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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 14, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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.VOL. ixNo.. 46 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY Jtur lin, wei Madison. Florida Price, 10c Yearly Subscription $3.75;. Delayed Renewals a4.





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North 'Florida Junior MIDWAY .coi'fM-UNITY--N'EWS;= FAITHFUL*& > WORKERS I r Cherry Lake NewsBABY I weekend Mr and guests'Mrs Beasley Mr and Cole Mrs had W as E > Officers, Installed( : :;; ,

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Cole and grandson Dale Kelly of .IThe'
The Faithful Workers
Sunday
Receives Grant WEBB REUNION I J Jacksonville. '
College School class met in the home of I \
The Drew Webb family of .Lee] FLETCHER \ Cherry Lake American
Mrs co-hostess
Cora Lee Green as
:t ,;' ----:- 0 held their reunion July 2 at the July 11, with eleven,, 0 members'. Pre- Mr and Mrs W H' Fletcher of ... -X-7- : Legion and Auxiliary held a jofnt'***.

Dr/Marshall Hamilton Preident home.,of 'Mr and Mrs Drew, We b4! sent. t 'i -* '., ". Gainesville, ; Fla announcing the Mr and Mrs S D Medlin -spent meeting" .July 11. : ? -1i

I of North Florida Junior College: announced The entire immediate family enjoying The president Mrs 1 Evelyn Davis arrival of a baby boy at the hos- the weekend, Lookout Mountain, New officers of Cherry Lake'<

,recently that'jNorth Florida .this occasion were: Air and Mrs I presided over the business. session..' vital there Sunday July 9th. ;, Rock ,City and Chattanooga, Tenn. Post 224 who were recently instaW: /.
JuniorCollege has received one Tom Cone of 'Greenville weighing i led at a district meeting in Monti.
; 6 Ibs & oz. {t
Lectureship The main item of business for the ; "
ofthe twenty-two Mr and Mrs Pete Hedgecock and x- cello: .
The baby is the of
grandson
the was securing for
to be granted by evening a name
t i Awards, and Hutchinson Company. sons Raymond and Doyle of Tam- the class. The class finally decidedon Mrs Nelle Singletary of Cherry Mrs Lee Faulkner and son Mark James Odom, Commander, Russell l

The Sperry:grant Js for $850.00. pa;; Mrs Thelma' Thornton of Jack- Faithful Workers which name: Lake 'and Mr and 'Mrs Howard of West Point Ga were visitors of t.I Wiggins, Vice-Commander Stanley': f
College was sonville; Air and Mrs Dwight Cup- Fletcher of Greenville.Mr :Mr Williams, treasurer, Louis Sharp
North Florida Junior was presented by," Mrs Cora Lee her parents, and Mrs R LBodenteln ;
college in the pet and children ,Mike and Johnny, I c I historian Harry Cochran &>-at;
the only community Greene A nominating Committeewas and Mrs Glenn Surles and and brother and familyMr
nation to receive one of the twenty- 'of Lake Hamilton and Janet of appointed and named were two sons of Tallahassee visited ,and; Mrs John Bodenstein .and arms, John Wilson chaplain, V:JC'-J:

two. grants for visiting lectureships Jacksonville; T/Sgt and Mrs L H Mrs Alice Harrell chairman, and their parents, Mr and Mrs J I daughter last :week.x Merritteivice >
and
possible by the Sperry James and children, Donald Edwin j
made Mrs Qemmie Floyd ,and Myrtle Surles and Mr and Mrs Claude Mc- '; _' '
York
New
of
Hutchinson Company and Barbara of JLompoc, California -
; Daniel last week.The
better known to the people ,Milliron to assist. A donation was 1 I CLOSE CALL WITH SNAKE i, >,
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(probably in, this area as the "S and 1 H I Mr and Mrs Theo Webb :and. chil- given to, Training Union to. buy I house owned by ,Mr Wm McChcsney Mrs J A Davis of Greenville -

Green, Stamp Company"). In addition 'I drep Ronald. Joe George Tommy supplies.Mrs was destroyed by fire early who broke one of her arms Friday While cutting pulpwood In they(

to North Florida Junior Col-- and Patti of Lee: Mr and Mrs Evelyn Davis gave devotional Sunday morning. has been ,,dismissed from the hospital !Hamburg section Tuesday morning''i

leee, four state and five private IMax Webb and children Marsha; closing with prayer by Mrs VICKERSfcAGANS,; MARRIAGEMiss and .,is ':improving satisfactorily at Willie Martin: colored, and his crew

universities (including the Univer- Douglas and Cathy of Adel, Ga; Cleon Haynes. Minnie Latrelle Vickers, the home of her son, Mr J B Davis:[came upon a large rattlesnake with- .
sity of Florida), one state and Mr and Mrs Richard Graham and daughter of Mr and Mrs James DVicker'S. and 'Mrs-Davis." '
The hostesses pie .
arts colleges I served lemon i 13 rattles. When Joe Nathan May-
Seven. private liberal children Debbie. Mike and Nancy
former residents of
of the awards and ,coffee during the social hour. I hew stepped over a large limb he :
recipients :
: the of Largo 1.fl'l Bill Holhman and -x----
were ; Cherry Lake and 'Jimmie Earl :
I The next meeting to be held in the was cutting, there was the snake fnI
'for1961-62.' 1ie Proposal initiated by the I children Ricky, Robbie. Ruthie home' of Mrs Sue Raines.. Ragans son of Mr and Mrs Gordon Rev and Mrs Dan McCown had a coil. Strange and unusual was the
[ Dee Dee and Jimmy of Clermontr of Madison united Inmarriage
Ragans were
Social
Junior College Saturday night' and Sun-
North Florida as guests fact that the snake crawled away;
I and Sgt and Mrs John C Stokes
Science department and made possible Jim Tomlinson is a new employeeof July 8th. day Mr and Mrs Shelbv Turner from between MayheWs :feet.
will allow North I and children. Janie, Bill and BettyJo The wedding was, ]
by this grant, Fanners Mutual Exchange and ceremony per. and son Terry of Texarkana Texas.who' When Mayhew let fcrth a loud
Junior College to bring to of Panama.. City. ,Also Mrs formed by Rev W T Ligon at the
of interes
Florida Neal McLeod acting manager. are touring places \ scream and a high jump the snake
Campus economic experts fromthe. Mamie Merritt grandmother. of First Baptist Church in. Madison.GOSSMANWELLS In Florida. '
the came crawling back toward him.
n. United States "Department: of Lee and Rev and Mrs Lorace Coth- Mrs Dwight Cuppett, mother of the WEDDING ,

tAoor. private industry, and Florida ron and sons Mitchell and Thomas, honoree, assisted Janet in, openingher Mr and Mrs Nick Gossman are _x- The reptile was promptlyThe" killed.
Education. men were so unnerved by the
Stkte Department of of Lee. giftS. She received many beautiful announcing the approaching marri- -
Mickler accompaniedDr
: of meetings on the. Mrs Fred encounter they quit work for the
a. Aeries A bountiful lunch served to
for was gifts. of their daughter Joy Yvonne
"Technical. Re-training anEducational age and Mrs,Frederick Mickler and .remainder of the, day. .
tonic Need of Our Nation 54 persons buffet style. Miss Edith Dryden returnedhome Gossman. to Colon Terry Wells; five children- Saranae Lake* N Y, !)

State". Many memories'were recalled Thursday after. ,a stay in son of Mrs C: C Welly of'.Madison.The :. wbere/Dr .Mick er_is <,attending; a TWO>> QUALIFY::: .x -

Dr i'. Hamalton states,' that- 'further since all the family had been'together Madison County Memorial hospital,i wedding will be ,an event ot .medical convention. They are'' going f. :-.,-- .',r

for 'this Lectureship: PTnetamplans last on',July 4. 1957. Two where' she underwent surgery. At August 4th ,in the iladoson Methlist Niagara! Falls and o.into.; Canada. Commissioner, Van., H Priest. .and: .
-IhlchwttI be open to ttie pUblic of the immediate 'family were un| this, ::writing- she seems to be ')mproviag church. before"'coming' ham J C Burnette have' filed their; acceptances -- -,
later date.: able ,to atten Miss '* ', : '
will '.!* ,announced. at a Connie Hedge j iacSy! ( ; LUTHER HUTTO. KILLED of nomination for the

Mr':James Mohcrief Is ditliig"tbe. ,,', -.-: cock and-,'"Mr Rill-- .,: ,..Holhman 4Mr Miss WUUe'Phillips-has returned 'Funeral services -for Robert *, -x ::; ,-, i. i position of Commissioner in the- -
.lor-the College. and Mrs .Dr Webb had. greatr 5- I "
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home
program a stay in the local hos Luther Hutto. Jellied Wednesday SWIM FREES : [July 27 .City electhh.THANKS S

.I grandchildren present with them on pital. We _hope for: her a speedy morning hi an auto accident at I: ; .III. <

FIRE>i.uiRSHAL, CALLED this occasion making- four gene- recovery. ** :,:. Tampa. will be held Sunday July' .*.**., :. ; I.' A LOTTo
rations present. Midway WMU _met in the home 16th at Concord Baptist. Church 3 i :
Quick action on the part of Con BRIDAL SHOWER of Mrs ,Mattie WhTgham July 7&1 p'; m. Interment there. i', The-Madison. Lions Club for'aD is sponsoring .children I all ministers churches, anhsincere

stable Ike Hutto, of Cherry Lake'spotting i The new home of Mr and Mrs Six menAers..,. -were present and a The*.."body will arrive Friday* and free swimming 'i friends county-wide: for '\
at the McChes- : in tcrvn and surrounding area .blood donations beautiful flowers .
in -a fire Theo Webb was the setting for a very interesting program was enJoyed' : will lie in state at the T J Beggs theRecreation I visits .
morning. at Saturday afternoon at and frequent during ray longf
Bey house. last and Sunday reporting it to miscellaneous bridal )shower' July, by aH.-, j Funeral Home !until the, funeral, [jthiSL Center.day"July ., II Stay'In hospital May God's richest'" :
Lake **>.< '- .
Cherry honoring Miss: Janet Johnson bride- Otffofd' returned .
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.marshal resulted in : "frt Webbi to services. blessings surround you evermore. '
Ute s- !-.ff1fe: '|of ,an! Investigation i1e of July 15. Gam were played the Vetoiw Y hospital in Lake City The WMU Rally will be at' the : ; 18th beginning at 10 a m.' I. THEO and ENTIRE GLASS ,

'tlte.J a1M t .ty. o\. ,,4;? i. J prizes awarded ao..tbejwinner&l! July 5 for a check-tip. Cherr/ Lake.. Baptist'>r_._. Church". 'l fes- I Lunch' served1 by K hostess churck. : .,..... FAMILY .: ,
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!'.,. ;PAGE TWO --_. T11E ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORHXS: : }. FRIDAY, JULY 14th. 1961*.

-- as that of our county. The'main ,' I
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II I! : : .. I occupations are' forestry- and I BRING: THEKIDDIES '

I MS agriculture ,and the principal VT F R E-E
ao -I QDO O F
{(! :( mmm .m MMC MC IJIMUJIU MW CBWI aw exports are' mahogany, pitch
'' \ ,Published Weekly Subscription $3.76 Per Year in Advance pine, chicle gum and citrus I '
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year fruits. The forests contain dye TO SEE THE r

\ Advertising Rates Made Known on Application woods. Sarsaparilla, vanilla and COLORFULCLOWNS BALLOONS.

.> / lignum vitae, cedar, ironwood, .
J *"" Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June rosewood, pine and other and,!;:

.,:: 15th; 1908, under, Act of March 8, 1879. \ ; ,. woods, Sarsaparilla,vanilla ,and y :

OWNERS: T. C.-MERCHANT, T: C. MERCHANT,.-JR.::,:> sapodilla (from which :"chicle is CANIDYFR.I. ,

I <" AND ASSOCIATES .-,,,:-'t.' industries obtained) also grow wild. Other & SA T. : FOR"fH'E
f besides ..lumberfnginclude
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I. RECORDER ESTABLISHED 1865
{ i"r' cattle raising and the _
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FROM 10 TO 1 1 .M.
ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901 '
; NEW \ cultivation' ME .
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coffee bananas
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; CONSOLIDATED JUNE: 25, 1908" .. :' ':ltl DDIESC
t citrus fruits! coconut palms, FROM 3 TO 7 P.M. ._ < "" ,0 .; ,, ; .
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rubber. There are no railroadsin ,, F.R.&ECREAM
1 MRS. A. W. ANN, City Editor the country; the principal : : ;: !, .' i :'T "':
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_ f ::",_ '_ MRS. W. E. WILSON Advertising Manager. towns.. are- ..connected... ..by 'motor- .. ,' [t'w: N. :'S '. ,..'". I-.r.G.,"-",,-E
roads and by an airline. Belize = \) .
0 RID' We heard a man, whose is the capital.Monticello. _

I physician had forbidden him to r, <.. -;: T .
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use saw tobacco an old, say colored once,man when witha he r Stock Yard COME AND JOIN, FREEFUR! : ; ; COME IN AND

a Q rC in his mouth that, he I .
pipe ,
1961fit' I IN THE FUN .
felt like going and ,grabbingthe MEET "CUZZIN"SAVE .
pipe from him and smok- I. At "the Monticello Stockyard, Inc., For

fit' Save On Grocery Bill ing it himself, and on another .July sold compared 10, 117 cattle,.with and 108 a calves week: were ago Everyone C L ARE
: occasion an aId colored man, ActiVe on all .classes with 1 tradingon
The rainy season is on :now: whom the writer was taking feeder classes especially brisk. MPLE
f 'home, had him to' stop at a Major share of run sold for stocker
and some of the figs have begun and feeder, purposes. Generally: THESES PARKER
to sour. Home folks have store so he could buy some steady on .classes and grades avail: ON
had a big time the past several tobacco. "Yes suh," he: explained able except stocker and feeder- CopelandCOUNTRYMU9C5

I weeks with home grown products "I'd ruther hove my steers and ,calves strong. GIFT

tomatoes, peas, beans, 'baca than something to eat." .! LOW LOW TASTY TO RADIO

watermelons, cantaloupes,blackberries Well l,. for good or ill, the crap Mr and Mrs Jack I Wells ,and :;
Miss Christine Wells, have returned FROM 3 TO 6
Over
{ : and so on, and some, is nearing the market.
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from a week's visit at Jacksonvilleand PRICES
SAUSAGE
especially; the tomatoes, have now is the seed bed planting, Penney\ \'Fan s. FRI., & SAT., AFTERNOON

been produced in heavier ,the rassle with .the blue, mold: 'I -t-

volume, than the home market the setting out, the struggle.... State Bank No.' 386 LISTEN( TO LIVE FROM
cari.absorb... ,Here is where, home with ,tjie bugs; soon willbe REPORT CONDITION' OF W M A F '
FLORIDA BANK AT' MADISONof '
in nicely over the danger from wind and
f canning can come very Madison in the State of Floridaat ALL DAYFRIDAY YOUR FRIENDLY
-and these things will taste hail and fire and the still long I the close of business on June '

; mighty good and save on the hours ,of curing; and, lo and! 30/ 1001. v E, & SETZER FOOD

grocery bill next winter, when behold, market ,days will have Gash. : balances;ASSETS'wjth other .,RAD I O. .
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i Nature is not treating us so arrived and new life, commercially [, banks: including/?reserve SATURDAY STORE

Javishly.CadiBac. will have come, to all] balances, and' cash items ,
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: \ this part of North Florida: and in process of collection + .

1i Instead Of:Corn South .-Georgia., 0't !" I ". United States Government". :* 295,903.85, .... fotiiigatlons
r.. ) ,direct,'i:and ; --* BGROCERYAS'fETS
: I 1,855,51.09.Obli8aticvis :5 FRETO E -
: It seems strange that so : guaranteed bF
,Offers Shift' Raid: of. States and ;: -
many of us have good things political, subdivisions 633.2G2.45. .
L to waste when so many othersin For these. busy. days the Loans, and' discounts (Including .. '

the world do not know what Madison. County c" warehousesyoungest s+- '4 t' i $ None,' overdrafts ;ii20,593,72Bank ; BE GIVEN: AWAY .' j JUST PICK THEDJE'Wl'
it; is to have experienced a full market: in Florida:and : .' '. '
f premises' owned
stomach. Soon the pear crop one of the youngest in the belt, $1$08.8o, ..furnitureand FRIDAY.LUCKY'
will be in, and a considerablepart wiH be ready; and. soliciting ''.fixtures $12,780.: 14,389.44 'f and

of it will'gQ to waste, growers to bring their tobacco: Other assets 17,359.23. SHOPPING CART

with people just not bothering iere. For many ,growers TOTAL 'ASSETS $3,957,023.76LIABILITIES SATURDAY

to pick up the fruit after the; :Madison County market : --
I it has fallen to the ground. offers the shortest Demand deposits of individuals I BORDEN'S SILVER COW
J partnerships, .Snd _," ,
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We saw a pretty field of to- saul 'atf any, and, if the rains 0'cooperations' ,' t >$1,664,507.48 : Pit. '
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Kleenex
bacco the other day and a few keep up, that will be a decided Tome and' sayings deposits ':-- .- 0010 C MILK 7 Tall Cans 9,9c.

days later it was bulldozed benefit, in addition to the sawing of individuals, .f
partnerships and,
f, .1'over and, thrown away because of time by having a quick corporations 1,214,053.25
it had been :planted in excess sale. Deposits of United States KLEENEX ''i STARLAC POWDER MILK

I II of allotment. Several, years ago Government (including *% *%
I we,saw threwn at postal savings) 46,102.08 12-Qt. 8-Qt.

l f>- a football oranges game at the,away University : Few Cause TroubleAn Deposits political of,subdivisions State and -,<.533,247.49Certified TOWELST ( ,89 69c

of and officers' Pkg. Pk .
I Florida. And now, this article in the morning ,
i checks etc.
14433.10;
I year,, our_ government is actually -o paper says that the 'people of TOTAL, .
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paying people not to plant West Berlin are taking the 1)ra'UJr'lai,471M3.4U: REG. OR SUPERKOTEX BORDEN'S INSTANT COFFEE
corn, a commodity that is our Berlin .crisis very calmly and (a) T1demand .. J' I .
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very; life. The absurdity of this without much concern. Life posits de-2045290.15 -, : Reg. Size 9-oz..

was pointed up last week by goes on as usual on West Ber- (b) Total 3 99c 501.59c
a farmer in New York who re- lin's great shopping street, time andsavings foxesPEPSI Jar
ported that he had bought a and i
Kurfuerstendamm people
deposits 1427053.25 ---
Cadillac with the money he was from other parts of the world 'Other liabilities* 41,638.91.

being paid for Rot planting seem to have more anxiety than FREE BORDEN'S LB. KC.i .

corn. those right in the middle of TOTAL CAPITAL LIABILITIES. ACCOUNTS'3,513,982.31' $ i I oA DUTCH

tire trouble. Two years ago, 'Capital $l00,ooo.OO 39
New Commercial life when the writer was planning ,Surplus 200,000.00 1_ CHOC. c
... to visit Eastern Europe, we Undivided profits 26,616.04: Pese I CO'I a
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"I mat'lc what pleasure or felicity Reserves (and retirement account -
they have in, taking their rcguish were having a Berlin crisis, for preferred / BORDEN'S CHOC.
tobacco. It is good for nothingbut and he had some misgivingsabout capital) 116,425.41 FREE
MALTED
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,to choke, a ,man and fill him the f
going through with
full of ,smoke and embers."-Ben! : Total Capital Accounts 443,041.45 FOR
.. .Jfonson idea! However, he found peoplein SAMPLEBORDEN'S MILK I can flMlcBOROEN'S
i both Berlins as well as in Total Liabilities and
;. "Sublime tobacco! which from the so-called Iron Curtain citiesof Capital Accounts $3,957,023.76
This bank's capital consists of "
t east to west. :
"Cheers ,the tar's labor or the Leningrad, MoscowWarsaw! Common stock 'with total : EveryoneFREE
r x Turkman's rest; and Prague going on about par value of $100,000.00 .' INST. POTATOES
S ? "Which on the Moslem's. ottoman- their business as though noth- MEMORANDA '
divides( Assets pledged or assigned to TASTY
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; .:;: "His hours and rivals opium and I ing were happening After all, secure liabilities and for Reg.BORDEN'S
his'brides."-Lork Byron. it is usually only a compara- II t other purposes 1011000.00 2
/ I. tively few people in high' poSi- LAG Herring as Cashier CHEESE CI'
of the above-named bank, do Pkls.
So there yo.have., away
( tions who cause the trouble, .. ,
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\ solemnly (SWEAR-AFFIRM) that '
.back in Literature, two con-; I I .- ,
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and whip up or..force the greatbody this report of condition is true and or. J.
flitting opinions about the great of the people to go. out i correct to the best of my knowledge DELSEY
crop in this section now being and'start to one another. and belief.
killing ,
TISSUEWith
TO'IE1
A. G. HERRING COLA
readied< for market, just as we f
Con-ect-AUest
: BISCUITS .
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t have conflicting views today J. L. "JBRINSON FREE Soap Saver
about it from a. health pointof Great Lunbe ;. J. H DuRANT. it!. D.
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view. In the writer's mind CAN Twin r -
CountryBritish y-;< f .AyZ: 1; "**.{>.- ?? Directors 21
there is no doubt: that the use State of Florida County of Madison C
I' of tobacco, especially in excess, Honduras is a British' ss: 16 PAC
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is Injurious to health, and yet ClOwn colony located on the I Sworn to and subscribed before ::1ua .
me this :both day of ,July 1961.
of ,others Caribbean
there are a plenty coast of Central and I TETLEY TEAt
hereby certify that I am not C
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who are willing to risk whatever America. It is about twelve aw officer or director of this bank.

I health injury there is in times as large in area. as Madison PATSY H SANDERSON

on "er'tQ get 'the relief sand. relaxation -'. .county and, has. a,popula- My commission expires Notary"Dec.: Public. '10,* :. 3J /4-lfc. $1.OO

tfrat the weed giT 8.'1! Lion about six times as great 1962. \ > .Wa Pp.-Umti Twe PIc,_

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\ :"' County Court 1 "I 4': -,. 1 ing devotional and Mrs, James See Model Kitchen at: See WeteinA ato' ) For':1'l'q fast mechanical repair' service f,

: ( :.;':.f-';' x t ", : 4.x I Hardee gave the Spiritual 'Life on CARS, TRUCKS and FARM
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." thought, Miss Bea Griffin presented ; .. _, : EQUIPMENT See '
at the home of Mrs C A Blalock '," "., ..., ; i \.
Brown Jr.trespass on en e -
Leroy Monday with thirteen members and the lesson. Plans for Augusf 'were 'Delicious_ ref shments. were'

!1' closure.'$50'or. thirty ",days.,,.* ; ,. twovsit9rs.>: present. .l 1 discussed. J served." -* Home Freeze ? ."'I"'' ,.:" R&W:1 .4-
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Repairs, -Parts, Accessories next',torrCnerry's \

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,- Mr J.B
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I ,'. .:?' .-;"::-"'I" '.".. .., ..' ..,t ':: Mrs home.E-Dempsey at their, summer,

ON YQlORJFQipb $Ul$ J Mr and Mrs A E Ragans had as-

a Wf 6/Vf J guests Saturday Mrs Guy O'Quinnand
I MERCHANTSGreen daughter, Wanda, and Miss Ida
Lochler of Adel Ga.
STAMPS BLUE RIBBON HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED BEEF
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: children, Claudia and Wayne, at

i :>;; RIB ROAST-GROUND CHUCK Jui C '.I Jacksonville: and Susan :Whitty of
419 Base. : Baldwin come Saturday .for an overnight
S Street FREE GIFTS Fft visit with Mr and Mrs S K

Madison RI HtS BONELESS CHUCK ROAST Whitty.Mr .
JohnKing had Mrs '
.' Florida RESERVED 'Eaddy:
I 7 and daughter Jean; of Plant City,

Mrs Pete King and children of Lake
f NAA City and Mr and Mrs Dick King

a of Jacksonville to visit with him

/' EXTRA CEDAR KEY for a few days. His friends regret

,. 0 that he is ill. .
G EN S TAM a Mr and Mrs Charles Godwin and
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:Mr and Mrs W V Godwin
t ADSIEESS-- .ly"lb, 96l 1 and other relatives.

It .. irol C OpE M S i c 39 Mr and Mrs Fred Minter of Eau-
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'! nllll s Gallie came for a week end visit

with Mr and Mrs C <3 Brannanj-
Mrs Marcus Cherry and sons;
: uI_ Allan and Douglas and Mrs atB

I Whitty were Business) visitors *' In
l. ',- .. \J Valdosta /Thursday.v' .*

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Mr and Mrs V S Smith of Pin-
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;'- .1 ,g. Marie, of Hialeah, Mrs James/E
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Ar t UMIT i WITH.FOOD r LIMIT-:-1, .' ,. ..;Delia., Paul and Mary:>HelenA of
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..:, .tY ,::; "'" .FOOD ORDERWilson's
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A Real Bargain!

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...> : BAC MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
i ; :. .-' PLAIN WITH THC PURCHAlIC Or LA p GC Several top quality refrigerators -
> .t OR 5 LIMIT 1, CAN DECDORI2LR [/1aSORTEDFLORIENT and ranges, used only a
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THI COUPON [XPIREB few months, at a good discount
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HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
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., v Chase & SanbornCOFFEE. 1 \. tended the meeting of Florida Presbytery
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x MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS >> to the meeting. Miss Ella
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Armstrong accompanied them andvisited
# WITH. 14 az LADY TAIM SPANISHCAKE
i x iit FOOD BAR relatives. at Mt. Pleasant.

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I THIS COUPON EXPIRES who h,accompanied. them-home frontttieir
KJUY, 16 1'61 visit with relatives in Hani-
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1 IH l' & DRY CLEANERS ; y I '-';;- '." 0'"," ...T '" -:.. AND' HAVE YOmi'1.. .

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DAN RIVER MUSLIN SHEETS -- : $1.88 ";''''
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':\ WELCOMES YOU TO MADISON T! / : i .l ;01' 4: : It.i #, of Madison. County'MARGARETLAY' 1

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For' The Best Prices on Furniture AMaciison, r : "UVE O'H'GAS"lfC"O t' ''_' q I. -. \ .-... .
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j BEST WISHES TO MADISON COUNTY FARMERS .,

1,1-n .. We're Boosting FOR A SUCCESSFUL TOBACCO SEASON .1.,,

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FOR A TISUCCESSFUL 1961 5 USE LONG DISTANCE AND .r.!
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REALIGNMENT .OFRESPONSIBILITIES' development engineering with the WMU RALLY '*,

General Electric Company he tot I CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST ;
joined EPC in 1951. He bas'long

MADISON TOBACCO GROWERS-BUYERS .A re-alignment of executive re- been active in the industrial development 0.05'Ct The Associational WMU Rally

WELCOME .'; sponsibilities.at the Florida, Power of Pinellas County,3it headof will be Tuesday July 8 at Cherry
Corporation; has been announced .by FPCs industrial area develop "
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r r FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE!< Rj TRUfK_PARTSi ) ) J Shirley Gracy, senior vice pre&Ir :ment departments and as a memberof Je

"r 3&# --. .tf-% 'j : .'.. dent in charge of division operations- i the Executive Board of the Com- The program begins at\ 10' am.i,, <
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:-.;, A V Benson, formerly vice president \ .'
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Northern, Ocala, and Winter Park I On Sandals and Other Items 1.
Wilson Auto Parts !IRC. divisions, has been named vice I 1 DAVE WILSON |ft'
president in charge of governmental rr FOR SALE -
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Your NAPA Dealer 'f..4A W M Pickett, fotfnerly vice president -. (.One 1 large 2-story old house on4qi Tuesday; Iternoon at his "Bbnie' "ifi

in charge of the St' Petersburg s Hprry St; half block close Mr and Mrs Jim Busby had Ham after an extended illness.
.. and Clearwater' divisions, 'has Infv"house4 and income. Needs .your He was-
k visiting them recently, Mr an} Mrs a life long1 citizen/r-Madi.
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HU 3-2221 l.4IIf/ Madison, FJa Charles' Busby and'children., Kit and son County where he was engagedin
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l' ; I Tommy of Jacksonville. Mr Jimmy farming in'the Hamburg
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:$ ,' "-''"" 1 Busby of FSU and Miss Mary Ap- munity.He .
I 'E' ; Andrew H Hines, Jr, formerly i. Jeff Jkfacarages 3-bedroom house ..
n t:, r director of area development, was in Yellow Pine. Low down Pay- plebHrger: of 'FSU. is survived by his wife,
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THEYEJVfflER of vice president in charge of fa g. : ; Funeral services will be held
Ii governmental relations would 'fill: Fabric Shop
I BIG SALE BROADUS WILLOUGHBY Sunday at 2 p m in the New Zion
the need tfor providing staff guidance -
: I Week ending July llth 1961 REALTOR AME Church. Interment will fol-
and direction of the company'srelationship
HU 36481'Madison, Fla. Tuesday.
i. : At Ken's On Max. Min. 11L with municipalities in every low at Mt Nebo cemetery.
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; Wednesday 91 67 .00 the obtaining of francl ses\ and FOR SALE: Card display Case, with I Clifford Stallworth, Manager of

: Used Pianos Thursday Friday 1 93 93 69 70 .00.00 franchise renewals and in the negotiation -.. approximately $100 worth of as-, Mrs Mattie Bunting Howell of the T J Beggs Jr Colored Funeral
of municipal in of .
home charge
.15 power contracts sorted cards. Will sell completefor Center Hill in arrangements.Mrs
Saturday 91 70 renewing for the
rfor street lighting, water MRS A
: $25. L PATTERSON
/if' 1 rebuilt reg $395 Sunday 85 68 .28 home paper writes / 1, pumping and other uses. This would HU 3-9101., 46-it-pd T C McNally has as guests
:82Tuesday
Monday 84 69 also apply to the relationship be- I means they have of keeping in
J 5 during ,the weekend members of her
'I r Mirror Spinet $349 88 70 .03 tween the company and the Rural FOR SALE:, 2.bed. room home in touch with old friends. Nell and family Including Mr and Mrs ByronT

Electric Cooperatives served by the Pinetta. Good condition. Nice yardwith Bob enjoy reading the copies she
Total \ ,1.28 and shade' ,trees near schooL McNally Orlando Mr and Mrs
with
'p* 1 upright ebony "T week ending July8tK'af company other govern. saves until they come. --- < ,
Rainfall J' H'Seuthall. of CHntorp C, Mrand
mental 'Ideal home site for someone
agencies to assure mutual
Estey Piano $169' Gibson Tower p.90 in,.. Lovett Tower understanding and effectiveness. working at Clyattville.. .$8,500.00. Mrs G U Myers and Mrs G U

id 2.00 in Aucilla Tower 0.90 in, Sin Benson is.a, Financing may' be *arranged. Used Washers Myers Jr of Chipley and Mr and
clair Tower 0.60. in. Mill Creek '
Shown by appointment. W. B. Mrs Douglas Martin of Lakeland,
1 ribbon stripe mahogny ,Tower 0.80 in, Madison forestry veteran of 33
years service DAVIS, JR., Realtor. Phone HU as low as $5 down and $5 a: month :Mr and Mrs Southall are makinga

Kramch-Back $219! headquarters High' temperature 1.45 in. at forestry 5-1 with FPC- and 3-6277 or HU 3-6278. 46-lt-ch; MESSERBATTERY more extended,stay here with Mrs

station 78 on Juiy 8th; low, 75 on previouslyseivedi FOR SALE: PWlco upright home McNally and in Orlando with Mr.

These pianos guaranteed fully for duly 3rd. r as divis- freezer $95. Very good working & TIRE CO. and Mrs D G Walden.

Sun rises July 14th 5:40 am, sets ion manager in condition. YELLOW PINE Restaurant -
3 years Winter Park and .
7:39: .
pm.Moon Phone HU 3-9101. 46-lt-pd \
sets July 14th 8:56 pm. Lakes Wales. He
These Prices. Reduced Moon in constellation of Cancer is active in the FOR SALE: Blue tick\ hound pup- w

July 14th. Rotary Club, pies; thoroughbred months old. BUILDING Cx i AFLi p .

for this week only High tide"Juljri4th at St Marks Methodist church C S LAIRD, Greenville Fla. asB&.
light 3:37 pm. and other or- :t 46-2t-pd
ganizations.Prior .
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( Jf you are considering purchasing a to becoming E J
S waitress at YEL-
WANTED Night
a Repairs all small
values ,on gas
piano this summer see these ': a vice LOW PINE RESTAURANT. NE.LIO Jf ]
iwotors. HOWERTON SUPPLYCO. t president of FPC

;1( Ji, ATKen's ., Briggs-Stratton ,and Mc- ,in !1999. Ptekett Phone HU 3-9Ol. 46-ltpd I Jo '
was manager of WANTED: Registered nurses for E. Ai1L L"
Culloch Sales and Service. II
Music Shop the St Petersburg staff duty in modern 32-bed hospital -
L 7,. division MATERIAL.I / ;X L. .ti.n
McCHE$ iEY HOUSE BURNEDThe site of North Florida ? Cyprew SI. .
Madison Fla. ,;, since 1945.Through .' Junior College. Apply ADMINISTRATOR VALDOSTA

the Madison Certain-Teed Asphalt Shingles $ 5.95
Wm McChesney house at : County ____.
RE-cAPTURED' Cherry Lake was destroyed by fire years he has :Memorial Hospital, Madison, Fla. 15 Year Warranty per Sq. .

ESCAPES. AND Sunday morning about two o'clock. been the very Chamber activein 46ltchTAKEN 4x8x14 AD% Plywood ...___....sheet $ 2.45:

Joseph O'Grady. age 23, The house was unoccupied at the ctf Commerce, UP: One cow Owner 4x8x3/4 AD '
James Plywood ._._....sheet $ 6.15
N J., serving fiveyears time though, there was some builtin Exchange Club Goodwill Industries identify and pay for this ad. ,
Jersey City
of
for breaking and entering furniture in it. and Mr Mc01es-o and participated in numerous other JESSE BROWN. Rt 2 Madison: Disappearing Attic Stairway __________$14.95
: was at the time negotiating
ney ,
civic activities.
escaped from ,the prison work: with a prospective renter.. It was 46-lt-pd Outside White Paint -__________..g al. $3.35
Greenville early, Tuesday not known how the fire started. Hines is a mechanical High Quality Mildew and Fume Resistant

cafternoon.. He was recapturedabout l BARN OF TOBACCO BURNS' engineering Next 1/2 in. Celotex Sheathing M
graduate Tuesday $55.00
a w - ---:per
6:30 the same afternoonabout Dannitte Mays lost a barn of to- '
of the : Waterproof ,
i Universityof ;
three quarters ot a mile ,eastof ; bacco by fire Saturday night at his JB,E WELLBORN of Singer Sewing .-

Greenville.. place west of town.. Setae of his istered Florida engineer a reg- Machine:: Coy will be at RUBY'SFABRIC Celotex Ceiling Tile ..=--:j per. M'.- 107.50 ,
best tobacco the middle leaves, 12x12 or 12r24-Diamond White _
is .
in the State of SHOP Madison and ';,' ; ..,.
Tie Singer njajs at t tRwy's was in the bath- -- Florida aDd featuring a regular 6.95 sewing PAY CASH AND SAVE CALL CH 24760 ,
; JS former regionasecretary machine, tu+gefor.. Z95. includes
"USEJWAS Yt,! + of the cleaning. .'I., dJustini.U d< 'J.NELIO CHEMICALS Inc. ':

Fabric'Sbop'fIY i American Society changing, ,BeeeDe). s .i

GOOD SELECTION of Mechanical En- Let MR WELLBORN help you TRESS ST. VALDOSTA: GA.Ii ". :'t 1Ji

:. ,. Howerton.:Supply- ..ComPanY : 'give ;y .-*,. with*ALLhYo* SEWING-HACH1NE

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,,' t t'J' .-" r_ Lions ElectInternational Pr s1deI '/, \See Florida This $Summer. : f- .' ;- .:, .,.:j:. ., '''' '

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i We. have' the largest and most beautiful selection of summer:

i... Per Stahl of Eskilstuna, SweJl ... dresses we've ever had Juniors (5-15), Misses (8-20),
cent was elected International!
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[President<< of Lions Internationall Women's (3&44), Half Sizes (12% 24" ).

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Convention in Atlantic CityJ : :. Be Here.Early TorThese Terrific Buys; : -
- & 5 Lions .
Internationa with 620,000 S5 "*
' L [members in 112 countries or re-' f Beautiful '
f gions. la the worid'slargest'serv41' Group
tee club 4 ai 5 : ti'' rrwr .: i.
organization. ,
I J Lions International is best' : Summer DRESSES A OFF

{known for .its many youth pro-!
grains community service pro'
1 ects sight conservation'activities
{an4} aid to the blind. Last year Dresses
:Lions Clubs around the globe Group ,
i completed more than 200,000 in- Dresses

-, i icivlilual. community service proJects ; $10.00 each



Appeal For Help ..

'r Lake Johnson at Gold Bead Branch State Park lures ,vacationers to enjoy swimming boating and S
t Crinoline Net Petticoats
,: picnicking in a tranquil setting of slash pines and hardwood forest An inviting ravine, reached by stair i'
'A Price
We are out of doors and need a ways leads to the branch where an old mill once stood. Nature trails take hikers into remote areas

where wild life be In nits natural the has facilities : lOc eachVisit
shelter. Our church burned down can seen habitat. An ideal family retreat, park: camping .
and i4 cabins for rent Gold Head Branch, located 40 "miles sooihwest of:Jacksonville. is one of ; 5-
I and have in which to "
we no place .' "" -fc.r f -
1Z state parks scattered throughout Florida.
A worship We are asking everyone Mae Beauty Shop or Phone 222. 715

who can and will to help us build ", 1. Tallahassee, Fla.

our church back for Jesus' .sake and
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1 give little or much, from a penny ; _. j

I on up. We are asking everybody to s4', '<'-"<- T. --J : ,-,,"'; e.. T -:' STATEMENT OF I CONDITION: < "i! '

help please. ... .. -
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... St. Jameh Missionary Church L ...
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Rev J W Joseph Pastors = ",' '..f June 30, 1961

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s F' CAR ON FIRE

1 :. The fire deptartment was summoned f\E
ti .' to NW Washington street,* i THF 'CITIZENS-BANK PERRY

S{ near Livingston, last Friday at = '; \jr

2:38 pin, where an automobile .
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on fire. Damage was confined to '. '".\.'., .. Florlda. ", ,. 'f'
< T 1 : f'," ; .. 'l'. ,,,n.. .. ; Perry, [ .. -I. -t.-) t.i .
} turned) wires. .. ,. O'v.. -' 1- ... ..... t

. A tall iron fence-x-has been built' : ;:: ,;;. :... .CORPb't.fr f''
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*"*' The word chronic is derived .. ,' '.jol;; : .. .. U. S. GOVERNMENT BONpS -.---------,--.'.---' -1l.L; : -----.-'--- ,.,. 1,180,514.49. L'. : : 'j -, )
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; from theGreek' word chronos <#. ., !{,;.' : OTHER SECURITIES ________________-i___ '_______--.------;---------. 198,895.33.J ,
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long duration. An acute,HJ- '.' -f' L -T .. ." .,
5 chronic '" I .. > _.i'l",' '., .i.j., ,WI; '
ness-as"opposed"from'which to a the .. FURNITURE AND. JIXTURES _________.:____1_____.::;: ..*____-_-' f 37/794.41 ... J PT ,+ 'g'J}':
t' disease-is one d .... \ I. :
patient either dies or recovers \ ,! L BANKING HOUSE AND-LOT -uL :: ;.. :L: .::'.. '89)651.45) ; '' ,' ,
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; 'time. / chronic diseases ',i-t, \ .!I'" ,. ,I: ,; .' OTHER ASSETS ___________-__-' __-_-_.___________..________.__1___-___-. -1,201.58 ,StjJS rJ" ; .J.>.
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degree, although many, can get .,., -> tt' .'; ) ..;." i .... <,,(,U'. ''';J'

about and even be self=support' 1..t I ... CAPITAL STOCK _______________________.:.._:__..:...,_-:..__.:._____ 170,000.00. t 4 .; t.' iff., P', (
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million persons in the ,United i:' -{, SURPLUS _________________.________________________________-:_____ 100,000.00 "o ". ::-.."
: States suffering from some form '-'if! "
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of chronic illness. Of this number :. UNDIVIDED PROFITS & RESERVES ..;';..; ;..;. .;. \ 53,006.01 ".. .
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are"invalids, incapable:: of getting ", ?. INTEREST COLLECTED NOT EARNED : ;.. ;! : 52,174.15 : I : ;".
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,Mrs H C Tuten enjoyed ..
{ her visit
+ 4n.rfFS + "f + ts.q"?;. ..L..aa .
P dnyYd; eCy'? ; ; : cRS" x ) wo.J. '.a:. E ::2 ay .y7w.Rs .::x..4.;..,.:R;; ''.x i,2 w ? n Stockton Ga, fast week with .her_
x,4dfi: -r', + a'xpd ) Mrs Edna -
fit/- : laughter, Livingston and FOR Saturday, July 15

., ..., .;i.8: } family. DOUBLE FEATURE
..,r., r.b.".;: ..;yy..SX i4 x1 .,'w, ;.:4. ;+ : !y Darell. Bailey of Tallahassee is DELUXEBAKBQ THE LAWLESS BREED Technicolor
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.xat'; .i, yz; yt iy sa;awq@.. .,,,: visiting with James Bailey and t S starring Rock Hudson Julie
tb:1d 1 amily.. GRILL Adams! He stood aside for no man.
There! were two women-and plentyof

,'j. Little Bengie and Tommy Tuten (with electric motor) action in his life and Texas' wasj;
t jf Perry are visiting Mrs H, C proud to claim him. .
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HAVE ROCKET WILL TRAVEL
j ; f .. IO'Quinn of Greenville .,vas ,
yifviv starring The Three Stooge, Anna
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risking Mr A D O'Quinn Sunday.
Lisa. A f fun-packed story. Laughter
( Herman Touchton of ,New York '
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in large doses,for-all ages thia
visitedAlice O'Quinn and her fami- mirthmaking event. Cartoon. .' .

ly' in Perry this week. They were
h happy r to see him for the first timein Inc. Sunday-Monday, July 16, 17

three years. GIV N AWAY AUGUST 5th WILD IN THE COUNTRY, DeLuxe -

111I. .. Curtis Sutton and family of color, starring Elvis Presley'
Hope Lange Tuesday Weld. A searing
I.i I. : : yy:' Sarasota visited his ,mother, Mrs drama of rebellious youth.

Kae: Antonio, this week. Her grandson HOSTESS :TO CIRCLE f Someone cared enough to help .hint

< Lynn Sutton enjoyed ,his visit to be somebody. A .forceful, yet

,1 For the first time.ever, .absoltitely b aI with her while he was' here.. Mrs Marshall Hamilton. enter- tender story of a bitter and confused -..
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We are still enjoying the visitorsat tained the Janie Paul circle youngster. Cartoon.
boat i at a
for cHiaren of aU ges.Madeofsame
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church and glad to have people .
luncheon meeting at her Cherry
Tuesday-W dri& day, July 18, 19
plastic foam used in life belts and rafts. Great for 1akesnds; 5 YI visit ,at all times.Proceedings. Lake home Monday morning. ,, SURPRISE PACKAGE, starring.Yul .

Mrs John Maultsby the chairman, Brynner Mitzi Gaynor. The
Vii HOn-CapSlZable. 4
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streams and pools. Completely
conducted the business session surprise package comedy of the,

t maneuverable-goes, forward, backward, turns on a dime.Speeds up. to 3' ...f,. of, the when excellent reports were given I year. The impossible;"
by the ten members who attended. irrepressible and untenable situation

miles per hour. Lightweight., And boy! Is it ever FUN t! <\, City CommissionCITY Mrs Hamilton presented the mission: of a mobster without a mob-&

i\\ study lesson. doll without a dollar-a king with-.(

out a care, Cartoon.ThursdayFriday .
{ !ifX Mrs Carl Sewell was a new mem ....
OF MADISONFLORIDA "
1 July .5, 1961 her added to'the roll. v 'July! 20, 21 1

,\. -:", ... '', The City Commission met this The hostess served a delicious DOUBLE FEAJURE
I' I date with Van ,H Priest and V M fruit salad sandwiches and tea and CURSE OF THE WEREWOLF.

fl :\ SOUTH DUVAL ST. Folsom present. dessert a! cookies and ice cream. Technicolor starring Clifford

MADISON, FLORIDA V6ot :HU3.668t Minutes of theC previous meetingwere Evans,' Yvonne Romain. The'most"

read and approved. -, CIRCLE MEETS, unusual beast of them all. When
SUMMER BOOKMOBILE, The Commission authorized the the moon was full no one was safe
SCHEDULE MADISON COUNTY
"sacking" of parking meters duringthe Mrs H C Merryday was hostessto THE SHADOW OF THE CAT"

y Thursday, June 22, July 16, 20, etc 1961 tobacco selling season. the Hadden-Morrow circle Monday starring Andre Morell, Barbara
9:20-10:00--Lee Road & Rt. 6 The following persons were ap- with ten members .attending. Shelley. A touch of his claws

H H'r Crossing pointed to handle the city election Mrs S H, Moore presided over the meant death. His shadow was even

.3s :10-10:2O-Gordon Henderson'sHome July 25th. business meeang when plans weremadetto dangerous. -and it was everywhere.
A G 'HERRING, ClerkW Cartoon.
s B DAVIS JR., Mgr. serve supper to .the m n's
/ 10: -11:00 Van Hinton's Home ISHAM HARRIS Mgr. Club next Tuesdav nieht. The_n_ de.votional

." U:10-11:25-Mutt Everett's Home HOMER FAIRCLOTH Mgr. "'was_ given by Mrs. Roger Lawn Mower Parts.aridMcWIUMMS
tt I71F 11:551:56-Pinetta P. O. ".
Cemetery deeds were executed to: Asbury...
2:10- 2:40-Hanson (Miedert's J C Sutton Vivian Smith ;Bnory The hostess' served sandwiches Service

F Store) Huggins, Mrs Mildred Favors and cookies and punch during'. the social S
,3:0S-Gibson's Home, Mrs Marie C Childress. hour. GARAGE
3:353:45 Katherine Brown's There being no further business .
' ...,. '
: sr ; t Home i the Commission approved bills for CATLEDGE REUNION
.S. P .
IK ? Jfc5/v' ft:io -= Katherine Smith'sL payment and adjourned. --" PLAY PERIOD
J ,J J 4 Home V M FOLSOM MayorAT1'EST _
Will be held at Long Pond Beach I
3rI 4:154:30Marcus Cherry's Home : 'I near Twin Lakes Ga., August 6th It A play and recreation period will
lO:15UOOl3rowning's ervice ALEX H. SMITH, Clerk Istmd '"You I for .
Station I .r y. All Come. 46-2t-ch. be held this Sunday evening
I .
11:05-12:30-Cherry Lake School Methodist young people immediately
I ; JAYCEES ASK QUESTIONS l' :''Mr W M Ragans Jr spoke'Mt ;at
Area12:4012:54Sale's : af ten the church service in Fellowship -

Ii". Let Us f': .. Home ABOUT PAVING : Paran' Baptist' Church near Hall. It is planned Rev

I 1:00- 2:30--Lovett Road-" to Greenville -- The :Madison Junior Chamber of !Branford,* Sunday morning, ,July Paul Touchton reported, to have

Commerce met at noon last Friday : h? spoke at these about twice a month.
( : PlanYourWed&ng 2:353:05-Greenville P. O. at McNeil's Restaurant.The I gFriendship Church 7 miles
'.. Thursday, June 29, Juty ''14, 28, etc I I below Jasper.
Jaycees now have 75 members Mr and Mrs Burch Cornelius ettd
We line ,
carry a complete GlI 10:55-11:35; St Regis Nurseries
bridal 12:10-. 3:30-r-Lee P. O. as a result of several new 67015 GOOdyearAllWeather'Tne son Bill left Tuesday to attend the
wedding acces-
gowns
members added the previous week. convention haClearwater'
School
\ 1:00- IO-Curry's Home Principals
sories, lingerie, cocktail and 1:20-- l:3O-Chas Station1:35.1:45Clement's The regular business meeting was this*week.
postponed due to a special i-
formal dresses. program
Home .
OtHers attending &te Principals
-- Guests were 'M SSrS Van1 .H \Priest S
1:5S2:05Moseley Hall Baptist and J C Burnette. Mr 'Burnette is As Low As $11.88Plus J D Kaney of Greenville Simon

:Me $ SAo Church an announced candidate for the I Kinsey of Madison, and Cecil Harts-
2:30-Hopewel1 (Mrs
I'id/ Sapp'sl
Home) City CommissioiC Mr 'Priest! pres Tax and' Trade-in field of Pmetta.

\ I ently on the City Commission, announced ,

.. 1608 Williams St. Tel. CH 2-3434 VALDOSTA_ GEORGIARBRIGN MINISTERS MEET a "prospective"that he candidate.was appearing as at MESSERBattery&TireCo. Sell'your Tobacco ia

Joe Stafford, acting as moderatorfor .
-
j ,a forum type discussion: asked Madison! 4.'
ITCHY SKIN .. Methodist ministers. in this .area .
A IDEA questions that had been ..submittedby
1 .,
HOW TO CHECK IT held their monthly meeting here ;
Jaycees and citizens of Madisonand
rotRoofsMetalMasonry IN JUST 15 MINUTES. .. ]Monday in the Madison Restaurant Priest
both Mi and Mr
After using ITCH-ME-NOT., get ':when Dr Shuler Peele, district ; Burnette
were given a chance to the
answer
)'ou.r" 48c back at any drug storeif .
superintendent addressed the group questions.A .
ALtlMANATJONlUTJllfj the itch :NEEDS SCRATCHING. ;>n the general work of advanced leading question concerned the
( Apply instant-drying TTCH-ME- ,
NOT for in- !specials and on Evangelism. Plans paving. of Madison streets. Other WANTED.-
day or"night eczema, !
> U Bil JUOKMB CutMf
< concerned
I questions the
beautification
F sect bites, ringworm i toe itch, other '(were discussed for necessary adjust. -
STOPS LEAKS' surface rashes. NOW at SMITH'S nents hi the young people's workas I of Lake Francis and the
development of :Madison in
general.
t RUSTPROOFSINSULATES DRUG STORE Advt. : outlined by the ConfeJ'eIlce.as; .

1 the: Afadison-Taylor sub-district is 13-FOOT .SUNFLOWER \

: HONORS DAUGHTER'Mr 1 being t enlarged to include the youth TOPS AGNER'SJoe

GUARANTEED j jI Fellowship and ministers of Live I

I and Mrs J P Morrow honored I Oak, Jasper and !..faye.A -
KtrUBLIC FOWDCRCD METAL Hill Smith of Live Oak writes .:. ,
CLLrrtU$. as. OHIO their daughter, Mrs. Lome meeting :Aug 7 is planned to the E-R to "tell Alex Agnernot' to .i. I. ',', -" -",_ ,
Allers '
Ask for Dcmoiutroiion at with a luncheonVednesda.y and the : -,
I complete arrangements .' .a- .-
I at their home. I save any seed off that little sunflower .J "
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young people will be given the he is l
I bragging about. V ,
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A three course luncheon .was 1 privilege of selecting a name for ri' "x"l_ <
Hill ,
Joe he has stalk 13
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says a
served by, the hostess buffet style. d j
Howard'Studst l the new organization.A feet tall. His wife and he measuredit
lilies
Day and other seasonal meeting of the MYF sub-dis
the other
I : morning with a steel
LUMBER COMPANY' r flowers decorated the, rooms. trict,, of which Irwin Ulm is presi- tap He says he will- save some / .a L ;

:Madison. Florida I dent, was held Monday night in ''
seed from his stalk and will divide ,
WANT LONGER tiRE attended Rev Paul Touch- :
Boyd
by Alex T
with and next, year be can, '
ton; Mrs iBiH Cave who is the new tall "

Mrs' Lome Allers and two WEAR? senior IMF counselor, and several grow some real-. sunflowers. 'Ii jt ".' f,. ,.AI...

children of Caribou Maine,. spent a _, members, including Morris Haire, WINN-DIXIE PRIZES ;i S I .

month visiting hjr parents Mr" and Let us align your wheels with- our Susan Smith, Ann and Sarah Dick- ,,,..' .,. :
Mrs J P !Morrow here and a 'week inson and Ken Wells. Prizes '. roe ,
new HORTON front end alignment were awarded at Winn "J '
with her sister'and. family, Mr, and machine. Dixie's new supermarket upon their -. ,

Mrs J B Thompson, at Florala. opening recently. l" ',, i

Ala Mrs Allers and children left'for CANTEY MOTOR CO; Mrs B N Gross who underwent Georgia Stone of Greenville won 1> 4 "': \? #\ :
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Maine: Tuesday. 11'. surgery in Atlanta was dismissedfrom the electric washer-dryer., i_' '

the hospital Monday and is A number of electric fry pans ..
EVEN MORE CUSTOMERS BY
convalescing at the .home of her and charcoal grills were awardedto

DO BUGS BOTHER YOU? niece Mrs John Richardson there. Mrs Edna Phillips, Daniel Pink-

Friends are glad to know she is arc!, 11rsVray Webb_ Mrs Jean

OKAY, LET'S GET: RID OF,''EM, AND EasT, CALL",,. doing well. Jones F,1owers.tircLeod., Mrs Alene Clark .Nonie .. ARNIE MEDDERS

US NOW -=COLLECT: IF ROACHES, ANTS WATER." < Mrs H L
Stokes, James I:;'yyche and JoeAlexander. F
BUGS FLEAS AND TERMITES CONDITIONERS r
ARE
MAKING YOUR R /j.* '
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YOU LIFE MUST MISERABLE.BE SATISFIED WE'LL! ELIMINATE 'EM AND- .. IN.ALL SIZES AT Guests of Mr1-and::'!I 4 Mrs Jack L S American Service Station

i Wells this weekr
BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. WESTERN AUTO cousin, Rev- David' Cunningham .

e daughter Lillian' and son Don of US 90 AT SHELBY ST., MADISON, FLORIDA

Phone 293-J Perry, Florida .STORE Nebraska, and,&Anu. Williamson of

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fl' VALDOSTA FEDERAL PAYS 4'Q: ON SAVINGS




r Several top 'quality refrigerators ,DIES IN AUTO WRECK ,

and ranges,' used only a Robert Luther Hutto was killedin .
Register forD ., : an automobile wreck early Wed- \ LUCILE'S 'DRESS'SHOP
few months; at a good ,discount!
!; nesday morning in T ampa 'He is ,
HOWERTON SUPPLYCO.. .
CITY ELECTION survived by his wife and two children ANDTHE <

,. ,brothers and : .
sisters and-a ', :FAMILY STORE
TELLS, ABOUT CHAMBER i
number of
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OF COMMERCE :: < ':, "
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i Friday and ; 1! MADISON, FLORIDA .? b
r and Mrs 'John. Sands have as 1 wilUie in state at T J Beggs Jr .. f1: :>

guests for the summer Mrs Sands' a Funeral Home until the funeral. 1 ,;:,,,'. 1 -
Bob Finkernagel, manager, and i \
parents, Mr and Mrs Bailey H Funeral services will be held at ;. .. r \ i \
Billy :Mitchell, assistant manager, : -
of Clarksville Mr Concord Baptist 'church
Lyle Tenn. and of the Gainesville Chamber of Com- Sunday ,
Mrs Lyle will return to Clarksville merce, were guests at the Lions' July 16 at 3 p' m. Interment follows -

later to make preparations to ,move Club meeting Tuesday, and told of I in Concord cemetery with T J :r., v .
to Madison the first of the year to the organization and workings of aChamber : Beggs Jr Funeral' Home in charge. t

reside permanently -of Commerce and specifically -i

of the fields in which the I
-x- MINOR
Gainesville Chamber is working. WRECKS
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Mrs Almond Zipperer, H D They gave a number of good ideas, -
John Edward Hall of Jacksonville -
:Agent, and Mrs ,R. L Crafton, Mrs relative to the formation of a '
W A Shirey and Mrs John Thigpenare Chamberr of Commerce, which is was charged by' Trooper
Peavy with driving too'fast for con- '"
under discussion here. t.f
attending .the State HD Council some
and Short Course in Gainesvillethis ,Visitors included Hyem Kramer, ditions of the road, following his .
Pat Cantey had Ashley Beggs. losing control of the car July 7 on
week.
The Club voted to sponsor free US90 v ; wtywu/hn

swimming at the Recreation Centerthis John Paul Parker and| C L Parkerran

YOU CAN DEPEND ON Saturday. into each other near< Green- ,
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b ville. No charges. $100 damage to JL .. .
Smoother car driving when your The Singer man is atRuby's each car. .
front wheels are expertly aligned ,: ,The darkling. plaid costume:,
t by expert mechanics on our Horton For higher than ordinary ; Important now thru fall. lightly

machine. \ Fabric Shop quality at lower than usual "., :. scooped sheath with soft '

: prices McLEOD FURNI- cummerbund takes charming cover
see ,
CANTEY MOTOR CO. every Tuesday. under the brief and buttoned ems
TURE CO., Greenville, Fla.Smith's *
jacket. A knockout In,Galey and x

Lords woven gingham, plqld. t= i 1
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Drug Store Sale On .- .4' : ",-" ,Rust, blue or green predominates. -

I .4. ,' .. 1 ".'u..4-' /r 5 to 15. _. .,... -

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motors.'.JHO.WERTON SUPPLY:
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Brjgg! -
: : : Miss Barbara Wooten became the Prices > Sales
''. .. .s.' for the ,1961 corn crop and Service.Mr .
bride of Airman 1/C William ,
f will be supported at a minimum .of
: \ Richard Hudson in a ceremony per- $1.27' per bushel in Florida, John and Mrs Sam
Cooper, former
;: : : ,,:, formed Sunday afternoon, June: 25, Cone, ,Chairman Madison County Madisonians, are spending a few
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at 3 o'clock in the ,Coleman Methodist -
Con-
Agricultural Stabilization and
k. days here with Mr and Mrs Lonnie
"," J]. !:...:.r .
t ( '" 4 t tl' Church Coleman, Fla. ,
,.. ...' ... '..,..'P.,. i, servation Committee, has announced: Davis, and. other friends on their
Mr and Mrs James H Colemanof
: This with final rate of
compares a way to their'home in Sebring froma
I .. : Coleman are the bride's parents, $1.13? per bushel in effect ,for 1960- visit to the North Carolina moun-
: : ; and :Mr and Mrs William I Hudson,
: '-.1 c. h. crop corn. tains. Sam said, be could not go
i Hialeah, are 'parents of the bride- .
home
r,,,A I without coming by to see his
+ A groom. Duval County 4-H boys are eam '- old friends, though several of them
.
: The bride is the granddaughter of
ing' at Cherry Lake this week. have passed away in recent months.
Mrs J B, Wooten and the daughter
-i ;;. Tussy Dorothy Cray ,. the late Bink Wooten of Madison., .
Stratton Parts &
Briggs
. --- t Palms, baskets. of white flowers, Summer Clearance SaleOn
I and lighted tapers burning in
_1 tf cathedral candelabra were used to ServiceMcWILLIAMS Sandals and Other Items


i :,,; i' Li ps,tiC c k S Summer Cologne 4;': <' enhance vows the solemnized setting) for by:the the Rev exchangeof JohnG GARAGE The May Shop, Madison

Olive. Music was by Mrs Margaret
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,sWEET .
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1 ti: reg $1.50, NOW 50c < 4::' Stafford at the organ ,and -

WHITE LILAC :, Mrs Paul McCormick,' who sang. r. .

Deodorant JUNE BANQUET .-;.: .. Given in marriage by her -father, Rose Bootery's :
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the bride chose a waltz length '
$1.00 NOW 50c '. FLORAL FANTASY .'" gown of embroidered. silk organza "" '
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.. JASMINE BOUQUET .'d' over taffeta. The fitted basque V GOOD OLD FASHIONED, ;;' .
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Bod L otion :t r waist which came to a point in the .- .
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y $2.0,0 Size $1.00 I
front featured a scooped neckline I : r

"' $2.00, NOW $1.00 with nylon illusion yoke and. .. DOLLAR DAYS-' :. .

short sleeves, and was fastened, in <*

.. /I..t' back with tiny self-covered buttons.

The very full skirt, with deep hem. A:Smashing Selection of Spring and,Summer

s .' was attached to the waist 'with tiny.. .' ; .
r 7" ;' Ts .

DEODORANT gathers.. Her elbow length veil of illusionwas V, ]Dress)

$1.50 NOW $1.00 attached to a small queen's S : "
:> Cologne Y crown of seed pearls and she carrieda
SHAMPOO :" white Bible with an arrangementof

:, 'SAFARI. $1.50 NOW $1.00 ." white cymbidium orchids centered : SHOES

::/,:' CONTRABAND Orange Flower Skin with a white orchid and garlands
v of stephanotis in the shapeof
FRESHENER :'
'.'. OVATION '
a cross. Her only jewelry was a
$3.50 NOW $1.75 Reduced to
'- t': : FLABING0 .. cultured pearl drop, a gift of the .

j a $2.00 Size $1.0\ TEXTURE LOTION sour
; groom. ;
:
J.i:.: ,t .' a $3,50 NOW $1.75 3i .- honor.,Miss Gloria Vernon was maid 'of\. $8 99 ; .

: Miss Mary Ruth Coleman sisterof .

,, ,:;: the bride, was Junior bridesmaid.Best famous names .
f In Whites Bones ,original prices to $16.95 ,
.. man was Steve Hudson, 9 Q
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>P5i** !, Hialeah. brother of the groom and Blue/whites $ Brown/ .

/ ushers were David Hudson, Hialeah, VS n _es"CASUAlS

4L. also a brother of the groom, and' : .,e Pastels - :.: ."..-., '... ,VS.V _' : .

J Steve Childers. High Slim heels Assorted colors and styles In .
.. Following the wedding ceremony, Mid Slender heels, -r .' broken> sizes Reg to m ',
a reception was held in the church Hid Stacked Leather beelsONE '
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theme
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t} ..<. \.' .' < .)f-!i t ;, green and orchid was tarried out GROUP .ft. S5o; ,1) 55 99 ". '

'" I In decorations for the refreshment STRAW .BAGS4 r :!> ... Ao_ -I i
S1ih 5f table with bouquets. of: white gilds :
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,p' MADISON FLORIDA '. groom and wedding bells centered ,, 1cte; '
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white clothe ,-j.t: ..: l .1 .:'I.t '- .
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/ The young couple, left> for a wedding BILL THE BANK PARK 'N, SHOP
trip to Miami Beach. The : .
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bride wore a two-piece: navy. blije "' ''tll#1-$ East.'College!c' "'" "..Ajf5,"., ,,"r ....... Tallahassee. ,.,:klorida

suit for traveling, white accessories : LLAHAssEfs MOST FASHIONABLE SHOE SALON"
and the orchid from her bouquet: 'I.IA.10 .

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names of Christ's Twelve .. \ .
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are given several s
times In the New Testament, but ,
never twice quite the same list. '"

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which turns up on all the lists, ,yjr.o'R"i

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i the man's name M.M. : } : ; :S.N. + 4 ''y :.x : : : ,}
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himself Knowing Jesus made .
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he had to have a new name to go
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The Man Nobody Loved

Nobody loves a bureaucrat
though the civilized world _has
never been able to get along

without them.,They are the people
who run the machinery and do
the paper-work of government. If

you sometimes think your state /'.
or national capital Is .in a mess
take out all the bureaucrats and N iY
then see how much worse the
mess Is. Back in Levi-Matthew's .. f :
day in the Roman Empire one. :. .. : s THE CHURCH FOR ALL ,

class- of bureaucrats*',wertrunl- ;:L Jtofjlt- Y',I' -."I -.- :. .. 11-....,4.- t. ... .4 .'. ........ 1- .".- ._.. -4. -ft ;. ,. *.JV ..' y/*: ""? ALL FOR THE CHURCH
versally hated:,the tax-collectors. 4. .. \ ,, r '
Remember .t' -:t The Church the greatest factor on earth fpr
Palestine was a con
tjuered 'country, Rome held it Do you count tie- ndles'on. y Ur birthday cake? Why bother? .On7a: t building of character and good citizenship*

down with an army of occupa*. It is a storehouse of spiritual. value "Without &;
tlon. The tax-collectors' were; you're past sweet sixteen, it doesn't matter how many candles :you're eji* strong Church, neither democracy civilization i

forking for Rome and so were; titled to. What counts is what you're doing with those _
hated 'even more than native: years. ,can survive There .are four sound reasons. Why: ..

Romans were if possible. The .1 every person should attend services regularly and ,

'. were not only unpatrloHc they The years that are past Have burned themselves out.. Perhaps,_ they support the Church. They are: OX For his

were usually dishonest. There be-but if like own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For. -
were no fixed tax rates; whatever have been all you've wanted them to you're most ofus, _
,the collector could take over and could have made' th'l.ttl better the sake l of his community and nation. (4) For
maybe e i
.. above a certain amount, he could you j the sake of the Church itself which needs his

%.eep for himself. Only the chief moral and material support. Plan to go to

Matthew collectors was got not rich;a and"chief Levi-col- One of God's greatest I too_ church regHlgrly and. r.cd JQUJ B2k? dfart

( I lector. His office late (r -
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|!by the city gate. Wherever it was,

anybody carrying anything, or Birthdays remind us of the passing of time, of a new l life. Celebrateyour Sunday Ecclesiastea 11 1-6

:leading a mule or camel carrying birthday 'by giving. Give something of yourself by going to Monday Psalms 27 4 1 fi a
a load had to stop and pay your Tuesday Romans *, 8 1-8
up before going on his way. church and in activities those that others.
taking part especially help Wednesday Romans 8 9-18

Man Of DecisionIt Next .year the added candle on your- cake will burn with a special bright' Thursday Psalms 34 12-19

has always been a puzzle: or Friday"Saturday PhilippiansLufce 3 12-16

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all at once? He just stood ." .- .
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table and the money-bag and the -t".j -.",.. -..... -.,. .... :: ..

soldier right there by, the ,road. ;; -- J'O-
He did not stop to balance his
books, he did not write a letterof
resignation, he did not take
time to think. He just got up and .
went with Jesus, "when Jesus f :.. :.. ... .. .. .. .:: .:.ir.i.
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Sporting Goodsat Pacts About New
from a month's visit in New Navy and is employed by Sperry
York City with her nephew Dr Electronics of Gainesville. The ATIENTION! :,
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Stock Car Races I Henry Messer. I Farm Folks Wootens moved to Madison County

Bryan Electric Co.Mr from Gainesville two year-!ago. this BEFORE YOU BUY
Hamrick
ENTERTAIN AT DANCE Rudy County Agent coming October.
-- New residents are,'moving into The Wootens attend the First
MID SEASON and Mrs R M Scruggs and Madison County all along and many Baptist Church, are members of ANY APPLIANCECheck

Mary Helen Karstedt, Tommy Betty and John Brittan of Winter of them are coming to the Countyall the. Madison County Farm Bureau, withWESTERN

Bishop and Cary Hardee entertainedat Park were guests of Mrs J D along and many of them are. American Dairy Association. Geor-

a party Friday evening Attendedby :: Scruggs over the weekend. ,coming to the County as fanners, gia-Florida Breeders' Associationand AUTOWE
Championship sixteen of their friends. The or rural residents. the Elks Club. ,

front porch of the Karstedt home WMAF SCHEDULEWEEK Through the interest of the Enterprise Madison Stock Farms acreage is SERVICE ATHAT WE SELL

where dancing was enjoyed throughout : Recorder and Radio Station -divided by the Quitman Highwayand BUY HERE-PAY HERE

THUNDERBOWL the evening, was gaily deco- DAYS ; WMAF, some facts' about new' ,the Wootens reside in the new I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
I rated with crepe paper streamers.Mrs 6:00 SIGN ON term folks in Madison County will house on the East side. OR YOUR MONEY BACK

SPEEDWAY : Griffin Bishop assisted Mrs 6:01 GOOD NEWS be in the local paper and on the Mr Wooten's primary responsi-

Carl Karstedt in serving melon 6:15 6:10 FLORIDA WORLD &FARM. STATE HOUR NEWS local radio station each Friday for' bility Is growing feed for the 228 WESTERN\

balls, ginger ale floats and cookiesto 6:40 RUDY HAMRICK, COUNTY- several weeks. The E-R will attemptto dairy cows and calves on the farm. AUTOi. :

the guests., AGENT (MON., WED., FRIDAY have,_these series of articles in I The operators also rent land near- STORE 'i.
:50 LAP ) the same general area of the news-: by.: There are two large, trench '

COUNTER TOPS .' 6:50VORLD NEWS paper and the radio programs will i silos to provide silage through the Phone HU 3.2385 Mad ton

I APPLIANCES 6:55 STATE NEWS be part of the regular rural repot,' winter and other periods when
':00 COFFEE TIME "Madison County Farm Talks". green grazing is scarce. Over 200
: Feature Race KITCHEN 7:25 MORNING SPORTS'SHOW '
CABINETS These of operation is devoted to milk
reports are given each Monday -acres corn is grown for silage production
7:32 COFFEE TIME
Wednesday and Friday at and the cattle consumed two thousand and providing plenty of
IIlO.iMowfJV 7:40 REPORT FROM
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I Saturday NightJuly \ SEE (TUES3 THROUGHSAT. 6:40: A M. $ tons' of silage this year. Permanent good feed,$ an the year, is a big
--: t .) Let's look this week at the family pastures, bahia and Coastal Job. P'Since ::

7:45 WORLD NEWS of JOHNNY and OLETA WOOT-.. Bermuda, consume 100 acres of purchasing the farm, the
15th 8:00 P. :M.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 7:50 STATE NEWS EN, Rt 3 Box 195, Madison, part the farm and temporary grazing owners have been busy building

Time Trials 7:00 P. M. MAKE' APPLICATION, FOR 7:55 WEATHER NEWS, owners of the Madison Stock Farms, crops of peas and millet in summer, fence, a new home, cattle shelters,
FINAL DISCHARGE 800 COFFEE TIME Inc.' The Madison Stock Farms is rye and other grains in the winter, a trench silo and otherwise Improving -

Fireworks Display 9:15 9:00: SWEET MORNING MUSIC DEVOTIONS TIME ,.. located on the Quitman Hwy, about I are planted each season for the the. property. The Wootens
five miles North of :Madison. This cattle. About 200 acres of millet is say they like Madison County and
Florida StatutesIn 9:30 MARY BLAINE TIME '
dairy type farm formerly being grazed now. their farm much.
Court of the County Judge, 945 MUSICAL INTERLUDE was '. very
Admission $1.75 Madison County State of Florida 10:00 MUSIC UNLIMITED owned by K D Hitchcock, now There is a three acre tobacco Next week the other owner of

to re the Estate of Willie Cason, 11:15 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO living in Madison. allotment, being grown this year by the Madison Stock Farms, the W A
Children Under 12 .50 Deceased In Probate.TO GRAM NEIL, 23 year old son. has re. Phillip Smith. The entireI farming Shireys.
: ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. 11:30 RECORD SESSION -
Located northwest of Valdosta on CERN: 11: (SOCIAL SECURITY PRO- \

Shiloh Road Notice is hereby given that GRAM TUESDAY) 4i.tki '
Nettie Cason filed her final reportas 11:50 STORK CLUB' (MONDAY h.t: ;',
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Cason, deceased; that she filed hex 11:55 YOUR FLORIDA GARDEN tir i 5Aq .' ..
petition for final discharge and that 12:00: WORLD NEWS ,Sti; ;'f" '
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OAKHILLNEWS she will apply to the Honorable CurtisD .12:15 NOONTIME NOTES .: ,,
: Earp. County Judge of Madison 12:30 TALK OF THE TOWN' -- i BEE U-llFULSAVINGSTltAT

.r County, Florida, on the 28th day of 12:40 FARM NEWS ARE BEE-YOND
July, 1961, for approval of same 12:45 STATE NEWS -S-S- ..
Mr J L Davis returned home 12:50 1America's/ ; >.
and for final discharge as PUBLIC SERVICE .PRO-- BEE-LIEF! : ,
Thursday, after spending several Executrix of the estate of Willie GRAM .
days inVest Florida. He attendedthe Cason, deceased, on this 28th day 12:55 WEATHER NEWS '
Davis family reunion held last of June 1961.NETTIE 1:00 HILLBILLY HIT PARADE
CASON, Executrix of. (FROM THE PASTOR'S savingest .
week-end and visited his brother, I .,
the estate of Willie Cason. deceased. STUDY, WEDNESDAY)
Jess Davis, and family.; 2:00 GOSPEL- TIM hA 141q compact. at our ::
Mr and Mrs John Ambrose of S ." "
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PROGRAM new low pricel
Micanopy, Mr Harry Platt of Clear- Beach Cottage for .:
water and Mr and Mrs Les Terry 2:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE ,;
spent the weekend with Mr and Fernahdina 3:00 AFTERNOON MELODIES ,Or
rent at
:Mrs Lon Terry. Mr and Mrs Les- 3:40 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO-
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Terry will be here until the middleof GRAM ,t ,
Beach the week. 4:00 RECORD REQUEST
by '
the week. Mr Lon Terry statedit 5:45 SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS .

was breakfast a real with pleasure a table to sit full downto of contact A H SMITH at 5:55 REPORT HASSEE FROM( MONDAY TALLA-

people and eat good hot biscuits THROUGH FRIDAY)

along with grits and eggs as wellas City Hall. 42tfchthem 6:00VORLD NEWS .
coffee. 6:15 TWILIGHT TUNES

Miss Helen Crafton returned to 6:59 SIGN OFF

Gainesville Sunday after spending to Jacksonville to spend two FIVE MINUTE NEWSCAST BEFORE -
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HEADLINESVEATHER ON .
and Mrs R L Crafton. While here The Mt Horeb cemetery clean. HALF HOUR. ""' .. .'':,4,
she enjoyed the watermelon sales, ings was held July 8 with good at- SUNDAY SCHEDULE '
going fishing at the river and gulf tendance. The work was completedby 7:29 SIGN ON :
and picnicking. eleven o'clock and some old 7:30 TRAVELING. STARS
Mrs R L Crafton is spending this time visiting was a bonus feature.Mr 7:55 NEWS td Dealers Swaig Bee.-:
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week at H D Short Course and and Mrs R L Crafton and GOSPEL HYMN TIME
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Council meeting at Gainesville.The daughter Helen. Mrs Cecil Craftonand OF BLESSING
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former Doris Taylor and her Celia and Miss Frances Sexton
family spent the 4th with Mr and attended the wedding of Miss Mary 8:50 STATE NEWS AND WEATHER- are bustin' out all over lowest.priced. compact it's

c L Gaston. Anne Pennington and Mr Walter 8:55 MORNING gigantic SWAPPING yours now at our very special low
Mrs SPORTS SHOW SUffilBargains '
trimming prices on SWAPPING BEE price. Make a
Blair is spending three McMartin in the Chapel of Strick 9:00 JIMMY STROUD
Miss Betty r;
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Mr and land Memorial Methodist church 9:15 MORMON CHOIR r ,
weeks with "her parents sweetening trade-in allowances, up to a full'summer of driving 4!
Mrs Edgar Blair. Wednesday, July 5, at 5 o'clock. A ,10:00 9:30 LIGHT NEWS & LIFE HOUR "' ''liel' too. Take the exciting Falcon turf in a new 1961 Ford !

Mrs: Bob Smith and daughter reception was held afterwards in 10:05 SONGS OF FAITH Tudor above. Already America's, or Falcon. -.

Robin of Peekskill, N Y, are spending the home of her parents. Mr and 10:32 MEDITATION FOR SUN- c *Baud M a comparison of manufacturer iddass ?tugftited retail delivered price ;:
some time with her parents, Mr Mrs H L Pennington Sr, 1601 Gar- DAY rim+nJ wAits tUetoall Urn.optional LgU extra eat MULT. "
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OUR HIVE IS BUZZIN.'WITH BEE-U-TIFUL BARGAINS AT OUR FORD DEALERS' SWAPPING BEEt
Children spent several days recently Mr Harry Medley and Miss Maud 12:00 WORLD NEWS '" do!
with relatives here. Eskridge of Tampa spent the week 12:15 NOONTIME NOTES

Jrtr and Mrs Lee Marshall spenta with Mr and Mrs Don GregoL 12:55 12:30 NEWS GOSPEL CONCERT HALL HARDEE MOTOR CO..i.iF '

short while with Mr and Mrs J ..While here they. were married by 1:00 PROTESTANT HOUR ,;>-- 4

'L Davis Thursday. Judge Curtis Earp Wednesday 1:30 HOUR OF DECISION '." -,. '?;
Mr and Mrs J E Brantley spent They also visited friends in Talla 2:05 THE SUNDAY DRIVER CORNER BASE & HANCOCK STREETS ,MADISON, FLORIDA it
the weekend, with Mrs Lillie Sex. hassee. They will make their homeon 510. EVENTIDE ,.. A,
ton- Mark: Sexton returned with Ohio St, Tamp a. .,- .' 3:29: SIGN OFF SS&, '; If You're Interested .., Used Car or Truck--B. Sure to.*. Your Ford Dea.er1 :=:

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rni. Loans in Process ;.139.423.87:
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Federal Rome Loan Bank Stock. f : :
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-t. Vice President First FEDERALSAVNGS
i Joe H. Holmes :
J. L. Newbern, Jr Exec. Vice President TreaSurer ,
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Loan Association .t.t
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.. Jayne M. Huckaby _. ontroner 4.* 5
,. Christie L. Patterson. .

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THE WEST MADISON' CHERRY LAKE"BAPTIST LEE METHODIST CIRCUIT j L. D. 8. SERVICE PLANTING PERMANENT .; Plant the sprigs as deeply' as possible -

CHARGE CHURCH Lee and Hickory Grove Churches CHURCH. OF JESUS' CHRIST OF PASTURE but be sure that tips are de
METHODIST .
REV. L.. E. DENSLOW. Pastor LATTER DAY SAINTS i posed. You can plant with a disk
Preaching,.Servicea every: Sunday
Morning Service 11:00 A. Is!. Morning AT lEE Sunday School ___ 10:00 a. m. harrow or special planters. Pack
Worship Sacrament Meeting. 11:00 a. m. 'Planting an improved, permanent the soil with a cultipacker after
fcEV.. C. B. DAVIS, Pastor Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 1st and 3rd Sundays,..11:00 a. In-
Relief :Society and Priesthood time pasture is a little like building a planting. .
CHERRY LAKE CHURCH Sunday School every Sunday at 2nd and 4th ;
Sundays 9'90 a. m.
and place 'as announced at Sacrament house or fighting a battle," says Hamrick
FIRST rAND. THIRD SUNDAYS 10:00 A., M. Evening Service For the fourth point,

Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. 1st and 3rd Sundays 8:00 p. m. Meeting. County Agent Rudy Hamrick. "In ';recommends that you delay grazingthe
Prayer Meeting' every Wednesday 4LL SERVICES AT AMERICAN either case, it pays to plan carefully for
:Worship Service 7:30 P. M. Sunday School newly planted pasture : a
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS at 8:00 P. M.Brotherhood. Every Sunday 10:00. a jn R. LEGION, HALLE before you start." _' while, until the new sprigs can be-
CARRYL. Branch Pres.TUDGE
first Thursday eVer) Dr Gordon of the
Flori-
__ 10:00 A. M. Youth Fellowship Killinger I come established. The young plants
Sunday School R<. DAD, CHERRY: LAKE -
month at 7:30 P. :M. .
Worship Service ____ 11SO A. M. Welcome. Every Sunday _-.7:00 p. m.: da ,Agricultural Experiment Sta- need time to start growing and de-
Everybody BOBBY WILLIAMS.Church .. .
tions points out that this is
I even
before First velop an extensive root system.
Family Night, Friday
School'Superintendent SEVENTH-DAY: ADVENTISTCHURCH %
Sunday each month at _7:30.P. M. WELCOME TONEW AT HICKORY GROVE more important planting pastures Fifth, if weeds grow up before
established like
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Thomas Surles, Church School Supt. HOME BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship; Services every Saturday at Madison gola. the grass, use a mowing machineor

Come Worship With Us 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:30 a. m. American Legion Hall chemicals to eliminate this costly
ROCKY SPRINGS CHURCH Sabbath School 2 grass pastures. -
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Srening Service begins p. m. competition.'
FIRST AND THIRD. SUNDAYS 2nd and 4th Sundays 8:00 p. m. Church Service at 3 p. m. Six points will help you den
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11:00 A. M. to
Morning Worship Finally, Hamrick be sure
Sunday School ....___ 10:00 A. M. Baptist Training Union- 6:30 P. :M. Sunday School E. C. WILLIS, S. S. Supt. better. Job of pasture establishment:\add the says be-

Worship Service _11:00 A. M. Evening Worship_, 7:30 P. M. Every Sunday -, 10-40() a. m HAROLD YAFES, Pastor Tele- First: be sure you have, a nitrogen as new pasture
'SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. :Youth Fellowship phone HU 3-6517. source of strong, live planting ma comes established to keep it growing -

:Worship Service _- 9:30 A. M. Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30. P. :M. I Every Sunday 7:00 p. m. Everyone Welcome!. terial. The best way to do this. is rapidly. After about two months

P Sunday School 10:30 A. M. Philip Howell S. S. Supt. Mid-Week Prayer Service to plant your own small increase apply 100 pounds of ammonium

Family Night Friday after Second Marvin Bass B. T. U. Director Every Wednesday .-. 8:30 .p. m. HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH ,nursery. Of course, you would have nitrate or 200 pounds of sodium

Sunday each month at 7:00 P. M. REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS. Pastor JULIAN ANDREWS Sunday School 10:00 A. M to do this about a year before you nitrate.
Church School Superintendent
P. K. Rowell, Church School Supt. Morning Worship .11-00 'A. M. plan to use the sprigs.In : Remember, rapid establishmentof
WELCOME TO Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M.:
Duval, Charge Lay Leader planting such a nursery, your new pastures means quicker
Claude
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST Evening Worship, 7:30 P. Y.. select the most favorable site, but dollar returns from grazing them.
Sunday School ___ 10:00 A. !wI. CHURCH Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M.
SHILOH CHURCH avoid old land where
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M Pastor ---_- -__ Rev. Jack Lamb Youth Service 3 P. ?Wednesday.. crop weedsare Technical assistance ki pasture
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Training Union __ 6:30 P. M Chairman of Deacons Mr S R Sapp V. L. SlfJGLETARY, S. S. Supt.J. a problem. One acre of nurserycan planting can be obtained from

Worship Service __ 930 A. M. Evening Worship 7:38 P. M. rrainng Union I X WYNN, B. T. U. Director plant 100 ,acres.of pasture if your SCS Tecnician, Vo Ag Teacher

Sunday School _- 10:30 A. M Prayer Meeting ___ 7:30 P. 1\1.1 DirectorSidney :MoonS. REV. W G DeSHAZO, Pastor you plant at two or three different or County Agent.Plague4 .

SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Church Business Meeting First I S. Supt Mrs S R Sapp dates. Fertilize your,nursery liberally

Sunday School ......---.:- 10:00.A., M. Wednesday night. of each menth. training Union Associate JEHOVAH WITNESSES" but don't use too much nitrogen.

Worship Service _...--- 7:30 P. :Is!. Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second Director ...._...._....... Leroy Cruce 118 N. Orange St. Phone HU 3-6355 Second, lime and fertilize the new And

Family Night, Friday after First Thursday night of each Tnonth. Song Leader Miss Merle Bass MEETINGS: pasture area properly at planting: I Day

Sunday each month _at 7:30 P. M. Preaching services every Sunday Pianist Mrs Juanita Cruce Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Most virgin soils will need at least
Come Worship With Us. Sunday School .. 10:00 a. ra. Service Meeting: 7:30 P. M. NightwithBIadderDiscomfort
1 Friday
Brooks, Church SchooAViley a ton limestone for l
grass
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AeSupt. REV. DOZIER SAPP Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Ministry School: Friday 8:30 P. M.
I tu3s-more for grass-clover pastures -
Praising Union .....w._Jt 6:30 p. m. Watcntower Bible Study
Church Lay Leader I : Hamrick says. A soil. test ?
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Blair i Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday 7:30 F. M.
MADISON Mid Week Prayer 7:30 p. m. Wed. Kingdom Seekers Welcome. will _help you decide how much to Ua... eating er drlakia may .. a
701 South Range '
of but saaoyisr bladder'trritatiomasaking
Sunday"Bible Study 10:00 A. M.Lord's Just as I am without one plea. Jesus i No Collection Taken. use.Use you fed rattan.
says come and worship regardless a complete fertilizer like tare,-.cI VDCOmiorUble. And U ,..
OF GODMonday"
MADISON CHURCH Supper'and I lea..fjbts. vitb analog bcckftdMkctt s
School 10:00 A. M. Edification _...._....... 11:00 A. M. of the goodness of your clothes. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 8-8-8, at 300 to 600 pounds per Acb. or nsvcvlur. aches and, \iQaaJ PAMV
strain
Come be with us in The Lord's due to over eeTuoa ore
Youth Service Wednesday 8:00p.m. Sunday Evening Service 730 P. M. acre for grass pastures your Qed, are ftiUnr to your ml ery-doo't
House. Preachte& every SundayS '. .
wait-try D ** PiJU.Deaa'i
Worship 7:30 p. m- Wednesday Evening county agent can help: you decide
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9vening -- School PI& *et I wino for speedy
Morning 'Vorshlp.- HKH a. m. Services ,_.. .,.,,_----,. 7:30 P. M. NEW HOPEFUL 10:00 A M. Just how much fertilizer to use. rtiic I-Tb y bar a aootbimr effect
Morning Wcrship i_ 11: ))0 A. M. oa tUdfar irrkaUoM. t-A fut P torefifriior -
R, M LONG Pastor V MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH -
REV For grass-clover : pasturesuse a idles on MJTCUIK MCXSCMW
Sunday Evening. BTU r.ro P M. 1Iea4u., Braml nets aDd ****
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Services first _and third .; r *
every Evening: Service :...._ 7:30'P'Morri.yer minimum of 600 ;pbonds JKT = (acre S-A woaderfttLy mod diorctte action
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH REV. I,-T. CARTER Pastor Sundays at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. ; soils. torn the Udatrys.todiax to tacmM the
Again
0-12-12 most ,
Meeting'WedJt4Aday of on a eatpot .rf tM :miles cf kidney aa...

GREENVILLE.School FLA.10:00 A. M. Sunday Services.every School Sunday_ 10:00 A.M.: Sunday m. School every Sunday 10:00a. Evening _.,...........__ /OQ- .p. U I: soD test will'help. Some .soils will "weJ0J0e4 So. get tfa* ..for... ha over m CO$reliel yeuc.m9ioa Hew.Urro .

MorningWorship Sunday 11:00, A. M. Morning Worship ,_.... ,1100A. M. PrarTraining. _MeeUng, ..WedM7jQO*p p03 I W B SEAL f S S Sipcrintend' "need applications of minor' elements.* DoeA'e s ecoooaiy Pub today abs I urea 'noaey."' .Get- *. .41
p ptist Training(Course 6:45 P. M. Training Union Jl-=1' '-7:00': p M. Union. every Sunday 7:00p ; J ,A: TOUlTCRUCE7; Training"UnionDirector. i: Third mike your planting bye I

Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Evening Worship 8:00 P. 14.Prayer m:. sprigging in most soil "during DOAtlS Pius

.,Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. Meeting Wed. 7.:30 P. M REV. W. T. RYCROFT Pasto r ERNEST GURR. MinisterS ,period- when it rains frequently.


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NOTICE OF ,ELECTION ;:

L"umber 4
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Regular election of 'one member
a..tIu). : : : i of the City Commission-jot the City
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and BUILDING SUPPLIES I of Madison, Florida< ,';will-be, held.last
City Hall, Madison, Florida Tuesday '
-- SELMAN, Madison, 'do July 25, 1961..-. *
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you read the FI.sb '8'0Wndai? tration ['of' voters will be open at
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<" : :; "CC! ftIUAWiQ i Mi: must be signed by twenty-five ae;
more electees: each and must bQ'
; _.roa-TNtWMKKH.YfiTNRUli filed with the City Clerk not later-
IF INTERESTED IN AN OWNERCOMPLETEDHOME. : .. .4. than 4SO p. m. July 10. 1961. W4'
<.. J I,1"ia_ for... ... ..WIoIa "" .... ...... acceptances of candidacy must lie-

SEE HOWARD STUDSTILL LUMBER COMPANY '. :; :filed 'with the City Clerk by candidates
l MON .1NED' 7HU ( FlU S not later than noon July 13.:

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WE WILL FURNISH BATHROOM FIXTURESAWAII: : J- rail L' L nated.Allen Judith Jr.Martelle Case dismissed Allen vs upon Tom re-W.


BOCK, HOT WATER HEATER, AND LIGHT ,. quest of Acceptance plaintiff and Corporation defendantDixie ,

FOR SMALL EXTRA MONTHLY PAYMENT. :. __. plaintiff vs F B King individually
Z and as guardian, and C J Miller
; defendants. Court finds for plaintiff
; Lumber l Com-pan and if sum not paid, propertyto
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it. ; be sold July 17th.CELEBRATES .

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7 BIRTHDAY _- \
ioN ll.HU. 3-6106 N t'

I Sawimie Harris of Rockville, Connecticut
NEW BOARD MEMBERS who is spending the summez-
Gramlmgs Hold Annual with his grandparents, Mr and
HITCHCOCK Mrs Sam Breeden celebrated his
REFRIGERATION Reunion Governor Bryant last Friday appointed 9th birthday with a dinner party
.: .... -.. SERVICE Orangeburg K W Waldrep, Wade Jones, at the Hotel Madison Restaurant.
: Madison, Florida L R Woodard and Pat Cantey as Fourteen young guests enjoyed the

b. :._ ', PHONE HU 3-6339 Orangeburg", S C Hundreds of members o=f the Madison County occasion with Win. SammIe received .
Development Authority. They sue- many nice gifts. After dinner
if n answer, Call I jGranrrfings from South Carolina and teed Robert Milner, A L LeggettJr the guests attended a movie at
PACING I HU 3-2568 other southern states gathered at James Hardee and T F Livingston. Woodard Theatre. .
CAPIZOLPLAZA the local high school cafetorium .

I Urg firtproof hotel{ wrroumfai ..r-. __ f Sunday for their annual reunion. -.r.- ---. -, --- -- -. -",-. .-.. -- .
by parts-.'near -eflslghtweing GREENVILLE WATER UNIT This family, one of the south's '
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.i d Union Stn JOB BEGINS largest and most widely scattered, Georgia We Have a Full Line of

tioa. Gar.9. oa% premise held their first .reunion in the summer -
CoffiM T *- PLATE GLASS Dwoskin
Siop
M.convnfion fa4T'dr.s..SO -of' 1922. It was interesting to ? .
July 6-Construction note that 22 Gramlings who were -
ti.J HG+1 hti was begun today on a concrete present Sunday, had also attended I COllpany

f paclouj.guest rooms; maihconditroned block building which will house the first gathering 39.years ago GLASS *


hypochlorinating equipment for the and had a perfect record of attendance : GLASS BLOCK *
f If desredI water system for the town of Green- TALBOT PAINT &
for the succeeding re- I MIRRORS '
viHe.The unions. WALLPAPER
constriction and installationis
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Castle ParkVALDOSTA
the G'st in a $30,000 threestepplan The program this year was in- .
I 0 1t 215 W. Savannah Ave.' GA.
to' improve 'the water which'is formals; 'There was a memorial for II
t discolored by large amounts of iron.; deceased members and a recognitionof Phone CHERRY 2-5285 -II[ ....
The Town Council last year in births and marriages since the Valdosta Georgia '! :
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an effort to solve the pcoblem last reunion. .
1 retained the firm of DavidB? Smith,
Mrs Nannie Gramling Earley was
engineer, to conduct an. investigation. -recognized as the oldest living member -
He was assisted by F W Gil-
of the family present and
creas, processor of sanitary science In Valdosta
Pretty North Florida Junier C each at The Enterprise-Recordei r at the University of Florida. Elizabeth Ann Dukes,. six monthsold

lege colored Dioture post cards l-I|office. If the first step does not clear daughter, of Mr and. bias Pete '
the water, the council plans to continue Dukes as the youngest member
with the second step in about present: E Raymond Dantzler and
two years at an additional cost of family, from Winter Haven,- Florida
STUMP BROS. $10,000. This is the earliest date traveled the greatest distance. The Place ToCastle Shop Is

possible for taking on added -financial The entire program- was tare ;
costs without raising new
S corded and this will be made availa-
Cash and Corny revenue, a council spokesman said. '
ble to members who unableto
were
If the third step is necessary, it
attend. Again this year Chas Old
306 SOUTH PATTERSON GA. & FLA. DEPOT BLDG will have to be taken as finances Park-
Columbia ,
permit,_ city officials said. Photographer made a ;
VALDOSTA
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using the same camera which recorded
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Sheetrock 4 x 8 x 3/8,
U5 the first in 1922.
sheet .. ... .. .. :.. .. $ gathering ,
S Lawn Mowers At the business session the :following .
The Modern
215 Ib. Roofing shingles, officers were re-elected: Shopping Center

S sq: .. . .. .. .. .. . 5.75 any size easy terms availableSee Andrew C Gramling, Sr General
Us for, Your Needs Chairman; Virginia Jervey Graml-
2-0 6-8 x 1-3/8" Mahogany ..'
x 4 75 ing and Roger W Gramling Vice- .;
Flush Door; ea. .. .. . J B DAVIS, fee. Chairman; Thurslon B Gramling Free Parking

Plywood] x 8 x 1/4" Int., Treasurer. Florrie Belle GramKng ;

sheet .. .. .. . . .. 2.88 Smoak was named an additional
ViceChairman.The .
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1 Plywood-4 x 8 x 3/4" Int BREAKS HIP assemblage voted to hold .. .
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sheet ?. . . :. 6.90 I! -. the 1962 reunion at the same location Visit These Friendly Stores I i

Full Thick Insulation,_ Mrs B D Ouzte feM last Wednes- on the second Sunday in
per M 54.00 day night and booke her right hip June. The meeting next year will
at the home of her daughter, Mrs probably start with a picnic atone- CASTLE PARK VARIETY STOREZANT'S r
10 lb. & 15 lb. Felt
ctI 95 Rosa Lamb at Lee. She is a patientat o'clock :followed by a short business _
per roll . the Madison County Hospital.' session. .
Mr and Mrs Wallace L dark her The Mid-west branch of the Gram- .
l
Celotex Sheeting 4 x 8 x 1/2", CHILDREN'S SHOP'-
M 56.00 son-in-law and daughter from Live ling family held their annual reunion -
per Oak, visited
Mrs Ouzts Friday at on June 4th, at Waterloo,
Prefinished Birch Plywood, the hospital.Mr Indiana. The Florida group meetsat
10.40 : Clark was formerly an em-
sheet ployee of the Enterprise-Recorder: Shiloh :Methodist Church, at : CASTLE PARK PHARMACY
Prefinished Mahogany. Plywood, dropped by enroute home to'say Madison, Florida in the Fall of T1 : :
5 60" hello to the E-R -force.HAMBURGERS 1961. -
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Exterior House Paint, Mrs A G Paul Jr of Lake City CASTLE PARK BARBER SHOP ,
3 50 A-PLENTY ,;and Mrs R S Williams HI and
.. gallon .. .-.: son -ft#
A T WHITE-TOP DRIVE-IN. Ben of Ocala were guests of Mrs "
Interior Latex Paint A E Fralefgb. and Mrs
J G Ashley
gallon .. ..' '" 2.65 ALSO REGULAR DINNERS last week. Mrs Williams and baby ,TALBOTT PAINT & WALLPAPER CO:::: : -
AND STEAKS. also visited Mrs R Williams Jr. J.
Asphalt Floor Tile, -
PC. ..:..-. ; .09 _We sell Plasti-Takr sticks to ever7.thIng .
and never dries out. We selJ LaRUE'SPATTERSONJONES .'ai}

Vinyl Asbestos Floor Tile, I staples erasers tape, and school .: : ?

PC. 12 NEW BOTTLiNG CO. supplies. Pencils staple kits, and .," S : .
too. We
sell
glitter brushes envelopes ,

Lighting Fixtures & Electrics Supplies at same low11dell .c,.... except, and boHta ink.tickets In fact and, everything money. SHOES

s Oraeet TOMMY MERCHANT,

.. ayCushParyLeisL : Upper IS HORACE STEPHENSON '
JEWELER-- .
Model Kitchen
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) ::ORM'ER MADISON GOUNTIAN ; MRS JESSIE BEATY
CIRCUIT COURT Don't miss
LANA1SISatoh
:DIES IN JACKSONVILLE PASSES IN MIAMI green

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Donald Piehl Roth Audlla, eldest'daughter of I 0 stamp coupons
Piecynskiand
/ Mrs Jessie Blanton Gilbert a Ray Fraleigh Ashley et al to
: dative of Lee. Madison County Donald Terrance Henderson, A Julian Gibson and wife, Lot Bishop and Amanda Lewis Bishop,
Ads.
.G Wed Monday morning at. a hospital breaking and entering with intentto ;t fiShiri9- Three of Livingston Spring Acres died Wednesday July 5. She was
85 years old. She resided with her
commit grand larceny. Defendants less south feet.
In Jacksonville following a lengthy twenty :' '.,.
Illness. r"-. plead guilty and were sentenced to Theodore L Fraleigh et al to Cityof son-in-law & daughter, Mr & Mrs I

,. Mrs Gilbert was a daughter-of five years *in state prison, each. :Madison, right of way of 100 ft Yunnan L (Irma Hawk) Angeloin I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

the late MT and Mrs William J .Piehl and Henderson recommendedto x 5 ft in Lot One of Livingston Miami. She is survived, also by Pinetta, Fi+a.>
:Blanton of Lee. She jnoved to Jacksonville be placed in Apalachee Corfcec- Spring Acres. another daughter, Mrs Grace Hawk I PAUL A, TRAVIS, Pastor

.. in 1912 and a year later tional Institution. Theo L. Fraleigh to City of-: Arrants, West Palm Beach; a son Sunday Bible School 10:00 a. m,
married Lester G Gilbert, ''Who'sur- Case against above-named de- ison right of way of 118.87:ft x 5 Raymond Hawk, Sr, Canal ,Point_ ; by S. S. Supt. Mr. G. C. Buchanan
also sisters fendants charging them with breaking N ft in Livingston Spring Acres. five! grandchildren nine great- Morning Worship __ 11:00 a. m.
two
leaves
She -
vives her. !
Union _._...
7:00
Training
Misses Jennie end Pearl Blan- and entering with intent .. Tilden L Norris and wife to grandchildren and by two brothers p. m.

-ton, of Jacksonville and a number : to commit petit larceny, Evening Service :. ._ 8:00
I Audlla; Dr I 0 Bishop, Fort Pierce p. w.
18 and Blk B Lakeside ;
of other relatives. absentee docket.. 17, 19 .
1 Funeral services were held in Donald Ray Piehl, assault with Add to tha .fun, .arid=.. Heights. :Mrs Mannard Scruggs, Monticello; Hour of Power, Wed 8:00 p. m.
keep posted on the.weather, Mrs Agnes Dutton, Monticello Mrs Choir Practice, Wed. ....9:00 p. m.R.As .
Hazel ;
Jacksonville Wednesday, conductedby intent to commit murder,:Defendant Dalton L Webb and wife to
Elder J B Pelham of Zion Rest plead guilty and ,was .sentenced, to traffic; and news. .J Foxx Jr and wife, 30 acres in Jane McLeod Monticello; Mrs Annie meet Saturday 3:00 p. m.
is welcome
lamricl Everyone
Okeechobee
Mrs
Primitive Baptist church and burial eight years in state prison. SEU of SWU, Sec 34, Tp 1 S, R ; :Maude The thing missingin
3amrick, Monticello Miss Ethel only our
,was in Riverside Memorial'' Park : Lillian Brown forgery: Defendant 10 E. ;
ch-ch UR \
Bishop, JUcnticello; Mrs Leila ( ) : _
cemetery there. plead guilty and was'Sentenced G C Rodgers to Howard, B Kiser
Wilkes, Perry; and Mrs Clifford
to two years' instate prison.- and wife one house trailer, size Arrant Palatka. Aileen Winter of Ocala is the
Carlena G' Cason and husband ,
41ftxft. guest of her grandparents, Mr and
Funeral services and burial
plaintiffs :vs Leonard D Hicks and L A Kirksey and wife to 0 S were
.. Saturday, July 8, in Miami. Mrs T J Beggs Jr.
1aw defendants. Mortgaged
wife property -
q mad Seabrooks and wife. Lot 288, Blk
sold to plaintiffs. 55, Town of Madison. '

Gloria Prince Cutler et al to See Western Auto

LADIES' GOLF ASSOCIATION"The Herman E White and wife part of CountyCourt

M p.w j SW, % of NWU, Sec 21, Tp 1 N, BEFORE YOU BUY ANY

Madison Ladies' Golf Asso- R7E.Marjorie Prince MacKenzie to Theodore Campbell. speeding Home Freezer
ciation met Friday, July 7th. sentence withheld. :
CHANNEL Herman E White and wife part of
Lunch was served by hostesses, .
r SWU cf NW&, Sec 21, Tp 1 N, R
Lena Atchison, chairman, Leila

SEE THE TOP Bryan, Hillouise Sevan, Colleen MASTER 7 E.A. H O'Quinn and wife to Ray- WEEK END
t Bunker ,and Sidney Ashley:
mond A O'Quinn and wife. % acre

jy STARS RUN There were eighteen members TRANSISTOR in SE% of SWU, Sec 22, Tp 1 N,
present and two visitors, Mrs Lou-
NOW through ella Fulton and Mrs Sally Williams.Two Portable Radiomodel -R 7 E. Specials
C W Braswell and wife to Morgan -
members have
new joined
OCTOBER 7th m 6506 Harris and wife, J/4 acre in
the association, Mrs Jane Cantey
I NE& of SWU, Sec 33, Tp 2 N,
Alice matditd tro-
Williams. 6
CLOSED SUNDAYS and Mrs ,
si...,., phs 1 .. R 7 E.
Julianne Schoelles was acting diod and 1 MEN'SSPORT
R W Slemaker to Investors Royalty -
thermistor Non.*
president in the absence of Hillouise
.
: IM.a ob
JEFFERSONKENNEL Inc an undivided 3/96
Company
Bevan. Mrs Bevan has resigned as plastic cat*.
CLUB president due to other duties and interest in. minerals in 984 acres in SHIRTS ,
I includes: bat' 7 8 East. -
$3995teri. Tp 1 S, Ranges and. I
Monticello Fla. Mrs Schoelles was unanimouslyvoted ** carrying I .
i case.cad.a.seore L B Crandell and wife to Henry .
to the office of president and T s. T 'j
t ., On U S 19 Mrs Bevan as vice-president. The Tiny..Featherweight... Leaner Stokes and wife, Lots ,9' and S-M-L-XL .: ".
3 Miles North 12, Blk A, Johnston Addn to Townof \ -4
I minutes were read by Alberta Plays Clearly Wherever 'It Goes REG. 2.98 3.98 4.98 ,c : -,
of U. S. 90 -Mattas, sec. and the treasurer's Lee.'
report by :Merle Sullivan. Tournament Minnie Gossman to Rachael Smith

SPECIAL SECTION chairman, Nettie Chason, reported : and husband, 6.75 acres m SE& :
FOR NEGRO FANS on balls awarded for the. WAmj frERe of SWU, Sec 13, Tp 2 S; R 5 E. 2for$5O&BOYS

month won by Eulee Register, Minnie Gossman to Eloise Snif-

RACES NIGHTLY 8:15 Mary Stout, Leila Bryan and Merle fen. and husband, 6.75 acres in -SW
I -
Sullivan. % of :SEiSec1iTp2SR5E.Minnie: :: _

:MATINEES 2:15 P. M. The members are now particip NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Gossman to Charles Goss- _
ON SATURDAYSAND in man and wife, 6.75 acres in SEAS
'ing a ringer tournament.. :;
LABOR DAY Notice is* hereby given that pursuant of SWLSec 13TP'ZSR5E. .

l Dine In Air-Conditioned 9 ., to a writ of Execution, fi fa :Minnie Gossman to Norma Lewis

TURF CLUB issued out of the County Court, and husband, 6.75 acres in Sec 13, SHIRTSI
Madison County, Florida, dated"Au- Tp2SR5E.
USED WASHERSGOOD
Admission Only 50c gust 26, 1960, in the cause whereinthe Luke Walker and wife to David SIZES 6 16 REG 1.98

LADIES ADMITTED SELECTION National Advertising Company, Thigpen all of their right in one

FREE TOES.-THURS.i HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. a corporation, is Plaintiff and Le- acre together with four-room house, .

i No Minors Allowed ray Wadkins, d/b/a Madison Saw in NW a of Sec 19 Tp 1 N, R 7 E 2

Shop is Defendant, I, Sunmie H Ulysses Butler and wife to Lucile : For $3.00.
.
Moore, Sheriff Madison County, Johnson, an undivided % interestin fl.
Florida, have levied upon all the Lot 6, Blk 1, Fraleigh-Smith +'
I right, title and interest of the oJ' --- :
SID, Town of :Madison,.. ." -
above named defendant, in and to :. GIRLS
Only Six More Days Of The '
r. the following described personal BABY ANDERSONMr

property, in a building located en

the North side of the Valdosta and Mrs- W R, Anderson of Cinderella Dress'$'-

t Road, within the City Limits of Jacksonville announce the birth ofa .

Madison, to wit: son, Brian Keith, June 22. He Complete Stock of School Colors .-
Summer Swapping Bee 9 Outboard Motors weighed 7 lbs,- 4 ozs. Mrs Andersonis
13 Lawn Mowers the former Suzanne Champeaux, SIZES 3-6X AND 7-14

1 Oxygen Tank daughter of Mr and Mrs V C

1 Acetylene Tank Champeaux.The .
1 Mall Chain Saw .i ---$1 50
REGULAR $1.4t- $2 -
4 Gasoline Engines : :
:
adult classes of. the Presbyterian ... .
1
: JULY120 ''I Stewart-Warner Ice Box '.-ii""" ;... --
H 1 Electric Hand Drill Sunday School held a joint -- ; '

1 Electric Compressor Motor meeting Sunday morning at which :

1. Cash Register time Mr Fred Mickler, of the Methodist REGULAR $3.93-$4.98. :.., -" .'.-,,.. $3 00
1 Wheel-Type Pulpwood Saw. church, gave an impressive < -<: e
LOOK AT THE BARGAINS, ,: '- ::* 1 Tool Cabinet talk on the lesson which was on '
*"" **' -3 1. Parts Cabinet the disciple Andrew. At the morning -

1 Wooden Work Bench service Mr & Mrs Ellis Drew
REGULAR X5.99j6.98REGULAR $4 0 0
:
1960 Corvair 4-dr $1695 1 Metal Work Bench and Howard Drew, Jim Drew and t, ..... .
1 Electric Coffee Pot :Melissa Lee were received into mem-

3 Straight Chairs bership and the three last named .
1959 Ford Tudor R&H.
$1095 1 Electric Soldering Gun and little Patricia Andrew Drew: 7.98$8.98$9.98JULY : $6.00
1 4-door Plymouth Automobile were baptized. -
1959 Mercury Air Conditioned 4-dr $1850 Serial No. 22348384Miscellaneous

Hand Tools IN THE ,CIRCUIT COURT, 3rd d

1957 Ford Custom Tudor : $650 r Miscellaneous 'Chain i Saw and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,,, LAY-A YVAY- SALE

Hand Mower Parts IN AND FOR MADISON COUNT

1956 Chev. V-8 4-dr Hardtop *., $850 Miscellaneous Parts, used and Gasoline new Engine IN Carrie CHANCERY.Lee Bell Jones, Plaintiffvs. ElECTRIC BLANKETSGUARANTEED

Miscellaneous used parts and '

1955 Rambler Wagon ', :. .$395 scrap. Buster Jones Defendant 2 YEARS
On the 7th day cf August, A D DIVORCETO
1961, at the .front door of the : Buster Jones, whose address fc:

present location of the said pro- unknownYou -

-TRUCKS-t ," party,,.in the City of :Madison. Florida are hereby notified that t SINGLE CONTROL-REGULAR $I6.95_$1295 1

:t.. .,. between the legal hours of sale: Bill of Complaint for Divorce ha:

to wit: 11:00: o'clock in the fore- been filed against you, and you arc.

T 1950 Ford noon and 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon required ,to serve a copy of you
Pickup (nice : $1J95
) c $350
: -. ; I will offer for sale the said Answer or Pleading to the Bill o, DUAL CONTROL
REGULAR $1?.9L_
Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorne
property and 'will sell at public I '
outcry, to the highest and best I R. E. Cowart whose addres.:

bidder or. bidders, for CASH, the 1 is Madison. Florida and file th t
proceeds to be applied as far as,I original answer or Pleading in th<::; ,, MISSES' BABY DOLL
may be to'the of costs, office of the Clerk of the Circui
payment
Forget About Prices!! Make Us An OfferWe'lIDeal ; and satisfaction of the above described -: Court In and for Madison County,! i'i'I

execution. I on or before the 31st day o PAJAMAS :z

,' -' Dated this 11th day of July, A I July A. D. 1961. If you fai
[ ,* D 1961. to do so, Decree Pro Confesso wil I '

......... ... SIMMIE H MOORE, Sheriff I be entered against you for the 'relief 1.98 VALUE SIZES II L _

,_ :Madison demanded in the Bill of Com
'<> ., ',, County, FloridaRun .1
( 4 consecutive weeks, July 14, plaint. : .
): ) -- 21, 28, August 4, 1961) The Enterprise-Recorder Is beret : stoo- Each :" '.

designated as the newspaper ii:. ::.
; : U$ ,," 1 which said order shall; be published J,
once a week for' four (4) consecutive!
: Hardee Motor Co. Wiring and RepairAT weeks.

Witness my hand and official sea:I
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30
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-' '. ,. i-S'47tf. "t this 28th day of June, A. D. 1961 'USE ;
DIADLSON FLA. .J.t'r. .. Bryan Electric .= *,DALE M_ U L1P.: OR MONTHS
Co.
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FRIDAY JULY 14th, 1961 .. ,:;&THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON; FLORIDA :... PAGE FIFTEEN"CLASSIFIED .v.
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-- THUNDERBOWL OFFERS
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BIG RACE SATURDAYThe Bunting Denson

:Miss Ann Mary Denson, daughterof FREE
.ADS a biggest race in this sectionis Mr and Mrs R R Denson was

slated for this Saturday night. married Friday, July 7th to James

July 15th, with the annual Mid- Oglesby Bunting, son of Mr and REGISTER FOR

Season Championship at the Thun- Mrs J L Bunting, in Valdosta, Ga.
for J&le iti-ayett for K K% MADISON LODGE No. 11 DELUXEBARBQ
After the wedding the coupheleft
F.&A. M. derbowl Speedway in Valdosta
for a trip to Panama City. -
REGULAR MEETINGS getting underway. They will make their home in GRILL
With 29 cars entering the Pit Madison.
,. FOR RENT OR SALE: The Gibson Second and Fourth :Mondays, 8 pm. Gate for this week's event there .
They are residing in one of the
W. B. Davis Jr. Wade house and| lot ,on south (with electric motor)
should be the largest'number of
C. H. MARSH. W. M. Reichmann apartments on North
side of Cherry Lake. See or .
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: cars ever assembled at the Thunder- Horry street. AT
write J p McDONALD, Pinetta,
'
ACREAGE FARMS WANTED: TWO CURB GIRLS bowl 'Speedway.The t
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL Fla. 46-tf-ch AT WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN. number of cars has increasedthis Mrs Mattie Bunting Howell of

ESTATES RESIDENTIALAPPRAISALS season with the drawing of Center Hill, in renewing for the .
FOR RENT: Two bedroom apart-
LAWNS MOWEDCall cars from 3 states. New and better home paper, writes that it is the
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE ment, unfurnished, close to High
TITLE INSURANCE School and College. MRS LEILAM cars are coming in each week from means they have of keeping In

112 West Base Street ATCHISON, phone HU 36648. Duane West, Phone HU 3-6762 all sections. touch with old friends. Nell and

MADISON. FLORIDA 45-tf-ch 42-tf-ch Sam.McQuagg, Car 96X from Bob, enjoy reading the copies she
Bttx
GIVEN AWAY AUGUST
Phone fcU 3V-62TZ FOR Tif ton, Ga is the lop winner this saves until they come.

FOR RENT: Brick building opposite PEST CONTROL SERVICE year. Harvey Jones, last year's .- "

FOR SALE- Ragans Motor Co. on High CALL champion being plagued with USED PIANOSKen's

way 90. MRS ELOISE RAGANS, BURKEEXTERMINATING engine troubles; has built a new TERMITES.

Benjamin Davis 3-bedroom, 2 HU 3-2390, daytime', and HU CO. engine and expects to take this
Music
bath house. 3-6537 at night ? 44-3t-pd PHONE 293J PERRY, FLA. one. Hulon Jones Car 61, Tallahas Shopweek 1

Tilden Norris 3-bedroom house see.' Fla, Earl Powell, Car 00, Nash- '"

Graham Wheeler 3-bedroom house I FOR RENT: A small apartment, ville, Ga Willie McDonald, Car 90, as a big Fireworks Displayand
One 3-bedroom 1 bath house in nice location. Call MRS. KIRBY '
GIRARDIN JEWELERS Albany, Ga, Frank Taylor, Car 91 the Multi-Colored>> Fountain
Small down HU 36371or
Hancock Terrace. pay- REICHMANN phone
ment. SMITH'S DRUG STORE; phone' Jr. Tallahassee Fla, fcnd C L King which has been recently installedwill KILL THEM Yourself with ARABUDOn '
FOR THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE 60 Nashville, Ga all moving be in operation. The modern TERMITE CONTROL
Good farm with 8'/a acres tobacco HU 3-6262. 37-tf-ch Car up s... $100 w ...r E*. ** a.VJJ3
and irrigation. SILVER, CHINA CRYSTALDIAMONDS and fighting ,for the first five Bar B Que Restaurant, "The Pine bar. U pU PrftMtMlIy
.
Ur
G.I FREE l l
100-acre Cherry Lake farm, good FOR RENT: 1 bedroom downstairs JEWELRY positionsweek after week and each Room" will be serving food. I rLbw rw..rotsct1 Yd TTt.a..1a tip

house, $10,500.Several apartment also 2 bedroom up- EXPERT REPAIRING one plans to take the big one this With this the Thunderbowl
farms and tree farms. stairs apartments. MRS J J NEW- week. So there, will be action, Speedway and the Valdosta Racing
23 lots in Livingston Spring Acres. :MAN, Phone HU 32523. 40-tf-ch NATIONAL thrills speed and Stock Car Racingat Association are striving to please 11lovis
7 lots in Hal Stoy subdivision for the best enter
and
give 1
BRIDAL its best. everyone OY AL .T.
colored. FOR RENT: Comfortable house in II MADISON,flOR10A -_ w1 .N
Lee, Fla. near road 90. Contact Extra events are planned this I tainment 'for the money anywhere.

MRS WALDRON RAGANS in Lee SERVICEA
Broadus WilloughbyREALTOR
or telephone HU 3-6674, 45-lt-pd good selection of J. U J

HOUSE FOR RENT. Available Sterling & plated Holloware

Phone HU 3-6481.. Madison now unfurnished. MRS J P JOHNSON by finest manufacturers -

Phone HU 3-6251, Madi- Many gifts to. choose from MORE PAINT

son, Florida. 45-lt-ch 303 No. Patterson -

FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom furn- VALDOSTA GA.

ished apartment and one 1-bed-I. ,
room furnished apartment, both I
'
upstairs. One 1-bedroom down- LIVE STOCK AUCTIONSell
List your farm and city property stairs apartment MRS E F DICK your cattle and hogs in our
with us for nationwide advertising. INSON, Phone HU 3-2396. Adults
:auction each Monday. Sales start at
No charge for listing. only.. 45-tf-ch 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK

Bob & Beanie SearcyRT. FOR RENT JULY 1st: 2-bedroom .YARD, Inc., MonticeUo, Fla.

house with all conveniences at Registered Angus bulls for sale

2, BOX 130-A Cherry Lake. See ROBERTS at all times. ...

MADISON, FLA. GROCERY or phone 8396. 41-tf-ch "1 HOT MIXED ASPHALT PAVINGWe I
PHONE HU 3-6487
ron RENT: Furnished apartment pave drives, parking areas, ';1tH

!! at 610 S Horry St. Call H. T. streets etc. Top quality. Fair .! ',. .
Boat Headquarters I prices. WAINER BROS., I 1c:., Ph .. "I' '..
HOLTON. Phone HU 3-2254. (
.
-
r- $ 41-tf-ch. CH 2-4011. 110 S. Fry-St:, Valdosta. ; : "I from its

Used 14-ft fishing boat and trail- DUE TO EXPANSION of our Ga. 45-tf-ch : : DEALER

er $100. J* sales .force we need two additional -E.: MWU C. PAINT :

Used 14-ft Carter Craft 3>;59o. young men to handle duplicating T11. HOWERTON JR. ,' YOUR

Small down payment balance and photocopying machines and sup- .. I!

monthly. plies. Must have high school edu- CONSULTING FORESTER HERE'S WHY.... ..
.
.
Anything in Larson fiberglass cation-preferably junior college, I'OCIlICUoa techniques Elimination of fkU warehousing :
boats, from 7ft to a 20-ft cabin with some training in business edu- 9 I TIMBER MARKETINGS. *_ImaclnaUre Low-overhead mmhandisiaf

cruiser at $100 to $700 UNDER cation. Must stand mechanical aptitude Duval Street .. Limited imrenUtrie-frequent delhrcrk
Modest tlructureCatbandcarrj
list'prices. test. Group hospitalization Ph. HU 3-6681 Madison A- Low shipping eat via company trucks profit
Sold out last week. Only 6 more sale
I insurance for all dependents and No unnecessary raSddtemco.Jobben ,
to go at prices comparable to minimum $6500 group life .'.
MR STOREKEEPER-Have .
last week. insurance.! Starting salary $260 you ....
For a real deal, check with per month plus car allowance plus invited the public to shop with you M ,, CHINA ilU7i _
this week? If not, why not can
commission. Should earn $400 per
ad inviting the good folks to my ,.
Lewis Hamesat month within 90 days and $500 '
the E-R and Fix
friendly say. me an ,
per month within 6 months. This is
Drapery Shop across from Hospital -'I not an easy job-it will take hard Store t ..

in .Madison, Florida work. For interview, write GEORGE Curb Service for those ,.t yAtioUS ,.;i
STUART. Inc. 141 East Robinson, .. ootututA .,
:BEEF CATTLE FOR SALE: Black Orlando FJa. 46-lt-ch famous HOT DOGS and HAMBURGERS P i
:..1
Angus bulls 18 mo. & younger. -
Registered stock, sensibly priced.A .; FEMALE HELP WANTED : at WHITE TOP J '
W ALLEGA % mile East of i 'DRIVE-IN, 3-11 P. M. :. -

Lee on US 90, Phone HU 3-6174. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY I -
45-8t-pd To earn good income with AVON Tr-h i CHINA LUXf

COSMETICS. We will train you. Registered SurveyorPhone Satiny, resists m.dlugUti y.l
Polled Hereford herd
SALE
:
FOR ;For appointment write MRS. OUIDAC. lowing.
N
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with calves. 3 bulls, heifers, 11!
cows
HU
3-2372
SWEAT, POBox 540, Live Oak, Wt.
Make best offers, Qt.
steers.
MADISON. FLORIDA
Fla. $ 4t
STAMOS WY 7-3319, Lamont, '
Florida. 45-lt-pd HELP WANTED i JOHN W. WADSWORTH IC 1t1 1

FOR .SALE: Almost one-half acre SALESMEN OR AGENTSMan I 1 .

of land south of Metal Products ; 1lil
HOT DOGS 15c the curbor
track. DAN or woman. Pleasant profit- -on <
Plant, across railroad i
to
WALKER 2801\z Cleveland Ave, able roufe \\ork. Full or part time. to go. Blow horn for service. '
Large repeat orders. Earn $2.50 ,.
Tampa Fla. 45-2t-ch per hour or more. Age no barrier. WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN. "-

FOR SALE: House 2'.2 miles north Write McNESS CO.. Box 2766, De- J",. ';; '. ,

., of Madison on Valdosta road,.Soto Station, Memphis 2, Tenn. J. D. Scruggs ..:;:_ '- .. ., LIQUID ENAMELHigh GLASS
large lot 4 inch well, several 45-2t-pd .' fl I.f(, f., r

nice pecan trees. JESSE MOORE, HELP WANTED .FORESTER .', ,,." ...;; Inferior t+... oxt.ri.r 10 tUU i
Pinetta, Fla. Phone HU 32301. REGISTERED' SURVEYOR $300 $891Qt. s P a1NT -:
442tpd. Ph. 3-6188 G4aL
j MAN WANTED for 1500 family '
Your SALES will go in orbit if Rawleigh business in Madison MADISON FLA. ROzLATtXsc.lteat .

you use E-R space. County. Permanent if you are ,a t11Ot ttEfryd [CUTSIDI WHITE hW.., N. ,,'.t, .NIA
hustler. See MRS KARL M HOWE. -0 41krn ,I I. ..4, 4.lek dvyI.. 1q -
; Gear TINTING U. a w ...... .
BEFORE SELLING your timber e raa CUSTOAA .... .. aiw,s "-
101 Shelby St Live write M 1 "V
"
We Oak. or EXPERT REPAIR 6eed M.te._.Av shalt, ear $2U" $6" $2U '6" .
land, please see me. _
or timber RAWLEIGH'S, Dept FAG-140-123, hie. ,."..tl,.1...f Qt. Gel. QL Iie/I
Interested in buying a .
are also Memphis, Tenn. 45-3t-p '
amount of pine-hardwood I ';''! _
limited ; : :
pulpwood delivered by truck to I WANTED 2 MEN OR WOMEN, SMALL ENGINES 'k 3t \tJ

Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. TO OPERATE FULL OR PART --
See, write or call TIME WATKINS ROUTE IN THIS .
L. P. GIBSON AREA. EARN $50.00 TO $100.00 SALES & SERVICE -

Rt. 3, :Madison. Florida WEEKLY DEPENDING ON TIME ACRYLIC EXTERIOR, LATEXolEze ,
Lake 8363 DEVOTED TO THE BUSINESS.
Phone t Cherry
WRITE WATKINS, 659 W PEACH- Howerton Supply Co. HOUSE
FOR SALE: Iron cow peas, cleaned. TREE ST ATLANTA 8, GA.
90. Straw for pack- i
Germination !
46-3t-ch MADISON, FLA. ausr 1
Ing watermelons See HOWARD .
HUGHEY Rt. 3, Madison. WANTED: White or colored woman PAINT
.
4tfchFOR to live in arid. care for crippled .:
WHITE-TOP DR1VE-
Try ; Roll it or Brush it
.child;Must; love children and $3sae. .f Z
SALfc::: Plenty of live fish be able. to.. ,give_ good references. 1i'3 REGULAR MEALS-, .. en WOOD. BRICK and MASONRY .

bait* 'shiners. minnows pond .worms, MRS W'T-CHRISTIE. 1437 Cheu they're delicious, friend. '
blue wigglers, crickets sand mag- keebin Nene. Tallahassee Fla. -
and a good brand of Several Used Allis-Chafeners t
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gots' fishing poles plus acomplete 45-lt-ch ; :

'guaranteed line BAIT of &Bogie TACKLE balts.ROWELL'S .: Madison Tupperware and Greenville Dealer Wanted area; man for 66 All Crop HarvestersSee MMtf C.Pai t Store ,

CENTER, across from SAL Depot, or woman. Product retailed on the Us for a Bargain; They Must .

Diadison. 41-U-cl1 Home Party plan only. No dealers Move if AT MADISON ICE HOUSE : -..'- '

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R .Vickers -. 7 Wells Gossman : ', ." : ',--'-
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wedding iiis Joy Yvonne .
Miss Minnie -La, Trelle Vickers Gossman, daughter of Mr and Mrs : WESmAtlfoONsTORE 11

and'" Jiminie Earl 'Ragans;, were Nicholas Walter Gossman, of Cherry i, .
married Saturday evening; July 8th Lake and Colon Terry Wells, son
at eight o'clock in the First Baptist of Mrs Colon Crosby Wells of Mad-
church, Madison, with the Rev ison, will be. solemnized at seven SECOND TIME THIS: YEAR I
W T Ugon! officiating at the double o'clock Friday evening August
ring ceremony. fourth, in the First: Methodist The azalea bush on J C Agrier's
church. in Madison. Iarmcn Lee Route One Is in bloom 0S.
The bride is the daughter of Mr ; I ,
A reception willfollow in Fellow- for the second time this year. It
V1 James TT-Vickers of :Madison and ship Hall. No invitations are being bloomed in November of 1960 ;and

Mrs Martha O'Steen of Willacoo- 'seat., but. all friendsand. relatives in March and*.1u1y ol this year. '
= chee, Ga and the bridegroom's are invited to attend.
: parents are Mr and Mrs Gordon

Ragans of Madison. Feed Grain Program Mr and< Mrs,Cleo Phillips and
Forming the background for the daughter Bunnie have returned from, I

wedding .party were 'low Arrange ---=--- a trip to Tampa and St Petersburg. II I
r ments of greenery, a large stand: Farmers who are taking part In -- -'-

,ard of white gladioli branched the 1961 feed grain program re-
i candelabra holding lighted tapers ceived a reminder this veek about i
I cooperating .fully with provisions of
and the elevated, spot-lighted Bible.
FOR WHOMEVER ,
YOU WISH
t BUT VOTE!
.'.... ,Mrs Vernon Ragans presented a the program. .
In letters addressed to each grower
program of organ music Includingthe
who filed a program application, I
If you are NOT REGISTERED, you MAY REGISTER, at the traditional marches and accompanied John Cone, Chairman, County Agricultural -

-4"j'"" '... ; Miss Dale Carpenter who Stabilization and Con- I
!$'4'i-'** .f' '.,'. sang Because. and The Wedding servation Committee, points! out
City Clerk's Office JULY ] >
on and Thereafter
Prayer. that the acreage which a farmer

,,..u ". Miss .Bonnie Maloy of Jackson- agreed to divert .from the production
ville was maid-of-honor. The best of corn or grain sorghum this
f man was Hoyt Ragans and ushers year mus'be; devpted-to an approved -
conservation use and it. must
Paid for by Friends of were Spessard Ragans. arid Bradley- not "be .harvested during 1961 or

Smith. grazed from through December :31,
Miss :Maloy was gowned in Dght 1961.
: blue- taffeta designed with a bodice .

J C BURNETTE embellished with sequins 'attached 'Mrs Albert Wing of Ocala has t !

to a full skirt. She carried a arrived for, a visit.with her parents, S

Colonial nosegay of pink pompons, lhand Mrs A -W Vann -
net d 1t : Is the unmortgaged
FOR CITY COMMISSIONER and satin ribbons. Her net part
head-dress was in a matching shade Paint Your Home

of pink. of your.home insured too?
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LOVELY BRIDE INSIDE AND OUTSIDE ,. .

The bride was given in marriageby !I
LOve Brothers _
her father. Her ballerina length If your home burns will there be sufficient money fronv -

FOR ELECTRONIC- wedding dress of hand-clipped KernToneAND the insurance to reimburse ,you for the value of you.
QgLngfu theBeoob? Chantilly lace and taffeta was Super. equity? Are you and the holder of your mortgage note
Piano TuningCALL fashioned with an elongated, fitted both fully protected in' case of disaster? Why take a]
bodice of lace with Sabrina neck- chance on being underinsured? Come in and. fee u.19JJ

for Write reservations or'phone line delicately embroidered in. iri- Precision Paints a complete... property insurance.... check-up,,'
W. T. RYCROFf descent sequins, and long sleeves
596-4341 .
Clearwater pointed at the hand. The full taffeta Easy Payments -
Phone: Cherry Lake 8389 or Sand-Gio Apartments skirt was circled through the center Morrow Insurance Agency

Write: Rt. 3 :Madison Fla. .9316 Gulf Boulevard, Soot! with a band of. scalloped lace. Her Howerton CO ,tRePtisentin '
bus Rods Bois rife I IPINETTA Supply 108 West Pinckey St. Madison. Fla. .
finger-tip illusion veil
was attached
Mr and Mrs John T Vann' Jr
were visitors kere Sunday Ofctth' WSC'S :.H... to<-a lace crow She carried 'a caseaderbouquet MADISON FLA. theHaitToMFiseIli3tlfAICCMQ A Ay1 ," '
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relatives enroufee to Jacksonvillefrom of lilies of the valley
The regular1 meeting of the Womaa's .
and feathered carnations, centered
a visit in Atlanta with Mr arid
of Christian Service
Society with a white orchid, and tied with
Mrs James Clonts. They were accompanied of the Pinetta Methodist church
by their nieces, Misses was held at the church July 7. The tulle and satin ribbons. She wore
Frimk, Alice and God's the orchid from her bouquet as a
Mary Ruby Lfs program Word and our
who will visit them for two .-yceks. Worlds. was given by Mrs Brannen, corsage with her traveling dress.
They will return here for '/ visit Mrs Allen. Mrs Hicks and Mrs Mrs James D Vickers chose .a TWO' ,

with Mr and Mrs A G Herring until Woodward. Scripture reading .1st dress of blue brocade worn with 1
Chapter through '13th of St. John. bone accessories, and a corsage' of
after the Vann-Drawdy wedding in
Mrs Woodward was in. charge of pink carnations completed .her cos- .
Jasper. the business meeting. The treasurer tume. 1)111111 LEVEL ? '
--x- reported all bills paid with $37.85 -
The bridegroom's mother was
Mrs Carl Bevis balance.
is employed for
gowned in pink polished cotton and .
the summer months as secretary to Mrs Hicks, Spiritual Life Leader, -d ;
President :Marshall Hamilton at explained the use of the Prayer, wore a pink carnation corsage. ;
North Florida Junior College. Calendar. A fellowship supper was The bride's mother wore a printed WASHING .
planned Ifor 7:30 in the evening July sheer with bone accessories and a .
750-14 Goodyear All-Weather 21st, 'each one bringing a covered pink carnation corsage.
dish and the melt bringing the The bride's grandmother Mrs d ,

Tire drinks. Mrs lumen wilt be hostesSfor : Viola Elliott chose a lavender ... ,. .. ." .*Z'Q. >>.ffl;' ,
Nylon << + :"( ;:; ,
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the next social meeting. Mrs: afternoon ;::!; :;- $ :Q: J ;; :? ;; J.JY- .
dress with a' corsage of
Hicks closed meeting with reading
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As Low As $14.88 and Prayer from the Prayer Calen.: pink .carnations, J I:t.YIP .
After the ceremony the young __

Plus Tax and Exchange dar.CONSTRUCTION couple] ''greeted guests in the foyer r71 .- 1 POWER ,.
of the church. Miss Sircy Rowe SHOWERS

MesserBattery kept the bride's book., m WASHES 'I. .' I''B _
New end Remodeling Following their wedding trip to OflWNI '

the Gulf Beaches at:Panama City '.--' ,.' x':4! POYV&RIMPELLER i .
/ & Tire Co. Howerton Supply! Co. Mr and Mrs Ragans are residingIn 't. :g--l .". ,

Madison: : iJ: WASHES
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Madison Gas Co. Madison Gas Co. Oui-of-town guests at the wedding ;_.: : U M
included Mr, John H Ewingof .. Ir ... ..
:Douglas .Ga; Mrs H, T Matey i. ,: I.; ,
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in barns Kinnon, WiHacoochee, Ga, and Mrs I-- w.t:;:rw ;VK4Y .N"wI'jo :' 1
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Vto : :-. GENERAI ELECTRIC ..
..Mr and Mrs J 'c Burnette, and
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t1S o'' rcd COCO son Dan left Tuesday for Panama 5- : MOBILE MAID .
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City Beach to spend until the first S
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of the week. They were accompaniedby

o Mrs Burnette's nieces Karen,, ; DISHWASHER ,
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=en' Amy and Allison Martin of:Monti-*, ;. 'o{

cello. Miss. Mary Kay and Billy"and t S ......-1. Rolls on wheels- Vinyl-cushioned

t Johnny Burnette will join theIr needs no instal- interior protects.
\ i io at the lotion dIshes'! -
parents beach for the week \
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Don TomEnson'of Tallahassee is -- service for

o o the_guest of his grandparents, Mr -v' t..;.' MODEL 5P31Y 12 people -
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po Mrs C D Tomlinson this week. :

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SO>> ONLY214 95
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en p en Mrs Cleo Phillips and daughter .
C .. guests .
:..::>> For Home Use, Propane Gas f ., = ,_
Bottled and Tank. tives in Jacksonville. FREE OF EXTRA COSTS :: _a ',
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j car driving when your
J V "Red" Cason Charles.Wells p front wheels are expertly alignedby ;. { UTffliTFL -

Mrs. Dorothy. Medders -... R H. ""Bob. Dye. -., machine.expert mechanics. on< our Horton .:: R -
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HOSPITAL NEWS KIRBY RAGANS DIES Repairs on all small gas Mr and Mrs Gordon Selman wewr

motors. HOWERTON SUPPLY recent guests of Mr Selman';

Admitted Kirby Ragans age 77 of Live ,CO., Briggs-Stratton and MeCuIIoch parents Mr and Mrs J D Selman I
: Bobby Surles. Lamar
Oak passed away early Saturday : Sales and 'Service.
Singletary, Mrs Odessa Williams in Armurchee. Ga. .
morning in a. Jacksonville hospital I
Mrs Ada Helms, Mrs LaMoyne
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BUILDING MATERIALS after an extended illness. Mr I
Hancock, Mrs Betty Williams, Mrs ? \
Ragans was a native of Cairo, Ga, :
Gertrude Ouzts Mrs Minnie Davis,
but had lived most of his life in '

7'. Mrs Amanda, Johnson Emory Jack- Brooks County Ga, in the Ochla. why suffer from
sonGlen- Southall, Eugene Kiser,
willa community. He later
moved to
: L::.... : r;.OJ._<}- ..' Thomas' Price.Discharged .Live Oak where he had lived the

210-1b.* Roofing, ; :?"' S5.75: ; Thomas._ Henderson: Mrs, Charles Odessa Thomas Prince, past fifteen years. He had '. been HOT WEATHER

engaged in farming, before his re- "
Robert Surles Miss ;';
squareNo. : Seago, Bobby tirement.- /
Sad Humor ?
Edith Dryden, Mrs Betty Williams : 1.
Survivors
are five sons Leonardand ,
L _S Smiley, Jerry LetchWorth,
1 Oak Flooring, :. Emory Jackson, MrsOllie Kinsey, Otham Ragans of Live Oak, : 3
-: S155.I 00 Preston Ragans of Pinetta, Girlie COST
LOW
white per 1,000 feet .. -'. .., Miss Willie Phillips Martin Reaves, Ragans of Madison and Lawson Get New
: Mrs Ida Helms, Lamar Singletary,
... Ragans of Highlands, Calif; four
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Mrs Minnie Davis, Mrs Odessa .AMERICAN-tandard
'::- daughters :Mrs 0 A Bass of Cherry
Full Thick Insulation, Williams, Mrs LaMoyne Hancock
548 00 Lake, Mrs A C Coody of Pinetta
per 1,000 .- r Thomas Price.Admitted and Mrs F W Linch and Mrs Eu- Whole house air conditioning. R

1, 2 : Joseph Proctor, Mattie .
Lee Jr both
gene of. Jacksonvilleand
." Brown Otis Bellamy, Harry Hamp- For free ecfimofe call
4x8 Bath Tile, ton. Sue Frazier, Willie We2-ther-1? one brother Ben Ragans,
57 50 Thomasville Ga; two sisters Mrs
.,heet spoon. ,JOHN P. AGNER
0 .! Minnie Rudd, Plant City, and Mrs i
Discharged: Wallace Monlyn,
? Elizabeth Harden, Live Oak, and '
$ AND HEATINGHU
Alene Womack, Rebecca McCray, PLUMBING
twenty grandchildren.
Flat Porch Columns, s0 s-- Florida Ravenel, Tessie Irvipe, 36604'1tladison Fla.
54 20 Funeral services conducted by ,
.,. Mattie Brown, Joseph Proctor, Sue
each I
Austin .
\ Rev Kelly, were held Monday -;-.
Frazier. Zr
at 3 p m at Old Columbia Baptist "

church at Nankin, Ga. Inter- .. ;i-,
Corner Porch Columns.=':. 57 50 AT BALLET SCHOOL ment was in Old Columbia cemeterywith :-''j

each <,*".-,:'" the' T J Beggs Funeral Homein i

-'f": Miss Charlotte Woodward 'of charge. to \ S s

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Pinetta left last week for New Pallbearers were Messrs. Louie <

Also low prices on other merchandiseS York City where she is attendinga Rhodes, Bill Coody, Leonard Pur- ,
fjdveA
six-weeks summer session at the vis, Arthur Bass, Roland Butler r

School of Ballet Repertory.Mr and Lamar Bass.Presbyterian .

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HUMAN < Joe Hughey of Tucson Ari- Junior campers at i ii

zona arrived last Saturday for a Gulftreat this week are Beverly :

visit, with' his ,mother, Mrs I Z Hughes, Betty Fraleigh and Mary

"ALL PRICES Hughey. Other guests of Mrs Ann Scruggs. Rev Dan McCown

Hughey include Mr and Mrs Geo F accompanied the girls to camp and
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i -t Day of Lake Como.x is serving as a teachercounselorthere

CH 40254 too so PATTESSOHST this week. f. 4 R3

Mrs Bates L Scoggins and little -x- IfWhq1et ;i' ?

Susan SeogginS of Spartanburg, N
Miss Anne Allen of Greeneville
SCare visiting Mr and Mrs P K
Tenn is the guest of her grand-
Rowell this week. Miss Helen
mother Mrs R M Allen of Pinetta
Rowell who has been visiting. Mr
for three weeks. She is also visitingher
and Mrs Scoggins accompanied her
COUNTY ASSESSED VALUE aunt Mrs M S Allen and son

: A BEAUTIFUL OVER SIXTEEN MILLION here. Donald in Tallahassee a few days

-x- before returning home.
M1RRORSP1NETPIANOCOMPLETELY Guests of :Mr and Mrs John -
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Dovjak the last of the month will

REBUILT- The county tax be Mrs Dovjak's brother and sister- Mrs Roy Morris and granddaughters -
assessor presented
",. 3 year Warranty the 1961 tax roll to the equalization in-law Mr and Mrs Herman Roeder .,}Teresa and Kim Gallegos have _"'& .

r If you are considering buying *-a board July 5th for' the purpose;, of,Berwyn. Ills. r* returned from a visit in Panama: '
of hearing any* complaints as to -x_ City with Mrs Morris' aunt Mrs
piano be sure to deck this buy atKEN'S
value of any piece or pieces of pro- Miss Martha Hamilton left Mon- Mae- Haire. Mrs Haire accompanied DALE W. BURNETTPHONE

perty set by the county tax assessor day for Key West to be the guestof them home and will be their guest

MUSIC SHOPMadison upon the 1961 tax roll, friends for several weeks. for several weeks. HU 3-G244. MADISON, FLA! .
There being no complaint filed J '
Fla. with the board at this meeting, the
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Mr and Mrs W G Sheldon and Will give you a break down of Ask your dealer about a real cool t dta-cost option-Chevrolet air conditioning.
Mrs James Copeland and daughter tax values to each item for 1960 I. .. 3

.-." Sarah Jeane left Sunday on a trip and 1961 for there was a raise of .:
to the North ,Georgia and North values over last year,'of $$1,624,780..
Carolina mountains. This was an equal raise value from c. : .., .

-x- river to river boundary. > ;: <. at J ,
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Mr and Mrs A J Hudson re (1961 tax year val.) (1960 tax val.) ., yourChevrolet
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turned to their home in Jackson- Homestead tax : m\ L '

ville Sunday after spending several value $5,896,140.00 $5,172,620.00. Dealer'sOneStop

days of their two-weeks vacation Wholly *'e : ': ,) : Corvair 700 Club ,, oupe. A 2door; budget-minded,, ".. x
with Mr Hudson's mother Mrs W exempted -. :-.: .y- <, _.- 'beauty with thistledown handling, rear-engine trac-, _k -
H Hudson and with other relatives value $1,722,3-10.00 $1,678,500.00 ,:'<-- .. '-:.i' tion and quick-stepping sassy performance. '. .t Shopping Center -
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value "=f p ; You'll find the than the
$1,628,750.00 $1,456,620.00 -' / buys even more inviting .
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JC Non Ex, J ;,-i lt; ?I weather at your Chevrolet dealers now. Because

Real estate : '::- _______4- more people are buying Chevrolets than any other .

IRFE! value $6,384,360.60 $5,700,530.00. :! make, your dealer can serve up summer savings in '..t: :

Railroads & extra big portions. ._
.a telegraph $ 981,240.00 $ 979,780.00 .
t :;- If you like your driving full sized, you can choose

-it} 7 + from thrifty Biscaynes, people-pleasin Bel"Airs and ,,
Total : 'I Nomad 9-Pissenger StationVagon.. Chevrolet* '.
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impeccable ,
J palas.lCyouvea.'enforablgwagon:
values 4 ?? ::
16612830.00 $14.988,050.00The
.:.. (_!' '5 -.".:- :..:. the full-sized{ wagon more people are picking. Achoice Chevy's got six that haul like slot y.
increase for tax purpose from nifty Nomads to
_. of six to save on
is size then Corvair's the
thrift-size ,
If your car
be
will an increase of 837420.00 thrifty Brookwoods. ..
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over, 19w.Taxable. .___ ., r' ... ::'. for you. Ten budget-pleasin' models to pick from.: .

property for taxes willbe ,.. .' ,,:>i ;:; '..: And, of course, ercry Corsair u a driver's delight; .
whir. EACH PURCHASE of aENERAL for 1961 $8,994j,35O.00 value. ., vr1". '; :. '.J. thanks to the nimble, sure-footed going that's yours.

6 __ ELECTRICOR I will after the two county boards ::'l! Jp "",, .:<. "' with Corvair's superb rear-engine design.
give me the levy administer the 4 "' It sure adds up to a'-lot of happy-driving ways to (

IICsidCntlalEHTRAt taxes upon the above value as required :X.: .:. save, doesn't it? Thirty-one, to be exact. With so .

AIR COtllT1OHtNG by law, and the tax roll will S-J much so handy at. your Chevrolet dealer's, choosing

be delivered on time as usuaL ; a new car just couldn't be simpler or savin'er ,, '
RONE We had a depressed value in :; .,,,-.:;: < t '- Come in and see for yourself, .
WEATHERTALL 1952 of $6,801,770.00 total rolL t .-: ;;, F'l" Bel Air 4-Door Sedan. Priced just above the .

ELECTRIC HEAT, PUMP We have now on nonnal value .- ':- thriftiest full-sized Chevrolets, Bel Airs give you! Jet Chevy :: IH
-Sill'ooth
1961 of $16,612,830.00 total rolL ,. .: the full treatment of Body by Fisher craftsm an s i p. \ _

You can see this department has ti. ,- : ':
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hasn't defeated the Homestead' exemption t'-i : : -. ., / .......
law for the people when _;;.,' :'; t' R. .

they voted for the Exemption did "

not have values in mind, they were ::"Ii'. ;
told by the bonding companies that 0:. "
put over the exemption that they
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TERMS AS LITTLE AS wculd not have any more taxes on t--.T '.

$20 MONTHLY their homes,. and I ,don't expect ton < ; .
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my own .
MONTHS TO PAY .
UP TO 60 1
by raising values. For we As- "
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premium of a home or sale value : "
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ground. Assessments in Madison. w ... .
County are today values more than -".-- ;. Impala .Door Sedan. Like all Chevrolets,this Impala gentles '. :' .r\ \

any other county adjoining! of like '" ,._ rough roads (or any other kind) with Jet-smooth magic. :, .,

values, Jefferson ,and Madison ',4--+.; !. <
County are on a of ratio valuesof ">': "
par
like property; the rest joining are See the new Chevrolets at your local authorized Chevrolet dealers One-Stap fffeffifo? Ceitter.., ,} :

VALDOSTA GA. 'below I am our making values.these statements in ", .U' ,:,

order to let some know that ware CANT Y- OTOR.COMPA'NC7. t I

CALL COLLECT: in good; shape in Madison t ,;; ,1j

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