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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: July 7, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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which was to be worn everywhere :'
NOTICE I IThe
F1ineral.Services
we went. The Nationalists had ai

white name card, .and the Federalists < ,:'
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v For Mrs' Long r had a gold name card.

Florida law sale ; .. The entire week
banning .J .. '4\ :. c- 'was filled wltti:;
and possession ,of fireworks will r. fi_ ; meetings (called General Assemfalies -

Funeral services were ,conducted;be rigidly enforced in the 5th Dis- h s ; ),' city meetings (called city

Wednesday morning at the Methodist trict (Greenville) of Madison .. .j : R _. caucuses), campaigning, and eating. '.
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Ve had to walk about three
Church by Rev Paul Touchtonfor County. The penalty (sec' 791.06)for .. t quar-.
} ] : > t ers of a mile to each meal. Our
Mrs Eustace Long. A quartet violating the law (sec 791.02) I General Assemblies held
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were in
including Mrs Dale Leslie, Mrs W'Davis T is a fine up to $100 and up to 90 __ r +. the huge Wescott Auditorium, a.

Mrs E P 'Sanders Jr and days, or both. beautiful building with very com-

Jtfrs T C McNally sang Abide With Your cooperation will be greatly fortable chairs. This auditoriumwas

Me and Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me, accompanied appreciated and may prevent a $ located next to the cafeteria, so. 3

by Wall'r Whitlock at child from being permanently. in 1 ; we didn't have to walk back to

jured. tax ;f the dormitory after each meal.
the organ. _____
Wednesday was our first day at
Active pallbearers were Dr ALBERT 0 SISTRUNK F
the capitol buildings, but insteadof
.Frederick buckler, and Messrs Constable 5th District, t
y nt having a regular legislative
session -
Robert Mickler, Carroll Blalock Jr, (paid) we heard speeches from various

T C Merchant Jr.. Pat Mill nor, speakers. "

Dale Leslie and T,F Livingston. '- Wednesday night was our talent

Honorary pallbearers were Dr A School Board1 1,' I night, and believe, me we had
MR AND .o _
MRS LEWIS FOX LEE FLA.
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Sen W T Davis and \ some REAL talent! '
F Harrison,
Who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary 'June 23nL,, ...
Messrs Clyde. Cantey, P S Cantey, Fills Vacancies Immediately before the show be-
Clarke Jr. The BOY STATE ESTEEMED MOST gan, our counselor started a conver-

Madison S A Smith Lodge and S No D 11 F and A >1 Cherry Lake News I Swim! Free A Saturday. WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE sation with me, in which he appointed -

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me as a
attended in',an honorary capacity.Mrs .,' At the meeting Wednesday of the -, -t- ; Hood City for .Vhe representative next day. This of
:Board,:of ,Public Instruction severalsesignaUbns
ghter .Mrs Mose-
: Long's.da. their! of school personnelwere 1- aturday, July 8, will be Rotary Of alt .the engagements I have appointment, was made mainly be- .

: ley Henry, Mr' Henry :juia. 'tfefceJVed; including! those_ .of Civic Club ,meets, Tuesday'July; fej(.*at-the Recreation. Center All undergone =during my .lifetime thus :cause J was defeated in fpetyfek4 ,' .
two sons Mosaic Jr. ..and.Qi1\lite -Li ) Won /W' a} city, county.. 0r -. latex .
.- :Ml&tfn& Ors" .eerie t'Stroud and :lth, at 7:3a< p m. children in and ,out-of-townrire: in- 'far, never has one excelled in valuation office due to
,rtigrpgtei'sburg; were here to &>arui 'Cash. Greenville High my trip to the Florida Boys insufficient campaigning. -
from Charle; J fronT W and Mrs Robert Jenkins hada vitedv to come and swim free. It is But actually, I didn't miss beIng .
the funeral. Other relatives ( School rand Orvis Day and Mrs that.'Various State in Tallahassee. Never has -
week end vacation in the SmoKy expected organizationswill a, -true representative but
out of town here for the serviceswere Arlene Norris from Madison High an.. occasion provided me with more by
Mountains and at other points sponsor the remaining Saturdays three votes.
Mrs knowledge and been more helpful
Mrs A B Lanier and :School. ,
enroute. of the season for' free swim The next day I attended our first
I John :Marshall.Greene and son Greenville High School faculty than this one. I can truthfully say, active
.
all'of replacements are Miss Josephine Cp and Mrs Fred Bartlam left ming. without hesitation, that my attendance legislative session. Those
and daughter Kay swivel chairs
Johnny were
Dasher Business Education; Kem- Wednesday, for Camp Le J eune. jtur at Boys' State was the most comfortable.
of Jacksonville I introduced
Ocala, Mrs Clyde Long a bill which went '
BABY MoCAMMON_ most wonderful experience I have
bell R Skipper Mathematics;. IrsDonald' Mrs Allie Burnhardt and Mr and
Mrs D A Malloy of Monticel- had. through the first reading but. be-
4 ever
J Burling English. ;Mrs Evans and daughter of Fitz- of
cause
Dr ,Frederick Mickler ofJasper Now that know the signifi- our slow procedure it was ...
lo Mr
and Mrs Bob McCammon of you
of Madison High School faculty re- gerald Ga, were guests of Mr and never discussed and voted -
and Mr and Mrs M S Overby are Clinton Harris, Jacksonville: are the parents of a cance of such a triplet me give an on. .
placements Mrs W T this
Rycroft last week. I During one day in the House
boy born June 25 St. appropriate definition of "Bo>v
Augusta Ga.HOSPITAL Band Director; Jewett CT Springer baby at Vincent's Chambers.
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Mr and Mrs Quentin Grout and I really gained
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Mathematics Mrs Tom Callahan, hospital He weighed 6 los 2 State. It is a week full of steady, some ;:

4 ; children of San Francisco, and Mrs ozs and was named Robert Dec i continuous work among some 500( knowledge on how a legislative : r

: Science; and Junior High School, Grout Sr, and son, Al Grout, of McCammon. I boys from the state of Florida, for session is really handled. I became ,
_ \ l NEWS MIss'vlary Ellen Selman English familiar with' .
and Social Studies. Titusville, spent several days with Mr and Mrs McCammon 'are' the, purpose of teaching them how parliamentary procedure

President James J Gardner resigned Mr and .Mrs Larry Roffe & other former Madison residents, Mrs Mc-, the city county and state govern- during and governmental terms used
rammonis is the sister of Stanley ments function intermingled withunforgettable' ] an actual session.
Admissions: Mrs Mary Revels, from Suwannee River Junior friends. They are former residents Mrs Friday afternoon
Bland of this entertainment and ac we all went .
city.
of Lake. .
Mrs Venera College and was replaced by Cherry
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Mrs Robbie. Andrews quaintances.Not swimming and that night we at- :
Mrs Jenyethel Merritt on an acting Oasis Mr and Mrs Nelson Clark and
i Smith Mrs Virginia Curry, only did we learn about the tended a dance put on by the girls
President.The Lt Commander and Mrs James
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for the year as children are spending two weeksat from
Welch, Mrs Barbara but Girls State, who
Elizabeth government, we actually prac- were just _
inspectionand -
Board gave final Armstrong were guests of Mrs P J '
Ocala.
Half-Moon
Thomas. Miss Nelda Weaver, Miss additionof Camp near i ticed it 'as 'prominent citizens. :My arriving for their week of assiduous
approval to the new Digs Parramore and Miss Phillis Parra-
Mr and : Bob Gerald of work. And '
Edith Dryden Mrs Ollie Kinsey library and two classroomsat experiences' during that one week! : finally, Saturday terminated !-

Mrs lone Sale, a 'author- Nashville, Tenn were, guests of the more Thursday afternoon enroute hate brought about terrific resultsin our unforgettable and most
Phillips School and '
:Miss Willie Madison High back to Jacksonville from a trip to wonderful experience. .
Henderson John Thigpen family the past week. my field of knowledge pertaining -
Parker, Thomas ized finalpa-ment onsame.
Mrs Betty Letchworth, Cin I Mr and Mrs Raymond Lanning Pensacola, where they had gone to to city, county, and state government Before I left Madison my know-

.BaBy Jerry Jackson, i and children visited relatives at find quarters }n whifh'to live when ledge about state and local govern

1 dy Williams, Emory St Joseph} Mo, last week. they are transferred there later in The ,formation' of this organiza- ment was very small. Now it has

Charles Tomas. Mrs Odessa Prince. 27th The Day Mr and Mrs Glen Crosby and two the summer. tion Is very unique and effecthe.Our' advanced to new heights and ,I
( ,
Jr, L S Smiley "home" can sincerely say, "this
Martin Reaves temporary was in the trip did
Mrs Armstrong is the former Miss
sons spent three weeks visiting her "
something for
Surles Jr. West Hall Dormitory of the Flori- me. It is a one-in-
( Robert Mrs Eleanor Mauldin July 27th has been officially set parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Harris, Agnes Love Parramore. She and da State University. The donnitory a-lifetime experience with one-in- .
Discharges: as the opening day of the Florida- St Mo also her family are guests of her lifetime '
Cecil Lindsey. Don- "it Joseph at Denver, was nine stories high. Each story memories. No matter what.
and baby. boy Georgia bright leaf tobacco auc- Colorado mother, Mrs W F Parramore in age may
Jewel Bunting.. Springs and Pike's Peak was divided into two sections of creep up on me. never
Mrs
aId piehl Bonnie Price tions. and returned home this weekend. Jacksonville and will' visit Com- sleeping 'quart rs. Each whole story vu* I Hrjct the periences I had':

Baby boy Price, Mrs Mrs Dorothyionison Mr and Mrs Bert Fernand of mander Armstrong's family.... In was considered a county and each during that one week. It was the ,",

:Mrs Winnie Conway, Mrs Slated For PresidentReports New York have moved into their Plant City. sleeping section 'a city The entire greatest week of my life. If I am* .
Revels in
,ever
Mrs Mary building was considered as the conversatIon with People
new home on Prairie Drive at
Ward, who
Valleys Smith, MisS Zandria ROTARY CLUB state. So, there were nine counties are recalling their experiences, '
Cherry Lake. Welcome neighbors.Dr .I
t Nelda Weaver, Thomas twtc- from Tallahassee State in the state, each consisting. of can really share some with them

bliss Cleod, Mrs Robbie Andrews, Sam that Senator Turner Davis of this and Mrs Hamilton are spend- The program at the Rotary Club two cities. The population of the''Students .who have attended Boys'State .
Stewart choice of ing several "weeks at Cherry Lake. entire state was divided into or will in the future
r-li1ton Cave George city is slated to be the the up two really
: Wednesday was put on by have
,
Lamb
The new light on Cherry Lake partIes-the Nationalists something no
Mrs Elizabeth the caucus for President of the and the one else has
Sale,
combo .
Mrs lone Parker and baby Senate to succeed Senate President Baptist church at nights is a big Southernaires of Monticello.The "ederalists-of the latter of whichI and they'll always have it. The
Welch, Mrs Betty boys won the Rotary Ted Mack member. essence of this story I
was a Each
Curry, Hodges resigned. improvement to the church and com- city and hope will
irl Glass, Mrs Virginia munity. Talent Show here this' Spring and I county is named. For example I wasa stick with every reader.THANKS .

livid Stokely Mrs Barbara Mrs NFJC Robert M Surles. Jr age 17 appeared on the New York show --resident- Hood City in Army 1.IILLION. _

Thomas Henderson, recently. county. Each city was named after CHARLES R. JOHNSONMr
months has recovered nicely from
OdeS Prince, Robert Seago. Cindy i Three weeks summer school session roach and Romulus Thompson directed the some prominent member of the
eating rat poison July
Charles Thomas. begins Monday. July 10. who staff of counselors. Each city had
players were Johnny Wheeler, and Mrs Dan
4th. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Walker and '
W"UBABY PARKERMr one counselor, of which Hood ., '
Geography, Literature and English City
trombone; Johnnie Leskanic cornet; children Dan Jr, John ; !
Surles. and >
ofGreenville Bobby Lisa of
John Parker had Mr Vince Smallwood, a patrolman -
Humanities and
and Mrs Language and Alan Counts, saxophone; Philip Ferguson Tampa were guests of Mrs
the parents of Bobby Surles, and Harold Grossare from Orlando. PI't
be Registration
will -
Fla are Literature taught.
I ,
weighing 8 lbs 3* ozs. Monday at NFJC library. attending the National Guard. bass and Freddy Wilder, One thing for sure, we had a Parramore and Miss Phillis Parra-

a baby girl 30. camp at Ft Stewart. drums. full program. There was no time more Monday enroute to Qultman ..
June
She vas born The Steve Wiatt ,Visiting Rotarians were E W for loitering around with no assigned for the holidays and "
family enjoyed where Mrs
Williams, Mary Mr and Mrs Claude DuVal ,and
t Admitted: 'Susie Trussell of LiveOak and Ham work, except for about Walker and children
their annual 4th of be
July with
and will
Louise Wiley James visited Mr
Haynes son .
Everlene Tallahassee.: two hours Friday morning. But her '
Jr of 'T we mother
Simmons. Dowling for
dinner with 65 the remainder :
Ale e Womack Rebecca Mrs Thad Burford and daughter guests. could not leave the campus. of
Parker Elder Renee in Lakeland for the 4th of Mr and Mrs Henry Sands and the summer.
Wallace Monlyn, Upon our "arrival at the dormi-
loicCrai. July holiday. Wiley remained for a daughter Sharon of Tallahassee Lynn Davis_ of :Miami 1" is visitingher tory in Tallahassee on -x- t:
Homes, Tessie Irvine. two weeks' visit with his sister and Surles grandparents Mr and Mrs E C registeringwe The Hadden-Morrow :"
Reddie Kemp, MaryTice visited Mr and Mrs J I last found our way up to the room Circle of the"

Discharged_ : .HaynesandFbf'boy family weekend. Davis. that was assigned to us. Our registration Methodist WSCS will meet Monday
.Tessie Irvine Evalene at 4 pm with Mrs
Mary Simmons Born .to Everlene and Roosevelt "Mr and Mrs George Surles-and parents. card provided uswith ourcounty's H C Merrydayv, .
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Parker and baby girl. Dan Haynes a baby boy June 29'I granddaughter Sandie of Lakeland iI I i Mrs Lola Weaver left Saturday to room number and and city's names our Miss Florida Davis,
Louise our counselor'sDame. u'Ito..is attending
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Wallace Weight 6 lbs, 1H! ozs. spent the'weekend with Mr and Mrs be with Mr and Mrs Jerry Painter
Williams, .
Susie It also summer school
Rlggns; Dorman gave us the name of ,at FSU,
Rebecca Born: to Louise and J W Parkera Surles. Sandie remained and her'new grandson at Savannah,
Monlyn. Allene Womack the party to which we belonged. spent the week-end at her home
June 30. Weight 8 Ibs. for a longer visit with her grand ,
McCray baby girl, TenD.3 ....... Each "citizen had a name card here.
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v Oil pered by sea breezes._ Swift BACK FROM ASSEMBLY LARGE TOMATO
At Root of TroubleCuba -
rivers run from the mountainsto
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Laos, Berlin; The new the Atlantic ocean, in places Several Madison Countains have A large tomato grown by D D

HKMCCOIDtt trouble spot is Kuwait, an oil- forming great waterfalls. Two just returned from a week's visit Morris weighing 2 lbs 2 oz, was
Kukenaan Falls and in New York City where they at- brought to the E-R Monday by his
of these
rich sheikdom
,'-4 at the head of ,
.II Published Weekly Subscription $ .76. Per Year in Advance tended the "United Worshipers"district grand-daughter, Billle Jean Goody.
the Persian Gulf with Roraima Falls, are !;h& world'stallest
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year an area assembly of Jehovah's Wit She reported another tomato weighing
t; about ten times that of Madison having sheer drops: -of Hancock ;
J Made nesses Hugh presiding 1 lb 8 oz was. grown in the
J Advertising Rates Known on Application
; county and a populationbout 2000 feeirxand more. Georgetown minister of the Madison congrega- same patch.

i Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June that of the city of Miami" is the capital. tion of Jehovah's Witnesses, re- .. "

15th, 1908, under Act of March 8, 1879. Coot including suburbs). Oil is ; ported yesterday. 92,901 were pre- I'I'I
:fr 5- sent at the-main session Sunday to
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT. the great thing in Kuwait, SIRMANS NEWS"Bro hear the public address by NathanH I I I

'1 AND ASSOCIATES which has one of the richestoil Knorr, president of, the WatchTower I I'I I

deposits in the Middle East, Blair filled his regular ap- Bible and Tract Society, on I II

MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 and oil is probably at the root pointment and he and family, were' I the subject, "When All Nations
,1 NEW ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901CONSOLIDAfiED of the trouble. The country of dinner guests of Mr W G Clements. 'Unite 'Under God's Kingdom." I
JUNE 25, 1908 \ Afterward Bro Blair and family 'I. Hancock said that the group en- '
Iraq lays claim to. Kuwait and
enjoyed a ,nice afternoon at the joyed a very pleasant visit New
,I' ,T. C. MERCHANT. ,. Editor, and Publisher wishes to annex it, but Britain beach. York's usually hot weather was I

I 1 .. T.C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor says No and has poured troops Mrs H C Tuten is visiting with broken by timely showers, making boo STO Es

; MRS. A. W.. VANN, City Editor S into the country to prevent a her daughter and. family in Stockton. the sessions quite .comfortable in

MRS. W. E.. WIlSON, Advertising Manager. ;.. kEH>ver. Up. to now., .our. Ga.Linda. I Yankee Stadium, scene of the six- SMOKED, SAUSAGE !
.country is- not involved- in that- Bailey and her two twin day gathering. .
R do not wish to .break, and: we brothers Ted and Ned, of Louisiana Outstanding events of the con- I
dispute; we have other press
I fully understand that. At the are visiting Bro Lem Bailey vention were the baptism of 1,732 WEINERS
8 'D ing notably in Berlin.
concerns,
same time, the home market and family. They plan to enjoy. new ministers at a New York beach

i does offer certain benefits suchas their visit for a month. and the release of a one-volume BEEF AND PORKSAUSAGE .. t't
Jack Letchworth and family of edition of the New World Translation '
,, the shorter haul (which is A Few Have Power Tallahassee enjoyed Sunday dinner of the Holy Scriptures. It is S MEAT : 5

Si; very important during incle- x with Mrs Sallie Q'Quinn.: Other a modern-language translation from
ment weather) and the quick To: Destroy guests were Arch\ 'and Minnie 4 the original Bible tongues. More
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sale, thus reducing the time O'Quinn, of Shady Grove. than twelve' years were required to
Fig i lime of waiting around. If we could The Berlin situation is one Roger Blair and family of Lake I I complete the work. 3 lbs $il.

get more of our Madison couny that keeps coming up, this City were visiting Mr A D Q'Quinn I Many .fmlilY'groups from North,.v + i r
is.. fig time and whifq time; more pronounced perhaps find family Saturday* ."|C* 'Florida areajjrttended, thef<< assembly, Jtio-,
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Ratliff, of Lovett visiting at ,church gram especially stressed the Educational -
ripe' fig up to this writing put the local market into the far from settlement,,, and perhaps last Sunday night with Murle Blan- aspects of the work of Je- W-D BRANDED

,(Monday morning), several of three million pound class. this there is no settlement J for ton. >. 'hovah's Witnesses. It highlighted

them are coloring and the birds year- .. _. "'- ",: the present., While there are Mrs :Erma King_ and two little I the importance 'of family Bible PLATE BEEF STEW

have already nipped two or .. dreams of a united city and 4 girls jvere visiting with Mr 'Willie study and prayer: as well as united ,

three that, looked ripe enoughto united country, it seems that Blanton and family this week end. family attendance .at religious
Mr and Mrs Vernon Blanton were This' was pointed out ,as Ibs
meetings. 2 29e
them. The birds get their for the present at l least Berlin "
... also visiting them. the most effective detemptto"
share of the fig crop, and the will be two cities and Germany Debra Richardson of North Carolina juvenile del'p 'uencY.

t squirrels come along and pick Sometimes Happens will be two countries. Russia is visiting her. aunt, Mrs Lois The local congregation of Jeho .. .'

the pears, take a bite or two suffered severely in invasion by Blair. and family. vah's Witnesses, meets in Kingdom ,-- .'-,

out of them and -then. drop Tolls the Kaiser and later by Hitler Mrs Mae Antonio's grandson,' Hall, 118 North Orange Street. -GA.:-v'SMOKED SLAB r**,' il

them on the ground.' We are and again in the capture of Lynn Sutton, of Tampa, is visiting % .'. ,'. '

glad for them to have part of I A tragic accompaniment oJ Berlin in World' War II, and ier.We were glad to have visitors at Briggs Straiten Parts & : BACON ,'
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the fruit; however, it seems holidays is the heavier than will notconsent to the rise ofa also
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church Sunday, we .
that the squirrels could eat all II us'ualand the usual is far strong German state accord- others to come.Returns ServiceMcWILLIAMS

of the pear after they pick it; too heavy-loss of life, especially ing to Western pattern. The lb. 39c.i:

then they :would not have to I when the holiday is extended, West (especially our country) From HawaMrs GARAGE

pick so many. The blackberrieshave as is the one this year for I is insistent upon maintainingits ,I .-

been holding 'up right on,I many, from Friday evening to rights in Berlin and would D F Burnett returned home l 5
going' Wednesday morning. Reports in Monday afternoon from a trip to. ffS I
and watermelons were not consent to a united Ger- '
Hawaii with Gov and Mrs Fanis ; .
said ....
forward in considerable quan- Monday morning's papers many allied with the Soviet. .
Bryant and daughters Julie, Cecelia
tities and bringing good prices. that. the weekend fatalitieswere The great danger. is that a and Adair, to the Governors': Con- '" t .

running 25% higher than: comparatively few political ference held in Honolulu, where :-

-J Getting Tobacco Ready'those of non-holiday week ends, leaders have the power to the Governors and their families i.

and of course a large part of plunge so much of the world were entertained at the Royal ;.j

The big July crop here, how- the holiday was then yet to into deadly conflict.World's Hawaiian Hotel. The Governor of .

ever, coming in later in the come. While traffic accidentswere : Hawaii and the city of Honolulu .j
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month, and people are busy accounting for most of S staged many interesting functionsfor
their entertainment such as
getting it ready now. Up to this the deaths, drownings were Tallest dinners luncheons and teas. S :. ".i\ A-1 .

writing, the tobacco market taking a heavy toll ,also, there Mrs Burnett was impressed by

opening date had not been being almost 25as many WaterfallsBritish the beauty variety and vivid color- :1

definitely set, but it is expected I, drownings as highway fatali- Guiana is a British ing of the California and Hawaiian f :

to be July 27th, or thereabouts, I ties. Over near Jacksonville flowers, that grow in profusion.
colony located on the northeast Countless orchids were used in ,.
which is a little later than in drownedin
Sunday a young' man U
coast of South America withan decorating Washington House, theGovernor's ; F
other seasons, The Madison -I old sand of ti
) ,some an enormous pit residence and other
about half that
area again .4
market will be GOOD AROUND 'THE WORLD -
county half mile long 300
+ water a buildings in Honolulu where guests
of the state of Florida and a
I ready for the selling season and feet wide and 50 feet deep. about were feted. She said it was so ',. .. 4
population one-eighth '
will do all it can to help grow- and these accidents are happen- pleasantly cool there that aid con Wherein the world are you going this summer? No _. _' 1-
l that of Florida. Principal occu- matter where fancy carries the safest to, .
not ,
ers market their tobacco. off and all the time, ditioning was necessary.The your you way :
ing on
pations are agriculture, mining, party spent two days in Los carry Your money is in the form. of traveler's checks.,
even also in city swimming forestry and fishing, and main Angeles visiting the movie studios, They are acceptable on sight, anywhere, any time. They; :.* 4'
Could Go To Three pools where lifeguards are on products are sugar cane and Disneyland and other places of are spendable by you, alone. Your money is promptly re- ':'--
duty. There are reasonable interest there and in San Francisco. funded if checks are destroyed, stolen or lost. The cost
rice bauxite
I sugar rum, coco-'
Million precautions about automobile 'I They made stops at Carlsbad Cav of traveler's checks is small, but they bring great peace _
nuts, coffee, cacao, rubber, erns New Mexico; Las Vegas Nev. of mind! '. "
driving and about going in where the temperature registered :.
of course other vegetables, fruits, timber, dia
There are but of us and also} flew over and into the S
swimming so many 116,
_ good markets not far from us, monds, gold, manganese, mica, Grand Canyon. The entire trip was ) : '
are prone to 'take chances even matches molasses HMflAlBpMMADlSON%; *
charcoal -
and growers have a perfect made from Tallahassee.. ..by Jet. .
so, thinking it won't happen mclascuit, and balata. The climate Federal .- -
right to sell where they wish. t Member Deposit InSti nce. Corporatioa*; .<

Some growers have ties with ip A us-though sometimes"-' it' of the country is hot but Oak Miss was Edith'the"gUeSt Caatleberry'of Mrs of.W"HWoodard Live.. ; _:--A 1d Florida N ti Groupp of Banks: ", ,' ,'J. t

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FRIDAY JULY 7th 1961 '




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Martha's ''' and ranges, used only a 1 motors HOWERTON SUPPLYCO.

I ; : few months, at, a good discount tho Horton Wheel Machine' I ., Briggs-Stratton and Mc-

HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. wheel alignment at Culloch Sales and Service.

Mand Mrs Max Borer and CANTEY MOTOR CO.:
daughter Sharon of Miami have -.
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been guests, of Mr and- 'Mrs- Al .; Andy Koseniak Selected

I Atchison for several days. Mr and .... Mr and_.Mrs P Brooks' and
Mrs Bore returned home Monday, daughter Deborah of Bath, N C, For UI Summer -
while Sharon remained .for''a longer '
spent the 4th of July holidays with
visit. Otherrelatives' who were re- Mr and Mrs H E Fountain and .
cent guests ,of the Atchison were family at Cherry Lake. Mr" Brooks Program \ ;; j
Mr and Mrs L .R .McCpok ,and 'four l I served with Mr .Fountain on the 4 .

sons of .Jacksonville; and Mr and USS,.Appalachian in World.War. n '
Mrs Freddy: :Moore and .daughter and -was wounded in the invasion of f
Susan and son Fred of Miami. the: Philippines.. Andy Koseniak of Elm rd.. West
... -4 Chicago, a junior at St. Charles-
I-; : '" See Western Auto .high school, was recently notified*

**: ;: :.-. SALE OF ALL *F< a:' that he has been selected as a
.,_ 3: -c;, SUMMER, '. .. A Real Bargain! participant in the Summer

5'f:1 ..- < BEFORE YOU BUY ANY Engineering and Science TrainingProgram
OFF'.i. 14-ft Sport-Craft boat and trailer
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f 1-3 at the University of Illinois.
:?t and 40-hp Motor. EASY
TERMSJBDAVISInc.
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1':" '' :; ', THLETE' FOOT qualified high school students.

: HATS % PRICE" Andy will be in attendance at

,',. Use instant-drying T-4-L for 3 to 5 I Mrs Al Atchison and, daughter the University from June 12 to
days. Watch fresh, healthy skin, replace [Betty Jean and their guests, Mr July 21 and during that time will

I :; ONE GROUP COTTON BLOUSES 1.99 ? the infection Ease aching,.II and Mrs Max Borer and daughter, receive instruction in every aspectof
i f swelling perspiring in the 66 joints"Sharon of Miami, attended a family engineering and science. He has

; .:%. ".' values to 4.98 )" of the feet by bathing them with l get-to-gether Sunday in Valdosta been trained in chemistry by William -
-)-.' J ;. f. T-4-L twice daily. If not surprisedand attended by Mrs Atchison's and Mrs :Miller of the St. Charles high

: ONE GROUP SHORTS CAPRI PANTS ':>. r, -' pleased, your 48c back from Borer's other five sisters and their school science department. The
", SKIRTS SLEEPWEAR ? :" < ;A DRUG "STORE.: Advt Mrs Borer, the sisters are Mrs Troy gratulating ;Andy on his fine
. :. f.. Blanton, Mrs Leon Dowling, Mrs achievement.
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,. -" '',{i'. ..:)'f.,..._ ; .' Ernest Storey and Mrs Smith Andy is the son of Mr and Mrs
J: ; H Brannen of Cross City will I I
S .1-3OFF : Highterwer, all of Valdosta, and Leo. Koseniak of W Chicago and
', make an official visit to the local: t
." ...Irg Mrs Vernon Gregory bf Miami; formerly of Madison. He is the
ill'::. .... Masonic Lodge next Monday. I I
also two of their uncles, Messrs grandson of Air and Mrs James A
/ : : .-s Burton Howell of Birmingham and Pickles of Rt. ::2 .Madison.

.. : ..' WANT LONGER TIRE Carroll Howell of Valdosta at-
jiY i ; :4- tended. all small
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new HORTON front end alignment
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M 4 Isaac Moore is spending six weeks

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For fast mechanical repair serviceon l visited his aunt, Mrs Navey TERMITES iBtOUALITYPa1nt.
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EQUIPMENT, See I Mr. D G McMuUen and daughter, ..5: :{ : \.?,

Miss' Ann, of Gainesville., came:_for ,.
R&W1SERVICE a visit with .relatives.*They were 1H n ,.al 1 ;' !. I
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J. AND GARAGE services at the Methodist! KILL THEM Yoonell with ARAB : "
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; .. .j 9100 M E* ( '.*. fta. :; way ';; ?f't."
Feed Store Mr and Mrs James Denslow were! 0 harm r.*r.U preUctU pUaU. PrelMstonAUr. C.t FREE f older pnna., :
LEE, FLORIDA. weekend- visitors of his motherf 1! LuaUt Yard Tbw>Ma4i BM fak. .
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J Mrs L_ E' Denslow:! .".,.and Mr- : Normanand Ate'OutN .- .

f Mrs.Miss Ruby Bertha Breare;Iensiow.of Mayo, fjf came, ] : :: : atyourMwij : C. Paint Store 'iA: i.

NEWS NOTES Saturday lie Mcaiullen.; for a--visit" with .Mrs" ;yalj MADISON bu,rLoPIDA AI ,T. Ar 1U Ml I

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will serve as missionaries, repre- .5 : ; .. |*AIaua! lIre,prod ncdon tabu!<[a a "' ';-u r
Saturday to spend a partf of .their : U. ,
senting the Baptists in Africa. Mrs vacation with Mr and Mrs L L :Mc- : t =' .-, ,..- .IE *Uahei inttnloriefrequent dtlirerleil ..l'WI
Bonnell will be remembered here '
Mullen and Lewis.:! Miss Katherine Richterand 1eht ; t: : .; .. r ...., *tow tUpping soils via coojptar tracks ; .;
by her many friends as :Miss Clay- >
Mrs Clyde Sutton spent the 4th Tomllnsqn, both young people t V *N. + mddlcmea,
jobbers
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Richards of Mr this
Marilyn daughter of, city, were married last week. :J. .
of July :holidays in Jacksonville 1i '- *Elalaationcf: L'cI ._. 1u.- _
and Mrs W M Richards. 'Mr Rich- I The ceremony was performed 'ay w.LowoyetJ.ead --; -'
visiting :Mr and Mrs John R New-: .
ards was section foreman for the Judge Earp at his home. 1 mrrrhuxrai4YOYS "..
railroad ton and son. ___* __ ...
company for several years. v.. -- -* *-..- : JWe4po/1t ;.
Her mother>was a daughter 'of Mr :Mr and Mrs W S McCullough and YOU CAN DEPP) ON //QIMUIA CHINA LUXErC! aHa*curt Wet .';"r''. ,
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and Mrs V L Turlington. Mrs son Johnny of Jacksonville accom- I.H.y. mfttfliirctlft :: '. -
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work since childhood. Since day. She was their guest while they front: wheels are expertly aligned .. .. ..'2.':.: $7''L' -:' '\'}.

her marriage she has worked for were at Lake George. Most of .i oy expert mechanics on our' Horton e: '';. IYIIJ 2114 Ga Free. .; ..,. .
her church with her husband. She their time was spent in fishing and machine. ,\to.- -- .. i ..' ; .. C...:>-- -.:.

states that her parents were conse- taking in sights. LEA
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atmosphere for her spiritual development Mrs R B Horton and, children : 4 FREE Guaranteed by '

.both by their teaching and stopped by Monday .for a short visit Good
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by their example. Their many with Mr and Mrs S E Whitty en- Those who gathered at Suwannee 4j X : kk
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friends great route Perry Park Sunday, June 25, : 'LADYERtISEDfat ;
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HITS Dewitt Green and two children. Almond and children. Nancy and Pickels and two .children of Frost- ., $2"Qt.. Cm Fro Col2ad ..y1.I'
Sandra and Rickey, and Mrs John Billy, went to the beach at Carra- proof; Mr and Mrs Doyle Sapp and .

'?-i: R Newton and son Johnny to visit belle last week. 'A most enjoyabletime son of Perry, Mr and Mrs David 1 '
was had. Cruce -- .
and son and Mr and Mrs -
her.Mr and Mrs Archie Williams and The friends of Miss Edith Drydenare Auley Barker of Madison; Mrs Libby '

children left for their home InMiami glad to learn she is doing nicely Cruce and son, Mr and Mrs Danny .j. '- \ -

Sunday from a pleasant visit from recent surgery at the Madison Bass and Mr and Mrs S R Sapp and ; Buy one ,

here with relatives and friends.' County Memorial hospitaL two granddaughters of Greenville; ,
Mr arid Mrs Calton Whitty and ,Mr Emery Jackson had to under Miss Charlotte Bell, Mr and Mrs _

children, Shelley, Michael, Susan go surgery. His friends are glad to Dorman Pickels and Mrs R'J ,;.; '-getone ,. LIQUID ENAMEL.CUSS-- x a ," .

and Keith, of Baldwin, came Sunday hear he is doing well, and hope he Pickels and daughter, Miss Jean, -" 5- fer !* '

for a short visit with Mr and will be back home soon from, the of Lee; Mr David Pickets of Pater- -.s ,... $300 tNi.r, tatitrkr,'8", ;. :..}, it.,. ,

jars S E Whitty. local hospitaLMr son, N J; Wallace L, Pickels USN )) ,Qt.. Get.. >
Mrs-JUice Driggers of Plant City David Pickets of Paterson, stationed at Norfolk, Va; and Miss II :riry 2aI Ca: _" ?-

tame a -few days ago for a visit N J, Wallace L Pickels USN ofNorfolk. Margie Sabine and Mr and Mrs : Jfi\\\\ ;
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with the R Williamses and other Va. and Mr and Mrs Ker- Johnny Haines and niece of Live J. t : ,

relatives. sey P1ckels"and children of Frost- Oak. At noon lunch was spread and .. '_ MARY CARTER'S ROL-EZE HOUSE EALN1 $8.98 GAL := .., ,-; t

\ Mr and Mrs_ Dalton Mercer were proof left ,sUnday after spending an had an enjoyable time together.Mr S : !: '- ACRYLIC EXTERIOR LATEX. FIRST ALL WATER 5 5 .-. -

among those attending the homecoming their vacation with their mother. : and Mrs A E Ragans of Lee SYSTEM; ROLLS ON WOOD, BRICK AND MASONRY.
at Chattahoochee.They sister and brother Mrs R J Pickels OF EXTRA CHARGE -
of nurses had as recent guests their brother- ., .r42cdiGALLONFREE : ,
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reported a pleasant day. Mrs and Jean; and Mr and Mrs Dorman in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs W S '*,* f "

Mercer 'was privileged to see a Pickels of Lee. and Mr and Mrs Fincher of Cocoa Beach and another ; ";,.{\;K. ; MARY cAlm PAINT co.G D .. -;-<

number of her class-mates. Edd Smith Madison R 1. brother-in-law_ and sister, Mr :>'.;"?- ,: '-:1._ ; IMM THAM MO STOP COAST'TO .: ,.. t_ :ri-- :'.
Mr and Airs Carl Turlington and Mrs Jim Ragahs and Mr and'Mrs. .and Mrs ;J R dyatt of PompanO '\' .. ),10' ':

_' .children of Gainesville came for a Norman Ragans and two boys of Beach. They also have as guests I "" ,:. : ;: AT MADISON ICE HOUSE. :
:Vi6ib.W Mr and Mrs J B Whitty. Tallahassee ,visited Mrs R J Pickels this week their daughter Mrs 'E E I BfSlu :Jfc r a VA JT '

...! -'' A also have their sons,' ,Bobby and family Tuesday night of-.last'Bridges.-and. her>SOD, TyroraVoftHialeah SOUTH RANG ST.: ._ HU_ 3- 306.. MADISON. FLA. { .

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:'i you to place your savings with VALDOSTA FEDERAL, and lei them grow with us. Remember, wlere you save DOES make a difference.


I, ) We are big enough to serve you, small enough ti know you. Our current dividend is a big 4 per cent.

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DEATH OF AGED COLORED THE E-R less
Subscribe to ,
y Schwartz's .31stTheGreatestDress WOMAN Used Washers than 8c a week by mail.

as low as $5 down and $5 a month
Emma :Mr and Mrs Quenton Dryden of
Weatherspoon Thomas, age
MESSER south Florida visited Miss Willie
78, died at her home north of
> Phillips and Miss Edith Dryden last
Greenville July 4, after an extended : BATTERY & TIRE CO.
I illness. She had been a life long week at the hospital.tDt .

F citizen of Madison County and a
I member of :Mt Zion Methodist relatives.
Church. Funeral services will be held DS .
-She is survived by one son, Friday, July 7, at.19:00 a m at Mt .
George Brasby-. W'mter.Park, and Zion Methodist Church. Intermentsame O
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Saturday, July 8 FORDELUXE : = : nsnkxi1e1 ?

DOUBLE FEATURE PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLESMrs '
HUK, Eastman color, starring .

1 George Montgomery Mona Free- : p'S Canteywas- hostess to f _
BaIL All the earth-quaking terrorof : AJ 'B Q i .
Presbyterian Circle No 1 :Monday
the killer horde of the Philip- ,
pines. The most savage guerilla war (with electric motor)... momong with eight members at- .- r !
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on earth. See the sea of fire and tending., Mrs George Gandy conducted -

the torch attack .from, the deadly AT / ,; tie business meeting and .
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I I enemies-the dreaded Huks. gave the program on Christian : s }

L'r DAY OF THE OUTLAW starring Citizenship. Mrs T C Merchant Jr:
Robert Ryan, Tina Louise, Burl ,4
led the Bible study on the topic ..
R a tY' 3 Ss
Ives. An outlaw band outwitted
Rejoice In The Lord. Cold drinks
I single handed by a hero of the
and cookies were served.
? Wyoming ,cattle empire. Cartoon. Inc.
Mrs Henry Ragans entertained

Sun-Mon-Tues. July 9. 10. 11 GIVEN AWAY JULY 29th Circle No 2. Mrs Waring Wyche

F' THE ALAMO. Technicolor star presided over the business session
ring John Wayne, Richard Wid-
and Mrs Randell Gaston gave the ..
mark, with Linda ,Cristal and Frankie -
SUMMER BOOKMOBILE Bible lesson from Philippians. :MrsC -
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Avalon. Remember the Alamo!
SCHEDULE MADISON COUNTY C Armstrong presented the
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The battle that continues to blaze :' absolutely.unsinkable
Christian Citizenship program. Six For,the first time evan
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on the pages of history. 185 men .
Thursday, June 22, July 6, 20, etc
fight for Freedom aid life in oneof members attended. 'pJeasure boat
,9:20-10:0O-Lee: Road & Rt. 6 for children of all ages Made of same
the greatest stories ever filmed.Cartoon. Cold drinks.and cookies were o'
10:10-10:2O-Gordon Crossing Henderson'sHome served. ', < .f plastic foam used in life belts and rafts. Great for lakes, ponds,'
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Wednesday, July 12 Mrs Louis Thompson was hostess ":streams and pools. Virtually H011-Capsizable. Completely
DOUBLE FEATURE 10:35-11:00 Van Hinton's Home to Circle No 3 in the church lounge. -

J SWORD OF SHERWOOD FOREST 11:1o-11:25-Mutt Everett's Home Eleven members, including the maneuverable-goes forward, backward, turns on a dime.Speeds up to 3V4

U Eastman color starring Richard 11:551:55Pinetta P. O. president, Mrs T L Fraleigh and Is it FUN!
i Greene, Peter Gushing Sarah 2:102:40-Hanson (MicderVs one visitor Mrs Raymond Ross, of, -' ; k miles per hour. lightweight. And boy!. ever t

Branch. He was champion against Store) Philadelphia, attended.
evil wherever he found' it. Action- 2:453:05-Gibson's Home 1lrsJ G Ashley presided and MrsV :-' .
packed adventure with 'Robin Hood 3:353:45 Katherine Brown's 2 :
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? Sheldon ga"ve the program on .iTu1STat1Li :
and his band.DRAGSTRIP. Home
Christian Citizenship. Mrs T C
3:504:10 Katherine Smith's
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RIOT starring; Merchant was Bible study' leader.
Gary Clarke, Connie Stevens, Hot Home The hostess served cheese spread, SOUTH DUVAL ST. '

rods vs motorcycles in a tangle to 10:15-11:00 4:154:30-Marcus Cherry's Service Home wafers and cold drinks. '" ..... 0-" MADISON, FLORIDA ?bopHu3.668IITCHY.
Browning's "
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Station11:0512:30Cherry SKIN ,. ,
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July 13, 14 Lake School HOW 'TO CHECK IT: '
CHERRY LAKE CAMPERS
'I DOUBLE FEATURE Area12:40.12:50Sale's IN JUST'.15 MINUTES. _
HEROD THE GREAT Eastman Home :After -
A large number of Jacksonvilleand using PTCH-ME-NOT get
color starring Edmund Purdom. All 1:002:30-Lovett Road to Greenville Duval County 4-H club girls your 48c back at any drug store ,1_

the passion and power in the pagan are camping at Cherry Lake State I if the itch NEEDS SCRATCHING. ., ,:,, r .:
court of history's mad and lustful 3:05-Greenyille P. O. 4-H damp this week accompaniedby : Apply instant-drying ITCH-ME-* :: t .t: ; -
Ancient horror and terror June 29, 14, 28, etc .
king. re- Thursday July NOT day or night for: eczema, insect ,. '.u.-
counselors and the H D Agents '
lived on the screen. lO:55-11:55-St Regis Nurseries Wiley Sehnan of Madison is bites, ringworm, toe itch, other S --
12:103.30-Lee ,P. O. surface fry -
rashes.
) CALTUa. THE MONSTER, star- Camp Director, Mrs Ida Smith of NOW at SMITH'SDRUG
1:00- Home1:201:30Chason's S
lO-Curry's STORE
ring John Merivale. Slimy glob of Station Madison is Dietitian; Miss Laura Advt.

doom engulfs the world. An ever 1 l:45--Clement's Home Cameron of Jacksonville, Recreation
1 growing THING of crawling crush- Director and Oscar O'Steen, Master Ernie Bowers son of Mr r 5 AA'

: ing! terror. Cartoon. 1:552: -Church Moseley Hall Baptist i I Life Guard and: _MrsG... E- 'Bowers. of Greenville, \ S (p. ,

is visiting his uncle and aunt; :Mrand
2:3Q-Hopewell Mrs Sapp'sHome .
) BABY HENRY MrS Fred Bowers, in Winslow, -, '
LaVD.Mower. Parts ,and Indiana. He expects to return

QUARTERLY CONFERENCE' Mr and Mrs Carey Henry an- about the middle*of July. .:

I Se. the birth 't :f'-X:'" .... '
< j .C nounee of a daughter July '"
Elder S E.Moses, Presiding Elder third at Orange Memorial in i Y y 0
hospital Robert Surles Jr
seventeen
the Madison District held his '.
of -
McWILUAMS I GARAGE third quarterly Conference June 18. Orlando She weighed six -and "one months old son of Mr and- 'rJ\orrs ,.,

,- at the Jeslam AME church.. half pounds -and was 'named Karen Robert Surles of Cherry Lake,. /'
J Lynn. She is the ,grariddau ghter 0f entered the local hospital Tuesday I let Us
4 Royce Byrd, son of:_,Mr and Mrs Elder Moses was the morning j
D C.Byrd of,Greenville, is in Ocean speaker. He based ,his sermon Mr and Mrs Virgil{ Henry of Madi- for treatment for swallowing rat ..

City, New Jersey, where he has, around the 5th Chapter: and 17th son and Mr and Mrs Doyle Mars- poison. -X Haif YOIBT Wedding
of II Corinthians. Everyone den of St Louis Mo. S S .
accepted employment for'"the 'summer. verse and Orlando. >t '
plaits enjoyed'his sermon. r,> :;:_ Mr, and Mrs 'Keith Wintenburg We complete line of '.. .
He. ;to enroll in the University financially x. f { carry a
All boTheota1 aids., .reported and two of ,
the'FalL sons Waverly, N Y,
of Florid, in He bridal wedding accessories -
amount raised.was $79.54.Bev TALL SUNFLOWER were guests of Mr Wintenburg's gowns,
wan sahifatorian!' "ot the class of S E :Moses' Pres. Elder; Rev -' -v parents Mr and Mrs' H B Winten- -. lingerie, cocktail and

1961, GiSt ,'._ ," Julius Allen; Pastor: and Bobby? Alex Agner reports at his borne burg, durring the July 4th week formal dresses. ".

Bellamy, Rep rter'i, a sunflower plant 11 feet ,and, one end. ...
CONDlTIONEKS t. inch tall. -* .
Morris Day of Tallahassee:; for Mrs Richard Baker and children. :J $ridsShOp .r

IN All SIZES AT merly of Greenville, is. a patient ,ki : Brenda ,and Richard, and Mr and ze
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, having Hugh Hancock.j r'west 90 returned Mrs Edwin Baker returned last

suffered a heart attack Friday home Thursday i from New Wednesday' from a ten days visitin 1008 Williams St. Tel. CH 2-3434! VALDOSTA GEORGIA

J TNA1rrQt '. ,.-x=. ". ? ., .' .*.' York City and Keyport, N J. Mrs Ft Lauderdale with Mrs Mattie

't- Steve Knight,. a recent, graduate Hancock accompanied him on the Elizabeth Fowler. .
STORE I I of NPJC, :is attending 'summer trip. After spending a delightful 670-15 Goodyear Mrs Chas E Bruhl of Houston

school at FSUWANTED., week in New York attending the Mrs Irones Campbell and -son Texas and Charlsie arrived the past

"United Worshipers" district assembly Mike of Verb Beach are guests of 'Weather Tire week cad for a fortnight visit at

[ of, Jehovah's Witnesses at Mr and Mrs W H Woodard and their home in Greenville.x .

= : Yankee Stadium, they stopped by Mrs T C Webb. Mrs Webb has just As Low As $11.88 -x-
the New Jersey city to visit? their returned home from an extended and Bin Waring Wyche Jr
in Jacksonville.x and children- moved Monday into-
daughter and her husband, Mr and stay Plus Tax and Trade-in
-x- their attractive new home on east
Mrs Bert Lougee Mrs Hancock is *" ", ...
., 'and *'Tdtrs C ayte Dickinson U S 90-' .*- -
extending her stay with her daughter Jr and children returned to their at t MESSER'Battery
and will arrive home two weeks
in from a
home Tampa Tuesday .
later. 1 two weeks' visit here with Mrs & Tire Co. A BRIGHT" IDEA

I 1 -x- Corene Studstill and- Mr and Mrs rotRoofsMetalMasonry'
Mrs Mabel Byrd of the :McNally I R C: .Dickinson. '
apartments has just returned home I SUMMER BAND PROGRAMTO

.' from an enjoyable trip that took Rebuilt MirrorSpinet I BEGIN JULY 11

her first to Detroit, Mich, to visit p

kiS .. relatives and friends. From Detroitshe Summer Band classes will begin Ittrj-Cttj IHsU. Uimasa WaI
Tuesday, July 11, in the Madison
went directly' to New York to
High School Band room. All beginning STOPS LEAKS
attend the "United Worshipers"district
r) 3 YEAR WARRANTYKen's students interested in the
Jehovah's Wit- RUSTPROOFSINSULATES
of
assembly
study of a bend instrument are requested -
: + nesses. On her return she stoppedin Music Shop to meet with Mr Harris in
Jacksonville several days visiting Madison High School band room
--- 4ad I with her brother and mother. The Tuesday morning at 10:00 a. m. GUARANTEED

- i a' circle tour was made by train.x of This program is open to all stud- ttPUILIC PDWDCRCD, METALS
Mr and Mrs Thurston Raines CUVtUNO S. BMIO
ents above tlje fourth grade.
>' Cherry Lake and Mr and Mrs Paul .\ Ask for moBifrotion at
t, : The fire department was sum- Calhoun of Gainesville were guestsof \ 45-lt-ch
; ; moned last Saturday morning at i Mr E B Browning Sunday. r
,' < 11:45 o'clock to Dr R V Jackson's --X- Mr mid l1rsKirby Reichmann
home North street ex- I and Misses Ray and Nell Norfleet Howard Studstill
1 ;. : on Range Pat antey Jr is on a six week I
j J 'f. tension, where the electric stove tour duty! at Ft Benning with the have returned from a trip to New .

:::,'.'", : wires were burned. off twom ts. Florida State University ROTC York City West Point and Niagara LUMBER COMPANY

..', ; No other damage was done. Unit. Falls ,NY and Detroit. .. :Madison, Florida

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_ .. -. Mr and Mrs Hazel Wood of Green Miss Toni Milliner of Columbus,
EVEN MORE CUSTOMERS BY dUe returned Friday from Jacksonville Ga, returns home today from a;1 DO BUGS BOTHER YOU? -

where they. had been visiting I week's visit with her grandmother .

k Mrs Wood's mother, Mrs W H Car: ,1 Mrs Ruth Milliner. OKAY, LET'S GET RID OF 'EM, AND FAST. CALLUS '

ARNIE MLDDERSAmerican .ter. I WANT LONGER:TIRE NOW COLLECT IF ROACHES, ANTS, WATER.

Mrs George Gandy accompaniedMr BUGS, FLEAS AND TERMITES ARE MAKING YOUR

w Gandy to Jacksonville Tuesdayto WEAR? LIFE MISERABLE.: WE'LL ELIMINATE 'EM, AND

: i join his ship. He was at home ; YOU MUST BE SATISFIED!

for .a week. Let us align your wheels nth.. our-. .
Station
Service new HORTON front end alignment ;EXTERMINATING: CO.
,. ...... .. ,,' machine. BURKE ..
Sell your Tobacco in cMOTOR R I;. : ..:' '\ -. ..-"\ '\. '.:

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:;:' : .--F" RE'E: "Daily. Vacation-. ''.Bible. ''", ". School'.'- Boat t, Motor, and Trailer. ''' ISS t

PROTECTION
:: k !, ,of thq First_ Baptist Church held, .
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\ Best umbrella for DELUXEBA'RBQ
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J t 4(,.fi'a a n' your life ''is shared with parents and! L- f < !I.

..' (with ,electric motor) friends some of their acComplish- .
\5l ready cash in ments in the study of the Bible 0' !

a :.= ';our savingS ac- AT and the ..fieldro music. After the ,i ': --- -
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e----, _- ::.,.f\count. Start saving', vited to the educational, ,building to 16-ft. ffe -g fcfcStfap j&k.bffshore Boat iwfn 35-hp Johnson engines, ,
: .. -9;'! ...' -*, view the F and trailer. Completely electric 1 :starting:,'generator 20-gallon built !
now! departmental arts and
I in gas .tank and many other accessories. Top condition. Just.
crafts display
11 2 J i $1,350.: Can be 166% financed.
Emergencies occur in the best of regulated lives. Usually During the school ,there 'were 173.:

+ it takes' money to weather the storm. Have it when fouDeed pupils enrolled with an average. at-. Can be seen at my house beginning July 3

it t ; ."J.-. tendance of 139. i.
GIVEN AWAY JULY: 29thMR
.." PETE SHEA HU 3-2590
!;" Mrs Thurston M Raines was ,

principal. &l: the school; Rev William: -
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MiiUron told a character story each: Sec Western
MEMBER OF FEDERAL,,'INSUWGE'DEPOSIT, John H Simmons, age. 82, of the '
day during joint service; Mrs
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.I < CORPORATION, Greenville, passed'away Tuesday Vernon Ragans was pianist; Mrs BEEORE. YOUa:BUY AUJQI
<< June" 27, at the home of his son,
GREENVILLE: FLORIDA, A R Simmons; in Tallahassee.Mr .' Mizel White directed the, music and I Home Yj: :_
Simmons was born in Taylor Mrs Maxwell Hadden was general i

II M County and lived in Madison,-County secretary. Mr L R Wooard directed stucco,
j I tr Don't miss since 1924. He was engaged in arts and crafts work of .the junior QUEEN HONORED A3 -DIVISIONAL. -. ts

ITTENnON! greens farming before retirement and wasa and tritennediatebo'S.. : ,
Mrs :Grace' .Rutherford, wife of
;S member of New Macedonia
Baptist
:- 'Nursery department
superintendent
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) BEEOfuf am coupons in E-R church for .ten years. Mrs ,Cla m gchnitker; as- manager for Investors Diversified ,

YOU BUY Survivors are- six sons,. Cleo, Del- sisted by teachers Mrs, Ethel Wynn &-.rVices. Inc., and licensed representative SEE T !E TOP i
1,1 Ads., bert, Ra.sand Herman,, all, of Miss Linda Walker Mrs George for its subsidiary, Investor -, I,

p ;; : ANY APPLIANCE Tallahassee Greenville ;and James Hugh Simmons Simmons of of Thomas, Mrs Ben Lunday, and Mrs Syndicate, Life Insuranceand STARS RUN 1!E
Russell Walker.Beginners .. Annuity Company, has been
\ 1 Check withWESTERN ATTENDS TRAINING Buckeye Arizona; five daughters, honored by: Investors as the 'May NOW through ,_, ;
Mrs Wm J Hofheinz and Mrs W department ,superintendent -I i
( AUTO CONFERENCE B ,Perkins of Tallahassee, and .Mrs was Mrs Paul 'Ragans, assisted I Queen. of her husband's sales division OCTOBER 7th '. :

Leon Andrews Mrs, Clarence An- by teachers Mrs Ruth Davis, Mrs I
Wilbur G Rutherford of Madison, Mr Rutherford won the honor CLOSED, SUNDAYS
drews and Mrs Eugene Tuten of Lawrence Hoffe: Mrs Miles C
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j SERVICE7HAT WE SELL representative in this area for -Investors Greenville ," and 4..number by achieving.the high
of
; grandchildren Money-Mrs, Wnr B Clark, Mrs Wil
j t BUY HEREPAY'HERE Syndicate Life Insurance and : est production record in his division JEFFERSONKENNEL
t SATISFACTION and Annuity Company, attended a greatgrandchildren.Funeral bur Rutherford and Mrs Horace in ,May sales of the Investment -
GUARANTEEDOR services held Thurs
special Or- were Williams. securities issued by Investors' CLUB
trainIng'conference in
J" YOUR MONEY BACK day June 29th, at 3 p. m. at''the
lando of 73. divisional, district sales graveside'in 'Grove Primary department No. 1 superintendent subsidiary arid''affiliated_ companies .. Monticello, Fin.OnUS19 1
WESTHtNAUTO managers, and zone representatives Rev Walt Shady Bailey: officiating.cemeterywith was Mrs Wayne Burnett and of insurance offered. by Investors -

from the Jacksonville,' Miami, Tampa A quartet composed of Mr and and Department No: 2 superintendent. -I I Syndicate Life. 3 Miles Northof
Mrs Rutherford was crowned by
STORE-( -- and,. and' 28 Mobile, ...,. divisions' ,.1 June 27 Mrs Wade Jones Dewey Jones and Miss Deidra Pidgeon. Teachers,: divisional sales manager, J W Gill, U., S. 90
Mrs Bobby Sherrod sang,. Never Miss .Toy Ragans, Mass Nancy i at a ceremonial attended by
The full line of Investors Syndi- members -
Grow Old, accompanied by Mrs Puckett Mrs 'Tom Allen Mrs C L! SPECIAL SECTION
Phone HU 3-2385 Madison of the division. She will havea
: ,cate Life policies, including completion FOR NEGRO FANS
; insurance, was discussedat Peter :Stern organist. Mattes, Mrs Curtis. Reams, Miss choice of a pearl and diamond
,the sessions. The T J Beggs Funeral Home Mary Kay Gibson, Mrs Hugh Gibson, ring, a cashmere'' cardigan, or a '.

I fI GREENVILLE COURT. was in charge of arrangements. Miss, Vicki Page, Miss Ann_ Owens: fitted handbag as ,an award. More RACES NIGHTLY 8:15
Pallbearers Messrs Henry
I July 3, 1961 were and ,Mrs Cumbee. than 3,300 Investors representatives ..
:Major and Mrs Edwin H Cooper Shirey I
I Roberts, Sevier Agner Goal Hen- MATINEES 2:l3 P. M. !1-.:
1 : Mutlak Murad, 139 N W 17 Place, ;I and son' Edwin Jr, of Jacksonville dry, John Davis, Walter Cone, Le- Junior department No. 1 superintendent compete for these honors, annually.. ON SATURDAYS -

x Miami, Fla, charged with peddling; :were fourth of July holiday guests roy Cruse and Hubert Linton.. Mrs '0 R Hamrick teachers tendent was Mrs Johnny Smith AND LABOR DAY
having no occupational license. 'of his' parents Mr and Mrs W SCooper Mrs Arthur Owens, airs Gene 1 teachers, :Miss Mary Ellen Selman
J Murad plead guilty and was fined ,I Browning, Mrs ouzel White Mrs' Miss Florida Davis, Miss:, Shirkne Dine In Air-Conditioned

350. Saundra and Brenda Dixon of Blalock Raines, Mrs John Sevor. Pidgeon, and Mrs C L Milford. TURF CLUB
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Lake City returned to their home Junior department. 2 superin- The social committee serving refreshments Admission Only 50c

J. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 3rd USED WASHERS Thursday after a. delightful tweeks' tendent;, Mrs Margaret S Morris; each day were chairman LADIES ADMITTED
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
I visit with their grand par- teachers, :Mrs, Mary Vickers, Mrs Miss Bennie Wilder, Mrs E B Wil. FREE TUES.-THUP$.
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTYIN GOOD SELECTION .
ents, Mr and Mrs Virgil Henry.
Roy Milliron Mrs Claude McDaniel. son, Mrs W C Copeland Sr, Mrs No Minors
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
CHANCERY. Their mother Mrs Virleen Dixon Allowed"f
Intermediate department superin- Chandler Harrell.
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Bill of for Divorce t f' .
Complaint has : ; '_ '
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office of the Clerk of the Circuit .

Court in and for Madison County.! .- _..
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before the ofJuly -
31st
on or day ;i!; .. .
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plaint. .
The Enterprise-Recorder is hereby"designated
as the newspaper in :
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which said order shall be published f .

once a week for four ((4) consecutive''' 1--. ,\' .
weeks.
Witness my hand and official seal

I this 28th day of June, A. D. 1961. .";j- f
DALE M. LESLIE -'.,,:;

Clerk Circuit Court. '-:. t ,_
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MAKE APPLICATION FOR. "' 5 "

FINAL DISCHARGE :
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Florida Statutes <. ;...:

In Court of the County Judge
Madison County. State of Florida.In ;": S. = _Tt! e > a whqtejyagonload _of have-all seats facing forward. just automatically, mufflers are )

re the Estate of Willie Cason Ford features that only There's more distinction. The made to last three times as long "

Deceased. In Probate.TO ',,< L.it 1'': < :;:. "> America's station. wagonspecialists Country Squire (shown above) as ordinary mufflers, and the {. i
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ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- )'M' : '".- : can bring you. is the one and only wagon in its finish never needs waxing. I

CERN Notice: is hereby given that .. First, there's more room.Ford's field with body panels that look STOP putting off that station ) &.I

Nettie Cason filed her final reportas J'" extended load deck is the like mahogany, wear like,steel. wagonYou've always wanted. .t

Executrix of the estate of Willie .. longest and widest in its field. There are more savings, too SWAP_ for a '61 Ford wagon now ...' > ;"

Cason deceased; that she filed her The tailgate opening IS seven Ford's Ranch Wagon is America'slowestpriced while your Ford Dealer's celebrating S. :

petition for final discharge and that :_.. ,inches wider than last year, too. ,* full-size wagon. record-breaking sales.
she will apply to the Honorable CurtisD { There's more convenience.You And like all Fords, every Ford SAVE with the wagon America .

JEarp, County Judge of Madison T can have an electrically controlled wagon is built to be more serviceloves most made by FORD '. :1'D /" 'i t: '

County Florida, on the 28th day of roll-down rear window in free: goes 30,000 miles between Americas station wagon / ,--

:July, 1961, for approval of same Ford it's standard chassis lubrications, 4,000 miles specialists for 32 years! ,
wagon.
and for final discharge as any -tntd M a conpariM ofUAiif .
Executrix of the estate of Willie .in all Country Squires and 9- between oil changes, brakes ad- r .rH1MgOtl. Bon x xbirtrt'tt4f
ft*! ; In I'I'a
Cason. deceased, on this 28th day ; {Passenger' Country Sedans. j -

of June 1961.NETTIE IS4-:: (their field, only Ford wagons Today is the day to STOP..SWAP..SAVE_ '
CASON, Executrix of : (
the estate of Willie Cason deceased. ,'

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"%PAGE EIGHT THE E rERPRISE-1 ECORDFB, MADISON, FLORIDA .. FRIDAY JULY. 7th, 1961

J I '. Mrs Stacy Coggins and daughter!of Mrs P J Parramore and Miss
If. 'Too Late To Classify'I 1
f : USED WASHERSGOOD ) I
SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL I of Jacksonville were recent guests Phillis Parramore.

aC ,. ,' :. : I II.
r BUY NOW! SAVE NOW SELECTION
I Am A Realtor .
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.., LOOK PRICES CUT TO THE BONE ON ALL Howerton Supply Company
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MAJOR, APPLIANCES. <: -
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i' AT PROTECT the individual TIlE ATHElt : r. tii I
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'i ,right of real estate ownership and

.. r : 'j1 Furniture and Appliance Goy:; ,to widen the opportunity to enjoyit Week ending-July 4th,, 1961 4ak
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Min. :
Madison, Florida ...f,4Jj 'aU. TO'dealings BE honorable; and honest in Wednesday ,89 68 .06 ii :

r' i ALL MUST GO BY JULY '15th. TO SEEK better to representmy i Thursday 90 67 .02 ,.
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i clientsfJ&y building knowledge Friday ..,89 67 .00
j '-,: ALSO RECEIVE A FREE GIFT UP TO, $35.00 ON and' competence: my Saturday w 92 66' .00
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, l : EACH PURCHASE TO ACT fairly towards all in Sunday ;92 68".00.:
Monday = 92 : 70. : .00
; the spirit of the Golden Rule
." t FREEZERS, REFRIGERATORS, STOVES AND WASHERS r= TO SERVE well my community;- Tuesday .. ..92 ,69,,1.07

"i HAVE 9 PIECES LEFT ON HAND I and through it my country; TOTAL -L15 .
I' TO OBSERVE the Realtor's Code ..\ :.r.
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Rainfall rvRhy,4.2ifiSs :
week'ending July 1st
p j. THEY WELL GO FAST ,AT THESE PRICES of Ethics and conform., my conductto at
Gibson Tower 1.20 in; Lovett'Tdv er
t BE FIRST AND GET its lofty ideals. 1.10 in, Autilla Tower. 0.25 in,'Sin- r. ,: ;( fS
THE GREATEST BONUS
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A. BROADUS WILLOUGHBY, 'Realtor
A J. '.. .... I clair Tower 1.55 In Mill CreekTower
Phone HU 3-6481
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0.40 in Madison forestry

-- FOR ELECTRONIC'I headquarters 2.00 in.
Boat "
; County Comntissioriers'Proceedings Headquarters i Temperature at forestry headquarters -

I ;: 'KanbTunmg .;'\ I. at 2.1 pm. Low, 88, June
; i :27th. High, 9J, July 1st.
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,: :' Used 14-ft fishing boat and trailer -
:CALL I.\ $100. I Rainfall month' of June 7.36 In.

; W. ,IV. RYCROFI1: MADISON. FLORIDA Used 14-ft Carter Craft $595. I 2L54 Rainfall in. first six months of 1961

.,,' July 5, 1961 Small down payment, balance '
Sun rises July 7th 5:36 sets ..
am
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.r .:. Phone: Cherry Lake 8389'or The Board of County Commissioners monthly. i 7:41 pm.Moon .. -
Write: Rt. 3 :Madison. Fla. of :Madison County, Florida Anything in Larson fiberglass rises July 7th 150 am. "
met this day in regular session. I boats, from 7-ft. to a 20-ft cabin r
Moon in constellation of Aries
Appeal For Help The Chairman, Hon Elzie King 'cruiser at $100 to $700 UNDERlist July 7th. .

called the meeting to order.' All prices. High tide July 7th at St Marks
I Sold out last week. Only 6 more
members were present. The meet- I light 10:13 am.
We are out of doors and: need a ing was opened with prayer by the ,last to go week.at prices comparable to
shelter. Our church burned down chairman. For higher than ordinary
Fora real deal, with
j check
and we have no place in which to Mr Van H Priest, Vice Chairmanof quality at lower than' usual

worship. We are asking everyone the Suwannee River Authority Lewis Hamesat prices, see McLEOD FURNITURE ':3

who can and will to help us build asked the Board to consider participating CO., Greenville, Fla.'

our church back for Jesus' sake'. and in the Suwannee' River Au- Drapery Shop across from Hospital *

forours too. thority for the coming year. Mr in Madison, Florida SECRETARY TO DIRECTOR

We thank you for whatever you Priest explained the activities of 'the HODGES
FOR SALE; Almost one-half acre
give, little or much, from a pennyon Authority and its objectives. The of land south of Metal Products -
Mrs E B Scanlan of Madison has
to
up.: We are asking everybody Board took the matter under consideration Plant, across railroad track. DAN

help please.St. ? .. WALKER, 2801% Cleveland Ave accepted the position of secretaryto
Director Hodges of the State .INTERNATIONAL' $INTRi&UB as seen InstVl: 'l'EEN-A: ,
Jameh Missionary Church
Dr Charles L Mattes, Director of Tampa Fla.. 45-2t-ch
Rev J W Joseph, Pastor \ Board of Conservation and will.assume mad checkerboard of color front and back, laced to a wisp
the Madison Health Unit
County FOR SALE: House 2% miles northof her duties within-a few, days. ;waist In the St. Tropez manner. Vicky Vaughn does it in
discussed with the :Board the proposed Madison on Valdosta road .
''broadcloth time, roost seasons.: .
cotton to wear
silky any
Repairs on.all small gas budget for the Health Department large lot, 4 inch well several 750-14 Goodyear All-Weather

motors. 'HOWERTON .SUPPLYCO. for the year 1961-62. Dr nice pecan trees. JESSE MOORE _, t. < 7,' Two.toues of green magenta or blue., 5 to,15........... .

Mattes stated that his budget was Pinetta,' Fla. Phone HU 3-2304. lire < ;. ; the LOOK ..
., Briggs-Stratton and Me- Nylon : _1 f only expensive $9.98. ..'
not complete but, assured the Board 442tpd. # '
__ Culloch Sales and 'Service. THESE AND OTHERS ARE AT ,
that he would'have it before them FOR SALE: Iron peas. See W E As Low As $14.88. :, : ;

JAYCEE FORUM by: the 14th day of July 1961. WARD, R; 2, Madison, Fla. LUCILE'S DRESS SHOP
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The Board had advertised, accor- 43-2t-pd Plus Tax and Exchange _

Jaycee President C' B Quick reported -.ding to law, this day as equalization ,- .
HOUSE FOR R NT. Availablenow i
., .I; e MADISON, FLORIDA
he has invited all prospective .day. Hon A H Armstrong, Tax unfurnished. MRS J P JOHN- MesserBattery ." ::0k ;
-t ANDTHE ''
candidates for City Commission Collector, presented the 1961 Tax SON, Phone HU 3-6251, Madi- k;:' ''

to speak to the Jaycees today. 'Roll to the Board and the Board accepted son, Florida. 45-lt-ch & Tire Co .' ; FAMILY STORE ('<...

J Friday July 7 at the regular meet- same as submitted. There ; '.;
FOR RENT: Two bedroom apartment .
ing. :were no complaints. / unfurnished, close to High P .Jo."Jf'..' .
'The Board approved the apprai- ,-- ,; ,
School and College. .MRS LEILA

( YOU CAN DEPEND ON sal report submitted by the State Y-"ATPIISON, phoneHU $648.. $ .. ',." ..'

Road Department on Road S-146., 45-tf-ch
Smoother car driving when your 2601.
35580 (150)
Section -
front wheels are expertly alignedby FOR .RENT: Brick building oPP t i ',
further business, -
There being no TWO
expert mechanics on our Horton site Ragans :Motor Co. on High
machine. the meeting adjourned. way 90. MRS' ELOISE RAGANS T. a

Elzie King, Chairman HU 3-2390. daytime, and HU .

CANTEY MOTOR CO. ATTEST: 3-6537: at night. 44-3t-pd t '
Dale M Leslie ClerkIt j ;
& I Tupperware Dealer Wanted ,...for -, : LEVEL, .:
Madison and Greenville area; manor .
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,0 woman._Product retailed on the

fr Home Party plan only. No.. dealers "
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t 4 are now active- in this area. WriteC WASHING I

t IN CITY ELECTION JULY 25, 1961 B NIRMAIEL 2000 MELROSE }

I DR., VALDOSTA, GA. 45-2t-pd .


#- Beach Cottage for ssv
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rent at Fernandina


i Beach the week. 1J .
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by : POWER ,

VIlEFOR contact A H SMITH at -m m 41:f: SHOWER WASHES }. :

DOWN
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City 42-tf-th : i \ IMPS 1.LER

.,. itrz WASHESGENERAL
.. Several top quality refrigerators '.i:,-' ', ri:: U.....

and ranges, used only a ._

few months, at a good discount. :

HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. ,. _- I


WHOMEVER YOU_. : WISH, BUT VOTE!! Mr and Mrs M S Overby* of ::i' ELECTRIC
Augusta Ga
,- are returning home :. -' 1S : ;
today from a week's visit withMr;. ; :

If you are NOT REGISTERED, you MAY REGISTER at the and Mrs C S Blalock and Mrs W MOBILE MAID
4r. 3. ,,
{ L Horton. Mr and Mrs Bill Bennett '

-.' and two children of Valdosta were !;; ;.'
City Clerks Office oii.JULY' 5, and Thereafter. their guests from f DISHWASHERr ,
Sunday throughthe _>
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,- day enroute to their home in Dade needs HQ inggl- inferior protect? ',-. -- .

,.Paid. for by Friends of City from ,a trip to New York and lotion f .dfehe -*' ,I' .*-' ."
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Highlands. N C. t. .. --/ ,.;jj t. :, M1L
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Fully AltQmeftcf"' z
I Several .:. -
Used Allis-Chalmers _"'. o. for '.
: :: 1 J BORNETTE ," ..t J 'f r.MOhfLSP3W.\ 12 people ': ;: -:', ,?< "

66 All Crop Harvesters :.,,::; 0 ,. J.k

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See Us for a 1k. ain; They Must
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J B DAVIS, Inc. ONLY$21495 ::,," ,; \ ..

'- COMPLETE .\:._, .
:Miss Nell Norfleel is at Presby- '-<-; :
.. FREE OF EXTRA COST
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j terian College, St Petersburg several tf J ---- '- - --- -! 11 .
--- t days this week for orientation ,.- -'
: Oulwashes AH Other Dishwashers Incftltfift- -- -l t' :
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dillac church'* or by any name ; ', .,'
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Kind or, persons'who ;
would be interested :.; '' .
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in Join -.[)Sa ..,: y I ,++i,:" 'y... 'r.. ye: 7 ,., {) fi: ,y.

A lag,. that vis. a -
Y dangerous .sign. ;j : fte Little e MfesflUrl Rii@r I s f,'

They are not our % .. .cL .., dose to the South Dakota border :
,:)?kind at people"is r < ', y : i <: : : ;:; : :

a phrase that' .:'- ..,f :.,t ti Fax *. i: "jA ria about 200 miles from Montana and .
wreck a 'Vr
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It's fun to look at lie whole world
people already in it. there never A r -

would have been a church. There _= and thenjmt jirigeron the :place :

never would have been the Twelve : A + !,!} .. ,your ... --....'I ....: <1
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J Aposttes. ,. ... %,: Y.v y. ': :: : where: you, .live. It makes you realiza ::':, 's4.t :1

)faa la a Bright Shidoff :"' \.#" -7 I how important you arel I s

One striking fact about Jesus < .. .. ;II "
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was the Variety of friendships.. ,jS.Y y fir-a K rtr wY: ,4 r'r, ,
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lie had a' :drawing power::for an, ?:: ;'< l. : ; t a:: wt.
.4. i'i.P. .: 4{Y In the free nations of this mId
aorts and'::;conditions of men. Now .Jt r! : : : : :?qy ka.} "?3}pcti r n c .
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:would perhaps have no objectionto < k. r :.j)yp8ry'':' ..: : ny.

!Jail kinds of persons in his general 9 nS : % ,.. ii.r land and houses gad tractors. They can.read .

following;- but wouldn't,he ,. :

select for the hard core" of,.his }: { {.nr.......,.,,,,;. .3. ...::1'.'G:.C/r:Y ;'', {3f .fwY y ;;f .,y k. r.y.... $..yAsrS ogtrS the ,truth. They can, think fo'x.
new movement men who,were'so ;} .',;, '
% :: ., '. themselves and what they think
much alike that,they're ally wouldgo t'rj :} f. y. t::q : L. say ,
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so well fitted for one another R .. ir: .. -

that quarrels would never arise?, r -?': :,{'). brate, or plan--or protest.

On the contrary, Jesus chose his '. .

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brother without the strength or or turn it into a museum! 1 R
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'however who aver seemed to be hr. .

dazzled by living in the bright V, GOD! We thank Him best by using .
shadow of his older brother. His -', -, -- *-
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man less able than Peter but not -.
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We do not know. We do know the building of character and good ehii ishi F. Monday Galatians_ ,. .. 5 1-6 Y t.: : ;
enough about his life to form a Y-9 .
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It is a storehouse of spiritual slues Without a .
ihadowy picture of a man who Wednesday Luke 12 13-21 :
was certainly much more sub, strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization """ -. -. _
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survive. There four sound reasons why .J'
can are -
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for example. that he was a fisherman "; -
should attend services regularly and I Peter 2 11-17 ::. 'Tj
by trade. A man who lives by every person Saturday .
fishing you may count on it, is support the Church. They are: (1)! For his .. e -- :
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brave man, used to emergenciesand r "
a own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3)) For _

not scared by them. He will sake his and (4) ,. .' .. . ., .. ,
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be a man of muscle too if he goes ;.. : _' r'J

out seining as we know Andrew t. the sake of the Church itself,' which needs his 'r j ..,,- .. ... % / '
did. He was not poverty-stricken, moral and material l support. Plan to go to. _n' :: =-...;..;

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a special friend of both sons of .

Zebedee, why not both sons of MADISON DRUG STORE MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY S : .17 !

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tends to throw some people intoa FLORIDA I
tailspin. "If I can't be corn I MADISON, FLORIDA MADISON ,; j
want to be shucks" is what 3 3
don't
people say. But Andrew was ,f. i_ : : : tj' 7 :
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have. of him'snapshots" .; .: ', o. WESTERN- AUTO STORE a l t: A .', ;::1. .
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was the talent of knowing people. -.. MADISON, FLORIDA .- be coming; to us Phone HU 3-2355 '! Ir b tJf -11 t

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first man with to Jesus.make He Peter was the acquainted .. igh-Ashley Truck & Tractor Co. $..::': CANTEY MOTOR CO. -; ;<: I Iy.

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EAGETEN .. : TIn: :ENTERPRISE-RECORDER MADISON FLORIDA: _,, {',.. FRIDAY, JULY .,7th, 1961: ,
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Try WHITE-TOP DRIVE. z
Band
MIlS DirectorMr
:' IN'S REGULAR MEALS, T rMBR
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5 h Clinton Harris has moved to they're delicious, friend. .
Madison to assume his duties as ana .
: t ; MHS Band, Director. He, his wife
and daughter, Barbara Ann, are CARD THANKS I
rt ., ; residing on Browning Street. Whole house air conditioning '
Mr Harris
comes from Hartford,
Ala.,. where he was Band Director: We wish to thank, from the :)-'
w 1t I RT 'M R 5 at Geneva County High School depths of our hearts, friends for Low C* Tt ff y PymntiCIfHAT ifft t
I the many kindnesses shown Mr
for the nine
past years. He is en-
f WhOJi Mintzer during his
; thusiastic about plans for developIng illness and while
the MRS and Junior Bands and I in the hospital. May God bless you For -
he I alL JOHN P. AGNER i
announces will be available dally i '
:MB AND MRS JOE :MINTZER M
to interested parents and studentsin
the Band Building where he is coN PLUMBING AND HEATINGHU t
already busily organizing hi S Sumner -
.. Band Program. HontkeHo ,Stock Yard 3-6604 Madison, Fla.

WMAF SCHEDULEWEEK -
At the Monticello Stockyard, Inc
.. DAYS July 3, 108 cattle and calves were
6:00. SIGN ON sold compared with 83 a week ago.
.. 4 6:01 GOOD NEWS Trading active Stocker and feeders
.a 6:10 WORLD & STATE NEWS accounted for about 62% of supply. ,
6:15 FLORIDA FARM HOUR Representative classes cattle and
DALE W. BURNETTPHONE 6:40 RUDY HAMRICK, COUNTY calves steady to strong:, however,
AGENT (MON, WED..,, FRIDAY most classes too few previous week
HU 3-6244, MADISON, FLA. ) for accurate comparison
6:50 WORLD NEWS
'NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE 6:55 STATE NEWS .. BELL BOYS RING BELL
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Mr and Mrs J L Studstill and '
8y' Clerk of Circuit Court ':00 COFFEE TIME -
children, John Lee, Vonnie and Notice is hereby given that the 7:25 MORNING SPORTS SHOW The three Bell boys were topEnterpriseRecorder jt
Otelia, of Panama City, were guestsof undersigned Dale, M Leslie, Clerkof 7:32 COFFEE TIME newsboys last .. .
Mr and Mrs Van H Priest over Circuit Court of Madison County, 7:40 REPORT FROM TALLAHASSEE week and each received a pen in '
the holiday week end. Florida will, on the 17th day of (TUES. THROUGH addition to the money he made. ,
July, 1961, at 11:00 o'clock A. M.
SAT.) Roger; Bell sold 50 papers to make
at,the West,front door of- the Madison 7:45 WORLD NEWS pl.60' for himself, Frankie Bell sold
> :8 k County Courthouse of- Madison 7:50 STATE NEWS 52 to make $1.56, and Wayne Bell
County; in the City of Madison, 7:55 WEATHER NEWS sold 55 to make $1.65. .
Florida, offer for sale and ''sell at 8:00 COFFEE TIME
Is the unmortgaged
0iN. public outcry to the highest and '9:00 MORNING DEVOTIONS Mr and Mrs J L Schoelles and a part
best bidder, for cash, the following 9:15 SWEET MUSIC TIME children left yesterday to spend
described,property situated in. Mad- 9:30 MARY BLAINE TIME their vacation the Gulf Beaches.x of your home inJured too?
ison County, Florida, to-wit: 9:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE -x-
,Start at: the Southeast corner 'of 10:00 MUSIC UNLIMITED and Mrs T H Callahan left,
the Southwest Quarter of the North- 11:15 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- Thursday to ,spend a few days with. --
east ,Quarter of Section '20, Town- GRAM Mrs Callahan's parents in Tennessee.i If your home burns will there be sufficient money from] !
ship 1 North, Range 7 East, thencerun 11:30 RECORD SESSION -x- the insurance to reimburse "you for the value of your '
East 6 chains, thence run South equity? Are and the holder of your mortgage note
with EACH PURCHASE.of a 11: (SOCIAL SECURITY ,PRO- Rev William Ligon is attending you '
41 3 chains and ,218 feet to the pointof GRAM TUESDAY) the West Florida Assemblyin both fully protected in case of disaster? Why take aI; !
GENERAL ELECTRIC beginning, and is the Northwest 11:50 STORK CLUB (MONDAY : Panama City this Baptist week.. He is, .chance"on being underinsuredCome in and see \1$f 9f.

Residential l corner of the lot, or parcel of land ONLY) serving as a counselor and, conducting -complete property insurance hek-up.
sold and conveyed and hereinafter 11:55 YOUR FLORIDA GARDEN "
CENTRAL AIR COimOffliOOK* '
a daily seminar;
described"as follows:thence run East 1
12:00: WORLD NEWS '.
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20 degrees South 100 feet, ,thence run 12:15 'NOONTIME NOTES v., Morrow Insurance Agency
WEATHERTRON! South 100 feet, thence run West 20 12:30 TALK OF THE TOwN.| .<.' '. USED PIANOS,
degrees North 100 feet, thence run 12:40 ..,,FARM NEWS i '. ; 't", 108 West Pinckey St. Madison\ Fla. 6.-
ALl ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP North '100 feet back to ,t fb'j point! ol 1245-STATE 'NEWS'* Ken's Mus c"Shop- / ;KeptetentSnf-' IheHatSSffitt;w'u = Il&UHittt
I.1 beginning, and being a "part of the 12:50 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- .. Company

Northeast Quarter of the Southeast .GRAM ., :
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Quarter of Section 20 Township 1 12:55 WEATHER' NEWS .
North: .Range 7 East, and containinga 1:00HILLBILLY HIT PARADE ,
,,100 feet by 100 feet, '(FROM THE :PASTOR'S
.. pursuant to the final decree of ". STUDY, WEDNESDAY)
foreclosure entered in a case.pend- 2:00 GOSPEL TIME |&
ing in said Court, the style of 2:30 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM -
.
TERMS AS LITTLE AS which is '
DIXIE ACCEPTANCE CORPORA- 2:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE ,
20 MONTHLY TION, a corporation, Plaintiff, 3:00 AFTERNOON MELODIES
UP TO 60 MONTHS TO PAY vs. 3:40 PUBLIC SERVICE. PROGRAM 1
F B KING, individually and as ,':," I t
guardian of the person and estateof 4:00 RECORD REQUEST : f r
Walter King, an incompetent, 5:45SPORTS: HIGHLIGHTS THIS HOT WEATHER I
and C J Miller, Defendants., 5:55 REPORT FROM TALLA-
and the docket number of which is HASSEE ( MONDAY ,

number 6, page 74. THROUGH FRIDAY)
WITNESS my hand and the I 6:00 WORLD NEWS .J ..
official seal of said Court, this 6:15 TWILIGHT TUNES I
I gompanuYALDOSTA 29th day of June,, 1961. 6:59 SIGN OFF
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DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk of FIVE'MINUrE ''NEWScAsT BE-
I! Madison FORE THE HOUR NEWS
the Circuit Court of ; COMFORTABLE
GA. County, Florida. HEADLINES &: WEATHER ON
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(SEAL) HALF HOUR.
CALL COLLECT: By Jeannette T. Leslie Deputy Clerk i SUNDAY SCHEDULE "q
RANDELL H. ROWE JR. At- 7:29 SIGN ON

CH 2-7355 torney. for Plaintiff, Madison, Florida. 7:55 7:30 'TRAVELING NEWS .STARS WITH A LaSALLE AIR-CONDITIONING UNIT,

J 8:00 GOSPEL HYMN TIME >'
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8:30 SHOWERS OF BLESSING
Madison Gas Co. --- Madison Gas.CoCO 8:45 WORLD NEWS ,srWeare

8:50 STATE NEWS AND WEATHER"...., .:. -. .. prepared install 'conditioning in You tr *, .
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w bams .f/ F 9:15 9:00 JIMMY MORMON STROUD CHOIR Home or Store, and, regardless of the summer's heat/:; ,

9:30 LIGHT & LIFE HOUR
e.. __ 10:00 NEWS
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C'-} = 10:05 SONGS OF FAITH everybody will be cool and comfortable. And the unit, ,;
= 10:32 MEDITATION FOR SUNDAY .
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COMMUNITY CHURCH '
GOC5 V-- '. '--. JM1: '.
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CU PRICED TO SELL <
== ; ', 1:00. PROTESTANT HOUR ., .
1:30 HOUR OF DECISION .
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INSIDE AND OUTSIDE REFRIGERATION AIR-CONDITION

encd en Lowe .Br.thers&er -- .. -.

CJP) For Home Use, Propane Gas -_ 8 HEAT PUMPS PACKAGE UNITS '

Bottled and Tank. ;, Kem- :
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Mrs. Dorothy Medders R H. "Bob" Dye Easy Paymeats .: ,;.. "- Phone, HU 3-6339. 'If no answer, Call HU 3-2560


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.M_ ties;this one ours was built by t,-. *iit ArR '5 your own economy
earns. t ., and gets J r
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jin their! neighbors....people who usediheir No community was ever built 77vP"

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:Create the trade volume it took toKtablish %$ satisfactory economic level. B> 1

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[NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OR
Lumber Company PARTNERSHIP AND OF INTENT:

a..... J-0tC)6) : TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
and BUILDING SUPPLIESIF NOTICE Is hereby given that the .if
partnership heretofore existing and
KIRBY REICHMANN. Madison do composed of Van H Priest and R C
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Home, as partners trading and doing
business under the firm and
you read the Fisherman's Calendar? name
style of MADISON FINANCE COM.
PANY (Not Inc.), which fictitious
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has been heretofore regis-
name
,i .- ,- ;.- '; = :: COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR tered with the Clerk of the Circuit
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.._' : : > ., .. has been dissolved as of April 1
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INTERESTED IN AN OWNER- OMPLETED : ii"l Tim..for belt Day "...... YYfcra Hd 1h. eat" 1961.
: NOTICE is further given that the
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HOME, SEE HOWARD STUDSTILL LUMBER COMPANYv" ; .er ;!.- \ SUN MON TUE I WED THU I FlU SAT I SUN undersigned K Home, as R,husband'C' Home and and wife Esther, in"
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I .t( ? .10 12 13 14 15 16 tend to register with the Clerk of.
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_' '.,'- !e. the Circuit Court of Madison
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>"'":' \1.. 10:35 11:23 12:13 *:02 1:50 235 3:20 4KSAM the fictitious
e NO MONEY DOWN. FINANCING ADJUSTED' :. : County, Florida name
: ': *: ': :. :: ,-. AM: PM PM PM PM PM PM of MADISON FINANCE COMPANY
YOUR REQUIREMENTS' >':;: '.:: .; : (Not Inc.), under which they
," jI,',f' ,... are engaged in easiness in the City
"- ,.;. ..: Hacker the FUh Bettor !fi ley for ffsfefng I of Madison, Madlon County, Florida*.
t .. .. '. R_ C.. HORNE,
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WE WILL FURNISH BATHROOM FIXTURES SHEET :
,. NOTICE OF ELECTION
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BOCK, HOT WATER HEATER, AND LIGHT FIXTURES :'
Regular election of one membec

FOR SMALL EXTRA MONTHLY PAYMENT. of the City Commission of the City,
of Madison,. Florida, will be held in
1 T. City Hall, Madison, Florida. Tues-
1:;: : J ; .: Lumber compaCAPITOL day July 25, 1961.

- Registration books for the regis:;
tration of voters will be open at'

# ,' the Clerk's office July 5, 1951, and

rs HU 3-6106 thereafter. :
Petitions for qualifying candidates

must be signed by twenty-five or
LITTLE LEAGUE ACTION !.{Raymond Ross of Philadel- more electors each and must btf

HITCHCOCK phia, Pa. has been spending sometime filed with the City Clerk not latec
s here with Mr and Mrs Joe
1961, and
10,
than 4:30 p. m. July
The Madison Little League under
REFRIGERATION SERVICE Mintzer. acceptances of candidacy must be
the 'guidance of Mr G Smith is enjoying -x-
Madison filed: 'with the City Clerk by candi
Florida a very successful season. Although Mr and Mrs T C Gibson and Mr dates not later than noon July 15*
PHONE HU '3-6339 slowed on occasion by the and Mrs James Pafford and chil- 1961.

if no answer, Call almost daily rain, several exciting dren of Monticello and several of CITY COMMISSION
Paffords' friends from
FACING 'games have been played. the away CITY OF :MADISONWe
HU ,
3-2560
I are spending the holidays at the
There are four teams in the ,
CAPITOL PLAZALarge house. .,
Gibsons' Dog Island beach C' "1- ,
fireproof hotel tur ., league this year, three from Madison -I --- ,-- - -
rounded by parks- near all and a team from Lee. Mr Smith
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t sightseeing and Union StaI manager of the Purple, is being as- Georgia / Have a Full Line of

tion. Garage on. premises.Coffee ',sisted in his efforts by Louis "I Dwoskin

I Shopconvention-facilities. iqlawn! Mowers Thompson, manager of the Gray, PLATE GLASS / ::1:1Coan ..

any size easy terms availableSee Griffin Bishop and Wiley Sinnon.
Fre..f6' WitkB.fi managers interested ; ,>1t'
Us for Your Needs of the Orange, and '
I spacious guest rooms.airconditioned .parents of the Lee ;Marpons. GLASS *

if desired, sA tt ,..J&DAYIS) ** r, I :.. i* '/GLASS, ILOCI1. TALBOT PAINT &
The past week saw a shake up MIRRORS *,
v WALLPAPER
In' the league standings. Wednesday .,. .
) Castle ParkVALDOSTA
\ 1 I the Gray won over Lee 9-2; Stuart

fi IN THE Thompson pitched a 3 hitter and 215 W. Savannah Ave. GA.
CIRCUIT COURT, 3rd _
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JUDIeIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, Ke Walker hit a 3 run homer.Friday .Phone CHERRY 2-5285 .. .
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IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY.IN Kenny' Walker bested Don Valdosta, Georgia _"_- -. _1t, -
i t CHANCERY Selman in a pitcher's duel by tossing -

a no hitter, Selman allowed on- -

In Re: Petition for adoption ofDelores ly two hits.< Walker"was aided by

Ann Small and Oliver :Mae ,a timely' hit by Ayer and the In Valdosta '
HAS EVE OPERATION Mrs R A Jones is serving as Goodwin alias Oliver Mae Middle- I score was 3-0. This" victory gave
ton, two minor female '
counselor at Presbyterian Gulf treat children. the Gray a 4-1 record; the Purple
Mr D D Morns underwent an eye Camp this week.to ADOPTIONTO
now ,are 3-1, Orange 0-2, Lee 13.
: operation Monday morning at Pine- : Thomas Goodwin, Ruth Middle-
view hospital. He is in a satisfactory :- learn. His wife, and daughter T ; ton Warren, Johnnie Small andY The Orange team had a good first

\ condition friends will be glad Mrs W T Coody are at his bedside. mell Small, whose residences inning Monday, were leading 3-0 The Place ToCastle .
and addresses are unknown. I when rains came. j Shop Is

You are hereby notified that a All games have been hotly con-

I petition for the adoption of Oliver' I'tested and I'm 'sure you .will find
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NEW FLORENCE MAYO SUPERJET. Mae Goodwin alias Oliver Mae 'an interesting time at the Water

Middleton and Delores Ann Small, Tower park any Monday, Wednes-
two female minor children Mason Park'The
j. 100% Automatic by day or Friday or at Lee's ball park. i
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:Tice and
.' V his wife,' Vera Mae Tice,
f I ."' The King Of The Tobacco Cure in the Circuit ,Court, Third Judi- Any boys interested in signing up ,

I cial Circuit, in and for 'Madison even at this late date are entirely '' ......
..' County,' Florida and you and each welcome, just see any of the above

of you are required to serve a mentioned managers ,or Mr Smithat Modern Center
:> Shopping
copy of your answer or pleading to the city office. :
the petition on the Petitioner's attorney The Pee Wees are' also in action ,
F W.a R E' Cowart
ad-
whose
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and Mr Pat is having workouts on
dress is P 0 'Box 14, Madison,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
Florida and file) the original Free
for the boys 8-10 at the recreation Parking
answer or pleading in the office of
Now Larger the Clerk of the Circuit Court in center by the pool. ,
F Mar PowerThoinaads PATENTED I and for Madison County, Florida, Let's keep our youth fit and the

lafrom 11M on or before the 17th 'day of July, competitive spirit alive. Support

t'i i Canada Florida to 1961, if you fail to do so, Decree your little league, it's a lot of fun Visit These Friendly Stores
t ... Pro Confesso will be"entered for alL i :
against you for the relief demandedin
f" A pr*vt4 by N. C. Dot..(Asrtcvlfiire the_ said petition. ,

The Enterprise-Recorder is hereby CARD OF THANKS '
: :' THERE IS ONLY ONE SUPERJET CURER- designated as the newspaper in CASTLE PARK VARIETY STOREZANT'S ,

which said ,order shall be publishedonce

i THE FLORENCE-MAYO SUPERJET a week for four consecu- ,
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tae tive weeks We want to thank everyone for

:t # Witness my hand and official seal their many acts of kindness to us CHILDREN'S SHOP
PM Cartr replaced Free If born burnt during' fart caring seeso*.
:, this 10th day. of June, A. D. 1961. after the accident & during Chris's
DALE M. LESLIE hospitalization
EXCLUSIVE FLORENCE-MAYO" YO FEATURES .
Clerk Circuit Court. We especially express appreciation
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'; By Jane W Baker, D. C. to the Doctors and Madison County CASTLE PARK DRUG STORE
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Eight adjustable Galvanize heatspreaders will give perfect heat (SEAL) .
i.- distribution over the born. Galvanize heatspreaders will last ; 42-4t-REC-ch Hospital staff for their efforts and

5 to 10 times longer than Black Stove Pipe help.
i HAMBURGERS A-PLENTY i Chris and June BuchananLt CASTLE PARK BARBER SHOP
I Florence-Mayo: Jet Oil Curers ore fully Automatic end do not ,
E. require operator to go I Inside the,born at any time to light burners It T : WHITE-TOP: DRIVE-IN. .f -,.
t" 1-:. .s-ls required by old fashion Independently I spoced burner got ALSO REGULAR DINNERS Commdr Mary C Coody has "
returned to Memphis, Term froma TALBOTT PAINT & WALLPAPER CO.
curers that use 9 to 16 burner wits. .
51 AND STEAKS. ,visit''with her family here. .,
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Plasti-Tak sticks to
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JI .. staples erasers, and school ;-
:., Curing Cost $10 to $20 Per Barn ;.i# ,::;. tape,
t" NEW OTTLHK CO. supplies. Pencils, staple kits, 'and
glitter too. We sell brushes, envelopes :'
i and ink: In fact everything PATTERSON-JONES SHOES' ,
J.B s Crap bolita tickets I, ,
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TIt/LcnALMATeJ OrUttpu-.. TOMMY MERCHANT and money -;'# ..... _''''''''_' .,,', .
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TAGE FOURTEEN THE lamSRFRISE-RECOBDER, MADISON, FLORIDA: FRIDAY JULY 7th 1961

. "......;. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mrs P S Cantey and daughter, -
_____, ,_ _. ,, --"".' _"_.__ .1.1'J' J Jc ,'Miss Marie Jane Cantey, left Wednesday Wiring and RepairAT

for Panama City Beach to
Af, :Y.'r spend several days with her sister, -

,. Mrs J B Cheek, and sea Booby of
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.J rtS}' AT THE MADISON 5 Gulfport, Miss, who are vacationingthere. Bryan Electric Co.IT'S
p 0 '! .
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WESTERN AUTO STOREFeatire
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Georgia club. Attendance wise he
... Nfi Wyche Story moved the team from 18,000 one TREAT YOURSELF TO '
season to 53,000 the next. From
In Sports Magazine Brunswick Jim moved to Burlington
N 0 and doubled their attendance f 1 aAYDeLITEDRYING
;, figune from 42,000 .one year
:' to 88,000 the following season.-
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In the new Mobile, Ala pictorial
In 1959 the Bears front office
'X E magazine Jubilee, Jim Wyche has I
brought Jim to Mobile to try his
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been 'chosen the
Sports Personalityof
skills on improving the operationsof
the Month to be interviewed in
our local' ball club. Running
:t the first edition. Jim is the son of
true to form he increased the 1959
Mr and Mrs J L Wyche of Madison
,. regular season attendance, of, 52,000
The
article follows
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SPORTS,'PERSONALITY OF THE by about 16,000 fans. Consideringthe I Is
fact that the 1960 minor league k
MONTH-BEARS, GEN. MGR
season would have to be spoken of
JIM WYCHE I
as somewhat less than successful
Jim Wyche is in the beginningof
his you have to 'go along with the fact
second season general
as that any sort of increase at the
th'e'
manager of Mobile' Bears base-
turnstiles was a job well dare
ball club and can usually be found s
.. these days out af. Hartwell Field The attendance situation brings up
working on two of :the -problems of the question of the future 'of th ,

his. job. _. ,: minors and *Jim has some,, yerj AT LAST-hair drying is a pleasure! It* nota
The first one is to continually definite opinions along these lines: process,a treatment or something you endure.
improve the playing ability ,of the He feels that in order to operatethe With DeLite, by Rayette, it's fun-it's sheer
club and secondly to find: sane .minor leagues successfully it and elegantluxury.THE .
------ \ way of showing Mobile's many dor- is going to take a joint effort between RAYETTE' DEUTE DRYER dries your hear with r conditioned
Waters of 204 Madison" mant baseball fans that a night at the major league owners and Dir,gcnty,circulated about your head. No heat Masts-no noise-no
George Wiley
Mr and Mrs the park -is still as enjoyable as the minor league cities. tar pads or hair tu.s. .how could hair drying bt nicer?

street, Plymouth, North Carolina, announce the engagement Davis it used to be in the good old daysof The plan would be for majorleague .Come in for a shampoo, a perm, or hair coloring-then relax
of their daughter, Emily Aileen, to Mr Charles' the minor leagues. clubs to operate their farm in the exquisite comfort of the Rayette DeLite Luxury Lounge,
McClure, son of Mr and Mrs John Robert McClure, Sr, Jim started his association with system in cities who were willingto and let your hair dry under the Rayette DeLite"cool caress"
of 1311 Lemond Street, Tallahassee) Fla. baseball as a shortstop-second base- assume a portion of the financial dryer.: You'U feel' as beautiful as you look! Call today for a a
The wedding will be solemnized July 29th,. 1961, in man for Binghamton N Y club. responsibility. An agreement iwoulc appointment!
the First Christian Church of Plymouth, N. C. While a player he also was with have to be reached on a set amount
The bride-elect graduated from Atlantic Christian the Denver organization and later oC money the city must supply and
_' College, Wilson, N. C., where she was a member of Phi played with Kansas City when it the rest would be up to the major VERTLE'S BEAUTY SALON
Sigma Tau local sorority and in Who's Who Among ,was. a triple A club. league club."
Students in American Colleges and Universities 1959-60. The little man with the big per- He then explained the various: SETZER'S SHOPPING' CENTER

She was a teacher 'in Camp Lejeune Dependents School, sonality, moved into the front office ways he thought feasible to the HU 3-6230 :MADISON
in
field
1957 with the Brunswick -
perfecting of his plan.
Jacksonville, N. C., 1960-61. "
The groom to be is a former Madison boy.. He E'

graduated from Leon High School,Tallahassee, where he

was president of the student body in his Senior year, and < A

from the University of Florida, with a Bachelor of Science .Ir,..
4.: degree in Journalism in 1957, where he was a member dU4
"'-f. of Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity and of Sigma

Delta Chi professional journalism fraternity. He servedas 1.

1st Lieutenant), in .the ,Marine Corps for three years, Fl:ts I ,4'

and is presently enrolled in Stetson Law School. LADIES AND MISSESBERMUDA


t Former Resident- Passes, On Price-Is Right SETS


Mrs Eustace Long, widow of the Mrs Arden Brown of Westfield.N .
late Dr Eustace Long, died in $t. J, :was a panelist on The PriceIs SIZES 8-18 JtEG $3.98 & $4.98

"Petersburg Sunday after ajllong ill-- Right TV show Monday morning,, -
'r In New York. She. won an out-dooi
ness.Mrs Long was,'a native of Madi- glider set worth $350 and as a S : $3.77 -
son and had spent most of her life bonus prize a deluxe refrigerated : S ; :

here, where she was prominent Jn bar complete with many gadget; ,- ,. .
religious, civic and social affairs. that retailed for about $700. r It II.C. 1 'i. .y: 'r "?I J.i tM4 l :"" ,
She was a member of the First Members the family here were LADiES ; -
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Methodist church of Madison. notified that Mrs Brown would
Survivors are' one daughter, Mrs be on the show and were Interestec
Moscley Henry of Plant City; three in watching it. In the audience: Qff f oTTONSLIPS
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.grandsons; two sisters, Mrs A 'BLanier were Mrs Brown's mother, airs E
...- of Ocala and Mrs W L B Browning, of Madison and Mrs
Horton of Madison and one brother, Peford 'Raines, of Gainesville; who
Mr Ed Glass, of Jacksonville., are ,expected home during the com MEN'S : SIZES -32-52 REG. $1.98 SPECIAL
Funeral services were -held Wed- ing weekend from a visit in West..
nesday at 11 ,am. in 'the. First field with'.the Browns.VANNDRAWDY ,,- #

Paul Methodist Touchton church officiating.here with Interment Rev WEDDING Sport Shirts :{ 2 For $3.00

followed in Oak Ridge cemetery -' .
with the T J Beggs Funeral Homein Invitations have been Issued fo:]

charge. the wedding of Miss Ella Jan<: S-M-L, 'REG. $ 1.93, $2.rd.Jf '

V Drawdy, daughter of Mr and Mr ,
r UNDERGOES SURGERYMrs Daniel N Drawdy of Jasper, an<: -, t,'. 'I4'h. ''. TEES '

John Tolbert Vann .in, son of M r 2 For $3.00 GIRLS AND LADIES
B N Gross left for Atlanta
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Sunday to undergo surgery on

Wednesday at the hospital there. sonville.The wedding will take plao. SAVE NOW--! : Ad
She is a patient in St Joseph's In-, MEN'S "
Sunday July ,twenty-third, at fiv -' Swim.
firmary. o'clock in the afternoon, in the Ad : PRICES BLASTED TO ,BITS ,- Suits

.".' ''',, .. aal vent Christian Church, Jasper. A re- K NITSHIRTS--- ? : 't in our _

ception will follow at the Jaspe: --- .
Attention' Woman's Club. .

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Motorists I Miss Shirley Davis and brother" : SALE : ,20%' ,-Plf

Bobby Davis, left Wednesday fo r By Haines, S-M-L Reg. $2..98 f
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will be a bride'smaid in th :- "'J \ "\ ', -' '

wedding of Miss Donna Porter nt 2 00' \ Vi .
Courtland and Bobby Davis, whicl For '$4. : 'IM I\\\I\\ \ ; >

will be an event of July 15. 'b S ass' '
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DISTRICT WELFAREBOARD- BOYS'Western Jeans,1: .. : 'Bermu'da. Shrts.


The District Welfare Board heL d.: .
'" ON TRAVELERS a luncheon meeting ,last Wednesda'I;: i t SIZES 6 16 13% OZ. HEAVIEST MADE SIZES 3-6X&7-14 VALUES TO $1.98

in White Springs at the Colonia --

-', r AUTOMOBILE Hotel. Attending from' Madiso: Use 30 day charge

:: : 'INSURANCE. were Mrs Van H Priest, Mr an d 2 Pairs $4.00 your S8c .

;. Mrs L Woodard and Mrs Cliffor

--, j", -. t. New Low Rates Ayer. or take months to pay BOYS

t. LADIES' ,
j W- 2. CECILIA ALLENE DREW '
Safe Driver Savings

\._t.. .' 3. Local Agent Service The birth of Cecilia Allen Drew, Sport Shirts
as of June, was recently announce.d DRESSES--

,: &e .. by her parents Mr and Mrs Mitchell
S N Drew Jr of Quincy. Cecil :: -
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ALL SIZES REX 1O95 1435' SIZES G 16 REGULAR $1.70 -
Williams AOOrews'Inc., Allene is the Drews' fourth chile+ 0.. .
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MADISON LODGE No. 11 .' -

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.-...... REGULAR- MEETINGS. {; :, your assurance of QUALITY! '

REPOSSESSEDPIANOS Second and Fourth Mondays. 8' pm. < ,
W. B. Davis Jr. -
FOR SALE: : .1 For 60 years Firestone has led the
One factory rebuilt and refinished C. H. MARSH W. M. \ !' : in
the.continued improvement
&EAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: Everett way. ,

BUSINESS ACREAGE INDUSTRIAL FARMS -finish, originally Mupror $395 Spinet, now mahogany$249.95 HOT MTXFP- ASPHALT PAVING '',.;,; of tires. .'adhering to the motto, -. _,' .

ESTATES RIZWENIZALAPPRAISALS One Howard Mirror Spinet; silver We pave drives, parking areas, ": "Your safety is our business at _'/," oyTM

fox. finish, same as new, sold for streets, etc. Top quality. Fair Firestone." ,This dedication to the tea
$425, now $295. prices. WAINER BROS, Inc., Ph -
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE These pianos can 6e 'refinanced, CH 2-4011,110'S. Fry St, Valdosta, :,,, -'" safety of the motoring public'bas.l ,
INSURANCE .
TITLE
112 West Base Street or take up small monthly pay Ga. 45-tf-ch. / produced :the finest tires 'available ". ft' '. ,

MADISON. FLORIDA J ments. J ,< today Firestone tires Speed .

Phone HU 3-6277 CREDIT For full MANAGER information, Box;712.write Val- T.M. HOWERTON JR: :- way-proved for your tumpikesafety

dosta, Ga. .
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FOR RENT:., .3-room partly furn- .. CONSULTING FORESTER .
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Benjamin Davis 3-bedroom. 2 ished .apartment In house next TIMBER MARKETING.. ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE .

J bath house. to Drive-In Theatre. 41-5t-pd S. Diival Street .
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Tilden Norris' 3-bedroom house .
,FOR RENT JULY 1st: 2-bedroom Ph. HU 3-6681...Madison .
Graham Wheeler 3-bedroom house

One 3-bedroom 1 bath house in house with all conveniences QUALITY.! backed in !
Hancock Terrace. Small down payment Cherry Lake. See ROBERTS MR STOREKEEPER-Have you .. up writing
GROCERY or phone 8396. 41-tf-ch I invited the public to shop with you

8 tobacco I this week?' If not, why not call
Good farm with % acres -FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentat
and irrigation. 610 S 'Horry St. Call H. T. ad inviting the good folks to my
100-acre Cherry Lake farm, good HOLTON Phone HU' 32254. the friendly E-R and say; Fix me an The superior quality of Firestone V JYG. % V

house, 10500. 41-tf-ch. Store? tires allows us to give you a GUAR,. .- atoNrH V

Several farms and tree farms. HELP WANTED Curb Service for those ANTEE against tire failure. from blow ". '..t I -

23 lots in Livingston Spring Acres. SALESMEN outs, cuts, bruises or breaks froni V .
7 lots in Hal Stoy subdivision forcolored. OR AGENTS famous HOT DOGS and HAMBURGERS \ l

at WHITE TOP '. normal ROAD HAZARDS encountered _
Man or woman. Pleasant profit- .: in everyday driving .
PLV our
DRIVE-IN 3-11 P. M. '
able route work. Full or part time. ; "
Broadus WilloughbyREALTOR V famous Lifetime Guarantee. .
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Large 'repeat orders. Earn $2.50 .\.' ;,' ; r
: per hour or more. Age no hairier -
: Write McNESS CO.. Box 2766, De- Registered Surveyor
Phone HU 3-6481. Madison Soto Station, Memphis 2, Tenn. F
.Phone- HU 3-2372 >

HCLP WANTED 45-2t-pd JOHNW.WADSWORTH MADISON. FLORIDA PRICED WITH THE lllEST V


MAN WANTED for 1500 family, V

Rawleigh business in Madison .no premium for top QUALITY!
County. Permanent if ,you are a HOT DOGS 15c on the curbor '

list your farm and city property hustler. 'See MRS KARL M HOWE. to jfo. Blow horn for service. Enjoy Firestone QUALITY, reflected in safety and I : _
with us for ,nationwide advertising.No 101 Shelby St, Live Oak, or write -
charge for listing. RAWLEIGH'S Dept FAGM40-123, WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN. "-, trouble-free performance. new low prices! ,,, r

Memphis,. Tenn. 45-3t-pd FIRESTONE CHAMPIONS r .
Bob & Beanie Searcy J. D. ScruggsFORESTER
WANTED: White or colored woman j Every new Firestone tire uQUARANTBBD Priced From Only

' RT. 2, BOX 130-A to live in and care for crippled -

:MADISON. FLA.. child. Must love children and REGISTERED SURVEYOR ., t.Ag in.t and defects material fa worknMO.up for tb. 88 6.70-15 Black ._..

PHONE HU 3-6487 be able to give good references. i .:]Ph. HU 36186'MADISON. JLAftinat lire
MRS W T CHRISTIE, 1437 Cheu- FLA. -. ., except npaitaUft puma). Plot tax and Mr* off 12 !S -
FOR SALE Special for limited .
: Nene -ti aucouatorad in avarydajr your CAT REGARDLESS MONTH [MONTH
I. keebin Tallahassee, Fla.
paawncar car uaa for tot 1u4$uard
time: ladies' and gents' guaran- OF CONDITION
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manbcr of
45-lt-ch ;' month u t.atsrttci N
teed Davis Deluxe watches at Repairs mad without chut -
Mill
HALF PRICE. Unbreakable replacamaaU prorated oo traad NYLON only *1 more ?rep?
V
EPER 1 REPAIRMALLENUNES wear and baaad oo list prieaa .
mainsprings. Advertised ,in JFR! -- ; currant at tint* ol .diust r *
R LAWNS MOWED !! i WHITEWALLS only I 3 more NI' ;- j :! r
Ask for me at Mr Gaines Star- .' : .Y "
ling's home, Hanson, Fla. S. C. Call Duang West, Phone HU 3-6762 .j." : L:. .
McDANIEU agent.r_ 42-3t-pd I ,. 42-tf-ch I $ '
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Your SALES will go in orbit if 1 A'
WANTED TWO CURB GIRLS
: 'r -
_you use E-R space. "AT WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN. SALES & SERVICE I ,

FOR SALE: Early hairy indigo -'''''' -"" ; !
WANTED: Farm work or heavy
seed, 18c per pound. PAUL RA- I
GANS HU 3-2368. 40-5t-ch duty truck driving. WESLEY Howerton Supply Co : V

PRICE c-o CLIFF CHRISTMAS, SERVICE STATION -; : V
BEFORE SELLING your timberor Rt. 3, Madison Fla. 35-2t-pd MADISON, FLA. V
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timber land please see me. We
are also interested in buying a WANTED: All kinds of yard work. 741',2. ; JZA ,.;
See JIMMIE LEE BROWN on ,'' ,- .
limited amount of pine-hardwood t <
east side of Quitman highway. 34 -J .'
pulpwood delivered by truck to
mile from City limit. -- .- '._,
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars 29-3t-pd ',' r .4 -'
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See, write or callL. TWO PRACTICALLY new three- ',. -., .< : 1. '" --- :

P. GIBSONRt. bedroom houses for rent. All con- ; .
3, Madison Florida veniences, water furnished free. .
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 rx. : ,..
One on Cherry Lake one at ; 3 y '., .. ii" ;; '
cleaned. Clyattville. 0 :McDONALD 1.: s c ., ,.. '1' **..'If '"', td ";' _
FOR SALE: Iron cow peas : T
Pinetta, Fla. 42-4t-ch
Germination 90. Straw for packing :" < '

watermelons. See HOWARD -'
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WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE f- 11i t' [
t HUGHEY, Rt. 3, Madison. ,; :
4-tf-ch If you would enjoy working 3 or 4 ... _' ," ., ,J'" ',
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hours a day calling regularly each e ;i : : "
FOR SALt: Plenty of live fish month on a group of Studio Girl f \ :; ; ;

bait shiners minnows pond worms Cosmetic clients on a route to be -0 :, ,
:blue wigglers crickets sand maggots established in and around Madison, .,-i V.

tackle and a good brand of and are willing to make light deliveries = I \ 1
guaranteed fishing poles, plus a etc. write to STUDIO i :, j ';.' :I: J:,, .. \
complete line of Bogie baits. + t. ,
GIRL COSMETICS Dept. JW-9 ,: 't. ;
.ROWELL'S BAIT & TACKLE Glendale. California. Route will pay :. ;J: ; .. / :
CENTER, across from SAL Depot up to $5.00 per hour. 42-4t-ch
Madison. 41-tf-ch \ : L
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FOR RENT: A small apartment, 'f ,
PEST CONTROL SERVICE: "
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location. Call MRS. KIRBY
nice -
CALL 4z -_ _. ;;,
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HU 3-6371
KEICHMANN phone BU"RKEEXTERMINATING t .k T A.. G. n .. .S" .,
or SMITH'S.DRUG. STORE, phone E
=ch CO.. : -tVj ,. ;."
HU 36262. 37-tf J 1VJ. .
PHONE 293-J PERRY, FLA.GIRARDIN :'.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom downstairs ,,, ;
apartment also 2 bedroom up.. j' 1'd ''
MRS J J NEWMAN .y -, <<,
stairs apartments. JEWELERSFOR -. 4 b r':-- ,. V
Phone HU 32523. 40-tf-ch ', 'M'i'-,
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FOR RENT: The S. L. BROTHERS THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE ., .
home. Call HU 3-2385. 42-3t-ch SILVER CHINA CRYSTAL ;
Electric air .-- "
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FOR SALE: Polled -Hereford herd DIAMONDS, JEWELRY A. conditioning costs leSi than j .

cows with calves. 3 bulls heifers, EXPERT REPAIRING j ; think, 10 you : .;;,
why
: suffer .
these '.'
hot ''1 .
steers. Make best offers 3 .X weather dt.. _
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STAMOS WY 7-3319, Lamont NATIONAL omforts!: Your !',h' .
: electric! -
Florida. 45-lt-pd u air conditioning clealer : .
BRIDAL
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BEEF. CATTLE FOR SALE: Black will be happy to give ; .
SERVICE you a free '''o'1/: ': .-. '
Angus bulls 18 mo. & younger. estimate ""r 'c _. .
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Begistered stock sensibly priced.A A 'good selection of Oi.Id for your home. Remember eeeffe, -'"- --. '..It j'-'f; ;,' "..
al. .A | \
W ALLEGA K mile East of > appliances.
Sterling & plated Holloware > .
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Lee on US 90 Phone HU 36174. by finest manufacturers ? ewe flameless> and E;.. ; -.It-ft;.. >
45-8t-pd r automatic> thare'" ""'" .
Many gift to choose from ;
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FOR RENT Comfortable house in 303 No. Patterson ;;".. : ,, Worry, no;wor..1.- }i. ,. ;", .',. ;}:. .

Lee Fla. near road 90. Contact t\ .... .7Y .
MRS WALDRON RAGANS in Lee VALDOSTA, GA. :: ., '.

or telephone HU 3-6674, 45-lt-pd .
-' iBRIE ; f' .
FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom furnished LIVE STOCK AUCTION ...A. coa' Mf __ .
apartment and one 1bedroom Sell your cattle and hogs in our N.: : ;

furnished apartment, both auction each Monday. Sales start at J
"upstairs. One 1-bedroom downstairs 1:60. MONTICELLO STOCK \.. '0.

apartment MRS E F DICKINSON YARD, Inc., Monticello, Fla. '' -- n; -'--. -, "t..;
'i Phone HU 3-23S6. Adults Registered Angus bulls for sale "

K' o onlf. 45-tf-ch at-aU .times. .1;:'-,.:; r" _, j
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PAGE SIXTEEN THE ENTERPfilSE-RECORDEK. D SoN. FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 7th,.-1961:

THE WESt MADISON LEE METHODIST CIRCUIT TALLAHASSEE EDITOR <- .- .. -. '.' .
-' CHARGEREV. Lee and Hickory Grove Churches I DISCUSSES LEGISLATION e ** '- r -: '; _h_" -- .._'u_ ____ .

METHODIST REV. L, E. DENSLOW Pastor 'AT ROTARY


c. B. DAVIS Pastor_ :Morning Worship AT LEE. -. t Leon Dividend Says ':

CHERRY T.AKE CHURCH 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. Malcolm Johnson editor of the ;

FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. Tallahassee Democrat, discussed ,'

Sunday School .,__ 10:00 A. M. Evening Service dpings of the 1961 Legislature at I : ".

Worship Service __ 7:30 P. M. 1st and 3rd .Sundays 8:00 p. m. the Rotary Club meeting here

SECOND &, FOURTH SUNDAYS Sunday School Wednesday.He "-

Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. Every Sunday 10:00 a. .m said that the
body got along
Worship Service ____ 11:00 A. M. Youth Fellowship
quite harmoniously noted
and
Every Sunday 7:00 p. m. was
Family Night Friday befoce: First BOBBY WILLIAMS for what it did not do more than I .-
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Sunday each month at 7:30 P. M. Church School SuperintendentAT for what it did do.. He referred to Vi.i

Thomas Surles Church School Supt. HICKORY GROVE legislation accomplished. approvedof f .

ROCKY SPRINGS CHURCH Morning Worship2nd the formation of the new 9th
and 4th Sundays 11:30 a. m. c' X2
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Evening Service congressional district here, in the i

Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 8:00 p. m. Big Bend, and said, that a new

Worship Service 11:00 A. M. Sunday School coalition had'arisen in the Legislature -

SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Every Sunday 10:30 'a, m. that ,of the Junior College

Worship Service 9:30 A. M. Youth Fellowship supporters, mentioning that the .

Sunday School '__ 10:30 A. M.' Every Sunday 7:00. p. m. Junior Colleges had been placed in

Family Night, Friday after Second Mid-Week Prayer Service the first priority division by the

Sunday each month at ?:00 P. M. Every Wednesday 8:30 p. m. Legislature, which status; however,

P. K. Rowell, Church School SuptClaude JULIAN ANDREWS, # the Governor vetoed. He mentioned
School Superintendent
Church
Duval, Charge Lay leader the proposed Constitutional amend- 1 I '

ments and said that although the 1 p1 0
LAKE BAPTIST
CHERRY
SHILOH CflURCH increase would not bring better

FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS, CHURCH government he favored the legislative iI i 0 .

Worship Service 9:30 A. :M. Preaching Services every Sunday reapportionment amendment in I i ; 4

Sunday School 10:30 A. M. Morning Service 11:00 A. M order to stop the squabble over the
Service 8:00 P. M. MAILUON
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Sunday Evening School every: Sunday at matter. < SAVE.. BY

Sunday School __ 10:00: A. M. 10:00 A. M. At the close of the meeting, the t .. '

:Worship Service _____ 7:30 P M. BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. new president, Pat Cantey, took t

Family Night, Friday after First Prayer Meeting every Wednesday. over from the retiring president j '' '
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Sunday each month at 7:30 P.'.M. at 8:00 P. M.Brotherhood. Griffin Bishop. ; FEDERAL SAVINGS South Monroe

,Herbert Brooks, Church School first Thursday every Marvin Shepard of Lynnwood, i I Tallahassee
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month at 7:30 P. M. J AJtft MAN ASSOCIAtION
Supt. Calif, was a, visiting Rotarian. ,. .
Everybody Welcome. ..
:Wiley Blair Church Lay Leader I ,

..... WELCOME:; TO Chip DuRant. Frank DuRant

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH ,Tommy Merchant, Johnny :Gibson]. MATHIS-WEBB: MARRIAGEAT Her veil of pure silk illusion fell
GREENVILLE FLA. Billy Sullivan, Sim Smith, David Read The E-R Weekly
Come Worship With Us : MIDWAY from a pillbox of the same material :
10:00 A. M. : .L..!, '
Sunday School : Purdon, Guy Sims and Jerry Watson -
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. I as, the. dress. She carried a bouquet -
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. I left Sunday to spend two weeksat \ -_
Morning Worship 11:00 A. :M. of white carnations centered
Aaptist Training Course 6:45 P. M.Evening Camp Immokalee. The Midway Baptist Church was I TWIN PEACH
Worship 7:30 P. M. i Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. the setting at..eight o'clock, June with an orchid. I
7:30 P. M.
,Prayer L: Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. .Mid-week Evening Worship Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Call For The friendly ER.WAKE. 1865-style. printing.I 24, for the wedding .of Marie ,Miss Hazel Webb was maid of -

Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. Mathis to Delmer Webb. Lighted honor and Miss Patricia Ezell and I Russell Hughey of Rt 2 brought.

NEW HOPEFUL Philip Howell __._. S. S. Supt. tapers, white gladioli, and poms Miss Helen Kinard were brides- I a twin peach::jtq the!E R huisda K
UPRARIN'
>HSSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Marvin Bass B, T. U. Director \ ; enhanced the setting, ,and a. program maids. The attendants wore identical :
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Services every first and third REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor of nuptial music was presented dresses of pink brocade with '-"
Sundays at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p.'m. \ TO GO ,:DISPLAY AD DEADLINE
head which held
by Mrs Bonnie Terrell and matching pieces .
Sunday School every. Sunday 10:00a. MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Without'Nagging Backache Miss Bonnie BelL The Rev Lorace nose-length veils of the same color. 5:00 P. M. TUESDAY .

Prayer. n]. Meeting Wed. 7:00 Sunday School __..:_ 10:00 A. M. need Now from Yea urging can.set backache the.faat-relief, headache yon Cothran officiated. They carried cascade bouquets of 1 THANKS E-R.
: p. rn.Lt'ralning Youth Service' Wednesday 8:00 p.m. and muscular ache and pains that often _
Union every Sunday 7:00_ eause reslleM night aDd miserable tired-. Parents of the couple are Mr,and pink carnations..
9vening Worship 7:30 p. m. 00: I
out feelings. When these discomforts I.
Mrs John H Mathis and: Mr and Mrs Debbie Latner flower girl
p.m. Morning Worship ___' 11:00 a. m. come on with overexertion' or stress and was :
l REV. W. T. RYCROFT, Pastor REV R M LONG, Pastor Another strain-700 disturbance want relief may-be'want mild It bladder fast I Olin Webb. and wore a dress of blue nylon ,,corsage was of pink carnations.

irritation following wrong food and The bride was given in marriageby with pleated skirt and carried a Mrs Webb the groom's mother,
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST HOPEWELLBAPTIST CHURCH drink-often setting up a restless,on- wore a blue with white
comfortable! feeling. her father. She chose a gownof .bouquet of blue carnations.Mr navy. crepe
701 South Range Sunday School ........... 10:00 A.. M. Dean's Pin work fast in <\ separate accessories and pink carnations cor-
imported peau de sole featuringa Raymond Bell, of Jackson-
Sunday Bible Study _. 10:00'A. M.Lord's Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. wATlI.L by spcedypaia-reUering, Action _
to torment of nagging backache, .
ease
flared skirt with soft pleats at ville, was best man. Ushers were
Union 6:30 P. M. ,
Supper and ,Baptist Training headaches muscular ache and pains. sage.A
Edification ___ '11:00 A. M. Evening Worship _..: 7:30 P.. M. 2.tion.br 8.soothing by mild effect diuretic on action bladder tending irrita- center sections of the back extend- Mr Edwin Hicks and Mr John reception was held in the
Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. 11. Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P,:M. to increase output of the IS mike of ing into a small train The dress Mathis, Jr. Mitchell Cothran was I church fellowship hall. For a

Wednesday Evening Youth Service S P. Wednesday. kidney Enjoy tabes.a good nighfs sleep 'and the was 'complemented by a lace jacket ring bearer.r !', wedding trip to Sarasota, the bride

Services _......_.-...._... 7:30 P. :M. V. L. SINGLETARY, S. S. Supt. same 60 ean.happy New relief large millions sice saves have for money.over featuring a Queen Anne collar .embroidered Mrs :Mathis mother of the traveled in a' pastel green dress

J. L. WYNN, B. T. U. Director Get Doan's Fills today IDOAN'S with pearls 'and ''sequins bride chose a dress.of baby blue with bone accessories. The couple

i WELCOME TO REV. W G DeSHAZO, 'Pastor' and sleeves pointed at. the wrists. jersey _with white 'accessories. Her will live in Madison. -

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH I ,..
Sunday School ___ 10:00 A. :M. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES "
:Morning Worship _._ 11:00 A. M. 118 N. Orange St. Phone HU 3-6355 '- .
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Training Union 6:30 P. M. MEETINGS: -
dealer about real cool extra cost option-Chevrolet air conditioning. -- ;- : :
Ask your a ;. :
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. M. ...,- .. -,,. '-
Prayer Meeting _._._ 7:30 P. M. 7:30 P, M. >" .
I Service Meeting: Friday .. ,. ,.r ... ,;:i.-
Church Business Meeting First Ministry School: Friday 8:30 P. M. \ .
Wednesday night of each month. Watchtower-Bible Study: -: :, L v-. t.
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Brotherhood and W.M.U.: Second Sunday 7:30 P. M. "" ,t" ,
Thursday night of each month. Kingdom Seekers Welcome. >
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Taken. tSr?{ ?t k i .,.-.:. 2
Preaching services every Sunday. No Collection i :
With Us. .
Come Worship t
REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor PINE" GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH -...... '.......... -. s;,

Preaching every Sunday .., "' .. .. -".1
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z'' LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School ........-.1000, A. M. ,. -
__ 11:00 A. M.
...' REV. I. T. CARTER Pastor Morning Worship t._
Services Sunday Sunday EveningBTU: 6:30 P. M.
every .
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Evening Services 720 P. 'M. -.

Morning Worship __ 11:00'A.. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday I L"
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Evening : ..
Training Union __ 7:00 P. M. -? : 00 .
Evening Worship 8:00 P. 1.{. W B SEALS, S S Superintendent .- ,
Prayer :Meeting 'Ve< .
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MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST ERNEST GURR,.".'bilillster- i ,. :_[ .
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Pastor CHURCH Rev. Jack Lamb Please let -us _have 'your: ..j\p i.l II > ;,}: ,
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Chairman-of Deacons Mr S R Sapp by 5, P. Mn, _:TUESDAY... ,. A,. S' (" '.. "", ''. fM...'
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:Staining Union THANKS. THE, E-R.. f!, f ..'''''', .1 ,'- --fi.;
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DirectorSidney ., .{; .. w\ w' .' d..'.>.".
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._S. Supt Mrs S R Sapp Pretty North Florida'Uunior CoIleger .: i i Im .C01lNrtlW. V. .

Training Union Associate colored sicture) '-post card,5c .. 1 .,-: \Y..>

Director Leroy Cruse each:. at The EnterpriseRecorderoffice. ; ,' '; ;
Song Leader Miss Merle Bass : : : .
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Pianist! Mrs Juanita Cruce .. P, :
\ Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Suiniitierliine--aiid the savitfis easyl! r'

Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. ; : :

Training Union 6:30 p. m. sciticFEAT \ .. ',, ,
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Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. a aiB B* B B B ....: < ? '. l- It'll.pay you plenty.pad over to your Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center-and get in on all the '\ y .
Wedrust z.If
Week 0'p/ro. ..
Mid Prayer: ; ; ,
: as I am without one plea. Jesus THE ;: I. :':: =....- '.t:.:' excitement there. Because Jet-smooth Chevrolets are outselling; every other make of car,ooPs able to turn on the :.<'

gays come and worship regardlessDf savings like nobody else in town. Have him fit you with an elegant Impala, a popular Bel Air or a budget-wise -" '::

Come the be goodness with us of in your The clothes Lord's MJNMRBOWLSPEEDWAY ti Biscayne. Or maybe with one of those six sweet-going, cargo-craving Chevy wagons. Just bring along your desire. -"' ;,

douse.. to own a lot of car at an easy-to-own price. Chevy and your ,ClInaour '",. :,
:)} to. Jet-smooth Chevrolet "
Chevrolet dealer will look after the rest nicely, thank you. : f.
L. D. S. SERVICE ,- : Jy.I <
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF. ,.,- !;
< LATTER DAY SAINTS :<...

Sunday School 10:00 a. m Every Saturday night Save-a-tadle buys on Corvairs, too! The climate couldn't :". F ,

Sacrament Meeting 11:00 a. m. 4: f be better for getting into,one of these. Yessirree, juicy July buys :...
Priesthood time
Relief Society and "'
Weather Permitting on the Monzas with their family-style sports-car spirit on -
announced at Sacrament ,. "
and place as : ,"
Meeting. 1st RACE 8:00 P. M. -. .-. the nimble, nickel-nursing Corvair 500's and 700's on the :..-

:ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN $1-50 '. 6-Passenzer Lakewood Wagons and on those Greenbrier .
LEGION HALLE Admission ;4 Sports Wagons with up to twice the space of regular wagons. .

R. CARRYL Branch Pres. Children Under.12 50c',-' > .,.' Chery Corrair- Monza Club Coupe .... Need more be said? Your Chevrolet dealer Is the man to talk toT.. .

RIDGE ROAD. CHERRY LAKE Children Under 5 FREELOCATION "' -# '

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!' Services every CHURCH Saturday at Mad j I Turn left 5 miles north of Valdostaat "..' ..--' ., See the new Chevrolets- at your local authorized_ Chevrolet... .dealer's 0 n...._._ 0 u : .<_ >. -,<'
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S01American' Legion
Sabbath School begins 2 p. m.. Mineola, take right turns- for ':

Church Service at 3 p.'m. i 4 miles to the "
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E. C. WILLIS, S. S. Supt. \ CANTEY MOTOR ,"

HAROLD YATES Pastor Telephone Speedway < > .
HU 36517. jTbuoderbowl ::, 32293 ;;.
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