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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 24, 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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VOL. LDC No. 43 Petum Postage Guaranteed tjasusr. JUNE 24th. % MaJfaon, Florid Price 1 ifo Yearly Subscription t $3.75 ; Delayed Renewals $4..00't

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By ,Rudy Hamrick-, County Agent I Miss Eva Retires I I DnYal Family GraduatesPictured I

Madison Count 's flue-cured to- .
bacco prospects were enhanced by
general rains which covered all the

County last week end and have r
continued since that .time. Ttysyear's Me
crop has ,been plagued by y- R
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early spring cold weather that resulted

in late planting, by several
severe hall storms in many'farts of a

the County, and by a six-weeks

drought from early May until' .Mid ...
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June Tobacco is noted for Ms
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fast recovery however, and this r I
4 crop will be no exception. Poundage
f will probably be light but good k
c i quality can still be expected,arty
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cured lugs have colored well gl
f Important details now include :Mrs Eva C Smith, teacher of above are Mr and MrsS l high school diplomas with Mr and .

regular dusting or spraying 'to, control literally hundreds of Madison Coun Eustace. Doral, of Rt 3, Madison Mrs DuVal are: Mrs Marian Carry
bisects' caution against harvest ty citizens, was given a standing b who on June 6 received their high Mr Clifford Corbin. Mr Elmer
ing green and immature leaves, and ovation by members of the Madison t school diplomas from Mr Griffin Fisher, Mrs Lora S Gibson and Mrs

proper curing. Grasshoppers are County Education Association In Bishop Superintendent of Public Susan Tibbals Hacking. Mr Jimmy
best controlled by using ENDRIN recognition of her thirtysevenyears w Instruction. The DuvaU son Du- Lamb also received his diploma by
end other good tobacco insecticidesare of faithful service to the 1 wyne. had been granted his diploma virtue of having made up some
effective against bud worms, children of the county and of the I jest a few minutes earUer as a deficient credit at Madison High
horn worms, army worms and other State of Florida. Shown above member of the graduating class of School. .
pests. Mrs Smith is receiving a token of Madison High School : The Adult Institute has been

In the event tobacco is harvestedon the esteem with which all other Mr and Mrs Duval are typical offering evening classes since the

the green side or where high members of the profession hold .. example of the other adult citizensof I fall term of 1953, providing opportunities .
rates of nitrogen has resulted in for her Mr J D Kaney, president of Madison County, who for various for further study to
rpnk growth coloring temperatures the county education association I reasons were prevented .from completed any adults. The 1960-1961 session

of '05 to, 100 degrees will be better made the presentation 5 a Nti the requirements for re- will begin early In September
than lower coloring temperatures. Miss Eva began her teaching in their youth and through study g'ing instruction in regular high
These slightly higher temperatureswill career In the summer of 1911 (remember In evening classes of the Madison school academic courses two evenIngs *
also prevent the development when the only schools County Adult Institute have completed per week. These courses are
k :tatned on .;a barn "of tobacco us* months and with only brief In ceiving- high school diploma. and in some cases special
; stall?b assures ;;$ good cure, especUyr -; tcrmisftions has been at it ever :RECEIVES HIGHEST AWARD from 'the University of Pennsyl-f Other adults who received their textbooks.
, ly If the ba.nJS well \oentUated.j. since. v.nla In 1923. and Trinity honor
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,.. .. Over two'fiundred Madison County I Dr John Blair Barmrell of Washfigton -, aI'Y..loctor of Sdeace degree in NEWS enjoyed* in Fellowship Hall
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h..l-"',- ," lT...ip wiSMiswered a questionnaire on .. \ ""' [ D C nationally known: for'|t I9S8 With the Veterans? Administratifcx lEE NOTES Mr" A E,Ra an* entered the local
their % **:bt an -ibfchmK:;date &AUt..GETS-- -YEAR* .PL-AQUE. hU work with the Veterans* Ad since 1946 he was appointed hospital Monday for a medical o.d'
r; for noflda Floe-cored "Ierltets., 1 --: ... ?i' ministration, received Saturday![t, c3iie medical?director for research check up. His many friends: hop

L These results_wUl be presented: to A handsome plaque recognizing June 11, the highest Trinity College and*education In 1950. and !Is still, Friends jot Staff Sgt Bobby John- he will} soon fie able' to return,
a meeting of the Florida 'FlueCuredTobacco 20 years of service to his commum- I alumnus award the Dgenbrodt attire la the work.. He belongs to oo"Viil be interested to know be home. .
Advisory Committee in ty bar been awarded to J J hale ,Trophy which is presented each many professional: aodeties, 'f ;
r Is' oh an Island off the coast of Mr and'Mrs D E McCall 'aad
Live Oak today', June 24. Jr. owner of the Western Auto year to an outstanding alumnus.]|I The award, a silver cup was
' One half of the farmers suggested Associate Store Here. I Tb* presentation was made in fitting -I placed in the Library of History(kI Korea for one year for Isolation Mr Oliver McCall of Live .Oak

the July 28th date, one The walnut and bronze wall j ceremonies during a crowded Science room at Trinity in memorial j I Duty. Bobby is in his eighth year were visiting friends here Thursday -
fourth preferred August :and most plaque, engraved with his name. was week end Commencement schedule I In the Air Force. lIe will be at a afternoon. '
Present at the ceremonies were
I
\, of the rest want the market to forwarded from Western Auto Sup.I at Hartford, Conn. I i big brother, Frank L Barnwell and:I small Radar site on a small Island Mr and Mrs Walter Williams r "

open, July 21. ply Company's general offices In J Ronald Regnier. dace of 1330,' Mrs Barnwell of Blairstown N J.': near Oran Korea. His wife will and son of South Carolina and Mr
1 l- of the Kansas City, Mo. and presented : Hartford lawyer chairman of
the
Hugh Smothers operator and his sister and husband Mr and I I remain. at their home at Edwards and lfrsV Williams of Madison
"Madison County Tobacco Market through the firm's division offices Board of Fellows and reunion chair-:
Mrs Thomas Cook Brown of Buffalo,I i Air Force Base, Edwards were luncheon guests Sunday of Mr
CaJUor-1
he will arrive In Madison next which serve this area. nun, presented the trophy to DrBarnarlL
says Vktek and will remain here until Recognition of community service / N Y. I'I nia, Bobby is the son of \ and Mrs R Rowe.

the Market closes In August. by local Western Auto Associate Dr Barvw ell of Trinit/i Class of1 i Mrs Fred A Hardee, of : Johnson, and the late Mr Mitchell I Mr and Mrs Billy McMullen :and .

--- store owners is given by the,.1917. received his M. D. degree is Dr Bannretrs sur.IRegistratiiD .r3dIson.l'Johnson. son Teddy of Jacksonville eame

company at me-year Interval The Mrs \V M Johnsen and Mrs Patricia for a week end visit with relativesand

HOSPITAL l NEWS honor indicates the dealer has completed Blair Reunion ) for NFJC Hammond had as guests over friends.

a specified period of outstanding the week erd Mr and Mrs John F Mrs Eunice Bell and girls wentto

merchandising service to Johnson and children. Robert and Tampa. Lakeland and St Petersburg -
l his and ;Summer Program I
Jessie customers community.The -
, Admitted: Thomas Oxendlne r :Dianne of Jacksonville and Mr for a few days' visit with
Western Auto Associate A reunion of
the Blair descendants
' H Sullivan Merton Pickles, Mrs ri and Mrs Richard Rivers of G 'te.1 friends and relatives.
-' Jordon Mrs store here Is one of more than. was held SundayrJune 19. at 1,Extended : They were
L Bernice Brown, Sidney the Cove Springs accompanied home by
I 4,000 home-owned and operated Suwannee River Slate Park her.son
f 1. 'Helen Agnew, W S Stewart, Arthur retail stores and agencies throughout I with 160 attending. Both FTorUi Mr and ltnVUliam Downing of Eugene and family. Mr James Bell

Kagins, Mrs Luvcnla Barn, Mrs the U S, Including: Alaska and and Georgia were well representedIn The registration date for students Pinetta came Sunday for a visits I and family of Savannah came for

Helen Barker. I. Hawaii The store distributes Western I desiring to attend the 1960 summer !'1th their mother, Mrs Pearl Mc- a few day's visit .
Discharged: Mrs Aerie Belle Auto's nationally advertised During the noon hour a bountiful session at North' Florida JuniorCollege Cullougb I Mr and Mrs: H L Stokes of Lakeland
Daughtry, Mrs Bonnie Rutherford 1 company-owned and other national picnic basket dinner was served. Mr and Mrs Edmund Johnson and
has been extended until 8 [ are here for a two weeks'visit
S D Medlln James Rowland Miss( brands in this trade 'area. The It was decided to make this an daughters Anne ard Robbie, of
24 : with Mr and Mrs Franklin
Friday. June to
am according
similar dealerships, annual affair and officers
serves '
Mrs Della company were
Williamson,
week end of
Adella Live
Oak were guests
and In Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Guam. elected as follows: A J Hargrove, Registrar. Classes Stokes
Umgford Mrs Edna Matheny H The dealer program, started in I,I President-Bernlce Warner LireOak. will run for six weeks, five days Mr and Mrs John HowleV and family Mr and Mrs R W. McMullen

baby girl Sidney Jordon, Jessie 1935, will account for more than' Vice Pres.-E. S. Blair Sr each week and will terminate July of Holly Hill Florida. .went over to Hosford Saturday
Sullivan, Mrs Helen Agner and I hat of the company's quarter bIllion ]I Monticdlo. Sfc-Treaa.-n W 0 29. Mr and Mrs Hubert Rowe and 'afternoon to visit their son. Rev

. baby girl, Merton Pickles and. Mrs dollar &alesolume this year Blair Qultman. As*. Sec-Treas Courses offered daring the summer three children of Sanford came fora Curtis )McMullen and children.

::I Bessie Mathte. Western Auto Supply Companywas Mrs R J Blair. )Madison.! session !include the following: week end visit with Mr and Mrs Mrs II J Brown entered the local

BABY AQNER started In 1009 as a mall order Fundamentals History and Appreciation R Rowe. hospital Thursday. Late reports
Mr and Mrs Joe Dean"Agner announce firm in Kansas City to supply and Howard Williams of
I Mr Mrs were that she was doing nicely.
Mrs Alex H Wade has returned of Muse Western Civilization
with SUCh
.. Model tt Ford owners
the birth of a baby girl for
. 'I accessories as windshields, tops I to her home In Madison after'(History 101), Communication Gainesville came Saturday a Her friends are glad to hear this.

June 17, 1960. She weighed 7 IDS I I spare tires, and tall lights. Total i iI spending a week with her sister In Skills (English 102), World Geography visit with the R L Wffliamses. I Mr and Mrs George Wheeler and
.; and 3 ozs.v Mr and Mrs Boyce Faulkner of ,daughters of Atlanta are here for
v I imestment of the founder Geor1eI I Atlanta Ga who: has beea quite Ill and Intermediate Algebra. The .
Deceased, Mrs Effle PowelL was S3 Cover SCud Bo" Faulkner of a two weeks' visit with Mr and
Pcpperdine, a bookkeeper several months. Friends of MaVale cost for each course is 3800.
COLORED PATIENTS I fur postage stamps to mall the \ will be happy to learn that Rock Hill S C, were recent visitors Mrs Franklin Stokes.
Admitted; James Rowland Cor- sales circulars which he had obtained of Mr and Mrs Bob Adam
her sister Is much better and with VISITOR COMPLIMENTED
wlla Atkins Agnes Henderson John on credit. The company: now her Mrs Mollie Curington OrreU Cur- n Mr. Petree Plagued i.
maid at her side she can nowwalk ;
Givens, Waymon: Franklin HosesMcCry. operates more than 400 of Its own several' blocks each Ute afternoon }(rJ" Charles Fleming entertained Ington and Mrs Mary Nolle of'
Luella Hampton. stores and has gradually expandedits Plant City were also their guestsfor
few friends and former
merchandise lines to include for exercise. a acquaintances :By Garbage In Yard
Mae Cave
,
Discharged: Sally ,, more than 14.000 Items in sporting of her house guest Mrs. a few days.
Cornelia :Alkins. John Givens, Susie Mrs Marie C Park'.accompanJed:
Frank Fleming of Abbeville S
Hender goods: bicycles and Awheel loyt BREAKING AND ENTERING c.1 r Mr C E Petree of Cherry Lake
for Tallahassee
Agnes as
Perry, Janle Wilson, paint radios and television, lawn at a coffee Thursday afternoon the Carroll Dickies as i requested the E-R to make a little
NashvDle. Mrs
son.Deceased and garden equipment, appliances In the aeries of breaking andentfti.Ac her Lakeside home. Mrs FlemingSr enroute to 'note about his wishes that no more
k Richard Gregory housewares. toys and auto parts. and thefts of the put is the former Miss Lob. Under Park visited the Phillip Dickies and 'garbage be dumped in front of

; .. """ week reported by local officers wto resided here in the ISMTs. the WllJers at North Shore Plan- 'his house or. Inside his yard Onlya

. NEW DENTIST ARRIVES Mr and Mrs C W Caatejr have were those of C P KeQyf office' Guests enjoyed Informal chat and taUoo before returning home. few days ago; stated Mr Petree,

l 'returned front spending! last weekat ju>4 safe at Weston, and the American were served cold drinks. coffee and Mr and Mrs Louis Searcy have I. a Laker dumped a considerable
light refreshment Mrs some relatives from Indiana as .amount of malodorous garbageIn
Lesion Fleming
Dr and Mrs T H Calm arrived Jacksonville Beach. They were Bow and inside his
! Tuesday from their wedding joined there by their daughter Mrs Deputy Sheriff Porter said the Sr left Saturday for AbbcvUMlMr guests for a few days front of his home maIl
fence. A batch of personal
1, trip in >Florida to make Madison Larry O'Steen and child of Jack safe In Mr Kell/s office had been Rev and Mrs L E Denslow and accompanied the tossed garbage.Mr .
their home. Dr Callahan a 'recent 1Oa\111e. for the time. Friends win opened with a crowbar and axe and Mr Frank Graham and daughter. Mitt Bertha arrived here : Petree will gladly refrain

graduateof the School of Dentistry be interested to know that the Her Ttre were no valuable In the three children, of Tampa are here last Thursday night to assume his :from dumping his garbage on your

at Emory University, will tate over Larry OSteen returned to his safe. except papers: which" ware this week for a several the dental #Rc* of Dr R E Watson was ,left tetacL a17C' fcL with.'the.' famines ofatnd Mr gl 4p* He tiled Ms first ifPRJ5 *111 f t'it very .much if. you > +t retrainfrom *
who bu' 1.tPr..wad's v Ca11a- dwae..tv Seonett |M< TbL) Legion Home>:Jiw; .j conteered Benjaminjjlitevi ruedlllrs the close, ofthe evening throwing garbage
Dr At you
.NoeeltMIiteont ; church at the 'recent: 'Conf cfe earr through winder. Sunday '
4 rem are fat. "'1 : a No *"" *"
his
i Rosen iOckier. aerwas land. _
fellowship on
arpresent. "i; 1 'OVJ session* at Lakeland. had been temotet 1 ; service a ,





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TWO THE DfTERPRISEJlEOOBDER, KAD190K, FLORIDA FRIDAY JUNE 24th, '19GU t:t
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Public hslractiii; FLORIDA<< WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK ei1l I II


j. June-1, 1960, % CKoWYewR (U J witvuFEiswEaLrH HOI dRD 1
The Board met in regular section 1 E
on the above date with the LoRiP WiLV RE5EARQ/8Y6AMG6FISH
N 1955 KEVEAl.EDnlATrilEANNlNIL
following member present: Messrs 6101.tX1iT5 i A.C.HAIVE51"OF LUlllbel' yvu
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Marcus Cherry, W H Bailey. R R Q FQa 6Le6S WA9 mipTa7n "
Dugan and T P McLcod. Absent: / S-A CATlHr1Ll.1oN 1 7lrr Nu 3 sae 7i
o Mr Alex-H Smith. The meeting ne'e HOMELS i 000 fiIN FROGSl
was called to order, by the chairman O LITHE 9 / U4l.lJS REV JOHN COLLINS, of a MrwyocesacF
AT'nIAr.
Mr Dujran and opened with
WAS; f J.25 Pol.Kf/} Lake do you read the Fisherman's
prayer by Mr Cherry. TIME ..
Bids for construction Of the MILLION .. WHICH 1iJZSiDOOAY / :iia .gyn. Calendar? +,,w
Science "Building at Suwannee River $
Junior College were canvassed as DOLLAR
follows: "- -vacuE OF Fe 0 s CAP7U&PFOB.
Contractor: B F M, Inc. Bain LEGS SRTCrNOT/nrtuDED COBLE'S fiSHERMAN'S "CALE DAR
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Base bid $89,980 add alt. "A
Bridge, ,4 POI nil WDK JUNI2& THIU JUlY 3
$3492; add or deduct unit PR $3.00; AV AG fi=g

odd alt B $3275; deduct alt C 6 ,waves eewo r.. r" t,.. Drt, "T... WM. nor lite ...w
$3179: ; deduct alt D (a) $1835; deduct : M .

alt E $7311. II'i ._ \ P SUN I MON TUE WED THU I FRI SAT SUN ,
Contractor M E Elktni Co. Jacksonvllle GY 26 21 L 28 I 29 I 30 1 t 1 2 i 3 ,
base bid $103,400 add all Ma )e t8
:A $4730; .add or deduct unit PR R 3:0-4 320 .:36 6:21. 6:06: 657 7:41 8:3-2
$.16: add alt B $6930' deduct alt \ PM PM PAt PM PM PM PM Pit
C $3775; deduct alt D (a) $5350;
deduct alt D (b) $754; deduct alt
E. $3361. rhe r v Elbclctr the Fhh B.tt.r the" Day for Fishing

., Contractor Albritton Willloms r ,
base bid $89,400 add alt A $2600: I .
add or deduct unit PR $2.90; add I'' .
alt B $4400; deduct alt C $2400; ,
deduct alt D (a) $3700; deductalt FOUNDN lBULLFR0G / HO WARD jTUDSTILL
D (b) $475; deduct alt E 8000. FR6SN WArERsrdau
Contractor H & H Construction urFto, pA .

base bid $90,400; add alt A $2625; PLORIPA GAME AND FRCffH WATER FISH GOMM1SSfON.a
add or deduct unit PR $2.90; add
alt B $4300; deduct alt C $2700;
deduct alt D (a) $3500; deduct CX> ON SMALL AND BIG REPAIR JOBS. Lumber company

alt D (b) $3050; deduct alt E
$7800. REMODELING AND REPAINTING, & NEW: CONSTRUCTION'.

After ,a tabulation of the bids the .. 1-ET US HELP YOU ARRANGE FINANCING. Mad if on,
Board awarded the contract to Al- .' .FIIOlfe zt\ HU 3-6106 ,
bnitton-Willianu Company;, Ttflfahassee I

Florida, in the amount of
$81,600 which includes alternates -
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"A", "C", and "E", upon motion I -
by Mr McLeod, seconded by Mr school program. The committee Transfer was approved! as recommended i SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT
Cherry and carried. All other bids I was highly pleased with the evidence upon motion by Mr I Mrs Hoyt WainwrigM and Mrs
were rejected of a fine staff doing an excellent Bailey, seconded by Mr McLeod Briggs-Stratton Motors, parts William Oliver honored Miss Su NEED
i Mr Mack Primm, coach at Mad! job In Instruction under severe and passed. and service. I Ellen Seals with a bridal shower
SOn High School appeared before physical handicaps. We feel sure The following resignations were I Friday afternoon at the Wainwright -
the Board and requested the Board, that the county administration b received and accepted by the Board HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. I home, with twenty guests FURNITURE?
to consider additional supplement doing all it can within its power! upon motion by Mr McLeod. seconded attending i
for the coach at Madison High to improve the school situation by Mr Cherry and passed: After the group was entertained
School; Action on this request was, There are some improvements in ELcada Jackson' Gladys James and with several games led by Mrs T Then See

deferred' upon motion by Mr Mc the school plant, however, which Woodard Vaught Mr and Mrs Larrie Cherry of Lee H Meeks, the honoree opened her
and must be Resignation of Mr 0 L Hollaway gifts assisted by her mother. Mrs
Leod, seconded by Mr Cherry made, in my opinion be returned home Tuesday night from
carried. fore renewal of accreditation Principal Lee Junior High School,. Orlando. They attended the State W B Seals, and her sister, Mrs C&IFURN.CO.Madison I
"was received and accepted by the Edward Kelley. .
> The Board reconsidered bids received be favorably considered by the Poultry Producer Association
Board upon motion by Mr Bailey, Refreshments were served buffet
on May 19, 1960 for
purchase State Committee You should Meeting June 21-22 in Orlando and
pay seconded by Mr Cherry and passed style and consisted of sandwiches,
of school bus units. The .
r attention to number ten reported enjoying the programs.Mr Fla.
on page The Secretary presented the following cup cakes, potato chips, nuts mints
secretary reported that Body Manufacturers two of ,
the committee report on Doyle Conner of Starke, Commissioner -
letter of and fruit
recotnmndaUon to punch.
had been contacted and school plant The items listed under of Agriculture elect was _
fill the
prindpaUblp of the Lee
requested to submit supplemental number ten were recommended in school guest speaker on Monday at breakfast .
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bids. However, no response was 1953 by the School Plant Survey May 30. 1960 Mr Lee Thompson of Talla- Mr and Mrs Jimmy Lamb were Want 1000 extra Green Stamps?
received. of Madison County. So far hassee acting Commissioner was of the Jack .
as the Board of Public supper guests : Wynns See HOWERTON'S General-Elec
The following awards were made committee could determine, nothing Madison County.Instructions Florida ; speaker at the barbecue Tuesday.I Monday night. r I trI, Ad.V .
lor school bus needs upon motion has 3 .....
been done to rectify!' the de- L
Board TuteesMadison .
of i
Speclal'Ta : : .
by Mr McLeod, seconded*by Mr fiden s. ) t
Bailey and carried: Florida' 4$ 4: I
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i You should write
a letter to J
Gentlemen i
F (1)4 Ford Chassis. FOB, Rich- 1
Dr C Lee Eggcrt, Chairman of the
ProYbiorJ'ot
mend, Indiana, at $2001.10 each- State Committee on Accreditation According- the -_ .. rw
Total $8004.40 section 230-33 (7) (c), /especfe c
before October lap 1960 telling him
4 48-Capadty Wayne Bodies, FOB, of your plans for the improvementof folly recommend the appointment of,
:Madison, Florida $2673 each-total these conditions. Mr Richard Brown to the posiUoh: .
It is
not
necessary
bf Supervising Principal t Lee
510,692 .
that the work be
completedby l
Cost of Chassis and Body Jtrnfer High School -
4674.10 each total $18,696.40. that October definite 15 but it U necessary Mr Brown has served! ? as a .: : .
have been
plans made
(2)) 2 GO-Capadty International' member of the teaching and coaching -
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it for taking care of the situation.
chassis staff in Madison County for
*: at 42546tt each. FOB
I feel sure that the State Committee -
Richmond, Indiana, total $5,092.10 the past six year*. He has done 4
;, 2 CO-Capaclty Wayne Bodies at situation will understand and will give your you financial all .I rood: job in this area and I am: I j :
$2960 each FOB, Madison, Florida, the happy to recommend him for a,
benefit of a doubt they can.
Total $5920. promotion in our county.

L r each Cost total of Chassis 11012.10& Body $5506.05:; At to the the of this Southern same committee time Regional it to fs recommend the Committee obligation -. work Xr at Brown Mississippi wHl Southern complete this hit I'.I v; ii' Come meet the star of your

f Total cost for 6 units, 2970850. summer for certification In i i1

j' :appraisal site The as Board reqoested on received the: Sirmans the following school tion be whether accredited.for continued or not Their accredition a school recommcnda-should must feeling our and administrative that Supervision.he will Joe staff.an AdminisI'traHoa assetto ,/ //1 FORD DEALERS e

be based upon the standards of
Respectfully submitted
Madison Florida
t the Southern Association and upon !H Griffin
May 25, 1960 Bishop SuperintendentA
.Mi Griffin Bishop Supt ..... provisions for meeting these stand motion was offered by Mr :

; Board of Public Instruction ards. Bailey seconded by Mr Cherry and TtMDING FAIR!
Madison Florida Sincerely. passed to appoint Mr Brown to
t. Dear Mr, Bishop: Is] John II Moorman Chairman position as recommended.

.r The undersigned committee on Evaluating CommitteeThe Mrs Mary Kent was recommendedfor hv

{ appraisal of the Sirmans school chairman conducted a discussion an mentary position at Lee / _

If. property, arrived at a price of of this report and the Board JuniorHigh School Motion was j/ 1-
5950.00. Indicated a desire to make every offen by Mr McLeod, seconded aauxc stnAN

It 1 Is] J H Hudson, Jim Tuten B R effort possible within the budget by Mr Bailey and passed to aPpoint
Italney. limitation to comply with deficiencies Mrs Kent to position as I

I, Mr Bailey offered a motion Instructing in the Madison High School recommended. a. J

the secretary to advert building. Pupil assignment applications ..,
Use for "Bids') for the sale of this Mr Bob Demon Voc-Ajj: teacher were reviewed and acted upon by rj jGrab
jft .. site. The motion was seconded by at the Pint Junior High School), the Board
,' Mr McLeod and carried. i was granted a personal leave to Financial statements for Grade

i The following report was received i Attend summer school at the University 1-12 and Junior GoHeees were reviewed roar partner aDd come arnnnia' ..: .- ... .
from Dr John H Moorman, .Chairman of Florida. by the Board. the bi guest moaey-.dDC event in town! ; -. .-.... .._
It), of.the Evaluation Committee: The following recommendation Bills? for the month were reviewed Were celebrating Ford' .ka success : No .
.< ,. .SCOT 3. 1960 was received from Mr Burch Cor'. and ordered paid. with terrific trade on 1960 Fords : W SHOWING :
ADd what can to sate on?Tale Ford' fl' ,Ja. : :
k. Mr Burch nelius Supervising Principal. Madison There being no further business, 1ft.
Cornelius. Principal : t rot
new rjing.! That gracefully sloping hood : "/ dl.p! :
l Madison High School High School 1: the Board adjourned. I not only set the trend for beauty but it let* : 'hrilllng p.rform ay 01 ;

: ., Madison, Florida .. May 3L 1960 ATTEST: t you ee the road 4>i feet closer to the car. : ass"hled en eVer ,
r Dear Mr Cornelius: Mr Griffin Bishop, Supt. GRIFFIN BISHOP Secretary I Step batde. The doorway "d< Je i* gone, i or Your tv" I
\ The visiting committee for the Board of Public Instruction, R R DUGAN, Chairman. so DO more tramped knee Its Fonf* famous ; and eJCdternnt' :
t evaluation of Madison Iflgh School Madison Florida \ &&- r.Peopk Comfort A* for performance / :
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I. decided that it is not within Its Dear Mr Bishop: Want lot on St'Ceorse:? island- ? TOO on ::1 take your pick from Ford v ftV.a.otS -..-_._.....,....................},(:
; recommend to the Board
authority to recommend either the I wish to
See '''Ad of H tradeD
G StdITHht, this Special Trading Fair allowance:
continued accreditation or the disaoaUauance that Mack Primm be promoted from paper. easy term! .............."., .."...=widwd .
of accreditation for assistant coach to head coach and
*r*fisan High( School. The commit- be employed on the twelve mouth J lOT WHO kIT TWCSI PUT SJHWttt I.tt% mrtft...t...... mast r.&4Z.

I Ire decided tnlt IWI U the function basis. -M JFFLfJS
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The recommendations presented the public and I feel that he will GUARANTEED FOR THE LIFE MOTOR CO.

f. fcy the evaluation committee must do an excellent job.Sincerely. OF YOUR CAR

t. be the censWered most part very there carefully.seems to For be Is] Burth Cornelia! Supervising cIIl1lAlS GAJACE( Comer Base it Hancock Streets, Madison Florida

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r .INCREASED DEMAND SEEN (reached a new high during 1959. IRENE STRAUGIITER
Termites Swarnwg? The loan volume of assoda Boris _.. '

J in North Carolina South Carolina,, Funeral services for Irene .,J'
CALL )ton CClio PCA Lends $13 Million Georgia and Florida totaled over., Straughter. who died Friday June ,:
The Montkello Production Credit $185 million in 1959. an increase ol 17, at her home west of Greenville :
IF IT'S NOT Association lent over $1.500,000 to more than 12 per cent over 1958 were held Sunday June 19 at Nebo -
BurkeExterminating 2CC farmers during the past 12 he said. church. Burial followed In the .
months and with the increased Based on the continuations of church cemetery. Tillman-James In .'
HKJRICOBSOLETE Co. demand in the area a larger loan the present trends officials of the charge.
volume is expected during the next Federal Intermediate Credit Bank RICHARD GREGORY

Phone 293-J Perry Florida )uzo. rot Columbia predicted that 1960 loan Funeral rites for Richard Gregory
.. Frank L Herrin of Gretna president f volume in the four state area would who died at the Madison County

.I of the Montkeilo Production: go over $2 O million and may Hospital, Tuesday morning Juno 14,
SISTER DIES IN PERRY I Association said the "indications pass the $300 million mark within were held from the Allen Chacl'AltE
are that present trends in agriculture five( years.J Church, Sunday June 19
Mrs Mamie H Beaity, age & I will coating With the high S Elam secretarytreasurerof with the Rev Hampton in charge
died at her home in Perry, Wednes |cost of operation, invest&xnts In the Monticello PCA. said thereis Burial followed in St. Mathis eeme- .
day. She was the sister of Mr Ola farm machinery larger operations a strong demand for intermediate- ter')' Tillman-James in charge.
Sanders; and a native of the Moselcy and new enterprise in some in term loans with maturity up to five
Hall Community. stances, add up to the need for years, which are particularly suited OUR BUSINESS is helpia YOUR
And the Smith-Corono Electric Portable Surviving besides her brother.Mr more capital on farms and "thatgenerally for the purchase of machinery: BUSINESS. THE E-R.
the world s fir si and only electric portcfbie Sanders isone sister Mrs W MLcterette means mere credit r I equipment, or additional livestock ----
Savannah, Ga Herrin, who attended the annualconlel"ftW needed to improve farm operations. G-E AppliancesHowerlon
Just o touch df the keys and electric of direct orr of produe- ,
Services were held at 3 p. m- Mr P S Canter Is a director of
laket over, turning out cl-or, ynifort credit associations in Daytona: I
power tin -
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print perfod results ev n for beginners J church at Perry, and burial was Bfich sa.d rrpcra at th p ronfercrce Supply Co.l:

and 'iwnt cp d peck" i ,oijts. Don't settle in Woodkwn. cemetery (Crated: tht t".e associations- fsr sale at Bcvls Grocery,
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IN ADDITION TO REGULAR STAMPS WITH PURCILVSE OK :
Week ending June 21st, 1960 --
GENEP\L ELECTRIC APPLIANCE FROM JUNE 24 -
Nax. Alin .U Brides may register China, ANY :
Wednesday 96 69 .00 Crystal and Silver patterns here. THROUGH JULY 2 ''' '
Thursday 97 71 .00 No Obligation for you or your '.. ''
Friday 8S G8 3.86 family to Buy Before .or After
Saturday 86 65 .40 The Wedding

Sunday m 68 m
:Monday .88 69 .1C

Tuesday ", 87 70 .72 WAYNE/W: M ..
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Total 6.11 -
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Rainfall week ending June 18th '
FINDING PEACE
at Gibson Tower 2.70 in, Loreit .' "
Tower 2.10 in. Audlla Tower 3.40 *Peace from God cannot come
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ht, Sinclair Tower 7.10 In, Madboti to a world walking in delinquencyand -
forestry headquarters 4.80 in. ungodliness said James W ... LIMITED TIME

7:41 Sun pm.Moon rises. June 24th. 5:32 am, sets Filson district supervisor of Je ..

sets June 24th 8:03 pm. hovah's Witnesses to an audienceof ., .
(Moon in constellation of Gemini 1,413 persons in attendance at price shown good for one week
June 24th. the meeting in Jacksonville BallPark

High tide June 24th at St. Marks Mr Filson spoke to the groupon /
Jfcht 2:45 pm.MAROONS I the subject "finding Peace in ; GENE.RAL ) ELECTRIC
this Troubled World."
CLOBBER YELLOWS I' Over eleven residents of 'Madison k
I > RANGE
. Short Stop Carroll Welch turned attended the convention in Jackson ,

Pitcher last Wednesday, June 13 I Mlle last weekend. The gathering THRIFTY 30" *
, fur the Lee' :Maroons clobbered the I one of a series conducted twiceyearly

Madison Yellows 8-2. i was attended by persons PUSHBUTTON
The Maroons led oft the bottom 1 from twenty-four congregations
half of their inning with two runs throughout; North Florida and South
when Mack Robbinson singled Larry .-
Georgia. 11 Hugh Hancock states .
Alderman was hit by a pitched ball
and Carroll Welch got on with a that in answer to the question; "4,
fielder's choice, forcing Robblnton "What may good-will persons do to .
at third. assure survival and to find peace: 6
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Alderman and Welch. "An accurate knowledge of the
Jerome Mercer struck out and
will of Cod is necessary; trusting
Jimmy Cherry filed out to end the! Him :
and keeping His command
inning. ]
ments that we might win His favor
The Maroons got fire( more runs
in the third from an array of wid protection" .
errors and singles. ; At the assembly on Saturday ASK ABOUT FREE ll-Pc COOKWARE SET

Another lone run came in the thirty persons were immersed as
fourth when Jimmy Cherry scored ministers of Jehovah's Witnesses.The ,

from first to home on errors by COftenUon"aI brought toa .. ,

the YeUowaInneld.. close by Mr Filson speaking on
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The YeUOacored their two the subject Throws .
"Perfect Love .
runs in the second and fifth;-vlnningt r 't l 1"
Fear John .
Outside. (1 4:18) '
on a sacrifice trey?bjrBobbx: Kinsey ;.; "; ... j -:- .
and errors by the Maroons Infield. ..
The Lee Maroons are now in I -MUFFLERS-
first place ahead by one game over

the Madison Yellows. GUARANTEED FOR THE LIFEOF
They will play the Madison Reds SOUTH DUVAL ST. .
YOUR CAR
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THREE HOSTESSES ENTERTAINThe : '
Tnten-Howell{ '
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Engagement Lakeside home t>f Mrs Jack

i the contents Wade was the setting Tuesday 1140 *
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of Ms Kome ererTf evening shower
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Mr and Mrs GUI Tuten announce complimenting William Stlefel
e jveferly lwiredlDsst't I I' the engagement and approaching a recent bride. Hostesses with Mrs : :.

marriage of their daughter, Miss! Wade were her daughter, Miss "', ,
Linda Sue Tutcn. to Julian Philip. Sissy Wade, and Mrs J 0 Wade. Yi
DU neglect the insurance on the values you hare in Howell, of "
son Mr and Mrs George I Arrangements of wild WILLIAMS '!j ,. i
your home.You have too big an investment at stake!Make] A Howell of Tallahaoee. Shasta daisies and blue flowers tXXUtSM MO SNOOnW Tf SNOW Jir .

tare you're covered. Call tip for a complete property Miss Tuten is a I960 graduateof used to decorate the hydrangeawere at CYPRESS GARDENS
Madison rooms --- '
insurance; cktckup.today. Mr Horll IUds was School graduated from where twenty-four guests were entertained !t (FERNANDO- LAbfJ1Sr TOO) .r

Quitman High in 1958 and is now Among the guests were, I
employed by the West Florida Mrs W B dark and Mn Van H f VALDOSTA FEDERAL pays 4%

MORROW DOTANCE-AGENCY Wholesale of Tallahassee.The ... Priest mother and grandmother of INTEREST. .. .' i 0 r
"' wedding will be on August the honorce. I -.! .,

108 W. Pinckney. Telephone HU 3-6250 ( 6 in the New Horn Baptist Crutch The hoooree received many from the hostesses. Delicious home ka
at 5.-OO
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p. In. reception win follow useful gifts. She received gifts of made cake,) sandwiches and lee .
on the church: lain
Krpl'Hhlttttl tRexltN...... a.IfA No invitations wit be sent but silver and china in her pattern' cream were served. .t

.. all friends and relatives are in. o
Mr and Mrs J E Revell of Clearwater vited. ,\> .. ,\
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spent the week end her with : .
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6.00 16 6 plyMansfield rtativc ATTENDS NEPHEYWtiGRADUATION
Mr and Mrs Hugh Linden and .; .'.*:'I...
Track son, Hugh Jr, of ..Jacksonville: r :. .h

ited Sunday with Mr and Mrs L ,F Mrs E E lladden has returned r,k .: 419 BASE ST.
Terry and Mr and Mrs Jesse Mooreof '
Pinetta. from Atlanta where she" attendedthe : '4:"').-: MADISON, FLA.I .
Tire $15J5 ft
I graduation of her nephew, :;

Lynn Hlgfcy from the Law Schoolat \ : .
plus tax & recappable tire CONSERVATION Emory University. Ills parents,

Dr and Mrs C C lligby of Qermont

Pnetta Garage (Ly 'L C JJruner Seined her for the trip. .Other relatives -

(Soil Conservation Service) who attended the graduationand We've :
Phone HU 3-2304, Ptoctla, Fla.4Hr. The Madison Soil Conservation accompanied Mrs 2Udden backto gotlowcost

District equipment completed the Madison for a visit were Mrs J

breaking and seeding of 80 acres to D Shaw and son- John of \Vahasso.I .. .
Pensacola bahla grass on the farm I, Mrs R D Harris of Gordtle, Ga, Butler :;* IP '"

OAK luLL NEWS of Mr J E Cottingham north of Mn B S Fun and Mrs J M Johnston ,

L Madison last week. The pasture was of Atlanta, :t'

seeded at the rate of 12 to 15 Shelters "
Mr & Mrs W I Reaves were hosts pounds of bahia grass seed per acre. VACATION CHURCH SCHOOL Utility
to the Heaves family! reunion "on
HAS PROGRAM
Jack
Adams who lives In the Southwest Mkt ,k
Father's Day honoring Mr I 'E
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corner of the county oa U S ...
Reaves. Eight of the nine children .. 3 ..
The Annual Methodist Vacation 't.
19 cross-seeded 60 acres to Pensa .N WIDTHS ","" t
and their families attended. MrsJ cola bahia planting 15 pounds per Church School presented its closing ''' ,i'

D Agner was unable to attend acre each crossing. A J Gay recently program Sunday evening In the Get the utility shelter that really docs fit your t' "
due to the birth of a baby girl Bible
sanctuary. Songs verses and!
seeded 15 of land to
acres steep needs. Choose from three Butler width.-Ur. ':
Debbie Jean Friday June 24. Five poems by the children skit of
bahla Jack Lawrence has seeded 30 be -
; 24 and 321 Standard 1HO" sections can
members and families attended services Martin Luther by; the Junior Department .
acres to bahia on his farm near assembled: to any length.
at Pinetta Baptist church. The! and solo Waiter
a by .
Macedonia church. AD holes pre-punched for fast erection with
bountiful dinner was spread on, a Cave constituted! the program of S
All pastures should be fertilized. simplest band tools. Corrugated steel sections
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table on the shady laws Mr Dean Animals thrive entertainment for life. One end is Sto MERCHANTSWITHFUf
according to the extent are galvanfcted longer open, '
Pay recorded the day with his A social hour.... enjoyed In ,
to which the soil! supplies the one closed.Easy to mount on skids or foundation ,
camera. Special guests were Rev essential elements to plants as feed. Fellowship Hall where there was a to fit every shelter need. .- 1- fv f-'? A-l PAC

and >lrs W L Wynn The day' was Past emphasis has been givens to display of hand crafts produced- by This is the lowest-cost way to put your equipment THIS COUFM.
thoroughly enjoyed by all the development of vegetation by the classes. Outstanding In the display and supplier under permanent re aafoe fe', I". Moa JUNC1 corfna

Mr and Mrs Don Kewbern and .crop species and tonnage yields, was a replica of the first : Drop in soon and price them. \ {c y s. ****

two children of Auburndale, here rather than by nutritive valnes. Methodist church complete with .

to attend the Reaves reunion, spent yet poor soils make poor feeds and dome, doors window and entrance, NOO SHtutSTOOt '. ;. .1.! \
Saturday night with Mr and Mrs unprofitable livestock. A depletion and distinguishable at. glance* U..& hf grwt.g ...... r.., toWLLiHILTOHCAVE It if" IIi,1! ,

Harold Sprenkle of Valdosta. of fertility in pastures is constantly This display was the work of the bar....tR t'.4.....M.ehr.....,.....,...' rM"" .. "_,:3".. f>';

Mr and Mrs J D Kewbern and under "'..y. Each pound of meat primaries directed by Mrs Frances' I! a..u.. 0.. ..... ...... eM ..... .
children returned to Auburndale each quart of milk remotes plant Sanders *j_I ; raa .., taw r a.ht.YA. :' 1 MERCHANTS i

Sunday after spending a wrtk\LJ lth food from soIL' -.-' 'i.. Punch and cookies wcjre| served.- Ie. .% 1 } i y with e FVMrsoi
her father I E Reaves. Whll here I 4 The materials used Lnjthe schc r
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they also visited Mrs Reba. Williams. BAPTIST CIRCLES will be sent to Cuba to ah7churth | '" ; i.t"" tgvaDyfrRS.q.ijwa..t b.depran.is .. ., ....$ THIS runic* COUP
mission to assist the Rev Ira Sherman ? com
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Mr and Mrs Dean Day and family WMU circles of First Baptist with the vacation school: here I + 't.o>'

Mr and Mrs J D Kewbern and Church will meet Monday June 27. There was an average daily at ...

family, Mr and Mrs Bill Fourakers Circle No, I, will meet with Mrs! tendance during the week of 69, I' t,

and Shirley, and Mr and Mrs R L A H Wade at 3:30 pm. No 2, with! with two directors and ten teachers. : ...

Grafton and family spent Thursday Mrs "H B DinJdns and Mrs R L '. Y 5MERCHANTS

at Jug Island. SimPson as co-hostess at Mrs Din- BaD
Play
Mr and Mrs G C Rodger of ins' home at 3:30 pm. : WITH PUHfa

Madison spent a sHort while with No 3, will meet with Mrs Jim Contact Coach Richardson at j, ncnfttote
Mr and Mrs R Terry and were Beggs at 10 a. m. SW 4-3533 or write him in Mayo i I .. I TOP
supper guests of Mr and Mrs L F BWC will picnic at .Suwannce any time if you are interested in i' ... THIS JUNE CCUPd 2;

'rcrr). River Park, Monday evening. an adult soft ball or baseball garnet t fin I*..***, coc
Mr and Mrs Frank Crafton and with Mayo. Games can be playedat NUJ-6616 Madison. Florida
VALDOSTA FEDERAL)'t4% night in Mayo or any place else'
children of Odessa enroute home .. .:..
INTEREST. i B team wishes _::" : :Jq i III; !If.' :il.l !It; :I .. I [011:MfI' l..j ::U't Uil.i'L :
After a vacation in Kentucky and -- --= --- 7'
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Tennessee spent several days herewith
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Mr and Mrs C C Crafton and 5MERCHANTS
RAMBLIN AROUND MADISON
other relatives. While away they '

visited Mrs Crafton's mother, Mrs WITH fU\\
Hattie Hughes in Chattanooga. 1/2 OALLAii

Mrs R C Taylor Mrs Jeanette HOW CAN I AFFORD .. ICE <
THIS COUPCJLJNC21
SgVE ON
Cheney and daughter Lynne of A NEW CAR AND A THEN I 80UGJfr YpU ; POa i>a COOiMERCHANTS

Jacksonville spent Saturday with (iAS,0- '..... ..,.
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Mr Olin Gramling of Lakeland -PAID AT LEAST $H7 LESS visited his sisters Mrs W T Everett, CUSiOM'BFATr

Mrs Harris Mcdeod Sr and sister- r ANY Oll-IER U.S. CAR j ,
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Ia-1aw, Mrs Viola Gramling the rt ALL CAMPACT
pun
past weekend. wt CARS IN MILES a02IN|
Mrs R P Buchanan accompaniedMr NIS

and Mrs Calvin Buchanan of ; PER GALLON IN i041 THIS) COUP

ClyaUville to Jacksonville Sunday L QTS OF ifm -,__ THE MOBILGAS tea UUNC cootMERCHANTS 2"

where they visited relatives.
ROOM FOR
Capt and Mrs Tom Pulliam and ECONOMY RUN!

two children arrived last Wednesday 7HE 6 OF us

from Indianapolis Ind, for a t ,

week's' visit with his mother Mrs

W C Pulliam and brother, Curtis. C

Mr and Mrs J L Davis had as wrm wR c

weekend visitors Mrs Johnny Defore ; apicoaOUMONO
and daughter Barbara of :Macon Ga C*
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Visiting them Sunday 'were Mr and
Mrs James Coleman of Valdosta. RAMBLER IS i i t c a

Visiting Mr and Mrs Talmage THETOPQUAUTYCAR1 :
Bland and other relatives for the

I past two weeks were their son, Mr I 4
Gene Bland and children of Panama I7, SO EASY 70
City They also attended the Cor- awr' q.c
IOOX SINGLE-UlVtT
bett family reunion in Georgia on HANDLE/DRIVING MERCHANTS CCwrTH
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Miss Edna Day is spending this OZ KR(

week in Valdosta, guest of Miss WHEAT
Barbara Reaves. e # SAYE AT LEAST -205* OM A STATION WAGON I, 7Hlst COi r

Is visiting Mrs ChM IoafM ira coo
Miss Doris Day -
.. Bin Fourakers this week 9 .... ..=a.wsp
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I Miss Dale Day is spending the ; f7OOM AMf1CIII. ...MAR..".1If."rw.,.,*M"'
i week with her cousins Brenda, and UMr M GYM u.s. car

i So y Reave of Lee. iwtri IMIn
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i Mr and Mrs Howard Coody and I

: Mr Lura Coody were among those: Cwxw

.attending the wedding Oils Joyce! VICKERS IMPLEMENT CO. 317 S. RANGE ST. RRc

I j, Sapp Cherry> and Lake Mr Baptist.Sid SaleSunday Church. at',:' IJ1C., ; r : .:.\.,? a iKoa maze PANCA

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xR w CIRCUS ORANGE DRINK 7s CARS QT 99c ROLL REG VALUE 35< 25c. away will be held in the ,. ;., ,

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t ENnA. MPS' 'CREAM' STYLE CORN CANS 303 C SPRINKLER 3-ARM A A=ER : Shopping Jacksonville Center on t SAl in : -


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rAGE SIX ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, ,MADISON, RIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 24th 1960 1
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Sap-SaIe Wedding Tell "em yw saw it H I Ste trie Want Ad.irOWERTOTS 1000 extra. Green General-EIee Stamps! I


Salemszed Sunday, ,. your Home Town Ga .1
Earl Tayjor. who Is a medical ,

.. student at Meharry University,. '
zette-Hie E-R I
June -25 -
Saturday
spent a few days at hi* home ken
DOUBLE FEATURE Miss Betty Joyce Sapp became
before leaving for San Francisco ; i
CARETS RANGERS, fltanin the bride of Lt Sam Sidney Sale If )"QUVant business NOW where he will be connectedVitb
James Garnet Venetia Stevenson of Wcstovcr Air Force Base. Mas,
ADVERTISE General
NOW _
LettermAn Hospital until the
'.1
America's daredevil rangers check a in a ceremony at the Cherry Lake "
ca's daredevil rangers check a Baptist church Sunday afternoon 24th INF. .DIV, GERMANY opening of the college In the fall, 1
terrific German onslaught in .ttal)'. June 19, at 330 o'clock. The Rev (AIrmC-Am17 Pvt Ben McGbec.is .:when he will be in his Senior )"Nr .. \

A true story of an historic moment Jerome Williams of Winter Haven a member of the 24th Infantry ,, 1 1I
by the toughest roughest outfit ever uncle of the bride, performed the DMrfon in Germany. McGhee a ----- ----- carefully '

to hit World War IL ceremony. A program of music rifleman In Company B of the division's For The Best QualityReUphoIstering I,
was given by Mrs Albert Gentry, 34th Infantry entered the I .
CIRCUS STARS, in Technicolor, organist and the Rev Virgil Lovctl, Army in Stptembn1959.. received! ,
starring outstanding circus artistsIn of WhIgham, Ca. soloist. lie sang basic training at Fort Denting; Ga'
trick riding, animal trainers, I Love You Truly and The Lords and arrived overseas last February.' giro I
ocrialists and clowns. Fun at the Prayer -- -- at the most reasonable prices <

circus for all the family in entertainment The bride parents are Mr and and ANYWHERE, d
that is universally understood Wiring Repair
Mrs J R Sapp of Cherry Lake Mt -1
The world- Sf
and
appreciated and Mrs Sam Sale of Cherry LaHe
famous USSR circus in action. Car are the parents of LL Sale Bryan Electric Co.I I .

toon. The bride! was given in marrtafe lAY
6cnday-Monday June 20, 27 b)' her father, and had as her Miss Sandra Howard, in AREA ,,,',

PLEASE DON'T EAT THE maid-of-honor Miss Rosalind Htttet! 'Training at Orange ) H&fneIj "

DAISIES in cinemascope and: anon Brldes.mald.'ft'e Hit lklenGrace JaI at .Offend,. ana ),1.. dro fcHcwd .
inetrocetor, starring Doris Day: Hutto of Madison and Mess el Jadaourttte speat e

David Niven. A Joyous fun-filled I Peggy Carter, of Jacksonville lr ml days vMtfoc their: parent,
comedy about a dramatic critic:witha cousin. :Mr and Mrs Norman IfowMtf atLee
big family Cartoon.TuesdayWednesday Mr Sale Sr, was Mt KM*'* best I test week .. "
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man. Ushers were John, Lee Sale
June 28, 29 -- ;
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and Albert WaWrcp .uncles .of the Wiaat a lot. on St, .George Isfetndl \'
DOUBLE FEATURE bridegroom.Miss See Ad of H G SMITH In this Call or Write I ,11.
THE RABBIT TRAP, startling Hutchinson wore a dress of .
Ernest Borgnine. Bethel Leslie mint green organdy over taffeta
paperMADISON MRS. C. M. PLANT ..
Caught in a trap of economic"survival and a matching bandeau.of net In TOBACCO .. --
he told his bow where to go her hair. She carried a colonial bouQuet .0 .' ,
and about it 415 S. lorry St., Madison ..-/..... "'
felt
good of yellow mums. :
The bridesmaids wore shnftar MARKET Bigger. and Phof I ill 3-6650
INSIDE THE MAFIA, starring
Elaine Edwards. gowns of light yellow organza over noun: 9 to 11, 12 to 3:30
Cameron Mitchell
laffeta. Their bandeau headdresseswere Better in 1969 VALDOSTA FEDERAL 4%I II G-E APPLIANCES
A true story of one of the nation'stop of the material of their gowns,: Representing pays
crime syndicates. The hush, and they carried colonial bouquets I SOUTHLAND. FUIU.1TUREi I INTEREST.Mr 0 KITCHEN CABINETS
hush story behind the black hand of yellow mums. E-R's for sale at Yellow Pine Cafe. i i I Ii I. COUNTER TOPS
of crime, but Mafia war tear BRIDE I WHOLESALE REUPHOLSTERINGBox i i
LOVELY i and Mrs Dart Wynn and fourboys !
cangland apart Cartoon. embroidered 1004 311 S. Forrest SI''
white CO'eredith lace cloth
The bride chose -: a over yellow '
>> of Naples and Mr Dewell I
Thursday-Friday, 'June 30, July 1 organdy over taffeta for her I satin and was centered with Phone CH 2-4970 J'Murphy of Bradenton spent the I

DOUBLE FEATURE I gown. The fitted bodice with, the three tiered wedding cake VALDOSTA, GEORGIAALL I past week) end with the Jack Wynn I I
KILLERS OF KILIMANJARO, I rounded neckline and short sleeves i topped with a miniature bride's family. !
in dnemaScope and Eastman color,,: featured a back closing. The skirt, bouquet Candelabra holding tall WORK I ------ ---
slurring Robert Taylor, Anne Au- I shirred at the waist line with bustle lighted tapers flanked the cake. Guaranteed
brey. Adventure and romance in I effect in back ended Jn a rounded Mrs Harold Cross cut and served Unconditionally t
the wilds of Africa. Fearsome train. Her fingertip veil of illusion I the cake -atstttea by Miss EHza- EASY TERMS ti i Turpentine & Rosin
secrets of the dark continent explored. fell from a crown of pearls. She bcth Carter of Jacksonville. Miss ,
They fought for progress carried a bouquet of lily of the Linda Gail Harris kept the bride's '

and lived for love. i valley, tuberoses cs and a purple book. Punch was poured by Miss J J Sale. Jr of Western Auto ,- Factors Inc. _
throated white orchid. Sharon Sapp,. and Miss Reba Williams Store reported ,
sold
they had out
CRY TOUGH starring John Mrs Sapp, mother of the bride. of Winter Haven
a carload of freezers in less than i CYPRESS STREET AT GA. & FLA. R. R.
Saxon. Linda CrivtaL Poverty and ,wore yellow embroidered cottonwith The couple) left later In the evening ,
week and In.last
a Pthe ad .
heart-break drove him into a life I beige accessories and an orchid for a wedding trip to Panema weeks paper considerable credit for. PHONE _CH 2-3760 .VALDOSTA, GA.
he hated. A modern story with A I corsage. Beach Mrs Sale wore for travel a
thrilling and triumphant victory Mrs Sale the bridegroom's mother, blue linen suit with beige accessories it. -x- I PAY CASH AND. SAVE
ij over environment in the violent cbose pink lace over' taffeta and a. and an orchid corsage. They will :
t gang-Infested tenements. Cartoon. white orchid corsage. mum Sunday for a week's visit Mrs W M Goza and )(111V J .
A reception followed Immediately with their families at Cherry Lake UcLeod Jr formerly Hazel Goza)

If you Want business NOW- after the ceremony In the church before leaving for Westover., Mats, and daughter Nancy were visitors WHOLESALEPRICES
ADVERTISE NOWI parlors. The bride's table was where Lt Sale is stationed. here a short while Thursday on

their way .from Chattanooga to
e i their home In Clears ester.


ee' Want 1000 extra Green Stamps? PRICES TO YOU

r e See trie Ad.HOWERTON'S_Ceneral-Elec-

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: IN-JAIL From E Hill Ave take N. 'Forrest St., turn right at

first traffic light on Cypress street.
Jim Roe is In the county Jail.
+ wrath bond assessed at $1500,

: charged with having shot Thomas Disappearing Stairway 15.95
ea.
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Frazier In the arm last Friday.. '
Both men are colored.

I 4x8x1-4 Inter. Plywood pc. 2.854x8x34

,1t. Madison: friends of Mrs Joe

u + Shcrrod of Mayo will be interestedto Inter. Plywood, 6.95 I
I know she Is now recuperating pc.
.. Mt Home after betas 'n the hospitalIn

.k.". r ..-.... Perry" where she recently under 2-4x3-2 Window Unit =; ea. 10.50
\Mrnt surgery for a broken hip. The .. I I28x46

0'r acddent happened in her home.x when. she tripped Window Unit ea. 1 / *?S
{ .e on a rug ** JL . -
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Visitor with the Jack Wynnsever Sheetrock 4x8x3-8 pc. 1.35'Full '
the week end were Mr and
Mrs Cary Lamb and Mrs Kathleen
".., Lamb and her daughter Hal of Thick Rock Wool." '., thous. 57.00

Jacksonville. .

!. fRK... Want a Jot on St. George Island No. 2 Oak Flooring -. -. tfaous. 115.00You

Sec Ad of H G SMITH in this

f rf The"I960" paper. save by our method of doinsr business. A cash policy] ,

SandraV"M has been spending carload buying, and volume selling make WHOLESALE
the past ten days In Quitman with prices available to YOU.
r: COLE PORTABLE let sister, Mrs Edward Baas.T.acco ,
COniM ''
U 210 Ib. Asphalt Shingles 5.75
t 'ltfHMII Sell in Madtson sq.


'l ( a9ir and 15 or 30 Ib. Felt ':- roll 1.95



TRADE IN MADISON Porch Columns, Corners -.,:- 7.95


Mr and Mrs Kirby Reichmaiuil t Porch Columns Flats 4.95
,
.) i ., ( pent several days this week in!
> Belle Glade with Mrs Ralph Me
COMPAM ThEM AMtTIONAL flATVtISsr ...t,. Ck-naM, who underwent surgery 4x9x1-2 Celotex Sheathing 0 m. 63.00
MIl..... AU Tuesday.
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Am surrotT CAWUC loot nm m sxnoAtaun :
'.we c.Ie SIMI UNI moiCATOt S>CKT AND urt sotto HOT cm Want 1000 extra Green Stamps* Pressure Treated ,Fence Post .35
YYPTER IKtC CAto MOtott Atmuonc new -K -. X. a See HOWERTOPTS Genera-Ekc-
unsnarl SYWSOlfc 5,*,f,{I't .AND 14 OTMtt fUIUtm A4caimlly

rR'55 .......,.,.............C.'.............III............. irk 939 Field Fence '- .- 16.95
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1r... Jul lwk.....ny,..,...pd (M Si s* "W" CIyw Ctw .4 C.KIr tUt1t....rRtwM.t' Barbed Wire 6.35
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; 1 344] Fence - ?2.99'store

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f 4 I It1mNs1-IcII: II I Saturday,, 7:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.Snuth .
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FRIDAY. JUNE 24th. 1960 THE OHIBiriUSE-RECOEDER, !MADISON' FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN .'
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I -4 :.:... iii JJk Ttt .
Late Ti Classify' FLORIDA'SBIGGEST

8. b 4I'''.6.a ."..aWOULD NEW HOMES I VACATION BARGAIN! .
FOR SALE: Phllco air conditioner:
I heavy duty, one-ton unit slightly ::;* ELLIHOR VILLAGE
YOU .BUILD A NEW ,
used 12500. J B DAVIS JR.. .
HOME ON YOUR LOT OR ACRE?
Phone HU 3-6564. 43-lt-ch :
No Money Down Check These! I AT DAYTONA BEACH

5 s SILLS_ NOT 3 FOR sticks.SALE PAT: fcUIE Cypress, 1 mile tobacco East 'ij AS sfl5Q PER WEEK FOR 4

Ko. 1 FLOORING, NOT No. 2 of Madison. 43-2t-pd LOW m OF ISO UNITSMAY1AUGUST31
AS -
No. 1 SIDING, NOT No. 2
FOR RENT: A thrce4>edroom houseon
2x8 FLOOR JOISTS, NOT 2x6 Perry road at Oty limits. ,,, 650 FAMILY VACATION VILLAS
-- ,:
t TERMITE SHIELDS Available after July 6. Phone HU ., BY THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS BEACH
3-6421 W A Rutherford 43-tf-ch F SwtmmJuf f..!. O.lf a T... .
r CRESOTE ALL SILLS AND PTM TV !...T.......ws .. :.
? FLOOR JOISTS FOR RENT: House on North Hancock ,; DOG RACING JAI ALAN AUTO RACNG

fame,Price as others that use No. 2 street Availably July lit. .___fl .'& b t All ti ..*..J.*r VJffnt.I. .*. rfr c....r
Sills Phone HU 3-233L 43-lt-ch ..... .
Material and Three i. J a. tAM Mat,1eritI.mats tq. ;,
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Up To 10 Years TcFPay FEMALE HELP "' AInterviewer r----------.
REMODEL AND ADDITIONS C-321
from wanted for part time M x ELUNOR VILLAGE,
and specifications
Get prices
:The Rest Then You Will Boy i it telephone survey. Give phone number v. I DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA I

t From Sparks Best must be private line. Not a ,.. 1 6
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selling job. Airmail letter includ 'p tcJ _. 1. .J __ .r'p
Our Satisfied Customers Are Our big education, work experience and I luuoavs -_- I
GREATEST Asset names of references to: AMERICAN mY. TTATf l .
RESEARCH BUREAU. Field 1.-----------

Write Staff Department, Beltsvlllc, Mary I ,

Sparks Best Hwies land. 43-it-cia -.... Wfcs FPC ScholarshipMiss Sell Tobacco in Madison

LOST: Two walker hounds, one I I Goodyear Tires $1195

MADISON, FLORIDAUONS' and male, one white female. Black, orange ..,. *+ -.........,.. d ---. 'I
spotted. Wearing UNIlEDf -

: :_- : -= collars bearing my name and *o v I S* \ .,": ...,.. i &70( X IS, Ail-Weather, tube- -
address Last seen at Hankens TRADE IN MADISON' ) 1 type, plus tax and recappablelire.
CLUB prairie. Reward for return or J .
information Notify BILL M.UENDRY List your farm and city property ._ 'r"-.. .. _';.: At, ;,.. .
with us.Bob -
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i Pat Millinor was In charge of _
the program at the Lion/ Club HU 3-6718 or 6767, Madison, Fla BAPTIST VACATION SCHOOL Messer & Tire
meeting Tuesday and gave an interesting 43-lt-ch & Beanie Searcy ... .. Battery

Its History discussion, Causes Methods on Warfare, etc.; CT. 2, BOX 130-A .. The Baptist Vacation Bible CompanyFIFTH
School with classes
five last
along with a report on activities of Ckrry Lake News MADISON, FLA. ...... ",... days
week closed with a program: Fri
Madison's Tank company, which' PHONE IIU 3.648TCompIiLnenthg
day evening.At .
leaves Sunday for Ft. Stewart, Ga, ... .
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FAMILY NIGHT the closing exercises each de- BIBTHDAY PARTY
of There i '
for two weeks maneuvers. A :
family night was held at .. partment a display of what -
are 47 men and five officers in the, .. \ i gate
I C3 Lake + \ ,
rry Baptist church Monday Visitors \ had beeri learned. The program Included Mary Frances Baumgarten celebrated
Madison Company. ....
night sponsored by the Friendship ;...:- : songs, recitation of Scripture her fifth birthday with a .

OUR BUSINESS Is helping YOUR Class. The delidous covered dish \ j and skits. The handwork on party June 6th at the home of her
11SINESS. THE :?r-R supper was enjoyed In the recreation Mr T M Howertoo entertainedwith
crafts was on display which re-mother and grandparents, Mrs
hall by a large group and open house from 8 to 10 p.' Miss Ann Lois Jamieson of De-
WAD I SON COUNTYOUTSTANDING followed by a vealed a great deal of talent Mary Ann Baumgarten and Mr and r
program. Wednesday his
at country home Lend is the 1960 winner of the
FARM FAMILY The program in the auditoriumwas complimenting Us house guests hisbrotherinlaw annual Florida Power Corporation's The pastor. the Rev James Barber Mrs 'R E Cowart. Forty young

SELECTION COMMITTEEDavid opened with singing and prayer. and sister, Mr and'I"Scholarships for Leadership" essay was general superintendentIlls guests played games and were ,.
Mrs D W Barnes gave the inspiring Mrs. Al Lineberry of Greensboro,i'('OQtmV R Pressley. District assistants were Mrs Sufe served ice cream, cakeand punch.
,. Smith, Madison, Chairman, devotion on Let Your Light So N. C, and Mrs Jeanette Parks of i Manager has announced. The four- Raines and Miss Sandra McLeod. 'Favors were balloons and suckers.
Wiley Blair, Rt 4, Greenville, Shine. Jacksonville.Jiooms I year $1,200 scholarship made available The department superintendentswere :The birthday cake was decorated
1lellousMoore, Lee, Cecil Hicks,Lee, The Junior Choir sang Send A suite i
open en to about through the development l-
t community Mrs Paul in blue and white and was topped
Dean Brown, Rt 3, Greenville, Light, and Miss Carol Hutto and fifty guests were decorated with department, was awardedfor Ragans Beginners:
I Howard Rt 3 Madison Mrs Richard E Brown Supt of with five candles. Mary Frances
Hughey Miss Sally Wilson The
sang Light arrangements of gladioli mums and the best essay on the subject,
II L Crafton Pinetta Robert Sear- No 1, Mrs received many nice gifts Her
.i of the World Is J IUL snapdragon. On the dining table, "My Future and My Community. Primary Raymond
cy. Lee, Lamar Andrews. Green- Rev J R Collins spoke on how covered with a handsome imported Ann will be eligible to attendanT Brown Supt of Primary No 2; cousin, Miss Lynne Cheney, of
vibe) K W WaMrep Rt 4, Green- the Christians Light can shine and I cloth, a color note of pink prevailed accredited college or universityof Mrs James Barber, Supt Junior I Jacksonville, was a visitor and assisted

vllle, and Kelley Bailey, Rt 3, help others. in the arrangement snapdragon 1 her choke within the area.served Dept, and Mrs E M Page,,Supt of Mrs Baumgarten and Mrs
Greenville Benediction by B Williams.. and gladioli and taU pink by the utility offering four-year Intermediates. thwart with hospitalities.
LEGION AWARDS candles centering the table. A course leading to a bachelor's degree.
There was an enrollment of 130,
Want lot St. George Island?
on
The Cherry Lake Legion awards a
similar decoration I
was on the .
MM N .SKIVE for the outstanding boy and girl at buffetA Senior classes of high schools in with a dally average of 119 which See Ad of H G SMITH In this

Cherry Lake School Eighth Grade variety of hors d'ouevres, cheese the $2 communities which have I I included the 29 workers. j paper. ,

were presented by R L Prine Commander spreads sandwiches small cakes and I FPCnisted improvement programs -
to Dottie Denson and punch were served. in effect were eligible to participate IN JUST 15 MINUTES Goodyear Farm Tractor
son Freddie Allen Smith. i, The host was assisted In greeting this year. Of the 900-pka written IF YOU HAVE TO "'

JUNIOR NIGHT : guests by Mrs Lineberry and 30'were selected for final Judgingone SCRATCH YOUR ITCH- TIRES
Fourteen Juniors and seven adults Mrs Parks. from each school submitting Your 4Sc back at any drug store,
from Cherry: Lake attended the entries. Each of these local winners:
stock
Apply ITCH-ME-NOT. Itch & born- Large priced rightBattery
Want 1080 extra Green Stamps?
1 Middle Florida Association BTU
for was awarded a $23 U. S. Sarlng
Jag disappear. Use
See HOWERTON'S General-Elec. instant-drying
Junior Night Brewer
at Lake
r Baptist cod ,
ITCH-ME-NOT day or night for Messer
tric Ad.UPLAND
church at June 13thMr
Day Prior winners represented Cternwnt -
and Mrs W E Wilson had COTTON PURCHASE Brooksvttle. Wlkhvood Trenton -(eczema ringworm, insect bites foot

visiting them last week PettyOfficer AND LOAN RATES ANNOUNCEDThe and Jasper.'s Itch, other surface rashes. TODAY & Tire Co.
W Wilson at SMITH DRUG STORE. (advt)
Now Tint Sept. 24 Jr of Norfolk r I
&R" Wagon.Smith .
Check
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for sate at !
and Mr --- -
and Mrs W R Esterbrook U S Department of Apiculture ---v
and three sons of Miami. Petty I has announced the location dif-, '
II Racing Nightly 8:15: Officer Wilson left Sunday for fcrentfeb that will apply to Choice Tells of

Miami, where he will be stationed I (A) and Choice (B) uptend cotton : Now OpenI
Matinees with the'V S Coast Guard Mrs I under the price support programfor
Saturday
on I G
Natural Program
i Wilson and two children will more Ii i the IMS crop. I. s I
to Miami at a later date. John Cone. Chairman, Madison
2:15: P.M.COMING Mr and Mrs Ecterbrook and sons ASC county oommHtee has been I 1 '
Clerk A If SmIth WM In I I .COLONIAL HOUSE OF MUSIC
left Monday for New York to attend nctified that the bask rates for CMy !
Rotary
J a Prudential Convention there. : Madison. County are 33-04 cents pertb. ;1 charge of the program at the, and _
The Wilson family and C E Buck- for purehiuc and 27.25 tents, CW ms raeelto Wednesday -
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1103 N. Patterson St. Valdosta Ga.
:
: halt family enjoyed a fish fry Sat. POT Ib for baas. told of tile natural gas putramhdng ,
SPECIAL urday night at the Wilson home.A ,. I I carried out In the dty, with I OFFERING FINE QUALITY
/ 2/c and Mrs D W Barnes, II a I the pipes DOW betas Wd. II j jHe
MATINEE have named: their new baby boy Councilman* reported that the Md for construction ,

Donald Wayne Barnes. I of Ox system was some j, Pianos and
JULY 4th
I) : BABY GREEN sixteen thousand dollars less than'i iI Organs .
2:16P.M, Mr and Mrs Stanley Green of C Piddei of Gft.tmiISefat I expected and the Jnterest rate on!,
I Scottsboro. Ala. announce the 'arrial '- elected a CbuneMman at Boys State!the bonds figured, at 4.4 %, instead!.
NO 1POSTPONEMENTS I of a baby girt June 12th. Mrs this week also Tax Assessor tot of a rate anticipated around 5**. $100.00 Off the Nationally Advertised Price on
r:'Wif Green will! be remembered as the r-ythk Navy county. ; Strings Ifl these areas road. Ifi'no&sible I

THE DOGS RUN AS WELL IN I former Miss Katherine Hawkins. to offer a more attractive All New Spinet Pianos .'
Mrs Tuner hasten entered the customers.
Mr and MI'IV C Hawkins are ,prcporftfen to prospective 1
RAIN AS FAIR WEATHER the proud grand-parents UniirmMy et Fiertda Medksal CKnic' Customers who Jala the program
-- Buckhalt.&arllara Wedding at Gainesville. Monday, for treat- now get a large aaiount of work; FEATURING* IVERS & PONDS MELODIE GRAND-
The marriage of Miss Carmen meet. free fw which those who join the HENRY F. MILLER PIANOS

CLOSED SUNDAYS. Marie Bucknalt and Freddie Bart- -Want- --1000- -extra- Green Stamps' ? program later wHl be charged

F lam will be an event of Sunday. See 1IOYVERTONS General-Bee- Ernest Page spoke briefly on
,- ... June 26th. bit Ad ''teghway accidefits: and stated that '-' 10-Year
The wedding ceremony will be ''vhile not generally so recognized '

MINORS NOT ALLOWED' performed at 3:30 p m. at Cherry i following too closely was 0* great- ..Guarantee...- .
p..:. Lnke Baptist church by Rev J L cIt cau* of accideatLt He also said, *: %"
to act OnAll
Wyim and Rev J R Collins. A roception -'( that having a traffic court '
NEGRO GRANDSTAND will follow In the recreation i' : prt'C'I'IPtbon alleged traffic viola- New Pianos .
hail of the church.MANS1NTOBACCO. I j liens would help greatly. | s $ <
received as a
Bill Dietterkh was ,
AIR- -j pew member and made -brief)
of appreciation. I i M-31 )152'p
speech .
TURF W F Canova Contemporary1Tand
u Visitors Included

.. MARKET Bigger udJ 4 .Tallahassee RotarUn Fred Stephens
of At-
of Tallahassee. urn Stiefel
CLUB .Eeller1J I 'bats, and Van 1! Priest and Dr Rebuilt Free Bench z I "" Q
Refinished
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*: Royce Jackson of Madison
CI'
FINEST\ FOOD CI c

r..'... IN FLORIDADAILY REAL ESTATE SALES ORkIN Mr and lit Ed Scanlaa left MIRROR Free Delivery i Q -0 ;

I Monday for Denver Colorado, where SPINET I I Q

.., r Broadus WUioughby announces they are on a weeks vacation while I Sfyear uaranLiberal Trade- i [ i
DOUBLE the delivery of deeds of Don Melton Call TafaCoUect attending: the annual meetinjr of
1st AND w'RACES farm to C C Oferby of Soimnerfie&+ hmct Samsonite ;Luggage salensea. Mrs Regular 1349. 5 in on all pianos t i pY.
4 N c.. also delivery of deeds of Scanlan's sister, Mrs Frances Jones Special $288 < 5.

.,. Joe Ward house on West Be of Dtytona Beach Is here with the
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I street to Mr and Mrs J T Brisson Scanlan children In the absence of wewea Display Track J !
r J' ON U. .S. 19 4 JflLBB MORn! Mr and Mrs Scaaisn.BUSINESSMEN.
Mr C P diiter,1ltri
KeUy and
OF MONTICELLO., FLORIDA Emmie Howerton and tea+ Cello ,.. That Comes Directly to Your '

t >>lBSON COWTY committal went to Valdosta service Monday,at Samel to attend'",I1 .' Skrwka P M If you want putomcrs every I j d
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ten 'em
week In store Home I
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cemetery for Mrs John Walt .. ,.} ,"', TOOT ',
'. aoIHt*& aU E-B ad every .
( iiaaai Welt, .1Htft'.ot Mr. Kelfy, who Ektrk Cf. I .\ t ..

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w ;. ;;: y c_ FRIDAY, -JUNE 24th. I960m
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...'a... '" < ........:"JI' ,."" .. COUNCILORS. YOUTH CAMP
r. BABY WCNDOftF QiJI Deals '4
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: CONSTRUCTION
I Misses Barbara fliers, Wanda
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TIIESARE I
w Lt and Mrs Charles J Wendorf 01 W B Hagaa and wile to Theodore
J ,.i \VUliams arid Nancy Hamilton are New and 'RemodelIng
Moody Air Force Base, Ca. are Buas and wife. Lots 9 and 22. BIk
; ': -, the at the Methodist Youth Camp at
announcing birth
of a daughter 43, Town of
'..' Greenville Greenville
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1 ,. .WETire Kristie Kay born June L The baby Investment Company's lands. Leesburg for five weeks serving Howerton Supply] Co.
weighed 7 Iba 2 cos. Mrs Wcodorfis as Junior councilors.
Y George M King and wife to Henry
the daughter of Mr and Mrs
1!'Spring, Sale is now going J L Waldrop and granddaughter' B Flowers and wife, 333.4 ft x
"
fonCome; "" in and get your set of Mrs H 0 Thompson, of Greenvflle 193 ft x 423 ft x 187 ft In SEU CIRCUIT COURT INVITATION 'TO BIO

and Mrs Sally WaWrop of of N} %. Sec 7; Tp 2 N, R 10 E. -
'1 t ot Firestone Tires. Now at -a Lakeland. A P Edgy and wife to S A Sealed bids wnU be received by

;, Kmsey Jr and wife Charles Floyd Gaither June 7th the City of Madison, Florida. up
; great savings. 100 x 48 1-3
f t In BIk 66 Town of Madison ordered released from hospital at to 12 o'clock noon July 1st, 1960,
Mr W B Selman and Miss Roberta Amanda Hutcherson Admx to State Prison following treatment for furnishing one half-ton Pick-up
Selman returned Monday from on narcotic charges. Truck
Ray Dell Bass and wife for the Gas Department
24
a visit In Rome Ga, with Sel- acres
.Mr
in SEA! of SEH, Sec 32, Tp 1 N, Specifications can be obtained
maa's parents, Mr and Mrs; J D
I R 9 E. 'MonticelloStock Yard i from the City Manager's Office.
Selman, and points In Alabama I 1
G P McConnell: to M D JtcCon- City of Madison.
where

: Mary Ellen they and actampanled.nsse.Susan and Bill Sal.i nail undivided one-half Interest in At the Monticello-Stockyard, Inc. 42-2t-ch I

fCaves man to summer camp at Skylineand 320 acres In Sees. 1 and 2, Tp 2 N, June 20. 93 cattle 'and calves were Mr, and Mrs Albert S Uneberry

STATION i i Ctoudmont R 9 E. 4 told compared to 75 a week ago. 9t Greensboro- C.. 'are visiting

j -&- O W Cochran and wife to Mark Receipts made up largely stocker Mrs Uneberry's brother. Mr T M i

>rie Gramham Ho ft x 43 f t X and feeder classes, largely comraop Ilowerton, this week.

: J .I Major and Mrs E M Lewis arxj 110 ft x 50 ft in SE!, of NEB, and below. - .
== two children Claudia and Mackieof Sec 28, Tp 1 N R 9 E. Slaughter steers about steady,

M j Aberdeen. Md. came Tuesday, Otis R Peavy and wife to Walter other slaughter classes few. Stock. Foley lawn mowers, parts and
I for a week's visit with Mrs Lewis'; Townsend en and feeders about steady. service.
mother. Mrs E A Bronson, and and wife Lot 14 Blk 9, '

Have Himmnlk FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRATTON sitters, Mrs George Hendry and East Madison NOW Is the time to adve'rlise In'I HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.

Mrs Jack Wade. Major Lewis and Laney S Clements to WeaverLoughridge The E-R. .
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d'TMerchan&s MOTORS family will leave shortly spend Lumber Company NE
'TargetlnFe to --- ------
10 per cent Down Payment three yean service In France U of NEU. Sec I, Tp 2 S, R 6 E.Incs .I -

: HOWERTON SUPPLY ,CO. I I Hughes Terry and husbandto

. Mr and Mrs Ralph Baxter and Adelia Donnelly Grrgol and I STUMP BROS.

two DomInIck J Gregot, 3Q In
----- HAS SURGERY AT sons Dwight and Donald of acres
'' he June issue of The Feed Bag, JACKSONVILLE HOSPITAL Venice Fla.. spent last week herewith Sec 9Tp2 N. R10E.

'.. :a magazine published In the Interest Mrs Baxter's parents, Mr and Glenn E Summers and wife and CASH: and CARRY

of dentfTo! /Iced manufacturing Mrs T J Thomas and family. Paul Kkkliter and wife to Aucllla
Dr R E Watson had major
and merchandising has an InterestIng at St. 'Luke's Hospital Jacksonville surgery William C Slide arrived Saturday Forest Inc. certain lands in Jefferl 306 SOUTH:? TTERSON GA-FLA. DEPOT BLDG. _

article about the Madison Cave Tuesday. Report- from his from White Plates, N Y to son Madison and Taylor counties. VALDOSTA, GA.
. "BrothersenUtled! Cave's of Florida bedside join Mrs $tkfel 1. who has been Sallje Brinson Jones
Wednesday were! that his to Eliza*
y Have Mammoth Targets In FeedJ.rerchandlllng. condition was satisfactory. Mrs, visiting her parents", Mr and MrsW beth Brtnson Aikinj and Sheetrock 4 x 8 x 3/8", $135

The article Is Watson has been id Jacksonvillewith : B Dark They expect to Jean husband. &28 ft x lOS ft x 5M f| sheet ., .... .. ... .
quoted in part: Monday for Atlanta to reside white '
him for several days Ix 103 ft InV ;of 2 ,
SEAL Sec $ 215 Ib. Roofing Shingles C CAsq
"The brother team of Milton and Mr SUefel continues his educationat :

Bill( Cave are solidly backgmunded rATTEND Emory Unhrrdty. tp1NR9E.; .. .v.. .. .. .. .. . i/iOU
CIRLS STATE
,In the business of supplying balanced Dr John E Sands Dean of NFJC, Clementine Zlarko Wroblcwski' td
Rune V 2 0 6 8 1 3/8" J rr
will fill the Ziarko her undivided x x Mahogany
rations and 'feeding programsand pulpit at the First
their future appears most prom. Miss Martha Waning daughter of I Methodist Church at Plnetta Sun Interest In 2J02 acres In NWtt of Flush Door, ea. ..... .. *i.vt) r

ising. Mr and Mrs- Ben S Waring, Madison day morning ins topic will be The See 33, Tp 1 N, R 10 E, life estate
.Plywood x 8 x 1/4" Int., O OC -
and Miss Tina Bowers of reserved. .
Milton Cave Jr attained much of Qualifications of a Truly Effective
sheet.... .. .. .... .. 0d
his merchandising, skill and know. Greenville leave next week to Attend Minister W R Maddox and wife to city r

how In his five yean as a Jackson- girl's state in Tallahassee.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 3rd of Madison, part of NWK! of SE%, Plywood x 8 x 3/4" Int., I

vile Fla. supermarket manager In They are sponsored' by Greenville JUDICIAL aECUIT OF FLORIDA. Sec 27, Tp 1 N. R 9 E. sheet .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 6.9.1
addition he utilized his eveningsin American Legion Auxiliary and
IN AND FOR MADISON COUN Louise Pulliam to James E Stan
that city studying; business administration Madison Woman's Club. 22 I Fall Thick Insulation; C7 AA
TY. IN CHANCERY.W _. ley and wife Lots and 23. Blk
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and the Jacksonville M Calhoun, Plaintiff A. Hal Stay S/D Town of Madison.Mr per M .,., DlU. .
University. IN WHO'S WHO
Brother Bill Cave, who entered Vfc -- 15 Ib. & 30 Ib Felt,

partnership with Milt last July, Peter 0 Knight Jr lawyer and C. IL Bill Calhoun For Defendant and: Mrs John Hood and per roll .. .. .. .. ... .:.. 1.90
Decree
holds a degree In agriculture from banker of Tampa has been .listed Declaratory daughter, Bonnie were visitors here

the University of Florida. The pair tn Who's Who In America for the TO: C II Calhoun 135 N. Monte-. the past week en route to Bradenton w?- Celotex Sheeting 4 x 8 x 1/2", 63.00

makes maximum use of its educa. first time. Men who are listed are rums Street; Prescott Arizona. .I from spending a while In the 1ePrefinished r M ...z! ,
You are hereby notified that ,
tional background In Its approachto nationally known for their acknowledgments. Carolinas. They were guests of t
the needs of its farmer He Is a member of Complaint for declaratory decree their son-in-law and daughter, Mr Birch Plywood, 10 40
customen.j has been filed against you, and .
sheet .
A mobile feed mill numerous social, business, and professional required to a and Mrs( John Waring. Mr and Mrs
you are serve copy
role In the ,business ofCave's .
important
I organizations.COUKTYCOUIvr. of your Answer or Pleading to the Robin Hood whose marriage took Prefinished Mahogany'lywood, Cfirt
Feed & Farm Supply at I
Madison, Fla. Miltx Cave first:: Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney place the past'week at Macon were sheet .. ..... .. .f ***.; /f
David Lanier & W T Davis also guests of Mr and ltrsVarlng
.
::- gained experience'WhM. he-operated i _"'':' ..., -.1:: whose address Is Madison Florida.t!enroute to Bradenton. Mr and Mrs Exterior House Paint; .**} ",.,* Q'K "
mobile in When he
unit 3935.
, nssumed a ownership of his feed business I Fred Frazier, drunkenness. $25 and file the original answer or;John Waring were among the out. gallon . .. .,. .* .* u.OJ ,
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or thirty days In the office of the Clerk -
Pleading of-town at the wedding.
In 1958, of his first In. guests
pne .
Joseph Edward Interior Latex Paint
Davis
speeding, ;
of the Circuit Court In and for '25
; ,vestments ..
cJiased that was year.the mobile mill pur- $35 bond estreated. Madison County. Florida on or before gallon .. :. .. .. .. . : ,'. .

Cave's 'Feed and Farm Supplyranges the 11 day of July A. D. I960. Asphalt' Floor Tile, ,;AAPC.
If fail to do Decree Pro Tires
out 35 miles In serving Its 'Confecso you will be entered so against Goodyear $11.95 ....:*."" ; H*'
farmer customers and in addition Let muffler and tail t *.
has built up a mobile route around i you for the relief demanded In% Vinyl Asbestos Floor Tile, .

Perry, Fla. 40 miles away. pipe check yearl the Complaint 670 x 15, All-Weather tube-type PC. ,12
hereby
experts The Enterprise-Recorder Is
When the Perry route requires plus tax and xtcappable tire.
more than a day's on-farm grinding r designated as the newsp&pnIn I Lighting Fixtures & Electrical Supplies at same low prices
free! which said order shall be publiihed i
exhaust
and mixing the crew returns system ;
_ to Madison at night by truck and I once a week for four consecutive MESSER PAY A Y LESS
1 -srSTUMPBROS.
weeks.
completes Its work the followingday. Muffler- '
and tail pipe 1 Witness my hand and official seal
this 10th day of June. A. D. 1960. }
They have built what they consider Battery & Tire Co.
an excellent molasses volume installed for only DALE M. LESLIE ,
with their mill. With tank storage (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court, I .
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for 4,000 gallons they move an c..U.pDL j- -- --- -

average of 7 tons a week during 19c ..
the winter months. They handle

FKM concentrates and some of

the firm's complete feeds and also -

mix.produce a snap corn and molasses DAVISSBPESTATON WHAT HAPPENS

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Swine tonnage currently leads

other.feeds. in volume but beef ratkins -
come next In the hog, cattle HU i-60t MADISON. FLA. .
and dairy feeds sold. K ",..a.. .i...'+ _"' ''''(". \...,(,
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Custom spraying Is an important I The manufacturer's district representatire mind
volume builder for the store. I Frank Argenbrtgbt, who
.
F Their aim Is to provide Madisonarea i lives In Madiaoa has proved especially
'
,r : with a truly one-stop farm helpful and assists with vaccinations
renter.: As a step toward this, I and other service to a : w rfry faieron tk wlnd"elm= : Ir9air
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the) brothers bought out a hardware farmers animals. *MS''*&'* W fe '* > v {f
store whose quarters adjoined theirs. I' The Caves are active supporters $ D}' *wf over the clothes,:k'picks Uji the moisture in them

Bill Cave uses his agronomy trainIng :of Youth Work ,and lend tangible
. to put merchandising Impetus end moral backing to the Future \: _-a- |ereld|eeirrre* it oway. Thot's exactly) how

behind the company's& custom sprayIIJJT Farmers. This support always returns
department dividends In extra patronagefrom >nc works:' Pure, cleaii'fccafcd air is pushed up

Because interest In bulk feed both adults and young farm-
handling Is mounting in their tradIng en-tote: /7 p oat the tnbeccm iri.a; ady wm. Your tobacco dries

.territory-they offer bulk tanks. "We lay out our own newspaper

Some of their larger customers are ads a* well as writing our radio 4 faster ertd ha low temperature '. (Itoying In man

shifting over to bulk although copy. "BUI tied.red.our advertising

jnany ,still prefer sacked feeds. : appears regularly In the Mad- of they n uable oils and gums. This produces a

The largest hoc reed customer bon Enterptise-EecMtier and our ir -i mn i

has ICO head In all they serve radio progratna are carried by hterftr-boditd leaf with richer oromo TGostolxjc

12$ feeders at: their farms. The VVMAF- They ,also use bill board

mobile unit averages 83 batches advertising' and say they feel that low-lemp rahjr cured tobacco brings th top"4e '
(tons) of feed a week. Half the their business merits every' dollar

mobile unit customers are serviced of advertising they can spend t1 ) ; j # r on the tobacco market today.

weekly, "a f fourth;<)f them every i Interestingly, 'Cave* has. many .

.. ._R, other week aid the 'balance i>y I Colored caatoraers. They hare excellent -
'telephone anaflg>Ment. credit ratines and are among spv
SOLD, INSTAUID AND.SERVICED IY.
I Th -firm **a*' a payroll of six the irnVa best-ISormM customers. ,
, persons, three of whom work on Solidly badcgrouaded ednrafjon. ,

the mobile unit, one man as wise the Florid brother team b

: operator with two helpers. A .two- thoroughly oolrtrnced'that a. farmers L w.C.CfWELAD:4JR.t

truck tarrytac+ concentrates become Increasias-
ton and feeders IRQ TIM or
... travels In advance on the z routes, ly better Informed Its role to MADISON FLA. .
,
r of the unit "'. rendering tomfdetesetrice wfll be

" Cavessupport Is well pleased with the more and more vfcaL They have "iJe. .J

; which its feed supplier dedicated: themselves: and their.. ;,.

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[ .1 '' .c: olumD. It Ij On the Rock,.not 7 :
1"\.' On the, '.1\ocb..ne 1 ng11dh'lan- .
t &11&g, Is peculiar. On the Rocks { Z Q

a nautical expression referring tot : lit
a ship cracking up on a rocky Jeer.I J :
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I, On the Rock Is A builder!*express'. 4 rtt ,
.ion, referring to solid found
lions.You could mix the metaphors
';'bT uring 'Xo>'J1'2lenrI': _." '' ; \ ,
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\. phrllUanl1own.t,Jesus and re-:- i iI iI

lose to consider
r him au authority.
feu$ It b surprising I # #r
; and saddenIng t
t besides, to ,,
'find professing

,Christians bypassing
I
t Jesus as Dr. Foreman I *,

Number One authority in their y M ,

lives One'way of doing this is to ,.
MY that Jesus was not giving directions

, for this life, even for this _
world; but that he was telling us I ""1 : .
how we should live when the Kingdom 1. (, U U,1 .
I of God comes on earth. In 'r
:. other words that Jesus was giving
I directions for come future era, not +
for then and there In Palestine nor I
for here and now in America. I a a I II'

Another way of by-passing Jesus 1
is to take the opposite tack and
claim that Jesus was speaking only I'I'II' 4 ,
for the old dispensation or periodof
II
the Law and'that all Us moral
directions and Ideals went out 'U I c. ,1'-' ., '.",' ,. ...
;when the Holy Spirit came at ,..: '
.-Pentecost Still another way to by- THE CHURCH FOR ALL ,,' -f x: .-......... .
.L- peas Jesus is to'alltge that his commands ALL FOR THE CHURCHThe t ... I It
I were Impossible, and that

he knew it; but he wanted to set Church u the greatest factor oa earth for
the standard so high that people
would give up trying to be good the building of durActtr and l pod c&zemltip.. We go back to the old homestead, the old home town. Perhaps we ., !

and rely on faith Instead of works 1 I It n a storehouse} of spiritual values. Without A have long anticipated that visit, but now :we find that the changes are I

,iTtklrg Jails fttrlmljr eA"">M"f r strong Qiurch neither democracy norcmlitaUoa so'disillusioning that we don't care whether we ever return. We meet '

Jesus himself can survive. There are four touad reasons why and him. He has -
gave no support a friend of years gone by hardly recognize too changed.
to such lopsided caricatures of his every person should attend services regularly and We compare the face reflected from our mirror with old photographs .
teaching and intentions. Every. support the Church. They are: CI) For hb .
and realize that without it have We to
thing he said indicates that he Intended knowing we changed. try use a
to be taken seriously He own sale. (2)) For his chi1drrns sale. (3) For map of yester-year only to discover that it is out of date. .
peaks distinctly of some who I the sale of his community and nation. (4) For

would one day call him Lord-but the take of the Church itself which.J needs his
We shudder little wonder if there is that remains
anything
a as we
"not do what I tell you" (Luke moral and material support., Plan to go 10' ..
,e(8): ) and he has to the
t ; nothing good same.
.ay ot such people. Jesus talked to I church regularly and read your Bible dail1.I .

real people with real problems. The Church tells us that there is. Through the centuries it is the
What math line Christians have I. I Day Book Chapter Verses j i-;
discovered down through the agesis I.. one institution 'which points to the unchanging God "the same yesterday :
that what Jesus said to the Sunday EccleslatUs 4 1-4 "
people he met face to face is still Monday Psalms 102 25-28 today, and forever. Worship customs may differ, but every Christian

good for our day and for all lime. .'. Tuesday Daniel Hebrews 2 20-22 congregation seeks to lead-men to the one great Certainty, which .

It is nothing better than double- Thursday Wednesday Hebcews 13 1 64 9-12, is God. That is why you will want to start attending church regularly. .

talk to call Jesus "Lord1 or even Friday Psalms IIS 16-18 Here is peace. Here is assurance.. '
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"Godand refuse to pay attention Saturday Psalms 1 1-6 -
to him when he gives direction .
for ,: .1
living .
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The exact word (In the ,Greek) .tI
is"on TUB rock" not"on A rock."
Anywhere In the world if you to
down far enough, you strike rock; ii,6t d -

connected and all the together rock of by the the world mighty is .. 'f. .... .. .""',,. ',,'t':. .,. .,",, .!/'. A'., ....'F ". "'1,. '.... .

forces God has created. So there
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is one Rock on which an enduring
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life can be founded: Christ and his -- \>? .- '

come teachings.to mtnd.lluman But 4 question beings are may of These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals and I

enormous Variety Their problems II Establishments: .
ant innumerable. Jesus could not, f
... and did not give us his mtnd u to . .I' rmrB ( . 1UJrJ **i\\r '
many of the most difficult problems > \

of our time. How then can wa '. .
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My that of all teachings truly successful' are the living bedrock t i MADISON DRUG STORE MORROW INSURANCE WESTERN AUTO STORE DUNN FURNITURE CO., 4.MADISON. .

Jesus could My*this, not because I I .. 1,1: c AGENCY J'. J. Sale Jr., Owner iXA. "J:,*
he was a new Moses,not because he MADISON" FLORIDA ,) 11
Florida '.
a lUdisoo. +tU J' ,
was delivering rules for everybodyon : Phone HU 3",=. lUdljoo.' Fix.J. Phone HU 3-2340
an '.. .O
occasion* Ht could My this I .' : :)
I because his teaching are the tmlTersal ; -
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bedrock beneath *S the '.. I 7"
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variety of human perseaaHUes sad ,'" rw c' t.' '" .. .. .. t ,'1:1
adtuations.Ks we SAW when feekisc MESSER ir QUALITY CLEANERS, \
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into the -OeUen_."Jews ffavts ct... _:.., m ) \C'/ 4 r ) > '*
principles rather tn rek He Yoor Friendly Home paper S3.TS a *: ; When clothes not. ...
B. DAV1& lac your are be*
does not do our thtaklnc for...Ke BATTERY J:' TIC .CO... .j-eari or,We a Copy from 'the Boys : v/ .t
furnishes the.Je"'ttlea'- e* *".*. il": ,.. ." Msdijoa Flaz'd* coming!... to you they shouldb.>> r ttom
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the weMIMt II ....'ftII tilt .C. '" I TAN CO. FzALEIGLALTU. I aLo1 t 1:
!bore II Mt asrlMre. 1 ltd. sasses ". ":: \ t CHERRY S "w SER\'ICM .
And It tIMtre II tAMs .as/sln MOTOR CO. J' '
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about every *>- '. Ms, It Y. tIIIIIt 1 lring and RepsMADT.CO.'f TRUCE & TRACTOR CO. STATION :

the sin wtQ set.....,. arise. tspest, 'Wi/ ........ Uadlsoo. Florida
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PAGKTBK THE' Z!fTBNL.JUa&lgOOfEDCa XADXSCft FtOfOSUE FRIDAY JUNE glib. I960

beaten -----j Rent an adding machine or I
Than when I wms boy, I typewriter at E-R office.
VIle Only
recent blunders on our part
'.KCHKtRMshed And vituperations on the other r ...Letniffkrand'fe. fell,. $1.00 a day, $4.00 .perweek*, Plumbing & Electric

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Weekly ,Subscription $3.76 Per Year in Advance r.tAtu'much more remote.BgskH.me t experts Mrs Wallace Wrote t and three Service and Repairs.
.. .!. Delayed Renewals $100 Per Year .. .. children
Mary Aileen Barbara
and
if- exhaust free! APPLIANCE REPAIR
system
l'I;: Advertising Bates Made Known on Application William of Ocala, and their guest,
Mrs Mary Carter Winter
of I
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Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-daw matter June Muffler and tail pipe Ga, came Monday for a visit with DICKIE THOMAS
25th, 1906, under Act of March 8.1879. Well, the President didn't get Mr and Mrs T J Beggs Jr. The "
to Japan, and that fs best installed for only Winter children will remain for a MADSSdtT; FLORIDA |II
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR. It was a mistake' In the first! two weekisit with then' grand. Shop located opposite.. Harris Super'i I i

AND ASSOCIATES if his hadany :parents. market *
r place trip arrangers 19c'; ,, _
HADKGIC RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 indications of a hostile! x Leave message at Harris Supermarket
Mrs Farris Bryant,".of Ocala .
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or can James Radio & T-V5;
NEW BKTBRFRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901CON30UDATED ,. reception, to schedule the visit spent Father's Day with her Shop'HU 3-6795
JUNE 25, 1908 and now that that part of the parents, Mr and Mrs D F Burnett.

t: T. C. MERCHANT, Edtfcer apt Publisher trip has turned out so disastrously DAVISSERVICE Don't delay doing more business

T. C. ME CHANT, JR. JtfjtfMfi&c Editor after his big welcome STATION Advertise NOW In THE E-R your
'. ,VRS. A. W. VANN, CKy Editor In Seoul he should come on ..l.'rl'=- friendly local gazette, a powerful NAVACO AWNINGS I
MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager.. home and stay home. After all, ,salesman for YOU. HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY ,
that is where he belongs : ._- Jf
become the largest in the

Southeast, second largest in the "- fficklcr Family Reunion .
whole South, and tenth largestin CEDAR ISLAND
County Of Lakes -
the nation. Oar own Eighth Suwsanee River State Park was
Congressional district has Lake County in Central Florida -, the setting Thursday June 16, for
+ grown more slowly than the has an area more than a mmjon of the Stickler family 5,000( ) Feet of Gulf Shoreline} 4,200 Feet

rfoNIR ether districts in the state and half again as great as Madison descendants of -Mr 0 0 Mkkler of

: if the Legislature divides the: County, and a population tour Tallahassee, and the Ute Dr Mick-
Bi lee The fifty descendants Pared Road Frontage
fathered
state nearly equally in establishing times as great. Most of the for the occasion were tW three

Our millk4ollftr[ rain finally [ the twelve districts we economy of the county is bunt children of the Hidden, Fred. Albert
came last week ea& With more stand a prospect of having around citrus, the growing, and Pestle! and their children Cedar Island, the newest of the Taylor County Gulf
rain in pfoepect at tide writing some more counties included in packing, canning and shipping and grandchildren. They IncludedMr communities invites you to join them in sun bathing,
swimming, boating, waiter skiing, fishing or just lolling
and Sirs Fred Mkkler, Mr and
I '(Monday Bwralag[ ), the rainfall our district. of oranges, grapefruit and Mrs E P Sanders Jr and two sons around living the good life. Engineering and planning

that began FriSfty morning tangerines. There"are more Mrs Nit Korfleet and two by Flood Wilson and Associates of Jacksonville, Moor-
fs now more than five inches. !C M/&ar than 120 square miles of bear tad Randy and Charlotte Fickler sons head Engineering Company of Ocala and Phillips and
\ The earth has been refreshed ink citrus trees in the county,' of Madison; Dr and Mrs Frederick Associates of Perry produced at Cedar Island a happy
crops have been saved, 'and a It is now only three weeks and the county is second in Mkkier and five children of Jasper blend of natural beauty and modern convenienc .

smile ,has replaced the look of until the Democratic National citrus production and in citrus Mn 0 0 MkJdcr, Mr and Mrs A,J REA electricity and fresh water are available to
Things appear decidedly Convention and five weeks until acreage in Florida. The countyis Oaks, Mr and Mrs Jack Walthal all lots. The large wooded inland lots have boating
concern. Senator and three children, Mr Brian. Stan canal and beach privileges and the few restrictions are
the Republican. also
big of
rosier now, and we can go a grower early fill and son Stan and Mr and Mrs for your protection. .
Ahead preparing for the harvest Kennedy is the front runner watermelons, with eight to ten Carl Thompson and two daughters,
t of our big crops. Generally we among the Democrats, and square miles devoted to this aH of Tallahassee: Mr and Mrs GULF FRONT LOTS. averaging about 60 x 115.
have noticed that the rain some of his supporters say he I.crop. Leading truck crops include Albert Ukkler of Lee: Mr and feet are from $2,500. to 3000. with $1,000. down pay.
i ment CANAL LOTS are from $850 to $1.450 with $100
comes before it Is too late, provided cannot be stopped now; how celery, beans, cucumbers, Mrs Howell Waring and three children down, and LARGE WOODED GULF VIEW LOTS from

we have done our part. ever, he doesn't yet have sweet corn tomatoes, eggplants. Clark, of and Madison three children Mr and of Mrs Behrue L E, $795 to $1,400. Deferred payments extended over three

enough votes to put him across. cauliflower, peppers, and other Neb; Mr and Mrs John Brelsfordand years and, if you insist, cash will be accepted. Title
Senator ,Johnson will probably t.able& Corn insurance is available if required.We .
Die of Best Maatks I''eg sweet potatoes two children of Terre Hill. Pa
get the bulk of the Southern Irish potatoes, peas, pea Mr and Mrs Robert MIckler and two are happy to become one of the growing beach
June, in many respects, is, support and some of the West. nuts, velvet beans, sugar cane. of their children were unable to at. communities of Keaton Beach, Dark Island, and Ezell
with its long days, one of the cm, and, shrewd as he is, may hay, and other field crops are tend due to Wness in the family. Beach. Luckily too, we have nearby that Toast of the
f best months of.the year. It is' bier pick up strength in the grown. Poultry and cattle raising A bountiful picnic lunch was Gold Coast. Johnny Knight's, the Howell Cafe, the Ezell
served at noon.MADISON. Cafe, the Howard Cafe and the Perry Mercury Marina.
:not only the month of graduates heavily populated states. Senator are extensive farming enterprises Lovely and picturesque Steinhatchee is only 12 minutes

and brides, but it'Is' the monthof Humphrey is out of the and fishing in the more TOBACCOMARKET away. For a relaxed and longer )life,, come down and
cucumbers well, they race, and Senator Symington than 1400 lakes in the countyis join us. After all, Old Boy you have only one life to
J started in in 1\lay-and of',will get some voles at.least. an important source of In- Bigger and live and definitely( the best spot'fo spend it is.J3EDAR

watermelons ate'one of Uic, If the contest -is not decided come. A Watermelon: Festivalis ISLAND. -." *.

sweetest ones we have ever' quickly, watch out for the held each year in Leesourg Better in 1960 I i Box 167 MARY LOUISE LINDSEY

tasted the other day, locally, eld horse, Stevenson, or for a largest city in the county, and *....
; grown, a Charleston Gray that: dark horse. '. an annual regatta is held in If you Want business NOW Phone 265' ; n BEN LINDSEY

sold in the store for a half Mr. Dora. The .county was ADVERTISE NOW! Perry, Florida -
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dollar-and of peas and beans! formed from Sumter and For its many lakes. Next week,

nnd squash and okra and!,Doesn't Throw: Passes Orange counties and was named Lee county. ._ --

ro's'n'ears and tomatoesand I I On the Republican side we I .. -- -
blackberries, and other good i', .
but Nixon.
cannot see anyone "
Tomatoes somewhat I .
things. are .
several a n -
Rockefeller assayed r d,:
late this year but they have'months ago to give him a run, II r
begun to come in, and there but quit because he saw he had I .S..1.t 4r
is*nothing better than tomatoes I r
no chance. More recently he )
picked ripe right frpm the bush .
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I has jumped into the limelight :\ ; 9
or vine-we eat them almost
again and just as a person told
every morning of the rear for
Us once that another person
breakfast, even the shipped '1,
vho was buying some syrup
ones that were picked green "talked like a bootlegger" so d no .
when we can't get the ripe : .
we will say that Rockefeller Whertto : "
',' _, ones. The figs will be along has been talking "like a candi- *,. yr
,. 'shortly and our big tobacco r
do believe "
date. However, we not
crop comes in next month; in can t .
Rockefeller make
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., fact, gathering is already In much headway; he wants to .' .

, .: j roress.I pet Nixon embroiled in some .
i
I -, controversial questions, but a : Why.not relax at fioQiewitftElediue ..
H F. OrOwiMarkL. football team that has practically
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won game go *'
We do not know at this writing -
ju what day the tobacco throwing forward passes.

markets will open, but it is not Y
ai Hit too early for us to begin Mire Remte y.

h :talking Up our own) Madison We are not too happy with ::: ..,CONDITIONING'. 'Hw

a County ,market, to try to get the offerings of either party.t ""
: every pound of tobacco sold We had hoped that of them all

,:.{'w ", *, ; here that we possibly can, and one man might stand out as Want to stretch your two-week rotation? Then festal I

1::', ::' to give the very best service,j accenting a peaceful approachto electric air conditioning In your.hoot. 11'. the economkal

.h'' ,', ," and the very best price that the menacing problems of way to enfoy mountain top coolness: oil summer long. You,

:; Y'j can be found anywhere. I the day,". but we have not seen cent help tat fee better, sleep better. And thus rv>

him Unless it might be, in part, hvmWity-oo mildew, moisture ee dampness. 11Mt,.',

: :* F... New CfigressiKi Stevenson. President Eisenhomer plenty el Hot weather aKeea so t plan t ,

at times, seemed thatJie NOW for cool amf t.. Gel 1M.facts
estimates that _
Best now are
Florida will "getfouriiew: members might be such a man, and, I r from yovr dealer, and yo H Hudelecfrk
t tj; if so, we could forgive him of '. ally wxw&wmJng costs ttft'j ,
of Coagress or a total of
; anything else over which we ..... yew .....
' result of our bur- ,
twelve, as a :
might find fault, but as 'the : :
I it. coning population as figured
," sad English. poet Hood -wroteof
!; in the new census. California himself : .:
! tops the country in increase '
,' **l remember, J. remember LIrnIA r.' _. E C' !. I n.: .
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.. of Congressmen, getting= eight The fir-trees dark and high; ,! ,.
;I:. i new ones, but FferioVs percentage "I used to think their slender tops .
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.. 'tJ" of increase ice population lt"Were was close ft childish against ignorance the sky, a I ,;jI,t.' ::: .., : ..",. .. 1 ...

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*- HOWERTON ,SUPPLY CO.] MADBON TOBACCO I wvv -,- II IIRe.UpMlster Sd Tsittcct Mawfeai i .
is your conditional S "& H, For The Best Quality B r Iv I
6.70 x 15 black-tube typeGoo&ichSafeiyS.
Green Stamp building supplies MARKET Bigger aid aM1iA '

,supermarket, selling everythingto IC .

build anything. Better H INIHwter at.the most reasonable prices IN MADISON ". ;" .

_. ANYWHERE; TJe
-- $10.95 j
Mr and Mrs Rand u H Howe = -- ---- ( f ,
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Jr united with the First Methodist YI Laid To .r. FAMILY REUNION .'j h."j "l\\ \.
Church Sunday.morning.Let's ( f plus tax& recappable tin
A family reunion was held Sun- ,

--- Rest At Sai Pdre day at the borne of Mr and Mrs Pinetta Garage
Sam Lamb. At the noon boar a I

fo. picnic lunch was served on the Phone IIU 3-2304, Ptoetta Fix
Graveside services were held Saturday lawn. .

afternoon at San Pedro f x Amoeg those attending were llr .,
DeepSeaFISHING cemetery for W Young Hunter, 79,
and Mrs Sam Lamb Jr of Milwaukee E-R's for tale at :Madison Drug NOW is the time to advertise bi ;
who died Thursday night at his i
Wise; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Stcft.I ,
home in PCIT The Rev James h The E-R. i
) Burnett and it
family; Ur and Mrs t
Howell of Perry, pastor of the Burton !Waimrrlcbt and Mr and Mrs I
ON"TIlE Baptist church, of which the Call oIf Write Albert WiUUmv all of Madison, COUNCILMAN- Sell Tobacco in Madison

WINNER" deceased was a member conductedthe MRS. C. M. PLANT and Carroll Lamband Mr Arthur lines Boyd of Greenville was

rites. Pickets and IOn of Jacksonville; elected or, of the Councilman at and *
Mr Hunter was a native of Madison
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415 a henry St.. Madiioa Mr and Mrs Chandler Pickets. Boys' State In Tallahassee Monday.Mr .
county, son of the late Mr and Palatka; Mrs Harold Clark, Tallahassee I
Mrs J Q Hunter of the San Pedro Phone HU 3-6650 and Mrs Dave McGrlff and' TRADE IN MADISONMrs
section, but had lived in Perry for Hours: to 11, 12 to 350Representing
daughter Cindy of Leesburg.Mrs .
Crandeil Mr
and Mrs George ,
i |he PUt 37 years, where he was I
connected with a, lumber company. and Mrs Everett Souver and Mr Hardy 'Griffin of Jacksonville

Survivors include his wife, Mrs RE.UPFURNITUREHOLSTERI D F Burnett was hostess to: Richard Souver of Lutz spent the li visiting Mr and .Mrs Walter
weekend here with Mrs Pearl Cooper here this week. '
Dellar Pickles Hunter of Perry two WHOLESALE the Thursday Bridge Chab. Visitors
M sons Carl of Perry and Gordonof 311 S. Fast St playing were Mrs J 0 Wade Mrs Oglesby of Cherry Lake. George
Box 1004<<
Jacksonville; three daughters, James Conway and Mrs T J Beggs fell In love with Madison when he VALDOSTA FEDERAL pays 4%
Phone CH 2-1970 Jr. A dessert course was served. was staying here some years ago, INTEREST. .
-65 Feet Ltd Mrs Nellie Holton, Mrs Inez Grant- ,
VALDOSTA GEORGIAALL Day lilies were used to decorate the
and spoke of It as "a small town,
and Miss
ham Fannie B Hunter,
18 Feet Wide
rooms. Jimmy Bevan and friend Lynn
heart"Tobacco
but with a big
all of
Perry sisters
; and seven : WOREVncoaiitlonify
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Snack Bar
Colquitt who was visiting him last
Miss Rebecca Hunter Miss Louie Guaranteed Mr and Mrs Adam Weisx and
week, left this weekfor Foley
CHARTERS MONDAY Hunter; and Mrs Carrie Hestop, of EASY TERMS Mias Carolyn Weisz left Wednesdayfor Sell in Madistn where they are members of Buck- ....
Jacksonville; Mrs H H FJourneyand visit with relatives in South
THROUGH FRIDAY a '.
ey engineering staff. Both graduated
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I Leaves Dock 7:30 A. M. Mrs Martha Whittle of Salerno; from Georgia Tech this year.ER's

Returns 5 to I P. M. and Mrs Melissa Kelly of Quincy; Seakard Men Sbckd tana.ER's
Trips Open To Individuals etides-a large number of otherrelatives. for sale at Twin Oaks I TRADE IN MADISON for sale at Pinetta Drag
Store.
Grocery. i I .
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1 Miss Becky Osborn of Moultrie '

... $5.00 PER. PERSON Is spending a few days here .with. HANCOCK UNCONSCIOUS- FOR C'MONIN' '; .*.:' "
Prof and Mrs J C Moore and SOME TIME *.,

amUy.Messcr. :,. '

*. Bwl TajkrSTEINHATCHEE H Hugh Hancock,. agent and J THE DEALING'S 4 f : 4in

FLA. R.wy LaWll.M.wers B OTSteen, of the Seaboard Railway "' .
were both shocked by light :
PHONE: plug atthe Seaboard GREAT Save $200 $400( : '1
Crow City HYS3423Stetnhatcbte Battery & Ire depot here, during the thunderstorm passenger. ,


#:#:#:#:':#.':'4g, #I, C.ny last Mr Friday Hancock morning was working on Get big car performance big car roominess, compact car savings-all with a : ;

I I II some tickets when he received a ) :.
E-R'a for sale at Salman's Sun-'I E-R's for sale at Greenville Drug I telephone call over the city system free-and. easy deal-tne kimTonly your independent Studebaker dealer can ''''f.'i' f,\
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dries. Store. ,and it was during this conversation dclivt Deal with him today and remember Official used car reports i ; I
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q C: C: that the bolt struck. He was burned
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from the left ear to the elbow and prove The Lark holds iu value better than any other low-priced six

was thrown to the floor where be r ,
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.. time. Mr O'Steen thought the periodof Tff4m t
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unconsciousness may have beenas Ste lite.Compact ttilbi C "fIIOl/ #.. t-g BYSTVDEBAKBR I

1 much as twenty minutes, but Mr i I ,
Hancock: thought It was not that
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long. A physician was called and

PEAS FOR CANNING, siso per bu. medical attention given. No serious
effects appeared and Mr Hancock

G!. RED SWEET ,POTATO PLANTS was able to go to Jacksonville the 4
next day' to attend the big Jehovah's
Witness convention.
$3.51 'per &manl A short whBe later Mr O'Steen

who,relieved Mr Hancock at tht; depot 4 L Ai
received a telephone: call and
FENCING BARBED WIRE POULTRY NET-
during the conversation he also re
TING I STOCK SALT-ALL KINDS OF POULTRY AND ceived shock. A terrific noise __

STOCK FEED GROCERIES FRUIT sounded in his ear and he got away !tic a

from the phone as quickly as possi I t "

K S MOSQUTJO; SPRAY-TOBACCO POISON TOBACCO TWINEURLESA&NS ble. Be Was shaken up, but did not : 8
lose consciousness lie was given "

medJine to ward oU. headache, t'S

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Bride c.-.e4 Card'of'
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\1 and candelabra! from Mrs Fralelgh. -
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CO. Three: hostesses complimented Sr. To our many friends we wish to 4-lf leaders attended a 4-H
pSINGER SEWWG MACHINE Mrs William; Stiefel with a express our deep appreciation for record workshop Friday afternoon*
luncheon last Thursday at the home -Xt- their kindness and sympathy shown June 17th. to learn more about 4-H
309 S. PATTERSON STREET of Mrs J J Sale Jr at Lakeside.. Mr and Mrs G B TindaQ and i la the passing of our beloved husband record keeping and to more ably
1 CE A.i.a \ Hostesses with Mrs Sale were her four children of Columbus Ga. and father Mr N C Gibson. assist 4-H members with their
VA _J9ADl visited the Sever Gar, Klnard and We shall always J e gratefuL records. .
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daughter Ashley FraJelgh, and
Machine: Repair Rental Sewing.Courst licrcini families all relatives in May God bless yon b our prayer. The workshop was conducted by
t Mrs T L Frsleigh. Fourteen .
guests Madison and Jacksonville Ian week MRS. N. C. GIBSON Miss Ann Thompson, State Girls ..U
LYIk.NMi were seated for the three course 1L B. GIBSON, Agent and Mrs Almon Zipperer
$9.56 -ao. luncheon. XX T. GIBBON Home Demonstration Agent Leaden -
f White dads and mums decoratedthe Mr and Mrs Laurie Cherry and JULIAN GrosoNDon"t who attended were: Mrs E F
dining room aDd-d1ow springflowers children of Lee attended the Florida Almand of Lee, Mrs Paul Mcdune.
CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-2304 COLLECT State Poultry Producers Con delay doing more business
were used in the living and Madison and Mrs Smith of
Jane Advertise NOW in THE E I1, Roy
,. vcmJon 20 and :31 at DaytonaDeath your
Service In 24 Hours Florida morn The 'hostesses presented local the Hanson Home Demonstration
*(1'. .) They spent Stinday at the friendly gazette, a powerful
the boooTfe with a corsage, beach. r 'A :_" ? \ ..... salesman for .YOU. Ciub. It ...A.'i**''.1 .j.. rT7T ::1 1:

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her corsage was of carnations. .
MARTTN-TOWNSEND C r .," i 4 There was reception immediate .t! ".L' :?, 'itGET ... ,.... ) "
the The wedding .. ,1
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cake consisting of four tiers aces : ...f. \., -: .-.
topped with A miniature bride and ,'Ia. '. :.
MIX Betty Townsend daughter of groom. The cake was centered upon ... J. .. I .THE \ : .,
Mr and) Mrs H E Townsend o/ the table with a candelabra. cacti ,., 1\ ,. ...,.. ::\ "I I'"N .:
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George W Martin son cut and served the cake. Mines ....
Mr George Martin of. Greenville, Loraine and Gall I "
Townsend Keller CAR : 41" _'.... ,
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on 12. poured punch. Assisting were Palsy "
The Rev*. Lewis D Hughen and .
Kelley and Joan Martin. :, .
Dozier Sapp performed the ceremony Mr and Mrs Martin left after the ( ..
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' ? reception for a short hOOf!)" 'moon,
branches made .....,.
:Magnolia and palm a at Panama City. ", ..
beautiful background with a basketof Approximately JOQ Irnests attended% .. '
white gladioli with mums. Jo: the wedding. tCARDwllANKs1. .JB* i fJ .1 I
Ann Townsend, sister of the ride ? .+ ,.
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street length dress of yellow nylon 4' 'lot"
chiffon over taffeta fashioned witha .
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scalloped neckline with full skirt. : q
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mums with matching ribbon. We wish to express our appreciation ..... ,!I
Jerry Elam of Greenville was best to our many friends, who "", ,... "
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nan to the bridegroom.The showed us so much kindness *and ,'j"T .t.1' : '
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dress of white chiffon over taffeta. death of our beloved mother. We 'f '

The fitted bodice was of white lace are deeply grateful for tEe care : ., ..0 "
with long sleeve She carried hands41.of : \ ; ,
a she received at ,the the ( f'r': # >
bouquet of white'carnations centered doctors and nurses at the "Madison( J. ; . .
with a white orchid with a purple County Memorial Hospital We ...: ....t ... ; THAT'GOT: : : 'I: ''.
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throat with ribbonMrs r'#
matching thank everyone who sent Bowers, i!' ; s .
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Townsend the brides mother cards food .or ta any other way ., AO .f l t
wore a beige chiffon dress, with I expressed their sympathy. May God '
beige accessories, her corsage was I richly bless each and every one ; .
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of carnations. Mrs Martin mother;:of*you. I. .. ; .4 : r ...
of the bridegroom, wore a blue : The Family of Mrs Charles : .. '
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(i) What kind of foods? lou of room for a 1 family of six,plus a vacationVwonh: of luggage." "our-d'ogr;: wagons \

t. r_ r with loads of hauling space (72 cu. ft.). A rattle-proofed, Lust-proofed and fully unitized body. Bump-shrugging

; IIJI :3orson-Aire suspension. A nickel-nursing tc/W engine that males every trip an economy run. An :alternator

electrical system that nukes your battery J last lots longer. Looks that "'"'.. .,

F .' ICII CltlAMII make the low surprising That's the kind of goods .
price tag even more : ValiantMOTOR ; I' ; ;:-
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IHURSDAtS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON .
Rbe Friendly Assodatlofcf fcjg> ift(5Ug&( to serve You, Small \ ;,

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-' Mr- Wm. Stephens, formerly of months, ha been transferred MRS. CHARLES t ",j
t*J POWELL, SR.
GrowersUseOfMakk:Ciulieied Madison who hat been a patient i I Tobacco Growers! You
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In Lake City V. A., Hospital for two! V. A Jlotpiui In Owen, fr C.your Charge rt

Mrs Charles PoweU Sr, age 11. i .
V died in the Madison County Memorial gain TWO ways whenyou ". ,'i'If 1
Hospital Tticxiay, June 11, A slight *'"
charge Is made for JB
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Hydrazide (MH-30)) + -- In after Lowndes a brief illness. She bad lived SELL TOBACCO IN ALL ENTERTAINMENT't
County. Georgia and NOTICES
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May Hurt ,TdbacceMarket dome.. Madison County Florida all her fife. (regardless of sponsor) *
,' Pinetta had been her home for i MADISON and TRADEIN I I
.i ALL NOTICES OF MONEY
; for keeps many yearsShe was a loyal member ,
\ of the Pinetta Methodist church RAISING PROJECTS

I, ,w 1 ,... 'iIii\t! ....- "., ., Survivors include her husband, MADISON! (regardless otf! sponsor) ?, 4
j Charic Powell, Sr. of Pinetta two ALL NOTICES.IN"-ADVANCE!
The United States Department oAgriculture I /\.U daughters Mrs B F Moseky of ABOUT MEETINGS.. OF. ANY?
cautioned tobacco grow. Lake Qty and Mrs Jack Woodwardof KIND ,
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era that the use of maleic hydrazide (40... ., ; three IOnS L A Powellof (regardless of organization) ;
(MIi-30)) on tobacco to control sucker Gainesville, Charles Powell Jr Prices
growth could seriously jeopardize Gulf life Insurance will Itcep of Perry and Gi'ady W Powell of i duction costs are reasonable.force: Rising pro
us omit ALL
the tobacco price support pro. your home in the farm]/ifyou Orlando; one sister, Mr Iler FREE ADVERTISING.GOBYK.ELLY'S to
pram and the domestic and export do DOt outlive your Ii Carter of Lake Park; 10 grandchildren -
markets for United States tobacco. and a number of nieces
%xnortgag.There are several
This caution to growers was released and mpbexFuneral jvo
by USDA after it bad reoeived \ pUns-with exclusive services were held *

strong; protests against the Adpt-APltn feeturec.Atk Thursday June 16 at 11:00 .. m. ,

use of the chemical from the major 1;d.y,:.' ;. ,+ )'OUi u1llUelfj\t! t.Wvc.-. .-.. In the PinetU Methodist church FOR YOUR WATCH REPAIRINawi
tobacco companies. f it 4o. !,"r The Rev W D Hicks pastor and tecompanied at the piano by Mrs ., i
The buyers emphatically stated \ f'it the Rev J Paul Touchlon Madison Herbert Jones.Pallbearers Courteous Service : !
that they will not knowingly buy t k 4; !t 1. Methodist minister, officiated. were Paul,, Washington Outstanding Values i". ,
tobacco treated with ths chemical. Two songs, I Wont Have To Waldo Kinsey. Tillman Washington Come In and See UsKELLVS
Their protests were based on evidence uIfLIf. a Cross Jordan Alone, and Rock of .llarvey Keeling. W. B. '
collected from their laboratory Ages were sang by Mrs Robert Ooody. John HolUngsworth. Emmett REPAIR SHOP, :, 0

tests on flue-cured: burtey Mary- FMifttfftd. 11(1 a Hrr.Off*.,J ck*..rrM ie, Flwitfa ..j Carter, sits a).tsrpa Bland Mrs Caston and 4 T Woodward MADISON, ,. .a1h ;,.'..-t".'i' !
land and cigar tobaccos which they ,.. Robert Goddard and Frank Rentz Banal was in Mt. Zion cemetery. 1 :L'+ Y 'i
contend showed that malclc hydra- \ ... r r. was -. ..
tide (MH-30) seriously affects the l". '1." ., .. tL ,
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physical and chemical properties of \ ? ...', ttL',.#; .' : ... F ".. ; : 4' .' '" '.- ','0
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the leaf. The treated tobacco, they .J '}i" ''!o ;.1 .. iii .: \ t ,_ .. : .
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stated tended to be more denseIn .;:i. t i\ \ "" '' .&L. '::- *... JIIJIl.' -
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leaf structure and to a ...-.**f>*.,M*..*l..rfcr-fcr.**....,t..**L c..c.... Ie M.f 1 iH J 4 3e1..w taw*j+n taw ki n+w S-Hbyt, NBCTVI -. h'Bas park bbowro.ka.& r.AtiC-1Y. '
soggy nature and poor texture, resulting t" !t .. I
in poor taste.A ,. .l .
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loss of firmness In treated tobacco .ij '
Loss of .. 4$ : .
also reported. ,
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overcome firmness in in tobacco manufacturing, a quality, is considered not g *|Shy shouldn't' you enjoy THE FEATURES THAT MAKE CHEVY'\ Jf. WJ '

the r .
a serious defect by J "t.
tobacco trade. Cigarette manufacturers "
are especially critical of this
characteristic of treated tobacco U # .'I' 'I' ', ,

since filled consumers cigarettes. :prefer firm, well- f .. ., .. y r 1.c: F
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While the buying companies Insist 9 ; 1.i; p
that they will not knowingly .... .' a .. '

buy treated tobacco, they ,readily 'I' .. .
admit that treated tobacco In I I ;J 1
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many Instances, does not show adverse ... "
physical effects that can be! .,' .
detected on the auction .
floor. In these Instances, I.t J < :/
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cal attributes and inferior smoking 'In '" \. k, 'I .. I
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quality can only be established by .. ,\ : f
laboratory tests and in factory < '; ;...:, t y ? r ---J:'
operations. This discovery will take
place long after the buyer has ;
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crease. .. ,., J
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docks, samples are made available : i .,
for inspection 'by prospective buy : .
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loan. If the buyer wishes he may s 0 I
take samples for testing in the z- _
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laboratory to determine among : ; ".
other things whether or not the
tobacco was treated with maleic 0
',; hydrazide (MH-30)). Where the use : .
of maleic hydrazide (MH-30) is ,
suspected, USDA said it is doubtful _
b v that such tobacco would move' freely r
' into the channels of trade.
Thus, there would be an accumulation

tobacco of under burdensome loan. This surpluses would not ot! sure a cinch to see why Chevrolet is Americas biggest seller for 1960. Just look over all the fine .j


I only support jeopardize program the but tobacco would price also features you won't find in any other car of the leading low-priced three: FULL COIL SUSENS1CN'1hat; : :t


cause acreage future allotments reductions in farm'1 cushions your ride With coil Springs at the rear as well as. up front. shift-free, satin-smooth : j':

rMr and: TURIOGLIDE, the only automatic transmission in Chevy's field that eliminates even a hint of at t'j.
and Mrs Earl R Payne

! $011 Tommy are moving this week \ shift.. up to nearly 3.1 inches more entrance height, three inches more front seat width i in thatROOMIER f:
, to Cleveland, Georgia, where Mr ,
I will be Head of the Englbi\\ BODY with sill and deck lid '
! Payne BY FISHER .'. .,an EASIER LOADING TRUNK a new lower a ;
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: Department of TrUett-McConnell
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!i .. Junior College and Mrs Payne will. 1 that's as much'as a foot and a half wider. See your dealer soon for a carload of reasons why t
t be Head Nurse of The Neal Hospital -

'r', in Cleveland. a YOU CAN'T BUY ANY CAR FOR LESS UNLESS ,4 sHl\ IT'S A LOT LESS CAR r'

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t Advertice Now In THE E-R your '. rk ". f
friendly local gazette, a powerful ., Cllh'YRtLL7

salesman .for YOU. ;
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Tebcco Growers! Yi. RiUry Lawn Mowers at Power Lawn Mower Service at THIEVES GET EIGHTY '
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO DOLLARS IN GREENVILLE
IT COSTS so tmiE i
,, gain TWO wknyw t f NEw BOOKS AT LIBRARY .
ways MekrBallCTy&TffeCop.any Thieves broke open a mechanical .:,

'YEf MEANS SO MUCH SELL TOBACCOS .Two new books heading the Best machine in Greenville at McLeod some time Service last Station Friday ;!"'

.. Sellers list at the Madison Public night and got off with about $80. '.
MADISON and TRADE Library are Hawaii by Michcner. There was no attendant at the 'i
T Rev Paul Tbochton and Mi Griffin and Dear and Glorious& Physician by station, and so far no clue to the '
The peace of mind that, Bishop went to Valdosta :Monday Taylor aldwelLifisON theft. -:;
INMADISON! '
afternoon to attend committal ,
1 1 comes from knowing that
rites at Sunset HB1 cemetery for Mr Frank Fleming of Abbeville, {
your valuables are safe in Matinee Specials Mr John "Walter West TOBACCO S C is here tor a visit with her son "
and daughter-in-law'Mr and Mrs '"
our theft-proof; fireproof( o :oo xxxxococs oo MARKET Bigger and Charles Fleming and family .
At Race
Track
VALDOSTA FEDERAL pays 4%
vault is worth times
many INTEREST. &tterinl9GO I .
VALDOSTA FEDERAL 4
Montioello (SpedaJ-Spcn.) fans pays %
the modest box rental. In North Florida and South Georgia Y..ctl.1"J.1..1V INTEREST ta.(
who have been collecting /an- .
tactic qulniela payoffs at the Jeller-
lOa County; Kennel Club just north .& ; I
of Monticello will be able to .. .' A. .
BANK OF GRF.ENVIUt4r. > :Ji cash in pa a matinee special start ''ir ,...}P'. (.' ''',: I e .
Ing Saturday. ,' } R- ,.j F .
Manager Steve Andris has f. ,, :
announced ..
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i MEMBER OF FEDERAL INSURANCE ..DEPOSIT that the Irst 200 fans ''If

CORPORATION M I to enter the gates for the daytime ..J.
GREENVILLE, FLORIDA programs which start at 2:15 o'clock
o ,. .. will oe admitted free to the grandstand r tc .
area.Plans ;
; Mafefi Mn Rosa Bishop of Creenvflle are now being made for a )' i '- ,",
I Sell Tehcci I I left this week to join her daughter huge Fourth of July week end of 4- .
greyhound racing. A matinee will
'ad at Montreal N C where they will be held on Saturday and another ,. ,
spend some time. matinee will be held on Monday

TRADE IN MADISON) both first 200 starting tans at free 2:15 offer o'clock.Hill also The Why .r .

I G-E AppfiaccsHmrtM hold good for these two daytime,. r '
programs.
Store.E-Ws for sale at Roberts* Drug Supply Co.

NEW PASTOR AT LEE AND
HICKORY CROVE
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I iI Rev and Mrs-L E Denslow and ,; ,.t... afi 6f
daughter Miss Bertha Denslow.

St. have arrived at their new home atLee .: ,
J. Rev Denslow .
where the Mr ..- '.
Georgefit will serve the Lee and lUckoryGrove Mercury
Methodist churches. They arrived
from Alturas in Polk County
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Rev Denskms former p tonte. ...
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Island Miss Denslow... graduated Id .
ZiZ'tf June from\BarCow High School"and '

: will; continue her studies at the t VALUE.Just look at these Mercury advutafeei ,,'Z,
I .'....... -- university of Florida School of'Nursing. over other low-price earl: ,
The Denskwrs have four ot&er IS You rid moothtr because Mercury"has up to 8 inch
lth IsIui Wi k a F"'e"( children: the Rev D Ross Demlow DOT wbeeJbase and Is up to 494 pound heavier.
Methodist pastor at Fort Lauderdale Y ft're wore ewtfortoife because of Mercury's extra shoulder '. ,
L E Jr and James Albert Demknrgraduates room leg room,and foot room you a
of the University of fed fafer becauae Mercury's brake. :
SW OllNG-BOATlSG-PICNICKIN =SUMP: Florida, and continuing work-there are bigger (up to 28%), and visibility t
toward Matter's degrees, and Mrs the t beteMORE is,better(up to 11% more). '.',
CASTING DEEP SEA FISHING
f Robert G Cole, of Cocoa. : Mercury baa at least two down
.* t extra values.Why not enjoy them .; ,
aU, and cave a little money,toot
BorglaryAtDmm .
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THE LOWEST-PRICED V-8

New units are now open with bayaldc waterfront lots, Furniture Thieves Company broke into some the time Do&n last I OW. POWERED PLYMOUTH FURY OR + ,

inland canal lots for sale with beautiful pine, oak and Thursday night by pining entrance CHEVROLET IMPALA.

palm trees. Streets at front and waterway at rear for through the front door which had
And we're not tatting about a'stripped'Mercury:
been pried with crowbar ,, '
open a aother
boating pleasure..WATERFRONT
your .. This price comparison k based on a deluxe-
..... .t ., o, ....,. .. ....",.. had been heavy closed instrument.at'ip The story ..". ", '< .c appointed Monterey with luxurious nyloninteriorand .
m Thursday : ce deep, soft wall.to-wsl carpeting ,.,
; LOTS $2500 UP.v for the half-day regular closing and :pr :
the theft was not discovered until TbJs! amazing price story Is the result of '

"INLAND, LOTS,.$1000 UP. ... 7:30 Friday morning.A '-' Mercury's dramatic 1960 price reductions (as .
-' number of radio, radio-rrea- r much as 1174 lower than last year,including extras :
1 TERMS 20% DOWN, $25 PER LOT MONTHLY that are now standard equipment). '
der combinations, electric fan,
"' I ONLY G% INTEREST ,. cigarettes and other articles' ofmerchandise J M1s.er ury fa l lower priced than last year. All ,
were reported missing ULI Monterey are now fae-prte ears. They are priced
I : by Jake Cay, salesman, Indicating a below or within a few doilan of,the other de luxe VSerieam <.
the low-price field. Come in. See for yourself. ,
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would have been necessary to haul rsi0 Nw kN saw hi r N y.s. \II ,
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away the stolen articles
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;a ..e Farm Beck; .- -

Mrs T C Goody and Mrs C D 'I I
_. J Tomlinson entertained sixteen guest _
iUIII ., Friday with a patio luncheon in .
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; \ the beautiful new patio In.,the .
garden of the home of Mrs Carroll
.' 1S kest Properties ; "'. Elalodc In spite of the rain' and
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: stormy weather guests enjoyed a
delightfully informal afternoon
following a bountiful noon Juncheon.
H. G. Smith is on'the island every.weekend F wers from the Blalock garden I
were used on the luncheon taoks.
R rY +
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sssisted the hostesses with the hos
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: ,. ; ,.. Frank Fleming of Abbeville S C
0 H. 'G.:,.SIfIH ( .'.' who as the former Miss Lois c Under a .
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i' was a resident here 'twenty
OFFICES, REALTOR" five year ago, and Mrs T R Jack r --SEE THE 1H9 KERCURY.THX BETJ'm'LOW-PRICJCARAT---.- ,
son, of Valdosta, guest of Mrs Paul
FLORIDAN 'HOTEL : PHONE 3-4259 Touchton Other guests were MrsJ
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TALLAHASSEE' FLA, ?. t !a'' 11P.' 0. BOX' 1035 D F Burnett Mrs J P Morrow.Mr .HARDEE MOTOR CO.
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In your neighborhood through T.V Your: Sewing Notions
Ij Be the Avon RepreseaUUve in your
neighborhood' and tnrn spare time Pleas* DO NOT pane In the McCAL ..SiL1UCTTY PATTERNS
,into moray Write AVON, Box 3103 ttFASCO] street and make your newsboy run
MSS Tallahasaee, Fla. advt.SajWfieM out Into the street to make a sate.
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DUSTS SPRAYS
OUT of and
to STAY the streets

W. B. DtvKy Jr. Tifecct Griwers! YMJ, HOWARD MOKGANHighway I I tj hff* will with appreciate us AND your THEM co-operat-for t

90 West THEIR SAFETY. Thank you Very
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ACREAGE FARM fair'TWO' ways when Miss Pearlie Ruth Sapp, daughtei Phooe FOrest 2-2016 troche

BUSINESS INDUSTRIALESTATES of If r and Mrs S R Sapp of Madison LIVE OAI, FLORIDA
1 RESIDENTIAL SELL TOBACCO IN and Don L Whltfiekl. son olMr Mrs Edward Bishop of Aucilla
APPRAISALS' Y. and Mrs Curtis Whitfkkl of( and daughter, Mrs Joe Uolden. and

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE MADISON ml 1RADENMADSON Perry were united In marriage SISTER DIES two children of West Palm achwfI'e

112 TITLE Welt INSURANCE Base 8teeetflmA Friday June 10. to the Moseley guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs

MADL3OxOs flail Baptist church. The Rev Mrs John Walter West died Saturday Fred Mlckler.Goodyear
Phoae HUHADDEN 3-817 Dozier Sapp, uncle of the bride, morning at her home In Atlanta -
1 performed the ceremony and Mrs CALL AT
ESTATE POSITION WANTED: Stenographic' J.t&xIAe111ttJeJd of Perry rendered She was a sister of Mr 'C P

I Large 3-bedroom home, X acre. or Business general College office, work.6 years Massey,experience. -j' the organ music and marches. Kelly of Madison. One daughter, Tires $11.95 The SPINNING WHEEL
dote to Metal Plant needs repairs : Shorthand typing bookkeeping White gladioli and mums and an Jdrs S E Thatcher, and ODe son,
but a good buy for $10,001X1090 and teletype. Best ofi arch of burning white candles at the James W West both of Miami survive 670 x 15, Afl-Weather, tube type, CASTLE PARK SHOPPING
\ caah, $75 per month; or 99000) references. Call Hunter 34829 altar made a pretty background. ; 'also four brother and two plus: tax and recappable tlre CENTER s
cash. or write P. O. Box 57S. JS.U I CLOSE IK The bride was given in marriage Funeral services were held In Atlanta MESSERBallery&Tireo.,

208 acres good farm and ,atureland NOTICE) : by her father, and had as her maid Monday morning and burial Don't delay doing more business
.small lake, It. mite on fclfb- of honor. Was Muriel Bass; Miss that afternoon was in Sunset PHI -Advertise NOW In THE E-R, you!
way, tobacco allotment, large frame To whom it may concern: No Brenda Morgan of Orlando, wasjunior In Valdosta friendly local gazette, a powerful
II me. Price 126,5 60.: Teraa trespassing no dumping of trash brides-maid. salesman for YOU.
I no burning on ny property l at John Dormaxt was best ruin, and Mrs T C Merchant Jr and daughter ,
LOCINDY:, J. AIIB! ,I prosecuted/aierry Lake, Violator will !be ushers were Doyle Sapp and Mary 0 Ann are visitor friends

MRS ANNIE L ILVRRISOK. Howard Whltfltld of Perry. DeLon and relatives In Chapel inn, N C,

REALTOR( a .cz.2t.pd Cruce of Greenville, was Junior and Grtenvflk, S C. OLD TIRES -,- .
croomsAaa. Miss'LaVorme Martin -x- .
Byron hotel Phone HU 3-6648 Mosquito fogging attachment .for of Greenville kept the bride's book Mr and Mrs Dan Griffin had as >-
MADISON, FLORIDA your power ,lawn mower HOWER- '.in the vestflule. guest Monday Mr Griffin's brother ARE UNSAFE :
TON SUPPLY COMPANY lster-in-law .
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Miss Bass wore blue lace over and Mr and Mrs .
SALE
FOR -- Townsend .
P&.1mor Atlanta.
LIVE STOCK AUCTION taffeta fashioned with ballerina "'"
Spring Tire Sale is now going ,
Better Than Renting dose to SELL your cattle and hop In our jdrt She wore a matching of bandeau -
schools, college, not crowded new auction each Monday. Sales start at in bes hair and carried: a bouquet Mrs Ebbfe CampbeU of Lee was on-Come in and get your set
tliree-bedroom house nearing corn 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARD ". of pink carnations.' admitted to the Tallahassee hospital of Firestone Tires. Now at a
, pletion. Reasonable down payment Inc MontlceQo Fla. : ; Miss Morgan was attired in pink Friday.TerniiesSwarnilng. great savings.
balance monthly. Registered Angus bulls for sale \
I 0 organza similarly fashioned: to the
all times. / rY/q"//////////
JOO-acre farm, allotments, two at maid of honor's. Her bandeau was
houses and -barn. Good dirt, near of matching material; aDd she I I
schools and church, on paved road.20Scre J. D. Scriggs carried a bouquet of light blue car ? II I

J () farm near town that FORESTER nations. CALL
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will be good to you and for you. REGISTERED SURVEYOR LOVELY BRIDE
Ph. lit! 34186MADISON The bride chose chantilly lace BurkeExterminating
For best results, list your property
her
FLA. md bridal satin for gown
with ashtoned with off the shoulder

\ Br" 'iDoatiby STOPIJSTEN! todice and three tiered ballerina Co. SERVICE STATION

nark She wore a jacket of lace Phone 233-J Perry. Florida HUJ6601mrr
I REALTOR LUMBER LUMBER f' I.f eaturing sleeves that ended at the I !

IIU 3-6481 If you are planning to build ijij I wrists in points. Her fingertip veil" : :
FOR SALE thing, hog pens chicken boeRS,, ,o( Illusion) was Inert with pearls I
barns repair your home or bufid I and sequins and was attached to a
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Two sets Used Buckeye Tobaccc a new one see me first We have tiara of sequins and pearls. She -
the largest stock of used buildincmaterial 1 carried a bouquet of white mums
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Cookers $175.00 per :set In the state. We save you centered with,an orchid on a white
50% t.our building malcrfal: -
up to, .
payer book.
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Vkkers Implement C : cost. Mrs Sapp mother of the bride "
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M M MMMMJL MM MM MMP MMM SO. cA. FENCE cb.J wore white eyelet pique with match', ,
ing accessories and pink carnation "
FOR SALE;: Iron peas,, $3.60 per
bushel 'PAUL RAGANS,''RL 2 411, E., SAVANNAH AVE,. corsage. ,
Madison Fla. 5 Phone .IIU '3-2368 QI 2-80&1 Mrs Whltfield the bridt OOm9'1|
j. ._' 45.4t.pd. VALDOSTA GA. mother chose blue organza with! '. '
-- unite accessories and pink corsage | .
FOR SALE: Pure bred Beagle pups ; "
I MRS F. L. ARNOLD Orange A. GIRARDIwiE'ELERs; i Immediately after the ceremony:
I f Bunker Sis. Madison, Fla. 42-H-Pt! the couple left oa a, wedding tripto PIPING ,
; Panama City and Mexico Beach HOUSE
FOR THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE They will reside in Perry MnjWhkfWd :
FOR SALE: Black hog peas, grr- .. .
SILVER, CHINA CRYSTAL wore for travel a suit of .>'
mlnatlon 85% Price $8-00 nci '
bushel RODGER WILLIAMS. DIAMONDS JEWELRY ,- whfte polished cotton, pink flower >
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Lee. Fla. ..2...t-peL EXPERT REPAIRING. ;* < hat and orchid corsage. : AND CONVERSIONS
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Ji j Oat-of-tewn wadding guests InI(I

FOR SALE: My home nicely located eluded Min Paula Jackson of Frost!
2H miles from Madison. NATIONALSBRIDAL proof; Mrs A A McLeod of Perry; I i *"-
JESSE MOORE, Pinctta. Fla. II. Mrs Russell Piekek of Lee, Mrs I,
\ Phone HU 36777. j41-3t-p --- Mrs Curtis Clements and two j jda&ghters. I I, Due to the low construction and interest ,

FOR SALE: Good clean straw foi VAIDOST GA. Martha Nell and Melba] ,I
watermelons. HOWARD of '
packing HUGHEY, Rt. 3. Madison 42-2t-pd, Fla. SOS No. Patterson Frostproof. bids the City has received on the Natural '

Morniiig PartyMrs

M or BEFORE timber land SELLING phase your*re me.timber Vft COMPLETE//LINE\\D\VOS1ON xTALBOTT \\ f Gas project the City will be aIM 'to offer j.. ', .
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art also 'interested In buying T J Becc Jr was hostess I!
limited amount of trine-hardwood Monday at a com*
morning party
pulpwood delivered 'by truck to b pHmentlng Mrs William C Stlefel FREE house piping and conversions to the
I,, Foley, Fla., or loaded on,B R carL I
call a recent bride. Eighteen guests Included d

t( See write... or P. GIBSON- Mrs W B dark, and Mrs first 400 customers who apply and make,a .
I Rt. 3. Madison. Florida PAINTAND Van H Priest mother and grand1 1
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 mother of the honoree. Mrs '

t i FOR RENT: Three bedroom! house TbmHnsoa won the prize in a quiz N $5.00 deposit} } by July 15th. A
in Lakeside. Contact game. The honoree was presented .
on Oak Drive
HOWARD STUDSTILL. Office WALLPAPER CO. with china In her pattern by the .

Phone HU 3-6106 or J"flicencePhone hottest, Coffee and cold drlnJctsen.ect : Has service available only' to existing : .
HU 36630. .u.tl-d1 AT CASTLE PARK were with the refreshments.Dr .
VALDOSTA GA. .
FOR RENT: Tobacco pack bouse Dial CH 2 and warehouse roace. S eG. C free parkinsRegistered j four sons of Mllledcwille, Ga gas or
RODGERS or BUDDY SMITH at have returned home trom a1slt

old Madison_ -Milling 0-_Place.,......-43-tf-ch.:----- Surveyor with Mrs Johnson's parents Mr when installation crews come by.
FOR RENT: -rwo.ba4room house and Mrs George. Burnett Sr, of
See ELZffi MAY at Vickers Inv phone HU 32372 Cherry Lake.
plement Company, Madison. MADISON. FLORIDA -*- Apply NOW for this FREE SERVICE. ':
42-lt-ch Mrs F E Xaoghion returned" Fri ; ', ,
Rent adding machine 01 DIN I. WDSWKtm( day from the Tallahassee hospital, V J :

typewriter, an atR office. Only NOW b the lime to advertise-In where she underwent surgery.Tibacct o .** T 11 f'T*.r Farther mfonnaben, coatact City.Hal.. .

$1.00 a day month., $4.00 per week, The E.R. Griwers! YMgak

15.00 per Ng Gordon Ashley and dcugister
3 Rand! with Mrs Aihl/ parents TWOaysweI!
SALE WANTED Mr and Mrs Et S Connor of Live '
WANTED: lane 's+c W *n for/Oak, left Monday for New Orleans,
ff4MANSONTRADE
Products SEll TOBACCO Of Madison

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k J. .CHERRY LAKE :METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH WrrNESSES -- --

'..\f :. I CHURCH CHURCHA '118 N. -St 56355 "SAL THINKING
} "K.'preaching service: every Sunday Orange Phone HU 11I' Smith-Corona adding

"--Ii", '.W WE WELCOME YOU preaching Service every Sunday MEETINGS:
let end 3rd Sundays 11:00 a.m' morning m < Bible Study: Wednesday 750 P. K. \ t. .
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I ; Machines ABOUT MORE.INSURANCE
\ 2nd and 4th Sundar1:30 p. m., ., 1st and 3rd Sundays 10KX a. m. Service Meeting: Friday 750 P. JLMlmstty typewritersand

t.'J j Sunday School 'each (. : 'C/ 2nd"and'4th 'Sunday 11:00 a. za. School: Friday 8:30 P. M- IIOPICS

I Sunday at *10:00 arm: Sunday School every Sunday. Watchtower-Bible Study cash registers. : ?

Prayer. Service each, 1st and 3rd Sundays ll.-OO a. za Seekers Sunday 7:30 P. it A. Srrrktt f Y-r Doctor HtJS Wednesday 8:00 p. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. Kingdom Welcome. ,*.r Uwal l(..fa I No Collection Taken. :rJarhIa XIIIIinJ Ano etiM.
Family Night ,covered Family Night Covered Dish Supper 4 .

.... .-*"*..wdlsh supper, Friday_ ,_ Ftirfay night after accoud Sunday, F: TAXING A TRIP .. t :yis tt fir '
abefore,1st Sunday 7:30 p. ra.'Woman's every month promptly at 7-00 p. m.: ADVERTISERS Please let Driving a Urge number of

f.rr; Sodety sofi Woman's .Society of Ctuistiaa Settter ; us have your ADS by TUESDAY miles a day on a long trip -it .'

,; 'i Christian Service fl r meejts on llonday night after I NOON. THANKS. THEE ..dangfroo It i> not too bid to ;r ;

I ,\j meet Thursday after. ..y third Sunda .at 750 maintain a ira oeabk speedy SUMMER SCHEDULEOF
Y. ivm. I the ,
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8OOrprm:' during first three or foorl BOOKMOBILE + v' '
lit Sunday ibef: Mcthodiit'Mm\"Club meets: boors at the wheel when ODe is

.f'tbodiatMen'' Club meets, alternately -with Cherry Lake on fresh and mtt t alternately with Rocky SUNDAY PROGRAM, SCHEDULEWMAF sue how, regardless of they'
Tuesday; after the 4th Sunday TIME PLACE
Springs Tuesday#ifte>*'*>. *., speed, a driver begin to be his
f 4th Sunday _' Vf ft 8:00'ft m.Offldal .', ':00 fp. m.t.Qfte1a1. alertaest. whether he realues.it Thursday Jane 9, 23, etc
Board r,'''meets" 1st Wed:,rThe Board meets eachmonth 750 A. M. Gospel Musk or pot The majority of 'a tip. 950-9t45: t Blue Sprnngs (rt 6)
; accidcat occur at a time lot z
1:5: News :
: tietday' each even numbered month following the supper oa tawfaf about 2S9 miles of drff* and Lee Road Crossing

I after prayer service j Family Night. 8:00 Baptist Boor iflf. 10:00-10:40)( Hickory Grove

Commission on .'FAu tion neeti P. 1t. ROWELL.: S. S. Supt 8:30 Gospel Mtttle Faticve manifest itself ia two CommunityiO40lf:06
9.-00 Revival different ",
Time form la
f In Wednesday each odd numbered i MRS. W. W. CATLEDGC., Treat :950: Gospel Concert there it the drowsy feeKflg one form.that Bellvllle Road

taorttH lifter "rrnvr. wrv oe. C B. DAVIS, PASTOR 10:00 News asses the driver to nod at the Community t <.
I JAMES Sln.1''Pn.Il). S. S. Supt wheel and become somewhat
I IQjQS: : Sonday Serenade 11: 0-2130 Plnctta
Let Methodist fa
THOMAS SURLES. HARRY M. aitrgeItEV TAffoe perception of things
COCHn 4N. Ass's. JEo DENSLOW Pastor 10:45 Prelude to Worship aboot him. Too many drivers do 22-10-3110 Hanson
LEE METHODIST CHURCH 11:00 Morning Worship not paD off the road for a bit o( 10:1.10:43 Browning's Service
C. B. DAVIS. Pastor
i 12:00 Kews shm-ere. but fight the drowtl-
,t' Preaching 12:15 Melodies Des;. It u estimated that 100.00C Station
Afterco
i FIRGREENVILLE CHURCII In and 3rd Sundays : agents a year are earned bj GO-l1:1 Cherry Lake School

FLA. _._. .11:00 a. et and 750 p. m. 1253 News drivers faNteg asleep at the 1130-12(00' Denson Home
ljundav' SHirtolrrmr, .. 30:00 A. M. 1:00 AAemooa Melodies WtKL
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Sunday School Every 1130 Afternoon < Melodic The second form of fatigue Is 12J5-liiK) Cherry Lake 4-H
Morning' : WornWp" -__.. llJiOO A. M. Sunday10:10 a. m. C. E. QUICK
more sabtie. A kind of gradual Camp
1:40 Serenade In Blue
S BaDtUt Trlnjn Course *:45 P. 1M.ven Methodist Youth Fellowship 'Kews bnmotift Is induced by the purr I
':!: 'ng Wornhlp __ 7:: t) P. M. _. CAD p. m 1:55 of -the eagtee the singing of the 121:1S Lovett HU 3-6168: BOX :392

... Prayer Meeting Wed. '7:30 P. ).t I BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt 2tO Hour of Decision tire*, and the monotony of Thursday June 2, 16, 30, etc MADISON. FLORIDA
"' HICKORY GROVE CHURCH 2:30 Musical Sunday t straight level roadjL of which 11:15-12:00 St Regis Nurseries
"HANSON METHODIST CHURCH 223 News there are may in Florida. This This Gulf Life agent can tell
12:15-3530 Lee Post Office
,' ; :P.ft.acblftCP! Jeprlces every First Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays 3:00 Musical Sunday hrpeotk effect is magnified by how with Adapt-A-
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fc,' ..rand 'Third Sunday lltV A. M. 1150( am and 750 pm 3:55 yews sntfae: in oee position for long Friday June 3, 17. etc Plan.you Insurance Is
Sunday School Sunday periods and straining one's your
** and 8:00 P. 11. every 4:00 Hit Parade eJ"aad W6040O5 HopeweU
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/"i' 10:30 srasde by intense coeceatratioa adaptable. For example, a
7 Runday.School'every Sundav' am ..:S5 News oa the road. 105010 Moseley Hall family Income plan can also

20:30 A. M. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 3.-00 Mode At Stxsddwa 5auimer-Mce weather brings Il00-lltl5 Slrmans provide substantial retirement -

Famllr Night Saturday before 550 lleadUnec A Weather not many aateraobSe tourists. :39-t2tO Greenville Income. Give hima
1 oTvl 'Siitw'av 4:00 P. M. &:33 Off The following helpful rules may
Every ltN Preaching every Sunday .Sign make long dririog less arduousand 1250-150 Madison Library call today!
r REV. HOWARD FINKELL, Pastor! PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO
Sunday School \less dangerous:
10:00 A. M. j
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" ,- CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Don slump in the seat: lone: -
HOPEWELL: BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M
: grip the wheel 1 too tightly as !
Tobacco Growers You
Sunday School .__..... 10:00 A. M. Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. this brings on tenseness and Termites Swarming?

ill' Morning Worship -...... 11-00' A. M. Evening Services .,.... 750 P. M. Daily Program SckduleWMAF nervousness: don stare fixedly! I I
g'. Baptist Training' Union 6:30 P. M. rrayer Meeting Wednesday ahead; wear son glasses on CALL gain TWO when

w Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Evening .... ..... .,._ V:00 P. M bright signs of sonny fatigue days poll: off at the the road first ways
Midweek Prayer errlfie 7:30 P. M. \V B SEALS S S Superintendent 1220 ON YOUR DIAL for a short rest And don't try BurkeExterminating

t Brotherhood last Thursday J ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union 6:00 AM. Sign On to see bow far you can drive i ia you SElL TOBACCO IN w

r. of each month at __. 7:30 P. It Director. 6:02 Fla. Firm Hr. one day-racers get paid for
;: WMU second and fourth 6:25 World & State News that kind of driving Drive at a Co.
every MADISON and TRADE
TiiMdav. 7'30 'cm. ERNEST GURR, Minister 650 Fla. Farm Hour moderate rate, see more scenery ,
G enjoy the ride-and live 'Phone 293-J Perry FloridaCQTSIV'TER
6:43<< Rudy Hamrick.
q V. L. SINGLETARY. 8. S. Supt WELCOME TO .
4 JIMMY LAMB. B. T. U. Director NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH .w (Mon. Wed. Fzt) i MADISON!

,: REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN. Pastor Come Worship With Us 6:55 World News GIRLS, 4-H SHORT COURSE TOPS EIN
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:k 4 Sunday School ...r._ 10:00 A. M. 70 State New SECRETARY
:; WELCOME 'flyM'P.
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 7.-05 Coffee WIth Ray WUma Jean Davis of the Green
OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH O G-E APPLIANCES Ilines Boyd of Greenville was
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Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. villa Senior 4-H Club and LetoyP..apns
elected of the StateDays'
School 10:00 A. M. secretary
Sunday Evening Worship 750 P. M. 7:50 State News [ of the 'Madison Senior 4.11
I Ir KITCHEN CABINETS1flu1rtIl the 4-H Short
s Morning Worship .. 11:00 A. M. 4-H Council at
753
: Weather Newt
nub Madison
Mid-week Prayer Service 750 P. Jl represented County InState
I Training Union ,,. ._ 6:30 P. M. Course held at the UnlvereUy of
: ? 8:00 Offee with Ray <
Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. the Fashion Show held on

.:.. Evening: Worship 7:30 P. M. Tack Pickles ...._.a...._ S. S. Supt. 9:00 Morning Devotion Thursday night daring; the Short Florida last week. _
Prayer Meeting ..__..._... 750 P M.'f .
p; 9:15 Musical Interlude helping
Sim Andrews _.. B. T. U. Director Course. These two girl: were the OUR BUSINESS YOUR
.. Church Business Meeting Flirt REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor 9:30 Music Unlimited county winners at the County BUSINESS. T3EE-R.
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d rMnesdav night of each month 10:00 News Achievement Day.

r. Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:05 Music Unil: :: ted Linda Walker and Margaret

Thursday night of .each month. CHURCH 050 Music Unlimited Dixon of the Madison Senior clubrepresented If s thrifty to savejj49GREEN

I breaching Service Every Sunday Preaching Services every Sunday 1:00 Music Unlimited Madison County on the r .

.' : Come Worship With t.REV. :Morning Service 11:00 A. iL 1:15 Public Service State Council Sybil Welch of the

1 DOZIER SAPP, Pastor Evening Service 8KX P. M. 11:30 Record Session Lee Club served on the recognition STAMPS
:-'/ 4 Sunday School every Sunday at 12:00 World News
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH ccmmIUH, Nancy Almand and Carol
10:00 A. M. 12:15: P J[. Noontime Notes
REV. I. T. CARTER Pastor Henderson of the Lee Club served -
.. Services BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. L250 Talk Of The Town OS pages during assembly and Lois ,
every Sunday c n
t : Prayer Meeting every Wednesday :12:40 Uncle Ned Morgan of the Greenville Senior r F
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.r Sunday School .-- 10:00 A. M. 2:45
at 8:00 P. 3tBrotherhood State News
4 Cub led the 4rH pledge during
Morning Worship 11:00 A. :M. '
\ Training Union _, 7:00 P. M. first Thursday every 1250 Farm News assembly. Other girls who attended
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7:30 P. M Weather Newt
month at
= Short Course were Sandra Sale of
: Evening Worship _,.- 8:00 P. M. -
.-. Everybody Welcome. 1:00 HlUblUy lilt < Parade the Madison Senior Club and Bread -
Wed.
Prayer Meeting 750 P. Hi
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J. R. COLLINS Pastor 155 News
REV.
If** Blair of the Greenville Senior \ .

1\; .. MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST MADISON CHURCH OP CHRIST 2:00 250' Public Gospel Time Club. Mrs Howard Coody of Pinetto
Service
CHURCH accompanied the jpirls and their

., REV. JACK LAMB _... Pastor 701 South Rang 2:43 Afternoon, Melodies Home Demonstration Agent as their
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B. R. Sapp Chairman Board of Sunday Bible Study 10.00 A. M.Lord' 255 World & State News: leader 1 ,.w'
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t Supper and 1:00 AReraooQ Melodies f
: Deacons. Edification __ U:00 A. M. 3:45 Public Service i
'" Billy Bailey B.T.U. Director
Associate Director Sunday Evening .Service, 750 P. M. 4:00 News
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Leroy Cruse .
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Wednesday Evening 4: 3 *. Request Parade lELECTRIC 10-KEY r.'and lots of fun
Leroy Cruse ....... .. S. S. su t. (
Miss Merle Bass w. Song Leader Services ._ .......... 750 P. it 453World A State Newt ADDING MACHINES .
(, 5:00 Request Parade ying foe the things you want can be lots ot>funjhcn ;
a Mrs Juanita Cruse ..,._ Pianist NEW HOPEFUL: t 43 %. Sport HSgbUgfas00 VICTOR ......... ... $171.00 sacrifice cut-backs
4: Sunday School 10:00 A. M' MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH *, saving doesn't demand any oc
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11:00 A. M World News BURROUGHS ...... 209.50
Morning Worship Services every tint and third 6:15 Tunes .. [in your b dgct. < t ,

Training Union _._ 7.-V p .M. Sundays at 11 a, m, and 8:00 p. m. 6:53,. News TwOitht GLARY0DHNER.............. 225JX) That's.why the S&H Green Stamp saving plan Is so>
; Evening Worship _: 8:0. .?. )I. Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 1m. Sign Oft popular today with 25 miffion families ia this and other

Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30P.M. ...:........ 259.50 .
a. mrratrttng PROGRAMS: SUBJECT:: TO States.

Just come.as Regardless I am. without of roar one comes plea.I Union every Sunday 70) CHAKGS: WITHOUT NTOCC. TOT ALIA ............ 259.00 ,r Saving S&H. Green Stamps doesn't require giving up j 1

> condition. Whether c o t t o n. Home PHU,REV. W. T. RYCBOFT Pastor plus fed. and state tax. ,something else. They're extras that you get when you;

spun. You are welcome in our WAKE .. THEENTERPRISERECORDER hop at stores that give them.Actually,they're discounts

t&urch service BEULAH ,BAPTIST CHUBCB thC'samc.1ind that marnitoctarea: *
I t Welcome You RAMT TO GOW'It.M Day yocr parchases- ,
OIUaCH OF.GOD merchants '
:. MADISON Services Every Sunday gt! 3-6391 and receive.
may School 100 A. M REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor I T..Mrs Nanhc nt tW rut Neelralesir rdfaf f.*.. /",With your filled books ot S&J{ Green, Stamps oat j

t i Moraine Wowhlp 110 A. K. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. ..... t... ..... M.el..sM I.--... tau act at kidded cost any of 1,,00 items of da* I
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f, tit Wonhio 7:30 P. M. Morning Worship 11KX A. J(. _sy.r.re.a.r.el.d ....c-........a4 tai........s...*.... :tlflguhhed metchandiM-the finest.made ia America.You'll .t I
,f YcrUi Service We4r* 4ay 8:00> P. M. Choir lamesr 6.91 P. K. .. '....... .... er.. ..wner'If
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,. JtZV. B. B. BfCiCICLEY', Pastor Trm: Mf Uateo ...:.- 650 P. H.EraOflff .......w..,p... .....r ae.a. ,.MI,..t r find them at-your nearest StamPf
758 P. H. a..tMt...u T .. ...... JKaiSaPPtioa Center:.-Oc onfee them by mfrv'1Ii
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