The Madison enterprise-recorder
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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 10, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33284795
lccn - sn 95047180
System ID: UF00028405:00229
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VOL. LIX No. 41 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY JUNE "a- 1960 Madbon; Florida Pnct: JQ,. .Yearly Subscription t 3.75 ; Delayed Renewals $4.00




.+ i Elementary Graduation
i.,hr City Commission :
at .a special I' 1 ,;'
meeting held May 31st recelvedfhidj j rr;. I, '_- i a
on $275,000 Issue of natural tas. : ;''I'.r'I' Graduation exercises of the Il'-!

revenue certificates. 'I' .",i .. I,mentary School! were held Ju;.f 3
pen and Hough, Inc and Associates in the cafetorlum. Sevent -rbnys \

,; St. Petersburg, were thelow and girls receded promotion si, ate. ew
bidders at an average interest i 4 if''e.
to the geventh grade: UI
tat of 4.4 per cent. '
I): Marshall Hamilton mi le tin
Jifiyor V M Folsom stated.thattie l y,;
etty was well pleased with this H : : addr'is to the class ..ad P:' <;cp-l;

4'fde'as it was below "what was ",Tfrt "ornchu' ; f'ar 1 j'" t "';1.lei. t I

anticipated and was one of the { Ptr The tonic of .. Haxn.ium's ;>cklry v. ,

I. tlfwajrt, interest. rates bid in 11estate wn: th. 4 cri,, (>ngp uf f"I 5 i itJ'>nS"pt gs

'on natural. gas revenue cer. {r l'Y e : : Gnffm i;shop prct d tiHpleafta j-

tificates.. ,.< -_
onlt af on tie} ? b ob
': Sppc' aw,.-ds for ach..emc.'.'
system $should be underwa within .
the next few *I s. 't: ", pl.o;;' ;. d fr)
.IQO oo m'p of Sixth Gra \
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) : ENTERTAINMrs CLASS A W.tj tj to lUmm )(k and

I -.. ... Ti .PauUc? d Jyr auze...ship tu
C C Lovett hd"JIrs.1'\ .Joe .r1TJ > Coi&i fM ama & Florence Coody;
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'utl.4wd abtne Madison
Reams entertained theyoung I \ \,1. i .1 1 aidj|tit| Fdeda C. Brbr of Sixth I Notice Prom is High
RoVdeH'an ni,1 1",1; basketball
School t. Dr Jackson will begin Grade 2 presented awards in thall standing
peoples' Sunday class
*Unlofi *witha the general 'practiceroi"\ \ jnedJcine Id _r_ IP* ltotvaPhIUlpe Mary] ti"\:1: : t of I960 A special feature
people's Mac Barber
young Training Madison June: 20 -witH iDr W J\\ Helen Karstc> {lL Jules IXiRant and Shop artical on the team was published .
lawn party at the home of Mrs r several weeks
ggljis II IIRap" ago. picture
a ,
Terry Principal Kiascy
Lovett Sunday afternoon Mjiy 22, : *
was hare beat
Dr Jackson
was born A supposed
ia Alta'pulfcus seated certificates of appreciation' racs Barbei' Shop wffl be dosed
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complimenting following members I <5a, Aug 14thlo5, R )he fourth '," thet time. ,
of the graduating class of 4 t4 the School Boy Patrol The group 13 14, 15 and 16 while he ..
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11.to si1Q several seieetions tecludingjAmerica I is on vacation. The shop will be t
Greenville High\ &(hoof; I Joel Wood Mr,. J V'** LJ%. bf AttapulgusHe I
wi i i .q open again on Friday June 17. for:
Fulford This Gra&d New World) .
and Misses Carolyn!: Nancy JJ1l.Juated. from Attapulgusiirigh business. : )
to, andA\oa iiater. 1'a1kT1 tJock .41-ltrch c Y: if
", Harper, StuanheStrupP, Georg{ Schcwl in 1945. and then at Ella :Mugge, fnd i;'Jcrrf'Bowe, 'Th Berrj* CoHeft Rome, GaJuntil' playeil* site ..gibes.Delving j -" ,' j "it
JRev and Mrij T.)Ia ill ox,J' .. 1H7. I!
Mrs T P McLeod Jr %nd Mr and College J in 1947an4vre*. : .47MSbert Frances Andrew: Lewis Sims' BoaVh en the eastside y !

Mrs E G Mugge were Jnvitcd: to Te--9-cbCf' S*,' d tree L.tr4 put. tie, Cstoo Baker < I ..... .. .f ta' twiJ /$ of Owry Jftfttfcpiif be '..i.i

ien* y this affair Wth Ihe honor'bs. ; rtlfrW Se na'ilkFciShalhoochee : .. : t tI rbit\. Orrtrm Bishop Jr. Ii&ad and one halt.. miles, n1 1Bf Mad. .Saturday. June, II. Bd&tLOO. Laun "
$ Other 5 e.pte b-jOt
'High School 1949 1950. r ear;*,
I to .elton Colvin. ,,ton on te Valdostahighway 'a.' ;
Mrs Maddox was in charge of the t Brock Charles Harry x fAIrT. shady ,parking* area. 41..1I
He was In the U S Army 1950- ChroM" prek-up truck
entertainment; and directed 3 interestlrg 53 t Joseph Wheeler Colvin, Joseph driven by I ---
with the 12nd I
Infantry Arthur %%%cods of Route 3 and
: ifenbree a
it. Colin
+VYteeler Kelly
contests. Division in Korea with rank of tat I Methodist CltcJes will meet Monday
Refreshments were chicken salad 1 Lieutenant. lie was awarded the t Howerton. Michael Dennis Humph Ford pickup beJongi% to Southeastern Jane 13: Nensse Bevaa Ctr-.

sandwiches, angel food dainties, Bronze Star and earned four campaign rev, IawsonKempcr Janus' Sid elepheee Co and driven bytLihion !cte with Mrs C A Bla Jock;' and .

yellow and'white mints and frosted : stars ney Cook Johnson, Harvey Timothy ,, Matheny of Madison were ,Miss Beatrice; Griffin, Hadden.Mor
punch. lie then attended the Universityof Paulk Jr Roanie"'Edwanl'" Ragans, Involved in ,.n. accident, resulting .
orange row Circle with Miss Ague, Barnett -
Georgia 1953-54, and the Medical ; in approximately $700 to the :Ford
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Arrangements of ;Easter lilies Charles Caldwell Thomas, James --; and Helen Parramor' Chxte'
College of Georgia 1954 through ( .'Cn-Army N '!and S100 to the Chevrolet
adorned the tables. .., .Mitchell: Tibbals Mickey. Taylor pxt Wayne with Mrs James: Conway all at
1958, where he was a member of,Tuten Henry Wadkins.. WU- McKee, 18, son of Mrs Iv* Bennett Patrolman Kilpatrick said bothfrucks
I 4:00 p m and J&nief Paul Circle
Phi Chi medical fraternity and received Route 2. )Madison Fin, recently were headed north when
Uam Kenneth Walker William Carl
his M. D. -degree. a with Mrs A F Harrison at 10 a m.
AT HOME Whigham, Ronald Williamson.Catherine completed eight weeks of Matheny nit attempting to pass Mina
Dr Jackson interned at Memorial The Phillips Circle will
military police training at The the Woods truck which was making
Horpital of Chatham county. Sa Florence Coody. Mary meet with Mrs J B Davis Jr at
Hunter Kelley, age 59, passed vannah, Ga 1958-59 and was resident Carolyn Drfggers, Gloria Dianne Prpvpst Marshal GenefaTs School, left turn, crashed into tho rear 3:30 p m Tuesday June 14:

away early Tuesday morning at his at Halifax District Hospital,Gay, Sandra Jane Grimsley, Bonnie I Fort Gordon, Ga the Chevrolet. Matheny was .

home. He ,was a lifelong residentof Daytona Beach Fla 195960. lie Marsha Hamilton, Norma Julia 1= with speeding too great

Madison County and a member is and licensed Florida.to practice in Georgia, ,j Hammock. Rebeeea' Ann IItI iWI. !' ECHOES OF INTERNATIONAL < eojdfttasw., w> one was hurt. THE WEATHERWeek

of the Hopewelf Baptist Church I Martha Evelyn llutto Melissa Arm CONVENTION AT ROTARY
Dr Jackson is a member of the
Survivors are his wife, Mrs Lou Methodist church. His wife is!Lee Decide MedHn Mae Merchant. Odd-ls's4+ wedding guests attN J_ 7th

Kelley of Madison; one daughter. Helene Collie Jackson, formerly of'Mary Lucretia ParrUn Voanie LeeThomas Members of Rte Rotary dob at IhrffWfcns' wedding Saturday Jax MIni. RtI

Mrs Lucile Lindsey of Madison; Augusta, Ga and they have two Amanda Locretla \\'ebb.1 I their meeting Wednesday heard reports I night-Mkfeded Mr E :M Kit by,' Mr I$edneiayTfear4 ), 11.ro

three sons Ralph, of Moultrie Ga, children: Mary Agnes, age 3, and 'Susan Diane Weger Doris Evelyn from tAe biff faltnattoMlOBffvenHoa i[and Mn Loele J Ktrby, Mr snd y I !92 87 5.00

Wilmer of Daytona Beach and C E F V (Van) Jackson age L WiUUmson.Thomas which w*a held hit ] Mrs Stagey Kirby, Donate Mid[J FYkfcy 'I. 81 .. .

Kelley of Madison; his mother,1 I FrwritHnBass. Harry week at Miami. Beach and wbteh[i Alice Kirby 'Mrs James M Chastain. ,[Saturday !S6 68 ,11

Mrs Lantie Kelley of Madison: five! WALLACE. BARBER .DIES. "J Samoe)- Bats, Vaughn '-Wayne Bass. was attended by Me! sfS H E Mc->: ... Mrs Bod Lane. Misses Marge[Sands? fie ..ca fl

sisters, Mrs Kater Burn and "Mrs j I OF :'HEART ATTACK 4* < I kph PhJWp' Bctlc. 'Freddie Joe Arthur, Henry' Me er and Tel t Und MyrOf JOrtoIrs sole a'Monday -1 18 ..00Tuesday

W Walker of Madison Mrs'JI' 'JI Wallace Barber, former Madisonboggy I Bochnia, Billy Marion OtIWress.I Merchant aftd their whaw. II*Krby, Bnrbara and Nettle Mae, 92 a9. .oo

Brown of Lee, Mrs Buford Taylor died at his home in Jacksonville i I Ellis Howard Drew. Julian MuldrowDuftaat : Among the hilts W the KJrby. Mn Masilell Kirby, Mr and 1 .. ,

of Macclenny, and Mrs Wash Hoi-: i Jeryle WejB* B HtttcMaofi meeting, Ute vpmJun Mpoits Mrs Robert Tmper. Mrsi. R Total 1.15
ton of Jacksonville; ; three brothers,; heart early* attack.Monday He had morning not of J> **i* Wiley Vaattne James John ,were address .by Secretary .1 (to.* .a.,.d M4r, Anne Lee AI S"-I RaW-at. ........ J.- at

Howard and Eustace Kelley of ill and his e.enj:.Frederick: Malog Thomas Thirst Labor Mitchell, CMto Wekwibtefcer.' afl of Lake City: Mr and Me Qhen Tti+aa n IUD in, Lovett
Madison and p C Kelley of Jacksonville : great, shock to passing his "relatives came as and* Matheny, Allen James MeCteta, the president of the United Ns Ions Yeasty, of Jacksonville, Mr and I IIts Tower 0.. to, Avefila Tower none,

and twelve grandchildren.# i friends.v; Fraakla HcOftmma, BUI Mae Me- General Assembly a:1ll'others, the fA seen Powers Billy and Berate 8In lair T5Mw none.. Madison

Services were held at 4 p m I many Mr 'Datber'U 30 .years old He Robert Randeil! MWcler, pageant on Florida, music, staging.I t Bowers -of Perry. Mrs M Sims, forestry lnMlfriiifeii' 0.96 in.

Wednesday in the Hopcwell Baptist; was born in .Amsterdam Ga and Howard Oxford PMllff, AlaI skits and the Uk .*AJpv.loT**(| Mrs K X-SIMs, Mr ad Mrs Viet Rainfall fer Mar I" in-

church and Interment followed la moved at an early age with his I Mir S+ads. John Patrick Sever. fifteen br Mercer: tho.. *"petsofisatlefided l oa Hoary an* Peggy fiery, MMrwmo.Tt Sun riMsT. .. '10th 5:9 am,

San Pedro mett'17itb the T J to Madison, where he John Sylvester -nI bah. tfce coovevtion. the theme'i : W Toller Keys t ej :Set ?:31... '.

Begs jr Funeral Home In charge. up.parents He is survived by his wife grew and Dorothy U* ...., Karen Sue of wMcfe was BuiWtav Bridges atFriendship. j!,Heights Mrs Morgan and Mrs Pert?I Moon ilea .Jtet 10th 8:58 pm.
The Rev Lewis Hughen and the 'DarrfeU WUmarV Dickey. Martha j| oftarins
three children; Mack, Norma and I lof Mdrast Park School and a : Moon In'c6WI&1oh Saait-
Rev Dozier Sapp officiated at the Dale his ; Mr and Mrs Sot Hbnto! Sheila Louise GiW s. Visitors at the meeting Wednesday I I grasp of Miss 8ms pupUa of Lake June loth.High .

service Chas; W Barber parents.of. Canoga Park 'Barb Jan Haddcn. France EMaoellAncock were Byron Prtatiejr ol'Orlando ,r-..... ., .' I f dele Ane 10th at St xariIs,

? Calif; two brothers: Charles, of Judy Dale Hilt Jane and Fred Stevens of Tans-I light 3t4& am.Mr '
Ann lI....- y. Mary Heien Kar54(4t. hassee. '
E1IONS' CLUB Woodland Bills, Calif and Forrest. J TRAFFIC ACCIDENTAT I
KatftriiMi Holy Laniw.Cheryl : and Mrt Clkyte Dkldwen
at and one sister, Mrs Helen
sea; .
Jets Xs ey, Terry Ana Capt and MA Jew VMM Breigh-' GREENVILLEAt i Jr and. --three *o. of Tampa
John Dickinson ..ArtViJU Cox of Jacksonille.I RajTRm. Martha JAM Rewe. Martha net and two I.-.h.rs Jane sail !'wwele week easel visitors of MnOsreae
and Harry Falas were visitors -Ladies I parents and brother Charles CaJeI.1 1 J! a Friday at
Joyce Starter and Sx* of Ttoker Air Base, OWa- p StUEWIILJ
Night on June 10 was discussed,, [came Wednesday for the 'fttneraJ, y. vffl*. ,a 1MS Thunderbird P\III t (-
and Ferd Naughton spoke brieflyon which will' be held Saturday afternoon 'I hem were >averts Monday of CreptBniphner's a. XI ft boat, driven by C D e I Mr and Mn Walter Harris have
the recent State Convention In at Hardage and SOBS Ftme-! aunt, Mrs A I ss nieste MM Hems' sister. Mrs '
I W% tart st IflMlaAa OBS, MQf 'was
> Mrs
Miami which' featured entertainers rat Home in Jacksonville, v4th Interment Rey,and Mrs Patin Teamtea. Mme;and Mr VML They \HH rbt Kate lid of Dwhwn. N C, and
fry Nassau at a ,midnight break-' in that city.ANIMAL: Xary. JeweQ ToueMea. C P KcBy,I IrYOi1 Albert Wing and famUy iR Ocala, tai *lef la time to atrphd Jimmy Floyd of Attuk Oldest who
Wo 19S7 Chevrolet
f st / Arnold lUlrt and sank Car a visit crsjbbic a
I' t I BUtock. before hesdknr I *Mtimi of
'" eane to alkyd tilt i>
NEW CLINIC I 1lSik MOUnor attended sermons of with his fara y M York, P..... "trtaRit f__ by Joe CMttebory of GeJI ftom Mad .
Lei AntI
Mtes :
Davis I" -1. that had stopped far
Albert of Southwestern t 1I'e 1rktholh Cooftmwre in Lake ,
tWversity has arrived home for .Itmd, tbis vweek a M*fftt ei onl>a Wheat ran MIa son hinh scbos' aka'st' Mrs Vance
** Dr J 'A Davis is having a?znn9dcr# Mrs Rtt&t > ms A Mis FrankirFrehock I, Hrrh and dyer *J of
\acation. :-.f :. itfc %hl ssnMk fire hydrant
;.. .. Animal Clinic built on the4a: -%- both of CkveavWe .. a I flo ate sor the adaatten. .. .,
M0ntie t
-x- : it/ II 1\.mot. ;. ssd ace-rttatsh* tM trfler> tel e a -. '
Mrs L L Par '!t..;of ,Voslea: ; Highway? Dawson Rutherford ft M W,. is delegates to tte State >iii hiilli sad tHrowkig the boat l .

:Madison U convalescing'' 6es- Sc expected to be ready by late r Peml lfl h School, Moss Peter, 1.1_ Sunday May 29. Mrs f1..ref'Auol1ar1 oft on to the roadPatrobaan said there I Mr Dean Brown, Mrs T C Gibson

torily in Pinevlew hospital .freest, a MlllUlKf .. ., .. ,,, ,Installed 34 District. HBpatri and Mrs T S Braswell of Monti
serious knee injury heM2In >,...... -*- I' A1ne limhifeH a few days aoon 4 -X- was no contact between the truck I i cello were called to Pontotoc Miss! ;
Jones 1rha grmdafrora of the Priest bosses on Tibbals of and,Thunderblyd. Damage to the this week by the death of their
a fall May 26. The leftwas lsne,I Ckyton eae Mr aDd Mrs George'
.. FSU left after cmasbed N feir days far and boat was estimated at I I.aunt. Mrs E C Polk Funeral services
broken and the bane ,..., ant.d bz iy New Bern, C. spent a '
= "'t35o0.f I were held Wednesday. ;.
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United Nations president, who' cane peanuts, velvet beans,.,and Ministerial Student '
isg:'from Lima, Peru f made a" forage crops are grown, as axe I .

tTE4CORDI telling statement when he reminded also peaches, pears, plums, and i '.1 i

..-._ f v Me ......__a.wra. _...NIIIM his hearers in his great f'other small fruits. The county
Published Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year In Advance speech for peace and friendship .,' H a large producer of pecans .
Delayed. Renewals $4.00 Per Year that a hundred billion' and pecan nursery stock, and ..." ..',
dollars annually is spent in the. is one of the world's largest .
Advertising Bates Made Known on Application 't
.!! armament race while twothirdsof Dippers of pecan trees from .>,
i. Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-dots matter June humanity is suffering from I nurseries. Jefferson county is .
:25th 1908, under Act of March 8,1879. malnutrition hunger and dis-| also one of the nation's leading L1TUi"T. k 1

I .DOWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR. ease. Friendship skits, musical I I watermelon seed producing "I
; AND> ASSOCIATES numbers, a great spectacle on i areas and the seed is shipped ,,1 j!
f Florida's history staged in the I throughout the United States 'J11
HADISOfr RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 huge Orange Bowl in Miami t and to foreign ,countries. Beef .
CONSOLIDATEP, JUNE 25, 1908 and many other events went and dairy cattle raising, ,the ..,
into the convention program.I raising of hog, and lumber and '
., T. C. 'MERCHANT Editor and Publisher naval storey are important '

T. C. MERCHANT JR., Managing Editor revenue sources, and some of : ;1

MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor How Happy! t I the largest nurseries and tong _i d

MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. There is no doubt that such toil plantations in -the state, asl I F .dj
-- I I EARL DAVIS of Madison, a Stetson ;
recent graduate, who will
the fruit is a bean a foot or conventions as the one being well as crushing mills, are 1
GRID' I I t I enter Seminary in Wak Forest. N. c., this tall.
.-. -.. .more long and an inch on two written about do help the'cated in the county. Next week, I I
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mentioned of friendship and good Lafayette county., I
wide. We believe we cause BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs James S Stalnaker of Cler-
= the Jacaranda tree in our last wilt When people from so muchof mont and three children spent a
.Ut o4kN kO week's article and we have seen the world get together and: MONTICELLO- Mary Ann Merchant and hen week with Mr and Mrs Jim
Q ,- many other plants down here rub elbows, people from various mother Mrs T C Merchant Jr en- "Bunting. They attended graduation
of which terUtaed twenty-five small friends at Madison High Monday night;
:I that we do not have at home. countries, some were:
I( I I I At the Montlccllo Stockyard Inc, 'of Mary Ann's on Friday afternoon, ,
One of them is the Carissa, a at war with one another only
; Jane 6, 1960 100 cattle and calves June 3 at their home in celebrationof lettered with Happy Birthday To
I} bash Quite often used as a a few years ago, people who t '
were sold compared to 115 a week Mary Ann's fourth birthday. Mary Ann and the numeral 4. :
,These. lines' are being written, 'hedge down t.hla:8y: with i worship God in different ways, ago. Trading moderately active.Representative Games were played and everyone Four candles lighted the cake The
!' smelting white people of different back- classes of cattle :had good time. honoree received nice :1
in 'Nassau. OB :New providence pretty, sweet ; a many gifts. 1
Jlsknd, in .the 'Bahamas. There'flowers.,[ And of course they I II l.grounds, views, races, and even and calves about steady with two Pink and white was the color Cake, candy and iccr cream were

,are 7QO islands' jwjd -about 2400.I Have many, hibiscuses, of which 1 I colors, .and no one is suspicious weeks ago .- note of the pretty birthday cake served. .'f

.ra yand 'rocks )n the ':Bahamas,Madison{ _county homes. Have 1 I I pf or looks down upon another, .
*for :a total 'of about t466, ( some, and alamanders and other certainly a bridge of friendship "

'square miles of,toad or a little', things down this way. I is established. The great EVERY WEEK 10,000 PEOPLE
#mare .than six times that 'of I I thing: lacking Is that in the!
tadjsOfl Nassau gatherings of these great organizations
: county. a,
city of about 45,000; people, Is; Tr..1 y.CwMien Lions, Rotary, BOUNCE ON ITS SEATS HONKliliES

the capital and chief city of I Kiwanis, and so on, Russia, ,
the islands, which are British.It .i Hal Poland, Czechoslovakia, Red '

is 187 miles southeast of I I Miami Beach boasts a tremendous -1 China, and countries generally ITS HORN KICK'ITS :: ;, ,
Miami and can be reached in convention hall and thought. of as in that group, ,

.I i less than an hour by plane from I caters to one convention after are not represented. If we

,Miami or overnight by boat another. The Southern Baptist could only establish bridges of SLAM ITS DOORS SHOP ACROSS j

Convention met here just a friendship with them too, and ,

Bridtes .i(:, FriendsiipOur4Ufeler Lions'short while convention back was, the,held State just banish nuclear forever war or any the other spectre kind of THE STREET-AND THEN RETURN

of war, how happy' the world
feet week was from a week or two ago, and something I

T\e Melbourni mosJjjp-r Wl.- ;d the.wi, next towards day I,I I I time. is Hotel going after on nearly:hotel all is the all might bet! .. : TO: BUY, THIS CAR! *Hi$ -. -, :. 'it jl

'Miami.JHfeach, ,, where the big I along: the beach, and the city Kind) Aid Cetrtewts ..
Roma / teraftttoaal Convention seems able to take care of all
Was being held. Some of comers. The beach section, as A group of some twenty 1 q .

the members of the Madison well as Miami proper, to which Miami women are in Russia

,Rotary Club, of' which the it is joined by three causeways,' now trying tot establish just

writer is an honorary member,,I has grown immensely! the such a bridge- of friendship.
had suggested that he attend; 1960 census giving the city of; They have talked with Russian IT'ii11iui

the meeting, and since so many Miami Beach a population of women and find them perturbed
different countries were to be,I more than 61,000. Hialeah,I over rcojnt events and as much I
represented at the gathering,i I second largest city in the coun I I! opposed to war as are American

216 of them with some fifteenor ty, has a population of more!I women>> They have even talked I,
sixteen thousand delegates,I than 66,000, and Miami, Flori with Mrs Khrushchev, who
and'the theme of the convention -j da's largest city is pushingthe I I! seems to be a most sensibleand

Building Bridges of 300,000 mark. understanding woman, and
Friendship, was so timely, in I we cannot help but believe

this presently confused and Second that good win come of their i3
Tampa City
strife-torn world, the writer de. trip, as we believe good will
tided to attend, and since he I While we are talking about come of the efforts of the h'
Vas to be that far along, to census figures, it might be I travel agencies in this country }

come then on over to Nassau interesting to note that Tampa j,i that specialize in getting American 0 '
raid see how this city looked.il has become Florida's second j I people over there to see I

Besides the writer and wife, largest city and if Jacksonville I for themselves, regardless of

':M rand' Mrs H E McArthurj; does not extend its city limits I governmental differences, that

'(Mr McArthur is the 'outgoing, by 1970 it will be in danger I people are innately 'kind and &

president of the local club) and, of being surpassed in populationby I,courteous if treated kindly

,Mr and Mrs Henry Messer of St. Petersburg, which Is j;and courteously, whatever their i Falcon is having the best cars,"says Motor Trend magazine:
Madison attended the conven- now not far behind Jackson I nationality, language, belief, first year any car ever had Owner reports and fleet operator
't M in Miami Beach and we, ville. It might come as a sur- race, color, or what not might l%_ over 250,000 already logs consistently show Falcon
talked Mr and Mrs Messer into I prise to some of us at home happen to be. sold since introduction going mileage figures of up to 30 miles

coming: on also to Nassau. who have two circuit judges at the record rate of 10,000 every per gallon with regular gas. .

for our seven counties in the Great Pecan CMy week. What makes Falcon the Falcon goes 4,000 miles: between
world most
successful new car?
l'rida Htweraf Trees Third Circuit, to know that oil changes, costs less to service,
I Dade county alone is now en- Jefferson county, our neighboring Economy! less to license and in most places,
0 On the way down tfc stopped titled to eighteen circuit judges.TwtHtfib county to the west, was To begin with, Falcon ts Ameri less to insure
fet Stuart and visited Mr Men-! created in 1827 and was named ca's ,
very lowest-priced 6-passenger
lunger's tropical 'tree garden.j for Thomas Jefferson. Monti- *. Falcon saves you more and still
I SufferingBut car $64 to $154 less than the gives full for 6
room big
where we saw a number of i, cello, the county seat was other compacts and
people their Small
unusual trees. Mr .Menninger Is It I to get back to the convention named for Jefferson' Virginia luggage.
t delivers the best fuel wonder Falcon has become first
quite interested in such things the main thought of home, which served as th I. of the three :
economy new compact 80 fast! 1..3fJ.s ... ......,
and has written a book on which we said was Building model for the county court-

Florida Flowering Trees, a copy Friendship Bridges. There were house standing in the squarein .-po i.tIIt"1IttMIJ/.,.,........1rrta7d, .,ndpricr, t

I of which Is in the regional library -t several interesting speakers, that city. The county is not M.rt rwnOnesur: ..,............... .
: at home. All the way Secretary of Labor Mitchell, quite so large in area as our .
down and in Miami and ,at the Eddie Rickenbacker, the President county and its population is PEST COMPACT GAS MILEAGE TORO .

teach: and over here at Nassau of Honduras, the Presi- about two-thirds as great a*
we have seen numbers of the I dent of the United, Nations,i ours. It is primarily an agricul r woours war suocc ,ta Mew CAMHARDER 1 I
Itoyal Poinciana trees, also*, the outgoing and incoming! tural county, And general farming 1 I

known, We believe, as the' presidents of Rotary Intemat-j watermelons and water- ; :
Flamboyant, and they make a I ions and others. melon seed, cattle raising pecan MOTOR co.

beautiful sight with their tops I ploring the large use of aircraft -' groves, satsuma groves: .

Iii< gorgeous orange-colored: for destructive .purposes,!; and nurseries provide the main 1 CORNER*BXSE & HANCOCK STREETS MADISON. FLA. i iI

bloom. The tree Is a member Rickenbacker painted a great I ounces of income. Corn cotton I
cf .the big legume family and;,future for aviation; and the I oats, sweet potatoes, sugar!j .*. WEST VALUES BEST.TRADES FORD DEALER'S! BEST SAVINGS TRADING FAIR'
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week in your store, tell 'em !''oJ i,

about it in an E-R ad
Fabric Reduction Safe! Mr and Mrs Dean D Day and I. every

four children of Phoenix, Arizonaarrived I week." '

Sunday to spend June with *

.' LINEN her father Mr I E Rea,", another '. '\' ;.
,, {t. PURE BOSH relatives. Others visiting him NFJC' GRADUATES FIRST .' \, l":"".;'"n
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J White and colors 36"* Sunday were Mr and Mrs Si Reaves CLASS Sr; I r : "a f
\ yI Printed floral 36" o. eFM
and Lira
granddaughter Sprenket
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1.69 seclaIl.2! Mr and Mrs Paul Reaves; Mr and A new page: history for North ,
F-egular IL194L29 yd.coTroNsAT1N8cy, reg Tf Mrs Bill Fourakers and Shirley. Florida Junior College and the -.;':"",,

p- Suwannee River Valley area was -..{ .
Mr Aktts Davis and Mr Blair of! '

( iffiOYGASBH, LINEN! 'Valdosta and )( Cecil Crafton written Saturday, June 4, in thiFirst ...,.. r
and children spent Saturday afternoon Baptist Church -of Madison ;"

I Printed nude in Ireland with Mr and Mrs J L Davis when the 42 students who comprised ,t;,'

./' Plain color 36" res. 98c ).d, $2.79 yd. Mrs Ada Woods of Ocala attended NFJCs first graduating > -.
class received their degrees from : "
services at Mt Horeb
regular t
I COTTON SATIN 79c yd Special $1.'yi. Saturday and Sunday. She also Marshall Hamilton} I

visited Mr and Mrs Burton Coody! President Kenneth' Skaggs (Chi- ,

and' Mr and Mrs E11U Coody. polo Junior College), the commencement .....
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speaker told the audience
SPORTSNEARTerry I Miss Helen Crafton arrived Mon

J a 45" Briefer linen FOR .day for .a three week vacatnon of approximately 500 persons 0'I

Dacron arid Cotton Wash'n Wear 39 w.s1c--rwn Colon Deniiftn. Sailcloth Printed with her arents.I gathered to witness this epochal
occasion that it was the of .
Cloth I Mrs Lflla Crafton turned purpose :
Keg. 98c yd. this graduation exercise "to honor
ButcberLben I home Sat after a two week 'visit .
': 'in Valdosta. these who have achieved high purposes t *.,

Plain) colon-Reg. 79c yd. ., 79c yd SPECIAL OCCASIONS I Mr Van Piper and Mr and Mn and goals in order that the *,\"

Willie Brown and granddaughter rest of us may be encouraged "

,. 59cyd Tulle Net Satin Lace Brocade, I Glenda Parker of mieanopy spent, continue, may be inspired to dis a,, .
.; Taffeta the weekend with her sister Mrs! cover within ourselves potentialitiesand ': 4 l.q--t, : : .
LUltb Sexton. They were dinnerguests capabilities that will enableusto ?: .

: of Mr and Mrs Cecfl Craf serve our fellow man with :.. ,
I' DUNNFABRIC SHOP j ton. greater zeal meet life's problems: >"

with greater courage and scale the 1 r
Mr and Mrs J D Agner and .
QUTTMAN, GEORGIA I children were dinner guests of Mr heights of'noble human endeavor ''.4 '. .
and and accomplishment with devotion "
Mrs W I Reaves. Mr and Mrs ,
I )Martin Reaves of Lee also visited to the responsibilities Imposed** : ., ......,\ .. P,
Methodist Woman'a So ety us as educated persons. .
The SHOPAT them in the afternoon. upon .;,. :._
held Its first meeting of the new /Special. music for the occasionwas .. .'
Conference year Monday at the Mower Service Vacation Bible school opened furnished by Miss Virginia 1 h
The opened withJevotional Monday at Pinetta First Baptist ',' ., "/ 11trS
rhurrh. program EzeI of Perry who sang "If With '. .
by Mrs Charles 'Grooverand church: with 100 enrolled. There ,'. '.
< All Your Hearts" Miss Ezell was ,, ,j .1
Mrs C W Hiers. The Soriety Repairing and,, rebuilding; also any will be two weeks and' all children \ ;' t.I'i.' t.
,accompanied by Miss Sandra Burchof
presented Mrs C A 'Blalock an type small engines repaired are invited to attend. I .
honorary life membership. The new s Howard Perry. Introductory music was '
MrsLura Cood and Mrs
Circles were drawn. I!furnished by Miss Gayle Hamilton .
1960-61 Study :
short while with '''
Coody spent a P'.
McWifliams GarageMen's I of Madfeen at the. organ :; \
Mrs Stacey D .hUnt Thursday. : \
OUR BUSINESS Is helping: YOUR Old Fashion Bargain Mrs Detehunt is, .slowly ifitprovfofr..I The iif reetfen and benedtetfon )R {..

BUSINESS. THE E.R. of was brought by Mr A J Hargrove* ,
Mrs Cora Mend High SpringsIs .
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Men' Wash'n laughter Mrs Felix HMMIIOCk.i Pfeddeft Slam Included Mr R R .I
Wash .". i L1Uft !
'n Wear DttRa. CNUiniMi of 1M Board
Wear Make Dad Glad 'AtfDa"TO &PCAK AT
wing WNM! Joint Instruction MddtHMiCouMy .
with METH61 MT BROTHERHOODDr InstallationA
A,JI A : and Mr Griffin Bishop,

rJ1JI&1TIIL RffffLRDA7 SHIRTS SaprriolMdent of Pubite Inttnw-

'by WIngB I tk*.
GIFTS $425 John E Sn4t. Dean r InrtructJoo -!' joint instmJtetton of Madhs v.! Dr M. Sands. Dean of NFJC

$6.95 $3.35 to I II at NFJC will W the. MonticeJlo, Cherry Lake and Grewritle [aresatllMes the following.. idates 1

I I principal 'speaker at the IK Metfco- American Legions. and LtgtatAtfxfiMU'fes to Pttrtdtnt Hamnlton for ttekr

that Church Brotherhood Tu ,4 yalght + wvs new in OreenvswcJttfte .We1A* .|.+Sea or CSitI&atoscAsec ,.
Wash *n Wear r 14 June ihs topic wftl be X A bewtifal wavered dial le of Artr Biwe W.... ;'I i
f My two I Yean as a Prkonerof1war. WM served before the meet:
I WORKPANTS Hall of Capps (Cum Lu 4*), &ew
." Or Sand WM a he.7 bomber'pft ng. i
jumin Charles Mainor of M.adisaa. .
Albert ReaMs Jr, Pest C.m-\ --;;;: .
\ .. et sibs WM shot dawn to the f. -;
(Cum LwJ), Mary Etnth Meat '
gave the welcome : ::
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,7i' : $11.95 Frankie Froh ck. Unit PresidentrcenrtNe CXSitt alt 'JJ Hper Cum LaIdfI. "r
$10.95 to War n. After evaJteg (he esaraylfw t r and Mrs Rttth Mi'I.HaftolML w ftil Pale ofCvm Iry >' .
nearly fh* 1ftOftUts.1I'M. ;
>hd District: Pm, and a ( > Eat a1, Thomas K'etli "
eaptwrad by the Gestapo in the! f the Greenville Unit installed they;' < *
Men 'b t Kirkhtnd of Perry (Cum ,
,Freenui Shoes for Pyranee )'few1ta1 unit officers: in a candle light ser :Calvin L Bodenstein of Madison, \
At the present Ume, Dr Sands'Hce. Installed were Mrs Rena: 1Aw'1
Edward Harkm- Burnam of Jeiuxtinj ,
'Y Is aba Lt Colonel Sands In the I Cochran Pres Cherry Lake; Mrs,, \ : ; _
$9.95tid35pair 1 Jewel Edwards. Pres. Montkelio I i Anita Faye Carlton of Per iir 1 i
USAF Resents lie is presently j'
Elbner Oaker, Jr-of Perry, Lorace ;> ,
and Mrs Laura Nell Colin Pres.!: S
Flight Commander of the 98ntn! < .. .
BOXED INITIALED HANDERCHIEFSjqBCKWEAR -" $1.25,.' Greenrttle. Each was presented Mitchol Colhran of Lee, Joe William .
J.EEN'S Air Reserve Flight at Valdosta. Ca,
... .......... $lA0 ftith a poppy corsage by Mrs I DavIs of Madison, Vornle '
BELTS, AND SUSPENDERS ".. In a new attempt to build up attendance -- .. 4' .
Velma Virginia
the Methodist Brotherhood Reams. Jean Hart of Mayo,
Morrow. Dist 3 Commander : ... r
Guy : Ifandry of ,Perry, Delbert
is inviting Interesting speakers .....
presented A, Fred Smith and Arne Eula Mae
Hicks of Lee
STORE( Grady
DAYLIGHT -bo1U,, not necessarily talk on re McCarty Northern and Western .I I '
lust Mayo James Thomas Hurstof
ligion. Dr Sands is the kickoff Area Vice Presidents who intuited
FLORIDA and is Mayo, Jerry Luther Jessup of '
MADISON speaker in this attempt one the Post officers. Invocation

Serving the Public since 1932 ,Jr"'if In a series of, vuch speakers to be tras by the Rev W D Kets. About [ Lake City Thomas Edward John ---t I

\ ;,, "r, Invited. 73 attended. Km of Live oak. Wnlllam Herman It
Land of Mayo Helen Marie Mar t
., .'r. .. A 1 N.. L tin of Perry, Henry William Maier ,

jf Wellborn Deanna Mixon of 1

.. ,'If.. Perry, Mkhael Spencer aStem yr '
of Perry. Betty Pearl PUls..D.t ..+ \, I'I'I
I Perry, Myrna Vivian Prme ot IDa;;;

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v Edgar Eugene: Stokes .

'Lee.. Marvin 'Wade Strickland ofontkello :. rt
: : ( Addle Estelle Walker t

:rf Madison, John Robert Weed of .. ...toa-. ..

... +. )t terrJames Edward Jr of Monti- .

{',.," ,' xUo. and Tabnage Wayne WhldJon

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? I Associate of Science:, Sara Holland

I Futch+ of Live Oak, PareeUa :

v ( S._ 'leaver Painter of Madison, anMary l .H: Shop at
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: of r MontkeUo, Charles Brocks

A I ilewett of Mayo, Winston Larry
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, after -a welcome was given' by-t
Promotion Dwight Evans and introduction of -

guests by Mr Morrison. Miss Sandra I SHOP AT 1
Gail Hinton played the marches
Pbetta JoHerophomore and the Glee Club rendered special Available
music. Invocation was by Lewis OpportunitiesForYoungMenandWomen
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High School Acner and benediction by Miss
Mary Van Hinton, Pattie Ward gave! .
tiie response to the welcome.
held II
promotion was .
The American Legion Awards pre.
Friday June 3, at '8:00 p. tn. at; I '
rented by Hybert Hendry of the
Pinetta Junior High-School Seven. 1 i in "
Cherry Lake Post went to Mary '
receiving promotion OkL Fashion
teen students Bargain
I Helen Hadden and Bobby Joe, .
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Included Pattle: Wand class president;'.Buchanan. The gift ,of five silver. BusinessCourses ,.
I dollars to the student with the
Dwight Evans, vice president; Linda Days
highest number of merits in grades I
Wigels '
Brannen, secretary, Henry and
Everett of the
worth treasurer PhtiUs Falk, reporter 1-6 went 10 Ann ,1'
and Lewis Agner Jean Ar- 5th grade, and to Mary Helen 1

nold, June Arnold, Rose Marie Hadden in.the 10th grade.23 Perfect stud-t \ Trade and Technical Courses ., .
awards to
Joe,'attendance went clKer class flower the
Brown. Benton Belcher Bobby the pink
'ents, merits in 3-10 '
Buchanan, Clinton Buchanan, Carolyn highest 'carnation and the class bird the at {
Davit, Ruth Everett, Mary Helen! to nine students: highest scholarship dove. "Climb Every Mountain" was .
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gladden, Patsy Morris and. Linda awards to seven students the class song and the motto was ;'J ..
Stutt&, Class sponsors were Mrs basketball awards to boys and girls The Least You Can Do Is Do !lively Technical School \ ;; I
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Clara Morse and Tberon T Morrison'i grade f Your Best"
Principal Morrison presented the Ushers were Judy Hammock,, Home room mothers were Mrs J' Comer Duval Street and Park Avenue : '

certificates, and R R Denson presented -,Jerry Bass Joyce Elaine Higley and F Arnold, Mrs J M McMUlian and I : Tallahassee, Florida .. ;
the awards. Jeff Bards : Mrs Nets Falk Sr, and the Glee V -" .-
J T Holland addressed the class, The class colon were pink and dub director, Mrs Long Shadrkk. SUMMER SESSION June August 12 'l'!

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Stenographic Course'.. .,, ,.
10 Secretarial Coarse ,, \ ..... ... 't ''''' .' .
Secretarial-Accounting Coarse ',, ,, .T". '+ ..\'if.-,: f .,.

RACINGEvery Construction Accounting and Clerical :/>. ., ;1' ,. ,"

Bookkeeping and Accounting Course,' i .., t -... '

-' aericaWypewriting Course .' .'!, :.J
Clerical (Bourse .>', 'n '. '1, r .
Aircraft Mechanics (CAA Approved \, -,
lfechanJa' 't
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Cabinet Making -- / ..,.
RAIN OR SHINE Drafting, Civil Engineering and Architectural 'j!> ,

Electricity, Construction and Maintenance'. \ ,,
Electronics '

MATINEES Radio and Television Servicing .

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EVERY Small Gasoline Engine Mechanics :" .
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: Thursday Jane 9, 23, etc entertained fifty guests > ith. ,a............ 4 .
9JO-9i5 Blue Sprnngs (it 6) buffet .dinner Friday night at their' 4 U

{ DAILY DOUBLE and Lee Road Crossing home for the Hardee-Sims bridal COHTROLL
10.-00-10:40 Hickory Grove party following the church re- ::

1st. and 2nd. Races Cans wuty hearsal. .... ( : \
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M Community a silver basket of pink and white J.'. '
QUDMIELAS SOLD 11:20-2:30 Pinett oleander and silver candelabra ,jri ,'t
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2.f0.31l0 Hanson Other guests found their places lit '
On Each Race 10:1S-10U Brawnlns* Service the den, and on the porches and '.'. .5' PSG ALL MEAT

Station terrace. ... H
WIN-PLACE-SHOW 10:50-11:15 Cherry Lake School The buffet menu consisted off: F '

llu -12.-00 Denson Dome baked turkey and ham relishes ;: ".-.:" CRAYSAUSAGE SMQN
12:15-12:30 Cherry Lake 44 salads potato au gratin, hot rolls 4 < 0.kl '

Exclusive Camp cherry and chocolate tarts with : ,. ,:. ..
12:45-1:15' ,v..... ,
Lm' tt whipped cream tea and coffee. ; '
Thursday June 2, 16, 30, etc I In; !
Ild5.12.-00 St Reds Nurseries ALL POPULAR]
12:15-330 Lee Post Office l Parsonage Soon ReadyProgress t i f. ,

Finest Food Friday June 3,- 17. etc t > !i CIGARElPILTERKING
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t, 10.00-10:15 Hopewell <
1 on the new Methodist i.
,......, v. ..'In Florida. r 'p:30-10:45 Mosckyllall parsonage on South' Meetih .rstreetrt ...._. jIIf "''': -t .. ..- "" O OA I

r 11:00-11) Sirmans has been very rapid, so that the .." CTN. LIB
11 0-12:00 Greenville pastor and his family should be') t .
try 12:30-1:30 Madison Library able to occupy the residence late > j .
rf ,- this month or early in July. -. ". .

*ilrs F E Naoghton entered a Miss Sissy Wade is at home from
WYMAN 71123' Tallahassee: hospital Monday for Agnes Scott College for summer '
surgery. The operation was set for vacation with her parents, Mr and ,._
Wednesday. i Mrs Jack Wade. s

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FLORIDA WILDUf SCRAFBOOK I .. Jlr and Mrs A H Sevor went to
wj Titusville Saturday to attend the
jMiQyni wedding of their son Elmer to Miss

IJHOW YOUR ftr" E Juanita Laverne Sharpe, which
W 0 1 LUmDef COm a anY took place Sunday in the First Bap-
; tist church. They
were guests of
JiI I rHUHaI6'j :
Mr and Mrs B G Watson, and
MltNY family. Mr and Mrs L C Hicks
y 'rHOUSAND E6GS W W CATLEDGE, of Rt 3. Madison '
NA u'-" A.k and Mr and Mrs W L Welch":
TINY ''AfI'rJteWHE.1, :: CDV6RED wmI 1 and
b '
pNAL "
FEED 0f'I NAVE # cM.Lt.lla aS do you read the Fisherman'sCalendar families went for
I '. tS"I.-I4 cINWATE: = w Sunday the
1 ALGAE TADPOitfQ 'N 6p ? wedding.Mr .

...:.'!,;'i":,"....'' -. and Mrs Clifford Ragans, and
'''*',:'':JC'' ''''' ''' baby of Cocoa came to the graduation
'l ': exercises. They stayed for
i / .jI tSyIr '# if three days with Mr and Mrs Wald-
,, 17 l" fOR THl WHK JVNi 12 TWUI JUKI .19 ron C Ragans and family.
; IN A PE/lI)1 OFT"lMln.Y Mrs C C Carrin of Miami and
1 r (IJSI.IAl.L Y THE SECDdD ALN ... i T1. ... td ta.i'T.g. VW $1 Mrs H W Koon of St Petersburgcame
I if#fftJJlpJ1.'T1I pct.G WtrH 7"11+ffi Friday for a visit with Miss
5PIlOUTS. L/6$ & !TSr # SUN MeN TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN Vesta BUnton. AU went to Jack
-. aaxc 12 13 14 \ 15 \ 16 ,I 17 \I 18 19r
.1 rI ./ TA fJ1Ct.L!( TAtL U11A. GII.J.S AU.Y JO ? JO ;::::> s:16::: =: s:: sonville Saturday to see Mrs J BRains
,i S SLOWLY t9 S J/JE d' LtmGS DtSAPPfAq FcxM Atrtl fNSItJG 3O 4:46 5:40 63l 7d9 8.06 8:52 9:37 ,who ,Is. in St Vincent's hospital

d7.,. e c Y AMAMAiCAMAilAaiAMAMEloiktr They reported her d tngweU'
: very but don T know how long;
." GROWrJlMmMCRl'lllS she will have td
) ) r tU fish t.n.r th. Day for"", lag I' stay.
w ,J ;: Mrs.-R E Ragans has been spending
; OF THE FROG a. few. days with her children

\ In }Madison while she is convalescing

I ", 06S&l.DN6--rb-m ... ,I from an illness. .
FAMILY OF ANIMAL" UDBJL'L"M Mr' and Mrs Tom Gamble *and
I AMPHlBlAr619 t 'two daughters Susan and Kabie
1j' 15 WHICH ALSO 'NCLUDIiS: .' nine, of Orlando, stopped over :for
TwPoLE A. FIO(;.' -rOAPN&N1S 4lAMRKli i, a few days' visit last week With

'I, Mr and Mrs J .D'mitt) enroute to
J ,:' Alabama for a visit with relatives.
r L Umber Com iny : Mrs R W McMullen and son,

:; ; CONTRACTING ON SMALL AND BIG REPAIR JOBS. Rev Curtis McMullen are among

REMODELING AND REPAINTING, & NEW CONSTRUCTION. ,. those attending annual conference
"in. Lakeland this week.

LET US HELP YOU ARRANGE FINANCING. '1rOIl, HU- 3-6106 Mrs Carrol Dickey and children

of NashvUle. Tenn came Thursday
..,: ,. for a few days' stay here at home.
PARTY AT CLUB Her son Charley will go back with
SHOP AT them and stay while his mother is

NOTICE TO in school.
t llr and Mrs T H Herring entertained SFC and. Mrs Elbert Hamrick
4 the Herring-Williams wedding .
; of Fort Benning. Ga came for
I RETA1LMERCllANTh and out-of-town guests
party three days with his mother, Mrs
the Greenville Womans Club "
I 1 at NV.
y deo Hamrick and brother, B
II .you make installment sales, you Saturday. evening prior to the re >
M They left Monday morning enroute
; should be licensed under tbe new beanaL ,
I" Retail Installment Sales Act. 1 I for over sea duty to be gone four
The reception room was '
: '" Send your $S license fee to RayE arrangements of Shasta ESTHEK WILLIAMS years. They will be stationed near
Green, State Comptroller, Talla Hd( Fashion Bargain daisies and roses. White, gladioli KMJUOM Iwo SMOOTHM A Tt SMO* Paris. Their many friends wish
hassee. atCYfBESS GARDENS them the best Miss Lorine. Ream
were used on the mantel T
JUNE 1130Schools of Valdosta" "foralso their jpwt-
I DaysCAVE'S The refreshment table held a .
: Mr and \Irs\- Albert Campbell
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bowl encircled with
crystal punch :
OutLook went over to Tallahassee Mondayon
freeimie fern ant pink rosebuds. Refreshments
Grailwtiw ,
GLASSES!! : NEW PAINT COLORANT were' punch a variety of business.Mr .

Twlggs Optical Co. dainty sandwiches, cake squares For Youngsters and Mrs Robert Voss'and
i' of Course!! i The Cave Feed' and Farm Supply frosted in white topped with pink children of Toledo, Ohio, were
Graduation ExerdJesere held has advertised this week the new rosebuds, mints and nuts. Leaving for summer vacation are. guests of Mr and Mrs L A Almand
South Georgia's largest in the Greenville Gymnasium friday Fischer Paint Colorant Dispenser. Hits Williams presented her attendants over one million Florida children.No .'Monday through Thursday. Mr and

from optical! stock to choose evening, June 3. The public is invited in to see with pearl necklaces, and longer will they be concentratedin Mrs Richard Brown of Nebraska

Our modern laboratory The High School Band furnishedthe this new machine mix over 1000 Mr Herring presented the best man school zones duringcertain I were week end guests of ,the!
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processonal and recessional. hours but can be expected on any Almands.
Insures prompt, accurate colors of paints. and groomsmen with engraved key
service! The Rev Wayne Stutzman, pas chains road any time. Mr and Mrs C C Brannan had ,;as

tor of the Methodist Church, gave of Miss( Gene Look for youngsters playing, near guests for the weekend Mr and
S No waiting-Skilled op- Cone Harold Johnston, Jon Kaney, The marriage; the roadway, a ball in the street,
'tician on duty at 'all the- invocation Roy kinsey Johnny Letchworth, Curtis Williams and William Carl bicycle ridcrs--Th are danger, Mrs Clark Brannan and son of

times! J, D Kaney, principal, presentedthe Burl O'Quinn John Lee TMgpen, Herring was an event of Sunday signals for the motorist. I Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs Edmund

SAVE TRADE platform guests and speakers. and Joe Wood formed the graduating afternoon June 3, In the Episcopal Let's keep our children safe Brannan and children of
Jerri Bowers .was alutatorlanrGeorgia : ,
WHERE class. Church Monticello. and Florida safe for our children.' Foley. ,
THEY ARE Mugge, Class president, ,I

MADE! addressed the audience, and Jon I r _. ill '
428 E. PARK AVE. Kaney gave the Valedictory.:
I PHONE CH 4-0534 Dr Oscar Beck recognized the -J J0

VALDOSTA, GA." following honor students: Sarah 25 :
Ann Barclay. Jeeri Bowers, Ann; Quality..aslowas$39 month"J

Cone, Olivia Lawson, Georgia Highest
Bids Called Ftr Mugge, Louretta Stephens, Suzanne per

Strupp and Jon Kaney; and presented Sa ,

Mas.wmetRiyer the following awards: .

citizenship Donald Bishop( : Englisn ,; .
Stretck Olivia Lawson; Editor of School \0
Annual, Suzanne Strupp: 'Mathematics ti

The State Road Department Georgia Ella Mngge; History .\'

day called for bids on 'fuel-I Jerri Bowen; Editor of r,
highway projects, one of \\ Sdbool News paper, ..Jon Kaney; f<
14.77 miles on SR 10 (US 90) .Betty Crocker Homemaklng award
Madison to the Suwarmee river. I Carolyn Fulford; DAR Citizenship d I iu

Bids will be opened June ,28th.. i award Juanita Jarvis Cason;

Bausch and Lomb Science Award,

IKJSPffALEWSAdmissions I Jon ,Kaney; Best typist Olivia isr

I Lawson; Best all around "Business ',i.

Student, Unda Beth Sheffield basket
: Mrs Ann Tudor, I ;
Eugene Sevor F B Webb, Jr, Alton I balls, Sarah Ann Barclay,

L Singletary, George W Parkr. I Dorothy Barclay and Faye Bishop;
Home Economics Award Juanlta
Freeman Andrews Hardy .
Wynn, Lester curry Mrs Hugh !Jarvis Cason and, John Phillip Sou-

Hancock C C Armstrong and Mrs sa Award, in Band, Nancy Harper.A
Pearl McCullough. D Reams Jr Commander of

Dismissed: Rev Dawson Hicks, Greenville American Legion Post, :- NEW
Walter Ferrell Alvin J Sessions. presented the Legion Award for .

Mrs Genalee Huggins. J H Williams ]- achievement to Donald Bishop. ambler 0 0

Mrs Marilyn Brothers and The Rev Virgil Lovett P.">>-...
baby, Eugene Sevor, Elmore Wil nounced the benediction.
llama Mrs Ann Tudor and baby, Seniors were presatedelJow Th. Rambler American 2-Door built compact car. Parks any

C C Armstrong. George Parker, F roses" the class: flower, as they,be- Deluxe Sedan above give you where. Room for a family of sis I IV'E AT LEAST 205

B Webb, Jr and Master Freeman gars the recessional J' topqua1ityatAmerica".1oweot And so easy on gas You save -- .- -

.Andrews Ushers were: Emma Cone. Tina price-only $1795. You save at when:you boy-you save as you

BABY TUDOR Bowers, Luther Pickles, and Cecil' I least $117 over any other U.S.fe .- drive when you Go Rambler.

Born to Mr and Mrs George Tu Sistrunk I, twMtf JUwfcM 2-Owr Mat MM...H ....aA.t...,.tt oicr.NS JS .....n CIn'Jbt 6
'dor May 30, baby girl weighing Dorothy Barclay, Sarah Ann Barclay ct' '.tIM. bra HM.AS plea.*pfc i.1..*NIIYI laid is...w. _,........
on a
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I M 4 poa II fIttIrJ.oe.Y w rnt.II _tS a gar IIC can rat tMtfcr Africa 2-< CMn StittM Wins to
9 Ibs and 2 ozs. Faye Bishop, Jerri Bowers 'I ==rc.d 5,:Is*$f2 S-. ,adoe sf nM
Ann Cone, Juanita Cason Juanita : r. .or Y.3,t>w.wt ,
COLORED PATIENTS ; .* Your Rambler Dealer Today
Admitted; Baldwin: Green and Day, Carolyn Fulford Nancy, Har;
Brenda Jones. Discharged: Rosa per, Glenda King Olivia Lawson 'it

Mae Lane. Sally' Wright Ma Bisby. Georgia Mugge, LInda Sheffield. s Vickers Implement Co., Inc.

Louretta Stephens Suzanne Strupp. .
Born to Brenda'. Jones :June Ii Donald Bishop, Almon -.mon. R :9 3t: 8. RANGE ST. MADISON, FLORIDA

'a'baby g\rl weigMnff 6 Ife* ad'l. oz., M Blanton, Jimmy (rude Jimmy
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:\:': Arriving June 15th-One Carload of Wizard Home freezers. "



,: Auto Store Madison. ,. Florida .

=-- II I lawn and CONSTRUCTION
,. u......__.. ....4 'rIfraftd ". Foley mowers,
6 4S5 ::5
BROS. 57 : service.
STUMP New and Remodeling

tr HOWERTON SU. rLY. p Howerton Supply Co.

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306. SOUTH PATTERSOiN VALDOSTA, GA. 54, .) ,,.., .MONTHS -ILLNESS:: Once InAVhile- -
Sheetrock 4 x 8 x 3/8", ,1tes Virgie Webb, age 42, died We have more articles than wo

sheet .. ... . .. ...'. $135. ,_,-y nfeM. May 2nd in a can publish and have to hold them
AVWt. FJwtoa; Jfetfita"".afteT a fourfk9rtb for a week later. Should this happenin

II ,215-lb. Roofing.Shingles, 5 oI 1 *.* iRa+..est!' 9hto rfaf' born in 1he$ ease of your clam bake.

sq. .....'. ./;. ..,. .. . ..' .a 1 'Tartar Co4* y 41. ypmrs She neat 1 itea party or quilting be*, kindly
"" ... ; ,\ .. a ineniber of 3tt CMive BaptistSItrvIVbti : to fto| *>D up and eats us out,
2-r 0 .x 6-8 x 1 5/8" aiahogany 4 CC "'. Ipt. waft .. JlW, da?* Thank The
Hush Door, ea.; .. .. .. 'u .. 1 aft ap.t, t1o01I -
4 8 xp/4" Int., t 74c5 44 A" Ata. __. ,' '.'VSIXO COMPLIMENTED
-. x 2 85 ,J
{ sheet .* ..?. & ..; .. ,. ........ > "iJ'( 4'S" ,.. .. ..
.. 4 < 'r ft I l' Illgn><---w b th '. '4,., Bentfey entertainedft '
( d 4 8. xfe/4" In r .. stated tea Twesai -
x *
Ply -
IOMa two cra" idre ,
..'Sheet ....p. .*?...... .!. ; i'l I I half .t., Mrs '' hfr home <'....H-
'" ; her
8InC-Jtfrs Madse Jann-
on c t .. ..
4 .Full.'I1 ck Insula 57 ooU JJ..ytI..( #
5.: ... of Mdntte iki who hrthus
t per M .Jw.v.' .J.... ... .. l. .'" 'f;... ;' 311"ft4W'" k'ere, hM at 3 p wfin Tie is
guest week, rooms were
JB.* :' : 15 ( & 3O jib Fell -9--0-a l .X ,t 9pturs0a...-w-iat/ wu in Midwayeemtrt1ry [decorated with spring lOW'eM.' '
i rolL..i. .. 'I"'I :' negatives! and family
t', per : .. .f..I" : J I qt } with v Beg Funeral 'Guests were
: !*' f't.
t. friends. lees and smaU cakes were
<* Celotex' Sheeting 4 :", .. : .. ,. + .-a ., ".". ....... Ie'In \ harrficv Dozier

'.1 .:1' per JML .. ...t.: : 6) 9>>,. "'...-\1" )'llS\\1f_ am JaJGdc RaIIMC Ssip, Madbaf: R A, Lorntee Cothran served'- "',

Prefinished Birch .:.t.10.40 '' /"" "i : f" < s or.Jrta6oa"F1orIda < ,At l++w )ll hann..... )leaN''

1 sneet_>ki. *. .... ..i*.- .... .. : .J: < ? '" Ow chi of their dauber x.'JtaII *. Gordon Ragancvand Let muffler and tail

.. Elaine Ratee*. 11-Ce/
MahoganYw.PlyWoad, S .
.Prefinished :. .560 r S. 5555 5 s r < ; .
., O *M"' BeM.Mtrs flees' check
to tl pipe
i '. ; tt experts your
Wllli MtW, Gene
< .. nIr7! :
Joe WttKam Da\is t
\ 1teet..l.f: 3 85"' S P IIIIpt.. Cleo McOamnk. Fred exhaust free!'
son of llr and Din Benjamin FranklIn Davis John Henry MaUib and I system
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1 InteTiofelLatex; Paint. .IIL '." ,.2.8: 5"f..' % of Madison, Florida.t .. t '1''J. ;.>..,.;' Muffler l and tail pipe
Tie wedding will be
plans f'
gallon' *. .i.......;,.. :" :. : announces at a later-date. tMiss F
Haines graduated with the 1960 Class, at Madison !U h ,
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'1 Asphalt Floor Tile, .. '.., ::J'i '. 09 School, and Is attending Georgia Rainess College at .Valdosta,,.Ga. CRAM LING--CROWLEY installed for f only

!.' < .PC. .. ., .. .. .. .. ..). '-.:: if..: .'' Mr Davis a graduate of the 1958 Class at Madison High School Mr Wiytan J Crowtey announces
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,. Floor Tile'; JJ :" ',', graduated in the 1960 North Florida Junior College Class in M dl. } the approaeWrt? marriage 'of his : ,
Vinyl.Asbestos He will 19cSERVICE
son. enter FSU at Taliahassce. -,.
? .. I Gladys to Mr Donald H
P ..... ..4! .'. : if x1. it cteufchter.4. ,
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Lighting Futures & Electrical. Supplies. at same low 'pri&sPA GET POLIO 4 VAC I NATION 0r FOLEY'LAWN, bIQNERSnxIccssrrtATrox : 1 June Gramling.18, 'at of Dal Madison Penn.yvatda.Yv Florida .on ,.! I ; ; D' ,!" ;V {S'" ". ...""

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Jaeksohville-A pre-surfiner -Appeal -X i": .. ,"""" 'J. : "

*CASHPAYLESSSTUMP for the polio immunization of 10 per cent Down Payment MOTORS I' Mrs Clara Moacrief and Mrs'I STATION '
the thousands of unprotected children HOWERTON ''Emily Johnson of Talladega \\'ereI
BROS. and adults in the state was recent visitors of Mr and Mrs Jim HU 3-6601 MADISON FLA. I

S issued by the Florida State Board Moncrief.. .:- .. .
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I Dr James
--' -- 0 Bond State Epidemiologist

"JUnmy Bevan and Miss Ruth said it is estimated '

Burton of Atlanta are guests this !there are still some 800,00 persons I, '
wweek of Mr and Mrs Joe Bevan Geodyear Tires $11.95 under forty in the state who nave : CURED .,

mnd Mr L :E Leslie They will had no polio Immunization. He noted I .' .

t leave Friday to Sevan's return to graduation Atlantato 670 x 15, An-Weather, tube-type. that the number of recorded polio I I fen

'at',attend Georgia Mr Tech. Mr and Mrs plus tax and recappable tire. cases in Florida this year Is still,

Bevan will accompany them well below that reported at the] ,
-:: : same time last year. lie said 23'! M h

.. *.. Hamilton S ,MESSER cases are on record this year, 17 of 1
Dr and Mrs Marshall them !
paralytic. This
Bonnie will spend
and daughter where I 65 cases at ,the same time last year,I
next week In St Petersburg & Tire Co. *
BatteryMr with 46
Dr Hamilton will attend the Coun- paralytic. It is too early
dl of Presidents of Junior Col. to predict that this will be a light,i '.t
leges. polio year" the doctor said "bow-i
ever, if every person would* take' a
: and :Mrs J L Wynn and family
the vaccine, this could! be assured" munI
sHoPiAT attended the graduation of their !
son, John Maurice Wynn from IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 3rd :I lJI1 3 VLtI't Ill!
Mississippi College, May 29th. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA -
W M Calhoun Plaintiff

Only Two Years before another vs. I
election rolls around! Be thinking C, H. Calhoun, Defendant ..

r now about your ads Which will DIVORCETO "J .. ..
: C H Calhoun, 135 N.
Convince the dear voters you are Jtonte-1 I
nma Street. Presoott
Old Fashion Bargain l the man. Remember we' can help You are hereby notified I .

you I write ADS, plan Campaign! Complaint for declaratory decree:
Cards and Posters and take .those IUd been filed against you and:
\ '> Days Statesmanlike photos of You. :you are required! to Terre a copy!! and still going StrONgI! '
THE E-R of your Answer or Pleading to the'I
Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney ;
David Lacier: & W T Davis
t ; I whose address it Madison ,
Florida This stove unit is a part of a single Gastobac Curing) System that
and file the original answer or, .
OLD TIRES ,: Pleading in the office of the. Clerk has cured 120,000 pounds of tobacco--end it's still going strong!

of the Circuit Court in and for' The safest, most serviceable unit on the market, Gastobac curers

Madison* County. Florida on or before produce more profitable tobacco-tobacco that pays more because
ARE UNSAFE the 2 day of July A. D. 1&60.!! rich oils and gums stay in the leaf, make it weigh out heavier,
S S If you fall to .do so. Decree Pro I
Oenfesso will be entered against with richer aroma. .
Spring Tire Sale is now jgoingonrCome \ l' .you for the relief demanded tnf.. The Gastoboc TurboFIamc burner is made of heavy cast iron and, +

In and get your set. ', the 'Dttl of Complaint a t lifetime guaranteed built; to outlast the life of your barn The I
The Enterprise.Recordcr is hereby
of Firestone Tires Now at a designated as the newspaper inwfeieB strong wire guard frame is made of 8-gauge electroplated steel I I

.. great savings* ; said order shall be pub&hcd and is designed to take a lot of punishment. !

once a week for four consecutiveweeks. this with the / ;,
Guarantee the safety of your tobacco year, longest-

WHnca ray" hand and official seal fasting tobacco curing units-Gastobac 9as-fired curing systems..

this 2 day of Jane, A. D. I960. i\
.- 55 404tpdDLTell S
h. ,H 'em your saw it.IrcK.JIM.ne. ii I i W. C. COPELAND JR. "



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for Jane U, 1HOI \

i t THE NOTION that you can find
what is right by aeelng how
.tnany people do it, I* not an Men \'
you can find in the Bible. If what ', ,
the majority of people do make
:janythlng tight, then you are really rM
deciding right and wrong by voting
on It. The truth is, the majority of
people are wrongat ; :.
least as often \
** they are light ,"
Jesus believed
that in fate day atw k
{ any rate, the majority "a
wag or.the* z
"WrODe'road..< \ t ta

There are two

l : i .raya or roads
through this :

world, he laid, x>r.* : ,
on.is broad and the other narrow, ,
One is easy to'ted the other you .rwwr ?r I
cannot ftcd so easily What is more,
the broad road is popular and the 1 i.
marrow: foad is not But the real t
question to ask about any road is: \
t 'Where does it got Where shall X If 1 S\1

|and if I follow ItT 4 5,
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t ft .IHe tr to ieIrtMIIu, ,

t i ottes..ute You and.would destruction think are,, any oppo-one

could see that. But to judge from
the way.many people act,it is plain Ic1
that they think the same road leads Ic// 1 i
both to destruction and to life. I
Many a man walks the broad read -

Math plenty of company,, Joxowteg I ;
(or at least having heard) that the I'I .
road ends in destruction. But ,be A ./ __ ____
thinks Life l a wayside .top, Jn- -,-
deed he rather pities.te poor leek v
that took the narrow-reeky ue.ltolit. '

.,. wb.nlt'is'.o much pussaater I 1
to take the broad road. The tntth I I4s iif A-I a THE CHURCH FOR ALL .. I

t on the contrary, that.you oaat ALL FOR THE 'CHURCH I
,reach Life br.U.ro4; that: foes to
,Itatructioa.:: ;Xou: have to chooee. The Church is the greatest factor pa,earth for I

'IssipiiN. the building of character and good.citizenship., I

Why is it that the road to life Is, It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without .

sparsely traveled and the road to strong Church neither democracy'nor civilization

}destruction people prefer crowded dHtrret? It xi._It''1.that the 1 I. Fen -sitti ils l't"the safest occupation for the small fry, even, if it is can survhrv. There are four sound reasons* why and .
attend services regularly
'n>*d that attracts them.Let's look every person
.at one attractive feature (that ii fun. 1 S support the Church. They are: (1)I For his

< to may, one that does attract unthinking But 'fence-sitting for grown-ups is neither safe nor fun!' own sale. (2) For his ch 1dren's sake. (3) For

travelers) of the broad the sale of his community and nation. '(4) For.

highway.! It is like the broad concrete A man has to take a stand..He must let the world know his convic the sale of the Church itself* which! needs his,
that cross our na
-tion. Wider and faster roads are tions. He must live them! moral and material support. Plan to go to

being built all the time; but the church regularly and read your,, Bible daily..
accident rate keeps going up. One The principles in which we' believe can perish while we dawdle .uncommitted "
reason why the broad road is preferred '*. '
Book Verses
uncertain unchurched
is that you dont need to use or.
your brakes on It very of tsn.%Tlr.r e ra Sunday Revelation 3 15-22 .
Behind the iron curtain who determined to overthrow free
are no stop-lights on a throughway men are Monday Matthew 25 31.46 ,
for most of Its distance. But dom and faith' hide neither their communism'nor their atheism. Tuesday Psalms 116 ],,19..
forgetting about brake ha He )\ '
Wednesday Deuteronomy 8 6-20
dangers.There wed to be a stretch. : '
of road in North CaroMaa, shut Here in America.on a Sunday morning; DQ man .can afford'-to sit on Thursday Hebrews 11 1-40

equally divided between a pretty' .tie fence IF he believes in _Crod/andjn jhe right. .to worship Him jn.the: .. Friday Psalms 85 113Psalms .
125 1-5
straight shoot throw** Jew MBs. % Saturday
and a very crooked steep cHtob up Church of his_choi Ct3.
the Blue Ridge. For year ea end 1
then was not a fatal accUeat on
the narrow, steep and cracked
part of the road, but many accident ,
*on the straight stretch-to the '
oast. Going up the aouaUfa or .. '; .,.',. ." ;"''Ji1": f'.
down, drivers were carefaL Bat ,. :, .... -_ :

once down they would let the '4"' : ,, -- ...,-- S__ W'/ -'-"""- -
brakes go and zoom off many of ] -
them to early death. So it is for

person or for nations: life without I .ftlJO.w.1rp'.JIP', : ,,_. __ .._....__...., + ",_ ., ; .,.. ,
brakes goes vwiftly to destruction. '"1'];.Un ...-r-r"" 1.- ... ..MX'i" : 'r*;'A*. :'Y :: r _
And the name for the brake we i '
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"" major by the name of Jim Cmce.eit ScnkeBCT Rev Paul Touchtoa read the
Tttt $11J5 Scripture lesson gave the invocation
Bowen who baa
only two di
---- James T Barber chose for and benediction. Waller Whit-
670 x 15, ALWetWterttkrlre' BLINDNESS IS NO HANDICAP TO tonal vision. Engaged just Uit- hi* topic Sunday night when he lock played the traditional marches.
20-YEAR-OLD U F JUNIOR weekend they plan to be curried delivered the Commencement sermon The choir sang God of Our Fathers
type, plus tax and 'rte In December or next June after to the Madison High School with trumpet accompaniment by
tire. her graduation iraduation dais The Pathway For Larry McWOliams Tom Coody and
By Arline Phillips Beth U looking forward to settling Happiness." Three points. empha- and Johnnie Hodnett. .
Gainesville Sun Staff Writer"I down and sited in the message were the
keeping bouse. 1
M sserBattery&Trek" m my own impressions of necessity to be strong physically
: love to change my room around OUR BUSINESS is helping'YOUR
what people look like by the way quite often, she pointedout.. 1 mentally! and spiritually, and above BUSINESS. THE E R.C .
they talk," said Beth Bishop, attractive all. to have the moral courage to
c. just hate getting into a routine*
20 year old junior at the After ..
the wedding she
University of Florida. plans to begin ,
teaching English.
"C Many people could make the Concerning the final exams now: ,c ftt CM.'M**sl7 Sfe hi setv Si**)*,IeC-tv....Pst kkoas 13mssr Stsssswossn ate./A &:ty.
same tateannexcept" that
Bethis .
In full 1 I
blind swing, she commented nonchalantly I
that she loves-them,, A\ .'. ..'
To her
BetretW test impressions'this
least know- '
reporter bad herself.described you what you'll be
Beth guessed correctly on three doing during that time," she said. q _{\ .

K 1 Miss P arIt/; Ruth Sapp anther, .points:. Not very tall,slender, and All her homewoii'Dd term papers'

fiancee, Don ,l/fWh+ fleWLwere'coeSpllmentwl dark 'hair. She' missed the blue are typed 4". ........ ._'... _. ......- Yti spa .
witK a miscellaneous green eyes which she supposedwere tests same as for',all students -
rfiower Friday nleht in Perry triVe.n'' brownWhile . .' < ,. are given orally bt her ,
f 1 ,
bv Mrs Louts' Bishop at tf*'borne talking; a' park benchon reader with'limJts removedThose (
of Mr and Mrs Howard' Whitfield.: the campus, Beth read some of selected as readers are not classmates
Tw*ntv gush were Invited her novel by Pearl Buck-In braille, of the students they b'Jp. :, '. .
Mixed t'ladlo1l'ena used to of course. Her fingers moved from More than anything else, Beth
decorate the. rooms. The refresh- the sides wants to be a writer of fiction
toward the center, and '
went table "was centered with a S.? : ,
minfatiire bride, and bridegroom though the sentences go the same short stories. Her ultimate < goal:
', flunked with ptnk candles. Punch r as in a normal book, she said, to write a real good book.
ft mke wniaresf and nuts were sieved. "This way Is faster." "I like stories that mean something .
\ ,The honorees received many bcautl Majoring in English education, that are sort of symbolic
.t' fur dfts.Mr Beth has a great deal of readingto she said My favorite author is
and Mm David Cruet and do and she doesn't get college Faulkner". She already had a '. ,. A'sc
i ,Mrs .Tf>>WP11 Bass of Madison, end little start along these lines having f
.: texts in braille-It's too expensive.The } r. ; 4'
M" and Mrs'.S ft 'Kaon and Miss1Abbv y i +
Cruce : of Greenville were solution Is having readers in sold a story at age 13 to achildren's ,

among the guests.i each afternoon which she, recordson magazine. .
-.t::...__.. .. tape and plays over And over to BRAILLE MAGAZINES
4., Mrs Elizabeth' Llnd of St. Peters- fix it In her mind. She subscribes to the braille

r <*'7)urg, a former Mad1 on1an. i. here As for the lectures she has to edition of "Readers Digest and
Vthip week a .:the guest of Mrs S remembsr as much as possible, and sometimes gets Christian magazines
r *P Oriffin while her house east of she ,terms her memory "no better or newspapers anything Iwant I

I Uedlson is ,renovated.-.. 'ifrsrlm than usual. Her B average In all to", she said. "And sometimes
subjects tells ,a different story. I have a big desire to drivea rrY
NO SEEING-EYE DOG car. rm not realty feeling sorry
:. Beth, who has lovely brunette for myself she added quickly. xYA
Let'sC. .s tresses below her shoulders and Asked about problems of dressing -

r peach complexion, walks about the or eating, the University coed I
DOe Sea campus with the confidence of her replied that she never really
'. thought about It. She mostlyby I
20-20( ( vision classmates. goes I

i FIS I lNrG! Asked if she. counted. ,'"steps oJ' from feel in matching her clothes -V I v 4
\ one building to the next she and by smell in deciding whether 1. >.
laughed It's hard to explain, something U good enough to eat.
\ .. really. It's just something you do, Beth is the only child of Mrs .t .
:. ''THE .WINNER' mechanically and I should know my Thetis Bishop and the late Mr .
i' way. around by ,,now." Bishop. Her mother Is working now
She surprises her friends inBroward with the older blind girls in the

V Hall when they move the St Augustine School. L. GAS STRETCHING ECONOMY
furniture around and she still Beth and her fiancee, Jim Are '
of dozen
two a totally or partially
walks 4n the tight directionDorm ,
blind students at the University, a. '
life Is quite familiar to '
all seeking obtain educations mountain sliriiildngperj'orinaiice
Beth. She's been blind since birth to good
and lead normal
and has lived in a dormitory since
.. age six, spending years at the St lives.
Augustine School of the Blind. She Justine E Harlow Jr, bead of theUniversity's CORVAIR GIVES YOU BOTH : '

65 Feet Lead attended Stetson University In De- psychological clinical

18 Feet Wife eA land, first but found a more services; pointed out that these
students capable well Conrair that rolled a whopping 27.03 miles gallonin the
SftaekBarCHARTERS drastic change In coming here are highly The same >> up per I

than between high school and col adjusted Individuals, puking grades MobHgas Economy Run turned around to scale snow-glazed Pikes Peak earlier in ., .
\ on par with their classmates
MONDAY lege.Adjusting Beths feelings are probably the season than any other car has ever dared to try. What better proof could you J
to the busy university .
THROUGH FRIDAY typical of her slght-iiandicapped official Automobile dub observers aboard mile of '
was no major difficulty, since she ask ( United States were every
Leaves Dock 7:30 A. .M. friends who are definitely not .t.
Returns 5 u I P. M. "I likes really having don't lots of feel people that to I meet miss [looking for pli Tm unconscious the way) of Corrair's>> rare combination of light-fingered steering sure-footed

Trips Open To 'la&viduabSaturdaysSuadayHolidays out on much," she offered U X of my blindness."...unless someone traction and tight-fisted economy? Drop down to your .
reminds of It. she said.
DID, I would probably try to find are dealer's and see yourself what it took: to make a gallon of WCOfMBlT!
; ,out how to get into it." She swims .
I look and 14,110 feet of mountain look so small! HHaaBBMJNIt.ju i
'all the tfcne", can bowl and play gas so big .
$ kickball: in addition to checkers Mjev; Fara Tractor _"_ _" "a r / -- -

cards scrabble and other games labraille. 0h

Mil TaylerSTEOOIATCBE TIES h i Sec your local authorized Chevrolet dealer for economical transportation"CANTEY
; Sewing tsnt oat of the question, I t .
made several large stock; priced rifbiMester '
FLA. either; Beth ha r

Cross, City PHONE- KY-IMIS: skirts I do real and well blouses.'but r-Mother. not sure"says,I IIIerJ V MOTOR COMPANY b e1L I If

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Vanmeter Miss Wash-l contracts: Resignations': were received from .1Sen Maroon, a J.'U'.Ixnwu
Carolyn L 1 I
Minutes of the Beard if ington. Elementary School; Mrs Frieda I rSiabcth UUler and Ekora Saund- Scruggs Britten I and a resident of Madam for two
Respectfully- Barber, Mrs Marktrie Brawn en. years, accompanied his parents, Mr
yours Admiral Richard M Scruggs,, retired '
Public Instruction (Sj JAMES GARDENER, High School; Mrs Arlene Norris. Yours trulyS and Mrs Maroon Sr, who were acre
and Mn John W Britten off i
Approved: Fred 'James, Chairman Teachers on continuing contracts I.I.I. \ ] LEXKIC L COLLINS Winter Park were married: Saturday|:to attend the graduation back to
South Miami Mon- .
May 4, 1960 College Advisory Board and reco&mended to continae: Personnel recommendation* above 'their home in
June 4, In the Presbyterian Chapel
The Board met in regular sea Personnel as recommended above I Elementary School: Mrs Fannie were approved upon motion by Mr I at Winter Park. A reception fol-l!, day. Mr Mainor will enter seminary
don on the above date with el;I was approved upon motion by Mr Beck, Mrs Sarah Copeland Mist Smith seconded by Mr Bailey and lowed at the home of the bride's'| to study for the ministry. In. the .
members present The meeting was I Bailey, seconded by Mr Smith and j jcaniect. Mary Evelyn Cottingham. Miss' carried. i 1 family. rear future.
called to order by the chairman; Louise Davenport Mrs Alle Herring Mr Jesse Brown chief mechanic. After a honey-moon at Ponte
:Mr R R Dugan and opened with Personnel recommendations for I :, Mrs Lois Pinion, Mrs Allen for the Board of Public Instruction 'I Vtdra, Admiral and Mrs Scruggs
prayer by Mr Bailey. Madison County 1960-61 school term Tadlodc Mist Irene Williams Mrs; recommended to the Board the replacement arc; at home at Anchorage the Mad-I See EAGLE'S Isle of Sportswear'j
Dr Marshall Hamilton, President were presented to the Board Allrecummendations I, Ludle Wimberty. Mr Hazel Wood- of eight privately owned i Uor. County home of Adm. Scruggs.:
of North Florida Junior College I were submitted by* ard Mrs Frances Mercer: and Mrs buses with county owned equipment I J D Scruggs Jr brother of the
and Mr Van H Priest, Chairman of the principals concerned acted on!Miriam Paulk. The chairman conducted a discussion .; bridegroom was among the guests. I I
North Florida Junior- College Ad- by School Advisory Committees and tl] High School: Mrs Alice Brown, of this recommendation as presented -

vlsory Committee were present and nominated by the Board of Special Mrs Janie Brown Mr Richard by Mr Brown. Following Mrs Stanley Bland, who underwent
presented the following recommen- Tax School Trustees. Brown, Mrs Louise Browning, Mrs I discussion, a motion was offeredby surgery, recently In Tallahassee
lnttong: April 20, 1960 Jane Cantey. Mrs Lucille Cherry,' Mr McLeod, seconded by Mr is now convalescing' at the

May 4,' 1960 Mr Griffin Bishop, Supt. Mr Orris Day, Mrs Carolyn Edwards I Cherry and carried instructing the' home of her sister, at BarwIck, Ga.
Mr Griffin Bishop, Superintendent I Board of Public Instruction Mr C C Matheny, Mrs Clare secretary' to advertise for bids on II'II'I
Board of Public Instruction 1 Madison Florida Morrow Mr David Smith, and Mrs I six: 4S-capadty school buses and I
Madison, Florida I Dear Mr Bishop: Ruby Ulm. two 60-capadty buses. The s< Dear Mr. Bishop: The following persons were rre n. The following teacher has Indicated .''I tail was further instructed to
Following the opening or'bldJ on I, mended' for reappointment and he docs hot wish to return, nuke application for a 23727 loan A .June (aY cafe
the construction of the North Flori-1 favorably passed on by the Advisory J next' yean Mr Lawrence Thomas.I .' in the amount of $30,000 to the .
cda Junior College Administration Committee on April 19th. J recommend that this resignation State Department of Education for
building on April 22, at which time! Recommended for continuing contracts -;'!be ,accepted with regretRecommcnddations purchasing this equipment. The motion -. AtL-ways/ .
the lowest; bid was approximatelyforty for the first time: 1 I : for the elementary ..I was seconded by Mr Cherry ; : opt.
thousand, dollars more than', Mr Gene Stroud, Mrs Jearldlne school .personnel are In. and carried.
available money, the Madison County -'I Stroud and Mrs Virginia Fulford. agreement with the elementary I J The Board adopted a resolution! rr
Board of Public Instruction in*, For annual appointments: I school principal, Mr Simon Kinsey,.i requesting NDEA funds hi the I II *
strutted the President, in coopera- Miss Irma Cone, Mr Laf cod Jr.The I I amount of 14500 approved for Pro-
tion with the faculty and the College Eddlns Mrs Minerva Andrews Miss complete list has been discussed 'jest JC-2 upon motion by Mr Me- (It. Ti
Advisory Committee to reetudy Dwanda Barber. Band-vacancy. with the local advisory committee : Leod and seconded by Mr Bailey i

building needs and make recommendations Teachers now on continuing con- and these recommendations I i' and carried. t
as to what adjust- tract: are made with. their knowledge and The Board adopted the school "
mUlti may be made. J C Cartmlll, Herman. Melvin 'C j consent I;"'calendar for the 1960-61 school ,t

Complying to the above E Cash, M L Suggs J L Pate, )11'11 The advisory committee recommends term. 4'j. .
Lion, the President the In.atruC-j June Garbett. Mrs Gwyndoline I that if in any way possible| Applications. for pupil assignment t.. '.
and the College Advisory Com Earp, Mn Frankle Frohock, Miss a teacher of vocal music be employed -; and .....ulnmmtwe reviewedand ,
recommended plans for constructingthe Clara Belle Horncsby Mrs Nellie I to serve all the grades in acted upon by the Board. .. \"\
Administration building be Mae Day, Mrs Coleen Campbell the grades hi the elementary : Financial statements for Grades .: ,
tabled at this time and that'plans i I Mrs Bernice McLcod, Mrs Rosa school and a junior and senior 1-12, North Florida and Sowannee .
be expedited to build the next Bishop and Mrs Irene Waldroff., chorus in the high school. This ts River Junior ,Colleges were reviewed
campus building. "f'*:'t*, "' further I Mr William Coleman baa sub; In agreement with the report of by the Board. .'. I t .!'
recommended that the structureconsist mltlcd his resignation in order to the evaluation committee. Bills were reviewed and ordered: ... ofl
of the following facilities: I accept a position with the Florida Very truly yours : '.
paid.There ': (
1 Typewriting room <@> 800 800 Council.' for the Blind. |ISJ| BURCH CORNELIUS, being no further business _......" ;. .", .., '-"\' :
1 Secretar>'-Sc1ence. The reappointment of Mrs Ha Supervising PrincipalPersonnel the Board. Adjourned.R ,. ,
room @ 800 800 Bowers.for the position of secretarywas as. recommended above R DUGAN, Chairman --s .. 'I", t,,)
2 Full-size classrooms @ 650 1300 also approved by the com was af>)r \"ed.uPon motion' by Mr. ATTEST: ; )

2 Smaller clam ,rooms @. '450 900 mittee. Smith seconded by Mr Cherry and GRIFFIN. BISHOP, Secretary. .
Toilet facilities 250 Sincerely, carried. I. -RECEIVE- -DEGREES-AT-FSU- I
Mechanical ?Room 120 ISl! J D KANEY PrincipalPersonnel April 19.. -1960---
, Faculty Office SpaceIf recommendations above Mr Grlttln-Bbbop- I At the graduation finals Saturday FRESH PEACH!
( possible) 30C I! were approved upon motion by Superintendent of Public Instruction at Fjorida State University seven
Under this arrangement it will: Mr McLeod, seconded by Mr Cherry Madison Florida Madlsonlans J"l' 1Tgraduate degrees
be possible to use approximately<< and carried. Dear :Mr Bishop: I : They were Miss Anne Folsom '
half the building: for temporary ad- April 18, 1960 Recommendations on the teaching BRIE; Mrs Jenobel ZIpperer TAXI SOME HOME 70DAYI Treat the family t :

ministrative headquarters; and hall Lee, Florida personnel for the 1960-61 school AncreBS in Home Economics; to this delicious Super Sue Ice Cream. It's, 'f ,''ti
for instructional purposes. Supt Griffin Bishop term are: 1 I Miss Joyce Elaine Littleton BS in made with luscious fresh peaches, picked at, ; J
The architect indicate he can. Board of Public Instruction J, Teachers recommended,for annual -r I Education; Clayton W Jones Jr i mealtime and if'
The ,
the of flavor. perfect
complete preliminary drawings in Madison Florida re-appointment Dorothy West-1 I I and Arnie Eugene Tate BA in peak :
two weeks and, following approval Dear Mr Bishop: more, Doxthy Little, Woodard Am and Sciences; Robert A. party dessert for summer-a nourishing; '. .
, by the State Department of Edu- I recommend the following teachers Vaught: Ladle Broxton Maggie Mc i Kennedy, Ed D.; Kenneth Frederick playtime snack for children. Super Sao ", i-

cation, he can complete working for annual reappointment for, Queen I II !Burnett, BS In Arts and Sciences.Mr Fresh Peach Ice Cream is super good-and '-..
drawings in thirty days. the school year 1960-1961( : I 2. Teachers recommended for I I ,. shod for you! Enjoy it often. 1 t
Very sincerely yours, Mrs Carolyn Rowe. I re-appointment who are eligible for, and Mrs S S Baker and -. .
)1SJ MARSHALL HAMILTON, I: recommend the following teachers -: and should receive continuing contracts daughter, Martha and son Sammy '"' 9
President who are under continuing contract : I I Jr, of Winter Park arrived Thurs-
I ,
A motion was offered Toy Mr : Andrew Day, Lois Dtekerson. I day for a visit with Mrs J M Paf- .
McLcod and seconded by Mr Bailey :Miss Willie Phillips, MrV"' OllieIdMeey .Edith Daniels.* Mary Alexander I: ford and Miss Jude Smith. Mrs ; : '-'" .
to approve the recotnnwadatteBd a* Mrs. Cleo, Hamrick Mrs!I/>avid Wyche: I: Smith feas en route to Sewannee.Tenn. /EQ
submitted by Dr HeinflboT f Wta Phillips, Mrs Corine Jlemerj j 3. Teachers:who are under continuing to attend the graduation of !. J. '"'i"J ';
Personnel recommendations son, Mrs Cordie Welch, Mr 'JIeDry contract where Florida I: her son, Billy Nichols from the 1
offered. by Dr Hamilton as follows: Reams and Mr Thomas Moore. 1 Statute provide for automatic reappointment i I University of the South, on Monday ) ICE CREAM
May 4, 1960 I recommend Mrs Sue Q/ilck for I : Matthew McKihney, June 6th. r.
Mr Griffin Bishop, SuperintendentBoard continuing contract Jessie Herring, Janie Hanrin Gladys, -xMr r d'E
of Public Instruction j Mn Audrey Whitty resigned,I James, Irene McKInney, Annie )11 I and Mrs Carl D Smith and

Madison, Florida effective April 8, 1960.Sincerely Choice. Byrdine Dean. Elzadie Jackson son, Danny, of Fort Lauderdale M '," I,
Dear Mr. Bishop: I Alma McKInney. Naomi Bentley -: came Saturday for a visit with w M0 .: '
The College Advisory Committee )IS)' 0 L HOLLAWAY, Sup Prln. James Corbin, Vivian White and their aLders, Mrs J M Pafford and
. upon recommendations ,of the President Personnel recommendations above j Anna Golden. I Miss Josie Smith. Mrs Smith and ....: ,

of North Florida Junior College were approved upon motion by Mr I II Yours truly I Danny went on to Sutesboro, Ca, t" *:,"? ,

recommends the appointmentof awrry, seconded by Mr IfcLeodl. IS| | Frank C :Merritt, GT3 t ttbere Mrs Smith attended a reunion .Afl fopvlor flavors/ roes*, Cp,f W/,rem Iy :G ro.Official ,,"-' /, '.
the following full-tune Instructional and carried. Personnel recommendations above of her class of Statesboro /
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personnel: Pinetta, Florida I Ii were approved upon motion by Mr College. '
Mr James Bass, :Mrs Helen L. i Mr Griffin Bishop SuperintendentBoard Bailey, seconded by Mr McLeod and I <
Bowen, Miss Margie Gabriel MrLcroy of Public Instruction carried .
C Glass, Dr Blanche Hardy, Madison, Florida April 11. 1960 used car reports prove The Lark has: !\ '

Mr James C Moncrief, Mr James Dear Mr Bishop: Mr Griffin Bishop Superintendent .
C Moore, Jr, Mr Earl Payne, Dr It is again my pleasure to recommend Board of Public Instruction ij.
John E Sands, Mr Henry Stall- the faculty for the Pinetta, Madison, Florida HIGHEST .

Ings, Mrs Opal Kaney, Mr Robert!Junior High School I have had Dear Mr Bishop: r :. .,
Kennedy, Mr Virginia Kennedy,f the privilege of working with: r wish to recommend" the persons '
:Miss Dorothy Landon, Mr Louis several faculty groups in my life,I I listed below for the following pod- RESALE VALUE .
Thompson, Mrs Marth\ Hart Tom- and these experiences have been 'tiers at Madison Training School
linson, Miss Kathleen Van Alst, and' most pleasant, but never have I!I for the term 1960-S1: :
Mn Emma Folsom Wyehe. known a group that displayed the For Annual Contracts
Mr A J Hargrove and Mn Mildred singleness of purpose or the faith 1 I I| Lorriane Seabrooks Earleen Cor- :Ibugh, bard.to Bruner are on continuing contracts 1 ful cooperation that this group has. '!bin, Marian M Johnson W T Grant salesmen from state after state report 1/' better. This new estimate of,* ; y

and do not need re-appointments. 'j'In view of these facts, I wish to I Chariye Delaughter. Flora Thomas. (RedBook Region A): The value is additional assurance that :!::, :/
Mr Alfred Hofflander is returning -''submit the following recommendations -I Dock R .Choice and Mildred Boynton !Lark definitely holds its value the smart buy or the "Best Buy*' _
" to graduate school for doctoral : .
1 better than other as CARS magazine it-is The .
study and is not a9 candidate for 1. That the following persons be i The following person If held under any puts ..,
the Lark Studebaker. Check : '
these .
6-fMutneer,U.S.car/mduAing by
re-appointment reappointed on continuing contracts: Annual Contract Status according .
Very" sincerely yours, 'I I Mr R R Denson, Mrs Mary Louise II I i to the provisions of Section 231.3 Y'no"t.. Ford, Chnrolctt facts at your Studebaker Dealer's, ..,

|ISI| MARSHALL HAMILTON,, Farnell Miss Alva Gaston, Mn,:Florida Statutes: William 11'Marshall f .
PresidentMr Elizabeth W Hinton, Mrs Charlotte J fl-

Bailey offered a motion which'Hollingsworth,, Mrs Robbie Lee Jnn-t'I The following persons have completed .
'was seconded by Mr Cherry and ton :Mrs Audrey Leslie, Mrs Clara the necessary probationary "" t..1 '
carried to appoint staff members H :Morse: and Mrs Bonnie Shadrick.|,period and are eligible for a con- ? '
as recommended by Dr Hamilton. 2. That the, following be reappointed -, tract: Julia Turner and Doris Hud ;, 4I
The secretary recommended to on annual contract: Mr.son !'
the Board to instruct Mr Emil Ball, Shelby Ladell Brothers. Very truly yours, / .
Architect to delete two classrooms The foregoing recommendations IS! 0 S SEABROOKS ..
from the Suwannee River Junior: have the unanimous approval of Personnel recommendations above: .:
College Science Building as an alter- the Advisory Committee. were approupon motion by Mr 1p
nate and' re-advertise for bids j I. Respectfully submitted, I Smith, Seconded by Mr Cherry and
immediately. This .recommendaUon.iwas I JS| meson T Morrison, Principal carried. I
presented after conference with'!! Personnel recommendations above! t April 19, 1960
# the President of Suwaimee River were approved upon motion by Mr, Mr Griffin BishopSuperintendent .
Junior College and the Advisory I =seconded by Mr Smith and \ of Public Instruction < I
Committee, Recommendation Madison Florida '
adopted upon motion by ,Mr Bailey,!! April 19, 1960 I\Dear Mr Bishop: & .
seconded by Mr Smith ,and carried. Mr Griffin Bishop Recommendations on the teaching
Personnel recommendations foi County School Superintendent personnel for Rural Elementary
Suwannee River Junior College were Madison, Florida :Schools for the 1960-61 school= term .MtRIC
presented to the Board as follows. Dear Mr Bishop: I are as folio=: See IKe Compact without Compromise.'.. TIlE
April 25 '1960 I wish to recommend the following 1. Mrs Leobi Seabrooks is recommended BYSTUDMAltJSfy
Mr Griffin BishopSuperintendent persons to serve as members for annual re-appointment. ,
of Public Instruction oi the faculties of the Madison. 2. Teachers who are tinder con- lET A RECORD-6REAKINB DEAL FROM YOUR STUOEBAKER DEALER S2J 1e-" t = siaas'vincut
Madison County Schools for the )oar 1960-61 I tinning contract where Florida
Madison, Florida 1. Teachers recommended for an Statutes provide for automatic re- M ww
Dear Mr Bishop: nual contract: J r appointxnent are: Mamie Curry, LAZE ? C. VERNON RAGANS ,
t ruts nits :;: .r.:::
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I wish to recommend for employ Elementary School; Mrs Gifts}i Leatha Cooks Helen Myers. The- fOI 24001 C(> 31.9.---s.- -. ,
went at Sowannee River Junior College Baker and Mrs Audrey Brockroan.''ola 'Wilkins, Oliver WflTdn. Hannah 'lOXCSEOAIIStMTASlCVAS =:=.==IIIl' ?: s. DUVAL ST.
the persons listed'below: High School: : Franklin Fins er, McDonald. Alma Pmkney, Jayne aw-. ==
Margaret E Battle, Walter D Mrs Ashley Hardee, Mack Primm,! Scott, dyrne Wright Mildred Her .Mrr4hl.wn...., MADISON, FLA. :.,., :
I Donaldson, Jr.. I Ben> 0Mu .
\, EarleJenyetbel --' 14oetsR. and William Sharp. ring. Lillian Balloon, Carry '\
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fJ{), to receive eortianlnr Marine Franklin ".f werweNwwa Jm.SEIIYOUBS.f$ .ROHlY ?
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I .- Li..i i,- .-"- : SWEET SIXTEEN PARTY

I. ? Let muffler and tail Miss Linda Brothers, daughter of
I Mr and Mrs S L Brothers of Madison

i\ IT'SMAC'S FOR PHILC01Tluflk pipe experts check your :: and with Gainesville a Sweetsixteen was complimented party-

Friday night, May 26, at the
: exhaust system free!I I Twentieth Centry Club House in

Gainesville, given by Mr and Mrs

Muffler and tail pipe '''I'Brothers.younger The social 150 guests set of includedthe Gainesville

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;' installed for only I friends arid a number of Madison

g{ Y * Pastel colors of white, pink and

... t 19cSERVICE blue were noted in the decor in the
. I ,, ballroom. The punch table was
covered with an organdy and tulle-
t cloth embroidered in white and
1 = blue\ Punch bowls were placed at
for the fine
\ you = either end. and a blue satin heart

STATION lettered with Sweetsixteen centeredthe

fiii hacn.7/efiilaraJJZ:'!:'!::':. table with the flower arrangement
busaess you have givenus '

-=-:.:.-===:;==:.- Linda wore on this occasion a
f dance frock of hyacinth blue net

Anniversary "DREAM BAGS' over taffeta and matching wrist
IL c F yry (faring our corsage.
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4 7 Madison friends
attending were-
lpn'g The Greenville Elementary school Miss Nell Norfleet, Miss Marie-
Sale. Remember 'esentedDream Bags"*, an operetta -
I Jane Cantey, Tom Coody and 'Ar-
Monday evening to a large nold Haire.
i audience.

toe hundreds ofHew Mrs LaTond Eddins was director;
M S i we Miss Rebecca MeLeod .pianist. FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT
The scene was In a rose garden
BECAUSE It sloughs off the Infected -
where little girls add boys dressedfor
skin. Then watch fresh
I Dinette
klwlfflg wishing for the Dream
> I bed were healthy skin replace It. Get instant-
Fairy.. The Sandman put them aUto drying T-4-L liquid a keratolytlc, at
sleep and the Fairy broughteach any drug store. If not delighted In
; Sates Oi Sale. one a bright Dream Bag of 3 DAYS your 48c back. Use T-4.L
exciting dreams. FOOT POWDER too-gives anti-
J'i i N Characters included: Dream septic soothing protection. NOW at
Fairy, Mariana Melvin; Sandman,. SMITH'S DRUG STORE. (advt)..
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___ !_ : Jw ,Eddy Brown; Children u. : Lily Davis,
: -L Cheryl McGuire; Jeannie Searboro; G-E Appliances -

JI{ ,.Jllt ...JI{ JSi'. Stephen Jones; Nancy Leggett;
"" ', '0"4' Karen Cartmill; Joyce Davis; Greg Howerton Supply Co.
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x Y Burnley; Gwynn Blair Kenny Har- .
:'" N per; Sara Cone, and Curtis Gar- ,
s r' Roses: Margaret Ann Brown; HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY

: ; I Shirley Bishop; Amanda Reams;

MODEL 8RS02 (Pictured above) Janet Kerr Annelle Johnston; \VE SPECIALIZE IN
Mary Elizabeth Waldroff; Cathy

English and Judy Day.

159.95' 11u. Ft. Model $199.95 Minerva Following Andrews tha presented operetta, three Mrs ,

Washington or her students Rabbit.In a Joyce skit George Booth, t 1 BIRTHDAYWEDDING

Kathy Brannen and Shelby Day'
played these parts.
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NOTICES Park Center Bakery
regardless: of sponsor)

k. *tt* k ALL NOTICES OF MONEY- 422 E. Park Ave.

f (regardless of sponsor) Ga.

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Oar Freezers are' 'w' ; FLORIDAIN
Prices are reasonable. Rising production -
qM +tat RE: Estate of John Woodrow
costs force us to omit ALL
Gibson, deceased.
,'Y. .p, d y yyp t H I FREE ADVER1"I1 'iG. NdTICE TO CREDITORS

Sale at Special Pric SNoW .A IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT, 3rd All creditors of the estate of
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA't I John Woodrow Gibson deceased
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY. are nereoy notified and required: to
IK QLWCERY. file any claims or demands which
a" Sam Ashley, Plaintiff they may have against said estateIn
Befireyw; bay ... the office of jne County Judge
rT r yn { Rosa Green Ashley Defendant of Madison County. Florida, in the
3 DIVORCE court house of Madison, Florida
TO: Rosa Green Ashley residence within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication of
with and address unknownYou
CMfKtre: qtufity are hereby notified mat aBU this notice. Each claim or demand
1 > \ of Complaint for Divorce haj must be in writing and must state
been filed against you and you arerequired the place of residence and post office
/ r'' *- to serve a copy of your I address of the claimant and must
'ipric e,! .: .:" .'. x : : Answer or Pleading to the Bill of be sworn to by the claimant, his
: Lth A. complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney *I ,agent, or' his attorney or it will
become void according to law.
R E Cowart whose addressIs
/ ; Madison Florida, and file the I This 18th day of May 1960.
4 WQ Y e in the !N| Annie Laura Gibson McCown
original answer or Pleading:
; office of the Clerk of the Circuit I Annie ,Laurie Gibson McCown as
\ 4 b Court In and for Madison County I Executrix of the Estate of John
Florida on or before the 20th day Woodrow Gibson deceased. /
of June A. D. 1960. If .you {aUto First publication .
* j ; s p0. do so. Decree Pro Confesso will May 20. 1960, BBS & N, eh-4t

be entered against you for the relief ,;
\, demanded in the BIO of Complaint
I, .... 'ti" oJ," The Enterprise-Recorder Is here
< 'J ts" by designated as the newspaper In
:,'_1&'t which said order shall be published '
;.. .,w, ; once a week for tour consecutive
"i, Witness my hand and official seal
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","'.,.,... :t ; '.. this 18th day of May, A. D.-1960- Courteous Service
.... 11,' DALE :M. LESLIE, Clerk Or- # \
:,','f'{" MAC'SFurniture cult Court. OutstandlngValue..
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And Appliance Appliances I

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uCUCi'S vvuier IiMHHMI Major Appliances.
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-I. OLD TIRES NEW HOMES FINAL DISCHARGE- Georgia Red Sweet Termites Swarming? .t!

(Probate .
Law 1933)
IN COURT OF Till: COUNT Potato Draws. Check CALL
No Money Down Check These!
STATE OF FLORIDA. BurkeExterminating
with E. M. MAY
5 SILLS NOT 3 In re the Estate of Nellie B Tooke. at
Spring Tire Sale is now going '
Deceased In Probate.TO .
on-Come in and get your set ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN Vickers Implement Co. Co.
No. 1 SIDING. NOT No. 2 ,
of Firestone Tires. Now at a 2x8 FLOOR JOISTS NOT 2x8 Notice-is: hereby given that SaraT I Phone 29W Perry. Florida *

great savings.SERVICE TERMITE SHIELDS. Calhoun has filed her final report I I V- :
I as Administratrix of the estate
CRESOTE ALL SILLS AND I of Nellie B Tooke. deceased;
.. FLOOR JOISTS I. that she fifed her petition for final
Same Price as others that. use No. 21. discharge, and that she will apply to THE YIELD IS UP
Material and Three SilU ON
the Curtis D Earp. County -
I 1 --..Up To 10 Yean To Pay I Judge of Madison County Floridaon "
I for approval of same and for final
Get prices specifications from discharge as Administratrix of the ANNOUNCING '
The Heat Then You Will -- ,
Buy '
STATIONW estate of Nellie B Tooke deceased,
From Best
Sparks on this 24th day of :May I960.

Our Satisfied Customers Are Our SARA T. CALHOUN,
I GREATEST Asset As Administratrix of the estate of
I I II Nellie B Tooke, deceasedBUSINESSMEN
W L West attended the funeralof -
his uncle, Rufus Beck at Adel fie biyitg yoir'frmNewsboys. Sparks Best Homes If you want customers every
Ga ,
Monday I E-R week in your store, ten 'em

I' ..: : : MADISON FLORIDA about it in an E-R ad every
: :: ::- : week.
Please DO NOT in the
Agricultural Flying street and make your newsboy run
out into the street to make ft sale. '"
I Spraying-Dusting- Fertilizing' : .
Kindly pull over to the curb. ;
The Supervisors of the Madison Gwdyear Tires $1245
have instructionsto
Our newsboys .
STAY OUT of the streets, and Soil Conservation District held FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN PROMOTES,FIRST:;. ',' .
.t-FASCO) their second annual Soil Stewardship 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type, .
we will appreciate your co-cperat- '
tag with us AND THEM for Dinner in the Madison Restau- I plus tax and recappable tire. 4- ,'. *f ,,'
THEIR, SAFETY Thank you. very rant Thursday evening May 26 at I MON.-TUES.-WED..FRI. 9 AM "TO 4 'PM. :

DUSTS -SPRAYS touch. x 7:45 p m. About fifty ministers and MESSER THURSDAYS AND> SATURDAYS '9 AbI.TO e12 (?9NJi'J: G
HOWARD MORGAN I laymen attended this dinner in observance ,

Highway 90 West II of Soil Stewardship Week Ballery&Tffe Co.' The New .
\ I May 22 through 29. The menu.was "
Phone FOrest 2-2016
Southern fried chicken with all
LIVE OAK the ,
FLORIDA trimmings.
,Service and Repairs W L Gaston, chairman of the Are you peddling insurance,
Board, presided. Rev W D Kels of tranquilizers, shoes, or automobiles -
APPLIANCE REPAIR Greenville gave the invocation, and ? Keep the public informed '
Eugene Mugge gave the welcome of your valuable services Saving & Loan Association
ForFineFabricsaidAllYour DICKIE} THOMAS address on "What is in the Future with
an inexpensive 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA.
for Us. Rev W L Wynn. Pastorof
weekly ad in The E-R, saying
Nttitss MADISON, FLORIDA Pinetta Baptist Church gave the The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small
Sewing I Shop located opposite Harris Supermarket response. Carl W Burnett introduced :nice things about local folk? Enough To, Know Your
3lcCALL-SIMPLICTTY PATTERNS the guest, John D Griffin >since 1865. .
Area Conservationist .gave an
.:. I II Leave Inessa: ., at call James Radio & T-V /
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together. Blalock Rains led the
I Shop HU 3-6793: 3-pcTset Bonded"
group in singing "America". Save on "Beauty ,

t \ For the program. L C Brune, .
Work Unit Conservationist, showed .
I' Rent, an adding machine or the movie The Earth Is the \ ATDOWLING'S GLIDER GROUP

typewriter at E-R office. Only Lord's Following the picture W B ,

( $1.00 a day, $4.00 per ,week, Coody gave the benediction.. :

I ." $15,00, per month. '-, IS YOUR ORGANIZATION holdIng d
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. A !LLr!. IU J.j ...i.1i.jllli: ] drive, selling cookies throwing a

....r For The Best QualityReUpMstemg catfish supper, or promoting au ,f
entertainment? If fOe play it cool ,,, .
and promote it wjth low-cost spot t
CALL AT ads on WMAF and In THE E R. II DOWN, .

at the most reasonable prices :.

CASTLE PARK SHOPPING. For Quality Furroture( .

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Phone CH 4-2767 Valdosta, Ga. Frigidaire AppIianes


A Bigger Yield Wells Furniture Co.

From Every Field MADISON FLORIDA .'
I _._ ._ Call 'or Write .' 1Y
Bee!/. Butty 8 r Wetter

415 S. Horry St, Madison WHEN \ .

II I,I fr c% Phone HU 3-6650 \ yOU GIVe"- '/ .

Hours: 9 to 11, 12 to .3:30 I r
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Box 1004 311 S. Forrest St

Phone CH 2-4970 GilDER, CHAIR & ROCKER '


-.j'e WORKUnconditionally For summer comfort and fun The per i r
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EASY TERMS I more protection than ordinary enamel;
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BRIDAL sxowERMist corsage oy toe hostesses. white> cake d eeoz'ated with pink .
,..Iot.,..' f' Mrs Harold Bland entertained with rosebuds was served by the hostesses
: Phfllis Emocenc Singletsry, games after which the honoree Miss Sharon Bland Mrs H Sporting Goods
: I daughter of Mrs Nellie Singletary, opened tier lovely gifts. She was Bland Mrs Sam Winters and Mrsj j
was honored with a bridal showeron assisted by Mrs Jean Hunter, Mrs: R Collins. Bryan Electric Co. \
i ; Thursday June 3rd at the recreation Bland and Mrs Singletary.The Miss Singletary will become the
.BATTING J a hall of the Cherry Lake Bap-I table covered with white I bride of W H Fletcher on June. 12th.
: 'i. tist church with 20 AVERAGE S She was presented a beautiful owus. Punch, mints, crackers anc Baptist church at 2 o'clock next Sunday afternoon.

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Miss narrow band of taffeta held with ,
.'. a rosette in back from which sash :
James Edward ,J:' ends fell to the hem of the waltz ;
,. length skirt She wore a bandeau : ? ;
Hardee Jr. Wed Iif-; headdress her gown.of organza Her bouquet leaves was matchIng of, I. : ; > ... '._ .:: I ,
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pink: roses and carnations tied with' .
Baptist Clwck: satin and tulle. II' ; .:, :;....i'I .........r _" ,, -_........"' ....- -. .lI )f. ..( i't,- .

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wore a sheath gown pf mist blue i -t l'- 1# .
Miss Ruth Sims -became the bride chiffon enhanced by Alencon lace <.: :.. : : .:.* ;" :
of James Edward Hardee \Jr In a l' with square neckline, cap sleeves' .... I "

candlelight, ceremony performed by and softly shirred midriff complimented .'.:,') :; .:...
the' Rev W L Wynn, assisted by the,!I by matching accessories. Her ,. .... ...' ,
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Baptist church, at 7 p. m. Saturday: Mrs Hardee the bride -oom'j ; : : :
June 4th. mother wore a sheath of poudre .
The bride :is the daughter of blue 'lace and satin: The V neck J :...... \I
Mrs James Lewis Sims, of Cherry bodice was formed pf rows of lace .
Lake, Fla, and the late Mr Sims.Hie with matching satin cummerbund. '.j
', bridegroom is the son of, Mr Her corsage was of white cymbldlum!
and Mrs James E Hardee of Mad.! orchid .
A reception, given by the."ride's .
son.Waller WbiUock, organist and mother, Mrs Sims, followed the I
Robert Turner, of Lake City, soloist ceremony in the church parlors. .
offered the wedding music. Mr The bride's table was covered, fi&1 n ,. : "
Turner sang Because, and Mr Whit- with a handsome Imported lace ,
locks selections Included I Love Thee cloth and was centered with tie I .
Meditation from Thais, Liebistraum tiered wedding cake topped with a I IWFia
and the traditional marches. miniature bridal bouquet and encircled __ _
Vows were spoken at the 'altar with a wreath of white rosebuds '
decorated with standard arrangements carnations and satin 'ka\U.1 j ,,... s

of white gladioli, carnations Tan antique .silver candelabra holding : )
and mums against background of white candles, with hosegtfys of ,. ""
palms. A tracery of lacy ferns and white rosebdds lily of the valley 4I -: t. ': ..
many lighted+ cathedral candles, and carnations at, the bases completed : (. ,
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casting a soft glow, completed the I the decorations. 1b'/1 .
effect Nosegays of white carnations Mrs Erect Freeman and Mrs R C -r
knotted with satin ribbons 1 Dickinson cut the brides cake. Pouring I $ t .M f
marked the family pews.The I punch were Mrs W B Sclph, :
bride entered the 'church 1 Mr; L R Sanders, Mrs L H Malhis! ......
alone. She had as her matron-of- and Miss Myrtle Kirby. Mrs Vernon '" ,r.. ,
hunor and only attendant, Mrs W Henry kept the bride's book. y r iI'
C Copeland III of Tallahassee. Mr and Mrs Howard Studstin and: 1 ti
Mr Hardee acted as best man for Mr and Mrs W C Copeland Jr
Ills son. Ushers were Tom Hower received guests at the door. ,,
ton, Theodore Fralelgh Jr W C Assisting hostesses were Mrs Fred
Copeland III, Jimmy Bevan, R C! Hardee. Mrs J E Hardee, Mia Alice I '. ,'
Dickinson Jr and Dr Richard: A Sims, Mrs Charles Hembree, Mrs.
Martorell of Tampa. W D LeVellle I Joe Bevan Mrs J P Johnson Mrs

of Daytona Beach and Sandy Har Emmie Howerton, ){I'IV B Goody,, > ,
dee, brother of the bridegroom.ijQurance .1 Mrs T J Beggs Jr, Mrs A F Harrison : \i I
:: and Cary Hardee, two! Mrs Frands Phillips, Mrs
younger brothers of the bridegroom,! H D Oxford Mrs Carl Karstedt, ,. '
lighted the altar candles. I Mrs H C Merryday, Mrs Turner: % iEI'
The lovely bride chose for her: Davis Mrs Raeburn Home, Mrs -,0 .
wedding a froi| 3ihlt( l,+RW'n of Cecil. Sullivan ,and Mrs Waning; r
antique taffeta. The delicately W-. I w' .r
molded Empire bodice featured Serving were Misses Kathy Morgan -

appliqued imported Alencon lace Cherry Morgan Anne Roberts ....
forming a scalloped portrait neck; 'ran Harrison Mary Howerton and
.. line and long tapered sleeves ender JMI Hembree. ;,,1 ..i, .
in lily points at the wrists. Tta After sp ndm1 idle with their .
long princess lines of the gown ;ucsts Mr and Mrs Hardee left one 7 "
drifted into the voluminous skin wedding trip. They will reside In t {; { .
sweeping lavishly into the wide Madison where Mr Hardee is en- : ";;'", .
pleated cathedral 'train Her fingertip gaged in business with his father r
veil of sheerest illusion war JL1L
in the Hardee Motor Co.
attached to a pearl %nd ,lace tiara. Mrs Hardee wore for traveling a .
cascade of of the t
She carried a lily blue linen dl'ftl1th matching "
vlley, tiny white sweetheart .roses orchid '..
jacket white accessories and :
and Snow Song orchids tied with .. .
satin ribbons and tulle. corsage. .
Mrs W C Copeland III, matron ot ... '
honor, wore pink organza overmatching ii i
taffeta. The Princess style Mrs J B Logan, of Valdosta,
'sister of Mrs Ed Bland "'entered
gown featured a deep yoke of em-I
broidered organza with a bateau the hospital In Valdosta, Sunday.
J\C-"kl1 and short sleeves. The high for treatment. "*,

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broad ire, '.
for yean our Homeowaen Policy gives you ..
windstorm theft,liability protection.Yes,it covers those;,

kitchen afpfeaces aid fat' afeoet everytfeSag dee you 4Mve. GET VALUE LIFT REFRESHMENT TOO !. {1 1t ,
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protection you seed CaD'us for a cteckap -,: ;
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f County Commissioners'Proceedings the fiscal .)'MrI196061.. The Board
agreed to this proposal.

; TO MY FRIENDS IN MADISON COUNTY: the Mr James Stanley, representing
iiii1W.B.DaYISk. Madison County Development

Authority, informed the Board that
Messrs T F
I would like to personally thank each friend-In each" of the Livingston and R W
for Sale MADISON FLORIDA Milner will have completed their

I Counties of this Circuit who gave me the benefit of their good June 1. 1960 terms of office as ,members of tho

The Board of County Commission Madison County Development Authority
help and support in the recent primary election but as it Is not on June 28. 1960. Mr Stan '
of Madison I
era County. Florida met
HELP WANTED: Icy recommended that the Board '
SALESMEN OR AGENTS practical so that.I can.do that, I am taking this method of expressing this day In regular session. The i, two new members to appoint be
j Hon
Chairman. Wilbur G Rutherford -
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: my appreciation, and If In '!be future I can do:either I called the meeting to order., recommended to the Governor for
250 per hour or more for part All positions on this Board.
members ,
ACREAGE FARMS were present The I
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL or fall time route work. Large re- of you a personal favor, I will be glad todosoifitisatall Chairman opened the meeting witha Whereupon, there being no fur'
peat orders. Man or woman. Write co :* ther business, the meeting adjourned.
McNESS CO, Box 2766, DeSoto possible WILBUR G RUTHERFORD Chrm.AT .
APPRAISALS Henry J Blasick Director of
StA., Memphis 2, Term. 41-2t-pd ..tf, *y* I *PPy P:
the Suwannee River li
TITLE INSURANCE Cordially yours; brary Mrs Peter Stern Mrs II
112 West Base Street BOY OVER 17 WANTED for night I I 06 Kramer. Mrs MeHous Moore. Miss

MADISON. FLORIDA work from 4 ill 10 p. m, Monday : HAL .W.. ADAMS Irene Williams, members of the '.1

Phone HU &6277I. I thru Saturday. Apply IIU L- ,I .. Madison County Library Board Termites Swarming?
.. ', '. and Mrs Vema Wlftendlrk, State
3-6400, Madison, Fla 40-It-ch : CALL
J Librarian met with the Board and t
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Business Opportunities discussed the Suwannee River Reg. BurkeExterminadngCo.
I I. POSITION WANTED: Stenographic tonal Library program. It seems that
:Restaurant & Filling Station, or general office work. Massey Madison Graduates CU-ffiefd Wedding this program 'has been very satis
I excellent location for Truck Stop. Business College 6 years ex; factory and has been given national :

i | Large comer lot 285 ft on high perience. Shorthand, typing, bookkeeping Announced recognition. Mr Blasick and Mrs
, way. and teletype. Best of Efghjy. lis Kramer asked the Board to appro Phone 293-J Perry. Florida

<> 2 bedroom home, Ig dining room references. Call Hunter 36829or .

i breakfast room double carportComer write P. 0. Box 576. 35-If-Ch This Is Your Life Dr Marshall I Mr and Mr William Burton Clark

, lot $8500. terms. Hamilton, President of NFJC told of Madison I
LIVE STOCK AUCTION hare announced the
I m Large 7 room home. Cor. lot, 2 SELL and in the eighty; graduates of Madison,''marriage of their daughter SINGER SEWING
, your cattle bogs our Miss MACHiNE CO.
blocks from school. 19600. Terms High School ,
at the
graduation ex- .
I auction each Monday. Sales start at Rosemary OteHa dark to William
t can_ be arranged.LILNDY 1:00. MONTTCELLO STOCK excises Monday night at Lanier Field.Diaries Stiefel Jr, son of Mr and
,YARD, Inc. Monticello, Fla. An audience estimated at more than"I Mrs 5VQ1W Charles StieSel of'' 109 S. PAtTERSON STREpr

J. YttHER1EALTOI Registered Angus bulls for sale he five hundred heard the speaker as White Plains, N X I VALDOSTA GEORGIA .
depicted the class .
twenty-five_ The .
at aU t1meL.J. wedding was performed enFefcroary ft.
yean hence looking back through 20 by Rev Allen E ,H Ifach1 RepaIr Rental Sewing Course .
p the memories of the class to find Bartlett Jr. In Alexander City, Ala.

Byron Hotel Phone HU 3-6848 D. Scraps guldeJines for their future. Principal -I The bride is a sophomore at' .
Burch Cornelius Introducedthe New Macliles $59.50 aid
MADISON, FLORIDA: speaker. Griffin Agnes Scott College, Decatur, G*. "
FORESTER Bishop presented -The bridegroom Is a sophomore atEmory
REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. the dfrlomtf. The Rev JamesT Dental Scb oL After June CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-2304 COLLECT
FOR SALE: My home nicely located HU3Glfl6MADISON. Barber gave the Invocation and 25 the couple will lire la Atlanta. .,
2\i miles from Mftdtson. FLA.STOKIOT. benediction and Wailer WhJUock,I Service In 2.J Hours
JESSE MOORE Pinetta, Flo, organist, played the marches. OUR BUSINESS Is .
helping YOUR
Phone HU 36777. 41-3t-pd Graduating with highest honors
I ( were Ehira Louise Brown John I BUSINESS. THE &R.
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Henry Plant Jr and Sandra Wynell I
FOR SALE: 1959 English Ford I

4-dr sedan,., like new. AT A SACRI LUMBER! LUMBER! Ulm. ,
Graduating with honors were
FICE. TERMS. Call HU- 1B7 after If you are planning to build any];Douglas Allen Beck Linda Virginia ,

5:30 P. M. thing hog pens, chicken houses Brlnson, Eugenia La Verne Brown. ATLASaaI

: barns, repair your home or build Co>en Ogden Bunker; Paul Howard .
I FOR SALE: Mahogany 8-piece t a new one, see me first We have Donaldson Peggy Ann Carton, Rosalind -
Duncan Phyfe dining room set, the largest stock of used building Yvonne Hut fftW'lfRoIWi
$100.00 Cash. A real buy. Mn material In the state. We save you 1 Joseph Mandziara, John Whitty; !

f Jim Bunting Phone HU 3-2347 up to 50% of your building material Mercer,Susan Patricia McCoy EUa.1: ", .
beth Smith La. "II1lt. .
Madison. 40-lt-pd Grandy Carolyn ; t. .
t coatMLCLFEMECO. vonne Stokes Janie Elizabeth .f } .'
I Wigglesworth and Wanda Howard ':"9t7.
FOR SALE: One slightly used GERange. Williams. r ..
"- Call MRS: N M'LAW at 411 E. SAVANNAH AVE. Completing the class of graduates =- I.. ,
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HU. 8-2263 during the, day or .
at 28081V were:, Robert Joseph Adams Jr JI: ; :.N'"
see at 301 E. Marionrt&i afte '.. .
# Charles Allen Armstrong:., John Clyde s
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5 p. m. 1tchp ., .
Arnold Jr, Joan Sylvia Barker, Eugene
I Blair Maury J Blalock Jr :t;
FOR SALE: One 12 ft 'molded Randall Maxie Buchanan, Carmen
marine plywood boat gator trailer. GIRARDIN JEWELERSFOR Marie Buckhalt James Charles $ 'b ;

15 H. P Evb made. motor accesftories. Conway Jr Roberta Louise Crux 9.r .
I. Can be seen at F & M THE GRAt/UATE OR BRIDE Richard Nicholas DHnne .. /

Grocery, East Madison U S 90. SILVER, CHINA; CRYSTAL Maurice Dural James Edward ..' '.'

, 38-tf .m DIAMONDS, JEWELRY Everett Wiilard Donald Floyd Mary ...... I \.
I EXPERT Jean Franklin, Hubert Wayne Cibbs ... ,
, BEFORE SELLING 'your timber REPAIRING Dale Gaines Gibson, Joy Yvonne 1 t1 U ar -- i .

er timber land please see me. Were Gossman, Jane Lounette Hammock, P 'HIS 3101w4u \
t also Interested in buying r Betty Jolene Hammock Alexander "; .. rkt.AND
I limited amount of pine-hardwood L NATIONAL rraleigh Hardee, Betty Jean Harris, ;,_ CQNCe >
I' pulpwood delivered by truck to t ay BRIDAL Linda Gall Harris, Billy panle uyaao
''I' Foley, Fla.. or loaded on R R cars. / .' SERVICE Hart George M He dig, Joe Brown .
See write or call Hendiy Freddie Manning Hicks I

.. t_ P. GIBSON VALDOSTA GA. Barbara Ann liters Martha Della ,. '
Rt. 3, Madison Florida Hlers] Jimmy: Edsel Went, Geraldine kls / ..
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363* HuUhlnson, s
303 No. Patterson Holly. Johnny Perry 1'II"lJ TM e :
Carole Hutto, Helen Grace lotto, rut .
FOR RENT: House for-rent. clean. Jf net Ramona Johnson Helen Marie __ .
cool, comfortable. Call HU 3-6378 COMPLETE LINE DWOSKDfTALBOTT Littleton. Dorothy Ann Massey, ..- .
t after '5 p. in. 40-tf-ch Laredo Medders Edward Bruce .
Musser, Thomas Andrew Pepera ,
I Rent an adding machine or Sheila Annclle Ragans, June Eliza .

typewriter at E-R .office 'Only 1 beth Ragans Evelyn Deloris Ragans LOWEST PRICES IN YEARSr ;
James Oscar Pagans Jr, Sandra ,
J $1.00. a day, $4.00 per week, Elaine Raines, Sarah Sircy Rowe. "
$15.00 per month. Donate Gene Rutherford William Vt It's been a long time since you've had an \ E .

PAINTAND Dawson Rutherford, Betty Joyce opportunity to buy quality tires at the low' .. i
Sapp SuCUen Seals, Martha Louise ... .
prices we've put on our famous ATLAS Tires
I FOR RENT: A two-'bedroom| house. Selman. Philip F Sims, Phlllis Emo-
Phone HU 3-6262 SMITH DRUG gene Singletary, Linda Beth Smith. -for our Big Tire Sale now in progress : t: ,

I STORE. 39.2tchhucTcEL WAllPAPER CO. I Samuel Powell Surlcs, Betty Townsend They're priced right for your car, right ""w/ ;
Jo Ann Townsend Linda Sue "
Drive in and for
I see yourself.
AT CASTLE PARK :Tuna Margaret Ann Walker, Melvin .. .
!VALDOSTA CA Guy Wells Billie Jane West ,
f<<) Dial CH .. TUBID ,. .
t 2-5334 Thomas Scott Wooley and Dorothy au cxwALL t+vrnmu+au6J0.1S '
free parkingRegistered Joan ZippererMaury ,
Blalock was president of $12.95 $15.95 ..

t Brides may register China, i the Class; Billy Jb1t rtord. Vice- 7.10.15 .
11.95 23.95"
Crystal and Silver here.
patterns Sorreyw Pm Joann Townsend, secretary, ,
No Obligation for you or your and Susan McCoy, treasurer. 7.60.15 20.95 ;:j-2395; \ .
family to Buy Before or After Phone HU 3-2372 Platform guests included W H .
The Wedding. MADISON. FLORIDA Bailey Marcus Cherry. R R Dugan. 6.00-16 11.95 "

DIN W. T P McLeod Jr. A H SmIth. W T .
joody Mrs Ruby McChesney, Bu- TUID.ISS ( .I
!ft 8UCXWAU. .. tenatIWAUL
mj ford Selman Eugene Mugge Ben S

BIRTHDAY PARTYAT Waring. S E Whitty, Mrs Alice STANDARD 7.50.14 $14.95 3.93
I "PLAYHOUSE" I Brown Mrs dare Morrow, Mrs
Arlene Norris trustees and sponsors, "
FOR SALE Rachel Ana Hughey, daughter of and Mrs Jane Cantey assistant princJpaL OIL .
Mr and Mrs Howard Hughey celebrated .d .
Two sets Used Buckeye Tobacco her fifth birthday with A' Ushers were Gene' McClamms'Jimmie t
Cookers 175.00 set party at the Playhouse Kindergarten Stokes John Blair, Arnold i i'
Wednesday. Mrs Frances Sanders(Kramer. James Franklin Ronald mm STANDARD STATION MADBON

Mrs Hughey and Mrs T C McNaUy,Bass, Dale Walker Francis WUlbms .
I VkkersIeeC. assisted with the | William Ptnkard and Jay :
I games and serving ,

juice.Ice The cream birthday, cake and cake orange was I.Watson. r R D BAKER'S STANDARD. STATION- -- MADISON .r M 1

.d WANTED: One to five acres sear lettered with Happy Birthday and '

:Madison, reasonable price. Call the numeral 5, and was topped with GEI Appes JYNER'S) STANDARD STATION GREENVilLE

HU 3-6109 or write. HAY, five.......Favors were toy muicalfestrumeats.
l 600'South Raase: Su:Maftson Fku Rachel Ana received I Brwerttl S1wIJ :Ct.
46.1-pi many lowly IIDL -

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A preaching CHURCH service every Sunday CHURCHA 118 N. Orange-St Phone HU 3-6335 \ 4s % s1 Smith-Corona adding THINKING I

WE WELCOME YOU preaching Service every Sunday MEETINGS: '

1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m., rooming Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. M Machines ABOUT MORE

2nd ,and 4th Sundays_ 7:30: p. m lit and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a, m., Service Meeting: Friday 1:30 P. )L typewriters ,

{Sunday School each .,'- 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m., Ministry School? Friday 8:30 P. )t.

Sunday at '10:00 L m., Sunday School every Sunday. WatchtoWer-Bible Sunday Study 7:30 P. M. and cash, registers. INSURANCE?

Prayer Service each lot and 3rd Sundays 110 L a x.Y -
Seekers Welcome.
Wednesday8:00 p. m 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. ....
Family :Night covered Family Night Covered Dish Sapper KQ Collection Taken. The

dish supper Friday' Friday. night aftek- second Sunday

before 1st Sunday, ;,730. : p. m every month promptly at 7:00 p. ?n. ADVERTISERS Please let Enterprise-Recorder '.
Woman's SoCiety'of .;1 Woman's Society of Christian Service us have your ADS by TUES-

'.meets Christian Thursday Service after. meets on Monday nIght after DAY NO01. THANKS. THEE MRS EVA SMITH HONOREDBY
third at 7:30
p. m. R.
1st Sunday 8:00 p. m.Krtbodlst'Men' CHERRY LAKE SCHOOL
The lithodift Mews, Club meetjalternately .
,Club meets r -
,..sth, Cherry Lake oa -
I alternately with\ Rocky SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW
Springs 'Tuesda. .' 1;aster"* .Tuaday.alter I the 4th Sunday M AF Mrs Eva Smith retiring alter
h" 4th Sunday :8:00'p.. m.I.t ,80 "p.: m. teaching since '1911, and being a
L Official Board meets 1st Wed- The Official Board meets each 730 A. M Gospel Must teacher at the Cherry Lake School

*esday each even numbered month month following the cupper, .on 7:53 NeWs. 1? years was honored with a reception -
:I 80 Baptist"Hour
service. the PTA last .
after prayer Family Nip by Thursday
8:30 Gospel: Music ea
I Commission on Education meets P. X. ROWELLv. S. S. Supt. 90 Revival Time r II night with 95 people present.

[in Wednesday each odd numbered MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE. Treat.:* .950 Gospel Concert I Mr C yjfle. Me'ham, a student of

month after prayer service. a B* DAVIS, PASTOR, 100 News Mrs Smith's. ,In 1911 and Lowndes
105 Sennade'10CS County School Superrintendent ..
: Sunday
THOMAS .SURLES. \ A1tRY' M.tCOCHRAN. 'Lee Methodist Charge
Prelude to Worship was present as well as many present t.
Assf a.
1100 .
Morning Worship and former students.
12:00 News Decorations of spring flowers
4FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching 12-15 Afternoon' Melodies Cat. and Refresh. S fI ,
eoloringprevaUed. T \
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In and 3rd Sundays 1255 Hews .
L GREENVILLE. FLA. menU of'winch;. and,-cookies were
.....110 and 1:30 .
|8unday School ........,,,. 10:00 A. M. a. m. p. m 1:00 Afternoon Melodies A I served. U. ; :- 'r I
Morning: Worship 11:00 A. M. Sunday School Every 1:30 Afternoon Melodic ; I C.E.QUICK
Baptist Training Course fi.45. \M. Sunday MpMMMM. 10:00 a. m. 1:40 Serenade la Blue Mrs Smith was presented a /

Evening Worship w.... 7dqP.C.: i r Methodist Youth',Fellowship- 1:55 News beautiful Hurricane Lamp set by HU 3-6163 BOX 292

Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30"..P. M.! 60. p.m 2:00 Hour of,Decision REV. AND MRS. LaMOTTB the Cherry Lake PTA. MADISON. FLORIDA

BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt 2:30 k ... 1I Musical' Sunday: CHERRY LAKE SCHOOL
!TIANSON fML I'HODIST' 'CHURCH HICKORY GROVE CHURCH \235 f N ewst t NASHVILLE Teniu-(PNi Mrs. Baccalaureate Services for the This Gulf Life agent can tell
i Preafchlng..,2nd and 4th Sundays *30 Musical how with Adapt-A-
Preachltiy/Scrrieeg 'eyiy PIrytLend Sunday John C LaMotte. formerly Miss Eighth Grade Students were held you ,
Th_Ird'"Sun!ay 11:00 A M. 1130 am and 7:30 ,pmSunday 355 News Olivia Ann Blsop of Creenrille, Sunday night at the Baptist Plan, your insurance is

and 8:00 P. M. School every Sunday (:00 Hit Panda Plju, has betn appointed with her adaptable. For example, a
fconday School every Sunday 10:30, am 453 News' husband church. family Income plan can also
as a missionary to the
10:30 A. M. 50K33 Marie At Sundown Rev J R Collins chose from provide substantial retirement -
Belgian Conga Announcement
Family Night Saturday before PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 5:30 Hesdlinet A Weather this appointment came following Paul's Message.to the. Ephesians Income. Give hima

Every second Sunday 4:00 P. M.KEV. Sign Off the annual May meeting of tho his text "Be Strong Christians call today!

C M. SAPPTNGTON._.. Pastor' Preaching every Sunday PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO Board of World Missions of the cmphasing that being ChristHke an

HOPEWELL RAPIST CHURCH Suafey'SehooU' r .-_ 10:00 Aa A. M.Koratac ,3BANCE WIl'iiOUT Kai'lCJJ "I I Presbyterian Church, U S, here. through school life, strengthen MOORE SPEAKS AT SERVICEIN
WonWp : 1100A.:M i them for life's everyday problems.COMMENCEMENT .
; The Rev Mr LaMotte Is presently GREENVILLE <
. Sunday (School 10:00 A. K.Kornlng .
, }'Worship 11:00 A. X.Baptist Sunday Evening ,BTU $:30 P. M. Daily Prigrm SclletWei pastor of the Chatham, Va. Presbyterian -

Trainlnr Union 6:30 P, M.IVenlng Evening Services ., __ 7:30 P. M. Church. The coop!. will Dr John Sands of the North The Rev J C Moore Jr of North

Worship 7:30 P. K. Prayer Meeting Wednesday WMAT 1230 OH YOUR DIAL leave for their new duties after Florida Junior College, was the :Florida Junior. College was the
.. ..,
Evening .
Pfldweek'Prayer,,Service 7:30 P. K.Bro'herhood W B SEALS.r, S S .y Superintendent Y:00 P. M. 60 A3L Sign On they have attended the annual Institute speaker' for Commencement: Excises speaker for Memorial Day Service,
1ut''l'hura&ay 8:02 Fla.; Firm Er. for Outgoing; at Cherry Lake School June held in Evergreen Cemetery,
J J ARTHUR +CRUCE; Training Union to be held this summer at the Pres
of each month at 730 P. M. 8:25 World ff State News 2. Greenville, Monday afternoon.Rev. .

WMU every second and fourth Director.. 1.30 Fla Farm Hour b)1maftmbly ground in Montreal Community Picnic and Program W D Keis was master of
Tuesday, 7:30 pmT ERNEST CURB Minister 6:45 Rudy Hamrk N C
June 3rd at the schoo
Friday read the Roll Call
L. SINGLET Y. S. S.. Supt. .... (Mon. Wed Fr!.) Mrs LaMotte )Js a graduate of ceremonies, and
WELCOME TO Grtenrflle High School and lIont of the Dead.
JIMMY LAMB. B. T. U. Director( NEW 6:55 World News
REV. LEWIS D. HUGIIEN, PastorWELCOME HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 70 State News t Cbllere. She spent a year with Termites Rev Harold Johnston read the
Come Worship With Us 7S Coffee With Ray her husband studying in Montpellier, SivarntingZCAlL Scripture and Rev J T Maddox led
Sunday School _, 100 A. M.
TO Prance. Her mother is Mrs RosaSalpln
7:45" World No In
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Bishop" of GlftJ1T Je. She
7:50 State News School Band
Sunday School ,_ 10:00 A. M.1 I Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 1:55 Weather Newt Is a ,member of Mr L totte" corf BurkeExterminatiig The Greenville High
several selections
Evening Worship _
7:30 P. M.
Wornlng Worship .1100 A. ) grtgation in Chatham.
ll Midweek Prayer Service 730 P. M. 80 Ottee with Ray and patriotic music.
" Training Union 650 P. 90 Devotions Mr Ltailotle is a graduate ofDavidson
Ex-enlng Worship ._ 7:30 P. M. Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. Morning College in North Carolina C. Ladies of the Legion Auxiliary
9:15 Musical Interlude << .
Jack 'Pickles ... _, S. S. Supt flowers at the foot of the
Prayer Meetlnjf JL ..., 1:30 P. M. 9:20 Musk Unlimited and Union Theological Seminary & placed

Church Business fleeting First Sim REV.Andrews ELDRTDGE_ B. LYONS T. U. Director! 00 News FUchmond, Ya Be is a graduate of Phone 293-J Perry. Florida cross, in memory of service men

nesdar night of each month. Pastor 10:05 Music Unlimited Presbyterian Junior College in Max COUNTER TOPS whose resting place is known onlyto

Brotherhood.and W.M.U. Second CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:30 Music Unlimited ton", N C of which his father.. Dr God.

Thursday nleht of each month. CHURCH 110 Mask Unlimited Louts C laMOis president GE'APPLIANCES Representatives from the Legion

.reaching Service Every Sunday Preaching Services every Sunday 1115 Public Service He is a member of Appomattox and Legion Auxiliary, and children,

Come Worship With Us. Morning Service 11:00 A. M 130 Record Session Presbytery of wMch he Is permanent KITCHEN CABINETS placed flags on the grave of each
. REV. DOZIER'SAPP. Pastor Evening Service 80 ,f. It 12:00 World New clerk.
Sunday 'School every Sunday at 1215 P Jl. Noontime Kate The LaMottes hare two children service man in the cemetery.

LEE/BAPTiST CHURCHREV. 100: A. 'M. 12-30 Talk Of The Town Sarah Elizabeth. and John Hunter, OUR BUSINESS Is helping YOUR

I 'T. CARTER P tor'Semen BTU Every Sunday at 645 P. M. 12:40 Unde: Ned Jr. BUSINESS. THE E-R.
every Sunday Prayer Meeting Wednesday 12:45 State Kew
Rtmday School ....._, 10:00) A. M.
at 8:00 P.. M 250 Farm News :;: i: :;: :: :: 9
Morning Worship 110 A. M. Brotherhood first Thursday 1255: Weather News I NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY .

'Training Union' ,.......,,, 7:00;P. M at 1:30 P. M. v everytenth 10 IHUbffly: Hit Parade
fcvsnlng Worship 800 P. M.Pru. Everybody' Welcome. 15S Neon

.' :Mettfriff. ,-Wed. 730 P. :M. REV. J. R. COLLINS Pastor. 2.-00 Gospel Time VICTOR ...... .... 5171.00


REV. JACK LAMIT_..... 'Pastor 701 South Ram:' 255 World A State News CLARY .... .. .... 225.00 J
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100 A. M
Sunday Bible Study 1:00" ARerncoQ Melodies
S. n. Sapp ''Chairman Board of Lord's Supper and 3:45 Public Service: ,ODHNER .. .... .. ... 259.50TOTALIA

Deacons, Edification ..___ 110 A. M. 40 *" News . .. .. .. 259.00
Bauey B.T.tt Director
Service 1:30 P. M. 45 *? Parade -SALI
Leroy Cruse ...... .Associate Director' Sunday Evening \T plus fed and state tax ,
455 World Newi
Leror Cruse ... ....: g. S. Suot. Wednesday ETeningServices ** State .. .
7-30'P. M| 5:00 Request Parade THEENTERPRISERECORDER '
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JRiss Merle Bas <-,',-.,, Song Leader "
.1:. Sports Hichlixhts I ONJULY2,1960
Cruse _, .. Pianist
Hrs Juanlta -*-- NEW HOPEFUL 6:00 World News ,
Sumfey School :-- 10:00 A. )t :MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 6:15 Twilight Tunes HU 3-6361 < I f % .

Morning( Worship w_.... 1100 A. M Services every first and third 655 News : : ""
Training Union -......- 70 P. ALventng Sundays at 11 a. nx, and 80 p. m. 70 Sign Off Free 0 Free Ft f. .

> Worship\ _... R'Ofl P. M. Sunday School every Sunday 100a PROGRAMS SUBJECT: s.TO "" ..-..,-,""" -..-.-:.....-- -,....-.."-..........JIo.: aWe S,
Prayer Meeting Wed. ;:30 P. M. v >
Just:: u''I am without one plea. Union every bunday ;,7:03 are headquarters I 2BICYCLESS

1 come Rerardloss of vour clothes p. ratREV. S .
condition. Whether cotton.' Home W.: T. RYCROFT. Pastor Aw for Major Appliances. '

I' UD. You are welcome In our o 2 5-TUBE RADIOS
church service.
d. NjghtwitliBlMUcrDiscomfort WESTERN AUTO
Welcomes You .
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MADISON aiURCH OF GOD s Services Ev ry. Sunday 9 AND OTHER PRIZES .. .".. S .

Sunday Scholl __ 10:00 A. M. REV CARL V. ,TV EY. Pastor ? a a u a a a RBIaiala Oae pftee only family. See us for further Infermatteaf" blast 1

ll tO A. MJ3wetfn ...... 100 A. M. per
Jfornlng Worship : Sunday School t:.... -the .r set .. .
r Worshln( --... "7i 0+1 P MI Adorning Worship .-... UtOO A. )(- ..,.. .....--R ....,..raw........ = be present to win.
.".... ---.khc. ,.. far ......... twrgia
WM tnn.4av 8:00 P. D. Practice 6.00 P. M.Ttunuig ..... .. "liJ
Service .Chol .. .M Vw.oi.me MI. AM If e'.. .. .,. .
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B. B. BRICKLEV Pn rn" [ Union M.
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:Evening! Worship ...I.wa i..rWa.taii} W.......... "
L. D. 8. SERVICE I Prayer 1t etTL Wed, ,:30 P. M. ....... aN1:17 a.........w ...l.r--4..1i I lI.
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every Satan at\ a1..aA.ei.e:, ......., .... $4 -
: Meeting'' _.. 1100 a m .
Relief Society aM PiV-thnodjfHme American Legion HalL. z ts, t1.ll.g.....ww....dualt......atiAthq.. '..a. ou .. t. I
SabbaMi j School begins A, m ..Urt .T tiw U .m..f jtyr tfDoSrs > r '

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a Mr and Mrs C C Smith of Jacksonville -
[ are here this week visitIng -.
1 friends and relatives. They are Termites ? '
i Swarming
sharing their time with Mr and MrsL
Welch and family and Mrs
Russell L Williams and family. CALL


G-E Applianccs'Howerton
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SUGA R FACTS ABOUT Supply Co. IPJ.lOLl 'wad t"2&: auogd.z ,
Wbra> cirrhosis of the lift ts 1I I

I 4S PC. China at!,y many of the people alcoholic.think .
; nutrition deficiency.
ed with alcoholism pro
the buy liter associated t
COFFEE SET) cirrhosis, which is the pro. .
I destruction ol uterj
6 C o wc caECTR1CPf .
Not 18 cases of cirrhosis off'
a. l ,.t CO lira are alcoholics. Children!
V from drrbosis not doe to]
rf 1ism. as do some adults.* _
manifestations of' ty-
el i I are trsuallr caused by*
liver infection called hepatitis,,;:
i,, by culfonnation of the Imr'
OFJ its parts present at birth. tIn
C f 529.91t'I a children's hospital S3
/ ORp of cirrhosis of the liver
ant a period of a year,'. 1
the record has been recently r
Sixty-one of the cases I .
r- cirrhosis of the lint in these
.IL_f {Olit tZILL were caused by ob-
u and deformities of the
MOOmI t111[ttR
f"i '. Thirty were diagnosed as
to hepatitis or inflammation
spcaurst the liver caused by a virus. ? i 1
i a wRI remaining seven cases re-
ors 4
.aNii tlaQKlhlarrt from various causes in-
: Rill wru t Dst heart .blood and bile
,4-- .,. .leer troel own ct disorders.
sec fay finale a n taw Hepatitis in infants it Is
6 could be acquired before
from mothers who had
BO symptoms of the dis

liver in children in India,
CO. and the West ladies ap
rmtJ, caused by nutribonal
common to those
Dtrics. None of the cases in MEETING crowds In the interior of the Extension
report of the American chil of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ Scientist, in
due to lack of either Boston,Massachusetts The Christian Science Church was founded
MADISON, FLA. HU 3-2340 S. RANGE ST., I ttin were or vitamin. I by Mary Baker Eddy who discovered Christian Science in 1864
Clfo. UScience. *nd Health with Key to the*Scripture- '
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t j I am going to see him sometime. COUNTER
Helo E-RSure was glad I ttill f I have a bad foot A broken ankle I
can see to read the good news on: on right toot was pushed out at G-E -.--No Extra Cost!:- -
your face. You no If Mr Simmie; the door' of a trailer house it' I
picture wasn't here with such a sure is swollen bad and paining a S KITCHEN with any JIM WALTER HOME
large smile on It I dought U I i lots.
would of had courtage to of rote j Please print this if you can. I I I I A THREE-PIECE BATHROOM. SET!

you.all eny more but I Just had to.will thank you very much. \\'benj ..... ..,... .. II NO 52.OO IXTXA PR MONTH NO IXTINDIO MONTHLY PAYMENTS
say some thing about It, all to, my ankle gets better I am going to .(106 NO EXTRA YIAR OH SO TO PAY NO INCXIASI IN CASH PRICE
about Mr Otis Peavy getting in see my sister up at Marianna for a I, I Jwf Anortwr Good Reason to do fair*** with the World's Otd&, Largest and Most
and my dear bid friend'i son. getting while In July. If you all want me a I envelops because this Trw td8g3d.rof3 Noma... JIM WALTER CORPORAY1QKB5'
in to our Governor; You!* see I to send you all some more new: one r got Well I &\' I.
know his papa and mama like a top. you will have to send me some' cow an lay down. I' ... w'a ,
gr--- -- 1R 44a f ft .
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FRED iI'A i .., f';,1.,

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Take advantage of this Tremendous Offer. You will receive FREE,
I of no extra cost a lavatory complete to floor, a commode closet
: .- .. ./ I \ combination complete with seat a 14" steel tub complete with
filler, when you buy any Jim Walter home. ,

,, HOUSE PIPING If you've dreamed of owning aNew
I Why Wait? Own your home TODAY home-Here's your chance.Don't .
.,., Fay NOTHING DOWN we'll handle
let this in
Big once- -a-llfettme
.r : rill financing and give you as a.
.AND CONVERSIONS: offer slip by )'OU. spedal gift this 3-piece bathroomset

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'Due'' tt tie few cwtstmdiwi and interest : .'

bids, the City has received on the Natural l

Gas project the City will be able to offer

FREE bwse pipfeg and cwiversions to the

first 400) custiners wh apply and make a \. .


5.00 deptsk by My 15tkTfe '" ,,

service is available nly to existing

Only one of Jim Walter's Newest Models-all yours for low low ..
gas appfaices tr eincustomers monthly payments. Large front window, carport and utility room
plus many, many more of Jim Walter's top quality features.

; horses wbei HstalatiM crews come by. ,


Apply NOW f fir tUs FREE SERVICE.t \ t

VALDOSTA, On U. S. 41 One Block North of the City Limits, Call Collect: i
Fir Firmer MfmaiiiM cuaitct City Hal
,, GEORGIA Cherry 2-0391 or Write P. O.Box 1203 Vald oats, CeargiaMNMw1.w. *

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raJP AND MAO. TODAY! Moll fa th. office nearest to... ,
I I owl Interested in owning a Jim 1Koltet home Han t
I City Of Madison J and would Bc. mars Infonaation.j Addrnc.I .-- ", -"' f

j I trans a dear deed to nty lot .........0 f
n.os. send literature -.0 Directions If rovti r It
I n.cts.hiatus nPrss.ifofrs eel on IB....0 N' I If

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.0 FMMLY VA6ATMN VILLAS PEl WEEK FIR 4 PRESENTS PROGRAMOn I'' All during school vacation, drive with a sharp eye open

BYTHC WeLBS MOST FAMOUS KACHM 171'of eso tmm '. for children at play. They're apt to dash out into the
S?iamIag P...k &elf"Teals MAYlAttCUSTtt Jane 2 at Fellowship Hall street almost anywhere. As an extra measure financial
Fm TV ROow.T......OUS" "Miss Jean's" Kindergarten pre protection, have adequate liability insurance.

MONC Ml I 1 MM 1 MITt MCMGAM sented a delightful program to a
large audience, which completed! the.
tfcteMC""<.wr vt....fe ...Jrl cI )Nr'a work. II. Williams Andrews, Inc.Day .

t.ew- Each child recited or sang afavorite Phone I
KU 3-6270 Night Phone 11U 3-6362
.-' ., selection* Group singing Included
//I fM'h. eel I I> tnf.r... tl..w?$., | and harmony. A skit on "Manners i ,
iELL WOIl VRLAOC, Depk G-321 \ f ;' .A Can Be :Fun" was presented : "
Mis Jean presented diplomas and
: the class sang a song telling how
"t '
"' lr_, I happy they were to be old enoughto i,
r co to school next Fall ,
[I Aootm I Receiving diplomas were Betsy,I [+

'* cnt i S1A '". ..'.. Bird 'Jo Leslie, Carol Knox. Pattie f
.. MM MM ------.v! / of.MAKE / Reeves Frances Scruggs Della Ra-. tlFf
gans Gene DuRant. Ricky Hender f ,
Tr son, Bobby Roffe, Sandy Sanderson
t Ashley TobaccoDamaged and Steve Williams. Each received ,I 1
a corsage: or boutonrdere from "Miss
? SURE YOU LL Heavily Jean" when the program began. I I

Those participating in the program a
HAVE A who will continue their work
.. I Hail and wind last Wednesday
with Miss Jean next: year were Ben I '
evening heavily damaged ten acres
Doris Keith Legettc, Tommy Payne, I I
, tobacco shade the
of shade and on
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TO COME BACK TOr! j northwest Gordon Ashley of town Rockaway The Frank farm t Dormie Two members Sheffield of and the Vic class Wheeler., Susan I

Childers moved'
Gantry tobacco nearby was not I. Graham and Bobby ,' ev ,,'> ;
hurt and the AST tobacco only away during the term. I ; ': 'f<:' '' '"
arrrf. U', -ij wwM.wnwww..i f
M. slightly. The Thed Fraleigh tobacco -I rll i. I t() \
farm to the east also was dam NFJC ENTRANCE TESTS ><<. 1
fn, c )4'tt$ aged quite a bit. TO BE GIVEN II .. : tL: :':< ":' ''>,,''>!'"''>!' I I
() f1. A few bright tobacco crops in i ."/ ff\t: ;

the Hanson and Lee sections were Miss Kaye Van Alit Director.. ,,,' .. .t 1..V;:J 'kJ $" ___ M
7 also hurt, but damage on the whole of Guidance at North Florida Junior!
was not extensive. College, has announced that as an',
cddlttonal service to the people in
Donald Wilson, supervisor of the Suwannee River Valley area. !I I Ii i
utilities at Cherry Lake was hospitalized her office will administer during i i II I

: yesterday morning for an the summer months college en- ,I I _
Injury to his left hand when he stance tests for those students plan
1'f4' I received a badly cut. finger while rung to attend the college next fall, 1IiFW
trimming a tree.Vacation A test wUl be given In the North
Florida Junior College Library in j I
Madison July 7. This test will begin -
(( T1L;;; Church Scbsel at 8:30 a. m.GRADUATION.

., I There will -be registration for COFFEE
Vacation Church School at 91 -

BEFL ?E Sbl'!LEtV FCle S+bl'/R ,o'clock this morning Friday June I I Dr and Mrs Marshall Hamilton
30, at the Methodist ,and Baptist entertained with a coffee: at their
CIEtKKXISe. NO Q+tOiwr'.* FOtt FA4t'XAZNPDS. churches, followed by a joint home Sat day morning prior to .
'1'parade at 10 o'clock. All childrenarc the graduation of the NFJC Class
1 CUM QUT I iFRS,1ifA SX; invited. Classes will be held at,:; of 1960, for graduates parents and
each church Monday June 13 faculty. Coffee and doughnuts were PITTSBURGH
PULL ,7JlE PW6 OF Ali A PPGIANGES f through Friday 17, from 8:30 a.:'I served about one hundred guests.

m to 1130 a. m 41-lt-ch S] PLATE GLASS COMPANY

It I Gwdyear Tires $11.95 G

_. -- Termites Swarming? tnbe- NIU MILTON CAVE:

,'GUESTS, CALL, type, plus 'tax and recappable OWNERS

BABY MILNER BurkeExterminating lire.
Mrs A E Fraleicn Mrs J G Ash.
:Mr and Mrs R W Milner are an.
nouncing the arrival of a baby boy Icy Mrs A G Paul of Lake City Co. Messer Battery & Hre &
Juno 7th at a Valdosta hospital and Mrs T L Fraleigh entertained l oae

:Mother and son are doing nicely. Miss Ruth Sims bride-elect, and Phone 293-J Perry Florida f U.3-66/6 Madison ,,,Florid d'
The Helen Masters WMU circle attendant. and out-oftown guests Company I
met at the Baptist Church Tuesday. with a luncheon Friday at the JfUOQUAIt"1S .Ot 'A.M. U1HII, 4JIMOM AN*:,lURNfTUli TOW
Fraleigh home. Sixteen guests were -
Theme for the lesson Educating '
Youth Mission Work. served -a buffet luncheon. / ;!
BAPTISM SERVICES Rooms were decorated with :., D 'CED '
,) t
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spring flowers and the lace covered ,
Baptism .....services were held at
-- buffet table held arrangementof f
Chureb' an
Cherry Lake Baptist Sun.
rosebuds, stokcsia and larkspur
day night'Baptized were Glenda I
in pastel shades.Guests .
Bell Clark Larry: Sale and Ricky flYU.OWERThAN
Barrs, r besides the honoree and
BABY BARNES matron of honor Mr W C Cope

\. A 2/c akdfMrs D W Barnes are land III of Tallahassee were Mrs MANY WRINGER WASHERS '
announcing*the arrival of. baby Frank S Parramore and Mrs Man-

.T boy June ,,3rd at Jacksonville Ark ley Cobb of Redlngton{ Beach Mrs i
:Mr and Mrs D W Barnes. Sr are Effie Ingalls, of St Petersburg, M
Mrs B J Randell of Clearwater,
proud grand-parents. ELECTRIC
r> <* MnV D LcVeille of DcLand .. GENERAL I
Mrs Peter O. Knight of Tampa,
Mrs Maxie Jones, Mrvsn4 Mrs 'Mrs Ashley Fraleigh of Tallahassee. FULLY AUTOMATIC. .
A B Zipperer. Mrs Irene"Andrews,i Mrs R C Dickinson Mrs J L Sims I

Robert Andrews, Mr and' Mrs and'ldra James Hardce, Madison WASHERGEIERAL .
George Hendry. Mr and Mrs Kenneth The hostesses presented the honoree -
Burnett, Mr and' Mrs V M with silver trays covered
Folsom .and Mr and Mrs Waring.dishes and servers. WTfli'l7iADE

Wyche Jr were among thote silo:I
attended graduatto.i at FSU Saturday -I
| Mr and Mrs C M McDaniel and -
--- 'Mr and Mrs J H Ross of Panama
City will be vacationing ser Tral -

days next week at 'Lake George :_ _-_-
Fla I

I.1' t 1 Mr and Mr-x-Gene Studs y. *lh J .and ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONERSSOUTH

two children. Lee and SharrotvofJacksonvnlie '

were weekend visitors
1I i of Mrs Corene StudstilL .
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< Arriving this week to speed the
summer with Mrs T J Atkins were o ,
: her grandson Freeman Simmon .
: oi of Rossvilks. Ga and nephew,.David .

.\. Simmons of Dahlooega, Ga. I' .,
,\ A -s- ."
. fan Tana. \ Mr and Mrs E P Sanders Jr"and 4 DUVAL ST. ;i \
two children and Mrs Nat Nor 1m I
Collect 1 !and children left last Saturday ,
, I a vacation at ''Fe nand1na' Beach i to .
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I, Visit 'Cave's Home and Garden Center '

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Copeland, HI Jn Tallahassee on ; I .
:Monday evening when they along I
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with other Tallahassee businessmen FOR SALE ,. t Playhouse Kindergarten, Mrs In Tallahassee this week attending :
<_ Frances Sanders director, ,
were invited to attend a dinner 0 2-bedroom frame house large ., ,. presentedcommencement Girls' Short Course are Nancy
at which the Tallahassee State Bank lot on S. Shelby St Only $3900 ,, ; exercises Friday Almond, Carol Henderson, Lois
[June 3, at the CafetoriumTen
*as host, with Tom, Humphress acting ; ,
and $500 down I Morgan Wilma Jean Davis, Toy
1 h, small graduates in cap and
master of ceremonies and
W1 as One 208-ocre farm good house, ./ gown who received certificates of Ragans Margaret Dixon, Linda
Jon Carraway making the after "J -
Brenda Blair
Walker Sybil
dinner talk. Ix dose in on paved road Tobacco 'promotion to Elementary School
'f' allotment* Selling for $27.000. ;d.c i .were Dub Wyche. Cindy '\VUliams, and Sandra Sale. Mrs Abnon Zip
I .... .: |Lamar Ray Ted Sanders, Mike Cup- perer and Mr Howard Coody accompanied
Mr Boss Roberts, New York vice* BrMs Wo.gby pctt Lynette Browning Billy Stokes. the girls.
president of Pyrofax Gas Division '0. Bobby Lay, Durlie Sims and
of Union Carbide, died: Friday af REALTOR Sherry Stout. Under graduatesFartidpatiflg
ternoon. He has been a visitorof ; .... in the exercises Included Mrs S L Brothers of Gainesville
W C Copeland Jr, local Pyrofax:: MADISON FLORIDA .. I' Mary Frances Baomgarten. was e jtas Distributor, here through the Office phone IIU 3-G481 ,., jltj Rachel Ann Haghey. Ronda Jean' luncheon Tuesday at Hotel Madisonby
Residence HU 3-6-181 f 3./ ,'
years His death will be a loss to -- -- ., McNeil, Nat Norfleet Ann Fleming members of the Sewing Cub.I .
his Company as he was considered i .. ..,. and Elaine Browning. I[Hostesses were Mrs Fred Mlckler,
one of the Nation's top .business' FEMALE HELP WANTED t Participating in the parade were Mrs V M Folsom, Mrs J P Morrow,
men He had been wtut \Union* ...y\ .."",;" more than one hundred of the! Mrs J J Sale Jr. Mrs Pat Milliner.
Carbide for over thirty 'ear.. .'\. Kindergarten Alumni in
) I AVON COSMETICS :;; the five I II Mrs A H Armstrong and Mrs BenS
years previous including
I :# 19541959.
Waring. The luncheon table was
arc in great demand. You can earn The program included songs and
\j j.I ISO to $40 weekly. We train you ,.C..,,,"" ., ";_ .._ h,recitations by the class members, centered with spring flowers and &
Summer classes starting: next week. and the 1960 May Fete Routine three course menu was served.
Write AVON BOX 3103 MSS featuring the Honolulu Honeys and
Tallahassee, Fla. 41-It-chWANTED their achievements In forest management Mac Namara's Band. The Play-
Six Receive Tree Farm I 4 I
S : \l Ml I .1,1., II II daring the past two years. how Prayer and Alma Mater
2T : Experienced colored ;i Presentation of the awards jointly I Isptmored I, recessional brought the evening to NEEDFDRNTTURE

cook:; Apply in person at., the. Certificates by forest products In-t a close. ,.n I :
CHUCK WAGON. 41-It-dt dh strtea and the Florida Forest I]
---- I I!Service, was made by Jan Dazey ?
FLOOR CARE CLINIC HELD I Pinetta Community Club honored'''of the Florida Forest Service and Members of the Small Business
BY MADISON SUPPLY CO. 'live Madison County dozens at its I''Bert Hill of the International Institute and their wives enjoyeda
at the Community Paper Company. dinner at the Madison Restaurant
A complete floor care clinic monthly meeting Then See
which went Into the details of I Center recently.Hillbera I Prior to the meeting, a ham Friday night when the director of
proper floor care was held in< Zfpperer. Lewis Stewart supper was served and following, the Small Business administrationoffice
the both of Pinetta. John T & N N I of Atlanta
Madison June 6th. This was [County Ranger Vernal Webb showed was guest speaker. C&IFDRN.CO.Madison I
first such clinic ever presesnted Tippett, and Shelley Whitty all of .-x- .
GIFTS In Madison County. In cooperation Lee and Dick: Burnett. )Madison 'a movie on the general work of the Mrs Stacy Coggins of Jacksonville

with the Madison County Board of received Tree Farm certificates: for Florida Forest Service. was the guest of Miss Phillis i Fla.

for BAD Public Instruction and MultJdean Parramore and Mrs P J Parra-: ,
Products Corporation the clinic
more this week.
gave demonstrations and showed -
films on the maintenance of Wood, Briggs-Stratton :Motors, pam
Terrazzo, Concrete andme Miss Slrty Ro.a graduate of
&miB: Floors using the Multiclcan and service. I960 class of Ml IS. was honored Turpentine & Rosin '

} method. This system consists: of. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.Madison with a party Friday night: given by
YARDLEYOLD the proper materials and equip Missy Helen Rowell, assisted by her "
SPICE mcnt: as well as the proper step I i parents. Mr and Mrs P K Rowel, Factors Inc.-

A1I N'NEN"SWILLIAMS by step application to. ad eve I,I -- -- -- at their cottage on Ocean Hole .
longer wearing, more beautiful Lake. .
floors. Mr Harry Falls High School} The living-room was decoratedwith I
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Em D President and of: Madison Mr Albert Supply Flori Company .!, Awards DayAwards needles and pine cones A basket
I j was advisor and host to the an unusual arrangement of ,
CIGARS "students." J red and black brier berries. Pond
PIPES Guests Included Dir Christian I Day at Madison High lilies blue hyacinths and cattails
TOBACCO 'I ') Gronbeck Chlpola Junior' College School: was held June 2 at the were used In arrangements on the I
POUCHES CIGARETTE I of Marianna. Mr W W GrantharaJ I High School auditorium with principal porches. WHOLESALE

LIGHTERS International Paper Company, Chuck Burch Cornelius. presenting Games; musk and dancing were .
I IC.AME Kluball and N Durrence, Owens U1L'nois 1 the following awardsTj enjoyed throughout the evening by \ -' -
Glass Company, Wiley Simon j Library service, Carolyn Stokes,
the thirty Refreshments
RAS Simon Klnsey, and Oscar Beck of,Sandra Ulm and Linda Tuten; guests. PRICES
Madison County Schools Dr John E Library Council, Howard Donald consisted of sandwiches, cookies T.D0 ul'

Sands North Florida Junior College I son; Speech Louise Brown; Chem- and punch. A'YAILABIEFrom

KODAK Mr Frank Davis, and Mr Jerry Pid- Irtry, Sandra Ulm; Biology, Peggy Mr and Mrs Judson Rowc '.
geon of Madison County Memorial Register; American History, John parents of the honoree assisted. ,
... AND HofpitaL Mr T C Merchant. Jr,:Mercer World History Ken Dixon. E Hill Ave. take N. Forrest st., turn tight at

POLAROID end others participated in special Shorthand, Jo Ann Townsend; first traffic light on Cypress street.
segments of the program. Mrs Al Bookkeeping. Howard Donaldson; MAROONS SHUT OUT
Fiort was hostess. Certificate off I Senior Band Awards, Robbie! MADISON REDS .

r d attainment were presented to all I Croce and Jackie Pepera; Junior I I Disappearing Stairway ea. 15.95
participant Band Awards Van Russell and. Last Monday Jerome Mercer
I 'William dark; Best Actress and pitched his team their first win oil I'' '

Actor in Senior play, Ann Massey the 1960 Little League baseball 4x8x1-4 Liter. Plywood .. pc. 2.85
Mr and Mrs Paul Caro ,
and Scott Wooley; Best Actress season.
SmithlkugStoreWE Dothan Ala, were weekend end Actor In Junior Play, Nell Nor- '
Of1 The Lee team, known as the
of Mr and Mrs Frank Davis.x fleet and Russell Long; Girls' State, Maroons held the Madison Reds 4x8x3-4 Inter. Plywood pc. 6.95
Martha Waring. Sponsored by the I
to one hit as they shut them out
HU 3-62C2 Madison f Madison Woman's Club; Boys Slate. .
Mr and Mrs Robert Andrewsare 9 to aRain 2-4x3-2 Window Unit .: ea. 10.50W28g46
Benny Harris sponsored by Rotary v
1 attending an insurance contention Cub, Francis Williams, sponsoredby held the game up for about\

In Miami this week. Lions' Club, and Dale Walker, twenty minutes but soon ceased Window Unit 12.35
American Legion; The Betty Crocker and the :Maroons finished taking ea.

Homemakers of America Rosalind their vistory.
Hutchinson Future teachers tied for first Sheetrock 4x8x3-8 1.35
; The Maroons, are pc.
T obaccoGrowers Louise Brown; State Teachers place rdt)"-the Madison Yellows

Scholarship: Teena Bunker and They will play the Yellows today '
North Florida Junior College I'in Madison4 Full Thick Rock{ Wool thous.. 57.00

Scholarship Sandra Ulm. I
Come out to the next baseball
FOR EFFECTIVE CONTROL The American SPECIAL Legion AWARDS Good Citizenship I game at on Lee and help cheer for No. 2 Oak 'Flooring -' thp s. 115.00(}

: Awards Sandra Ulm and :your tean\t m 1 1BRIOEJELECT

OF Howard Donaldson; The D.A.R. I YOU save by;ourmethodhpf doing bfcsinesl? A cash policy,
Good Citizenship Award, Denke I HONORED carload baying, and volume selling make]( WHOLESALE ,
fliers; Lions Gob Band Award Joy I, available to YOU. X '
BUDWORMSHORNWORMSGRASSHOPPERS ( ... Gossman; Rotary Citizenship Cup Mrs Roy Mllliron and Miss I. prices ..: '
Johnny Plant; A J Hargrove Student -': Gayle Hamilton honored Miss 1! '
& APHIDS Leadership Award, John Mercer Carmen Marie Buckhah with at I' 210 lb. Asphalt Shingles -- sq. 5.75
W.O.W. American History Award 'bridal shower Tuesday night at

> Sircey Howe; Mildred Bruner Stud-(;the Milliron home to Madison with i 15 30 Ib.) Felt roll 1.95-
cot Council Awards, John Mercer, fifteen guests.Decorations I or -
Use Specialy CnnlitMicd and Johnny Plant; Jaycees Scholar: of white chrysanthemums

slip Awards La Verne Btu Johnny and blue flowers prevailed.; Porch Columns Corners 7.95
CPA DUSTS .& :SPRAYS PiinU Linda Tuten, Sandra Ulm. Miss Hamilton entertained the -
Janle WIgglcsworth, Kenneth Dixon froup with several games and I
i Kelda Wearier Sheryl William, the honoree opened her lovely Porch Columns Flats :- 4.95.
Helen Smith and Shirley Merchant gifts assisted by Mrs Marshall, ,
._utlJS Loner Kills BetterFARMERS t Hamilton Miss Teens Bunker and
: BIRTHDAY PROM AND DANCE,Miss Jackie Pepera.refreshments 4x9x1-2 Celotex Sheathing m. 63.00
Delicious were

Miss Mary Helen Karstedt mat f I served. J II Pressure Treated FencePost .35-

tertalned forty guests at a prom
end dance party last Friday evening CARDOFIHANKSI I
at her home, the occasion being 939 field Fence. S .16.95

her twelfth birthday.Mr '

T Mutual Exchange and their Mrs daughter Carl Karstedt with entertaining assisted for am their deeply kindnesses grateful during to my my friends ill Barbed WIre .' .6.35.)

her guests. Mrs H C ness and bocpttalhatJon In Madhon. '
Herryday also assisted with serving I am'especially thankful for the 1344 Fence : .
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t.' refreshment*. i care and attention given me by the <
Proms, dancing: and games hospital staff and Drs Cojsins and .
1F1eriIa furnished fun and entertainment. Bomland. Store Hours: Monday Through Friday 7:30 a. m. to 6:30;

The hoooree received many:lovely! Sincerely. Saturday 7:30 a. ra, to 12:30 p. m.


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TIlE AMERICANO, in Technicolor,, ,
starring: Glenn Ford, Ursula TheHere's tea. The
blazing adventure as a man \
from Texas finds himself in the
danger-laden jungles of Brazil and l Il MADISON DRIVE-IN Bilerprise-Recfl'rder ''
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Stanley Baker Gordon Jackson. 'OPEN: EVERY NIGHT 1 1t
Wartime ethics matched with peacetime In the June issue of the Florida
logic The: strongest test of PROGRAM Clubwoman appoars a feature story
bravery told with: strength and and photo of Mrs Margaret Lay
power. Tense, exdUng survival un TI der impossible odds. Cartoon. JOURNEY TO THE CENTER 0 District 3 FFWC at the recent State .. ... ', )
THE EARTH, Pat Boone, Arlenc! Convention at Miami Beach. In '"v" i
Sunday-Mor>day, June 12, 13 DahL I part we quote: .t f1:"
THE MIRACLE, In Technicolor "District 3 Junior Director is ',. ?..I .
starring Carroll Baker, Roger Moore. THE CYCLOPS, Science FictionThriller. Mrs Robert C Lay (Margaret). ..fI"".ii:
The most famous International II Educated in the Blackshear, Georgia : 4 ,'tt

spectacle of all time now on the Sun-Mon-Tues. June 12, 13, 14 Southern College, with a major .:
screen. The story of a young Nun'.: Walt Disneys THE SHAGGY. in Home Economics. : : ".:;
who succumbed to the pleasures of DOG and QUEEN OF OUTER "Her first job as Woman's Com .' ..
Ue: world-but regained her faith j I SPACE, in color, with Zaza Gabor mentator for a Waycross radio station = ,,', :'.t.'r,i1A

Tuesday-Wednesday, June 14, 15 1 proved most surer"J1 for she
THE BRIDGES AT TOKO-RI In]' Wed-Thurs, June 15, 16 married her boss and has continued % :,
.Technicolor, starring William HoltenJ i i GIRLS TOWN with Mamie Van to work with him In radio.
Grace Kelly.' A masterful: story,! Dorn and IT STARTED WITH A The Lays are proud of their .i. i I '
KISS Technicolor) Debbie three children and enjoy in .. .
brought back l>y popular request'i ReynoldsAnd i*
Glenn Pond. Madison. Margaret says she enjoys
for your enjoyment. An unforget-
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table story of men with wings to \ ,
SENIOR DANCE CLIMAXES sewing\ ,machine--and sports racing! "
whom heroism was only -their duty y .
-who placed their country's safety GRADUATION She,ranks club work as one of her '
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above all Cartoon.ThursdayFriday : most pleasurable pursuits. .rc ._ V .
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June 16, 17 I The dance :Monday night at the *. : ,
DOUBLE FEATURE i I cafetorium following graduation ex FIVE SENIORS.COMPLIMENTED. { >
THE LAST VOYAGE, in :Metro- crdses of Madison: High School '.! 1i' r t : ".;.t'I
color, starring Robert'Stack, Dorothy I:! brought to a close the' 1960 school Five hostesses entertained Satur- .: .: I
,'Malone. Spine-tingling suspense on:'year for the class. DecoraIlons day evening at Mr and Mrs M C .,: ;r, ,
the high seas. A ship disintegrates'throughout I the hall were In the I Wooley's Cherry Lake home comilimcnting ,"" "" '. THANK ,', '" ,
in the middle of the ocean. 1,300 class colors, and a five piece dance Scotty Wooley, Jimmy .,
persons at the prey of the ocean.I'orchestra from Sarasota furnished Conway and Misses Barbara Filers, I
Intense, action-filed drama. j I music. Hosts for 'the gala affair II Tecna Bunker and Wanda Williams, ;.1
'were parents of the graduates, with members of the 1960 graduationclass. } % *
TEENAGE CAVEMAN, starring'I the mothers erring punch and Hostesses were Mrs Wooley, .t
Robert Vaughn, Darrah Marshall'Prehistoric cookies throughout the evening. Mrs James Conway, :Mrs Cteon .
rebels against prehistoric The two hundred or more guests Fliers Mrs W V Bunker and Mrs :

land, beasts.the primitive In this ,strange, superstitious barren included out-of-town the visitors.class, their dates and Gordon fifty WuuamxThe or more guests went to :To all my Madison County Friends! for tOO < : 1.raw. ro

people were bound by a strange ':.........'>
the lake in the
early evening and .
law-until they crossed the rirer.Exciting .
adventure. Cartoon. Mrs Leon Mason and daughter enjoyed swimming and boating. Tremendous Vote May 24I ::
me '
Margaret of Tampa will arrive Dancing was enjoyed on the you ,gave .
with spacious porches.: A supper of ; iI
week's visit
:Saturday for a 1 "; "
helping roasted wieners, cold drinks: toutedmanhma.11oWJ r
I her mother, Mrs R L Mlllinor.GoooTNirlFS .
and cookies wuIt'ned. I will Always Be Grateful vs ryr
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Pinttta. Fla, June 1, 1960 HANCOCKS
Dear Mr :Merchant:
Inclosed is my check for another
i )ocaz'. subscription to the E-R. Itbu (Ad paid for by county campaign treasurer) .

been -45 years since I started
taking the paper by writing the
Itzallen News when I began t acb-
: : ng. It still fills a big place in my !II[......KHHHH, Howard Tate and Jimmy Busby RETIRES FROM FSU-
life and more so, since I am a will Jf'anext week to attend Mrs Ida Simmons of Tallahassee

shut-in from arthritis. I enjoy the Bryan Electric Co. i summer school at FSU.i sister of Mrs S P Griffin who has
news as well as the editorials. "
r i been a member of the registrar'sstaff
'. The Presbyterian Vacation Bible at Florida State University for
+y ED'S NOTE: Thanks, Mrs Wood I Wiring and Repair School is in progress with Mrs i I 31 years, has retired and will re*
cock, for those kind words. We value I ,
Charles Knox and her corps of side at her campus home. She came
I beyond compare the friendship of n JU1J1.fL /
7 teachers conducting the classes. to FSCW In 1929.
our fine friends and customers. ---'
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