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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: June 3, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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PUBLISHED .IN THE; EDUCAlJONAL. AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRIAL CENTER FLORIDA


r VOL. LIX No. 40 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, TONI? sn, l..GGO D 1ad1Io n Florid Pn ce JQC Yearly Subscription $3.75; Delayed Renewals ?4.oo






I '" SRJC CONTRACT WOE '







LEE NEWS NOTES-I Breaks Tradition i OAK IIILL NEWS SPENDS YEAR AT HOSPITALMr "

The Madison County School Board, I C
I M Plant, who spent one
Wednesday awarded the contracf 1 -
Madison County Memorial
the Science Building of the Suwannee Oak Hill H D dub met May 26 year at

River Junior College to Al- { The friends of Mr J H Williams with Mrs Howard Coody. Mrs Hospital on May 25 was honored

brittan Williams Construction Co., of with a beautiful white cake topped
Sr
y d glad to learn that he Is I Bobby Buchanan pre, presided.
Tallahassee. Work on the project ddoing it with a' single candle and red carnations *
nicely following surgery i Business included planning of annual
will begin within 30 days, on the I the local rxxpiuL Several of hit chicken fry in f August No presented by the staff. "
College site. The bid was 81600.00, Mrs Plant was present for the oc.
,I children of Jacksonville visited him meeting will be held in June or
The Board ordered the purchase '.
casion. Mr Plant who has under'--
of six school buses for August r r Sunday. July The demonstration on broiler
new F ; f ff serious illness and .
surgery ,
fi gone
delivery for the 1960-61 term. I j Mr E E Bridget of Miami came i meals was given by Mrs R P .

The resignation of Orus Holloway,!I for a week end visit with her Buchanan and Mrs Bobby Buchanan. -Is now improving.. # ....

Principal of( Lee Junior High School J parents, Mr and Mrs A E Ragans The steak and hamburgerswere OFFICIAL OPENING-OF: )

was accepted. Coach Richard Brown. and other relatives and friends. enjoyed by all. There were

was appointed to fill the position. : Mrs J B Rains Is eypected to 14 members and two visitors, Mrs POOL SATURDAY ,
appointed } Saturday June 4th, will be tho
:Mrs Mary Kent was to
come home this Wednesday from Burton Coody and MrsEllis Coody
the faculty of Lee Elemitatary. I I official opening T>f the pool and
Jackson1tJe"here she has been present.
SchooL I free swimming for everyone. The
for several days under medical Mrs Mahlon Mathery was
pool will, be open everyday from
treatment. Her friends are glad: : honored with a lovely stork shower
2:30pm -6:00pm.
1-
Hell Drivers at that she is doing nicely. I May 24, 8 o'clock in the home of LIFE SAVING COURSE ;

Mrs L J Cherry Is back home Mrs Durward Games i
BOB KENNEDY of NFJC ', Sapp. were
A course in lifesaving will) begin

:Tkwdertowl Sat.' facility, will receive his Doctorate from the Madison County hospital -, .,.- enjoyed by alt The honoree received Monday June 6, from 9:00-11:30
;
: M.
p. she Is convalescing satisfactory herma"T many lovely gifts. Delicious I
, At FSU tomorrow. a'm and continue for two weeks.:
friends are glad to learn. SHERIFF mum refreshments '
MOORE, reelected were served to twenty Interested between the ages
t Mr'and Mrs Edmund Rowe and In the first primary May 3, guests Co-hostesses: were Mrs R P of persons
12 16 the
A real veteran of the thrill show MAYOR'S RACE ONLY children of Georgia came down for broke the 12-year-tenure traditionfor Buchanan, Mrs Bobby Buchanan, and are eligible for

\ \profession will make his first ape GREENVILLEThe a week end visit with Mr and Mrs Sheriffs of Madison County. He Mrs W I Reaves. course. :
CONTEST IN
t ;earance in this section this year. R Rowe.Hr was elected for a fourth term. Swimming, classes for the different V
Mr and Mrs Jim Arnold
. lie is George Patton of Shelby, --- J1ai., Prior to his 1943 election Sheriff spent schools in the county tie scheduled .

i North Carolina, daredevil whose deadline. for qualifying for .*nd Mrs J A Owens of Moore served 3 years on the Florida Sunday in Jacksonville. visiting as follows: .

4 )specialty is the reverse spin of' a posts on the Greenville Council wick Georgia visited friends btietor !' Highway Patrol and was for relatives Mrs Ifarie. Arnold returned CreenvWe.June' 20-Jury :IdLe ... ,

stock passenger car. He takes thet"'bee1 showed only one candidate In eachgroup. a short while Saturday. about 15 years aa automobile with them for a visit with July I 5150&MadisOn ; .j

of a new Sine car Meat' I. Reflection ''irk *Mr and Mrs Allen Louis and salesman.Slmmle. them. .
fjOoundlmen _..... July 18.29thPanettacberry
;tt down the track in reverse a4 John 'Roenbeek ahd'''George Wheeler baby of Baldwin came up Sunday was ,bona Jan. 10, 1911. Mrs E S Raines of:West, Palm : LakeAugust.z. "l-12th
.tofaen it reaches its highest potet of witfc I In Rock Hm S C He is married #'
'', night for a few day's visit Beach was the dinner .guest last ;
election of .
and T H Herring All Interested should:
Wee<<. he spins the steeriag 'wheel Mrs Audrty Williams and famQy to the former Monteen Shore of Wednesday his sister Mrs R P ,' $erspjDa.
land forward will be automatic. register with tr MfirtrUw :J'
changes the gears to a MrJEdward Whntty went to :Quittnafy Q* 'Their two danghtecs 1 b halm.k I
position .and without losing ** Tfce mayor's race is contested 'are-Mr Wflllaax -Cave of Madison f R Transportation**& J &we Sunday VVIO' accompanythere Mrs Betha Bpchanan continues
'Bhgfetest nom .4rir ,tit f ItJu v jJ.z' Scarboro opposing: inpmbent and JMnKBu. k Rooertt of Atlanta by the County B<*.otPibc'' *' 'tt

car ihway fei a forwazdAilsy dirwtfffL: A L LegjettWrJ' /*". J| fits '.!I1.pd. cisit :There/is one grandson. Sim Cave. on the skkvw.l* arc sorry taT reiret. stxuctlon ,(School Board**

rb ; one J\\a&i fre The -election will take place diy, they were goestl I ,Stostfe b a Methodist, Mason, / i Seasonal Tickets: may be' purchased '
other" hand extended front 'the can of Mist Lfflie! Cloud. and- a Royal Arch' Mason. His Mrs Stacy Delahuni convalesces' Cordoba
" Thursday June 9. at Williams ,Hardware
This stunt !i.considered to be otheJ.ttost Mr and Mrs Prentiss Cherry had bobbles are fishing hunting and at her home after a longstay In
I Store in Madison, Florida.HOFFLANDERS' .
difficult of all' the precision 'f' one of her brothers of Jacksonville ColtThe V a Jacksonville 'hospital J .:

!riving, *" f 151 'Cbernkt Pickup to visit them this week. above photo, snipped from Mrs Ross. Arnold and son Ross :
TO PHILLY -
Twenty-eight events are acheduled<1 Mr and Mrs Billy'McMullen and the Florida Sheriffs Yearbook Jr of Dixie Ga spent Friday with
at Thunderbowl Speedway north of without his knowledge shows
lIOn Teddy of Jacksonville came upspend her daughter and son-in-law Mr and Pro Al E Hofflander and Mrs
8 o'clock Gwd .
Valdosta. The show begins kwiig at few Sinume .with his ever-pcesent, con
Saturday night, June 4. to the holiday here with tagious smile Mrs Bobby Buchanan. Mrs Buchanan -Hofflander will leave June 5th for I

relatives. While here the men folks r accompanied them home and attended Philadelphia where Mr Hofflander

Howdy Sullivan, young son 4>f c st anil ally $250 enjoyed fishing.V the graduation exercises at will work on his Doctorate In.

Mr and Mrs Howard Sullivan has Brother Harry Nicholson and MM sM1 Elementary .. Dixie. e Economics at the university of

returned from Valdosta where his HARDER MOTOR CO.Mr. wife went to Mayo Sunday r b
l Mrs R L Crafton Is at home after Pennsylvania. He has ,been on the,

tonsils-were removed. preach In the absence of the pas Sclml 1 RegistrationMadison a three week visit to Madison' faculty of North Florida Junior,

tor Rev Curtis McMullen who Memorial hospital and getting alongjust j'College.

was at home coming at new Har- Elementary School registration fine. ,"'f.;tx (

money The R W McMulfens attended will be held at the Madison : Word was received here that Mr Mrs Walter H V Bishop of Greenville *' .

this service Mrs Marie. Elementary Cafetorium .on and Mrs Dean D Day and 4 children Is' Convalescing at her*.home'

Park was'also a. guests at. .this ser: Tuesday, June 7, from 8:30 a. m. of Phoenix Ariz will leave She was admitted' a hospital la

vice. until 3.-00 p. m. June 1 to visit her father Mr I E Valdosta Thursday morning *forsurgery'

r The county health nurse will be leaves and other relatives here. and was released Friday'.
there to begin the school health afternoon
They to spend about a
expect
record for child. Please bring
your .
IN THE ORCUrr COURT 3rd month.
birth certificate and health
JUDICIAL CIECUrr OF FLORIDA a BRIDE ELECT COMPLIMENTED
a Mr and Mrs Raymond Hughey
ecoiii from your private pt siclan:
IN AND FOR MAD1SOM COUNTY. .
Please make effort to I and daughter Teressa spent :May
every
F ..
IN CHANCERY. Mrs J E Haruee was hostess.at A
register your child on this date. 21.22 with his parents Mr and Mrs
W M Calhoun, Plaintiff I breakfast Tuesday *
at Hotel Madton
I .... We will appreciate your cooperation James L Davis While here they attended -
1 H. la making this a complete regis Armed Forces Day at Moody I dlnlngroom, complimenting Miss
C Calhoun Defendant
I tration. 40-lt-ch Ruth Sims bride elect Twelve .
DIVOrtCE FeiM.
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guests were invited. An artangement
A1VV TO: C H c&lbouD. 133 N. Monte- Miss Jamie Wlglesworth received
of flowers centeredthe
LIONS CLUB spring
y zcma Street Prescott Arizona. word of her acceptance ,at Baptist

You: are hereby notified that a John P West of the Jacksonville hospital Atlanta and will begin table. The hostess presentedher

Complaint for declaratory decree office of US Border Patrol gave: a raining as a nurse in the fall honoree with a set of silver .
bas been filed against and sherbet cups.
: you trick pistol shooting demonstration Mr and Mrs Martin Reaves and "
port are required to serve a copy, and a talk on patrol activities and Enoch .
family visited Mr and Mrs
of Answer or Pleading to the I
your I firearms. Chief Herman Cherry helda
i Keeling on Memorial day. THE \VEATHER
Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney I small balloon which West punctured :

David Lahier & W T Davis.. with a bullet .. I Vacation Bible school will begin

whose address Is Madison Florida i Ferd N&QIhton.reported, Bob Lay ;at Pinetta First Baptist church
Week
ending May 31, 1960
and file the original answer or; will
tune ft be
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I was chosen Deputy District Gover : Presbyterian day Maxi'' M n. Rf.

Pleading in the office of the Clerk nor at the recent state coave tJon.I Saturday June 4 and all children Wednesday 95 67 .00 :
of the Circuit Court In and for
.. SyA Madison County Florida on or before I ;are Invited to attend. Thursday.. V 92 68 JQO ,

.6 y the 2 day of July A. D. I960 Mrs H D Oxford entertained the i Nature Note Every body is fish- :Friday 91 69 ,90,'.
Luncheon club and what's better the fish Saturday 94' 59 .00
[f you fail to do .. Decree Pro Wednesday Bridge tog are

Confesso wffl be entered against with the usual two tables of play biting und getting caught. So Sunday s'/-90' 63 .00'V
,
you for the relief demanded to ers. A noon luncheon was served. here Is an "epedemle of fishing Monday" 4., 0. .96 74 ..00

the BO of Complaint. Tuesday 93 67 ,.:J!!,I'

I The Enw 1K-R.econSe-r b WMU will Monday June 6, '
Mrs H .E Mr and Mrs meet
MQUron TOTAL : .: .00'.i
e
by designated as the bere-I at 330 WMU of the First
Sharkty Jifllinor and two children : p m : Rainfall week ending May 28 at
said order shall be .
which
: Ga. of Baptist church win meet at the
of SheDman. were guests Gibson tower none Lovett tower
"a week :tor four consecutiveweeks. c
once Mr and Mrs Roy K1U1roD 'Oft!" 'thepast church for the monthly I1 none. Lovett tower none Audlbvt.

.. and Mrs V. C Robteson of Lee, Florida Witness: ny hand: u4 official seal week end. | and business! programs.' sSIOa't'tower .20 Inch Sinclair tower pone

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announce the engagement of their this 2 day of Jane A. D. 1960. -sAn i Madison tower none. .
electric storm Wednesday
DALE M. LESLIE :,) '
daughter ;

':. 5....."': Miss Janke ')-sessile Robinson :,,(SEALClerk. Circuit:f Court: ,eight service in and Madison Ukpooe-service..disrupted-. LIghtning power. 1955 Ciew let Pkkiprecud Oe.A&---" 1

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'. .' We have more articles than we

:" '. Westmoreland Kelky ",WBey jWA' Seknan wfll,be Camp.DS- to the moss Gee in Smith the tree.home and set fire' eag & new p i t tgatd can publish and have to bold them *

,I 1 :$i son w of.Mr. :and Mrs P. F. Kelley orl are Oak, .Florida rector of the 4-H Camp at Cherry ". < -2- .. Iti ti for a week later Should this happen; .

-u, ':+ Mi r;; Roblsaon is a graduate Crawfordville High SchooL' i.kLti-S1Immtt. His shter, 'Mtejary WMAF Radio-. .month contest tires $55f In the case of. your clam bake. -
tea party>> or bee kindly
quilting
'Mr' Keb4ey raged Jeff i High School and' is 1 Ellen SeTmsn, will spend the winners were SKIP HENDRY and ;; .
do not call up and cuss us out.
Madfeen.. :J' summer at camp Skylanrt.. where KATHLEEN: PEACOCK, according HARDEE MOTOR CO.bat walt a few days. Thanks. ., Tfatf&" >
An August wedng It planned: ,be Instructor. r to TEXAS BOB i; Y. eeo '
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SEVENTEEN THE ENTERPRISC-RECORDES, MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 3rd; '1960TeVoJiziFTfPIISCICORDth .
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f crops include corn, oats, sweet '

potatoes, sugar cane, field peas,

f ; peanuts, velvet beans, watermelons

...-.- M'tQl' MB MMtm* curra om ____ f blackcye peas and for- 4., .. .
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Published Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year In Advance Se.! There is a large acreage in
.,
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year pecans, and peaches, pears and \ :' .

Advertising Bates Made Known on Application .other small fruits are grown. i., .
Cucumbers are grown, salted in l-
,. Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June brine
and shipped in. large FREE .
25tfc, $908, under Act of March 81879. : t'' ,
era ntfties. Peanut
i growing
is
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MOTMM ,
; rRS; T. C. MERCHANT T. C. :MERcHANT, JR. t'L1YL .a- S I il' |oP l ra oi4 H1'i h' 'shelling : i l > '< .
1 t'r- ASSOCIATES' mills At Graccrille 1
larifnna.
/ .. :, .q. .% 1 f 1 :'
I peef andlJjjrr, caUe.1 f\ r t r f,.'jIf :"- '..
:MADISdN kECOXDF.R, .ESTABLIS ED,186G v" t hogs'and poultry.are raised ex! I! ,I "r'f ,, ., ; *'-' t 'III',
NEW ENTERPRISE 1901
"ESTABLISHED'
,25 1908 I tcnsjveJr., Lumber and, naval '. j : :
CONSOLIDA1ED. JLjNE l t .. ,-
i'I I stores aV a important sources of' .
T. C. HEI\CHANT, Editor and PnbUshee income, and large limestone deposits 1 .' ., ..1.,

.'( GF.-:-,- :' T. C: 1.ft.'RCHAN1f:m., fsna 1n8 Editor are found in' the county.The ;. W FRY : t

"" ". MIi.4. A. W. VANN, Clip Editor3SRS.'pP Florida Caverns state parkis I : < ; '

",.{' E.: WILSoN., Adv rJiaing 3tanaQer.1 1 ( I, f situated near* ICarianha and ''t: //17" "! : f ) ,

:', 1 and we' should think t Greater 1 attracts large numbers of visit: Ai A'y. .. .' ..
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Gainesville. would probably approximate 'Jefferson coun '. J t .. L. t t".
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fifty
forty or tlfMAY V"J
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JUNES
sand. Palatka, second largest .
r Oy196o city in the Eighth Congressional INSTALLATION OF WOMAN'S' .
SOCIETY OFFICERS '. .
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qT ION thousand mark; Lake City,I Ofnc ers of -the Woman's Sock .( ;, < 7-' TO 9 P.M. : '/ '

third largest, went well over II ty of Christian Service were Installed ." t ;'

In Bryantland nine thousand; and Perry,i at the 7:30 p m service ."',"'1. '
almost made Sunday at the First Methodist f ;a
fourth
largest,
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These lines are being written Church. The Rev Paul Touchton ; j
eight thousand. Seven countiesin I \.
la Melbourne# a fast-growing conducted the installation service, .
k city on the East Coast, where the district: Gilchrist, Lafayette : and Dr Robert A Kennedy, director ,, :'it.. 1;.."
Union, Madison, Ham. and Miss BOB'SDRIVEIN ..
tile writer has been spending i Gayle Hamilton or- ; ) 1 ,,'
.f We have beentraveling ilton, Levy, and Suwannee:: ganist and the choir offered special ... t'b ) '...H
,J .a day or so.4 lost population, 'althoUgh the music. Officers installed were: \ 1; ,f)" .t !. 'I
in Bryantland ever
county seats gained. Madison II Mrs Howard Stodstill president A :; '! If'. .. :
G since! leaving home and including Mrs T C Coody, vice president;
city reports a gain of 97 to I II
home, but tomorrow we Mrs Carl Sewell, secretary and
will get into that corner of the I bring its population up to 3247, Mrs V II Folsom treasurer.

state that voted for Carlton.Of but Madison county lost 84 and Secretaries of the ,work program
iI i its population now stands at installed included: Mrs A F Harrison .
the sixty-seven counties in I
I 114,113.1'!'It might promotion; Mrs W T Davis W\\1t1<' "
the state, Carlton carried only I Interesting Christian sodal relations; Mn 17', (
to note that. Jac
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twelve\ : .St Xucle, Bro'Yard'l Marshall Hamilton, missionary education t
lost little population the .r '
a over i
Dade, Monrpe,. Sarasota, Charlotte ; Mrs John Henry Plant ( iJ"01\
DeSoto Hardee Glades ten years and is now just under student work; Mn Paul Touchton.
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two hundred thousand mark and )'OUthark; Mn S A to tin, chit -
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Highlands, Hillsborough, and ; :' ) White .
Pihellas? and We1 have heard Atlanta' almost reached the haIr dren's work; Mn C S BUJock. ,i :.: } "Formerly Top.DnTe-In .. :' '"' -
mark with Atlanta : literature find publication; Mo: R -sill
.million Greater t.r .r ,
since we left home that he did t : ;aalrlri a ,l
Dickinson .
C spiritual life> and : ,
million. .
'not.get'a? t majority )n High? going past a Mrs J, P Johnson supply.Me r .... : < ,). 'MAYOROAD MADISON FIA''.' 1.-'-rf. 'lit"H'
lands but have not been able and Mrs Ilowd StuditHl .* .
entertalned .. "" ." ( % :J\U.T r: '
to verify! that. Bryant 'carded foautif d BkieJacaraik : lath .cpen:.housV at .&*& "I1 ad Ii.Tfl:-. t f i.' **! y. 'k" ,
home following t& service booor ; ,e > '"
the other fifty-five fifty-six! e t#, 'i.
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,.:,. cv r' 1 <,< i&g the officers. Other guests :.; I I"J "'II' ''" r ',. .; .... HU 34422. I' 'h'.r t ;fU: p... ,
:. f t 'J' ., : husbands, of,, offlcen.and visi* ,v,>. r J" j to. I ->fls*,. f, i ; t i

I Further- down th .state, .we tors.. U the -.pastot'a' ,family. ; ; L. ;. "fc/ ; '.).. ,; f .. : .

flavnBwVlH ,1IIf-1a' came to, a Jacaranda tree with -The hosts served cooldet and f bed ; 1') ', ... .' i'. '
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I full bloom iq Winter Garden ,

On the trip squth, we havebeen and others of them in Orlando J ,P :Morrow has completed'train- Guests arriving today and tomorrow See, DUNNES; ad in this ESE, if,
stopping, at .several places. end here and also several royal in the U S Marines at Camp Le- HOSPITAL NEWS to attend the Hardee. j-ou, want iT-pc china coffee set
Jeune, N C, and wUI be home June
The Food Fair Stores or Set- in bloom here in Sims wedding with electric percolator for only $1.00
poincianas 4. He has enrolled in the School of Saturday eveningwill (with small cash purchase), *'
zers. as we call them have Melbourne. We saw the, Urges! Forestry at the ,University of Flori Admissions Drew Webb, Mrs, include Sin Frank S |P rra-
recently opened'up'andther fine collection, of. Cape jasmines, da. Alma Holt, C<
super-market in Gainesville and that Mn Vk>!a Mays, Mrs Beach,. Mrs Effle ,JngalUol family left,, Monday for their new
now called gardenias, one BUSINESSMEN -' Gcnalee Hussins, Alvin Session, St Petersburg, Mr and Mrs B J home in Auburn, Ala.

ijt seemed almost like home will see along the highway in If you want customers every Mrs Virginia Cherry, Nicholas Randell, of Clearwater, Mr Law. "" ........,,.. .....,
again to find, hard-working ,Al full bloom in Cocoa yesterdat, week in your store, tell 'em Gibson Mrs Bessie Mae JIathls reW Fraleigh ': Mr Jsl; At>s: Andrew -

Kraus ,who managed MadisonM and of course there are many about it in- Mn Wa Rye Hrs Marilyn Beverly, and Mrs parroll Let muffler and tail
an
,Setzer for so long:,, in chargeof other interesting things along :E-Rpad h every Brothers, Mrs Ann Tudor and Smtth of, Tallahassee, .JVIr and Mrs

the big store. Also with the way. The roads have been week Master Eugene Sevw. Peter O Khfght Jr, Mr and MrsR check
Gainesville's Setzer's is Darrell from fairly good to perfect. ...J : .J Discharged:. Mrs Shirley Grafton, C Dickinson Jr. Dr and Mrs! pipe experts your
lain Sue WUtt Mrs Ruth Payne, Richard A MartoreU and three chil
Key, formerly with Madison'sSetter's ,With the great influx of new Mrs Anna Freeman J U King ren, Rhoda,. Richard and Knight exhaust system free!

and l>Ir Boyles, some Floridians and the ever increas- I Hamilton Kerns, Mrs Viola Mays, of Tampa Mr and Mrs W D Le-

years'' ago with Madison's Winn- ing highway traffic, it is difficult Mrs Jo&nita HcJtpv Mrs Virginia Verne ot\ DeLand, Mr and* Mrs Muffler and tail pipe

Dixfe. AI' said' his store, stays to keep Jilghway,construction Cherry and Cecil licks Glenn Coryen" and two children,

oPen every week-day nigh't until and improvement equal to BABY BROTHERSMr Catherine'I and Lee of St Peters. .installed foronly

nine o'clock' except Saturday; the demand. A good rain came and Mn Laden Brothers of burg. ;.;:'

,when they shut up at seven. here this morning, and we hope Route. 3 Madison announce. the .
birth of IN JUST
a baby boy May 23. He 15 MINUTESIF '
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one visited county weighed 7 Ibc and 12 ozs. YOU HAVE TO :. .:; >]
,tf Ffcwfefs" for we are all dependent on BABY 'TUDOR SCRATCH YOUR ITCH"T' ,: '+

A.Pralrie the things that 'grow..'Cora forth i Born to Mr'and ,Mrs George W Apply Your ITCII-ME-NOT.48c'back'at any Itch drugstore and burn: DAVIS:

South of Gainesville 'is a e' jaosfc part that we haveseen Tudor of Madison on May 30, a ing disappear Use mstantxlrying

sight well worth driving from is right good, what tobacco I. 2oa.baby girl She. weighed* 9 tbs. and irCH-MEJifOT day or" night foreczema SERVICE STATION

Madison to .see.Vnd' that is the not suffering, ringworm, insect bites, foot,
we saw was Deceased: Mr Xkholas C Gibson itch other surface rashes. TODAY I HU 3- 601 MADISON FLA.
"gi'and i expanse of hyacinths and the watermelons from the south May 28. at SMITH DRUG STORE: (advt)
SAFE KKCE11IiOREN
purple spike flowers# growing in I lire going, to market and the almost COLORED PATIENTS, i1+

the big prairie between, that endless stretches of orange Discharges: Sid Williams, Mamie

city and Micanopy. Years ago] proves in Central Florida area STORAGE! I Aiklns and baby boy' Ella Solomon
Rod Belle .Minor. Delia fSrinsoh
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theTller rode; across beautiful sight.Cotton. Rica Mae Lane and aU1VriCht..
prairie' dry weather with a}

:number of other boys in s'' Great and -.. The Butler irmfomdcte8s KITCHEN r SHOWER

wagon'to, play a game of base you se -. .
ball in Micanopy, but now one Mrs W B Setph complimented .
Peanut
County Sutler quality grata Has cma Miss Ruth Sims, popular bride
zip across it on a wide tW ,
can l eon aarsS AOM depcadab)* Monday
kitchen
elect with shower
highway in no time. But if you Jackson county, 4n north-wpt I I storage Ton can bnf. Tbeyr. a Lab*
afternoon at her
Pe.endneeccd that db.aorieea Cherry
PJorida about'Ulird way br
has
an area a
are along that way now don'ttoo Wb IjMnr aria ,torah home. Twelve gnats were invited.
jro fast, or you will 'miss1 larger than that of :Madi Wrt. What taorc. k"a east to Rooms were decorated with day

the gorgeous spectacle on' each son county and a population lama comet dr a Boiler his Into an eo Iflies. The honorte received. many t.. .
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tide of the road. twb and a half-times! as great.It dde a err t.ur awe anIL f"r..tt useful gifts. Her gift from the

.14 '" I is one of the oldest' counties tit d.Iscut JMt'a1a aetagiaeeda boste, was I ra set of, stainless LGIVE THE BRAKE!'
having 1rlda YOL J1&It at" .1ac&flpt steel flat ware and a unique corsage '
fn the state been createdin .
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Severa] ,Ltse p1DA made of kitchen.Imp&erneots.Cuesta
1822 and was named for r .
enjoyed ply bridal AH during school: vacation, drive with a sharpe eye open
by thea
census figures, came out on county .seat, was founded ,,in I with entertaining and serviag, street almost anywhere. As an extra measure of financial

several cities and :couhiie, j lJH 023)afi4( rectlrtd"itanime (from- M It molded ices cookks and lemonade;I II I protection have adequate liability insurance.WilhianisAndrews .
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day, The city of Gainesville Increased a combination of the first names rrr. !

about ten.percent over o ;Abe iric d f the(t $ ($oufd'- C Tell 'em,yon saw it in ;7. !1c. '

the "past ten years, and falls ei3Jackson county is primarily lutarll opt Town-GS ':

'just?shbrt of,thirty-thousand, aa'agricultural countt.It] iKI your Home ti"; :" .b. Phone') Rtf 3-Q10 Mgtht phone;"HU 3682;it .

although ,.Alachua county increased largest producer of cotton, in ER :, V"OOfi. BASE & HORRr. MADISON. FIAM
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Sutton, Dilly Sullivan, Eugene we Jane Ann Humphrey, Gloria :.iMr yob want iT-pc eh&a coffee setwfth I... t.' -': *
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her Sherry Lhcidacoa, Alary Frances Kenneth Walker, Pam CfcrdwtU. Sarasota, announce the arrival of (with small cash purchase). weeks' E-R for good used cars
Madison Mrs J P Morrow In piano presented and voiceIn Christmas, Elizabeth Smith, Eliza* Faye Cardwell, June Gibson Judy a baby girl May 15th. FIRE AT BREEDEN'S ... paid off. He sold 7 cars and will
pupils and Friday beth Kennedy Ruth Tomlinson Livingston, Sara Jean Dickinson, The little lady baa been named -- run some real' buys again
recital last Thuwday Suzanne Knox, Claire Cooke, Susie :Jimmy Sale, Yvonne S u1I, Merle Donna Renee Burferd. The Fir Department was called .
night at Fellowship Hall The pro-
solos, duets In both Hitchcock, Randy Ashley) ;Judy Barber Baas Sherry Woodard. Sharon Mrs Burford b the former Miss to' Breeden's at 6:30 Thursday FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT
included '
grams twu Lilla Johnson, LaMoyne Hancock Wilder, Diane Ragans, Sandra rim.bats Sheby Jean, ama of Madison, Mrs evening, where a box of nylon slips USE KERATOLYTIC ACTION\\
piano and voice. The with stage gladioli, Diane Hancock, Sandra )Ie- Ann Ragans,, Harriet Candy, J M James recently spent 10 days ignited from spontaneous combus BECAUSE it sloughs off thtflafetted -
nights
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decorated Leod and Anna Jean Hudson. Helen Smith Patty Hughe and visiting her ner granddaughterand tion. The damage was confined to skin. Then watch fresh,
mums and greenery. night Ushers were Sbeny Dickinson, Nelda Weaver. Ushers) were OudyUvincstoQ famqy. r J \ water and smoke Automatic alarm, healthy skin replace It. Get instant-
The pro< r '. setting* off the sprinkler system. drying T-4-L liquid a keratolytkvat
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was presented by Reba' McDanlel and Ruth Tomlir Ana I Practice awards were ,presented \ f any drag.store. If not delighted In
Ashley on. end Jeannie Brison of Pinetta :
Susan Herndon; Cindy Gibson, '' I raeltft'4 : 3 !DAYS your,48c back. fyse1 f-441
Jean Hudson ion the practice. to jfielen Smith and Judy LivingsI and ConnJe.. haw of Cherry Lake Th,llehod tj'VScS"1'.Ul FOCrr .
Deborah Blalock, Tommy Gibson; : *.'" 4 ; roWDEIfoorilml.( antiseptic
award I ton. | Movies and V oordinjr*'. !reie+ p m MondaY June 6, at the sootWng
Tim Sanders Sim Smith;.I Anna protection. NOW ya*
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Deluxe Sedan Dealers are great men to know ." ,
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Sinclair' :is giving away during thia "Get Acquainted"Contest aedlns. .
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DUNN FABRIC SHOP SPRING AND SUMMER .

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'J Printed floral 36* '
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COTTON SATIN 98c yd. i YGAui beelthui;

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SATIN 79c yd Special $ .l7i. C ups / >I' Ln ELECIRJCPERCO .

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Dacron and Cotton Washn Wear 39"
Washable Plain Colon Denluzn. Sailcloth, Printed

Briefer IJKI Reg. 9Sc yd. Terry Cloth Eli ICa l bMm. ,2.OR t r


Plain colon Reg. 79c yd.59cyd 79c yd 7 MORE:
SPECIAL OCCASIONS t
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I Tulle Net Satin Lace, Brocade, .situ.IIRUJllmii..IICDOII .
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DUNN!! FABRIC SHOP / IN \ r / ..WI1I&mil 6oCPS.aD(SlottsS QlllClIInt"nmutOi CMlUtt1 SDU&"'

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Hiss. Billy Jean Coody returned 1
from Altha Fla, where she was 'll

the guest of Mr and Mrs J D

Fuqua. and son. Kenneth. She ac-.
I companied them home from DUNN FURN. CO.

Marion, Ala where she"u the Saturday, June 4
DOUBLE FEATURE
i I guest of Cadet Kenneth Fuqua at THE PERFECT FURLOUGH In
;the Marion Institute graduation
dncmaScope and Eastman color
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'",. i ball Her mother, Mrs W T Coody, starring Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh. MADISON, FLA. HU 3-2340 S. RANGE ST.
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ESTHER WILLIAMS I and Mrs D D Morris who accompanied Fine fun on a furlough. First you ,
atHURSWMAKDSHOOTlNCATVSHOWatCYPHESSCAKPENS her to Marion, returned will smile.--then laugh-then roar. -- ,
home after the festivities. After all he had to look after his '

JUNE 11-30 romance business. ... No Extra Cost!: -"-" -
OUR BUSINESS II helping YOUR THE HOUSE OP THE SEVEN s ""'

160 Ferd Falcex 4-dr BUSINESS. THE E-R. HAWKS, starring Robert Taylor>> with ony JIM WALTER HOME .
. r Linda Christian A .(ut-paced adventure A THfeEE-MECE 1ATHROOM SET!
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baffling taysterf for incr. Seevrhat
smut's 4e..tra- 1956 Oiemlet 44 It takes to unlock. the house HO $2.00 UTIA Pa MONTH NO GCTINMB MONTHLY PAYMENTS
of the seven hawks CartoocflSuaMJvTuesi ., NO IXTIA TIAX OX 90 TO PAT NO INOUASi IN CASH FXKI

clean JUt AM** Good K. mn la do tw Mw irate W WeHcTs Oicbrf,Lorg , ftf, wire, Me rail & sealer, l :, Jim 5, g, 7 Tivvtlld.r wr Iiofuifi... JIM WALTIR C A
K' '" ON THE BEACH starring Gregory ..
MMBtfHARDEE $795HARDF.E Peck Ava Gardner. A film of 'unusual
attraction and merit. A story
of several romances and of the
MOTOR CO. : MOTOR CO.Opportunities Jdn&r-sl villain of all time, radioactive ** '
dust that destroys all life
in the world. If you never see an

other film you will want. to see #*1 M.
this one. Cartoon.
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Wednesday, June 8 r i
Available CARMEN JONES, in dnemaScopc -\."' II
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and DeLuxe color, starring Dorothy ,
Dandridge and Harry BelafonU. v; ; 'J "1 1
The film version of the smash Take advantage of this Tremendous Offer. You will receive FREE:,
Broadway musical which, ran 50C of no extra cost, a layatory complete to floor a commode closet 'r,.1 1combination r
\ For Young Men and Women performances. The story of a girl complete with seat a 14"Ysteel tub complete with 1 o.
she ", ** *
who loved luxury more than **
filkr; wen your buy:any Jim Walter nome.
in did her Joe. Popular recording stars "
sing Bizet's immortal music. Car If you've dreamed of owning a
toon.THurtdayprid. Why&It?Own your home TODAY! New home -Here's your chance
Business Courses NOTHING DOWN, we'll ,fondle *
I) n't let Pay
this
a-lifetime
y, June 9, 10 Big once-In-
all financing and give you. as a
DOUBLE FEATURE
and '" offer Up by .,3-ouI special gift this 3-piece bathroom
.. WAN ON A STRING, starring
V-. 4 '1 Ernest Borgnine, Colleen Dewnurtt -set
Trade and Technical Courses Startling story of a 'counterspy who. BETTER HURRY! THIS OFFER IS FOR A LIMITED ..:
blew the lid Aft Soviet espionage .
True vivid story of Boris, Jlorros -TIME ONLY: !! .
: at greatest of America's modern spies. ,
True story of the salvation ofl hlf
America from a Soviet plat
School
Teckttcal
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Comer Duval Street and Park Avenue Sparks Venetia Stevenson. At times
Tallahassee, Florida it's real tough to be a teen-ager.
:They were caught between police
SUMMER SESSION: June 20-August 12 and a'gang of bank robbers and
learned a lot about life the hard I
COST: $13.50, plus cost of books way. Cartoon \ -H!

ENROLLMENT DATES: Applications are being accepted ROTARY CLUB

now and will continue to4be accepted through June 15 L C Bruner. of the Soil Conser-I / r

vation Sen-ice, presented
ltSesOffered\ gram Wednesday' at the Rotary
Club. -The Earth Is the t.onr.as .
A the theme illustrated with "Him*.

and. showed cattle ranges farms. of If' a ..,. : t'\':
Steneographic Course t wildlife .
western mountains and ..
Secretarial CourseSecretarialAccounting \. refuges. Soil stewardship and way'sof
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1 THE "COUNTRY SQUIRE" ONLY $2895 CASH
Course making farmlands more productive ,
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Construction Accounting and ,Gi'calf'" Visitors were Val A Lee of Jack Only one of Jim Walter's Newest Mod *-all your for low,, low ...
Bookkeeping and Accounting Course so Mlle. Don Nelion. Live Oak. f <|*f monthly payments Large front window carport*,and utility iroomr! .. |
Clerical-Typewriting Course and Dick Shear, Madison. > { .It' plus more of J4nv Walter's >tz fi features w
many many top-quallfy ; | J f
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', Mr and Mrs M C Woodard and ?
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Clerical Course
Mrs J D Downing of Pinetta spent
,Aircraft Mechanics (CAA Approved) r -.". JT- the week end in Daytona Beach "
Automobile :Mechanics k'' "i o .'. '' *......... i guest of Mr and Mrs Burton WelehJr. JIM WALTER CORK

Cabinet Making t -. -..; "':1'. ; .- : Mia Joined Carolyn her Woodard parenU there of Jacksonville for

Drafting, Civil Engineeripg and.Architectural' a week end visit also ..

Electricity, Construction and Maintenance.. ) VALDOSTA, On U. Sw 41, One Block North, of'" the City limits. Call Collect:

Electronics: ; 1957 Ford Raciwac GEORGIA ; .J Cherry2-03 l..or Write P. O. Box 1203, Valdosta, Georgia
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Radio and Television Servicing I I \
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Small Gasoline Engine Mechanics .. I CUP AND MAR TODAY Moil to the offlc. ';'amt*ou. ..; 'r, ,

(two and :four-cycle engines) healer, new tires aM I JiM WALTER CORPORATlOflJI I' [ .I
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on owning a Nance _
INFORMATION WILL BE SENT, and would Bk. nor informotion.I1 ti. I
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SHOWER COMPLIMENTS take place June 26. Rooms where I ceived many- -bcaatitol and useful SETZER'S GREEN GIVES STAMPS MERCHANTS redeem their stamps right I .
BRIDE ELECT guests were entertalAed were ptl..and also won the prize in they shop. Merchants Green is
Mrs Monty Vickers and MrsDorscy decorated with spring flowers. In- a bridal game played by the guests. nation'sfifth largest stamp
hostesses at The hostesses presented her with pany and has thousands of w
Vickers were cluded in the twenty guests were
All Setxer and Food Fair
supermertcet.a and other outlets distributing
a miscellaneous shower Tuesday Mrs Cecil Buckhalt and Mrs crystal in her pattern.See in
southern Georgia, northwest from Key West,
stamp
evening at the former's home at George Bartlam mothers of the DUNN'S ad la this r E-R U and central dapiDe' began Westerly, Rhode Island.
Cherry Lake, complimenting Miss betrothed couple. Individual cakes coffee Jet
you want 17-pc china Merchants Gnxn trading Sanders
At the same: time.
Carmen Buckhalt bride elect whose embossed. with .wedding' bells and : with electric percolator for"'only $1 stamp with purchases Wednesday.This that other merchants
many
marriage to Freddie Bartlam will tees were served. The honoree.re- I (with small cash purchase). was anriounctd
jointly by out the area also win be
Samuel lOBer, ErcctitlTe vice Merchants Green stamps with '
president of the Setter's Divisionof chases. This is being done, he .
CURED Food Fair Stores. Inc. and planned so that savers "can
Robert E J Sanders VIce President and easily accumulate the ,;
.0.... and General Manager of the Merchants through the purchase of
"""- Green Trading Stamp Com. every-day needsMerchants ," Fall'I
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One stampwill, be given free i
f', i. y nounced a plan designed to
i with every ten-ccnt purchase In i chin schools, dabs and
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1 the supermarket it was pointed service organnzations obtain '
w'", : :. out. Handy Saver books and new i Item through "pooling of the
i' I cotor Uhistrated gift books will be ''
bers' stazpps. Such Items as
t1. \ given to shoppers.Tree I r buses, church organ hospital
I modern gift centers are went or anything not ;,
planned In the Jacksonville Florida listed in redemption: catalogs,
1' 7&H1dI41r/., / ... { area, as well asI one gift center
//M can be obtained through. a
each in Daytona and Orlando.
)' _l .. The Merchants Green Stamp Company saving plan.
ffN r o, will establish gift{ desks in According to Miller,
{. twenty-three Food Fair and Seter's Green Stamps are being
':1 % Stores to allow customers to Iin the Setter and Food .
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I (product mort'proftoblo toboeco-tofc.ceo trot poys moro a..c,... .

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1'J.c Coilobtc Tufboftomo: burner it made of leery tow frf*'***}. 'tiIr .... t t
;_ llrfctimf' JPfOfonHodrf _. buHt.lo.oirrtovt |4> life! ...your.b Krn. ;MTI.atrr.r --. MAX 'FACTOR A & CRAFTSMAN-: ** =>
rwlrl' g''''d fromo is"...., of Soutc oloctroolotodnd 1Ited ti '4 G.'T r
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';" t .G...,...... rfce safety of your tobacco this year/vHh the k.gest.- Tie Pins :
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units Gostoboc fired curing; .j 4# ,<
\. lotting tobacco curing gos- systems 50c to 4.00 ::t : .
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CURING SYSTEMS MADISON, FLA. $1.50 to $5.00 Shaving Sets : .;

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:Morrow of El Paso, Texas, IS LOADEP I
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approaching marriage of their I LOAD.A ...-_. I BlucJcer the Fish Better the Day for Fishing I
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son of Mr and Mrs C J Downe;' : I
of the Secret Service of the United UNLOAPYOUR HOWARD jTODSTILL 'I

States Air Force in .E1 Paso, Texas. GUN .
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r Miss Morrow wag graduated from tlON1 IN YOUR CAR ArAYCAMP j
Anchorage High School, Anchorage, ,
Alaska'in the class of 1959. She la 1
presently employed with the Echlin \ FLORIDA GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COM M..55.0N'CONmACTING V I nmher company
Inin-Crowril and Co. of El Paso.
She is the granddaughter of Mn
G L Morrow Sr, and of Mr and ON SMALL AND BIG REPAIR JOBS, i
E Madison, :>; 36I06Madison
Nrs T Weatherly of i.
Florida.Mr REMODELING AND REPAINTING, NEW CONSTRUCTION 1ltolfe HU I

Downey was graduated from LET US HELP YOU ARRANGE FTNANCWG.' ,
High School) In Anchorage, Alaska
and attended the University of I -_. I
Alaska. He is with the U S Air Ii graduation exercises. Earl expectsto
STETSON
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See DUNN'S ad la this E-R 1 1Sou If GETS. DEGREE i EAGLE'S Isle of Sportswear
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Force stationed at 'Sheppard Air I want 17-pc china coffee i' enter the Seminary' at Wake i .
Force Base Wichita Falls, Texas. IT'S YOUR TURN with electric percolator for only se Swith Earl Davis son of Mr and Mrs k Forest 'College N C, to study for I
A June wedding Is 'planned to ( small cash purchase). E C Davis will be graduated with I the Baptist ministry. He is spending )I
take 'place in El Pass 8" TO MAKE MONEY Bachelor of Arts degree from Stet a few days vacation here this

SUMMER SCHEDULE son University DeLand, June 5. week pending'graduaUon.. '
From your Grocer Tom. Butcher and Mrs Davis and, three other
BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE FOR Mr
Accepted for', <. -Djjck-. ,. Insurance tMerjCha&t man v you Hairyeery "buy MADISON. COUNTY. sons Don, Jack and Gary will go OUR BUSINESS te helping YOUR

_. .-from! It's easy to take orders to DeLand Sunday to attend the BUSINESS T1JE.E-R. -+-, _. ---
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: builders. Write for Free Thursday, June 9, 196011:1.'x12:00
Samples of 2 for 1 Specialty, :. vst 'Regis iNdslrfca i I II
Anthony Milickis-Dykes, real not now! Write 12:1s.3:30 Lee Post Office ,
a former Madison*boy, has been
LUFKINNewton Friday, June 10. 1960oo.10:15' *. '
H. A. .
Naval Reserve
accepted .for the regular '
Hopewdl
Officers Training Corps ;
scholarship program, which is quitean MT g. Co., 10130-1045 Mosley Jlaq (
honor. "' HjpO-liaS .T Sirmans
NEWTON W F, IOWA l T
The young man is now a Fresh- ;12.-OO-1:15 Madison. Libnry: r I
nan at Georgia Tech He was ,
graduated last year from James!
Island High School S 'C, at the] Elmer Haire Offers Dr and Mrs W G Strscener. of
age of 17, among the top five in Jack,!Ol1\1Ut', were luncheon guests
his class, and was a member of Sunday at Hotel Madison of Mr ':
the Beta Club at the school. : Percolator, China f or.$1 and Mrs A J Hargrove, while in '''J1., I I,

.the city to attend the North Florida "
ELECT OFFICERS Junior College Baccalaureate for COLLEGE or High, School Girl \r. "

Vcs Elmer Nabs of Dunn Furniture service. Dr Stracener editor of the '''' '( .
v Griffin Bishop was elected president Co. of Madison, is advertisingin Florida Baptist Witness, and a FAMOUS BRANDS COLOGNES REG$Z. :' ,
pf the :Madison County Council this week's ;-R his amazing former pastor of the First Baptist ,
'PTA at a recent business meet- offer of a 17-pc china'coffee set Church .. .. ,: ... $
preached the Baccalaureate CHANEL NO. 5 MY-SIN
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Ing of the Council following a AND a 6-cup electric percolator FOR : 9-:
Workshop held earlier In the att ONLY ONE BUCK. scrrfooNIG14 ., ARPEGE WHITE SHOULDERS .
School Cafetorium. details ,
mOCP.Id..tBe Read the ad for further .
Other;officers chosen were W B and find how EASY It is to take SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT .., BLUE GRASS, SORTILEGE .
dark lit Vice Pres; Mn Mildred advantage of this unusual offer. PROGRAM 6

Almand, secretary and Mrs M C e EVENING IN PARIS
Wooley treasurer. 5 ', The 1960 Madison High SchoolCoininenerment : .
Dr W T Edwards, professor of LowBidder service: will be held, .. .
Education at Florida State University I Sunday JUDO 5, at 8:00 o'clock -DOROTHY GRAY BODY MOISTURE LOTION
and District president of the' "
Council of Parent-Teachers, conducted Among the road projects, bids on pm in the Baptist Church with sermon DOROTHY GRAY COTY COMPACTS .
Barber TUSSYr : \
the workshop bringing many which: were opened last Thursdayby by the Rev James T 1 "
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new and oonstructhre Ideas f the State Road Department were Rev Paul Touchtoo will read the EVENING IN PARIS SETS, COSTUME JEWELRY, ",
The ,group enjoyed a covered the following: Scripture, and give the tavocatlofl
dish supper. Madison and Taylor-16368 miles and benediction. Wailer WhSUock
en SR 55 from Shady Grove north will render the processional andreeesslonal 'iSchool "
YOUR COLLEGE Boy '
OUR.BUSINESS is helping 13.4 miles via Sinnsns to Greenville for or .'''
marches.GRADUATION {
I3USIN SS. THE E-R. and on SR 30 from SR 55 '
southeast of Perry east and north AT LANIER FIELD OLD SPICE SHAVE LOTION,TALCt TOILET sEis :
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Graduation :. .
SR 20. Apparent "
through Foley to r I,.
C.EAaCe_ Inw bidder, Macasphalt. SU7.030. Monday evening 8:00 o'clock, June. : YARDLEY TOILET SETS, DEODORANTS :', J\ :::: .
6th at Lanier Fitld.I .
BiwertM C NAVACO AWNINGS Hamilton win deliver TRAVEL KITS TRAVEL CASES : r.i ,
Supply IIOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY I Dr Marshall TOM>IY .
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the address. Mr forth Con -
ndius will intoduc the'aDd speakei RAZORS, HAIR GROOMING CREAMS .' :


OLD TIRES Supt peI1.I.Griffin Bbhop wffl prtsenl :;>:'+:.

:1 the diplomas. The invocation: and -FOR GIRL OR BOY ,

benediction win be by the Ret ,,. f ,'.
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Spring Sale is now going .. Eighty-one wW receive senkn '

I ''"'. on-Come in and get your set graduate diplomas..JaurY Blakxl: S BRUSH AND COMB S'E"P3AT :.
; Now at8' :.It president of the class; BUlj ,
of Firestone Tires. '
1 Rutherford vice presMent Joat I' YOUR GREEN STAMP STORE' r' ...
savings. .
great Townsend secretary: and Susan Me .," .-
Coy, treasurer GIFJS WRAPPED FRED ..
A list of gT&foates will bi IN THE utcmrmrriovmmith '
printed next week. i SHOP .. f

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W :CswritaUte* ic GriMes MAY: WE EXTEND OUR with(with electric small percolator cash purchase for: only). .$1.00 Goodyear Tires $11.95
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Ti, aad.BrWes-EIect Great A"recia1itn 670 x 15, All-Weather, tu -tJpe; ,

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.fo the Voters of Madison County,
,:'.. HAIR:STYLING t and the entire Third Judicial Circuit MESSER
q L f I. "t i for their confidence exf Repairing and re und1nc also any
; PEmrMfENTS pressed In oar son, Samuel S. Smith type small engines repaired \ .
by electing him Circuit Judge.
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I j' \ you want 17-pc china coffee set FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRATTON / \ RESERVED

Setzer Shopping Center Madison, Fla. I' uith electric percolator for only: JLOO MOTORS PRICES

I FOR APPOINTMENTS PHONE HU 3- 2do with small cash purchase). 10 per cent Down Payment GOOD
Operators-Vertle Brinson, Hazel AVert, and Mabel Ras&n UOWERTON SUPPLY CO. Thai
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MOTOR MJUDS MN C Gibson ace 86, died Safe Driving

CONSTRUCTIONNew Saturday in the local hospital after: Saves Money |
a brief IHne**. Born In Taylor .
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and Remodeling County, he had lived in Msdison t .., f00D StO
County most of his life lie was Bf M rU a Jooiuoa .
Hewerlon Supply Co. engaged in fanning and was a .V Dodge Safety Coa. ..h nt TOf I

deacon In Pine Grove Baptist DRIVING Ilka a professional
Clean Up ..dturch.-; wiQ insure your safety u well as, '
4Sumvors "
ClutteredCar v. .' t -V-. are his wifeMm N C stretch your budget. -T" CUP THIS COUPON M

OFFICERS TRAINING DAY Gibson Madison; three sons Emory Be How a cautious drihret. ." THIS, CERTIFICATE ENTITLES ...??,. G
and Julian Gibson, Madison; aDdlIan'e1 1
Now Mehodlit \VscsorrlCttS'Training Gibson of Sunnyvale Calla; Tbfy Dmrt.. _1.eaten*%ot gasotlsM rT stops.tmni a dexrifr4 100 M Green StampsFREE ,

By JlartltaJoIaNOft '""Day progrant was held .Monday one tUter Mrs' Laura Grim&ley, ...... rar of Wale
I Dodge,Safety Consultant at the .' Cherry{ Lake; 10 srandchUdren. and I ,jlalot...;&.t." I AT YOUR NEAREST'
l THE FAMI>r.Y CAR needs a"Lbousedeaning" purch six" r ifc >r + i ft t i 1f perry Inflated tirai teat r
WINN-DIXIE
this time of the vMrs? *red|J'I; Boyd of Montlcello, gresl-grandcrmdren.. y 1Sefces 1 n .Vnarait*biowcatcansing :: STORE
.)'Nf. District secretary of SUPPb'1 uaic ; were held Mondiy at oxcsalft beat and rscuiratr VoW Afttr limit On. Coupon Tq Adult With
Get rid C L'l the debris, under the andt! Mitt, Pc,ly..L.anIterttot: 1 ,Perry. 3 p,rn at Pine Grove Baptist* church. o..a.intinsj ()mo.ldat.t June Sth A $S.OO or Mora Food: ) Order.J Mt..
.*.t, In UM trim: imd cm th. director 1 ,ck work presented Interment was In 'Pine Grbre cemetery '.' wnr. t1
rural 'Briis'itMpa&ta'bika af
rear window Isdf.. idean \ with the T i Begsi 3r Funeral
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the! program. Mrs J B Davis, iormer -are fanportant. ,
I stuffed wider jfw sag jis....- DMfi& "Prelt t ..-.J'bOcIt s/ Dragging brakes oaa: dcresje *-
the Bev E L CurT, and former fuel by much f
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economy
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receipts, bftl ,India1 stomps. to the group of officers repre pJbI.a& Rj' .
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the A M Vowe and
Dastors ReV "
And have, ;you looked in the efntins; lturrhes In the arc .> | 1f a klcli speetL '
.low compartment lately? Discard the Rev Mr Fann, oCfhe Pine _
ij It T lIMn than ISper.
fadison.
c Rocky 3 jki i
boards f"
tboect.vid. Hnr drove church iondadM the ser Brat In f..! cwtsf 4Mmf at
\ -crumpled letters and'torn:*,theMtrealUres" outofdato.xoadlnaps.Ile'plAC and Shady Grove. Cookiet "and vice. A: tao composed of the Misses SO stab &..e_ .T 70.rjDonl YOUR CHOICE .
ked drinks were served during the
with and r I change speeds abntptly. .. .
necessary y i.YfY
useful rtides-deaninf, ,fluid I lntetmiss, nL- **' pi 1tLrs= rrr'i Spot poUctialty baxardout roadcbodltkps I XJTOR VAC fAK COfHI i
and a dean'tag'or paper bwtl r- abe .... for the windows, a, windshieUJU Active pallbearers included or speed tip gnkntaQy,
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scraper, flashlight.. :lunglttese* I, M essrs Ted Gibson James: Gibson. Xilbout cs*of brakes or any appreciably ; -
and yoor autQmb i1.registration: ) : greater use of fuelOUR' ?
I Dale Gibson Ray C Smith N CGossman MaxwelUlQHOUSE
In the trunk throw out onersjency ,I '
unless and John Wilson BUSINESS is helping YOUR
gasoline containers .
they are an approved metal type, rI y. Honory pallbear wen the dea BUSINESS. TIlt E.R.i ;
painted red ,Kith 'a UfchVfUtlns cons of Pine Grove: Church: HOUSE Ord.,. '
the boot,
youngsters torn
cap nqh
Messrs Drew Hughey, Clayton $5.CO
broken sled and, 'sweep out the a ,
I pine needles rom last Winter's.. Burnett,frank Davis,'Sevier.Odon I
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Christmas tree. Dave Davis, "nnilttai.iJ_! fhd)- .v SPECIAL
Put in gloves and a piece ,of Herndon
carpet for changing tires "and

" a snaking bag on of small slick salt surfaces repairs or sand: tire for tools jack traction for-,. {1CANDIDATESDay\ '- .- +i LUGGAGE; ;. '
rlLUE YOUR
chanting tires. Borrow an Idea ,\ f Ines cane q 1 CHOICE .-
Two Years before another
" from experienced truck drivers, .t 3 Piece Sets$21.5O P' WHITE ARROW r ,I'
and include one of those reflectors Call Tana. election: rolls around! Be thinking '
he sets out when ha is 34340 wuch ''willConvince ':
now 4 out your ads
topped by the aid of the road. Collect the dear voters you are $ $3750 $4750WajieW.Weger "ANTor
You will be surprised,'in.aoct
cases there b lots of room for the man. Remember we can help
all the important items plus six you write ADS, plan Campaign 4.9'1

passengers. Jf tt "t CE ]1901 Cards and Posters, and take those rIDE pk9' ,, : ,

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:;. i': .4 tpp 1 M late T, UassfyFOR BIRTHDAY- PARTY' I 1952 GMt Kchfc g, c11 WINS CITIZENSHIP- AWARD n r r Thunderbowl ..

Howard Phillips entertained thIr-i James Rabin, son of Mr and Speedway
}... ,' engine tires aid Mrs C 0 Rabon of WUdwood, and
friends at ew
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and at 1 I.grandson of Mr and Mrs A H Wadeof Valdosta On Rt. 41, Turn Left
party
wiener roast prom
';..: FOR SALE: 1959 English Fort 1'real }Madison won the Citizenship and Follow the Signs v
the home of his parents, clean $495
f" country
4-dr
sedan like new. AT A SACRI Award at the Eighth Grade com--
,. FICE. TERMS. Call HU-6787 after Mr and Mrs Francis Phillips, on I :ntcncement of WUdwood Elementary PLUS
" < 5:30 P. M. Tuesday evening In celebration of], HARDEE MOTOR CO. I School. He also won the perfect attendance STOCK
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his twelth birthday. Wieners were award and was one of S CAR RACES
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Mrs A H Armstrong and grand .",A'fqJ I I'
served with cole slaw cold drinks I ,, JiWIII'i\
a Playlwasc,ittrgartea for supper, and punch 'and small daughter, Cindy (Oinnfngt1. ar ....... .,. 35 LAP
: rived Saturday from Gainesville, 'MIa Mary Ruth Kramer fre-
served throughout the
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The Playhouse evening. Out-door games proms
Kindergarten directed weeks with the Richard Cunning from the University of Georgia jjnd
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HELLmV KQ
', by Mr* 'France Sanders Invites and dancing on the parches: were _
s' ham family at the time of the will be at home for the
you to attend the graduation enjoyed. The host received many "
,, exercises on Friday evening June,nice gifts. ,.eg* .......,x arrival of the new baby, Lisa.EAGLE'S vacation. Mr H Kramer ,
3rd at 7:30 o'clock. Regiftrattion Mr and Mrs Phillips; Mrs H D accomptny his daughter sumu1ft'1 SAT. "
for the coming year is now open. See M Fashioned
Oxford: and Mrs TC Coody' assisted I NITE
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the graduation exercises 4Oltd1I Bargain Days]
I See old Fash- i a P.M.
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1959 Ford 4-dr sedan I I Sale ad on page 8. I cyl, engine, new 2 BIG SHOWS -
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ioiedSaleadonpage8.Bargain Days paint job $795HARDEE ADULTS NNI.ne
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30 ACRE FARM NICE 2 BEDROOM ._ .
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SCREENED 24 BY 24 PORCHES CLOSED, CARPORT GARAGE.1 Listen for Eagle's Lucky Alarm Friday and Saturday approximately .' .


360 PRICED ACRES$8500.OF LAND. GOOD '# every boar from 9 a. m. to 5 p: m. when the ALARM sounds =- The .


GRASS AGE.U MILE$100.PASTURE.OF PER HIGHWAY SMALL ACRE FRONT-LAKE.WITH : last customer to have completed a purchase will have the option of -.


EXCELLENT FINANCING. Purchasing ONE of these 1860 SPECIALS"

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HIDDEN SOMEWHERE8 ONLY. 3 ONLY 6 ONLY ,6 ONLY 3 ONLY f.
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MADISON, 'KX3RIDA': r 7'J; : : ;: ( Om

-FOR SALE U ftIj.t. .. : Your choIce of 75% Dacron 25x
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Any $9.98 to $14.95 Nylon Our Regular Your Choice from our
3-br house, close in, on Qultman ., : "-'f q Your Choice .
Highway;,-large lot, only $7,900. nt t ALAXMbr : 4 t Dress In the store $9.98 to $12.95 $5.98 $10.00 Sole Group. 54 x 72
100-acreJarm, paved road, good : 1 ', .f 1860 SPECIAL 1860 SPECIAL 1860 SPECIAL 1860 SPECIAL Our Regular 3.98 ,
dirt good barn 2 I good homes, : is \ i .. SPECIAL

only One$14,500.large, shady lot I just off \ri. SCLkL 15.. S3OO $1.5O 53.01 Si.00

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FOR SALE: Mahogany -8-piece 1 FRIDAY MORNING 1960 'iOii SPORT SHIRTS .
Duncan Ph>fe djnlng mom set, When The Alarm SoundaeThe Last '
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$100.00 Cash. A real buy. Jilts Customer To Have Completed A Pur- Fine Wash 'n Wear. Sanforizeds
Jim Bunting Theme' HU ,3-2347 chase MAY BUY- and mercerized; and combed
Madison. 40-lt-pd "
ONE PIECE ONLY ... cotton knit pull'-overs
FOR SALE: One slightly used G-E: i
Range. Call MRS. N M LAW at II REGULAR $1.29.to $1.79 .
SAMSONTTE LUGGAGECase t .
HU; 3-2263 during the day,' or_ -
,t SIZES 4 to 14
see{at 301 E. Marion St 'after .. ..*... .... '4"<01";. ...
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cool; comfortable. Call HU 3 378,' $
after 5 p. rn. 40-tf-ch Ladies Wardrobe, or Men's .

wANtED:'One to five acres -near .... ,,/ ... -.. ...1-.4111, ,.S. $uletADy Color Limit One Per Customer Please-FRIDAY and SATURDAY.
Madison reasonable price. Call ., ) t f,
HU [3-6109 or ,write HENRY, *" > ,,' OnlyA Long, As Supply Of 200 Shirts 'Lasts.
1, 1= +f
600 South Range St Madison Fla. ,. .. ... .
t ,i 4MtpdBOY .. KEW. -. :.r 1IEN'S'' < ..MEN'S' SHORT SLEEVE
\ Wash. Wear : -
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OVER .17 WANTED for,night .. S .
work'from 4 tit ,10 P m/Monday Spring and SummerMESSES 54 : SPORT SBffiTS
4hru> Saturday. Apply:HILt : ( DRF.SS PANTS
-CREST DAIRY BAR, Phone
3-6400, Madison, Fla. 40ltchJTANTH : by I'
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(; ) Teens, Junior Misses &Cadies t "mJBBARD" & "CHAJIF

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Regular 6.98 "Better" Short Sleeve
A: '.:..'-.i"'m'. ,:.' ". Our Regular $5.98 4 Regular $2.98$3.93
ON LARGE OLDER HOMES Regular 6.93 j

CLOSE LARGE IN. ALSO ACREAGE SMALL AND f, : 5; : ,US58 ..:. :/iI; Regular $6.98 55 2.50 /

.FOR .oo I 2 FOR 54
LUCINDY J. VARNER 2. l' I'i _$8.93 56 OR

i REALTOR Regular 7.98 to 9.98 -

MISSES GIRLS & MISSES GIRLS
Byron hotel Phone HU 3.GSL8 .
MADISON, FLORIDA : ': -2 FOR 51 JAMAICA SHORTS BLOUSESRegular BERMUDAS. I I

See DUNN'S ad in this E-E .If ,
'W. want 17-pc china coffee set visa $1.00 to 11.93 > 11.98-Sizes .
) Woven Cotton Or

with(with electric small percolator cash purchase: for )only. $1 .: R:9.9SSto1. 5 5 -S 2 FOR SiH I 82c. 2FORS1.50 _$;E9 or 2 For $$34.; : .

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kxe bab. OM :uner & BUSTIERS .I

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:dew $1395 Sizes 28 to 44; 36 to 46

Regular+ ice: Sires 12 to 20? "CindeTdli s* ;' Jb "Ybungland"HALFrtJCE i
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I many miles but.h 's not in the
I Lesson for Jane 6, I960TIniAT up
clouds; his feet are on the ground!

: IS THE Bible 4r1 ving Contrary to what some people Q -
"Vat? What U the essence of .
the Bible, what Is it that cant be think, that's what the Church does ,
thrown away or left out 7 Jesus put it
for too. Certainly gives'him
the answer to this pretty strongly a man,
once. He did not quote any verse a broader vision; it lifts up his mow. ;. -

from the Old Testament (his God and the eternal values t, '
Bible). He gave a single sentence I eyes to see ,

of his own and of love, truth, justice and service ,,.
aid This U the ,
Law and the which God inspires. It gives him a x e .

Prophets.never said He ash divine perspective from which to

much about any view his job, his family, his country

other No wonder sentence the his life! t. _:

Christian church ,
But the Church'always keeps
hit on the name .
"Golden Rule" II .. that man's feet on the ground! It at
for this sentence Dr.Foreman
which boldly identified with ;t accepts him for what he is -.k regardless b '
thewwand the It is indeed -
Prophets. clothes he .
of-the wears or
golden.But"rule"can be mis
understood. Most rules are design the job he holds. It looks evil in the i
ed to save people the trouble of .
it for what it is + n
thinking.Applying rules is a scientific face and sees a a i. a M .
procedure. But this "Golden which God t .
devilish cancer only can A't : .
Rule" is of such a nature that applying y.- <
it is an art, not a science. : cure. It keeps a man !squarely] in this }l",' A" r

So far from saving any one the it lifts his trf '" "-: <<
while
world [ ,
up eyes
trouble of thinking, it demands ,,. > ,. SY
thought. The Golden Rule, in the see another beyond the horizon. j{.r. {a... ". : 4Z
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life of a stupid and .e1A h person,' w.II

great produces harm.IlUIHftftftt only. ,a mess, and can: do. II t And this is what the Church can i v-.*. "' _:-. S

do for you! It can give you greater t ," 't'ision. ': '' ''/':> :-. ..

s But it's not..u: ,in the clouds.: c t' ;
At least three thing are necessary .
in order to make the Golden It keeps your feet on the ground! r .
Rule work. What is this Golden
Rule? 'Whatever yon wish that ,
men would do to yon, do so to ... Y ,
them." This 1s ft challenge first of '
an, to lnteHlfea It is really a '
principle,not a rFI#.It does not ten oft: <<;. THE ': UjfCI1.J/ : =4R.,.'A !. j. :-: (
you to do 'any particular act It I ALL FOR THE CHURCH >,, a
does not describe any particular
situation. It is open to being mis .' I The Graft! it the 'greatest factor oo earth for
understood (as all wile sayings .
are) by the foolish andthe_ stupid. the buildin .
What could we say of a man who It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a +
would give his wife a shotgun just strong Church neither democracy norcmUtation '
because be would Ilk to have one?
can survive. There are four sound reasons why ; ,

iBtftflltlOl. every person should attend services regularly and

The Golden Rule calls for imagination support the Church. They are: (I) For his b*

as well as intelligence. If own sale. (2) For I his children** sate. (3)) For .

the man who gave his wife the the sake of hit community and nation. (4) For V
would to put himself
J&otgun try
into his wife's place,he would ask, the sake of the Church itself, which needs his

-If I were'my wife, what birthday moral and material support. Plan! to go to .
present would I want?" And heml&'ht 9 If church regularly and'"read your Bible daily. '
remember that she had said I >4 r
.4e about wanting new
something
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.. bathroom curtains. Or, if he had I. Day Book Chapter Verses -
an even stronger power of imagination -
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6 46-49
Sunday Luke..
he could think his way into
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I"John, 1 1-3
Monday ,
her mind and guess at somethingshe '
II l Peter 3 1314 -
had never so much as mentioned Tuesday t
-an extension telephone, or Wednesday John* 12 24-26 .
a trip to her old home. Whateveryou Thursday Ecclesiastes 2 12-26 r** mfi y I

would wish people to do to you Friday ITeter 3 1017r "Jf** ,3*
--If yon were la their place-do I I Saturday Psalms / 67 1.7 * ao to them. That is the real mean '! "
ing of this rule.Sometimes -,. ;1 ,' .s I

it calls for the kind ..
of imagination that can look into
the future. Parents and teachers
need this greatly. You can perhaps w C.h++t&t Did,zas v ill,.31IJcr,'fftElr>t+v '
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imagine what this child, this student
wants you to do ow. He
wants. you not to punish him. He
wants you not to require hard work
of him. Now you can let the child I
do 'as he pleases without lifting a ,
band against him and that will suit ,.. :
nil down to the ground. But ten These Religious Messages are being' Published Each Week.Sponsored by the Following; Individuals and
and he too-
years from now you-
may sorely wish you had spanked Establishments
him good when spanking would do
some good. Likewise the teachercan . i . ,
be easy on the class-with the
consequence that they team noth
ing. Tears later they may fall la I INSURANCEV IERN AUTO STORE DUNN FURNITURE CO.
competition with those who once MADISON DRUG STORE,. MORROW -

atudied under harder-drlviag teach CY. J. J. Sale Jn. Owner MADISON FLA. ..
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had put on the screws. i MADISON.-FLORIDA i Kd'. Y1&IIn' -, Phone. HU 3-2335, Uadboo. FU. Phone HU 3-2340.

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The Golden Rule cBs for seeaething :. :': .7.
beyond,or rather undefglraing "' ;. : ." z ; ,

intelligence and imagta-tHea. ..; _. I
Its right use calls for the Qttisll n
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heart that Is to say a heart ". : r e
tune with the heart of Jesus, a '. ,
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heart wherein dwells the Holy N'MilTl'EltY ,I:'TIRE;rCO. J. B. DAVIS, lac Wbea t four etotbegare not
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the wants,of others but to their r ;, ," '.. ",;,,, ',. ". 'g If..t'11ar'.4a \
needs. Jesus himself gave antratioa ltie. nxf :' ... .y to as Fly' HU 3-2353'
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man was brought to him Vy. tsje .. o .""" r...'" '' F.Jt"" '
,man's four frieaeVs 'Who let >sm : : V 'c :. 1 ,
down through the reef. ffce.ftrst ;: : : aS
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thing Jesus said to him was Tewsins ;.. : < 5 ,. .. .
Some people ,,,.
are forgiven.
would have criticised Jags for ;B VAN ELECTRIC. FIlALEIGK;.A lJTn .r. J

that.Where was any evidence that f> 5 a=,'*' : ..' CANTEY MOTOR CO. CHERRY'S "66" SERVICE.
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wanted his sins forgiven
this man ,_ Wiring and i Repair-Appliances. .,., STATION ?
think trick had l'
Would his friends a iLtdiioo Florida,,,
been played on them? A forgiven FTAKIDA Phoac HU 3 211 Ma r hofT. FU.. .. I IIsd1a2. Fla
cripple weighs just u much as aa biADiCOD. ,
unforgiven cripple doesn't: he? <
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BIRTHDAY PARTY
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Clyde Cruce,-ion of Mrs Delores H

CLASSIFIED ADS FLOOR SANDING Cruce, tteJewauc1 has seventn Aunty SINGE SEWING MACHINE CO.

day Saturday, May. 21, with a ,
A.'D party at his home. Guests Were '
109 S. PATTERSON STREET .
Clyde's fronds from the Green,

REFINISHING dUe Elementary S
Old Floors fade New- entertained with games. Favor' Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course
were balloons and k r-popl. cupcakes
New Floors bade Perfect

W. .6 Dsvrk Jr. LAWN MOWING For Bwn mowing,. beautiful and iced drinks were served:1 New Machines $59.50 and '
lee J V Cason on U S ,90 In front D.C. BYRD The white birthday cake :i. -

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE of Cities Service Bulk Plant, was decorated" in yellow and blue!.

ACREAGE FARMS Madison. 39-It-pd Phone 2306 Box 1"CRD.rVI1.LE and was topped with seven CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-23M COLLECT

BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL FISHING! FISHING! I J'L.A. Clyde received many nice a.ndJes.1. Service In 24 Hours
ESTATES RESIDENTIALAPPRAISALS Mrs Cruee assisted her "
Will be open In Gibson pasture.
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sun-up to sundown) beginning entertaining t tATTENDS gxicsts.

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Thursday, May 26, I960. Your cooperation - -
TITLE INSURANCE' Is always appreciated. Mr and Mrs HE McArthur, Mr BRIDE ELECT FETED
112 West Base Street PETE and Mrs Henry Messer and Mr and H 8 REUNION :
:. Guaranteed
MADISON. FLORIDA 29-1 t-ch Mrs T C Merchant Sr attended -

Phone HU 3-6277 International Rotary Convention at Mr Broados WHloughby spent USED APPLIANCES >
Miss Ruth Sims popular bride
Miami Beach this "'.eek.)1r and the weekend In Newton, Ate, going
elect was complimented with a
Mrs Merchant will leave Monday on to attend his High School reunion
bridge and anasta party Saturday :
FOR SALE a vacation trip to Nassau. of the dais of 1920 Newton' High REFRIGERATORS
morning given by Mrs T J Beggs _.<;*:_*- *" -" j,""v;-*, -"_- -
School
Jr at her home. Three tables of AND

4.bedroom house four blocks from repairing done by set "doctors" players were joined for lunch by

school Walking distance downtown. eattfl.OPIC Steve Bevan of New York City, Mrs James E Hardee. Mrs J L

Owner will finance. $1,000 down. and mother Mrs Edith Bevan of Sims, mother of the honoree and EmJD
Total 8000.
price t I Tallahassee and Miss Louise Watson Miss Mary Jane Merritt of. Atlanta -

2-oedroom house. Florida room of Apala'hkola, cane Fridayfor house guest of the hostess

breakfast room. Corner lot, close to a weekend visit with- Dr and were among the guests. Prize winners Western Auto Store
schools and Price $9,000.
town. Mrs R E.b3n., Mr Bevan returned at the game wereMrs Richard

Pnua'e' N tar. Dect<< to N Y Monday Brown ltrsVUlJam Beggs and .?? -_- -A _
LUCINDY J. VARNER Ueall'
of MtJltUt n
I'1on4a M ed- -x- Mrs Ashley Beggs. The honcnee-
An.cbtl.. ... .
k kaI Local: lie4+cal &**rtf. t r Mrs Bin Smith. Mr A H Smith received a pair of silver compotes
REALTOR Mrs R D Baker and Mrs Julian from the hostess. Luncheon was
We know how to diagnose your FACTS ABOUT REDUCING I Goodyear Tires $11.95
TVs Ills and cure 'em fast Gibson went to Fernandina Beach served on the card tables at noon.
Hotel, Phone HU 3-6848 that there
Byron
It !. not surprising
; to spend the weekend Mrs Baker lilies decoratethe
Day were used to 670 x 15 All-WeatJier tnbe-
oterwagbt
MADISON, FLORIDA are 10 mny pa'1OCIin ,
QUITMAN the United Suits. Hiring the and Mrs Gibson returned home rooms. .
highest level of economy ia the Sunday. Others In the party remained type, plus tax and recappable
FAMILY MAN world. It follows that we are the
Here Is a way to beat living costs TELEVISION SERVICE best Ted people ia the world. This until Monday evening We headquartersfor tire. |IL
and still be close to your work ftittutioa has led imforttuuuly. to -s- are
Good 6-room new house with fine 401 E Stevens St. ingrained habits of stlf-fadfllgeoce.! Miss Mary Jane Merritt. of Atlana .
Uaccotopinied Messer &
Tire
standard of Imag Battery
Oar high
garden soil. Every modern con. We RepairRecord.PlayeraAutomobile by a high death rate was the weekend guest of Major Appliances. ,

venience. Good West End invest. Radios from diseases and conditions the T J Beggs family.
mcnt $500.00 down. A Few Choice Selections brought on and aggravated by rj> Company
BROADUS WILLOUGHBY Realtor IN USED TV SETS' CUt fat It b estimated that a.30perctnt WESTERN AUTO
Phone HU 3-6481 Work guaranteed satisfaction increase la weight before Free gift wrapping at EAGLE'Son
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PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE the years
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FOR SALE: One 12 ft molded OUR WAY OF SAYING :

martee plywood boat gator trailer. THANK ,YOU" 90 It ttfccoL is rot.any to loM.wt. Kt for it's 1rcst+ !
15 H. P Evterude motor, acces Phone 9481 Quitman Ga. taovfptcvlc sad 1M 4ttre to do sea o eman
sories. Can be seen at F & M Buddy Tfllman Charles Rogers .mt com Inn wHbia the ?mo .
Grocery Eatt Madison U S 90. GentraHy! apeakUg, tber people .,
seldom teg aa.rscnwht aueIdsal 1rtei..Phatis -
38tfchFOB .0 the act IbM kt .r slot steal .

SALE: XavaUtt fffceel chair, .." ID.ScrigsFORESTLR "'... Bat wbw a WCWMM. 4tto .. ; .,
kM4rf
elites relate Aids MM t '
JO good OaSBnWB,,JfttfnMMtC* Ferdellrfftl'fI. el iMreuiac Mt .nt *mttits.awe J
see 9ea*. 190 Cat REGISTERED SUBVETOE' rstchs arc _aU, .tls...... ,
No. 8 K 171 N, ft**'1618. L MDIXON Pb. nusnwMADISON. 1'lot of Q cvetgM ... ......... II
Lee, FH. 3S.2HS1 ..w.i T.Uin to tat s4ca Wand
.. FLA. WI wiN family that beredM*. .
FOR SALE: Used 6-row mute bet tsb.. lid mfan U .t rawdtttvu
Few ill ., rfbctary, raUs .( 4- .p li8dQdgn.
duster, $7fij90.
drawn
. power .
j Brtcktion of body wrcbanisvi sad .
used tobacco barn ftaet, GIRAIDIf WEIBS .
: sets of ubles oIl-.ity.Jte k more BwJy
one half price. EUGENE MUGGE, to coot tftle. '

Greenville Fla. 36-2t-ch FOR THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE:. -'or.se ,'Isg. asdpM Sif"N or : a'nappyfuurewgeTherI, .' :,:
riCotID8tod. a natvral jut :
LOANED OUT. One pair of a*. SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL plot... and low ,ia > ,- w
bestos side\ cutters. Will borrower DIAMONDS,..ttWELRYEXPERT However, it .. important to' acts ? A
that etch sbovld M
to WILLIAMS perton's case
please return REPAIRING dealt with individBally, to rate art ':
Mad-
HARDWARE & ELECTRIC. .
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possible compUcationB or other I J:;: .;
Json, Fla 39-lt-pd can cs of excess faL This U why 1st "
the orenr eight person iboald con -
SALESMEN WANTED II NATIONAL salt hit t>by>ican before vndertak ,
BRIDAL leer a reaacinic dkt
WANTED: Man for profitable The accepted UtaH of excess w
Rawleigh Business In Madison Co. SERVICEYALDOSTAGA. weight in mOlt persons, according.
to medical experts is the overeating
Good living at start See Frank of fat producing: foods. Bat they
:Massey P. 0. Box 74, Anthony advise, the very best way known to
or write Rawlelgh's Dept. FAE- aroid taking off excess weight is II .

140-101, Memphis, Tenn. 803 No. Patterson Dot to add it ia the first place. f T.'.,

May 13, 27, June 3, pd I
COMPLETE LINE DWOSKIN NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
BEFORE SELLING your timber BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
or timber land please see me. W fare
also 'Interested In buying s 7 pt
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
of pine-hardwood
limited amount
delivered by truck to t7 1 the undersigned, Dale :M Leslie,
pulpwood -r aerie the Vt ,
of
Circuit Court of &tadi II
Foley Fla.. or loaded on R R cars. ,
write or call son County. Florida, will on the 6th ,
See
day of June. 196, during the legal
t_ P. GIBSON
Florida TALBOTT PAINTAND hours of sale at the main door of
Rt. 3, Madison
the Court
8363 House of Madison County
Lake
Phone Cherry
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in the City of Madison Florida

Rent an adding machine or offer for sale and sell at public

typewriter at E-R office. Only WALLPAPER CO.AT outcry to the highest and best
bidder for cash the following des
$1.00 a day $4.00 per week CASTLE PARK cribed property situated 4n Madison

$lG.OO per month. VALDOSTA GA. County. Florida, to-wlt: 0 0 1 they've got plans!
4FOIi Dial CH 2-5381 Lot No. thirty ((30) Block No. 39

RENT: A two-bedroom house. free parkingRegistered of Greenville Investment Company'slands ,
Phone HU 3-6262 SMITII DRUG of the Town of Greenville

STORE. 39-2t-ch Florida as per map prepared by
Strwytf Fred T Peck, and recorded in the //JHUre'i a couple bound for a most
POSITION WANTED: Stenographicor
general office work. Massey public records of Madison County) taceeitfol voyage on the tea of matrimony ..

Business College, 6 yean ex Phone HU 3-2372 Florida.. They've already charted their the
bookKeeping MADISON. FLORIDA pursuant to the Final Decree of course to things .
Shorthand typing -
perience., and teletype. Best of Foreclosure entered in a case pending they both want most out of life. They know it ,
JOHNW.WADSWOR1H in said Court, the style of whichis ,""
Call Hunter 3-6829 takes planning make
references. Mid-State Homes, Inc, a Florida working, saving together to
35-tf-ch
write P. 0. Box 576. -
or Mr and Mrs Bob Lay and three corporation Plaintiff, vs Lormie cheriihed dreams come true. TheyVe decided on

,Ni&es children Anita, Bobbie and MeJln- his Jennings wife Defendants and Rosa, and Lee the Jennings docket, .. .. a program of systematic livings here. to ffiikctbeirfnturtkifhtt
da will leave this weekend on a
number of which is No. &
vacation trip to Fontana Village
WITNESS band and the
my
(A modest charge Is ra4e for N C, to be away a week or ten official seal of said Court, this :23 -
In this coluaaa). -
public notices days. day of May, 1960. Noaang pi4.Ms su more than to Mp yotAgwort "
AUCTION DALE 1[. LESLIE,
LIVE STOCK Court eoap J acM.ti A *MU o*;.uJWI. "''!l"riap
ia Clerk Circuit
SELL your cattle and beet oar FsV Qty FwiIwe
auction each Mo tk7. Sates start at I(Seal) 55 fiats to It. all boJgttt. And tcAm+ tAK teas.tins for

1:00. :MONTICELLO STOCK By Jane W. Baker, D. c. Apqe.; W'N attl+n',4ss, IN-MI 5

YARD, Inc. Moaticello H*. Fr IIi'e ApiMces :terry M. Hobbs Attorney tor "..4 /or A ale Plaintiff POBox 3285 r
for
bulk
Registered Angus
ZENITH TVSIMMON'S ;Tampa 1, Florida 3-%t4 .
all times.
at & RESTONIC BEDDING -
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A dollar and a deed? No. 'Pay sae FLOOR COVERING G-EAppi;MCeS FhrthBaukatMadisoi
half the cost of the Jot a Mw

payment far a ........ b. Web Fmfcrc C*. C Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationAnd _
2*. N.4i.eB. for Htwerton Sapfly *
teRl, Jest ,
details. ...tt"' .MADISON FLORIDA Florida National Group of Banks

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MAC'S. FOR PHIL CD.! I 1 1I I I .::4...N.:'A k.



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A'A rw. T_ ESTHER WILLIAMS I
KMJUSMa MaSHOOmt A TV SHOW

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muffler and tailpipe
F ii :; .1 ark you far the fine Let I '' 4

experts check your I
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: .. F business you have given exhaust system free!I I SAMUEL S. SMITH


% I ;i 14 *3 Anniversary Muffler and tail pipe NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
us difffflg our MAKE APPLICATION FOR

? installed. for only FINAL DISCHARGE- 1

Sale. Remember I (Probate Law 1933)
I IN COURT OF THE COUNTY
19c
I JUDGE MADISON COUNTY
y ry
yA STATE OF FLORIDA.

;H %, we have hundreds of II In Deceased.re the In Estate Probate.of Nellie B Tooktv

b 4Yc L r s/r dfu.seRVICE 1 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-
I CERN:

items including Dinette STAB iW4 Notice Is hereby given that SaraT

,, :''t 1IndiJrJ1.. Jkl1.D I Jrn: I Calhoun has filed her final report
as Administratrix of the estate -
of Nellie B Tooke, deceased
Suites Sale. I that she filed her petition for final
discharge, and that she will apply to
I ft (Vhen buying your .the Honorable Curtis D Earp, Coun-
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-k : ty Judge of Madison County,Florida
i E-R from Newsboys on the 25th day of June 1960,
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W : for
approval of same and for final
*.* discharge as Administratrix of the-

4 .. Please DO NOT park In the estate of Nellie B Tooke. deceased,
., 1 street and make your newsboy run on this 24th day of May 1960.
.. out Into the street to make a sale SARA T. CALHOUN
?: Kindly pull over to the curb. As Administratrix of the estate of
.1 Our newsboys have instructions Nellie B Tooke, deceased.
to STAY OUT of' the streets and
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we win appreciate your co-cperat* -
:MODEL,8RS02 (Pictured above) '. '''
:. bag with us AND THEM for WE' SPECIALIZE IN '
THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very
|DUC2). 1

'SP 4. \VilllJLm J' Cres&y 1 Jr.
11 '(II. ft 9-SS-tS9.5 U S 53299004 son of Mr and Mrs
William Cressley Sr. of Lee has BIRTHDAy.WEDDING'.-:.
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returned from a ninteen month tour
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of foreign duty. S.P. 4 Cressley
., NsTradeIn NeedetL:0ur entered the United States Army
t. .. ., .. June 11, 1958 'after" graduattdil ;.SOCIAL '.i
fL .. }\ )(:ra'iU'! c from '.Madison High. School 1
r :. ARTY ,')

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'..-t,.. .../. ,: ".. ........ ALL ENTERTAINMENT NOTICES
Park Center Bakery
f regardless of )
: sponsor
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ALL NOTICES OF MONEY- 422 E. Park Ave.
t'y.. .". RAISING PROJECTS PHONE CK 2-0577.;

...... (regardless of sponsor). Valdosta, Ga.
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ALL
'; : NOTICES IN ADVANCE www
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.. KIND IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
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'"l' ." '\.. I (regardless of organisation) IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY,.
Freezers are t"l '" ; .
Prices FLORIDAIN
are reasonable. Rising pro.
rSale I RE: Estate of John Woodrow
.- '"% duction costs force us to omit ALL
t I FREE ADVERTISING. Gibson deceased..
4 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
at Special Prices !.Of THE CIRCUIT COURT 3rd All creditors of the estate of
6------ 'i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, John Woodrow Gibson, deceased

.. .. : IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY. arc hereby notified and required to
i IN CHANCERY. file any claims or demands which
: _. 'Sam Ashley, Plaintiff they may have against said estateIn
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,NOW! Bef(we ym bay, : f t vs. the office of the County Judgeof
as > I Iclllpll'e j,|Rosa Green Ashley, Defendant Madison County, Florida, in the
DIVORCE I court house of Madison Florida,
i. (I ITO: Rosa Green Ashley residence within eight calendar months from
w k c( ,>: and address unknown the date of the first publication of
rk l You are hereby notified that a this notice. Each claim or demand
." 101 Ie I,Bill! of Complaint for Divorce ha must be in writing and must state
: I M f been filed against you, and you are the place of residence and post office
; I(r required to serve a copy of your address of the claimant and must
.Jprice! ; I i Answer or Pleading to the Bill of be sworn to by the claimant his
'complaint on the Plaintiffs At- agent, or his attorney, or It will
-- ... 'ts torney R E Cowart whose address become void according to law.
? I I Is Madison, Florida, and file the This 18th day of May 1960.
'" ... <<. > orijdnat answer or Pleading; In the |&i I Annie Laura Gibson McCown
'If.- ". .... l office of the Clerk of the Circuit Annie Laurie Gibson :McCown as
''': I,Court in and for Madison County, Executrix of the Estate of John
Florida on or before the 20th day Woodrow Gibson deceased.
I
,of June A. D. I960. If you fail First publication
to do so, Decree Pro Confesso will May 20, 1960, BBS & N, ch-4t
a>
be entered against you for the relief I
demanded In the Bill of ComplAint.
it ." \< The Enterprise-Recorder Is here
< : by designated: as the newspaper la ,
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; whIch said order shall be published
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jr i once: a week for four consecutive: GO BY KELLY'SFOR
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,. : weeks. I
7. ;i' :T,1 / ."; OJ 1 Witness my band'and official teal. [ YOUR WATCH REPAIRING ,
i .r. this 18th day of May A, D. 1960. I
: ,. Courteous Service
: DALE If. TJST.T?; Clerk Or.
#..:' : _.,{ MAC'SAppliance cull Court: 'i Outstanding Values '
j, ";;' '- :" .' 't (SEAL Come In and See Us
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. .5. .,. By Jeannette T Leslie, D. C KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP
9 I?
""!r MADISON
For Quality Ftriute.Frigidaire {

: : Furniture Co. J : Appliances tF-11JJ I

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.. 3r ZENITH T-V* We
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.,.",fie"'; r SIMMONS A RESTONIC BEDDING

..' t :, r t. Setter's Shipping 'Center Htiim 7jt", .' :# FLOOR COVERING for Major Appliances.

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.. .' SECRETARY OF STATE ,
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I Ii ,NOW OPEN Termites ?
.' o I Dr Royce V Jackson will Join Swarming
<.. .a JUNE 1. ? I Dr WUmer J Coggins In the general
*. CALL
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l practice of medicine beginning Jane
20. 1960. TV Cbgglns win take a
Pde'sGwSkp : leave of absence from the practicebeginning Burke -i i
; A tyrrtot' t Y.a tkktot el Y d9ds ,
YearS.deq asd WVreotie July 1st. I960. 40-2t-ch *
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MADISON, FLORIDA_\, .'. UTT: -lANDEDNESStNO HANDICAP I I easterners BUSINESSMEN-Don't forget* youf! Keep let. )"O\q'1! Phone Exterminating 293-J Perry. Florida ',

'Nextfeto_ Big Bend Electronics. '" reminded With low-cost1 ads on!
y IWr.i"s' J I Ldt.UDdtd4tS. r. ddftolttl/ alr I. WMAF and In THE&MU' l: : :
m C ho handicap. Some of the molt
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.i'J.. famous and sscctMfoI people fat "
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.. I(i-CUSTOM GUN, WORK }' the world bare been Idthinded.Howeter :
," ,:\ Jr.M"" it u estimated that
1cs: o'R, only four out of every one honllrcd THE YIELD IS !
; UP !
ON
. fdt.handed.I SAVING AT
person are 1-.
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; :: : handed as it is to han straightor G f.
VALDOSTA
\ FEDERAL -
..BUYSELLTRADE.w curly hair and freckles or
""' dimples. The motor-function of ,' ,' I
the hands is controlled: from the ANNOUNCING:4: ..
GUN .STOCK WORK, PLATING, brain. The right half of the .,' .
brain controls the left side of f,
.. TOM ADAMSBUSINESSMEN of "
., AND CHOKE SERVICE 'c .
the body and the left tide of the : '
... brain controls the right side. :
Because the left half of the -

PETE SHEA brain sons are predominates right-handed.most per tur If you want customers every ")..,,:.,. r

It is no more strange for aptrlOG week in your store, tell 'em r .
OWNER AND MANAGER .
to be left-handed than itis about it in an E-R ad every
for *person to be red-headed ... t
,. week. ; .
or to be born a twin. Unfortunately i
many parents when ,
: : : IS YOUR ORGANIZATION holding they first detect a left-handed
in their child, endeavor to
a rally, having a fund-raiting trait
make him vie his right hand.
Agricultural} Flying drive telling cookies, throwing a This is a great mistake and can
catfish supper, or promoting an often lead to trouble. Attempts Goodyear Tires $12.95
Spra1ngDusUngTert1Uz1ngFASQO! entertainment If so, play It cool to alter nature's plan of motor
a and function of the body may result
promote it with low-cost spot
in1 nervous disorders and in S70 x 15, Ail-Weather; tube-type,
ads on WMAF and In THE E-R. confusion FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST
some instances mental plus tax and recappable tire.
) tf OFFICE HOURS -
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1 L To make it easier for left MESSER '. r"
handed persons to lire in a predominantly : Slav.TUES.THURSDAYS .-tiVEDrFlu. -- 9 AM-TO 4 PM .' '. ': :
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DUSTS SPRAYS ,Plumbing & Electric right-handed world. *
the Handwriting Foundation of : .AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON
HOWARD :MORGAN Washington D. G, has recently Battery & Tire Co.
Service aid Repairs issued a booklet on the latest ,
:
Highway 90 West 4 writing methods for lef t-banders. The New .
One can be just as skillful with
Phone FOrest 2-2016 APPLIANCE REPAIR (the left hand ai others with I II
their right hand, the
emphasizes
LIVE OAK, FLORIDAFfrFneFakksaidAII booklet Whether ones interestis H
I DICKIE$ 0 THOMASMADISON sports or medicine i moiic or Are you peddling insurance, s .r
mechanics left-handedness is no tranquilizers, shoes, or auto-
deterrent to I CCUJ. There are
FLORIDA millions of ..acttll'.a"kItiu". mobiles? Keep the public In-

Shop located opposite Harris Super- formed of your valuable services Saving & Loan Association ....

I market. FINGER CUT OFF.. .... { with an inexpensive 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GAlThe '

Leave message at Harris Super ;'.1/' weekly ad in The E-B saying Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small

Y- SewigMcCALLSIMPIJCnY NeD. aiarket or call James Radio & T-V Elmore. .'Williams had the misfortune ., nice things about local folk Enough To Know You I.,..
HU 3-6795 '
Shop Tuesday afternoon to get (
since 1865.
PATTERNS the middle finger of his rich band r
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cut off He was operating one of his ., .
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combines and, suffering from high :
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blood was about to fall : J H
Rent addingmachine or pressure -
an towards the cambf.DebeD be threw .- 1>. Save on 3-pc stet! "i..utyAT .. d.tftil
at E-R office. Only
typewriter
out his band. At this writing; he u I
f LOO a day, $4.00 per week was In the local hospital where be t ,

15.00 per month.Tor was petting; along satisfactorily.John J JI T GLIDER GROUPDOWLING'S

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1- j ,..... 44C.,. Henry Williams underwent I

# :r- The 'Beat Quality an operation at the local hospital.
last Thursday. ,
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\ ReUpWsterkgat 559" 95. .
I Prof J A Wheeler of Miami a "\ .
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{ the most reasonable pricesANYWIIERE Madison county teacher.;' of 'many '' -. .' ..:,
yean ago, was a viltor here dur
ing the week end. ', ,
CALL AT DOWN


UK SPINNING WHEEL

For Quality Furaihre
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CASTLE PARK SHOPPING ..

CENTER ..),, ,
Phone CH 4-2767 Valdosta, Ga. I" Frigidaire AppHaices

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V. ZENInt T-V. 1.fir
SIMMONS & RESTONIC BEDDING

WIN with DIXIE .I. FLOOR COVERING 1. ,....

f- Call or Write Wells Furniture Co. 1 Y.a
I' Get A Bigger midas

: From Every Fieldi MRS. C. M. PLANT MADISON FLORIDA ':< .' ,:


415 S. lorry St, Madison

Phone HU 3-CG50 ',tll. 'ail., gf Wolltr

Hours: 9 to 11, 12 to 3:30 v GOOp THWGSHAPPEN '
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Representing WHeN <. .
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SOUTHLAND FURNITURE YOU GIVe '! .

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urrff nrjTpniJ II I WHOLESALE RE-UPHOLSTERING .
=** Box 1001 311 S. Forrest St j
WxMftEiHfocSOIHHERN
Phone CH 2-4970
contour tryTtd for comfort. e .
VALDOSTA GEORGIAALL
bond rb jd for w. rth.r proftrtlofi '.

I. WOREUneond1t1onaUy Guaranteed 1T y GlIDER) CHAIR ROCKER t,

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EASY TERMS 4"" ',.. "
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customers forget you! Keep 'em more protection than ordinary enamel;, f
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1 4 reminded with iow-cost ads on means learn and year of added"'service*

'Tt.tw9a aNaarrvy WMAF and In THE E-R. Easy-action glider and chair In,,choice,: of

sow w s.sA .. colors. T .. *
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: FIitJWAL type small engines teydfedMcWilliams ..... IpIp I. '. '!f
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CardefTbaaks the past two years. She was a member Coker, Route 3, Madison, Fla; and Qu1 nan Free Press .,, Saturday from a week's visit in
Mrs Susan Virginia Bishop, age of' the Welcome Hill Church a number of grandchildren* great Lakeland with Mr and Mrs Doug-
88, died Thursday In the local hospital of Christ grandchildren and gtea!-great.-rand. ;Altar flowers at the First Methodist las Martin. lx
thank our many
We want to acts of after a short illness. Mrs Bishop was survived by two-, children. Church Sunday were in mem- -
friends for their many of She was born in Brooks County sons, John Bishop, .Valdosta and Funeral services were held FrI- ory of Mrs Inez Owens from Mrs Miss Julia Elliott of Tarpon
kindness, prayers,beautiful words flowers sympathy and had lived in South Georgiaand Joel Bishop, Quitman; three daughters at 4:30 p m in the Welcome Hill Leila M Gibson, Mrs A P Edgerly. Springs and FSU was the weekend:
during and the for Illness the and death of our North Florida all-of, her life. Mrs S L Norris and Mrs H W, Church of Christ and burial was In and Mrs Waring Wycde. guest of Miss Audrey Newman.

and father, Willie Cason.
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husband May God richly blest each of; ", .." ". ,N'. ... ...' .

you Ak Cett4itioft S-< ->P ttuf"/.**.to.**-<*......,..r ctmfeft Oil t IM nW" helM CSnf. MlstM Shw''M file' Sued yn. M,cTVrat/and Ca.."''p 1M",n h M" ...11I..AlOoTY. ;.. '.
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Bennie Rose Stewart, '
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Williams, Len Hembree, Marie Jane ChoiceCar ,
Cantey Linda Smith, Sircy Rowe, 1 1i :

Mary Kay Burnette,' Francis Williams .. '
Nell Korfleet, Beverly Brin- for the things you want +: s
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Davis, Ernie Page Bobby Townsend ; : .
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McDaniel Mary Ann S'ruggs, Can- ......<;, v.... .. '
dy Kinsey, Fran Harrison, Peggy .. ... .' ,. .!': .: .
Wells, Laverne Ragans, Sarah
Jeanne Copeland, Doris Williamson, '
Jan Hidden, Mary Helen Karstedt
Florence Coody And Geri Almand. \

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Miss RuthSims bride elect of 4 t.
June. Hostesses- with Mrs Harrison ,..
were :Mrs H D Oxford and Mrs t
Francis Phillips i : ,
Rooms open to guests were decorated ,
with hydrangeas, lilies, Queen
Anne's Lace and gladioli Ices
sandwiches and mints were served.
Mrs J L Sims ,and Mrs James E ,. I \
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Rout It Lee Fla, ompletcd eight / With wagons like this one In the lineup It's no wondef Chevrolet (Is the most popular car In the whole U.S. All five Chevy wagons, "t. ,
advanced Individual tralning -
weeks May of 19 with the 2d Armored 6-,and 9-passenger models, are widest where wagons should be wide-with comfortable seating space" hat becomes up to 92 .-:: ';i:;.. ."

Division at Fort Hood Tex. cu. ft of cargo area by a simple! adjustment AH five feature all the things that are making Chevrolet first choice, too: FULL COIL v,;; .

Whigham entered the Army last .*ERH&N cushioning all four wheels. an wefts Tuase-nirc; vt that gets up to lcm more miles to the gallon on regular :;..',,: 1:;., .
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bat training at Fort Beimlng, Ga. gas, or that wefl-known saver, the wnmrr t the sh'ift-free smoothness of TURio UDt* a wider front seat and more .

The {23-year-old soldier attended Jt: entrance height in Chevy's RfteMiet Mtnr rr ns*ee than you'll find In any other car of the leading/ low-priced 3.Now's the best .

Lee High SchoolMjr ;::. }''time to stop by and let your dealer list all the reasons why vow curt wnr arras CAR ron USS UNLESS rrt A LOT LESS CARl

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I THE TRUTH ABOUT_NATURAL GASGAS- I




New Agriculture Commissioned

4-H Grls AtteifcguMft .


For his or her graduation, it's LttttS6 I
VERSUS LP GAS


Ten girls from Madison County

will participate in the 45th annual
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Girls' 4-H Club Short Course at
Florida Stale University, June 6* You have been told that natural gas take a look at the Gty of Tallahassee.

11. would! save up to 40 fo on your fuel Tallahassee operates its own

Mrs Almon Zipperer, Home bill; but here is the truth about the natural system. In a city DOYLE CONNER "'
... Demonstration Agent with Florida gas
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II' .1 i Agricultural Service, says the Madison rates already filed with the Florida that has a potential TWENTY TIMES BREEDEN'S ,
STORE SUFFERS
NFJC; HMMTS Students I II Sybil County Welch,delegation Wilma Jean will include Davis Railroad oc Public Utilities Commission.In that of Madison, and WHICH HAS INCREASED DAMAGE IN FIRE !

I I IJ Letoy Ragans, Sandra Sale, Carol some cities in Florida, such as Or- THE RATES FOUR TIMES The fire department r was sum..

: I Henderson Nancy Almand Margaret lando Miami and Jacksonville the IN THE LAST FOUR YEARS, it may moned last Thursday afternoon at
J i 1 Dixon, Linda Walker, Lois C:30 to Breeden's store In the Setzer
The students and faculty of North' Morgan and Brenda: Blair, as wellas Houston Gas Company (the owners of be interesting for you to know how this Shopping Center.
Florida Junnor College met in the Mrs Howard Coody of Pinetta The fire ought in some nylon
Madison Methodist Church Tuesday,'I and Mrs F E Almand of Lee, who the pipeline) will distribute the gas. city is faring. clothing in the back of the store,

May 24, to honor twenty-four students are outstanding leaders. This is the same company which will The following from the TALLAHASSEE and was kept from reaching the
for outstanding i achievement': More than 600 girls from all over main front part by a partition which
In academic work athletics, and Florida are registered for the annual sell gas to the City of Madison. DEMOCRAT of March 23 was locked. There was not much

extracurricular actJvlU .. Toni Jean' event Miss Anna Mae Slices In the above cities, the rates for 1960, report of Gty Commission meet- smoke fire damage damage, but and there considerable was some

Wells and Ben Malnor, both from state demonstration agent said. The "IS NOT
ing: natural gas business damage from water. .
Madison, were the recipients of the' flu Sikes says delegates Short natural gas are as high-and in some

: certificates of award for outstanding' Course will enjoy a week of in-: l higher-than Pyrofax Gas rates. PAYING ITS WAY AND CANT GET TO GRADUATEMiss
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students; Ben Mainor was also tru'tion, entertainment, recreationand ON A SOUND-PROFIT BASIS UNLESS
chosen as the outstanding student tours. ** I Examples: Judy Davis daughter of
THE NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS IS INCREASED. -
i of the graduating Sophomore Class.I Classes in music; health, nutrition Mr and Mrs W B Davis Jr, will .
A total of thirty-four certificate'l horticulture, art, newswriting, fashIon -, 7,500,000 BTU of PYROFAX GAS .'* The present 3900 customers graduate from Mercer University

of award were presented money management child care, IN MADISON; COSTS .... $18.65 should be boosted to 5,000 on June 6th with a degree In Ele
Honor Day Assembly. career exploration, safety, citizenship NATURAL GAS mentary Education. Mr and Mrs
Ben Malnor, NFJC Student Body pub!?* speaking, and human 7,500,000 BTU of the Tallahassee City Manager\ stated. Davis will go to Macon to attend

A} President presiden at the assembly relations will be conducted each IN JACKSONVILLE COSTS $20.30 theirr daughter's graduation.Miss .
and introduced Dr Marshall Hamilton morning. HOW MAY\ I ASK, DOES THE CITY
7,500,000 BTU of NATURAL GAS Davis has received her appointment -
President of NFJC, who presented I Daily assemblies will be devoted OF MADISON\ which has barely t 1,000 as a member of the

I most of the awards. The I to talks keyed to the Short Course IN ORLANDO COSTS .... 18.95 EVER faualty of Gladys Morse Elementary
water meters EXPECT TO SELL
athletic awards were presented by I theme-Learn, Live, Serve Through 7,500,000 BTU of NATURAL GAS School at Perry, where she
Coach Louis Thompson. Mr James 4-H. Speakers will include Dr M 0 NATURAL GAS CHEAPLY AT THE
i. will teach duringthe school- termof
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Moncrief. Drama Coach and Instructor Watkins, director Of the Florida IN MIAMI\ \ [ COSTS ....... I8.96 SAME '' 196061.
TIME PAY OFF THE HEAVY
In Social Sciences, and : Agricultural Extension Service, and
Mrs Van H Priest, whose husbandIs Miss Emmie Nelson, of the National To this date, no proposal of naturalgas INDEBTEDNESS INCURRED BY THE John Wing of the School of

chairman of the college' Advisory .Boys' and Girls' Club Committee. rates for Madison have been filed INSTALLATION OF ITS NATURAL Chemical Enginerring, University' .
Committee, presented awards to Special events will include a tour
of Florida, will be with the Her
students for achievement in 'dra of Tallahassee's historic homes, a with the Public Utilities Commission, GAS SYSTEM? cites Powder Qpt Brunswick, ..Ga

{; matics. fashion show, a talent program, a but would you think that the City of. +i" DO NOT BE MISLED for three months this summer
The awards, in the order installation of officers :
fun
presented night, while vacation from, studies.
Madison could from the Houston on
follows buy gas YOU DO NOT HAVE TO
were as : and the traditional 4-H candlelighting USE Wing, a university scholarship student
\ AtheletKs: Curtis Koon of :Mayo service. Gas then in sell that *
Company, turd NATURAL GAS JUST BECAUSE THE completing his junior. year,
(Basketball); Remer Hutchinson of Campus housing will be providedIn
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taken Into Iota
CHEAPER THAN HOUSTON GAS UNESCOMOY was recently
I Madison (Basketball and Track); student. dormitories, and meals gas YOUR HOUSE. py- Sigma, Enginerring Honorary fraternity

,I Charles Musgrove of Whigham, will be wed. in the University COMPANY ITSELF CAN SELL IT ROFAX GAS WILL BE AVAILABLETO for his rating in the top

Georgia (Basketball-; Dennis MillerOf Cafeteria. I AM SURE THAT YOU REALIZE YOU AT one filth of his Mass He Is alsoa
Greenville (Track) Russell CaMPEIinVE RATES.
; All Short Course delegates must member of Sigma Tau National
Smith of Madison (Basketball and have achieved certain objects in THAT THIS COULD NOT IE.
Englnerring, and Kappa Alpha
Track); Arthur Singletary of Perry the local 4-H clubs to qualify fora W. C. COPELAND) JR. Social fraternities. He Is the grand.
If however ,
(Track); Calvin Bodenstein of trip to Short Course. you would like to com son of Mr and Mrs A W Varm. .

Madison (Basketball): and Richard pare a MUNICIPALLY OPERATED Distributor of Pyrofax --
Taylor of Jacksonville (Track). Mr
Thompson also presented a certifi- Gewrpa Red Sweet natural gas distribution system, let us YOUR GAS MAN Gifts that are right for tha

cate of award to Helen Martin and

John Weed, both from Perry, for Petal, Draws. Check graduate at EAGLE'S ..
their support of the; athletic pro HEALTH AND HOSPITAL were made of these items. $368 shortage to its report but
gram during the year. BOARD AUDIT CERTAIN EXCEPTIONS 1& minutes of the board did not
WIthE.M. MAY .
Dramatics: Deanna Mlxon of Perry at Most phases of the financial affairs Indicate any action regarding the
were fairly wen managed. I shortage. Hall and Fisher reported
Yvonne Parker of Perry, and Ear-
VICkers Impiemeat Co. There were certain exceptions, the control over the accounts receivable ,
lene Schlotthauer of Wellborn: Mrs
Finances of the Madison County
audit said. Stricter measures should I had been neglected and the recommendations -
Van H Priest presented the best Health and Hospital Board from be made to enforce the collection they gave for maintaining
player award to Earlene Schott- FIRST BAPTIST' WMU CIRCLESMet July, 157 through Oct 31, 1959 tit delinquent accounts receivable; necessary and adequate control
hauer and the best supporting Monday Mrs A J Hargrove were "fairly well managed' In general expenses totaling $329 for flowers, sere not followed the audit said.
player award to Deanna Mixon. entertained Circle No. 1ith 7members with some exceptions.- state employes suppers and gifts were "Daring the period under review, ble through Oct 31, 1959, and after
Academics: for outstanding a- present. Mrs R B Bryan audit prepared by C F Burnett not legally payable from public the general ledger control account this write-off, it was revealed the
chierement In Mathematics, Malcolm gave the program on Living and said. funds. The money was paid from an .and the subsidiary ledger were not control account was $11,222 less
Page of Perry; for outstanding Giving brings long and happy life. The audit said collection of delinquent account In which $75 a month was reconciled of record. The minutesof than the total of the Individual
achievement in Spanish, Bern! Malnor Cookies and cold drinks were served Accounts was not enforce deposited for rent of office space the board did not indicate a sects. In subsidiary ledger as 1CheI -.
of Madison; and for outstanding Mrs Harvey Greene was hostess ed; budgets were not prepared as,! In the old hospital building. The periodic review of delinquent accounts -I doled by the bookkeeper. A monthly
to Circle No. 2 with 8 present Mrs required by law; records of movable -' Board was tinder the impression for stricter measures of collections reconciliation between the control
achievement in the Social Sciences,
Laura Warnock and Mrs Hoyt property were not kept; and this particular JUDd was net subjectto and for writing oft un I account and the subsidiary ledger is
James Busby of Madison. Haynes gave the devotional and the physical inventories of drags; dress. I the usual legal restrictions for collectible accounts. While the recommended as well as a. periodic
Statewide services: Helen Martin program. Hostess served cake and togs and household supplies were! disbursing public' funds. The chairman cUt was in progress: the board au-I I review of delinquent accounts of
of Perry for services rendered ice-cream. not made'at least once a year although I was advised this practice would requested to send out bills for the the board.
as State Treasurer of the Florida Circle No. 3 met with Mrs J A inrentory control accounts] be discontinued, the audit said. double purpose of confirming' the I I A law requires the board to prepare .
Junior College Student ,Government I Davis, with eleven members present. were kept I Purchases were sometimes made accounts receivable and of making a budget for each fiscal:
Association; John Weed of Perry Mrs T M Raines cave- the devotional The eashbook and other journalsand from firms In which members of collections: but it declined to do so. year's operations and submit it to
for services rendered u State and program: Cookies and the general ledger were ade I the board bad financial Interests NOTICES MAILED the CO\D1tyeommbsfon for approval
President of the Florida Junior .drinks were served.. quite and well kept but these did and totaled about 1300. The audit t "Instead confirmation notice prior to the adoption of the county ,
College Press Association and BWS met with Mrs Roy Milliron, not reflect the transactions In the I said it. appeared the board was were mailed The result was few budget, but no budgets were prepared
; with Mrs J M James u co-hostess. accounts kept by the treasurer at :not aware of the law prohibiting a replies were received although during: the audit period but
Ton Jean Wells of Madison for Mr Barber P\"e. the program. his place of business. Unauthorised I county board from purchase from its'I'II 'several hundred notices were mailed. one Is scheduled to be prepared for
servi es rendered as State Secretary Light refreshments and cold drinks of should be \
expenditures $329 members. Low bids were not always No attempt of record was made to the 1960-61 fiscal year, the audit
of the Florida Junior College were served. .... restored to the hospital funds, the accepted and the minute book did I collect delinquent accounts In the, said.With
Press Association I audit saleLACCOUNTS .I not state the reasons for accepting: local small claims court or through I the exceptions listed, financial .
1 Extra-curricular activities: John AUDITED a higher bid. Bids were not found' collection agendes. Some hospitals records were adequate and
Weed of Perry for services performed KEEP COOL FOR SUMMER! Accounts kept at the hospital In the files for aU equipment purV; use these means effectively for enforcing -.I well kept except a formal cash
were audited for the period of chases and "It is complete )' i receipts end (disbursements book
necessary
member of
staff the .
as a f I collections the audit said.On
the AffiCONDfflONNOW) (} April 1955 when the hospital was! bid data be kept in a convenient was not kept by the treasurer for
college newspaper, Timuquana opened to Jane 30. 1957. by hail and accessible file" the Jan 11, the board reviewed funds he bandied. The minutes appeared
Trallblarer; Samuel McCall of Perry and Rattier Certified Public Accountants report said. and agreed to write off accounts to reflect the official board ,
for his work In preparing"NFJC and in their report they I$20 CONTRIBUTION totaling $17.713 as being uncollecti- actions the audit said.
first official yearbook the North advised they were precluded from $20 contribution was reported in I

Florida Junior College Sentinel; erpretsing an opinion on the financial the minutes for draperies bat. was N.w'ii..-sr.i{
William Terrell of Perry for leader statements because the Information Dot found to be deposited in hospital

ship In the Baptist Student Union; SEE WESTERN AUTO and dates were' obtained accounts. Records of movable property ...ttr -
John Weed of Perry and Harold ; from the hospital without Independent were not kept; the hospital:
Davis of Monticello 'for leadershipin vertificatioa from outside was Insured for $&5, SO or oneI JlHlttw rs'eI cy I \
FOR YOUR FANS AND sources, the state audit said. The!
I fourth its stated ralue; a purchase.
Newman Cluti (the Roman '
Catholic the student religious organization AIR CONDITIONERS I Han cd other Fisher phases report of did the not bopital cover: order system was in use but Touchjers Is.ylll' Itest Itty I .
many frequently did not indicate the
); Sandra Summerall of I operation the audit said.Prenumba'rd j receipt of the goods. I ;tWhetberWre just toybg or have lived in jour l borne
Perry and Franz "Warner of Tampa of Mr Robert A Kennedy, Instructor receipt forms were The audit said cash should "be yean/ott PoBcy give you broad fire* ..
for leadership In the CanterburyClub used at the hospital In receiptingfor for Homeowner '
Cash referred from
in Music, and by male deposited daily. ;:
a quartet itwvcrjtbow
student an but al Iwiadftoro theft Habffityprotectioa.Y .
(the Episcopal cash from sources and individuals should j ,
go
religious organization); Dewfeta composed of MrKennedy, Ken- receipting system was not used by i I patients to the bank In the same form and 1 I ,kitchen appEance and just about everything ebe'yoi4bare. .
Mlxon of Perry and Kenneth Kirkland neth Kirkland of Perry.. James the treasurer for the. mccoont be i i1crpt. amount as it was receipted for." New home or old make sure;you bare the injurWe
of Perry for outstanding service -Busby of Madison, and Thomas Accounts receivable and accounts i which was not the case the audit I protection you fled u$ tot I checkup today;
as member, of the NFJC Student Folsom, Jr of Monticello. payable were not confirmed. sakL Any courtesy cashing of
Tommy Greene of Madison and No Inrentory was made of household and others
Council; and Gayle Hamilton checks for patients .
of Madison who has served as accompanist Ann Gallops of Live Oak delightedthe and office supplies during the.should be handled if at all. throughthe MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY I
Land
and buildings
I 4 audit period. fund and the
audience cash per-
for the North Florida with a series of mock petty
fund were not recorded ,
I awards, <<< under plant the check should be
whi h" .Included, srn approving
among
College Chorus. books asset
Junior on the and no 108 W. Pinckncy. Telephone HU 3-6250Y
Mush for the occasion was provided other things, an award for the accounts were on the books to reflect held responsible for Its collection. the .
fit ,
by the North Florida Junior I ugliest student and the best the Investment In furniture audit said.
0ioaP 6THE
College Chorus, under the direction :"apple pow" and equipment and no Inventories It said Hall and Fisher reported 1tIH 1Mti: !btt! f\ttltt ieuutsA4$Co117

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LAKE METHODIST ROCKY IPRING !METHODIST -

A preaching CHURCH service every Sunday CHURCHA 118 N. Orange-St. Phone HU 36355 NEW HOMES Smith-Corona adding THINKING -

WE WELCOME YOU preaching Service. every Sunday Bible Study MEETINGS: 1:30 P. It:
: Wednesday -
lit and 3rd Sundays 11:00 m. morning Service Meeting: Friday 730 'P. M WOULD YOU BUILD A NEW Machines typewritersand ABOUTMORE

2nd and 4th Sundays -7:30 p. m. tat and 3rd Sundays 10.-00 a. m. Ministry School FJ1day.8:30 P..M. HOME ON YOUR LOT OR ACRg?I ,

Sunday School each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 s> m Watchtower Bible: ,Study No Money Doan Check These! cash registers. INSURANCE? '

Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday Sunday 730 P. M 5 SILLS. NOT 3 :

Prayer Service each let and 3rd Sundays 11:00 L m. Kingdom Seekers Welcome.No I ..
No. 1 FLOORING NOT No. 2
Wednesday 8:00 p: m 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a, m Collection Taken.. The
Family Night covered Family Night Covered Dish &' per No. 1 SIDING NOT No. 2 i rvw

"dish supper. Friday Ftiday night after second Sunday ADVERTISERS Please lei 2x8 FLOOR JOISTS NOT 2x&

before lit Sunday 7:30 p. m every month prompUy at 7:00 p. m TERMITE SHIELDS Enterprise-Recorder

Woman's Society of Woman's Society of Christian Service us have your ADS by TUES- .
Christian Service DAY NOON. THANKS. THE CRESOTE ALL SILLS AND
meets on Monday night after PINE PLANTING SUMMARY
FLOOR JOISTS
meets Thursday after ,
third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. E-R. 2 1959.60 PLANTING SEASON R
1st Sunday 8:00 p. m Same Price as others that use No. ""
Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Mews club meets Material and Three Silk -

: alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake oa SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW This summary Includes only
Up To 10 Years To Pay -
1 .. .Springs Tuesday alter. Tuesday after the 4th Sunday, M A.F REMODEL AND ADDITIONS -I those seedlings purchased from
8:00 8:00 p. m. Florida Forest Service Nurseries.
4th Sunday p. m. '
( 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music
.Official Board meets 1st Wednesday .:'IThe Official Board meets each 1S5 News Get prices and specifications :horn Seedlings purchased by people 01

each even numbered month I month following the supper on 8:00 Baptist Hour The Rest Then You Will Buy Madison county 2011115.

after prayer service.,, Family Night 8:30 Gospel Music From Sparks Best Will Florida grow too much

Commission on Education meets P. K. ROWELL S. S. Supt. 9:00 Revival TIme Our Satisfied Customers Are Our wood? Hardly. Just pulp mills

... In Wednesday each odd numbered MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE Treas.C. 9:30 Gospel Concert million feet .-
service. GREATEST Asset atone used 221 cubic .. :. ';;:..'.
month, after prayer B, DAVIS, PASTOR 1Q18o News in t ',."' : "
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: JAMES SHEFFIELD. S. S. Supt. 10m Sunday Serenade Write of wood from forests ttIIf .,. \ +
THOMAS SURLES. HARRY M. 1958. The U S Forest Service pre- ,
Lee Methodist Charge 10:45 Prelude to Worship
.COCHRAN. Asst's.C. diets the demand for wood will < : "\
REV. E W McDOUGAL. Pastor 11t Morning \\"onhfp : Best Homes .
B. DAVIS Pastor. LEE METHODIST CHURCH 12:00 News Sparks double In the next forty years,, and p Jf., ., t.,,'. '\
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Preaching1st 12:15 Afternoon NelodIes12:5d that most of the supply Trill haveto ;:
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MADISON FLORIDA
GREENVILLE I and 3rd Sundays News come from small 1an -owners. >. '
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11:00 and
Sunday School .._ 10:00 A. M. .! a. m. 7:30 p. m. I not ask any man to plant ___

Morning Worship ..... 110 A. M. I Sunday School Every 1:30 Afternoon Melodic. MISS SIMS COMPLIMENTED trees or enter into any other in- : QUICK ___

'JBaptIrt Training Course- 6:45 P. M. Sunday .,..,...,....,,.. 10:00 a, a. 1:40 Serenade In Blue vestment without considering the

Evening Worship "!..... 7:30 P. 1C.fnytt. Methodist Youth Fellowship 1. Neva Mrs.Enuny Kelly Howerton entertained future. However, I would ask a man HU 3-6163 BOX: 292

Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. > i .., 800Rm 20 Hour of Decision more than one hundred not be guided by rumors started MADISON. FLORIDA
2:30 'Mus1ca1 Sunday
BOB
SEARCY. Sunday School Supt.
IANSON METHODIST 'CHURCH HICKORY GROVE CHURCH 2:55 News (guests at a coffee Saturday morning by people who cannot back up This Gulf Life agent can tell

Preaching Services every First Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays 3:00 Musical Sunday : at her home complimenting what they say with figures and you hqwr. with Adapt-A-

ana Third Sunday 11:00 A "t. 11:30 am and 7:30 pm .335 sews Miss Ruth Sims brlde-el<
and 8:00 P. M. Sunday School every Sunday 4:00 iUt Parade Oak hydrangea, Easter lilies and there will be so much wood that adaptable. For example, a

Sunday) School every 'Sunday 10:30 am .c:5S News Queen Anne' Lace were the I the price will fait These peoplein family Income plan can also

? ) 10:30 A M. 500 Music At Sundown Cowers used la the rooms and on I general are guessing, basing the provide substantial retirement
PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 5:30 J1tt4tltVc. A Weather income. Give hima
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5:33 Sip
Erery second Sunday 4:00 P. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO covered with a:imported lace cloth urd-rood driving by. Some of
REV. C "M. SAPPINGTON Pastor Preaching every Sunday .
.,. 1* Sunday School .. 100, A. "M CHANCE wrmOtrr'. N011CE. and was centered with arrange them are actually hoping to influencefarmers AWARDS
t HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH .r. : of pnband whitesnapdragonfUakcd to the oCt selling PRESENTED FORDRAMATIC"
Morning Worship! ..__ llloo: A. M. ment point, PRODUCTION
I unsay School ,MMVHM 10:00 A. M. with Istlver cmoddajbrm. Mrs their pine lands. J
Morning Worship 11:00J., M. Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. Daily) Prtgram'SCw.le of the -
mother each
Training Union 6:30 P. M. Evening Services 1:30.1'. M. James harder, Pine planting has Increased Once every year all eyes in the,
Baptist Prayer Meeting Wed*sday prospective bridegroom; and Mrs year for many recent years." We United States turn to' Hollywood

Evening, Worship _._ 7:30 P. M. Evening -.-.... /:00 P. 31 WMAF 1220 ON YOUR DIAL Freeman,, ,*he bride-elect's aunt all know that demand due to\new to see which actors and actresses
P. M.
Midweek Brotherhood Prayer last Thursday Service 7:30 W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ 6:00 A3L Sip On I poured coffee from antique silverservices uses and stepped up production, will win an Academy Award. This

of each month at ........ 750 P. M. ARTHUR CRUCE, Training. Union 6:02 6:25 World Fla. Firm& State Hr. News at either end of the table. has increased at the same rate.or, Cast Tuesday. May 24, quite un-
and the honoree, .. jeknowing to those students from
Howerton
Mrs
WMU every second and fourth even greater. *
; Director.ERNEST 630 Fla. Farm Hour
Tuesday, 7:30 pm. GURR, Minister 6:43 Rudy Hsorick, Miss Sbnv and her mother. Mrs JBy.. : Albert Lunday North Florida Junior College who
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;V. L. SINGLETARY. S. S. SupL WELCOME TO '(Moa. Wed Frf.) J L Sims received Informally in '.. ':County? Farm Forester Suwannee River Valley people area with
JIMMY LAMB, B. T. U. Director 625 World News the living room.
NEW HOME BAPTIST. CHURCH an entertaining "Evening with the
REV. LEWIS D. HUGHENr Pastor Come Worship With Ua 7:00 State Newt Assisting, hostesses were Mrs R Termites Swarming? Masquers." Mrs Van H Priest presented

WELCOME TO Sunday.School10:00. A. M. 75 'Coffee"With Ray C Dickinson. Mrs It C Merryday an award to the best player

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship _. 11:00 A. M. 7:45 World Newt Mrs Charles Ikmbree, Mrs T C CALL and best supporting player.

Sunday School _..... 10:00 A. M.1 Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 7:50 State News' Merchant Jr. :Mrs Graham Wheeler, BurkeExterminating Miss Earlene Schlotthauer of Wellborn -

Morning Worship' .,_.,.. 11:00 A. )t..Evening Worship __ 7:30 P. M. 725 Weather News .Mrs Maxwell Hadden, Mrs F E won a certificate of award

Training Union __........ 6:30 P. *t Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M 8:00 Ottee with Ray: Kaoghton. Mrs Gordon Ashley Jr, for her brilliant performance asMaurya

Evening Worship ,,,.,.. 7:30 P. M.. Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:80 P. M.Jack 900 Morning Devotionf C E Russell Mrs W D Clark, Co. (an old woman) in the
Mrs
Prayer Meeting! .JL....P. M Pickles .,n ww. -_ S. S. Supt 9:15 ICusieal Interlude one-act play "Riders to the Sea" by
Church Business Meeting First Slur AndreB.. T. U. Director 9:30 Mud Unlimited Mrs J 0 Cooke Jr, Mrs John John Synge. Miss Deanna Nixon of
REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor 0:00 News Maultsby, Mrs S A Smith. Mrs P Phone 293-J Perry. Florida Perry was awarded a certificate for
of month.
night each
Wednesday
10:05 Music Unlimited S Cantey and Mrs Carl Karstedt COUNTER TOPS the best supporting player. Miss
Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST
Thursday night of each month. CHURCH 10:30 Music Unlimited : The honoree received china In G-E APPLIANCES MIxon played the role of Cathleen,
1:00 Musk Unlimited I .
preaching Service Every Sunday Preaching Services Sunday her pattern, and a corsage of pink Maurya s daughter, in the play.
i every 11:15 Public Service:
Come Worship With,Us. !carnations from the hostess. "Riders to the Sea" was directed
Morning Service 11:00 A. M 11 30 Record Session KITCHEN CABINETS
Mr James Moncrlef
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1 EV. DOZIER SAPP, pastor Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 12:00 World News
OUR BUSINESS b helping YOUR Drama Coach at NFJC.
LEE BAPTIST, CHURCH Sunday School every Sunday at 1215 PH. Noontime Notes BUSINESS THE E4LNEW ; I II
O.OO A. :M. 12:30 Talk Of The Tra OUR BUSINESS is helping YOURBUSINESS. .
REV. T. CARTER
J. Pastor
BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. }(.
Services 12:40 Uncle Ned12C.5 : THE E-R.
every SundaySundty Prayer Meeting every Wednesdayat8:00P.M. State News
School -w.w.r 10:00 A. M. : : > : : I
Morning Worship ?__ 11:00 A. M. 1220 Farm News ELECTRIC 10-KEY
Training 'Union ___-. 7:00 P. M. Brotherhood first Thursday everymonth 1225 Weather News ADDING MACHINES '
at 7:30 P. M. 1:00 HU Parade
Hfflbffiy BIG14"i
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. -
Prayer Meeting! Wed. 730P.M.IIOSELEY Everybody Welcome. 125 News VICTOR ....... .. .. $171.00
REV. J. R. COLLINS, Pastor 2:00 Gospel Time
BURROUGHS ........ 209.50
HALL Service
< BAPTIST 2-JQ Public

.*: CHURCH MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 2:45 Afternoon Melodies I CLARY ....... ....... 225.00 ANNIVERSARYSALE
ftEV. JACK LAMB __ Pastor 701 Sooth Range 225 World & State Newt
B. R. Sapp Chairman Board of Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. K.Lord' 3:00 Afternoon Melodies. ODHNER ......... ... 259.50

:Deacons. Supper andEdification 3:45 Public Service I TOT ALIA ............ 259.00
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Leroy Cruse ..w..-Associate Director Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. 11 436 Request Parade I plus fed. and state tax. -

Leroy Cruse S. S. SUPt.' Wednesday Evening I 425 World & State Newt THEENTERPRISERECORDER

Miss Merle Bass.r..wr..w.,,..._ Song Leader Services -...... 7:30 P. 1C 1 5:00 Request Parade. "
ON JULY 2 1960.
Mrs Juanita Cruse Pianist NEW HOPEFUL f:4S Sports Highlight :
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Sunday School 10:00 A. M. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 6.-00 World News HU

Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Services et1rat and third 60S TwOltht Time .

Training Union 7:00 P. M. Sundays at 11 a. m.. and 8:00 p. m. 625 News Free 0 Free 0 Free:.-

Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. Sunday School every Sunday 10.OO 730 Sign Off ....................... ,.. _.... :1'-i .
Prayer "Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. PROGRAMS SUiUKCT TO

Just as I am. without one plea. La.Training Union every Sunday 7:001REV. CHANGE WITHOUT N'JilCEWAKE We are darters e2BICYCW

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Condition. Whtl er;, cotton.\ Home W. T. RYCEOFT, Pastor UP fir Major AppEafices. If" :
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MADISON CHURCH Of;,'GOD Services Every Sunday WItMoat N antacW
Schoof ._. .:. 100 A/M. K..wt t..eta set 1M,81& r..s.s.s.r
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CARL V. WET Pastor .
REV sad star aatttat Wd cft I One prize only per family. See us for further InformatJon, Must
Morning Worship .:.:.. 416 A., *L Sunday School _, 10:00 A. M an.c... ....aad..,..tasc* .
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Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 .P. N. Choir; Practice .. ..... 6:00 P. M.Trmlnlng .1 stet w nMtwtiw w..,..cat.
REV. B. a'feRICKLEY, Pastor, VaScn 6.30 P. M. AaoRfw ash.-r..ai 4Mt.Aa.a,._Jrf_-.1krttMba --a.I-*.*....'.*..*..1S .
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'ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN. E C WITJJS. S S Supt CDau's nib vodr1ID0AWs Phone: CHERRY 2-52S5, 7I
HAROLD YATES Pastor Telephone uIpn" .fatlil '
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+.. #BACCALAUREATE SLR: VICE ad pointed out that Dr Stneeeer want 17-pc china coffee se: J. I

,' JNorth Florida Junior Cortege's j*I has had dose roes wtth Me itofl-*![with electric percolateror only $1 MANYMANYTHANKS : i't: : ::

M1 ';,3Qrst graduating class assembled f his second pastorate was at the!I (with small cash purchase). ,

.. d. .. Jast Sunday, Way 29, in the %dady !- 1 First Baptist Ctanth V in BTniMtrn. 'I TO ATTEND INSTITUTE .;:": ._ :'

(.,y':' jam First Baptist Church to hear] The academic praefis on formedat !,.Jt18 .. ,- ,'i.fl. .
: :r W G Stracencr, Editor of the the Mercer Building acr the Mr Henry A Stalling, Jr, Head J( \': .

r. '.;.'.. : Florida Baptist Witness, deMverjJhe !#First Baptist Church* 1JId .s... led of tit Dhrtstea of Sciences: at .: ..0'. ,. ,.
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baccalaureate sermon. by Drs Hamilton a. Staeeaer, = "
.. North Florida Junior College, wasrecently .. w I .. is
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.., ,: : ::.: lr3. people beard Dr Straccaer tell I June 4, at 10 a.the first chosen .s one o( forty college and <" '..,' ."t,4."

4, #be graduates to "rise tip and withIn J graduating class from NFJC will secondary. chemistry teachers to aU ; VA f,
,.p!< .V with God, faith in your fellows,t again assemble In the First ,Baptist tend a Summer Institute at the 'I '.,i .

faith in 'yourselvet, press on to the I Church in )Madison for the I Princeton University from June 27 ; ;' l, .,

,' .dJaDeDg1n& l service and the subs)graduation pcerdsss President 'to August 5, I960.Mr .. -" :' :,":..
V "ilk greatness, the plan" that a!Kenneth Skaggs. ChJpola Junior : Stalling was the only teacher "- ,

31vIa&i loving 'providence has for]College, will dellmerthe address. from Florida selected to attend the "."'., ,
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open Institute, and he was ODe of three nV .
I The service was opened with the!;everyone. teachers in the South chosen. Other ;- ,.-j,
Invocation by Ben J.1a iron, Preitfient -<) '...'
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t Junior daughter Cindy of Btrmfnghain be Trinity College in Canada several : : :: V

.. JCborus, under the direction of I Ala, visited Mrs Toter's mother, pother colleges in the United .
"i ; lobcrt Kennedy 'sane two nmnbers: Mrs Lurid: Varner the past weekend :states and in American High ,11,4'/,K *4' .' .. .t

,.,s. j JDr Marshall Hamilton President school In Japan. "_ i "'"fjo. a..ti' '. ,
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,. On Each Race'.f Friday, June 3, at the cafetorium. .- "

Seventy.two boys and girls will 65 Feet Lone 'i'

; V WIN-PLACE-SHOW receive promotion to Junior High. 9 18 Feet Wid4-
... Dr Marshall Hamilton will address ';
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the class Principal S A Kinsey .' "

tf .: Exclusive 4 Mrs Allene Tadlock and Mrs CHARTERS MONDAY :\.a ..,
r..<." '.:r Frieda!! C Barber will present '" !" to '

: \ ..' ; TURF CLUB awards. Supt Griffin Bishop, will THROUGH FRIDAY : rx, '<: ,1

: present diplomas and Principal Leaves Dock 7:30 A. M. ; r : .: ,.

9 .. it. JBurch I Cornelius will- live the Returns 5 to 6 P. M. :' r! 'i,;

Finest Food 4 {I challenge to the class. The Rev Trips Open To IndividualsSaturdaysSundayHolidays ;: :
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;; "ifl. ; 1 I dHaedktJon.: Waller Whitkxk will !

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