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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: August 4, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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CHERRY LAKE NEWS OAK HILL NEWS ,
PAST A MILLIONThe I .

Mrs Lawrence Hughey and two -

SEC'TY FREEMAN VISITOR Madison tobacco market went daughters, Cheryl and Debra, of .
.. tti Secretary of Agriculture Orville about a hundred thousand: pounds
: Norfolk, Va, arrived Thursday to '
: Freeman spent last Friday night at past the million pound mark with I

KL the home of H N West at Cherry Wedn day's sales. spend a few days with Mr and MrsJ .:

i.a Lake and enjoyed skiing on the lake. The tobacco is rolling in, prices- L Davis here and- with her ,

He was the guest of Asst Sec are high, and people are feeling. mother at Alachua.

John P Duncan Jr formerly of good. .v 3 Miss Carolyn Woodard and Miss

Brooks county, who accompanied. '.Onita .Buchanan.. of Jacksonville

him from Washington. spent the 'weekend with their par- '
LEE NEWS: NOTES
GOSSMAIV-WELLS WEDDINGMiss S ents Mrand: Mrs,M ( Woodardand .

., Joy Gossman, daughter ofMr Mr J 'B 'WhittyJ ent to Auburn- bir.and Mrs 5 G C Buchanan.Mr .
and Mrs Nick G ssman of Cherry I of Valdosta
Mrs J W -
and Gay
dale for visit
Lake,. will ibecome'' 'the bride of a with his brother- I .
i in-law and sister Mr and :Mrs S were visitors of her sister, Mrs l \
I L Terry Wells;, son of Mrs C Cells I "
Newbern from until M-C Woodard, 'Sunda : 1
:,..Q&-Madisbn... .,Friday, August4th. Tuesday TidaY.lMr
.. + 4 wM The regular union service of
''k o and Mrs Andrew, McLeod of
F L The, wedding, ,will be at the First Perry were guests Sunday of ,Mrs Pinetta Methodist and Baptist '
churches held *at Pinetta Bap-
Vlethocfist was
; church in Madison.
fZ f- : Russell Pickels and Jean. Mr Mc-
Pfc Wells is on special trainingat Leod was among the out of town tist church Sunday 'night with ReV

Ft penning. Ga. where the Dawson Hicks filling the pUlpit.Mr f
guests attending services at the
couple will reside after the wedding. I E Reaves accompanied Mr
Baptist church.
f Y VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLA D to Auburndala
S and Mrs J Agner .
Mrs Howard
Mr and Tuten
re-
meeting will be held Friday at.. visitorsof
for the weekend. They were
Cherry Lake Baptist Church to plan turned home Saturday after a visit I
Mr and Mrs J D Newbern.
.. S \ a for the Vacaticn School to begin with her parents Mr and Mrs:
S'x Friends will be glad to hear Mr
k Monday August 8th at the churchat Burck of Minnesota. Her sister I
Newbern is back on the job after a
x. 9 am. All children Welcome.S Miss Marsha Burck accompaniedthem
short stay 'in the hospital. .
r S PICNICA home.

; Sunday School Picnic will he Mr Calton Whitty and sons Shellyand Mr and Mrs Russell King and

a. rffti held on the grounds of Cherrv L k 0 Michael and Jerome Mercer family and Mr W M King of Okee-

Baptist church Saturday at 4:30 chobee are spending their vacation
who has been visiting them came up
.. ..S with competitive eames and lunch. I with Mr and Mrs R L Crafton. ;
for few days
1>1 Monday evening a
,
Mr and Mrs Monte Vickers hadas L visited brother
JAYCEES MEET While here they her
visit with relatives.Mr
I RUDY HAM-
BEGGS and
GRIFFIN BISHOP ASHLEY Mr I J Vickers,
guests recently. and sister-in-lax, Mr and Mrs Paul
and Mrs Amon Tuten went to I
I RICK chat with AGRICULTURE COMMISSIONER DOYLE his father from Miami Mr and Mrs Raulerson of Tallahassee.Mr .
Jacksonville for weekend visit
CONNER at opening of the big Madison tobacco market By Ronny Brown :L'ither Vickers and 3: children of a and Mrs Wilborn Reaves and

last week. The Madison Junior Chamber of Miami Mr and Mrs Ed Hinklev and with relatives.
boys returned Friday after spending
Mrs George McCall was taken 111
Commerce met at noon last Fridayat three children of Venus, and Mr
GIVES PLANS FOR Restaurant. I and* Mrs David Crocker of Silver last Wednesday. She entered the their vacation in north Georgia and

NEW SCHOOL YEARJ LOSTA McNeil's Springs, Md. They all attended the Madison hospital Monday Tuesdayshe I Tennessee visiting her mother, Mrs
Charlie reportedon
President Quick
I family reunion atVhi ham Ga.. seemed to be some better but Hattie Hughes and other relatives.

I the social party held at *Cherry where 85 members of the families still ill. While there they picnicked in the
Wiley Sirmon, newly-elected Lake last Friday night. The party very
assembled at the old home place. Chickamauga National Park.
large sum of money from The friends of Mrs Fred Wilskey
supervising principal of the Madison was termed a success. BABY TAYLORMr Mrs Willie Graves Is visiting her
she is ill in the hospital
that
High School, was speaker at the my pocket the first of last The Jaycees are planning a and Mrs Kenneth Taylor of regret son and family, Mr and Mrs H P

Rotary Club meeting Wednesday, week between Madison and minstrel show for money .raising Nankin announce the arrival of a in Jasper, having suffered an heart Graves. She will be fire about two

and told of plans for the school I Cherry Lake. Reward for its purposes. Ben Pfeil said the mins- baby boy July '12th. He is the attack Monday.Mr .
grandson of Mr and Mrs Med Taylor and Mrs James Denslow or weeks. .
term beginning shortly. return information trel group is now getting organized. Consolo and daughter
relative Grace
or Mrs
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of Nankin and of Mr and Mrs J E Gainesville were up for a weekend)
The speaker said that improve- Ashley Beggs told Jaycees at Va
thereto. 'Franklin of Pinetta. Mrs Taylor was visit with Rev L E Denslow and'Connie of Princeton, West ,
ments in the Junior High School last week's meeting that the Madi- '
49-lt-ch J. I. SURLES' .formerly Miss Mary Jean Franklinof family.Mr ,:spent several days with her parents.
were planned, a driver education I son County economic development Cherry Lake. and 'Rev' and Mrs Dawson Hicks. Connie
James Lee sons
and Mrs
I course installed, and the band built committee is presently hard at work. BABY HEWLETTMr I remained for a longer visit and
David and Duane of San-
Danny,
up. Several fine additions had been BAPTISTMEN, ATTENDBROTHERHOOD Another Jaycee social was and Mrs Glenn Hewlett of her grandparents will accompanyher

made to the faculty, he reported.The ENCAMPMENT scheduled for last ,night( Thursday). Marathon announce the arrival ofa ford came Saturday for a visit with'I home for a visit.

new principal stressed the Special guests were Jim Dye and baby boy July 12th. She was the theJ B McDaniels the B F Blanton,,. Johnny Deror -and children '
Mrs
Tallahassee former Miss Lucretia Carter and and the Dan Mauldins. Mrs Leeand ,
importance of the parent's interestin Wilson Wright; of the returned to their home at Byron
the is the nephew cf Duane stayed over for a longer
young man
The shouldsee and Mr Wright
the student. parent Mr Dye
Attending the Baptist Brother Jaycees Ga after a two week visit with
the child attends school a special orientation on Jay- Mrs EthelValdrep..
that gave
hood Encampment held at Panama visit.Mr Cecil Crafton.
Mrs
Mr and Mrs Edwin Fender of and Mrs Drew Thomas and Mr and
regularly, gets enough sleep, has a in 28-29 I ceeism for new members. I :
City July from the Baptist New York visited his parents Mr of Perry visited friends Mr and Mrs Russell Singletary

balanced meal, and should be churches in this area were from the I and Mrs Seaborn Fender recently.The i two sons afternoon.Mr and children of Valdosta spent a

taught respect'for authority, he con- First church Madison W T Coody, HONORED ON BIRTHDAYS Methodist WSCS met at the here: Tuesday and Mrs J L. Demotsis and short while Sunday with Mrand

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tinued. Association President, L C Bruner home of Mrs Harry Cochran Mon- returned home Tues Mrs Cecil Crafton. .
two children
The meeting was closed with a Orvin McCullough and W A Shir- A family supper party was givenin ,day.Methodist I ,
their vacation to Daytona
day from
Brotherhood met at '
question and answer session, with ey. First church of Pinetta: Rev the garden at the home of Mr I,
I' church last Beach with relatives.Mrs C Pulliam Jr and
members 1 Cherry Lake Methodist Mr and Mrs W
many of the participating Paul Travis Howard Coody JY and Mrs T J Beggs Jr Tuesday
K Is spending a Julie and Susanof
I Tuesday night. S Driggers daughters
as is usually the case when school Downing, Cecil Crafton, Edgar Blair evening honoring Messrs W T Davis young
I Sarah Wiatt attended the Youth few days with her son-in-law and Canton Ga, left !Monday after
matters are discussed. The matterof and Ralph Newsome. and Carl Karstedt on
1 Ashley Beggs Camp at Leesburg.Rev daughter, Mr and Mrs John Gor- spending several days with Mr '

teaching Latin in the school, From Cherry Lake church attend- the occasion. of their birthday anni- and Mrs Cartrell Green of don in Jacksonville.Mr Pulliam's mother,.Mrs W C Pulliam I

which is not done at present was ing were Rev John and children visited i
Collins Sam versaries. Jacksonville and Mrs A E Ragans returned -Sr, and son Curtis. Mr and Mrs

perhaps the most prominently dis Winters A C Gentry and Bob Mil- Twenty-three members of the list week the Burton O'Neal family, home from a visit with Fred Pulliam and young son Davidof

cussed.. families attended the affair. A delicious Mrs Maggie Brown the Cherry Lake and Bainbridge Ga. and :Mrs Wayne,
Mrs Zula Ivey
R W.Norman of Monticello was ner.Midway church representativeswere menu was served after which Baptist church and friends in thcommunity. I their mother Valdos Smith and: sons Buz and Rick, of -
I Mrs Green is the former other relatives in Adel and also with
a' visitor. Rev Lorace Cothran Tom the evening was spent informally. Marianna, were visiting \ -.
Miss Sarah Grant of Cherry Lake. week end. The
the
the family Aver .
Howard Rodney Barnett Richard Rosemary Naughton of Jacksonvillewas
Mrs C E'' Buckhalt is visiting her Fred Pulliams were enroute home

Terry Tebo Webb. an out-of-town guest. son-in-law and daughter, Cpl and ta.CARD the Gulf :
of
,1' from a vacation at one
CARD OF THANKS THANKSI
Lee Church delegates were, RevI Mrs Freddie Bartlam at Parris OF beaches near Panama City.x .

T Carter Hubert Rosemary Naughton of Jacksonville .
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Burnett and Island Marine Base. S. C. -
of Mary Carol would like to take this means
Beige Anderson. Brewer is the guest
I wish to express' appreciation Lake' this week. I of expressing 'my appreciation to Madison 4-H girls and jMjndU ;S

to those who contributed blood to Madison, Smith' Naughton T : Mrs Roger Porter Mrs T F all.of those who voted and especial- camping at Cherry Lake this week.,

me while a patient In Valdosta Mrs Orvin McCullough also went Karen Peers of LaBelleis II Livingston and Misses Greer and ly to those who worked for and -x- -

bospltal;and for many kindnesses along with the group and visited Miss weeks here with her Hart Tomlinson are returning: :Saturday supported me In the City Commission Susan Austin of Gainesville Is" I

May God bless yoU relatives while Mr 'M Qmough at-., spending six WImberly;andr Mr from spending two-weeks at race of ;July 25th. 1961. the;guest_,of. M" George... 'Grandy u... '",4',: ,
? Mrs Bill -
I 't.TMRSJ'C SUTTON" :tende& Broth rh-ohood meeting..M Wimberly.aunt, t Episcopal Camp Weed as counselors. J C BURNETTE and Mrs Frank Patersoh.


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PAGE TWO THE ENTERP. RISE-R ECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 4th, 1961
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I ours. It is another great rice

I fJt iIt! country, with about 80 per

cent of the arable land devotedto
ne Lfadiiv1:1tRPIsERECORDII:
rice Other
--._ II" ( 9ft -1Mt MC. pftrL a11. __ ..-. culture. crops
Published Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance include rubber, cotton, sugar :: ,

Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year cane, pepper, tobacco, kapok, .R.
.' GBOWSB:
.. castor beans, tea and 6ffee. TOBACCO "
Rates 'Made !Known on Application .
!' Advertising Industries include lumbering, ... If
Bayers and Families
Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June the manufacture of pottery_ andginning

15th. 1908; under Act of :March 8, 1879. of rush mats, cotton ,

the leaving of cotton and silk
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT J$. '
AND ASSOCIATES fabrics, rice milling- sawmill- \ r DINE WITH US '

ing and distilling. Jade, sap. .

MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 -, phires. and potash are mined, ,,' -

NEW ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901CONSOLIDATED and there are large deposits ofiron REGULAR DINNERS 75c AND 95c

,' JUNE 25, 1908 ':
ore. Exports consist of I .,:.. ;

:-V.. T. C. MERCHANT+. Editor and Publisher rice," salted fish, pepper, corn, SERVED EVERY DAY ALSO SHORT, ORDERS ....

<{< T. a MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor cotton, fish oil, lumber, cattle

MRS. A. W..V ANN, City Editor and cattle products, sugar, tobacco YELLOW PINE RESTAURANT
and resin. :The
great, ,0
\ MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager.
waterway of the country is the

ORJo and with buying and selling Mekong river, which overflowsits .' For Orders To Go
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0 goods as a result of the coming banks each year and richly

in of the crops but all is
3; '''- fertilizes a wide territory. PHONE HU 3-9101 MADISON FLA.
not so tranquil and peaceful in Pnom-Penh is the capital.

ftOa. 0 some other respects. An air-
FROM KINDERGARTEN
IHI plane on its way to Tampa is Ar

-11'lO" hijacked and, taken to Havana; CONSERVATIONBy F ; .
__ t&Lk
TO COLLEGE
'I no sooner had somewhat of a .

Markets Open StrongThe lull in the French-Algerian L. C., Bruner 4t W2qf .J

I crisis" occurred than French- (Soil Conservation Service) ,.,. .
various tobacco marketsin sa .al.t
,Tunisian fighting broke out, The tall letters, MSCD carved %%J Seems like a long time between
the Georgia-Florida belt into the clay bank across the highway R
opened up strong last Thursdayin I and, with all of that, the Berlin from Johnson Tourist Court + kindergarten and college. Actually

situation: continues very grave. stand for Madison Soil Conservation :' these will slip all
90I- weather and growers : years by
I'I In all of the hysteria engenderedover : District." The letters were placedon _
generally pleased. The F' too fast Not 'too
were the matter, and the protestations the steep bank to show that soil 4 v; tom"h early now

Madison county market as well I of backing the Presi- erosion may be controlled on most to start saving on regular schedule -
as nearly all, if not all, of the any type soil. Tne letters, 10 feet '
dent in what he should do, andso for your child's college
other markets, showed an in- high are sodded with Pensacola
thought the approach Old t education!
on, we
crease in poundage and an increase bahia .grass. Bahia grass is a ver- t

in average price over 1 I offered by Senator Fulbright, satile plant that will grow on }z
as reported in this morning's various type soils. The east end of
latt
: year's opening day figures. I
< calm and sensible. this bank will be covered with Some of the most important things in life must be planned
Our market last Thursday sold I paper, was bahia grass. The grass will be fertilized Mrs J K Flanagan of St peters-I for, worked for, saved for. The best place to save is here,

289,428 pounds at an average Said Fulbright: We should and encouraged to grow from burg, has been named where liberal interest helps your money grow! .
price of 58.92 cents and Friday have conferences at the minis- the bottom of the bank toward the the Public Relations committee of '
terial level to avoid a showdown the; Florida Society for the Prevention -
92,932 pounds at a 58.38average. top.
of Blindness. BANK OF GREENVILLE
The offerings last ;leading to nuclear war..I There are several places and Long active in St Petersburgcivic

Thursday filled the brick ware- i believe in negotiations and discussion acres of land along our highwaysin and social affairs, Mrs Flana- MEMBER OF FEDERAL INSURANCE DEPOSIT '?' .
house .and about two-thirds of as opposed to ultimatumsand Madison County that could be gan has had an active part in the CORPORATION
treated that would prevent soil planning of the annual Charity Ball
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the metal warehouse. The parking showdowns. erosion and improve the looks of the. since 1948 and: was chairman in I GREENVILLE, FLORIDA

meters in town were capped I 1 county roadsides. 1953. She is a charter member of ; ----

last Wednesday ."afternoon for : Fish killed by low orygen in the Crippled Children's Hospital Quonset, Point, R I (FHTXC Earn 4
the marketing season and all''Lives of Millions water can upset the balance in a Guild and has served as Guild president Serving aboard the antisubmarinewarfare a Big %

call wish farm pond. Sometimes the. water support aircraft carrier USS On Your, Savings At .
park' they
wherever The whole situation is a great Essex operating cut of Quonset
changes in color from a green to a
without chargV. as1'; long as" they; game of bluff/ except the dull gray. If noticed ar1). enough, HOSPITAL\ NEWSAdmissions I Point R' I, is Franklin, 'D )1lerritt, ; 'FirsJ! Federal ;J i
'third" class USN
wish. ; stakes are the ]lives of millionsof complete kill in the pond may be storekeeper ,* son:; 9 ." ,
of Mr and Mrs Ervin F Merritt 'i f tJ AV1NGS & LOANASSOCIATION
people who want only to be prevented by broadcasting 50 to : Mrs Kathryn Brown, '.
Route 2, :Madison,. Fla. .
of Danny Blount, Mrs Trudy Webb,
100 pounds superphosphate per
Most Acceptable In allowed to live in peace. Thereare surface acre over the entire pond. LaMoyne Hancock Mrs Irene An- BACK FROM CLINIC in Dixie-Taylor Hotel Bldg. -

very few questions that drews, Nancy Gail Harris Mrs Chas T Groover of Groover PERRY, FLA.
cannot be settled around the Betty Williams, Luther Harrell,
Tractor Co. has just returned from
\Vinter\ CIRCUIT
COURTWilliam Mrs Maerinda Andrews, Earl Flowers -
conference table if the partici- Vienna, Ga, where hp participatedin Mrs Kirby Reichmann and Mrs S ,If
Mrs Ollie McCall Mrs Mary
Another big crop now comingin pants will all be reasonable; Agner, Adam Weisz. a two-day product training and. A Smith accompanied Misses Nell

though by no means arnoney' and the conference. table shouldbe Bennie Hughes breakingand Discharges: Mrs Kathryn Bell and sales clinic conducted by representatives -. Xorfleet and Sister Cantey to Montreal -
entering with intent to commit baby boy, Mrs Joyce Wells and of .the Ford Tractor and Im N C last Thursday where the
crop is that of I' to its fullest before
pears. tried .
.,petit larceny. Sentenced to state baby girl, Mrs Rethia Eakins, Mrs plement Division. The clinic at- girls are spending this week.
All around town and out in the other steps are taken. Even if prison for three years. Recommendedthat Elizabeth Cruce, Mrs Annie Register tended by Mr Groover offered in-

country and even in the nearby Khrushchev should make a he be transferred to Apalachee Danny Blount, Mrs Kathryn tensive training on the new 6000 Gas Ranges .

counties, wherever we see separate peace with East Ger- Correctional Institution. Brown and baby girl, Mrs Faraby Ford Tractor and related high-
James Joseph O'Grady escape Arnold, Nancy Harris, William
E-Z TERMS
implements.
one of these pineapple pear I many, we do not see why we from state prison. Asked if he had Richter III, Mrs Irene Andrews capacity

trees it is loaded with fruit. could not go on and have the I anything to say why sentence of Earl Flowers, LaMoyne Hancock, i Mrs Robert Mickler and childrenleft MesserBattery

Much of the crop is wasted, I same understandings with East ; the law and judgment of the Court Adam Weisz. Monday on a two weeks' visit \
should not be passed him. BABY BROWN
although relish have I upon with her parents Mr and Mrs C L & Tire Co.
lovely pickles
that
; Germany we now defendant stated that he could not Air and Mrs. Richard Brown of
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Reese in Johnstown, Penna.
pies, preserves and so on can with Russia. The trouble hereis stand the heat in the Road Camp. Madison are announcing the arrivalof

be made from the pears. Several that our country; does not Sentenced to one year in state\ a baby girl, on July 25th. She
prison. weighed 7 lbs, 5 ozs. FORD QUALITY HOMES
years ago we had a canning wish officially to recognize that Charlie Edward Murray desertionand BABY WILLIAMSMr

plant here that would can there is an East Germany, even unlawfully withholding means and Mrs James Williams are 2305 Slappey Drive, Albany, Georgia
pears and other fruits and though such is a fact. Some of support from minor child .De- the parents of a baby girl born
fendant asked Court to him She los Makes the dream of "HOME SWEET HOME" come true
vegetables for toll place July 28th. weighed 9 4 ozs.
people on a time in the future Germanymay
1 on probation. Sentenced to two Admissions: Willy Postell Leola for many; families, because you can afford A FORD HOME.If .
basis, but that practice was not be reunited, but as of today years in state prison. Seabrocks, Clara Frazier, Major you have a lot, with just one dollar down, and it's all

kept up. However, there is there are two Germanys, Petition for discharge from jail of Felix, Mary Bryant Goldie Frazier yours in just seven short years. I

nothing wrong with home can- I,of two different political philos- flerman Lee Griffin denied; bond, Genetha Williams Ella Millcdge. FORD QUALITY HOMES will build anywhere, in town,
however for $1500 set. Inez
ning and preserving, and these I 1 ophies-perhaps unwillingly so, Tommy Charles Dopson plaintiff, I. Noble.Discharges Leola: Seabrooks Willy Postell Clara Fra- or in the .country.Ve have a house that will suit you,

products 'go most acceptably in !but still so-and we hardly see vs Corrine Juanita Dopson, defendant. zier and baby boy. as all our plans can be modified to suit your needs. Arrangements -

the winter time and save on I how they can today be reunited Divorce granted and plaintiffto Born to Clara and Henry Fra- can be made to completely wire, and furnish
the bill too. have custody of minor childrenand zier a baby boy July "28. Weight light fixtures, also we can furnish and hang your sheet
grocery short of that would be suc-
I war to pay $70': per month for their 7 Ibs 12 ozs.Twin rock, if you desire, and a three piece bath room set, lava-
I. !cessful for reunification. support. baby boys were born to tcry, commode and seats and bath tub, also hot water

Carlton Buford Thomley, plaintiff, Goldie and Julius Frazier July 30. heater, gas or electric, deep double bowl kitchen sink;
More Pecans This Year'I vs Margie Ellen Thomley, defendant. Weight. No. 1, 5 las, 13 ozs; No. 2, in fact we leave your home at whatever phase of buildingyou
I
,May Be No Need Raymond E Cowart appointed 4 lbs 13 ozs. select.
The pecan crop this year is' Special Examiner to take testimonyin c
the cause. We use only the best grade of materials, and we can
also much more promising-I At rate do not ATTEND CHRISTENING RITES
j I any we see usually save you money because of our low overhead

last year it was almost a failure I that we should get so excited, LAND DEALS operating expense, and our low interest rate, on financing.If .
Mr and Mrs Julian Bentley were
around here. We have noted a as our ancestors did a hundred you will fill out. and mail in the coupon to the address

number of trees with good years ago, as to go to fighting band John and M Brooks Lilla V Cowart Brooks and to C hus-S weekend daughter guests Mr of and their Mrs soninlawand Leslie below we will by no means consider you obligated but

crops of nuts on them. The !until all possible proposals for 'Pepera and wife, Lots 143 and 146, Buie and daughter Martha Anne of will furnish you; the figures to prove we can save you

tree at the \Williams-Andrews I settling the difficulties are fully Blk 22, Town of Madison.: Gainesville. They went to attend money. ;

Insurance Agency corner is full :1 j explored and discussed. Then Shea Constance and wife C Lot Hardee No. 2 to of Peter Hardee F the christening of their little Buie at grand-the Name . . . . '.. . . . .... '.' ..
Martha Anne
of nuts, as are others there be daughter .
many may no need for fight- Addn to Town of Madison.

around town. The writer had :ing. Heirs of W Williams, deceased First Methodist On church the there Bentleysand Sunday City . . ; . . . State .... -. ..
Sunday c.
occasion to be Valdosta one to C C Ramsey and wife part of morning. .
: Mrs L -
r afternoon last week, and near-Another Great Rice 9 NEU E.ith of NWU proviso, Sec of 3. Tp residential 2 N. R L Knight Buies: of accompanied Gainesville visited by Mrs'I I Phone.. .... .' .....'.:i-tv-", ,; *".. ;. .. .Direction" ; in a rural- .area,, .

where he parked his car there property only. A J Cousineau in Interlachen and : I

were two pecan trees both Mrs M E Leonard and Mrs J D ... .,. ... .H :. :' .". '.- ::....... .::.:.. .....:: . a
loaded with nuts.Negotiations CountryCambodia 750-14. Goodyear All-Weather Burnett in Keuka. : : : :(:. : :_,O"f/ ; _

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Tax and ExchangeMesser Several top quality refrigerators Mail or call collect, to. _
Indo-China. It has an area

We may be concerned. here about a fourth more than that and ranges, used discount only a FORD QUALITY HOMES ':":

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Sallie joined Mr Scanlan in Atlanta ,week end guests of their grand-
Wednesday, where he has been attending parents Mr and bars\V E Webb.

License LawSgt Ken's Music Shopissued MarketTobacco the Monticello Stockyard, Inc a convention. They will all j[I Mrs Julian DuRant and children

is selling high on the July 31, 80 cattle and calves were go to Highlands N C, Thursday II }who: are spending their vacation
for only one year and some sold compared to 156 a week ago. to the
spend week end
with Dr and there. f
Tony Graham of the Highway Madison market and over the belt.! .
for two years; but eventually al Small Supply active and fully steadyon I fj
Patrol gave an interesting expla- licenses will be issued on a two Of the first four days here, Tues- classes and grades represented.
nation of the new driver's license year 'Oasis.The day showed the highest poundagesold Trends actually poorly tested. Quality I J
law and discussed chauffeur's licenses 293,440 pounds, at an average
Sergeant advised that those poor on cattle and calves avail-
at the Lions Club price of 61.83c.
meeting
drivers who
will be driving out of able.
Tuesday. Figures for the three earlier days CLEARANCEOFBRANDNEW'61
the state after Sept 30th, 1961, and
Persons now will buy licenses before were:
they get their new licenses
during the month in which they buy a validation sticker from the Thursday, opening day, 289,428 BABY WILLIAMSMr
were born, the Sergeant reported: County Judge and affix it to their pounds at average price of 58.92c
I and the old license will hold good license. Friday, July 28. 92,932 pounds at and Mrs James Williams
until their birth month arrives 'At The cost of the license has been average price of 58.38c. announce the arrival of a baby girl
first some of the licenses will be upped from $1.25 a year to $1.50 Monday, July 31, 187,050 poundsat born Friday morning July 28th at I
l average price of 62.04C. the local hospital. She weighed; 9
I Ibs, 4 ozs. and has been -named MERCURYS
SJ i Betty Darlene. She has a sister,
LUNCHEON FOR BRIDE-ELECT t Cindy and a brother, Mike. Her

\ Miss Joy Gossman 'bride-elect, !grandmothers are Mrs Russell High
@ll.CUXU'lloU was the inspiration for a lovely and Mrs E S Wilfiams. Her great
luncheon given by Mrs Gordon Williams grandparents are Mr and Mrs 0 H 1
O COMFORT AND and Miss Wanda Williams Horne. _
Saturday at McNeils Restaurant.
BETTER HEALTHAMEmciiwtandarti An arrangement of pink roses BUY GROCERYMr
ri centered the luncheon table where

places were laid for ten guests.A and Mrs Dwight Cuppett have
t' delicious menu of congealed bought the Ike Hutto grocery store MERCURY METEOR 800 2-Or.SeduPRICED -'
salad broiled chicken, potatoes au in Georgetown and are now operat-
I gratin, green beans iced tea hot ing itMr TO MOVE FAST
rolls and dessert of peach Ice cream
Whole house air
conditioningLow and lime sherbet, was served.
and :Mrs W E Webb' and
The hostesses presented the granddaughter Janet Webb were You get 7 money-saving, eelf-serv- _

Low last Payments FHA T...... setting honoree of dinnerware with a five-piece in her chosen place.daughter'guests of:Mr their and :Mrs son-in-law Carl Vickersin and icing 'features superb 'roominessandcomfort..solidride..nowatlow ; ?"_ :
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pattern. Wakulla Springs Sunday. ;
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JOHN. AGNER mother of the bridegroom-elect. Mrs Mr and Mrs-Hyem- Kramer attended "t year=end pl..es.' .Hurry-save today.: t't t14ARE ,
N W Gossman, the bride-elect's the dedication 'of the hew ,
'- cotf PLUMBING AND HEATING mother, and Misses Martha Selman' Jewish temple in Valdosta Sunday. MOTOR COMPANY i
and guest Susan McCoy of Talla- .
Prominent
rabbis
including those .
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: .. formerly serving the congregation .;1 I IMo
COR. BASE
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the public to drop in : .
'Ramblers & GMC Trucks ft'

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= this town "Greenville." This pleased
Owners Operators I Greenville Fla.
J I everyone, and so is has been the WtSAVf YOUMQNt*
'V' name of the town ever*since. q ON YOU* FOOD ems gO
One of the advantages which this ond-Wf 6tV
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'town has but most small towns, do
One of the most picturesquespots ,not is the transportation system. ,
1tIIDSmDIERClearance
9 All % along U S highway 90 in' trucks
Friday a. m. on Buses and carry passengersand
SaleAT (North Florida is a little lake freight in and out as Greenvilleis WITH EVERY WECHASECHOOXf 419 Base ,
r covered with lotus blooms*. The ( intersected T> U S highways 90 rtOA MO *A 00 -
y Street
:Spring & Summer Mdse. lake is in a park where travelers and 221. There is also a network of f AMOUS ouu rr- j,'

may spread their lunch or' merely secondary roads. The Seaboard Air- / Madison ,
CARMICHAEL'SAND enjoy a rest under the huge oaks Line Railway and The'South Georgia IREE GIFTS Florida. !

Low Bidder and magnolias, made even more Railway both have trains which come

lovely by Spanish moss. Many people through here. One of the first rail
,* Byran Electric Co. was the low stop and take pictures here. roads in Florida ran through
"bidder Wednesday on the five air- MISS AMERICA SHOP This lovely spot is in the town of Greenville where cotton was shipped. CARD OF THANKSI
Greenville .Fla, which has a popula .
C, conditioning units for the Court The main farming here now is
,House. Bid price was $1240. Ga. tion of approximately 1500. Of these, corn tobacco and watermelons. want to express my deep ap- 4a

The County Commissioners are Quitman, about 50% are white;, the others Some, cotton is still grown and preciation to my friends the doctors -

'nsking. for bids on a new boiler for TREMENDOUS SAVINGS FOR Negro; farmers raise cattle and hogs. Tree nurses and staff of the Madi-
the Court House heating system. However, this restful spot is not I farms also play an important part son hospital for'' their consideration,
I THE ENTIRE FAMILX indicative of the nature of its in the economy of this section. acts of kindness and helpfulness at

MRS SURLES:' PASSES I citizens. On the contrary they stay I Southeastern Telephone Co. and the time of the passing away of

TO ATTEND LEADERSHIP I very busy. _ Western Union supply communication Mrs McDermott.
Mrs Georgia Ann Surles age 85 INSTITUTEDr In the midst Of a farming country systems here.It Gratefully AUGUST SPECIAL!! 1

... passed away at 2 pm Thursday and Mrs :Marshall Hamilton it is an industrial town witha was not until March 26, 1907 C H 'McDERMO'IT.PAST .

August 3rd at the home of her son ,have received a grant to attend the i Timber, and two Corporation plywood two mills sawmills the that charter the for citizens the met local to government.The draw up a. 4 PICTURE TUBEINSTALLED

Mr Jim Surles at Cherry Lake, I Southeastern Regional Leadership total of (which boast a weekly pay- charter was approved by the A MILLION

after an extended illness. Institute for Junior College Presi- roll of 5000000. state legislature April 24 and by I FREE!

Funeral services Sunday Aug. 6. dents and their wives to be held at These industries plus the sur- June 20, eight men were elected; a Sales at the Madison Tobacco

at 3 pm at Harmony Baptist church. Appalachian State Teachers College. rounding farms and logging opera- mayor, five councilmen, a clerk !Wareouse Wednesday ran the total with purchase of new picture

Boone, N C, August 7th to 12th. tions support merchants who sell and collector and an assessor and. sales so far well past the million tube. On all other repair work
<,... They will be accompanied by their groceries ready-to-wear cloth notions treasurer. A marshal was appointed.In pound mark. The Madison market is ,
hardware, furniture and and Well 10% discount on parts.
daughters Nancy and Bonnie. July of the same year a telephone going strong growers are !
drogS.I sYStem was ooerated. pleased.. All Work Strictly CashBerSTVSERVICE
There are two cafes a bank two Two -years later .a mule and t .. '
Beach for parlors, a barber shop a
I Cottage I beauty dump cart: were secured to 'be used B RGWALL NEW PRO
theatre a post office a coldstorageand : the streets cleaned. ,
for keeping '
meat curing plant and an ice AT CEDARTOWN CLUB HU 3-6351
rent at Fernandina here. In 1923 the town supported a .r -',
plant
'"v :, On the Sabbath day chimes ring bond 'issue for furnishing water ; Olaf Bergwall, husband of the
Beach by die week. out over the town calling the I and lights. The wiring and plumbing former Judy Davis of Madison, has ST. JOHNS REVIVAL
a work was completed and acceptedby
folks to worship. There are' two been: named general manager and
Baptist Churches a Methodist the town' in August 1924. head professional of the Cedar A revival will be
held at*St Johns
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contact AH SMITH at Church, Church of Christ, and franchise During the year 1926 the electric Valley (Ga.) Country Club. Mrs Missionary Baptist church beginning
was given to Florida
Church of God for the wRite wor- Bergwall ;will teach in the! Cedar-: Sunday, August 13 ..
Power' the ?
Corporation. "In 1940
Methodist ;,and two Bap- I town elementary school. :
CifyHaD.42tkh shipers : franchise was 'sold 'to Rural'Electric Rev Roy Stripling will do the (
tist Churches for' the Negroes, preaching.
Whites ,and Negroes have their' Association, which still furnishes ,Rev
,Roy Latimer is pastor of
for the BUYS BROOKS HOMEMr St .
town.
Mrs w C Browning of Lovett separate schools. Each race has 'an power Johns. ,
ana schooL The enrollment The town still furnishes water for
ner grandson jmuidel Browning accredited high t
Everyone is
its citizens. This year a project has and Mrs C S Pepera have cordially invited to
ot JacKSonviiie, ovirs iS Browning is about % as large as the attend.
>> 49-2t-ch
consoli- been started for hypochlorination of bought the Brooks home on E Base
schools
for the are
01 mason and Mrs Arueii town '
guest '
dated and buses bring' in children the water.In street. .
Brown or Vvestlieid N J were Call HU 3-6262
from outlying districts. It is easy 1932 a Town Hall was built
guests o f Mr and Mrs Thursiorf I for students to further their educa- where elections were held the council Folsom Re-elected
b Haines last 'fhursday.TIMOTHY tion for only 15 miles east of met and all other town businesswas Pick-up & Delivery Service '

y Greenville stands North Florida transacted.In For Prescriptions
0 whites and Su- 1959 Greenville bought
for
WAYNE GINN Junior College I property V M Folsom was re-elected Mayorof
wannee River Junior College for: and built a house for its newly
Madison at the City Commission SMITH
Greenville is only 43 miles I fire truck. A volun- DRUG STORE
acquired
The baby boy of Mr and Mrs Negroes. good meeting Tuesday night. J L Brin-
of the capital of teer fire department organized.The '
east Tallahassee was
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Noble Ginn born July 17, has been son was elected Mayor pro-tern. 1 MADISON. FLORIDA
the state where Florida State Uni- latest building acquired and
named Timothy Wayne. versity and Florida A and M col- renovated by the down is a police '
I 'I
"- lege are. station. Nearly all of the streetsare
70 x 15 GoodyearAllWeather Ladies
i But "all work and no play makes paved. M. ,. Call or Drop in ,. ,

TireAs Jack a dull boy", and the citizens 1 Greenville now elects a mayor .
a have provided for recreation in the each year. The five councilmen are 1 >r: :
meantime. The school provides a elected by groups; two councilmenand '

Best-Protected Watch Low As $11.88Plus varied program for all ages in the one councilman in alternatingyears. I ,' ,,;.
During the Each councilman two
summer. regular sea- serves For your appointment with' .: '.
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the Farm!' Tax and Trade-in sons for baseball basketball and years but experienced men" are on _
on atMESSERBattery football, high school students par- the council at all times since their :c''11j
ticipate in these spcrts while their terms do not expire at the same JUANITA OR LINDA AT : :
Don't worry about water, elders are spectators time. :

don't worry about shock- & Tire Co. There is a good scouting programfor
your Wyler Incaflex is guaranteed t girls and boys; also 4-H work Don't Miss ,
to resist both!Good- for both. The ladies are membersof JUANITA'S BEAUTY '
looking new models, have HARRIS HOME BURGLARIZEDA the Woman's Club, Garden Club I SHOP ;

lust arrived..lei us show PTA, Eastern Star and American MIDSUMMERClearance
them to you. safe and contents were stolen I Legion Auxiliary. Men are members The latest in Hair Styling or Beauty Care. 1 \

H/uztrafecL from the Willie. Harris home. on the. ; of _Lions Club, :Masonic Order. PTA I I Sale We specialize from Facials to Pedicures \ I,
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road ast: Saturd 11t. d
t yMrs a}' an and Farm Bureau. .
L 17 Jewels, Steel Back $34.9c I Harris discovered the loss 1 The civic-mindedness began when AT 1 Phone HU 3-6436, Perry Highway, Madison, Fla.
when they went home that night Greenville first its \
; got present name.
Self $49.92i
Jewels Winding
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It was first called "Station Five;
Amazing fitxtblt; bah ,safe were reported as, important then Sandy Ford. During Recon- I CARMICHAEL'SAND
,'" onto whtl-ihf s to; papers and several hundred dollars struction Days the ladies gathered
avoid hock, fullySworenlttdagalnit'' belonging to Mr and Mrs Harris" together to sew for the returned I

: soldiers and the families who were, ANNOUNCINGThe
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Jewelers
-; name but could hardly decide on one .
worthy enough to suit them. One of G1.SAVINGS : j1randMrs
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> 1 FLA. Howerton Supply Company suggested that she liked the name : ": ; Paul B Td
TREMENDOUS FOR : t' ( ) Williamson
1 tof the town where she grew up- ;. 1 1 1.j. .

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DOUBLE FEATURE
THE PHARAOHS' WOMAN, East-
wancolor starring Linda Cristal,
,John Drew Barrymore. A beautiful
j slave girl enslaves the hearts of two ..
great Egyptian rulers. She could
have changed the course of history.

THE LEGEND OF TOM DOOLEY ,
N starring Michael Landon, JoE \ ",< ,- y"t": ': '" .. <#.5!! J:;: ', i';1.. if'
Morrow. A true and startling story -{' -- 0 ;' r" -- : ; l
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of Tom Dooley, hunted for a crime > MISSESDresses
j he never wanted to commit. Car- .
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ME.N'S Handkerchiefs '
By Hubbard wash 'n wear fabrics }
Sunday-Monday August 6, 7 ,
SUNSET Eastman- Plain & Pleated Fronts 1
color, starring Rock Hudson, Kirk REGULAR 15c '
Douglas, Dorothy :Malone, Carol
Lynley. Two guns blaze in the REGULAR 8.98 & $9.98 !i
sunset in a climax long remembered.She 10 For $1. \
had loved the man-could j
wrong \
-- By Jollie Juniors, Kay Junior Kay
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she now win the right one
story of rugged men and romantic $6.00 i ii. f Windsor, Henry Rosenfeld, Vicky
women as they ride the western i
plains. Cartoon.TuesdayWedn.esday. ;.i : 1 .Vaughn i, Toni Todd? Wendy Woods,
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MISTY, DeLuxe color, starring REGULAR $5.98 & $7.98._, :,..,.,;. sy>.;; #
4 Davis Ladd Arthur O'Connell, Pam SLIPS
Smith, Ann Seymour. ,A warm, i
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$5.00 bodice and hem shadow '
Lace pane .
ventures. The strange little islandof >.a. 12* 24'2
Chincoteague, Misty, the rebel Sizes 32-52 Regular $1.98
colt,. and two little orphans who'd
Sizes 28 42
do .anything to own her. Cartoon. 4
REGULAR $9.98 TO $17.95
Thursday-Friday DOUBLE FEATURE, August 10, 11 2 For $3.00 ; .1

ATLANTIS THE LOST CONTINENT -
I Metrocolor. starring An- A1 SUMMER $7.50
thony Hall, Joyce Taylor. Did the f r. K CLEARANCE
lost continent really exist? The '
story of an advanced civilization LADIESMEN'S 4ter'
which disappeared beneath the sea.
BLOUSES
a'
WHEN THE CLOCK STRIKES LADIES RUN PROOFPanties LADIESNylon
starring James Brown, Merry An- '
ders. What happens when the clock Sizes 30 38 \
strikes????, Had he condemned the Shirts'Re .98- Slips
1 wrong man to death Cartoon. 's 2.98

Irene'sFiiday9a.m.onAll Sale Begins S M L XL Wl! All around Shadow

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Spring & Summer Mdse. tt 3 For $1.00

2 For $5.00 k a $3.00' $3.88.:

NEW ENCLYCOPEDIA SIZES 8 11 .'
,A Regular 69c -
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i The Madison County Library has BOYS '
-just received the 1961 edition of the MEN'S :MEN'S 2 For $1 i.OO1 .
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Encyclopedia Britannica. The ,. '
+ twenty-four volumes 'were r orderedon BAN LON ':T J UNDER SHIRTS <-Kin1-S irts

the deferred. payment plan and .
friends of the library are already -
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glad to have these high rating _u 1:111 ....
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books on our shelves for the Fall : OUR REGULAR 69c Sizes 8& 11 Regular 59c Pr 1.79 value
opening of our high school and I Many Fabrics
School Time

North The Florida Big Junior Annual College. $3.98 2 For $1.00 Sizes and Styles 22-30 2 Prs. 88c t Special


Regular 3.98

I SALE GIRLS'Dresses : BOYS >' >. .. $1.00
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Continues atThe : r .. J $2.88

Store By Cinderella and Younglawd -' Socks i
Economy Sizes 3-6x and 7-14 R. :. _
Regular 1.98 2.98
:Mrs A A Trulove and daughter, o ? DAN RIVERMuslin Sizes 7 10i WRANGLFRJeans-
Mrs Robert Grace, of Jacksonville, .311A1i/ :'
will fly to Lexington, N C, for a $1.50
1: weekend visit with Mrs Trulove's r. Sheets 4Prs. $1.00
11 sisters, Mrs Fred Everhart and Mrs PgU 3.98 4.98
Webb Clinard. Friends of Mrs tY Yt .
Grace will be interested to knowshe ( YA y'Y 1IrYN rYH I' o0 81 x 108DOUBLE \ 133,4 OZ.
$3.00 REGULARAND&
has been appointed principal of F1TT.LU BOYSSport EVEN SLIMS
the Jacksonville Ortega Forest :: ODD SIZES,
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is the former Miss :b. .' SIZES
a school. She Regular 5.98 6.98 ,..:: :.,.
Betty Gardner of Madison. $2.09PILLOWCASES Shirts
i "'1 2.98 .

Call HU 3-6262 $4.00 :

; SIZES 616REGULAR SIZES 13- 16
i Pick-up & Delivery Service Regular 7,98 to 9.98 f

For Prescriptions : 8-2,98 '

; SMITH DRUG STORE $6.00 49c Ea. ,$3.49.


I QUARTERLY CONFERENCE GIRLS' .GIRLS BATISTE AND NYLONPanties : 2 UNDERWEAR
II LADIES'
i IIi The fourth and last quarterly HER MAJESTY .n"
conference was held at Mt Zion SIZES 416
& Gowns ,
AME church 2, Cherry Lake, July Pajamas .
23, with presiding Elder S E Mosesin SLIPS I SIZES 4-14 FOR Rr REGULAR 59c
charge. An inspiring sermon was REGULAR 4.00 1:
delivered by Rev Franklin, pastor. S9c
t of 'High Antioch AME Church. r 2 For
Total amount raised for the day $1.2GP; $3.O0.L1 88c

r was Rev 7405.AV Saunders, Pastor .. $1.25. 2 For $4.00'

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Used Washers : Slips It's First To Eagles .J Use Your 30-Day Charge |

SIZES 4-14 ,
} .as low as $5 down and $5 a month '

MESSER } ':;c' $3.00 : ;: Then Back.To School 1 ,r f .l g Or Take Months'To Pay

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r _" Lumber Ruberoid Roofing and Siding U S Gypsum Masonry Hardware.Plumbing- Electrical G ,E ,Appliances ,


ft; f k Millwork Kitchen Cabinets Aluminum Screens.- Lowe Bros., SuperKem-Tone, Precision and T ung Roe Paints Mc- .


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BUSINESSMEN - Beggs MerrittThe I children Mrs Clayte of Tampa Dickinson are guests Jr of and her I I Earn a Big 4%

Attention mother, Mrs J Studstill. for the
advertis month of August, while Mr Dickinson On Your Savings At
Newspaper marriage of :Miss Mary Jane FLORIDA who is with Tampa ElectricCo
Merritt and Thomas John Beggs III First Federal -
is. taking a special course in
ing help .make will take place on Thursday, the
can
you seventeenth of August, at .five Motorists ION SAVINGS & LOANASSOCIATION
o'clock in the afternoon at the Atlanta.WMAF

money as well as have Theology Chapel, Emory University. SCHEDULE in Dixie-Taylor Hotel Bldg.

fun in business. Atlanta All relatives, Georgia. and friends are -- PERRY, FLA: F c' '-!MIIBF -'

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cordially invited.Puinwood WEEK DAYS Mrs J E Register was dismissed _

6:00 SIGN ON I Friday from the hospital, where she
Call HU 3-6361 ,, .
6:01 GOOD NEWS.
had been under treatment for a _
Accidents 6:10VORLD & STATE NEWS broken arm. She had as her week

FAVORABLE REPORT I .. 6:15 FLORIDA FARM HOUR end guest Mrs Bert Thomas.. of
-- J 6:40 RUDY HAMRICK, COUNTY Jacksonville.
Washington, D C (Special) July I Abe Gallon, who works in pulp- f AGENT (MON., WED., FRI- -x- .
25-The House Subcommittee on wood, was cut on the right leg bya DAY) Misses Shirley and Becky Davis

Tobacco of the Committee on Agriculture chain saw last Thursday, and 6:50VORLD NEWS left ,yesterday for Courtland, Ontario -

today favorably reported the ',Major Felich, also a pulpwood 6:55 STATE NEWS Canada, where they will remain .
Bill for the lease andtransfer ; ----- --
Matthews worker, was hurt Friday by a log. :OQ COFFEE TIME until Christmas with their
TRAVELERS'AUTOM Frank M.Hancock
of tobacco acreage allot Both required"hospitalization. 7:25 MORNING SPORTS SHOW
...... brother and sister.in.law. Mr. and
ments. There is a good chance of '
7:32 COFFEE TIME Mrs Bobby- vis. ROTARY GOVERNORof
BIL
favorable action by the House this 7:40 REPORT. FROM TALLAHASSEE r this district

WIN TRIP INSURANCEI I (TUES .THROUGH.
year.DON'T Jack Woodward Jr left Tuesdayto
SAT.
MISS BONUS ) Em/a Big \% visit his cousin, Allen Powell, in
7:45 WORLD NEWS 4
Mr and Mrs B M Smith of Plant New Low Rates
Arlington, Virginia. Over the week
Green City are in Bermuda',for a ten days' 7:50 7:55 STATE WEATHER NEWS NEWS ._* .'- .> On Your :Savings At end they will visit Miss Charlotte
StunpCoupon Mr1:' Smith ii the'trip'in the 2. Safe Driver Savings
I stay. \v: {: .... 8:00 COFFEE ,TIME'i*' Woodward in New York City.
inf :Rambler .sales c test..They flew 1 9:00 First Federal
3. : MORNING DEVOTIONS
to Bermuda from New York. Mrs Local Agent Service "
9:15 SWEET MUSIC TIME Lawn Mower Parts and
Smith is the daughter of Mrs R' L 9:30 MARY BLAINE TIME SAVINGS & LOANASsOCIATION
Smith's Drug ,Ad Milliner.SEALY .... 9:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE Service.WILLIAMS .

10:00 MUSIC UNLIMITED ,
in
Williams Andrews.Inc. Dixie-Taylor Hotel Bdg.
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SALE Madison, Fla.IEPIESEHTIHG 11:30 RECORD SESSION PERRY, FLA. GARAGE

THE 11: (SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAM -

TtlYEUtS HARTFORD TUESDAY) : Going Back to School? Campus Leaders Choose..
you must be satisfied ... or 'E 11:50 STORK CLUB, (:MONDAY S
ONLY)
ASSUMES NEW DUTIES 11:55 YOUR FLORIDA GARDEN Samsonite S
WE'LL BUY IT BACK : 12:00VORLD NEWS

-" 12:15 NOONTIME NOTES
Burch Cornelius, supervising prin- Streamlite Luggage
i 12:30 TALK OF THE TOWN
cipal of the Madison public schools
12:40 FARM' NEWS
j for the past four years, has assumedhis
12:45 STATE NEWS
new duties as principal of the
Mattress o 12:50 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM -
Box Spring forty-one teacher Hardee County

Twin ora High School in Wauchula. ..... .
12:55 WEATHER NEWS
T
,Mo Cornelius states he regrets leav- ,
1:00 HILLBILLY HIT PARADE /r.1/z(
ing North Florida but from botha
(FROM THE PASTOR'SSTUDY

x? can't point professional, be the ignored.advantages and a financial are such stand-as 2:00 GOSPEL, WEDNESDAY TIME ) Ji t,. (LO' '_3'

2:30 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM "' t
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I THE WEATHERWeek 3:00 2:45 MUSICAL AFTERNOON INTERLUDE MELODIES l\1\ ,.1/ VI

3:40 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM l

ending August 1st, 1961 1lw
Max. Mm. llf. 4:00 RECORD REQUEST

Wednesday 95 69 .93 5:45 SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS -;:
Thursday 94 67 T 5:55 REPORT FROM TALLA- ,

94 69 .00 HASSEE ( MONDAY ,_
Friday Y = "
You be 1M Judge W.with- ;
:' In 30 days, you can find a Saturday 95 70 .00 THROUGH FRIDAY)
t better mattress for less money buy It I Sunday 97 71 .00 6:00 WORLD NEWS S, -
' Return your Sealy Golden Sleep mattress Monday 97 71 .00 6:15 TWILIGHT TUNES
for fun purchase price of$39.88. Tuesday 98'72 .00 6:59 SIGN OFF rj

THESE BIG FEATURES MAKE THIS BUY FIVE MINUTE NEWSCAST BE-
1 UNBEATABLE FORE THE HOUR; NEWS
TOTAL .93 :
Sea/jr's Edge Gastf-reinforces mattress edge HEADLINES &" WEATHER ON
Rainfall week ending July 29that I _
Lift Line flange COD sfrvcl/oji-secret of : HALF HOUR. -s
Gibson Tower 3.10 in, Lovett
Sealy's smooth batton-I,..surface SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Tower None, Aucilla Tower 1.60 in, a
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Beautiful durable heavy damask cover 7:29 SIGN ON
Sinclair Tower 1.30 in, Mill Creek $ '
LIMITED OFFER GOOD ONLY DURING SUITS GOLDEN SLEEP SAlE' Tower None, Madison forestry head- 7:30 TRAVELING STARS
7:55 NEWS ,
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HHMH9HHHBHHH.1Sealy quarters 0.50 in. '. s :1 NUJ
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8:00 GOSPEL ti
1 HYMN TIME t
"" GOLDEN SLEEP Deluxe Highest temperature for week at 8:30 SHOWERS OF BLESSING '.. .. !:: 'L'S
forestry headquarters, 99 July 26th; 8:45VORi.D NEWS
." lowest,. 77 July 28 29.
i.p--a' Extra Quality Extra Value! 8:50 STATE A."DVEATHER .
t
I wx Rainfall mcnth of July 4.83 in. NEWS 555 :
., Another unbeatable Golden Sleep .
Rainfall first seven months of 8:55 MORNING SPORTS SHOW 'S.
"r> ; buy with extra features and '
t 4, firmness for top quality comfort 1961, 26.37 in. 9:00 JIMMY STROUD Top of the Clan 7 styles for gals 4 style i
and support Sun rises Aug 4th 5:32 sets
;:: am. 9:15 MORMON CHOIR for{tfyvSaimoiMcStream&e works its way I
Edge Card construction 7:28 pm.Moon 9:30 LIGHT & LIFE HOUR M495 ,
'P81CES AT
; 1 dvoufh coOeft witfciu tnpie-ttreazta r START.
xf:; < ; decorator design cover : rises Aug 4th 12:32 am. 10:00 NEWS camtnKtM wd scuff-naaunt wjrl cower;* i r Ia.tr c.. .........,'"-IS
1). t g; : Life Uo FlMQe contraction Moon in constellation of Arie3 10:05 SONGS OF FAITH that UfesMMthsaa. tumble ana stride.Eboiy r ra... ..........UJft
.. R Wore d latex fiber ped for j Aug 4th. 10:32 MEDITATION FOR SUN- Grey.Colorado....,...HawauM Btae t f ta0 rt'o'aae .........IUJSuu ,
added flrmneea ad sapped High tide Aug 4th at St :Marks DAY I la6a'fraNrabe......... :.
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88 light 8:40 am.FOR 10:47 PRELUDE TO WORSHIP ...
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sera. foes ,
'CONVENiEMT 49 s 11:00 COMMUNITY; CHURCH f a isasrs. _sr
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Twin orFwBStee ELECTRONIC : Y ,, ....- ?' .
TERMS t 12:00 WORLD NEWS c. -" { t f' --.
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1 Mss-BOB Sartng F--MIOT' < :1i,
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"'MACS FURMTURE & APPLIANCE '! 1:00 PROTESTANT HOUR .o _. ,. (
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Phone: Cherry Lake 8369 or 5:10 EVENTIDE t Ir 5
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j r COUNTY COURT I Michael Edward Scanlan, failure Mr and Mrs W D LeVeille of
to" have,' vehicle under control, sen- ,DeLand were guests from{ Saturday ,
jI fine! FUN! FUN; Archie Grady Hyde Jr, driving tence withheld. until Wednesday of Mr and Mrs R C .. -
license. Case dismissed as x it's'
without defendant presented valid. driver's, Samuel' Blackshear drunkenness, Dickinson and" Mr and .Mrs JamesHardee o ,. II'aman.I
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525 or thirty flays.

Roller Skating license.Charles Roth, driving'while intoxi- Luther Day drunkenness, $25 or silting :arrest, without violence 'sentence .- r .OOT aL t e 1
., "" 1 .IIt."fDI" $
cated $100 or sixty days, and dri thirty. days.Robert withheU. .
ver's license revoked for three Lee Ware, assault'and Ray Hinley Lynn, failure to yield .. '".,
.f THE months. battery, sentence withheld Also, re- right-Kif-way, $35 or thirty days. r''f' ; ., ...
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/*,*.HAS MOVED BACK TO : --- -, dPcis, : : \; C KOPI :eM. .Ogc'] : "-".- ..

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Hours 7 to 10:30 nightly, .' Ribbon jil UI

except Sunday 2 to 5 TIPTOP ,
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Tear out this ad It's t 4'if QUALITY .
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JOIN THE FUN VOUK ftQOo B us

( ."-.. ,.''\ rc T'' rnWf GIVE RGAST

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-, 419 Base *" CHOOSf OW MO fHANIOCO

Mrs'. 'Patty: Browning Drewry of f Street"IJVWfeori -

Torrance/California and Mr LeVern 'i4teiTtv': P'p
W Olson of Los Angeles, California- FLORIDA OR GEORGIA fRESH DRESSED &
't Florida t
day.their Satur- FRYER 5.

the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection > ; 49cWHITE
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Redondo Beach, California.Mrs : BREASTS
Olson was attended by her I FYNE TEX or
sister. Mrs William H Green of
Long Beach, Calif. : ( OR BLUE)
Mrs Olson is the daughter of Mrs '
William C B-o.tri'.n; of Lovett. For DETERGENT WINGS 25

the past several years she has been

Company associated of with Redondo the Lynch Beach Insurance, Calif. ? GsAlzNE 4ge tl BACKS LB lOc M ERCN ANTS '
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Mr Olson is the son of Mrs Alice k wlm P $T AMA
G Olson of Burbank Calif. and is 00 OR IV1piLE F000
New NECKS LB
associated with the Insurance Firm 1ft"P

of Barker and Olson, Lawndale, Blue
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The couple is residing in Torrance Mi


;(I University schools Mr;Olson California.and of attended graduated Southern the California.from Minnesota the i GIANT CHEER Iii Gizzards LB 25 ____t ___s_n>iRI3'i



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I LIMIT 1 MAXWELL HOUSE WITH FOOD ORDER

r Six Million fr.:1 c=' -
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Dollars' Worth t 1 a
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t Stores, Inc., bought direct from
Florida farmers nearly 6,000,000 1
1 worth of fresh fruits and vegetables hJ-J
during the food chain's, fiscal year .
ended July 1, 1961. The figure represents i t
only the purchases ,made
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through the company's. three field- I 'J : 'j .
buying offices in this state. ,:,.
The Plant City operation of Winn-
Dixie purchased $2,764,790 in pro
duce from that area, including near- LIMIT-1 CHEER WITH FOOD ORDER _

ly lOGO solid carloads of fresh and *5SS3?! -' ,FOOD FAIR COFFEE TBN! 49*
Florida citrus, mostly cranges < :. : :
grapefruit.The .
company's Ponpano buying .
unit paid out $1,803,625 to farmersin I 1
that area for an estimated 650,000 JEWEL or VEGETOLE C soMERCHANTS .
cases or hampers of perishables,
which were sold through their 533 GREEN STAMPS 1
JLBCAN59 WITH THK FUHCHAK Or WHIZ INSTANT "
stores throughout the southeast. CHO& >TMAWVCMMY. CNCMMT VANILLA -
,Winn-Dixie s office at Pahokeepurchased SHORTENING DRINK MIX
542,099 cases of fresh THIS COUPON EXPIRES
merchandise and paid: agricultural i 1000 Elm 1 AUGUST CODE fi.M 1961
operators $1,372,731 for it. .

S 'C Register, headquartered in ,
Jacksonville directs the produce KRAFT'S RICH CREAMY QUART
operation of WinnDixievhose primary I 1

consideration is moving Flori- lIMIT-1 1 .

da products first.HONORED WITH FOOD ORDER MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS

MAYONNAISE WITH THE PURCHASE OP PKO OF
4w 4 "MAYONNAISE 8 LADY FAIR ICED CINNAMON
AT SHOWER BUNS '
rI I Qt 39* THIS COUPON EXPIRES
Miss Joy Gossman, bride-elect L AUGUST 6. 1961IMt .
CODE M litil
was honoree Friday evening at a -
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miscellaneous shower given by Miss t3 gp CAt./F01N/A ,
Martha Selman at her home in ... .
i i Lakeside. I ,
'' Arrangements of lovely mixed
summer flowers were placed at
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS :
t vantage points throughout the'
WITH THE PURCHASE OF 14 OZ
rooms, where guests were enter- CELLO BAD HYDRADE SPANISH
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'' tained. PEANUTS'THIS
I Misses Teena Bunker and Wanda COUPON EXPIRES "i
AUGUST 6. 1961CDDE r
Williams were winners in the games : M
played and received gifts.
The honoree was presented with f

many ,attractive gifts. FRESH CRISP CALIFORNIAPASCAL.
The hostess served cookies hors-
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WITH THE PUIICMAK Or YOUR proux
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Orville Freeman' was a visitor in COCONUT. CUSTARD, '..
this section' the past week ,end. He ','.,,
1 auctioned off" some tobacco;5 at 'the rl'; '_ .' IAA i DANDVQUICK MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS "
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OT PICO
PURCHAK
WITH THE
market, the.t1ist..f.of 1iS'kind -
Valdosta SOUTHERN STV1X COMBINATION :
j he had ever attended, visited' ,.
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with his Assistant Seet'., FULL C .. :
in Quitman
IJPOl1 cetR=m -
GRITS 10 c>
'.tar)'.. sp_*t, the night .at the! ::H, N \ .LB, txls 1tiR ,4 & t
: 1.heme., at.Cherry'TAkendtame : "iL" ; I K i I Ii
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WAITRESS WANTED for 12 noon:
"Too Late To
:<" ClassifybjFOR til 9 P. M. YELLOW PINE RES-
TAURANT Phone HU 39101. Don't Miss .
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:" SALE: 1959 Chev- BOSTON BULL TERRIERS ,FOR MIDSUMMERClearance PRICES !
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.. SALE 2 months old. Phone HU

H 1 rolet 4-dr sedan, 2- '-3-6309. 49-lt-ch SaleCARMICHAEL'S RESTAURANT ,

r p tone paint white side- WANTEDNOWListings AT EQUIPMENTDishes I
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,: : "IC on small and large farms. ; Glasses, '

wal tires, 19,000acfual list Sales now-the have been time good is right.this year AND Silverware, Pots and

Your listing will have my :personal MISS, AMERICA SHOP Pans
J miles .l-owaer attention "Now. .

Begins Friday, Aug.' 4th,'9'a.f m. and like new., WELLS,: Broadus Wleughby ., Quitoan Ga. SOUTHERNSALVAGE CO.

.: ON REALTOR TREMENDOUS SAVINGS FOR
.'. Phone HU 3-6481Madison VALDOSTA. .
GA.
: All Spring and'Summer-'Mdse., BOAT SHOP, HU, 3-1 > THE ENTIRE FAMILY ._ I

*, .' Well Wedding
2545.49ltpd osman --
/ $29.95 DRESSES .:. ::.;.........:.:. .. ...:..'. $18.00 ,

25.00 :DRESSES ..,.. .'....:. .. .. .. .. .., $15.00 ,Due to a -change- of plans the
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$22.95 DRESSES .. .:-:T;. .. .. .. ... .....:''r 3.00 FOR .SALE, : 1953 Chevrolet panel Gossman-Wells wedding will take
truck ideal for fishing. 1955 Plymouth *
$19.95 DRESSES .. .i..-.'.':.*.; .. .. .::.:'.'.:.-:.'.:=. 12.95 '4 door car, in good con- place at 5:30 pm Friday .AUgUst >;
4th, 1961, at the First Methodist {:
$17.95 DRESSES ,..'.-.i. '. ". '. ,*. ',.,..:;... $10.98 dition. Boats and Motors. MRS. church Madison, Fla.. All friends i
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$14.95 DRESSES ....... ..-.I..V* ;::" (,|.. $ 8.98- BUTCH Madison.; FAVORS Perry 49-2t-pd Rd,' and relatives invited 49-lt-ch \ ,t-;'' \

$12.95 DRESSES ...... .. ... ..:..'...,......:::.'.$ 7.98 \ ;; '

$10.95 DRESSES ... .... ...... ....,..... .. ..'. .. .$ 6.98 FOR$15.00 SALE MRS: Baby PATTERSON crib like, phone new : UsedT-V > : < -.

$ 8.98 DRESSES' v . .. .. .. .. ........ ..-. .... $ 5.98 HU 3-9101, Madison. 49-lt-pd E-Z TERMS -
Few $5.00, Few $3.00, Few $1.00 "YOU' : .
.FOR SALE: Several nice saddle MesserBattery 4 L. FLIP OVER THIS
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ALL SKIRTS, BLOUSES, SHORTS AND SWIMSUITS horses. MARTHA ANN WARING, JULY: AUGUST, SEPTEMBER .. *i -
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,,' : HU 36461. 49-lt-ch .
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REDUCED & Tire ,Co. SPECIALS' \ ,
FOR SALE: Registered polled Hereford COLD WAVES $5.00
Hand Bags Reduced. % Price '. _.... .. .. bulls, all ages and '12 year- HAIR CUTTING ".. ,.,. ,
'": SAME KIND / ling heifers. All calfhood vacci- Anniversary SaleAT >
OF SALE WE ALWAYS HAVE = & STYLING $1.00er
nated. R B BRYAN. Madison, Fla.
All Sales Cash and Final No Exchanges .. 493tpdFOR SHAMPOO & SET $1.50

SALE OR RENT: '''My house,. Beauty Is Our Business' '
IRENE'S DRESS SHOPlIADISON on Park Circle in Two, ''.Master Beauticians Advancedin .
.Lakeside.l.BUDDY
HOLTON'ph WAmj W.. hair cutting, hair styling and
49-2t-ch cosmetology
FLA. I <-
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL SAMMIE BRADLEY
FOR RENT: Two bedroom,house.
: Call HOWARD STUDSTILL, HU Call HU 36262Pickup CLAUDIA LUNSFORD
Cooking pears for sale, T C '
3-6106 office or home HU 36630. .'. k CHERRY 2-5051 VALDOSTA GA.
MERCHANT. 49tfchFIVE & Delivery Service ;" .

I For ': Sammie's Beauty Salon
The Big Annual! PUREBRED ANGUS BULLS PrescriptionsSMITH
FOR SALE: From 3 months to 18 the Madison and
Located At Clyattville's Shopping Center On
months old. Priced from $150. DRUG STOREMADISON
SALE up. Contact R C DICKINSON, Valdosta Highway No. 31
Phone HU ;32517. 49-tf-ch FLA. I
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Friday and Saturday BIRTHDAY' PARTY Hicks&Webb Warehou '

August 4 and 5 The home of Mr and Mrs Larrie
Cherry of Lee was the scene of a
Siinnyland WeinersOZ. lovely birthday party Sunday afternoon i ,

when their daughter Joan Has Done It Again .. '

12 pkg 35c Twenty-five celebrated young her sixth friends birthday.enjoyed


3 pkges 99c he The party pretty with Joan.(doll birthday cake .

FREE SAMPLES FOR Every was decorated in pink and blue. This Firm In Quitman '
Punch and small cakes were served ,
body this week end.
and favors for the children were .
CHARLIE WYNN, Market; balloons and harps.
Mgr, invites you to taste and Assisting entertaining and serving '

enjoy delicious SUNNYLAND the guests were Joan's grandmother Opening Day Average '

WEINERS! Mrs M W Cherry Sr and : .
Mrs John Cherry, Sissy Cherry and
Becky Flowers.
MIDWAY COMMUNITY NEWS
Joan received many attractive
Mr and lIrsVillie Hunter of gifts. 62.92c Per PoundMonday's '
Vero Beach are here spending some

time with Mr and Mrs Berry Rye Call HU 36262Pickup '..
and children. ; .",
Messrs Claude and Keith Newmanof & Delivery Service

Clearwater spent two weeks herer For Prescriptions Average 64.02c Per Pound
vrjth} Mr and Mrs Edgar Cruce and ; i
children.Mr ._
Lex Webb of Jacksonville SMITH DRUG STOREMADISON "
spent the weekend with Rev and :

Mrs Carl Webb. FLA. So Hicks & Webb ., : :

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in Sunday School, Sunday July 30. NEW. DUTIESMr ... .
Burch Cornelius has assumedhis !tf. ; ,
The church is growing in spirit the $::,..,.., -- -' ..!.., ,
new duties as principal of '
AU who attend really like the kind- '. : ::: "nII .

ness of the people toward them.They .. High forty-one School__n__teacher_ Wauchula.___ ..,__unn Hardee._ Cornelius__County_n_ ljW Led The Whole Belt '
are always friendly and welcome states he regrets leaving North Flo- I
each visitor to all services. +
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The people of our community financial standpoint, the ad- :- ; a
send their congratulations to Mr vantages are too great to ignore.
and Mrs Lester Bell on the arrival Through the cooperation of the \ WE INVITE YOU TOiq' '
of their son born July 21st. This is School Officials and the work ofa / ,.
fine group of teachers, Madison % ,.
their first child. ; r" ..,'
High School has made much progress :r .
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towards higher scholastic '',_ '\ : :. A' BRING YOUR TOBACCO
CALENDAR OF SMALL ; ,
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CLAIMS COURT i'i'.y; .:. .
years. .': ''f.. 1. .if) :.
204 C T McWilliams Jr vs W C Mrs Cornelius and Bill will join > 0< '
Thigpen, 15.50; Trial set for later Mr Cornelius Wauchula after >: .. .:':...; w ___. .,a""::_ ,. WHERE WE ASSURE. .'' .
date. their home on the corner of Duva! : :: ;: ;:. .. v.:, .:' ., / ':
205 C T McWilliams, Jr8 J'V and Pinckney Streets*has been MId. .7JG .,:.;1., .:: 7
Cathy who is assistant cashier. ..- -, .' :
Thompson, 14.18; Trial set for later ,YOU IT WILL BRING
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Chemstrand in Pensacola during the .. ;.
date. _
summer will return to Rollins Col- r :,. S .
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208 T M Ho-.verton. Jr vs Rosa .. : ,
Lee Thomas, 83.95; Continue until For higher than ordinary S FRIENDS8m: TEAM : \
SELLING ,
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at lower usual
quality than n
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f.' 210 T M Howerton. Jr vs JV prices see McLEOD FURNITURE -

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LAST.Judgment 'Is God's; y'dr' ?
the, first Judgment is the rwkl v'.r
neighbors. The very first is the r
family, to be sure; but Dorcas ''v.G' : ,. a. :
family Is not mentioned. Dorcas g td ry., is a ;caZ,
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,pae character whom we never .' ,A'fWY
see alive; all we ;' r9 -
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what the neighbors : ., i'
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I I he died. Every .z }
; thing was ready
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JlSimonrPeter.Per
Dr.-Yoteman haps they expected

the miracle, perhaps not At any SyY s ,
-rttle;;'Simon prayed and there th
was no'funeral after all. .


fliBimbirtd-For Whit t f .1.wY+vi: fi, ,.I;' :a,

.A..funeral 'Is..a great place for Erg.v4a.r .
memories. Every; one comes early !s a :
1 and'theY'lt there thinking about .
their memories of the one who hasdied. 'T'ree..Rye + ) 1f '
And after the funeral they "': %} : .M. -
1.talk with one another about the ; : "
t one they all remember. But if pea .: 7# : Y'.; .K S
;; pIe are 'remembered it Is always ,1r
because of something in particular. -
One man Is remembered for :..
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his funny atones, another for his r yr: Skgt/ t
bad temper, another for his
sharpness business, another because S
he was the governor. Good, !'lno.y 1r' ;:>'ix AOga yak c.t :;} ? .N Er.w.: p
bad or indifferent we shall all be .
remembered for something or 4w..ul...+'"" .t : :. ,iti.M
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other. This Dorcas was remembered ;:
for clothes-not the clothes
she wore but those she had made \ 'p4 '
for others. In those days a widow -4

had no.way of earning an income, t Eya ;.Ga 4 .. ,
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and life insurance was unheard- r'
of.. So Dorcas had with her own IV.VA kIVVdSNVNR'M.M4VV.VMI, : ;:J+.
hands.made ::: ; nxmir i fF45n; "
many a garment for (1
poor widows-and that was what

the women brought to the funeral. LEtrtiM: : ; :+';: Suppose Dorcas had been a : _'
dreamer and an Interider' ? Sup ) .___ .-, :t

pose clothing she foi had: :,poor thought neighbors'was that making :;{ THE CHURCH FOR ALL .") Swing, me, Mommy, she saY s. Swing me high!! All the' ;;. ;. -


somehow Suppose she ben ha\.',th dreamed her dignity of some? .. .' f ALL FORTH" !Ex CHURCH '/ .., __ wa; ]p to the clouds, if you can! _' '. .:. :: \ -
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big thing like the '. > .
changing world ,
; II. Church the greatest factor on earth (ot' -:

BO people there.anywhere7 would never..Good be.intentions any?poor th'ic;,. ls character and- good citizenship.It .' I smile and say; "I can't; not that high, darling." But still ,- ". "

-dead good intentions-may be is a storehouse of spiritual'values. Without ar : I push' the swing and watch her soar skyward. Then she comq \
remembered at the funeral but strong Church_ neither democracy nor civilization '. : __ _
they are not cherished.-Better to can survive. There are four sound reasons why i i back to earth again, giggling, That time I nearly touched the

handkerchief be remembered actually for made ones ,small than I every support person the Church.should attend They services are ((1)) regularly For his own and, '. clouds I didn't. I, Mommy?". I 1 laugh and say, "Well-nearly I. ,

for a princess'wardrobe intendedbut sake. (2)) For his children's sake ((3)) For the per rips." I 1

unmade. sake of his community and nation. ((4)) For the ;

They Wanted Her BackMost i, sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral '
people at a funeral would 4. and material support. Flan to go to church I 1 look down at her, and for a desperately tender moment! .I .

or tell him-back you they wish again.they But had all her-the .. regularly: and read your Bible daily. \vish that I could always keep that smile"on her face, this laugh .J '-

stories up in about their"dead"caskets people also tell sitting of- 3a3: Book Chapter Vases in her voice, the happy conviction that she nearly touched the 4 I j

panic in the audience. Most people : Sunday Psalms 105 16-1> / clouds. Like all parents, I yearn to spare my child sorrow, anger,
who have acquired the title "Late"like ., : Monday Psalms 105 i
"the late John Smith"-if J Tuesday Psalms 119. 9.16 1 liurt of every kind. I yearn to keep from her the knowledge that "I

they after came their funeral back three would months find ;' Wednesday Proverbs % 4 .14-25 .[ none of us ever quite touch. the clouds. And I know I' can't .: -;

themselves in an embarrassing 1 Thursday Proverbs 22 1-6' j
else would 1 Friday" I 'TimothrJI 6 6-12 ,
Somebody
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have the old Job maybe somebodyelse Saturday Timothy 1 1.7 So I am thankful-more thankful than ever ',for the Church,' '

house would. worst be living of all in, after the the old and the lessons it is, teaching her. None of us can give our chil* r: .,-

many at the funeral nice things it's too that bad.to were spoilit said ..... .' dren perpetual sanctuary. But all of us can help them find Faith.
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all by going back in real life 4.i
not quite the saint you were said

to be by the' preacher. Co uhf 1961,Krister Adv.Service,far*Slnsburg, Vf -- .- .../ t
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Dorcas was that rare kind of per
son. Her needle and thread her
practical skill all gone 1ow..There
was no one to take her place. Peo 1

ple wanted her.back.. .Just as she These Religious Messages Are Being Published Each.. Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals and -
was. Even God ,wanted her back, r 1. ,
or Peter's prayer would have been y .*' ,, a in vain.-How much of ,a hole :Establishments. : 'it...:?
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Dorcas professed..Would.ahoJave :! .. j
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things the women showed him t- MADISON,. FLORIDA from the Boys :.;. -, i

were things that Dorcas made on t.o ( :"). i.. .:",. _.: :" '/; '." ;, .

she week-days did on,no week-days doubt. It that was made what .0:'" ti. :.,WESTERN AUTO.STORE.. ..-. DUNN FURNITURE CO. .r t:; .' J A !

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her memorable and beloved. Now p.I t""f ': 1 5 -

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follower of the Lord Jesus, the '''': -,: 't.t t" <<; ....-/ .. ,...-..;. '''l QUALITY CLEANERS '"-! .:]!,- s. "a.-. .... "

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having said this'important thing : ; : When clothesare not ; 4" ?
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your becoming to you "
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about Dorcas. Luke (writing: AcM) .: ..... < ,
at once says m.'.was fun of good ., '. .*. '_x_... FLORIDAFraJeighAshley '_,,:.'...... .t'K.- J i.... becomingrto.. us' 4 _-- Phone HU 3-2355. y.- :. .-,; ,- _".. '; .J--i<'.. ]
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S CIRCUIT COURT A BEAUTIFUL GREENVILLE COURT

t HELPING AMERICA GROW ,.

MIRROR SPINET PIANO
Johnny Lee (Red) Jennings,
A growing savings and loan business helps make your community & Farmers Mutual :Exchange of
t (better place in which to live, work and raise a family. Your savings and COMPLETELY REBUILT charged with public drunkenness
nxs Madison Inc plaintiff vs:; Fred
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i (those of your neighbors.which,now total $60 billion in Insured Savings M" fro Dasher defendant. Court finds 3 year Warranty )(>nd, forfeited.
: anctfLoaa Associations provide to build homes in ff -:: '.
: money your oc that defendant is not entitled to If you are considering buying a .. Cw.' ..- .. s--
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offset his admitted in-
against piano be sure to checli this buy atKEN'S
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debtedness the: net margins or ex- We Have a Full Line of
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There is scarcely a person who does not benefit, directly or indirectly / age, dividends and issues final Dwoskin

(from your savings. So the money you place in your Insured Savings and judgment in favor of plaintiff for Madison Fla. -
Loan Association America '
helps '
grow. 'l" 2966.01 together with costs of
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r $12.90. and owner of insurance policy in
: Disabilities of non-age of Claude question.G .
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Nicholas Strickland removed. F Andrews and Murray Lou
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Annie Laura Gibson McCown, in- .Andrews Sterchi, executrix, vs WALLPAPERCastle
DIVIDENDS > dividually and as executrix plain- ;Ralph E Davis and wife. Geo B ParkVALDOSTA
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Other Loans -_______'___ __________ 13,075.36 ;r. <:.v q'r : .'
: For, 60 years Firestone has led the '
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Investments and Securities : 8200.00 J rA
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Cash on Hand and in Banks ._:-___--_--_ 237,587.49 :; of tires.. adhering to the motto 36

i Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment, Less ,. ,{,.i ...' "Your, safety is our business. at I l MONTH ad HwnI ( \
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Firestone. This dedication to the
Depreciation ___________-_________ 14,982.91 .. .
safety of the motoring public has
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TOTAL ASSETS ______j_____ __ $1,311,726.92 1 1 t:>'/ :- 'produced, the finest tires available "r .1

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Savings Accounts ______________ $1,264,787.74 1 : :";r'

Loans in Process _.'. ----_________ 35541.57 4';. ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE

Other Liabilities _______-____.. .. ___ 2,288.22 .
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Federal Insurance Reserve _______ 9109.39 -i!, .. :
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OTALLILTI'I. __._________ $1,311,726.92 ..
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SUNBEAMS 75th BIRTHDAY : To Gel Degree FIRESTONE CHAMPIONS ,.:.

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{o ----- HITCHCOCK Boar luwtirttton*tin it Priced From Only .,
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Thirty-three children from seven REFRIGERATION SERVICE LAKELANI -Josephine G Beardof '.Aga :+ .o.ta"n. 6.70-15 Black no,
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churches attended the associational Madison, Florida Madison is among 65 seniors of 1M ori a1 and. 88 Rayon Tube-t 7Ps. k
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who are due to receive degrees ApiDII& DOnDI l eo.a ba rdiia 12 '
Lake Baptist (GICIIpt n b1 pmetma.A Plus tax and Mr' off "-
Sunbeam Camp at Cherry MONTH MONTH
PHONE HU ,36339if August 4 at the annual August eocovaterecl ""f7da'l your ear REGARDLESS itaet tlatrl g tsar't
: church July 18. Mrs Hazel no answer. Call commencement exercises of Florida !.-.. Ot:,:;:. Of CONDITION..gas t ,,#

Woodard associational Sunbeam *, HU 3-2560 I Southern College here. == m.d..iffioat.. peoeaW etrep tn.d. RYLOI only *1 more __ tmou.wr .. ;,1;
leader was assisted by'Mrs Mizell ..:;,.,. . '. She is a candidate for the Bache ..sad ..... CIa list CIa pcioe.w ",',_ ,. <'
lor of Science degree in business at tilDe GI M' WHITEWALLS *3 mn .. '"
White song leader and Rev Paul only .. Travis of Pmetta. who gave the I l administration. r ...... l
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tnoniine watch. to the ladies of the association in .' .d .r !
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PHONE HU 3-6749 MADISON FLA.Enjoy .
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.q' *%::.... .. Paying 4% On SavingsSOUTHEASTERN i :. .. ; : > 10 :"

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BEST WISHESMADISON \ ; Phone 154-W .S '. GOODS ARE COMING IN NOW

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TOBACCO MARKETUSE and 'extends BEST WISHES ; .

LONG DISTANCE AND FOR A SUCCESSFUL 1961
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SAVE TIME AND MONEY!

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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
RETARDED CHILOREN Association will appreciate any
USED WASHERSGOOD
help from anyone to contact the
WELCOME :MADISON TOBACCO GROWERS' -BUYERS I J' i i I parents of these children.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant President Opal Dietrich called a SELECTION
to a writ of Execution, fi fa There will be a special: call meet- HGWERTON SUPPLY CO.
FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE OR TRUCK PARTS \ meeting July 24 at 8 p m of Madi-
f ::. ,issued out of the County Court, son Co Association for Retarded ing Aug 7, S p m, in the Ag centerIt .
Madison County, Florida, dated Au- is hoped that plans can be made
gust 26, 1960, in the cause whereinthe children. Since Madison County has
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at that time for opening Classat
We sell Plasti-Tak s' cks to
: National Advertising Cempany, been allocated one unit for special ; every
.. ( SEE I"\ : :; a corporation, is Plaintiff, and Leroy -" education, plans for best use of unit beginning school year. :thing and never dries out. We sell
.4.i' Wadkins d/b/a Madison Saw had to be made. Supt Griffin Bishop staples, erasers, tape, and school
Pencils, staple kits, and
supplies.
I Wilson Auto Parts, Inc. Shop,:; is Defendant, I, Simmie H led the. general discussion which Pretty North Florid, Junior Col- glitter too. We sell brushes, envelopes
Moore, Sheriff, Madison County, opened the meeting. The group,.,lege colored cicture pos cards 5c and ink. In fact, everything
__ Your NAPA Dealer Florida, have levied upon all the voted to make a survey in the, each at The Enterprise-Recorder except. bolita tickets and money.!
l .., :right title and interest of the I
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.,.. 1 the following, described personal! Ralph Adolph Lee improper passing I Thomas Harvey, speeding; $35 or
Phone HU 3-2221. '-: '" Madison, Fla. :property, in.a building located on County Court or thirty days. thirty days. (
$35 .
.. '. ....t > -.',... the North side of the Valdosta s McDaniel, 'failure to re- I Charlie Edwards, driving without,
load within. the Limits of Thomas
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j Madison to wit: Hughey reckless .port accident $25 or thirty days. James C Davis, drunkenness, $35
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-.. 9 Outboard Motors driving (willful and wanton., ), Willie Z Lester, driving without fine. .
13 Lawn Mowers $25 or thirty days. I proper license, $35 or thirty days. I
1 Oxygen Tank Rufus Benjamin Revell, speeding J W Parker, no tag, $35 or thirty I II
1 Acetylene Tank / $35 or thirty days. days. DON'T MISS BONUS

.. ., .. S Save Some of. That 1 Mall Chain Saw John; Lawson Bryant, speeding, Sam Wesley. drunkenness, $35 or .
4 Gasoline Engines $35 or thirty days. thirty days.Herman Green Stamp : Couponin

TOBACCO MONEY 1 Stewart-Warner Ice Box Bobby Nelwyn Elmore, speeding, Brooking:, driving with-
1 Electric Hand Drill
Motor $35 or thirty days. out license, $35 or thirty days. .
1 Electric Compressor
and earn a 1 Gash Register Lesley Murry Hewett, driving Milton Rogars Braswell, speeding, Smith's Drug Ad .
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1 Wheel-Type Pulpwood Saw without license, $35 or thirty days. $50 or thirty days.
., 1 Tool Cabinet Frank B Hughes, speeding, $35 or John Edward Hall in, speed too '
Cooking for sale. T C
BIG 4 pears
11 % 1 Parts Cabinet thirty days. great for conditions, sentence with- I'

,._ F ... ", :, : 4" *' 1 .Wooden Work Bench ., James, ,JJillidge, drunkenness, .$35 held. MERCHANT. .
at 1 Metal Work Bench or thirty days.Summer .
1 Electric Coffee Pot Tooks, drunkenness. $25 : .

3 1 Straight Electric Chairs Soldering Gun or thirty days. 1":1."". '''! rmrI'. MI

1 4-door Plymouth Automobile. John Alvin Watson. speeding, $35 .y/
or thirty days.Fred
Serial No. 22348384
Miscellaneous Hand Tools Albert McKoon, drunkenness '

Miscellaneous Chain Saw and $35 or thirty days. I COOL -", "S"'I :

Saving & Loan Association Hand Mower Parts Isac Arnold Jr dri"ingi out' ,
Miscellaneous Gasoline Engine license, $25 or thirty days. <
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VALDOSTA, GA. I Parts,.used and new Rossevelt Duckett, permitting: unauthorized ; ;"''

Miscellaneous\ used parts andscrap. person to drive, $25 .or -
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On the 7th day of August A D .-' : 0xt4MAD1S0N
Remotors.pairs ona11 small gas The 1961, at the front door of the Eugene Givens, driving without
HOWERTON SUPPLY I I Singer man is atRuby's present location of the said pro- :I license, $25 or thirty days.

and Mc- I perty, in the City of :Madison, Flori John Wayne Oliver, speeding, $35or
Briggs-Stratton
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Fabric Shop da, between the legal hours of sale, v thirty days. -. ,* -', -
Culloch Sales and Service. to wit: 11:00 o'clock in the fore- Milton Perkins, speeding, $25 or ; : 1DRUG

Tuesday. noon and 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon thirty days. _
every I will offer for sale the said Jerry Bouie, speeding, $35 or
STOCK CAR RACESAT property and will sell at public thirty days. STORE
'best
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outcry Troy Lupe. drunkenness $35 or
bidder or bidders, for CASH, the
TERMITES
THE proceeds to be applied as far as thirty days. HU 3-2300 MADISON, FLA. =
may be to the payment of costs joseph' Thelton McCranie, drunk: .

? THUNDERBOWL'SPEEDWAY and satisfaction of the above described enness, $35 or thirty days. Prescriptions ."
Salfore drunkenness; :
execution. Barkley, '
Dated this llth day of Jrtr, A $35 or thirty days.Leola Called For And ;i

KILL THEM Yourself with ARAB D 1961. Burt, driving without li \ .1\ / :
U-DO-IT TERMITE CONTROL SIMMIE H MOORE, Sheriff, cense, $35 or thirty days. .
.... tioe .. ..*. w, i. .** "e, Madison County, Florida Joseph Leland Reid, speeding 1JJ13k! DeliveredR1T1IL J
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Every Saturday night .Iec.c.t FREE /.Id.4 d. $25 -or thirty days. \
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Olan Lee, drunkenness, $25 or
Weather Permitting SKIN ITCH thirty days. Compete Line of :;

J, DON'T SCRATCH IT! DEALS PatriciaAnn- Becklin, speeding,
S 1st RACE 8:00 P. M. LAND 5 5
Scratching spreads infection causing $25 or thirty days. Max Factor Revlon
Admission I $1.50 MORE pain:, Make this test. Apply -j- ,
James Lavon Shrevens, speeding, \ X
Children Under 12 50c.FREE rrCH-ME-NOT.minutes and Itching quiets down $35 or thirty days. Cosmetics
antiseptic action Yardley
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Children Under 5 ,, ... peed healing: Use instant-drying Sidney H Pridgeon to Alva ..1 Allen Bartow Keene, driving on t : v: ;' .
.": ,tt, ITCH-ME-NOT for eczema, insect Patterson 'Jr, Lot 25, Yellow Pine: left half of roadway, $25 or thirty *
LOCATIONTurn ? .Jtt. bites, 'toe.itch, other surface rashes.; SID. ''" I days. Refresh Yourself at onto Soda (Fountain

ft 5 miles north. If not pleased, your 480 back at Davie C Vickers to John F Johnson Dale Everett' Newton improper, .Welcome All Tobacco Growers, Buyers, lyajre- .:
.of Valdosta any.drug store. TODAY: at SMITH'S' aaJ Marian W Johnson, Lot passing, $25 or thirty days. .. _, -. e !:e

at :Mineola, take right\.turor DRUG STORE. (advt) 13, Blk' D,''Vickers Southside S/D. Lonnie Bishop Coker, -. drunken .. "housemen. '
9-". I dayS.- ::V- We mac MERCHANTS. GREEN STAMl on /eash
4 mile .to the .Corene Wilson Studstill to Sylvester ness, $25 or thirty "
\Wfflie failure*to yield -= '' .purchases AND ,ALL ACCOUNTS- PAID
I I It *Bryant and wife;Lots 8 arid Houston, on

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Come Clean With Us and We Witt ,
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: ... BUYS A REGULAR $16.95 ., -.
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DUNN FDRNIIDRE CO. .'
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MADISON 35,000 BTU HEATER Ii
f'-,; \ WELCOMES YOU TO MADISON ; FOR EITHER LPOR :. () &;:MARGARET. L-'AYr.:.
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bone HU 5-2340 Madison, Florida A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL RESERVE YOURS SAMMIE LINDSEY
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ALL J pink, blue and whiteplain
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i TRADE IN MADISON all "" 3 Motor Compay.

... -Jj/ Green Sn"nR$1 Phone' HU 3-2233 Madft, Fla.
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Farmers BUY YOUR FURNITURE .
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AUTO PARTS, ACCESSORIESAND "
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III I. EQUIPMENT I WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS ,' ,
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Pfaone HU 3-2267. Madison, Fla.
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LADUS: FOR THE LATESTHair QUALITY MEATS GROCERIFS : .
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W. T. BILLY ''. ,
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Vertle's: Beauty Salon r. MADISON FLORIDA ,

Setzer's Shopping Center SEE US FOR MEAT FOR YOUR FREEZER
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL HU 3-6230 !
HU 3-2566 Madison\ FloridaLatest .
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PHONE 7651 QUITMAN J' BLANKETS


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Kirby Shoe Shop Robbie Brooks Junior DressesSportswear AIR CONDITIONING, ELECTRIC $14.99
L'aegon Dresses PLUMBING, HEATING CONTRACTORS .
The Music Box Ycur. Dollars Buy More at Our Store Girls School Dresses ;I T-V SERVICE., RADIO SALES & ,LADIES WINTER.COATS
Betty Rose Suits and Coats
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RECORDS' st' tpI9 00 '-

". HI-FI &STEREO Shoes for the Entire -, Q HOME' FINANCING REMODELING,
T.V.and Radio Repairs + Warmack'sNEW ,.: > : '' Use Ou r La y-a.Way Plan .
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all work guaranteed Family <"" .' _'.H'O. __ __ .. ; 'l
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3 Phone 451 'Quitman Westinghouse Sylvania Appliances, .....
Downtown t QuitmanBanrs' S Upholstery Refrigerator- Service : ..The. Bank of f Quitmanf -
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FOR SMALL EXTRA :MONTHLY PAYMENT. ; -.. ,: .: :, i" .r;" | announce the engagement of their
"'> daughter, Patricia Ann, to William.

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I Forest Ranger School in August.
The wedding will be an event of
I COMPLAINS, OFTREATMENT Madison .County'sForgotten forward and help us-in letting us 'September 3 at 4 p. m. in the Lee
know who
you are? All records on
will
Baptist Church. The wedding
your child are confidential. Neither be followed by a reception in the
Facts About Children the County Supt. office
your doctornor Educational Building of the church.No .
your Health Department can
invitations are being sent
--- tell us who
No Longer you are. You must come locally, but all friends and relativesof
Th\ to Several in
Enterprise-Recorder is in us. our group have the couple are invited.
receipt of a letter signed only offered to council you. I personallywill
"Taxpayers of talk with any parent. For I .
; this County" which
Farm "There are no magic keys to understand. I have gone through 'Sto1H Hoop; sjj PUB .I1'l
New Folks complains of alleged
unjust treat-
open doors but light can be let in those dark hours too. Or call or talk ''sua.Iud Sq 30 ssanS puajjaaM oopuBiao
ment by officers in
arresting colored through windows' .of understanding." with your pastor, he will tell us, -e.\\ jo SipiH; P-iojaj
people accused of being drunk. We I am the mother of a mentally or a teacher in special education,

pass this along for what it is worth. retarded child ___...__. your County Supt of Schools, your this information before Aug. 7th.
Jasper last Fall after Reggie John-
We feel that law officers should be I thank God over and over again health doctor or County Health MRS :MELVIN E DIETRICHPres.
Rudy Hamrick, County Agent sold the farm and
son moved to as courteous and considerate as because our child was born in an Nurses. We are all waiting to help Madison County Asso. for

Ocala. possible under the circumstances; era when I can have the NERVEto you. If you do not come forward Retarded Children Rt. 3, Box 249.

II Last week we looked over the There's only a short distance to however, they do frequently have put these words in print. From so that we have the minimum Date ...__........_.....__..._........_....__
Russell Carter)family. new owners travel to Church since the family difficult characters to deal' with time immemorial these children number of students to enroll then Name of parent ...___........_.._______
of the old Fate :Kelley' place and attends the Pine GroBaptist times ,''have been the "forgotten children"'of the grant for this teacher will be (first) (middle) (last)
part of the Thurston flames farm. so with danger to their own our society. Due to ignorance lost to you and be used in another Address _._.__.___... ..
Church. livfe's.v- '"
Today, Were venting abc 1u 1L. the.""" : and the; pr railing belief that his way,r .. .' ...0-----...=. .
operator and farm resident" the "Kir Law'11 s been'TSusy recently Thefetter also"complains of lack lot was hopeless, he has often been You- ds1"'and neighbors of Telephone .:_...;.._..I.: ____-
ALBERT and LIELA LAWfamily.. harvesting and curing the 16 acres* of recreational facilities for the treated little- better than an animal. parents of'r'retarded children urge Name of Child .._._.; '

They live on the Kelley place, about of tobacco. The Hicks variety was negro race. There are some such Now in every area of our nation them and help. them to come Date of Birth .;._......_._X.. Sex _

3fc miles from Madison on the planted, highly fertilized, irrigatedand opportunities at the colored school there is overwhelming evidence forward-into the Light of Understanding ,Type of Retardation' if known ....:,...
Rocky Ford Road. has an extra large leaf. The .and the college here, and we agree that the old era of defeatism and -_..._.n ...... ...._ ___. ,
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despair is giving to HOPE. Below is
is way a registration form, -- -- ----- -
i Like the Carters', the Law chil- crop being gathered by meansof that there should be more, of a' .. .
I Ten years ago there was no organized you need not use it if another -- -- ------ --- ----------- -------
{i dren are all girls. a mechanical harvester. Tendingto clean, healthful nature. We feel I national group to help the way is easier and it does not Is child at home? _._._____ '
Robbie 14, attends Madison High, the barns of tobacco for this that even in these times of tension If does he
.retarded-today the National Asso- commit you to anything. Send it so (she) attend public
and Rhonda, 10 goes to the Pinetta planting is a full time job for him.: there are still a great many people ciation for Retarded child- to any one of the persons listed school class?' _._.____..___._...._._... ...._
School. Their mailing address is Next Week We'll write about of'good will among both races, and ren has 800 local units in 50 If so
Rt 3, Box 13, Madison. a really big family, the Clyde that there are many white people states. Madison county's ARC is

The Law family moved here from 'Plainses. I who would cheerfully help members lone of these 800. _
of the colored race in providing i r' Ten years ago medical researchon I
Miss Connie Pepera is at home i these and other facilities of a help- mental retardation was virtually -
Try WHITE-TOP DRIVE-
from Camp Ton-a-wan-dah. Hen- I: ful and worth-while nature. non-existent. Today research i
IN'S REGULAR MEALS, dersonville, N C where she had I grants amount to several million'

they're delicious, friend. been a counselor this summer. .,dollars annually.
ALL-ELECTRIC LIVING Ten years ago there was no diagnostic BUILDING MATERIALS
POPULARThe clinic in the United States

where parents could take a mentally ........ ,- ..-
.1 popularity of all-electric i nonexistent. Today researchive 4

1h In Valdosta living is being dramatically provedin evaluation and receive practical
Florida with the Medallion guidance for tile child's future.

Home Program, according to R N Today there are 75 such clinics. .. ,
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Ten years ago at the 1950 White 210-lb. Roofing,
Robertson director of residential f
for Conference on children and youth 55 75
development the Florida Power square
mental retardation had no placeon e
The Place To Shop Is Corporation. the agenda. In 1960 it ranked
I Robertson reported that 6,880 all- third in a total of 30 topics.In .
electric Medallion Homes have been 1950 little was being done to No. 1 Oak Flooring 5155 00 ;

,built within FPC's 31-county service -,train these children. Today there a white per 1,000 feet I.,.
area since the program beganin \Are public school programs for "f
I :March.: '1958. | educable and trainable retardatesin .:
Castle ParkThe I I There have been 1.471 homes all but two states. Full Thick Insulation, a' />

I certified as having met the high I II I Where does Madison County fit .per 1,000 548 I 00 :
in
I standards of the Medallion since'' here? In less than a year an r3
Association for Retarded Childrenwas '
i January 1 of this year. This figure formed -a
enlisting and
represents an increase over the whole receiving 4x8 Bath Tile, ... ... .. 1t
Modern Shopping CenterFree hearted support from every ..., : 57 50
same period, last year. l:' cheet '
'I agency In the county dealing with .t. ;
I Medallion homes have become increasingly children or families. ..
popular with newcomers Through the concentrated effortsof '

I to the State as well as with established all these groups the County -' Flat Porch Columns, g p,= '

Parking i residents. The sign of the Board of Education received in June I ,each ;., -. 54 20 '' \it; .
!Medallion is the home buyer's as- a grant to pay the salary of one I a '!.
teacher to begin classes for these
house 'k
surance that a has full house- ;-
children who are no longer for-
wiring light for better living .
power Corner Porch Columns
and, ,modem electric appliances. gotten. ; :;. .. I7J 50 :
Monday night (July 24)) at a .t- -each. ; .

Visit These Friendly Stores: ,. special meeting of the group, plans f"L:
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-< SELLS FIFTY were made 5> find out where .l-
would be the best place to start Also low prices on other merchandiseS : ',.
: Tommy Kiser was top E-R newsboy -with the trainables in a special
CASTLE PARK VARIETY STORE
salesman last week. He sold school or in special classes for the f
educables and slow learners within
fifty papers, and. besides gettinghis
: the school.
public Dr Mattes was
$1.50 commission received. a there offering full support from ;, .
: CASTLE PARK PHARMACY -
.f l pen. the County Health Office-also Mr] HUMAN

Bishop our County Supt. of schools,
c } teachers in special education. Mr

TALBOTT PAINT I WALLPAPER C0" : :: '. COUNTER&.APPLIANCES TOPS Kinsey school Principal, ,teachers of the and elementary parents "ALL PRICES NET CASH'' l'

from Greenville. Pinetta and otherpomtwmities

*:.u __ {. .> ., 't!' ..\ CABINETIS parents, friends and;
: LIROE'SGtEEN teachers from Madison. ,).

I IIQOIOA The community is backing this h a
project but are you. the parents
<' who have these children in your

,:"!-:;!' C TURnE'RESTAURANT. _; ; .,:!. .., J r -1.:>) are homes seeking? You to are help.the Won't ones you who come we I .? r.:.>;o '... ;_u" ;. o' II IIt

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THE WEST MADISON LEE METHODIST CIRCUIT I CREDIT ASSOCIATION 0'' t

't ,METHODIST CHARGE : Lee and Hickory Grove Churches REPORTS DIVIDENDSA .

REV. L. R DENSLOW Pastor 3% cash dividend totaling

AT LEE 1948.00 is being paid to the 4 361 Leon Dividend 50Y5- .1. .
REV. Morning Worship1st
C. B. DAVIS. Pastor class A stockholders of the Monti- !
CHERRY LAKE CHURCH and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a m. :
cello Production Credit Association
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m.
livening Service1st according to Secretary-Treasurer, J
Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. Elam.
and 3rd Sundays 8:00 p. m. S
Worship Service _
7:30 P. M. fiscal J urie 30
Sunday School The year ending

SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Every Sunday 10:00 a. jn 1961 has been the best in the. as- .7< :.........
Sunday School ..---......-_ 10:00 A. M. Youth Feflowfifalp record ,
sociation's history and a
Worship Service ____ 11:00 A. M. Every Sunday 7:00 p. m. amount of $1,905,235.00 was loaned .,....- .. ,..

Family Night, Friday before First BOBBY WILLIAMS. to 238 farmers in the eight county \I L'I.I.
Sunday each month at 7:30 P. M. Church 'School SuperintendentAT area. -

Thomas Surtes Church School Supt. HICKORY GROVE In addition to the dividends a .:

ROCKY SPRINGS CHURCH !Morning: Worship2nd patronage refund of. Interest; is being "-./
and 4th Sundays 11:30 a. in- distributed In total -amount of
FIRST AND THIRD

Sunday School .-.r.. SUNDAYS 10:00 A. M. Evening 2nd and Service 4th Sundays 8:00 p. r: $ $$.90.This\refund; is Jij the form ...
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of,gclass A stocH and amount&to 8.29
Worship Service __ 11:00 A. M. Sunday School %of thp interest earned on each loan.

SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Every Sunday 10:30 a. m. The members: ;receiyingjthe' shares of

Worship Service 9:30 A. M. Youth Fellowship class A ,stock are being asked to

Sunday School __ 10:30 A. M. Every Sunday ,_ 7:00 p. m.Mid..Week hold;it 'to' strengthen the "associ .

Family Night. Friday after Second Prayer Service ation's capital structure and '_ .increase -
Every Wednesday 8:30 p.' m.
Sunday each month at 7:00 P. M. JULIAN ANDREWS. their own invest i nt.pcsltlon;

,P. K. Rowell, Church School Supt. Church School Superintendent for earning future dividends.' : I .

Claude Duv 1. Charge Lay LeaderSHILOH P S Cantey of Madison is a director .
MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST ,
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of the organization:
CHURCH CHURCH .
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Pastor Rev. Jack Lamb .
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Worship Service 9:30 A. M. chairman of Deacons Mr S R Sapp Receives Citation I -

Sunday School .... 10:30 A. M. Training Union DirectorSidney MoonS. ', SAVE BY MAIL

SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Sheriff Moore is presenting this
S. Supt _............. Mrs S R Sapp .. .
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. week a handsome certificate to the i -- -- -- t .
Union Associate - -
Worship Service ._____ 7:30 P. M. training Director ._._._..._..... Leroy Cruce Greenville Lumber Company citing :! : :
Family Night Friday after First Song Leader Miss Merle Bass them as a Sheriffs'. ,Boys' Ranch FEDERAL SAVINGS 111 South Monroe
builder. ,
Sunday each month at 7:30: P. M. Pianist __ Mrs Juanita Cruce is EON I ( .
:The Greenville Company an unlMTalnhassee. 1t 1-
Herbert Brooks Church School Sunday School,< 10:00 a. m. enthusiastic supporter of the ranch AMI .auNus. f .

Supt. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. and has given it considerable lum- ...
Union ___ 6:30 m. :
Wiley Blair Church Lay Leader Tramping ': p., ber for its building; needs., I II
Evening Worship ._ 7:30 p. m. I
Williams a student at the Piedmont
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Mid Week Prayer 7:30 'p. m. Wed.'ust DON'T MISS BONUS Engagement AnnouncedMr Bible College of Winston-Salem and flit

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. as I am without one plea.,Jesus son of Mr and Mrs Ruter Williamsof ISc.r666
Youth says come and worship regardlessof Green Coupon
Service Wednesday 8:00p.m. Stamp ,Green Cove Springs, Fla.
clothes.
the goodness of your
9vening Worship 7:30 m.
p. Come be with us in The Lord'sHouse. and Mrs Charlie Hall of The 'wedding will take place
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. '
Winston-Salem,. N C; announce the Saturday night Aug 12tht at eight
REV R M LONG Pastor o'clock at the Patterson Memorial
Smith's Drug Ad engagement of their daughter
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Charlotte Rae to :Mr David Eugene I Brethren church, Roanoke Va.
CHURCH
GREENVILLE FLA.
Sunday School _._ 10:00 A. M. Services every Saturday at Madison 7 '
Morning Worship ..._.? 11:00: A. M. American Legion Hall A -: .
Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. DARING
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M.Evening
Worship _.__ 7:30 P. M. Church Service 3 p. m. .;..'.t... OIL COMPANY- BOLD
PraY!r Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. E. C. WILLIS S. S. Supt.
HAROLD YATES Pastor Tele- k
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CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST phone HU 36517. .. 't :
CHURCH Everyone Welcome!

Preaching Services every Sunday ..: .... .
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Mominer Service 11:00 A. M. MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST : :

Evening Service 8:00: P. M. 701 South Range

Sundae School every Sunday at Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M..
10:00: A. M. Lord's Supper and
Edification __ A.4 Ml:
BTU 11:00
Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M.
Prayer Meeting every Wednesdayat Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. :11.

8:00: P. M.Brotherhood. Wednesday Evening

first Thursday everymonth Services _...____....__ 7:30 P. M.JEHOVAH'S .

at 7:30 P. M. WITNESSES
Everybody Welcome.
118 N. Orange St. Phone HU 3-6355

WELCOME TO MEETINGS

NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH I Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. M. \ ::. '
Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 P. M.
Come Worship With Us Ministry School: Friday' 8:30 P. M.
Sunday School __ 10:00: A. M. Watchtower-Bible Study: tisid
Morning Worship *
11:00.A. M.
Sunday 7:30 P. M.
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M.
kingdom Seekers Welcome.
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Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. No Collection Taken.
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M.

Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH

Philip Howell .......__.... S. S. Supt. T
Marvin Bass .... B. T. U. Director Preaching every Sunday ./ c.
Sunday School -.):00 A. M. total gasoline: '

REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M .

WELCOME TO Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M.

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Evening: Services 7:30 P. M. TENNECO AN ACTIVATOR. Full power fast. Quick You get all of these qualities in both Tenneco Regular
Sunday School _._..__ 10:00 A. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
: assured. Performance and Tenneco Premium. "Total Gasolines". Gasolines
Morning Worship __.. 11:00 A.. M. Evening _.____.. 7:00 P. M. starts always. Smooth idling your
Training Union ___ 6:30 P. M.i W B SEALS. S S SuperintendentJ car was built to deliver. with muscle, determination, enthusiasm. Gasolines that

Evening Worship _..__ 7:30 P. M.. : ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union TENNECO A GUARDIAN. Controls engine knock, give your car new lust for the highway-that come alive

*Prayer Church Meeting ......_......... 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST engine rumble, pre-ignition. Gives even engine perform when you touch'toe to accelerator. Gasolines that look ..
Business
Meeting First GURR, Minister at the road and say "go".
ance.
Wednesday night of each month. ...
Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TENNECO A DETERGENT. Prevents "carburetor "Total Service", too.! Friendly, fast, courteous service

'Thursday night of each month. Pinetta Fla. strangle". Builds a protective shield that wards off from,a'dealer with a' feel for cars, a dedication to cars

Preaching services every Sunday. PAUL A. TRAVIS. Pastor dangerous deposits. your car. A dealer ready to prove that Tenneco Products
Come Worship With Us.
REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor Sunday S. S. Supt.Bible Mr.School G. C.10:00 Buchanan a. m. TENNECO A PROTECTOR. Helps prevent engine ,and Tenneco Service are the toughest muscle andfastest .

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship __ 11:00 a. m. corrosion. Gives trouble-free driving, longer engine ,life. hustle on the road today.

:Sunday School 10OO.A. M. Training Union _.__ 7:00 p. m. TENNECO A PERFORMER. Rigid quality control Drive in. Try Tenneco. See if the ride isn't a better rida

Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. Director Mr. T. C. Morris produces a clean-burning gasoline, a better performing when you take to the road from Tenneco. And see if the -
,Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Evening Service 8:00 p. n: {
'Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Hour of Power Wed 8:00: p. m gasoline, a reliable, predictable, powerful "total 9 asoTenneco\. sign isn't really a signpost, a beacon, some',. ,' .t.. ..,. -

dSfid-week Prayer Service::! 7:30 P. M. Choir Practice Wed _. :00 p. m. line". thing,new.to guide by. > .

Youth Service S P. M. Wednesday. RJV.'s meet Saturday 3:00 p. m. .' '} i:rujk :
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J. L. WYNN. B. T. U. Director The only thing missing in our

REV. W G DeSHAZO. Pastor ch-ch (UR). .
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS : ,'.' '
l V, LEE BAPTIST CHURCH ,1' ,_. ? ,,
Florida StatutesEN '_ -
REV. I. T. CARTER. Pastor 0 '
THE COURT OF THE COUNTY c. ;-, :.- .
Services every Sunday ':;- .
MADISON
JUDGE
COUNTY
Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. _
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.In .
Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M.
re: Estate of John H Simmons,
Training Union 7:00 P. M. Deceased.TO r ap"
Evening Worship _.._ 8:00 P. M. r
ALL CREDITORS AND PER-
Prayer Meeting Wed. .... 7:30 P. M SONS. HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -
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L D. 3. SERVICE I
You and each of you are hereby JENNECO t
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OFLATTER 4 "
notified and required to present any i S
DAY SAINTS claims and' demands which you, or

Sunday School ____ 10:00 a. m.1 either of you may have against the ; -
Sacrament Meeting 11:00 a. m. estate of John H Simmons, deceased ". ii.4J'-J
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Relief Society and Priesthood time late of said County to the I-' ,. -
and place as announced at Sacrament County Judge of Madison County,

ileeting. I Florida at. his office In' the courthouse .
efi ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN I of said County at_ Madison,1 s ,' l:

LEGION HALL Florida within six calendar :
15 R. CARRYL. Branch Pres. months from. the time of the first L': "' :- :
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RIDGE, ROAD.. ,CHERRY LAKE publication' of this' notice. Each ,. ':
claim ,or ,demand:: shall be k writing -' t ,% 8 !1\:.>.3 }., .

NEW' HOPEFUL .and sfeall state the place ofresidence ,:.'' ..... '. .' -*< k
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH. and ,post office address TENNECO TALK.Now a valuable record :' DREAMER, and many more. Recorded by RCA '
jServices every first ,arid third of the rlnhnnmt, and shall be ., :
sworn offer at your new Tennecq station Get a 33Y Victor Custom Record xclutlvefyJOT, Tennfrco ',
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Sundays at U a..m.;aad 8:00 p.m. "
tp' y't1Ki claimant, hiragent'or hIP "
:. long ;playing record album valued "at .$3,98 for customers. Available cnfyat'your Tenneco sta
Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 attorney, and any such claim orIk".nd '; tion.Drive in today for "Sing.With Tenneco"
; tuim. ,;just tLOX( Thisterrific-album: ,c&1ed"Sing WithJfcnnecoH your
not filed shall be void. '
so Has 14 alltime'Cont9'Tou love 'a album.Offer expires July311S9f.
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:00 p. m. 1 MINERVA ANDREWS, MEBTITUTEN fi ?
Training Union every Sunday 7:00- )tEE As executors of the : i i to;sing including: 4N+ *THC EVENING QY'THE ?EM ifD1 filil T F t 1H f.S ES'"
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WANTED: About 4'quarts of, :fresh,1 ,CHURCH LIBRARYShelves Mrs Ed Scanlan had as a weekend

.ripe fig THE.. ,E-R. : '-,'"',' guest her sister Mrs Josephine
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WANTED 'FREE- are' being' installed' and Johnson, of Miami. .
: TWO CURB GIRLS '
AT WHITE TOP DRIVEIN.LIVE I painting done on the second floorof -x-
; the Baptist church, educational Bob Millinor ,of Fitzgerald, Ga,

STOCK AUCTION ,';. REGISTER FOR building preparatory to having a was a business visitor here Mon-
Sell your cattle .and hogs in our t library and it is expected to be day.

t auction each Monday. Sales?start at i i DELUXEBAR.BQ open by. Sept 1st, Mrs Thurston Raines is chairman.
1:00. 'MONTICELLO STOCKYARD "

.. Inc., Monticello, Fla. GRILL

W. B. Davis Jr. FOR RENT: Downstairs apartment at Registered all times. Angus bulls fr sale s (with electric- motor) -

private; bath and shower, private BUILDING Cy

f ESTATE: BROKERAGE: entrance.' MRS M L WALKER HOT- MIXED ATGIVEN I press Bl, Le.IO
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ACREAGE 115 W. DADE ST.. HU 3- 243. PAVINGWe # ;
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BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL FOR RENT: Tw .bedroom houseIn streets, 'etc. Top quality. Fair
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ESTATES RESIDENTIALsAPPRAISALS Lee Fla. Call HU 3-6990, or prices. WAlNER BROS., Inc., Ph .2 .

(tee EUNICE L BELL 48-lt-pd CH 2-4011,110 S. Fry St Valdosta, NELIO J/ J
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE I Ga. 45-tf-ch .
r TITLE INSURANCE FOR RENT: Brick building opposite 1 J '
112 West Base Street Rag ns Motor Co. on High Curb Service for those oMATERIAL E. HUL i

MADISON. FLORIDA .way 90. MRS ELOISE J RAGANS famons HOT DOGS and HAMBURGERS AWAY AUGUST 5th / LCttl I
Phone HU 3-6277 HU 3-2390 daytime, and HU I at WHITE TOP # Cn rM sVALDOSTA M t. !
3-6537 at night. 44-3t-pd: I I

FOR SAIl FOR RENT: One downstairs furnished DRIVE-IN 3-11 P. M,, 'Mrs E B Browning and daughterMrs Certain-Teed Asphalt Shingles _________$ 5.95

apartment available im: Arden Brown of Westf eld. N J 15 Year Warranty Per SQ. :

Stanley Williams 3 bedroom mediately. MRS G 0 PURVIS. ,! T. M. HOWERTON JR. have returned from a several days 1x8x'/ AD Plywood ._. ..sheet $ 2.45 i 1/
928 S. Range St, Phone'H 3- visit in New Orleans with Mrs
house $10,500.Benjamin 6408. 47-tf-ch Gerald Chutz and family.x 4x8x3/4 AD Plywood _.____sheet $ 6.15 :
Davis 3 bedroom and Q CONSU TINC'FORESTER
-x- Disappearing, Attic Stairway ______________$14.95 ,
bath house. FEMALE HELP WANTED TIMBER MARKETING "

Graham Wheeler 3 bedroom S.. Duval Street and Mrs L C Thompson and Outside White Paint .....____..____gal. $3.35 .
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house. CHRISTMAS MONEY! Make EXTRA Ph. HU 3-6681, Madison son Stuart ate on a ten days visit High Quality Mildew and Fume Resistant.

Jeff Macarages 3 bedroom house. to 60% profit demonstrating up with Mr Thompson's relatives- in Vz in. Celotex Sheathing .__.per M $55.00
2-3 bedroom houses in Hancock Hollywood cosmetics and gifts to BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: For iGreensboro, N. C. Waterproof I

Terrace, small down payment your friends and neighbors. For saleCoinoperated laundry with Celotex I,
Ceiling Tile ________ M $107.50
balance like rent. free samples and full details send 16 Westinghouse washers and 6 Mrs W S Cooper Sr and grand- -- per I
13x12 or 12x2 Diamond
White
Several farms and ranches for name to Studio Girl Cosmetics dryers located at Setzer's Shop- daughter Jackie Cooper were guests .
1 Dept. XW-53, Glendale, Calif. ping Centerall equipment in very last week of Major and Mrs EdwinCooper PAY CASH AND SAVE CALL CH 2-3760
sale.Lots 47-3t-ch good condition' excellent
in Livingston Spring Acres. re. in Jacksonville.
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I turn on investment reasonable NELIO CHEMICALS Inc.
terms wrirte REG, P O Box ,
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WHITE-TOP DRIVE-
Try CYPRESS ST. VALDOSTA. GA. +
Broadus Wanted -
Wflloughby HaulingEquipped or phone 223-0876 Tallahassee.
I 48-tf-ch IN'S REGULAR MEALS,

REALTOR to do all your Tobacco they're delicious, friend.

Phone HU 3-6481. Madison I hauling. Dry and Safe. Registerediurveyoi .

Long or Short. Reasonable.
Phone HU 3-2372
Calll HU 3-6785. 47-2t-ch MADISON. FLORIDA .

FOR RENT: Two bedroom apartment -. JOHN SV. WADSWORThJ.D.Scniggs

unfurnished, close to High ;
School and College: MRS LEILA ,.: -
List farm and M ATCHISON, phone HU 3-6648. ., MivtqOtvtIits
your city property "
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with us for nationwide' advertising. 45-tf-ch ":

Ko charge for listing. FORESTER ,
FOR RENT: A small apartment, REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. {,
Bob & Beanie SearcyRT. nice location. Call MRS. KIRBY HU 36186MADISON.
REICHMANN, phone HU 3-6371 ,
2, 130-A or, Mrnrs DRUG STORE phone FLA. .t-.tma L
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PHONE MADISON HU, FLA.3-6487, HU 3-6262. 37-tf-ch EXPERT REPAIR ._ : : k., espalnt-: ars i

FOR RENT: 1 bedroom downstairs .
FOR SALE: 1947 Plymouth 4-dr. apartment also 2 bedroom _,up. : ;
$75 cash. MRS R MICKLER stairs apartments. MRS J J NEWMAN SMALL ENGINES ;

HU 36781. 47-2t-pd. : Phone HU 32523. 40-tf-ch : Further'
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CHRISTMAS CARDS for SALE: FOR RENT OR SALE:, The Gibson SALES, & SERVICE __, : ,
Wade house and lot on south
Place your order early. ,Also all ,t ..,
side of Cherry Lake. See or .
stationery and .
occasion cards I ;
gifts. See DAVID JOSEPH. or I write J 0 McDONALD, Pinetta Howerton Supply Co. HERE'S WHY :: -

phone HU 3-6660. 47-4t-ch Fla. 46-tf-ch 1 r":. 11
Edninat. 'of Geld warehousing FREE
I MADISON, FLA. *Imaginative< production techniques 4
I FOR RENT NOW: 2-bedroom *Limited, lnentorietoqaeiit del er es *I0omfae.41Lwrihippiii merch.A..ng '- .
BEEF CATTLE FOR SALE: Black trucks *)Modest profit structure .:,.
It t.' : cod ria company ;
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all conveniences x.
18 & I house with ..
Angus bulls mo. younger. laSTi '
middlein ijol 6ers *Cua-and-carry : ;
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Registered stock sensibly priced.A Cherry Lake. See ROBERTS a PROTECTIVE .... ''fc 0 ;hrr sf tpC
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8396. 41-tf-ch : "
W AUEGA/ 1s mile East of GROCERY or phone ,

Lee on US 90, Phone HU 3-6174. WANTED 2 MEN, OR WOMEN, ,R.
45- t-pd : FASHION ..... ...,
TO OPERATE FULL OR PART- ..J .. Guaranteed by
Your SALES will go in orbit if TIME WATKINS ROUTE IN THIS Good Housekeeping '
you use E-R space. AREA. EARN 50.00 TO $100.00 >.I n cws 3 .

WEEKLY DEPENDING ON TIME OAS SH r' icf HI9tr 91ou, tor hH '
DEVOTED TQ-xTJIE BUSINESS. 1 [ ,,, t y,. ,teller, exterior r>w, ,f' -
BEFORE SELLING timberor .
your 'WRITE WATKINS, 659 W PEACH- .1
timber land, please see me. We
TREE ST ATLANTA 8, GA. :
are also interested in buying a i
limited amount of pine-hardwood 46-3t-ch Tua :
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pulpwood delivered by truck to .
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars.I(TREES. TRIMMED or taken down :, TRxT11RON, Tti .
See. write or callL. Reasonable price. Call: BILL r- 5 .f:: ;: '.uniuww% s :,Toxt.re! eRaisaddi + 't'tcRorar ;!'
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P. GIBSON ROBERTSON collect in Live

Rt. 3, :Madison, Florida I Oak, Fla., at FOrrest 21290.

Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 47-4t-ch c i t tAINT .

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FOR SALE: Plenty of live fish LAWNS: MOWED '* +' OU'TODE'
WH ITt
minnows -
bait
shiners pond worms
v" l i.c.llfll t hldGI.os
blue wigglers, crickets sand mag- Call Duane West Phone HU 3-6762 / .* wCHINA f'
gots, tackle and a good brand of 4--tf-ch 'S'b: ; R Iruyo'
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guaranteed fishing poles, plus a ""$ # #
complete line of Bogie baits. FOR Vlttf ,,
ROWELL'S BAIT & TACKLE PEST CONTROL SERVICE Stylish .(
CENTER across from SAL Depot CALL get
Madison. 41-tf-ch BURKEEXTERMINATING s. tuxr>s' yr.a.re 39T ; _
Permanent Satin r '"
CO. wb.yr One'
FOR SALE: 2 bed room home in PHONE 2i+3-J PERRY, FLA. $8 $ ''
Pinetta. Good condition. Nice yard Practical \ -

with shade trees. Near school. .IPfrl .{
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Ideal home site for someone GIRARDIN JEWELERSFOR O ALUMINUM AWNINGS.. O
working at Clyattville. $8,500.00. e PATIOS run CUSTOM TINTING ,- .
Financing may be arranged. Match mr shade, say ..
THE GRADUATE OR BRIDESILVER. : CARPORTS ketch perfectly free! ..." ''''H... C O .. f
Shown by appointment. W. B 14.. l. ., s:
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DAVIS, JR. Realtor. Phone HU -Jh. .r/
3-6277 or HU 36278. 46ltchGOOD DIAMONDS, JEWELRY BOATPORTS 4 'r._... .'
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BRICK BUILDING FOR 9 CABANAS \!:!:)

SALE in Lovett for immediate NATIONAL.-
, removal. Contact MRS, D F TRAILER CANOPIESFor
BURNETT" phone _HU 3-6392. II" BRIDAL ACRYLIC EXTERIOR LATEX
Madison. Fla. 48-4t-pd SERVICE'" Free Estimates, Call Collect

> CH 4-0451 VALDOSTA GA.. HOUSE
A good selection of
FIVE PUREBRED BULLS FOR H. C. WILKINSON '
Sterling & plated Hollowareby O.I-Eze
SALE: From 3 months to 18 NBttf[
months old. Priced from $150. up finest manufacturers PAINT Muir -
2100- Bemis Rd, Valdosta, Ga. '
Contact R. C. DICKINSON Many gifts to choose from
Phone HU 3-2517. 48-tf-ch SOl No. Patterson .. Mrs N R Williams and sons Riley Roll ,it or Brash it
and Revere ,Frostproof are here OH WOOD. BRICK and MASONRY sal. ,
FOR SALE: Lilliston Rotary YALDOSTAGA.LAND fora visit with her parents Mr .<
Mower in good shape $135. JOE ... ..'i ,. f
and Mrs D D Morris and Miss -
MANDZIARA. Rt 2. Madison Della Martin, tBrgiStratNPa4s ., : --;:..\

Florida. HU 36519. 48-2t-pd FEDERAL BANK f& ; ':; ; ,Ifcqfafc. Paint! Store },

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HD !Motorcycle in excellent con- Umber Ranch 'Loans '

dition. EDWARD ALMAND, 2 'Long Terms Low. : Interest .'; Senke d AT BiADiSON ICE HOUSE '- fIJiU.

miles South ,of Lee Fla. 43-4t-pd SEE THE REPRESENTATIVE j ,_ *, .
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Sizes 612 3.98 ,c, :.1": LETTS,can make 'em-in handsome Fall solid shades and smart

0 ," : """c r"C stripes of Sanforized denim for dress-up wear!
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Mr and Mrs 0 C Webb of Jack- LAND DEALS SIRMANS "NEWS' : a guaranteed for life of jeans I zipper fly, waist snap fastener

sonville were weekend guests of Mr \ I -_ double-stitched extra e fuilize range-4 to 16 Regular

and Mrs Hazel Woodard. They came Guy Andrews and wife to Mitchel i 1 reinforcement at strain points 4 to 16 Slim,25 to 36 waist Husky,
to see Mrs Trudy Webb, who wasa G Katibah and wife, all of Block I Sirmans folks would really appreciate ,

patient in the hospital followingan 43, original Town of Madison sub- some rain. It seems as if '

Automobile: accident last week. ject to certain instruments. This islllie our fishing creek is almost ready. h.L Look forth* White Tab on the back pocket

Langford Webb, also of Jackson- Winn-Dixie Supermarket block.C .- for. good fishing again. L
ville, visited his mother at the hospital E Petree and wife to George We appreciate Mr W A Slaughterfrom '
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I' Shaw Fort Pierce and granddaughter till MMC ttVI'l JUMtMM tM TNC .S.M(.CfT.M*Mtttf i..M.t1 MM O/NT M tnt tlMWM 4 CO.Is Mm**tt.,W M.issM/
last Thursday.x and wife 50.68 acres: in .
-x- Cherry Lake Farms Project S/D 'visiting! ..his'f tber, Mr S-5

J E Stanley underwent surgery No 2. Slaughter. We ,are glad to have '

f on her throat last Wednesdayat F L Smith and wife to Jimmie uncle Sharp Slaughter back at

Pineview General Hospital. She Earl Ragans and wife, SEU of home from seven weeks' absence.

returned Friday to her horn; SWtt of Sec 7 and part of N% Bro Pen Mace and two daugh- LEWS' Double-Knee JEANS'

where she is recuperating satisfac-: of NW 1t of Sec 18, Tp 1 S, R 10 E. ters, ,_ Oleta and Connie, of Mills- ar. .
Charles L English and wife to burg, Ohio arrived at Mrs H CTuten's .i.:, -s: V

torily. Town of Greenville, part of Blk \ Sunday afternoon. ; c):, '
No 31A Greenville Investment Co Mr and Mrs Russell Vann and in dressy COLORS and STRIPES 1
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GO GO! lands, Town of Greenville. family of Miami are visiting his ,
mother, Mrs Pearl Powell, of Sir-
SUMMER PROGRAM CLOSES Youngsters love 'em! Double-knee jeans just as rugged as
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a ara Closing exercises for the Madison are glad to have Mrs J W ., can make 'em-in handsome Fall solid shades and smart .
,rww school summer recreational program Eakins home from the hospital. t '-'
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were held Friday. The classes were We were glad to see a nice con- .
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held in the-elementary class rooms gregation at church last Sunday

conducted by Principal S A Kinsey night. We were especially glad to e. permanently-fuseoVdouble knee e Colorfast Sanforized with

SEE THE TOP who taught: arithmetic and Mrs have Hilda Register l/rom Green- : guaranteed for life of Jeans 1 zipper fly, waist snap fastener ,

Allene Tadlock who taught reading ville.Mrs E t ., i double-stitched, with. extra a full-size range-4 to 16 Regular ;'. '

STARS RUN and handcrafts. Thirty-five children Mae Antonio's sister, Mrs .'..r4T "_',R: .reinforcement... at strain points I 4 to 16 Slim,25 to 36 waist Husky
NOW through representing grades '1-6 attendedthe Murtie Baumgartner, and little boy

course that lasted seven weeks. Lester of Winter Haven ,were visit- .

OCTOBER 7th The handcrafts display included ing with .her this week. <' A. D REAMS STORE ;

CLOSED SUNDAYS many attractive articles made by Little Tommie and Bengie Tuten '

the children. There were key rings of Perry ha\e: been with their GREENVILLE FLORIDA / \, -
pocket books and comb cases that If.',
grandmother, Mrs H C Tuten. most
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JEFFERSONKENNEL displaced i
overlay and whipstich of this week. They were glad to t'-
CLUB beanies, ,'r n--. l
lacing; plastic bracelets
get a little race car while they were be
Monticello, Fla. :. metal, foundations lanyards, clay! ,- -:,",1 f?' ij"r .
work including Indian heads, eagles,! here.Mrs Blanton's : :. /
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3 Miles Northof various other birds and fruitsj; and I Valdosta is visiting with her. Other : ., ; i\ crayon and finger painting work.A visitors : y \s\ LtvrsDOUBLEKNEE
throughout the week have
U. S. 90 social hour was held when ice :: %
been Mrs Erma King and two little I : s<
SPECIAL SECTION cream and cookies were served. girls, Sheryl and Brenda, of Thomas- '

FOR NEGRO FANS ville. Vernon and Mary Helen { : 0 :

Mr and Mrs Richard Canfield of Blanton of Perry have also been : 'c'I I 0

RACES NIGHTLY 8:15 Miami who have been on a trip to.; :'

New Orleans and in Mobile Ala here.Mr A D O'Quinn's daughter, Mrs :. ;-, .. ?
MATINEES .
2:15 P.l. where they visited Mr and Mrs C 0 ,
I Thelma Letchworth, and children of : -
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t Bingham, arrived Saturday and C r. :
Tallahassee were visiting with him c
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were guests until Thursday of Mrs and familyVednesday.. >. c
LADIES ADMITTED Can field's mother Mrs R L, Milliner ;'1. '" '. ,.-, '. .J .
Mrs Sallie O'Quinn enjoyed Sunday V to :f ;$.," ": "
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Admission Only 50c Wednesday to attend Sunday School Ronnie Blanton and James. Bailey -" :... ,_ -u!t'fi: i DAYLIGHT DEPT -. .
FREE TUES.-THURS. got hurt while swimming and ,- x
week at the Baptist Assembly at '' ;
No Minors Allowed diving down at our creek last week. ,'.. ,: -t-., ;. 'it'J: : \
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US NOW COLLECT IF ROACHES, ANTS, WATER. Tuten,, Sunday. ._. I. ." _; .-' ;:,., r I + i $"
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i PAGE TWENTY THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA* "
FRIDAY, AUGUST 4th, 1961




NEW LOCATION WINN DIXIE 507 S.. RANGE J I







Minutes of the Board oi 1 -

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: t July 20, 1961 j,
L The Board met in regular sessionon
the above date with all mem-
tw4 bers present with the exception of

: :1w- Mr Alex H Smith. The meetingwas From peaks to Valleys, von
: called to order by the chair-
land sea or in the air
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man, Mr Bailey; and opened with ,
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5w' FRS y 4 ti prayer by Mr Van H Priest. travelers' checks _are safe 4
Marshall Hamilton and Mr
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v: e yq Van H Priest were present repre- :, everywhere (jn o,n e y .

senting North Florida Junior College promptly refunded if lost, When you* ,carry your
; and presented the following money in, the form of
recommendations concerning North stolen or destroyed) spend. '"'travelers' checks, you enjoy
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\ Florida Junior College: able everywhere by'. you a' peace of mind that adds
; 1. Salary schedule for the Sum- o 5 f > : much to your vacation.
g Kg mer Program was approved upon ':.alone! j pleasure!
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1I 7Fa motion by ,Mr McLeod., seconded by

;, Mr Phillips and carried. : FLORIDA, BANK AT MADISON
Student
2. Criteria for Listing

.z Housing at North Florida Junior Member Federal ,Deposit ;Insurance CorporationAnd
1 College.
"North Florida Junior College, for Florida National Group of Banks

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the convenience of rentors desiringto -

provide facilities for students who I second by Mr Bailey, to requestthe T/Sgt L H James, in changingthe

arn wasx 7 find it necessary to live in Madison release of 4% of the building address of his EnterpriseRecorder

. JIM McLEOD of Greenville is'-shown, in the 'attractive McLeod Furniture Store on'main n street. will thefollowing list accommodations criteria: -, that meet Suwannee appropriation River of Junior North Colleges Florida and for to Vandenberg AFB, Calif,
writes: We pass our paper on to another
SUMMER BOOKMOBILE 1. The housing arrangement must planning buildings to be constructed. Madison County family, and
I I Beach Cottage for well supervised. carried.
SCHEDULE MADISON COUNTY : Motion much
it
2. The: facilities must be I I Regular salary schedule for Junior they enjoy reading as as
well-kept, safe and comfortable. we do. We receive the paper on
Thursday 9:2o-10:00-Lee, June 22 Road, July '&6, 20 Rt., etc 6 FREEREGISTER rent at Fernandina 3. The facilities (room and/or:I I ary Colleges increase authorizing provided the by $200 the 1961 saIl Tuesday, and always look forwardto

board) must be within the following l session of the Florida Legislaturewas its coming.W .
Crossing -
:1o.10:20-Gordon Henderson's Beach by the week. limits: u ,* approved by the Board upon

Home FOR RATESAccommodations.Rate motion by Mr McLeod, seconded by H BAILEY JR, Chairman

10:35-11:00 VanHinton's Home DELUXEBARBQ A H SMITH : per student Mr Phillips and carried. ATTEST: *
contact
11:10-11:25-Mutt Everett's Home at Single occupancy $25.00. per month Project priority lists for the expenditure GRIFFIN BISHOP, Secretary
'Double occupancy $20.00 per mo. of State Capital Outlay
11:551:55Pinetta P. O. GRILL City Hafl. 42-tf-ch More than two in funds for North Florida Junior

21O2:40Hanson (Miedert's in a room $15.00 per mo. I I College were adopted by the Board 1'4 eted.lie:
Store) (with electric motor) For the following additional facilities upon motion by Mr McLeod,

2:45.3:05-Gibson's Home AT TO ATTEND LEADERSHIP I extra rates may. be addedto seconded by Mr Phillips and carried. BOSTON, LOS AHGELB.

3:353:45, Katherine Brown'sHome ',' INSTITUTEDr above as follows: Budget Amendments for 1960-61 LONDON
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.- For private bath, Budget for North Florida and Su
3:50-: 4:10 Katherine Smith's arid Mrs Marshall Hamilton' with room $5.00 per student wannee River Junior Colleges were

Home have received; grant to attend the For. kitchen with approved upon motion by Mr ..Mc lai
4:154$0-Marcus Cherry's Home .Southeastern :Regional Leadership room or apt. "$5.00 per student Leod, seconded by Mr Phillips and
10:15-11:00:: Browning's Service ROOM AND BOARD: carried.. ,
Institute for Junior College Presi-
: Station Board for this schedule, will include Budgets for 1961-62 school :
Inc. dents and their wives to be held at year
:05-12:3O-Cherry Lake School meals for
five days Monday for North Florida and Suwannee
Area, .. GIVEN AWAY AUGUST 5th I Appalachian State Teachers. College.. through Friday, and will consist of River Colleges were reviewed by the
12:4012:50Salets Home Boone, N C; August 7th to 12th. breakfast and evening meal. Mealsin Board and tentative approval was

1:002:30-Lpvett Road to Green- They will be accompanied by their addition to these should be ne- given subject to a public hearing to

ville Powell and daughters, Nancy and Bonnie. gotiated directly between the stud- be held July 31, 1961 at 7:30 p. m.
3:05-Greenville P.O." Rev and Mrs Jack ent and the renter.
In the Board Room, Madison County
Thursday, June :29, 14, '28, etc children of Brownsville, Texas were Single accommodationswith
July Mrs' W C Browning of Lovett Courthouse, upon motion by Mr
10:55-11:55-St Regis Nurseries guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Knox and her grandson Michael Browningof meals $60.00 McLeod,,seconded by Mr :Milner and
12:10- 3:30P.., 0., last Wednesday night. Mr Powell Double accommodationswith carried. InterestingAccurate
Jacksonville, Mrs E B Browningof
1:00- 1:10-Curry's Home spoke at the Presbyterian"prayer meals $55.00 Regular salary schedule for
1:201:30-Chason's Station: meeting hour on Church Extensionand Madison and guest- Mrs Arden If the room has a private bath, Grades 1-12 authorizing the $200
1:351:45Clement's Home told of the new''church established Brown of Westfield, N J were five dollars per student may be salary increase .provided by the
1:552:05Moseley Hall Baptist in Brownsville of which he is guests of Mr and Mrs Thurston charged in addition to' the above. 1961 session of the Florida Legis-
Raines last Thursday. The above approved upon motionby Complete
Church the pastor. A supper in the educa- lature was approved by the Board !
2:152:30-Hopewell (Mrs Sapp's the meeting Mr McLeod, seconded by. Mr upon motion by Mr McLeod, '
Home) ticnal building preceded Phillips and carried. i seconded by Mr Phillips and carried. lartmotioaal New* Corereg i'

s Georgia 3. Organizational Chart for North Budget Amendments for 1960-61 ---------------

;USED WASHERS Repairs on all small gas Florida Junior College was pre-< Budget for Grades 1.12 were approved The One: A Christton Norway St Science. Boston Monitor 15,.Mass '
SUPPLY PLATE GLASS / sented to the Board and was ap upon motion by Mr McLeod,
HOWERTON
motors. proved'upon motion by Mr McLeod, seconded by Mr Phillips and carried. Send your newspaper for the time
,/*' GOOD SELECTION CO;, Briggs-Stratton and Mc- Company /J seconded by Mr Phillips and carried. Budget for 1961-62 school year che ked. Enclosed find my check of
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Howerton Supply Company Sales and Service.WANTED t Motion was offered by Mr Mc- for Grades 1-12 were reviewed by money order. Q 1 year $22. :
Culloch
GLASS
Leod and seconded by Mr Phillips the Board and tentative approval was D 6 months $11 [Q 3 months $,.s0

GLASS BLOCK to approve the following honor given subject to a public hearing to w.

MIRRORS scholarships to North Florida Junior be held July 31, 1961 at 7:30 p. m. Name
College for the 1961-62 school term: in the Board Room, Madison County .mot

215 W. Savannah Ave. Andrew Wood, Salem High School I Courthouse, upon motion by Mr Addraa'F.i.City. .
Marie Mathis, Madison High School McLeod, seconded by Mr Milner and
I Phone CHERRY 2-5285, Arnold Kramer, Madison High ; carried. Zona ..
School 'I There
MEMORIAL FLOWERS being no further business, State
School Luther Pickles, Greenville High' the Board adjourned. P3-18
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Flowers in the Presbyterian Paula Medlock, Lafayette High

church Sunday were a memorial to School Madison Gas 'Co. Madison Gas Co.

the late Mr J G Ashley, an elderin Fay Law, Jennings High School.

the church, placed by..Mrs J G Motion was offered by Mr Mc-

I I'Ashley and Mr and Mrs Gordon Leod to authorize the appointmentof
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for .
"' .\ f' Ashley Jr.TIMOTHY. an Advisory Committee .
Technical Training Program for e .
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.. North Florida Junior Collesre. Mo- I -
-t WAYNE CINN tion was seconded by Mr Milner and COCO =CJ-
carried. ...- .
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b I I The baby boy of Mr.and Mrs Bids for library books for North G o

I Noble Ginn born July 17, has been Florida Junior .College were canvassed I =
30 GALLON KEE
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; : I I named Timothy Wayne. as follows: .
: General Non Trade
Gas Water Heater
I Distributor Books ,
Books
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Mr L R McCook of Jacksonvillewas 5 '

. .. t the guest of his sister-in-law "H R HunttingCO. C3QJ ,Glass Lined, 10-yr Warranty
I Inc. 331-3% 10 to 20%
.M __ ,. Mrs Al Atchison and Mr Atchison A C McClurg & :E !=>>

Thursday night.Plagued., Co. 30% Up to 30% $54.95'"

Campbell & Hall. Inc 30% 10 to 25%

t Day And Motion was offered by Mr. Mc
Leod. seconded by Mr Phillip and .

carried to award bid to H R Hunt- .
tkM .. b NjghtwithBIadderDiscomfort ting Co., Inc as lowest and best HARDWICK
bid. other.
All bids rejected.
? Building plans for the Adminis- = Gas Range $149:50: ii:
BYARNIE tration and Student Center build-
EVEN MORE CUSTOMERS
Uawise eatiac or driakin ma
I aouree of mild bat aaaoria bladder ings were presented to the Board. Completely installed with two : I
d ImUUoas and-maldnff TOO fed restless.' Following a careful study of these ,CO 100-lb gas cylinders
tease uncomfortable. And if rertle -
.s nia-hu. with Maria* backache, plans preliminary approval was given N
headaehe or muscular aches and pains upon motion by Mr McLeod, C $19.99 down, $7.05 mo.
MEDDERS doe to overexertion,strain or emotional
upset"are Unr to row misery-doat seconded. by Mr Phillips and carried.
wait-try Down's POXs. Mr Priest chairman of the North
Doan's POk act I ways for speedy j ,
relief. 1-They have a soothing effect Florida Junior College Advisory .c. -Mad' 0.
dft irritations. X-A fast pai* Committee recommended to the ',
relieving action: oa sagging backache e.g.
headaches, muscular aches and pains, Board that the salary of the preSident HU 3-2226 :Madison, Fla. 0
Service Station >thru-A the woaderfoLy bdaeys.tea&Bg mild diuretic to increase: adios the be increased in the amount of ,
American .
J V "Red" Cason
output of the IS ales of Hdaey tabes.So $ o0. Motion was offered bv Mr Charles Wells
get the ..... happy relief laminae Mrs. .
have enjoyed for ever M yean. New McLeod and seconded by Mr Phillip* Dorothy Medders R. H. "Bob" Dye
large economy slat avast GetDon.a to authorize this increase. Motion
MADISON FLORIDA alP today

'1 DOAN PLUS carried.The secretary. was instructed, upon Maim. Gas, Co. MAKSQN. GAS, CO.
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