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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 17, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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POLIO SECOND INOCULATION CLINIC CENTERSFOR In the big Setter ad on page 131 1 A I IJ IOVER
of this issue the item
appears ,
". Mr and Mrs J D Newbern and
-. five children of Aubumdale arrived Delsey Tissue, 24 pies 89c. This Is
Greenville- Health Dept, Wed, Incorrect The ad should read: Del.
Saturday to spend the week with
June 22nd, 9-12 A M. Mr I E Reaves.Mb sey Tissue, Two 4-roll pkgs. 89c
Please make thit.eotTeCt1on
on your
iiDean D Day 'list

""""'; Dfc Brinson, Dr Harrison-( children, Mr and Mrs Si Reaves Shopping-

i Rant. Wed. June 22nd.. all .'. ..4;, Barbara, airs Harold Spenkle The Enterprise-Recorder

and baby, Mr and Mrs New'Bern and
Cherry Lake-Austin Jones 0iiItwe eat
family, I E Reavestsnd Miss Mabel DEACON APPOINTED TO
Cross roads, June 22nd, 3-6 *
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Lee.Whitty Store, June .22, 3-ti and Mrs Bill Foureker SaturdaMr ,. ..-- s ,1 tie
pm and Mrs SI Rea'veof} ValdnsU Deacon Rosen oC

"4 were hosts Sunday lo-t*h! 9.etlJ""l1y. "**, JTfcnn has been appointed relyDfa"s
Plnetta-Allen %' *. Jw*> :;, 3-6 .', ... .. I .
church
'\\ri ..,. 4. .... '- reunlea taf.JcJgl: Episcopal?
I- J'fm.- t 'IIf N Mr.,*td Mrs v Belt.o Budlh beiiat. and will enter upon his

t 3rd Clinic*forogUer in* Jinuar and family$ nd''!irJ d*Mts k u chastge4 *U/u1y lit. lie is now

Buchanan were vnsftbrs In Way- fintab njf his 9aemicary course aSe

WILNA PHIL IPS CIRCLE, 'j cross Sunday. *aWe. lie a native of Jade; ,
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1 Mrs Viola Gramllng attended the sonvHle Beach and U married.. 2,000 VISIT BUCKEYEThe One of the "Big Three" prodacerstof Buckeye goes into the production

Mrs J B Davis Jr entertained the: birthday dinner Sunday at Mr and Bu kt>< Cellulose Corporation' dissolving pulp in North Ameriea. !of many modern products such as
Wilna PhillIps Circle Monday after: Mrs J A Townsend's honor Rev and Mrs C M Benitez and cord cellulose
given la Fblcy plant held "Open[ Buckeye makes .high-quality rayon yams, tire ,
noon. OfficerSfjDlected for the new: of Mr Townsend. children Oman and Brenda who House" recently and more than[cellulose from pines and hardwoodsin plastic cellophane and many others
year were Mrs Bill Cave, 'chairman have hem of Rev and Mrs
Bobby Gene Arnold returned guests 2,000 persons toured the plant.{ this aftCellulose made at
; Mrs 'Charles Groover, cochairman : home Sunday, after spending the Paul Touchton. left Wednesday for 1 .
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Mrs Carl Sewell tl'ta.1 BIBLE SCHOOL CLOSES and skit with puppets MONTiCELLO: STOCK YARDAt
; week with Mrs Bobby''Buchanan. Key West where the Rev Benitez presented a
surer: Mrs W A Barfield, secretary! Mrs Betha Buchanan continueson will enter upon his new pastorateat I I,illustrating incidents and parablesIn

and Mrs Mack Primn, Sunshine I the sick list. El Salvador Methodist Church. ', Presbyterian Bible school closed the Bible and sang several songs. the Montlcello Stockyard Inc,.

chairman. Mrs Sewell presented' I. :Mr and Mrs Raymond Hugheyand I'Wednesday morning with exercisesin Mrs Charles Knox director, presented Jane 13, 75 cattle and calves were

the program on the topic "Thoughts 1 Tcrcssa of Jacksonville spent JEFFERY MARK JOHNSON the educational buJld lg.i Math child with a certificateof ( sold compared to 100 a week' ago.

for Young Mothers" The hostess the weekend with Mr and Mrs J L i The theme Signaling for Christ attendance and said there was Trading fairly active. Most classes
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served a chicken salad Lt aM Mrs 0 D Johnson of in numbers. Representative -
course Davis. was developed by cash group. The I Ian average attendance of 60 who few
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cookies and iced tea. Mountain View CaHf. announce the i classes of cattle and calves generally -
beginners enacted the of
I Mr and Mrs Tommy Cruce and story baby attended. ,
family*.and Mr and Mrs Paul Reavesof arrnval of a son. Jeffery Mark, tn Moses, answered catechism questions Assisting with the school were steady.
Mrs graham Wheeler and two 1 May 30.(>> Mrs Johnson Is the daughter I I
with and sang songs. L Wells. Mrs R L PrIM
and Hahira spent a short while i Mrs Jack
children Debbie and Victor
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of Mr and Mrs Paul Mcdune.
The primary group told of Noah Misses Beverly Bill Cave of Cave's Feed and
Mrs J 0 Coke Jr and two childrenare Mr and Mrs R L Crafttm Sunday. ; Mrs Charles Fleming.
Blackberries of Madison. and the Ark Crossing The Red Sea, Judy Cole, Mrs T C
visiting Mr and Mrs J 0 Cook; Nature note: are Gibson and Supply Store, is atfcerettag a State
Sr at Barnesville, N C this week. plentiful and are gctlng ripe In a Paul's boat trip and Jesus Walkingon Merchant Jr, Mrs Leila Gibson,I Seed Dealers Convention at Panama
-x- hurry. The Day children, Edna Mrs J L Studitill Jr and three the Water and gave several Mrs Gordon Ashley. Mrs J if DuRant City June 1618. J
children, Vonnle. John Lee aid o
Mr and Mrs Jack L Wells haveas Doris, Dale and Clyde, of Arizona I Otelia of Panama City have been songs Mrs Louis Thompson Mrs Mrs Cave accompataed: him and
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guests this week Mr Wells t are enjoying picking them They here for a week's visit with Mr and The juniors recited the 121st Walter Harris. Mrs Donald Loper they wall return Monday.all .
Mrs Wells of Jack. have blackberries out their except Psalm presented a flannelgraph oil
mother, Faye no Mrs Van II Priest and other rela Mrs Graham Wheeler and Mrs
sonvllle. ..". the cultivated kind. tives. the way of life through Jesus and to admire. A picnic was heldon

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\from this la their productionol I carrieswood into ther milV South<.Georgia* x.. <;
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Machines Visitors atteeye's I Buckeye pulp drying machine$ demand they can run different J3'uck..t
open house saw these pulp drying are rigged so that they can both ,wp to take care of several orders ctI1uI: .. Huge cranes are l rye buys about 80 percent .

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Robert South of Delaware
; I Ohio, too of the Rev and '4

I Mrs Robert Kenneth Smith of Delaware ,,'
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a, ''I The Rev Mr Smith, father of the z'I
groom, officiated.
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and was decorated with greenery ,

and arrangements of white flower .
Mrs Leonora Sraith, organist, :; w d
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.! \ sang -<>, Promise Me," and :
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John Thomasson of News' ,ort I
j News, Va., was the groom's best S-S
nan, and tuners were Bob Roy j ;
I y MacGregor of Milan, and Terry a .
Johnson of Valdosta. 1
\ j 4H Miss Miriam Collins of Port Republic -,
N J was maid of honor. r
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chiffon model over taffeta with a S ;
matching headband and accessories.. N.
She carried an arrangement of long
I r Farris and Julia stemmed roses.

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son FUu, flower girl wore a pate .. ;. 1I
; S VALDOSTA FEDERAL 'pays 4%. blue chiffon dress over'taffeta and V N .
R 'I WI M'WefS atI r.INTEREST i | carried a decorated basket* of rose
Y petals. .
w P; Messer I ; The bride was given in marriage
Battery & Ire Tommie Kinsey of Jacksonville and,
I by her father. She was lovely lb S
Pine .ta will undergo surgery in Valdosta
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I 1 : her full length white lace dress with
,: : Saturday morning. He will, S'S {
: net insets in the skin
that
Company wasposed
convalesce at the home of his:
over taffeta. Her
parents, Mr and Mrs W B Kinsey', fingertip
/ veil fell from a crown of matchinglace.
in Pinetta. '
Miss Fran Harrison returned Monday She carried a white yellow I
from a ten .days' visit In MannIng throated orchid and valley lilies.

? S C with her aunt, Mrs James Shop EAGLE'SFather's The bride's mother_wore a dusty I
Rawlinson, who accompanied her bl Lie lace dress with matching ha i
home for 'a visit with the Dr A F' and white accessories.The tj 10-Ton Jumbo Rolls at Buckeye- lose are cut, weighed, and packaged I producers of dissolving pulp in

m Harrison family. Day Sp cia.SeeAdPagel5 groom's mother was attired In Area show is the pulp finishing according to customer requirements. North America. I
a pink dress worn with a matching: area where jumbo rolls of cellu- Buckeye is one of the "Big Three
Power Lawn Mower Service at, hat and white accessories. --- --- -

I HOWERTON SUPPLY CO < I Following the wedding the couple! rBT N N N
was honored at a reception in the
educational buDding of the church.: Let's Go
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wedding cake that was embossed Inpink I
and white and waf topped Deep Sea

i iIi with bride and groom dolls informal r '
,, St. George attu- The white cloth on
:1) FISHINGON I
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the table was caught at the corners ,

i" w with pink bows. t
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'..-, A," r Of'''' T' e Smoky Mountains they will make I
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7 ; beige linen dress '&with"a matchinghat ...d
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Upon completion of schooling and \
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plan to go as missionaries to Kenya
Colony. British East Africa.

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-BOATING-PICNICKlNG-SURF !were the Rev and Mrs Robert K>I The versatile lime adds aa extra special touch la both tang and,
tt:. Smith* Miss Sarah Margaret Smith I 65 Feet Long decoration. Joke wheels wedges twists grated peel- verytlilag I
:1 CASTING DEEP SEA FISHING I Mrs Sarah Resecher, Delaware, : 13 Feet Wide l bat the seed is used and the big green PenLus,from Florida hays' I

.: ... :. Ohio; Mrs David Lee. Upper San-I 0 Snack Bar BO seeds. A BtU touch of lime is a wonderful thing &to enhaaca! I
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"' dusky, Ohio; Miss Anita Pcttlt. St. flavors of aQ kinds.
'1 I'i: r.. Petersburg. Faa; Mrs Maude Coffee, I CHARTERS MONDAY .- --.- -- -- -- ,
Fort Pierce, Fla. the Rev and Mrs FUNERAL SERVICES
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.J E B Coffee, of Cross City, Fla.; Mr r THROUGH FRIDAY i 58 Dodge 4dr. ;
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and Mrs Ltnton Willis and children I +
'' Leaves Dock 7:30 A. M.> Funeral services for Lime Mae
.\ of Madison. Fla. and Mrs A M Davis, who West I
Returns S to C P. M. passed away at a 57 Plymouth 4-dr.
'j' New units are Leslie of Ptoetta, Fla. Fferida hospital Sunday night, June
now open with bayside waterfront lots
The bride is the granddaughter of Trips Open To IndividualsSaturdaysSundayHolidays 5th. were held Sunday, June 12th '
inland canal lots for sale with beautiful (pine oak and Mrs D H Willis of Madison. at Lime Sink Baptist church with 56 Buick 2-dr.

palm trees. Streets at front and waterway at rear for Rev J C Miller in charge. Burial I

your boating pleasure. followed in Oak Ridge cemeterywith '56
KITCHEN SHOWER
Plym. Fury.
$5.00 PER PERSON TUlrnan & James In"charge.. I

f Graveside funeral rites were held :
I Miss Mary Ellen Selroan entertained at Oak Ridge cemetery Sunday,
all
': .WATERFRONT LOTS $2500 UP I at a kitchen shower Wednes- CapL Bud Taylor June 12th at 11 am for Minnie have air-conditioning
; Williams who died at Batavia. N
day afternoon at her home compllmcnting -
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p 7 -"- INLAND LOTS, $1000 Up : Mrs William C S Uriel a STEINILVTCHEE, FLA. Y, Sunday night. June 5th. Till-

1 1TD tS 20% DOWN $2S I PER LOT MONTHLY recent bride. 'The twenty guests included PHONE: t man it James in charge. RAGANSMOTORCO.Mr I
the college let at home on Cross City -..:. HY43423Stelnhatchee Richard Gregory, citizen of Greenville ..
.u 'ONLY. 65J INTEREST vacation and family of the hoooree. for many years; died at the
,. 1J' Rooms open en suite were decorated # I Madison County hospital Tuesday anyMrs Dan Griffin returned
.' with dar litte Guests were ; morning June 14th. Funeral arrange f Sunday from their vacation spent
entertained with a musical and i I rocnts are Incomplete., but: will be with, lies Griffin's mother, Mrs

,. Irr r.. marriage jumbo contest Prize winners a'' MUses Mary K Bornette arid announced by TUIman & James Bertha Mansmith in Arnold's Park, I
,' : ar = in the musical contest were)j Kathryn M Morrow leave Sunday, Funeral Home. ,Iowa and with other relatives in

J "I.ft. ". rp 3 m Miss Tool Jean Wells, and Miss: for Gainesville, where they wiU i f Omaha. Nebr and Fulda, Minn.
i b l .J, Mary Ruth Kramer and in the. attend a High School Journalism f While In Arnold's Park they attended
I Dr and Mrs A F Harrison and the golden wedding anniversary
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Miss
jumbo contest winners
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:. :. Katherine Smith and Dills Ray Nor- ida for two weeks. FJot..i two daughters Betsy only living
tt \...'. ck tAM:. The bonoree received many Dede Smith and Mrs: llarrisossister i uncle and his wife.
r' \ :r Iii t Mrs James. Rawlinson of -
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J" useful Her from the hot ER'fwa.aJe
gifts. gift l Cherry> take 4-H campers thisweek :' at Roberts Drug
'. 1 : __J' .J" ,- test was Madeira tnen. Mrs Ashley I were Alachua Nassau and.'Manning. S C will leave Saturday Store.
t" j / .. morning from Jacksonville on a '
( ''' also bride, was
;r fl. \ Fraleigh a recent Bradford county girls i
:' presented with a gift by the hostess. 1 I vacation boating trip up the Inland I
: Miss Susan Selmaa and Mia o o mu ,Waterway to Charleston. S C. From I
8. :Pc. VALDOSTA FEDERAL 4* there they will go to Lake Marion I Itt
i;;...'/' :". .: .e .,erties Lllla and nuts.Johnson served punch, cakes INTEREST. .pays near Manning. S C where they -will.

\ '. Ii I ftO"J'J.,1'"Ji.".$,.' have a
;1 :=:- cottage.x- I ,

LEGION AWARDS Fire Monday afternoon at "five AG11l
H. G' Smith is on .the island weekend. .. .
a; -I t < % every. --- o'clock largely destroyed an out :
g: t : -:";. Or Make an Appointment At the Eighth grade graduation house at the Akkxila Williams place i

i "!-. \ .. to,=" ,, at Cherry Lake School the past on South Orange street. A large U
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.1 ,. .J. ; week the American: Legion awards quantity of furniture and other! I
I k JIl. :4 were presented to Dorothy "Elaine a. Items were stored in the building,I ;
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burned also.
,. : Demon and Freddie Allen Smith. and these were I ; A340
f'r *, ,t..,\n It.. C. S11'1k '\ was estimated at possibly around Collect d'"f hoarse ,

\ .. .. .. ; : 1 Mrs J L Wyche was hostess to : .
.. : y' '. I, '. II .J.. '. her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. vsoo.Snbeam I 1.t t
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omCES. ,. .;.. :REALTOR' .: t k ; __' Mrs CUyte Dickinson Jr was nvisitor. Yacunn 1 I...
High and second high score I I
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f .r r }' '' Jr and Mrs Carroll BUkxk. Thehottest 1 CkuersBrynEleco.;
TALLAHASSEE' FLA. p. o; BOX loss ;- i I { 1901
1eTa dessert course. I IJ Ie .
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Racing NigWy i 8:15: u to y.-r a.w. taas a..*! FtorMa r.*.rtsf I .

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Matinees on Saturday' tie I i M OTHHrti..wra 6-321 j I '$

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JULY"4th I r POSTS CONTESTIN 4 Goodyear Farm Tractor If you want customers every ; .

215 j P.M.; ., ..... JUST 15 MINUTES MES I week in your store, tell 'em 4,

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O POSTPONEMENTSTHE SCRATCH YOUR ITCH- Large stock, priced right week. \

Your 48c back at any drug store. 4 ,
DOGS RUN AS WELL IN Messer
Apply ITCH-ME-NOT. Itch & burn- Battery&TireCo. CHERRY LAKE NEWS
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RAIN R
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ITCH-ME-NOT day or night for Mr and Mrs Walt Roberts hadas
eczema ringworm Insect bites, foot guests for last week end his .
CLOSED SUNDAYS itch other surface rashes. TODAYat parents and brother. '

. : SMITH DRUG STORE. (ac1)I Sonny JUne of Mflledgeville, Ga. FATtIER PASSES fi ,
i iI. I is a visitor here with the family of Mrs D'l Barnes and Mrs Bill
MINORS NOT ALLOWED i Mr and Mrs KIrby Rtfchmann. Sktlton received
I word that their
Sonny, who is the son of Dr and I
lies $1195 father had passed They left S
away.
Goodyear 1
1./ I Mrs H II Ring, is a former resident. I ,
Sunday morning foj Alexander S
NEGRt .
GRANDSTAND
670 x'15, Weather, lube- City. Ala to attend the funeral and
Mr D W Barnes drove them.
Am.- ONDmONED type, plus lax and. recappable WE SPECIALIZE IN KEVIN NANCE MILNERMr !

tire. and Mrs Bob Milner have

1 -TURFGLUB named their new son, Kevin Nance t ,

Messcr & Tire Milncr, born June Tin.. )
Battery
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; BIRTHDAYWEDDING Mr and Mrs Kermit Home an- TALLAHASSEE June 9-Pretty togs they made themselves were 1' ;.,
..J.FINEST Company nounce the arrival of a baby girl modeled June 9 by 411 girls at a dress revue at Florida State "

FOOD r June 9th. She has been named University where 500 are attending a week-long short course. The t.....
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II I +' SOCIAL Patricia Lynn. girls modeling the dresses of their own manufacture are all county
I E-R's for sale Bcvis Grocery, Mrs Ethel Castleberry of Birmingham ..
II .. :.. PARTY dress revue winners. Left to right are Carolyn Thomas of Mayor ;;
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DAILY DOUBLE Mr and MrsAV wither of Ala was the guest of Mr modeling a white sheath with a flocked nylon overskirt. Nancy S
2nmCEs Jacksonville; arrived Tuesday and CAKES and Mrs C E Buckhalt last week. Jo Cochran of Jacksonville modeling a silk shantung Sunday dress >tt I
Iet AND ..... "'; I will b* .here for the summer YacaI Members of the Cherry Lake and Letoy Raganj bf Madison in a semiformal of embroidered '
) I lien at the home of Mrs J B liar- Methodist church attended the Officers white organdy. ,
dee. Study Coarse at Greenville j jON

ON U. S. 19 4 MILES: NORTH :Monday nightRUDOtP1I'S
Want a lot on St. George Island J JSee
OF MONTICELLO, TLORIDA Sec Ad of H G SMITH in this CORN EATING DEAN'S LIST I'I Want a loton St. George,Island?
I Park Center Rudolph Sapp reported that he Ad of H G SMITH ins this
I paper. Bakery
JEFFERSON COUNTY I i rb,Y_ 1 had 2 cats that love corn on the Miss Mary Jewell Touchton ofMadison ; paper.
422 E. Park Ave cob. AU they want is the corn to be made the Dean's List at I
G-E Appliances I Mr D W Chason of Greenville
shucked High Point College for the spring
KENNEL CLUB PHONE CH 2X677 semester.. entered Pipe View hospital Tues-
,MISS BUCKHALT HONORED '
Co. Valdosta, Ga.The"960" ; day for treatment
.... Howerton Supply Miss Carmen Buckhalt. daughter *
and Mrs C E Buckhalt was Locally grown watermelons appeared -x-
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honored with a bridal shower last
week. end Florence Coody left Wednesday
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afternoon the honk of
at
Thursday for Camp Skyland, N. C, where .
.Mrs R L Prine.Cohostesses ; they will spend 4 weeks.
Want a lot on St, George Island?
e' for the shower were See Ad of II G SMITH in this. "
Mrs Gross,, Mrs Westerman and paper. E-R's for sale at Yellow Pine Cafe
e Mrs C Marsh. I.. r -- ,

The honoree received many lovely

gifts.FLETCHERSINCLETARY.
f WED. Now Open

Miss Emogene Staglctary. daughter
of Mrs Nellie Stefletary and<

d3F the-united late to marriage Alton Sfadetary.to W II Fletcher was I COLONIAL HOUSE OF MUSIC

ion of Mr and Mrs J II Fletcher f -

of Lovett ,
1108 N. Patterson S* Val osta Ga.
The marriage was an event of I t ,

# ,r Sunday June 12th at Harmony Bap-I' OFFERING FINE QUALITY .
kR List Church with the pastor Rev',

"" JG Jimmy Her brother.Hardwkk Kenneth officiating.Stngktary.Ian .j Pianos and Organs J

/ A her in marriage and Miss:
Ruthie Hawkins was b bridesmaid. I .

dUe.The Fla.couple*will. reside in Gaines $::190.00.0ff the Nationally Advertised Price on '


CIVIC CLUB MEETS All New Spinet Pianos -
Cherry Lake Chic Club met Mon-

day night to plan further improvements FEATURING IVERS & PONDS- IELODIE GRAND-
{ In the community. i
f14EE... Mrs Ceo Shaw demoWtraled thej i HENRY F. MILLER PIANOS

Breathing Equipment and'
.... Rescue
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told quickly I this device will *work -- .10-Year .

on anyone that has stopped breathing ..
or has been drowned. : T-i: Guarantee .
COLE PORTABLE FREE... Coffee and cookies were served' r '
AT HO tarts COSTI On All
by Mr Buckhalt and Mr John Thigpen. -' y

l XTRW #t .C4a.M.... a.., Lq.rrI..,,.. .,,, A special meeting will be held I New Pianos .'1
I June 23th. a ", .
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F Mr and Mr*' Dosgias Martin )11'j M51Regency M-52 J i

50. Lakeland earn last week to Contemporary

Mrs T C MeNally and Mrs Howard, ,.. :.j

". .:, .j; "" Hughey ....daughter.. Rachel Ann I Factory Re- s ;:,
Bench
Free m
a n. plus tart ; :i. ... .:,.. for a trip to Cttnten, S C tor at bunt and Refinished ,? g xg fl .
'UJ .' visit with Mr and )1.J H [i4iu B ". 1
:'... I Free DeliverySP i= ?' 1
COMPARE THIS ADDITIONAL FEATlHUSt alt erred Wednesday :MIRROR o oio ,. .Q
I,r 1U.-iuB SALE .* ,APIIUf'POIf. cAttucc UCC.IULL sat rtTsairearnAC.I.Nrt .; .yt --- --- I ITermites L'TET I !f ;: B : ;;;

LASt era WWCAtOt ttCKT AND tOT twIG wren KU I ." ? 2 year GuaranLiberal Tradein f .1.3. [ j )
1T' "' iI'Ic 4 CAW HOIOU AtmUMtnC VGHk +, -. X* tI Swarming |; teeRegular : ,
sutmns STMtoui t;,%.,.<( .... CALL tI Special $2gg ti o:: '!.,
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VALDOSTA FEDERAL pays 4%,Pastor's ReturnS r;

INTEREST. Pittsburgh Sunproof
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SUPERINTENDENTLewis .
Builders TosetherV1th Codas Outside White .
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the sermon topic at the Sunda .
Tire $1555 GI'Oof Quitman Ga.. morning service at the Methodist K
of
baa been employed by the City
!I church by the pastor, the Rev Paul
Madison as Natural Gas Superintendent \
plus tax & recappable tire to auume duties June 19. I Tcuchlon who was reappointed to n
in'''r Madison First church for the third
He has had 13 years experience .
consecutive )"Mr. The speaker, placed I'
Natural Gas operations and comes i1jj3 '
Paetta Garagel emphasis upon the work of higher
well qualified for the position. Mfi I I ,, ,
education In church-related Institutions '
Groves is 36 of Ir married'and ,
HU 3-2304, Plnetta, Ha. has two years children age.Mrs Groves,I j and the offering was d ig- ;
Crated to scholarship and student. \
and children will arrive when a
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loan funds Miss Mary Jewell Touch
home is available here. I ,
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Mountains.At the evening hour the Rev C i I I II II Special, $558 gallonS >, ,,., I, 'LIT.

'HIS w Io.f fwt leaned N Benietez of Cuba filled the pulpit I "1'<" ,
and brought a message relative ULD W & FUJIE RESISTANT
WBi the Wf to his chdistian missionary work Be

.f his fame rwTt 'was appointed at the recent Lakeland -, Bllii MILTON CA r. tj .
conference to a mluIon church:.
property tevrWI l' at Key WestDr OWNERS

Robert Kennedy, musical director ., .
led in special congregational SUPp'YioneFEED& 1'l 'I:
Don't you neglect the insurance on the values you have iyour slngm?' with Miss Gayle Hamilton,|

home.You have too big an investment at stake)Make organist Walter Cave. soloist sang u.s.f.
The Old Ragged Cross. i i .
you're covered Call us for a complete property
cure .
An informal social hour washeld .
Madison.Florida
insurance checkup...to4a,. In Fellowship Hall following, A't/3-66/6 .
.the earning service. Mrs R D Baker'' I
** futNmmt tort I \ '
Mu uAinis *oa WUH? MUSMS;jwvioif AM* :
served punch and cookies tr :
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a CHEERLEADERS ENTERTAINED JIlt :,' '
THE WEATHER tk
Mr and Mrs Marcus Morrison! ,

108 W. Pinckney. Telephone HU 3-C250 left Sunday on a vacation trip to; Mrs Doyle Brown entertained the ....
Biloxi Miss, where they are .
guests. f59-60 A Team cheerleaders with Week ending June 14th, 1960
of T Sgt Miles Morrison and }at..'a swimming party and picnic i'l t '
ffrprtttnttnt tJx HaRfdM fttt V&W&: CWfifc! IB?o tt U ; fux. Mm.Wednesday t( 1
Keesler Field
:Morrison
at Thursday afternoon, June 2,. 00 68 .10
supper ;
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at Blue Springs. 1 I Thursday 87 67 .0) :i .4'
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/ The eight cheerleadersWanda'!Friday 86 59 .00

FLORIDA'S Williams, Tenna Bunker, Martha.Saturday 8T 59 .00 KS.Flavorkist
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Sunday 91 61 .00
Selnun Barbara Him,. Nell Nor- rf
BIGGEST VACATION fleet Beverly Brteson, Mary Kay Monday 965 .()\) '
Tuesday 92 65 .00
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Burncttc and LaVerne Brown. Mrs
BARGAINELLINOR!, /-
Janice Brown, their sponsor, and TOTAL JC .'
six of the football boys-Randall, Rainfall week ending June 11th
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Buchanan, Johnny Plant Maury at Gibson Tower None, Lovett Tower 't', # )
s roAS Blalock Charles Armstrong, Buddy I IjM} In. Autilla Tower 0.10 in, ''' A'r
pagans and Wayne Gibbs-attended Sinclair Tower 0.50 In, Madison 'I "lJ. )
LOW AS '., the afternoon's fun fcrestry headquarters None. .'.; .
rAtDAYTONABEACH Son rises June 17th 5:29 am, sets .
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VILLAGE $ Mrs Janke Brown presented all 7:39 pm. : i: 1It

the girls with lovely gifts. Moon rises June 17th 124 am. .. ";."1 c, :
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Moon In constellation of Pisces t
LEAVE FOR CAMP 'June 17th. .

650 FAMILY VACATION VIUAS PER 1 WEEK FOR 4 I I High tide June 17th at St Marks I ;

n gYTHC WftfttB'S MelT FAMOUS BEACH 17. OF UO vms r Misses Susan and Mary Ellen light 9:18 am. ,. .

Suimtitmt fools Coif&Tomtit. tAAY 1 j a Selman will leave Friday for" an ..
Free TV Real r...&.*..*wM6 AUGUST 21 r' I t"td1eelcs'. outing at Camp Sky GO TO CAMP .... n .V niU.a CChocolj"N
I .line/fmtoM, Ala Mary Ellen will 4 '
JM MM MITe RftCWG .e '
MCM le a Councilor. Mr W B Selman
\Villiam
A".... ..I&ter v",.. I. ....4"d....rK and Miss Roberta Sel ian 4rtp acccmpany Ferd Naughton Jr Clark
fwd/. .... ...."..u. ,...,... them and the SeUnan and Van Russell-will leave next ,: !
sM week for Camp doudmont. Valley ICEl.'I'CRE
party will stop en route to visit.Mr <
-.'- .- -rfll}; 7 lead Ala, to spend four weeks.
F.I"..c.... "'-' ...... ........Mea.II Selman's, parents Mr and Mrs.:fJ Naughton will be a Camp Councilor.
I ,./.........*......| I D'Salman at Rome. Go,Bill s.1. .Also leaving.for'Camp Skyline thir
KUNOR VILLAGE, Dept. G-321 \ : man will be at Ckodraont* Camp peek,erdjan! r rYCaro1 Naughton.
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for the.suauner. *
s DAYTONA REACH, FLORIDA 1 g : ,AmirfUruvs. Marie Jane Candy and.

I /: ..;. ::';; v Tommy Greene left Sunday for I IValleyvfew Nell NorflectMrs .
'Itrrw "r4'ryA.oaess Ranch Camp.on LookI p -
; ,. Mrs CadS
> Jesse Hughey and
.. out Mountain to spend the 1UlnI ner.
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+ : un1th have returned home, after : i }{IOLSmr
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onr. ITA ... ..""" ., '; .J;" I VAIJXSTINTEREST. FEDERAL pays spending several days in St. Angus-I "
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'" deliberately ordered, everymodel sedan and .r.;**, ,: : ',>.t' .
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rrUST \ Py r tp.\, .
: wagon Every option. All eight colors, too. There'sno ..$ 4J': "
:: fSt ;-:, FARMER CRAY SKIN

S fussin'. no ordering. Pick out, _! .. ,0 J: u bI :*f ; : f
STAND t V ,,/'.Z

I any Valiant. Read ther Federal sticker. Then forget) "', ..', .,f ''1 ,.:: FRAN


:'THERE it! We're sellin' Valiants fora lot less! How much!! ; '" r PSC fl1.JCED I BREAK

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'i\: YE I end 'of town. He's got good_news aboud. '

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1 :LJP the savings" 'Valiant' sedans and wagons.. 0 #1ft BREAKFAST




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teak Merchants Green Stamps BROILERS iSEATVOD O 39C I'

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Strawberry scAlloPS u 59 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I .
WITH PUICMASt Of
CARTON Lot
QUICK FROZEN FILLETSFlounder g.
11 MARLBORO CIGARETTES 41
MAXWELL HOUSE THIS COUPON EXPIRES
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Qt. JAR Orange GOl Drink CANS 602 W W MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS '\,

S S. :Thisoo FOOD ORDER WITH .- 2 WITH'ciiio KC. _. .' ,
SOUTH AMERICAN\ lEAN'
x7R MORE Old Fashioned Dinner Franks ,

7<7<* 1 CORNED $100BEEF THIS JUNE COUPON 13, I960 EXPIRES nzzrs
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S IKG 39C ] CANS. .S- II q
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A _eKC Z 3ge te' '' GREEN STAMPS i :

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t. Bille QT. SIMONIZE SELF POLISHING \
'. Spaghetti I. & 2 FLOOR WAX '
.LB e 45' THIS COUPON EXPIRES I .
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'" / -1<17< LIMIT-i Wilt Fiuib VegefabfeJI

I MLP! < :R.WEFT MILK $500 FOOD dfcDER _THIS__c_TOUPON_....._' ......iHl...
JEWELShortening U. S NO t 'B' SIZE WHITE I ,
5 3 CANS 2Sc 25
Potatoes 10 us 39c

E '*.ALL OR LB 29XXX ; 'r CALIFORNIA WNK'MEATCantaloupes. 'MERCHANPVI! GREEN STAMPS "
| '>RCi: CURD CUP 3 2 PACKAGES OF OSZEN DOWNY
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CRISP CELLO PACKAGEFresh FOOD ,JUNE 18. 1960 f ..
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)UNT ARISTOCRAT 5 U PACKAGE PLAIN OR SELF RISING 50 COUNT DUCHESSSANDWICH 50 COUNT DUCHESS
PER PLATES GOLDEN ROSE FLOUR BAGS LUNCH BAGS
i COUPON EXPIRES THIS COUPON EXPIRES THIS COUPON EXPIRES THIS COUPON EXPIRES
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-1 i Sfc, EAGLE'SSpecials. II 0 .. 0 ,
Briggs-Stratton Motors park .

Father's Day and service. II ,"- \ '

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See Ad Page 15 HOWERTON SUPPLY dO. READING :! '

I'M I $ : \i ; :
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VISITS ROTARY CLUB
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1 NEW HOMES A pretty young-Turkish woman,I p : ;1 ,

I Mrs Selma bemren-Ozerk, of ADS IN THE'w
WOULD YOU BUILD A &EW Ankara,. Turkey was a visitor at
I
HOME ON YOUR LOT OR ACRE the Rotary Club meeting here Wednesday ..
No Money Down Check These! Mrs Demren is an architect "
with the department of construction ...
I
C SILLS, NOT 3No. o? the Turkish Ministry of Education .. '.' ... ,. ,oil. .
1 FLOORING, NOT No. 2 and isi) visiting schools in this f 41-,.'...';, '
N'). 1 SIDING, NOT No. 2 country,, one of which was our .: ,
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2x8 FLOOR JOISTS, NOT 2x6 North Florida Junior College, and as
TERMITE SHIELDS studying their consjruction and 1 ,
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styles. She has been in the United
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CRESOTE ALL SILLS AND Stoles six months and speaks quite I E II R +
FLOOR JOISTS good English' for that brief periodof .. '
Same Price as others that use No. 2 time. I c'.
Material and Three Sills Mrs Demren was accompanied to 1

Up To 10 Years To Pay Madison by Air II F Allender of '
REMODEL.AND ADDITIONS -: Tallahassee, architect with the 4
Florida Department of Education.., y luIri.L #
Get prices and specifications from Mr Allender told the Rotarians,that .I .. ii '; 1\\
The Rest Then You Will Buy the design of NFJC was the best : 4
From Sparks Best of all the Junior Colleges In the .
state. ,
Our Satisfied Customers Are Our The program was In charge of I.N' .
Asset 0""
GREATEST Curl Bevis. who conducted a quizon 0
Write the local natural gas program. \
Governor-nominee Farris Bryant's. :

Best Homes platform, and the forthcoming ',
Sparks
Democratic national convention. ,

MADISON, FLORIDA -Want--a-lot on St. George Island? ... .
See Ad of H G SMITH in this i. .
paper. .' 1
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FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT l
USE KERATOLYTIC ACTION
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NEEDFURNITURE .
BECAUSE it sloughs off the Infected . I
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? drying T-4-L liquid a keratolytic, at .. .. j ,
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any drug store. If not delighted In ; ,
3 DAYS, your' 48c back. Use T-4-L ..( $....
Then See FOOT POWDER too-gives antiseptic k
Keep Up W h.AII. :
soothing protection. NOW atSMITH'S 0 0'
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,1;'CHERRY LAKE COMMENCEMENT LITTLE COLORED GIRL SHOT Mr' and Mrs Wlllam T J
,' jL j 1 I. Beggs I Miss Mary Jane Merritt of
OUR BUSINESS Is helping YOUR McWOUAMS GARAGE' are spending the summer In Atlanta Atlanta spent the past week end
BUSINESS. TIlE E-R. 4. 'f I Commencement exercises rot..I Cornelia Ann Aflceo, 11-year old where Mr Dens Is attending I! here as the guest of the T J Beggs ,..
I ---- -- -- j Cherry Lake Eighth Grade were heldj ]r colored'girl who Hues la the Plant the summer session at Emory Unltersity -|Jr family to attend the Country I II

L. j Thursday, June 2nd, in the audltoriura. -.,Sub-dirisJon! was accidentally shot I ; I Club ,annual. ___dinner_ dance.
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Pianist Mrs R 11 Dugan. I. L Lu. AL.L Lu. .L..u L
.. i .uw u w.u uvgus JL rouge U4f '
.. Beautiful flowers and greenery knees Wednesday' rooming in the
+ funned the setting: for the stage and AST tobacco bam at the foot of I
I IF IT'Sf 'bhZE1 program. tDr3lohn Cemetery Hill where she was work- SUVVANNEERIVERf
Sands.gave "Sew Frontiers4 -, ing. Mr Arch In charge of the l
*fin**,'his' inspiring arSalutatorisa talk to the bun, had picked up4a pistol thought '
IKIT'S class. j to be unloaded; w lien the gun went
.. .. of the eighth grade'off. The "Wnds,"fortunately, were
+ 'ft class was Blanche Gentry; Valedictorian -j mt serious and the'child is recovering -
Dottle Denson. Sharon...Sapp "satisfactorily at thetocal... hosLIONS JUNIOR COLLEGE ;
read Ux Class WILL Class. mottoOrmard .pftaL '
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/ Mr 'George Shaw, principal:: made I( i
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Cherry Lake, American Legion'I -
UfiSULLlLAnd j awards were presented by II L T C Merchant Sr was. in charge ;I
PriM, Commander. ,.l' et the program at jhe Lions' Oub'mt"etinJr
w d. .' Promotional certificates were p e* : Tuesday and gaa talkon
the Smfth-Corona Electric Portable is .sented by Mr Ale c H Smith School the forthcoming presidential ..

i the world sfJrif and only eteclrk pctable. I'Board ;Member William, to:Henry Roger Collins RalncyBcasley ; campaigns campaign,and some of the earlier !i .., .1. ..."'"i. .,...;v.:., ........... .,.',.. ,,. '," .

j ust a touch of the k ys and 4 ctric Dorothy Elaine Demon; Blanche' Visitors included John Dickinson "j

:. power takes ov r,1pi n lkilflier, uniform, I Puline Gentry. Howard Tex Hum- of Tallahassee a former member- ; of I MADIONFLA. '
rnnt perfect resulfs-l.V.4n ijiiraoi M rs phrey; Benjamin Bain Hunsbergert the dab, Jim Blasingame of Jacksonville 1
:- hunt and p ck*' tj tftl.'l>on't stttor Mary Sandra King; Ira John McCoy: Vernon Peters of Monti-I
k old fashioned portoW .Get .* i I John Hilton Moore; Michael Henry cello, Fred Hunter of Tallahassee, ; .
Newell, John Marion Norris; Arm and Art William sol radison.I I .
touch, the powlif performance .
power \
Sharon" Sapp Pond Freddie Allen
; Snuth Corona electrk poftablf! 'j Smith. nized far having a perfect attendI r I i OFFERING THE FOLLOWINGTWOYEAR I

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t f DUNN' FABRIC SHOP SPRING AND SUMMER 'Too Late To ClassifX".1 '

6.70 x 15 black-tube typoGoodrichSafetyS.
FOR SALE: Pure bred .
MRS. P. L. ARNOLD Orange & '
Sale!
I Fabric Reduction Bunker Sis* Madiion, Fla. 42-lt-pd! 1 .

FOR SALE: Good dean straw for '
t ) '. .'' packing watermelons. HOWARD Tire $1055 Pt."
( e .0 PURE IRISH LINEN, HUGHEY RL 3, Madison Fla ," .'. ,.

t. I t> ;0't WhIte and colors 35 42-2t-pd Printed floral 36" .SALESMEN WANTED

r t Regular $1.19-,1.29 yd. reg 1.69 Special 129 yp profitable WANTED Rawleigh: Man or business.Woman Products for PhieltaGaragePhone ..

tt COTTON SATIN 98c yd. well known In Madison County. lID 3-2304, Pinetfc, Fla.
J :iJKOYGASHEL LINEN .. Real opportunity. See FRANK
I I MASSEY, P. O. Box 74. Anthony,
In Ireland FbL, or write Rawldgh's,
t Printed-made Dept.1 E-R's for sale at Pinetta Drag
FAF-1KM19, Memphis Term.
Plain' color W refc 98c yd. Bee. $2.794.. 42-31-pd' :Store. Shop EAGLE'S


,COTTON SATIN 79c yd Special $1.98 yd. ,NOTICE: Tenth\ Anniversary Father's Day Specials.


To whom it may concern: No See Ad Page 15]
trespassing! no dumping of trash, ,
-- 45" Butcher linen FOR SPORTSWEAR I no burning on my property at The Class of 1950, Greenville "
High School, celebrated its tenth BIBLE SEMINAR
( and Cotton Wash'n Wear 39" Cherry Lake. Violators will be
Dacron Washable Plain Colors Dcnium Sailcloth, Printed prosecuted. anniversary with a, class reunion. '-
1 1I .. Reg. 98c yd. Terry Cloth MRS ANNIE L HARRISON. I The climax of the celebration
I BerLien Masonic H Hugh Hancock, presiding minister
1 42.2t-pd' was the supper held in the I
Lodge, Saturday, June 4. of the local congregation of
i Plain colors Reg. 79c yet 79cyd: QCCASON5Taffeta [ I LOST: Two bound dogs; one white I II Eight of the original fifteen class, Jehovah's Witnesses reports that a

t tt and brown spotted, other white members and their families were three-day Bible seminar will beheld
t 59cyd Tulle .Net Satin Lace. Brocade,: and red speckled. Lost about slcmn presenL in Jacksonville. ,

t ... ... ... .... ---- ----- southeast of Hopewell, Fin- 'The rooms were decorated with a II "The entire congregation is ec.
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: profusion of Spring garden flowers. pected to attend. Hancock said
der please notify AMOS WILLIAMS '
Mortar Boards with green tassels, 'for we believe that if a religion is
I Lee, Fla and receive ,bearing the inscription "Class of worth believing It is worth putting
I i.r: DUNN FABRIC SHOP reward 42-lt-pd I 195O Reunion, 1960" were favors.I into practkej .. .

'attachment for I I The menu consisted of ham. potato -I
Mosquito fog U7ff. Ii
t f : ,4; J' f ri QUITMAN GEORGIA your power lawn mower. HOWER- I salad English peas, sliced to-i Miss Bessie Arnold of Brooks-
ft'I' hot iced tea and cake.
rolls
) .. TON SUPPLY COMPANY i natoes I I vale: spent a few days here this
\ t,1> j I Class members attending the reunion -
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO, I
ri. \ included: Tom S Studs till Jr, week. She teaches in a Seventh
Is your air-conditioned S & HI Summer School :'!'R W Brown. T Virgil McHargue Day Adventist School This summer

Green Stamp building supplies; : Martha (Leggett) Brown; Annelle she will attend Southern Missionary
Summer School will begin at: (\Vorden) English, Myrna Ann College at ColJegedale, Tenn.
1ekf :'i Supermarket selling everything
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North Florida Junior College, Monday (Reams) Green Mary Lou (Cox) -- -
't, build anything June 20 at 8 a. m. Courses, Heine and Leola Mae (Cone) Sands. '58
will run approximately two hours Mrs Brown and Mrs English DOE1gC4dr.
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PIV'VICKERSiMPLEME .
SWEET SIXTEEN PARTY pet day, 'Mondays through Friday.Registration served as hostesses. ":
will be conducted at I ,The class elected Mrs English; 57 Plymouth 4-dr.
the first meeting of ,the class on, and voted to
Dr and Mrs A F Harrison complimented -I permanent secretary '
t NT CO. INC. their daughter, Mbs Betsy Monday the ,Library.June 20. Registrants reportat have reunions more often. '56 Buick 1 2-dr. 1
HairUon with a Sweet Sixteen
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OFFICERS INSTALLED Mrs Kenneth Haman and two 56
Oub. Plym. Fury.
Officers for the new church year daughters Pamela and Janice. of
RAMBLER DEALER ; Decorations in the ball room were I
r were Installed at the Presbyterianwomen Beaver 'Falls. Penna are' here, for
in pale yellow and green. Sixteen of the church meeting Monday extended visit with her mother,

,I' FOR NEW &USED CARS '''a Coming background pale yellow of greenery candles on against the afternoon by Dr Oscar Beck. an Mrs C A Langford and sister, MrsJ all have airconditioningRAGANS .
In his Installation charge be stressed B Davit, and family.
I mantel emphasized the lovely decor.The j jI'
the church
the three missions of :
__ _____________________ _ two-tiered birthday cake in evangelism, worship, and service. E-R's for sale at Greenville DrugStore MOTOR CO.
: ;;; ; white and yellow centered the Mrs J M DuRant conducted the I' I
with
S I THE refreshment table, covered a -- -
f LiWl'Mewersat business meeting when Mrs T C ,If_"" ." LlI1 f'f Add Af'f r d a#'AI?LY Ad .r.C1f AI?a#' dJ -'
Rttary I aQu----l vbite organdy cloth Trays of hors- S TW J S
d' ouervres, sandwiches cake, cook- Merchant Jr care; a report on attendance

I let nuts and mints and punch were at Synodkal Bible Training ... '
Messer Battery & Tue School .
Well you didn't send me no served throughout the evening' ; One -
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velepei so I guess you indent want hvndred or more guests enjoyed
Ctmpany I to here from me. But I had some dancing and proms. Sonny King of on seeing: and believing {:__
good: new* from down here so Li MiUedgeville, Ga. was a guest with Scripture from in and 2nd
!just had to rite, also cad news to.1 I II Assisting were Mrs James Raw chapters of 1st John. I
Mrs Curtis Clements and two I been tfinna C, Mr and ]..fJ"sV T Holllngsworth conductedan WE HAVE PLENTY .
I going: to the Church of I! of Manning S ft
daughters, Martha Nell and Melba, the
,Christ every night for .a week and Mrs Kirby Reichmann Dr and Mn. interesting program on .
and &iss Paula Jackson of Frost, Fund of the church PEAS FOR
I heard'a General Agencies CANNING $L50: per bu.
went today to the church, J M DuRant. Mr and Mrs William
proof and Mrs R J Pickets and including the board of women'swork
good sermon and singing and McChesney. Mr and Mrs T L Fra- "
daughter, Miss Jean of Lee at. ] T-V radio and audio-visual "
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plenty to eat down at the swimmIng leigh, :Mrs R D Bowen and Mr and ; GA. RED SWEET POTATO PLANTS
tended the wedding of their niece committee; Presbyterian Foundation;
pool park. Mrs W V Bunker. |
And cousin, Miss Pearlie Ruth foundation American:
Bro. Lee from RusMlMlle. Ala t Misses Fran Harrison and Betty historical ; '
Sapp, and Don L Whit ft fid at Bible society; Montreal; Stfflman $3.50 thousand : ,
ivas the speaker. He preached at Fraleigii paned nuts and mints. per
Woscley Hall Baptist church Friday Greenville lone time I guess College: general coondU and Presbyterian .. .
ago
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afternoon. school of Christian Education. .
him and the preacher that lives! Mr and Mrs Kersey Pickets and

James Sale, manager-x- of Madison here will be at my house Tuesday. two children. Lowell and Paula of FENCING BARBED WIRE 0 POULTRY NETTING .
Oh I heard some one from up at Frostproof were week end guestsof POULTRY AND'
Western Auto Store announces the f O STOCK SALT-ALL KINDS OF
Greenville wai buried at the Pisgah Mr Pkkels" mother, brother and BIRTHDAYS '
arrival of a carload of Wizard cemetery today I never learned who:sisters Mrs R J Pickets and Jean M STOCK FEED -- GROCERIES FRUIT -

I t .. Freezers'.t a very special price In J It was.I f Mr Dorman Pickets and family and Miss Mettnda Lay was two years
.. this week's ER.ER' 1 I I 1C sure is dry down here and hot Mrs Edd Smith Jr and family. Mrs old Thursday. Her: father, TEXAS MOSQUITO SPRAY TOBACCO POISON-JTOBACCO. TWINE .
also.Please Pkkels had u guests Sunday Mrs BOB LAY. abo celebrated a mi e-
t, for sale at Madison Drue,, print this If you can I sure Curtis Cements and two daughters.,(! stone the same day. The DUmber .
Store. 'thank you for printing the Sher'die. ,Miss Paula Jackson. Mr and Mrs Somewhat: trader 47. I

: My. foot Is still swollen and hurta.1 Frostproof.Kersey Plckels Mr and and two Mrs children Dorman of J. z. U LES SONS a aeert

: WiiMIst The preacher came and got me TIckets and tons and Mr and Mrs SMALL HOUSE BURNS
t carried to church: then brought me I Edd Smith Jr and children:: Mrs
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home, a nice man. I saw Iota Clements and daughter and Miss A small Louse occupied by a nv 3-z asI I'I. ...
t ** ''I m> old friends that live here Jackson attended Sunday School at colored family on Sooth Orange '1
from Madison and from ofl Lee Baptist church Sunday moxnInf. : street was destroyed by fire at 3 ...

t t &Ehcfrk2C.. !I two_today._ SQUAW. p m. Mommy The fire was said to .

VALDOSTA FEDERAL pays 4 E-1l" for tale. at Twin Oaks hare started when a kerosene cook ..
t INTEREST I stove exploded.
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CARLOAD OF WIZARD HOME FREEZERS-525 LB. CAPACITY, 15 CU. ft. CARLOAD PRICE $21iOO BUY NOW AND SAVE.

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.. OLD TIRES J "....t (your Home Town Gazette BRIGGS-STRATTOtf 10 per cent Down Payment MOTORS Goodyear TIres $11.95

June 18 J e The HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
ARE UNSAFE
Saturday -
670 15 All-Weather
ER.rNOi'ES x tube-type
DOUBLE FEATURETHUNDER "., ':
IN THE SUN, In I plus tax and recappable tire.
Eastman color, starring Susan Hayward ., ::' Sluing Tire Sale is now going LEE NEWS\ I Rev and Mrs James Barber spent

Jeff Chandler. The exciting! on-Come A in and get. your set I the week end in Jacksonville where I
story of the French wine-growers! Mr and Mrs* Frank Rutherfordhad Mr Barber preached in one of the M'ESSER

and their trek to California. A! of Firestone. Tires. Now. at a as recent guests Mr and Mrs Baptist churches. Dr Sam Lastinger,I
daring and unusual fight to the Prof of Education at FSU filled
finish. great savings. Broward Williams and chil MUdrrn, henry, and Roy, of PalaUka. Sunday morning and Prof J C i
THE MIRACLE OF THE HELLS, .
Moore at the evening service, in the
starring Rex Reason June Vincent Mm Dan Mauldin and two sons pastor's absence. I
Forged out of the human heart. A _. .
Danny and Alike, left last Saturday -- - -- -- - -- --
vengeful woman's 4iae challenged for Augusta,
Georgia
to
by a courageous man's fighting DAYISSERVICE spend
faith and a miracle that saved a I'their vacation with her husband: STUMP BROS.
I'Mr Dan Mauldin. who has
town. A warm family story of love employ

t and life. Cartoon. ment there .. t ( ,
.'. STATION Mr E It 'Bianton, Miss Vesta
;r. Sunday-Monday, June 19,' 20I I Blanton, and Mrs B F Bianton CASH and CARRY
WHO WAS THAT LADY? starring .
I Tony Curtis;; Dean :Martin; ltndhon., 1 $HU3-660I went to Jacksonville. 'Thursday At 306 SOUTH PATTERSON GA-FLA. DEPOT BLDG.
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last week
Shee to brine Mrs J B Rains
then I
t Janet Leigh. peeked, VALDOSTA, GA.
talked then the fun began. He got home. She Is convalescing nicely '
deeper in dutch when:lie- tried 'to INVITATION TO BIO after being In St Vincent hospital! Sheetrock x 8 x 3/$"; ff 11OC

explain. A ''rollicking) corned}: A I for two'ftks.. ,\ sheet .. .. .. .. .. ...: yl-Ot)
.. of lovable lovers involved fa CONSTRUCTION -- Dewitt
pair Mrs Green and two children

Sealed bids well be received by Ib /
215 Roofing Shingles, |
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hilarious hl f lnkL Cartoon.TuesdayWednesday of Lakeland here spendIng ,5150
New and Remodeling the City of Madison, Florida up are .sq. .:.. .... .. .. . .
June 21, 22 to 12 o'clock noon, July. 1st 1960, a'feW days with Mr dydd

DOUBLE FEATURE Howerfofl[ Supply Co. for furnishing one half:ton Pick-up Sutton 2-0 x 6-8 x 1-3/8" Mahogany 4,65
THE ANGRY RED PLANET li Truck for the Gas Dcpartrment The 0 L Ilolloways have movedto Flush Door, ea. '. . .. .. .
color starring Gerald Mohr. Nora Tallahassee Mrs E Turlington "
Hayden. Live and spectacular adventure Specifications can be obtained who has been In Jacksonville for Plywood x 8 x 1/4" Int., ',.' 85

beyond space. A strange from. the City Manager's Office. the past eight months returned to sheetPlywood4. .. .. .... ... .. ,
of Madison. .
City
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red new planetA on CoiwyCourt ,r422t angry
/ of her many friends. The Hoilorays "heefr .. .. .. .. .. ... ..'
TOUCH OF LARCENY. starring 1 had been occupying her I '
I James Mason, Vera Mile, A /past several weeks) ..MAROONS DOWN home for the school term. Full Thick Insulation, 5"00.

merry mix-up of too secret documents Henry Lewis, driving without FIRST PLACE YELLOWS Mr and Mrs Fred Bell and three .. per.M ..... .. ...... ..x.' 1
and 8. top 'secret ,lore.j license, $35 or thirty days. children, CarolYu. '
Danny, and Karen
B R Franklin :15 lb. & 30 Ib Felt 'QA
speeding, $35 or 1-
Tbwrtday-FrJday.: June 23, 24 thirty days. Jerome Home runs Mercer by along Carroll with Welch fine and and *Miss Gertrude Stanaland of per ron ... .. .. .. ..,v.- : '.;JU
DOUBLE FEATURE:; Perry were guests of Mrs J B
BECAUSE THEY'RE YOUNG Charles W Mayo throwing trashon pitching of Lewis McMullen helped "and Miss Vetta Blanton Sun Celotex Sheeting: 4 x 8 x 1/2", gO Art
starring Dick Clark Roberta Shnre. highway, $25, or thirty days elTe*the Lee Maroons. a 14 to 5 1Ralns. .

In Wf first tic, movie role. Dick Earl Friend speeding, $35: or, decision over the Madison Yellows I Mr and Mrs H S Worthworth M.:
and holder of first last FrI.
thirty days.William place Pre
Clark as a high school teacher I and children of I Lauderdale 10 40
with ,a romance end a real problem. j Henley' Jones. Jr,. open' day.Other ) were sheet . .. .. ,,. . ., .
from doubles by recent guests of the B F
runs came I
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What makes teenagers tick? Dick profanity, $5sorf thirty days .
Carroll Welch Ray Williams andMack Ricky stayed fotva longer Prefinished lrahopnyPlywood, '
Clark civorixm-the answers lfa i iit' Norman Davit Jones, speeding, Blantons.l .. 5'60
a rcaM>lasC v Rob 1nsoa, and singles by Mr and Mrs Jocftu&sell sheet .. . . .,"... .
f days.) jf ? .t.
$35 or thirty Jto
I ]Ray Williams, Carroll Welch, Larry dren of Tallahassee stopped over '
THE GIANT LEECHES starringlren Nathaniel ruin, throwing trash Alderman Lewis McMullen and Monday night for a visit with her Exterior House Paint, ,. \ O,OC

Clark, Yvette Vockcn. Craw- on highway $25 or thirty days Richard: Williams. I gallon .. .. .. .. .. ......} w. OJ
Mr and Mrs S K Driggers.Mr
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ling horrors riclnc from the depths Wade Sampson, drunkenness $25 The Yellows rallied In the third ...
of underwater. Cartoon. or thirty days. Inning with bases loaded twice but and Mrs Henry Williams of Interior Latex Paint, 2'85-

.....LI.- Sidney 'Copps, speeding, $35 or I failed to score more than three Jacksonville came Saturday for a gallon . .. .:. .. .. ... .: : I
IN THE CIRCUTT COURT. 3rd runs. days visit with Mr and Mrs J H "
.. thirty days. Asphalt Floor Tile, .V.1. AQ
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA I A fine diving try by Mack Rob- WllKams.Mr ( :
Delorcf Lorittes Thomas, violationof I .. ... .. .. /
IN AND FOR MADISON COUN- IS i blnson at a fly ball failed to keep I R W McMullen accompanied PC. . ... >-* .
license restriction, $: or thirty
.. the Yellows from scoring two more .
.. TY. IN CHANCERY. I Rev Curtis McMulUm to Hosford Vinyl Asbestos Floor Tile,
days. I
In the fourth. .12
W M Calhoun, Plaintiff runs
va I I Sonny James Williams, drunken Others .playing for the Maroons Monday night In making their trans-\ .

H. Calhoun, Defendant ness $35 or thirty days. are Marice Register. Sherral IDcks, for of their household things. He
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Bill For Declaratory Decree Moses Johnson, dri1U1out ...J1rnmAlJm; Cherry, and and the children went over Tuesday I Lighting Fixtures & Electrical Supplies at same low prices

TO: C H Calhoun 135 N Monte- license $35 or thirty day. J Carson Cherry. ,, '
PA YCASH--P A YLE 5 5
Street Prescott Arizona. !
zuma. William J Campbell, speeding, Foley lawn moVers, parts and
You are hereby notified that a
$35 or thirty days Mr and Mn Moseley Henry and
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Complaint for declaratory decree! James Lewis, speeding, $35 or of
has ,been filed against you, and family who have been residents i; f STUMP BROS.
,you are required to serve a copy I thirty days Plant City for a number of years HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.

1 of your Answer or Plcadine to the Ulyses Lewis Mobley, drunken- are now residing in St Petersburg., .
Complaint on the Plaintiffs At ness $35 or thirty days. --- -- -- -- ------- ----- --

torney David Lanier &: W T Davis Charles Bellamy, drunkenness,
Nvhose address is Madison Florida $35: or thirty days.

and file the ortcinal answer or Clyde Smith, Improper brakes,
:' Pleading In the office of the Clerk $25or thirty days.

of the Circuit Court in and for Henry Ellison, drunkenness, $35 WHAT HAPPENS.
Florida on or before .
Madison CoUnty
or thirty days, X:: .i :/
the llr&ayidf July A. D. 19CO. .
Herman Gordespeeeding: $35 or '
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i the Complaint.for the relief demanded in of dangerous Ellison, improper weapon $SO exhibition or- W i ilte, a ;ntl Wows? :;i" '

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designated as newspaoer Lorraine Simon, speeding : .. -" <.1 fI ': '; < .

which once a said week order for shall four be consecutive published $35 or thirty dayi. :, :. '. Cloth es- .dry fasterort :wlnd n4 l .dn ". he f x' oYm 9 atr,
Chester, speeding $35 or < '
I Joseph l*
weeks. I : over the. I i1ck tj{the moisture in them
hand and official seal thirty daysWarren t t j pas Sing ..., ,.
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this 10th day of June. A. D. 1960. I ; andcarrics it aw6y. Thai's'exactly how
:$35 thirty days. .,: .
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DALE M. I : .,
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(SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court Otis S Hodges, driving without! r }. )
Gasto oc works Pure, clean heated air is, pushed up
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Alexander Falgelman,' speeding. hear er bodied; leaf with richer aroma. .

exhaust system free! $25 or thirty days. ,- ,*
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motives, .'. .. it' '
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, plainly, and also :poetically.< His ,. ..,., .., n .. THECUftCHFORALL.. "
figure of speech i. !trottsT He ; ALL FOR THE CHURCHV' "
mentions false prophets, and offers! A '., ;;, Y.
si simple way of telling a .false r, The Church t*v the greatest factor on earth for ,

prophet from a true one. "By their ..' a the building of, character and good citizenship.,
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fruits 'you shall know them. heays. :.i \ :; It is a storehouse of! spiritual values. Wth' a
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Cod knows: them. God's wisdom ... f ._ can suf'ive. There are four sound reasons,why.

Mel into the'hearts of all women .' \y. every.person should attend service regularly-and ,

and men offing the bad from the Are you d worry 'expert ,. .' : support the Church. They are (I) For Ira .
good. We ourselves can never fully .L.., a
explore one another's hearts Zadeeq / : ', ) .., 'l" 1 t -df1 own sate. (2) For his children*!.s le.. (3) For _. a

W .O.oi, :& can fully'exploit ." ,oJ.,: ,Some; people gather up all ; e'w.orKes". .feetpasf'avrlth nd.combine them I the sale of ha'community and:nation. (4) For ,
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. truth about his own .motives, ,desires .t ;the anxieties of the future. These they add*to the burdens'of the pres- the sale of the Church itself which needs' .. ') .
; disposition fWbm'grain first + moral. and material support. Plan to to: .
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comes;;bUt ,of .the ground, a'tiny; 0 church rqul.ult..and l read your Bible daily.Whal .
greed shoot, ,CN111.an expert can 4'' '4 ai t 'x t -
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man dashing tsrcwt< .the country, : could Sfiejlach day-as. t; "'::; '1j" ..' .t.: ;. ,.. .:. .
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a very untvyaa' : city visitor.. ... L-J'id": : m' :. Y .1 Monday Matthew '6 "r ;.
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about the pKs*,;.*ifta ork.4.Kindly -, iL. *"past,He faced each tomorrow: wi'tifinward. peace.ThVpeace : Saturday 1 I Corinthians '!'1 7-11.." .: '
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haft thought that ChrtCa the church and learn] how to make ;heritage your:' own. s.; '(
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Cuafa Jesus teaches bM-.-"'*that .. These Beliffoas Ue &fes we.feeta? Published Each W Sponsored by the i'o11owfnzo Ifidiyidoals- and ..
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Let'sG NEW'Hom Mrs Frank Harrison entertained! Goodyear Tires $11.95
.t"' ..TB: ,... .',. the Janle Paul Circle Monday
.. I' I, "" morning with twelve members. The 670 vx 15, All-Weather, tube-
Large took, ",...riIhttfc I WOULD YOU BUILD A NEW
u DeepSei.FISHING meeting was the first of the new type, plus tax and recappable
HOME
1 N The Harmony Baptist church was OK.YOUR LOT OR ACRE?
I Use setting Sunday Jane 12 at No Money Down Check These!!; conference and officers elected tire. i
were: Chairman Mrs Carl Karstedt '
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,- the ,marriage of .Miss Phlllis Emo- Co-chairman Mrs Charles Hembree,
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i I I Nellie Singletary of Madison Route n No. 1 SIDING, NOT No. 2 treasurer, Mrs R C Home, study

I I 13. and W H Fletcher, son of Mr 'THE ,WINNER 2x8 FLOOR JOISTS. NOT 2x8 leader, Mrs., Marshall Hamilton and CompanyQUONSET
:' Florence Coody and Mae and and Mrs J II Fletcher of GreenIvilJe. TERMITE{ SHIELDSCRESOTE Social Service chairman. Mrs C PTominwn

{Sirfrley i Merchant ...left, Wednesday' ) The Rev Jimmy Hardwick Mrs Hamilton Introduced
t".to spend a month .at OmpSkyland, performed the ceremony. Alien M ALL SILLS AND the new summer study of
N. C. Mae\ and.t&ttfry will visit]''O'Neal organist, and Miss Marx I It FLOOR JOISTS Luke's I POINT R I (FHTNC-
-, 'their vuncle and" aunt"Dr .and Mrs t Jean Franklin, soloist offered music. Same Price as others that use No. 2Material Gospel and gave assignments -Franklin. D Merritt storekeeperthird
S H Anthony in GreewdMe S C and Miss Franklin sang Because and X and Three Sills for study. class USN. son of Mr and
at Hilton Head Beph when they Love Yov Truly ..
Up To 10 Years To Mrs E F Merritt of Route 2 Madison
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leave Pine and magnolia made
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REMODEL AND ADDITIONS Randl and Theo Ashley visited Fla is serving aboard the
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..1M &IIIIIP'. II U! at the altar where vows .were r. The Rest Then You Will Buy S lait Conner In Live Oak a few days ,aircraft carrier USS Essex operation
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IIWIII .. out ot'Quonset Point R I.
1. ',.! spoken. 65. Feet toog From Sparks Best
i. t.t;.. The bride was given,In marriage 18 Feet Wide :
(;';; by her brother, Lamar Singletaxy: Our Satisfied Customers Are Our OUR FRATERNAL
t? .Jt' and Miss Rathie O Snack Bar GREATEST Asset .
.Uawkins was her
z. ,.I,!.,,.' maid of honor. LIFE FBOTEC2JICW:
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Joe'Mack O'Neal-was best man to CHARTERS:MONDAY: -- Write ..

F th eLewis.bridegroom. Ushers were Travis THROUGH FRIDAY; 3 a' :
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Best Homes
and Terry Fletcher. Sparks
'. "ior Leave Dock 7:30 A. M. .
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yellow net over taffeta MADISON ; FLORIDA .
''I fashioned with fitted bodice and Trips Open To Individuals OFFERSLESS
A full skirt She carried a bouquet of :- : :-Y I
I'' yellow mums tied with. matching SaturdaysSundnyHolidaysPERSON
Ntw 11n Sept. 24 ribbons. ... I Mr and Mrs J C Register had as ,
LOVELY BRIDE $5.00 PER guests over the week end Mr. and
The bride chqse Chantilly lace Mrs Carlton Register sons osacrb
Racg Nijdj 8:15: and net for her formal 'gown.: The Scott oV Lake City and Mr and ., +, THE FAMILY* FRATERNITY I ,
fitted bodice featured a portrait Mrs Carlton Rejjs j r and song "
i ;Matinees M Saturday nrckline'M4/ long lace sleeves. The Capt. Bad TaykSTEINHATCUEE Eddie and Dean of Adel. Ca. They i [IWooDMEN OF THE WORLD' .
.. full sldrt was of lace and net were among the out-of-town piesU ,
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I panels. Her finger-tip veil was attached FLA. I at the Annual Country club dinner, \' Omaha, Nebraska Ii
t. 2:15: .P.M. I to a bandeau of white flow PHONE dance Saturday night
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J.p 'carnations and_ _mum_____ n__titnvla n____ with n__I'
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.,: SPECIAL wore blue lace with white accessories
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i'Aj a lavender orchid corsage.
x ltIA TIliEE. Bine lace wash .also chosen by COUNTRY CLUB HAS ANNUAL
: DINNER DANCE w
,"1 ,'I JULY ,kb ';..r Mrs Fletcher! mother of the bride
groom and ber corsage was an -
: 2:15.. P.. -H.. orchid. "Old Mexico": was the theme of /
A reception followed immediately the Annual Formal Country. dob .' .'.;
; NO POSTPONEMENTS in 'the church parlor. The tiered I dinner dance Saturday night at the
'. wedding cake topped with miniature Club House. Decorations. favors i ,
ittE DOGS ;RUN AS /WELL IN bride and bridegroom Centered and Spanish menu weredistinc

t.1 RAIN AS FAIR WEATHER the .tirkie's table. Mrs Mary Howard tively Mexican .
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'A Browajpoorrd preach Assisting
I ,'. f i !**VfiW; ;* were JCitsM W"-.8nrwn and tables laid for 150 guests Baskets I :

t,'1 CLOSE "MJM AYS Mary Howard. of tropical fruits centered the '_ \ I I

(. A '-\ ,)Ir and Mrs Fletcher left daring I tables spread with gay Mexican t--- COFFEE SET .
the cloths, mad place cards also exopha I ,I -
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% i INORS ;Nor CainenI e. She wore for trarel a sized the charming Spanish 'decorThe i c ,+ U&l

{ .-. ....ALLOWED....",, ..'.. ,,:" tan suit with MIKe .accessories and mantel was especially attractive / gcpicot
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t. : orchid corsage. with a Mexican snuxUaV t. It 4I I
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for ornamentation also l
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xIv Walker of Maoon, Ga were out-
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""": -town guests.s PURCHASE
Amrooh'DTTTOIEDr t .favors ,w nf( gay Mexican bats ,

: TURFCLUl _liar Pint Rectal which for the when dinner donned and by dance the guests added G11 tG I : i

y the gay climactic touch to the flyeats !f. iL

i Miss Suzanne-Strupp of Greenville and transformed plain American I
guests Into romantic snots
was presented fat senior piano
< senoras and senoritaa. The In '...." .
r recital at the Greenville Baptist menu .sirannu a *
1 d. FINEST FOOD church, on the rrening of Tues good plain North American was ..-.; .aso1... NK tat; : .

J 'IN FLORIDA- day, June 7, by the Waller Whit baked ham, roast turkey shrimp-a- .aa2K; alttx..' ",
lock School of Musk Miss Strupp 'la-Mexko, salads, hot rolls fruit. t M W ratautat WnuaR 1 -<"; .
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with a repertoire Including t ass ami I ou.aeI
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f Carolyn Futtord Nancy Harper. Friends will be glad to learn that ,.'
U. S. 19 4' JflUES NOfTTHXW
Loretta Juanita ,
Day
Stephens, Hansel Graves '
was those
: .:! MOl5nCELLO. FLORIDA Georgia Mucge and Mrs LaFond among
I Graduating from the University of "., ;! "',f1.

OEFFHSON: ) COUNTY I'and Eddins Miss 0 sang God Strupp Our Green, Help Cathedral presented In Ages(Hahn PjWt her) Master Florida of on Education June: 6. He Degree received a DUNN FORK CO .. ';; 1 1v ,

I charming program on the hand Haasel is originally fromjPlfletta :"
ILcu2 some grand pio at the church, arise and BOW lives la Ocala ..here'"be r,*

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FRIDAY,,"JUNE 17th, I960 t THE ENTERPRISE-HECORDEPs MADISON. FLORIDA 4 PAGE ELEVEN '
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iF'F Rent an adding machine or ,
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: typewriter at E-R office Only '
Fakics ad AI ii'sjrestirnan! :
$1.00 a day, $-LOO per week, o ; ,

5 4w $16.00 per month. I I
Ynr NttincHcCAlASIMPUOTY
Sewing IOOT
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PATTERNS "CARDOFTHANKS .''' .EER' ,'

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J[ Mr and Mn R C Dickinson Jr
We to
express our deep
appreciation
: of Tampa came Friday night fora
to our many friends for visit with their parents, Mn
their kindness and sympathy shownus Goodyear; Teres $11.95 Corene Studstill ant Mr and Mn

.. "t't:, / :' : daring the death of our loved 1 R C Dickinson. Mn Dickinson and .
'"> : Mr Hunter 570 x 15, All-Weather tube-typ,I children. David and Michael '
;; '''' y b .H, one Kelly. We are also Robert
'iff' deeply grateful for the flowers plus tax and recappabl tire. will make a two weeks' visit, while

,4' food and other attentions showered I Mr Dickinson will return home
< upon UL MESSER&llciy&TreCo. within the week.SOOOCGOCOOOOCOOCOC.

Sincerely ,

Mrs LOU KELLY and children. / / --!
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.Mrs D D Moats MIss Delia Tern ? e
Swarming '
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Codypent i IS POMOTEDCapt I ?' '
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'\ t '" visiting Mr and Mrs N R Williams CALL '
CALL ATTfeSPflflflNG Lome Allen of Loring Air I
and ions.NOTICE '
: Force Base, Maine was recently Burke
,{ } WHEELCASTLE OF promoted to Major. Madison friends I ,e/
: INTENTION TO "
? will be happy to learn. Mrs Allen I '
; MAKE APPLICATION FOR
PARK SHOPPING j/ .- ,I FINAL DISCHARGE is the daughter of Mr and Mn J I Exterminating Co. :
CENTER : 4r I P Morrow.
/.'.. Phone 293-J Perry Florida
Phone CH 43767 Valdosta, Go. rI I (Probate Law I
: 1933) OUR BUSINESS Is helping YOURBUSINESS.
Iy '. IN COURT OP TIM* COUNTY THEE-R. :; : -oJ
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MANAGER OF HOLIDAY INN I JUDGE:, MADISON '
COUNTY,
I AIRS. EARL DAVIS mint green petals held their abort
STATE OF FLORIDA.
The marriage of Miss Peggy Lou veils of matching tulle; J
Marshall Morrow, well known I la re the Estate of Nellie B Took .
Smith and the Rev Earl njmnnDavis The honor attendant carried a rr
Florida' hotel inan. has taken Deceased In BANKING
ovemanagement r Probate
was solemnized at 7:30 o'do&I Colonial bouquet of yellow carnations ,
of Holiday "Inn In I TO ALIT WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .
-
Friday! evening June 10 Inhe and white daisies while the
Sarasota' Fla. He, to the Holiday :

goes sanctuary of First Baptist Church bridesmaids carried of I '. .
sprays '
from, the Orange Blocsora in Notice is IS tkt.SCIEffIHC
hereby given that Sara
In Zepnyrhllls 1 with the Rev B A yellow carnations. 4
,
Sarasota. Morrow is native !dad! T Calhoun
a hat
filed her final
report ,.,
Oswald officiating at the double- Mr Davis was his son's best man.
sonlan and has, Many friends and as Administratrix of the es-
nng ceremony. Usherswere the bridegroom'sbrother : '
relatives'here who will be interested tate of Nellie B Tooke. deceased! 1LL1 ;
The bride is the daughter of Mr Don Wayne Davis and Dan ;
in his recent change. end (:rat she filed her petition for final ,
Mn Austin C Smith of Zephyrhills. WMtaker. Sarasota. a '
The bridegroom is the son of Mrs Smith chose a gown of blue discharge, and that she will apply to '
Mr 'and Mn E C Davis of Madison. lace over satin with white accetoMories -,, the Honorable Curtis D Earn, County TOO r' ;:
eiiag y. Potted palms greenery, pedestal for her daughter's wed-I I Judge of Madison County Florida .
baskets of white gladioli and carnations : ding. The bridegroom's mother was on the Sib 'day of June I960 :

E-R fTMI 'Newdbtys. and lighted white tapers in' attired in rose-beige lace over pink! for approval of same and for final
discharge as Administratrix of the ,
cathedral candelabra flanked a.taffeta with white accessories '
floral arch In front of which the Their identical corsages were. of i estate of Nellie B Tooke deceased, Our 'knowledge-and, experience '': .r

Please DO .NOT pane In the wedding \'OWlIo'ft't! spoken The:I I white carnations. j on this 24th day of May 1960. are at your service! u,'
street and make your newsboy run Prayer bench on which the couple]I IFollowing the ceremony the I SARA T CALHOUN, .
out into the street to make a sale. knelt for the benediction and closing,I bride's parents entertained with a' As Administratrix of the estate of
Kindly pull over to the curb. song was covered wtyh white bridal![reception In Municipal Auditorium ji jiI i! Nellie B Tooke, deceased .,
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OUT.ff the streets, and A program of nuptial music by carnations. and greenery emphasized ,of good management l of money principles that .
we will appreciate your coeperattaff Mn P H Murphy, Jr.. soloist and the 'bride's chosen colors of white have been tried, tested and proved successful. Steadfastly ...'
with us AND THEM for Mn Margaret Hayes, organist in- I and crem. Lawn ,Mower ServiceRepairing we hold to these principles for the express benefit of all .
eluded ." "Be Miss Potter, cousin the .
THEIR SAFETY Thank you very mithermxnrjDoest Shirley of whom we serve .
touch.: cause" and "Savlori Like-'A Shepherd bride. kept the; 'bride's book. and rebuilding*, also any ''
Lead Us" The bride's Stable was overlaid ;
type small engines repaired :
Mr and Mrs Harry Allen and ,I Given in marriage by her lather, with white 'iTjyion net'over"mint I Florida Bank at Madison ,
children of Moultrie. Ga. were the bride wore a formal gown,of CieeiL. A 4-ucred. wedding cake McWiliams Garage
guests of Mr and Mrs 0 A Chantilly lace over nefanditatfeia.I surmounted'try bride and bridegroom I Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationAnd : I, \ I
The fitted bodice, with Ion ilervea': r t ;
flanked
nome of Cherry Lake Sunday. t figurines was by Florida National Group of Banks :.
terminating in calla lily points at lighted white tapersIn a''StaI1
Little Harriet :Allen remained tot".4aeveral "
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the wrists featured Queen Anne candelabra. Garlands of
days' visit ,with the Hones. a greenery i u mn BBM
..,. collar and sequin detail at the!and gladioli florets nestled at the,,
: ". neckline. Complementing the Chantilly base of the punch bowl and around j;l!
For The Best Qualityke.llpIIIIteriftg lace In the bouffant skirt were;lhe cake Crystal compotes held'j I
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rows of tulle ruffles across the hut and green and white mints.j ., H
back, extending. to the hemline. Her I'I' Mrs James Ferguson and Mrs I -
elbow length veil of ,sfk] (Illusion Irvfo( Wheeler served the wedding' JM
1 was caught to a sequin encrusted I cake and punch Mrs Paul Braden'! FREE .J ,. H
I at the most reasonable prices tiara and she carried white 'I
roses Mrs John PhilMps, Jr, and Mrs;
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ANYWHERE cm a Bible. Larry Richard Jr were in charge' f *. :!*
Miss Gall Smith was her sister's of arrangements for the reception., ,
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were For a wedding trip the bride I "
Miss Mildred Smith, also a titter changed to a green sheath with!' ; ,
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Md 'I tf tfI 4(
Miss Marietta McCauley, which'she wore white accessories! '
Savannah Ga. Their identical gowns and a corsage of white rota. j
of mint green' nylon chiffon overmatching The couple will reside In \\"akel
I Chantilly lace and taffeta Forest, N C. where the Rev! HOUSE PIPING tJ

featured fitted bodkes with scooped Is. enrolled at Southeastern BaPtist I'I ISftntDirt. ,,;..
necklines. Bandeaux fashioned :
of. ;
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LIZZIE MAE DAVIS : :: ..: I
AND CONVERSIONS "
Funeral services for' Uzrle: Mae -,- ,
Davis, who died last week, were Agricultural Flying j .
Call or Write held Sunday afternoon at Lime f
SprayingDusting-Fertilizing ,
Fink Baptist church, with interment
MRS. C. M. PLANT following in Oak Ridge cemetery.Ilcv /

415 S. I Horry St, Madison service Mull, which Grooms was participated conducted the In t.FASCO J Doe to the low construction and- interest ,

\,) other ministers and a number of .
Phone HU 3-6650, .r.; ..' : friends. "

Hours: 9 to 11,, 12 to 3:30 .__.._.._- DUSTS SPRAYS bids the City has received on the Naturalin r '

RepresentingSOUTHLAND Pinctta advisor and 6 members HOWARD MORGAN .. .

WHOLESALE REUPHOLSTERING FURNITURE I members in attended Daytona the are Beach State Jack last FFA Woodward week Convention These Jr. Phone-Highway FOrest 90 West 2- :018 Gas project the City will be able to offer :: : r


Box 1004 311 S. Forrest St Elwyn. McLeod Billy Everett LIVE OAK, FLORIDA '

Phone CH 2-4970 I Billy Sd;h, Bill Adams and Wayne FREE house piping and conversions to the" .

VALDOSTA GEORGIA -
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ALL WORK Mr, and Mrs James' E'Hardee Jr SCAflBORO-NEW MAYOR first 400 customers who apply and make a '*

hare returned from their wedding J R scarboro was elected Mayer ,
Guaranteed
Unconditionally
trip to Miami and Nassau and are ef GrrenvUte last Thursday by a'
I I II
EASY' TERMS I at home at the Reichmann apartment majority of two votes. lie received $5.00 deposit> by July 15th. ;
I.t'Utes to .
on North Horry/street j 89 for Incumbent A I
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L Leggett Jr.
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George Wbeeler. T W Herring I :
This service is available only to existing
:
and John Roenbecfc were elected .
OLD TIRES Councilmen without opposition ,;

orthoseincustomers'
I I gas appliances
)Irs Annie L Unison of Washington ,
," D C is spending some timeat
; ABE UNSAFE ,'
t'.' properly Cherry Interests.Lake looking Her son after Lewis her booses when installation crews come by. ,

', Spring Tire Sale is now going <,; Harrison a ,rants graduate of "' .

,on-Come in and get your set *'*;, : !'Raiger *W* M A degree will go; Ajjly NOW for this FREE SERVICE. +*: :
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"*.#i iHIH660I to London, in August to be asaocUtcd -
of Firestone Tires. Now at a with the Cultural Exchange{,

great savings.JsskLA program. :Mn Harrison and son are;] '
former ruts of this county fo*J Fir Farther information contact City HaB. : I

a number of )'ftI'J.. She is the formcr -j A
Miss Annie Laurie Havran. ,
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:: Mr and Mn_Jack Austin and
daughter' of Tallahassee were weekend
JLSERVICE r guests of Mr and Mrs George
JL : I
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PAGE TWELVE THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JUNE 17th. 1960 /::IIIiiJi'

vision. He was faultlessly dressedin I of course, as stalwart churchman Mrs II S Jdoes and daughter, SUMMER SCHEDULE

'.IN MEMORY OP a dark blue serge suit with tie I'' exemplary citizen and public official Miss Jewell Swindell returned to f OF BOOKMOBILE .JJ

JAMES DANIEL BURNETT and other accessories to match. His, Jotaml17 man, constant their home in Miami, Monday, after .

-' grooming; was meticulous and at advocate of optimism, and of love a ten days' visit here with Mrs
i Jcoes mother Mrs H E Drawdy TIME PLACE a
tractive. His twinkled in zest' for his fellow beings. But, even ,
James Daniel Burnett, eldest son eyes and in Montfeello with her brother
.. (Thursday June 9. 23, etc
all I shall
than
for With more keenly cherish
living. to vigorhe
of Dan and Elizabeth Morrow Bur- respect and family, Mr and Mrs Thomas !9:34.9:43 Blue Sprnngs (r t6)
could easily have passed for a the picture of him placing the j
aett, was born in Madison County W Drawdy and family. Accompanied[ and Lee Road Crossing _.: ?
Florida, 'In the Cherry Lake .Communiry man three decades younger. I could flowers from his own garden; by Mrs Drawdy Sr they; spent P .' ....... ):
lIta.Crov.
10:00-10:40 .
,...
,
.J-larch.B. 1867. lie :resided not help but be impressed by the grown by his own Industrious and seven days in Atlanta where theyattended --r. ......
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force of his dignity and 'self-respect. loving hand, In the little Methodist the graduation of Miss 7:' nmiUDUY J
in this community, where be engaged .
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10:40-11*0f /Bellville Road
It he main- at Interlachen when Howell .
In farming and the ''mereato-' '.was''tu"tt1 free that sanctuary Catherine Drawdy from an f.1! '., r :
; ,half-century, tafned "good 'relallomhipfrrith him- covered with the glory of more than Atlanta High School on June 4, v Community ..
tile business for a .
In ''Putnam ref as well' as jus i feUowman, Upon ninety year of good living. The and visited Mr and Mrs Howell 1130-230 v Pinett'. ., "'";''f' '., t

until he moved to On'.O Keuka 1 6, I960, h&3evng; { ,tf.recalled i the Verse fragrance; of those flower like the Drawdy for several days. 2:40-3110 1 Hanson" .. Jti :' ,
County in :
1933. to:1.10z4Sf
:* of his life will Browning's ServiceStation #
.. from Isaiah gu\,4hey' that walt sweetness }lastingly
n6ty-thir ; .. '
his ..
having celebrated I GRADUATE : .
:
I upon Jhe ,Lwtf. hVu renew their abide, ....
previously
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almost a month '
birthday
he was .gently Summoned to that I strength, they ffoU-nxntnt up with Jn both his native and adopted COLUMBUS HIGH*.. SCHOOL 1020-1105: Cherry Lake.:School.y*' -* ', 'M ;-

home. j wings as.: ;'eagles, -"'ihe &uir std counties, we can III afford to spire 11:30-12:00 : Del1SO nee \ ;
blessed -
lovelier and more t Vu'and not be, weary; and bey shall such a bright and vibrant spirit 'MUs Mary Jo, Gross WM graduated 12:15-12:30 ,. '. CherryCamp 4H ') +- \ j jI
born less than ; .
Mr Burnett, assassination \\' ..anQ ..7* nt),. I. ff floweyer, we are comforted In a June 4 from Upper Arlington !" "t A \ .
years after Lincoln's High School in Columbus. Ohio.. She 112:4S-1:15. Love ,\.t\ .
Brother Jim was a kind and" measure when we reflect that wean It.t .. .
in a land over which'' the dark was one of a glass of 363. Miss:'Thursday June 2, 16, 30, etc' "' .1' : !
Reconstruction 'Were loving husHand and father, a good still have access to him in the f .. I ,'.
of
shadows Gross won a scholarship to Peabody
dedicated to high blessed courts of memory. 'Truly. 11:15-12:00 St Regis N ...
tee aavent of neighbor, a man J ..
the NashUe.Teon -
hanging, lived Ito at which she
12:15.3r30 Lee Off .'
his triumph IDs: Post e ;
moral The homegoing was a
e ofatomic and spiritual purposes
and the discovery will attend this Fall She left Thursday .
the
sage '
members of his > lovedamity rise life remains its own best benedk- Friday June 3, 17 etc .
The span of hislife, J? after leveinU days visit at I, .. "
power.
sixteen of the ads up and call him blessed. Throughout -;.lion. Lasting and tender be hit hr home here for Mentone, Abu,,10:00-10115, Hopewelt:'1' f '
reached ,through
ministrations of ; our thirty four! his life fte gave a taste tof2rt j jfinement ,precious memory. here she will be a councilor at I!I 1030-10:45' Moseley Hall c, i"., .
tF4ng Edwin B Browning Ranch months I 11.-00-11:15 SirmansGreehvUle '
Skyline
lie witnessed and grace Jto r\try J Camp two .
American presidents.the events'pw ht ch: he.-touched?The" central ?/* of -Ss,:t ; ---- this sammer. 11:30-12:00; : '
of great *
1 many Into world life/ was sound and wholesome. I ELWYN McLEOD TO r. i 12:30-1:30, Madison Library < t. "'." ,.1(,
brought his country
RECEIVE AWARD
leadership. can recall how greatly he impressedme j Mrs John P Toralinson and

Through all these changes,.,Including in my youth by the display of' Friday June -17. Elwyn McLeod daughter, tUu Grcer Tomllnson ore Mr and Mrs Henry Ragans and .,

the ebb and flow of prosperity his gracious manners whether hewas [MI of Mr and Mrs Neil McLeod spending two weeks: as Councilors at I' son Philip of FSU, Miss Jean
shocks of at home or in public. Camp Weed the Episcopal Camp Raganj of Atlanta, and Mr and }5 ,

the .stmnns and depressions, The light;. of his life. shone radiantly and an PTA member of Plnetta for boys and girls. Mr 'j P Tomlin-I I :Mrs Bobby Ragans and two children '
and three
four wars will receive the Farm
I Chapter
fun spent the week end there
withMrs
from so facets that We of Orlando will vacationing at
Onward many
the life of Mr Burnett flowed Electrification award in Daytona Tomllnson and the
campers. New Smyrna Beach next week. .
seek to find the central motif of :
in strength and usefulness. Beach to be presented. by Fig _r___,._.-IO s1E_ii._.._ __ _ I '. ,Meer--A .
Two days before his death, still his life. There is, of' course not Power Corporation' r .A !?.Afl .>1<, "
the slightest doubt that the Influence 1It--, 1Ud" .
-
Driver's ,\ '
Florida :
holding a. valid This is a certificate and a 23 \ "
his to P alat- of "Burnett "will go steadily awarded it'.opr. .
License, fie drove car Savings Bond. And Is forElW"n'
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down the of immortality
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channels
his usual acUvilies. basis
ka and carried on entry, on a county '\ ,
The high,honors so justlyMue and blessings when the memory in the National FFA Foundation i.-. '1f; i, );_'. f" t'\ I
Mr Burnett do not, however" rest of those who have for selfish awards program 1 /4::, .' _'.". .. ." JI'r /
\tj"-'
:' materialities and shall be
oars power
his -
alone. upo.i the/length Of : '

but more properly)', theyfere based: consigned to oblivion of the dream i BABY WHEELED: WE HAVE PLENTY 0 ..'4't, 'j', ;

upon the fact '.that f he lilted ,: sear ': lessdut ,Where lie the mighty, I Mr and Mrs Eugene Wheeler of

with the splendors 'unselfish power lend charm of such a llfA fI Gainesville, announce the birth of a n
tjt.
,year living. His life,.*was 4rdetedt 4., to:: I ,':.Very wise ChrUUin philosopher son, born June 9th in Gainesville.He GA. RED SWEET POTATO PLANTS .i':7J: :: < -
I Ibs and 2 Mrs
weighed 6 oza.
high and built toy ignoble. has.:given us at least a suggestive ...,t .'
purposes .
Wheeler is the former Miss Ruth '
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a lie reminds that t
swer us
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pattern. v bf [Ann Warren of Greenville. .$3.50 : fv f !
life *
thousand'I. _
the.true-valo* a human per
He of ,
chairman the Boardof
,
was comes its Ann Warren of Greenville. The .;\ A <1) L' .<"',.'. \
from
effects in making
Stewards of Cherryliakc Methodist young man has been named '' i
Church for forty years.. Time clearer and more beautiful the Stephen : .. \ "
and again he was Sunday School Image of God In man. Many FENCING S J BARBED WIRE 8 POULTRY NET-'Vcl ?
'
Superintendent, Clerk ot the, 'Quarterly lives obscure this thiUing vision; Durelle.NEED ic STOCK: SALT-ALL KINDS OF POULTRY AND.. JI "

Conference and :Sunday Some even etch lines of uglinessand I STOCK FEED GROCERIES FRUIT ;* V
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,
repulsiveness into the visage of
School Teacher. When he moved toiteuka f 'M'Y r "4-"

at an age when most men the Universal Man. MOSQUITO SPRAY-TOBACCO POISON: -TOBACCO TINE I
are seeking the less strenuous posts Men like Jim.\ Burnett bold high FURNITURE? ,. .. 1 --

of service, he was Sunday. 'School the glorious prospect Qt love and a ".4 I ,

I at the Interlachen Inspiration and Joy as they flesh T"ctf42cGS2SC
0 Superintendent I :
Church an active*, steward, and the personality. of the Christ. in I Then See t; U LES
their Here
own persona ,
oftimes teacher'of the Adult Bible &SONS' ,;.
then we can at least, begin to seethe '..... :'W.,
Clans. glory of men x>f his stamp..James' C&IFURN.CO.I '" .'i .

Mr Burnett was 'a good Methodist' Daniel Burnett has increased HU-ZJes ,. .. a' sr
Ite knew, loved.t raRtt. 4W ,the ;" I
t our filth in ,,the capaclf;, & man J Jti : ,
teachings of this church.. He .Z : "jt\.
took the great that to be Godlike He has added widerdimensions MaL a Fla. I -. -....... ,. 'of:, ::, )' :J '" .,.
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pride _
justifiable! I -- "\
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to our faith| In God.I : 1 'f >> .t ,

comes Inevitably in the hearjJjfttf to all: goodSiethodists grew- i .shall.- *!want' to remember 1/1 him. M :;t tI\.ifi. .' GOLD :
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"strangely[ warm at ngaf.c. t, ;" ..

and In t hoof-beats of Bishop ..,. ... -it'-lt 11fM f)
Asbury's horse as he rode the a'- .. III ",:;:"J j-# .,':t.; J '

American frontier for God. But ; ,. .r .2 1 : FL
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Brother drew the lines ,, ; n '
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OUT
s WHO THE COOMTRT CJW
of his Jove"and respect for people .{ ( .... .I

along denominational line:. He wasa TEAR A TRUCK> TO PHCH- ....fI.,;. _, 1"J.""' .:".'t"' 't I -S --

good Methodist, but an even ,
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better ChtlUan. I'J : :. '''; '' Ita .
Chevymtddieweights fcrri f' :; '
The seop"e of his goooTllfe reached I l.J P .. 'r"J.. ..' ',

cut In
I community adenhlp. He was a ..1 j'-,,' # ')" t '!; : t' :;t'
t'I. ... 'Y"
of 't
Strong supporter our public '' .
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schools. time he I, : ** '" if'.t., "..,
A one served as .
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get 3/3 more .' '"
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chairman ( the County Board of i -, 1- <. 4 .. 1 t/
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Public Instruction In a day when .
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the foundations of our, present educational : workdone :. 4.,, : ,'J'i # M

aywiern were being laid''."..' ., ---r--
wisely and ...flrmly. Jim Burnett J : I ) I .
'... in aday! '. it.'hn.t rt ,
probably mOre than any person in ,

our county helped to shape the / Southern
cultural practices of ,rural home ; \\ they rued to deliver 2JOO : }/ ;: '" ( ;\ ; tV&

and community life along lines of 11W .- :- 1 gallons>. of liquefied petroleum got ,..J, .... ,',.. ," liT'a'hIt

increased comfort P and beauty. Ills' j .. 4 2S rt in other trucks, Petrolan Cos :.. ...: <' ...... ..
home and jcurroundings always reflected .. {, Service of Long Beach Calif orma.v I. .': 4, MEL

whplsome pride and a van now deliver 3,500 notions a .. '.'.' : .. it. .
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optimistic. He kept his life keyed to roclcoufthytdlhrnanmumCV\V fl, ... /.' '
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he haa1.. a. noble example of do in : 4,
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i ation. He {never subscribed to the .- t < Stone. "I used to take some LadyWH

. I doctrine of|profaning the darkness .. ., M ; .. rough roads at from 5 to 8 miles # l' '.'

! when the way grew dim. He prederred '. ,', .. an hour." Wow 1 can go 30 over .. I" .., ,

to light a candle, the candleof them. fetrolane has over 200 .. .. .. :
renewed inspiration 'and trust { .. ChevroleU hauling for them. '
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.. thaif#.criticism and denunci S 5- i4.: Chevy independent front suspension .- "

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Some men are like mountains .I owners who are profiting by it _'1'tii'* ft1 ; :n *f "

'' which, seerL. from a distance, reflect TbeyTl teD you Chev/s torsion-v ii .i:.}., ". 'f.. ,:. -01.J!ftf

great beauty and charm but spring design is the hottest thing 1
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ones and those whe knew him 1 1a

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:h PAGE FOURTEEN THE_ .. Dn'BPmsE-MCmmER.:: MADISON, FLORIDA I. .. f';' "42FRIDAY.: JUNE' ITthl.... I960KCMKI ....::...,..L..

Pushing Fire U J of the dangerous inception' his Named % Great (
I secretary: Jim Hagerty.,,.received .A I! |pr
Florida's population is .almost I I I. a few days agoJll Sinc Mh Plumbing & Electric
Tie s. N S General. : _
five million mark is often I
.. up to the I[hindsight better than
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Published Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance now, the new census showingour I foresight, we may say that In a, Lafa>ette 'countYust* south Service and Repairs

Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year statCflo have '4,890,453 the first place he should not of our pwtf countyVwIis, createdin APPLIANCE REPAIR

Advertising Bates Made Known OB Application people. As a result, we will I have made the plans to go. It I 1856 from a part Madison -

have four additional Congressmen Is not the President's principal county and was named for the DICKIE THOMAS' ,
Entered at the Madiwn JPpst Office as **econd 1 I
\. 25th, 1908, under Act of March fi.1879. present electoral college over ,the world, especially to LaFayette, who was given a i MADISON, FLORIDA .

OWNERS: T C. MERCHANT, T.: C. MERCHANT, J8. &trength will be increased from places where a sizable segment grant of land in North Floridaby Shop located opposite Harris Supermarket -
AND ASSOCIATES ten to around fourteen. While;'of the populace is hostile. And. the United States Congressin .

vJ.IADISON the state has grown tremendously in addition to the serious physical recognition of services ren- Leave mes&aat Harris Super-
RECORDER, ESTABLISHED our Immediate section: danger involved, the strain dered' during the Revolutionary''' market or call James Radio & 'T-V
.NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901CONSOLIDATED
Suwannee, Hamilton, Madison, on him for he has several The county has Shop HU 3-6795 "
-, JUNE 25, 1908T. war. an area
CUchrist, Levy, Lafayette, and tunes been a very sick man,I about four-fifths that of our
C. MERCHANT Edfter' aad Publisher Jefferson counties, has lost I II II might well be more than he county and a population about

T. C. MERCHANT, JR, Managing Editor population over the past, ten'I can bear. The Communists a fifth as great General farmIng -!Miami Mr and Mrs Jf S DeVane of
arrived Thursday to spend'
][R.4. A. W. VANN, City Editor I years, and we are not proud of) probably have a large. part in and timber form the basis several days with relatives here end

XJtS..W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager.C _. that. However, if the state con-' (be hostile demonstrations, but of Lafayette county's source: in South Georgia.

---- ORIDto one or more Anglican (Episco, tinues to fill up-and we think,I all the opposition to the United of income. Corn, cotton, sweet = }
It will-some of that new States-Japanese treaty-does not I
popu
pal) churches on the island, ; potatoes, sugar cane field peas
and one or more Methodist I lation will have to spill over into )' come from them. There are peanuts, watermelons, flue-cured I Let muffler and tail

l AU+t1f R .. r churches.. r our section.. In our own,other Japanese, who have only't tobacco, and forage are staple|
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0 a county, with our new indus-I recently gone through such a farm products. The county is pipe experts check your

(+ t oq .. tries and our new colleges, 'Wet' sad and tragic era, who sincerely -' one of the heaviest producersof

ioN Nurseries and Fruit are trying to reverse the ,'I II fear hat tinder the'' bright Jeaf tobacco in the exhaust system free!
and we hope Madison county treaty if trouble should break
; state. Pecan trees, plums,
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C.u. w es Howe will make a better showing in lout between this country and peaches, and satsumas are Muffler and tail pipe
IStaMs. I 1970. The counties: of the state Russia they would be the !
very
We left this column in Na grown in a limited way, and '
eau last week, even' though thE t bright anil 1I and their populations accord-'first to suffer. And the treaty l! there are large plantings of installed for'only _
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writer has been. home several I early saw us back at the Miami'ing to the new census are as lays heavy obligations on us f pine trees. Lumber and other ,

days.So 'we will get the column I docks, but we couldn't get off follows: t too in that, should Russia attack -|forest products comprise the 19c

on home too, by way of Miami I'' the boat until some of our late 1. Dade ... ..... ... 917,865 Japan we are pledged togo county's principal large J indus

the Everglades, Ft. Myers, the t' sleepers or late breakfastershad : 2. Duval .... .. 450,584 to their defense, with all try. There are: large limestone I It

Skyline Drive, St. Petersburgand : all checked out. However] b. Hillsborough .... 391,965 that that implies. This portion deposits in the county, and :t

on up the peninsula to the!'around 9:30 or 10 o'clock we 4. Pinellas. .. ,. 368, 15 of the treaty may be read glib some phosphate. Next week, MtfJSSERVICE

beginning of the Panhandle. 1 I found ourselves driving our old 5. Broward+ ..... .. 329,431 ly, but If the occasion should i!lake county STATION
'reliable car through Miami's I 6. Orange .. .... 262,655, | I"tt'l'" !_
I arise, it would be deadly serious. -
busy streets and out into the 7. Palm Beach ..... 224,537 NAVACO AWNINGS

Great Straw Market 1 vast expanses of the Everglades .;I la. Polk . r i..., 192,777 I I HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY-.-j--- ---.------.-.---- ---------- -

and Indian land. One F 3. Escambla. .." .. 173,012 .
Nassau
The attraction at
.. great Indian, whom we* met at a 10. Volusia! . .. .. 124,864
is the Straw Market, -whichIs stand where we had stoppedfor 11. Brevard .'. ..... 11U76 No Extra Cost- r
concentrated near the docks J t:
but extends much farther down I a cold drink' spoke good 11 Sarasola\ ..... 75,255, with any JIAVWAITER HOME i'AI. ..'
'! English and was very friendlyyou 1J. Alachua 74,718
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Bay street in the city. Here are A BATHROOM SET!
( know we have often said 14. Leon . 73,959!
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displayed all 6 sorts 'of ,*traw. v ; I NO $3.00 emu rw MONTH NO IXTINDED MONTHLY PAYMENTS .
baskets that courtesy and kindness. be.' 15. Manatee .4.. 68,464 j NO IXTIA Y1A 08 SO TO PAT NO INOtlAH IN CASH FRICInt ,f(V, 1:: i

other huts, hand items bags made, of straw,Viand: 1 get courtesy and kindness regardless ,,16..j Bay .......: .fir. 66,468; > ,otf.r Coed t. Hi to fo BwWw rah tf e Worlds Ofctat. larg.st end Moil .'"- \ I

of nationality, race or 1Okaloosa-.r.: 61,067 "' Tamed UU.e of Shia Hon .1.i JIM WAITER CORPORATION
and these avidly purchased I
are anything else). Some people' IS. Lake .. ... ... 56,290 I; )< .
ty the tourists, of .the
many
make Miami to Madison in) a 19. Seminole I .. Jt. u&4,757 .
several t
purchasers each buying ''doy-and it can be -donut 20. Lee .*. . . ". / 53,78' f .. ,
of them to take back home. ': ?
|we::saw no point in that, if we 21. Marion ... .. .. 51,361 .
Many of the hats are very : 'i '
were going to visit all the nur- 22. Monroe .. .. .. 45,485 ,
much would 'buy themIn
as one < series and fruit stands that we 23. Gadsden... ,. .. 39,529 .
the stores here, 'while others "
especially made for souve- I I( did visit, along the way; :'so 24. St. Lucie" ... ..... 38, 88 : "t.J :

itirs are such as those with wide ;i we took two days for the'jour 25. Jackson .. .. .. ... 36,523 t :f.,. r( .
ney and wound up at home with 26. Pasco ..;.. .. .. 36,522
trims and extendinginto
.crowns an assortment of South Florida 12', :. Putnam .... ... 31,920 ,
cones half as high or moreas .
The native plants, tomatoes, graPe fruit,'1 28. Santa Rosa . 29,434 Take advantage of this Tremendous Offer You will receive: FREE,
the purchaser. and the like. 'J '' \ of no extra cost a lavatory complete to floor, a commode closet .
much ,of the cranges :29. St Johns ... .;... 28,968 .
omen weave combination complete with seat a 14" steel tub complete with ;
straw goods right there on the i 5JO. Indian River .. 24,913 filler, when you buy any Jim Walter home. ,: '
Is somewhat '31. Highlands .. .. .. 21,131
variable street. The; if price one will not pay 1 WrtkATrip 32. Columbia .. .. 19,868 Why Walt Own your home TODAY 1 If youve home dreamed--Here's your of owning chance.aNew r.. i*. ,.f..

the first price asked, he can It -is well worth a trip to I 33. Clay ... .. .... .. 19,486 Don't.t.. Pay NO'fItNGDOWNwellhandle .,;,: frequently the item for South Florida now to see the 34. Osceola .. .. .. .. 19,170 .. *..J, all financing and give you. as a

less-a custom get quite prevalent 1 various trees in bloom, some of 35: Nassau .. .. .. .'.. 16,859 otter slip by you. ,set.pedal gift, this 3-pIece bathroom .' -

regarding street purchases in : vhich we have mentioned in :6. Martin f .. .. .-... 16,654 .
Latin and 'Latin-American counI preceding> columns. Kingof S7. 'Colliers .'. .... .* 15,475 .. BETTER' HURRY.! TINS TIME: OFFER ONLY! IS FOR A LIMITED

tries. The population of the cityis them all is probably the Flamboyant 38. Walton ... .. ... 15,418 .

mostly colored, and all the i or Royal Poindana, 39. Suwannee .. 14,855

policemen we saw .were young i which has South Florida ablaze,40. Madison .. .. 14,113 =- .
colored men dressed quite now with its orange-colored i i.blossoms. I 41. Taylor .. .. 13,080 I" ..t'

nattily in their policen en', uni, Then there is the 42. Charlotte .. .. ... 12,485I I lI.. .

forms. Most, or practically all.Jacaranda I. with its.pretty blue 4.'. Bradford .. .. 12,435 I i' .

of the store owners and other flowers We brought a jacaranda -! 44. HardeeI... 12,348 I II

commercial and government tree back with us and'45. Sumter .. .. .. 11,810 ,
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men, however, are white people 1 have I set it out on the south': 46. DeSoto .:. .. r 11,491

from, or descendants from,1 s side of the newspaper office 47. Washington .. 11,203

England, Scotland, the United where we hope it will be able 48. Hernando .... 11,128 .

States, Canada, and so on. I, to withstand Madison's cold! We 49. Holmes} .. .. .. 10,760
also bought a Frangipani, but 50. Levy .... .... 10,313 'R

Preacks Frill Wfceel I' traded it back when the nur-I 51. Gulf .. ..... 9,832 \

cry owner assured us it could, 52. Jefferson ... .. 9,438 .

Chair not stand our winters and We 63. Citrus .. .. .. 9,19 I) ,r

simply. could not agree to'bring j &4. Hendry .. .. .. 8,049
I. THE
"COUNTRY SQUIRE" ONLY $2895 CASH t
Since one of the days on such a lovely plant up t&. Hamilton .. . 7,701 r

which we were on the island here just to get it killed by the I':1C. Calhoun .. .. 7,367 Only ale of JinaValter", Newest Model*-all yours for low. low

vas a Sunday, several of u* cold. .The frangipani by the &7. Baker .. .... 7,337: monthly payments. Large front window carport'and utility roam ,c.
went around to the Church of wi&y, is one of the writer's 53. Union ... ..... 6,780 plug many many more of Jim Walter's top quality features.

Scotland (Presbyierian), the'special favorites. We saw in!;1 59, Franklin .. .. 6,587 : "

minister of which conducted Stuart and again in Miami and 60. Okeechobee r.. ,. 6,392Cl.

services from a wheel chair. In in Nassau another tree 5'ln Wakulla .r.. 6,232 JIM WALTER CORP. .

spite of physical disability he bloom the flowers of which had i 62. Flagler *. . . 4,555

vas carrying on, and a very: more or less pointed pink petals: 63. Dixie . . . 4,454 .. ,
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impressive service he held too. and were quite fragrant and 64. Glades .. . 2,940C5. :: 'J'. "' .A .I., i'.' <- "W. ,\ "_ax

The church is a hundred and( We asked several persons in Gilchrist . . 2382 GEORGIA Owrry-0391 or Write P. a Box 1203. ValdosU' Georgia. ,. 'I.SU ,' ; '-'

fifty years old. One of our cabdrivers Nassau ,what it was. One finally!I G6. Lafayette . . 2J&42, .'. ':.' : ... :
said that the Roman;(said it was the orchid tree*)67. Liberty .. .. 2,048 --"._-- r *. s -'
C&tholics were the largest religious though we doubt if that is its' r- AMI MAX TOOAYI Meg ro the .fflc.1Warst *o*. 'r.
denomination on the real inclined WALTft COtfOtATJOtf .' r ;8 .
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Baptists as first, although w -'seem I to know what something i Alaska as this ,I* written on .1 orif.. I toxl. BNroftar. .. ,,,.........D Krtetions II rout. t
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FRAY, JUNE 1 Wfc 1tIo THE Zi iLslll1SSF.R19CA HADOOtf FLORID: PAC ? FIFTEEN' .

.. !. COHa-aHUP ----.- BUSINESSMEN .. MINUTESr-
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: Greenville Mrs Vivian Cone announces week in your store ten 'em SCRATCH ,'YOUR ITCH-

j the engagement*, and'cep I GOBYMLFSFOR about. it in. anE-R,. -ad-every : $ITCH-ME-NOT.back at any Snag& burnIng store
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Proaching.marriage of her '" daughter week. :Apply : -

,.. Irma Bugenia. to William Edward YOUR WATCH REPAIRING i disappear. Use instant-drylng

Sharp. mn of Mr and Mn CourteousOutstanding: Service..... I.:ITCH-ME-NOT day or night bites'footitch for

: Robert Gordon Sharp of Palmetto, Values "'.';; "'" Miss Judy Cole left Thursday to eczema ringwornCInsect
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Florida. Slit Cone is also Cw her sister Mrs Harry Drake,I
Come in and See Us visit StORE (advt)
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daughter of Mr Thomas James Cone,
i in Panama City for a few days before -
WANTED colore
: Experienced Sr KCLLVS ftCPAIR' SHOP **
of
I. B. DIg Jr. Greenville.Miss 1-
I cook Apply In person at th going to Presbyterian Youth
CHUCK WAGON. jMt-d, Cone wu graduated tract MADISON Fellcrshp! camp at Gulf treat next' Termites Swarming?
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE
: Greenvtfl High School and receiveda
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... week. Others attendIng -
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ACREAGE FAUMB HELP WANTED: ""'_, ,-- < '
Science >II '
Bachelor of
'BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL : Degree i 'ru.,1".4t". -. the C3ml\>will be-Miss Beverly CAL>r
SALESMEN AGENTS
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Business at Florida State Uaversity.
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL' I Gibson and Jimmy CoPeland.x Burke .
J She Is employed by the Mdl-
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;APPRAISALS 250 per hour or more for par OPEN House .
School Board and -
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ABSTRACTS TITLE or full time route work. Large repeat -lIOn County
TITLE INSURANCE orders. Man or woman Writ business subjects at Green Mr and faIncdo: :. Ashley Jr Exterminafing'Co.Phone .
I 112 West Base Street McNESS CO. Box 27C6, DeSoU (vilJe Kith School entertained with Harriet Candy and Dens "WO.I
hoiaeSatsrday
open harm attended Presbyterian youth 293-J Perry. Florida ..
MADISON. FLORIDA 51&, Memphis 2, Tenn. 41-2t-p! VLr Sharp received" a Bachelor oT
evening their home North
at
! Phone HU 3-6277' on camp at Gulftreat this wee c Mn
POSITION WANTED: Stenograph Science Degree In Mathematics atl Range street prior to the annual I RS Williams Jr accompanied them OUR BUSINESS is helping YOUR

... HADDEN ESTATE or general office work. Massej the University of Florida. Me Is ,forma dinner dance at the Country.:there Sunday. BUSINESS. THE E-R.
J Business College, 6 years' experience. -i so employed by the Madison County Club i I.

Large 3-bedroom home. X acre,, Shorthand typing, book> .: School Board, teaching Mathematics Rooms open to sixty or more R
close to Metal Plant needs repairs and teletype Ben ol I in Madison.
keeping .
Quests were decorated with hydranpea ;
!
, but A good buy for $10.000 references. Call Hunter 3-6823 The couple will be married at c:4Erli
and gladioli Arrangements of SING R SEWING
$1000 cash $75 months or $9000
I, Cash per 1 I II or write P O. Box 576. JS.U
AUCTION Church of Greenville. A reception the porches.
LIVE
v STOCK 109 S. PATTERSON STREET -"
CLOSE'IN Clubtmnyedistely
SELL your cattle and hogs In our will be held atVoman.s A variety of delicious hors cI"- "
I 208 acres good farm' and pasture. auction each Monday. Sales start at following the cue Nevres! cheese spreads and wafers;I VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
land, small lake, U Viile on highway STOCKYARD .
' large frame 1:00. MONTICELLO mony. sold drinks and coffee were served. Machine Rental Sewing Course
tobacco allotment Repair -
I Inc Monticello. FIaItegletered Friends and relatives of the couple Out-of-town included Mrs .
guests
h>me. Price $26,500: Terms.
r : Angus. bulls for sale are Invited to attend. John. Copeland of DemopoUs. Ala. -

''LOC1NDY: J.YARNERREALTOR at all times. IT md of Mr Tamp.and Sirs R C Dickinson New Maces $$5950 and "


I J. D. Scnggs Lig1 .Ckvge CALL VALDOSTA ai 4-23M COLLECT
r Mrs J D Scruggs is visiting relatives
'1 in MontteeOo. Service/In 24 Hours
.Byron hotel...Phone-HU 3-6648 FORESTER
SURVEtOR'Ph <*
I MADISON, FLORIDA '. REGISTERED. HU 3- lP6MADISON A slight charge: Is made f on j'! OUR BUSINESS b helping YOUR i'
\ J ALL ENTERTAINICENT BUSINESS. THE E-R.
FLA. jSTOPlUSiEN
NOTICES
, FOR SALE, -
(regardless of sponsor)

; One 6-scre Cherry Lake 'estate: ( !! ALL NOTICES OF MONET-'

I high, dry, and handsome, 1250.: RAISING PROJECTS
LUMBER! LUMBER! (regardless of sponsor)
f One 10-acre Cherry Lake estate; c'9
ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE Yom"P
I 2 houses and a path, $3250. If you are plashing to build any ABOUT MEETINGS: OF ANT t
thing, hog 'pens, chicken houses, KIND J
I Q One 208-acre farm good house. buns repair your' home or build of jMEN'S
(regardless organization)
close in d\ paved road. Tobacco
a new one see me first. We have
,1- t allotment Selling for $27,500. the largest stock of used building Prices are reasonable. Rising production .
'
t t New 3-bedroom house nearing material in the state. We save you costs force us to omit ALL
to 50% of building material FREE ADVERTISING.ATTENDING:; 'SllMWKERCfflEFJ I
.. completion in Hancock Terrace. up your -

J Small down payment balance like cost .. )
SHORT COURSE
, renti SO. GA. FENCE CO.
I Re?. 15c ea. r
i BOADUS WILLOUGI1BYHU
411 E. SAVANNAH AVE. I Eight boys from Madison County
i I ..3-G481 are panidpaiing In the
. -- CH 2-6081 41st Annual S1.00
j FOR SALE VALDOSTA, GA.GffiARWN Boy ,,-It Club Short Course at the per Do:.

University of Florida June 1317.

Two sets Used Buckeye Tobacco Harvey Paulk Asst County Agri- MEN'S .

1 t u Cookers $175.00 per set JEWELERS' cultural agent with the Florida Wfsh 'n Wear

I Agricultural Extension 8n'la71

YkksIeeC.. FOR THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE the Madison County delegation lit" DRESS PANTS .
I SILVER CHINA* CRVS-TAL dudes Irwin Ulm. Donald KIn&'. Men's Short Sleeve

I FOR SALE: Black hog peas, ger' DIAMONDS JEWELRYEXPERT Wbert Blair Walter Brown Jerryrietcher by"HUBBaItD" SPORTSHIRTS .

h minatlon 85. Price $8.00 per REPAmiNaII Rudy Hamrick HI, Dwight j

I'' bushel RODGER WILLIAMS licks, and Jerry McClune. J & "CHAMP" i'

Lee Fla. 42.4t-pd. About 400 boys from throughout 51 .
' the state are registered for the annual : I ., Regular $1.93 '
located NATIONAL d
FOR SALE: My home nicely S4 '
't I from Madison.JESSE r event according to W W $.98
2% tniles DnIDAL" Our Regular $ Ien's "Better" Short Sleeve
I MOORE. Pinetta FUu SERVICEYAIJOSTAGA. Brown,. state boys' 4-H ClUb agent .
I Phone HU 3- 777. ..U.st.pdI Brown san delegates to the Short ..
I Bourse win enjoy a week of Inrtruction Regular ,2.50.
-FoR SALE: 1g59 English Ford ) a9g $6 $2.93 .
entertainment recreation Regular $ -
I 4-elr sedan like new. AT A SACRI and
FICE. TERMS. Call HU- 78't after &' 3 No. Patterson contests ,t
2 4
l Classes in agriculture are con CRAIG NOBLE DRESS ;, OR FOR
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5:30 P.M.FOR .
I ducted each morning by Extension .. -
COMPLETE LINE DWOSKINTALBOAJWE I -
: Mahogany 8-piece Service speciailsta. First year boys SHIRTSloox MAKE A.FUSS OVER DAD!!

uSALE. dining1 room set, I 'reshmen' receive instructions in -*. MEN'SBermuda '
.
$100.00 Cash. A real buy Mrs wo different subjects each day, .1.w

Jim Bunting, Phoncf 'HU 3-2347 I vhile senior boys choose one oft .. Fine Cotton Shorts

Madison. 40-lt-pd tight courses.Da41 .
y assemblies) are devoted to Wash 'n WearPermanent ';

FOR SALE: One slightly used G-E alks by leaders In agriculture and Stay-soft Collar DACRON POLYESTER &

Range Call MRS. N M LAW at rfucation including President J I COTTON .

HU i-2263 during the day, or \Vayne ReiU of the University. of Permanent Lustrous Finish : I II WASH N WEAR *
see at, 301 Z. :Marion St rafter ANDWALLPAPER .
5 p. m. 40.1eh< Torid*. Single Needle Tattering POLISHED COTTONS
Part of each day Is set aside!
CORDS
.One 12 ft molded CO. Cuffs I BEDFORD
FOR SALE: 'or swimming and other recre- Convertible
marine plywood boat gator trailer. tonal avcthities.'Competitive, events PINCORD&
AT CASTLE PARK '
15 H. P Evinrade motor. acces. .and"olleyball sizes 14-17 "
ndudutg football, softball
,
sorjes. Can be teen at F & M VALDOSTA GA. .
) Dial CII 2-5384 are under the direction 3.985.98'MEN'S| $
Grocery, East ladlien/'U S I Sizes 28-40
t 8-tt :1 free parking of> Ray Graves, university athletic $3.38. I
Jrector{jshd"he*d football+!toads. *
BEFORE SELLING your ,ibex shcW biirse contestsiixtnse'LbeLate ..

or timber also Interested land please ia see buying me. Were Reptf ered Sraj. r dairy judging n m-off, ttactoropenton' DAD WILL LOVE ,Pr. .. p.-. SWIM TRUNKS

competition, public I
limited amount of pine-hardwood Phone HU 3.2372MADISON
pulpwood delivered by truck to FLORIDA pealdnq contest, and lamp making.A SAMSONTIE LINAGE(; ;,.,,' f i,

'. F"Tesy,-?'** or .tosAo'an'RR.cars. addition to these contests 1.98 3.98 i
See, write or I.I ; JIll" WADSDnI ompedtive examinations are held '> TO ,
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.. Colors---
L .P: C..ONW for several available acho1anbfpLCampus -- j

:; 3. .Xlii"- FJwMt. ", housing Is provided Intrsdeat TAN QUALITY '
i TO BOYS' STATE SADDLE UNDERWEARStarts
'.PhoMi'pitiiii" IIe 1Me 4ormiiories and meals .MEN'S :;

house erred in the University Cafetttia. COLORADO BROWN '
Two-bedroom
nit RENT: Benny Harris,, Francis 'WUliams I
See ELZIE MAY at Vickers Implement and AU delegates must have achieved Undershirts
i Dale Walker leave Sunday to EBONY GRAY &
ertaln obecUves in their local '
Company, Madison.i 7 i:
attend Boyi State in Tallahassee,
Jt t 42-lt-ch --x- tubs to qualify for attendance at Our Regular 69c Each- f f

Rent .an adding machine or Mr* "Navy Turlinrton'a friends host. 2-SUTTER ....S24.15 Sages2sto 44; 36 to 46 ,

at E-R ofiee:'I'4n1y we1com& her return to her home ,. .. .
typewriter i .
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LeeSunda .
at Jacksonville, AmLiTr.
I $1.00 a daY &-eo .p week, "' row FOOTUSE ; &
where she spent several months KERATOLVnC ACTION'PECA1 CLUTTER ...... .
f 15.00 per month. <,.' visiting with 'her daughter and sonlAlawt E It slough* ort the tofected fE ;

FEMALE HELP WANTCB Mriand Mrs D E McCulky skm. Then watch fresh 2FS1'I

t t RUR.U/'HOUStWIfBB' ,. and Mr, and Mrs J N Hobby. healthy akin replace liquid a it keratolytlc.Get InstaatdrjlngT4L at- c mpanIozi'Case W I Da VV. = 1 r. .

drag stow If not delighted In
Need money to belp ti JteraMy budget G-E Appkaicesll.rtN '3 any DAYS <3c back Use T-4-L J "
? Avon needs ,you to service FOOT POWDER your too-gtrn antiseptic I MAKE IT A GRAND DAY FOR DAB JUNE 19t1'fll I .

It customers. Write AVON, Box 3103 Sul Ct. I I soothing protection. \OW at .

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CHERRY. LAKE METHODIST ROCKY, PR'NGI METHODIST I JEUOVAirS WITNESSES SAFE VACATION, FOR CHILDREN t

CHURCH CHURCH 1 I
Phone Smith-Corona adding THINKING
118 N. Orange St. HU 3-63S5
A preaching service every Sunday A preaching Service every Sunday. MEETINGS: t 1,000,000 children: will soon be or

t, 1 i WE WELCOME YOU moraine Bible Study: Wednesday 730 P. }. the loose as Florida schools dose on
3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m Machines ABOUT MORE
and typewritersand
1st M- Jane 9th for the
: summer.
P.
Service 730
10:00 .' Meeting: Friday
if: .Sundays ,7:30 Itt .and rd ,Sundays a. m.2nd ,
Ana and 4th ,p. .m.
and 4th: Sundays, 11: ))0 a. m. Ministry School: Friday 8:30 P. UWatchtowr'r The Florida Safety Council urge
I School ..each /jjl rjl i t \
Sunday
-.I ,Sunday at 10:06 a,,m. Sunday School every Sunday. =Bible Study everyone to make thhls a safe ADd cash registers. INSURANCE?
Sunday 730 P. )I. enjoyable summer for atl Ttx
Service each Itt and 3rd Sundays ll:X) a. nx
Prayer Kingdom Seekers Welcome.No largest number of children killed
Wednesday 8:00 p.m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 10M a., m. TheEnterpriseRecorder
:, Collection Taken. in traffic accidents are in the !5
Dish
Covered
covered Family Night Supper
Night
Family I
to 14 year old group and most are
.. dish Friday Ftiday night after second Sunday
supper ADVERTISERS Please let. killed during vacation. Drivers watch
befortlst Sunday '730 p. m every month promptly at 7: )0 p. m. .
cat for children and drive slow In
Woman's' Society of Woman's Society of Christian Ser us have your ADS by TUESDAY areas where they play.Most ** i 4 ;)

i Christian 1 Service!;* e.l1f : .t VifetheetaiOQrMonday[; night' after! NOON. THANKS.. TIlE communities'hare: supervisee NO MORE EXTENSION OF
meets Thursday after. (("'1: third Sunday at 1:30 nf.
p. I E-R. rereaBonaprogramor the .chit;'CONSERVATION'RESERVECONTRACTS .!. t i
-8:00 m. '
lit Sunday p. Club zneets dren
The Methodist, Men's 'during the summer. We urge
It.5 Methodist Men's Club meets I . I .
alternately with Cherry Lake CZJ parents to take advantage of these '

.;t Springs alternated Tuesday with RocKy'after I''I Tuesday after the 4th Sunday: SUNDAY PROGRAM W M AF..8CHEOUU programs m that your child 'will Chairman John Cone of* the county .
l: .
e have a happy safe summer.
.
800
8:00 ; p. m. ; Agricultural Stabilization and
Ii' 4th Sunday Board meets 1ft Wed.p. m.Official The Official Board meets each 730 A.:). Gospal Musk *- AH children should leans to swim Conservation Committee announcesthat .
,.:.:. Most communities .hare si swimming
month the 7'55 News,, Conservation: Reserves con.
following ,CD
,
.UBaonthwfUr cupper
nesjay each even. jQiniibaw_. "' """ V..II with qualified Instructors
'"*" pt1
8 program
'service.*vrae 1"amu'y"NI&b" our trtcts.f;whlcb ,ezpli *'i'"Q 1960 01laten.
prayer 8:30 Gospel Musk J> to give free lessons to the children fao lodger
Commission on Education meets P. KMROWElXk S, S. Supt. : ears ara eligibl _

In Wednesday eath odd numbered. MRS. W; Wl,tATLEDCa: !1 tat, %* 930 9:00 Gospel Revival Concert Time: 1 Jt at Many specified children times.spend part or all to fee df extended year {or an., addiUonaJp6tod
after service. '
ammth JAMES SHEFFIELD tfrayer S. S..,Supt C.- B. DAVISr"PASTORr\.).. ..*..... .... 10:00 News. of their summer at various camps Mr Cone said the..present ruling ..

THOMAS SUHLES HARRY It Lee Methodist-Charge".i" V. 10:05 Say Serenade Whether it be a days outing M has no effect< on; the period o..
for several weeks child should
10:45 Prelude to WonM your
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Asrt's. 1.: E/W McDOUGAIXv.PastorXCC existing contracts. These will contInue -
COCHRAN ,1f.EY 11:00 Morning Worship be warned of certain hazards, such
DAVIS. pabr. ,METHODIST CHURCH in accordance with con tract
'S C. B. .
v Preaching 12:00 Hews as being able to Identify poison terms.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1st and 3rd Sundays 12:15 Afternoon Melodies Ivy, oak and sumac all of which .
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1255 News are found in Florida. Also he
GREENVILLE FLA. _. 11:00 and 730 NEW PASTORS
a. m. p. m.
Sunday School ...... 10:00, A,M. Sunday School 1:00 'Afternoon Melodic should be taught to beware! of
Morning Worship 11:00 A.)M. Every 13Ct Afternoon rMelodlesU:43 poisonous snakejs. AH campers -- C. E. QUICKflU
.
Baptist Training Course 6:4$P. M.Evening Sunday 10.DO a. m << { <. :t'Serenade/In Blue should always have a first aid kit f liw E0ward Finkell has been assigned -
Methodist Youth Fellowship (f ItSS News t. with snake bite kit included to the Jennings and Han
Worship_ .. '1:30"P. M. a 3-6163 BOX 293 ,
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0pm "Children should not be Methodist churches and RevL I
Prayer Meeting: Wed.J30.P. M 2:00 } Hour of Dedtlom permitted son MADISON. FLORIDA
> BOB SEARCY. School
\ t Sunday Supt 2:30 Musical Sunday to go swimming or boating E Denslow to the Lee and rocker *

HANSON METHODIST/CHURCH IflCKORY GROVE aiURCH 235 ZJ without an adult to supervise. Many ) Grove churches. Rev C M This Gulf Life agent can tell

Preaching Services 4very'FlrsV'.*> Preaching End and 4th Sunday 3:00. Utztd lalfsX. f I w. cfuMren have drowned by showing Sippington, formerly at Jennings you 'how, with Adapt-A. I

and Third Sunday '11:00 A M. .,. J130 am and 7:30 pm 336: "' ;e.. off because of lack of supcrvission." and Hanson goes to Hawthorne and Plan& your insurance is
"
f--' and 8oQ"P. M.Randay Sunday School every Sunday. 4:00 Hit Parade A concluded' Asher Frank, Director of Rev E W UcDougaJl, formerly atLee adaptable. For example, a

School.every Sunday -/ '"4 10:30 am 433 News f the Florida Safety CounciL and Hickory .Groce goes to family Income plan' can also
:, :: ", : 1030 A. )to substantial retirement .
"' PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 5:00 Nude At Soadowa Waldor ; I provide
Nights: Saturday betdr .' -. 530 Hesdlinec A Weather CO TOBACCO SUPPORT SET Riv0 J Steverson. a former income.. Give him

'EYery second *S.undGy.4:00 Ph M. Preaching every Sunday P33. Sign-Off' ;,'I AT St LEVEL I pastor at Cherry Lake and Rocky a 'call today

REV. CM.. SAPPINOTON., Pastor Sunday School _. 1030 ,X M.Morning ( PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO Springs has been assigned to MlccosukeeV" -I
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CHANCE WITHOUT NOTICE t t .. .
I' HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Worship _:UOO''' A. Bl Loans will be available on I960- e Mn: B N Cross and MrsTr'F '

. I Sunday School .....,.....w '10:00tA.. M. Sunday Evening BTU '6:30 P. M. crop F-C tobacco at an average f I LIvIngston spent ten days in
f Morning Worship# 11-00 A M. Evening ,Services ._.. 7:30 P..M Daily PrefTMiScWiie level of 55H cents per pound the 24th Inf tMv, Germany (AHTNC) I Columbus. Ohio where they were
: Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wedisday > Department of Agriculture has announced Army Sergeant First Class James. guests of :Mr and Mrs W J Barnes

I Evening! Worship 7:30 P. M.Midweek Evening k..........,,. : .':00 P. M. This Is the same ,level Franklin. 37, 806 First It Madison: while there to attend the graduationfrom
Prayer Service,7:30 P. M W B SEALS, S S Superintendent WMAP 1230 ON YOUR. DIAL available for the 1959 crop as directed Fla recently: participated with High School of Mr Gross'

t Brotherhood last Thursday J ARTHUR CRUCC, Training Union 1OO.ut Sip On by existing law.: other personnel from the 24th i daughter, MIss Mary Jo Gross. They

I. of each month at _*:. 730 P. M.. Director. 6:02 Fla. Firm Hr. Beginning with the 1961 crop the Infantry Division's 3d Engineer! were Joined there by Mrs W J

; WMU every second and fourthi 633: World & State News price supports available for alt Battalion hid bridge building exercise -i VoughanJJoyd pf Pennsauken, N
: Tuesday 7:30 pm. ERNEST CUM, Minister &30 Fla. Farm Hour kinds of tobacco will be determinedby J who Joined the family there for

li SINGLETARY S. S. .Supt. WELCOME TO 6:45<< Rudy Hamrtck. adjusting the 1959 support level la western Germany. the graduation exercises and festivities -

, LAMB B. T. U. Director NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH (Mon Wed. Fit) upward or downward in proportionto and were also honored with a

Iv. LEWIS. D. HUGHEN Pastor Come Worship With Us 6:55' World News changes in the parity index Termites Swarming? beautiful luncheon given Tuesdayby

r WELCbME' Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 7:00 State New' (prices paid by farmers including Mrs Arnold Colabrese. Enrouteto
TO, Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 7.O5 Coffee With Ray interest taxes and wage rates). CALL I and on return they visited scenic
OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1:45' World frews spots along the Skyline Drive and
Baptist Training Union 630 P. M. using the previous 3-year moving
; >Sunday School --?. 10:00 A. M. Evening Worship 730 P. M. 7:50. State News average. ,' BurkeExtermmatmg* 1 mountains of. Tennessee and West
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 735 Weather News i r Virginia. They returned home Saturday ..
Mid-week Prayer Service 730 P. M. .
Union _...... 6:30 P. .
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Training > 8:00 CrCfM with night .
J.tl Brotherhood 4th Friday 730 P. MLJade Ray JACK WOODWARD JR
Evening Worship 70 P. !
9:00 Morning Devotions -x-
Pickles S. S. Supt.Sum RECEIVES AWARD \
Prayer Meeting4; : I 730 P. M. Andrews >I'B.' T. U. Director 9:15 Moskal Interlude Miss Nancy Smith is at home

Church 'Builn u Meeting tnonth.First'f1edrusdYr'idght REV. ELDRIDGfijLjOKS. Pastor 930 Music Unlimited' Jack Woodward Jr, son of Mr Phono 293-J Perry Florida from Agnes ,Scott College. for the
ofadi >
. 10-tO News summer vacation
Brotherhood and W.M.U.: ,Second CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:05 Music UoUmlted 'T and Mrs Jack Woodward, of COUNTER TOPS -.x-

Thursday night of, each month. p' M CHUIt, HPreachlli1il' 10:30 Music Unlimited' Pinetta FFA Chapter, was selectedas G-E APPLIANCES Mr George Candy is pendIng

r freachlng' Servte&i Every Sunday every: Sunday 1140 Music Delimited* County Winner of the Farm .> aeveral weeks here with Mrs Candy

Come WorshlpWith Us '.* Morning $trvterll:00 A. M. 11:16 Public Service Mechanics award. This award is ''xlTCBEN CABINETS and daughter Harriet He Is with

REV. DOZIER SAPP", Pastor *>0 P. M. 1130 IRe wd .BnsS :I p.. being presented with 525 Savings the Merchant Marine and travels extensively

LEE BAPTIST:CHURCH **... Sunday at 12:00 World News I. Bond by Cf'OOTiactor Co of I II to.foreign ports.

'r REt L T. CARTER, Pastor Evtn1nz. P. 12:15 P.H. Noontime Notes (- Madison and the Florida Ford I I OUR BUSINESS is helpLig YOUR
Y at 6:45 M 12:30 Talk Of The Towav .
ef Tractor Co. BUSINESS. TdE E..R.
Wednesdayat 12:40 Uaj Ned f F 't\
Scbdei ||NY f I
A. At
U ,10:00 P. $* Kew i f
8:00 l&gr State
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12:45
= Worship ....... 11:00 A. M.lrsWng Brotherhood ftwt Thursday everymonth 1250 f"|..*" riraf. News -ii:: -:- r'" ::

Union I : 7:00 P. M. at 730 IVM. 1225 Weather News t.f fUDO NEWADDING ELECTRIC 10-KEY
8:00 P. )LPnnr' f .
1 ver laC Worship '
EWelcome.. > =bmr' Bit Parade. MACHINES
I t'lDO P. LtMOSELEtALt .
'f"'i. "' REV. J. R. COLD Paste 1:55. News :L.AfteroooQ ;
BAPTIST I aoo. r I' .. VICTOR ......... .. $171.00

r lUIRC1tEV MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST MV. .":230 i '&'"!"a" o'pubUC i&ridkj,;. tIC BURROUGHS ...... 20950 BKANNIVERSARY r
.t1i bt' !J pastor 701 South' Range : ) -w- Melodies

Jl' Sapp'--. ChalnnaoVBoaxd of Sunday Bible Study IbO A.1LLonr. 255 ."" World, 4-.-,State !W. CLARY ...... .. ..... 225.00ODHNER

1+ Deacon Supper and 3:00 2*. Afternoon Melodiea, ....!:...... 259.50
.Edification _- 11:00 A. M. 3:45<< T" Public Se rvic *;;
.... B.T.U.
Dleectpr .
lily Baley ; Sunday "Evenhig Serrice "7:30 P. M. 4:00 ,.,. News TOT ALIA ...., .. ..... 259.00 SALEm
IMQ7'en. _.__ Associate Director *! -
LeuW! .Cruse S. S. Supt. Wednesday Evening c-os Eeriest Parade : plus fed. and state tax. ,
"" 730 P.1( *
World. ,State..Newl
425
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1\ Brought To You Weekly By I Lake was the setting Thursdayafternoon :

., ., .... for a miscellaneous shower
complimenting Miss 'Carmen' Buck.
1I FLORIDA WLMJK) seRA f OOK.V ,' halt bride-elect of Jane 26. Co-
[[ hostesses..with Mrs Prine were Mrs .
I! YOU : mUHimp Harold Gross Mrs Earl Wester-
MOST ORDINARILY CLASSIFIED' MfII1U1 flour man and Mrs Carl March.
4 HAVE AS AN ANADROMOUSSPECIESA Lumber
4t compon Twelve guests enjoyed the delightful
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,. TO SALTWATER Refreshments' of sherbet cake

I FISH SALT FOR AND UP FRESH MIGRATe* fiSM: ; KELLY'OODARD, Rt 2, Mad cookie The honoree and punch received,were served beautiful

WATER WATER GTREAMS v.. cm, do you read the Fisherman's many
useful The
JI' FISH DURING' SPAWNING and gift*. hostesses
IN SEASON LAY ITS EGGS I iUM Calendar presented her with a combinationsteam
.. FRESH THE: STRIPED BASS OP THE FLORIDA i sun and dry iron.
"WATfR GULF COAST is BELIEVED70 Assisting the hostesses were
I td' L.IVE ONLY IN BRACKISH .. Sandra Westerman Betty Ann and
;: ,. \ 0 AND FRESH WATERS* COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR Frances Gross and David Wester-
; FOR TMI WIBC JUNl 19 THRU JUN1 36 meant
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CATCHES AVEfUoGE '
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5 TO 10 POUNDS I
> "/': TAA.e 1* bdt Dry, -T.t. ifs M Mo SSW Mr and Mrs Sam Breeden will
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meet their grandson Sammy Harris
"I r IS I I SUN |MON | TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN of Rockville, Conn., Saturday ia
.. 75 19 I 20 I 21 I 22 I .23 I 24 I 25 26 Jacksonville. Sammy will spend the
vl I Ja: t is ""' t- -r >w summer here. The Breeden* ,and
.,. POUNDS// 9:37 1023 11:09 l1SG 12:43 1:31 2:18 3XH Sammy will go from Jacksonville
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A5I AM AM AM PM PM PM PM to Miami to attend the Pan American

i Fashion Mart of late summer .
and back to school fashions at
THE # I Bledctr th. rosh Iotter th! Day for flshtngKOWARDSTUDSTJLL I the Fontalnbleau and Eden Roc

hotels.
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Mr and Mrs Beasley Cole have
BASS
ALSO I been with Mr Col 's mother, Mrs
CALLED ROCK PISH .. W E Cole, Sr in Jacksonville who
AND ROCK BASS
fell the past week and broke her
,AND 15 FOUND ff/TMZ is A POPULAR SPoTsnsH tU THE:
T.MACV5 ANN APALACHICOLA. RIVER WATERSHED :. left hip. She is a patient in StVincent's
ST. JOHN JCVIKFLORIDA NORTHWEST FLORIDA ..
IN Hospital and is doing:as

; ,;! \ GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION' t well as can be expected.x .
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.. Monday by Mrs Wm Me-
) REMODELING, AND .REPAINTING lc NEW CONSTRUCTION) ... ,
: Chesney with twelve members and
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LET US HELP YOU ARRANGE FINANCING. Q If' HU 3-6106 one visitor present. The devotionalwas

I I given by Mrs John DovJak

.. and.T.. L FrskSte was- leader
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TO ATTEND SON'S WEDDING. PROMOTED I" the General Fund agencies pro-

Wit1iDr.C.ggis I gram. Cake and cold ,drinks were
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Men's Wash Men's Wash Mr and Mrs Edwin B Browning Lt Leroy James of Madison now! served.
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'n Wear Make Dad ad 'n Wear will Jean next Wednesday for serving with Navy in Los Angeles -x-
., Dr Royce V Jackson will join Grrarrtll S C to attend the wedding has been promoted to Lt Comman Miss Florida Davis was a bridesmaid
Dr Wflmcr J in the general in the wedding of Miss Mlge
p Coggin* I of their son James Browning, der.
r I'Di R 'OATWmi practice of medicine beginning June to illsj Pat Thomas of Greenville. Green to Fulton Crews June 3 In '
20, 1960. Dr Cbggins will take a They wiU be joined here by Mr and the First Baptist Church of Jack
\ leave of absence from the practice I Mi Qmtr of New Orleans for i ATTEND GRADUATIONMr I sonville. ,
$5) qc'1$3i5t.$425 beginning July 1st, 1960. 42-lt-ca the trip and will be Joined hereby A r x r
another daughter and husband, and Mr W B Davis Jr and I Miss Judy Davis entered Florida
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SWIMMING PARTY Mr and Mrs Arden Brown of West-! )Tits Florida. Davis of Madison at.! State University June 13 for the
tended*the Graduation Exercises in summer session. She will boa guest
of Mr
Wear field N J. The wedding
"W.a 'n
h Miss Florence Goody celebrated Browning and Mis Thomas will I' Macon., Ca. June 6, when their hi the home of her aunt. Mrs R J I

WORKPANTS r her twelfth birthday with & Hawaiian .I take place Saturday June 23, In daughter and sister Miss Judy Carroll during her stay there.
4 Davis, received her Bachelor of -.
t swimming and supper party the Baptist choreh at Greenville.The
last Friday evening at the home of I bridegroom, who ties just com Arts Degree from Mercer Univer John Ed Fraleigh joined a
her parent, Mr and Mrs Albert, pleted his junior year at Southern sity. friend in Pensacola and they are
/ $10.95t t. $1 J5 Coody. Forty young friends of. the I Seminary at Louisville, Ky, will return driving to Mexico City where they
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:,. : honoree were invited. Miss Mary there with his bride. Mrs Mr Jesse Moore has returned I will attend summer. school at the
Ellen Selman Mb Marie Jane Brown will accompany her parents from a ten days visit with,an army University of Mexico. '
: : Freeman Sines for Men Cantey and Tommy Greene assistedas back to Madison for a month' visit huddle, Mr Vance. Cox at Okulgee, -x-
i; : _. .. life-guard at the pool and )Ira Mr and Mrs Sam A Lamb Jr of
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T'C Coody assisted In serving the Milwaukee WIs. arrived Tuesday
$9.95 to $lt95pair picnic style supper. Mr and )Ira W S Cooper, Jr and Mr Olaf Bergwall of Rome, Ga. for a two weeks' visit with his
daughter Jackie the week parents Mr and Mrs Sam A Lamb.x .
o. .. ... Guest were In Hawaiian costume. ,I spent was the week end guest of Mr and
MEN'S BOXED INITIALED HANDERCHIEFS _. ..... S1.2S Prizes for the prettiest and nvi at Mexico Beach on .t-,..- .liulf Mrs W B Davis Jr, and Miss Judy -
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1 .', t silliest costumes went to Miss Shel Coast. Davis. Mrs James Revell and three children -

NECKWEAR> BELTS'. AND SUSPENDERS ......_.....-....... $1.00 .. don Tbmlinson, and Howard Phillips. -Jr- -x- of Clearwater are visitors In
/ Miss Bennie Wilder and guest Mrs B W Humphrey of Tampais Pinetta this week with Mr and Mrs

Edwin Browning a student at Mrs J W Jackson of Boynton Beach the guest of her sister Mrs Tom Jesse Moore.

DAYUGIff DEPARTMENT STORE. FSU lions, is at home for summer vaca are in Albany and Sylvester, Cat Hollingsworth. .and Mr Hollings. Glenn Moore-x-is spending sometime -
this week visiting relative worth. .
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MADISON, !FLORIDA .

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HOUCK-SAPP ---- THROW THE -BOOK AWAY Chrysler deals are- ; : .1

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ORLANDO- Mrs E F Hoodk, .; doing'Just that to .make if easy for you 7o own a brand-new /: "

Mrs Andrews Stcrchi of SL Au. Greenville, announces: the engagement .

,.:. *'jructtae engagement, Florida of her. announces daughter, Miss the Houck of to, James her daughter David Sapp Carolyn son *ACh i $/er.; lost. trad. .lnil"'a.re ,tesed. on the N.A.D.A. Book or a similar guide, :"" .; t

Martha Kathryn Sterchl, to Richard. i 1 .,. I't',. ,"
of Mr and Mrs M H Sapp.. .
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Parker McElveen, son of :Mr and : :
Mr Richard Charles McElveen of The wedding" 'planned. 'for June *">' 4 U9cdcr JHi.car&. But your: Chrysler" dealer has thrown the book out the ,- .

b Hastings, Florida. I 18. a j' ..QK TI L A .Sk........ Ew._ J* .1 ii m .BBA. ;
4 Miss Stereai! Is the granddaughter MUt HouctT daughter also of the ". ",' -- '4 I \F Iw ... "W j :. I.,' .. -......".... ,r

of the former Senator George late Mr.E F Houck. I* a graduateof window to gnre you a l1iglHJr.Jhan.boo.,!-.lrallro trace-in for your present carl '

readd1c Arews and the late Greenville High School.. [Her # .,. + ', I
Mrs Andrew of Greenville Florida, fiance, was graduated from.iBoone" 4Jk u4 MrsrJofcn Calvin Ste chi, St School : 'Stop in. Subtract. his high"frad a from the price of the Chrysler you choose.: I
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High School dais of 1959 aa-fc BFIID&COMPLIMENTED+ I,' /bfscover you're closer10.a Chryslerthan !uthrnkl "

a sophomore at Florida State University : : CHRYSLER : j'M'

Tallahassee and a member Mrs William C SUefel. the former fr '
.of the Alpha Xl Delta Sorority. Miss Rosemary Clark was compllrnented / .' '
Miss St- rchl'. father is William with '4 charming .luncheon '} .' j tutu Mnsiof> ,virus COlrotA11OI.1.' '
Frederick Sterchi of Ocala, Florida.I I Tuesday at The Pines given by'Mrs: -:I: .
Airman McElveen graduated from Henry Messer and Mrs H E.-Me- ,. isi
Hastings Hih School elMs of 19S5 I Arthur 4 7 ., f. ,
attended The Citadel Charleston ;. f
and I Places were 'W4 for sixteen guest: .
South Carolina and, Florida the '-
Iin lounge. Decorations were'ar' -
State University before enteringthe 1' rangements of. hydrangea. and da"y1Wes. .tr. a
United States Air Force in' ': r
September, 1958 and he I* now on The three course menu consisted ,
acttve duty at Tyndall Air Force #
of salad broiled chicken and \Tge-
Base Panama CIty Florida. He Is1 1L:
I tables hot rolls, dessert and'Tced
the grandson' of Mr and Mrs Jesse #

Parker of ,Alken South Carolinaand tea.The hostesses presented the hon t r'aA '"M
Mr and Mrs Daniel WUlard oree with a silver bon boa serverand
.McElveen of Hastings, no 1dL a silver, pie server. If .
Wedding p1* sill "be announcedat .."vt "":I ,
a later date. TO ATTEND TULANE ;11\
UNIVERSITY f'

WITH '***E OOMMIIONFreddy His Janice: Lamb was recently C+MtiM1te'alriitJltMq ,
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awarded a stipend for study in 'the ; .
fit, 18ft el Mr and 1 Biological Summer lastlttrte at Tn-- .' v ,

l I.Ke M* B* eH. o. recent lane University. She will leave A, 1.-.n.19 CM Your Chry cr afer>tees attract the best tars fn town; '\
In BUology
graduate el FSU xsss'iK I Thursday for New Orleans to eater ,
wtt wm Aaslrrt tat at1 classes. She i* prneatiy!!! a member 'i. f -
Everglades, fla, vrkse b* hH a ,of the faculty of Nathan Bedford
RA6ANS
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Mn W G Pinson entertained .ff
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:" YacatiNNbCC S KITCHEN CABINETS Presbyterian Circle No 2 Monday J VALDOSTA FEDERAL pays 49V

with seven members attending Mrs INTEREST.
COUNTER TOPSMETHODIST
Ragans Motor Co. will be dosed r .lll2rtlNar,4+ rrll Frank .Patenoa presented the Bible .', .,.
June 20 through June 25. Open '" ..
again' on June 27. .u.l ch .... lesson on Life"k'd"'tfi"e'tenetal In the Body anw-Fund 1frsX.1JWitm'i Agencies..and program cookies, were Punch'"'se'rff"sand.WlcheS. .. ..,.. r III $IJ.,. 1 1 .......................

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Thursday eVenlng, June 9 fifty r .
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friends and relatives met at the Turpentine & Rosin '
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rI1FT home of Mr and Mn Jesse Hughey '(7"I

at Hanson to honor E S Blairol CIRCLES Inc. .

Monticello upon his recent election -. 'I ; Factors: ,
as Clerk of Circuit Court. :
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The supper consisted of fresh Agnes Burnett entertained CJyPRESS STREET AT GA. & FLA. R. R, S S .. : t
the Had&n-Morrow Circle. Monday' I'
I garden vegetables, salads, fried afternoon with twelve ,present. UnD PHONE CH' 23760 VALDOSTA; GA, .. W '
chickfcn, baked ham, sandwiches 4 ,
$ 1 R Alexander WAS a visitor. )Irs : .

1 f Y I' for DAD and home huge made tiered rolls.A cake. topped with, J P Johnson' presided at ,temporary i gtAY.; CASH AND) SAVEWHOLESALE ;. : I r r 'lI'

chairman for the, election of officer ..
the lettering "Congratulations Eus *. They officer* arer'Mn R C .. ,,
w s tace" was served with home made i chairman i :
f Ice i Dickinson,, ; Mrs James f
cream. : Hardee co-chairman; Mn Johnson, "
The honoree was prsente&withan secretary; Mn J C Burnett, treasurer r :
engraved gavel as a remembrance rI \
Mrs Rosa flay Social Ser- ;
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YARDLEY from the
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I SPICEI I vice Secretary; Mrs Fred MSckkr, I IAtiUMI.ILIUU ,
OLD .
MENKEN'SWILLIAMS BIRTHDAY PARTY spiritual life; Mn C C Matheny, '

i' _____ study leader and'hJttJe
Dickinson. H& membership. Plans .'
Christine Well*, daughter of }.{rand I I >\
were made to send punch and
Mn Jack *L Wells, entertained cookie to the church school pupil,; From E Bin Ave take N. Forrest St., turn right at ')
eighteen girls and, boys at a picnic
lunch to the teachers and Church! first traffic light Cypress street.
luncheon party: : ._ :aturday at her on
CIGARS .' :activities for July.:Thu'hostess was .
home, in celebration of her eighth "
j 'PIPES r : I assisted by Mrs J C Burnette and
''ToBACCO birthday. The lovely birthday cake Mn C D Tomlinson in serving a Disappearing Stairway- f-k ,ea. 15.95
was in colors of pink and white If
POUCHES and I
delicious salad course tea.
CIGARETTE topped with eight candles. Hotdogs Mn James Conway entertainedthe 4x8x1-4 Inter. 2.85
LIGHTERS cake, ice cream and cold drinks Helen Parramore Circle with Plywood PC. t '
were served 'at''noon. Games were f
played and prizes awarded. Mr and 12 'member. Mn Conway was 'Jo !t
4x8x3-4 Inter. 6.95 .
Plywood
chairman:1 Mn Turner
chosen ; }pc.
Mrs Wells, and>)f '* Faye Well; of ha1rman.Irs': ;" ,
Davis, co< V Dial,

KODAK I Jacksonville Q ChrisUnejfreceJved assisted',many in entertaining.>i1iceiftL lary treasurer; Mn'C! Ur4H"SBlalocli: *&? ?Soda*, secre-Sere,! 2-4x3' Window Unit.o v-: : eaJ: 10.50 ;'4 1 "' .


ANP r : vice{ 'burs W T Coody, teacher, and :
MODELS lrJ;:4-H'-DRESS REVUE 12.35 ?
1 2-8x4-6 Window ."
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POLAROIDSwth Mn Evel :ra'Jori.assistant* teaCher Unit""tfi ea. r.c '

: MniJ MfPafford,; life-mem'
Miss JLetby IHagajU,. daughter' of 6ershiP andfMr5wH :Williamson, ., Sheetrock 4x8x3-8 1.35 5R
Mr andCMrsPaul.;'Ragana was one spiritual life. The hostess served pc.
of the model. V the 'Fashion;' Reyvue :;

1't last ThSndAy\';1alght') tp i.Ti.Ua sandwiches:The,-Circles, cookie jjrll| havener and .ice cream.x their Full Thick Rock Wool tho us. 57.00
hassee sta.gecy the 4-K club'"girti
Summer Bible study Lake's Portrait '

: Drug Store at Miss the annual Ragans 4-H modeled Short a Course.lovely Mn of C QuilL A BUlock entertained the. No. 2 Oak Flooring thous. 115.00 / .... .

dance frock which she
designed
WE GIVE S&H STAMPSHU and made. The dress was of white Nellie Bevan Circle. Officers Xon save by our method of don: t business. A cash policy ...

3-6262 MadisonGreyhoimdRa embroidered eyelet organdy with elected were Mrs. A P Edgerly, carload baying, and volume selling make WHOLESALE- .,,.
J B Davis, cochairman -
.. chairman Mn
.TIMiTa\JIiIiJiIiI\TaJiIiI\JiIiII \ I ; available YOU. -
pink polished cotton cummerbund prices
; )trI V M Folsom, secretary
She wore pink pearls, '''white gloves Mrs C L Geiger treasurer Mn J,Jtfewman .

: and clear pumps.r : social service; MissBeatrice 210 lb. Asphalt Shingles HiiSq.i 5:75 r I.. ,'

Five hundred talented teenagers Griffin leather, Mrs Pat t.. .,..... .
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In Ful Swiac gathered oh I FSU campus 7last week MnJ 15 30 Ib. Felt 1.95 IIIIH. '. '
Mtiltnor, assistant teacher, and or :- 4droll ..
S to.,share.. their. Ideas. ',". B' DAVH. spiritual life. Plans for t" :: w''%, *
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;grejiiound xacuig: season Is'in full BIBLE PRESENTED The hostess assisted by )Alva Griffin } "; A

swing in North Florida .with the served sandwiches, cookies and a rtb
opening of the Jefferson County The Pioneer Youth Class of the II'Iced drinks. f Porch Columns Flats = '. 4.95 4
Kennel Club at Monticello, Fla. : Presbyterian church haS presented a r : '- .
5 Pilot Yet, owned by Mn Marie Bible to the church library In memory ,: I I *
Kirk, got a head start*'on other of Nat Norfleet who ,died Billy Welch, Mn C E Russell 4x9x1-2 Celotex Sheathing m63.00 H .',
leading rivals for season honon by i earlier this year when only a Albert Davis, Mn F A Argen- ,r MNi

winning .the second annual Jefferson young- man. bright, Mliscs Francine Millinor I Pressure Treated Fence Post .35 .,...
County Inaugural and Mary Jewel Tbochton. Mn L C .
Weighing in at 64 pounds. Pilot PUBLIC NOTICE} !
Bruner and Jimmy Busby are : .
Vet will not be a three-year-old 939 Field Fence 16.95 S
among those enrolled in summer ,
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until October and is expected to '.
have his finest season. Trainer Brides may register China, school at FSU.GUARANTEED. ,
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Charles Kirk broke this fine star Crystal and Silver pattern here. I- Barbed Wire = 6.35
in at Palm Beach and he is now in I. No Obligation for you or your : ,. MUFFLERS _
the peak of condition. family to Buy Before or After < '
]344 Fence 22.99
More than 3,000 fans saw the The Wedding. FOR THE LIFE I .r.rr
first big Week end'of racing at .,.. r
Monticello and the track has :now OF YOUR CAR ,I ..
I Store Hours: Monday Through Friday 7:30 a, m. to 6:80; : >v a

gone on a full time schedule of Saturday, 7:30 a, m, to 12:30 p. m. .f '. .< '
GARAGE
racing Monday through Saturday )flcWHJAMS a
night at 8:15 o'clock; and on Saturday _
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afternoon at 2:15 o'clock. ---- y- .. t .
arc admitted free on Thursday

nights. No minors .are allowed and. 1
the track is closed 09 Sundays \, ? e
Jefferson Kennel h e
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DIVIDENDSON'JUNE, P I D:SEMI.ANNU ALL X "Ii
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.,.: i_ DIVIDEt lIOJf.TUEsVED r 9 AM TO 4 PM 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA. .A.

:r:< .... THURSDAYS. AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON i
The Friendly Association _
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\ CEDAR ISLAND : 11.30 JUNE : Birthday v 1 i J


Mrs Sam Breeden and Mn

,5,000 Feet of Gulf Sbrefoe 4200 Feet I Harris ternoon were at the hostesses Brady Sunday residence af I a ,

honoring Mrs J A Brady on her!

Paved Road Frontage ttWttttWB ESTHER*W WILLIAMS SNOOTVK A Tf SOTCFERNANDO ninetieth The rooms birthday where anniversary.the honoree recehred -I A Af

ttCY s I4t I tS flowers her guests were filled with.
and
gifts
attesting to
Cedar Island, the newest of the Taylor County Gulf LAMAS, TOO.!). love and esteem In whfch she the is f
communities, invites you to join them, in .Iun bathing, TIPS ON held Still maintaining her faculties ...
swimming boating, water skiing, :fishing or just Ipmn "WEIGHT COOKING FOR Mrs Brady It an Inspiration to her '
around living the good life. Engineering and planning WATCHERS"I demoted family and friends. She Is
by Flood, Wilson and Associates of Jacksonville, Moor- I a ffe.long resident of Madison
head Engineering Company of Ocala and Phillips and by AlmoQ Zlppcrer County and was the former Miss :
Associates of Perry produced at Cedar Island a happy Home Demonstration Agent Leona Josephine Newsome. Haying
--- lost her three children: in Infancy .'
natural and modern
blend of beauty conveniences.
her affections
Any weight watchers in your were transferred to
REA electricity and fresh water are available to family nieces and nephews, three generatiora .

all lots. Thg
canal and beach privileges and the few restrictions are I help by planning and preparing The.. .dining. table.. lest- -covered- witha ....
for your protection. foods to cut calories. oinnoay cwtn and held the punch
bowl encircled with lavender mums TALLAHASSEE; June .
9-Pretty mad
Here are tome suggestions: togs they themselves were
GULF FRONT LOTS averaging about 60 x 115 Use non-fat dry milk solids for and fern at one end and at the modeled June 9 by 4-H girls at a dress revue at Florida State
feet are from $2,500. to $ ,OOO. with 1000. down pay cooking. Reconstituted dry milk other stood a lovely green and white University where 500 are attending a week-long short course. The
nt. CANAL LOTS from $850 to $1,450 with $100 birthday cake embossed with the girls the
m are i solids heated and combined withvegetable numerals 90th. Dainty floweixleco- modeling dresses of their own manufacture are all county ,
down and LARGE WOODED GULF VIEW LOTS from dress
revue winners.
Left
to
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rated are Thomas
liquors are good in soupc. cakes and punch were served. of Mayo
$795 to $1,400. Deferred payments extended. over three Keep desserts simple. Serve fresh Assisting: Mrs Breeden In entertaining modeling a white sheath with a flocked nylon overskirt Nancy I
years and, if you insist, cash will be. accepted. Title fruit or 'canned and frozen fruits were her sisters Mrs H Jo Cochran of Jacksonville modeling a silk shantung Sunday dress
insurance is available if required. packed In water or juice-cot syrup. Shaffer of Quitznan and Mrs Lewis and Letoy Ragans of Madison In a semi-formal of embroideredwhite

We are happy to become one of the growing beach Roast or oven or pan. roU meats, of Welch MadIson and and Mr\fi-t Welch T tt..1't'tL and 'UI family.... organdy
communities of Keaton Beach, Dark Island and Ezell poultry and fish instead of frying: Irene and- nuna"N;;
Beach. Luckily too, we have nearby that Toast of the in fat Avoid "breading" and use of George Hendry and Mn W B I s+ooooccw. c ;:: Presbyterian Circle No 3 metMonday f
Gold Coast Johnny Knight's[ the Howell Cafe, the Ezell egg batten on foods. Trim extra fat Davis Jr.Other VALDOSTA FEDERAL with Mrs B M William .
Cafe, the Howard Cafe and the Perry Mercury Marina. from the meat nieces and nephews here' INTEREST. with twelve members and the president
'Lovely and picturesque! Steinhatchee U only 12 minutes Serve salad materials plain-or use for the occasion were Mrs Leroy ttrA jJ"N Mrs J M DuRant, attending. !
away. For a relaxed and longer life, come down and ow-calories seasonings or salad Jackson and daughter Karen of Mrs Henry Ragans was Bible
join us.' After all, Old Boy, you have only one life to dressings. These can be made with Starke Greg Shaffer of QuJtm n. Dr and. Mrs live and definitely. the best spot to spend it is CEDAR tomato juice, herbs and lemon juice. Mr and Mrs C B Finch and Mr two sons of tllla :burg, Va, spent the Body, and Mrs Beasley Cole
and Mrs J B .Finch and son of
ISLAND. vinegar Jacksonville. Nieces who could not the weekend with Mrs Canham'sfather gave the General Fund agencies
) Prepare food without added fat,' be here are Mrs W B McGInnls of Broadus Willoughby. Dr program Cookies, sandwiches and
Box 167Phone MARY LOUISE UNDSEYBEN sugar, or flour whenever possible. Greensboro. Ga. and Mn Edna Canham will attend'special coursesIn punch were served by the hostess.

Tempt appetites with herbs and Smith of, Fargo Ga. North Carolina and Oak. Ridge,. 265 ',
(l LINDSBY spices instead of rich seasonings, (Mrs Brady was. gowned In a Tenn this summer, while Mrs Canham Dr and Mrs T G Bouland and
Perry, F10ridaIIOSPITlL sauces, and. gravies. blue and purple chiffon voile and and the boys wilt remain here children left .Friday for Miami
Serve low-calories items for nibbling wore a purple orchid corsage.
with Mr
Willoughby.
Beach where Dr Bouland Is
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Sixty-five guests called to offer *
or appetizer Try celery, cabbage
----- wedges, congratulations and best wishes on BUSINESS. THE E-R. ending the American. Medical Con-
carrot sticks, or I
this happy occasion. OUR BUSINESS Is helping TOUR vention.
other low-calories :
\ NEWSAdmitted vegetables or
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'Koon, II G Medlin, Mrs Ina Pert HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. potato chips, oil, pastries, rich '.
Mrs Myrtle Herndon, bin Effie salad dressing; sweet foods, suchas 1t'i i :;; ; /

Powell,. Mrs Arrie Bell Daughtry. cakes and cookies; rich puddings 1 '
Mrs C A Langford, Mrs Bonnie candies, fountain drinks and \0 1'

Rutherford. Mrs Eunice Blanton,. DR BECK INSTALLED LIONS' sundaes, carbonated drinks; and \ \) 1. 1
Mrs Bessie Greenstein, Sam McKln- PRESIDENT AT LADIES' NIGHT starchy foods; such as macaroni
ney, Mrs Edna Matheny Miss Add- r dry peas and beans.

la Williamson. Annual Lions' Club ladies night COUNT THOSE SNACKSIf

I Discharged: Mrs Catherine Han and installation of officers was held you're weight watcher, be .
, cock, Alton L Slngletary, Lester Friday at the Madison Restaurant. sure to moment those between-meal '

Curry, Curtis Koon, Mrs Alma The new officers are: President, snacks They'll throw your daily America's line!I. .
Holt, Roger Grimsley, Peter P Dr. Oscar Beck; secretary. Bob Lay food intake way off If you ..don'tthi : 2' .. ...in Iowest-pricedfull.pickup ki .
Wynn, Mrs Ina Pert Mrs A
Mae Rye, Directors, Horace Williams and count lrt !
Mn Pearl McCullough, Hardy Richard Brockman; Treasurer L C Most of the* favorite "knack" .
Wynn Mrs Myrtle Jlerndon and Bruner; Tall Twister, Al Ftorf; foods art feign in calories. Here art 1."j i
Mrs Eunice Blanton and baby. Lion Tamer, Klrby Rekl rnaar.'Dr I tome rich examples r, ,.. 1
ABY BLANTON seven large potato chips.110 calories i
Beck in taking over the gavel responded I ... ar.rsa.e- ......-....... .................... .
Mr and Mn Grover C Blanton ,one average doughnut 120 calories J i$3S
with/' humorous talk that mitt Lass tNs..t1H"L S. Bat to tl...t aS ... .. ; '.
announce the birth of a baby boy, brought down the bouse. eight ounce carbonated beverage.- f. ''I'" "
Jane 12. He weighed 9 ttw and President Rudy Kaznrtdc called 100 calories .,. x" .:I

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".I. ., JV BABY MATH EN V past District Governor F E Haugb- 350 calories .' i. ................ M '-' **."...
i:' M* and Mrs Mahlon Matheny an.: ton to introduce District! Governor If the :three Halt. A 'day 'wont =tt 1*' Lass teas "'t '*4 a$3i. ;S y

;' :. Bounce Jthe birth of a daughter elect Reuben Orr of Pensacola who hold you OtheD ,add a snack r- .' #", ..
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METHODIST VACATION '.:'. .' .
J .; COLORED PATIENTS was also Introduced.< .
t Admitted: Johnny Washington Visitors attending were Miss Arm CHURCH SCHOOL ; : ANoil.JltO ; .

J ante Lee Wilson, Richard Gregory, Folsom, Mr and Mn Waring Wyche F con Piclf '
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Classes FORD
began Monday NEW
Susie Perry, Leola Mays baby Jr. Mrs H D Roberts and Mr and morning n. .
Sallie Mae cave Lilla Waites. Mrs Griffin Bishop. Miss Folsom for the Methodist" Vacation Bible ..to .J" J ., ,>JT t. .
I School aa>I".gl continue; th rot:gliFdda r 3
Discharged: Brenda Jones and 'sang two lovely numbers, accompanied ;rMrs ftm w ft 30 lit.s Mr ptoi i *Cggy mKt

/ baby girt, Leola Mars and baby;' at .the piano by Mrs Dale C W fliers is acting director

W, girl Johnny Washington.. Born to Leslie. assisted by Mrs .
Evils.Tayloras a tBMtfctM tai' rllna
Laota Mays a baby girl, June 8.| The tpeaker table held a bowl assistant director. Teachers ire .W ,.w. to .
Silo weighed 5 Ibs and 15 ozs. .',of summer flowers In yellow and Mn Bal Cave Mn Charles Hem- sera ... M&r {...*- }
white the ladles found at 'their Rile ptehp-t.A Wee
4 and bree, Mn Robert Andrews, Mn ,.. ....,.. aori w c- I
Mr and Mn C C Matheny and places carnation corsage stop gifts Nat Korfleet, Mn J B Davis >Jr, ......"t

three children Janet, Nancy and of attractive, china and milk glassflower Mn E P Sanders Jr,.Mr* Tikkn B% ***** V.t flw m- r.w.pdsy.pl.ay
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Tommy spent Sunday In Gainesville, cxmtaincri and ash trays.A l e tr s beh.r {' .+ .
Norris Mn Cart Sewell Mn Paul
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delicious buffet menu of baked Tk.a e* -- \
t 1 guests of M r and Mn M B,Mathe- Touchton and Mn Jeff Hargrave e&ndle--tel.r.. : '
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and ham, variety of appetizen '
n Y. '> turkey car.TWn a..pfcftap De itTRUCKS
-S and salads hot rolls, Hiss Cathy Cornelius arrived -IwICJlewt.p! :,
with whipped cream, tea p ... I
cherry: pie
DFFLERS home last #om
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LIFE College, and is vacationing this .
; GUARANTEED FOR THE "
.. Mr and Mn James Pope Cheney week with her parenCs;'Yitr'i a' '
4 OF YOUR CAR! MOTOR CO.
and two children, of Gainesville; Bards Cornelius, She win enter the .1:
McWHIIAMS GARAGE spent: Sunday here guests of Mr University; of Florida next Tuesday
and Mn R E Co+Rart. for a summer course. CORNER BASE & HANCOCK, STREETS MADISON, FLA- I




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