tallahassee :
times last year and wound
Available at Small Additional Charge! up :1:1GO
Kalin's
with an accident not friendship on and Dr parents are Mr
LWe r : Win Build, to Your Plans and Specifications; their hands find Mrs Joseph Karin of Quitman.i
The patrol's annual report shows Dr Kahn an optometrist has a BY KELLY'SFOR

f T MONTHLY, PAYMENTS AS LOW AS -.1 that more people were involved in part-time office in Madison.
traffic mishaps by following too
2 Bedroom, 24' x 24' V>:..'.x.: :.-.-.'.'"..;:*':-<..., $33.00 Mo. ; / closely than for any other single YOUR WATCH REPAIRING

2 Bedroom, 24' x 28' ....'...:.>....'.-.T..Z.: $36.40 Mo. cause-even speed. Courteous Service

34' .. .... .. ... $46.00 Mo..COMPARE The next in line was speed which G-E Appliances Outstanding Values .
;3 Bedroom, 24' x '......4: : T: : accounted for 19311 Occidents. Come In and See Us f'

THE REST THEN BUY THE BEST! ;I I Making improper turns caused Howerton Supply Co. KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP. :.
13,000 crashes and 11,000 failed to MADISON
CALL COLLECT DISTRICT OFFICE grant ridJtot.ay.TALLAHASSEEYm.

The family of Miss Mige Delle, held a 3-
TONEY BUILDERS Inc. Green are announcing her Cngage.i to-i margin ow"Omm In the number -
ment to Fulton M. Crews. wed << involved in highway accidents

P. O. Box 641 -- Lake City ding will take place in the .Firs lat year in Florida. .
Phone 1164-M Baptist Church Jacksonville, June The total was 158,203 men against THE :YIELD IS UP .0*
43.494'Omm drivers. SAVING AT
3rd at 8:00 P. M. ,
BRANCH OFFICES- Miss Green is the youngest The age bracket most dangerousfor .

Bellvue P. 0. Box 511 -- Call 1 Ocala Cherry 6-38U daughter of the late Mr and Mrs B the people behind the wheel VALDOSTA FEDERAL

'yid P. 0. Box 368 Call HO 8-2781 I Green of Madison. She graduatedfrom started at 25 and extended through .
.f1< .
Madison High School after **. ANNOUNCING- ; '
WE BUILD ANYWHERE -- NO TRAVEL CHARGE. which she attended Jones Business In that group 83.900 drivers o'
College In Jacksonville She is now' were involved in accidents with the ) "
CREDITORS
.-,. NOTICE TO Easter Seals employed with the American Heritage 25-34 years of age bracket leading .'
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,4 with 41,349TedtL ,
---r, Florida StatutesIN Insurance Company in that city
THE COURT OF THE COUNTY i Mr Crews is the son of the late TALLAIIASSEIt seems to be
MADISON COUNTY, Mr and Mrs Hampton M Crewsof : air old, old story: People pick the
JUDGE Have been the victim of
you ever Folkston stralght-of-wajr to cut a shine on
FLORID A'. IN PROBATE. disease accident Georgia. He graduated
of P. M. Dawson, a crippling or from Andrew Jackson High School the accelerator, and death waits
In re: Estate Even U you have been fortunate there .
and Jacksonville University of Jack- most.

Deceased.TO ALL. CREDITORS AND PER- enough have to escape relatives such, a friends fate, you or, sonville. He is presently employed in In its annual report on traffic

SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS may have been less' the Printing Department of the city behavior, the Florida Highway Patrol )
who
neighbors may
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: of Jacksonville. said that: 10-1,206 accidents
for
available
hereby: fortunate. Help is happened on straight and level ;tirt t I A
You and each of you are through physical
these people
I Mary Eileen Winter, of Ocala highways last year. 1.
notified and required to present any
'therapy, and the Easter Seal Campaign %
was the week end guest of her j
claims and demands which you, or finances the rehabilitation of
the grandparent,- Mr and" Mrs T J
have
either of against
you may the Madison County patients. Mrs. W P Knight of Americus, *
estate of P. ,M. Dawson, deceased drive usedto Beggs Jr. iECaVE EARN FROM THE FIRST
the Proceeds from the are -X" Ga, was the guest for several daysof FUNDS BY 10th
t late of said County, to
the Easter 'Seal Therapy
operate returned from Mrs B.C Home, and was one of
J W Gibson has
a Judge of Madison County, OFFICE HOURS -
County Center In Tallahassee, and the .... .
the
hostesses at the tea Saturdayat ,
Florida at his office In the court spending some time at Hot Springs.Ark.
monthly) visit of the Mobile Therapy his the{Woman's dub honoring Mrs MON TUES. WEf-FRI 9 AM .TO loPM\.* '
house of said County at Madison, He bad as guests Friday -- :

Florida within eight calendar ,physical Unit to therapy Madison, many County.persons Through who mother Mrs J W Gibson Sr. and FarrIS Bryant. THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS _' 9 AltJQ 13 NOON j
months from the time 'of the first other relatives of Sneads. :-- .
would be otherwise bedridden, are -s- ""
notice. Each ..
publication of this returned a useful life. Any resident The New
to .
Mist 1 W
writing
claim or demand shall be In of Madison County, who has Mary Ruth Kramer, a stud.
and' shall state the ''place of the ant at the University of Georgia
been 'crippled, no matter what
residence and post office addressof Goodyear was elected vice president of HlUel
and who be helped by
cause, can ,
the claimant, and shall be sworn treatment Is eligible. The TIRFSTract.rstock organization of the College recently.
therapy
.to oy the claimant, his agent 'or his only requirement is that the pa She Is the daughter bf Mr and Mrs
attorney, and any such claim or II Kramer.
recommended a
be through
ticnt
shall be void.
demand not so filed -x:-
licensed physician. Large priced rightBallery
HUTCI1ERSON,
AMANDA
Robert West registered physical Saving .& Loan Association
Mr
:As Administratrix of the estate Mrs Edith Bevan of Tallahasseewas
of P M Dawson deceased. therapist, visits Madison every'ourth Messer the week end visitor with her 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA.
April 8th, 1960. Monday and gives these patients parents. Dr and Mrs R Watson
publication
First Instructionsthat The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small
physical therapy and was an out-of-town guest at
can toe carried out at home. A & Tire Co. the tea Saturday honoring. Mrs Enough To Know You
Slight Charge volunteer member of the Madison Yarns Bryant.

L JunorVoman'! Club assists Mr .
West with the patients There are --
Air Coe&tioolac- rfttam wtfejt*"rd.r- See Th.Dinah Shcr Ctwvy Show In color Sundays.NBC-TV-
1 A slight charge Is made for: no fees for treatment, but If the sac aO-wwiW CMbfart.Get a 4rooei j Uo.l tk.Pat BOOM Okrry Skowroom wwUy,:ABC-TV. :.
j h, NOTICES patient is financially able and wishes
(regardless of sponsor) to: do, he may make a contributionto ,

ALL NOTICES OF MONEY. the therapy center. '
RAISING PROJECTS It is the aim of the Easter Seal ,.

(regardless of sponsor) sodety, and the Madison Junior r 1 .
Woman's Club to reach more disabled
ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE
Countlans, and help
Madison
ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY ..
This goal 1 .
KIND In their rehabilitation.
(regardless of organization) can be reached only by the help
l and cooperation of the citizens of ,
Prices are reasonable. Rising pro Madison County. Buy and use Eas- -r
duction costs force us to omit ALL YNV
disabled you
ter Seals-the person
'REE ADVERTISING. YOU.SCHWINN .
help could be
ALL ENTERTAINMENTTO

give 'em your sales pitch call BICYCLES ,
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and say, TAKE AN AD, PLEASE! HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. .. : -..

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NO MONEY DOWN __ CHECK THESE I .'. ir'CHEVY'!' YOUCANT the majority of Chevrolet mode-Gt
and Vffs together t for less than
5 5 SILLS, NOT 3 comparable models of other lowpricedcan.

No. 1 FLOORING, NOT No. 2 But the price tag alone is only

No. 1 SIDING NOT No. 22x8 one of a whole raft of reasons a

FLOOR JOISTS, NOT 2x6 1- i. BUY ANY Chevy does better by your doll ars.,
TERMITE SHIELDS .. > ,
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CREOSOTE ALL SILLS and FLOOR JOISTS ,,: ride, or the fine, finished workmanship
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t: SAME PRICE AS OTHERS THAT USE No. 2 MATERIAL outs l Body by Fisher.That even appliesto

AND THREE SILLS CAR FOR LESS some ears that cost*lot more. ou're:
up in the higher price brackets before
t you find a car that move aa quietly aa a
t During April we will install Aluminum Awning Windows Chevrolet or offers the inner space that
S Chevrolet does. I
t /; 4_" at No Sxtra Cost Or look at the extra Chevy give you
UNLESS IT'S A -at no extra cod-that other*in it*clasa
t: ,- Up To :1Ntr ears To Pay : can't offer: at any price.Shock-cushioned
.\. steering.Safety Plaft Glass In every win
't .... REMODEL AND ADDITIONS ...v dow Keyless locking of til doors. rankS -

operated vent"!windows... Chevrolet offer
:L Get prices and specifications, from the rest Then you the widest choice of power team,, too.

f: will buy from Sparks Best LOT LESS CAR!I Drive have Chevy a tough just once.You'll time.. t ca rouraettlingforanythingleas.

Fl Our Satisfied customers are our GREATEST rise '.

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THE ENTETJTJSEJIECORDER, MADISON FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1060 .

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-DOG VACCINATION CLINICS .

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mor
y On the indicated dates and at the following p1aM; :

'LAUNDRY PAIR in Madison County, Dr. J. A. Davis, veterinarian, wfti :;t
vaccinate dogs and other pets against rabies. The charge ;
for this vaccination is $1,50 per animal. -fl
jtsETtIGIDAtFtE:
ALL DOGS THREE MONTHS: OF AGE OR OLDER -
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SMART GREENVILLE, City Hall Saturday, April 16th,' '.

,'ea;: 9to11A.M. ;
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LEE;, Whitty's Store Monday, April 18th, -
8to9:30A.1t. '.I!

HOPPER PINETTA. Post Office Monday, April. 18th, .

Ti : 0 . .19. to.12 ,A 31. 1):*.

CHERRY LAKE,' Cross Roads Thursday, April 21st,
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', ',. TIME CITY OF MADISON, City Hall-Thursday, April 21st, :
1 to 4 P. M. '

F' /-, BE SURE TO SEE TIlE ONLY It is urged, that all dogs, cats, and other household ;
pets be vaccinated against rabies, in order to prevent

I.!!!.'... .,/- .j ". Pull and Clean Oven spread of the disease, and to protect humans from rabies.

CHARLES L, MATTES, M. D., Director

TRICIIAIRE' RATE* Ht.'1' W.shtr'WRINKLEMW ; t" ; "IT TALKS FOR ITSELF' : DONALD EADS, Sanitarian

MADISON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

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Now makes wash and wear fashions truly' ;; .. the Year Award. 47
automatic, mon+ .worfc-icrriafl" find. tim+tmjng! too., j,,.' Jaycees Hold A Distinguished Service Award

..f. .... for 1953 was given to Frank
I; i'.I f a- ( '<," Awards Banquet Graham by Alex H Smith for his
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I vice Award was awarded by Ben-
: : The Madison Junior Chamber of Pfeil to President Joe Stafford In
= i.C: I tke it WIth7O Commerce held their annual I recognition of his untiring attention
R i ) I Awards Banquet at the Madison and devotion to his many
I.kiMOVE Restaurant last Saturday night. A I duties as President of the Madison
delicious buffet dinner, planned by Club during the past year. PresIdent
'. Oris McNeal was enjoyed by the Stafford has led the Club
--- : G> Jaycees and their wives and guests. during ,the past year. President
j After a pleasant social gathering Stafford has led the Club to its

preceding the banquet, Jaycee present high level of public service
J ww_ s President Joe Stafford welcomed through the promulgation of a

NwP.G1PAtE: ,' t ; everyone, and Ben Davis, candidate point ,system designed to treate-
; ; for State President of the jnterest 'and achievement in the
f i f'r::,. IISIIWAIIEI ( Jaycees, led the group in the Jay- members.cfbf the club., and by his
"' 0.'... f' + cee Creed. installation of an efficient systemof

it tl. \ I :! QI;. Following the Invocation by operating procedure. The presentation
si .. -J $269../ James Aloncricf and dinner the; of this cherished award
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;r -' T "% were recognized to President Joe .Stafford was the I
....: .. ; : 1"" ........ i+ Sale of Frostproof Two fu11-width shelves for bottles : by V-P Robert Andrews. Joe climax 'of- the Banquet and the
... ".t'J i.fi'. .d a short aDd tall Stafford introduced the newly members and guests were then
Cot up one rooming, 'twas a nip In And just think Madam, that ain't elected officers for next year who entertained by dancing until later
the air aUu! anAshJey Bcggs, President; In the evening. ,
95 i Made up my mind to sell a Frigr Look at this freezer with the toe- Randell Rowe, First V-P; Charlie R H Rowe. Jr Reporter.
dalre control Quick, Second V-P; Richard Brockmanj ifs
I/ Went to the store lickety-iplit, .Magnetic door seals keep out*the Secretary; Jimmy Davis, '
$1 Y.r t"
cold W" NEW H D CLUB FORMED
nice made hU.K .
Teeing just Fd a Treasurer Hendry
3 tK '"i, Two rollout baskets, ain't 'that ; Hybert State %
Director; C T McWilllams. Jr,
The very first customer I saw there nifty? Rocky Springs- The Hamburg and
m Was a big, jolly woman with grey Food capacity Is one hundred fifty. Director; Luther Roth, Director; Rocky Springs Clubs have merged
p,,. Ing hair. ,Four Ice-ejector trays for instant Gordon Ashley, Director; Robert their memberships to fQrm a better,
She said "Sonny, show me a box." kre, Andrews, Director. stronger club.
I said, Madam, you better dig for Just flip up the handle, that's so Hybert Hendry outlined the accomplishments They have named the new club
.! .. jour socks nice. and major projects Hamrock with Mrs Monte Vickersthe
The tag on this one runs mighty Il'fc FROSTPROOF cold, no defrost- undertaken by the Chapter during newly elected president. Mrs
J R Martin vice-president MrsJ
high. ing neroI"1tI
the past These projects were
f But 111 tell you lady there's more telling you lady, that means year. H Calhoun secretary-treasurer and
in the interest of community service -
than meets the never" Mrs 'VV Catledge, council dele-
l eye. She looked at me and let out a yell, and Jaycee Hendry complimented gate.Members
Come on over and take a good peep "You mean no defrosting ever no the members of the Club of the Rocky Springs
Just look at those shelves so wide mop, no pail?" for their aggressive activity and WSCS have been holding a series
T FREE GIFTS WITH EACH and deep. unlimited interest in civic affairs. of meetings at the church to com-
They'll pull out, too, an but one. I said Nfadam.00 can take my Jaycee Ben Davis introduced plete Luke's Portrait of Christ, their
PURCHASE and GREEN Try it, lady, ain't that fun? word!n! C Hayes" Manager of the Owens- second study course of the year.
Stamps during this Sale And here's another feature you've Illinois Company of Clyattville, Mrs Reggie Johnson is their leader.'
They're aluminum rod shelves, never never heard who made a contribution to the '
t i FREE WASHER DEMON- will rust ni tell you about it since you're Junior Chamber of Commerce in I' Mr and :Mrs P W Stokes have as
bone the wiser their guest for several weeks, Mrs
STRATIONS at your conven- And a porcelain hydrator, it's a behalf of his
+- .. must ., This thing's run on a meter-miser." company. i Stokes' mother., Mrs Jones of
Ibnce.er A special award was made to .
Folkston, Go.Easter
: A porcelain meat-tender that holds
P Expectant Mothers and a-plenty ": Tin already sold she said Trice Jaycee Charlie Quick by Ashley
Two sliding egg-trays, they hold doesn't count, Beggs In recognition of Charlie's
Kothersvfth Chfldfen-seeing twenty. Hurry and tell me. Sonny, what's having won a recent Jaycee popu- CandiesPANGBURN'S *
the amount?" larity contest. As winner of this
| believing-so SEE, the -
s BELLE CAMP
And now, my lady,just look on the Tm glad you put quality, I said award, Charlie was crowned King -
WASHER with the SOAK door, ,*. "ahead of expense.
v and with
Ugly, presented appropriate
CYCLE. See how dean your A picture-window hydrator, andwhat's The price Is cents.six "ninety-nine andJ11net.rke gifts in keeping with the Smith Drug Store''

clothes can get. A butter-conditioner more keeps honor bestowed upon him. Ashley
-EmIly M. Roche
also presented lapel buttons for
butter dandy, Mrs. Roche is the wife of Weldon Land Deals
Another compartment keeps' kft- Roche, wen-known Port St. Joe longevity of service with the Jaycees
oven handy. Friddaire dealer) to Tommy Livingston, Alex -
II Smith, and Ben Pfeil. Another Grace J Webb admx* to J H
award, the Jaycee SPOKE' Award, MathLs 30 acres I in SE r 4 of SW4!
was presented to Ai hot(lander Sec 34, Tp 1 S, R 10 E.
K NG.StZ by Randall Rowe.' Jr. This coveted J A Cruce to C P Kelly option
WI award had been received only twice' on Sec 1, Tp 2 S, R 8 B, 640

/ ALLOWANCES before, and Jaycee Hofflander received .
/ / ; it in recognition of his compliance acres.W P Gnunling and wife, Leon
> with the stringent require-Glen Gramling and wife, and Sarah
ments for this award. Among the i I Beth Miller and husband to Hill-
:H _i 4, 1 many outstanding accomplishments: ,bern Zipperer and wife, 90.97
of Mr Hofflander may be mentioned acres In Sees 17 and 26, Tp. 2 N, -
I : SENS4nQNAL his service as Instructor of R 10 E. ....._
.;- I FRIGIDAIRE"TRADE i
,( a Federal Income Taxation Course DaIV Burnett to Sadie C Bur
'... Now ON SAVINGS offered to the public free of nett, 170 ft x 100 ft x 158 ft X 100
T; NEWEST charge by true Junior Chamber of; ft in SWtt of NWtt Sec 21, Tp "
II' SNFER Commerce, and his leadership in 1NR7E.
w SAVE"FREEZER MODELS organizing and conducting an James F Deese and wife, Bessie
eeonemic sUlof Madison County.|I Ann Underwood and husband and
r' Buddy Lundy presented the Outstanding .I I Rebecca Mae Smith and !husband,
SALE Forestry Student Awardto and William E Deese and wife,
Daniel Bishop. This award was Carolyn D Williamson and husband
"; 3'a accompanied by a $25 U S Savings and Carrie B Kahl and husband
Bend donated by the St. Regis to Joseph C Smith, quitclaim
Piper Company. deeds to 60 acres in KWU.
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Joe Stafford presented to Jesse of See13Tp1SR9K
Cone the Outstanding Young Forester -
Wells Award which was accompaniedby .
Furniture EastersPANGBURN'SBELLE
Company *
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a $25 U S Savings Bond donated
: by the Groover Tractor Company. CAMP
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'Phone HU 3-2325./ *'Satisfiecl; Custoipers Since is2 .A Madison Florida i Griffin Bishop presented to '
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W. B. Davis Jr. WANTED: Experienced head ".au-I Goodyear Tires $12. t CAMP
ress for evening shift !
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: plus commission. Apply In person 11 670 x 15, Ail-Weather, tube-type SnilthllrugStoreJudge BY YQUQBQ: : 'SI

ACREAGE FARMS, at the CHUCK WAGON. plus tax and recappable tire.

BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL 31-lt ESTATES RESIDENTIAL .
APPRAISALS Curtis Earp was qualified

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE by 8 years of experienceIn I .M
Battery & IkeMESSER Co. NIXED'
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TITLE INSURANCE the Administration of Law ..
112 West Base Street he I .
before ever became County FERTILIZER
MADISON. FLORIDA ,
Phone HU 3-6277 Oak and Hickory Judge. For the best interest ofyour .

CANDIDATES Rent an addinj: county, help keep a qualified r

FOR SALE Legs I machine from to the total deer promises peepuL THE of E-R support : man in your County zT: t

,* Judge's office by Voting For : tJ
Quarter mile river frontage, ANY AMOUNT COMPLETE LINE DWOSKIN and Re-electing! J
large frame home. Ideal location #

for hunting and fishing lodge, 172 A. D. 2861JIL CIIrIISILEarP and ,

.acres.. land fenced. and cross fenced. 4f PHONE t
b 1 YOUR. COUNTY JUDGE DOUBLEBARRELED : -
30 acres land with nice '2 bedroom,II GREENVILLE; FLA.: (Paid Political AdVt) ;
1 bath .frame home; 2 large porches ,.
and carport, large double garage TALBOTT PAINTAND -- --- DIXIE -r

Price for quick Sale, $ ,600.
Giant Jumbo Hamburgers In 'NITROGENWATCH f

LOCINDY J. YARNER Wanted 6-in bun 40c.WHITE .

t POLES. PULPWOOD WALLPAPER CO.AT TOP DRIVE-IN
REALTOR ( SAW TIMBER
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across from or on CASTLE PARK FOR THEMI
SETZER'S SHOPPING CENTER See Us Before You Sell V ALDOSTAGA.- Saving Trading StampsPrinceton

OFFICE PHONE: HU 3-6848 Huxford PuJpwood Co. Dial CII 2-53&1 **. BSThey're r
NIGHTS & SUNDAYS
HU 3-6868 free parking '
N J-Tradinj heavily armed with fast. .
stamps
Phone_ Madison_ __ HU 3-6672 4 I'
f PaR SALE: High quality yearling or Write n J. D. ScruggsFORESTER are now 'saved by more than eight acting growpower and will produce I
heifers BOB LAWTON, Sampala BOX 31, PERRY, FLA. out of ten South Central area '
Lake Farm. Rt. 3. Greenville, Ha. families (83, per cent). They are
.Phone Madison HU 36860. TYPING BOOKKEEPINGDone REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. also being sa'ed.by nearly three BIG YIELDS

1 yt 32-St-ch in my home. Reasonable HU 3616MADISON. out of four families (74 percent) ,
rates. Will pick up and deliver.
FLA.
which h'a seven percent increaseover
Phone Tallahassee 2-3947 or write AND PROFITS
FOR SALE
1953 %
: ton Chevrolet
1958
In
I MRS. MARY E. McDOY 1$14 the number of farm
I pickup, good condition. See G V families saving trading stamps. .
Pepper Drive,"Tallahassee, F1orida.302td1
WHEELER, Phone HU 36723. GIRARDIN JEWELERSFor These figures were compiled in I

I '_ 31-lt-pd a nationwide study conducted by EVERYBODY SING DIJIE\ l

FOR SALE: 500 gallons of syrup.: .Netices: the Princeton, New Jersey researchfirm

EDGAR BLAIR, Rt 2, Madison, SILVER, CHINA CRYSTAL of Benson and Benson. The 111i f I ii P l' I J J J J J I 1 J J ) .I ;
I Florida. 30-2t-ch DIAMONDS. JEWELRY study showed that 77% of all US I
(A modest charge Is made for EXPERT REPADmGII" families are now saving trading 'rr-rrowr AjuM pact-tYl' iif YOU rAAIC 1r1t1I.DIX-D;: DO-IT Wit .
public notices in this column).
FOR SALE: My home 24! miles stamps an increase of 10% over
north of Madison, near Valdosta 1953. lr ) ] "
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highway. Ready to move in now. NATIONAL In Us study the research firm'ound al.TaTL lies Ct msuu.'I1u.u.w.: WZ.IS BIUND: f OR DCC-IE-
Five pecan trees. Foqr-inch welL: BRIDALSERVICE that homemakers with threeor

Nice shade trees. JESSE MOORE' four children were the most J .ll 11 ] JJ ) I
Pinetta, Fla. Phone HU 3-2304 enthusiastic savers Researchers
31.2t-ch repairing done by set "doctors" VALDOSTA GA.I pointed out that these women purchase LQ.. SIX Tilt CRASS CROW CUIM-Ut WflCC m DKX33CD WITH DtX-U.

more food in supermarkets,

Old-fashioned green cane for c 303 No. Patterson and thus acquired stamps rapidly. t.-J-LJ 1 ( Sli ; I-r J f 1

sale. F G GARY, 405 W Jordan St, They also found that only 16% of nt-zt NA.'IfDo m WUSD T1UT3 WADE IS WX-tt-tASO.: DtX-IE IAM\ IUZBtJ

Madison, Fla. 31-lt-pd Pat Millinor was a visitor In the persons polled were against
Columbia Tenn, last week to attend stamps, while 76% say they like ; J r i ITCr 1 4
BEFORE SELLING timber: -J--
your
the funeral of Mr W S Beasley. tamos.
or timber land please see me. We I Benson MXM NR DiY-1- A..... 'YOOTK KIV-SS SUM WCB COT-TOC OHO*.UXS
and Benson found that
are also interested in buying a I
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS women like stamps more than men

limited amount of pine-hardwood UI1 Jlf JI 1 "
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pulpwood delivered by truck to do. However, contrasted with the ;
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. We know how to diagnose your FOR MAJOR AP-" 19% of men who say they dislike lids or __. 'TWTK.Y-IA SCEH S CB tUUM or CWM lists

See write or 'call TVs Ills and cure 'em fast stamps, 71% gave stamps their approval.
L. P. GIBBON The 1939i survey also F J-.J-f-ff.H-J-J : d. j J r-
PLIANCES. WESTERN
Rt. 3, Madison. Florida QUITMAN showed that nearly half (48%) of
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 tOIl.MHt toot Bt UXtt. 10 K'1'. 1E9WT, THt BM MM6IK M0 OTMX
all U S families are saving S&II I
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house In TELEVISION SERVICE AUTO. Green Stamps specifically. G
Priest Subdivision, oak floors, ,
two baths. H B WINTENBURG.292tpd. 401 E Stevens St. ORANGE DESSERT CONTEST MI Mm. TDl SGT. Ts HC MMVT BAM or MX K

We Repair Mrs. Minnie HendersonMrs
Record-players-Automobile RadiosA IT'S DOUBLE BARRELED! Givesyour
FOR SALE: Nice home one block Mrs V Wetherington of Jasperwas
from Greenville High School J Few Choice SelectionsIN accompanied to Winter Haven crops two big protein-building shots of nitrate nitrogen-
B DAVIS phone HU 3-6601, USED TV SETS March 31 by Mrs EmaHne Carper Minnie Henderson, 81!. of timed to give you the fastest, lushest and steadiest growth.
Madison, Fla. 29-tf-ch PROMPT Work guaranteed satisfaction ter. Home Service Adviser for Miami, died early Friday morningat BARREL ;;1-STARTS FAST--Gets crops growing fet because
COURTEOUS SERVICE
its loaded with more 100% Nitrate Nitrogen than
Florida Power Corporation, toparticipate her home there. She WAS born
OUR WAY OF SAYING
FOR RENT: The R Mickler store an entire bag of soda.
THANK YOU in the State Orange in Lake Park. Ga and moved to
building on South Range street. Phone 9481 Quitman Ga. Dessert Contest Friday, April 1. Madison County in 1898 and spent with BARREL a BONUS*2-KEEPS'EM GROWTOWER GROWING shot-that To also full has maturity morentrogen

Available now R C DICKINSON.HU Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers This contest is an annual contest most of her We here. than an entire bag of soda.
3-2517 24-lt-ch sponsored by the Florida Citrus Survivors include five sons lIer-

FOR RENT: Two-bedroom upstairs LIVE STOCK AUCTION i Commisfkm: fa conjunction with nun 11, of Greenville, Emory E, IT TAKES BOTH
furnished apartment and two- SELL your cattle and hogs In our! Florida Power and Light Company.Gulf of Starke. Walter N, of Ocala ,:; V FKR1 SEF."OURIL ILl/ER ED
auction each Monday. Sales start at Power,. Tampa Electric and and Marvin P. and David N. both a t't. 'J.iI1f' k. DE.\LERTOD.\\.
bedroom unfurnished ,
apartmentMRS 1:00. :MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS : ): Tell him you want
Florida Power Corporation. of Miami: five daughters. Mrs L the Booth's
J J NEWMAN, HU 32523. Monticello. Fla. own
Although Mrs Wctherington was Ruby DUnton, of Alachua Mrs DIXIE Mtrozen!
28-tf-ch Registered Angus bulls for sale K j4 *rf DUIC A,BXCGZST tins Use recommended
at all times. not a state winner as a semifinalist Hazel Veora and Mrs Verta Williams rcat t Ntrale. ..4PROrrrx amounts.
FOR .RENT: Unfurnished garage she .received an electric both of High Springs, and
apt newly painted, gas water For your grinding and mix- range, a set of Tupperware an I Mrs Jennie Flowers and Mrs Aud-

heater. One furnished apt. Mrs ing on your farm, call WEST electric mixer; and an expense rey Thomas, both of Miami; two I 'i I

E F Dickinson, Phone Hy 3-2396, END :MILLING COMPANY, free trip to the State Contest. Her brothers two sisters, and numerous .

Madison. 31-tf-ch Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 entry was a cake which she named, grandchildren and great-grand
"Orange Holiday Cake. children.

Wanted: Waitress and collect.JOHNW.WADSWORTH. CANDIDATES-please let us Services were held Sunday after -

noon at the graveside in Friend
COO k. White-Top \ I have your ad by- ship cemetery Bear SUmo aL The ti FO 810G R PROFITS 1

TUESDAY NOOK Rev it M McCann, of Gainesville lovrHres,.
Thanks. THE E-R officiated, and grandsons were S.F YJUR D/X/F
Registered
Drive-fa. SurveyorPhone
pallbearers. A chorus from the it NlTR06FN DFAIFR. r

r HO 3-2372 Termites Swarming? Gainesville Church of Christ offered ternFARMERS'
HELP WANTED MADISON. FLORIDA musk. The T J Beggs Jr
LOOK: Splendid Rawleigh business CALL funeral Home was in charge.
amiable In Madison Co. Exceptional EasterCandiesPANGBURN *
opportunity Industrious Burke and MUTUAL =..
Person. See C E HOWE, 914 White BELLE CAM Wiring Repair EXCHANGE
St Live Oak or write Rawleigh's

I Dept, FAC-140-18 3-18, Memphis 23, 4-8-pd Tenn.! Smith Drug Store Phone Exterminating 293-J Perry Florida Co. Bryan Electric Co. a's aovs

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.J.- CHERRY LAKE METHODIST -ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAirS WITNESSES Good Friend Gone

CHURCH CHURCH DEALS
118 N. Orange St Phone HU 3.635bLEETIh'GS For The Best
QualityReUpholstering
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WE WELCOME YOU A preaching Service every Sunday Bible Study: Wednesday: 730 P. M.Senfee (Excerpt from Sermon preached Emanuel Bea and wife to Jackson

let and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. morning Meeting: Friday 7.-00 P. M. in the Faith Presbyterian Church, Lewis. 340 ft x 210 ft x 343

2nd and 4th Sunday 7:30 p. m. lit and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. Ministry School: Friday 8:00 P* M. Brownni1 Texas March 27th ft x 210 ft in SWU of SEX, Sec

Sunday School each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 in.: Watchtower-Bible Study 1960, by Rev Jack Powell) 20, Tp 1 N, R 7' E. at the most reasonable prices ]
Sunday at 10:00 a. m. U. A good friend of mine died this
Sunday School every Sunday. Sunday 7:00 P. Andrew E Sever and wife to ANYWHERE
Prayer Service each'Wednesday lit and 3rd Sundays 11:00 L m. Kingdom Seekers Welcome. past week. Nat must have been William F Carran and wife one Call Write
I 8:00 p. m. 10:00 No Collection Taken. fifteen or twenty years younger thanI or -
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2nd and 4th Sundays In SWK of SEU Sec
acre 4
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Family Night Dish am. He was the picture of health '
Covered Supper
dish supper Friday Family Night second Candidates Strew your name the last time I saw him-we usedto 2 S, R 6 E. seller to have first MRS. C. M. PLANT

before 1st Sunday 730) p. to. Friday month night promptly after at 7:00 Sunday p. m. all around the county with E-R go fishing and hunting together. option to purchase in case purchaser

Woman Society of every Christian Service cir He had two small children and wastudying later wishes to sell. 415 S. Horry St., Madison
> u' Woman's Society of campaign cards posters,
1 Christian Servicell_" .,. to be a pharmacist and Julia Venona Bass to Francis Phone HU 3-6650
meet Thursday after meets on Monday night after culal>s. Be sure to say something take over the family drug store. But Bass and wife, her undivided interest _

1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. i' third' Sunday at 7:30 p. m. : nice about.yourself, even II he was stricken with acute leukemia In eighty acres in Sec 4, Tp Hours: 9 to 11, 12 to 3:30 '

Methodist Men's Club meets ___- The Methodist Men's Club meets U no one else wilL a few months ago, and now 2SR8E. Representing
alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry lake on I he is gone. SOUTHLAND FURNITURE
"""* W L Welch and wife to Hercules
Springs Tuesday'after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday i SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULE! Nat's father Big Nat was a dea

r 4th Sunday 8:00( p. to. 8:00 p. m. W M A F I con. and he had a heart as big as Powder Company, stumpage on WHOLESALE RE-UPHOLSTERTNa

Official Board meets lit Wed The Official' Board inert each 7:30 A. M. Gospel Musts .AL his body. He was killed about five 100 acres in Sees. 1 and 2, Tp 1 S, Box 1001 311 S. Forrest St-

esday each even numbered month. month following the supper on 7:55 News J& I years ago when he fell off his R 10 E. 4. '' '
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after prayer service. Family NightP. 8:00 Baptist Bout let 1 tractor one morning. No one ever David Lanier to Kathleen H Van- .

Commission on Education meets K RQWELL S.' S. Supf. 8:30 Gospel Music *. expected Big Nat to die a natural Alit Lots 10 and 11 Popes SID, VALDOSTA, GEORGIA'ALL :
In Wednesday' each odd numbered 9:00 t Revival Time death-he had too much energy for Town of Madison.
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Tresi.CB.
service.' MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE that. If he deer hunting or WORK
month after graver ,9:30 Gospel Concert: went Colin English and wife to Colin
JAMES SHEFFIELD. S. S. Supt. DAVIS, PASTOR 10:00 News bird hunting; he was usually aheadof Unconditionally GuaranteedBUSINESSMEN
English Jr. Trustee
an undivided
THOMAS SURLES. HARRY M- 10:05 Sunday Serenade the dogs. I could never keep up
Lee Methodist Charge one-fourth interest in
COCHRAN. Asst'sLi 10:45 Prelude to Worship with him but I loved to try. 800 acres In
REV. E W McDOUGAL Pastor Tp 1 N, Ranges 6 and 7 E.
C. B. DAVIS. Pastor 11:00 Morning Worship Little Nat and Big Nat were men '
LEE METHODIST CHURCH 12:00 News who loved the Lord and because W P Shelley Jr and wife to .

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching 12:15 Afternoon Melodies they loved the Lord they loved Shelley Properties Inc 100 acres If you want customers every;
'rCREENVILLE, FLA. 1st and 3rd Sundays 1225 News people. Big Nat's mother. Granny !In Tp 1 N, R 6 E.
Sunday School 10:00 A. M .... .... 11:00 a. m. ana 7:30 p. la. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies Norfket was one of the most Nehemiah Nesbitt and wife to week in your store, tell 'em

Morning Worship ._ 11:00 A. M. Sunday 'School Every R 1:30 Afternoon Melodic radicnt Christians I have ever about it in an E-R ad every
Baptist Training: Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday .,.........,,,., 10KX7 a. m. 1:40'r 1 Serenade In Blue known; the reminded me of Moses: George Bess, two acres in SEUof week ,
Evening Worship ...._ 7:30 P. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship 135 News of whom it was said that his face I SEU. Sec 34, Tp 1 S* R 7 E.
Wed. 7:30 P. M. 6:00 p. m the Klotylda Dembinski to Vernon
Prayer Meeting -- 2:00 Hour of Decision shone when he came down from
BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt 2:30 Musical Sunday mountain. Granny had a shining I E Adams option to purchase

HANSON METHODIST CHURCH HICKORY GROVE CHURCH 255 News face because she spent time reading 11.59 acres in Cherry Lake Farms CONSTRUCTIONNew

Preachtn Services every First Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays 3:00 Musical Sunday her Bible and praying on her: project.J and Remodeling
and Third Sunday 11:00 A M. 11:30 am and 7:30 pm 355 r News F- knees. And her influence was seen B Davis to J B Davis Jr,

and 7:00 P. M. Sunday School every Sunday i 4:00 f Hit Parade in her son. and in her grandson.It Lots 4 and 5, Elk 23. less South Howerton Supply Co.1

Sunday School every Sunday 10:30 am 455 News never occurred to me, until this 60 feet, Greenville Investment Co
10:30 A. M. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 5:00 V Music At Sundown past week that Nat Is short for lands Town of Greenville. "'- '" "'- family" Night Saturday before Weather If had ever called
5:30 Headlines 6 Nathaniel anyone
> Evans waldrep and wife to K W
Every second Sunday 4:00 P. M. Little Nat.,by the name
533 Off Nat
Sign Big or
173 in 3 N R TING
Preaching every Sunday Waldrep. acres Tp ,
M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor -011(1'sounded
REV. C PROGRAMS, SUBJECT TO of Nathaniel. it \\
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. know what' 8 ,E and an undivided one-half -,
do
CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE ridiculous. But you
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. the name means: It means Gift of interest in 36.37 acres in Cherry ABOUT MOREINSURANCE

Sunday School ..r.,..,... 10:00 A. M. Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. Schedule God! In that sense the name fits, Lake Farms: Project and 116.37
Morning Worship ........ 11-00 A. M. Evening Services __ 7:30 P. M. Daily Program for my friend Nat was a lot like acres in Sec 18, Tp 2 N, R 9 E.
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wed sday the Nathaniel we read about In Elizabeth Thompson to A, DReams ?

Evening Worship _... 7:30 P. M. Evening ..........._ Y:00 P. M. WMAP 1230 ON YOUR DIAL tHe Bible. He was hard to convince : 120 acres in Tp 1 N, R 7
Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 P. J.{. W B SEALS, S S Superintendent 6.-OOAJL Sign On but once he was convinced: ,
Brotherhood last Thursdayof J ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union : 6:02 Fia F-rm Hr. champion for the E i I
each month at ..._._ 7:30 P. !ol. Director. i 625: World b State News I tie became And a he was an Israelite ki I. Mrs Theo L Fraleigh to Curry f II
second and fourth 630 I' r.., Farm Hour cause. Lee Porter, Lot 6, Mickel S/D I
WMU every I ERNEST CUM, Minister whom there was no guile. II
Tin'sdav. 7:30 om 6:45 .Xfc. Rudy Hamrick, Madison.
V, i,. SINGLETARY, S. S. Supt WELCOMI; TO >. (Mon. Wed. Fri.) EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Reuben Luther Keene to Verner I

JIMMY IAMB. B. T U. Director NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:55 '. World News Friends here are pleased to E Wells and wife,. 80 acres in Sec

IIEV. LEWIS D. JWG II EN. Pastor Come Worship With Us 7M ', State News learn that Mrs Audrey String 32, Tp 1 N, R 10 E. 3t I
7.-05 Coffee With Ray
Sunday School _. 10:00 A. M.
Simeon B Smith et al to The
TO administrative assistant
WELCOME u News feitew at present
7:45 World ,
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Pure Oil lease to 70 (t
BAPTIST CHURCH Benhett'aoffice Company,
MT. OLIVE
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 7:50 State News In Consressman I
Sunday School .__....-. 10:00 A. M. Evening Worship 7:30 P. M 755 Weather News will become executive x 75 ft at SE corner of Blk 63, }

Morning: Worship ....... 11:00 A. M. Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. 8:00 Offee with Ray seeretary in the office June 20th.. Town of Madison.
Union ..._....... 6:30 P. J.L .
Training Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. 1L 9:00 Morning Iterations Her post as administrative assistant B B Merritt and wife to Randall
l EveningWorship ....... '7:30 P. M. Jack Pickles __ S. S. Supt. 945 Musical Interlude will be filled by Arthur Southall and wife* one acre
....._..._... 730 'P. M.
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Prayer Meeting: 9:30 Music Unlimited Sec 33 1
Sum Andrews B. T. U. Director Canada of Jacksonville S ta N'of NEU, Tp
Church Business Meeting First REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor 10:00 "* News r N,. R 9 ,
of each month. 10:05 Music Unlimited
Wednesday night
GAINESVILLE (Special;-Minnesota Asa D Browning and wife to II
Second CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST
Brotherhood and W.M.U. 10:30 Music Unlimited
farmers lost 62 fingers 9 A Browning and wife 92.04 acres
CHURCH
Thursday night of each month. 11:00 Music Unlimited
hands, 3 leg, 2 arms and 2 corer! in Cherry Lake Farms Project.
Breaching: Service* Every Sunday Preaching Services eSunday 11:15'.. Public Service the 1959 com
:, Come Worship With Us. Morning Service 11:00 A. M 1130 Record Session pfcte: persons during Don Melton>> and wife to Dalton

r REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor Evening Service 8.-00 P. M 12:00 World News pkking season._ Webb and wife, six acres!' in NWU

Sunday School every Sunday at 12:15 P.M Noontime Notes Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in of NEU, Sec 4, Tp 2 S. R 10 E.
: LEE BAPTIST ,CHURCH 10:00 A. M. 12:30 Talk Of The Town
A G-In bun 40c.WHITE .. Samuel Franklin to Loy Poole,
REV I. T CARTER, Pastor at 6:45 P. : 12:40
BTU Every Sunday ).I Uncle Ned -IN timber lease on certain lands In
cervices every Sunday Wednesday 12:45 State NeWs TOP DR1V
Meeting every
Prayer
... M. Tp 2 N. R 9 E. C. E. QUICK
'Sunday School __ 10:00 A. at 8:00 P. rt.Brotherhood 1250 Farm. News
Morning Worship ...._ 11:00 A. M. first Thursday every 1255 1 Weather News
Union ,.... 7:00 P. M. 1:00 ** Hit Parade RU 3-6163 BOX 292
Training month at 7:30 P. M. Hillbilly NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY CORN in
.". .Evening Worship .._... 8:00 P. M. I EerybodyVelcome.. 155 Ci News ADDING MACHINES $1.30 JasperMr MADISON. FLORIDA
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Wed. .... 7:30 P. M.
P&yer Meeting REV. J. R. COLLINS. Pastoc 2:00 Gospel Time This Gulf Life agent can tell
'. 2:30 Public Service VICTOR .. ........ ... $171.00 and Mrs Coye E Rowe of how, with Adapt-A-
BAPTIST you
MOSELEY HALL
CHURCH OF CHRIST '
MADISON
., 2:45 Afternoon Melodies I Winter Haven visited the J L
CHURCH "' BURROUGHS ....... 209.50 Plan, your Insurance is
701 South Range 255 t World & State News
REV. JACK LAMB ._.._... Pastor Webb and Clifford Webb families adaptable. For example a
.' S. R. Sapp Chairman Board of Sunday Supper Bible Study and 10:00 A. M.Lord's 3:00 3:45 '** Afternoon Public Service Melodies CI.ARY .... ....... .. 225.00 at Lee over the week-end. family Income plan can also

j I Deacons.My Edification _-- 11:00 A. M. 4:00 News ODHNER .......N... 259.50 CANDIDATES Rent an adding provide substantial retirement
; ....... B.T.U. Director ... Income. Give hima
Bailey Director Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 4:05 Request+ Parade TOTALIA .. .. ....... 259.00 machine to total promises of support call today!
Leroy Cruse .._ Associate Wednesday Evening 455 ; World A State News from the deer peepul. TIlE E-R.
Leroy Cruse .........- s. S. Supt. Services _-_ 7:30 P..11 5:00 Request Parade. plus fed. and state tax.
Miss Merle Bass _-_:-- Song Leader 5:45<< -' Sports Hlghliffit* THEENTERPRISERECORDER
:Mrs Juanita Cruse _-. Pianist NEW HOPEFUL 6:00 World News
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10:00 A. M. BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School MISSIONARY 6:15 Twilight Tunes
)Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Services every first and third 655 News HU 36361KEEP

Training Union 7:00 P. M. Sundays at 11 a. m, and 8:00 p. m. 7:00 Sign Off Notice To Farmers
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 PROGRAMS SUBJECTTO '! ,
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Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. a. nt.Training CHANGE:: WITHOUT NOTICE UP WITH POLITICSIN ,
Just as I am. without one plea. Union every Sunday TSOUp. 9 .r'"

:I condition.come. Regardless Whether of cotton.your clothes Home, REV.. m. W. T. RYCROFT, Pastor Plagued Day AMtTT THE E-R ; JVe Buy Yellow Ear Corn the '". I

'spt n. You are welcome in our BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH :Year Around r .

l '. church sen-ice. Welcomes You I N1ktWitIBIaJIIDisc.mf.rt GwfiaNPUTE

\ MADISON CHURCH OF GODSunday Services Every Sunday Price Now Is .
School 10:00 A. M. ;#EV 'CARL V. IVEY. Pastor ? i GLASSGLASS /

Horning Worship 11:00 A.'J[ Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Uawl.. .,..... .-rIt a
Evening WorsUo -...... 7:30 P. M..Vouth Morning Worship 11:00 A. JL ...... ., a.u4...... KttTaatl.r r ....,... ..... aw

S:;once Wednesday 8:00. p J.t Choir Practice: 6:00 P. J[. ..... ...--.u.c....,.....ta.... ,A4 d U r' $L30perbushel .
B.-'B. BRICKtST. Pastor Tracing Union 6:30 P. M. 1- ...... wttL M tC .
REV. ...... ..... sad T.trra.
Evening Worship 750 P. M. .. aa K ta.esiar ...w..r. GLASS M.OCK *
tie '&bI- -
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JESUS CHRIST OF w n-a. pm. .
CHURCH OF DAY ADVENTISTCHURCH o..a'. not Mt SV s. M aP.IFJ'IBIC.
LATTER DAY SAINTS vENTA- i.-11v. teat sw ...... J.LM1TCHflLY
215 W.
I ,. .. .4ttr inttath_. t_A trt Savannah Are.
School 10:00. m. ........ ..... .. sods Lda M .
::. Sunday SeniceS every' Saturday at Madison ... .. ..... ptA ...... Pbonet CHERRY 2-KS5 .
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'- Meeting 11:00 a. m.Kelfef ... ..... .'
Sac American Legion Hatt $-. 4Wf124tk .."......... Valdosta Georgia .fr
and Priesthood timel" .. the u.,tia aLf Ie. Miifag Company ;.:..
::. Society
r.- Sacra- Sabbath .school begins 2 p." tn. .. t0at ., u* Ii .....I kWMr ql.a. ; : : :;,
and place as announced at Church Service at 3 p. m. ....,..met tw *MM .Imp. .end ..... FOLEY 1doWEnsBRIGCSS'I'RATrON ..." {: I
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+,1- '.r anent Meeting E C WILLIS, S S Supt ........ .--r .... .v.... s..er. G.s JASPER, FLA. ,
f, ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN HAROLD YATES, Pastor Tele- ra toortDOAN'S MOTORS ,.;.. '. :' .
LEGION HALL Welcome 10 per cent Down paint : /
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thing yearns for a change of LUKE'S PEGGY HALE JOE HOLLOWAY'S LAZARUS, L1C.OhS Downtown Shopping in Valdos -, j 1,4( "
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R. HENRY GILES DRUG CO. youVALDOSTA (
Spring and Easterhave BEL-LILE DRUG" SCHWARTZ'S soon! ','.',.,':. .._. u' '
pushed drab winter out S. H. KRESS SAM LAZARUS & CO. ;;
of the picture. The curtain has McCRORrSSORRELLS 1HE FAMOUS STORE i i' F > ".
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gone up on an entirely new MARTIN CO ARTS DRESS SHOP .y f ,
setting. Come to DOWNTOWN RHODES, INC.FIRESTONE DARBY SHOE CO. i tfJ e '"
STORES IRVIN'S, INC.MARTHA'S .
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i r ..- Easter CandiesPANGBURNSBELLE Shop Eagle's Easter I Engagement Announced 1



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Khandbags i J. G-E APPLIANCES CIRCUIT COURT


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In Circuit Court Monday the R

II A Hester Jr forgery case was con
tinued temporarily

... -... Norman Wilson plead guilty to
larceny of an automobile.
HARDY SPEAKS TO
MONTICELLO KIWANIS CLUB New trial was denied in case I

I, of Solomon Wllkerson, previouslyconvicted ,

.x "Our most important resource is' of unlawful possessionof
our young people" Dr Blanche susar.

1.66 Hardy, Director of the Guidance I Probation of William G Tayloron '

q Center for North Florida Junior I II a non-support of minor ,children a
s 73Monlkcllo ,
College told approximately
I : charge was revoked and defendant
\ Kiwanians and guests at
pies fed.Tat t a luncheon Wednesday. March 30I .I sentenced to two years state _
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r r "" Mr Desmond Bishop Superintendent prison. ,
Just in time for Spring '. :, I of Jefferson County Schools,I Case of Broadus \Wllloughby

., and Easter! ., introduced Dr liard).. Others present Sarah T Calhoun et a1, damage I
These outstanding beau; a sties were Mrs Claudia Edwards, $5000, growing out of the recent I
are handsomely. m Supervisor of Jefferson County, sale of Block 43, City of Madison
styled, leather-like plastics 'i' Schools; Mr W G Stephens, Principal was set for Thursday, Apr 7th.
in all the latest of Jefferson County Schools; '
The E B Wilson property condemnation
several out-of-town guests, and
spring shades- including tr..
popular black patent. c "\ ., representatives from the Key dob. case was set for Friday
Dr Jtardy spoke on the services Apr 8th.EARLY. .
A tremendous selection "- ,
ot the Guidance Center. "Our aim"
for dress or casual wear: -
she said, "is to let everyone become MORNING .
Pouches, slim-line bags, all that he Is capable of being. Ifwe TRAFFIC ACCIDENTA -
tote bags and boxy bags, can do this in our schools wehave Mrs James Lewis Sims
plus many other styles. *
solved our problems A two car accident at 6:15 a. rn.Wednesday announces the engagement
Fully lined, many have /N ,
contrasting linings, zipper i- -I 1 on U S 90 three quarters of her daughter -
of a mile east of Greenvillelnvolred ,
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mirrors ,
pockets, polished .
a 1959: Chevrolet sedan Ruth. .
.,, pockets.'p frames and outside I Let muffler and tail driven by James R Anderson of to '
and 1952 Plymouth
Mim, Fla a.
James Edward Hardee Jr.
check sedan driven by Leon Roland of ,
pipe experts your Greenville. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Hardeeof

-' Trooper Joe Peavy. said both cars Madison, Florida.
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.. exhaust system free! were headed east when the Rolandcar Miss: Sims is the daughter of the late Mr. Sims of
left turn Into aprivate
in making a the Cherry Lake. She is a graduate of Stetson School of
driveway failed to see
Muffler and tail pipe Anderson car in the act of passing, Music DeLand, Florida, where she was a member of
and the cars crashed. Zeta Tau Alpha social sorority and of the Phi Beta music

4 y installed for only Both driver were adjudged In fraternity. She is now teaching at Melrose Park Schoolin

error, Roland for Improper turnlnjr. Lake City.

9 9f 19c and Anderson for improper pass- Mr. .1Iardee was graduated from Georgia School of
In sr. and no charges were made. Technology He is a member of Delta Tau Delta social

Damage to the Chevrolet was fraternity, Who's Who, and Pi Delta Epsilon journalism

DAVISSERVICE The$300, drivers and to escaped the Plymouth injury. $200.The fraternity. He is now connected with the Hardee MotorCo.

I Plymouth car belonged to Roland'sfather. ., at Madison.
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i STATION J R Roland of Greenville. The wedding will take place Saturday, June 4, at I

101 N, Patterson St. 7 p. m., in the First Baptist Church at Madison. A
K RES S HU 3-6601 MADISON, FLA. reception will follow in the church reception hall. All I I

.. smart q modern. .thrifty stores VALDOSTA, GA. I I CORN $1.30 in Jasper relatives and friends of the couple are invited.

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FINAL DISCHARGE
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Madison Florida, will Florida StatutesIN
County !
COURT OF THE: COUNTY
receive sealed bids in the Board
JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY,
Room of the said Board County
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STATE OF FLORIDA.In KELLER
Courthouse, Madison Florida for
re the Estate of W C Prince,
furnishing of all labor and materialsto
construct: Deceased. In Probate.TO .
Administration Building ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .

North Florida Junior College :
I) Phase II) Notice is hereby given that G W
Madison, Florida Harmony, has filed his final .

Classroom Building report as Administrator of the es KELLER'S CLOTHING IN VALDOSTA GEORGIA! ,
Suwannee River Junior College tate of W C Prince, deceased; that :'
t r (Phase I) he has filed his petition for final

Madison,. Florida discharge and that he will apply to .." ,
Bids for the projects will be re the Honorable Curtis D Earn County
ceived until 2:00 p. m., April 22, Judge of Madison County,Floridaon ., MEN'S SUITS WITH CONTRASTING TROUSERS '
1960, at which time they will be the 25th day of April 1 60, "
publicly opened and read in the I for approval of same and for final > '

Board Room, County Courthouse,I discharge as Administrator of the 55% DACRON POLYESTER 43"ItA YON
Madison, Florida. estate of W C Prince, deceased.
Drawings, Specifications, General This 23rd day of March. 1960. ::
Conditions Instructions to Biddersand I G. W HARMONY,
Fran of Proposal may be ob.i the estate of "
tamed from the Office of the Architect !! W Administrator C Prince, deceased.of -, ri : CotI Sui OWt1 1 )L $39.95COMPLETE :
Emil G Ball 6208 Arlington
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Road, Jacksonville 11, Florida, and In a traffic accident Monday I I
ah bids made in accordance there
In Columbia "
morning on U S 90 r
with. .

.two General sets of contractors drawings and may specifications obtain. County Lake City about, Mrs 10 James miles Conways west of STEM STRAWS $5.95 to $10.00

by making a $40 deposit for 1958 Mercury was damaged approximately .
each project which will be refunded SSO when a Willis-
to those firms making bona I Knight driven by Ellis Nobles of ."I}<.

,fide bids when drawings and sped dyattville crashed into the front ROBLEE SHOES WITH OPEN COLLAR FEELING!
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ficotions are returned in good con. end of the car while attemptingto 1 .
dition. General contractors not sub Nobles,
line of cars.
:muting a bona fide bid must return pass a .
the drawings and specifications was charged with Improper pass ::

''ten or more days before the datesct ing. l MANHATTAN SHIRTS $4.25TO
for receiving bids in order to Mrs Conway was driving when ,
receive the refund. Material dealers the accident happened and MrsF :J
may obtain complete sets only of. L Bush of Pinetta was a passenger .
drawings and specifications for $20 C
per set which must be returned ten.' in the car. Neither was for } I DRESS AND PLAY .
Monday
hurt. They had left $5.95
Or more days prior to bid openingIn ,
order to receive a refund. Gen- Daytona Beach and New Smyrna JUl\S I
eral contractors may obtain additional Beach: for week's ;visit,
complete sets at 520 per set, ---

fund under as the set- same forth above conditions for General of re. -G-E AppliancesHowertoo REGULAR DRESS SHIRTS $4.25 to $5.95 Iw I

Contractors. Additional drawings
through the Architect Co.
nay be procured : Supply

Dealers reproduction by upon Contractors, which payment and will of., Material not cost be of proposal when submitted must be, KNIT SHIRTS BY JANTZEN $4.00 to $6.00

with
clearly marked on the cover
refundable.
the Bidder's name and the name of
cashier's check or
A certified or
l'the project. The Board reserves the
executed In 'a.1 -
bid sum bond not less properly than 5# of base bid 1 rfeht .reject any or all bids, and USE YOUR C & S CHARGE CARD AT

to the Board of Public Instruction to waive any informalities. ".
payable ,,
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must accompany that each pro the' THE BOARD OF MADISON OF PUBLIC COUNTY INSTRUCTION ., Vt'1't'D'S IN YALDOSTA.GAi' f ", .' :.p. .
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Easter Candies f THE WEATHER THE SQUAWS- NEWS nnt:

CAMP I do not mind other peoples World's Most Fabulous < l
PANCBURN-S-nELLE Lamar AndrewsFOR business or gossip about their af-! -- COLOGNES q9cm
Y 'Veek ending Apr 5th ft Irs. 4)1.) '

Smith Drug StoreCompliment Alin nt Today I am going to make a
Wednesday 12 62 .7. sincere effort to mind my own busi&es. Arpege Blue Grass i

Thurs4ay 81 5t .eo I am going to MopconC'emed being Chanel No.5...:'.:, Miss Di'oc
Mrs Bryant COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict Friday 86 53 .11 about the personal lives
Three-Madison County Saturday 71'' G2 2J11 and affairs of others. I am going Sortflege < f Chantilly '
tt make It a rule to I
Sunday n 63 74 respect the
Paid Political AdVO' ,, I rights of White Shoulders Tabu I
Six hostesses entertained with Y ( Monday 7S 62 .51 every individual to live J I

a charming tea Saturday afternoon 1- Tuesday 72 49 .19 his or her Ute as best they can. Shalimar .1'; My Sin I
Every time I
at the Woman's Club, complimentIng -I am tempted to gossip j,
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I shall
remember the words of 'II
Mrs Farris Bryant, of Ocala,, Total 435 Jesus to Peter. When the latter became I
1 wife of gubernatorial Candidate 1 NPJC LIBRARIAN ATTENDS Rainfall week ending Apr tad O'erconcemed1th the whereabouts I

,. Farris Bryant, and daughter of CONVENTION at Gibson Tower 4.50 in, Lmett of another apostle: What is ATSmi1I'
Mr and Mrs D F Burnett Jr of Tower 4.30 in, AucilLa Tower 4.90 that to thee Follow thou me. ; Stol.e
:Mrs Helen Bowen, Head Librarian
:Madison. Mrs Bryant, as Julia at North Florida Junior College, has in, Sinclair Tower 330 in, Madison !. There Is so much in ray own life uf}

I! Burnett, born and reared here,: recently returned from attending the forestry headquarters 3.60 in.l that requires my constant attention

is known and loved by everyone I annual Florida Library Association Rainfall month of March at concerned that I have or no curlofcs time to about be unduly the HU 3-6262 Madison, Florida

in the county. 1 Convention in Clearwater. Madison weather bureau station i
problems and affairs of others. 1 I
Hostesses were Mrs Raeburn C, Approximately 300 librarians met 539 In. First three months of have no time for gossip With Godshelp

'I Home, Mra Van H Priest, Mrs! in the Fort Harrison Hotel for thethreeday 1960, 15.79 In. I refuse to think thoughts or '
convention which began TO INSTALL NEW EQUIPMENT
Walter S Cooper Sr, Mrs William Madison county forest fire report enter into conversations or activities
Alice Sims, of March 31. to discuss common for March six and 23.7 that invade the Eagle'sParade Easter
B Clark and Miss : fires sacred right of another Shop
problems in library work. Principal r A J Hargrove, Registrar of North
:Madison, and Mrs William P Powell, President acres. For first three months of individual to privacy and free-
speaker was Benjamin I Florida Junior College and James
Knight of Americus, Ga. They of the American Library As I960, sixteen fires and 107 acct dcm. I keep my thoughts centeredIn I D Bass, Instructor in Social Science,i of Values Page
God
formed a receiving line introducing soclatlon. For same period last year, twelve and I give my blessings to recently met with representatives

Mrs Bryant to the 200 or more Mrs Bowen said the convention .fires and 373 acres. all persons.child I of see God.each one as a beloved of Chipola Junior College, Marianna,I: 4.

guests who called. Mrs Burnett, program included group discussion Sun rises Apr 8th 6:15 am, sets and Gulf Coast Community College
SQUAW
mother of the honoree, was assisted end that she was particularly In- 6:58 pm.Moon r Panama City. regarding installation
others in pouring, andgreeting terested in the group meeting on 4:11 of new equipment to facilitate the ,
by sets Apr 8th am.
( at the doors. A I college and special library problems; Leo CANDIDATES-please let us work done in the Registrar's office.

of guests cakes,, sandwiches, and and ,also the reference roundtable, Moon 8th. in constellation of have your ad by- The new equipment is produced; tern will be Installed some'tfm fie
variety which was a group discussion on Apr TUESDAY"NOON by Royal McBee Corporation and June or July of this year and will
mints were passed. reference books and materials and Ugh tide Apr 9th at St Marks works on the hole-punch process.It be in operation by next Fall Semes.

.Palms, dogwood and other Spring on cataloging. light 12:16 am. Thanks. THE E-R is anticipated that this new SYS- ter. .
flowers were used in the decorations I

in the spacious rooms. The c i
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mantel 1 the lounge held arrangements

I of iris, spirea and azaleas .
JOIN THE DOWN TOWN
with brass candelabra holding pale I i'
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with a silver epergne holding the OPEN THURSDAY ; 'r'SCHWARTZ'S "',..".: "t", ,. .
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same lovely flowers and silver AFTERNOON AND '. :; ..:.:,
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candelabra holding yellow candles. ; .:'

Out-of-town guests included FRIDAY EVENING .

friends from Greenville, Perry, + .1*: Just about everybody likes ., r. .
Live Oak Cherry Lake, and Talla ., .. ,
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M .1 Weather-Bird shoes best! .
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Mr Bryant arrived later 1 Youngsters like .their up-to-date : ','
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afternoon and mingled and chatted i i '. ,

I I with guests. .. y",.-.j \ \ fashion:". Mom Glees'*em for .
:Misses Cecelia and Adair Bryant 'ff \ I f t-:1\. .,

Y" 01 Ocala daughters of Mr and ,,: S \ i S their fine f fit; and carefree ; ... '

Mrs Bryant, were also among the .t '
guests assisting with hospitalities.I .4r. ways .. Dad tikes 'em too, ,'"1\; ,

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and two daughters of Jacksonville to > 'I'' ,; Spring Mod Easter, at out store, .''- ,
attended church at Pmetta First .

I Baptist Sunday and visited her .. I .". From 6.99 t

mother, Mrs Eva Gaston, andother .

relatives.Mr : : '.
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Mr and Mrs Jack Chamberlain' : t. ;, : .
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home in May if she continues to \
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at the church Monday night I / lj
for regular Mission Study. A o CJCO

business meeting was also held. ,\" ,

Mr and Mrs Charley Wigels C5C3 .... '

worth of Jacksonville were dinner .
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guests of Mr and Mrs Jim Hinton' I"'. '

Sunday. They also visited Mr and ; C3LTING .

Airs Ivy Wigelsworth.
Rev and Mrs W L Wynn left ir

Tuesday to attend a World Mis-

sions Conference and WMU Annual


April 567.meeting at Daytona Beach ; .It. UNE-BP FOR YOUNG EASTER PARADERS .yB .
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ill in Madison County Memorial \ ; s.tmJ .-
hospital. ,'.. vr yo<< Q -. ,
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Spring Notes: .
Purple violets blooming W.o.s-: ..

'neath pecan trees r gtt-a cut* plastic t y 11iAn, a.Bleo : .

Gray moss, gently moving S % S WlinI .

In a fresh spring breeze, r } of yoor cry M4d O ,
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Hue skies shining' i.' "
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Work never gets done .

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Florida's Educational Television J ,, ,1 E5' '

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Phase H Planning covering the ,. r' ,/ ."
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"" .. SHOWER FOR MISS NAUGHTONFour MRS HUGHES WITH DERT.. CENSUS TAKERS AT WORK At the Presbyterian church Sunday

-7 .. ,. OF PUBLIC WELFARE morning New Testaments were
f, 'j- hostesses complimented Miss Mrs Al Hugh is a recent addition AzeU B Zipperer, crew leader for given to Clara Jean Cooke. Mae
'j I'J... 4f. Barbara Kaughton, bride-elect witha to the staff of social workers the 1960 National Census and his Merchant. Suzanne Knox and Rand
GI of the Department of Public Wel. twenty field reviewers began their
t 1 rt -, __-1 miscellaneous shower Tuesday Ashley for having recently recited
'. ...... I '..: evening at the home of Mrs S H fare. The Hughes family are new work In the Madison-Hamilton two- the Child's Catechism, and copies of
..!; 'Moore. Hostesses with Mrs Moore residents here, coming' last Fall county area April 1st. Work is ex- the booklet Christ is Risen to a
were Mrs A B Zipperer, Mrs Bill from Florala. Ala. Mr Hughes Iswith pected to be completed within the number of other children who some
Cave and Mrs Robert Andrews. the International Paper CaThey month. time ago had recited the catechism.
'. Rooms open to forty or more reside -on Oak Drive in Lake- Mrs Mary Jane Pfeil is assistant Rev. R Wallace of Thomasville
t auuta.ere beautifully decorated side. 'crew leader, and Madison county : preached the morning sermon and
from I reviewers are Mrs A II Smith. Mrs conducted
with mixed spring flowers the Communion service.
: Madison gardens. Chicken salad the hostesses were a silver andcrystal Durward Smith Mrs Gean McCuII -
: 1y. 1/ sandwiches small cakes decorated compote from Mrs Moore, I lough, Mrs Sue Lynn Williams, Mrs l
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with rosebuds and sherbet were flat silver in her pattern from Mrs I Rena Cochran Mrs Marie Thigpen Wilsky and Mrs Joyce Primm. Seven
served Zipperer, crystal from Mrs Cave anda Mrs Melba Kins. Mrs Rachel DuVal. workers are busy in Hamilton
f The honoree received many beauti china plate in her pattern from .1 Mrs Martha Ann Sewell Mrs Gail county.

..,j t fut and useful gifu. Her sifts. from Mrs Arrdrewa.Use : : : ---=..;; : : i
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NO MONEY DOWN you to LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY ,


( 4GkMi F ::4'. '. HORACE STEPHENSON, JEWELERSD01VNT01YN VALDOSTA ELECTRIC CO. .

VALDOSTA CASTLE PARK
PlayitCool' THOMASVILLE. GA. 414 E. Park Ay ., Valdosta Ga. .

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Cool Catalina Play-Abouts for all the prettiest girls.. : : : : : I IiW

sizes 7/14. (a) Fleet's In. Cute nautical cotton duck

jacket, $3.98. Neat matching Jamaica shorts, $3. 8. (b) i iIt

Highland Fling. Short cotton pullover top in a cute plaid

with pretty rickrack trim.$2.98.Matching shorts, $2. f


HALL'S CHILDREN SHOP ri _. O.t6 4'r 1 JI :t

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"GEORGIA'S LARGEST STORE FOR CHILDREN" (1 4 0"

South Patterson Street, Valdosta, Ga. I + LHEEKfsnii

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NEW SECRETARIAL COURSE NFJC ENGLISH INSTRUCTORS I
ATTEND Lk
CONFERENCE
.k. AT NFJCBeginning .' f L 1V'''1 \ '
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next Fall Semester I The Instructors in English from '

(September, 1960) the North North Florida Junior College attended
Florida Junior College will offer an English conference

a nine months' program of study .Tuesday, March 29, at the Taylor
for students who desire to enter .County High School In Perry.
secretarial or related work. President Purpose of the conference be This is our personal invifalion Io you to visit us soon.You'll .

Hamilton stressed that lull tween the NFJC Instructors and r .
find collection full of
Stylish
,: college credit would be given in the English teachers in Perry our Spring
If all courses taken during this accelerated public schools oat to establish ----- surprises for every fashion need from Easter time to --- -

program should a stu- closer cooperation between high vacation ease.
dent plan to re-enter college school and college English pro
later. Students will need to meet grams.. Your size is. now in stock so please hurry for the'' .

:the usual college requirements The meeting was Instigated by 'best selections.
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(namely, they must have a high j
. the Principal of Taylor County
school diploma or the equivalent) High School, Mr Robbins R f And take it from us, we know you'll agree: Ou: : ". .
in order to be for ad 'I
mission. A certificate eligible will be Woodell, and the Taylor County 1 shoes are the most beautiful you'll see this year. *' '"- *'J ;.,
High School English Department,
awarded upon satisfactory completion t 4And these of brands .,'.- .:.
through the cooperation of the _- are some our : ; !
of the nine months' pro- NFJC Guidance Center. 41 ,;"t .. -S-. $,
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:gram of study. Attending the conference from '?
This new service to the people .
NFJC were: Dr Blanche Hardy, : '
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W the Suwannee River Valley Instructor in English and Director "

area is the result of a great deTixand of the NFJC Guidance Center; I. .tJ' L. COBPLEI4S : 4 '
students who in the !
from Mrs Opal Kaney, Instructor In ; .
past have had to go to some large English; and Mr Earl Payne Instructor .r.F";: :
city at great expense for an equivalent In English. English teachers : i2eJ :: -
secretarial course. Any Interested attending from Perry were: ; ,

person will pay only the Mr Don Busselle, Me Cecil G Carlton '. ', ""' O j
regular low college fee and is I I Jr, Mrs Virginia DaMn ""' iatcher i.l. ::
eligible to use the public transportation Ann Herrington, Mrs Frances Me- ,t 8h .
. system now .In operation.It Glocklin, Mrs Sarah Shiver, and Jae "Q O",O"'A'N Q' ',:

, is pointed out that this .ser Mrs Iris Dee Walker. paradise oPS :

vice Is entirely separate from the ? tl 'Jro1trs : : 'g :
in Secretarial 4
Science two-year and programs in Pre-Buslness Ad SUDDENLY MRS HEWETT IN QUlTMAN DIES: YORK .: :

ministration nine A months'student program enrolledin 7 1Td :.
the
"Secre Mrs J P Hewett. age 51. of Quit- : 7' Q :' gj
which has been designated man, Ga. died early Tuesday morn ,
transfer to ... .
tarialBusinesscould .
ing in the Brooks County HospitalShe / ,, 'r ., ''
any program offered at NFJC if I. suffered a sudden illness the ". ",
desired to conUnue his college She the sister. .. : 1t -
be evening before. was 'fPJf'
education. I I in-law of Mrs Gordon Williams of ",,->wf., '. I ,. .
Madison. Survivors include her husband ... It 1,
WOMAN'S CLUB DEPARTMENTOF and one son, J P Hewett Jr,

YOUTH CONSERVATION I both of Qultman, and other relatives. j 206 N. PATTERSON .
Thursday April 14, at 10:00 a. m. Howe ?
held at 3 p. m. I [Aa.c.o.t )
at the Woman's Club Mrs J C Burn Services were
eUe and Mrs T F Livingston will Wednesday in the Maxwell-Eason ,VALDOSTA, GA.

.fi". present a program for the Department Funeral Home Quitman. P'z CH..tm U ;J '; ."....
.,_ of Youth Conservation. Prof. Mr and Mrs Gordon Williams, Mrs .. "I
Orvis Day of the Dept. of Speech Isham Harris and Mrs John Cherry \.
of Madison High School will lead a attended the services. .
panel discussion on Youth. The ; !
panel will consist of High School .
students. Mrs; Fred Mickler and Easter Candies .II'
Mrs W T Davis and committee
will serve coffee. PANGBURNS-BELLE-CAMP


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