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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
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Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
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PUOLISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA


VOL. LIX No. 37 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY MAY isth iseo Jladfaon, Florida Price l JQC Yearly Subscription $3.75; Delayed Renewals 4.00

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Political R y ... OFFICIAL TABULATED RETURNS Bob Milner Says Thanks


FIRST DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 6, 1960. MADISON COUNTY -
The County Democratic ExecutiveCommittee ,
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To friends In Madison
has scheduled; a political I my many
rally on Saturday May 21, at 33C) ,' : ; ", f't, .Jie p. County: '
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,in Madison. i' ii oX. I want to take this opportunityto
p. TO. t' ::: J: If J; .
.3 apologize for
.+ ... Co L being a week late
'Cl 5 Si ; < >. : < g e in a note, of. gratitude for your
The Hptts( flwksYwi i --.3- .i. Ewi .f ] i WndertuJ.IdndIIeSS. and support on
/ 4 d d d t d z: 0 ]j 0 '
M w O 0 .. N M M h- May 3rd last. Due to a sudden ill-
:; Z .AZ. ..Z m z z :a 0 ,C 0 a. w u t'4 w .4 4 N,
For Cwtesies new of my youngest son I missed

-. -- ... .. SUPREME COURT JUSTICE the deadline in the ER.I .
CHARLES BODNER __..__.._ 53 121' 102 ,63.6O 21 61 69 20 76 5:5: S 5 23 10( 41 809 cannot put into words hoW
GLENN TERRELL _____ 158 197 2S9 119 "'4&3 33 154i,165 81' 150 113 16 9 63 11 1SS 1128 elated, yet humble. I feel to be a
THANKS for the many courtesiei J. JUDGE, DISTRICT COURT OF mt"mber'of the Madison County
shown me during my campaign for APP.EAL. School Board. I want to commendMr.

Tax Collector and for the rote on I 0 ROBERT BELL ...........,_ B9 141 US 82 111 38 99 107 36 102 82 12 6 51 12 st 1203 Dugan for the high qualify in
May 3rd.* DONALD K CARROLL __.__ JaJ 172 160 91. .83 20 .102 .102 44 Itl.69 8. 6 31 ::5 90 lO'Z which he conducted 'his CamPaIgn.*
IKE HUTTO CIRCUIT JUDGE o1LAL :, I shall try to conduct myself; In,

(pd. poL ad.) W ADAMS _. 108 141 190 14 138'. a 120 131 45 103' 101 15. 12 58 14 126 1419A such a way that I shall live' 'up

BLACK ..........._..._._..__......... S2 134 88. 39')2. 15 6. :79' 18 33 21 16 3 20 '15 44 693 to the confidence. and expectations.
To Tie V.tersOfMadi.nC.uy SAMUEL S SMITH ....... 103 170 192 131 139 6-1 93. 93 66 154 216 4 6 T1 15 66 1589 yon. have placed in me ,and carry
GOVERNOR out the responsibilities: this fine

UARVIE J BELSER .. .... ..-.... 11 8 4 2 0 1 11 3' 3" 2 15 O. 1 2 0 1 54 office affords. I will attempt. to.
: FARRIS BRYANT _.: .._..,r 1Z 146 233 76 J3% 25 79 .87'38124 14S .7 12 69 13 138 lU8 serve you. the people ,of Madison,
HAYDON BURNS ..__ 23 3S 38 39 59 18 25.: 13 8 49 S3 1 0 6 1 30 398 County, in a manner that will propel -.
OOYLE E CARLTON JR __ 20 7S 21 29. ..12 9 3O.g 6 27 28 2 2 11 1 2G 341nlOMAS the success of our children in,
I want to say THANKS for the E DAVID __..__ G 32 6 13 "4 3 3.20 3 1 5 0 0 1 1 3 107 our schools. Again I say thank you
splendid: vote you gave me for FRED 0 (BUD) DICKINSON -- 81 139 139 86 87 59 120" 12'7' 49 68 61 21 8 46 22 33 1146 from the bottom of my heartSincerely
County Commissioner District 3, in GEORGE A DOWNS 1 2 1 ,0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 I

the first primary- and to solicit your I BILL HENDRIX ___......,..... 1 15 13! 8 15 4 8 :5 14 6 5 2 1 7 1 :5 100 R. W. (BOB) MILNER
vote and support In the second pri- JOHN M McCARTY ..... ............ 16 20 3s' 18 29 ::3 59 41 22 2-1 29 5 1 15 4 23 36s: (Paid Political Adv't).
mary May 24th. The overwhelming JUt 1deCORVEY ...........__ 1 '3 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 11
endorsement the voters of my home SECRETARY OF STATE I Card Thanks

district No. 3 gave me I is proof that TOM ADAMS ..._.__..__.._ SilOS 9.a 40 69 29 S2 74 9 62 7S 12 7 36 8 55. 728E
, my district is with me. The vote in V. (GENE) FISHER ...._.... .. 92 ,124 164 96 41 2J 75 83 97 128 93= 8' 10 46 4 58 .list -

my home district, which is composedof THOMAS S FOUTS .................... 3' 19 6. 1 2' 0 4 5 2 5 4 1 0 0 3 8 63 My wife and I are deeply grate-
Hickstown and Greenville precincts ED HORNSBY ....._.,_ 9 22 20 11 4 5 10. ".10 4 8 8 1; ,0 4 1 13 147A ful for the innumerable kindnesses!
was as follows: 367' for !,GUS,LAIRD ......__ 20 29 13 5. 6 81ste 60. 11 1 11 1 3 3 3S 308 rendered during the illness of our'
GROVER C CONE and 187 for my J L JddIULLEN ._... JJiiJl.21t 69 88 38 U6 18 23. 4S 7 27 26 1.. 3 28 13 39 6221 I youngest son. Bobby entered the
run-off opponent i .wAINWRIGIIT :: : 19 13 8 9.2 5 9 1 13 9 0 0 1 2 10 109'YARDOROUGIf. Madison Hospital May 4th. was later

To those who did not support! ._...........,..... 8 14 10 5 4 2 6.4 3 IS 2 0 1 0 0 6 80 'transferred to the Valdosta Hospital -
tap In the first primary I have COMPTROLLER .. -- .. ., .. and after a remarkable recovery -
nothing but good will towards them, ,, 6"2U"'tr2" : 582, 222 '103-2-1"-ti18L06 ) 1 201 2:5SZ: is now at home.
1 'f GREEN .__.... ..... ... ,1 319. 332 188 21i'-' ;j .
and ask for their wpporr' .l'.t th. J -LEE. _. ..,....'...__...-....:._. .,,..:,,.; y47:. 75 73 30 6321.- .. SI 47 30 41 53 8.' ) 3' 23 .. 4 29. 605 God has been merciful to us and
M I pledge to continue serve AGRICULTURE COMMISSIONER we know that it is only through Him

you In an honest efficient and S BENSON BERGER ........__.__ 5 U 3 2 0 2 t 2 4 3 5 5 0.. 0 3 0 2 50 that our boy has responded so
courteous manner to the best of my LORAN V CARLTON '_'_ 8 21 U 9 9 5 .14 9'A 4 16 11 1 1 & 2 7 140 miraculously. Thank you for your

ability if you re-elect me.t" 1 DOYLE CONNER ....._....._...-... G4 100 lU 47 122 .2 Z..Ct 29 59 3S 1, 1' 19 16 73 781 prayers and other acts of love.
For more and better roads a I W R (BUSTER) HANCOCK .170 '253 276 16S 164 92 247 233 8.5 1rJ! 214 21:1: 2t 109: 18 loll 2-139 I, Sincerely,

progressive, economical administration CHARLIE RACE ........L....._...-;;.. 1 :5 4 1 4 1 1. 2 1 2 1 J 0 1 2 0 71 THE R. W.' (BOB) MILNERS
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of our county's affairs and CAREY REAMS ........__..___._ 8 Z 11 6 12 1. 10 22 1 10 6 3 0 3 1 11 1421, A DEFEATED CANDIDATE'SLAST
continued oo-operation with other STATE TREASURER WORDS

Board members and officials for AL CAlULL ........___._ .. .... 24 36 42 18 42'. 1n 14 26 16 18 231: 2 14 1 20 309 ,
the best interest Of EVERY SECTION ERNEST: E DOLL INS ....___ 28 00 3S 22 24 9 41 44 21 52 30 3 4 13 5 17 418. -

of Madison County I urge, J ED LARSON ............_........... 178 200 328 169 ,192 51 18S 203 73 182 16g 23 14 83 2188 2332 TO MY- FRIENDS OF TIlE 5th.DISTRICT .
you to RE-ELECT GROVER C WILLIAM 0 MURRELL JR. 21 32 23 11 22 11 16 23 12 27 19 3 0 6 2 9 237 OF MADISON COUNTY:
CONE County Commissioner, District RAILROAD AND PUBLIC To you that supported me in the
recent primary I will always "oevery
3, on May 24. UTILITIES COMMISSIONER .
Sincerely and gratefully yours HARRY MARKUS ......_.._----: 9 13 14<< 6 7 '1' 11 IS 4 l' 3 3 3. 04-h 2 3 107 grateful and indebted for your

GROVER C. CONE JIM BLANTON ........... ........-.224 3U 388 201 283 70 199 224 109 ill 224 16 16 116" 28 205 2888 confidence and support.
Paid political adVt) 39 10 34 26 14 1 9 2362 To my friends that did not support
( 1>WIN LEE (ED) MASON 22 45 32 21 1. 10 53
REPRESENTATIVE me, I want you to know that

THANKYOU GEO. W. JEWELL JR ....,.. ...... 39. 76 12 31 J19 18 31 21 .17 53 53 3 2 2614 27 612 I still love you and that I am not
A L (ROOSTER) LEGGETT JR 86 93 122 68 .103. 55 199 23S IS X139 100 36 8 43 6 113 1461 sore with anyone. I appreciate haying

OTIS R PEAVY ........_..........._.....::-: 1&6 299 279 150'5 111 58 105 89 63 1.15 173 1 15 fa 26 114 1851 : been elected to this office three
Thank you good people of Madison COUNTY JUDGE times. in previous elections.
county lor the fine vote. you I CURTIS D EARP ._... 178 256 319 159 let 121 211 280 9t 186 210 38 11 92 41 195 2651 I hereby pledge my full cooperation
gave me in the election May 3rd EDWIN L (EDDIE) FLOWERS- 101 230 162 108 138 26 72 68 48 12-1 133 2 10 10 .5 63 1360 to all law enforcement officers.I .
1 am proud to be an American
and for your many courtesies and SHERIFF
kindnesses during the campaign. BILL MACK HENDRY.. .....- 101 271 181 123 123 S4 141 138 5. 173 126 2 5 72 15 83. 1678 citizen and to live in the good old

I enjoyed meeting you and don't SIMltUE II MOORE .........___ 19. 239 307 150 216 P8 198 218 91 142 zn 38 23 95 31 17S 2m United States where we have free
elections and the majority rules.
feel too bad over my failure to TAX ASSESSOR ,
win. as the high man in our race ANGUS H ARMSTRONG .._........ 166 272 m 1GB 208 93' 182 181 88 223 237 30 20 114 23:01 2500 Gratefully yours
_..__ 137 51 81 100 10 46 20 56 mJ )(. S. (MIKE) LETCIIWORTIC
was only seven votes ahead of me HENRY J DICKINSON J12 2M 186 9S m .u 113 6 ,
(Paid Political Advertisement)
In our home to11.Vhenever I can TAX 'cOLLECTOR k
help you in any way, don't fan to J 1 (tKE) mrrro ...__ 6S 108 77 G3 105 46 10 .c8 43115.107 3 6 \ 29 21 23 93-
let me know. PAT MlLLINOR ...____....._ 211 389 413 209 232 os 263 298 99 196 m 36 21 13S 2S 238 3106 SRSappThanks
Sincerely and gratefully, SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
WILBURN T. DAVIS MRS LUCY GARDNER _.__..__ 98 'IS'S ,- 126 8262 21' 87 93 33 100 62' 11 9 19 7 43 1014
ARTHUR E RAGANS .157''' 260\: 308 lIS 23-1 74 139 133 30 158 2SS 21 12 129 17 190 2282 County VotersTo

THANK YOU W B (BAILEY) WYA'N ......._._ 26 51 43 19 36 :8 8t 83 17 50 19 5-4 9 20 23 579
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DIST 1 .
MARVIN E BASS _...__.__ -73 flC X127 66 116 88 as 82 54 105 119 8 7. 61 :r7IS 1216 my many friends of Madison
__ 193 12 1B7 183 JO. 20 86' 18 198 2-W County who supported me on May 3:
I want to thank all the good WILBUR G RUTHERFORD 203 322' 3t8 100 In 3& 111 I deeply appreciate: your vote and
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 3 ,
people of Madison County ,who
voted for LAMAR ANDREWS ......_.._.---108 161 226 102 131 .53 N 98 so 130 141 30 .5. 61 G 18 1480 support. I also deeply appreciatemy
me May 3rd. To those .
wh did there CROVER C COr. _..__ 121 J6i'"P lU 93 75 31 1B7 162 54 96 18 5..18 46 11 124 1409 many friends who could not see
<(: not. is no 111 will. 1
that \\ILBURN T DAVIS _.._.._ 31' 84' 76 S2 101 62 '72 103 26 S6 61 5 6r .u 23 3-1 8-9 tUb- way to support me.I .
know there lot of :
were a you sincerely hope that God will
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DIIT. 5
good people who didn't know me, to .
\\-ant'OU and CARY PHIU.tPS ...__...._........._. 53 12188 52 IOS: 7. 102 70 46 101 38 20 4 .19 26 43 9&1 bleat us alL *
good people to
find out about try COLEMAN RICHARDSON _._ 116 216 2M In 121 31 18 123 .u 133 200 13 11. 12% 14 141 1863F Sincerely. yours
me the next fouryears.
T (TEBO) WEBB .............. 3i: 89. 91 41 102 22 85 14 39 60 72 1 4. 23 6 43 795 S. R. SAPP.
(Paid Political Advertisement)
I thank MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD, DIIT Z
you again and I will tee
again in 1964. RUSS DUGAN ...___.._.............-.140 1&O'258 111 83 G, .65 82 11 U3 108. 1 15 51 It 138 1510 .
you Sincerely R W (BOB) KILNER r --- 123 2U. 210 116 219 61 192 188 :58 1.9.182 IS 9 t3 2S 9'1 1988 THANK YOU!

MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD, GIST 4 ..- .
F T WEBB
(Paid political adrt) WI! (BILLY) BAILEY ............. 162260',2:56: 13.;.137 n 165 167 ca'lS9)::"14&21, :0 93 11 143 2009 -
S R SAPP .___-- 91 186. 1M. ii1&t't' 181 a 11 138 64 124 134. '13 ". 4' 59 27 89 1609 I wish to thank my friends for
RADIO MONTH CONTEST JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DIIT I i r ,. their support and vote daring my

Valuable prises will be awarded JAMES HARRELL .._._._ 71 10 ( 1 154A race for Supervisor of Registration.I .
by WMAF to the winner of the L (ROOSTER) LEGCrn', sa ..., zo 284 .. 42': 576 appreciate e ryone'. being so'.
National Radio Month Contest which COMTAaLE. DIIT.1 '" courteous and kind. during my campaign -

Is In progress now The vrtaRer will WAYNE BURNE'1T' __._... .......176 229 .4., }: s k*1' "t ; ./ .u 447

receive a cottage for up' to oar J W (BILL) SMITH Ur...'.J.13.. '" ,, ,, ; : -. 20 277 V Sincerely
people for seven fun-filled day at CONSTABLE 01ST. 2 '.J. :. :: .. ? : .:;:: : '. =} W. B. (BAILEY) WYNN' '

t :Fontana Village in the "Seifks- GENE CLARK ....__. ...,.,... 106 51 "r ...d ., 23 180 (Paid Political Advertisemenl)
of North Carolina or ElBaer Viil- A E FRALEIGH JR ,_ ...........t, :80 151 l;' d("Io'; 26 463

ace, near Daytona on Florida's Eat CONSTABLE, 01ST. 3 .,.. ...w ," .."."'". ., ....1 Lamar Andrews will take a
Coast If for any reason Hie winner W C .'OR _...._._ 'of h.." 'mar _-_ < 1 :"i:';-." 'j' .J\C'.\ ', .' ''!l:, Itr 223 county-wide view of problemsif

can not take advantage of the eet ARTHUR WIt.J.tAJrtS __..'.", ..4.' ,, 101 "I.., H"-.t.1If..I.. x x...... 4 : ,- '"",. ,; 2 108 elected County Commissioner.
tare he or she will be given a COHITA.LL BIIT. 5 .. .. ,,11"q'<". ,',:., "; ,<' .,, ,',.", .. .' :" i- (.,.,, '
beautiful chaanelmaster tnulll.... JD; BISHOP ._. ,.:t "i2C t:... 4S: ,. :.,#'fif'.::., ,_>>.1' W :s. 75 37-2t
Portable Radio M anprize. lIes rie Jtt S (MIKE) LETCHW'Oft'IH' .it 125' 9& V!+ to.w 18 239 (Paid Political Advertisement)

For further details aim bile ALBERT 0 SISTRUNK __ 20. 233 30 467CONS7A4fLE J . . . .*
f exdttne contest! tote te WMAF. :. ....T. S I\\'" .-.- ..
or Call TEXAS *0*.* *W374tch ..... '.JESSE J'tEVELS r. ..... 1"' 1 151 OUR BUSINESS is helping! YOUR

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away May 14, 7 p. m. :


Saturday DOUBLE May FEATURE 14 Register today at MAC'S I I It

TENSION AT TABLE ROCK In f i u
Technicolor, starring Richard Egan,, Furniture and Appliance : 1
Dorothy Malone Coward or heroine
was haunted by hie black pas 3 I Company. I ,
'A man's faith and a woman's love: 4 ; HTOM H'
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could they make him live again'
In a moment the town would ex. I Improvements at 1 N 1I
plodet Should he stand or rune A
story of the western frontier. Packet
Catholic Church
with exciting action and adventure ,'

SURRENDER .HELL, starrincKeith -
) Andes. Susan Cabot. The stirring St. Vincent de Paul Catholic

true story of Blackburn's I church and has recently been repainted, For FREE Natural Gas" The Norman College Choir will render a special ser-
headhunters determined to fight od'c i a new ceiling Installed tne
vice of music Sunday evening, 7:45 p. m., at the First
walls have been i
attractively paneled
the Philippines. Could
to .save
I Church, in Madison
and handsome new carpeting has Baptist
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one man's leadership and courage installation sign voice choir is under the. direction of
stand off of Japs? been laid in the aisle and around up The twenty-two
an army enemy
'. I i' the altar. It presents a most attractive I .. Miss Marion E. Davis -,
Cartoon. GOODY, first chair trumpet appeaarancc. NOW! The public is invited to attend this special service.
Sun.Mon. Tues-Wed, May 15.16,17,18 -la'erith the Madison High School; \ (adv't)
,SOLOMON & SIIEBA In Tech. Band, will be one of two soloists; POLIO VACCINATION CLINIC
Tricolor 'starring Yul Brynner. Gina featured with the Madison High WEDNESDAY, MAY 18
J/rtlobrirJda. A fabulous story or band In its spring concert May 20
the Israeli desert and the events that In the MIlS auditorium. The pro- :
entitled THE NEW SOUND Lamar Andrews is far
took place, a thousand years before Cram NOT
the ..blrth of Christ, Including the will include semi-tlasslcal and popular 11be$4
love story of the world's most music. (adVUSign an even finer and better
LUCKY-
Vautiful woman and the world'swisest

snectacle..ruler.ever The to reach greatest the Biblical screen. NOW for free in- county. Vote for Mm 0cw1 UNLUCKYSPECIAL


Cartoon. stallatien of.Natural May 24th for CoetyCommissioner.
Thurday.Frlday. May 19, 20 th.

DOUBLE In HELL cinemascope BENT FEATURE and FOR"Eastman LEATHER color, Gas! ''H. : ) s FRIDAY The 13

airing Audie Murphy Fellda Fair. 37.2t-Pald PoL Advt
Their grief made them! eager for Mr and Mrs Carlos Clyatt had as
revenge. A store of how an Innocent guests recently 'their children, Mr LEE NEWS NOTES
victim almost became charged and .Mrs H R Fretweil Jr and ch11.d.ren.
with a false crime. Two reputations of Jacksonville and Mr and -
were at stake and only gun could Mrs R J Clyatt and children of Mr and Mrs Prentice Cherry went BARGAINS FOR LUCKY
solve them. Fast pace adventureand Atlapulgus, Ga. to Jacksonville Saturday for a
excitement -x- leek end visit with her parents
COUNTERPLOT, starring Forrest Mrs A II Armstrong is spendingsome Mr and Mrs McMullen and other
lovesores time in GalnelTllle1th Mr datives and friends. YOURECONDITIONED
Allison Hayes. A bov's
Tucker. and Mr and Mrs A E Ragans to :
murder-framed fugitive. lie and Mrs Richard Cunningham went "
a victim of ruthless plotters daughter Cindy. Adel Sunday to' spend the day : !:.
was the '
with their mother, Mrs Zula Ivcy, -
Sensation followsbreathtaking
seeking a fortune. who came back home with them
sensation, Cartoon'POLIO for a few days' visit REFRIGERATORS
VISITRuby's Mrs Lula Lamb went over to
VACCINATION CLINIC Live Oak for a week end visit with
WEDNESDAY, ,MAY 18 Mr and Mrs Oscar. Greenland
Fabric ShopAT family. -" : \ y *.
Mr and Mrs Carlos\Clyatt returned Mr and Mrs Billy McMullen and

Sunday from Gainesville Clyatt's 'Brother, where, they Mr NEW LOCATION son Teddy came from Jacksonville fl r LLLi.
visited Mrs
Friday night for a visit with the
Ixaac. Jones, who: is...quite ill. 2 doors from the Bank on South L L McJIullens and the ZackAndrcwses. '
'.:::)oc=::> <:::)oc t;lange Street In Madison, Florida *?>
nST 'ABRICSNOTIONSPATTERNSTomlinson Mr and Mrs S E Whltiy went Philco Used Refrigerator $59:95
Goodyear .eS to Baldwin Sunday for.a visit with :
their son, Calton Whitt), and family.
670 x 15, All Weather, tube-type, RubyrVITES All went on down near Keystone Used
plus tax and recappable tire. Heights to Lake Brooklin for a Westinghouse Refrigerator $69.50
HER FRIENDS AND THE peed the day with Mr and Mrs
FUBLIC TO COME IN TO HERr'FW E A Dempsey of Jacksonville at
7' MESSER LOCATION, PREVIOUSLY their Camp on the lake. Other : General Electric Used Refrigerator $79.50
OCCUPIED BY It STICKLER'SSTORE friends of Jacksonville were there
& Tire Co. FOR MEN too. A pleasant day was enjoyed :
Battery by all and about five o'clock al : Westinghouse full width Freezer $89.50
left for home, hoping to meet apln. ; ;.
o0t:: =::::>o000004': They really have a nice cottage ;

Uicre with DV all Burkhcad conveniences.Mrs : Kr. Betty i General Electric full) width Freezer $89.50-

Burkhead and Miss Ramona Bur k- 4 *
TL THANK YOU head of Jay, Fla. are guests of Mr ; -=. ,
: : and Mrs C C Brannan for a few 1 : CHECKTHESE FREEZER BUYS

days while on a tour of the state. . ..
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Among those attending the Bible

Voters of Florida .. vacation Tuesday of workshop last week In Live were Oak airs 14 cu. ft. Chest Crosley Shelvador $98.50

Fred Wilsky Mrs Marie Park. Mrs

A E Kagans, and Mrs. Albert CampbelL 13 cu. ft International Harvester New Unit $139.50

-t1 To the more than 400,000 citizens Mr and Mrs J L Humphries and .... .
called
zhildren of Tallahassee were
whose votes carried me to a first .* tJ here Monday to be with her father, .' REBUILT WASHERS-YEARS OF SERVICE'
t Mr Rube McOamma: who is seriously
J primary victory for the office of J ly In the local hospital .

State Treasurer, I wish to express ft. Mr Clifford Ragans and two'ends to Famous MAYTAG Wringer
I:" ; t 1'- came Sunday afternoon $69.50"tt;
profound\ and heartfelt thanks: r accompany his wife and baby to t
my their home in Cocoa from a

rv":"" ... .I appreciate- your approval-of my .' *. : tYaldron*eeks visit C Ragans here with and Mr Annell and Mrs and Automatic Westinghouse $$12950? :
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: record and the type of campaign I Zarlyle. .
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].4 conducted. t..... L Mrs J 0 Wade is visiting her Visit Our May Big Sale Value.
To you and all the citizens of f Brother and sister-in-law. Mr andItn
t.-J D L Weeks in Windemcre.
Florida I pledge a continuation of The Gordon Williams hardware
'- u (tore at 202 S Range is being extensively Festival
,*!<'. the policies of efficiency and.. in2ffvar -" ;. : remodeled. .... M ,
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: 'tegrii' that have marked. the ad- ..POLIO VA X (NATION Q1'EDNtSDA IC "';
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f' !jriljBflniwrauonJbf" Edwin Larson lor, W Q r J1AY 18 Now Going On.- Easy Pay '
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NFJC COMMENCEMENT AND Mr and Mrs J T Brinson and: Mother's Day with Mr and MrsJ
THANKS Y'ALL! Station
Opens -Mwes
vaccination clinics for alJ J I BACCALAUREATE' PLANS four children o2 Pinetta spent j T Brinson, Sf at t dvme. Ga...
be held ID ANNOUNCED t .
will
people, of all ages, .
Madison County on. WEDNESDAY. Bus Stop I t' .f' -' I -- ---
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The clinics will be held 'from 3 __:!$ 4mi \ Dr Marshall Hamilton recently II I
to C pm at ALLEN building 1 In ; p4, Kirk Pittman is Weninj jihe, ailS announced the program for North
Pinetta; WHITTY' STORE lit Lee; 4 Uon, Base and UIanctkSU and Florida Junior fCblleg' 'tlrst bac- I

and in Cherry Lake arAusthnJones i 4f invites former customers and friends calaareatfr and commencement
Garage at Cherry Lake C'bssroadt to drop by to see him. The baccalaureate service will be
IN MADISON GREENVILLE / H'Y R May 16 the Bui ;Stop will move x
.. held Sunday, May 29 at 2:30 p mat
the Clinics} will last 'all Day.1v'lAr. to.this station
13, at the offices of..: Drs. Harrison the First Baptist Church in
& DuRant and Drs. Coggins and The Junior Woman's dub will Madison with Dr W C Stiracener, # aI

Brinson in Madison, end at officeof y %# have their installation banquet at, editor of the Florida BaptIst'Vit. a

Dr King in Greenville. 8 o'clock Saturday night. May 14., ness* delJ\"ft1nr the baccalaureate
At the vaccination clinics, a donation at the '\'omanCJub, sermon.
of $1.00 a shot will be I
,The graduation exercises will
asked from all those able to make
Woodard Theatre was. repainted take place at 10 a m June 4, and _
such a donation, but no one will) 1 this week. :
will also be held at the First
be turned away if unable to afford tb
KirCHEN Baptist Church in MatHson. The
the donation. and eOeryone'ho CABINETS _
comes will receive( shot of the COUNTER commencement address will beRiven r _- _
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Sulk vaccine, {Mri Charles Knox by President Kenneth I .I
county chalrmai Nf the mtional t S G-E APPLIANCES I iSkapd of ChJpola Junior College. Camp Smith. Hawaii I iFHTNC Col II D Adams, Camp Com
Foundation, stated.I v I There; will be 42 graduates Clarence I Handle/ receives his mander made the presentation April
Remember The date WEDNES- tuner 'NFJC earning Associate in warrant of promotion to Marine 12.

DAY, MAY 18. {t.,., ,. ', I I want to thank all my friend I II .Arts degrees, Associate In Science Staff Sergeant while serving with Before enlisting in July 1052,
_. I who gave me such a splendid vote !' degrees ami certificates. the Pacific Fleet Marine Force head.quar1el'f Handley graduated from Greenville
Friends regret MjvG H McCIamma d o' 1 ., 1' .
and my mother thanks all those Camp H M Smith. Hawaii. High School. .t
was taken quite 111 'Monday and is .. ,. -
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who did not vote. /or me. MAYBE ,. < .
a patient in the' local hospital.x TWO YAR<5 FROM VOW MY ..,
,FRIENDS AND' MY MOTHER'S ::
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and Florida Davis of
Misses
Judy
FRIENDS WILT. .( Hr /JQG1'TJUR: 1t. ...,
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Mercer University rpent the 'week Seo In 196." .be <
'yoa- Villaltrays HOME .' ',
end and Mother's Day here with grateful THIS I 7 ntPHILCO < ..it f .
their parents, Mr and Mrs W II Sincerely' your friend y ,. ,j

Davis Jr. f GEORGE W..JEWELL, JR. ... .
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Mrs H D Warnock had as week : ,

end guests her daughter Mrs: YOUR
CAN BE HOME I .
Everett Flournoy ,&" daughter, Mrs i THANK YOU :
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ns George and twin sons, of i .
] Macon, Ga.Robert : t : 0 '
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D Walker j I just my don't grateful knows feelings words for to express the- I .. f..['.1

!good 01d'Ote I received for

Thanks Voters County Commissioner in District -- -- - w

'5, May 3rd. And I also want you uJ :
fill to know I really and truly do
I want to thank the voters bf I.
certainly feel good toward ht
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District 8 for electing me their cyery
constable on May 3rd, and to assure I'body as a whole for the kindness 1, ..
them that I will be ever grate shown me during my campaign,
ful for this honor. 1 appreciate the and I hold no malice toward any r

many courtesies ,shown me during .
the campaign and congratulate (my one.I aria Just sorry I' did not get!

good opponent on the high-type the privilege to show:'the good
campaign he conducted. For those people of Madison county \the' sei>
who could not vote for me, I Have
Vice I bele'e1th all mj lieart
, nothing but the best of good will.
for and mind to be in store for the.. .;..
confidence Again thanking expressed you in me on election your people. I still solicit your prayers. ..
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day I amGratefully Since the votes are gone let's : :::: "

i yours, all hold together and help movingon :7T. I ,
ROBERT D WALKER for a better Madison County. ..
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: Madison Restaurant 37.2t-OO-- -- .The "DIXIELAND". one of Jim Walter's NEWEST,-.1'>" .homes'
at a price' of only $2995. cash or'low' low monthly pay
NFJC PLANS BANQUET / ", .
ments. -a ,
1 will be I ,;:f .. -
Restaurant AND PROM '
Madison .. "r. TeWorld'ahioet<< : t S ; ,::1--dP.. :..,.J.F _.", 't".t' ...... ,'1..cf,...J.
dosed to the public at 7 o'clock Powerful, Ii' .. :

Friday evening May 13, be- Parle-vous francais (Do j'DU < Host Beautiful i. 1. i. }i "
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of the Annual JuniorCollege speak French?) If you don't and Transistor : .,/ .' I. 4\ I.
cause plan to attend the North Florida '"
Banquet being served Junior College banquet and prom ",.....,......,.. Philco TRANSISTOR with: the purchase of(tany-Jim .
I ..! Walter home. That's right folks,.. From now until
there. then you had better learn or bringan 's.P. ;\

Open Saturday morning as interpreter with you becausethe .-'= = d' .,:Midnight, May 21, you will receive FltEE'bfnoex- ..' .

usual. theme for the e'cnlngx Is '. 4r-;; .--.....!T.... tra cost, a beautiful Philco Transistor when you:buy.

definitely French Le Salson t' : ,, .'s_. any of Jim Walter's Brand NEW models. So. HURRY ,.'.. ,

The Register family reunion Is d'Amour The Season of Love). ,..a ..a.c..c..Ih L! 1"..r ..". . Don't I let this offer slip past you. ,.

being held at historic Wayfare At 8 p m Friday, May 13, the .FJwe T.......,. -1
church near Stockton, Ca, May 15th. messieurs and mademoiselles oi h M-S *F/ n..ow .
the Sophomore class will', gather NOTHING FINANCING .1
in the Madison Hotel- Restaurant == DOWN 100% !

for what promises to be (although : ; fir
STOCK CAR RACES we can't be sure until the menu is : ; Jim Walter uses only TREATEDj Framing Lumber in f

translated Into.English. ) a delightful ;', .; '" every. home. This lumber is Chemically treated .with I.

niUNDERBOWLSPEEDWAY meal.' "" .. ( t .SODIUM BI-CHROMATE: and assures some protection : '

4* The prom (the shortened form ; ; against termites. and has an anti-stain treatment :;;
for the French word, promenade) ... ,' ,
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will begin. a( 8:30 p m in the
Madison 1'Voman'i' Club. It will be So' RITE TODAY Ask for our FREE brochure showing! ..

seml.fonnal1tl1:; music furnishedby 14 different models. And don't Forget! . Get your ,

EVERY SATURDAY FIGHT 0 Henry and the Ryder ssrrrd. \.45 letters in by Midnight, May 21 and receive FREtS your ':

(Weather Permitting. ) Itis doubtful:.that the NFJC J' .,. ." we'gh Philco Transistor when you purchase any Jim Walter .
only
group will erect' an Eiffel Toweron Home, HURRY. take advantage of this tremendous ; ;
f Time Trials 7:00'PM the Court House 'In 12 ounces l .. .1
square _.. .. offer WRITE or CALL COLLECT TODAY1' ''
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First Race 8:00 tPM. Madison, nor is !it expected: thatthe .' I

ADMISSION $1.25 Suw s%mce Rh'crill be renamed -
the River Seine for the

,Children Under 12 Admitted Free) evening; but the atmosphere fop '
t. the :.evening of May 13ill bej JIM WALTER
MOTORCYCLE RACES
j' 'r typically )French 'for 'the studentsat !o'I; "

Beginning Sunday, May 8th.Every North Florida Junior College.

2nd & 4th, Sunday. thereafter tRace Bevis Grocery-on--the Mayo Road ,; VALDOSTA, On U. S. 41, one block North of the city limits

Time 2OOP.: M. was, repainted. recently.. ; J. .. "
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i J GEORGIA CHerry 24)391 or write P. O.Box 1203, Valdosta Georgia. ...... '

Admission $1.00Turn Fir Quality Fmitire I ........__... ". .,.., H... .. .i f!
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Frifiibke Apptwces to lot................ ,
./' '.-t .' I Man to the offlc* ft..ttd yott. a7 .D( Address _? I t
left 5 north of Valdostaat '$'./If' '
miles ZENITH T-V's '... ; f JIM WAITER CORPORATION Please send fl'atur..h..D *" N' : .
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Mineola take right turns for 4 SIMMONS & RESTONIC BEDDING |v
miles to?theThi FLOOR{, CQVERING : ( t' I I Sntertstfrd In owning a JSa Wafttr Please bcrt rtprttentafrvt. Directions route -' I :-

t. I L-(1gI_. and:would 1&e more '!"-.t---!.1"" ........ co8onm...;......::\..........P] ___, 'L ., m I .''rt -' -, .
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FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK JLl CAI'E DAB .
'WESTERN AUTONORTH :

J YOUR ftoaj; A ;
FLORIDA TRACK Ho.YI ( i' Ompanv I
TEAM WINS HONORS I _
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The North Florida Track Team ANMAt
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made an Impressive showing recently .. .
: LEE TinGPEN, of Greenville, do
at the First Annual Knights Op

of Columbus Relays held at St N11 fM 0 ,ww you read the Fisherman's Calendar? .
Leo's Abbey in San Antonio, .Flori rfNi + .
da. NFJC scored a total of 16
points and won the Knights of
Columbus Invitational Mile trophy i
:.:c team came' out first In the COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR
IfT yard dash second In the fOR.THI WUKMAY'IS MU MAY 22.
knhjhts of Columbus mile-the r
f 1 ore event, third in the 884yard ,, It Teas Ar Gcb 1'11.r.u.. Wi.a >M lite eat"
dash, second in the 220 yard )
dash fourth in the broad jump,' r ; ...... SUN MON WE WED THU FRI SAT SUN ,
I I I I 22
and fifth in the shot put. Coach 15 16 17 18 19 20
Louis C Thompson, Jr, remarked : = ,. );0 0 Q Q __ --- ,
RRIL tit!, (s 506 6:00 6:5-1 7:46 8:34 9:21: 10.-07 10:&3 t
that "in the first track meet the
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NFJC team with only four boys r

entered, did an excellent job. 1
The NFJC team, composed of OPTEM CALLED CAT SQUIRREL BECAUSE U\ % #i Clacker the Fish Bettor the Day for Flshlrg
Ttcmcr 'Hutchinson of Madison, OF ITS WHINING CALL THAT SOUNDS LIKE Vjjv A
THE MEW OF A CAT-LIVE THROOLTT V S
Russell Smith of Madison Art p
FLORIDA IN TOWNSPARKS HARDWOOD
Singletary of Perry, and Dennis'111ler /
FORESTS ANPTHE EDGES op PINE
of Greenville, competed wooaS- FLORIDA HUNTERS
against 46 athletes from St Leo's SPEW MORET/ME KOWARD3TUDSTILL

Abbey, Central Florida Junior Col- HUNTING SQUIRRELS ,t, 85.
lege in Ocala, and Orlando Junior THAW ANY OTHER 6NdE SP S -
College. ,
The record for each NFJC contestant FLORIDA GAME AND FRC SH WATER FISH COMMISSION_. :I

was: Remer Hutchinson, first t Lumber company t
place in the 100 yard dash, tied for t., '
second place in the 220 yard dash 1I

and fourth place In the running 1 iS t : : 36106Madison, t
Wane
broad jump; Russell Smith, tied for HU '
second place in the 200 yard dash 1 1r
and fifth place In the shot put; Art I ------ t.
Singletary, sixth place inthe 440 --- : I Notice To BiddersThe Rev O'Neil MeCulkwgh has re-< The Madison Braves will play 2nd. PRIMARY CANDI- ,
yard dash; and Dennis Miller secondin II turned from a business trip tot I Montteello Dodgers baseball team DATES: May 24 will soon be I

the Knights of Columbus mile I' Santa Tecla, El Salvador, C A. Sunday' May 15 at 3 o'clock at the here Please let us have your ]
(the event that won NFJC Its The Time Is Now! To Board of Public Instruction of and at present is here with his Madison County Training School. Ii lost-minute message to the ,

trophy), third In the 880 yard dash, Madison County }Florida will receive sons James Lester, O'N'eil Jr.
and fifth place in the 440 yard dash.. your Powerpurchase sealed bids in the Board Room of and Alfred, living with his mother voters by MONDAY Thanks. t
fix: said Board, County Courthouse and sisters, Mrs A H Hemphill and Misses Lucile and Eva McCullough. '' ThE E-R.

Mower at Western Auto: Madison, Florida, for furnishing of ....
Do It Yourself
all labor and materials to construct:
Classroom Building {
RENT ,A Store.Friends. : Suwannee River Junior College .i
I (Phase 1)
Fast Foam Madison Florida 'I

... .,.,,, (--y/-////-" / ..r-----/ I Bids for the project will be received I- TO THE VOTERS
"" J. until 9:00 a. m., June 1, !
..." ; .f- of James A McCullough. 1960. at which time they will be I (4rr :: t." .,_
'} t 4f11 < publicly opened and read In the -
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E will be interested to learn he has
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b"'een Service' Board Boom, Counjy courthouse OF ',.
Traffic
t promoted to -
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Madison Florida. ,. : *
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Agent with CUnchficld R R Co, "
qw Drawings, Specifications, General I
ahd has been transferred to SpanI -
:! Conditions Instructions to Bidden j :
t anburg, S C. He was here for a and Form of Proposal may be -obtained
I Mother's Day'islt with his from the Office of the Architect MADISON- '

k'T' !mother.. ,Mrs A II Hemphill. Emit G. Ball 6208 Arlington ,
w I
C Road Jacksonville 11 Florida and ,
: -x- all bids made in accordance therewith -' -
B j \
'The', Sam Sale, Albert Waldrep: I
obtain
General contractors may
Howard Fletcher families enjoyed -
and ,
two sets of drawings and spedfications
a family reunion at the' by making a $ao deposit for'I COUNTYA
1 Waldrep home in Lovett Sunday. thte project which will be refundedto ,
those firms making bona fide I
w bids when drawings and specifica-\,
Free prizes given tIens are returned In good condi-i n nBonn.
General contractors not subs!:
Clean Your RugsUpholstery milting a bona fide bid must return BIG MAJORITY OF THE VOTERS OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL '
14 7 '
: away May p. m. the drawings and specification!
ten or more days,before the date set CIRCUIT HAVE CLEARLY
INDICATED A DESIRE
FORA
And Register today at MAC'S for receiving bids In order to recehr -1

Phone HU 3-2385 may obtain the refund.complete Material lets only dealers of CHANGE IN THE OFFICE OF CIRCUIT JUDGE. THE VOT-
Furniture and Appliance drawings and specifications for $20

Western Auto Store per set which must be returned tenor ERS HAVE INDICATED A DESIRE FOR A YOUNGER MAN
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inoroer
.. Company. more days prior to bid opening
MADISON, FLA. I to receive a refund. General
FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE.
contractors may obtain additional .
complete sets at $20 per set under
.
the same conditions of refund asset
J forth above for General Contractors .,
LION M Additional drawings may ON MAY 24th > ; ..(
1 be procured through the Architectby
BRAND FREE FLOWING Contractors arid Material Deal
era upon payment of cost of reproduction

AMMONIUM LION ; able. which..will not be refund : And '

NITRATE A certified or cashier's check or Uote jrof Support- .
in .
Polled bid bond properly executed -I .
FERTILIZER sum not less than 5% of base bid
payable to the Board of Public
The low-cost solid nitrogen fertilizer 9 AMMONIUM Instruction must accompany each
GUARANTEED 33.5* Nitrogen proposal as a guarantee that the
Bidder will promptly enter into
GUARANTEED to flow freely-not ; NITRATE agreement to do the work and furni -j I
h a performance bond in the sum I Samuel S. SmithYOIJNGEiEflGETI
fox just a year, but until
usedFERTILIZER ,
of 100% of the contract Each: j
when you follow storage directions proposal when submitted must be
on the bag. ; clearly marked on the CO'erith
the Bidder's name and the name
ct the project. The Board reserves -I'
the right to reject any or
all bids, and to waive any Informali C-CAPABLE
ties. j
& THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

11&IRS FLORIDA.BY MADISON COUNTY

GRIFFIN BISHOP SecretaryTO HONEST AND DEPENDABLEPaid
BE PUBLISHED:
f May 6. 13. and May 20, I960.>>
CO INC.
IMPLEMENT
BUSINESSMEN Don't let your ( Political. Adv. by Samuel S. Smith)

NUS-2291 ifl'J (I/ FLORipa customers forget you! Keep 'em
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I .... BUCKHALTBARTLA.E ENGAGEMENT "Too late To Classify"FOR : >>. a Guaranteed, ''I Georgia Red Sweet I:at Audrey 8 p. m.Newman Monday Circle May,16 will, at meet the

APPROACHING MARRIAGETrT:9vi4\ home of Mrs D D Morris.with Mrs

SALE: Iron pea, 84% germi USED APPLIANCES Potato Draws. Check Griffin Bishop and Mrs C M
nation. Also, ear com, yellow Duie as co-hostesses.
CARL SMITH, Rt 2, Madison
I Florida. 37.2t.pdFOR REFRIGERATORS withE.M. MAY at' LATEST HITS .

SALE: Four grown geese,'I II
four 2f3( grown gt't"Se.WI sell I AND t Vickers Implement Co.

: reasonably. L, F TERRY. Madison '

Fla, 1% miles cast of Pinctta.I'I I emma The North Florida Junior College .
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I Chorus Is giving two perfor-
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FOR 'SALE: CaterpUlar Bulldozer I mances. On May 12 the group appeared L P ALBUMS SPIRITUALS
*elL $1,500. A good buy. ADAM' School. On May 18 the Chorus Smith Drug Store
t WEISZ Rt 3, Madison, Fla. I ,' .
sill appear at .the ).\Iadtson.Rotary
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4t JLI RENT: Four-bedroom house.I'' NOW for free
j L SULLIVAN:: 37-it-pd Sign in-
'I 1t;. For The Best Quality.vj-: .
__ H iy ktitn FOR RENT Cherry or Lake.SALE conveniently: Modern homeIn located -I. stallation of Natural ,,", \, -. '.::.- .: '

on nice size lot MRS JOE, I ReUphoIsteringat ) ,
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DEMBLVSKI, Rt 3, Madisoa I Gas! $ ...t..1." ...
37-lt-ch : the most reasonable prices
JL / ANYWHERE, ';'
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart. GREENVILLE. BAPTIST "f'' ,.' ; '""
ment. Close up town at 115 E CHURCH .NEWS : .... ;
Rutledge St. Mr or Mrs LARRYPiXSON ", \.. .'; t1: \L'\ ..

/ Madison Cleaners Phone i The Greenrille Baptist church wilt

X', 'b .. y'. IIU 36424. 37-lt-ch, climax their REVIVAL with a :, .. .. .". \.'',''
t.y w /y HOMECOMING Sunday May 15th. U
-- SALESMEN WANTED The REVIVAL is being conductedby ,

,; ; Mr and Mr Cecil Edward Buckhaltof i Rev W H Reed of Tucker. Ga. tt,..,,.' : ..j
WANTED: Man for profitable' a minister of wide. experience and 9 a ,y 1
Lake Florida ",
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Cherry ,. \
the engagement and Jlawlcish Business In'MadUon Co.1 fruitful pastorates.The I t
announce Good living at start See Frank I special music is very good. .
approaching marriage of their daughter, .
Matsey, P. O. Box 74, AnthonY.I Miss Suzanne Strupp is in charge. ., *' Miss' .. Carmen Marie Buckhalt or write Rawlcfgh't Dept FAE-I of the Carol Choir which consist j j
to \i 140-101 Memphis, Term. of older primaries and juniors. The ..I d., 'I
pt Fred L Bartlam :May 13, 27, June 3, pd Church Choir also sings each night Call fe: Write : t. :,: <

son of Mr and tin George Bartlam, and helps lead the congregation in J

1, ?, :?, \.. ,of Route 2, 'Madison, Florida. f ,.fI- WAITRESS Commission\V A.CHUCK"TED. Salary\V AGON.37.1td1 and singing. MRS. C. M. PLANT '" .
The wedding will take place Sunday, June 26 1960 .. '
rilorry St., Madison
At Cherry Lake Baptist Church. G-E Appliances
Three-thirty o'clock In the afternoon. Need contact man {in this area. Phone IIU :3-6650 4 : t, .

Miss Buckhalt is a graduate of the I960 class at Madison Someone not afraid of hard work Howerton Supply Co. ;',1. IloursrD to. 11, 12 to 3:30'r'' '\ J' ..' -.. .".. '1
High. School, at Madison, Florida long hours. Strictly Commission. Exclusive Representing *.. r-' .
Pic. Bartlam 'is a'pradnatc(of the 1959 Class, of Madison territory. Must have car. "

High School and is'stationed |t Camp: Lejeune\' North Carolina at tithe tall CH '2. 91. Valdosta Ga.37.2t h Vote For SOUTHLAND FURNITURE tr., t t!7
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United States Marine. Corp Base. '', ,"' \VIlO RE-UPHOLSTERINO, .
No ,invitations...1 r ... being sent but all relatives and friends \V A "TED.tan or woman for ; .
.:. .L Box 311 S. Forrest St. ,
are invited. -, .* fill.- :'Write morning Box paper 570,route:Madison.In Madison.36-ltpd : GROVERC.CONEiCounty ..4',,,,, E,. .., f""phone.1001 CH 2-4d7o' ""q' .. .t' ,
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2nd. PRIMARY CANDIDATES BABY CUNNINGHAM Commissioner ,- : < S ALD.0.STA. GEORGIA'ALL : 4'.,.,' ',. ... '
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24'-will be ,LqST: Billfold containing important i -- "4 I ... .... .. .. ., ,
: May soon 1' papers and identification. .' WORK ...... ....","-
Richard
Mr and Mr Cunningham
iere. Please let us have your the Please return to Auf Zipperer & District 3 Guaranteed '
Gainesville announce arrivalof O: M Unconditionally .r Ir... r',1; 1 t
last-minute to the receive reward
message a baby girl Wednesday May NODO'VS MONTHS PAY f
PAYMENT TO
.voters by MONDAY.\ Thanks. 11, The baby is the granddaughter LOST: Female pointer puppy, seven' 'iMadison County Fla. ."'. r! r .
THE, E-R. of, Mr and Mrs A H Armstrong months old, color white and liver ,
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of Madison.TO tick answers to name of Dolly. -\- --tQ'.
Finder please notify JAMES \;
Friends of Sarge Davis will be : '/.
SALE, Madison Fla. 36-lt-ch:
clad to learn that he is improving .. :
from an operation at Moody Field ATTEND MEETING f ,, S"-..
and Georgia Rod Spotato plants, .
Hospital expects an early re ,
IeLu e. Drs Marshall Hamilton, President :2.50 per 1.000. Anywhere, anytime.J. :
of NFJC, and John E Sands. L SURLES & SONS MERCURY'S .. '";
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Dean of Instruction, will attend

FLYING ANTS a meeting of the Florida Association ThEVEAThER\

of College Presidents and ,. ,
MAY BE Deans this Friday, May 13, at a r. '
Week ending May 10th, 1960 I "

TERMITESORKIN Wakulla Springs. .Wednesday Max.78 Min 61 RL.00 .-c,I.." ..,.' .

J L Sullivan attended the Federal ;Thursday 82 57 .00 I! iRi ... 'f'
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Friday 83 .00 ... :
:
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+k. Land! Bank meeting In I>a.-tona. ,
i IS 1 w r yNk
80
Saturday 64 .74
Beach yesterday. / 'LIST PRICE 41k
Sunday 72.53 T t
Monday '48 .00
For Finwhire .
.. ;' .,Quality Tuesday f-75 \ 66 IjOl

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TOTAL 1.73
Frigidaire Appliances
Rain, wind, hail thunderstorm .. p' .
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ZENITH T-V"s Tuesday night about 930.
SIMMONS & RESTONIC BEDDING Rainfall week ending May 7th at $
Call FLOOR COVERING Gibson Tower 2.30 In. Lmett Tower
Collect 3-434 4 hTailaassee 2.00 in, AudlU Tower 1.10 in [f

Wells Furniture Co. lr.Madison forestry headquarters. 1.40 ,. : LOW26' ,; .:;,;' '

:MADISON FLORIDA 7-21 Sun pm.Moon rites. May 13th 5:41 am ,tcts w t.:

rises May 13th 10:10 pm. iNCLUDING FINE-CAR' .
Moon in constellation of Scorpio w.

ATTENTION FARMERS! May 13th. YOU MUCH, !MUCH _, ": I,
High tide May 13th at St Marks .. : '
light 3:44 am. f. f &
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SUPPLIES MIDWAY MOTHERS l i For a smoother, q ride 7' to longer wheelbase, 447 to.494' ktuefes

cS DAUGHTERS BANQUETThe tires and.bigger rear springs. For ", .t
HERE I. pounds more weight, plus larger
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compartment, up to 652
YVVA's of the Midway Baptist your comfort A more spacious passenger
church had ,their Annual cubic inches more foot room for center-seat passengers, de luxe 't t
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.. High Quality Merchandise-At\ Lower Prices Mothers Friday right and May Daughters 6th. banquet 1.j. interiors wall-to-wall carpeting, greater visibility (up to 21%.more ,_;1! If ';

The Most Complete Farm Supply.Store In Madison The long table COwith a ;glass area). Come see and compare. Get our deal on the better low- .

Congenial People to Tl"adeVitlt: and linen spring cloth wan flowers centered arrangements.with fern .price car._.Mercury.__ for_ 1960. .$appwhi b'.n r plc..,d,rp. ,,,? '': .ff ''!.
ao..M bat Iwo WAi+.w a W "MV,.. 1 .
Any Services We Perform or' Any; Merchandise We With candelabra vantage points, r' C 'i' .i

Sell .Guaranteed",. .''...... '. .' ; ( soft setting candlelight lor the formed banquet the beautiful ..'r".. :"';$1.- ; 'L t \

We offer Custom Dlllllr>R, Custom Spraying FRM Fee s.-}'ield The* menu consisted of Southern --
and Garden Seed Hardware & Farm Supplies Insecticides Field fried chkken, string beans, potato c I Iit
salad, rolls, cole slaw, 'cake and Ii,1
added -
Agronomiit Services, and a new department has been I
iced tea. ft"ra it
A Homevand ,:Garden Center Catering to the Ladies Who' Take Nine tfrU and their leader Un _
:Pride in' their YARDS, Flowers and Shrubbery-Come By and Avis Rae Cothran were the hostesses itt t ta

',,grade, With Us YO. DR NEIGHBOR.. DOES -. -for'.about.- twenty t __ fl'mothers.- "9 t

I POLIO VACCWATIOHWEDNESDAY. cLI i

CAVE.OW ,' MAY 18
r I lilLi MILTON .

.. _Elzsati. | Georgia Red Sweet :". a a L .


_Aa a I Potato Draws, Cfeck : M- \
;HARDEE MOTOR COfl. :
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h U3-t56/rr 1V-ders.ImpIeMt J,' : :r Madisont I l '
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( -Polio Vaccination-- Clinic May 1ST.




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FLASH!

:" To The People of r: ;'::: --.q Word' IJ I .1&':&' Vote'For, Experience .'.: ,
reached bcrtf.*t noon Thursday -
that Woodrow Gibson prominent -
Madison t
',: County Madison citizen 'died in Jack.
..; < \ sonvUle Thursday. morning. He HE ELECT I'-
died of a heart attack in Baptist
Thank you for the confidence .,, "
you have shown by re-electing: me t I Hospital :
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: and as your grateful Tax Collector.heart, I With will try a full to Natural Gas Sign-Up HAL W. ADAMSi'J ::
serve you in such a manner as
.' ", to merit this compliment. ,
...., Sincerely, Campaign,Now On .
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PAT ntILLINORReturn r s xURCU1TJUDCE
Your
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-_ Gai is now on In. Madison .
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r'' City Hall has arranjrdilbr the .' _
I Junior Woman's dub to,canvass the t -
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i! t I town to secure the $!>' advance deposit ...-" ( 111 /''" r
:. The balance'of the deposit. # : .
w- : $j j$1 0111 be collected when gas is
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'.I i 'connected. The total deposit of $15 I
I t is returnable when service is discontinue ,
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OTISR.PEAVY EWE [ Residents ,who \ ,
J put up '.'
', the $5.00 deposit Jn advance",wHl "' .tlllJptL, f'A. .. ( t W:ltt'.}. .t'l f

I Le Construction given free Installation.bids will be opened 1"....... ... THANK YOUFOR -"Ifi' '
May rr. 'llevenue c'certificates. will .
as be sold ,about June 14th by the J
City's fiscal agents, Lftdy"htelcr,
I and Alleman.It ,
is expected that construction
State' I begin sometime in Jane. "
Representative "
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I i- POLIO VACCINATION CLINIC : A SPLENDID VOTE
WEDNESDAY, MAYa381"**> n''tr'
, He is Not Endorsed, by .
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For a progressivecounty '-'

Any Political Clique vote for I Lainar ; I l sincerely invite everyone to actively join (1rtt r'

Ik Man Yw hew .

" Andrews f for County .+n.' *' Jn the campaign to re-elect Hal W. .Adams ..:" .
HE WILL SUPPORT A MOSQUITO CONTROL PROGRAM .
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: FOR :MADISON COUNTY. Commissioner.. ; '. ,11"11. "'yW: Circuit .J D dg e.. 'p.. :....A11Ift .' '': ,-,.'ru/I.. iQ.!..
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TELEPHONES "1 .,,, ,. ,.
FOR ,
HE WILL SUPPORT RURAL 37-2t.Pald. po.-tfAK"'rt.. .,., "l(. .t. u. i4J j
MADISON 'COUNTY. ,.,f.. ,.,. .t.'"" r -
\ HE WILL FIGHT ANY REAPPORTIONMENT PLAN e?;:
r THAT COULD COST MADISON COUNTY $175,000 .. Let muffler f 'and l lai '

PER YEAR IN LOSS OF RACE TRACK FUNDS. j MAL'WR
pipe experts check yourexhaust ADAM"HS.
HE WILL WORK FOR LOWER RATES ON LIABILI

, INSURANCE FOR OUR AUTOMOBILES. system*: free!!

I sincerely believe my experience in four sessions of the
Legislature, plus an, extra session of 63 days, fives Muffler and taU pipe 1
I me a knowledge of know-how which will be of benefit tome '. .'0 <<'.... t' ;,

in getting the best for Madison County. installed for only Q .:.,..t;:. ,ti ._-,-..'; ..t''I, ; \
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Thanking again for your many past favors and trusting tt ;v" -;
yp\i
you will seelfJt.to elect me on. May 24th, I am "' : : 19c .1 1 i i i.t" iI :) r.O. f" ...... .dr1 r. ""
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"TRIED
Your, friend, ) Pi' AND TRUE' 'r 1 .. !
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DAVISSERVICE ::o.t. ", .' .I) '......I'S.A.. "" ,
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OTIS R. PEAVY STATION (Paid Political Advertisement, Authorized by Campaign Treasurer) :: om" .

HU 3-6601 MADISON, FLA. -

TRUSTWORTHY .-EXPERIENCED- ft---LOYAL-. -- For FREE Natural Gas BANKING SERVICE IS
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installation NOW ONLY STEPS AWAY
sign
f up

..' Vote For and Elect t' .. 4 NOW! Were postbox as close when'you as the nearest use .

$m .4
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our bank-by-mail service.

% R. (BUSTER) HANCOCK /: ; --Free- II Oil '1f ., You can make all -deposits f ,'

prizes given and withdrawals by mail. ; -
\ y I : .T Call or write for full, de- .
Jj away May 14, 7 p. m. tails. 0;
COMMISSIONER
) OF AGRICULTURE _
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A Register today at MAC'SFlIliwe

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St.ill l' and Appliance BANKOFGREENVILLE.:1:

MEMBER OF FEDERAL INSURANCE DEPOSIT .
ft Married, living with wife and,four children. in Cleveland ComparlY.I CORPORATION ';j I .
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..< 1e; B. S. degree in Agriculture,University... of Florida f''' I GREENVILLE, FLORIDA
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Former Vocational Agriculture Teacher : : : :'
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I r:: Agriculture 'w ,''O., ,, 1. BUY CROP i-S: ,<1 .

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to ft 1 Director. .Florida' Farm Bureau Federation *1i i '
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., 1 Naughton-Beggs Plumbing & Electric CARDOFTHANKS Slight Charge

OLD TIRES _
Marriage Saturday
: We wish to thank everyone for
Service and Repairs their kindness sympathy and beauti. A slight charge Is made for:
In Catholic Church ful flowers, during the illness and) O ALL ENTERTAINMENT
.
ARE UNSAFE
APPLIANCE NOTICES
REPAIR-
passing of our Joone.. J B Williams. -
May God bless each one. (regardless of sponsor)

:I Spring Tire Sale is now going Mist Barbara Anne Naughton. DICKIE THOMAS CHILDREN.IS MRS. J.. B. WILLIAMS and ALL RAISING NOTICES PROJECTS OF MONEY-

on-Come in and get your set daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ferdi nand (regardless of sponsor)

of Firestone Tires. Now at a Edward Naughton, and William MADISON, FLORIDA YOUR ORGANIZATION holding 9 ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE

f great savings. Turner Beggs. son of Mr and Mr I Shop located opposite: Harris Supermarket I a rally, having a fundraisingdrive ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY
Thomas John Beggs Jr were marriedin KIND
selling cookies throwing a
a 530 p. m. ceremony Saturday (regardless of organization)
flaY 7th. in the Catholic church Leave message at Harris Super.. catfish supper or promoting an
of St. Vincent de Paul Madison with market or call James Radio & T-V entertainment? If so. play it cool Prices are reasonable. Rising production
-J and promote it with low-cost costs force omit ALL
the Rev Father John Frances MeKeown Shop HU 3-6795 spot us to
ads on WMAF and in THE E-R. FREE ADVERTISING.
officiating. The bride's father
DAVISSERVICE gave her in marriage Mrs Dale M
Leslie was organist and Miss Jean WOMAN HAS FOOT
I'Ragans of Atlanta soloist, sang the AMPUTATED AS RESLUTOF
i I'Ave Maria.
SHOOTING
STATION 1 Altar decorations were standard THANKS
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baskets of white gladioli and chrysanthemums -
HU3-660I and cathedral candelabra .I Washington MeFarland Jr.
holding! white candles. I colored is held in the J local Jail i
Miss Helen Grady of Jacksonville. In lieu of $2500 bond on a chargeof
was maid-of-honor. Bridesmaids were assault in the ..
shooting of his
Georgia Red Sweet CouiyC.itrt Mr Luther Robert Andrews, and I. grandmother, Clara Lee McFar-
the Misses Mary Carol Betty and land.
.
Louise Nau 1tDn. sisters of the I
.Potato Draws. Check According to the Sheriffs
Henry Johnson, possessing intoxicating bride. They wore ballerina length office
the shooting took place about 3:1$
liquors with Intent to dresses of aqua silk organza orer
YOUR CONTINUED
WIIhE.M. MAY at sell. $5() or sixty days taffeta featuring bodices with p m Saturday at the McFarland
T C Hudson driving while II- scooped necklines and cap sleeves.The home at Cherry Lake. The gun
full skirts ended with deep used was a 12 gauge Winchester VOTE & SUPPORT
Co.Recitals cense revoked $25 and ten days
'Ykkers
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11 byleneit .
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.. embroidered hems. They wore headdresses pump' shot gun. "The blast from
and in default of of fine,
payment FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE
of braided coronets of the the shattered Fi
gun the woman'sright
an additional thirty days. Also, materials of their dresses trimmed
worthless check, make fall ankle and foot and necessitated I
resti with peariized leaves and carried L '
WILL 'BE
4'Piano tutlon of check in amount of $20. cascade bouquets of blush pink amputation of the foot at
carnations. the ankle.
or sixty days
John Allen :Miles, driving with Groomsmen were Thomas John APPRECIATEDj I
CHERRY LAKE restricted license, sentence ""with Beggs IIL Ashley Parramore Beggs, We 1 j .
Mrs J P Morrow will present her held. brothers of the bridegroom and are headquartersfor
music pupils In Piano Recital at Ferdinand Edward Naughton Jr I
.the Cherry Lake School on Thurs'day. Henry Cllnton Wortmaiv* improper the bride'a, brot er. Ushers were Dr Major
May 19, at 8 o'clock in theevening. passing, sentence withheld. Wallace Winter of Ocala: Walter Appliances.WESTERNAUTO .
The public is invited. Almon Blanton, speeding! sentence Ralph Reddick of Jacksonville and
PINETTA RECITAL withheld. Luther Robert Andre Madison. .
Mrs J P Morrow will present her Henry Johnson and IARoy'Da,1I., LOVELY BRIDE SAMUEL S .SMITHPaid .
Pmetta pupils In Piano Recital at unlawful possession of less than The bride wore a gown of white Tallahassee; and Mrs J H Hlnter-
the Pinetta Junior High School one gallon of moonshine whiskey. .silk mist fashioned with sculpturedlong mister Sr. and Mrs J H Hintermis-
Friday May 20, at 8 o'clock In Leroy Davis plead guilty April bodice of imported re-em ter, Jr, and sons Johnnie Crill and ( Political Adv. by Samuel S.Smith)

the evening. The public Is invited. 26th. $100 or three months. Henry broidered sleeves! Alencon and scalloped lace with neckline bracelet Sammy, of Gainesville ,l

Johnson plead nolo contcndcre Apr The bell skirt was complementedwith .
WINS MOTHER'S DAY' 26th. Court made following order: Obie bow In back and terainatqd -
:ATTENDANCE AWARD.. "Due' to the fact that the codefendant into a graceful chapel train.
LeRoy Davis, admitted Her finger-Up triple tiered veil of 1
Mrs A H Hcmphlll was the that this moonshine belonged to French illusion was attached to a NATURAL GAS
of seed pearls. She carried
of him crown a
happy recipient a beautiful and that Henry Johnson had bon'Uet of 'llUtSOf.t.he.UeysnoW and
:Mothe '1 Day cake awarded by no interest in said moonshine, the long orchids. ..
the Church of God Sunday School Court orders that sentence be with Mrs Naughton. mother of the
,. for having the largest number of held as to Henry Johnson until bride chose a sheath drew of
her family present for tbc.,' services such time as the Court may deemIt beige lace fashioned with matching
. Sunday. proper to past sentence chiffon side drapes and acorsage
The Of Madison Will
From Apr' 25th" minutes: Bonds of white. CymJwdlum-'.' or* City
Rent an adding machine or entreated as follows: Jack R Hod- chids.

typewriter at E-Rt off ice. Only shon,' Willie Grayson Edward Bejrgs The, bridegroom's wore teal blue mother.lace Mrs and
I
$1.00$15.00 a per day month.FOR $4.00. .per week,I Rankin Gurthrie, Wulburn Charles Price John Gillett Henry orchids.chiffon and corsage of lavender Soon Begin Construction Of

Issse Hill, Frank Roily Martin Immediately following the weddingthe
ATHLETE'S FOOT Elvin P Walton, Thomas Jefferson brides parents entertained theguests
Dixon, Sam Robert Santa at a reception at their home I '
Use T-4-L liquid for 3 to 5) days. Leonard Robinson, Marina Lou on South Horry St. The rooms A Natural Gas Distribution
Watch fresh-as-adatsy, healthy skin I Middleton James Rolston BeattyJr were decorated with white American ,
replace the infection. If not,delightedwith Flora: Thomas Jake Fiffie, Beauty roses chrysanthemums,
gladioli and Easter lilies.
instant-drying T-4-L, 48c
buck from your T-4-L Robert Almore: Gorman Sr. Tye; The bride's table overlaid with a.!
Note
any druggkt : Massey Julius McNeil, John Waiter cut work embroidered linen cloth, !
Is especially for severe cases. Use
I Crawford Pridgeon, Gerald MAdams System. Citizens
T-4-L FOOT POWDER too-gives anti&eptic held a tiered wedding cake topped s Desiring
soothing protection. NOW I Melvin Humphrey.' Walter with a miniature bridal bouquet of j I
at Smith's Drug Store. (advt). Edgar Connell Jr, .Otis Kelley orchids and was encircled with a I
I II I Malone, Sammy J Milcy, Eugene ruche of satin and tulle with noc-j I
Manning, Elysses C Jackson (2)). gays of lilies-of-the-valley. roses and|* This Service Should Make
orchids At front
(Continued next week) Interspersed. the ;
Lawn Mower Service cf the cake was a bouquet of these
2nd. PRIMARY CANDI- lovely flowers with ribbons to the I
Repairing and rebuilding; also any DATES: May 24 will soon be edge of the table and down to the
hem of the cloth. Five branch silver I' At Once To Save
_ type small engines repaired here. Please let us have your candelabra were accented with Application

McWilfiaKs Garage last-minute message to the miniature nosegays of .the same'
Thanks. flowers. I'
voters by MONDAY.

..... THE E-R. Misses Agnes Claire Morrow and
I
Ann Folsom cut the cake. Tapping And Installation
Mrs Nat Smith Norfleet Madison I
& Miss Cabeth Caven of Jacksonville -
kept the bride's book and !

I Look Farmers! hostesses.a number of friends assisted as : Charges. .

Miss Ann Russell and Miss Aileen .
: t.: Winter served mints. <.. .
WE HAVE PLENTY
", When the couple left the reception
'; .,' DIXIE RUNNER SEED PEANUTS WIRE for a wedding trip the bride %
was wearing an original three piece
For Full Information Contact Members' Of
," FENCING S BARBED WIRE POULTRY :NET- suit of sea green silk with matching -

, J TJNG .STOCK SALT-ALL KINDS OF POULTRY. AND accessories. Her corsage of
y orchids:: was from her bridal boa

.. STOCK FEED GROCERIES FRUIT quet. They will be at home in JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLuB or CALL
. Madison where the bridegroom Isconnected
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TOBACCO POISON In business with T J
Beggs A Company.Outoftown .
We have 25 Ib. Jim Dandy Dos: Food $1.95Prince guests Included Mrs
James David Naugf., (the bride's
... 1 Albeit Tobacco 15c Cab: Best Cbeese In Town grandmother) Daniel I A Naughton, CITY HAlL HU6,5.01

Mr and Mrs David Naughton Jr.
Misses Florence and Rosemary
4 Naughton. Mr and Mrs C A
k Thomas' Mrs Thomas B Grady MksHelen
', J.I. U LES soxsnuau Grady, Misses Ideile and
.1\0', & Mercedes Morphy. all of Jackson Of
ville. Mr Phil Hoche of Winter City Madison
+s Park; Dr and Mrs Wallace Winter I
k Mary Aileen. William and Barbara
Winter of Ocala; Mr and Mrs W R
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TAKES an kinds of peopleto _v: rl :' a r I I'it
J- make a world" but ome-
tlmea we wish it didn't. Even good : :.
people get u* down, sometimes, _
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and as for the people. who are not .-
good-the robots and the rat, the ""i
hypocrites and the hoodlums
would be wonderful we knew we
didn't have to Ft + y
worry with a one ,, ";
of:,them any 't\". .. .,. :
more. i r.THE.
But here they :

are and here we -.. ,
are, all in one ,
world. If .
you \
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want to keep V
clear away fromnoaccount rir k iJ '
pea J ; :" \ 1 1e
pIe, you will just Dr. Foreman \ e'r .
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have to get out of this.jurortt*.At1eat "
Paul found it so in his! time 4\
-: still true. Christians do live In"vsodety
.'. ," that Is. in the great '
: ''satheratlon of mankind.The whole I
human race' are our cousins, and I 4' wt
they seem to be on our doorstepor '
we on theirs-most of the.timettrltttac '? ? : ;

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Christians) have always been outnumbered
In this world. Even including .

,,., all, the nominal.Christians .
r
we make up scarcely more than
w, half the'population the U.s.A.A k 1
( nominal Christian has been de-
I' fined as one"Who goes to church,
or more precisely is dragged there, j
three times in his life; once to be
"
sprinkled with water,a second time
: to be sprinkled with rice, and the : ( '.
last time to be sprinkled with '
f\ ashes) Real Christians are so '
scarce as to be noticeable And D .
kt when you do see a real Christian,
there is one thing sure: be is.different CHURCH FOR ALL .
\ He Justrdoesni see things the .*. ALL FOR THE CHURCH
i way most people d<5. He doesn't .
.,. treat people as most,others-& **** The Church is the greatest factor on earth fort
'
has a rather special /approacht \ building of character and good citizenship.
the of living. He is so
problems
real the four these offer endless It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a
rare, the Christian that Only strings But four strings possibilities ,
at "mass Church, neither democracy civilization
advertising men, aiming strong
man," never appeal to Christians.The 1 I of tone. and harmony. They open to man new horizons of beauty and can survive. There are four sound reasons why ;
motives to by most .
appealed
I h' lness.
advertising fudging by what'thtiwriter 1 riP i every person should attend services regularly and .

has seen-are not Christian And yet, improperly played, these four, strings can bring forth unbelievable support the Church. They are: (I) For his I
motives. A real Christian in short I discord! '_. own sale. (2) For his children's sale. (3) For
{meaning{ one who has a close'resemblance the sale of his community and nation. (4) For !

ihe' has the to mind Jesus Christ of Christ because and. There are four strings in l life ,with similar possibilities. Mind the sale of the Church itself which needs his

|(Christ lives in him),will be marked r Character .*:-. Courage .-:-"Faith! :' moral and material support. Plan to go to
I off as peculiar. church regularly and read your Bible daily-
Once there was a little boy In a I The truths that fill our minds, the ideals that mold our character,

Kentucky from all other village little who boys was there different on the: purposes to which our courage is given, the realities in which we be '. Day Book Chapter Verses

two counts. He 'wore glasses, and lieve; these can fill our lives with rich beauty and happiness or drab ugliness : Sunday John 4 19-26
he played the fiddle. (You were not I Monday Proverbs 8 1.11
supposed to indulge in either of and sorrow. Tuesday Psalms 63 1-11

.Go these all till the you other were boys old would and grey.make) For centuries the .Church bas, been the maestro of these strings of Wednesday Galatians 6 4.10

this boy live hard."Hit him!" they life uieir .. Thursday Ecclesiastes Ai 1-7
would yell as a dozen or more piled helping men to bring from. own souls the harmony' and beauty Friday Psalms 12-15
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on him at once."Hit him! He plays God has put. there. .. Saturday Romans G 1.5
(the fiddle!" ,' ...
This is not only a true story but .. > You can find music in everyday livjpg uh-R 'participation" In the .. .
ia parable of life in this world. work of the Church. '
(People fear and hat what is different
Not an people show this.hatcu.and :
fear,not an feel it But enough* $ YI
:of the people In Jerusalem hated c.tw1 &s ico, KAter Al*.frmfcy,Srra3sr|.YA -r c

;;and feared Jesus, who was outstandingly .
:; different fromthem, so
.;bitterly that they could scream
"Crucify him!" Ever since then, -.- ..
Christians. have been unwelcome in
'a non-Christian society. "Woe unto ,

you you"when Jesus ALL said men(Luke speak 6:26)well. of If ; These Religious Messages we being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals and .

.everybody: speaks well'of you, it Establishments:
hows you have no real character, '
you appeal to too many opyositJi. O . _f
.
kinds of people! Suppose our Lord
shad tried to please OM? !
every ,
MADISON DRUG STORE WILLISRECORDING WESTERN AUTO STORE

ik..M.II Ar/t1Nttl/' STUDIO DUNN FURNITURE CO.":' J
The Rexall Store ....,. J. J. Sale, Jr., Owner
lID 3-6827 BOX TMADISON.
All the
same,and you sea sail tt a .
paradox If you like, *H tfct ..... Phone IIU 9-2300. Madison FU. FtA Phone HU 34383: Kad'',>ogt FU. MADISON, FLA
Christians are, welcome, ere
Pbone HIT 3-2340
among those who caat see MMrifei r as -V;
poIe.t of view.tTeet_ se.... Wit.... ;j.',", .; I
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''lowerI-.Jt" and1I, t.1I L Blight .... ':' l"' "...> .
operated b10u1at1au. \ sr,1 s..bo -, \. '; -.
Jesus I:::=:( Mt ":,,,,, ... : .A .. .
people would nuke dIre ( _..... 1 MORROW, INSURANCEAGENCY -',1 QUALITY CLEANERS'
lUcU with the human world arow* | .M/E/ SSE K J. B. DAVIS,. hic- ,."
;Itfeem. .T. M he did. Now peefta | s... tR.! When your clothes are not. becoming -
tare seldom actively frateAd eIt1Mr ,.. ; *. '\'.
!tfor salt or Ifcht. But Ute" ........ -V-- .. to you they thooLl, ...be. ., .
;when they aze'ldt1 the% .: : *
; c tAelr :MADISON, FUORIDAf ,
rcompiaia when therMre to...etttood ,,' ; ." ,, coming to us Fbone HU.A3.2353A ;
without salt,Perlttai'sOiife- -. .' ,
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bans are welcome-: U ssyfcisf K Wo' '. ... .
Strongly. "Christians a.eiel" .. ..
Ifrould come closer to the toJTs yet. ,",' -"
flflowna without Christ*** Mar,..* 'HY .NELEcnuC'CO. FRALEIGHASfiLETTRUCK + .. .
Herat TV fans but who waste.to .. CHERRYS65' ** SERVICESTATION
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Jive in one? HO .bualnes* Aim to i &TRACTOR CO., CANTE'jIOTOR. CO.
lrtr BepmlrApflUnce.MADISON
gn1ng to send its best men to Me ii' and ..

:In the worst towns. Indeed M : FLORIDA Pbooe HU 3-22U, Mdisoa. FU. Madison, Florida
j parents want to send their chUdrea .... : IbdJtert, FU.JBifr .
ito school in the least ChriU:: .
:parts of town. Even people who
never darken the doors of a church
would not like to live where 1M s. ':#f.l. : .i. .t#:,: . .

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FOUR MEN. HONORED FOR ROCKY SPRINGSThe
HOSPITAL NEWS
AIDING FLORIDA FARM -
l ietfIerMsJta YOUTH EFFORTS Goodyear Farm Tractor
Ilamrock II D Club met at

Admissions Mrs Annie Register, I the home of Mrs J E Cottingham
ckckyMieikaist : DAYTONA BEACH May 6 Four TIRES
ppe experts Eliza Wednesday. Twelve members were
Mrs Shirley Crafton, Mrs: Floridians who have contributedto !
beth Arts, Joe Pickles, Mrs LUlbHbltflQ. agricultural development in the present at this newly formed club. Large stock, priced rightBallery .
system free! Wfllbm SandUn, Mn Mrs W W Catlcdgo gave an Inter-
state were recognized tonight by
Jeru Anderson, l.tratacy Curry, the Florida Section of the Amen. broiler esUnjr talk on the use of oven Messer
Miss Jlmlme Agnes Harrcll, Ezra and presented the members I
INfflerMJJtpe can Society of Agriculture Engi z 'ET
with unusual
some
Batte, Mrs Myrtle Kurd, A L neers. 'M and recipes I & Tire Co.
menus. At the next meeting
staHeJfir tdy Leggett Sr, Min Louise Bush, The four are G H W Schmidt I Mrs CV Hitchcock will demon-
Joe McClamma, Clyde Cod .
Hardy Jacksonville. president of the Florida strate and serve hamburgerswhich
ran, George McClamma and Robert Ford Tractor Co McGregorSmith !
19c ; she will bake right In the
Seago. Miami, board chairman of I II oven. daughters Gail and Susie enjoyed
Discharged; Frank Davis, Curtis the week end vacationing at Keaton's ..
the Florida Power and Light Co; Several guests were present at
Cardwell Clifford Jordan, Joe O R Hamrick, Madison County I *Rocky Springs monthly Family Several Beach. .
DAVISSERVICE I Pickles, Lonnie Wetherington, Mrs farm agent, and Howard Shannon.I i:Night Supper Friday night Springs gathered families from Rocky j
at Cherry Lake
Jean Jones and baby, Mrs Elizabeth Lakeland; general manager of the Mr and Mrs C W Hitchcock and
Sullivan Bobby Milner transferredto Thursday evening for a fish fry.
STAT Florid Division, Food Machinery i -
Valdosta hospital, Peter Sanlln and Chemical Co.
II' 7'Ilndidbn-1Ii1.: Mn Mary Curriet Miss Jbnmie Don Adams of. PaUtka, wilt president| : r ri i 4Z= .r Hw bfg acovfd home
,
Agnes Harrell Mrs Elizabeth Aria of the group, said these men and
nit STATE -REPRESENTATIVE Ezra Batte, Mrs Louise Bosh and organizations they represent hare BEST QUAUFIED-BY FAR yoi rebuild! I

A L Leggett Sr.COLORED contributed scholarships and encouragement with
." I BEST FOR ALL FLORIDA! your present
1 respectfully announce that 1 PATIENTS to Florida youth for
aan a candidate for State Representative Admissions: Simmle Mae Jackson pursuits in agriculture.Mr 'Jerry flSlralCI?
from Madison County,, Cora McFarland, Herman
Mr and Mrs Fred Mickler and The con of rebuilding your home has and
Democratic primaries gone
the up up
to
subject
Brinson. Discharged: Della Brin- and Mrs Graham Wheelerand
elect to Mrs Nat Norfleet and two sons, over the years. Have you increased '
In :May 1960. If you me your property taint*
Agnes Sncads, Irene Siplin, children spent Mother's Day
will son Nat and Mike, visited Mr Mick. ana to cover these '
tills position, I serve you higher building costs?Make sure you'
:Alexander Evans Wesley Madison weekend in Orlando with Dr and
bonestly, soberly and capably to lcrs mother. Mrs 0 0 Mklder, In nave the protection you need. Call for '
tin great. and Simmle Mae Jackson and Mrs Charles Bayihore and family, us a completeproperty
ability.
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vibe best of my Tallahassee Sundaye insurance -- -- -
ty appreciate your ,vote and sup- baby. and in Gainesville with Mr and checkup. ..Nw.,
part. Born to Jesse and Slmmie Mae Mrs Eugene Wheeler.
,4 Sincerely.A. Jackson May 6th, a baby girl -x- Wefor headquarters MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY
L. (Rooster) Leggett, Jr. weighing 7 Ihs and 8 ozs.CARDOFTHANKS. Mrs Hess Sivia has returned to
'L her home in Tampa after a several Major) Appliances.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER days' visit here with her son-in- lOS W. Pinckney Telephone HU 3-(
I* DISTRICT THREE law and daughter, Mr and Mrs T ;
WFSI'ERN
AUTO
,',,' F Livingston and children: Jbftttt/U&i tht lI tt td.titt lAitiflAc*G5ft ifty QttVp "!!

I respectfully announce that I We wish to take this method of

,am a candidate for County Commissioner expressing our sincere appreciationto
of Madison County, each and everyone that assistedus Rambler Sets New
District Three, subject to the so kindly In the sickness and
action of Die Democratic pri- death of our mother Mrs Ida B
'sn aries in May.. I promise faithful Ranew.
.conscientious service if you chooseme The kindness, understanding and
for this important office, and sympathy extended to us In our
1 earnestly solicit your vote and loss shall always be remembered .. All-Time Sales Record !

support, for which I ,hall ever begrateful. gratefully.May .
God bless each of you daily .
:: Sincerely, for your thoughtfulness to us*
LAMAR ANDREWS Her children Carl J .Ranew,
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Walter Wt'1.RaneW', ,Jennie R Kel-! I Ij'
TOR. COUNTY COMMISSIONER ley, Rcna R Dodge, Corrine R
DISTRICT THREE Lee Raymond A Ranew. I ..... ':{"

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> 'I respectfully announce my candidacy GREENVILLE PTA ELECTS
for re-election as County Commissioner OFFICERS sy sR
for another term subject -
t to the Democratic primaries in The final meeting of the Green
! May. Thank you for the :jriyilegef > -tile PTA for the 1959-60 school:
serving you during the past term was held In the elementary
i Years It is my sincere wish you I I school auditorium; Thursday >May
select me so I can continue to 1 1Rn'e G. ,
you. I am most grateful for Officers for the ensuing term

your confidence, and assure you were installed.
eo,' that ,I will continue to serve all They Include: president; the Rev
tbe people of Madison. County inter Harold Johnston 1st vice-president. tMMV. CtStM.-...fetfM-t Sf1
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honest efficient and courteous Mrs C E Brown; program com *
as always. Your vote and mmee: Mr J L Pate Mr George t''
Banner
OVER 47,000 SOLD IN APRIL
support will be greatly appreciated. Wheeler And Mr Gene Stroud;
Sincerely, secretary Miss Irma Jean Cone More people bought Ramblers in Ton ret Uw widest e&oiee of compact
;; GROVER C CONE and treasurer, Mrs J L Pate. April than ever before in history. cart 33 model!*,17 station wagons America's Lowest-Priced Car .
Rev Wayne Stutzrmn was the in* More people switched from other Ton get prored economy. Proved by RAMBLER AMERICAN _" .,
BUSINESSMEN:Don't let your nailing officer. make to Rambler. Here why! .
customer forget you! Keep 'em more than a .million owners 2-0. Detox S tfn
,7" xttninded with low-cost ads on Tea jet top quality lowest price. proved in offic&l economy runs.
; ALVJ'N JONES JR
.TVMAF and in THE E R.Swariti. _______ DEWEY Rattieproof Single-Unit construction Rambler resalATaIa: is peered tops. ...$1795Imt Y'a
Mr and Mrs Dewey Alvin Jones, .'exchsiT Deep-Dip nra Your_ Rambler-draler can above you ..... .

" .Ten tes ? of Gainesville, announce the birthof proofing. finest aaf't.&tfttndp.aL proof See lira. today. ................... 1..
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a son May 2. at the MadUoa S "I Sr 4""'-11.
i '. CALL County .Ifc';p511. He weighed '7 60 to yaw RjaWtr! Dtaftr's"Siftf SpecUcalar, -Get a Spectacular Deal

Btrke Ibs and 2 *>zs, and was named ..
Dewey Alvin Jones Jr. The babyis .
Vickers Co. Inc.
':; *. C I" : the grandson of Mrs Jeannette R Implement t
,IaMA: \A.r Jones of Madison and of Mr and ,"x ,
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Engagement AnmtncedMr ,

:_ OLD TIRES Best Qualifi d-Bylar

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Spring Tire Sale Is now -going a i iI .x'

on-Come in and get your set I I 1 'a d e

:- ",'j of Firestone Tires. Now .at. a !, j
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great savings.Tlt7fC. A 'r I yI ... : ; t'
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I and Mrs S R Sapp aD-
flounce the engagement and approaching a 4yW.
f : marriage of their daugh-} .
' : 1- ter, Pearlic Ruth Sapp, to Mr. I;
I Edwin DonL Whltfield, son of Mr p w ,
and Mrs C M WWtfield of Perry
I Florida. _
I The \\'l'ddingiU take place June _
SERVICE STATION 10th at 5:00 o'clock p. m. at theM
: <*etey Hall Baptist church.
r : The couple will make their home
1IIod l 4e9/t- JZ/P1 in Perry Florida.
j No invitations will be cent but
I all friends and relatives, of the
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couple are cordially Imit d.

Vote Fore MORNING CIRCLE

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GROVER CONE Mrs R L Miner- was hostessto

W I the Janie Paul Circle Monday

A Commissioner' morning with twelve members
County, [
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Mrs Cesar Benetez: was a visitor.
i Mrs A F Harrison conducted. the
w District 3 election of officers for the new

year andTMn R t:: Home gave the

MadisinCounty, Fla.fromNewsboys program. The hostess 'served cof

tr ,, fee. .

r fiett buying your .'., SISTER-PASSES

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111'1.1 V Hunter 80 of Hamilton
E-R
county died. Monday and funeral
BURGER BASKET SOc services were held .Wednesday

afternoon in Jasper. Among the
Includes French Fries and trimmings. Please DO NOT park In the survivors is a sister. Mrs Ann
Curb Service. Call HU 3-0422 for street and make your newsboy run
Land, of Madison.Mr .
orders to take out out into the street to make a sale. 1 1 :!
fttttdly pull over to the curb.
Regular Dinner 90c Our newsboys have instructionsto and Mrs Council McLeod of "

STAY OUT of the streets, and Ft Meade were visitors here during

Wtoe Tip DrivehMAYO we will appreciate your co-eperat-I the week( end. -
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.
\ . . . much. I I
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ,
:Mr and Mrs B M Smith, of
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Plant City, came Saturday and"" METHODIST CIRCLES 1960 Census of Population ".
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were Mother's Day guests" of.s -: .. ... ., ., '. '.
Smith's mother, Mrs. R-1, Mllllnor.x i. Mrs J M Pafford entertained j: :

the Hadden-Morrow Circle Monday
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Mr and Mrs Jack Hopkins of afternoon at her country home WERE YOU COUNTED ? i
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Jacksonville spent Mother's Day with 14 present Visitors were .
here with their aunt, -Miss Ethel Mrs C D Tomlinson Mrs E B r/

Hopkins -at the local hospital.x Williams Sr, Hiss Josie Smith and

Mrs Russell V Raines of Jacksonville The enumeration of Afnttkcnt In tit 1960 Census Ii now clmort

M/f Rosa Hay spent :Mothers1)ay Mrs C C Mathcny conductedthe finished. A; you know, It Is very Important that the Census be I
Live Oak with her brother-
aw In and sister, Mr and Mrs Joe program which opened with complete and corrtd. If you believe Incf you were not counted, I '..
Smith. devotional and spiritual life please fall out the form below end moil it Iramtdlcftlyto; > U.s. Census District Office
thoughts read by Mrs W H Wil- '
120 S E 1st Ave,
-x- liamson. The dosing chapters of
Gainesville Fla. "
Mr* Russell V Raines, of Jacksonville
the mission study, The Way in .
){other'. week-
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Africa, was given by Mrs A W 1
end here with her mother, Mrs W H ,
Williamson.J Vann. The hostess, assisted by I
1
-x- Miss Josle Smith served sandwiches I I hove checked with the member of my household, encIl I believe thai one (or more) of ws was NOT counted, here or anywhere else, I

P Morrow Jr of LeJeune, cookies and parfaIt. I in .the 1960 Censvs. 1
N C, Marine Base spent Mother's Airs J B Hardee entertained the I' 1 1I

Day here with his parents, Mr and Nencle Bevan Circle with ten On April 1, 1960, 1 Irred at '
I (6....N.ssw' tltret-a.u (Cs,) t1t.W (&pwbMatNoaa-.ioA) J
members. Carter '
Mrs J P Morrow.Let'sCi. Mrs Emma wasa .
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This address r.l I located Between end 1
QfMJY.Y.Y.Y QQf. devotional and Miss Beatrice Griffin
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gave the spiritual life thoughtand I

mission study. The hostess 1 I 1 cm listing below the nome end required Informorion for myself end each member of my household. 1 I

served! ice cream and cake. 1
Deep Sea Mrs J C Burnette and Mrs L C 1 PLEASE BE SURE TO UST- DO NOT LIST- I .

Glass .were co-hostesses to the AH BJtmWn of your family Uvins w'tfb yon, fadedI I
Helen Parramore Circle at Mrs PLEASE UST. Ins : u S> Collt ttW.Rh who- are away'of college II
Burnette's home with twelve mem- .' AD cila! natiuIiYlltt! I t.ae. (or who ore bin only' \'OCOIlon), 1I

bers present Mrs Turner Davis Lodgers and bootJm!ring h rt. Ptnont tfa loatti away From here In the II I
1 who In sits
t Everyone mtcSlf tim
OFISHINGTllE N read the devotional and Mrs Glassgave Sahara,owed hamfe, orient not related! to yov MK Aimed Faces I
bovMkeldL whether f related to yon
'' the spiritual life thought I a act. are I..' Mr. Pens away In tatirvtiom" ,such as a tonPaHwn I
WINNER' Mrs Marshall Hamilton, mission 1 l' Anyone. c!*. sfaylit hen but who bat no ofltn *tvntot" last, bone for the a g ed. t
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study teacher'e I 1.AD -'.
the last chap -.-
ters of the current study. The 4. persons stayla''ben wbo k.e ALSOUSTPcnont I

4 hostesses served a frozen dessert I BO dbtt home. who 1 vraoQy Gee |bore but who are away T&t/win 't cewifetr Aere. ,. I

course. I tMpomdy ew balsas,on vacation,Olin a stnbotpifot -
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BROTHER PASSES RiMES OF fElSOKJ UVIK8 M THIS HOUSEHOLD ONK Pill I. WNII It rte --f tt... ,...- It ill -
1 11 THOSE HAT1HQ BOtE WHO HATE RO OTKtl HOME nlatiOlllhlp of # White! Mamtd ISOIt'AID I
I cod. to I
pass
Head J),ogneold Oft Snf rllte the Mod of Ncro Widowed
dill b....
.. William A IfcLeod 86 I A..fcoII DiroK.d
.. died Suny'1n1&bt Wile d Nod bo.AolJ Mol
at his home in Perry. Wife* IMIIaU UwKMitd dam,oldest fin* ', or G.r:::: What was Ah S paotad I
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S 65 Feet Lang I Marrttd dWUrtn and rhtk fawikfOWf lftr example. Ferri. r.'i: PVMA boa 7 Fie (rarer I
Among the survivors is a sister, 1 elver: n\at" wife, sea, H- aiankd)?
18 Feet With
Mrs M E I Mod fcovubeU dzagl+ter, ( f) I
Moody, of Green\ille. OiMtt ROt tto ed fe II.Of Leave blank for
Hawalbs (
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CHARTERS MONDAY Mr and Mrs William Tomlinsonand I (Pt) rid i (etC.)'? ) 1946) 1I

THROUGH FRIDAY two 'children, Don and Ann "', *.F Lwi.ier. I FW--- = Moan; Your I
of Tallahassee spent Mother's Day -J (PJ) (P4) (P), (P7) I
Leaves Dock 7:30 A. M. here I I II c: 1
with Mr HnJ
Returns 5 to 6 P. M. and Mrs W T Hoi- : I _ _

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SaturdaysSundayHolidays$5.W Mrs Bill Smith spent Mother's : I I II 1 1

Day In Live Oaktth her parents, I 1
PIER PERSON Mr and Mrs James Other guests I I. I

for the family dinner were }.{raM : p I j jI I I
Mrs Tom _
Minter of Bra&ford. .
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mirror of a water hole but, in grabbing for: '.. :. '
it, he lost the bone he already had. .thereby seriously undermine the economic structure, 11

'. 1 which supports our own businesses and jobs, out. .fine.. .!
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':_ > :,'tie story. But the educational value of fables must be' well-ordered American small town life.
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;. ,' r=1 :,/'years and.people' are still riskingarid often losing -, .In. t'r we' could,
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:' .', ..' '.:'for something that is more temptingly offered. and civic facilities if we had but kept in our
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i. Like some of'us herein this community ,-: who put into the upkeep uroam upbuilding of l larger cities lu'

t: j .c" "1 far and wide in a search for "better deals".. andyears past.
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THE FUTURE OF THIS COMMUNITY AND IN YOUR WELFARE '

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'C' TRADE AT HOME WHERE YOUR MONEY BENEFITS YOU! ,

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FRIDAY May 13th 1960 THE > "T1 RISF-RECORDER, MADIS i. FLORIDA PAGE THIRTEEN, : .

.. BUrpNESSIIEN: ; ; : _',_ .::. ... ...
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1I I f41 The Rev. and :Mrs James C Moorer.
If want customers every;
File Fabrics and you
WIN with DIXIEGet For AHYMT of Ashburn, Ga.. came Thursday week in your store, tell 'em

for' a week's visit with his and
GO BY KELLY'SFOR son
A Bigger! Yield Sewing Notions.f about it in an E-R ad every
f'amlly Rev and Mrs J C Moore Jr. .,. .'
-.- .From Every FieldSOUTHfRN YOUR WATCH REPAIRING 1IcCAUrSDJPLtClTY PATTERNS ._. week. *
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= Courteous Service
rrw...asrr 4J I Outstanding Values i

Come in and See L'sKELLY'S THE, YIELD IS HD ON SAVING AT "

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VALDOSTA FEDERAL '
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GoA FORT JACKSON, S C, 27 April- ,
Recruit Paul C Braswell son of James Hardee Jr of Madison has
been elected to the Ford Div Isioa'* CALL AT
Mr and :Mrs Charles W Braswell, '
Jacksonville District Dealer Council
Rt 2, Greenville, Florida, is presently -
which meets in Jacksonville The SPINNING WHEELCASTLE
D 1st
assigned to Company this week.

Battalion, 1st Training Regimentof Mr liardee, general manager of PARK SHOPPING
pM the U S Army Training Center Hardee Motor Co, is among 16 CENTER
( >w axui Infantry at Fort Jackson, South representatives of 153 Ford dealersin Phone CH 4-2757 Valdosta, Ga.

Carolina where he is undergoing the Jacksonville district. FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST

',' '. 'i ) I eight weeks of Basic Combat Train Council members discuss all John Hood Waring small son of OFFICE HOURS -
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NAVACO AWNINGS exchange ideas on policies programs baptized Sunday morning at the MON.-TUES.WED-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM
i NITROGEN CO I I ; Methodist church the Rev. .
HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY and product development First THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 ADS TO 12 NOON .
-- according to Mr King, Ford district Paul Touchton officiating. Sponsorswere
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sales manager. I
;; and Mrs Ben S Waring. & Mr and The New .

FOIE mm PROFITS Miss Rosa Mabel Wiring of Mrs Bonnie John Hood Hood of, and Bradenton.his aunt Mia: ::

Valdosta State College spentMother's
SEE YOUR VIM Day here with her parents, "

NITROGEN DEALER. R Mr and Mrs Ben S Waring.Mower Gwdyear Tires $12.95

Lawn ServiceRepairing 670 x 15, All-Weatber, tube-type

plus tax and rtcappable tire. Saving & Loan Association '

FARMERS' and rebuilding; also any 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA.
MUTUAL MESSER
v- EXCHANGE type small engines repaired The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small

Madison. Fla. McWilliams Garage Battery & TIre Co. Enough To Know You ,1 I

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past week from Cuba to visit her Air C 1kiMl sln .duce w.t.N Jeir.Ra Air a .t.0[.Je .+.b.a'.r Stt TW D!.k SUrt CUry Sfcv lit wbr&+Jqs,KBC-TV-rt P*Bow*Cfcwy Skumoat*..Uyt ABC-TV.

p con and daughter, Oman and Bren t
da Bcnetez who are here attending 1
school: She will be the guest of the "
Rev. and Mrs Paul Touchton'untilthe .
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Naughton wedding Saturday evening .
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end children Mary AlJeen, William, .N,
and Barbara of Ocala;, and Mr*and .

Mrs Ralph Reddick-x-of Jacksonville-y,' :....a

Wade Jr., of Atlanta, was .
visitorH /
a several days the past week
with his.parents, )lr and Mrs A H

Wade Sr.

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JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFFLORIDA? .
IN AND FOR MADISON 'COUNnJ]

IN CHANCERY. .,iI
Henry Paul Sevor, Plaintiff k

vs.Bobble .
J Watson Sevor, DefendantTO

: Bobbie J Watson Sevor, 1'eI1: ..,
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DIVORCE
You are berths notified that a
Ball! of Complaint for Divorce ha
been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
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Answer or Pleading to the Bill of a

complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney '"!. "* .- .., '.
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R E Cowart whose addressIs
Madison, Florida and file the S kS.
original answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit .
Court In and for Madison Canny
Florida on or before the 23rd day of ,
May A. D. 1960. If you fall
to do so. Decree Pro Confesso will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint
The Enterprise-Recorder Is berth C: S S : S
by designated at the newspaper 'la
which said order shaD be published ,
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DALE M. LESLIE. Clerk 'Cfietit ,;. ..l"Mf". wt. ..ride.. eorieCr.Jod.l'.. qty 1 St Ne.ad I Daa 6P.rxyrr ,W.g ,
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; -: e.4 ;'.t; :r W PEST CARGO AREA in Chevy's field-a whopping 5)4 feet wide FULL COIL SUSPENSION that rides rightloaded ,

,Apiciikiral 'Flyile or light BIGGEST' CHOICE OF ENGINES_AND TRANSMISSIONS including satin-smooth,. shift-free t

Spraying.DustingFerUliring TURBOGLIDE .' ..and a long list of Chevrolet delights like ROOMIER BOD.l.BY FISHER.

4s amatter of fact, your dealer,can.show you that YOU CAN'T BUY ANY CAR FOR!__ ,
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second he wanted the dos, guavas, mangoes, and pe-
primary I .....__... .r ,
T. -A support of the others' friends.I cans are grown in considerable '

I. That caution Is now over, with quantity. Hilbborough county '
uajritTr.m-IcNI( a definite conflict between only] t f ranks first in the state in The light for !
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....... is rr sw..o+ww AM Mwtia* amp g wn. pow and everyone
in Advance two.. One must win, the other dairying poultry raising,
Published Weekly Subscription $3.76 Per Year
be said of I and Tampa has an independent
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year lose. The same may
the Secretary of State's race. livestock market Tampa, with e
Advertising Bates Made Known on Application The Commissioner of Agricu -!its deep-water port; is a great S-fem 1
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Entered at the :Madison Post Office as second-class matter June ture's race jelled right away I:shipping center, and the port a
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21th, 1908. under Act of March 8,1879. and so the main contestants 1 r..nks among the first six ports
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there did not wait until after f!!in the United States. The coun-
owrrESS: T., C., MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR.
AND ASSOCIATES the first primary to begin mak-j j t ty's phosphate mines are a big NEAPOLITAN ICE MILK

: ing faces and calling .names. industry, and Tampa ships two-
MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 i 1 thirds of the world's
Well, let's hope the boys. don't j phosphate .
NEW ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901CONSOLIDATED get too agitated; the fishing I| rock from Ilills borough and adjacent Take some
JUNE 25, 1908T. ;
will be good right on, whoever'wins counties each year. Tampa home

C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. or whoever loses.r is one of the largest cigar today!
C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor :| manufacturing centers in the

:MRS. A. W. YAWN, City Editor J. \ nation, and two-thirds of the,
Now Means Annihilation
MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising :Manager. state's citrus canning and vegetable

-and the Joe Abrams poll each I The above paragraphs have I processing plants are lo- \ ,

F\.ORrD 4 time had him leading the field. been writer in an analytical!',cated in the county. Various

0Oy Most observers, however, did way, and in places intended to;manufacturing enterprises are

(II. ACtIVE '" not see him above third, and have just a slight touch of I located in and near the city.

tI' WMNI en Barns' surge towards the end humor. Let's get to the deadl; Tampa Bay was once a rendezvous '.
0 business and for pirate hordes, of
t96oql serious now -
I- squeezed him out of that.
l JON .. that's the downing by tile 'whom Jose Gasparilia is' the

sans of one of our planes RUS.I'I most celebrated and the Gas pa-j

True To Prdktins '. 'WasStro'ngMan mitted by our government I rills invasion of Tampa is held r-T

j, probably to have been flying a concurrently each Februarywith
.,The big races last Tuesday Tom Adams was expected to __
: spy mission over the Soviet t the big state fair in the
and the county races generally be the strong man in the Secretary : Union. The best that we can city. The DeSoto Oak standing t,
also-ran quite true to predic of State's race and he I
cay in reply or in defense is today in Plant Park in Tampa, .
tions. The general Idea over was. We felt inclined towards the Russians do it too. Even commemorates the visit of the 3 FLAVORS IN delicious chocolate, vanilla

the state, although some of the McMullen over here at Live so, such tactics increase the explorer Hernando DeSoto more 'and strawberry! Slenda Sue Ice Milk is the
other candidates, and perhaps Oak (seemed to be a good man .
tension) particularly cause em than four hundred years ago. > good dairy dessert the entire family can enjoy
their most ardent partisans, said with river dividing us),
just a barrassment at a time when Next week, Holmes county. --even weight watchers. Feature for now is k
otherwise, wasp that the two but doubted his ability to come the plain people over the world colorful Neapolitan;pints,halt-gallons.A won .

candidates for Governor who did through. The No. 2 man, Yar- have been hoping for some relief Mrs Mattie Price spent Mother's derful dessert at less cost. Serve often!

come out on top would be on borough, made no campaign upI 1 from fear at the i Day in Valdosta with her son and
top. And the difference between this way, and didn't do much If :laughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs JamesS
I summit meeting, and persisted
them was so close that no one here but his down-state vote Price Jr. .
byI
in and aggravated
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could with any certainty predict was sufficient to get him into -x-
I other incidents will lead to war I Mr and Mrs J S PulUam and
.which of the two would be the second primary.
'I and destruction of the human I Irare. three daughters of Daytona Beach
top. There were some surprises Make no mistake about j spent Ian Monday and Tuesday .
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in this race, however, though; Already BitterGenerally Iltat. War always has been with Mrs J S Pulliam at Pinetta. 1Lg 8L
not enough to change the result
I terrible, was characterized as '
One surprise was the surge it was expected!;hell nearly a hundred years ago 1 Tell em you saw it in
Dickinson in this that Conner and Buster Han
made by No. 5 '
by an arch-enemy of this section ,
part of the state. He was large cock would be the high men in of the country; but now it I your Home Town Ga

ly unknown up this way and i the Commissioner of Agricul Good .
means annihilation annihilation -I ifjtcr-pf odvtf of Super Sue
unadvertised, but he got on the, ture's race and they were. of the human species and I zetteThe E-H .
television the l last few days of: :Buster had a strong organiza ---

the campaign and evidently i tion here, and they went down the taking over of a once"fairearth ......... .. ................. ...............I.. .
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made votes wholesale. If he the line for him, although statewide /. Gtb ,... .
had done as well over the state: Conner had a right hefty they the even nuclear are fall able out.to survive 1 1OClGm' \ ;. Swing 'Jtrade" : '. I IkkI1sH

he did around here, he would lead. The first primary contest '
not&d now be on the sidelines. I i between these stalwarts was ofbUt: Ife.I at )Ot1r \ I I

I bitter, and the second primary Great Shippffig Center ,0' 'rns t FORD DEALERS
:campaign will be more so. I
l Little Mere Of A Pud I[ HBlsborough county, half

-.v+:Another surprise was the,I again; as large in area as Madison \. TRADING FAIR/ ./
Wil HaTe T. GetA".itt and than ... :
strength shown by the Mayor, ,. county, more ...,-.
twenty times as great in population .. .... .
of Jacksonville, who came in :\ ieJ .,e...... .2
strong third. People generally is the third largest, ,- 9 .4.G. ;;;::. !.
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did not give Burns much of a The other state offices went population-wise, in the state. It t

chance although towards the : about as expected, unless It'' was formed in 1834 and was .... tJ lfr ,
end of the'campaign: reports i might have been said that, named for Wills Hill, second r

lept coming in that Bums was i James Blanton was finally going Viscount Hillsborough, who received ___

on fire, and it would not have I to get the Railroad Com- a large grant of Florida

taken much more of a push to rrissioner job, He "gave Jerry land during the English occu

lave gotten him into the runoff Carter such a tight race two ,ration. The county has a widely

years ago that at least some!diversified economy, and agriculture -

thought he might displace Incumbent -;! timber, commercial

Mason, who didn't fishing, dairying poultry raising -
Made t
#M WtW Hire seem to bo nearly so well known' shipping, phosphate mining LP

as Blanton. However, Mason I cattle raising, large industries
"Big Six" took Blanton in his stride, and I and tourists are all in> 7t w

Belser ran quite strong out Arkus too. About the only ortant sources of income. Principal -

In the northwest and if he had way it seems James will! farm and vegetable crops .

been more nearly adequately yet on the Commission Is to include corn, field peas, strawberries FALCON SEDAN..America'slowestpriced

financed and some of the other have the Governor.appoint him 1 1I peppers,, -erg plants, tomatoes 6-pau.ngar sedan 1

candidates who were consideredto when a vacancy occurs, and beans. squash, potatoes OurTRADING
have a better chance hadn't I then if he runs true to the'cabbage, cucumbers, spinach, FAJR Who else but Ford could brine you so much
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I fstnand raw. value, so much quality, at so low a price
stolen some of his ;thunder, he! pattern: he will become unbeat rnd watermelons. Native grass tJM sarfags art Falcon, the runaway best seller, is priced up 1
would have rooted somebodyout able. Unless some violent upheaval hays are grown in considerable 'terrific. HAHFafcamt to $124 lets than other 6-pasflenger com, \ ./
"II ... pacts. And you get full comfort for six, plus '
lg" Plant second
of the so-caikd 1> six occurs, as it did when quantity. City,
spacious trunk in the You to 30
I rear. to up
He would not have reached the Comptroller Amos was put out' largest city in the county, isOften miles on a gallon of regular,up to 4,000 miles t

top or next to top .rag, how twenty-eight years ago, it seems called the "winter strawberry between o3 change.Our special Trading Fair ;

ever. _, the people of Florida arc not capital of the world," and .- trade-ia allowances and easy terms can put '
FtltlS. in Falcon .. seelKft'JUttSI
: a right in and
going to change their state I. strawberry festival is held WofNTs..ttt P y.lar Cm..lg you away. come

r officials. there each year Buskin is noted htC..1tH. : '-I-.....tMpb..1...., or r uq.S n..,.._MNies ..
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as the center of tomato production ,.s.A...

and a tomato festival .
1IeCM'tT; did not run *flY r.IiIc IiIk 0- is held there. The State Farm- t I lIST VAUK5I I lEST TIAKS ..e.wortd's most IIICCetJhll compact calli

1tetter thtri expected, if as welL second primary campaign ra' Market in Plant City isthe > :

tfc seemed to have trwAJe getting the- The now is goW to be bitter.I largest of its kind in the HARDEE MOTOR CO.CORNER : ',
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his campaign off the tot prfatry days thendidates ;'nation, and other large produce
grouad and when be." fiie11y -,I for G fernor for the,I markets are located: in BASE HANCOCK STREETS, MADISON, FLA. ,""' I',

get up into the' air Jr h4..!'.\\ID( Pt w 'rat11er,. ? .polite j ds Tampa, the largest city.t .jfc i Citrus" i iIf ':, 1 'i --See "Ford Startime" in living color Tuesdays on NBC-TV .
.:found the space rMMr 'one another ,:ti iiit is 'a\J8 jtyr ii thetlty _
't.tEv ..-., ,., 4 n .el -""'ythe ..k"t aDd -: : j w'i If''f'6.' .4. ..... '.
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THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER) MADISON FLORIDA PAGE THIRTEEN
FRIDAY May 13th 1960
.. BUSINESSMEN e' .
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r The Rev. and Mrs'James C Moore If you want customers every;

p WIN with DIXIE F.dFabksandAll Sr.. of Ashburn, Ga.. came Thursday week in your store, tell 'em
GO BY KELLY'SFOR for a week's visit with his son and
NotionsPATTERNS I about it in an E-R ad every
Get A Bigger: Yield V.Sewi1g
family Rev and Mrs J C Moore Jr. '
.-- From Every Field M YOUR WATCH REPAIRING 1eCALLSDlPLtCt'IY week. .- '

Courteous Service .. .

OutItaDdIni'VaJues -
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DEALER COUNCIL r
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of James Ilardee Jr of Madison' has
son
been elected to the Ford Division's CALL ATSPINNING
W Braswell, "
GI Jacksonville District Dealer Council
NY Florida, is pre- which meets in Jacksonville I The WHEEL
Company D, 1st iMs week
Regiment Mr Ilardee, general manager of: CASTLE PARK SHOPPINGCENTER
ti plcdar Training Center Ilardee Motor Co, is among 16 I
all alwhl Jackson, South Phone CH 4-2767 Valdosta, Ca.
+eaaI representatives of 153 Ford dealersin I
is undergoing the Jacksonville district. FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE"FIRST
Combat Train Council members discuss all John Hood Waring, small son of
,' I' "J-J (01 I A//II! f >> relationsand OFFICE HOURS -
phases of dealer-factory Mr and Mrs John Waring was
I, :. .IRMfRS b,
exchange ideas on policies programs baptized Sunday morning at the MON.-TUES.-WED..FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM,
SOUTHERN I NITROGEN I I I COMPANY and product development, First Method church, the Rev. THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON .
:according: to Mr King Ford district p&ul Touchton officiating- Sponsorswere
-- -- the baby's grandparents, Mr,
sales manager. .
i and Mrs Ben 'S "' &ring. & Mr and The New .
I Mrs John Hood and his aunt. Mis
FOR II Miss Rosa Mabel Waring of
Bonnie Hood of Bradenton.
II I Valdosta State College spent
Mother's Day here with her parents,
I I I!Mr and Mrs Ben S Waring. Gwdyear Tires $12.95

I Lawn Mower Service C70 x 15, An-Weather, tube-type' .
plus tax and recappable tire Sating & Loan Association

Repairing and rebuilding; also anytype 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA.
}'I MESSER
small engines repaired The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small

){ McWilliams Garage Battery & Tire Co. Enough To Know You t

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Mrs Cesar "Benetez ---- wLr.a +f r-/w.it.r.an eMd.le.Nei.aMJ l..n.D'-'....Ciwy,...i.... NSC-'J'V-.Pei Sow 0." S5owrcos..,JI .ABC-TV. .
past week from Cuba to : Ah ck iai..ty.yd.aup
ton and daughter, Oman
da Benetez who are here
school She will be the guest
Rev. and Mrs Paul :
the end of the school'tenn.'

Guests of Mr-x-and Mrs T
Jr. for Mother's Day and the
Naughton wedding Saturday
were Dr. and Mrs Wallace
und children Mary Alleen,
and Barbara. ot Ocala, and
Mrs Ralph Reddick of Ja :;
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Alex H Wade Jr.. of ,
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a visitor several days the
with hisparents, Mr and
Wade Sr.
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J Mrs Carroll Smith of .
JF spent Sunday here as the .:A't .
Mrs Fred Hardec.. :' .

POLIO VACCINATION C

WEDNESDAY, MAY, 18. I : J

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IN TIlE CIRCUIT <
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF' '
IN AND FOR :MADISON ?
IN CHANCERY. ,
Henry vspBobbie Paul Sever, Plaintiff :

J Watson Sevor, ..
TO: Bobble J Watson \"

You are hereby notified
BUI of Complaint for
been filed against you, and
required to serve a copy
Answer or Pleading to the
complaint on the f .
torney R E Cowart whose
Is, Madison, Florida and
original answer or Pleading
office of the Clerk of the
Court In 'and for Madison .
Florida on or before the 23rd ... r r
May A. D. 1960. If )' i
do Decree Pro '
to be entered so. against you for : :1_.,.,. .. iC

demanded In the Bill of '\
The Enterprise-Recorder :
by designated as the news
which said order shall be ... ,
woe a week for four
\Vi'('ks. .
Witness my hand and yN.'i
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this 20th day of April. A.C D. :: .../wt1 Inai.Y a tIIiM arar+t q fJ(__i'ewts(1iUy TJU ttomrt 4-Doar. 6-Pwccr Station". .."",-C... :
DALE M. LESUE. .. .. .... """ :
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By Jeannette ''T Leslie_ "*Nolwonder. wagons are number one with so many buyers of 1960s number one seller! Count up the reasons yourself: ::

r-.:: +- "' 'WIDEST CARGO AREA in Chevy's field-a whopping 5J feet wide FULL COIL SUSPENSION that rides right

Agricwa1 FIJ )loaded or light BIGGEST CHOICE OF ENGINES.AND TRANSMISSIONS including satin-smooth, shift-free

TURBOGLIDE .- ,,and a long l list of Chevrolet delights like ROOMIER BODY BY FISHER.. .
SprayingDusting-- -"i/'"
\ As..a. matter. of fact., your: dealer,can.showyou> that YOU CAN'T BUY ANY CAR JpfcLESS: ..' .' CIIEYRD ,
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I Giant Jumbo Hamburgers ir SCRATCH.ME.NOT

II C-in bun 40c.WHITE FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE I WITH ITCH-ME.NOT
Apply ITCH-ME-NOT.* 1SI '
CLASSIFIED ADS I TOP DRIVE-IN I minutes, if the itch needs sea.
GREENVILLE HIGH' JUNIOR- Doyle CONNERAS gtt your 48c back. You feel the
I medication take hold to quiet tha
SENIOR PROM
/. 03 ? A 1Q.YIAI YtTItAN STATE UCBUTOKIHTtOOUCSO itch in minutes; watch healthy clear
MW. skin come on. Get ITCH-M.NOT
"The, Cinderella BalT was the IPIT1ODUCID ... helped' past the b ill t. I I from any druggist for external skin
theme of the Junior-Senior prom ,.. tlr Departaat of Arkllhre. i irritations. Now at SmHh's Drug

held In the GratvtUe High gym eWtl ...,.. put te bill : Store. (adrt).
.. Friday eveningApril 29. .t l*
B. Daw, Jr. Royal purple curtains hung at IMTIODUGID ..4 b.tpe4 pps t'. bitt9.t I! 7O' GRADUATE
the entrance ptetHh.s.. c'archl 0114 I Iad.
to the garden
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: ..,. e.-t NmD tat." the pebUtO I -
ACREAGE FARMS Richard Miller, Gwynn Earp. ,.!*$! S es x t.I.,...* cops.PROYEKI I Friends of Mr Jimmy Bob De-
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL Allen O'Neal, Gerald Kinsey, Murray vane will be glad to know* he wftl:
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL repairing done by set "doctors", Garbett and Alan Warren I graduate from Valdosta State College

APPRAISALS dressed In golden armor servedas I June 6, with a Bachelor of
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE guards. Arts degree.

TITLE INSURANCE A fanfare was played as each PERFORMANCE He Is the son of Mr and MrsJ

112 West .Base FLORIDA StreetMADISON' couple arrived. i : I D Devane of Madison and Is

Phone HU 3-6277 Flowers grew On the high rock married to the former Kilns Patsy

walls which enclosed the garden. Wright of Waycross, '_.'
Streamers of garnet cold and .
*. REAL ESTATE purple were suspended from the
The Methodist Church Vacation
Listings Wanted Right NOW celling. Favors of balloons, miniature
School will be held this year June
I need a 40 acre farm a 120 acre crowns and confetti were
We know how to diagnose your 13th to 17th. Mrs C W ICers
farm, a larger farm with 4 to 8acres concealed In In the
r a hug bag
TVs Ills and cure 'em fast will direct the work assisted by
of tobacco.
center of the ceiling. .
.. I HAVE PROSPECTSFor volunteer workers.
QUMAN The .center of attraction was the CONNER

best results, list your property setting for the coronation of Cin

with TELEVISION SERVICE derella. A huge crown hung over

the throne which: was decoratedIn COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE I FLOOR SANDING

Br.- Wiwgttj 401 E Stevens St. purple- and eraced with -palms _..___... ft ,... .IY.
k We Repair In another part of the room the BAND CONCERT MINOR FIRE -AND-
REALTOR RecorcJ.P1ayers-AutomobUe RadiosA Jeff Bradford orchestra of Tallahassee

MADISON FLORIDA Few Choice Selections was seated behind a picket May 20-8:00- PM The Fire Department was calledto REF1N1SH1NGOld
Office phone HU 3-6481 IN USED TV SETS
, Residence HU 3-6481 Work guaranteed satisfaction fence. The theme of the concert is the C T McWilliams Service
Made New-
PROMPT: COURTEOUS SERVICE Jo Ann Barclay gave. the welcome The New Sound" and will feature Station at 7:40 a m Monday wherea Floors
1 1r I OUR WAY OF SAYING address the Madison High School Band can of gasoline caught fire. The New Floors Made Perfect

THANK YOU" Mr J D Kaney principal ofGreenville and the Red and White Band, a'' blaze was quickly controlled with

FORSALE( Phone !9481 Quitman, Ga. School was the narratorfor training band for members who: no property damage.Mr D. C. BYRDPhone

Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers coronation and crowned Lou will be ready to move up to the

j 4-bedroom house four blocks from retta Stephens, Cinderella. Her high school band In a year or two. and Mrs Clifford Ayer had 2306 Box 154

I school Walking distance downtown. J.D.Scriggs crown was fashioned like the large Some features of the high school as their guest over Mother's Day GREENVILLE FLA.SINGER .

,I Owner will finance. $1,000 down. crown over the throne, Cinderella band are a> trumpet solo Have weekend Mr Ayers mother, Mrs
Total price 8000. REGISTERED FORESTER SURVEYORPh. I was attired in a white floor-length Horn Will Travel, played by Tom Sarah Ayer, of Ocala
: gown of nylon net with appliquesof Coody, & bell lyre solo by Mr
2-fcedroom house. Florida room HU3ei6MADISON. __16__ _,. r A r A JI"ttJ1
breakfast room. Corner lot, close to FLA. pink and green organza. Her Charlie Knox called guest Artist,
schools and town. Price $9,000. corsage was of pink rosebuds. a number featuring the percussion
Throughout the evening. guests called Percussion Antics, CO.
t tecUorj SEWING MACHINE
LUCINDY J. YARNERREALTOR GIRARDIN JEWELERSFor ,were served an assortment of with Tommy Pepera Joy Cos-
sandwiches, cookies and Royal
man, Richard Pidgeon, Billie West, '
) punch by Cheryl McKlnney, Mil Charlie Dickey and Carolyn Wil- 109 S. PATTERSON STREET

SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL dred Worley, Marleen Roenbeck, &ens. There will be a variety of VALDOSTA, GEORGIA

Byron Hotel. Phone HU 3-6848 DIAMONDS. JEWELRY Barbara Clayton, Wilma Jean numbers Including popular, also Course ..
MADISON, FLORIDA EXPERT REPAIRING Davis, Linda Davis, Betty Vickers numbers by The Red and White Machine Repair Rental Sewing

and Gloria Bush, who were an Band.

,- _K___ dressed as "Cinderella In Rags". New Machines $59.50 and np
NATIONAL The refreshment tables were IS YOUR ORGANIZATION hold $
FOR SALE: 160-acre farm, high and iii BRIDAL overlaid with white cloths with ing a rally. having a fundraisingdrive k COLLECT
dry. Tobacco and cotton allot- CALL VALDOSTA CH 4.2304
' SERVICE centerpieces of red satin and arrangements selling cookies, throwing a i1
ments. Tobacco barn meat house of yellow porn pan catfish supper or promoting an Service In 24 Hours
1 and all equipment including elec. If cool
entertainment? so play It
and static
file saw, freezer 6ausage.pill]!J. -. VALDOSTA, chrysanthemums purple and promote It with low-cost spot
walk-In cooler knives saw and encircling tall red tapers. ads on WMAF and In THE 1-&
stuffer. J. R. WELCH Rt 2, 803 No. Patterson

:Madison, Fla. 36-2t-pd BAPTIST CIRCLES MEET ,I.. 1 p

Nrtkes C
FOR SALE: Fishing boats. 10 foot Circle No I met at the church: .
$55.00 12 foot $65.00. :May be with 6 members present and MrsR CARS magazine reports The Lark;

'( financed if necessary, $10 down (A modest charge is made for B Bryan gave the program.Circle '

T and $10 per month. M E. DIETRICH public notices in this column). committee planned the is the best overall buy among all.

at Howerton Supply Co., brotherhood supper for next meet. '

Madison. 7:30 am-6:00 pm 36-2t-ch.. Registered Surveyor ing. Cold drinks were served. 23 American automobiles. ":

Circle No 2 met with Mrs Elmer .
Phone HU 3-2372 .
FOR SALE: Nice home one block Fisher with 12 members prey
from Greenville High School MADISON. FLORIDAJOffliW.WADSWORTH ent, also one visitor and two new including all other compacts. : ",
P Price $6,000. J. B. DAVIS, phone members. Mrs IX E McArthur gave
HU 3-6601, Madison, Fla. 29-tf-ch the devotional, and Mrs Iloyt
BEST. .After judging The Lark-"the Best of the CompactV'- .
LIVE STOCK AUCTION Haynes the program using the enthusiasm and declared
their
rJ the editors of CARS enlarged r
FOR SALE
: High quality yearling
SELL cattle and hogs in our 25th chapter of St. Matthew. Here's how summed
heifers. BOB LAWTON Sampala your The Lark, "The Bat Overall Buj. they up
Sales start at Hostess served sandwiches, cookies,
auction each Monday. of CARS
in the :
Lake Farm. Rt. 3, Greenville, Fla. their expert opinion June issue
STOCK
' 1:00. MONTICELLO: salted nuts and cold drinks.
Phone Madison HU IfXVT E EA80X S. .The Lark will do anything and anywhere
36860.325tch YARDS, Monticello, Fla. Circle No 3 met with Mrs J C go
Registered Angus bulls for sale Moore. Mrs W R Pressley gave the larger cars will at a lower cost.. .The Lark styled for both
at all times.COMPLETE. today and tomorrow and engineered for hard economical use....
the devotional and the program.
j BEFORE SELLING timber "
your On any basis this is a tough car to beat.
"i The hostess served cookies and
o r timber land please see me. We LINE DWOSKLNTALBOTT ,
I are also interested In buying a coffee. FREE COPY. Pick up your free copy of CARS bu'er'sguide
limited amount of pine-hardwood BWC met with Mrs Edwin at your Studebaker Dealer's. .

pulpwood delivered by truck to Browning, and they were joined ..
Foley, FUu or loaded-on R R cars. 1 there by Mrs H A TenT./,& mus -
See write or call '
% nary from Brazil who spoke r
L. P. GIBSON
Florida interestingly of her work there. A
Rt. 3. Madison .
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 PAINTAND fried chicken supper with Vegetable,
.
ice cream cake and: coffee' 'was

'J Rent an adding machine or served.
. Between 25 and 30'pet'p!* at
typewriter at E-R office. Only tended. Y
CO.AT
; tl.00 a day, $4.00 per week; WALLPAPER .

15.00 per month. CASTLE PARK BAPTIST WMS

,r VALDOSTA. GA. With fire of the six compacts: ,you have to compromise...but with
FOR RENT: Furnished upst&1n''Pl4 Dial CH 2-53SI Baptist WMS met Monday pm /The Lark*there no compromise on selection,roominess,
private bath and shower."" tM +ette free parking at the church: for the monthly performance or luxury.
..
I and kitchenette. Available won. rAre 'peddling insurance, mission program and business;: SftCUL rwr-LARK VALUE
MRS. M. 1... WALKER, '115 S'WI' you Mrs Stanley A Williams was in mists FOR 2-DOOR DELUXE
Dade St., phone HU 3-6243. Mad- tranquilizers, shoes, or automobiles charge of the program. Educating .. The Compact Without Compromise SEDAN START AS LOW AS
boa 36-lt-ch ? Keep the public informed .
Youth in Missions. The audience !431fa!

of your valuable services was surprised and delighted with Ella BYS7!dZBAkSR .
POSITION WANTEDr Steaeax hIC: x MONTICH :
work. M with an Inexpensive the rendition of a duet by two -, <0 A.W flWI Iwpi,MOf M IdkbatiwLqaiv.
or general office wey =
Business College. 6 years ex- weekly ad in The E-ICsayi" precious little girls Misses Judy ... .+ inn..Pnw.| ant MehMM hut. ..Ht riM... IK vmMMMM =*a '
-' M teul UaM.uwy
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perience. Shorthand typte bookkeeping nice things about local folk Barber and Barbara PauDc.WEAREHEADQUAR. l". t' r ...= r

and teletype. Best of since 1865.
references. Call Hunter 3-6629
or write P. O. Box 576. 85-tf-ch: tv'C.
Mother Day memorial flowersin VERNON RAGANSCor.

For your grinding and 'wising the a1t.araIeS at the Methodist TERS FOR MAJOR APPLIANCES. .
Church from John
i farm, call WEST Sunday were
h on your W Vamj of Atlanta In of WESTERN
END MILLING COMPANY .his 1 parents and grandmother memory blur 4 Dade and Dora! Streets Madison, Florida
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Quitman, Ga Call phone 4871 and Mrs Russell F Vann and Mrs I I AUTO.
collect. Elizabeth Hadden. SEETHENEWSIUDEBAKER CHAMP PICKUPS-HANDSOME HUSKY. LOWEST PRICED TOOl!

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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JElIOV AIrs WITNESSES ,

CHURCH CHURCHA TO VISIT SANTA'S WORKSHOPIN

A preaching service every Sunday 118 N.. Orange St Phone HU i-6355, I JACKSONVILLE 11llN1UNG.

WE WELCOME YOU preaching Service every Sunday; MEETINGS:
3rd Sundays 11:00 .. m Bible Study: Wednesday 730 P. M. -
lat: and morning "Christmas is still a long way ABOUT MOREINSURANCE
2nd! .and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. lat and 3rd Sundays 10.OO a. n. Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 P. M
I off for most people, but we're
Ministry School: Friday 8:30 P. MWalchtower
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School each 11:00 .
Sunday 2nd and 4th Sundays
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to for it
-Bible starting get ready now.
Study
Sunday at 10:00 a. In Sunday School every Sunday. ?
Sunday 7:30 P. M. announced J J Sale Jr. owner and
Prayer Service each 3rd 11:00 .
lit and Sundays a c
Kingdom Seekers Welcome I operator of the Western Auto
8:00 ,
Wednesday p. IlL 2nd : and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m.
covered No Collection Taken. Store here for the past 20 years.
Family Night Family Night Covered Dish JSoppeFiiday ;
Mr Sale accompanied by Mrs Sale
dish supper. Friday night after second Sunday :
before lit Sunday 7:30 p. i.Woman's every month promptly at 7:00 p. m.! ADVERTISERS Please let : : i and Mr and Mrs Sam Breeden

,: Society' of Woman's Society of Christian Service : us have your ADS by TUES NEW11OMES oil attend the Western Auto 51st

+Christian Service meets on Monday night after:I DAY NOON. THANKS. TIlE Anniversary Merchandise Show In

I 1 meets Thursday after third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. : Jacksonville, May 15th and 16th.

11st Sunday 8:00 p.1fethodiat In''The Methodist Men's Club meet! E-R. WOULD YOU BUILD A NEW This is an Important show,"
Men's Club meets HOME ON YOUR LOT OR ACRE
Mr Sale stated "featuring our
t"; alternately with Rocky' alternately with Cherry Lake 01 SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULE No Money Down Check These! I complete 1960 line of Toys and
yt Springs Tuesday .after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday W M A.> "
items.
Christmas gilt
7& 4th' Sunday 8:00 p. m. 8:00pm. 5 SILLS NOT 3
k Wed'The. 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music 17 SHOWS OVER THE U SMr
OCl1dAI Board meets 1st Official Board meets each No. 1 FLOORING NOT No. 2

.esday each even numbered monthf'after month following the supper on 7:55 News No. 1 SIDING, NOT No. 2 Sale explained that the Jack
I service. .' 8:00 Baptist Hour sonville Merchandise Show is one
prayer Family Night.P. 2x8 FLOOR JOISTS. NOT 2x6
Commission on Education meets 8:30 Gospel Music : I of 17 which win be held in May
f. Y. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. TERMITE SHIELDS y
!st Wednesday ,each odd numbered 9:00 Revival Time for the more than 3,600 home-
MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE Treat
[month after prayer service.f> CL B. DAVIS, PASTOR 930 Gospel Concert CRESOTe ALL SILLS AND I owned and operated Western Auto
JAMES SHEFFTELD. S. S. Sinpt. 10:00 News. FLOOR JOISTS Associate Stores all over the

.THOMAS SURLES HARRY:*.*![. Lee Methodist Charge 10:05 Sunday Serenade Same Price as others that use No. 2 country.
[COCHRAN, .Assfs. 10:45 Prelude to Worship Material and Sills
REV. E W McDOUGAL pastor 11:00 Worship Three "Every year the manufacturers
Morning
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C. B. DAVIS Pastor.
k :!:;"" LEE METHODIST CHURCH 12:00 News Up To 10 Years To Pay come up with hundreds of fasci-

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching1st 12:15 Afternoon MelodIes REMODEL AND ADDITIONS nating and wonderful new toys

GREENVILLE, FLA. ?,'.,:'.'r.. and 3rd Sunday 1255 News and this year promises to be the .
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ZSunday.SChool ......... lOjOO A.;MiKornlng _,. 11:00 a. m. and 730 p. m. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies Get prices and specifications from most exciting ever. This show -

,Worship ...*+, llrOOTA?,.:U Sunday School Every 130 Afternoon Melodies. The Rest Then You Will Buy will truly be a Santa's workshopof
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. MEvening Sunday 10:00 a. m. 1:40 Serenade In Blue From Sparks Best Items to make Christmas more C. E. QUICK

7:30 P. M Methodist Youth Fellowship I
Worship 155 News Our Satisfied Customers Are Our "
fun than ever' for everyone, Mr HU 3-6163 BOX 293
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M B: Opm 2:00 Hour of Decision GREATEST Asset ,
BOB 3EARCY Sunday School Supt. 230 Musical Sunday Sole noted. .MADISON.. FLORIDA -
17th show that the
Thls is the
HANSON METHODIST CHURCH HICKORY GROVE CHURCH 2:55 News' Write '
'Preaching: Services every First i Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays 3:00 Musical Sunday Sales have attended.PRESBYTERIAN. This Gulf Life agent can tell

and Third Sunday 11:00 A M 11:30 am and 7:30 pm 3:55 S'cwi Sparks Best Homes you how, with Adapt-A-Is
Plan Insurance
and 7:00 P. M Sunday School every Sunday 4:00 Hit Parade CIRCLE your
adaptable. For example, a
Sunday School Sunday 10:30 am 455 News
every
? MADISON. FLORIDA
income also
family plan can
10:30 A. M.
5:00 MusIc At Saadcnro -
PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
,'Family Night Saturday before 5:30 Headlines & Weather J < :_ : Mrs M Bunting Jr was hostessto provide Income.substantial Give hima retIrement -

Every second Sunday 4:00: P. M. 6:33 Sign Oft i Presbyterian Circle No. 2 with
REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON Pastor I Preaching every Sunday PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO: eleven members attending. Mrs call todaylTermites I

Sunday School 10:00 A. M CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Randell Gaston gave the devotionalon

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH .Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. WILLIS RECORDING of the Christian Home
Sunday School ......,?.. 10:00 A. M. Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. SckWe the topic Swarming?
Daily Program and Mrs T C Gibson chairman of
:Morning Worship ..._ 11:00 A. M. Evening Services 7:30 P. M.
.)Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday STUDIO1eIOVINGGOING Church Extension, gave the program CALL

Evening Worship __ 7:30 P. M Evening .__ Y:00 P. M. WMJJP 1230 ON YOUR DIAL on the departments of church ,
BurkeExterminaliiigCo.
Mid-awek Prayer Service 7:30 P M W B SEALS, S S Superintendent 6:00 AJ Sign On OUT OF xtension that Included home missions. i

Brotherhood last Thursdayof J ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union 6:02 I'1&. F-trm Hr. Mrs T C Merchant Jr conducted -
each month at ?.... 7:30 P. M. 6:25 World & Mate News BUSINESS SALE the business meeting. !'

WMU every second and fourth Director.ERNEST CURE, Minister 1.30 r.... Farm Hour 45 RPM .73 Mrs Charles Knox reported on .

Tuesday 7:30 pm. 6:45 Rudy Hamridc 3.98 LPs 2.72 Bible School that begins June 6 Phone 293-J Perry. Florida
V L. SINGLETARY/S. S; Supt;' WELCOME TO (Mon. Wed Fri.)' 458 LFs 3.49 and lasts eight days. Toe hostess

JIMMY LAMB. B. T. U. Director NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 655:: World News 598 LPs _______ 4.22 sandwiches and COUNTER TOPS
REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN, Pastor Come Worship With Us 7XX State New served punch

WELCOME TO Sunday School ........ 10: 0'X M. 7.-OS Coffee With Ray SCOTCH TAPES cookies during the social hour. G-E APPLIANCES

)rr. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH I Morning Worship 11:00 /"n 7:45 World New 100! ft plastic extra play 350
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Sunday School -_ 10:00: A. M.1 I Baptist Training Union 630 P. H. 7:50 State News 1SOO n Tartan Series 3.00 BUSINESSMEN . S KITCHEN CABINETS
Evening Worship _..* 7:30 P. M. 755 Weather News
Morning Worship ._ 11:00 A. 1200 ft all-purpose 2.2S
Union ?._ 6:30 P.'K1 M.i I Midweek Prayer Service 7:30P.. M. 8:00 CXfee wife Ray If you want customers every
Training .
Evening! Worship-__ 7:30 P. )t. I Brotherhood Friday 7 30 P. M 9:00 Morning Devotions RADEC 1200-ft( high fidelity 1.25 week in your store tell 'em I IIntrwi

........_.... 730 P. M. Jack Pickles .......... S. S. Supt 9:15 Musical Interlude
Prayer Church Meeting Business- Meeting; First Sim Andrews .. B. T. U. Director 930 Music Unlimited Give me an offer on the following about it in an E.R ad every : DA .

Wednesday night of each"month. REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor 10:00 News Sheet and book music! 3 and Sin week.
Unlimited
Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:30 10:03 Music Music UnlimitedUtt empty reels splicing tape timing "" "'''''''''' S
Thursday night of each month. CHURCH Music Unlimited cader. Each or all at your price. We eMajor headquarters

Breaching Servlc Every Sunday Preaching Services every Sunday 11:15 Public Service TED WILLIS CONSTRUCTIONNew

f" Come Worship :With Us. I Morning Service 11:00 A. H. I.I I.1130 Record Session I 404 N E Hancock HU 3-6827 for Appliances.
REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor I Evening Service 8.OO P. M 120 World News and Remodeling& .

LEE BAPTIST CHUR"CHREV. Sunday School every Sunday at10.OO 12:15 P II. Noontime Notes Howerton Supply Co. WESTERN AUTO

I. T. CARTER, Pastor I I A. M. I 12:30 Talk Of The Town i Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in!

Cervices every Sunday BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P.Prayer M. I 12:40 Uncle: Ned C-in bun 40c.WHITE : ...... ..."."...,(".......... ...-.L itI .
School ..._ 10:00 A. )L Meeting every Wednesdayat 12:45 State News
Sunday
TOP DRIVE-IN :
8:00 P. M.Brotherhood. : : :
IJ L250 Farm News
Morning Worship ...,_. 11:00 A. M.
Training Union ,............. 7:00 P. U. first Thursday every 1255 Weather News
month at 7:30 P. M. VALDOSTA ELECTRIC CO.
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M.730P.M.. ; 1:00 inilbrHy JUt Parade .
Prayer Meeting. Wed. E"ef'bodyVetcome.. 155: News NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY
J. R. COLLINS, Paston
REV.
I 200; Gospel Time
ADDING MACHINES
c MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST : MADISON CHURCH OP CHRIST 230 Public Service I Proudly AnnouncesTHE

CHURCH 2:13 Afternoon Melodies VICTOR .. ....... ... $171.00
ftEV. JACK LAMB ....... Pastor 701 South Range 255 World & State Newt
.a OPENING OF OUR
Sunday Bible Study 10.-00 A. )..tLord' 3:00: BURROUGHS ........ 209.50
of
B. R. Sapp Chairman Board Afternoon Melodies

Beacons. Supper and 3:45 Public StI"rice4OQ CLARY .............. 225.00
11:00 A. M.
_.... B.T.U. Director Edification News NEW.MODERN.
Bailey .
Billy Director Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. ODHNER ............ 259.50 fi.
Leroy Cruse Associate 4:05 Reqnest Parade t

Leroy Cruse .___ S. S. Supt. Wednesday Evening 455 World & State News TOTALIA ..... .. ..... 259.00 :. .
Services _...,....... 730 P. M.
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:Miss Merle Bass ....... Song Leader 5:00 Request Parade
fed and state fax.
plus
Mrs Juanita Cruse Pianist10.OO NEW HOPEFUL 5:45 Sports Highlights YFIXTUAES :

Sunday School A. M. MISSIONARY. BAPTIST CHURCH 6:00 World News TILEENTERPRISERECORDER

Morning Worship ?.... 11:00 A. M. Services every first and third 6:15 Twflltht Ttmes

Training Union _.... 7:00 P. U.Evening Sundays at 11 a. ITU, and 800 p. m. 655 News HU 3-6361 AND APPLIANCE CENTERLOCATED

Worship ....... 8:00 P. M. Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 7:00: Sign Off
Prayer Meeting Wed. 730P.M. a. m.Trainer PROGRAMS StmTRCT:: TO AT 414 E. PARK AVE.

:Just as I am, wttho&t one plea. Union every Sunday 7:00 CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
I came. Begai-dlaag' of yow clothes .ai. KEEP UP WITH POLITICS In Park .Center Valdosta Ga.WE .
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eo>* ion. Whether cotton Home REV. W. T. RYCROFT, Pastor WAKE IN THE E.RiNftia ,
.,.. You are welcome la our UPRARIN'
efcarch aervtee.. BEULAH BAPTIST "CHUHCH CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF
Welcomes You TO CON
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Services Every Sunday MODERN LIGHT FIXTURES Incandescent and Fluorescent

Jtaaiay. School! ____ 100 A. X.' REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor .WitLout...T........1M r Backache.ft...,,.. PUTLttASSGLASS Also the THERMADOR BILT LN SURFACE TOP OVENS
Merging Worship 1140 A. M. Sunday School ...._ lOsOO A. M. r... M 'bc'' .....'** ..
.w .......... .... .. .
X. w .n. MASTERPIECE DOUBLE
70 P. I w aa u. REFRIGERATOR-FREEZERS
Bveing WorsWp 11:00 A. M. ...... .. .. r .
Morning Worship .u.a at ta awl.............
Youth ServiceWcduMy80, P. 1t. Choir Practice 6.OO P. ]I. .. ,....... Wtita .. .....,.,.. OVEN WITH ROTISSERIE
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REV. B. B. PRICKLEY, Pastor 630 P. :M. I .
Trailing Union wsl.- mutt tiftrf-.t ft fi _v .
Worship....... 730P.M. < r !> !< mi...iUi tUiin. .. t WESTINGHOUSE G-E,DOMINION, SUNBEAM AND TOASTMASTER .
Evening
D. ft. KftVleC .. CLASS .
L. InitJIUIIII r.a..ts t 'IrftC ,.* ROCK SMALL APPLIANCES
Prayer Meeting. Wed. 730 P. M. *tak-.n. MCU.c 4 a ....... ... ,
f' eHUftCH W JEMJa CHftltT fLATTER ..,.. '...... MMOftS -
DAY &AINTSBUftIIay SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTKTCHURCH Dais'. 115. .st. ,aKnt hI.....Tt. AH your favorite lines of the very latest in electrical gadgets t Caat>
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School 10:00 a. m. ... w aat .i'......... ..tt...., 115 W. Savannah Ave
L .. .. ..... to LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY .
-i.a UI. -- and you
SMFfeaaeiu Meeting _. 11:00 a. m Services every Saturday at Mad,' I. .. ........... d.lt M r .s....., jrytI. o Phone: CHERRY LSD: f
ReHef: Society and Priesthood time, ison American Legion Han. .... S. kr ..M tftovtt MUM ....ht
2 to. tomMt Mtt.M .f UM u manftnef .< VaMosts, Georgia 11
begins .
Md place as annootted at Sacra. Sabbath School pm ( tawKit VALDOSTA ELECTRIC CO."a :
Church Service at 3 p. m. >r tt*! .itM. .Vw. Mi lit ,
meat Meeting. na>*9vr norf......art. tr raw FOLEY LAWN MOWERS -
All.. SERVICES AT AMERICAN E C WILLIS. S S Supt W r n. Kr fen ... MVW MMMT.. Varfosfe
,, < LOOK HALL HAROLD YATES. Pastor Tele rah BRlCC -STRATTOi MOTORS I 414 E. Park Are. Ga.1 .

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JUDGE ROAD, CHERRY LAKE Everyone Wekoawl. "... '." HOWEKTON SUPPLY CO$ j : -- : : :

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adJ m. High School: here Tuesday i MIII'f a by0 ...., w..: ....

i to.4. i i.oys" u.dDa by Rev W D ....ad e....
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2,000 AT7 ND BUCKEYE: ..... ',,, ,
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XA, lBON. FLORIDA. "," r v, that. .ompft..**. tint opea, .-. ... PtDfMa F1I.

__ ...rot, 111id. turn Farmers' String Band, eater*
taitMd thTier1t aee+eeal -1'.
Visitors front ail over thte area
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I--f :=-JoIa the modemBuckeye's u Gian }M.d the chapter
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mills and com- h told of tea supsrviaed tar j

---- r ;: ; fnic out are hJab quality ceBolose.f ,.....,..... :
Four miiiams of the Panama want to traffic everyone Who ..... ....... BiaixvHodoaa !

City Lions Club: Den TramboM, came out, to visit with us," G A GPorce J1.ay '01feeI and.jAIhert
Jr L W Stafford,. Morgan F ._i Batela .lid the YFAarrced.
"Btitckeycfc of
Tongas, tnt&a&sc
and Tom Prater.. visited heLions' local I
Florida ofefaUom sue. I certmlaiy *"
etoe. et fnefr meeting jhet* .
1 'moal Mrs
The brat jii'ipaiiinl; by
Tueaday. They were boosting Mfr' hope that all our vas '
Refcy Pairkk and aervad by rsew-
Prater wto is a candidate |0r Dial etioie4 UuMpaiiviNr ,a d will pknto
bert of the JfuiiioiBaahHL'I Depart'of :
trici GoTsraor, the election, to 'beheld +ome hade toJUt the ,.plant ,el 0.+etbarfie .t ... ScIaooL.Olfteers
at the irate couMoatiun at Miami x .
Baaeh later this nsonth.Btaon Gieamrflfa ohopt r HYDROPONICS IN MADISON COUNTY! Or canjrrow
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you
it' tour of the plant was PPA+ are: ?*'rent, Jaaan Bafiey; vkeMKp -
'' Key was to charge of ',. titre'for stepsaod .. ffOHMM .tPOwOj; 90 PeBFjTommy gnarl te A bam for your cow hi six days. Th. above .

'the pmgMtfB end. presented MmJamet + aapatate sperM esi was .* Amai;ftreafarar, Fr ik Mor. 3 shots are at NICK GOSSMAN'S dairy at Cherry Lake.

at ,Madison COpelMd's Etameotary I suet of School.IHtJe'They fottn ,........ At these .**<*. vitHotfaaw I.an. Jr reporter, Ihmrit+ CM: .sen- The grass in the top photo which grows about an Inch a
:fofaatryoa i' iqpmeM Ihiei Jffmar Cant aod advtwr.HetmaR day, is being fed to a cow in the middle picture. The"drrea
gave a dettgfctrul program of songs+ no efti r .
recitations, fIuto one numbers, an* dover '"1 ,090 eorAi of 0 HtM farm" is in the bttik&fig:: below.Mr .
The deceratedwith
dtektK room wot
ntxmcemsnts;, ash, and Use like: III- aad haNNvood. Jawwdyard Srels the -ooiora and synboi oflmiH -

/ trlrYeC :merit of i,. .ltcL [ TCInIeMScw.t
Mrafaen. ft tttlt ttsaaSty ape of the wUl-tfae power plantomottrittag he ... eoeiihi oc fed

Inir'. .t ,... silk and Ma and ..*.. treattnoat' I 1nIIIIMII "" ::111... d..ibttolod

Maltory. Wefe 1 ? ,end oMMren worn4i9opiom hi 1tst I IIIMre .,uipmeftt pelt. .... buM., lot carrrer. .Ir. atPTA >r
Mt e Id ... and If a.ke '" ....
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Aaiaa & hapr praaiBceeookan la the "di : POLK VM7E A* CUNICWEDN1SHMY.
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of Biu'. 'and Mrs W
drtstts I JI' drying ... L P AtBUMS SHRTTUALS ;
.x "Jr "' a..e. Springs area pu II ,, MAT K Tom, of;:tiMlaa .
; .. to foiUKd bad sots
ter. wtt P'raelaI t -. ltaae...atPesbec
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; ,;: oa Ma paper maWogvote mac of Madiutt .fh School, WM guertAf' SwiDmStireMADHON.
_.. .. ... l lies' ., ltttke weighinfi 10 tout QerryNews- the XU t"MnaaMt UmlCttCDCiMouAiy *t' fciiiii

JIaIneraeJl te tt. &..111 fag 'A dapapiay dia.. 'a n : .. :::...a:. "> .... G 'of :: Hwt Thuhtn'i owtonoratrana J ":--- '...... '

: r -='.:,-{" .f .... ,.....: other A"' ''' 1- ... MW asasdatdt "Mr. took Who boWte a JI oAKHLNErs!

"y Ms t" r P kd' "" i. jH .Ml tee ,r.. Chatry Lakg hwt Friday ..... opreer li'om' Yanderfefltvvtattr u.r.i ,
a iu. ... oarooi app( win the and fa School sad
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.._,MI.L... ofof 3M .. -!:?. parti Qmom aad FroOd. IWfth the College work until hilt redreMeM, We have been having some cool

\-.__ Mrs P Jennwte jfltUnahiiin KIIatJ. Afi ciaMOf yadlclpated in apofce on pfOfTMa+ of .o tloa and weather for Ute past few Aay's.IN .
to AeV -, with Ita nettonatffi : liMt&c' tINt ...... 'halt lLay. of Ute the advaitlaf l OllIe people of tiimfrnMoc lI08P1TAL.

't and III'. fa Memphis, Teansssce Ja now famfflwimal pawaart W +..... this aD- have over aarfier genera.tfont : illS' R L Craften was taken 61

fir. .... Mist Virus*'* one pt the *Mg: ,three1 ytodueersdireoir feotftat to tie malting of better cm- Tuesday of last week a.4 waa ad.

"' _r.,' I"r'....." of .. pulp In North America. Qftc Cab of Cbany Lake asetat tens faB99ttgf the hofiaOi ahMfni Mid mHted to ihe Matfaon Oewrty HosphaJL -
r ;H" I Wife owe a'mfttiOR dollar tn. r _asahi lit.iitfei iT., JPurttMr ....... as Hie bugle fattota infoiaoh&di wee she oontouer IlL Her

.. nC IVbatey. and lto taaol[ :t:::LW'ioit air JIll*1M inipwrts..It ,... ..e erasreed 1M WIdIRc et "In r be sate wteiy friends wick fast her a aeeedyocovery
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fhe hKixsrtwee of
SUy the Ashley R iotfls hw bra tote/ It "skedui. coopoia *
d atf oatoaaoai. ara ant ooJr :an tier 111 these .dl'1fJJIIe Mrs Carol fir and daughter
Tanga : .from Lateton ...,..LI'-4.1I1 Ol I \1 theft ... .
.....,..W 3era 'JIaW Iar, ." J..! u1ta -' but btu Uttthetfttni wear' ; Cathy ol TaUahftwee. Mr and Mrs
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.., ...o ... mIIwry : North fat with 4.,'. The ahruuvoryBohhy 'ficA" .... MN 4a.., Bceek.u. Norman Walker ad oWWren and
"._ ..twwta to the i.r twfca mtttc, openattaf Mseaaek pahtt brlrtarMt thi ....JI HI'. .;. Mr and Mrs u ne Bmtinmin wereIheir

__ .. .-.W tit jMI eii I acftjr, f/1Ie ..IJL1... ..... A oftrfat hour wl% oalfe aid I parea... Mr aid Mrs
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,..'", to 'P9 fortijix iBQor. 10 per eea# UttIt Mftaar It OH the seMi eaia ot sinned IB the ...'IJJ.... AsoW. ..1tJMIV F ........

>_ -'jC ale+rt the ioedt- at 'fit*ofc woM Ur.d trait' tWnf wad lo raooojw* evorpoae wOt be ..... the pro0NWt 16 a'.... I >fr ant )firs Colemoa 1 aMa and
d 11it :nlid butt' ..-f .... 10... a et Jailiit+me wow vfaHag -
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rrtsit ... r hac pradaaer3a A JI use IWtwai atlIIDt. "' afco awOBHed CBBWOI+ euvieeses!
...: odysbW ...... 3soriy uwt wwtMoiHO/i May .... Fine Orow.:
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:* .1'.. Guy Sif' ..... liraom X to ti pm. the va..eiM will l Mr and Mrs Don Oregai of!Tampa
: \' EIiIa..... s........ ,oaclt ... these aaati..ea be analahie Mr d tar r'"dear every* a.m a.s i have moved, hew and airs Vvingr:
%'. PiN UI" J _llAMa ... wooaL is ... asd to tohesyjcaoHftii iMs .
andd Mr lI' off ............... with her sirtef, Mn RIM fifty They
t. agolHI .... TJwht" disk 1NI& home kt
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UlrOJill .. be heM in 9 ..... ad the aver ,...... We weiosiae them
Mlt acid a half mtOtoo dottar ....... JMrn : a to a doaj wMfc two
mat .ttto ow caaiaialadty.! ....
tills Qnybtdc. fine owvtoBa. Sunday, Dr Field hd
..... to ar-a when the 1 amt of
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the 1 Orations
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athet broaghi asssm! payroOsto .. tie. wW .,., I'J ..... a ahort white Stoeday.
r'r. Mrs R.H HaJl of CSyatt* *. :Mrs
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a wow' of iM w*tM'iMritef
.to IK mffllon. Ejcpeodlturrsy
.. = .... .iM.. k AtheM, ..... ", Mi, riiiuJi'ri' at At Quit- Charlie Whw of MMtom M4 Mn
.. .hs esaspsny sow pump weft : .. 1NMt''r....c. sin eMiir. Mdrsst turret per ):**sae l3eiMnin ww. ..... the
.... $15 ..... am9i JIIIW ... ... ...JIlT.. :MJ.
mmmmm mm ... Bbtra.Be. Mi* ileac Arnold ot Ga..
fee eeonenii' of iMi ateLbr WIll iiiiiiiiii jy Mr b1 /
.' n.. .. IIII4M. ,x wttla Ita __ .k ssflssot ,r....Ry who dapeotoci we arias aid .o.... sprat hMf FrWay: ies e .. her

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p lp and. paper, eontpanieaaoo : t'-- 1I .a.... .. choir and ,Wt ,vofta. WIlt atteh an

a. ... bsm ter to observe : :""" tddJtion to the aerttce Mra >RtebardJizeta Fir Q.ity FwwiIwe
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brio Verswis .... ..i Mrs
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