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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PUBLISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL 4 AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA


VOL. LK No. 39. Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY MAY znn. i960 Jfato*. Flortta Price 1 JQC Yearly Subscription $3.75; Dplayed Renewals fi.oo

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BRYANT: : SWEEPS STATE FOR GOVERNORs .


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s y TABULATED Thank You Thank You 1
o ELECTED JUDGE, UNOFFICIAL 'T RETURNS ,

ANDREWS NEW COUNTY .I
COMMISSIONER, PEAVY BACK SECOND DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 24,19.M.ifISOh': COUNTY Thank YouI I

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k Farris Bryant swept the staten '} ..a -i :' ., -= 1" t -
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Jna of 3'atpugd sue venty.ftTt, thousand ;;;; .;; : Z. ;.f..u ;: 5 t ='" t1J'

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". r close To the hundred thousandp KAL W ADAMS .. ...,... 106 \M2 J' 52 153. .30 licit sS\ 22 J ISM 23 75 1499

p mark whenfaJU-eports e ln. Carlton -, SAMUEL S SMITH .._ 15 219 l' AI' lee... '71 + 1 70' 1" :... "21GI"G. T :frT.11. 64. 1950
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two courtliest, p' cleanfBrovr rd*" FARRIS BRYANT I Zit .311 .-'" 3!$- I1 "- -aj 31 2! Ij) 120 3000UI

wfth DOYLE CARLTO.s 42 11 l 1 ,6 .. ..3. ,3. 14 3 16 ,645
& and squeaked through: *Hnimafcrities 56) ; : : i l'l .; : :. ) .
SECRETARY OF STATE
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TOM ADAMS .......... 268 341 168 204 M '.24. 231 M:. ; liT ,. :28t. 12t(.. too 33 \ 93 2488
Pinellag an{ a Jew.&ther!,, caugttph ES9 .d 3tl J8 25 1 29
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I YARBORQtJGH, SIl 81 51 '' 11. 3t 1 f464 A
His lead lei fed, from' D eti and WORIGULTURE1DOfLE COAi'R '.. "t- ...; ;.;... .h" :A -.. '.'0( "'_ i .ji i '_..l

,. Broward melted away however and CONNER ..... .u._..__ 88 181 Ii'! 61 100 S.c < Si sa 56 84 ...:\ '8 5 31 11 62 1043
; turned Into a heavy deficit asZcoiinr W R.DVs.rERJ.lWjcocK:. --.1 6iawZS 1 !r159tld7dt""" 64 --180t1'24' "'"''1141"P9'! J"L73 ""'1Gi91cE1'tEAT

t <''after' county! consistently tz .. k i reported sizable majorities for the A'L (ROOSTER) LEGGETT: JR 1t i.. I. 61' 143 68 IQ2 : 236.O. 1333 J2S "'r IJ 11 J.G9)'\ 1557 I

winner. Bryant carried big Duval OTIS R PEAVY _.............._......1GO 33fi 2S9 1t9 159 8J :. f133 ,..111. .86. .142. 1St", lfi! \t ,69 2075
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.county* practically 2 to* X and COUNTY .Qn.: t1S1l, DIST. 3 .. i ... ..... jam :1
.. large Escambia more than 2 to 1 LAMAR ANDREWS' .......____ 107 181 260 116 173 99 91 ?12 s 7'9160 m .9 ,'.73":..' 83' .1752

't'"' Tom dams defeated Jess Yar_' GROVER. C CONE ..._m___' 14SNFJMt 222 .115 109 41 2 J 219..710O 122 7 11 Z 1Jt \631'1718, J
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borough r;<'SeefetaryTof"State afedjuuyie r am grateful, deeply, sincerelyand

., |Co ner "**'won:;over t :BusterHanc Offer Sinner f rliXr-GOVERNOR ; humbly In all humility I am

'. for""Commissioner, of Agri. I profoundly grateful for the magnU .

.; eultul'f.to .,become ,.one of.of' tine fictnt Victoryou; gave me .Toes '
RecratiMa "
youngest ., holehMt wa cabinet ] Prrm& e 4It i daa...l t won 1Ct! like to reassure you

" position..,. .t.iIolf'.t...l.t {. thials+fY... '.' S I'Wtil[ don_ '\%c1etWevel best tort ,
L:' Veteran- JijpgflHil AdMmp provide: Madison County the
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"; ... 1 The North Florida Junior College
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was ttjp etvby Sam Smjtn orT-ake best representation which I ant
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. City, Otis Peavy vfai'returned to' will pro1c1er"six one-week etre- w capable,and which you so richly
t. the Legislature ovef 1tooIte Leg. atonal Clinics' between the period k deserve.
June 20 through July 29, 1960. The
gett Jr, and Lamar" Andrews and Now may we all pull together to
<' clinic will be held from 9 a m until f L
Grover Cone fought a nip and tuck make good old Madiso.i: county a
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11:30 a m each day, Monday
"battte for County Commissioner, through Friday* MF better place in which to lim

?. District 3, which was 1 not decided Mr Louts Thompson Director-of Again" thanking you I am always *

"fI> until Pinetta last precinct to report Athletics at NFJC, says these clinks tp your friend. ,

';I' tipped the scales in favor of will provide individual and group -' @ Otis R. PeavySOPHOMORES ;
:
Andrews. instruction in tennis, badminton, \

r Madison county went strong for archery and other individual sports : $a PRESENT 'l {

, Bryant Tom Adams, and Buster activities. All equipment will be b c y PAINTING TO NFJC '.

, Hancock, and gave Smith a sizable furnished by the college. ., "--- .
; lead over Hal Adams The program originally limited North Florida Junior CoU ge'sc

Madison county, with one precinct participants to those*students above first graduating class took the occasion

: missing, gave the unopposed the age of-14, however Mr Thompson ,of the College Honor Day
Smathers delegates 682 votes.With says he will be happy to consider Assembly held Tuesday, May 24, at
the Madison
Methodist
church toIil't"Sent
all precincts reporting, students below this ,age for the college with an original

Madison county gave the following enrollment depending on the physical painting: by George JHilton, Curator:
e' vote for National Democratic Com* development of the child. Mr of the Florida State University

4 r.. mitteeman: Johnson 484, Jones 359,I Thompson also stated that he would Museum '

Milligan' 353. Murray 139 and : welcome the enrollment of. any The painting Is entitled "Southern

Spottswood 284. For National Democratic adult who wanted to "brush up his Still-life' and Is Described by. Mrs

Commlttewoman, this county game" or learn one or more of Martha Tomlinson (NFJCs Instructor
In Art and also a distinguished
voted: Balfe 325, Blakley 178, these sports. ,
# .. _,.. artist as a polymeratempera paint
Cox 318 "
Brown 341 Cogan 71 forv-as -
Participants may register --------- -- --
Ing. It will be hung In the NFJC Library
Ehrmann 52, Hallock 72, Murrell I I many weeks as they desire:"'one to as a permanent memorial to
FARRIS BRYANT
89, and Thornas 109 Ilx.\The cost for each clinic I one"Cek NFJCs first graduates. .

\\ ) will be five dollars. While

LEGGEIT THANKS regularly no c credit Is enrolled intended( students for the clinic who HAPPENINGS PLAYHOUSE KINDERGARTEN NFJC TO OFFER Cucumbers Moving At A To Graduate '

SUMMER CLASSES
COUNTY VOTERS satisfactorily complete at least Truck Load A -
. three weeks work can be grantedone r Day Jimmy Bevan will be graduated June
hour' credit toward On Friday April %9, the Playhouse lltb from Georgia Tech with degree
semester
I for the Dr Marshall President -
am sincerely grateful Kindergarten visited the Madison Hamilton In Industrial
Engineering. He will
fine vote the people of Madison meeting physical education require Elementary School where they sawa of North Florida Junior Cbllege.has
Cucumbers are moving forward arrive home next week end to bq,an
County gave me in the second ments. play presented by Mrs CienaBaker's announced that the college will Inaugurate -
attendant In the Hardee-Sims wedding -
market where
from the Pinetta
primary May 24th, and although I Anyone interested in enrolling division of the First grade.. a summer school program and will have his guest
as
did not receive enough to be elected in one or more of the Recreational They met and visited with Principal beginning June 20. Classes win run grading and shipping began last Miss Ruth Burton of Atlanta. :Mr
t.., appreciate the for six weeks five each week week The crop is reported suffering
IiJ.l always deeply Clinics should contact The Registrar KlnIQand visited In the tuft1ft days and Mrs Bevan will go to Atlantathe
support courtesies and encourage or Mr Louis Thompson. Director grade rooms where the Kinderpartea and will terminate July 29 AD a little backset from the dry following week end to attend
ment of my many friends, both of Athletics, North Florida grad will enroll at the d&DesIU be held In pleasant, air- weather. Normally the shipping their son's graduation.
o'd and new. Madison, Florida, opening of the next school term. conditioned classrooms The cost for season is expected to last till June
Junior College
f Let's all work together for the The day was, climaxed with lunch each course Is $36.00. 20th unless excessive drought cuts Steve Bevan of New York City
best interests of Madison County.+ as soon as possible.cARDoF11MKs. .. served in the Elementary lunch 'The following coarse have already the crop. arrived In Tallahassee Thursday fora
Best wishes everybody. been scheduled other !
to room. ; coursescan
The sold abort week end vacation visitwah
<> cukes are on a contract
Sincerely On Friday, May 12, after completing possibly be offered upon the!
his mother Mrs Edith Sevan
,. A L. (ROOSTER) LEGGETT,'JR. ( ( a unit of study on commonl-'' request of ten or more students basis to a Miami company the price and win be here to spend Saturdayand
.
"No. hundred.J
for 1's being $S per
In not
the interested a specific course
ty helpers Kindergarten paid a E
Sunday with Dr and Mrs R
.
\ visit to the City of Madison office scheduled: Fundamentals of Mathematics T Woodward Is handling the Watson. SDANGER
: ELECIBOEttif with Qty Cleric A H Smith and History and Appreciation of shipping with about six' employed
Itis with a deep feeling of the local Fire Department They J Music Western ChrflizaUon, Communkalkm In grading, packing etc. !
and humility that I taken for their annual ride Skills World Geography
gratefulness were on
: S Blair came out ahead In thesecond I .
thanks and appreciation the Fire Truck and Intermediate Algebra.
express my I
primary for Clerk of the Mr to 'the people of Madison The children were invited to Regular college credit Is offered Miss Linda Johnson} Following the fogging machine, Is

Court In Jefferson County. county for the fine vote you fcare entertain at the Initiation banquetof those satisfactorily completing dangerous for at least two reasons i ..
'. Blair Is the brother of Mrs Jesse the Madison Junior Cub Saturday courses provided college entrance requirements first, the chemicals are In a concentrated
'1" Hughey and u a native'Madisonlan. me Tuesday In electing from-District me: you May 14. at the Woman's I have been met Those Graduates June 6 form as they leave the '
of the IanionCrIQrC.CI communitY. County Commissioner Club. They presented! their MayDay not meeting college entrance .requirements machine; and secondly, there Is a
+ r Three. I do appreciate this honor routine In costume to the .eajoyment mar audit coarse r serious traffic hazard created by;
very much and I will try to"sho of all Each child receiveda I AH of the courses offered have &I s Linda Johnsori daughter of the fog

e my appreciation by giving you the gift from the crab presented by been approved by the Florida StateDepartment Mr and Mrs Clarence Johnson, I Kindly do all YOU can to prevent

ecy best service I possibly can Mrs Betty WilliamsOn I of Education for teach. owners of Johnson Motel, Is to MJdren from running; riding OC
Tlajits Frieftfe and by co-operating with the other Monday May 23 the kindercjarten cr certification. Teachers needingto .Crsdttte June 6 from South Caro- I following behind the machine In any
members of the Board In working was Invited by the Madtsani, recently or renew certificates, Ina Baptist Hospital School of .way whatsoever' :; and if you are

To tay friends of Madison County: for the betterment of every pUt' 'IDph School Seniors to entertain on,, (regardless of the ranks of the !Nursing In Columbia. and Mrs riving, use extra caution when near
Class Follies. certificates held) may receive credit! the fogging machine. ...
rhankt vote and the Senior ,
a million for your Johnson and Clarence and
support, will Cath. of .our fine county. The Playhouse graduation Is I I fur any of the above courses! pro* sons Let's all work together to prevent
and I see you '
i to attend
Sidaen plan the graduation -
Sincerely .. tI ] Most Sincerely. j stated for Friday' night June 3, at rided they hire not previously been i "accidents.cmr

.... GROVER C- CONE < Lamar Andrews the caf eterism. taken.. < OF HADISOJC '

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InAiOWreck I I : .; $.2i1rincut)4 Brought To Yoa Weekly 'B rODsnu ,

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FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
Six people were injured, four HOWAOD

seriously enough to be hospitalized,
In a traffic accident at 3:30 p 'm YOUR fr..OliPA -
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an
21 In Wakulla
Saturday, May
t. GAME ,
County... ( 5IdTh1 7J* r Nv s woo
,A Chevrolet sedan driven by Far-

". ., 'ley M" Cone, 16 year-okUson, of A \ .. .. .
James Cone of Greenville went J. P JOHNSON of Madison do.
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through a stop sign qn S R 365 .. .
w you read the Fisherman's Calendar?
and hit a car on U S'98, driven by

Mrs Clifford Mellor $2, Largo, an

Fla. Trooper J L Fulford reported. .: '
Both Mrs Mellor and ,Jar husband, '. .

a passenger in the car, were hospitalized .* _: COW'S FlSHiXMAN'5 CALENDAR :

for multiple cuts and -411 fO*mi WBK MAY 29 THRU JUNK S

bruises. .
I Young Cone and the passengers i "' n. fit ilk tor, Hi Yflbw Fbh .. B.T

In his car, Wayne Kinsey, 14. rrl .
Monticello Ronnie Gliuv,, 16, Green- SUN .MCNITUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN'
vine, and Bobby Brajwell, 16, ofGreenylllev 29 I 30 31 1 2 3 4 5
)Ie I )Ie I )e I >Ie )Ie. )80 )Ie ,
were all treated. forcuts ,,,, 4:20 SOl 522 6:38 7:24 8:11 8:59 9:49
and bruises, and Kinsey sacs sv -' t PSt PM PM PM PM PM PM PM
fered In addition; a fractured 'hand, : xs .

and Ginn s sprained .neck Cone's %
ear, which belonged to his father, OFTEN CUfDCAT'QUIRRtL BCCAUSf ** Rhh k.e the Fbli left': the'Day for fishing; I

had.the front endsmashed. He was OF ITt WHINING CALL THAT SOUNW LtCC s
THC MEW OFA CAT-LIVES THtUOUT, t
charged with running a atop sign "
FLOWPA IN T&WH&/PARK HA 1rtM3o
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; Mrs J&uth Payne, C; TICK ANXfR 6I S < '

L lac Ldic> Pion,: '
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.Dawson Hicks, G a RBVpu D i : ei' WM
CONTRACTING ON SHALL AND BIO REPAIR J B$.
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?: .uantta Il4eeli4Fr.Mn, Awjej K; REMODELING AND REPAINTING, Jb NEW CONSTRUCTION"
T49 ., falter Fesiell .and James'J r r 11 r1
)y A I LET US HELP YOU ARRANGE FINANCZNa --' ,- .-

.Discharged: 'J J.II ; t L. r,; ..... I.r ',4 .. .. : "'T.\ -. ., .---... !" J' :! ,. I ..1ftl
Saaffo, Mrs Itfjbt.'japfen*. .and: ,1. '..... l .

.bby ,girl, CaMa.f: |ta IdaMc0nney IS YOUR ORGANIZATION' bold, .JO. -- -. I -. .. -
'.aad,,J Af JwWesl lerj i iEnglfeh : F.lfpl: lag a rally, having a fuad-raljlnc I

Mrs.,cUyc% :.Kttrt, Michael drive, seflta cookies, throwtecatflth Ii '1 yDr ". tefttaf*
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Patwsqn, Walter .Wyi*'I'ijI '.JerutAndecson. .... ,si ". supper, or If so prpmottnccnteftainmentT play it .cod an pc- .

,C ;$ Gfpg&tg, James and promote It with Iowa spot
Joiner. Hobson Williams, ;DB! m! ads OQ WMAF and In THE E-R. ft. CLIDtR GROUPMWLING'S

Jones, Mrs Anne X'u4or, ,'Henry WARM WEATHER
and Ted Willis
Thomas; I
GETS DIPLOMA AT MARION I
Deaths: C L Williams and G R -
i r,1;?_ /who Justd-I, while back
r :Mcdamma. '/ '
Ken'v Johnson'"recelyed a graduate
y ia cold
PATIENTS' were shiyjeriAz fc
Admitted COLORED: Jda1d&an Dennis diploma JStmdfy: at the cndation MaV.have,hadjxo cause to opa+ ._ I, f $5995l :
exercises Marion Institute
at ; .
about that end of the thermox6ct .
Mamie Atkins, Delia'Whltfield, Sid I
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Marion, Ala. Ken returned to the past several days Temperature
a.: Williams, Rosa Bell Minor Rosa-
Madison Monday night with .his
for the week have run Into
past
mae Lane, Ida Blsby, Della Brin- parents, Mr and :Mrs J P Johnson .
I the 90' each day and Tuesday the
son and Sally Wright and sister, LUla, and will be here top was 97. But warm weather tJ DOWN
Roberta Glvins Jen ,
Discharges:
for the vacation
summer makes the grows and we are
crops
McFarland.
ethel :Merritt Clora
Maedean Dennis. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO all dependent upon the crops.. The
MAKE APPLICATION FOR biff cucumber season has already
Born to Mamie Atkins on May
FINAL DISCHARGE opened up at Pinetta and J T
18 a baby boy weighing 9 lbs and
Woodward, manager of the market
9 ozs. (Probate Law 1933) there and at Jennings, Is being
IN COURT OF TIlE COUNTY ,
kept on the jump.GE
OUR BUSINESS is helping YOUR JUDGE MADISON COUNTY
BUSINESS. THE E-R. I STATE OF FLORIDA.
In re the Estate of Nellie B Tooke.
Appliances
Deceased. In Probate.TO .
ALL WHOM IT MAY CON
SPECIAL CERN: Howerton Supply Co.

Notice is hereby even that Sara

f LUGGAGE T Calhoun has filed her final rePOrt PIANO RECITAL
as Administratrix of the estate ,
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3 Piece Sets of Nellie B Tooke deceased; Mrs R L Sampson presented her
that she filed her petition for finaldischa.rE'e.
Madison class of piano pupils in
and she will apply to
., that
$27.50 $37 0 $47.50 the Honorable Curtis D Earp County recital on Tuesday evening flay ,
.
\ Judge of Madison County Florida 17th, in the School cafetorhxm.

on the 25th day of June, I960, The young pianists presented a
for approval of same and for final delightful program to a Urge
Way* W. We era discharge as Administratrix of the audience of parents and friends.

estate of Nellie B Tooke deceased, Included in the class presented .
;Jeweler on this 24th day of May 1960. were Becky Isles Bill Cherry, Contour styled for comfort '.-.

PH. HU 3-2530 Madison. Fla. SARA T. CALHOUN Laura SchoeUes, Tommy South bonrforixod for woothor protorttod ,',
'of
As Administratrix of the estate
well, Judy Pickles, Don Selman,
Nellie B Tooke.,, deceased.
'Mary Ann Cherry Judy Cole 'S GLIDER; CHAIR & ROCKER

Phyllis Smith Sandra Sales Ann r
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I : and Dottle Denson Nancy Hiers For
.a. \ summer comfort and fun The perfect
ANNOUNCING OPENINGa and Sheryl Williams. .group for your porch patio or lawn.

,' .'... Ushers were Nancy Hiers Sheryl Exclusive Bonderfced finish gives It ,far
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; I JUNE 1, 1960 Williams, Ann Demon and Judy more protection than ordinary enamel;,

j ',. ,.: 1'_ Cole.The means yfear and years of added, service_ *
Pete's stage was decorated with 'e Easy-action glider and chair in choice ,of
'.1 I' '1,1 U-'IJIRI'. colors.FURNITURE .
lovely arrangements of mixed summer

.' ; Eo Rutledffe St. flowers .

f"t MADISON FLORIDA r NAVACO AWNINGS ,
" HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY
"'.. ", .J .\;Next to BIz Bend Electronics

.,' Mr and Mrs Jack Woodward of Y
,- I' 7' Pinetta left Thursday morning for .

': : .i:. ,:.CUSTOM" GUN WORK Bristol Va, to bring their daughter '
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Miss Woodward
\ Charlotte ri1L
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t home from Sullias College for a
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Hi' ..j' > weeks vacation at her home. She I S t
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.. ': : .' : r. J will return to Bristol to be assistant .
.r'. I director of dance at Camp
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Sequoia The Camp is connectedwith
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---- ----- I Luke, was honored with a bridal ANNUAL>ICNIC See EAGLE'S Isle of Sportswear
CHERRY LAKE NEWSMrs shower Friday evening May 13th I The annual school picnic sponsoredby
at Harmony Baptist church. Spring the PTA will be Friday June
Mandell is convalescing al t l decorations were used. 3rd at the school r
The Cherry Lake Civic Club Inc wishes to her home here.
;; announce Mrs Kenneth Brown Mrs Mary MRS SMITH HONOREDMrs
:$ : Work improving Cherry LakeBeach Howard and Mrs Wiley Blair were Eva Smith is being honored
began this week. hostesses. After the games. Miss with a tea Thursday at 8 p. m. at
that the Chel"l'Y.Lake Public':Beach' Is being dosed, for 1.The new. Wayside Park on No. 53 I Singletary opened her many gfts.Refreshment the school. The tea honors her retirement -
,' ;' ," ppen.BRIDEELECTS of cake: punch and after teaching so many
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chips were enjoyed. years at Cherry Lake.
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Betty Joyce Sapp, daughterof I youngman
COMMENCEMENT
repairs'and Sth GRADE
improvements.: are, asking the cooperation Mr and Mrs Rudolph Sapp was BABY HOWARDMr has been named James Jeffrey
t' Commencement exercises for the and Mrs Jim Howard of Tallahassee Howard. .
... honored with a bridal shower Fri
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w day night May 6th at Cherry Lake, Eighth Grade students will be held announce the arrival of a I Mr and Airs Turner Holton visited;
of aU the'people that use thVbeach. either.. "for swimming Baptist church. Thursday June 2nd at 8 p. m. in'baby boy Saturday, May 21st at}their new grandson and family
: '. f. Hostesses were Mrs J R Collins the auditorium. 6.53 a. m. In the hospital there,I Tuesday.
,Mrs Harold Gross. - - - - - - - - -,- --- - ------- --...----- - - - -,- - .
Mrs Ben WillIams -.cI 0" o i: '!g ;:g iJ i'I iJ ;I :I -;: Ii:!i'I; Ii:!iJ i'I; g iJ -.; ..v----------------, -"'---
or boating. We are planning a grand opening of and Mrs Albert Gentry. Spring .

0ff '"* flowers the decorations.and, coloring The preraiied table1LI in LJITI- :::::jijir: : '

the beach for .Jt Ji'-4th with centers with an arrangement of
everyone. Invited.. flowers and candles with colored ,
'I ribbons forming the Maypole deco- IL r

rations. '. ,,. :, GIFT SUGGESTIONS- : GIFT SUGGESTIONS, .:
After iames. the bonoree opened t for the for the ; :'"

. Free gift wrapping at,EAGLE'S, her many gifts. Refreshments of GIRL GRADUATE ,BOY GRADUATE ; : J ,
cake, mints and were
punch nuts .. ... .
on Graduation gifts staid by the hostesses. .. "'
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Far Quality FvufcreFrigNhire Gowns Pajamas *ShIrts Sox' ,. .
Mrs Ceo Burnett Jr and Mrs ,, 11
Horace Weaver honored Miss Betty 4 Panties Robes Ties Billfolds f'l{'j !!
Joyce Sapp with a kitchen shower Gloves_ Luggage Pajamas Luggage
I AppGuces at the Burnett home Tuesday, May ,1t41 r i.' \[ : ,
Blouses Pocketbooks Initialed Handerchlefsif : IJr'
: 17th. Spring flowers prevailed in ). P' '"
ZENITH T-V the d eorattors:. i. t: :.wt '. >J 'J
SIMMONS & RESTONIC BEDDING ,:After games, the honoree opened i**. t .. .; ... ...
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U SerncesFwMr WeBs FlIl tIKe Co. by MISS the hostc SINGLETARY. HONORED DAYLIGHT DEPARTMENT STORE ,

Miss Imogene Singletary daugh
fax Ws MADISON, FLORIDA ter of Jlrs Alton Singletary and .0 Serving the public since 1932 Madison, Florida ..
Funeral the laic Mr Singletary of Cherry o IC
services for Mr Knox --
Williams 88 ",
who died Monday in I. -- a
Tampa, were held at 2 p m Wednes- ... .., '\ .' '
day in Hickory Grove . ,,_ R, fI
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Church with the Bcv E W : : "." I
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cemetery with c; ;' : : .
Tuneral Home the T J Beggs Jr ; WE: HAVE A HUNCH THAT THIS SOLID PLYMOUTH IS THE CARt ; .
in charge ,'. JI..

Madison Mr Williams"County and was a a. resident native of of q.. ffHAT GOES LIKE YOU WANT IT TO'GO, LOOKS LIKE YOU.WANT '): ,

the Hickory Grove community for I .._ ;IT'I'O: LOOK, MAKES you FEEL LIKE ;YOU WANT TO FEEL :
many l rr f, S t
years. For
the past fifteen : 5 .
years he had been residing in Tampa 1 "'" .II .. ,
with his daughter. *:. Mrs Otto t: .. ,This Plymouth's got everything-and that's the beauty of it. A V-8 engine '\ '

Groetzmaeber.Survivors ''' c ,..., ... .
are thrcc'-sons, John : \that rest y goes when you tell it to. Sleek good looks that suit your modern' ',

.;Williams Pompano. and of Tampa Lewis ,of,' Lonnie Savannah, of, ., ....._ taste. And inside, a new one-piece welded Unibody that's tight and solid...'. .

Ga; the one daughter Mrs CruetzJnacher -, It's the Plymouth Fury and it's wailing right now to take you for a spin.. + '

,.and a number of grandxAlldren. :Make arrangements to give it a good whirl at your Plymouth dealer's soon. .

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at Gibson Tower none Lovett A prodad.hat.aer world",to P,fOIl soliM /fift.
Tower none, Audlla Tower, none,
Sinclair forestry headquarters Too.lo none.Sun In,'",Madison SOLID: PLYXVIOUTH: io ,:'

rises May 27th 5:32 am, sets
729 pm.Moon S. !
: sets May 27th 9rt9 pm. .

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ENTERPRISEJIEOOKDER MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
FRIDAY MAY 27th, 1960 '




THE TRUTH ABOUT NATURAL GAS




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.For, his or "graduation, it'sIIiIMflhIRItIIt1 Two hundred xixty-rfx persons VERSUSIP GAS ;
In Madisoh County received'polio .
shots in the first clinic held May 18. Saturday, May 28 '*
The second clinic the follow-up, S DOUBLE FEATUREI
will be held June 22, at the follow- WANT TO LIVE, starring,-
ing places: :Madison-all day, at .. ....... Susan Hayward with Simon Oak
the offices of Doctors Harrison and land. A true story of a fun-loving:
DuRant, and Doctors CoggJns and You have been told that natural gas lake a look at the City of Tallahassee.Tallahassee ., beautiful California girl and her

.Brinson; at Whitty's Store at Lee, fuel its own desperate fight for life. Sentenced '.
3 p m "to 6 p rry;; Pinetta, at the would save up to 40% on your operates fo die-but some had a gnawing
Ann Tomlinson, eight year-old Allen building, 3'p m to 6 P m5; bill, but here is the truth about the natural gas system. In a city doubt as to her guilt
daughter of Mr and Mrs William Cherry Lake at Austin James LORD OF THE JUNGLE star-
TIMES
rates already filed with the Florida that has a potential TWENTY Hale.
Tomlinson of Tallahassee appeared Garage at the cross roads, from ring Johnny Sheffield Nancy
In her first piano recital last Thursday 3 p m to 6 p m; Greenville, at Railroad & Public Utilities Commission.In that of Madison, and WHICH HAS IN- Bomba faces.trumpeting.
nite in Tallahassee. Her grandmothers Health Office from 9 a m to 12 terror of killer Rogue. Tramplingterror
Mrs W T Hollingsworlh noon. some cities in Florida, such as Orlando CREASED TOE RATES FOUR TIMESIN teeming thrills. The newest'

end Mrs C D Tomlinson, attended. All ages should get second shots.A l Miami and Jacksonville, the THE( LAST FOUR YEARS, it maybe Eomba jungle adventure. Cartoon. I
the event donation of $1.00 Is asked, but Sunday.Monday, May 29, 30
-x- no one will be turned away. Houston Gas Company (the owners of( interesting for you to know how this SINK THE BISMARCK, starring
Simon Kinsey Jr attended the is Dana Wynter Kenneth More. Noth.
Department ot Elementary School TO RECEIVE BACHELOR OF the pipeline) will distribute the gas. city faring. ing in the world could have ever .

Principal's Board meeting in Orlando DIVINITY DEGREE This is the same company ,\'hich.ill The following is from the TALLA- been the same again-if they didn't .

i Friday and Saturday of last Richard Gene Wiggins, son of HASSEE DEMOCRAT of March 23, sink the Bismarck Adventure, thrillson .
week. Mrs Mary Elizabeth Wiggins: of Rt sell gas to the City of Madison.\ the high seas. A true story of
.
I 3, is a candidate for the Bachelorof In the above cities, the rates for 1960 report of Gty Commission meet- World War IL Cartoon.Tuesday.Wednesd .
iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN Divinity degree to be given at ing: The natural business 'IS NOT May 31, June I
gas
AND FOR MADISON COUNTY Emory University Commencement natural gas are as high-and in some BELOVED INFIDEL In cinema-
FLORIDA exercises :Monday June 6. PAYING ITS WAY AND CANT GETON Scope and DeLuxe color starring
IN RE Estate of John, Wpodrow f Six hundred students will receive cases higher-than Pyrofax Gas rates. SOUND-PROFIT BASIS UNLESS Gregory Peck Deborah Kerr. He
Gibson deceased. degrees. Examples loved an Infidel A true story of
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll GRADUATIONMrs : TOE NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS IS IN- two famous people Their love and
creditors of the estate of ATTEND NIECE'S 7,500,000 BTU of PYROFAX GAS problems shared trying to make
John Woodrow Gibson deceased, Joe Smith, of Jacksonville CREASED. The present 3900 cus- happiness real-until one day only.
arc hereby notified and required to arrived Wednesday to be the guestof IN MADISON COSTS ..-- $18.65 tomers should be boosted to 5,000, memories were left. Cartoon.
file claims demands which "
any or brother-in-law and sister. Mr
her GAS
NATURAL
they may have against said estatein end Mrs C T McWilliams, for two 7,500,000 BTU of the Tallahassee City Manager stated. Thursd y.F".day, June 2, 3 "
the office of the Judgeof THE GREATEST SHOW ON
County and to them to IN JACKSONVILLE COSTS $20.30
accompany
Madison County Florida, in the days Cross City Friday evening to attend HOW, MAY I ASK DOES TOE CITY EARTH in Technicolor, starring ,
7,500,000 BTU of NATURAL GAS Hutton, James Stewart Chart-
house of Madison
court Florida the graduation of their niece, Betty
OF MADISON
t within eight calendar months from Miss Judy Wadsworth from Cross IN ORLANDO COSTS .... $18.95 which has barely 1,000 ton Heston and a great supporting
I the date of the The circus comes to
first publication of City High School Miss Wadsworth water meters, EVER EXPECT-TO SELL caft. great ;
i this notice. Each claim or demand has recently been on a trip Jo 7,500,000 BTHpf NATURAL GAS town with all the action and thrills
must be in writing and must state I Nassau with her class She is a NATURAL GAS CHEAPLY and AT THE of the biggest or the big tops. A

" I. the place of residence and OStpfnoe former Madisonkn, daughter of IN MIAMI COSTS _______. $18.96To SAME TIME PAY OFF THE HEAVY story of the men and women whose
and hatestruly
address, of. the claimant arid must Iff and :Mrs Howard \Vad wth. v ork and play lore -
be sworn to by the claimant, his and formerly attended the Madison this date, no proposal of naturalgas INDEBTEDNESS INCURRED BY THE make It the greatest show on
1 Agent, or his attorney or it will schools for Madison have been filed earth. Cartoon.
rates NATURAL
I' become void according to law. INSTALLATION OF ITS .
Rundlett of
Mr and Mrs Charles.
This 18th day of May 1960. "mrith the Public Utilities Commission, GAS SYSTEM? St Petersburg were week end guestsof
|N J Annie Laura Gibson McCown THE GRABS!IWf
CHEERS TO and Mrs Harold Gross JrvMr
but would think that the ofv Mr
Annie Laurie Gibson McCown as you City DO NOT BE MISLED: Harold Grass Sr who had
Executrix of the Estate of John Madison could buy from the Hous- 'been. her and family,
Woodrow Gibson deceased. '. gas YOU DO NOT HAVE TO USE visiting son
I First publication "', ton Gas Company then in turn sell that NATURAL GAS JUST BECAUSE TOE accompanied them home.
:May 20, I960 BBS & K, "ch-4t
II"F gas CHEAPER THAN HOUSTON GAS LINES COME BY YOUR HOUSE PY

: Georgia Red Sweet COMPANY! PISE1! CAN SELL IT ROFAX GAS WILL BE AVAILABLE Gifts that..' truer"f" right i' for the**.

Potato Draws. Check I AM SURE THAT YOU REALIZE. TO YOU AT COMPETITIVE RATES. graduate at EAGLES .tl-

THAT. THIS COULD NOT BE. /. ,
W. C. COPELAND JR.
WithE.M. MAYImpkrneii If however you would like to compare .;f'-I' J '

I Vkkers Co.al Ulic ttlaij Sh0 a MUNICIPALLY OPERATED Distributor of Pyrofax 'I I.

natural gas distribution system, let us YOUR GAS MAN >

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Mr and Mrs W C Copeland Jr .
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party Saturday nightat r. ,
6 cylinder \\1th new car guarantee1957CbevretetBeIaffeY8 '"
o'clock at Hotel Madison, complimenting a' .
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$1395 Miss Ruth stms.banquet '
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The style table In the J. ., .
4 door power-glide, radio, heater A real nice carR pridI inc room was laid for E

22 guests. Centering the table was a ,
1956 Ford Y-8 Fartae Tudor $895 basket of Miraady roses and Easter \ ''"'
lilies and other spring flowers were
stone paint radio, heater whUewall tires. Perfect condition used, to decorate the room. A four ..,
course dinner: was served. Here* year thane to get the world-!**tine t \ '
1956 Fwd Twk Fakiane $795 The hosts presented the honoree deal rrcr m the tunninc 60 Ford FalrUn s 'S ,t.
:. with a pair of sterling vases 500-DI"1>a any tber Ford ia the' b tractor 10 beat em aH-duria our '
tradier. tractor
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radio, whitewall tires 6 cylinder engine. Clean and good Ford Dealer radios fair- Your Ararat car iy worth Wt1tE MMI i1G r.. \i 1'r
ROTARY CLUB more to tr. mm_thtn YOU ever rakooed ponible' Not oUT OF V '
oeij that;bat look at all yon ld! Wa*frtfirm* ?Ford TO aut tHEt eta "
Twkr Y-8 $745.automatic '
S 1955 Font ., fa Umooc for it-rwith the sparkEof pep of the Mileage DURING 1
4 Dr Blanche Hardy was guest Maker Six or the commanrtiaf authority of Thunder- to MPEttT10M r
transmission, radio, heater. Real 'nice bird".os V-SM W..tarJFad wrote the book on it E1tKT
speaker at the Rotary dub Wednesday -wtda wider door opening load* of room far all lU OUA BIG tft-OIKG
and told of her work in rider*-retMTOua front teat loan padctot. -kmtt-f*-}*&* OUI
S 155 Ctorffet; perfect cm tiMb$695 the Guidance Center which: covers ./" throufh and throujhf H..tf xtjlt? Nothing wiflmm -MOW) GOiN' G '. ,
driveway more proudly. Come ia today* ,
five counties In this area and is up your ,
6 cylinder, 4 ,door radio, heater, whltewall tire mainly concerned with JMtjnc0-' .. Take immediate, .,...,..defivcry......,...,Drive a '60 Ford tooiglut )j' '.',-, .
cational information to students for

14FJF.rk'Y8Real $495 qualifications. machine to show enter up college.the limitations TestIng -,. ;+Mr..tr.vi. &;_t+.wtrmwt !1r'&;_!t @ ;

; abilities, needs and interest ,. '
coed transportation Ott TNt l n.AJ '.I '
of the student thus giving the
Before you deal see us. We buy or sell, Eire or accept difference.We teacher more time to give to teachIng MOT .1 .
appreciate your business The program is somewhat new HARDEE R CO.COHXER .
In this section. It doesn't leave human .
AUTO COMPANY ability to go uncultivated.Marton ,
BILL HENDRY were Dr Victor Johnsonand ,, BASE & HANCOCK STREETS, MADISON, Flu\ ''
Dr Vivian Swan both of Tallahassee. t
Phone HU 3-6767 Madison, Florida -See "Ford Startime in living color Tuesdays on NBC-TV- ,


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I Buy Furniture During Mac's May Sale !




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... which, after all, every one of, .
-.an wntow..rwaw MIl.s'**CUTTtt W MCTI ROM -'.'
Published Weekly Subscription $ RenewalsYear in Advance us Is dependent for existence i. ,t k .

Delayed Per Year tt

tfI Advertising: Bates Hade Known on Application .' mUrder 4V ,t

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Entered at the Madison Post Office AS second-class matter June The collapse of the summit,, t

25th, 1908, under Act of March 8,1879. meeting even before it.began

is a serious setback to peaceful w a
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT JR. .. 1
AND ASSOCIATES relations over the world. ,. .
Much that was done Is now .
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MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 undone, and the' long weary ti

NEW ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901CONSOLIDATED felrps towards peace in a cold

JUNE 25, 1908 war must be retraced before wereach h I
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T. C. MERCHANT Editor and Publisher the bright sunshine of a o ,\.. ':,if .'

T.; C. MERCHANT: JR., Managing Editor better world. We blame Khrushchev : ., f -

"' MRS. A., W. VAIN, City Editor for having broken up ,the. .;-. t HELLgrowfast '.' ..

MRS. meeting,0 butte furnished him ,: : W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. "

ORit4 4 have not been fought out on the the good occasion to insist for that It. It we does are al no. : .. ;,. into the right size for this cap! ::>: ;.}'. ,

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\J 4A high plane upon which they '\\'D.s'right and that whateverwe % i -It
%W) should have been contested; ;
V/x rn I do is always exactly the It looks a little big now. But sooner than you'can 'r ,
I N UttMBtRAC/ | /> but we suppose if they had been, thing to do. The President imagine, a college graduation cap will be just the right jv'\... ".": .
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O? oy it would not have been politics. could at least, with the summit ..' size for that ,young I lad of yours. Better make.sure thai*' ,.., ),
.. ( 1960 Bitterness gets in 'before we meeting so near at hand,' have your bank account will be just the right size to send! '. "

qlOH know it, and one derogatorymove suspended the spy flights for I ..::< 0 him to college when he's ready to go! %..... .t" ,, III It
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Thei3igDay leads to another and so the time being instead of wait- : Don't leave anything as important as a college]] education .,,' R ,' +. .
on and on. In contrast, our ing until one of the planes was to chance. Set up a program of ,systematic saying '"f'.".

These lines are being written race for Circuit Judge and the downed, and the Secretary of ':.. .' here that will add up to "what it will take" i"''.. :,: ',.."
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and the battle have been at way of money. Do it now! : ,
on the big day, I two county races. Defense then could have re- 'I .. ;

of the ballots is in full swing: least so far as public statement']frained from issuing the alert : .,, ..:.:

Naturally, the Governor's con- is concerned, free of obJection-I and thereby compounding the .:w BANK OF GREENVILLE ;

test occupies the. rltet/, of in- able practices, and difficulty. Some people want to }

;terest and it is generally tb'nsidered lose will have nothing to feel get. mad, when governmentalactions.afe _MEMBER OF FEDERAL INSURANCE 'DEP SIT 'TY. ,\
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so close that unbiased bad about except that they criticized, but when CORPORATION ;: : .

observers.are not making pre- did not get enough votes. things are done wrong, criti GREENVILLE, FLORIDA ,
dicti The Joe Abrams* poll
ns cism and correction are in order.
gent out on n limb in the firstprimary Cancelled 'J r
Not Much CANDIDATES----
and the limb broke, II
Famed For Its Citrus M
bringing the poll down with it, On the ticket which we;,are Let's Go. .' .Only Two Years before another SPECIAL

..andwe have heard nothing, voting today are contests k for Indian River county, situatedon election rolls around! Be thinking

b'OmfJJoe since. Sam Foor, who National Committeeman and the Atlantic c Ocean in Southeast DepSFISHING : now about your ads which will LUGGAGE. I

used; to run a store here* and National Committeewoman, but Florida, has an area about ... ,".., Convince the dear voters you are
the man. Remember we can help
since has assayed to prominence we have an idea that a numberof four.fifths that of Madison I : : :you ,wrpe-.., ADS, plan Campaign 3 Piece Sets
*in state political circles, voters' will not bother with and population abouta wT
county a .',. Cards and Posters, and take \hose
hit the' nail pretty well 'on 'the them. The positions are important third greater. It was created ON" S t tq 2 nJiH photos of You. 127.50 $37.50 $4750

o head'In the first primary, and to those'who take theirpoJitiCS' in 1925 from St Lucie county "THE WER'i I '.. ..THE.r,. .R < <

after that sent out a report that seriously, but the rank and was named for the celebrated -+ <"h .'t 4
ANNUAL tHOME ,COMING T'j
Bryant would win the run-off and file are not too'' much con- Indian River. Vero UNIVERSALIST CHURCH, '. j J: ..

by a. quite sizable majority. cerned. Beach, the county seat, was I The Rev L; Otter" of Laurel

Former Governor Caldwell came ; I'0 originally called Vero, derived Mis& preached the Homecoming

cut for' Bryant, and Governor No CL_ice '" ; : \, r I from "veritas," meaning sermon Sunday at the Hamburg

r. Collins! jumped in for Carlton. "truth." Citrus fruit production Unh-enallst Church to a large con.
., We thought ','e woulc<' just n. A bountiful picnic lunch
of
j is the principal source was spread. Visitors included a i Mrs T E Weatherly entered
Tuesday night. Well, the Gov skip the long list of delegates 'income in the county and the number of Madison friends and Tallahassee Memorial Hospital May

ernor's race A.wasn't. close. at all, that occupies the middle column county is famed throughout the -- William Smith of Perry and Mrs 17 for major surgery. She is recovering -

Bryant going 'in by' as\ig ma cf the ticket. They have no nation for its Indian River 65 Feet Lone L C Prater of Laurel. satisfactorily: and is now:

opposition, and} except for the, 18 Feet Wide at home. Her daughter, Mrs George 0
jority. I citrus. Tourists, farming, cattle Mrs A E Fraleigh and Mrs J G
Leonard Morrow Jr of El Paso
of the law requir- Snack Bar
provision so raising, sugar: production, and Ashley were guests last week of Texas, arrived to be with her I
ing, really do not need to be on Mrs Clarence Holtsinger of Tampaat I Ii
other
commercial fishing are CHARTERS MONDAY mother through the operation and
Would Sweep StateIn the ticket. They are committedto her Redington Beach home. I
major income sources. Oranges, THROUGH FRIDAY i is visiting her here until Friday,
Senator Smathers for Presi-
the, Secretary of State's grapefruit, lemons, bananas, Leaves Dock 7:30 A. M. OUR BUSINESS is helping! YOUR when she will return to El Paso.
dent, and while Smathers is BUSINESS. THE E-R. I
race Yarborough has been ac- mangoes, avocados, Japanese Returns, 5 to 8 P. M.
for the place he cer-
qualified ,
Tom Adams of financial persimmons, 'lichee' nuts,
t cusing Trips Open To Individuals
tainly.Is not,a bona fide candi .
failures and delaying paymentof guavas, and other, tropical fruitsare
'So after the delegateshave SaturdaysSundayHolidaysCapt.
date.
bills. We do not see that complimented Senator grown. Beef and datrrt'atUe Tobacco Growers' I

this matters so much in the Smathers, they will}' be free to I hogs, and poultry are $5.00 PER PERSON
case of Secretary of State, raised. Sugar cane is a big '
.vote as they please, and the
since this office is largely ad crop and raw sugar is refinedin !

ministrative and only inciden- general public does not, know the county at Fellsmere. Tomatoes Bud TaylorSTEINILTClIEE FOR EFFECTIVE CONTROL '
\\liom or what they favor, and .
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and
watermelons '
tall lsoJp'r business sagacity. are .
have had no choice! In the FLA. OF
And besides if Adams important crops. Mineral resources 'I '
can get matter. So we will just let the PHONE: . .
the votes of all Floridian who include marl, sand, peat Crow City HY-W423 BUDWORMS HORNWORMS'
political bigwigs who drew up .
Steinhatcfcee
have*been in financial difficul- and a substantial industry has I
lies at one time or another, he been developed the recoveryof trtf........
And the GRASSHOPPERS APHIDS
elect them. by way, minerals ----------------- I
will the state.Knock rare such as titanium
sweep
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convention time is only about a PIANO RECITAL AT PINETTA
futile, and ilmenite from .
Down AffairThe month and a half away now, the native sand Next week, The Junior-High School auditorium Use Specially Conditioned i i':1: ,;

July 11th to be exact. Jackson .
county. at Pinetta was the setting '

Commissioner of AgrlC".11ture's Thursday evening 8:00 o'clock CPA DUSTS & SPRAYS .(;.

race has been a knock Appreciation ef Ik-Soil PICTURE OF LOCAL May 12th for a piano'!'Klal given ,f

down and drag out fight .from MAN UNVEILEDAt by the pupils of Mrs R L> Simpson.A .. : I I
Today Election Day but large and appreciative audience Stays Longer Kills Better
the beginning. Buster Hancockhas a breakfast last Sunday mornIng '
a strong organization here this week la Soil StewardshipWeek honoring past Battalion Cdm.omandns enjoyed the delightful program. 'J'hestal'e t

a week in,which we are of graduation classes at was decorated with pretty arrangements '
will doubtless
and sweep our of mixed flowers.
reminded of our precious heritage Marion Institute, Marion, Ala the .
and number of Presented ,
county a others were Sandra Hammock FARMERSMutual
stewardship picture of Mr C P Kelly of Madison
and
land
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of the our
in this part of the state; over was unveiled among those of Ubby Hammock Andrew ,
in taking care of it and Hammock Judy Gibson,
the state, however, he is1p the school reaching back into the Evelyn
it unwasted to suc- Ann Fountain Billy Selph, Jack
passing on
against a tough proposition in eighteen eighties. Mr Kelly was Bat-
All too. Woodward. Patty Ward. Joyce
the young man from Starke ceeding generations. talion Commander the class of 1900 Exchange
Elaine Hijfley, Abigail Woodward &
often in the past we have lived The breakfast was one of the entertainment Ann Denson.

just for the time being.wasted features of this year's Ushers
were Patty Ward. Joyce
N.tIigTFeelBadAbi. the soil, wasted the forests, graduation exercise Elaine Hfeley and Abigail Wood PHONE HU 3-2269

wasted the wild life, wasted ward.
.'4 Mr and Mrs E V Usher of Tallahassee Madison Florida
even our own lives, in a mad .
Mr
of
t mere weekend guests OUR BUSINESS Is helping YOUR
The three state-wide races rush for quick profits, power and Mrs P K RowdL BUSlN S. TIlE E-R. '
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FRIDAY MAY 27th. 1960 .. ..
11" : <:? Rent an adding' machine F 04
Slight Charge I Playhouse| Kindergarten
)1 typewriter at E-R office. 0n1 ?

II j OUR SALE CONTINUES) t Graduation AndRegistration $too. a day, $- .00 per week

A slight charge: Is made for: $15.00 per month.

I ALL rERTAIN'MENTNOTICES S. H. HADDEN & CO. 3rd, at 730 o'clock. Registration

.,..,... '. r WE HAVE PLENTY regardless:t of sponsor) Madison, Fla. I for the coming year is now open.
'.. 'DIXIE RUNNER SEED PEANUTS WIRE ALL NOTICES OF MONET- The Playhouse Kindergarten, di. Telephone)des Sanders* Ht4 3-6<<0.r ,
ALL DRY GOODS ,
RAISING PROJECTS PRICES rected by Mrs Frances Sanders.itea in-
ENCING' BARBED WIRE POULTRY NET- \ you to attend the graduation r or see her immediately followingthe
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o\E. (regardless of sponsor) reduced for Men Women. Children .
39ltdfTC.IEX
exercises Friday evening. Junq graduation
'.:::TG .STOCK SALT-ALL KINDS OF POULTRY AND .> ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE on
ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY
'r''"... .STOCK FEED GROCERIES FRUIT KIND
(regardless of organization) RECEIVES AWARD
.; We have 25 Ib. Jim Dandy Dog Food -
Prices are reasonable. Rising production
Prince Albert Tobacco 16c Cab Best Cheese In Town costs force us to omit ALL Curtis D Carp Jr, of Greenvillewas
REf ADVERTISING. awarded the Chicago Tribune I
MOSQUITO SPRAY TOBACCO POISON Gold Award at the Joint Army-Air
Force ROTC Awards Day at Florida
Mrs A W Vann
entertained her
19th. The
State University May :
bridge club and a table of canasta the
award went to outstanding
t guests Thursday afternoon. Visitors Senior cadet for the 185940 scholastic -
J.I. URLESsoNS playing were Mrs T C Coody. Mrs year, and is bawd upon military .
A P Edgeriy.: Mrs T C Merchant: and proficiency. Curtis will be commis- WATCHESCOSMETIC COSTUME JEWELRY
Mrs James Conway. Mrs: Roger
l tiooed as an Infantry 2nd lieutenant
SETS PORTABLE RADIOS
NWj-ZS*bP1bi&EIectric 0
Asbury won the high bridge score August 6th and reports for .
and Mrs Merchant the high canasta active duty at Fort Denning August .< TRAVEL ALARM CLOCKS -. RECOBD PLAYERS
I core. Visitors cut prize went to 7th. HAIR DRYERS ELECTRIC RAZORS.
II Mrs Conway., All recehred similar CAMERA SETS FOUNTAIN PEN SETS
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I _. j 1I pits of French perfume.. A dessert: ;
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0Fs-r--W H y H WjH Bf H W D. course was aerved. WE ALSO HAVE A LINE OF SUMMER ACCESSORIES'BETWEEN

I YOUR SHOPPING WB tfAVE ."EATS :
-rrcCMPlca Lawi Mower Service
Rev ; of Ft Walton AND DRINKS," MADE TO ORDERSELMAN'S

---- Beach. conducted' services at the Repairing and rebuilding; also any
Serrke anl Rqwrs Friends of Mr Colvln Catton Pr&byterian church here Sundayhorning type small engines repaired -
will be Interested: to,learn that he and was greeted by a SUNDRIES
APPLIANCE REPAIR is improving |he-Madison County. }*fCe. congregation.. He was accompanied Ie, ," Garaje _

hospital from a back injury, and V in. Pkkard and MADISON. FLORIDA .
DKJ1BASdid3.90N was expected to so home Monday.Mr young,.daughter. ------ -- ------------------ ,,: r 1 l 2 ; 1

.and..Mr* .ack Chambiin and .. .j I
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fttf 'Simday with Mr and : L VINEGAR
Shop located'ofporite partis S W )**.Up Terry., 6Y5FAM016f0AD& .

I. market.. "'** ," Jfr1. 1 Mf4, Herbert Pennlntfrfi <4 -
: Leave myirigff :1ft Hagpto. S *et' >4; cfrUfc l, of Pinetta visited .CK1SUP.F' PEuSiFsfOLDEN : ;f,1
market or *Ja4 e* T-V Mr afi| Mrs' WUbera Reaves Son- #, 33 .
J Shop tit) 34 % .
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IWo.t..E' ANNIVERSARY' l' E T LSf"S::
'1/I $WE1i; CORN CAN .1! .

r w. 1I1W Mr ,and Mrs Bobby Buchananwere '

honored Wedding Sunday Anniversary with1 a dinner Surprise '. GARDEN SWEET: PEAS' ."' lJ NEWD6TM1IA'RIDE. J. .fl'

at the home of Mr and Mrs R P
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90th, Birthday Buchanan, given by them and Mr PEACHES fflUNA .23 -
Sunday a week agowas avery and Mrs Calvin Buchanan of
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happy .d*y for,Mr,S..K Driggers assweral Clyattvillc! .' ,... '

home to of help his children\him celebrate met at his his A bountiful dinner was enjoyed BEAKS. i' 2SBEEFSOT BLUE ORCHID'
and cake. ,:
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90th birthday The day was very and for dessert cream 35' .
enjoyable for all A boturtiful diD- The pretty heart,shaped cake was OZL SLacEU*
2t
ner was also a feature! 'that made baked' by Mrs Calvin Buchananand .49 LONG GRAIN
this a great day. was white with pink rosebuds 'r.-. I j --
Mr and Mrs Frank Stokes had as and Happy Anniversary .written inyellow.
; recent week end guests Mr and This was Mr and Mrs POTTED MEAT 2.C 25 t
l Mrs David Stokes and baby of Albany first Other
Buchanan's: anniversary.
Ga., Miss Helen Stokes of i I
I, Jacksonville Mr and Mrs Franklin 'guests were Mr and Mrs Eugene & Meat Balk CAN. 27 :. 29CO'BOY
Sheffield of Live Oak. and Mr and Buchanan and little Jerry Buchanan. Spaghetti 5 OJF
Mrs Allord'Pinkard .of Madison. Visiting in the afternoon were 'B
I All of Mr John King's children Miss Rebecca Buchanan and Benny
were called home the latter part of Cox.Mr DRINKS
last week due to his serious ill and Mrs Rudolph Sapp and
ness. He continues very ill In the daughters of Cherry Lake visited .

local hospitalMr Mr and Mrs Durwood Sapp Sun- GRAPE OR ORANGE AJAX CLEANSER.I CANS .33
and Mrs A E Ragans carried day afternoon.Mr .
their mother, Mrs Ivey, home Wednesday Bud King has returned 39
visited a sister, 1 .
night They home after spending several days GAL ... <
and returned
Mrs R L Griffin
last week in Valdosta with Mr and .79
home Thursday morning. < FLORQ[ f
I FRAGRANCES EACH
Sr H L Pennington.Friends
Mr and Mrs J H Williams Mrs .
had as week end guests Mr and of Mrs Margaret Dela- ROCKET PIES '
:Mrs Jack Williams and children. hunt will be Interested to learn ;
Kenneth, Raleigh and Karren, of that she expects to return home the PALMOLIVESOAP CB .31
Jacksonville.Mr 5th of June. Mrs Delahunt has .
D G McMullen of Gainesvillewas \
been under treatment of Jacksonville : 39c '
among the out of town' guests December.Mrs o .,; .
ph'I1dansnee
at
attending the fellowship supper
the Methodist church Wednesday R P Buchanan and Mr F A VEL POWDER LRC- ::1 .34
visited Mr and Mrs W 0 -
last week. Buchanan
night' of .
Mr and Mrs George Stroud of Raines at Cherry Lake Friday OLEO lt-' t I" 2 for J3 V .. :, ..
West Palm Btach stopped over here afternoon. QUARTERS ...
Monday afternoon with friends and Mrs R L Crafton continues, to VEL' LIQUID I) 39
from
relatives en route borne a SuDs
business trip to Tallahassee. >Improve at the Madison hospital fort SUM < LARGE ,. OFF 28
where she has been a patient
'
e past two 'weeks. 4 BARS

1. CARD OF TIIAKIS' Gregol Mrs Ran were Testy business and visitors Mrs .Don In SUPER) SUDS. GIANT 15c OFF .72 SPREE ,>> BANDED .45

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We want to thank our friendsand R L Crafton and son Harry

loved ones for their many acts, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr OLD FREE ', ZLB. '
of kindness and love shown to our
of Lee com
I and Mrs J D Agncr
$2.19ARMOUR'S
FLOUR
Reuben
husband and father *Ir
McClamma and to us In our be- munity. Mr ROSE CHINA BAG
.. rebveroent For your prayers and We are glad to learn that
words of sympathy may:God richly Lenard Farnell and Mr C H Craml-
bless >t>u We are particularly ire are improving at the Madison a .
Crateful to Drs Cogglns and Brin- hospital. GERBER'STIm
son and the hospital nurses and .
personnel for their tireless efforts J!-- ,.
during his illness SENIOR FOLLIES
MRS, G R McCLAMMAand
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CAN SfRAINED'
f ___ _DAUGHTERS._____ The Senior class of MHS presented SUWANNEE
the Follies of I960 Mondayevening
t Drew Is In a critical
Webb of Lee s

condition at the local hoipluX; Choruses In by the the auditorium.ensemble a hula CHOPPED ,HAM CAN 59 FOODS ". ... for ..65FOODS' .
following a heart attack which he dance by the Playhouse kindergarten I .
suffered Tuesday. a quartet from North Florida
Y ----- Junior College, aM a skit by the PIG FEET 9 OZ. 29it ,' : '
FOOD
i* -- teachers: were among the features. STORE
Songs by Mary Jean Franklin .JUNtJ( { {) 3for .48

N.wRe4eU! Sandra thin Marie Mathis, Patricia / 1.Iu Annnnn AA
Ezell, Bonnie Bell Carmen Buckhalt IDver'IlLCa&LB, .
and Russell Long; accordion: number '

THIGPEN Teens' by Bunker Lewis Oliver, Wanda, and dances W31Iams by, .3i. May 27 & 28, I960 ORANGE(; -

Sheryl Williams and Toy Ragans JW 2 fer '

,.I STANDARD STATION) added*. to the pleasure of the evento DIAL SOAPBATI JUICE 3.{for 29 I !I

M1Ti The grand finale. The Best Thingsin 2 fir .41 .
BASE & SHELBY STS
Life are Tree brought the enjoyable
program to a elose.

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PAGE EIGHT. r THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON. FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 27th 1960
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.customers BUSINESSMEN forget -you Don't! Keep let your'em COMMENCEMENT SANDS TO DELIVER ADDRESSDr "Too Late T. Classify"UNDER Smith The New Judge:I j Gets Certificate of, '

)ft 1 reminded'with low-cost ads CONSTRUCTION
on I I
VVMAF and in THE E-R. John E Sands Dean of Instruc- CONSTRUCTION I'Honorable .
Atht reports from Fellow-: ,
tion at North Florida Junior College New house with all modern con Judge race make certain the Circuit that 1 1I y New and Remodeling

1 will be the Commencement veniences. Large; enough to take Samuel S Smith has been Tit fir. '
KITCHEN CABINETS elected.I FSDS
School your wife and kids out of )"OW'totherhHaw" With all I Howerton Supply Co.
Speaker at Salem High on but 200K>dd absentee votes
COUNTER TOPS Friday night May ; 7. His topic ) way. and small In Suwannee county compiled the I
her from following. "'Ii>
'' enough to keep
G-E APPLIANCES will be "New Frontier'" balance rte stands: Adams 11.628 Smith R Watson DDS. --- -- -. ,
Very Small down payment, 12J501 Adams a graduate in ADMITTED TO PRACT''' !
like rent Suwannee carried Dixie Lafayette Dentistry and a practitioner at I' IN U S DISTRICT COURT V\
BROADUS WILLOUGHBY and Taylor counties Madison for more than'25 and!
Worth, years
of Ft
1 Morgan Calhoun wfrile Smith carried Columbia, having continuous: I Randeli It Rowe Jr Was one of
MOWERTOKSUPPtY Texas, and brother, Paul, of Gainesville IIU REALTOR Hamilton and Madison. k the Florida a State Dental membership Society for in nine young lawyers admitted Monday
jifcCrorHDC* visitors here during the 34481 in Jacksonville to practice before
"T.j !fi were over that period of time ,
was on
kt week end. This was Morgans first FOB'RENT#(At' +avbed "(1>>oute. Dr Ben Mercer leaves June 4<< to I May 18 1960 awarded the degreeof the U S District Court for. the!
t OUR, BUSINESS helping YOUR visit to JWs old .home In several Phone HU 3-6262 SMITH DRUG take a special course for a'eek In Honorable Fellow in FSDS. He Southern District of Florida.Dr
I BUSIN THEJE-lij STORE. 39 2t S.i
years. -..f. I Hartford Conn. I contemplating retirement *
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with the Society's seal Wednesday. of July 15.
as
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deed! No. one f
.. A dollar and a Pay I T '
,..(,\ ''': ,.j JI; / ..... :,. ;jIfIT I.l JqI'",i ,I... half the mst of the lot as down I .
t ... t\JIj'" '. !, payment for a finished house.''
i ,' j: : fill Write R 1, Box 216, Madison for DOG
4't.. details. 39-lt-pd RACINGMONTICELLOFLORIDA

i \ HAiis1TO' BRYANT55SJPPORTERS: j FISHING! FISHING. !
Will be open In Gibson pasture
(sun-up to sundown) beginning

t ..' ,. .. Thursday. May 26, 1960. Your cooperation .. SEASON OPENS
!; I 'WANT TO THANK ALL THE PEOPLE OF IAD- I* always appreciated.

: ( SON" COUNTY WHO WORKED SO HARD WITH ME PETE :t9Ud1When JUNE 10RACING

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IN ELECTING Fd'AIiFtIS BRYANT FOR OUR NEXT
: : buying .
your.
.. GOVERNOR.: YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT ARE ,- .t ,
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HIGHLY / E-R .from Newsbeys :'l '
\ :' : APPRECIATED : Every Night .

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Your Friend, ... run ." ;
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out Into the street to make a sle.!
t1JJJBJiiAVIS Kindly pull over to the curb. POST TIME 8:15

G3IaWZ ( """ 4' Our newsboys..hare' Instructions .
.. ..' to STAY OUT of the streets and I RAIN 'OR SHINE
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MADISON:{ COUNTY CAMPAIGN MANAGER w1th -ut"JJ-. "THENt to ... I I
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y-.AR RI:!,S i JVMAF and with In THE Mow-cost E-R. ads_on J \ TSATURDAf ,

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Idols. -Cod's chief ,rival for man's .... .
Allegiance to not some gold-plated ..ie. Io(, H !
Idol from the primitive world ttjlsmoney. \ I ."
What you, think most of,
what you think most about, what
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what,you treasure about 'anything '

else,-that Is your God,that is your -
master, that. your re&IOntor, Mr- I I
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money, it is God OR money Jew ,i.

does not say you cannot serve Cod t.,. ... .
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CHURCH FOR ALL ,
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And belong to money' at the same ALL FOR THE CHURCH- .

tlme....XLet the reader thmkrWhat The Church u the grralert factor on earth for .
are the signs of becoming. a,,,slave I
of money?) the building of character and good citizenship. ,

It t* a storehouse of spiritual; values. Without a '

.. Iti ttVt Tm H WH.. Ytf strong Church neither democracy norcmhtaiion t 'Jf; :
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Everybody: knows' you can't take 1 can survive. There are four sound reasons why .,:,, ,t'
money with you out of this world. '
Japanese coins are no good in every person should attend services regularly and .
Our future and what her
America except as souvenirs. But support the ,Church. They are: fl I) For fits : presidents prime ministers. -from spiritual '

the coin of no realm is any goodin t own sake. '(2) For his children's sake.: (3) Fo- + tage shall they arise .',>,
heaven not for souvenirs.
even the sake of his community and nation. (4) For
Jesus told} a parable a rich farm The.ultunate. giants of science and industry what, faith will ,the y1 i ',
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er whose crops were so fine that the ulte'of the Church itself, which needs his ,
his barns would not hold them. So moral and material support. Plan to go to profess? "
he planned to build bigger barns. I .
church and read Bible '- .
regularly daily.
He gave no thought to what. he jw ..:
might do"with. his wealth' help The fathers and mothers! of our grandchildren and great-grandchildren -.
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other people, only to help himself. what conV.1ctions.will'be taught in their homes? ,' .
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And one night God sent for his soul Day Book Chapter Verses ;

.soul. so was then poor.he It discovered did not even that have'his Sunday 'GalatiansPsalms 119 5 4448 1 this we. are deciding today. in, .our churches' .-/in' our families.Tor ,,, .1 ,. .' "..,.",

credit He was not "rich toward Monday '
God"-that is, from God's viewpoint Tuesday I Peter 2 13-20 one generation can, bequ ea th.only to the next that hich it, itself t r'
he had nothing to his name. Wednesday Romans 8 31-39 '

That's a thing Christians oughtalways Thursday Romans 12 1.9 possesses* ,"' r .'
to remember about money. Friday Romans 12 10-21 r' 01 : f.l

Its value to a man is only tempo i Saturday Romans 15 ,1-7 Our own"religious ,life, our'own determination to provide our children); -.. j. '

rary. It time isn't dead.true that It's"you'll more be true along with thorough spirit 31.training, our own faithfulness in filling our% I

In that a world you'll where live enormously money is no longer good, churches with families -- these positive purposes,_expressed; Sunday after) ;

than you can ever five in this = .-- Sunday ,will_JTOMORROW S _.LEADERS.r .
moneyed planet

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Another thing: Jesus said:, :
(Speaking of property' of different .-

kinds) "Your heavenly Father I .. ,
knows that you need them all. He
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of necessities. There are religions being Published Each Week. Sponsored by the Following* Individuals and I ,. 11
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t begging-bowlj depending an their Establishments: .
lives long on hand-outs from the
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religion.01"41na.r71'1 Refusal to is not earn a mark a livingin of MADISON DRUG STORE MORROW INSURANCE WESTERN AUTO STORE ,'. : t'

liollness in the Bible, and it&s not '0. AGENCYiUdJoa. DUNN FURNITURE CO.i .,", v"t;

with use But there is a difference The l. Rexali. < Store J.. J. Sale J r.. Owner *APbon JMADISON. ,. ,
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thereat o f"Mammon"us have to straff. l' 'S Y CHERRTTS;: t
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Jesus hinted at the answer to MADISON. FLORIDA .. Pie HU 3-22 U. M 4lsaet.' FU.. )f.tU1fWI1a4 S Marfftnn, FLa, ;, ;

this question. Seek first the Klfiff- S !
,dom of cod he said. Set yourheart" j,
on It,as J. B.Phillips trans .
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New! Delicious dairy desires -- .-... --, .....-
for yoorirtoiii*to be alien Mr and Mrs Robert I* Searcyhate .
Ooad>r f mhrnffnt lor FIRST NFJC PRACTICAL NURSE' CLASS is
been appointed exclusive'local composed -
summertime, anytime. Vanilla, representatives for' United Farm Apr clitg Wedding of MRS VIRGINIA KENNEDY Instructor; MRS I

strawberry: Neapolitan Agency at Madison and. surrounding --- MARTHA BULLOCK MRS DORIS SMITHERMAN,. MRS
ffe,*- *! .Tat boao todar. territory, John T Long, United Miss ;ene Curtis Williams,. FREDDIE AVERY, MISS ANNIE PEARL HALL MRS

,. District Supervisor for the state daughter of Mrs Gene Williams LILLIAN ALLEN MRS RHEBA BEVIS, MRS I&RRIOTTE !-

of Florida, announced ,today. United and the late Mr Williams of ROSS. MRS ELLA AUTEN. MISS MARGIE1SOOTHERLAND I

is one of the nation's largest Monticello will become the bride MRS MARY JANE, MURRAY SIRS!

brokers of rural real ,estate rlth 6f William Cart Herring IOn of INEZ BOATRIGHT. and MRS LILLIE MAE MOONE. ,
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-. ,, Buy fiats good sUfer-product lront" F' Dearly 300 'offlcea throughout} the Mr *and Mrs T W Herring of. i7NEZ BOATRIQHT, and MRS, LILLIE MAE BOONE. 1 ,

your dealer's Treasury Chwt of Super Sus. country from coast to coast Greenville Sunday afternoon June -BUSINESSMEN- ------ Don't let ,1
5th., at three o'clock in Christ Episcopal you
I Long stated that the Searcys
4 I customers forget you! Keep 'em .
.... I appointment is part of a nationwide Church in Montkcllo. reminded with low-cost ads on 1 if
.When fxiyiag your IN THE CIRCUIT ,COURT: : ,, 3rd expansion program necessitated Rev Rojcr Stelnhauer will perform WMAF and in THEi .
JUDICIAL cmcurr OF FLORIDA; by a tremendous upsurge the ceremony, and James A .
E-R I from IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY. within the past ;year of inquiries .Curtis of Monticello will be organ Douglas Martin, of Lakeland
Newsboys "
IN CHANCERY. visited his sister Mrs T C McNallylast I
J : by prospective buyers of rural real it. *
Sam Ashley, Plaintiffvs. l week lie homo
returned
estate throughout the country, j Miss Williams rill have as her
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j"V Please DO NOT park in the Saturday accompanied, by Mrs Me-' DR0
street and make maid of honor her younger sister,
your newsboy run .
Rosa Green Ashley Defend1ntI' i j jI rally who will visit!Tits and Mrs
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out into the street to make a sale. DIVORCE .l Miss Patsy Williams Matron of
Martin
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PIANO RECITAL AT PINETTA a week Mrs Dora
.t; Kindly. pull over to the 'curb. TO: Rosa Green Ashley, residenceand ___ I honor will be her older sister. Mrs Donoley.. of Tampa.* !accompaniedMr
r Our newsboys have instructions J B of Jacksonville.Miss .
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address unknown : Cooksey '
to STAY OUT of The pupils of Jotn'J' Morrow'sPinetta Martin here Thursday and is THE* SQUAWS NEWS
the streets, and
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Xou ar* hereby notified that a Judy Clayton of Monticello
werKJfcMnt visit
we will appreciate your cocperatfaft music class Bull of Complaint for Divorce hat will be bridesmaid.
with us AND THEM for and recital Friday evening?'Ma; 20, ; with Miss Haffye: Hays. Dear E-R. I am living down in
beenfiled against you you are Jackson of Greenville will
THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very required to of at the Pinetta Junior High School tune -JI- Taylor county. I like where I am.
serve a
copy yourAnswer
aea h."I,1dr. be best man for Mr Herring. have
I good neighbors and plentyof
uattorimn. More
t or Pleading to the BUI. of thanslSO patrons Agricultural Extension Service ret
complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney : and frfends. attended. The stage \Jihcrs-croomrmen: will be Paul Her minds that window box or planter good pump water right at the
and :Mrs Saturnlno Gonzalez ring the groom's brother. and Elmer front door,
and not so far to the
", jEntronque\ Cuba,.'Will arrive R E Cowart whose addressIs was decorated with oak hydrangea. Coker of Perry.A gardening b concentrated, therefore I store.
; Madison, Florida and file the pink gladioli and greenery.A needs more watering ks there is .
this week to be guests of'the Rev So I am just living the life of
original 'answer or Pleading in the very delightful program of A reception \\ follow the certnony move exposure to evaporation and a
,and, Mrs Paul Touchton,. enroute office of the Clerk of the Circuit classical and popular music was at the home of >Ir and Mrs less area to hold moisture, and also 'poor calf they been lots of company ..
to) uthbert, Ga, to attend thegraduation Court in and for Madison County' presented by the &/ten young Richard Simpson. 623 Palmer Mill needs more frequent fertilizing.. to see me, tome from Mac "
of Mrs Gonzalez, sister, Florida on or before the 20th day ((niitL Road. 4 Petunias, dwarf marigolds salvia Mm, county also from Jackson county
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Miss Marion AcosU. at Andrew of June A. D. 1960. If you fail verbena vinca scarlet flax and little too.
College. Mrs Touchton will acSpmpany to do si Decree Pro Confesso will Presented In recital were Theresa gomphrenas Buddy: and Cissy are I have to pay $18 a month rent
them. be entered against you for the relief Seals Marilyn Cox Evelyn Harris Reuben McClamma satisfactory: plants. fcr a 3 room house. Real nice. Not
I '. demanded In the Bill bf Complaint. Joyce Blair, Wanda Sue Hammock -!- got the lights turned on yet butI

.F4"x!Mt-sJ W Gibson-Sr of; Sneadvspent The Enterprls-Recorder Is hereby Valjean Bennett Linda Sutton Passes'at Local Hospital Mrs J 0 Wade returned Sunday will soon as I can Please send
k ; designated as the newspaper in Carline Morrison, Joyce Ham- from spending ten daysjat Winde- !my paper down here and please
last week here the J W
at- which said order shall be published ,mode Kay Coffee* Mary Waia- mere, visiting her brother and put my pieces in the paper if yea
', Gibson home on' .the Valdosta road. once a week for four' consecutive wright Pam Adelburg Jeannie Reuben McCUmma, 71, of Lee, sisterin.Iaw, Mr and Mrs D L can. I will do better next tune.

; weeks. Brinson Jane FarneQ Gelana died Friday in Madison County Weeks. j From the Squaw:,
\ We -darters hand and official seal
are Witness my Hicks, Rose Mary Brinson Mary hospital after a brief Illness lie
this 18th day of May, A. D. I960.
DALE H. LESLIE Clerk Circuit Van Hinton and Sandra GaU Hin- was engaged In fanning and rail For Quality FarnitareFrigMaire Goodyear Farm Tractor
fr Major A1aceS.i Court. ton. road work before his retirement

Practice awards were presentedto Survivors include his wife, Mrs TffiES
(SEAL) Appliances
mTERNAUTO; By Jeannette. T Le Ue. D. ' '. Two visitors; Sharon Sapp of Mrs Hazel Foxx Sri; Mrs Presley ZENTTH T-Vs Large stock priced rightBattery

Cherry Lake and Sandra McLeod Anderson and Mrs Sidney Jordan. i SIMMON'S A Rl TONIC BEDDING
of Madison, contributed two all of Lee: Mrs Mallory Wells, .of I FLOOR COVERING fflesser

beautiful numbers. Madison, Mrs J L Humphries of
FARM
: ;' AGENCY Ushers were Jane FarneQ Linda Tallahassee. and Mrs Ralph Griner: WeDs Furniture Co. & "fire Co.tore's '

Sutton Cartine Morrison and Dickie of Homerville Ga; one sister,

lfATlONWID& RURAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE Morris. Mrs Viola Dees of Ocala; nineteen MADISON, FLORIDA

grandchildren and nine greatgrandchfldren. r

i\ Announces the opening of its local branch office at Madison Mrs Stanley Bland of West: a ,
to u charge: : Bob A Robena Seamy located on U. S. 90 6 miles ,Farm. entered Tallahassee Memorial Services were held at 3 p m Sunday N.

east of Madison. Hospital. Monday for snrgrry. In Midway Baptist Church and frf tIy tip' .; :
rU i' Now In its 35th year of service" to buyers and tellers,of interment followed la Midway : : '

Branches, farms country homes, recreational property acreage and ..OUR BUSINESS Is helping YOUR cemetery 'The' Rev T A Goodman. fiftH.. r";
i'business property from coast to coast, UNITED FARM AGENCY BUSINESS THE E-R. of Shady Grove officiated and T t,
ranks as the nation's largest advertiser of rural real estate.Through J Beggs Jr Funeral Home was in ..".... )

gilts woridrfamous free catalog and consistently heavy all-year ad- charge. If you have a mortgage on borne,the bank "
Ike 25 in. Heavy Duty Rotary your naturaOy ,
throughout Active pallbearers Included Messrs .
,'.+ratising! in newspapers and other publications I fees to it that you protect the loan with insurance. Pro'toting '
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the C 0 Webb Cell Hicks, Wyatt ,
|11 country, UNITED buyers from everywhere to comjnunities
it serves, brinp,, Power Motors Thomas. Code Thomas, Kermit paid for the) is unmortgaged also mponttbiliry.part (the part Are you've already, .

.; l 1 list your property now, and have the whole nation as your .,AI Thomas and MUton Dees Honorary this Important your you protecting f
investment
..pots ttiat buyer!' No charge for listing UNTTED'a local representatives $5.95 ; Messrs Oil ford Webb. Jake 'Seals, too?Gail us todaYfora-com-- I
pfcte .
insurance I
property checkuo
are efficient,dependable licensed and bonded. .< .'>' Solomon Payne. Lamar Odom. Mel,

Ious Moore and CoIn BeB. ., ,

EASY TERMS MORROW INSURANCE I AGENCY '
UNITED FARM AGENCY "
I Messer BatteryCothpaiI & Tire, Bob Lay and F E Nattghfen left l' f
ROUTE 2, BOX 130 A MADISON, FLORIDA Thursday morning for Miami Beach f4 ,
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.. FRIDAY: MAY 27th. 1960 .
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PopwellDav'Mr
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: : W yon want customers every

:; OLD TIRES week In your store, ten 'em Thank You

and alit A G PopweH of about it In an E-R ad every a ,
Jesup Georgia announce the engagement I '
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: of their daughter Dorothy week
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: Florida
:;., ; ARE UNSAFE Ann, to Mr Eugene Davis of Madison '
Miss
Florida. Mary Jewell Touchton arrive -

Miss Popwell is a graduate of home this weekend from ,
Tire Sale is now going Voters
Sprang" ,. ... Jpttip High School and is now In High Point College, N C, where >
I onCome in and get your set Nursing School at Maron Hospital she has completed her sophomore t .

a" uhere she will graduate in August year. for
of Firestone Tires: NoW at
:, .;' : '''', ,Jlr Davis is the son of Mrs P KRovrell
great sa vin p. T. : % of Madison: Florida and MeW NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE ,
E Davis of Creem 1e. Florida.He BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT

Is a graduate of Madison. High NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 6i'
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School t

A late cummer wedding is the undersigned. Dwlq M Leslie,

planned. Madison-::1 '

STATE COMPTROLLER '
i' 70-DAY JtfBILEE day of June.. I960 during the legal

I '- hours bf sale, at the main door of A SMALLER OLDSMOBILE "
the Court House of Madison County -
The 4,000 local camps of Wood FOLEY LAWN MOWERS
men of the World Life Insurance in the City of Madison Florida ]
SERVICE STATION i'Society throughout the country are offer for sale and sell at public LANSING: A smaller Oldsmobile BRIGGS-STRATTON MOTORS ,
outcry to the highest and best built to the company's traditionally 10 per cent Down Payment '
commemorating the Sodetya
.7Ibl HUE-660U Se\"t"n-'I. bidder for high standards will be publicly introdaced HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. '
;7b&fo/2 ., i tieth Anniversary with a ( cash the following described -
iI in Oldsmobile dealer showrooms
Jubilee, May 1 to July 9. I property situated Madison I
County. Florida, to-wit next fall it was announced
,. I Objective of the Anniversary
,- -- ---- -- ---- Lot No. thirty (30) Block No. 39 today by J Wolfram, Oldsmobile. tomer who wants the best in the
Jubilee is to enroll 7.000 new mem-
Tell 'em it in C L Williams bers..,It is sponsored by the boardof of Greenville Investment Company'slands 1 general manager and a vice president -,: smaller car field. Its addition to .
saw I
you directors national Head Camp of the Town of Greenville, of General Motors.. 1 our present line of Dynamic 83'$.

: and local Camp officers; and will be, Florida as per map prepared by "Our new car, the Oldsmobile TSV i. Super 88's and 98's means our
your Home Town Gazette Retired Pharmacist, i conducted: by the Society's field Fred T'Peck, and recorded in the ,* Wolfram said, "will establisha I dealers will have an Oldsmobile

I forces*' public records of Madison County, new concept in smaller car de I. model for eYfIyneed and purpose
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: Florida. I sun It will be distinctively an bringing many new customers into
The E-R. _, J ,. -*- -
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'. ....., The JJooksJMscussIon. Group ptnsuant to the Final Decree ofForeclosure It Oldsmobile designed ,for the cus-J our circle of owners."
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I entered in a case pending
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J-is: suspended meetings for
C. Lester Williams 68, a retired in said Court the style of which
Garden Club .' resident summer, but will resume in. the I
pharmacist--and long-time is Mid-State Homes Inc. a Florida
of Madison died Thursday :May IP, fall S- __. "' corporation; lajaliff, vs LoimicJtnniiigs .
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Officers Installed Iin Madison County, Hospital after I and Rosa Lee Jennings.
.' I a brief Illness. 'He was born in his wife. Defendants, end the docket I

I Georgia, but had lived in Madison !I number bf which U No. 6. '.- eR o uA

.Mrs W Turner, Davis was installed ,most Dhis life. a : WITNESS my hand and :the tr..c;:.
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'president of the Madison f Survivors# are pne.daughter, MrsOIffSherrodr'it official seal of said Coup. tom 23 ." .
Garden.Club-jat the ''May luncheon: ) : grandson, Olin She: I day of May, i960. r:

Thursday ,kthe Agricultural: .Center.. I rod "J.r;'\Wkvf f Hollywood. Calif; 1 DALE M. LESLIE,* ,' : WE OFFER GIFT SUGGESTIONSELIZABETH

Other officers installed were MrsJ his mother/tin LA Williams, Quit- Clerk Circuit Court J

M DuRant Itt Vice-Pres.; Mrs man. four sisters, Mrs Cooper Seal) ARDEN COSMETICS FOR GIRLS ;,
Mack Primm; 2nd Vice-Pres.; Mrs Powers of Ojuitman Mrs J Saxton 1 By Jane W Baker D. C.

J J Sale Jr Treasurer; Mrs T C Wolfe, Fort: Myers Mrs Philip, Irony M. Hobbs. Attorney for YARDLEY AND, OLD SPICE FOR MEN .
Coody, 'Recording Secretary; Mrs T Wathen 'of' Tampa, and Mrs Harry Plaintiff, P 0 Box 3285 '- '
C Merchant, Corresponding Secre- 'Marshall of Huntsville, Ala., Tampa 1, Florida .2t-cb CAMERAS. AMITY BILLFOLDS SHEAFFER PEN*" AND .

tary; Mrs 0' R Hamrick, Parliamentarian Services were held at 10 ... m. ": PENCIL SETSMANE

and ,Mrs A W Vann, Saturday In the Chapel of the T J SINCE 190 Lawn Mower ServiceRepairing ,
Press and, Publicity.. Beggs Jr Funeral Home and committal OTHER GIFT SELECTIONS
Mrs ?Vann was Installing officer, rites were held In the family
and as charges were given the, 'retiring plot in Oak Hill cemetery, Qultman. Cull Talla4340 and rebuilding; also any ROBERTS DRUG STORE

president, Mrs S H Moore, The Rev J Saxton Wolfe, of Fort Col Ject 3- hassee type small engines repaired \, ,
pinned lovely corsages on each '
officer in colors symbolic of the Myers Active, officiated.pallbearers included Messrs WORlD \ ARt J' McWKims Garage Phone HU 3.6121 I Madison, FloridaI .

duties of the officers. Mrs Van ,II Carroll Bialock Jr, James E Stanley IJ
Priest; In behalf of the club,".pre- .
Kirby Reichmann, D Alexander, .
sented the retiring president with a Charles Khox, Richard Brockman
handsome silver tray with best W G Sheldon and C S Blalock. I Mercury's the better low-price

wishes from the club in a glowing Mrs Olin Sherrod arrived by

recitation from Proverbs 31. plane :from California to attend her
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Mrs gift Moore of announced$100. a year'the permanent <;for a- father's services : ;' car and can it '.
-:4 you prove
North Florida Junior College scholarship ..CHURCH AND COMMUNITY .r,, .
II now in effect The club 'is RELIGIOUS PROGRAM I ,_.,

I alsq asking for an increase in If}" ) .
, prize money from the Florida Power -
Corp. for.- its Christmas Lighting A beautiful program of religious I hrf" :., '
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program. The treasurer reported a music was presented at the First '. ,.
balance of $507.88 on hand. Major Baptist church, Sunday evening by I

interests for the coming year will the Madison Community Chorus, t tJ

"be the. planting of the Hospital The North Florida Junior College .. -i,.1 i'I >
grounds, the scholarship fund and -
chorus and the First Methodist "
the Garden Club House building .
church Choir all directed by Dr J 1 a
fund and an extensive beautification ... ,
Kennedy; The First Baptist Church \, l ,,

plan.The three Circles, Azalea Camellia Choir, directed by A W Willaford ., ;; '
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and Dogwood, met in separate of Valdosta who also led congregational *-" ...*",!:J' t t10. ,
groups for the delicious luncheon singing; and the Presbyterian '--

served by the Azalea Circle.. Church Choir; <{ i-, r L .r

AZALEA CIRCLE The worship program included '" ;S f .-
Mrs John Sands was elected 4"I
Selections from master composersand /
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chairman of the Azalea Circle, Mrs also spirituals.I ..,... ',,<. ,
:Mrs 0 R Hamrick, co-chairman; ..J": '1".r'.r t
Rev T Barber ;
James presidedand '
Mrs Paul Ragans, treasurer;. Mrs !i / I"
Jesse Hughey, secretary and MrsC gave the Scripture readingsorgan hA

W Cantey program chairman. and piano accompanists were : '" .

The circle presented their retiring Miss Gayle Ulamlfton. Mrs Vernontagans # .. :, .
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chairman, :Mrs Davis, with a.lovely. Mrs: Gordon Ashley and f -
milk glass cake stand.CAMELLIA : .
Mrs Dale Leslie. Mrs Stanley Williams ,

t' CIRCLEt played the organ prelude
William McChesney was
elected chairman end Mrs S KWiatt and offertory.. : ,
co-chairman, Mr T' C Gib. Trumpet accompanists: were Tom I' ,

son secretary and treasurer. The Coody, Frank' Fansler. and "BenMainor. .b

retiring:: chairman. :Mrs C S Bia .
lock, received a lovely flower container Dr Kennedy expressed the hope '

as a gift from the members. that many more persons would i.bi l
Three new members were announced join the Community Chorus which '..
,Mrs Al Mrs John
Fiori
Is such a splendid outlet for those
Mcultsby and Mrs T H Greene.
DOGWOOD CIRCLE who love to sing t

Mrs Dan Griffin was chosen; r r {F
BAND CONCERT .
chairman of the Dogwood Circle '1 .
to succeed Mrs Thomas G Bouland. '- .
Mrs J G Ashley was named co- The music department of the

chairman. Mrs C L Mattes was Madison. schools under the direction i. ,
a new member Mrs Bouland receded of Band Director Frank

a gift of a beautiful vase Fansler presented a most enjoyable .
from her circle. concert Friday evening in 'the : ADD UP MERCURY$ EXTRA :Just stop in at COMPARE MERCUKYS LOW PRICES prices start .

The door prize, a dried arrangement high school auditorium that was < J our showroom and see the proof firsthand. Open the front *63 to taSW below even the lowest-priced 8'' '1-:

went to Mr Ben S Waring.Rev ,. enthusiastically received by the door of a Mercury.Jf. up to 5 I cbe. wider than other ,
; Chevrolet !
... audience.The low-price cars to you can ret in and oat that couch easier powered Plymouth Fury or Impala
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aide into the front ..t. Notice bow the inftrmneni panel ;
Cesar M Benitez of Rio New Sound was emphasized And we're not talking about a "dripped1.Mereury.'nrie .
}'ro, Cuba, whose family, Mrs In the numbers presented by the has been moved far forward. What other car girea you this price comparison i* baaed on a de Iuze eppotnted:Marcory .
Benitez and Brenda High School Band, the Junior Red I teeing of spaoooaneas & Now accept our invitation to fo on Monterey' with luxurious nylon interior and thick wall-to- '.,'
daughter .
private demonstration. the steed silent 1ImOOtbwaD carpeting. So why settle for lea? Get all r
and son Oman, have been here for and White Band and the Glee, a ft Notice ,, your money
rxm of the rid. That'a because Mercury has a 7to8inchJonger can buy with Mercury_the better low-price car.
some time, has accepted an appointment Club. Soloists with the band were wbe IbaM than other io xk Jc to 494 e............tf.........r........1M...w...a w........"_.....
r- cara,, op
with the Methodist Conference Tom Coody trumpet player and
pound heavier, and ha far more s md-prooEng aH- .
to have charge of the Charles Knox. glockenspiel .
weather insolation.
Spanish Mission In Philadelphia.The 't
Benitez family will leave here ATTEND SALES CONFERENCE 't. Try the katn.Tyr'reupto 21arger9: In ft M erazy. '

for Philadelphia at the closing of Notice the view. Mercury windshield and window' give '1i ;

the Madison schools where Oman Four ,representatives of Gulf life i yoa op to 21% crater visibility than other low-price cars t + f

has been a student Insurance Company from this area 1 Now,Xbe the beet>newt of&Q.;feat keep on reading...(" ,
attended the company's annual sales
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Rev Mrs x of conference in Hollywood Beach May -------w:. 10, MEBCUBT. ..nrX BgiTF.K LOW-PRICE C4B AT .
Prater
and L ,C J 9-%!. ,
Laurel Miss w,;; 'weekend guestsof SuPt 0 C Kirkland H T Holtoo. j
Mr and Mr W*' L,Gsiton. Jr. C E Quick and A Sheffield' 4T .

ir- Jr and their wires were present at HARDEE MOTOR COMPANY -

Mrs Al Hot dander leaves Thursday the conference at which borne office] .

to visit in Ft ,Lauderdale before executives and Selected sales representatives ., '.
)eaincith Mr'Hofflander for discussed I Improved"sales '
Comer'Base & Hue. ck Streets Madison
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I. 1 FRIDAY MAY 27th, 1960 ,. Er'TE1tPIiS.4URDQdRDER,..1IJ.DISOY! FLORIDA.........."'_ ._, -.P ....sR t PA CE TBIRTEEN-_ -w. r1T8E
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Nicholson, 9 blue, 2 ,>
CREENVIllLE-CARDEN' CLU11i'HAS : red, 3 BUSINESSMEN j
J SECOND SPRING FLOWER yellow; Mrs. W. U Alexander I If want customers -f.
4 blue, 4 red, 1-white; Mrs C S hi muffler and fail you every
SHOW | Laird 6 blue 2 red, 2 yellow; Mrs week in your store, tell 'em ..

: yptp Wayne Stutaman 1 blue; Mrs J R pipe experts check about it in an E-R ad every

.F %Tbe Greenville Carden Cub held Scarboro, 3 red; Mrs Edwin Wells: your week.

I, its second Spring flower Show 2 blue, 1 white; Mrs Clifford Me-i exhaust

) Thursday May 5 at the Woman'ssub Leod 4 blue, 1 red, 2 yellow; Mrs system free! : : .1'_ i '
house. Mrs W BkGee at Julian Maddox 1 blue; Mrs W M

t this time awarded the Club Its Ogiesby 1 blue, 2 red, 2 white; Muffler and tail pipe Agricultural Flying .t

.f, FeleraUon certificate as it becamean Mrs Albert Byrd, 2, blue 1 white; k
I Sprayings-Dusting
official member of the Floridal"ede'fa Mrs A R Patrick 2 blue 2 red, 1 installed for'nIy --Fertilizing

Od of Garden Clubs. yellow; Mrs W L Sherrod 1 blue, .

A luncheon was setthe judges red, 2e1Jow; Mrs Hubert Sher- trlFASCO! ) I .
by the hospitality committee red, 1 yellow; Mrs Hubert Sher 19c .

'more judging were )11'1V B McGee rod 1 blue, 2 red 1 yellow; Mrs r

District Director;; :Mrs Ulrie;Wade Jones 1 blue 1 red 1 yellow DUSTS SPRAYS p.
f h. v ", Bennett Mrs N B McCaskill, ; Mrs Lamar Andrews 3 blue "
r IJ{ra Edgerton Patterson Mrs V A 1 red; Mrs Charlie English, 2 blue; = M* = HOWARD MORGAN : .-,.
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I'Joe" Cooper, Mrs M Cecil Bowers Mrs Cecil Brannen 2 blue, 1 red SSRvtcE Highway 90 West ,
s. STATION
k Mrs :Mike Patrenic Mrs Leland 1 white; Mrs II C CUes, 2 blue; Phone FOrest 2-2016
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l f Lewis and Mrs Edna Welsh. Mrs Alvin Booth 1 red, 2 yellow, 74" LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
; S l 1 white Mrs L R 1 blue,
W The Award of Merit for the most ; Cooper
M. outstanding horticultural exhibit 1 red; Mrs R A Seott. 2 red, 1

lI l lI lt and the Tn -color, for the most i white; Mrs L R Clayton 1 'J'l'd- -

Blue Ribbons, was awarded to Mrs Mrs B F Smith 1 red; Mrs James .

Albert Miller. The Award of Merit Owens 2 yellow; Mrs C L Floyd,
1 HONEY BITSi In A mull trailer ejrerlftoklnr big Indian lifter for the artistic exhibit went to 1 yellow; Mrs Doris Cruce 1 white; THE YIELD IS UpON SAVING AT
at Ft. Fierce, Mrs. Ray Vlnton hum ont prlu-wlnning; honey
I Miss Lily Brannen 1 white.
Scarboro for her artistic .
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Mrs R ,
recipes. Circled around the boner cakes and cookie? In the .
Brannen 1 white Mrs
center an. miscellaneous jars of citrus. manna?ides and batten.: arrangement. In the display of the Miss Lily ; I VALDOSTA FEDERAL ..
-- Peter Stem, 1 blue, 1 red 1 yellow, ...,
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Award was givenjo
plants
I Mrs A L Leggett Sr, one/yellow.
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Marvin; Mrs Wayne Stuztman. Richard 'I, An educational exhibit by the ,ANNOUNCING_ '
J E. Bass Thanks 'L Signs i of Life Itl Miller received the Award of Appreciation I Greenville High School Home EC f

for his cactus display. the Don't Be A ,
Tr Jflc signs and signals can girls carried out
County Voters help you reach your destination The Junior Garden Club received Litterbug theme. The girls under :
J in the fastest, safest manner. the Award of Appreciation for the direction of Miss Elwanda Bar*.
Learn to use these guides and dis-
their outstanding Litterbug
take advantage of the smooth ber.'alsd entered arrangements and
To my many friends of Madison traffic flow they create. lay. corsages in the artistic section.
County} who supported me on May Speed limit signs are not designed /> The show included horticulture Misses Marlene Roeabeck and
3nl J deeply appreciate your voter to low and artistic arrangements Winning Dcrcnda Johnston won the blue

"( and support also deeply appreciate SPEED 1 you rather down to help but blue ribbons In 'th -.rUstle division ribbons; Miss Ann Cone, red ribbon .
my many friends who could traffic flow : for massed, line mange-
were ; Miss Barber, yellow; Miss :
net see their way to support me. LI IM I IT smoothly with hall
i ments suitable for jut: entrance Derenda Johnston, White.
I sincerely hope that God will a Minimum of +
i bless,us all. I Jams and 4eeI Mrs J R Scarboro, first; Mrs A R Winner of the corsage blue rib-
F MARVIN E. BASS 3S lays. If you, Patrick. 2nd; Mrs Albert Miller, 'bon was Miss Carolyn Platt; Miss
and all other 3rd Mrs W L Alexander, honorable : .
39-lt-p! 1 t. P. H. motorists fol ; Kitty Kaney red; Miss Caroline .
.1'I low the guidance mention. 3trupp; yellow; Miss Penny Muggy. FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST
b of speed limit signs, ycmH Ribbons for a luncheon table! arrangement :whin" j

1 Per fine Fabrics and All mad find quicker.your trip will be easier I' .were awarded to !tinAlbert OFFICE, HOURS -. I

.s Stop signs and caution signs Milieriit7'Mrs Peter Stem; Mrs C II Rains had as weekend # MON,-TUES.-WED.-PRI. 9, AMTO 4 PM

Yow Sewing Nt oas are also designed to make your; 2nd; )Irs W. ,!i.r11 3rd; ;gum; her sister Miss Callk3bod THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9*AU TO 12, NOON !
,, << motoring progrew Mrs John' ,Rocnfipck, honorable >| and Mrs Raymond Harris,

MeCAL -SDtPLICI'1Y PATTERNS cr. The smooth fewscconda mention.. :r rf Jacksonville The New .
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you For informal breakfast tables,! .

I stop to make e ribbons went to Mrs Wayne Stutz- /../-':.-/ / "" "",/ ./ /
sure an inter. man, lit; Mrs W'L .Alexander,
section is dear 2nd; Mrs C E Brown 3rd; Mrs TrmSwarnilng? ..
can save you Vat DOSTn
t I.I I. hour which Peter Stem honorable mention. 1 .
v might be lost It cars had to' Award winners for corsages were CALL 1"
fight their way through-um r .
guarded Intersections. Mrs Albert Miller. lit; Mn PelsrStem .i BurkeermiRt .. Saving & Loan Association .
2nd; Mrs W L Alexander,
\ Direction! signs help you MT
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TOOMBS GA.
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,be by firing advance warn. ,
t' ta* tf tan'va4crossroads 3rd.Winning ribbons in horticulture ftg o.
and Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small J" ,
: junottonaave were Mrs. J A Miller 18 blue; 20 Phone 233J Perry, Florida Enough To Know You '

Ahea4. They red 8 yellow; 3 white; Mrs C W : : -"--.. f '" j
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turnoff and '
I ? had to double 1 SM Tfcf Oserj Show ii color Smdirt M8C-N-fit W Bow Cftety Showroom weekly ABC-TV. .
back. They girt you extra time ftt /
CALL ATTheSPLNNING I ,to make many of the decisions
you need to make In order to .
\ drive safely. Be alert for these :.

WHEELCASTLE ,helpful. guides. NOW LOOK WHAT
At night! when your vision

4 PARK SHOPPING I "extends only as far as your q '
headlights reflective -

I' Phone CH CENTER 4-2767 Valdosta,'Ca. f are $,'

,to guide aJpIlI CORVAIRSGONE :

r.. ,{darkness through ,
|Iy as if
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: WIN with DIXIEGet *radar. Shining brightly In your
beams, the reflecting I
headlight
t green of these signs win direct AND DONE!
A B'ggcr: Yield you on the darkest of Bights. \ ,
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From Field K
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[to work for you as gu1C.; ::1
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swift motozinyGoodyear
1 t The Cornir that Ulfied thumping 27.03
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I Ron went! right on to climb Pikes Peak

h { .-. Tires $12.95 earlier In the spring: thin any or k '10 "Ii',; I

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670 x 15, Weather, tube->y;*. .

r IJ > plus tax and recappable tire.

""...... R'wanted to show fOG what the fabulous traction ,
r of Corralr and the :{
MESSER rear-eo0e design sure

footfdotss of four-R6ed independent saspemioa :. v '.. .

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vent rigid on lo 1ii 10-foot Pikes Peak-and right

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I tin deep in ninler's now and ke. No other ear- ,

even specially equipped> -bad erer been able! to r .

fir Quality Furniture; conquer that nlgbtmare alpine l road so early la '. ;.,,, ..
the spring. But Corttir (with United States Attto

Cub officials aboard to certify that not ODe notor
Wcf4Ja'tt4'N FrigWake Appliances
Jt an seal t, w ZENITH TVSIMMON'S witboot duJas or nell scow tire! That jut .
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I I TAGS. FOURTEEN' THE I2>ni3lPRIS&Jl OOEDER: MADISON FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 27th. 1960 _

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I Instruction 'V OLD TIRES .

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I MADISON: FLORIDA

April 2%. 1960 p r ARE UNSAFE '

The Board met in special session .
on the above dale with all membei .
present The meeting was calk Spring Tire Sale is now going

to order by the chairman Mr R ;]R .. on:-Come in and get your set
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Purpose of this meeting was to
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'. canvass bids for building cot
I .'. struction at North Florida and Siwannee "

.. i Rive; Junior Colleges .
Final inspection certificate wa .
presented to the Board from Dr i c:
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for COLLEGE or High SchoolGirl _. W McGuffy, School Architect

I ,' ... i School Plant Section, State Depart' ,
: meat of Education The Board .
I .' '.. TUSSY, DOROTHY GRAY, COTY COMPACTS "f.,..<- :: the release of final pay-I aathortzed

f went In the amount of $ .& <
'. FAMOUS BRANDS COLOGNES REG $2. ,
I. '. L.. H & 11 Construction: Company i In: SERVICE STATIONREGIONAL

$ It' ', line with the approval I
v',,' t TUSSY, ,CtfANEL NO. 5, MY-SIN Bids for the Administration Build i
I ; rag; North Florida Junior College lPa7
ARPEGE WHITE SHOULDERS
41. were canvassed as follows:
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i ,, GRASS SORTILEGE B.F.M. Inc 120915.00 base bid
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BLUE
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minus 4400.00 alternate A REGIONAL LIBRARY
Golf Tournament
.EVENING IN PARIS HIGHLY HONORED" I I

,; ..I j 116,515.00 I
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mines ,573.00 alternate B In Washington Report Depart [
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; ,'. DOROTHY GRAY BODY MOISTURE LOTION. $LOO I t mcnt .of the American Library Aasodation .i
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112342.00. net bid Bulletin John G Lorena,. -.
EVENING Itf PARIS SETS, COSTUME JEWELRY $112,942,01 Chief of the Library Service I i

i I. .$' 1 i.. i t 11 E ElJdns Co. 154,800,00; base bid Branch of the United States Office (POT WILLIAMS INVITATIONAL)
I Championship ,Flight "A" D'witioni i

f : for COLLEGE or High I School Boy minus 15U00.00 3S9O.oo alternate* A of'Eight Education.of,.the has ten this librarieswhid to say: I i Frank Dowling Malanj.Gray FSU Jr 69-68 FSU 67-70,1137 137;.Bry.; '

.' minus 3,000.00 alternate received the Dorothy'. Canflel I,an Bergeron FSU 70.69, 139; Frank
.. :OLD SPICE SHAVE LOTION, TALCUM,TOILET SETS ,,... .. ,Fisher Library Awards for 1960 Eldredge Valdosta 69-71 140; Dick
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j J4S.300.00 including 1 the principal : I ; Fra-
I' : : ... .. YARDLEY TOILET SETS, DEODORANTS. J4'it'i; /.4p :. add 750.00 alternate-C ,are participants instate 'program! l leigh Madison 70-72, 142; Jack Fra.
: '*' t t 1 I I )leigh Madison 71-72, 143; Alvartz .
J- Serviced Act. JAI
TRAVEL under the Library
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'. TOMMY TRAVEL xcrs.. '. 149,030.00 net, bid\ ... Fial t Valdosta 70.74, 144; Jackie
,.',; "!,,.. '' "" The Sirannee River ( )
,. r rdliver Valdosta 71.76, 147; Dr Julian
CREA31S : & fS' $149,050.00... .
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RAZORS, HAIR ROOMING: : : Regional Library received th
;' Albritton-W1L Durant Madison 70-8S, 155.
;.t.. I- > .'- 1 hams, Inc. 154,000.00 base bid award based on. the, cooperation of: Championship Flight "B- DivisionW

';,.: : : minus 3.500.QO alternate A Suwannee and Lafayette counties L Goodoe Sr. Valdosta' 72.69,
: : short time, five 141 Jack Lindner
FORCIRLORBOY FI.t t: In a remarkably ; Ocala 73-69, 142;
.I 1SOL500.00 more counties obtained county appropriatIonS Wayne Timberlane FSU 72-70 142;
1- m ;hm ,\ minus 3,000.00 alternate B and have Joined th< Phil Fagan FSU 74-70 144; Bruce-
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Melton Lake City 73-74, 147; "Bo
I'I'. 147,500.00add counties had no libraries and the
ECORDS-WALLETS-BRUSHES 1000.00 alternate C two others had completely inadequate Williams Ocala 72.76 148; Bill
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1:1:'- J I AND COMB SETS ... .. \ service. Two bookmobile Jennings Tallahassee 72-79, 151
BRUSH. .. 1 14S, OaOO, net bid ;
HI l. 1 '- ; : ;. 148,500.00 are now in operation three new James KIrby Lake City 71-85, 156.
::1. i Neils BrorunConst. community libraries have been developed. FIRST FLIGHT .

AT YOUR GREEN STAMP STORE GJFTS WRAPPED: .. FREE Col: 155,000.00'base bid and three more substantially Jack Rountree Lake City 76-68

I ." .,,-. minus 300.00 alternate A Improved. One county built 144; Bunlde 'Henry Valdosta 76-76.
....... SHOP.IN.. '. .. TILE AlB-OONDnrONED. t;, .. ...;-, -: MW building to house the ,county 152; Dale Leslie Madison 75-78,153;
C.;* ",. ... \ 149700.00 branch 1brar; ". Another renovated Lew hazel Ocala 76-77 153; Will
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; : Tallahassee 76-78 154 T L
: alternate B Rogers ;
: tnlnus 3400.00 the county Jan into attractive
l ,. t -.... I Fraleigh. Sr. Madison 75-80, 155; T
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i/fe j t : .. Is the key to the f ,
olfe ; ; l,&CKXOO alternate C Buddy Wychc Madison 7583. 158;
\ .Ii ,. rrug .. 'V ;J .. with,the legend: "The key F E Naughton Madison 78-90, 168;

(. I !..I. t ,. .. i 144,800.00. net bid to captivity: is now the key .to Op Jimmy Sullivan. Madison 77 With
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: ';PHONE HU 3-6262 MADISON! FLA: II H Constr. S14C,800.00.. The hard work enthusiasm, and SECOND FLIGHT ,

j Co. 147,600.00 base bid good will' which went into this Dr F S Eldridge Valdosta 78-74
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minus 3.7OQ.OQ..a1teruate. A regional library development cannot 152; John Cline Tallahassee 78-77.

1 '- be overstated nor cant the response r 155; ,Jim; Ward Lake City 7&-77,

*, : "' Supper! f y. .5tCrnplirnentsC&te .For FREE Natural-Gas: 143, 00.00 of. adults and children to I 155; Forrest Brown Madison 79.78,
.. minus 3.200,00; alteJ1Atel:1 the new services. Communities 157: C B Potts Valdosta 80-77 157;

installation sip ':* ?S"**' which'had no library\ services a E' M Eager Valdosta 78-80, 158;
Let muffler and tailpipe up 140,70000 Jesse Hinson Lake City 79-80, 159;
add 865.00 alternate C Tew' short months ago now haw 162 i
E E Pipkin Valdosta 80-82 ;
check NOW! '.J :', ,'- ; ; bright new collections of welltdectcd Frank Cantey Madison 8083. 163;

experts yur: James Jiardee Jr and his fiancee ) -; 141,565.00 net bid books, recordings and in !John Maulsby Madison 78-87, 103.
$141, 63.00 icveral places Great Books discussion THIRD FLIGHT
Miss Ruth Sims, were complimented :
exhaust system free! with party Friday I Senior Voice Recital A notion was offered by Mr Mc- groups. It is said over andver I Cotton Shenton Valdosta 80-79,
a supper
Lend 'and secoonded by Mr Cherry > that this progress never wouldha'e 1&9; Sidney Pearlman Valdosta I
evening at the home of Mr and -of'I to reject bids submitted above The been made'lf it had not been 81.79,160; A G Paul III Lake CityFO.80,16.0
Muffler : tail
and pipe Mrs Carl Karstedt Hosts with Mr Miss Sandra Ulm, mezzo soprano,, : bid! were rejected because bid I ; Sam Summers Lake City

and Mrs Karstedt were Mrs H C and Miss Elizabeth Smith,, soprano,, amounts exceeded available funds or the Library Services'Act'Steve Bu-81. 161; Donald Dickinson Madison !

retailed f.r eolyWe Merryday and Mr and Mrs W of the Wailer Whitlock .School of for construction. 84-81. 165; Ed Scanlon Madison -
I Turner Davis Music; were presented in SenIor tads for Clissroom Building; Suurannee Tuten of St Petersburgspent his $5-81, 166; Jim Cooke Madison
last week end here with
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River Junior College were 80-88, 168 Pat Mfllinor Madison
decorated wtih ;
The rooms were graduate recital Sunday afternoon. Tuten
mother Mrs Alex on RL 1.
flowers. canvassed as follows: RO-DO. 170; Bill Murphy Lake City
spring three menu was served The young graduates presenteda I B. F. M, Inc.. rM,687.00 base bid -x:- B2-88. 170; S H Moore MAdison
The course
of music from Key West Fto. (FHTNC-Ovid
charming
1 program 3,492.00 alternate bid BO-92
plus
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buffet style. The hosts presented E Thompson, aviation structural 172.FOURTH
the masters and popular modern I FLIGHT
DAVISSERVICE : ; their honorees with stts'of silver' Ttechanie first class, USM son of II
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; composers. 4 98179.00 A G Paul Jr Lake City ;
I ar l di1ri : An informal reception followed plus 3.%75.00 alternate B Mrs II OtThompson of Greenville Paul FIke Lake City 86-87, 173;

STATION I I! with Mrs A C Ulan and Mrs W C nil, is serving with Flgjter; Squad. Bill McQhesney Madison 86:6$. 114 rEd '
Naval Air Station,
tn 101 at the 174
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Sgt- J P Morrow Jr of Camp Smith as hostesses to the hundredor 101,451.00 ,West Fla. Bond Lake City 88-86 ;
minus 4003.00 alternate C rCey : Denmark Lake City, 86-91
Steve
3-6601 MADISON, FLA.
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weekend
LcJtune N c.'. the I more visitors. Mrs Ben Phil
Bums Valdosta 88-90, 178
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Mr and MrsJ and Mrs Wardlaw Brinson poured >' 4 .,.
I guest of his parents 97451.00 lack Rountree Sr Lake City 87-9-'.
P Morrow. I punch. Mints and puts were passedby minus 3169.00 alternate D minus t 112,870.0o 4200.00 alternate v ( C j 181; Bobby Williams Lake City

.........- Jean Morrow and Candy Kln- I 37-96. 183; R tickler Madisonrr107
sey. Assisting hostesses were Mrs 94. 92.00 net bid 194; F McLandan TalkKasre -
AUcON AUCTION AUCflONz i ,108.670.00minus \
Doyle Brown and Mrs Reba Wil &U02.00 2400.00 alternate D 87 Withdrew
hams and ushers were Miss Catherine 11 E Dktris Ca 103,400.00 base bid I FIFTH FLIGHT

ll. > Smith And Miss I4 Verne plus 3.060.00 alternate A 0106570.00, net' bidI106J570.00 Bob Drebher Jasper 91-87 178;
ITCTIOH! Brown. hy Watson Madison 89-92. 181;
a 106,400.00plus Cenatrncdcn John Ron Madison 89-94 183; Bob
< _- z Miss Smith wore a formal gown 5,000.00 alternate Br 14.11 Jubelstefn :Lake City 91-96, 187; J
Ce. 98700.00 base bid
of embroidered white organdy **
C Wood Jasper 9597. 192; Ashley

Saturday May 28 at 2:00 P. M. made on an fashioned model 111.40000 plus:. 2,600.00 alternate A eggs( Madison 9697. 193; V Folcm -
: with red taffeta sash with bow and minus 3700.00 alternate C 101300.00 Madison 94-103, 197; A Chess."

Z Lc ends in back, and a wrist corsageof'red plusUOO.OO alternate B nan Miami 113103. 216; Bob PCdle1lo -

and white carnations. 107,700.00 .> : Lake City 93Withdrew.Mrs .
53 RESIDENTIAL LOTS I Miss Ulm chose a formal gownof minus 3600.00 alternate D 105,500.00 J W Cbason.; retiring prerf-
dent of the Madison Ladies' Golf
s white nylon minus 3. oaOO alternate ,C
ruffled organza I
1.1,1( 00.00 net bid : Association was acting hostess tor
'I PerryFhria .1.1z I modeled with deep cummerbund 101100.00 the dinner Saturday night at the

i bodice: and bouffant skirt. Her I Afbrltton-WlL 101.6QO.OOminus 3j90aOO alternate D Country' Club which was the soda

i wrist corsage was of red carnations. : liana; Inc. 95900.00 base bid preliminary to the tournament Sunday -
00 PARKWAY mmm c ''plus 830.00: alternate A bid A prime rib-roajt dinner with
97700.00 net
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$97,70000
< on I East College Street Extension I )fr.... M *,J P Johnson and I I 98,750.00. A motion 0 was offered by Mr :,lord than 100 local members and

daughter Lffia spentseveral days I plus 4,400.00 alternate B {Lilting golfers. Lady club membersere ..
,I mith and seconded by Mr Bailey .
I an4 State Road No. 361-Across from '. .
assistinghostesses.
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.} 3700.00 .
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a Marion Institute. TheIr son Ken j mounts exceeded available funds

;I ,OH( PROPERTY( I i was class a member of the graduating minus. 99.450DO 3.500XX alternate Di I ror The construction.architect was instructed towe Goodyear Tires $11.95

I i, careful study to the two build.
Close it II I in ip plans and submit recommenda* 670 x 15, AU-Weajher, tube-tJpe.
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i: Area I ,Termites armag? "\ \ 95950.00. net$95.950.00Nd1s bid Uans to the Board which will be plus tax and recappable tire,.'

Close toEverything miparable with the budgeted; funds
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Const Co. 105CV\00 base bid I IB"Plli w !
Easy terms I a BurkeExtennmatitig being no further business
2, 70.00 alternate A
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/I. Free gifts iit ? FIt ( i the> Board: adjourned. 'ry
< Come Bid- vp'IIJ'SOUI1to z .t' ;. ,, f J K R DUGAN, jCbairman: Ballery&TireCb. Y i
Your Price nrs.... .t+tt-w..uMS. : ", > Co. "' 107.97Q e D ATTEST: ,* i**\ j1GRIFFL"'t .raC .
plug 1,40400 I
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FRIDAY MAY 27th, 1960 THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE FIFTEETT .


Elect OfficersWomen Y 211 4212


CLASSIFIED ADS FLOOR SANDING of the Presbyterian '
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
11 church held election of officers at CO.: .

-AND- the meeting Monday In the educational
Lost building as follows: Presi 109 S. PATTERSON STREET f

Mra nEFINISHINGold dent. Mrs T L Frakigh; Vfce-Pros. '
Mrs Charles Knox; Secretary, Mrs VALDOSTA. GEORGIA

Floors Made NfW- Dan Griffin; Treasurer, Mrs Henry: Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course:
I II I New Floors Made Perfect Regans; Historian Mrs C C Armstrong -

LAWN MOWING. For lawn mowing,! ; Spiritual growth' Chairman.
w. ,B. Daris, k. : see J V Cason'on U S 90 in front! .t) C. BYRD Mrs W G Sheldon; World Missions.Mn New Machines $59.50 and "
BROKERAGE of Cities Service Bulk Plant i Kirby Rekhmann; Church Ex
REAL
ESTATE : Madison. tension. Mrs T C Gibson; Christian
ACREAGE FAHM8 39-1t-Pdj. PboDe 306 Box 154GREENVIU.E Education Mrs J M DuRant; Annuities CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-2304; COLLECT

1,BUSINESS ESTATES, -RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL, f.A.Woman's and Relief, Mrs Pat Cantey; Service in 24 Iloun
Stewardship Mrs R S Williams Jr
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General Fund ,Agencies. Mrs T C

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Merchant Jr White Cross Mn ........
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TITLE INSURANCE John Dovjak; Friendship Circle, MnBcasley 'OOOC a ilDlaa: C a
112' West Base Street
-adADSQN..F'L011DA repairing done by set "doctors" ClubInstallation Cole; Circle Chairmen, Mn Memorial Day Service Guaranteed ;
Waring Wyche. Mn J G Ashley
Phone HU ,3-6277 ,
Mn George Candy; Girls Circle. -
of Officers USED '
Mn Walter Harris MONDAY MAY 30, 1960 APPLIANCES

Mn Charles Knox told of plans 3:30 p m. Greenville Cemetery
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FOR SALE ; "Mrs J B Davis was installed for Bible school: June 6-15. A. D. Reams Jr. Post Commander, REFRIGERATORS
Presiding
president of the Madison Woman's The program on church extension '
was directed by Mn T C Gibson. Music-Greenville School Band.
Club at the annual
Breakfast
bedroom house Tour blocks,from May Mn M Bunting read the Scripture Scripture Readinp-Rer {Harold AND
Thursday morning at the Club Johnston.
schooL: Walking distance downtowri. from the first chapter of Acts. Dis.
Owner will finance. $1,000 down. house. Other officers installed cussing the division of Evangelism P'rayft'-Rev Julian Maddox,

Total price $8,000. .. were Mn Burch Cornelius 1st wax Mn W G Sheldon; division: of National Anthem-Band. WASHERS

2- edfoom house. Florida room We knoW how to ,diagnose yourTVs vice-president, !Irs C W CanteY. Homes and Christian Welfare. Mn Address-Prof J C Moore, Jr.
Ills and 'em fast Roll Call of the Dead W D Keis
cure 2nd vice president Mrs T C Gib- Charles Knox and divisions of
breakfast room. Corner lot, close t<) -
schools and town. Price $ ,OOO. (WHANMETOWSQMCE IOn, treasurer. Mrs T C Merchant Home Missions, were Mn Pat Can Memorial to ,Unknown Dead. Western Auto Store
;Jr. recording secretary, Mrs S H Icy, )Irs ;Jack Wade Mrs T L I Flowers dropped at the foot of the ,
I I cross in honor of the Soldiers whose
UDlYJ.YAIID'IEAltll. Moore, corresponding secretary Fraltlxh, Mrs Julian Gibson Mrs last --_..uUuuUUJub y
( : I Mn Donald resting place Is known only
George: Candy. Loper
Mn C
Raeburn
Home.. parila* and Mn TC Menbant.JCFrnsoH to God. (la charge of Mrs Ruth
.A01-aE; St mStttarian, and Mn A W Vann, Reams). Hiss Agnes Claire Morrow sad
tad Vana :Salute to the Miss Bea Breen of New
r "W. press publicity. Mn was COUNTY KEHKEL. Dead-Firing Squad Kavta
Byron Ib lte1. Vhoie. HU 38M9JKAWSON .P?&yeca-Aat ei r fetfiot Installing officer. She was assisted CLUB OPENS SECOND :. -Taps.TJtiHren. Conn who have been In San Antonio

,. FLORIDAHere .A..n.o.bt ''SeJeetfeM by Mrs'Albert Coody In presenting SEASON JUNE nth ". will place flags at sold Texas engaged in nursing- at
.. -- IN "USED TV .SETS the corsages. Bach officer received fefs graves whUe the band plays. a hospital there since last September
l'Aft'Li Work guaranteed satisfaction! MontfceDo (Special)-The Jetter YOU-ARE REQUESTED TO EXinBrr -
I flowers In colon symbolic of her are guests of Miss Morrow's&,
is a way to beat living costs PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE of floe. Mn T C' Coody, retiring amen second County Kennel Cub wfll open its A FLAG OK THIS DAY. parents, Mr and Mrs Guy Morrow
OUR WAY OF SAYING season of greyhound racing
Good and still 6-room be dose new house to your with work.fine THANK' YOU president, presented the gavel to Friday June 10 and Steve Andris, Mn Kirby ReJcfamana spent the this week. They expect fc> leave

garden soIL Every modern con. Phone MIl Qultman, .Ga. the incoming "president. president and general manacer of the past, week at Alligator Point on a Friday for New ttaven to visit
Members of the Junior Wosan'iClub track to-a- J house Miss Breen's parents, and w1l
vcnlence. Good West End Invest Buddy Tfflman Charles Rogers Ss looking forward record party with a group of Madi-
ment. $500.00 down. I and Business Woman's club reason. j won friends. spend f the summer In the East. ,

BROADUS WILLOUGHBY, Realtor JLD.Scnggs were special guests as has been Fans win get their first look at
3-6481: the custom and entered into the many new stan when schooling races .
Phone, HU FORESTER competitive: May Hat contest with open Memorial Pay,Monday,May 30., ............. .. 1 '"

FOR SALE: One 12 ft moldedmarine REGISTERED SURVEYOR gusto and won several of the prizes. There: will be eight nights of school-
lug races prior to the opening of
plywood boat gator trailer. Ph. HU 3616MADISON. Mn James Mbncrief won the prize
the Fans invited
regular
season. are
15 H. ;p Evinrude motor, acces FLA. for most original hat; Mn Peter
to attend races
pre-aeason
sories. ''Can be seen at F & M SMa,,for prettiest bat; Mn Albert
lift of charge, but due to State I
", Grocery, East Madison: U S 90.38Uch. GffiARMN JEWELERS' .body for most unique hat )agar', minors are not permitted.

and Mrs Burch Cornelius,. honorable Improvements at the MontkeBo

FOR SALE: Invalid's wheel chair, FOR THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE mention for most unique hat. track include an all-new track

in good condition reasonable. For SILVER ,CHINA Mn J L Wyche of the committee which has been elevated eight Inches ......
description, see Sears 1960 Cat CRYSTAL of judges, presented each with a to.give fans a better view of races.

No. 8 K 1671 N, page 1013. L H DIAMONDS, ;JEWELRY' gift The luncheon: tables were The[ mezzanine in the grandstand f .
DIXON, Lee, JFla.' 38-2t-ch EXPERT REPAIRING decorated with May baskets of la* been enlarged and a concession WATCHES JEWELRY

FOR SALE: Used 6roW'mule mixed spring garden flowen.Mn stand added. Bo y's or GlrFs -
There will be seven new kennels
drawn power duster, $75.00. Four Davis took the gavel and at 'the Jefferson County oval this -
I sets of used tobacco barn flu**, 'I II'xAncmAL1. presided over a short business season Star Cub Kennels, which I ..wrr -

one half price. EUGENE MUGGE,' session before adjourning, the dub *d last season by earning around

Greenville, Fla. 38-2t-ch I for the Summer months. Introductions HO.OOO In purse, money, beads the

r :WANTED: Sett.1ed'wh1te; woman to Included Mn Opal Selph, lirt of returnees.

care for an elderly lady. Salary, YAUXSTAGA.) new 1960-61 president of the There will be more than 500, r
room and board and time of L Junior Woman's Club, who succeeds greyhounds in action this season

MRS SAM LINTON, Rt 2 Box 303) No. Patterson Mn Robert Lay, recently Installed as Saturday matinees at 2:15 o'clock

.. 151, ,Greenville, ,Fla. 38-lt-pd I Director of District 3. .of have been added to the racing a4
COMPLETE LINE DWOSKTN Junior Women and Miss Susan McCoy schedule. during last season racing '
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FOR RENT: Four4>edroora house.
t will be held each night rain or
J SULLIVAN. 37-lt-pd IITALBOHPAINT the 1960 May Queen. Miss shine at 8:15 o'clock. The track Is > Ja

"t LOANED OUT, One pair of asbestos Whittle Dickinson, a charter member dosed on Sundays.PIANO Pearl Necklaces

side cutters. Will borrower q I s l of the Club, gave the opening ,Pearl Rings. I

please return to WILLIAMS b prayer, and was the recipientof RECITAL AT' i ,Diamond Pendants I
HARDWARE A ELECTRIC Mad. a corsage. Mn Albert Coody CHERRY LAKE ..., .

Ison, Ha. 39-ll-pd was presented with a gift for furnishing _. s

SALESMEN WANTED piano music for the May, Mn J P Morrow presented her SWANK GIFT SETS '
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music class at Osrry Lake in recital
___ I Fete. CUFF LINKS'TIEPINS
on the evening of Thursday, '
WANTED Man for profitable ANDWAI1PAPER Hostesses were Mn Marshall :
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May 19, in the school auditorium.
Rawleigh Business ,In :Madison: Co. I Hamilton, Mrs Van H Priest :dnA
The delightful program of piano
See Frank CO. [ H A P Mn
Good living at start. Wade Mn Edgerly.
and voice included! both classical PEN & PENCIL SETS
i Massey, P. O. Box 74, Anthony, T C Coody Mn W S Cooper Mn and popular musk;
or write Rawlelgh's Dept. FAE- AT CASTLE PARK Henry Messer Mn Ben S Raring The class Included Karen Faught

14t>-10L Memphis, Tenn. VALDOSTA GA. Mrs J E Hardee and Mn Daletieslie. Patricia Roberts. Tisn TWgpen! I
I :M y 13, 27, June 3, pd ) Dial free CH parkingRegistered 2.5334. I,Cariene Smith. Catherine MitcbeL

Mark Milner. Sharon Bland Susie
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BEFORE 'SELLING ,your: timber i.
'. Suries. Sandra Westenaan. Linda
or timber land please see me. Wear
> also interested In buying s Survey ;Miscellaneous Shower Smith Michael Bland Terry ) .
United amount of pinehardwoodpulpwood CbUough, Eugene Roberts- Dan '.
Thigpen, Linda Hutto, Suzanne: : /
delivered by truck toFoW Phone HU 3-2372 DINNER RINGSBIRTHSTONE
Fla.. or loaded on R R cars. MADISON, FLORIDA Bumette Sara Wlatt Mary Ellen l
The home of Mr and Mrs David !Marsh Donald MeCoUough Sandra RINGS:*
$ce, write or call
L P. GIBSON JOHNW.WADSWORTH Cruce was the setting Friday night King Sharon Sapp. JEWEL CASES

Rt. 3. Madison Florida for a miscellaneous shower complimenting Practice awards were presented to CA1IER.\S'

I Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 Miss Catherine Smith had as Mrs Q uce's bUr Miss Connie Shaw Eugene Roberts Mark TRANSISTORS '"t

machine Her guest over the weekend. :Miss Pearlie Ruth Sapp and her f1yIce.I Milner, Michael and Sharon Bland RADIOS /
[lent an adding or f and Donald McCbllough.
Davis of Don WhHfleld whose wedding
ty >writer at E 4 office. Only Georgia -x-Perry. date is set for Friday June 10.i Six little girls singing in group '

$100 a day, $4.00 per week, ',Mrs Marshall Hamilton and Hostesses were Miss Linda C THE BOOK SHELF ,!

?1 >.00 per month.POSITION :"daughter !din. Gayle,, spent| Ttzten and Miss Muriel Bass. ..,

the weekend in Macon, Ga, guests Forty-eight guests enjoyed the delightful For what are the classics: but thenoblest I
WANTED: Stenographic '''
Wesleyan Col1eie.I party. recorded thoughts of man? .
work. '
cr general office Massey "
Rooms were decorated with gladioli .: They are the only oracles which: '
usiness College, 6 years exI > \
erience. Shorthand typing, book. Sip NOW f.r'free Queen Anne's Lace and stoke- are not decayed-Tboreau. BILLFOLDS' / ,
leeping. and teletype. Best of s''". The punch table was covered borne of the most absorbing and FRENCH"BILLFOLDS '

ferences. Call Hunter 3-6829 / war th cut-work linen Cloth and had thoroughly delightful reading can ..j. .
P. Box 35-tf-ch stabta If NabnlGas be found in the classics.: The Madison I ...
write 0 576. a, punch bowl a1 either end"encir "* > "; *''* ,, /
cbS with the Same.,lovely flowers.. County Library has a number l' i n 'f
of classic for the pubifc to enjoy 4
McesK. duke was served with punch ; S &H Green Stamps S '
thin summer.; .:
:Games, were played, 'with Mrs L The Spy by James Fenimore

Are you peddling insurance, F Kelley and Hiss Patsy baler Cooper; The Scarlet Letter by>> '
( modest charge is made for winning the prizes. The, hoooree Nathaniel Hawthorn; The Hunch: Wayne W. Weger :
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auto-Mobiles I' received: many handsome and Useful Lack of Notre Dame, Victor Hugo; "
LIVE, STOCK:AUCTION l gifts. The Sketch Book by Washington
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SfLL uyourJ cattle'and;hogs in our formed of your valuable services Irving and The Prairie by James

auction each'Monday. Sales start at with an inexpensive Fcztitnore. Cooper are tecofninended. \ Jeweler
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1:06 MONTICELLO STOCKY weekly ad in The E-R sayinjr
D, Inc. Monticello, Fla j OUR BUSINESS is helping YOUR Mr and Mn James Conway and I'

I Registered Angus bulls for sale nice things, about local folk]1 BUSINESS. THE E-R. /;ion James spent the weekend in 'HOKE HU 3-2330 ," MADISON,' FLORIDA

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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH WITNESSES :; :;

CHURCH CHURCHA : COUNCIL' TRIP BUSINESSMEN Don't let your
A preaching service every Sunday 118 N. Orange St Phone HU 3-6355 NEWHOMES customers forget you! Keep 'em

WE WELCOME YOU preaching Service every Sunday I MEETINGS: reminded with low-cost ads on

lit and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. morning Bible St.U Wednesday 7:30 P. IL WOULD YOU DUILD A NEW The Florida IJlgh School Library WMAF and In THE E-R.
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2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m, 1st and Sundays'10:00 a. m. Service Meeting' : Friday 7:30 P. M. HOME ON*YOUR LOT: OR ACRE Council State Convention was held
Sunday School each I 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 Ministry School: Friday 8:30 P. M. "
a. m. No Money Down Check These May 6-8 at the Methodist Youth TIllNKING
Sunday at. ,10:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday. WaUhtower Bible Study \ .
Camp at Leesburg. "
Prayer Serviceeach.. 1st and 3rd Sundays noo.. m, Sunday 1:30 P. It 5 SILLS NOT 3 The Madison

Wednesday 8:00 p. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 10 M a, m. Kingdom Seekers Welcome. No. 1 FLOORING, NOT No. 2 Library Council had seven membersto ABOUT MOREINSURANCE

Family Night covered f Family Night Covered Dish Supper No Collection Taken. No. '1 SlDlNG NOT No. 2 attend the COQven On-saoora
dish Friday i. Iflm, Kathryn Morrow, Erie Lou
supper. ? Friday night after second Sundayevery FLOOR
2Jt3 JOISTS, NOT 2x$ .
.before lit Sunday tf:30'p. ra. month promptly at 7:00 p. m. ADVERTISERS Please let TERMITE SHIELDS Tuten Judy Bass* Carolyn Stokes, ?

Woman' Society of Woman's Society of Christian Service us have your ADS by TUES- Howard Donaldson and Irwin

Christian Service meets on Monday night after DAY NOON. THANKS. THEE CRESOTE ALL SILLS AND Ulm. They were accompanied by
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meets Thursday ( third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. FLOOR JOISTS their sponsor. Mrs A'C Ulm and
jlst Sunday ;8:00 p. m. R. Same Price as others that use No. 2 Mr Edward
Methodist Men's aub meet 4 The Methodist Men's Club meets Campbell, a counselor. ..'
Material and Three SOiis
alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on Some high-lights of the weekendwere
PROGRAM SCHEDULE
Springs Tuesday,.after.. '*.' Tuesday after the 4th, Sunday WMAIF -- Up 'To 10 Years To Per-- : the! kctton'ot new" officers
f th\Sunfiay' -. '. '.t.8:00: p. m. t 8.-00 p. m. -.-REMODEL AND ADDITIONS'=' (Kathryn Morrow was a candidate

',' Official Board meets 1st Wed.4iie.datie1cbevewntntbered The' Official Board meets each 7:33 A. M Gospel Marie Get ''price sand specifications' from for *IlainentarUn);' ,-aj report on f 1 tyy
'mcmt.h 7KJ News '
month following the cupper on : tSeJrecently held White tfouse
t. :The RW Then Yoc.a'4WllBvy'. confereoceja -
,, .... after prayer nen ice. .Family Night % 1:0: Baptist Boor '.I'. .i.iFrbm'jfparkt Heft'* Washington, D C, by
.Comm1 lon on Education 'aeets P. Y. ROWEL S. S. Sept.' 8:30 Gospel Mode Rut' it'ltudent
,t library
,. JChaijje assistant ,
each dd numbered 9:00, Revival Tta 4 ,
Wednesday Our Are
.. : 3atisfk4 customers Our
service MRS. W. W. ATLEDGE. Treat 9:30 .' Gospel CooccrtKewi from. Cross City who attend .
.month' after prayer C. B. DAVI:?, .PASTOR -:' ., ,.. ,C IJ.EA ,.c&'i1ga. } tHe 'cqnferjpce
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\ "SAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt: IP'I. _' '-_-____. 10:00 : .. ; a. report by ;
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I.mOMAS "SURLES, M. Lee 'Methodist Charge to.. .. j Sunday : president. Talmage
. .t .COCHRAN A.ist'.. REV E W t.W>OUGAL.Pastor. 10:45 Prelnd to Worship t. 4Sparks'Best Bcnncttpm.: B 'Texas: ,High School

i &. C. B. DAVIS. Pastor. LCE ,METHODIST CHURCH 11:00 Horning Worship Homes Library State Convention held InHouston"which
.. 12:00SUNDAY News
Preaching : he attended; a talk d
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GREENVILLE, .FLA. In and 3rd Sundays t 1255 News MAD1SOX:t, FLORIDA by the guest speaker, :Miss Ann :

..Sunday School ,......:.. 10:00 A M. ...:.. 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 1.00 Aftemooa Melodies I : :: :- Durr JJ. rt"CbtJappol i ed editor r;+

Morning Worship! 11:00 'A. U., Sunday School Every 1:30 Afternoon Melodies ooooocC CCCC QgOOO4 b-chief of the .Junior Literary t:

Baptist Training Coarse 6:45 P. M. Sunday ., 10.00 a.,..'iM. .U40 0 I' Serenada la Blue Guild and >atrthor of I three books *
I veriinr Worship ?.-.":30 P.' .. Methodist'Youth! FMIowsilp' : 135 News r Termites Swarming? for youhg .people;, a talk by the *

,Prayer Meeting. Wed. 7:301'>. M..HANSON ., 640Rm 2:00 Hour of Decision CALL guest speaker, Mr Don Tracy jk
BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt 2:30 Musical Sunday: author of nineteen books and coauthor
METHODIST CHURCH HICKORY GROVE CHURCH *
"' '''r't.:: :'y : ;a 2S5 New BurkeExtennating with James Street of the
.. "Rreachfhg Services every First Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays
i 3:00 Musical Sunday C. E. QUICK
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\..; 3 fend'Third 11:00 A M. 11:30 new book. Pride of Possession:
....' Sunday am and 1:30 ptn 3:51 Kern
a "it. and 8:00 P. M L Sunday School every Sunday 4:00 Hit Parade Co. atksby Miss Audrey Newman, HO 3-6163 BOX 393

::8 uund*' SchOole\ft', Sunday 10:30 am 455 News Instructional Materials Consultant MADISON. FLORIDA
; 10:30 A. M' 3.-03: Mme At Sczsdowa' Phone 293-J Perry Florida State Department of Education

Family NIghf siiurday before: PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 5:30 Headlioes A Weathef and Mrs Ted Srygfey Associate This Gulf Life agent can tell

Every second 'SundaY 4:001M.: 1:33 Sip Off 1110 PRICE SUPPORT Professor of Library Science, you how with Adapt-A-

,KEY. C M. SACPINGTON, Pastor Preaching every Sunday PROGRAMS SUBJECT' TO PROGRAM PROVISIONThe Florida State University; recreation Plan, your Insurance Is

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH I Sunday School 10:00 A. M.Morninz CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE led by Dr Tail of Florida adaptable. For example a .

A M. Worship .-.. UKJO A.1. ehedulcd purchase rate for :State and his of family Income plan can also -
Sunday School *.*... 10:00 University team
t Morning Worship! -_ UKK) A. M. Sunday Evening BTU 6 JO P.Evening 1.t I SclwyeC.30 1960-trop middling I1ndchoke F S U students; a> banquet; and tirement provide Income.substantial Give hima re
Services __ 1:30 P. M.: Daily Program
Baptist Training. Union 6:30 P M. (A) cotton at average -location is3Z42 :the Sunday morning worship ser call today!
Worship ..._ ,:30 P M.Midweek Prayer Meeting Wedwday t
Evening cents pound and the''
rice held In
per the lovely
camp
P M.Protberhood Evening ...,..,-1:00 P. M. YOUR
730 DIAL
Service 12)0 ON
Prayer W B SEALS, S S Superintendent loan rate for choice (B) cotton, ehapet 4
JasiThursday 6:00 A L Sfcn'On
; of reach month, at __ 7:30 P. M. J ARTHUR CRUOE; Training Union 6.-02 Fla. Firm Hr. same quality and location b 26.63 Everyone made many new The Time Is Now! To

WMU every second and fourth 6:25 World & State News' cruts per pound. j friends picked up lots of good

: 'Tuesday 7:30 pm Director.ERNEST CURE, Minister C.30 Fla. Farm Hoar The minimum loan rates for I Ideas for the Madison Council,

V. L:; SINGLETARY, S. S. Supt. I 6:45 Rudy Hamrtcfc.: eligible qualities of extra long I and had loads of fun. It was a I purchase your Power-

JIMMY:""UMB.;' B. T. U. Director WELCOME TO I .s*p., (lion. Wed. Frt) staple cotton are based on the ,;wonderful weekend.SmCorona. I

Est LEWIS D. HUGHEN. Pastor NEW' Come HOME Worship BAPTIST With CHURCH Us 655 World News average rate of 53JJ7 cents per Mower at Western Auto
7:00 State New
WELCOME Sunday School ..,...... 10:00 A. M. pound. net weight, for American-
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship ..._. 11:00 A. M. 7:45 7.05 World Coffee News With Ray Egyption cotton, and 43.07 cents adding Store

Sunday Schoolr 10:00 A. M.I I Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M 7:50 State News per pound net weight for Zealand ,

Morning Worship 11:00 A. )t'l Evening Worship 7:30 P. M.MU 755 Weather Newt and SealsUn'd cottons. Machines typewriters _

Training Union --.-,.. 6:30 P. M. I reek Prayer Service 7:JO P. M. 8:00 Coffee with Ray I -x- COUNTER TOPS .

Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. I Brotherhood 4th Friday 7SO P. M. 9:00 Morning Devotions I Mrs W T Goody and daughter, t and cash
Jade Pickles ._...,... 'S. S. registers. G-E APPLIANCES
Prayer MeethiR ___.- 70 P. K. Supt 9:15 Ifusical Interlude Miss Billie Jean Goody, and Mrs I S po
First Sim Andrews B. T. U. Director
Church Business Meeting .caw 9:30'
( Musk UnlimitedNews D D Morris spent the weekend at
REV ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor KITCHEN CABINETS
Wednesday night of each month. 10.00 .
Auburn.. Ala where Miss Coody attended The.EnferpriseRecorder
Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 0:05 Muck Unlimited the Marion Institution
Thursday' night of each month. CHURCH 10:30 Music Unlimited
graduation ball Saturday night
preaching Servteis Every Sunday Preaching Services every Sunday 1:00 Music Unlimited
Come Worship With Us. Morning Service 11:00 A. H 1:15 Public Service: -x- I H
Mrs J G Ashley was the guest of -
DOZIER SAP Pastor I
REV. Evening Service 8:00) P. M 11:30 Record Session
Sunday School every Sunday at ,12:00 World NewsNoontime Mrs Clarence Holtsioger in Tampa
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH I 10:00'.A. V.D1.1Evezy 2H5 Pit Notes lest week.:

REV. t T. CARTER, Pastor :! Sunday at 6:45 P. M. :1230 Talk Of The Town OPENING SPECIAL.
Services Sunday .
every 12:40 Uncle Ned
Sunday School ,....,..10:00 A. M.' at Prayer 8:00."P.'J Meeting,{. every. *.Wednesday/" 12:45 Stat. Newt

Morning Worship ,.,., 11:00 A. M. Brotherhood*first :12:50 Farm NewsWeather NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY

Training Union ..___.... 7:00( P. M. at 7:30 T M.Thursday everymonth 1255 News ADDING MACHINES 9x12 RugPROFESSIONALLY
f Evening Worship .:...,a, 8:00 P. M. 1:00 Hfflbffly Hit Parade "
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Prayer Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M. Everybody Welcome 155 News vtoroii, .... ........ 171.00 ..
REV. J. R. COl-UNS. Pastor

MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST 2:00 Compel: Time BURROUGHS ... .... 209.50 CLEANED ,
r MADISON CHURCH OP CHRIST %:30. Public Service J ,

REV.f JACK CHURCH LAMB _. Pastor 701 South Range .., 2:15. Afternoon Melodies CLARY ... .. ......... 225.00 The Multi-clean Method

II.\n. Sapp Chairman Board of Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M. '255 World & State News ODHNE& ... ...... ... 259.50 .
Lord's Supper and 3rOO( Afternoon Melodies
Deacons. Edification ____ 11:00 A. M 3:45 Public Service TOT ALIA. ... .. .. .... 259.00
Billy: Bailey -::.: B.T.U. Director X5.00
Leroy. Cruse Associate Director Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 4OO4KB News plus fed. and state tax. .
Wednesday Evening Request Parade
Leroy Cruse 'S. S. Supt
-- 4:55 World ie State News THEENTERPRISERECORDER-
Services 7:30 P. M.;
Miss Merle<< Bass Song Leader
5 00f Parade
Mrs Juantta 'Cruse Pianist HOPEFUL : Request
NEW
Sunday School 10:00 A'M :45 Sports Highlights HU 3.6361r '"
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
e oo World News .
Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M.
Services every first and third 6:15
Training Union _...... 7KX P. M. 11 and SOD Twilight Tunes
Sundays at a. nt, p. m. 655: News
Evenlng Worship .,,8:00 P. M.
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jt Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 7:00 Sign Off __t "

; ,e, \ Just Prayer as Meeting T .am, without Wed. ;:i 7:30P.one_ plea.M. !a. m.training .Union every Sunday 7XJO CHANGE PROGRAMS WITHOUT SUBJECT NOTICE TO We are l headquarters \ .

I come. Regardless of1 your clothes p.m. \

condition.spun.. You Whether are welcome cotton In Home our REV. W. T. RYCBOFT, Pastor OH, MY {for Major Appliances. \.""........

church service. BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH

Welcomes You ACHING lACKs WFSfERN AUTO THIS OFFER
OF GOD
MADISON CHURCH Services Every Sunday Through June 15thiMULTtClEAN

Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor ..)..*.....TMam .s p.e--1M..h1...........t.,..wsmiae .. e e.eese . Good
Morning Worship 11:00., A. M. Sunday School 10:00 A. M ... .a..........r.....
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Evening Worship Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. .. '........ tub. UMM p.esi..t
Tots t\a Service Wednesday 8.-00 P. M. Choir Practice 6:00 P. M. *** wtU.>.r-uwniam" *r *** *.4MTkte Ctlrgia .
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REV B. B. BRICKLEY, Pastot Training Union 650 P. M .......-.TM 6.aorta.VMM .1'IIW-.rI w w ad. 4*......rMMfaWs
Evening'Worship 7:30 P. M t.o...+s .r... r..a s.4irk.hw PLATE GLASSI/
L. D. B. SERVICE Kt3K Q a ,.... s.D..aius ..
Prayer Meeting, Wed. 1:30 P. M. ,...... Free Pick Up & Delivery
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SAINTS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST ..,..: L b......,. ... J.. ....i...... Ciiany/
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Sacramwv. Meeting _- '11:00 a. m. Services every: Saturday at Mad s.... I. bail 4aaM.QS.M ....... GLASS ILOCK QUALITY CLEANERSPhone
and Priesthood time isoa American Legion Haft .. lac,.... ....... ., .... 11 __ .,
Relief Society
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and place as announced at Sacra Sabbath School begins 2 p. in. E.aJ-r a td afcVa .... ... ... >
Church Service at 3 p. m. .... asap,nIW......t, ..r.t.t HU 3-2355, Madison
Meetlne. .... .... .
ment 4 ptn. 1Mw. lam sso.e 215 W.: Savanoah AYe '
ALL SERVICES: AT. AMERICAN E C WILLIS S S Supt RUG SHAMPOOING ON LOCATION WALL TO WALL,
LEGION HALL HAROLD YATES. PMtor Telephone \ Phone: CHERRY 2523$, .
iiis'PuS FREE ESTIMATES -
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