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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 18, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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1 .. WHENTO RENEW"YOUR OAK, HILL NEWS- CHERRY LAKE NEWS : '
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DRIVER'S LICENSE 'UNDER ., '- Presbyterian Men .

Mr: and Mrs J L Davis visited I S
THE NEW FLORIDADRIVERS
Vacation Bible School -
Mrs Zola Woodcock .,
and Mrs -Belle
LICENSE LAW Mrs Lizzie Lee Webb and son, The Vacation 'Bible School at the Admissions: :Mrs Monteen Moore, !'resb: riazr Men dined on country -
Morse' at the Christian Advent fried steak at
Baptist church will have Commencement McNeil's Res-
Donald left Saturday for a weekend Mrs Mattie Burns, ,Mrs Mary Selph,
Home in Dowling Park Sunday. Services Friday night Aug.18th taurant"Tuesday night, heard an;inspiring
Rev Carl Webb Vickers
visit with Mr and Mrs Olen Gary ,
If your birthdate is, in_Septemberyou Enroute they had dinner ur the at 7:30 p. ra. All. welcome-fellowship Donald Eads. Joe, Hembree Mrs .talkjpn the futility ,of worrying '

must renew your. 1961 Florid Downs and daughter, Janice and wayside park at Ellaville.: will follow. Approximately' 80 Dessie Dasher, Norman: Howard, by Julian' Gibson, and participated

..Driver's License, in September,.,1961. other relatives, and 'friends.... atXake-... Mrs R P Buchanan is spending attended the schooL Mrs Connie"""Hardee, Mrs Bernice in fplrited roundrtable discussion ..

If your-birthdate,is not in September land.: \ some time this week in Jacksonville ail; and. Mrs' Jerry Painter and HarrisoiVgKrs Margaret Pyle Mrs "Onrchurch affairs.<- President

your current 1961 Florida Mr and Mrs C .C":' Brannan -returned ;- Visiting relatives.: While -there son, spent last week end with- her Gettvdo4 Burnett, Mrs Virleen Jack, Wade wielded the gaveL ... .-. _:
: automatically home Monday from a visH* parents Mr and Mrs Horace Weaver. -
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Driver's License she will, attend the wedding of her Dixon Walterxi&eph Brock, William '

extended to the )1a4 day o \ .Ynext' our in ,North Alabama, the mountains' :!niece, :Mn-,Jeanette Cheney, fil4rsW C' Hawkins returned fromS&tegLi'Jretetivesr'in Goodman, r$ Wattle Howard Mrs Nodt.CupneJfs- ,

.birth- nlonU%. -Ar.-. ottierlrswi'iaterest ;They < X& nd 'Mrs Howard Coody, Mrs P' 3 -South Florida l KatW ;BeJlFoxx. ,. Mrs Lottie Mae C
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iVere b/-'their son, y a week. Stokely Drew Webb, Mrs Louise .. ,
accompanied
Beginning September 1, 1961 renew : ; -
Reba) Williams and son Ray attended Pfcand Mrs Donald C Wilson ofl[ '
your Florida Driver's License Clark and grandson, Ronnie of ; the Newbern family reunion Virginia Beach, Va. are ,spending a Kelly Discharges.5 : Mrs' Ruth' Herndon_ Your friendly .4pcal newspaper. ,

daring the month of your birth at -Jacksonville. Aug 5 at Auburndale.v' .leave with Mr and Mrs W E Wilson, Rev Jack Lamb, Mrs Monteen The E-R may now be purchased at.OUppett's ,
the office of the County Judge. Mr and Mrs, Marcus Cherry and Mr and Mrs Harvey Keeling Pinttta Grocery in Georgeto\vn :
To encourage the use of those ,delicious Moore Mrs Nettie, Shea, Mike Lanier -
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The original current license must sons Allan and Douglas spent last pears, mentioned by Mr. Merchant I and Mr and :Mrs Fred Joseph .."Val- Mrs Gertrude Burnett, William (formerly Ike Hutto's). Mr Cup- '
pett recently solda.
be presented for renewal. week at the beaches. While away you might like to use the following dosta. Pre Wilson stationed at Jones Cecil Medders; Joe Hembree, grocery in south Florida prosperous to r

Anyone born in a month other!. they visited with Mr and Mrs _recipes used by well known Ft Story, Va. Mrs Ollie McCall, Mrs Dessie Dasher to Madison. return \.

than September who may desire to Thomas E Gamble and girls of people in the county. MM2 c 'W E Wilson, Jr spent last Rev Carl Webb. Mrs Mary Selph,
Tuesday evening with his parentshis '
James Hart Ronnie Vickers Mrs
have their Driver's License validated Orlando.
Mrs Charlie Wheeler and Mrs ROTARY CLUB t
ship is 'stationed at Jacksonville.
Lantie Carter, Norman Howard Mrs
sticker Mrs Jim Braddy and little daghter ,
obtain a validation : Hugh Smothers tobacco
may Relish
Edgar Blair Pear : WSCS met at the Methodist Gertrude Burnett, Mrs Connie Har- warehouses
from this office beginning now for Debbie went over to Lake City 30 or 4QLjpears according -to, size church Mrs Robert Jenkins gave dee, Gary Vickers, Mrs Virleen Dix- manager was a speaker at

twenty-five cents (25c). This sticker Thursday for a two days' visit with 5 medium' onions, 6 bell peppers,, program on World Council of on and baby girl, Donald Eads. the Rotary Club Wednesday when

might be helpful to anyone traveling her parents and family. 3 green, '3 red 4 xnips sugar, 3 churches last Sunday night. BABYDIXON he spoke on the sales at the Warehouses -

outside the state of Florida. Walter Mickler who has been in tablespoon mixed spice, tied in Mr and Mrs Frank Riley have re- Mr and Mrs Winford Dixon of and reviewed' the tobacco ,

.. Sincerely Yours, Berlin for the past two years re- cloth bag, 4 cups vinegar 1 tablespoon turned to live in their Cherry Lake Madison are the parents of a baby season just closed here. 'J

: -,'. Curtis D Earp turned home Saturday for a,month's tumeric. home., Mr Riley has retired after girl born August 12th. She weighedT Rudy Hamrick also made as Informative

.- County Judge. *** visit with his _parents. Mr and Mrs serving' 25 years with the U S Army. Ibs, 7 ozs.Admissions talk on the agricultural
Grind pears, onions' and peppers
Mr and Mrs Horace Hurst and
W A Mickler. His friends are glad : Jessie Crews/ Walter situation in the county. ,
turn into colander. Mix drained have moved into.the house
children ,
Smith Susie 'Cobb Corene'
Sack Gallon, Norman Protsman
have him home. of Live "Oal 'i'
to.
onions, peppers, sugar, vine- formerly occupied by the Fioris. Della .
Whitfield
pears Clara Lee
; Goolsby,
returned .
and Gene
Albert Campbell Badger of Palatka were
Mr
Methodist Men's Club home Sunday afternoon from a gar., tumeric.. Drop in spices. Boil The Glen Crosby's* are. living in Margaret Hill,' Lennon McQuay. visiting Rotations. ,_
30 minutes. Pack in hot sterilized the Dailey house Discharges: Major Felix, Sandra
visit with relatives in
several days'
jars and seal. Smith, Genethel Williams Sarah
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The Methodist Men's Club met in Vero Beach. Mrs Dean Agner's Pear mincemeat Thomas Mary Simmons Mae HOUSE BURNS

Fellowship hall Tuesday night when Mrs R E Ragans had the pleasuref raisins 6 Crews and baby boy. ,
1 lb
7 lbs ,
pears
plans were made for a county-wide ) having Mrs George Ragans, Dr 1 vinegar 1 table Dr and"Mrg Walter Militzer -and Born to Jessie Crews Greenville, The home of Rosa Bellamy was I
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meeting of Methodist Men's Clubsto and Mrs J' A Davis and children, cups sugar cup children a baby boy, Aug 11. Weight, 7 Ibs, destroyed Friday morning about
all Susan and John Mon-
be held in the church here the spoon cloves 1 tbs cinnamon 1 left 10:30. The cause of fire was due
and Beckey, Mrs Irene Andrews 2% ozs.. .
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Jimmy -S day to return to their home in to the !
of Sept. 19. spice. explos'on of an oil stove.
night
and Mrs Robert Andrews I A baby girl was born to Margaret
Prof James M Bass was guest Mr Grind pears and 'raisins. Mix with Lincoln Nebraska from a visit herewith and James Hill of Madison All the cpntents of the house '
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i Rosalind Hutchingson : Aug.
speaker and in>his talk stressed the and baby, and Miss other ingredients. Cdok 'in enamel Mrs J J Newman and Miss Weight 7 Ibs, 5% were destroyed except a few clothes.
brother to visit ozs. I I
need for the return. to rugged individualism and little pot until thick as marmalade. 2 Audrey Newman. During their stay The place is' located six miles

in domestic and Inter- her during the weekend. coconut be added for they were deligrtfully entertained east of Madison, about 1 mile from
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national .affairs rather than to conformity i Mrs B M Kent had as recent. richer cups product. at supper dinners and luncheons by Parker House Burnsj-j I Blue Springs, ... highway. < .
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of thought evident in these visitors, Mr and Mrs Tom Warren
times. He cited three instances to I.and three children Lynda Laura, hosts, and hostesses including Mr I Mrs Dan Walker,-Dan_Walker, Jr
and Mrs Howard Studstill, Miss r
illustrate his theme: the vote of Ed. of Miami Mrs Joseph S 'THE WEATHER and John and Liza Walker and -
and Ann, ,
Alice Sims Mr and Mrs W C
round Ross that saved President and children, Pat and Carol Cope- Mr Leonard Parker and eight I Mrs Joe Stubbs of Atlanta visited
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Johnson from being convicted dur- Doyle Mrs Lorenzo Kent and land Jr and Mr and Mrs Lewis cifdren narrowly escaped injury and Mrs M L Walker last Saturday: _
and
ing impeachment proceedings; the and Mr Week ending August 15th 1961 Stewart with a supper at the Madi- possiby death when the house in
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stand of Martin Luther in the children of Jacksonville.Mr Max. Min. Hi son Hunting Lodge; a luncheon by which they were- living, caught afire, ; S -

Reformation and the unique employment Waldron Ragans returned Wednesday 91 69.51 Miss Ethel Rowe; supper at the early Sunday morning. HugheyReunion

of Henry Ford's assembly home Sunday afternoon from a Thursday 92' 67' .20 Country Club by Mr and Mrs R C I Mrs Parker lit the oil stove to _

line jnstead of the old accepted week's treatment in the Memorial Friday! 93 68' .07 I Home and Mr and 'Mrs Van 'H[I cook, breakfast and went I n the yard -
methods of business. The Helen hospital in Tallahassee.Mr Saturday ::-- 95 82 ::00) given by i for a few minutes. The rest of the The annual Hughey Family Reunion '

Parramore Circle, Mrs J,P Johnson ,Joe Miller was called to Lake Sunday _*_ ",..-_ :96 68 ,1.63 Priest; a bridge party was I family was asleep. The stove ex- will be Sunday, August 20th
chairman served a chicken pilau llth by the deathof Monday -- "-:-';91. 67 .06 Mrs Alice Williams and Mr Frank I plodedand flames spreadquickly at the Suwannee River State NPark.'
Friday Aug
supper k City Norman Miller. I!Tuesday- --. ,?.-:. -89 72 .00 Cantey; a supper at the Blalock over the entire house. Fire began Friends and relatives are all in. '

his brother Mr patio by Mrs D F Burnett and MrsT falling on the bed of the eldestson vited. Lunch spread at 12:30 nooiu "
with him in '
[ friends syspathize
.' _His Total : 2.47 C Coody; Mrs Farris Bl''antVas Clarence in the room farthest 51-lt'ch-
LIONS CLUB his loss.. .. -- Rainfall 'week ending Aug 12th at hostess at,a luncheon at the Gover from the kitchen and awakened 1

i ; Carlyle ,Ragans and Charley Gibson _Tower 2.10 in, Lovett Tower nor's 'mansion fn Tallahassee; Mr him: He ran to the kitchen to save Notice of School ; .
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I Dickey, returned home Saturday 2.80 in Aucilla Tower 2.95 in, Moll and Mrs P S Cantey were hosts at his mother. When he discoveredher .* ; -

Lions consumed a tasty fried from Leesburg where they had attended Creek Tower 4.oo.in. Madison forestry a dinner; Mr and Mrs James Har- coming to the house, he ran ,. .** : '-. -
chicken dinner Tuesday at the Woman's the assembly. They reported -! "headouatters '0.45 in. to summon the-fire_ department By Openings "
heard glowing youth dee and' Mr and Mrs Kirby Reich- I ;: ,. .:{:
Club and a a good time. :. Sun rises "Aug 18th 6:02 am; sets t this time, the.: rest of.the family, '-a .
Tobacco I mann 'had a supper party at the -
1961 Madison
report on the Mrs Ruth Hembree and daughter, 7:15, pnuMoon awoke 5 tend also ran,, out of the '- -
:Market by Warehousemen Big Bill sets-Aug 18th 11:28 pm Country Club; 3 dinnerparty was house*,_ -, -- : I The schools of Madden Cotmty ...
last Tuesday
Jarrell and W B Hull. They are Miss Linda Beth spent t.toore 'Moon *in'constellatIon of libra given, by Dr and Mrs Sidney Fox- The;flames were- extinguished r but will begin the 1961-62 -Se1iooJ" term .

already steamed up about 1962. night here visiting Mrs R, L : Aug. 18th." < ':."'fi' in Tallarassee; Dr- and, Mrs A P the house and all of the Parkers ps follows: *- "A .-.t JL .
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County Agent Rudy f Hamrick and family enroute .to their homein High tide Auff 18th at. St. Marks Edgerly gave a supper at the belongings 'were charred "and: : ruined All Negro 5cfiools'well open Moa-

stressed the magnitude of the agri- Steinhatchee from a ,-two__weeks' light,7:02 pin. -I '! Country Club, and an outdoor picnic by smoke and water. day August 21. '
culture industry in the- U S and in with Lieutenant and Mrs All white schools will open Monday -
visit < :supper by *Tr and Mrs: J ,P The house belonging to A T "
Madison Cqunty. A-.detailed reportof James M ,Hembree and baby Karen Mrs Irene Andrews entered the' Johnson and a. sapper a supper Wilson was about pne mile south ; August 28. -

Hamrick's observations will appear Beth at Carswell Air "Force Base at Medical Center at Gainesville on at the Country dub with MrsB of Greenville on 'U S Highway 221. i School buses will. maintain! the _

in ,an early issue. Forth Worth Texas, they also visited Monday for treatment party the -The ehildrens ages range> from same schedules and routes that were !
N Gross" hostess were among last
effect I"Children
in and ,around Bonhara, Texas,, -borne ,in Indiana He visitors. 3 years to 19 years. to )'ear.
Mrs Clayte Dickinson Jc-pent the hIs former many attentions shown the to be enrolled la .the

weekend in... Atlanta. with .Mr Dickinson their former home. was accompanied by,\!the Haullys The Mitizers were guests of friendsin Marcia, Dr. Mltitrers brother-in law 'first grademust be six years, of

; who. istaldn g_ 'a K _Mr Lewis Searcy left, Ust Wed- who_ass-also 'viwtiasiai' theca for- Union Springs' Ala and of Mr and sister in Tulsa Okla enroute, age on or$before. January 1. 1962.

coarse tbers this:; ; month, .'! -rw fresday ion*riJtR a visttie? swirjr with relatives> .at+ t-jnerhesae-< 1!!: .- .ia,- ladiaaau, .... ... anr Mrs .Maebeuf and .daughter. r'borne.. ..'.,;,'. t _t.-'. -i ... I 'i.,_, .. '; '*",* 51-2t-cS -

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I -.:'. ,_, CONSOLIDATED': ,JUNE- .25-. 1908- '- :FLUNm'SFASIQONS' bowl Annual Speedway Farmers has Tobacco_ setup the and'"First Tur- your son ;', ,4 changing reads j ii
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run Saturday Night August -
:. ::;. .' a MERCHANT JR., Managing> Editor on the Mayo Highway across 19th, at '8:00 p. m. canoe! ASK> ABOUT CT TODAY -

:.. MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor from Tobacco Warehouse No. 1 All farmers are invited to sharein own '. E

1IRS. W. E. WILSON,,. Advertising Manager.- .- -..'.. Hats and this this annual affair by'overall comingout J fcH.ITCHCOCK -
Jewelry Saturday night in ,
6 -even higher i. in the mountains straw hats cause Thunderbird is Gulf Life I1f'II"I
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Gftwear 1911 Horn Office JacKtonvUU, Florida
than Bogota. Found*!,
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The Cathedral Of Salt ladies will- be featured. It features Mrs Ashley Beggs, Mr and Mrs W T

: 4 Young Girl Meets top back seat drivers in South Beggs, Sen and ,Mrs Turner Davis
These lines also are being written_ and North'There
: Georgia Florida.
1JO" this afternoon REFRIGERATION SERVICE'. Mrs H -C Merryday and Mrs Carl
in Bogota. The writer went
will be valuable
prizes
miles out from I -= Madison, Florida Karstedt went to Atlanta this weekto
some thirty Tragic Death ; ;-, plenty of good .ole country cooking,
Bogota on the Caracas road to attend the wedding of Miss Mary
Barbeque, Hot
Dogs, Hamburgersand
FoB0gotalnADay Zipaquira, where is a mountain of Soft Drinks with Snow Cones / PHONE HU 3-6339 Jane Merritt and Thomas John
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:. These lines are being :written salt, and salt is being mined there Miss Merle Bass age 16, of Madison -'! and Popcorn for the kids. .if. no answer Call Beggs in: Thursday afternoon in

; now. But the more interesting part drowned near Ashville, Fia. ten In person will be "S9Uth ,Georgia's HU 3-2560 Emory Theology Chapel.
__ in Bogota, capital city of the of it is that underground in this miles northwest of Monticello Sat- Leading Moonshiner" to sing "My
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republic of Colombia, high up 'mountain has been carved out a .urday at Sneads Smoke House lake Uncle Bill's got a Still on the HilL" -x-
huge cathedral, said to be the only : MADE HEAD TRUMPETAT
:, in the Andes mountains on a its kind in the world, and while in swimming Saturday _All this and more is scheduled I- Mrs E M May and daughter Miss
one of She MUSIC SCHOOL
lWas spending the end
week this week at the
.. surrounded by Thunderbowl Cissy May and Miss Blanche Gentry
plateau l largely services' are held regularly in it. with Mr and MrS John Martin of Speedway, g miles north of Valdosta : Larry McWilllams has returned leave Saturday on a trip down the

more mountains. The writer There are seats in the main partof al Greenville: and their fifteenyearold Ga., off 41 N rth. Follow.the crowd. from the Universities of Indiana and state to visit places of interest and
and the usual
left home Thursday .morning the The auditorium cathedral is called La daughter and two small ,children. all roads lead to the Thunderbowl. Michigan where he attended the will also visit ,relatives in Orlando.
coves. The party had gone picnicking for Stan Kenton School of Music. While
andafter in Jacksonvile -
stops Catedral de Sal (the Cathedral of- the day and'the younger memberswere 70x15 Goodyear
there he made Lead under
., Day; tQna Beach, Miami and Salt). It is truly a wonderful thing playing at the lake's edge. CIRCLE MEETS%. Trumpet -
and the writer is glad he went to it. the direction of Stan Kenton, Band Weather Tire
Panama, was in Bogota that None could swim Florida Highway
He purchased a ''booklet about the Patrol Troopers W F Tremer and Mrs C S Blalock and Mrs W L Leader, and Don Jacoby, profeSSional -

& jiightj.'; cathedral out there for a peso and Kenneth Reeves reported. They recovered -Horton 'were hostesses to the Helen trumpet player.

: ;: if one would like to .read it _(however the body in twenty feet of Parramore Circle of the Methodist As Low As $11.88Plus

it is written in Spanish) we water about an hour after the girl ,church :Monday afternoon with ten Miss Mary Jo Gross who has Tax and Tr cfe-in
let him do
Four would be glad to so.
Cute PuppiesBut sank.Mr members attending; Mrs J P John been a counselor at Camp Skyline,i atMESSER'Battery
Martin at the time fishing
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son presided over the business Ala. this summer left there Sundayto
,firstet us tell of a in another' area of the lake and
:meeting when plans for the circle's go to Stamford, Conn for a :,
Orange) Juice For Polish heard the calls fpr help, but he '
littje trick somebody played on arrived too late to assist as the girl activities for this ,month includingthe month's- visit with her sister Mrs &, Tire Co.
the writer. Wednesday nighl writer" Men's Club W E Vaugh -IJoYd and family.
This morning the wandered had disappeared. Resuscitation efforts supper Tuesday
when he went home he hearda down town in-Bogota. It was Sat- proved futile. evening \were made. '

whining noise on the back urday and the Indian natives had Miss Bass waS the daughter of Mrs James Hardee spiritual life ANNIVERSARY SALE ,
come to town in full force. They Mr and Mrs Harry Bass. She was chairman conducted the devotional.

steps and, upon_ investigation_ were' selling dress wear, knit wear, :a member of the Senior. Class of Miss Beatrice Griffin taught the ,

found that somebody had left blankets, #niits.foo51; djo::telling Madison High' School and very concluding lesson from the study '

him a- basket containing four what all on the' streets as* well as active in' the young. people's work of book Safe in Bondage, ,giving, an Merchandise 30and 50% Discount
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what was being sold in the stores. the Moseley '
cute little puppies. We took Hall Baptist church, of! interesting talk. The hostessesserved
Several fellows were repairing'shoes which she "a ,
was' member. She was ice cream and cookies. AT'
: them in and fed them 'and out on the sidewalk and others ,were* song director of the church choir,

bedded them down for 'the shining shoes. We sat down on one teacher of the Primary Training.
of the stools to get a shoe shine. Union class and Song Leader of Mr and Mrs Buford Selman wentto
night, but we are not saying
The man had temporarily left the the Baptist Youth Rally. She was Mentone Ala this week to accompany -

Thank You to the donor. In ,stand but a little Indian girl also a member of the Future Home- their children Susan and Bill

the meantime, if anyone wants :'([probably his), hardly more than a makers of America. Selman home' from Camps Skylineand WAYNE/W. WEGER
babytook a brush and made as if She is survived by her parentsMr '
one or more nice little pets Cloudmont, respectively. They
she would shine the shoes and and Mrs Harry Bass of Madison
and will give him or them a visited Mr Selman's parents in
smiled quite cpquettishly. It was two brothers Sammy and

-'nice home, he can come to see quite a -pretty- little sight. The boy Ronnie Bass and one sister Dianeof I Armurchee Ga while away. .

us. who did shine the shoes used a Madison; her maternal grandparents ., .. / :{ ".i :
.. ,p olish we had never seen used that Mr and Mrs J J -Cruce Maytag Washers at .

,- way before. He squeezed a part of and her paternal grandparents Mr ,

an orange on the shoes instead of and Mrs S D Bass all of Madisonand
Cool In The CityNow the liquid polish that we put on at the maternal great grand- WESTERN AUTO 302 SOUTH RANGE STREET

home.__ and followed_ this with the parents Mr and Mrs J D Woodard +.!ew. ....n.ww.
then, back to Bogota, regular soft polish. It makes a of Perry and a number of aunts, tf lAfeov v**"w w**. .W+*--
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which is a city of much moreL good shine too. uncles and cousins. She leaves many &f.ft rv'v* \ ffVif
:jk 'Ni.Slytv: :::::Ylt}
relatives and '
friends who
= than a million people and, while were W-5 'x
shocked at her tragic death and '
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it is much nearer the equator Twelve Cents will greatly miss her. ;w --; /|;/; <

than Madison is, it is very Funeral services were held at 4 '' V ? 'XfffAv \
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We mentioned in an earlier paragraph p m Monday afternoon in Moseley I
cool here. In fact several men I
I' that the little booklet cost a Hall Baptist church conducted by ; vr ;* 3i
are going around in overcoats, peso. The peso is the unit. of currency Rev Austin' Kelly assisted by Rev 5. ,% s/ f gl

and women in wraps here in here and the Colombian peso Jack Lamb and Rev Clarence Langston 0

August. The city is more than figures almost exactly twelve' cents of Tallahassee. Rev I T Carter's
'n U. S. money-that is, one gets !Quartet sang. He'll Understand and
a mile and a half high. Cable eighty-four Colombian pesos for ten Say Well' Done and God Shall Wipe

cars and a cog railroad run up U. S. dollars. Some of the sellers Away All Tears. :4:

to the top of one of the moun- just figure eight'pesos to the dollar. Interment was in the family loin ,

They use the same dollar mark that San Pedro cemetery with the ,.. _
tins hard by the city. Bogota, ,. ....
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we use and so when a person from TJ Beggs Funeral Home in chargeof ..
like other older cities, is both home sees an article priced he is arrangements.; ,

ancient and modern. There are astounded until he remembers to Active pallbearers were Messrs

divide the figure by eight, or eight Bunch Tuten. Bill Bass, Dickie Bass, : '
old here and there
buildings If
and a third, and the price then will Donnie Tuten, Lamar Tuten and
f are also many new ones to come out about the same as-at home. Ronald Bass.Serving'as. /

'- take, care of the population honorary pallbearerswere "'
Messrs Leon Andrews, Owen -
increase. There are a great Fields Of Malt Taylor, Sidney Moon, Francis Bass,, 4

many automobiles here, but the I Marvin_ __ Bass_ Frank_ __nn .Tiitpn, TTe___,..y I or

government has for some years On the way out to the salt mineswe Bailey and 'Billly Bailey. _

not allowed new cars_ to be I saw\juite a number .of sheep 1
along the highway, as well as cattle,
COMPANY
imported except in unusual I D TO FT. STEWART
w. also 'quite a bit of corn although it SUNDAY ,. -.
cases and a few compact cars. looked to be just a little different ....', ...;";" );;: ::?", '".:".v:" :,.,.L !
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Company D, 3rd Medium Tank
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that we
several fields of grain :
-- noticed on the streets of Bogota .took to be wheat or oats, but the Battalion.6Tth Armor of Madisonwill -

today few instances of don driver said they were malt and leave Sunday August 20, for Ft He's got Valiant fever!

keys carrying loads of goods. that the malt was used in making Stewart Ga for two weeks. Approxi-

-. The writer used the Braniff beer. Well that seems to be quite mately thirty-five men of the com 1
'a favorite drink in other countries pany will go. Units from Perry. SYMPTOMS: Swollen poeketbook; making deals,at .fever pitch! We'vegot .

C' .' Air Lines from Miami into as well as in our own. There is a Tallahassee Panama City and Madison -. jtom' fourwy ku,saving on a brand .a rash of Valianta in a wide assortment :

__ Bogota and their officials have big brewery here in Bogota.Anrcersary compose the :3rd Medium Tank ,. > about of models and colors. If Y ou'.re -
VaKsntt Nervous feeling
been most kind to him gave, Battalion ., new 1
nursing an old car along, bring it, in .
; .him a ride over the city this Sale _, ,condition of pretext tJT1 Envious green and get a healthy trade- ss allowance ,;,--max

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: afternoon. All in all the city is psUor vhm neighbor htf8-B Valiant '. "
..,.. CIRCLE MEETS ':: '. .: rIf on a brand-new Valiant. ;. ;
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j .. -4 quite delightful.. The. republic MERCHANDISE%-50" you.kave these symptoms, head for :-.. :

of Colombia is ,great coffee DISCOUNT "'- 'D. Do not stay In bed r
.' a The Janie: Paul circle of : the .. your Plymouth-Valiant: dealer now! -

: producing country, second only WAYNE'W. wEca. Methodist church met Monday i : .It'senci-othe-niodel-yeartimeIWe're! .l.". Come see us today-be, cured! ... i(

: ,; r to Brazil, and is also a great morning with Mrs B S Waring with #
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,t; oil_Country. Of course, it pro- five memliers. attending Mrs CarlKarstedtpresided WE'RE TIE HeIRS. ..'IUI PLYMOUTH-VALIANT BEALERS! ..0 :

educes many other thu'i8's too, JewelerMr in the absence
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the chairman. Mrs Marshall flail

*r:wheat, corn, bananas, fruits, ton presented an interesting lesson RAGANS :MOTOR .COMPANY, .. ;

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rl-:gold, a great many emeralds, and Mrs W S Cooper rand from the study book Safe, in Bond :

.;..?,: and other things\ The, writer's daughter Jackie are: vacationingat age. The hostess served cold drinks MADISON, FLORIDAwi' '
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i REVOLT OF THE SLAVES ,- : "i j, '; :i"i : .
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starring Rhonda Fleming S'
Lang Jeffries. The rebellion that ; \ tY

toppled the might of Rome. Ten : ._ :'j. N .

thousand legions hold .. .
couldn't the '" V
flame-haired beauty who led it. : : 1(! ,; ..;'!-<, '",
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They defied the tyrant's sword to '?"

follow tHe commandments of God ,F.
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end put a. torch 'to an-empire of sin. I

'FIVE GUNS TO ::; tl/tP '
TOMBSTONE; '. _. .,
stfanyng <
James Brown, Robert 'f, > "
Karnes, Delia Sherman. Outlaws,
hungry for gold, invade a peaceful :" : 4ti: 3 ,

little town, bringing terror tney had :

never known before. Cartoon.- t r. : : : ., :
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S Sunday-Monday, August 20, z'f y :

THE;: LAL>1&:: 'brAw,- letumcolor, -

starring Jerry -CewisPat Stanley, ;

Helen irauoeJ, Kathleen Freeman. -=- 'JI" .
Jerry" Lewis at his funniest. Oxwens ? ;.- .'
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of beauuiui girls are alter him-- I"" : .
a the wctnan naier-ana what a;;: situation. "-
Cartoon.TuesdayWednesday. ... ,7.: ::. 1

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Miviix KAi\1\ iD, August- 22- ;23 ;I -, '" .' ; ':. ,: r
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Qauue Stepnensoiu. "'ineL, terrifying ... :, ) ,r. *, ': .; .". h at '. __ '

rise and ruin' of Hitler's' ,reicii.Mimed : : :< <" L : <"'. :
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in every y >gruesome detail :by :. .... ... ? .. 6 _

the Nazis ..themselves*: The most .. a ? : I
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motion picture' ,'ever. 'presented. Car- : ; A n active boy's r<>
toon.
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;Thursday-Friday, August 24 25 -
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walk starring See THE voodoo'again DEAD John, Filmed in McKay ONE action,,in Linda Eastman New as the Ormond.Orleans color dead, '" ha.n' <. :., -' L'E Y I 'SSOOUBLE J .E A N S '


where voodoo was introduced to a .. .. .,.. d q -t., .-
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terrified world. .' I G

SANCTUARY, starring Lee Treat 'em rough-LEVI'S Double-Knee Jeans are chemicallyfortified -

Remick, Yves Montand, Jean Car L '
much than
: to retain their rugged strength longer -
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son. One disastrous
night led to ; :
a
life of misery. Cartoon.BRIDESMAID .:; ; : ordinary denim jeans.-actually l 87# !longer by laboratory test!

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.. WEDDING .1' : -
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Mr and Mrs Pat Millinor and Miss ...... __.. '
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Frandne ,,
Millinor atten<1 edttie Wedding ... -" "
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Hill Searcy in the First _', tfie : }(S' witlBEtT 1.t.raM. a1.t RnINI::::3 ...... ::I6.:s stry 2S.. e wlvs, '

:Presbyterian church in Tallahassee -- :.'..- -;:;..-- .. _':"...cr'G.I'eUIIToN : _:1
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bridesmaid in the wedding. : : Sizes '6-12: >3.98::7--: : k ?


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.Mrs T C McNally and guest Mrs '.' i, : ': ;' r ..L..Yld.n.YI.w.n'.n.-.
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:Martin and in Orlando with Mr and WORLD MISSIONS CONFERENCE ."

Mrs D G Walden and Mr and Mrs Guy Morrow, who underwent an REPORT JEANS'in
LEVI'S
Bob Jones. They were accompaniedto operation in Gainesville recently, is Presbyterian women of the church Do bIe-Knee

Madison by Mr Douglas Martin' expected to return""to ,:Madison Aug. heard on Monday morning interest-

19th, and will 'recuperate at his ing reports of the
who spent a few days with Mrs a N.M.rv World Missions

McNally and Mr and Mrs Tom Martin home. I conference from, Misses Sister Can- in dressy'Youngsters COLORS STRIPESll! '

Mrs Southall left Tuesday for I tey and Nell Norfleet, that was held .:

Chipley to be the guest of Mr and BEST MAN IN WEDDINGMrs recently in Montreat N C. -

Mrs G U Myers. They reported five hundred young; love 'e ml! Double-knee just as rugged asLEVI'S ,
William Shirey and William people and three hundred adults
-x- SEE THE, TOP
can make 'em in handsome Fall solid shades and smart
Shirey Jr left Thursday for Ocalato .
Mr and Mrs Frank Jones and attended. They told of inspiring .
nephew Mr Frank Thomas or! attend the Wedding of :Miss Pa- STARS RUN talks of the missionaries from the stripes of Sanforized denim-for dress-up wearl! -
tricia Amy Blackmon and Glennis
Bainbridge Ga visited Miss'Whitte NOW various foreign fields, their study \ aS '
Shirey Jr in the First Methodist through
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Dickinson last week. church on Sunday.. Mr Shirey who of the book of Corinthians, the permanently-fused double knee ColOr-Fast, Sanforized, with

SEE THE is a first cousin of the bridegroomwill I OCTOBER 7th .I study of Christian missions in guaranteed for life_ of Jeans I Ie zipper fly, waist snap fastener! v .
Latin America and heard of the
serve as his best
in the
wedding.Mr man CLOSED SUNDAYS situations faced, the work. problems, double-stitched with extra full-size range-4 to 16 Regular,

Wonderful Bargains and economic status as told by reinforcement at strain points I 4 to 16 Slim,25 to 36 waist Husky..

I IN THE and. Mrs B Waring had as JEFFERSONKENNEL missionaries. They attended classes

-. guests for the week end Mr and Mrs CLUB 'and. had a well-rounded_ .recreation' A.D.REAMSSTORE ';

2 for 1 Dress Sale Bob Baker of Plant City, and their t: Monticello, Fla. program. They expressed appreci- -

grandson Wes Baker of AlbuquerqueNew On U S 19 ation to the women for their part
ATC Mexico, who is visiting them. in sending them to Montreat and GREENVILLE FLORIDA
3 Miles Northof
-] termed the week there a most re- _. .1'"
FLOREE'SFASHIONS Mr and Mrs Raeburn C Horne U: S. 90 warding experience.Mrs -, -- -- -- -. ,--- -' ,- -:: -.
attended the funeral of Mrs Annie
AND GIFTS Thomas in Ocala SPECIAL SECTION T L Fraleigh conducted the Rev and Mrs Henry Langford and
Monday. FOR NEGRO FANS Mrs T C Coody was hostess at
business when
meeting reports were
on the Mayo Highway across -x1 three sons of Roanoke Va were
given. Mrs Marie Park reported on weekend of Mr and Mrs J B an informal supper party Saturday
: guests
from Tobacco Warehouse No. Mrs Roger Asbury returned this RACES evening in the-patio at Mr and Mrs
NIGHTLY 8:15 the Leprosy program and offeringand
Davis and Mrs Langford.
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week from visiting her brother L A
.Carroll Blalock's home honoring Mr
Hats the nominating committee Mrs
and visited in Mobile Ala several
Jewelry Dickinson, Sr and family in Jack- MATINEES 2:15 P. M. Jack Wade, chairman recommended They and Mrs Mace Newton of Creed-
days this week and will be guestsover.
sonville. She ON SATURDAYSAND
was accompaniedhome moor, N C guests at Mrs Coody's
two changes in the 1961-62 list of of i
the weekend Mr and Mrs
Giftwear by her nephew Ashton Dick- LABOR DAY officers Mrs Donald Loper was I home and Mr and Mrs- W II :Moss
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s inson for a few days visit with his LADIES ADMITTED elected president and Mrs T L Davis enroute home. Mr Langfordwill of Kentucky who were. spending
1/2 PRICE aunts and the R C Dickinson preach at the Methodist church .
family. TURF CLUB Fraleigh, stewardship chairman. I.the tobacco season here and in Quit-
Sunday morning.
Dine, In Air-Conditioned I ,man. A picnic supper was served
\ -,- to sixteen guests. f :
FEEL LIKE A Admission Only 50c I JOIN ARMY Dr and Mrs Marshall Hamilton II -
x k .. FREE TUES.-THURS. and daughters Misses Nancy and I -x- 'If "

No Minors Allowed Hugh DeLoach o'f Valdosta was Bonnie have returned: from Boone,
TEXAS ) .. the guest of Butch Fisher last week N C where they attended a College -Mr anti Mrs Dan Griffin have
-. r. On Friday Butch, Hugh and JimmyStanley Presidents' Conference.X their guest Mr Griff in's brother Mr

1 MILLIONAIRE LE'Wv HEAVY RAINA signed up for the Army'an 3 -X- Charles Griffin of' San Diego Calif.
I to leave
are expecting Saturday,
Mr and Mrs J L McGlamery of
.....>,1. -hearain fell in this August 26 for Ft Jackson S C to : Randell H Rowe Jr is resum
area Tampa were weekend guests of the
her
Oil wells aren't the late begin training. ing position on the faculty of I
<,4'. only Sunday afternoon that meal Lee School this year and began her Griffins and. accompanied Mr
,
: ;' things that "work while ured 1.63 inches At the Shire pre-school duties Wednesday. ,Charles Griffin here. .
Stock farm some hail was reported. I _
;t-i. you sleep! : Your money SusanlnezSmi th
._. Lights in different places went off
in a savings account and on, but no damage was reported. I .
Lieut-Colonel and Mrs Robert B DO BUGS BOTHER YOU? >
., 'I' here keeps on earning Smith 'of Great Falls Montana are -

A ', r EXTRA money for you : announcing the arrival of a baby

':. e;( '- 'month' in, month. out. .:.. .. ::; i' >: -: forTallahassee,Miss !Ray i Norfleet where left she Monday girl] born August 14th. She weighed OKAY, LETS GET RID OF 'EM, AND FAST. CALL
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.. -=-. with VS.NOW COLLECT- IF ROACHES,.ANTS, WATER.
position
: the State Motor .Vehicle named Susan Inez. The baby is the
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,t r : ,r a ;,Department. She and Miss granddaughter ,of I Mrs E P SandersSr BUGS, FLEAS AND TERMITES ARE MAKING YOUR

'; ILLE' : Velinda.. Andrews of Greenville will of Madison.Mr LIFE MISEIi BLE. WE'LL ELIMINATE 'EM, AND

rk : BANK OF GREEN share an,apartment l.here.a YOU MUST BE SATISFIED 1 .

; .', ," and Airs Prentiss Cherry of ;
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<: : MEMBER OF FEDERAL INSURANCE DEPOSIT *_ Lee _were in Atlanta to attend the BURKE; EXTERMINATING -ed;

,_;' v CORPORATION -,.: -- _, Ralph Blount of Greenville entered Beggs-Mbrritt wedding; Thursday .' ',-,:, '1> _.

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-N----- I IlIIfo August 9th. ". '.... the ,wedding attendants .. : ,.
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-"' Miss Merle Bass Y f I : ." Where .rpays
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Funeral_ services for Miss La- ; : \: '

quita :Merle Bass were held Monday .. -1: ? : : g .
at 4 in :
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tist church. >: )J. "v.. ..
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tet rendered Hell understand and .>: 1 :: : ..; ;. ".- ;' ... _
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Arms of Jesus, accompanied Mrs: ; "jj .
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Carter at the piano. I .::, -_.., :-- ; f ..., I'.w"'... -"'" ,.._...,, __ .' ,. .. .. "' '
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Kelly, Rev Jack' Lamb and : :
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Active pallbearers fof i f 2>FEDERAL SAVINGS k LOANtAS +CIAII ; ; SAVINGS.
youth age .k .. ,
were Johnny 'Ralph Tuten, Willar -:"

BBass, Dickey Bass, Donny Tuten, Ass. ts : HOME \
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Randell Scott,: Lamar -Tuten. % r. i.i tw4x.a f9.Gx 7kor !; i} \

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ley Hall Baptist church were Ex : a I
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Messrs Kelly Bailey, Sidney! Moon j i ; Z1 Drive-In Window
Frank Tuten S R Sapp'Leon Andrews !

.-: Billy ,Bailey and Owen '1'1 2o o 01l0. 1 4'd 1 a Y' t ., Night Depository
Taylor; from New Home Baptist 1 # ;
Off-Street Parking
; church were Messrs Marvin Bass

and Francis Bass.Outoftown Safe BoxesTravellers
j' relatives'who attended Y/ Deposit

the services- were r:Mrs J M Webb Check.
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St Petersburg; Mr and Mrs T :M '

'Keene and family, Doctors Inlet; I. n F.:..:
Mr and Mrs L J Cruce and three f

children, Helen, Kallie Sue and f,' '" '- .. ':.'.'
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John Mark of Wauchula; Mrs L'L > -
Slaugrter Highland City; fir and -> .:;;. i... -.i __! __ : -><'

Mrs J M'Hines, Tampa;,:Mr and n :,:2 '
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Mrs U D Jones and family and Mrs JT ; ;
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Mr and Mrs Archie Cruce and chil- ,.-:- ; ..,. ,.- ,
dren Johnny, Suzette, Mr and Mrs ::

A A Woodartf and Merian Ham, First FI&IRM -
Palatka; :Mr and Mrs Albert Wood- rMernbEec1eFa1llome- Valdosta

t. ard and :Mrs Sylvester Woodard, ... .' -/, -
Lake City;; Mr and Mrs Bill King t :' SAVN6Soan \. -
end family and :Mr and Mrs Ken- '

neth Bass and family all of VeraBeac.h "i>' .GeoriaLuBankSystew1 :"

; Mr and Mrs Robert Shores .
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of Chiefland; Mr and Mrs George : < CH' 4-016--I
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Bass Jr, Lake City; ,Mr- and Mrs .L ,, ,- :. .. .' "q.f.: .!.'f ," :
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D Woodard Mr and Mrs: Clayton: .-; Uf., -' T. !: "
Woodard, Mr and Mrs Doyle Sapp, ... r' '

"Mr and :hers. DeWitt Woodard, Mr .. 0( '.

and Mrs' ;lenis Cruce,. and family

Mrs Ira Bates, Mr: Oliver' Cruce
all of Perry' also a hot of out-of- -
town friends. '" \ Super Dollar Days For higher hanordinary f J I ; 4

Merle was a' member of the quality at, lower than usual J School Start Mae'sFASHIONS
Stylish Days at
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Moseley Hall Baptist church. She Continue at' Madison prices, see McLEOD FURNITURE NEHI BOTTLING CO. I IGr"pe .

was the choir director,. teacher in CO., Greenville, Fla.CriticalSurgery 1
LOOK AT THESE
hhe primary class, and song leader e % 4.
for the Youth Rally Associationand Jewelers: !. Orang* FAMOUS. NAMES .;.. .

was very active in community's Upper 1..0' m. :.. ,

church work. She will never be for- I A Strawberry j

gotten, but always will 'the. remem, Miller Wins First Place James Michael-Carryl, 12 >,ear-old. Root s*r SUITS' CQATS.. -i f

bered. I son of Mr: and :Mrs E R Carryl of PHONE FO 2-2775 LIVE 'OAK AND DRESSES. i iL ip
II I Cherry Lake, will undergo the critical '.' .
I A former Waycruss High' School operation of open heart surgery J; .
principal who formerly lived at in Gainesville .Aug. 22nd. ,
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a national short story contest. 1 congenital heart disorder was first o ,_ DAVIDOW 't{... ';t -j
Will D Miller, now a patient in ; .
operated on in Jacksonville, seven :
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CElL CHAPMAN = "
the VA Domiciliary Center in r. .
years ago, when a by-pass was *. -,
Thomasville, won first place in the made with 'an artery from'his right By Ronny Brown -

Veterans Administration Short Story arm to the lungs and heart to give The Madison' Junior Chamber ol ; OLEG CASSINI .- ..k \-l' 1 ..
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: Contest. him more oxygen. Commerce met at noon last Fridayat ,1i T
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The story he submitted was "My Last Christmas Jim was stricken t McNeil's Restaurant. s RAPPI -r ;
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s f Brother," (which concerned the tragic I Wayne Weger reported that the '
OOD RES with brain abscess and was rushed JR. SOPHISTICATES '
sto adventures of two small boys. It to Gainesville University hospital. fish fry held at, Blue Springs the h'io( '. ...,-'- ....'.' ".

Your Choice was selected over 3,000 entries. Here he earnei the nameof I previous Monday was very success- -., PAUL PARNES' ,:: .tiSRINTZESS ..1:,; .?;." .I
Final judges: were members of "Miracle Boy"* since in tens I ful. Many members turned out for ,
SMOKED SAUSAGE only one I
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the English staff of the Universityof thousand ever survive this delicate the event. ,,- "' ,
: WEINERSBeef Wisconsin. Robert Andrews, Chairman of the DAVID '
brain surgery. In tracking down the I CRYSTALROSENBLOOM
Miller has won the contest on cause of the .abscess, the doctors Jaycee sign program, reported that '' .
and Pork other occasions. These stories were found that one valve of the heart wire for the sign 'boards to be Plenty Free Parking"In Rear of Store : .., .
SAUSAGE MEAT "A Tragedy in Colors," "An Alta- was completely closed and that Jim placed along roadsides' has been 'DAVtfXDjW: IN SIZES TO FIT FOGARTY"{ ; :::

maha Tragedy" and '"Pa Rawlings." also has a hole in the heart, making ordered. EVERYONE Jr Sizes, Misses Wo.' ANN '- ,

; ; 3 LBS.51.00Come 'it double trouble. In the, open heart Weger Buddy were McWilliams,elected co-chairmen and Wayne of men's, and Tall Girls. DANI JR. .': ;:. ,.
operation, the body temperature is ,
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FOR EVERY OCCASION w
Sporting Goods ."Project Alert" a new program undertaken .
Others
lowered ;
to permit the blood circulation ; EvenMany :
and get fem! by the Jaycees. President : Weddings, Afternoon,
...... to be slowed down greatly I Wear, Sport, Dinner and Furs.
x CHARLIE WYNN, MGR. BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. and make possible a dry'heart Quick reported that information and ing
MEAT DEPT. tion. Jimmy's heart will be opera-1 I material will arrive soon for this
nected and perfectly dry I project. This will be an inferesting-

surgeons begin their work of melding -:program comparing Americanism
the heart. A mechanical heart I with Communism. : Mae's Shop
": Does your car .drink gas like a whale? I will pump arid purify his blood. The Buddy Holton and Tommy Greene
-':.,. have been elected co-chairmen of
Doctors have assured Mr and Mrs i I .
the entertainment to be held at the
: -------t Carryl that without this Operation
i- : This ,
Recreation
Jim live. Center Labor Day.
y cannot 1
Calhoun St.
115 N.
is to
designed
program encourage
Jim hopes to. be able to returnto
f. school some time this falL He people of this area to stay home / Tallahassee, Fla.
i and off the highways during the PLENTY FREE PARKING
was a student of MrsFrances
a ... .. Collins, home bound teacher, for Labor Day !Week end. Phone 222-0215 .
4 three }.ears, nad a' student ,at Cherry I I Guests included Mayor Jack
.- Woodward from Pinetta and Mr ... '
Lake school whenever he able
was
... to attend. He is now in the 6th Jess Pinetta Revels. These gentlemen spoke> LIBRARIANS RESIGN I I Super Dollar Days
.' on Development.
grade.
f'f" # I Wilbur Rutherford representing Henry J Blasick Suwannee River!,
.:.. t"c'r: ; There are no words to describe I the County Commission, spoke to Regional Librarian, of Live Oak, :Continue at Madison
( ....... 1p. ., the courage of this one small ooy. ''the club on future plans of road resigned and goes to a similar ,
He is a member of the Latter
>' c_ development in the position in Byatovm, Texas, next
;j. Day Saints church Mr Carry. his I county. Jewelers!
Also discussed before the meeting week. Fred Andrews assistant_ Librarian -
father, and pastor of the church is r
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-, adjourned was the fact that the explorer has entered the. Armed
TIME TO TRADE FOR RAMBLER! rural mail carrier serving Route 1. '
scouts would like to help the Services. Mrs D F Burnett has as guests
HAMBURGERS APLENTYAT I Jaycees- with the City playground her sister Mrs Bessie Neel of

P12 WHITE-TOP DRIVE-IN. clean-uo prefect Wavne Weser reported -x- Greensboro, N C who arrived Monday -
that Explorer Post 606 needsan and Mr and Mrs W G Lewis
I Mrs Nora Lewis- and 'daughter *
3 ALSO REGULAR DINNERS adviser. I .*: and daughter Sharon of Femandina
Mrs Shelton Miller .and daughter I
'fJ!r AND STEAKS. Judy of Quitmari were guests:of Mr Beach who came Tuesday.

y HAS SURGERYMrs -and Mrs. ,Clinton .Sheppard Tue.daYx .
VICKERSHU .... .
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CO INC,., '- : bicycle back t. s MeI. morning surgery at and'the is local* recovering.hospital Friday satisfactorily -.Yr..and.1Il'Raymond Frank and Ramona visited:Mercer St.and Augustine ,il Continue -at Madison' .

wIffi1rnzJN113 .friends aft glad to learn .j
I and: Jacksonville Beach Monday -
WK1ERNAUTO Her sister Mrs James Rawlinson of Jewelers! '
They also visited Panama City i _
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AUGUST 18th THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER IADISON FLORIDA ,
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2.4her.4.r..lnF..,. y '. yyla't The First Baptist church- Of '-'' ,..\ te -",
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Greenville .- .
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wedding of Miss Juanita Day and .':' .. '
.%r' :rR nyifv.; 1'IXfS 'des ;44,1r1 Mr'_George-Wilson Young Jr Friday, -. .. -.." ..., ... I ,
'.''ff August 11, at 7:00 p. m. .. ,: .. r'I
The Rev Harold Johnston officiated -

V at the double ring ceremony.A .. .. I
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tall standard of yellow gladioli
I stood in front, of palms and mag
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nolia. Seven branched candelabra, .!
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either ,side of the" altar, completedthe ,
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party. Satin bows' '''marked the family ,
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Miss Dale Carpenter of .Madison, -

: V f vocalist, and Miss Nancy Harper, ... .. -" .:.- .. .
pianist, furnished a program of i .t '
music. The traditional marches were
used. -- :, ..:.: -* ..: -:..-.- e' ..., 'tf .. ./., ":' ,';
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MONTICELLO STAR-Fly Doll, held by owner ErnestPettijohn Ushers were Charles Hewett of :. \ :; ) ,

is Ute first greyhound. this season to win 10 Madison, Jimmy Cruce and Gerald... ,, ,'. r ;:- T ... .. -S _
races at the Jefferson County Kennel Club at Monticello. Kinsey. .,':'. '
Mrs Vito Isgro of Madison, was' | --' .', .
With half of the season remaining, many experts think her sister's matron-of-honor .;;fi.S"( Mutual admiration! When a saver meets a saver going to't. '

Fly Doll may break the record of 20 wins set last Summer Miss Glenda Jean King. was maid-] : j :.- --and from this bank, each knows that the other is hep .

by Flash Fire, owned by \V. H.. Watkins of-honor. .*" :,:4 r" to the difference between wishing and having which .
Bridesmaids were Miss Linda ',. JKf is systematic saving!

SEE THE Day sister of the bride, 'and Mrs Y : Young people: in particular, have so many wants, needs::; ,
j jI" i Super Dollar Days Lamar Jenkins' of Madison, sister 'j and wishes, that regular'savIng is especially'important to : _g, .

Wonderful Bargains of the groom. them. Those who learn the'savings lesson early are the. -

I" I I Continue at Madison I Amy Roffe Madison was flower '- I very ones most. likely to go places, do things and 'have ,' I .
and Glenn
/ IN THE girl Isgro'also of :Madison H,
things from here on out! -

: 2 for 1 ,Dress SaleAT I Jewelers! II bearer., nephew of the bride was ring : .%: 5Cs:;: FLORIDA BANK AT MADISON '

The attendants wore identical ,<. 1' ,; I .
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dresses of Maize crystallette over .."_
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I : SYMPATHYA taffeta fashioned with .bouffant Member Federal ,Deposit Insurance Corporation -' "

FLOREE'SFASHIONS short: skirts and fitted bodices, And Florida National, Group of Banks 1;. ,
door stands so quietly there pointed in front and back and had
AND GIFTSon We seldom it recall- butterfly sleeves. They wore match-

the Mayo Highway across Until one dear passes through, ing slippers mitts and headpieces, BUSINESSMEN ,. ,
-- from Tobacco Warehouse No. 1 Beyond its shadowed wall. and carried crescent 'bouquets. Jot r r r :. .\

Don't despair the hand of God bronze chrysanthemums. with satin 4'

Hats Jewelry and Is there- to be the guide; .streamers.. Newspaper advertising
>; With love' to lead_ our dear ones ., The flower girl: attired as the .1".
On that vast otherside. attendants scattered petals from ,a make
I. Giftwear And we who loved 'your loved one- dainty ,basket, .trimmed in yellow can help you

With hearts warm and sincere flowers and net. A" -
_: 1/2 PRICE Are merely rays of God's love The bride, given in marriage by ,j money as well as have .
4 ; :.. '. 1; Who 'long to comfort here '\ her father ,Tvore : a floor length ,.-.t ...
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't Ms. Arthur Curtis otonfiipello .:.. ....JESUS SAID____.. down of lace and,. crystalette.- The If oi:in tHisiness;
"JS"recovering from .surgery she steep comes softly,quick and gentle- loAg'1olnted?+ -sleeves were fastened
underwent Monday lnt Archbold I One you love's no longer' there. af the wrists with tiny buttons and ,

hospital. She is the daughter of I I We, who care would comfort tender, the fitted lace*bodice had a bateau Call HU 3-6361 -'. 1

Mrs( J 'D Scruggs of Madison. : We your pain and sorrow share.- neckline and was accented with a ..
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In that valley-I'll be there deep panels of lace. The fingertipveil { \
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i Used Small Freezer Ufting-- your dear one so gently '1 hung from a bonnet of lace Suwannee.River : .'r'{{r.'V/y 7I'IiCi''f' 'rr'r.:.+,;rr;L4vArlW:1'f11A1YVr?} {' rrr ryv r'AYI1f ti$} 'i.'rrr:}{Y."::r.4 r y:y {ti;:::i:4;: :{<6vwvrtiw:.::;'rN: ; .
To that land beyond compare and fluted net, outlined with seed
E-Z TERMS Try to think on His sweet promise- pearls."She carried a yellow throated Junior College News .
Messer Loved- ones are His-special care. orchid'on a white Bible cascaded Our advice i iIt to drivers is free, fool! !
< By MRS FRED DASHER with: picoted satin, ivy and feathered >- .
1 1. The above dedicated to the carnations. pays a driver to listen to good advice-even when It .
; Battery & Tire Co. memory of Miss' Merle Bass and to Mrs Day chose for her daughter's Suwannee River. Junior 'College comes from the back seat. We think you may profit from

her family. ,. wedding a lavendar', eyelet em- will open September 5, 1961 for the our advice about ear Insurance. How much and what kind' .
broidered sheath dress of linen. Her 1961-1962 school term. you need for adequate protection against: the risks) of "
corsage was of variegated carnations. Orientation, registration, and test- .. -' -
df ivin$.- No obligation o f course ,
-H aIEd B ,in; paaniB STBJA Suno.x.s.IN, ing period will begin August 31,
FEEDER CALF blue brocaded frock and her corsage 1961.' All prospective students .are
was of white carnations. requested to file their applicationsas Morrow Insurance Agency _0 .

A reception7 followed in the early as possible. .
Woman's Club House. Greenery and I All freshmen and new studentsare I 108 West Pinckey St. :Madison. Fla. .
yellow flowers decorated the reception -: encouraged to register Thurs .
t halL The bride's table was day, August31. The sophomores will Kepftsehtlni the Ha o Pit&ItlititanMCom 4ftY ..

overlaid with ruffled organdie over register Friday September 1.

yellow, centered with a three-tiered This term we will operate on a ---
wedding cake, frosted in yellow, day schedule the hours will be 'I" Mrs Olaf Bergwall-of* Cedartown' .
and trimmed with sugared bells, from 8:30 a. m. to' 3:30: p. m. Ga arrived Tuesday on a visit with .;
I SALE. slippers and flowers. The table was College students are authprized Lawn Mower Parts and [her parents Mr and Mrs W B ',

i't t outlined\\ ivy,* caught at each ride the regular'school buses. Davis Jr.i3ackor. .i ii
corner with sprays of yellow ServiceMcWILLiAMS i
blossoms and net. Crystal candela HIGHWAY ACCIDENT

bra with yellow candles completedthe SchoolMay "I
setting.: Olie Wade Webb of Day was ,
GARAGE
An arrangement of marigolds driving 1950 Chevrolet pickup truck
graced one end of the punch table. Sunday at 12:10 am and when Dresses. TheFarmers Shop I
headed south on State Road 53 few ,
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500 HEAD CONSIGNED USDA GRADES The crystal punch 'bowl was nestledin a
greenery and clusters of grapes. miles south of Bell's store-the truck
Miss Sheila Ann Harrell of Madi- ran off the road, the driver lost

son, cousin of the groom kept the .control and the truck turned over. Attention Hog !
I bride's book. I Mr Webb was taken to the hospitalfor .

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30th. -4 Misses Jerri Bowers and Georgia i ''treatment of face and hand ... '''-',, '

Mugge cut the cake and Misses lacerations and was later dismissed DON' ,BE MISLED BY STATEMENTS made by some Feed. ,- ,
Ann Cone, Velinda Andrews and State Trooper ,Joe Peavy who in- '; -
Carolyn Fulford served puncILVhen vestigated the accident stated the SalesmenAll ."'",
SALE 7:00 P. M. .
: '\ the 'couple left for their truck was a total- loss. There. were! good 40% 'Hog Supplement is worth about the same price. .".._ .-

.* "-- wedding trip, the bride was wearinga no charges NO Hog Feed. of Comparable Food Value is wortm twice as much; ,

:' :lra; VALDOSTA, GEORGIA ....r.=r; '>-' beige sheath. dress of waffle- in=price and will not do twice as, much good as any good Hog Feed. -
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.: :.: .. '-, .. weave pique .with bone accessories.Her Super Dollar Days no matter ,what a "High Pressure" Salesman tells you.
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The groom is the son of Mr and Continue at Madison We have to meet Our Customers every day. and try to be.Honest -

Mrs George W Young Sr of Madi- with them. Sane salesmen travel the country for awhile-:-load ...
-- son. He was graduated .from Madison ,; '
Jewelers the customers up with High Price Feed and a Lot of Promises
r VALDOSTA LIVESTOCK CO. High School and is'employed' '-
then are gone and the Feed Dealers .who meet their customers '
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Life Accident
by Independent and M;
,. : Insurance Co. Mr and Mrs Clinton Sheppard and every day suffer while the High Pressure Man is far away "Fool--. .. ,

The bride is the daughter of, Mr daughters Joan and Janie had as ing" another Farmer. DONT BE MISLED. / \;

'. '.: R S. 41, SOUTH ,:;: and Mrs Levi L, Day of Greenville.She supper guests Monday evening Mr OUR F.RJJ. 40% Hog Supplement is as good as any and.th1).) ; '
:I fJ ; was. graduated from Greenville and Mrs Hoyt Ragans, of Perryx f
'-7' price is .
High School and attended North : only- 103.00. per' ton.

.", Florida Junior College in Madison. 1\frs.A F Greene- and Mrs C L v... SEE .US,. 'BEFORE YOU BUYtSowNERs '. : "
Those interested in entering _cattle in this sale She Is'a dental Assistant at W* T Tadlock were recent guests of Mr 1

.. .j .. ," .:..".... Edwards Hospital, Tallahassee. and Mrs Elmer Johnson: ,in Green
CONTACT ;' Cove Springs. .

FOR ELECTRONIC -x- ...
k Mr and Mrs L C Glass have returned (
.JVALOOSTA-LOWNDES. ;.COUNTY CHAMBER OF. COMMERCE PianoTunng'CALL from a summer visit a their
home in' Tip on. Indiana.
-VALDOSTA. GEORGIA. OR GEORGE KESSLER. --LOWNDES

COUNTY' ; AGRICULTURE JV 1 AGENT' VALDOSTA.-!" .GEORGIA: W. T. RYCROFT : .;USEDmHOSlei's '- ot .. .

\ ,- Phone: Cherry Lake 8389 or I//J-66/6 Madison, Florida,
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!iites.ItbeBoardhskucthu All accounts in these schools were motion .JrY'Mr McLeod, .seconded Mr"and_ Mrs. Raeburn C Home .- Church-Mr, LangfordEis; ,!. afon9aerresident .
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I found to be in good order. by 'Mr Phillips and carried. are in Atlanta for the weekend to I ,,-- of Madison He is now-serving

Project Priority Lists for expended Bills for the month of July were attend the Kemp-Harris wedding at as Assistant Secretary to the

_f' Public Capital Outlay and Debt Service reviewed by the Board and orderedpa St Philips Cathedral Saturday Fffsr'SiAt.Clllch: Virginia Temperance. CouncO. "

, I funds of Suwannee River Junior d.- '
:I I I College were approved by the Boardto There being no further business afternoon. Rev 6.Keary'Iigford" of ". t, : BettY Fraleigh was the guest of
be. forwarded to the State Va will be*guest speaker.Sunday relatives in Quincy several days
Boardof .
,; August 2, 1961.. the Board adjourned. ATTEST: ..
.. The Board met in regular ses- Education for approval upon W H BAILEY. JR. Chairman, GRIFFIN BISHOP, Secretary morning at the First Methodist last week.
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members called to present.,order by The, the meeting chairman was, : 'En *K8? Toda lCb. twh Gt I1 fPr z I -

.- :Mr Bailey, and opened ,with prayer ; I :
by Mr McLeod. Minutes of the pre : ,":; lP .
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proved. ., .
Bids for supplying milk to Madison : ,
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County school lunchrooms for -:.- f ; i ,
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% pts at .074 each; GaL at 90c I, _"1f __ i+oroa w. ,
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% pts. at .0645 ea. delivered to o ;t'; .Florida I _. :

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Lake. GaL at 93c delivered in t X Of -. .Z= >7III'Jf,1IIfII s o .
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Motion was made by Mr Smith \ 11 -' 1Ma eel....aA'.1I8 .NIIII :
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and seconded by Mr Phillips to | AsYoaUk ;
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award bid to Hillcrest Farms' as ,

; Ayes lowest: and Smith best:Milner bid. Votes and as Phillips.follow: : 1 At Your Favoriie Food Fair ieizer_ rs iiora Daring G.Gigantlc :

ays: McLeod. All other bids were
rejected. -

Bids on propane gas and natural .
gas for school lunchrooms for 1961- ":

62 school term were canvassed as ...

follows:

1. Pyrofax Gas Corporation 14.5 ..
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2. Madison Gas Company 13.89
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3. Live Oak Gas Company 16c

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4. City of Madison. Natural gas ; t,
.for Madison High and Madison Grand Prize Drawing Saturday, September 30,1961

Training at $150 per 1000 cu. ft.
(this price equivalent to 12c per .' AitUtl..1# hit"vIo +s Prlxes oS- Enter Under These Rules ;;

gallon). !. Ie Ail lie tatar tf my food,.J..S art Start far vrf a Snl...3d Grand Ma. ..
Motion was made by Mr McLeod i ,2/ Color t Fell, Six. Oflic.IWIMet'IChoice: l +rb.m ?wa dpow...Entry.Of6chlbll BUak.M. ot to X Ham Ita rrWwti....crnhvetod**SwiOMlMg_ohM root V M Jbl...Vfckw...SO mO Sttgilli *
'to t .- 5r- 1.olhiq to buy!Enr*iofnx yog Ek*. M food r,r r Mart tor tatelttarliPMriM' '
award bid on gas supply to '." I TefevIsfoB Horn*, ftrtftrPUSFREE : : km to to prow to ww. Gr n4. ptA :rf Food ft*Stont toe ,
Madison High and Madison Train- J-' : M7.nr1-.ill".w/ try.. .wNIIT...,.ww llw wiR Motor InOti and AttMHriM or..AuIr .
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Jill podod>A f1ohSlo ,.tile.?. Lid 11I4 i/0/11.M owl M dtNlod M
ing to City of Madison and all other &.'=.1/0ry 14p for W.fie...."7 7..w 1F 11 1,1.bMIM1111M 10'
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schools to Madison Gas Company as MMlkly M to wN.M M food N*110n1r 116 .
ei 1M1116Y Uo1o11 w p1 t+,cti e-5 4. w ; lff j .
lowest and best bids. 'Motion AT EVERY FOOD FAIR-SETZER'S STfiREQBtiffilY a w.bifor i t1 dwa.a..h.; ; =;'' 7t=1 (i.wY
seconded by Mr Milner and carried ..
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Bids on Gasoline, Fuel Oil Motor ) --

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Anti- gaso- Fuel :.Motor Motor "DU.w.it ,. I 1 "
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freeze line Oil ,Oil Oil : : Oit From 'Cram Beef .
AS Steaks, Hetry. Western. Fed. Top Quality
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motion by Mr_ McLeod seconded.by *
TASTY FARMER CRAY FRESH CAUGHTMULLET
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Mr Milner" and carried. All other ( i.
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bids Mr were Tebo rejected.Webb bus driver, ,, appeared ''. I CREAMCHEESE ALLMEAT CEDAR Kn :S1 :." .

before the Board and requested '
an increase in salary on the :

basis of serving two schools. This : ,: p / FRANKS
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.Mr ner and McLeod carried.seconded by Mr Mil ,1' N ( 2 : 2

The Career' Increment Plan for 3, OZ 27 LB 49c 25c .

teaching personnel adopted by the : : PKCS LBS .
Board in 1957 was abolished according '.
to - '- -- .
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provisions of Chapter I !'<- -.11 It.
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61-262--Florida Laws, enacted in -
1961 session of the Legislature upon I -
motion by Mr Smith ,seconded by ;r C I MORTON ASSQR'TED FR"OZEN

( Mr Bids McLeod for school and supplies carried. were can-, -f 5OFREEEXTRA !i MEAT PIES .

.-, vassed by the Board and awarded MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS :
\ LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER gE' -
as follows: (See- list on- file at Board, '. : I o CHICKEN 0 TURKEY BEEF '
office for all bids). NAME
Toilet tissue 50 cases. South Paper '.. ""
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$6.45. ., ExptrM Avgvct 20, 1941 5 $1 00
"..: Paper Towels, 200 cases Ga. .- f CODE M -" "limit 2 I PKGS .
Paper $2.92.Floor With $503
'-----a STZZIf$ -
Sweep-Wax base 200 dr. V V H6tS! Food Order
Ga Paper $5.58 per 100 lbs:- .

...I. Floor Sweep-Oil base. 200 dr. : ..
: Knight. $3.40 per 100 lbs. PRODUC < ;

Corn_ Brooms 15 doz. South Paper 50MERCHANTS .. I't : ;.
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$8.50. LARGE CALIF ;'. -0
-. ':, Cotton Mopheads. 5 doz South ;' GREEN STAMPS I ", :
Paper 1265. /St INSTANT CANTALOUPES ',
WITH THE PURCHASE OF JVHIZ '
"!'I 8k x 11 Mimeo Paper 500 rms. ; s CHOC.. T AwBtRRY. CHCRRY VANILLA 10 OZ '
,'Gibson $0.86. ,DRINK MIX JAR '

.-. '-.., 1- lIcp'Sticks, 2 doz. South Paper, THIS AUGUST COUPON 2O.EXPIRES 1961

.. : .$10.35. CODE M psB 5 FOR -S 1.0 a'( .
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82 x 14 Mimeo .Papsr: 100 rms.

:::.... Gibson, $1.07. '\- ..; .
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rms. $0.86.I 50 f
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\!, I' THIS. Gibson, 107. r ; MERCHANTS GREEN
"BREAKFAST CUP" AROMA RICH ,
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x.;;, -Master Units Dupli 8 la xII. WITH THE 7 PURCHASE OZTOP or t_

fO cases. Burroughs $2.4059c). WHIP .. '
LB. .
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t Ki, $1.30. ',,, THIS AU OUST COUPON 20 EXPIRES 1961 CroLLO 1 0 coffo. \

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Knight, 154. -' ::125
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Crayon, U gr 3c. :, )

Knight 0.84 gr. MERCHANTs GREEN STAMPS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS REG.OR
24 in Steel Waste Baskets 1 doz. '1JlKG 1-
'-:-- WITH THE pURCHASE Df' WITH THE PURCHASE Dr DRIP .
:tf Dotherows $18.00. ';'. -,. '. :; Df' 9 LADY rAiR ICED- % GALLON "DADfI" t'

-.1'S Audit reports 'for Suwannee River ST'BERRY BUNS ROOT BEER i,
r.: Junior College. Pinetta. Junior High THIS COUPON EXPIRES THIS COUPON EXPIRES -
l6fi AUeuaTaa. 1961 AU BUST 20, t'0 f '
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The Big Annual .
,'.. IN'S REGULAR MEALS, TWO IN GREENVILLE ,

they're delicious, friend. I i GREENVILLE Two people'were SALE
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.. injured Sunday night when the car
:'" 1Mr SEMI-ANNUAL MEET i they were -in went out of. control ',1 .
and hit- a tree. Continues at, I

r r. The accident happened at 9 p. m.
:, Practically the entire congregationof
-:. .: II nine miles north of Greenville on
Jehovah's Witnesses are prepar- The Economy 'Store
'' BACK TO SCHOOL / state road 55.,The driver. Katherine _
ing to leave Fernandina Beach
)i' Bridges 31, Greenville, was treatedfor .
ELIZABETH ARDEN Fla, for a three-day; semi-annual. -
head and chest injurieS and
-i ; Bath Powder reg. $2.50 Now $2.00 meet with 17 other congregations* charged with driving without a li Mr and Mrs James Moncrief haveas

Flower Mist reg.- $2.50 Now $2.00 including those from" Chiefland, cense. Her passenger, John Alexander guests, this week at their Ctie'rry

7:' .; Hand Soap reg. $2.25- Now $1.50 Hugh Perry; Hancock Gainesville announced and Jacksonville today.,! 45, Greenville was treated for Lake home Mr Moncrief parents,
cuts and charged, with allowing an Mr -
1" About 600 witnesses are expected: and Mrs James A Moncrief and
;' FRIENDSHIP GARDEN TIMEX ATCHES' '. for the opening session Friday even unauthorized person to drive. his cousin Wayne Johnson, all of -'
and Women ing, August 25 at the Municipal Trooper Joe Peavy set damage to Talladega Ala.Used.
For men ,. ]
$1.00 the
Cologne car at $400. 'Neither person was
Auditorium.
$6.95 and upIcKesson's 1 reported .seriously; injured.. -
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Bath Powder .
: $100 The Watchtower Bible .and Tract :
Baby : I
Society of Brooklyn, ,New York SECRETARY TO PRINCIPAL
ANTISEPTIC: SOL-,5 t Aspirin, 2 for 43c _.. ._ sponsors ,of. the assembly, will senda .
'- 1.Reg. 60c 7"2 .for 90c' child's ---- traveling representative, Mr DJ Mrs C Armstrong: Is secretary Washers .
Tooth Bnishest.ODAKS Thomas, to take charge of the en- to. Madison "High School Principal

t & SUPPLIES- 2 !or. 59c ': '.- :' -. arid Mrs B''F' Kelley announce tire- program. Mr Thomas; will bea Wiley Sirmon. '
,the engagement 'oftheir featured speaker. Assisting him as low as $5 down and $5 a month 0

1 ... -, ALItABO..VE 'SUBJECT TO TAXES ". daughter: .' }'ancei, Lee Ottilia, to in theprogram will. be many local lts'Wm Tomlinson and daughterAnn LESSER" .: .:. "

other specials \ James,.,Loyxl Edenfieldr,.. son ,of _Mr ministers.' Iwith i of Tallahassee. were guests of r
Soo\pur 4PRESCRIPTIONS
c: maJ\Y this facing the a _
.. aJd.Mrs. Neal ,M FAenfie1 jpf ,generation her:;parents'TMr and Mi-s.W T Hoi- .
jAjLE: FOR-AND DELIVERED=. -; fulfillment of some of the most dramatic 'BATTERY, & TIRE co. *.
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Grand Ridge Florida. 'f lifrsswbrth'several
1 the
days past
We strive to -Come by and see us :'Miss. Kelley is ;:8. graduate of Bible prophecies, the public week, J
lecture, The Twentieth. Century in
'if' ROBERTS DRUG STORE .Madison High School and Mr Eden-
Bible Prophecy, to be delivered .I by
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1 field is a graduate of Grand Ridge Mr Thomas, Sunday, August .27 at n
I Phone HU 3-6121 Madison, Florida High, Sch oI.. Mr Edenfield is also 3:00 p. m., should be heard by all

111 ----- graduate of the University of Tam.. ,thinking 'Christians," Mr Hancock H
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Mr and Mrs Buford Selman and pa. He is at present'' stationed at declaredand then added, "Sessionswill \ / L Xut ;
\ granddaughter- Wylie Selman and Miss Catherine Mac Dill Air Force Base" in Tampa. include sermons, lectures, pantomimes @ iJUA. VJ
will be an event of short all designed to
f ,..panted the W H Flicks of Coral S attended the graduation .of The wedding plays J COMFORT AND. ".
September 3 at. 3 p m in the .Hope- help the ministers'meet the problems
.' Gables on a two weeks vacation In 1 I Miss ,Mary Ellen Selman from the well Baptist Church. 'The, wedding encountered in their' work from i mERHEA1TH

i : [Montreal, N C, have returned, home. University. of Florida Saturday. will be followed by a reception on door to.door as well as' instruction .. ..
for
guidance and counsel daily
the church, grounds. ',
Christian living. .J
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f ; I No invitations 'are being' sent All sessions are open to the public .. t. T .
locally, but all friends and relatives without charge or collection. JA..MERICAN.tand3rd -
t of the couple are invited. ,

t Miss ,Karen Peers has returned to
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,Whole house air conoitioriingi
t her home in Labelle from a visit _

I :1 .. NOTICESINGER ,Mail ElectionFarmers here with Mr and Mrs Wm Wim- ..... ,

,,'ii"';" berly., LOW cosi c**, Paments. !. FHA Te/'QPs "' ',. \

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t will be mailed ballots Beforeappliance you buy, any "
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today to vote by mail on Commit- ;
JOHNP.AGNERPLUMBING
1 teemen and Delegates. Ballots to ; check withWESTERNMTFO sJunofo
t .. be 'returned to ASC office by Aug. eotfv
31. The slates of nominees are: L AND HEATINGHU .: :

f. SEWING MACHINE GREENVILLE: COMMUNITYAlvin -
OMPANYi 3-6604 Fla.
Aljidison ,
Day Marcus Day,, Howard .... '- ... .-, _- -,. "
Fletcher Reuben Hamrick Joseph
i: 109 SOUTH 'PATTERSON,. VALDOSTA, GA. Laney, Walker Lewis :James N

I Newman, Joe Reams.. Luther Taylor
: PHONE CH 4-2304
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... ) and Clarence Thigpen.
SIRMANS COMMUNITY
{ OR RUBY'S FABRIC SHOP,,MADISON/ FLA. Rosco Andrews Billie ,Bailey :

Kelley Bailey, Willie Blanton Joe
i offers you Hudson, B R Rainey, Davd! Sessions AL//\_.
.L L. Sever, Owen Taylor and
t Eugene Tuten. : <<
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: PINETTA COMMUNITY

:Toe Buchanan, A C Coody, .Cecil .
Crafton, Murphy Everett Emmett

,' Gaston, Lamar Gaston, James Harris \ -

Van Hinton, Rodger. Williams : \
and Millard Young. r a
LEE; COMMUNITY MtoflD ,
). Oveda Alderman. Edgar Barrs .
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Robert Bellflower Murry Blair. G

D Driggers, R D Evans, Fred ..
Holder Emory Jackson F T Webb

and Hugh Williams. .
4 trade-in on any: old sewing machine, regardless of condition MADISON COMMUNITY .0-;
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: ; 'on the wonderful Slant-O-Matic. Wiley Blair B F Davis. Rayford HtGH EMttONGSby 011 your sag .
.e Everett.. Howard. Fletcher, John .
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'. FIRST time Coffered, and WILL NOT. ':be repeated Howell Hadden.....Waring Jack Hunter., Liaton John Willis Tuten.and -. .,ova :-11fI'ii" ",$10,000 'i., '


Don't hesitate, call B .G Wychc.. "' ."$;!OOOOt'DIYIDENDS- M Af..*cy el tile.'U.So GenamuO.!. ':it::.

/ CH 4-2304 VALDOSTA MEMORIAL FLOWERS : j

.." .. ( -'" ,_ ."'.., _'**; _i.-. sa." Acct' .,,11 t'.;POSTAGE. PAID IOTH WAYS .; ...",, .l., I

or go by RUBY'S FABRIC SHOP for appointment, .. Flowers in the Presbyterian" IP.a...I.:.RV... ..._....12 ___ "

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church Sunday were given by MrBert wr rent l.awe \
Z.? .V/. .:. > *SPECIAL., :' : d V"I- > :' Hill. In memory of his'mother. 4 o '
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'.-1 -. ..,..-I'. ,. ,"' .. .- J, 11--..'''' .'''' -: ; Mr and Mrs S A Smith, and i
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J :<' PAGE_EIGHT __ THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON FLQ mi" > I FRIDAY AUGUST 18th, 1961
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.. I Mr and Mrs Cleo McClamma .and

t. ,. Save' Some of That .I ; W. B. Davis Jr. .son Dennis visited their son and
t Classified Ads4orSaIe I brother Gene McClamma at Ft
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:: ; '? TOBACCOMONEY _%_ : REAL ESTA'Ij. BROKERAGE' Jackson S C over the weekend.x .

-' t FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2-bed-, ACREAGE FARMS v
.. 4 :', and a : j 1 .. BUSINESS
j. earn room house-in a good communitynear INDUSTRIAL
; good .churches and school. ESTATES RESIDENTIAL Misses Sista and Nan Keyes and
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: ;, .BIG 4% .. :. 2 Tree farms 14 a & 80 a. The JACK WOODWARD, pin tta, Fla. APPRAISALS brotherJohn Keyes of Ft Worth

..._ ;,' ..'_vi"'_,- .. ..._,;.... .t ., -.:-' < .price Don't is right.Worry a Lot-Buy ooe,,*in: Phone HU 32304. 51-2t-ch ABSTRACTS- TITLE INSURANCE OF TITLE Texas are guests of Mrs P J Parra
; Miss Phillis Parramore.We .
t"it more and
{. : Livingston Spjing Acres-23 available FOR RENT: Two bedroom upstairs 112 West. Base Street
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.- ; J, .: 'l apartment unfurnished. 'GOod MADISON. FLORIDA ...............--1It--
; Several, small & large Farms4- neighbors good location. Phone, Phone .HU 316277 I .
good allotments. MRS KIRBY REICHMAN, HU. Full
We Have a Line of
For Rent-1 small apt. $35.00.2 3-6371 or. HU 3-6262. Madison Cadet Colin P Kelly HI of the

",bedroom house $45.00 ,* 51-tfch U S Military Academy at West
t Several' houses good terms low Point N Y and Miss Susie Cooper Dwoskin
and
EXPERT SEWING MACHINE
0'1' I.!' prices. \ 'of Denton Md who have been
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VACUUM, CLEANER REPAIR on "
HU guests of Cadet Kelly's grand-
make machine. Phone
: Broadus WHkughby:: 876618 any Madison.. 511tchWant father' ,and aunt Mr C P Kelly- and

I : 'i f Mrs Emmie Howerton, this week,
: REALTOR .... '. "
t : d! left their:; TALBOTT PAINT & ,
;i : ,Phone! HU 3-648T, Ma homes. ,
I 'f' SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Repossessed Walnut Spinet piano lorI -x- WALLPAPER .

sale, wiCS matchlng'TSench", .practically 1 full time work, 1 part time Mrs ,George Keyes of Ft Worth, Castle ParkVALDOSTA y

I new. COLONIAL- HOUSE work. MRS PATTERSON, Yellow Texas is here for a visit with her GA.
N OF MUSIC, 1108 'N. Patterson Pine 'Restaurant, Madison. 51-lt-ch mother Mrs P J Parramore.
Revival at Hop weU St., ValdosTa, Ga. 51-Ut-d I
; ..''" SALESMAN WANTED: By Top I
FOR SALE OR RENT hoUse
: My and
Flight Builder 'of :finished -
: ,, Baptist Church on. Park Circle in. Lakeside sheir homes, ,for- this area. Previous Back-ToSchQol
'FurnLshed 0> Unfurnished..'BUDD2HOLTON experience on home selling :

,:','lj w _.. ,.. Ph. HU 3.2254.49.2tCIFOR .Hot necessary.. ,If you have had 3
... experience in other lines relating I
1 i a Specials
1p SALE: 21" PHILCO T Vj 'to: dealing with the consumer /

$ :fi ::< f:; $75.00.JOHN' WADSWORTH.- Call Tallahassee' 224-3317 for ,apr .
J .HU. 32372. '51-2t-ch pointment. 51-lt-ch .
r AUGUST SPECIAL!! Shirts
:weight Sport
t LOST: One red male hog ;
FOR SALE: Girl's used 26-in English -
: about 225 lbs. EDGAR BLAIR, ,.
: PICTURE TUBEINSTALLED bicycle Call L A' ALMAND, '"
: : Ri 2, Madison.' 51-lt-ch. M L Reg. 2.98 & 3.98
Lee, Flaw HU 3-6409. 51-lt-pd. ;

"1"/ FREE! FOR SALE: One house to be THIS UNEXPECTED AREA MEANS CHANGE OPPORTUNITY IN- ,c 3_ 2S For $4.00

FOR A' $150.00, PER WEEK<
moved, $650. W L WELCH, Box
: with purchase of new picture 158 Lee, Fla. 51-lt-pd MAN, OR $75.00 PER WEEK ,, .

tube. On all other repair work, I A LADY TO SERVICE ESTABLISHED>
5f..a r. CUSTOMERS IN THIS TuiiliPimts'
10% discount on parts. FOR SALE: 1955 Ford one-half ton WATKINS .At inJ
CAN
MAYBE YOU
; LOCALITY.
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Pickup, in excellent condition.Call
All Work Strictly CashBEN'STV QUALIFY. WRITE: WATKINS,
HU 3-6428. 51-2t-ch 659 W. P'TREE ST., N. E. ATLANTA Sizes 28 42SHIRTS

SERVICE <. : 8, GEORGIA.513tch
FOR SALE: One registered Char-

.- HU 36351GRANDFATHER' bray bull. L J LIVINGSTON, HAVE OPENING FOR $125.00 2 For $5.lJO : .
Rt. 3, Box' 174, located 6 mi northof PER WEEK MAN: AND OPENINGS .

DIES Evangelist Adolph Bedsole will Madison. 51ltpd.FOR : FOR 2 $60.00 PER WEEK TO MATCH I
PERSONAL INTERVIEW ,
WOMEN. FOR
conduct a revival at Hopewell Bap-
tist beginning Sunday August SALE: Seven weeks old SEE: MR JQE STOKES, .

'. 20th, closing Sunday August 27th. Dachshund puppies, females, $10., WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST : 2 For $4.00rtEN'S
Rev Freeman Stokes, grandfather HOTEL BETWEEN -
Evangelist Adolph Bedsole, Pastorof male $15. Phone HU 3-2370. 23 THE MADISON ,
of Mr Bill Stokes manager of the Immanuel Baptist church in Madison, Fla. 61-lt-ch 7 & 9 P. M. 51-lt-ch:

,. -." Wells Furniture Co died Saturday Panama City,. Fla. SKIN ITCH .

night, August 12th, at Wadley Ga. Morning services 10:30: Evening ,Anniversary Sale DON'T SCRATCH IT MEN'S I

Rev Stokes, a retired Methodist services 7:45.Everybody. Scratching spreads Infection causing '
Preacher, celebrated his, 99th birth- welcome Rev' W G MERCHANDISE 30-50%, MORE -pain. Make this test., Apply & ,Argyle SocjhsReg. !.-. '

day in July and led an active life DeShazo; Pastor. '51-lt-ch DISCOUNT rrCH-ME-NOT. Itching quiets'down \ "

until a few years ago. His, wife, r-- AT in minutes and antiseptic action helps 59c & 79c- r '" 1.
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one son and two daughters precededhim :Fbtterkhk i Hose J ,speed healing. Use instant-drying '

in death.Survivors one'daughter WA ITCH-ME-NOT bites, toe itch, other?for eczema surface rashes.insect :1 For $1. 0.0: .

are three sons:and The May Shop 3" nf If .not' pleased, your 48c back fct "
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a number of grandchildren any'drug store. TODAY at SMITH'S '- :: '.' .... .
and great-grandchildren. BROTHERHOOD DRUG STORE. ,(advt) f. '
LADIES NIGHT
Funeral services held Monday ..'.' ; : '
Mr and Mrs Bob Lay and'daughter 5 'NyloD'Slips Cl
;Aug 14th in the First Methodist The Brotherhood of the First Bap- ..
.Melinda leave, today on a week'svacation Monticello Stock YardAt ... .
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tist church .
Church at Wadley were attended by observed ladies' night to the North Carolina : < '
.. of Tuesday night at their,, .. ..: Sizes 32-12-All Around Shadow ,_ .
Mr Bill Stokes., a grandson, meeting in the Coast and will visit.Cape Hatteras ''''''-" 4 -
Madison. educational. building. and Nag's Head nd other places ofnterest. the !Monticello Stockyard, Inc Panel. Lots of Lace 6.95 value ....' '_- .
N P Dean ,Pre byterian elder and ,
Little Bobby'Lay is visiting August 14, 199 cattle and calves '
layman addressed the group on the relatives in Fernandina Beach and were sold compared/to 272 a week' ; < ::,
Golden Active $3.88. ,
Rule. visit rela- ago. on all classes parti- '
1 Anita Lay is on a with
SEETHE. Joe Stafford president of thegroup Miss. cularly so on stocker and feeder
tives in Jackson '
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steers and Slaughter -
slaughter cows.
presided at the business session ..
when officers for the new, year Repairs on all small gas cows fully 50c higher, heifers GIRLS' >>- ;
strong, other slaughter classes poorly
were elected. L C Bruner will be motors. HOWERTON SUPPLYCO.
2'foriDressSale tested. Stocker. and feeder steers Presses
the new president. The new slate of ., Briggs-Stratton and Mc- 1002.00 higher, heifers strong: School

AT officers will be installed-in September Culloch Sales and Service. others steady to strong. -
and will take .office in October.A Slaughter steers virtually absent By Cinderella and youngland''sI5tl'
u:: J'LoREE's.FASH committee of,brotherhood mem-
,CONTRACTORS
NOTICE TO
bers served a menu of baked ham, r' 'Mrs B N Gross left'Wednesdayto S '

+ONS AND GIFTS English peas, potato .salad,, rolls, ADVERTISEMENT! FOR RIDS spend a few days in 'Atlanta.' ; s3oos4qo

on the Mayo Highwayacross'from pickled peaches iced tea and ice

Tobacco Warehouse No. 1' cream to the sixty members and Sealed bids will be received until UsedT-Y .
their wives, who attended.Wiring EJS.T 6, GIRLS'
September
9:00 a. m, .
EZTERMS
Hats '
Jewelry and 1961, in the office of the Board of, "
and 'Repair County Commissioners,- ,:Madison Messer' I Cotton Stiis.BOYS'

Giflwear[ County Court House, Madison, Florida ; ;.. cl.*

BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. for "Boiler Replacement forTh & Tire Co. L11. _. :;;1::C1:,
Battery ;
: :: 1/2 PRICE Madison County .Court House, $1. 00 '.
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Madison, Florida. -/ -
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General Contractors may secure NOTICE TO CREDITORS '
specifications as of August 18, 1961 I Florida Statutes ,
Home Of The Jumbo Hamburger '
.from the Office of Barrett, Daffin IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY '
; & Bishop, Architects and Engineers, JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY. .
: 111 North Gadsden, Tallahassee, FLORIDA IN PROBATE.In Knit Cotton Shirts
: Florida or at the office' of Dale re: Estate of John H Simmons.

Leslie, Clerk of Circuit Court Madison -! Deceased. Sizes 616Reg. 1.98 & 2.98 .
n r r n':ii> County Court House,_ Madison! TO ALL CREDITORS' AND PER-
Florida at no cost to the Contractor SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR, DEMANDS
with a limit_ of two (2) sets per AGAINST SAID ESTATE: ;I For $3.00
Contractor. You and each of you are hereby

... Contractors bidding on the above notified and required to present any
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claims and which you, or
project will be required to furnish demands .
a certified or cashier's check,, or either of you, may. have against the Wrangler Jeans
/.>.4 written reputable estate of John H Simmons, deceased ;- .
bid t bond by a
,.. ,' late of said County, to the .
.. -. and acceptable company, and for not
the Bid made County Judge.of Madison. County,
Base
less than 5% of
:" Florida, at his office In the court $2.98
payable to the Board of County Sues 4-12 -
Commissioners. Madison County, house' of said County at Madison,
E" Florida, within six calendar '
,", .' Madison Florida. months from. the'time of the first
; I The successful low bidder will be Each $3.49
"- publication of this notice. Sizes l3'-16
required to furnish a Performance writ-
ciit claim or demand shall be in .
and Payment bond in the amount of of
ing, and shall state the place
100% of the Contract Price, written residence and post office! addressof

t with"a Surety Company operatingand I' the claimant, and shall be sworn Wash Cloths "
licensed in Florida acceptableto hi '
:o by the 'claimant, his agent or:
I -jl_ the Owner, before the award of attorney, and any such claim or Reg 15cIt's
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-,. -. >t,4tf ft.- the Contract. demand not so filed shall be, void. .
t So. ,. :':I. IS 'T> "The Owner reserves the right to MINERVA ANDREWS,, MERTI-; i

.... ..' reject' anyand all bids. REE TUTEN As executors of the ;10 For $1.00. .
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: ,.. -'f: .- WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN -: W"-- "" v MADISON COUNTY Last Will-and Testament of John '
t... : I BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMIS. Simmons deceased. ::: !
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,. I ':,{ on Mayo Highway, Madison, F1a.'i '* SIONERS.BY DALE LEsLIE, CLERIC512tcli .. ... : Y' '

"_ ,, ow FEATURING; in addition to the already famousregular USED WASHERS '. First To Eagles ,

Hamburger, the JUMBO BARBECU: ? HAMBURGER S

at 50c and on MEDIUM BUN FOR 4Qc, .. daBiises -GOOn> 'SELECTION '
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_ Enjoy 'the new taste sensation in town Our BARBECUE -. -" HOWERTON_ SUPPLY CO. .. : Then Back To School :

HAMBURGER Your Host JOHN MERRflT. : Ik May 'SII ;, -: ::: .: :- .- .
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..:-.:.."Bibl. MfciefUl Acts.13:22-41: 18:11i i c rj.
40: 17:1.14 18:5; 1 Thessaloniao 1:1: L !
;1 Peter 5:12.DtTrtUwU. I .
B,*4ia,j'PhIUppUM 1:} 'a: .
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S OME people are born to be j : 4..c'.

......-*. ....* econd'flddjS.} This is no dis.grace { : I
.'.- .. Jn. _an/jw Ws6ra. _tt is 'no 1 5-
disgrace t, play with the second i I : ... .

.,-yjolini. 'Every symphony is written J ,- :. ..'
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first"VI51Iri"only.'second vio- t 5' ,

tins, the violas,4 .
tL-:% cellos, the, i-: -"",
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7 bass fiddles.-"notp t.)'' 'V h -
to mention all the r :
4 .a : other kinds pijn-j t ,;r '.
struments, '- the : > ,, "" .
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s+r. them all in mind. ; V. I, 5"
If the second j
violins went on !
.a stride, -theor-.- 4 .
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'j i .D.r. -'oreDUD chestra. would{ :
'have to fold:; u;>> till they came t

.-..bac ::::1b. ".
; ;:,, So it is with the people who so ...,.

:.to j speak, play second fiddles *.an: : -

i their lives. They may not sit,.in' M 1
the front row and they may not ,. .r k.vdr'
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:"play the principal melody, but we 'N. ;a.
f .:.d.!. .'vir"::r'd: +
cannot do without them. The true .r ..:. .tw.,5. :.,( r. it,
: music of life must have them. :'1+ t\ r .

-and Silas .'Silas and k -

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v, :- *times in the New Testament; but .a .3 ,,K;? L,''n S .
; never mentioned alone. He. is always | '

somebody's companion aliways .. .
::: a member of a team. It is ;1 .... .. .. !l
.. "Paul and Silas," "Judas and : I .. .' '., -
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..:Silas... ," ."Silas and Timothy" ("Sil- ;
vanes" in 1 Thess. 1:1 is.the same. Something' fo Mink about e. .. If there are Intelligent creatures on. ,,:

-.'? ,name-even ,when like William Silas is and mentioned Bill; ']l S h f' some other planet, your son" and mine may. one, day -meet them! .:._ ."! a Clt -

"$lone, as he is by Saint Peter he d
"tis 4, rp What sort of would these "Martians" to be? _
hope
helping' some one else. Apparently people you ** ; .;..* ... ,

Silas without you thinking never of thought some one.of.:{ \i 7r s : Believers in God ". or atheists. x ; :.'. :

else too. Now this is nothing | V f
..... .against him. He was simply -S-\ of j } <,
aecond fiddle a' : Men and women with spiritual ideals '..e e or materialists the Kreqrilitr
man He was no I i c' .. .
soloist, but the music the early i ? Itf"'i'tr
vintage
church played .. . '.'_ t .
.... solo speak would i :

c shave Lance missed if be had something not been of playing impor, f j| c_ .' 'iI' Warm-hearted, friendly with, a Christian* sense. o values :orruflKless :. I ::.t!

Sometimes football or other' ath- ,.' ,; _, ....; ,::, indifferent, dedicated only} to self? to *?. _' .. .
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Retie teams ,will _rote for ''the ir I '' :":: .. ,,, ,. -;. 0;';. />' 1 "' .. ..1 !" ,,\>,' -t.

play: "triAat f :rtt' "3Mt. 'L bJ.tbe. .J t. .4L jf .y" ; 1 :_, : "' }: WOUL NVT !JTJBE.; HEARTENING io find-on that planet ,a world. '> .' "_.::-:' _. +, :{

x. team." Th1*one'.is very-seldom" ] : '., ;.' 1 1,I} ?' .of. churches I. j o"rfaith TI of folks atworsWp an d'at work fo r.the Tnith-, ...:-- -"- '
the man me public watches. for; : .
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and hears most about?" revealed to them by GOdt. = .. ,. ,
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Hero and Leader ',,' ".5- / : .> .1/' W / : 1. In&& Ul/U"Idi--:. itt 'r.: : .; r
Being"second-fiddle, or'support- oJ. ). .:-I';,-: .! i. ':; ,- : ": Something to think.about. Next Sunday! Whichi; i??. ;:; :; ,

I: ing actor, or team-mate or whatever .>0: \(.:" : '. isn't yet all we' want Mars to.be1 ,. '--% i J, .
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you call it, does not mean :: : t: -: :; J' %: ;. s
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that one leaves great accomplish: : '.5 !.. 4 1-' < '{ 1 ,." "" .-, -f-- %..r.. "
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dle's work is cut out for him and :. ,/ "c':,' : J ; ;.: .. ,"_ CHURCH. FOR ALL ee. ALL.FOR. .CHURCH. '. :i.- l1}1 : ,;...-' .. .

the conductor of the orchestra exi < '. '' ,) ';..V' .A..i.-r. 'gJ\' 1. J '". -: c..- d.... .._.'..,.... ,!!-:<..:l : ..'.:i -Co 't\

this pects Silas.-to-hear The him.early So.it Christians was with > .6 if i1.1... : :-; i" :' 'J r't. The Church is"the greatest factor'on earth forthe Day Rook Cbapta yases ; 'y-:.:t< ,, -. '.
: .t. f'" ,'' building of character, and good citizenship. "" :: ''': '::.. '
recognized him as a leader; indeed '.- ,. t.. fr-. .I' .... Sunday John 1.1. .2 77. {- '' :'IL ;
that is the way' he is introduced K. }:: '. '1 3 t.:,: :!. '-.a-,: It is a storehouse of spiritual values.Yl OU a Monday John 1) 12-17' 'r.. '? "( 3r *..". f ,.,
at the first mention of his* ,', '':'' strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization : -, J
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iiame. Furthermore, he was 31, : _.nrlgh' 1961 : };i', can .survive. There are four' sound reasons why Tuesday 431"... ." -:\'.. : 'L -

called a "prophet," which does r; 'f;} every person should attend.semces. regularly and Wednesday Acts \ .10, 3.1..1. ', ...; : .' .. .p: ;-.

not mean 'a reader of tea leaves' C J :. ,...:Kessler: Adv. Snva" .IfA ., 'i;...:: .. support the Church. They are: ((1)) For his own ... Thursday Romans 1 182J.IlrlU ; -;- ., ,:;.17;

or crystal balls, it means an Inspired "& ilL ', ': t ", ?' '. sake. ((2)) For his children's! sale. ((3)) For the Friday Romans' IS 1-6- :"" : :

learned .preacher.the will of God Other through men .. .... __ .......'." .11' .. .<>i;. ;, ,. sake of his community' and nation. ((4)) For the Saturday I Peter. 3 8-1Z .: .. .. ;. r i
listening to him., Besides ., r. t :'; sake of the Church itself, which needs'his moral f7' cold -_/ -
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-could be a, hero when'the time ..;'';'-'. ....- .' \" :"_ :j._ {-:, _,. material support.m..._ to go to churdlregularly .. .. Z.z .. ... '.

came. His name will always be. '. Wj' .", ;.;--- and ready your Bible da0p : A't:: F
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remembered alongside that of :_ : .

when Paul in'the incident 'at. Phillips 7;.;.....: J.o/ J.:. "" :: ..
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were both
beaten '
'throWn into Jail; it was no solo and : ,' : :li !' ;
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the prisoners heardat midnight, : { ; {\ .sir "t< c' .
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It was duet-Paul and Silas both; y ,<.- .. "" ,,- ". !. ,
In the midst of that Ugly place; \ 3 r _: : I? L .W .C y J: .tiAl ',NrtiL41f.1GlMi{?'+l' : : : : vaSitn.rrlYIi1'IJJgJJ( NK.YA'J AIJN tiJJ A -
sang; their'.hymns' together., '

Indisptnsablt. Man :.; ; t't. .- TheseReligious 1d,.- S sage ',;Are, Being. : Published 'Each 'Week, Sponsored, by the Following Individuals and ; .

.In one sense, nobody is Indis J .::;'t3' :' ,. : : _
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later, therefore those dies who sooneror .- ..o.e : r-.....i" ,. .; :.. ,- .. -- Establishments. .' T + ,.....4._'.., '
are
left behind can, if they have :: '. '. r: '
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get Tong without him. But when ,: :. ,
"we speak of indispensable men we .

mean men we don't intend to get. :- : .... .. : ,' q'- .
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along without, unless 'we have to.: .,. .. "t' ". "
., When Barnabas-and Paul split up;; "- t; ._, !, 1"i. : ..: -"
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.. impressive was, to be than sure Barnabas for nobody(as ever he'! f'. "1"f.. a ... .**',''. .;. _. t ---=...;" ;,:i-... MADISON, FLORIDA ;-7q.;:-'.''.j.';;:* -

mistook Silas for the king of the J9 ,< "J'if
..gods, as they mistook Barnabas e+ : >" ;.

once) ,at any rate Paul needed \'r'-tai'S' ,. ..- I. '. .'....,-' '- ENTERPRISE. RECORDER :"". "

fiim.On one occasion'Paul simply ,- -:..., MESSER .BATTERY & TIRE ca. ... : .' "" r .t'i ",,'
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would ; : -- ;
go no farther ., t"r -
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taut fduurney.until Silas on imnor- : 1" :> d .Tour Friendly Home paper. $3.75 a year. or-lOc a VVl'l3i&. i '.
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; catch tip with and him Tlmothycoul and- "" :'. MADISON, FLORIDA y ./ from. the Boys 3i > :". f3GF; LiS ..
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they could, all go on together ,' i < .:.r-' '. ..
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"n0 Saint Pier'setout,to.Jn'ite ..... f ij" .. i.l. ;wr
letter he ; : < F'v (
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Help him. needed some one to- .... WESTERN'AUTO, STORE' -. .. .. II!> ,_ -'

Peter did and not Silas have was' the' masu .. : :: d : 5i.PHONE' HO 3-2340 MADISON FJWRTOAf ':: 7-: r : .
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J. SALE, JB. Owner :
Stli.- :' name, hut he'wanted all his ... '-,"\. ", *, _" ,... A. > ,!( .," .-- :
readers *. know it ,was. S0a. who PHONE- HU 3-2385, MADISON, FLORIDA,.,.... -..'" #';;" ,.. '!:::'"' ''' -.';". ". iOOALTTY / I- .
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b Bible Qed who him.is;So helped the reader by of the .' .: '; ,;' 'ST. \ '< ""';., or <"'z.. ,- . . ; '.1..
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of Peter may be, thankful! ...J t. ; ': .. '-. JB. DAVIS, Inc..MADISON1 .. ,, ;, ..,.When your. clothes are, not becoming to you -. .theyahouId .. r : .

forithe man Silas; fee same.thing :' .. .... ,- i' ';<..jJi. !. '} :.....tefCominj ; to us Phone HU -235S. . -- ..TMADISON 'II.
Is.troe.of 1 Ifcessalooians. For the :: t : FLORIDA '''"4<..:;.. :!: ,::-<. :-f.....: 4 a ,

obscure who help the great, let y.- .._ .- ..- -- -5-- .:. ," .. ':: _'_ -. S.-, '. f _' '' ,. __ '.., ..- ,. ;- 'j""t' .
Q,give, thanks :;,. .. -1' :. .J: J. CANTEY, MOTOR CO. 'lFLORIIA tt.i--fh' ..;.. "
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1:: '-- :Mr and Mrs Cecil Sullivan_ and
\ Mawtes tf the Beard of Pacts AhOi&WFarmFo&s. : ; Brigs Stratton Parish
.,1 son Billy and :Mr and Mrs J W
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p& Instruction ': S ". ,' ServiceMcWILHAMS Chason, and. daughter Kay \ left
'i. +. Friday on a vacation at Lake Win-
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.! TUidy Hamrick, .County Agent GARAGE
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farm has not materialized s .
dairy* I 5
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yet, the CHARLES ELVERS have COUNTER TOPS
,' .. _:} ozr the above date.with the'following'members found Madi- son Dennis visited_their son and I .. ,
..:,. a place in ..fannmgIn':
.-,.tl.'' present:Siessrs W JT Bailey sn, County. F brother Gene McClamma at Ft APPLIANCES

,.. ,., .. :.rr Ji:?T:P' IcLeod,. J H Phillips and Charles (Chuck) and his, wife Jackson S C over the weekend.x : e', KITCHEN CABINETS
}} RXW Milner. Absent:,Mr A H Szz, >ith. -
Joan, moved to this County from .
;:._ 2_ ..' The meeting -was called to order by Melbourne,, Florida, ,last December. Misses Sista -and Nan Keyes and I II

;r j4 the chairman, Mr Bailey, and ,opened The Elverses were. originally from brother John Keyes of Ft Worth
: with Mr Bishop.. ,
t.1AlLttY ; '. prayer by Madison, Wisconsin and had livedin Texas are guests of Mrs P.J Parra-: ..,I1M 1 Wra r oe r o w
The purpose of the meeting'waato '
: t Melbourne only two years. '
more and Miss Phillis Parramore.
conduct heating on theschool
: _. a public
There three in the
are daughters
:, budgets for Grades 1-12,
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family Caria, 10 will attend school > '
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4'-' -;;' North Florida andJSuwannee in either Lee or Madison. Wstl Gas Co. Madison Gas Co.

: Now, for hom-oviog! familte.i Junior by Mr Colleges.McLeod Motion and seconded was offered.by Cheryl, 7, is presently in the Elks

Crippled Childrens Home, at Uma-
Mr Milner to give final. -.
approval ,tilla *
Rre-Tiwft-Liabiity! Protection out is expected home this
the ,three budgets as advertised.
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: ) summer and hopes to ,enter -schoolat .., .
Motion carried The secretarywas '

F.rtT. : 'In nw'1-policy I package. 1 instructed Jo forward copies Thomas of the the,Lee youngest or Madison., Is four this years FalL old.Denise. 'ca O J 51:

Honorable .
budgets to D 1 Jen
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A new home ,has.been built on the : ,,, ', > .
State Superintendent of Public -- -- .. -
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21 that the.'Elvers' ,
acres purchasedfrom
:. -. ,. Why buy"3'policies? ,Why pay 3 prtmiums Protect -.- Instruction and-request approval.The Edgar Myers. Their 'place is 5W -, (n
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your home with our convtnknt new 1-policy plan. You following letter was received: two miles -West of Lee*on U S 90 -q'I =
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": much 20% or have more protection'than July 25, 1961 and the 30 GALLON KEE ,
can save at at ,,mailing address is Rt 2; ,

....._ you get from'separate policies.,. or both. Calfut Mr Secretary Griffin County Bishop Board: ; Box. 127 A, Madison. : Gas Water Heater:0:
Mrs Elvers and the Children at- .85
'2' for detsils.0ur advice costs you nothjpg. Madison, Florida ". S '

-ti; r. Dear Mr BiSh p- tend the Catholic church in Madison. Glass Lined, 10-yr Warranty ,
A few beef cattle
are being kepton
I wish to be released from
:' / '- Morrow Insurance contract as Supervising Principal my of the bahia grass pasture on their O,
Agency. but the fanning $5495'HARDWICK :
1 f the Madison High and Elementary own place most of
it
has been done share basis
on a ,
: l 108 West School effective at the close of the t .
Knckey St. Madison. Fla. .
school with Bob Searcy and H F Baker "
( day, July 25 1961.I .

:. .' Rep; ftIn4IMHatU hf'ltiJ C mpMy have been appointed principalof farm(new).owner of the D G McMullen. .' ''-. .. I

the Hardee County High School '
Honors Bride Wauchula.. Since this is a much Chuck is growing 275 acres of z}t; .
S at Coffee larger school and the financial corn on the two farms. He says 4

situation much more attractive I that 'tobacco has no special appealto = "Gas' Range $149.50 'As

NEHI BOnUNG CO. 'i him and he is not 'growing that ..,.." ; lam
feel .
I must accept. ? : ,Completely installed with two ...... e
Mrs W T Davis was hostess at a I have enjoyed working with you. crop on either place. In addition to !
I small coffee Crap Through corn, he has been harvesting bahia % 100-lb gas cylinders
Thursday morning at .your cooperation and the

her home honoring Mrs Charles Ora... work: of a fine group of teachers,', seed and. growing ether grazing, C.7 $19.99 down, $7.05 mo.Madison'Gas ;, =
Upper 10Strawberry. this school has made much crops. r iC ...
; Davis McClure bride of her nephew, progress Next week-the y
Arthur
Mr Charles Davis McClure of Talla- .towards higher scholastic achieve- family. ,-Allega" ..... 0 '', 1.tom
Root Bur ment during the past four years. C 0. .
hassee and St Petersburg. Sincerely yours, .a.

Mrs Davis the honoree and' Mrs PHONE FO 1-2775 LIVE OAK Burch Cornelius, ; HAS SURGERY ... HU 3-2226 Madison; Fla. ? .
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guests in the livingroom.CO.. 'and seconded by ME Milner tti surgery at the. local' hospital Friday :.:E J V ,"Red" Cason Charles Wells
.. MEMORIAL FLOWERS '
:A green and white color note predominated grant the .:request, of Mc- Cornelius morning and is recovering s.. tiS-' : t Mrs. Dorotny'-Medders:- R. H.' "Bob" Dye.
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in the arrangements of Flowers in the First Methodist to' be released from his present con- factorily; friends- are' glad to learn .,_ \' ". .f 'i' .

church Sunday were in memory ,of tract status. Motion carried. Her sister Mrs James Rawlinsott:" .
tropical greenery and hydrapgea ,totManning r. MadoniGaC MADISON GAS CO.
placed at points of interest through ,the late !Mr; CKhrfes .:CI-: Morrow. The following recommendation was S C Is here with'"her.-'- -v,r. .. .'- ,
given;by Mrs, Morrowv: ?Irs Morrowwas submitted .by the, secretary: _, '__ .. -
out the rooms. and"" ; *.1 July 31 1961' .
present was .= recjgnized _
i.- The dining!: table was covered during the service lan'd it 'was'announced : -, Board pf Public Instruction r w

c with a linen.,cut work cloth:md shQ waS' transferring her Madison Countyt.. *".:,3 <-* +iF i

t held a silver onmoote. of Philippine church Tftembershjp {jpom;; hst: Madison, Florida '!' -''"

lilies. Mrs T J Beggs Jr presided [Petersburg church to
t. at the silver service pouring cdffjee. -church. here. 0., .f_ jMr j/ t According to ,provisions: of Section .
230.33 (7G), Florida Statutes I
Mrs W T Be-zgs and Mrs r.Carl

... Karstedt poured spiced punch from .- : Kirby Reichrnann,': visited relatives respectfully recommend the trans
: fer of Mr Wiley Sirmon from .his
; a bowl encircled with green eraues Pensacola during thY ek- present position of !:
as Supervisor
and hydran ea. A variety of delicious end. Secondary Education to the princi- Luhampion

'f. :;' hors d'oeuvres and cookies were small palship of the Madison High'Sehool :
all gas "
< served.. Repairs on for the 1961-62 school year. At the

Mrs H C Merryday received m'Qtors; HOWERTON. SUPPLY close of the 1961-62 school 'term Mr

:.. guests at the front door and several I CO., Bri mtton and MeCJulloch -- Sirmon will return to his present with 24-MONTH

friends assisted in entertaining.Out I I Sales and Service. position. 0
You have already received a request
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1 Milit- for release from contract from +
andIrs
l Walter
Mrs William Tomlinson .of 1Jr.ofTampa '
were :Mr Burch Cornelius to accept a
!: TallaHassee 'Mrs Clayte Dickinson zer of Lincoln. Nebraska. J position at Wauchura, Florida. It' is =i b S Nvasacr -

my feeling that it would not be
possible to find an adequate ; i, 'S gives ,

BROS. permanent replacement for' _Mr. i 1
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1. Itornelius, .at this late date. Mr 1' up '

Sirmon has, agreed to serve-in' this .
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.. ; andJ .'am sure he will do an excellent '

t: Cash and Carry job. Very sincerely- + .- Longer Mileage :


: t 306 SOUTH PATTERSON GA. & FLA. DEPOT BLDG Griffin Bishop, SuperintendentMotion Exclusive y
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Sheetrock 4 x 8 x 3/8," $1.35" and seconded by Mr Phillips to approve Tread MONTH
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carried. gives you traction in the ,
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215 lb. Roofing shingles, 5.75' There being no further business, -W CENTER of the tread where -

J; s need it most! Every new Firtttont tuft itOUARANTBBO
W H BAILEY, JR. Chairman. you
2-0 x 6-8 x 1-3/8" Mahogany 4 7C ATTEST: ....

Flush Door, ea. . .! .IU. GRIFFIN BISHOP Secretary; 1.hip Against and .. lift ot Uw orirual trwd.

'.- Plywood: x 8 x 1/4" Int., 9 88 ; ALL sizES LOW PRICED, 2.Axainct( r nonrnl p.ii bl rod. puocturM buantotxeepl

'- r sheet . . . . .. ..ao 58 -PAPERS Just 'Charge Itl* or Buy on Easy Payday TermsNYLO acounUrvd p.aMn( r car in.M everyday lor tMnumber .
of month aperiftad.Repair ,
Plywood x 8 x 3/4" Int., fi QA Homer Williams led the E-R news mid without chaff,

\ ;S sheet .\.... W IU paper boys in their sales last week ;; T 'I.VYClu/J".tG wear replacement and baaed* prorated oa list oa price tma
) with 58 sold. He'received cunremr at sin* ot adjustment
papers anew
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: model pen as a reward -S
: :j : Full Thick Insulation, C4 AA CHAMPIONS MONTHI I

per M . ... . . U4aUv MJHiar

;.. .. ,:.- Randell H Rowe Jr was in At- f ., 12-MONTH 68VS8U9
10 lb.. & 15 lb. Felt. tl QC ,lanta to attend the Beggs-Merritt 6.00-1 C ROAD HAZARD uraijmo

per roll .0;/.I. :. ; .._ wedding Thursday afternoon. He was SIZE/ ,--. GUARANTEE
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one bridegroom's attendants.He -
r Celotex Sheeting 4 x 8 x 1/2", C AA + orals .77*T.tO-IS 12.77* T. O-M 14.77' MONTH
was accompanied ty his mother
per M . . . :. . tlU.vUPrefinished Mrs R H Rowe who attended the TUBELESSNYLON Black, Rayon Tub.-typ Raidtlttud" -

Birch Plywood, 1A yA wedding and visited another son Dr .
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sheet . .\.'.' ..".: ... Iv.'iU + William Rowe.WAKE. 13.77 ONLY 1

I .t 7.50-14 MORB
I r: ; Prefinished Mahogany Plywood, C Cfl ,/

w sheet O.OU -* UP


Exterior House Paint,_'', >." .** '- V CA y "4. RARIN' TO 60 '.' + iWHITEWALLS: only *3 morEi;

:, gallon . ..;::. .. ." .'.- S o A ou Without Nagging Backache '*S/FSafe -Ftrbfied cord body*Firestone Rubber
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Now t Too the fad relief yi
Interior Latex Paint, .1 ,.. O C need from ***caa***get backafbe, ....... ; Just Charge ItT or Buy on Easy Payday Terms :
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acid maaeolar aehea amd paiaa that aften
gallon . ?..'. .-. .. ; .':a&- -"- fctowv* caaa restless mixfata and Buaerakte tired -.All pr1c -plus tax. .n4 tr.41.-." tire off your car. ffl"
.. OIlS eeUacs. When thea dUeoorfortaeoae -- '
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Asphalt Pc. Floor_ Tile,...... ..0. ...' .Y-,.'-.,c .'". lft' %!*.";ifc ,?..., Aaother trmia. you d tu wart aaee relief..,_..raat aiW H Wdd.r fat I w _
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Vinyl AsbestosFloor TH M |O .oomfortabl. f ediac.DeeJi'a "'f f. -
PQIs work fact Is S aeparat ::
PC. . .; :.. .. . .14 ways, : l, by speedy paia-rdievlas actiaa- .- "! ,
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:: 1 to tau torm.at'of nacciarheertirhee. "-'eM..' .
atoaeolar aches sad peJaa.
Lighting Fixtures & Electrical Supplies at same low prices %. By soothing effect on bladder irrHatioa. >' .
..1. by mild dmretie actioa.teadaac F
to iaereaM output of the IS miles;Of

TTT S J. 'Pay.- Cask Pay less r.. .=arar kidney lEajer; tube*rood. alifefs sleep aa4 ,tteaaae }:IoU kk., .... .- .>
bappy relief minions have for oven
10 yean. New. large ie saves mosey SERVICE STATION
Get Ooaa'a PilU today t

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;.':<, a.-6IOf, >> : : -.-' }: It I-- .. In. DbdeJTaylor. Hotel Bldg.

;.},, ':: BUILDING SUPPLIES .. ; -.- -.. ..a :;" fi i PERRY, FLA.
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:fj; '" you-read :the Fisherman's'Calendar? ::1 Sunday School I000' A. M.

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': : < ', SEE HOWARD STUDSTILL LUMBER COMPANY".x V ,". 14 r <: 'SUN MON; TUB THiJ, FRI SAT' 'SU1\ -i ; Director.ERNEST

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I :;. ; WE WILL.FURNISH BATHROOM. FIXTURES" SHEET. : '"' ."I.. 1101180 Petroleum Products to be used by

FIXTURESFOR the Madison County Road Department
j ROCK, HOT WATER HEATER, AND LIGHT ; '&: : ', 'Yj: -. for the Fiscal Year 196162.

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'ntJill' HUS-610 I Dale M Leslie, Clerk
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MADISON ARCV V I mum. number.for .this.typeclass.The ., .', .Wallace :Eugenie Williams.. Jr, of Mr A P Browning! of Tampa en-' Madison County, Florida

: -'. The Madison Association I group voted j to' formulate rJ } "B. the JLaw,.SchooLofthe'University, : '. of route backs visited the,E-R- 'officeto BUSINESSMEN s r, r >.- 50-2t-ch
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screening committee to ,evaluate Florida, Mrs renew his subscription so he'could
') for Retarded children met the WASHERS
at small sons, 'Paul and Steve of USED
each advertising
,.. ..Ag Center Aug 7 for the purposeof child composed of public Gainesville were here for a. several keep' up with hometown' "news. Newspaper .
'::' health officer or other physician Chip :and Sherry Bro iiipg of Warner -
discussing'and ;
working put I Ij Vacation the- week visit .GOOD SELECTION
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psychologist, social wdrKer: special days' *oC "" **" Robbins Ga had.spent-.six weeks I make
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V problems of' organizing a special -*> I 1 can kelp Howerton Supply
I education. personnel and a ing Mr"''Williams; pares ts, ;:Mr-1" I **?= "* : you Company
"V education class for retarded chit Supervisor ; f-' with Jthe r! grajrid-parehts, Mr andMrs
I Wkljafe E Williams Sr]
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\ ...... dren"" in the county; 1 I cation.p:".This._. secondary. is in accordance or ,primary/with-'edu .: ;: t araa <: it' ;'r r,} i i..A* p Browning.,. r.jam: ; money *ie w U'as' haveF1iVbusesLV THREE GENUINE
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ri the meeting to I;.Si l non i > ,Mr and Mrs J CHegister -;hatt'as .. .
over Wiley A, 'committee- was formed ;. ... ... Ny'"A; a '. -
'; Principal + to. [their ess.r'tpe. past jweefcytheh} ? FOR SALE
recently appointed 6t '
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Madison High School who 'led the : :: 'sra ))1 gr Rdsbns'r Scott [anof ::.TOd ? .a.aj .. .
discussion. Mr Sirjnon: reported that ,'bers.' ... ;z.:r:/.. / **, F 3 W .:j5-'. 'A 5 LV :.4$48S : Register of Lake Citywhile.their "_ : '. S Reasonably Priced

survey showed number of ''retarded Mrs Barbara Beggs will act as .Plus; Tax = : parents':were 'oa }a ,?vacatjon. (rip to PMladelpn&u .Penn7 nd:" (
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE NTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA: rJ1SJ 1 XUGUST 1'Sth. lOOt

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; NOTICE ,Reed DB 02 Pg 497 or North -
.. ;, '. Notice Is hereby given that Tax Certificates for 1960 ,,- following f described lands :will be sold at public auction at 11:00 a. m. Blk C Plant Add Lots No. 19, 20 Sidney & Mary WIlliams 9.01 Call or Drop -

":>. on the 11th day of September, 1961 at the court house in iiadison, Blk C Plant Add Lot No. 21 Charlie Williams 433 ....,.
;i'; ;' .County of' Madison, State of Florida ,to pay the amount due for taxes, Blk E'Plant Add Lot No 19 Avera Moore & J Sloan::". 34.10

*' together, with all costs of such ,sale ,and advertising. Florida Statutes Sec. Blk E Plant Add Lots 6 407' K R & Rutha McCreary 9.01 S ist
.-' 1935152. Blk,F Plant Add Lots No. 5 & 18 Luther Dempsey -:._ _... .-. 9.01, t- -SS ,\ 'jig'r
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..' Blk G Plant Add Lots No. 5 & :6 Luther Dempsey .- ._.. 9.01 For .YQurapPointment' with : :-:-. '
;. < : 8,Is 7e % Acre in SE. -Cor of NEU i BIk A Vickers SID Lot No. 13 CJeraia Bradley ........ ..-..... ,4..83 ... ., '
of NEIL' John T Peterson. Rt'' 3 Bx 76 Blk 'A Vickers S-D Lot No. 16 Clem Bradley & Ernest f McGhee 4.83 :ft\
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Greenville, Fla. ,355. 27. In 9e 2 Part of S% of NWU' JUANTTA OR ,LINDtA 4. '_:

d Town of Sirmons Lot No. 11, Blk 5 Est R C Reams "Rt 3- Green-jC"' Reed'-DB- 62 Pg 367 Robert James .,.__._.__.......-:.. 5.33 .., : :...;..yf -
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Town of Sirmons Lots No. 12, 13,- .'? : '
81 Pg 40 < J B Delaughter .-. 5.33 Y
.'3,." : 14, Blk 5. -.- -' T JT A Campbell 'c-o A L Camp. Blk A Hal, Stoy S/D Lot No, 4 Buck &- Annie Franklin. ,_ 19.64 JUANITA' :( ufY'SHOP
bell, Lee, Fla. __- ,...._ ""';. 5.07 Blk B Hal Stoy S/D Lots No. 9 5 ._ -, K t -S *fcfriE-gi pi

...' 32 Is 7e '% Part of NEU of NEIL, ,,: -;: f- .' "':- & 10 _IL. __ -J-S: S 5_ Letha M' Brown 9.51 .
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',' ", Rt 1 ,Box. 5 Pinetta'. ; Fla c 3.55 Blk H Hal Stoy; S/D Lot No.5. J..ou1&. Robinson.;'. :. -__ ---.: 4.83 : -:' We specialize from :Facials .to Pedicures "" .
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Reed, DB 67 Pg 16, & DB 88 Pg. 403 Julia' Ann Lott-Rt 1 Greenville'!< Blk 2 J./LW L Tooke- S/D .': ,... ._# --- '> : :,:.t>..; a

..Jo. ; ,' C',-;-: 3.55"iS Lots' 'No.7 ..: ; Milton Bell # 5.33 ,
I '34-ls 7e 2 Part. of 'SE,1kof SEU Blk, '2 J"It- W L Tooke S/J;>\; ; ., i.' I _pLot : Death Claims -,-:''-. '< ... .-

_'- :Recd. DB 74 Pg :374.- _;2_. Wade, Hampton 1 Greenville, "* .' No. 8' ____' : _.J, K,.;.,.. .Annie'& Leon. : i b.-k ii ,.. 31.60 r'- :Din, e WthJ.... S .
T.. Fla." 3.93 Blk 6 J L & W' L Tooke. SAD y, > .' !r' ..;; 'iiI- I I ".:'j'L' .S.-,, ""'"__ _'. .....
: 2 2s 7e.40 NWU of SW 1 _, Est' "Lewis Houston c-o Earnest Lot No. 9 ..._ 1 Peter Buggs .' 5.33 Nfc Leggett z # : :-tS :;.' :

Houston, Rt 1 Greenville*, Blk 2East Madison SID Lot No" 4 Est R L Chancey ._5 4.4 .. ,
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41'.of NWU, & SEU of NEU r; ACroce, :;.( ,58.90 No..-1 & it _....::;...:...,r rv ,OScar Kelly : rII 5.71 Sunday< : night following an illness of
2911s. 8e 320 SEU W'of _SWIG...?j" '. .;. 'r OJZ '. Mill. Town S/D Part of LotsNol= ,.. _'- ; -'\ ,.:.i one year. _. '

-&' EH' 'of SWU -- .-..'..-:" ,;:J A.:V Cruce .---"'" *:&* 122.74 f : :13 Reed DB:90 Pg:232 -_-J55. "; Mildred: Herring::L_:_.:._ .:...':.. ,;:.: 8.75 .-llrs- Leggett was a life-long ,resident -
32.tls 8e 155 All North fJSte: .i Blk A Vickers S/D .Lot ,No. 2gX Martha McDaniel 4.45Bik '
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daughter the late Mr and MrsAlbert .
.i 3;$.t.. '''IIfsonville;#-' ,- Fla.of..-, ,-' z< :'- ... 66.25,.. .B Vickers S/lT Lot No. 35 Geoj'gc 'Thompson & Pearly.*: ,
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.. E 1 2 of NW'l4 ........--.- J A --Cruce .:::;: 118.18 Blk'''B: 'Vickers SiD': Lot ,No. :26 Eddie Anderson"__:.;;..Jz.' 4.45 n, the religious, civic and. social We Serve You

6 Is 9e 332 S1/, & all 'So of J Blk D -Vickers SID Lot No. 29 Ocie & Loria 'Edwards' _.._. 4.45 life of :Greenville for many years. I '
Madison & Moseley Hall Pub .- ;- Blk D Vickers ,.SVD Lot No. 2. Margaret Moore 4.45 She was a charter member of the
Rd of W& of NWU -- J.: A Cruce 139.59 Blk D' Vickers S/D Lot No. 3 ._- Martha Mitchel __. ..- .. 4.45 First Baptist Church of Greenville l WITH PLEASURE
__ 'i'ls 9e 640 All of __L.-1 J'A Cruce .._.-'___ 268.16 Blk D Hal Stoy S/D Lots NoT 11 arid taught the Beginner's Sunday

24 1s 9e 30 E% of NWU of SE ,. & 12 : Sam &_ Argatha Tooke 7.23 School class for twenty-five years Regular 'Dinners

U, & W/a of W1of NE% Blk E Hal Stoy S/D" Lots No. 6 & 5 Lillie Mae Mayhue ......._...-. -. 6.73 and was active in all, other phasesof *
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Fla. :.L 14.70n church workShe was a charter 75c and 95c
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: : No. 11 .-':---_-..--. Leroy & Victoria Robinson,_ 4.19
3 3 in SE Cor ." member of Greenville chapter i No
Is lOe acres 28 In 9e Part of Wof SE." -"
of NEU of SEU .__- Serena M Buckardt, 8424 Minnesota Reed DB 64 Pg 528 -_.-: :.. Abe Gallon 2:4:9. : 70, Order of Eastern Star and an SERVED EVERY DAY

.. > ... Ave.St' Louis 11,.Mo. ...., .335. McKenney Add Lots NQ. .11 & 12 Jon Tompkins_ ::"....... ..I.. 6.62 honorary member of the Greenville '
if( In 6e 116 SW-UgiofNEli. : ., '& -- : McKenney Add Lots, No'. -6-:,&;;7 John' BraileY .:-....:"-::_._ ;. S' : 6.63, .Woman's Club., .Also Short Orders
S1 of SW&. less 4. acres on ,.. Blk 10 J L & W L Tooke SID'Lot Her survivors are one song A L

"E side _'-:- : : Est. Jeff Washin t n,, eX : 19 No.. 7 ......._.........i......... .. ... ...,,.r- Hal &Ealey J Henderson, et al 17.86 Leggett Sr of Greenville, and one Yellow PineRestaurant :
Fla; Blk 10' J L''& WL Tooke S/D'Lot -: > -: '_'! < ', ,",. ;f brother; F W Reams of Aucilla,

c-o Washington40.65 No. 8 ----....--- .r.. .;L. Meek Thomas, est ... ..*-....... 4.95. eleven grandchildren twenty-five
211 lnJ6e 40 SEH of SEU .1- 0 B Evans') RR Greenville- ,.Tla'17.36, 17 2n 9e 3 Part of SEU of SEU .: ', .5 *- '

'. 22 In 6e,lOP S% .of SW%, & SO Reed DB 51 Pg 345------ : Austin Jenkins' .. .- '..,..* .'..!.';, 3.05 great-grandchildren and a number,
20 ..acres of:N ofjSW( % '-' 0 B Evans RR Greenville, Fla. 42.95 28 2n 9e 1 1 acre in NE Cor, of nieces and nephews. She was ad- FOR ORDERS TO GO
3 T"SWH"bf'NW%, & S ,mired for her fine-traits and
.. 2 In 6e 60< '# NE& -of T WU 'of, Reed DB* '. many
3.''. :, r \V1--of SE1A- of NWV W" J & Lawrence Evans, Est 64 Pg 429 _*___ Ernest Alexander, et al-_ 3.55 will, be greatly missed by all who Phone HU 3-9101, Madison

5A1. Box 32 c-o James'D Evans 5 2n lOe 3 2-3 part of NWii of -'_ knew her.Funeral. '
.1. '. Greenville,'Fla.- ._ _!____?. 27.22 NEU Reed DB 51 Pg 429 ...,,... Arlene Alexander: ._ 5.33 services were held Tuesday BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
21'in 6e 100 NM of NW%, & 5 2n lOe 74% W% of NW%, at 3' p. m. in the First Baptist
.; .E1h -p f-SE of NWU'L--. 0 Evans RR Greenville, Fla 42.95 except 5% acres to St Rd D T Washington .___.. _'32.30 church of Greenville with Rev REVIVAL ,
28 In 6e Part of ,EH .of SEtt, "i 6 2n lOe % % acre in SW Cor of Harold "
Johnson Music
reed DB;.66 .Pg. 296 ,. ...- Mrs Rebecca 'Norwood. ,''Green, ""NE of SEQ, .; --.L.. Est C J Wolfe. __. .... ._.._ 9.51 officiating. Revival services at Beulah Baptist -
-S vile Fla ..,__,,.........._. : 3.17 3n. 7e 30.30, acres on North side was rendered by the church choir. church begin August.. 20th, the

16 In 7e % Part of SWIM ofSW .i X ,of Lot 179. Reed:DB 56, Pg. J231 W H- King. ;,--_.:..-, ...;...,;.... .r. ,12.55_ Interment Evergreen followed in the familylot third Services Sunday.each evening at 7:30.
\i reed DB 73 Pg 272 ..--. Aaron Siplh1RR Greenville. ,Fla 3.43 r. .- -In.- -- ---.- --- ,cemetery----.--.-. with the
16'In 7e Lot 37, City View Heights ,, BIRTHDAY PARTY I T J Beggs Funeral Home in chargeof The Rev C G Travis of Live Oak _
:' less 72 by 210 Ft on, No side Janie Miller Bx 524'Greenville, '. STOCK- arrangements. '. will be the evangelistic speaker.
Fla. s 6.21 CAR 'RACESFARMERS Mr and Mrs Leslie Bule -"and Active pallbearers 'were Messrs Everyone come-do not miss this

20 In 7e Part of NW 3i Reed DB' .-' ': : : :" :; t'. H.' daughter; Ann of 'Gainesville were 5 H Brannen,. Levi Day, J. &..Handley man of God. The Pastor.-,

86 Pg 364 _.w.___-- Fred &: .Grace Porter, Green43.45 1st .ANNUALTubacct weekend; guests of" Mrs Buie's } Tommy Herring, Lee Thigpen, 50-2t-ch

vill, ,,,-:-: ,.f'" ,:".',7', parents .Mr .and Mrs Julian Bentley Grover ,Cone, Alyin Day and Lester Mr and Mrs B G Wyche and
5 Part SW'sof ; : &
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20.1n.7e 1 ..J-. of., : ; Turpentine ;' little .. ."
: On Saturday afternoon'> .
SEU Reed DB: 51 Pg, ; ; .' ... 1 Page. children] left Tuesday to spend their
AVillieLee Cowart Gen.;(Del -.*.. Ann Buie celebrated her first birth- vacation. at St Augustine Beach.
'j Greenrilfe, Fla' '..U:::." 28.25 S50LAP Hay' witha lovely -*'Pirty Q rihe: : Miss Helen' Stokes daughter of

20 In 7e 2 Begin at SEi cor of ._ FEATURE RACE lawn of the Bentley home. Fifteen. Mr and Mrs Frank Stokes -%of Lee Guaranteed Davis tires
SW% of NEU & run Ea 6 Chs ',4.:' 11F S. 'i=: ':" -"; 4. little guests enjoyed. ,the occasion has' just .ret med from -two '.weeks' ,

,.;;- SO.3 Chs& 18 ft to start point, AT with her.. '. vacation in Bermuda. while there -
Run SO 7 Chs ,& 15 ft,, Ea 8' rCtrs The pretty white birthday; 'catke. she visited, with her brother and 6.70 x 15, as ]}low- as

No. 4 Chs, W 20,Deg }o. : t his stationed at
ituflder Bowl Speedway. was embossed with pink, rosebuds familywho 'are'
:' 8'Qhs except 2% acres -w. Fred James, P b Box 562 Green- tax and
vile. Fla. ___ 9.35 and.:Iappy Birthday Ann Ice cream Khidley ,Air Force Base. $9.98, plus re-

... ; '" 20 In 7e Part, of NEU of SEU-- SATURDAY; NIGHT,,, and cake and fruit punch, were., Several top quality refrigerators
.. ';,': recd DB 28 Pg 284 -.. FrecfJameS,!,: 0 Box '562/Green--* served. -Favors" ,,were. small. '-trams -." cappable lire.WESTERN. I <
;. vile, Fla '..,;:.,....--- -. 1...' 28.25 AUGUST 19th_ AT 8:O9.P11.: with whistles'"attach' "d. _*,,.. / and ranges- 'used only. a
,.! Blk A Highway S/D Lot No. 10 5 .. RAIN DATE 'AU lJ8T 26th Assisting Mrs Buie and Mrs _B nt- few months_ at a good discount. AUTO'

'. ::: Reed_DB 34 Pg 66 ........-. -.---. Susie Randolph et al 17.85 ley in entertaining, were Mrs-B, S HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.

Blk C Lakeview, S/D Lots No. 11 C'F" & Grace Porter' ,' ,__"; .' 19.64 Powder Puff .RaceElectric Waring and Mrs Pat Buie and Me- /
.- 21 ,In 7e Leggett SID Lots' No. : ,- : :f.: lissa/Lee and Marilyn Brothers.

'. 10 & 11 _: : C F & Grace Porter 5. .67' Go-Car, Clocks and Assorted The little honoree received; : many
'f. Blk 20 Town of Greenville Lot t '- PrizeS. All Cotton Pickers and attractive gifts. '
-? No. 12 ___... :- Matilda. : Fergirson _..-. 11.75 Pea :pickers WelcomeDon't In : Valdostar
-- Town of Greenville Lots St =
Blk 31 ..... -
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No. 27, 28, 29, 30 Rosa James '."
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.. '. Located. Northwest of Valdosta .
: S Blk 32 Town of Greenville Lots = .<', 28, 29, 30 au ._u5 ..- .. Pearl Anderson .......... ...__. 8.00 Shiloh Road S August 11, .
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; ::; Blk 32 Town of Greenville Lot 153
<.:. No. 27 ___.___._- 0 B Evans --- -'-;13.43 Eagle Dept Store vs' Blanche! Place ToCastle Is.

.-. Blk 33 Town of Greenville Lots :). .. SIRMAN NEWS Harris Pridgeon. ,, $250.00. ..... ; judgmentby Shop .
"!. No. 13, 14, 15w.4._..: 'N'. .:- .J, Vickers, Est**.;;..:"._a.. ........ 8.00 default -- .
Blk 34 Town of Greenville Lots 211Mrs
:'T No. 18/19, 20, 2i ____. Clarence Bellamy ______; 26.22 _Bro Blair filled his apPointment,1 JV Loper vs Pearl Scott,
', :1' and was dinner guest $78.50 judgment 'ay default.
: Blk 35 Town of Greenville Lots ;

... No.' .1, 2, 22, 23 _...,. .......:UlBlk Selena Triton. est --.r,,., 34.59 O'Quinn 'I 215. _' ,I Park
.-t 36 Town of Greenville All of, Clarence Bellamy__:.- 13.20 Tom Henry Bailey ..and family ofLamont Live Oak Gas'Cq./vs J. P Tomlinson -

,- Blk 40 Town of Greenville,' were visiting. Mr L H Bailey $59.54; judgment ,.by default.
ii "* ,___ Freddie '\ 5.71 216 ..' .
.:" Lots No. 24 & 25 Lee Brutton. '. Sunday.
,,..- Blk. 41 Town of Greenville, Lots LittleVindy Letchworth, of Live Oak .Gas Co. vs-:George SScruggs

,i !, No. 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18,. 19, Tallahassee visited with Joy and 58.50; judgment 'by. default TheModern., Shopping Center
} .! '_: 20( 21, 22 _____ -_.:. ..- J Vickers, est,__ "__ '0.64 220 .
;
' : Cathy O'Quinn last ,week. Little vs'V Thlg-
James C C
: '-; : Blk 43 Town of Greenville Lot No. -Conway
i ., 16 .__u- ,-- Mitchell & Janie' Young '4.95 Paris Blair, of Lake City is also peri, $59.90. ; judgment- by default.
I : Blk 49 Town of Greenville Lots visiting them tthis week. 222 "
.
t. No. 15, 16 } J VIckers, est..r;:_._. ...,.... .. 5.71 Pete Tuten and family visited Dunn Furn. Co. vs Edna Mae Free
;%v v Blk 49 Town of Greenville Lots ... Mrs 'H C Tuter Sunday. The two Edwards,' $6553; judgment by .de, Parking
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NO. lO & 11 ----r- Joe A Potts ..... 5.71 little boys, Tommie and Bengie fault.
<>*- Blk 49 Town of Greenville Lot No.Y1 5 Lucille Seabrooks ____. ..--: ,2.93 visited through theweek.. 224 '
: BUt 50 Town of Greenville Lot Hardee Motor Co. vs Samuel
Simians church invites
VNo.. 30 ....--= S S Mitchell & Janie Young __ 4.95 everyoneto :James, $32.94.,.- Continued.
Blk 51 Town of Greenville/ Lot attend their revival services which 225 I Stores '
These
Visit Friendly ;
No. 14 _______._........ .....-.__ Abraham Roberts & Hester Ross 4.95 begin August 21 through Aug- 26. t I Hardee Motor Co vs Grace Webb, : :.
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', Blk 51 Town of Greenville Lots L' ... .... I $64.15; Continued. c,' '
J .No. 15, 16, less road, _J=--- J Vickers, .est ;r .V "* '' \-4. :: 5.71 Cecil Field. Fla (FHTNO-Ser- 199 .
1 :; Blk'B Southern Sawmill SID Lot. :--" :" < '"' ,i' i. \i.pgilli Light Photographic I I W C Copeland Jr vs H E Carl : :CASTLE PARK VARIETY STORE

:,- No. 2 _:.-.___ --.. : J, H Hodge. ,_._........., 4:95 62 at*the Naval Air son, $52.64; judgment by default.
Squadron
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;;t.14 2n 7e 80 NWU of SE 2, & ( 157 ,
is Lex D
,' Station Cecil Field, Fla.,
SEU of NWU '"_ J R -Cobb ; 34.59 F E Naughton. W H Jones,
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-. 15 2n 7e 40 NEU of NWUJ.... Eva Wilson '1R36 Webb,* aviation storekeeper .third $135.61; judgment by default. -- l' CASTLE PARK PHARMACY .
36 2n 7e 25 West 25 acres of 3i.. class USN, son of Mr and :Mrs 204 -

:.: .SWU of NEU _W..... .._...__ Harold, Williams.. .L.. 11.75 Carl A Webb of .Rt. 1, .Madison, C T McWilliams, Jr, vsV C -
Fla. Thigpen,,,,$15J50 J> ,default -
!.. Blk l' Fraleigh Smith S/D Lot' "- 'L"N ; judgment. y.
; ..; f .tu i. uas s. Est. Liza Hail .1-7. .--.26.22" : The squadron provides carrier- TALBOH PAINT & WALLPAPER co.

Blk 13 Fraleigh-Smith SID S'' based'Photographicreconnaissance, ; -

of Lots No. 1 & 2 .............. _. Theodore Warren _._" 42.95 for'tlie Atlantic Fleet ;with the Mrs .Q ll. iJerryday and two '
Blk 18 Fraleig Smith SID Lot sons of>Tailahassee.who. have been ,; -
"Crusader arrcraft. LaRUE'S
'...-, -,- Est. Anna Latimer- ..' .'C".,_ : 30.40d supersonic:. : : : I
No. 8 I-r-- : 5 visiting relatives to Arcadia, arrived ".....f__ '. "
Pope, S/D Lots, :Ifo. :i29 & 130 -O' ;L & Dorothy;Jackson JTt 67.52 : DRIVEUTS during'the.week end lora list with] ; : "" -
Moseley Add'rart. of LoUNosSfp's. t \ 5 r &&: Try WHITE-TOP. t Mrs H C erryday.; Mr Merryday ",," -i-' : ,
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. t 5-3. *:.*..*y.. JL_.' L.ST X15.so REGULAR -
.. Reed DB!33'pg 221 *" WlDielW111iamS.; j c me"ofrom:,:-TallahasseeVed- K' VM GTfEETJkR&StAWANT .
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271n 9e Part of NWU '/\* NW's 'I -:JfS '. tls eyie- delicicas, 'friflKJ-"' iteo3a Y .to da few days here;I .-

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_FRIDAY, AUGUST .18th, 1961 ., .. THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER: ,. MADISON, FLORIDA: : ., ,. r'f ., -- PAGE FIFTEKJT"CLASSIFIED _

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FEDERAL LAND BANK : a =PROTECTIVES :.. .. \" ::- --

ADS Farm Timber ,- Ranch\! Loans $UILDING C J -Eio t..

Long Terms Low InterestSEE FASHION reas s.-. V.l _- ", -..

THE REPRESENTATIVE AT I a: ...
THE MADISON COURT HOUSE -,
;EVERY TUESDAY MORNING.Ody3Newl961 I. ..
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W. B. ,Davis. i Jr.- FOR SALE: 1959 .ftevrolet4dr Larson Boats left! ,'MATERIAL XJQ E. H1lL- /p V ...... c.f,,,t.u.a. s.( ''-. :

,REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: S 'VALDOSTA ,

ACREAGE FARMS sedan, 2- 30% OFF FACTORY LIST! Cert in-Teecl Asphalt' Shingles _______$ 5.95. -

.., BUSINESS ESTATES, RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL f tone white side-: 15 Year Warranty -' Per Sq.

APPRAISALS paint, ONE .1 .Fr. ALLAMERICANONE 4x8xV4 AD Plywood __sheer ,$ 2.45

ABSTRACTS OF TITLETITLE 18-FT. SEA LION <: '" V : 4xSx% AD; -Plywood. ._. sheet $ 6.15
,r ;:
: INSURANCE waD tires 19,000 ONES '15FT. SPEED BOAT ; .
112 West Base Street A Q Disappearing,Attic Stairway ___......___$1495 -.
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>MADISON..' Phone .HU FLORIDA 3-6277 #' actual miles, 1-owner; \ SAVE $200 --:- $500Lesllarnes Outside _White Paint ....:......__..gal. .$3.35 '

High Quality Mildew and fume; Resistant.

.-.- FOR SALE and like ,new. WELLS e. Vz in. Celotex Sheathing _._per M 55.00

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I
Waterproof

Stanley Williams 3 bedroom BOAT SHOP, HU 3- At Upholstery. Hospital Shop Across, from Stylish Celotex( Ceiling Tile _. .--....._per,M 107.50

house 12x12 or 12x24-Diamond \ .
$10,500.Benjamin .
MADISON, FLA. Permanent '
_
Davis 3 bedroom and 49-lt-pd; '? '.., PAY CASH AND SAVE CALL CH 2-3760 !
F2545.
bath house. :. VV.
SITUATION WANT.EDElderly Practical' : q";
Graham Wheeler3 bedroom OR RENT: Mjr house single white ,male needs ;:- :.' V ,NELIO CHEMICALS, Inc.

house. on Park Circle in Lakeside. light inside or outside work. Rapid ALUMINUM AWNINGS CYPRESS ST. '- VALDOSTA. GA.Suwannee .

.... Jeff Macarages 3 bedroom house. BUDDY HOLTON, Ph HU'a.2254.. typist. Experienced payroll and S. PATIOS V ."
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2-3 bedroom houses in Hancock 49j2t-ch! office Clerk; Light bookkeeping.Will ,
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I' Terrace, small down payment'balance' > FOR SALE Looking for a good .relocate.S. CARPORTS .. .
like rent. business of your own? Be your C McDANIEL. S BOATPORTS
Care E T "Gibson Rt.. 2, Madison / f) "
Several farms and ranches for own boss. The well known Rowell h .9SG1BJe :
..
Bleach Route: is now for sale, due I 50-lt-pd MARQUEES \

sale.Lots in Livingston Spring Acres to retirement. Contact MRS D E fy CABANAS BOSTON, LOS AMGELBLONDON
ROWELL across from the SAL FURNITURE made like new. For .
Railroad Depot, Madison. 50-tf-ch ,best quality reupholstering, see $ TRAILER CANOPIES 666
Broadus WflloughbyREALTOR Southland Furniture Co., Valdosta,
For Free Estimates, Call Collect
FIVE PUREBRED ANGUS BULLS Ga. MRS. C. M. PLANT, Madison CH 4-0461 VALDOSTA, GA. UrnInteresting
FOR SALE: From 3 months to 18 Representative. 50-tf-ch

Phone HU 3-6481. Madison months old. Priced from $150. H. C.. WILKINSON,>> I River .
up. Contact R C DICKINSON, Will do Alterations, Men's and
Phone HU 32517. 49-tf-ch Boys pants cuffed. Zippers and 2100 Bemis Rd, Valdosta Ga. Junior College News
Hems put in. Cafe curtains made, ..
FOR SALE: Two long wheel base and general sewing. MRS DUR- Curb Service. for those

Chevrolet pickup truck bodies,one WARD SMITH, HU '36156. I famous HOT DOGS and, HAMBURGERS s
Fleetside, one regular. Brand new. 50-2t-pd I WHITE TOP Suwaim River Junior College .:
list your farm and city property: Will sell at discount from factory at will open September 5, '1961 for the .'
with us' ,for nationwide advertising., price. DUNN FURNITURE _CO, LIVE STOCK AUCTION DRIVE-IN, 3-11 P. M.13L 1961.1962 school term. -
Ito charge for listing. Madison, 50-lt-ch Sell your cattle and hogs in our Orientation, registration. and testing ;
auction each Monday. Sales start .at period will 'begin August 31, .. -
Bob & 'Beanie Searcy BEEF CATTLE FOR SALE: Black 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK i JR."CONSIItTING 1961. All ,prospective students rerequeSted' .
HOWERTON; l'
Angus bulls 18 mo. & younger. YARD, Inc., Monticello, Fla. to file their applications ,* Accuratef
RT. 2, BOX 130-A Registered stock, sensibly ,priced.A Registered Angus bulls for sale : as early as possible.V ,
".' W ALLEGA,., % mile East atLee FORESTER ,
MADISON FLA. at.call times. ;. All freshmen and hew studentsare : ** "
PHONE HU 36487T on US'. 90,. Phone HU 36174.iu I> TIMBER, MARKETING } : Complete
j -1 y' HOT MIXED ASPHALT PAVING encouraged to register Thursday
.. : '.. 458tdGOOD .:, t. We 'pave drives, parking areas, S. Duval, Street' y August 31. The sophomores will r. traatiatol. Ntw Coreroge.
,. ; For Sale .. BRICK BUILDING FOR streets, etc.Top quality. Fair 1j1PL..HU 3-6681. Madison 11. ,register Friiay September 1.This ." -_.! :....:._ .:.._- -_..
SALE in Lovettfor _immediate prices WAlNER. BROS., Inc., Ph term we will operate on a 'rho Christian Scbnc Manft R '
5000 used 8"" x 8'':; jc 16" concrete removal. Contact .MRSD' F CH 2-4011,110. S. Fry StValdosta, J. D.HScruggs: ( I.d schedule, the hours will "be Orw Norway$!., Boston 15,Mass. ,.
:', locks. -'T t '' 4 BURNETT, phone HU h 3-6392: ,Ga 45-tf-cb from 8:30 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. !h 'S.nd4.J' 'NWSpapet for the tlma+ 370- s4uar-es\! ed .astmalt. 'I."If..' Madison.. Fla. 48-4t-pd. I FoR'EsTElf :College' students are authorized to i EnclOMd fk'dmy chick cart
21 used restaurant JJ compartment FREEius of our Carpet Shampooerwith REGISTERED SURVEYOR i ride the regular school buses. monty efdcr. O I Year $22. .R -.
.stainless steel & galvanized 'FOR SALE: One 1960 Super 10 purchase of Blue Lustre 6 /Q:,6. months,. $11 D 3 month $5.50
sinks,
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Ph. HU 3-6186 "
HD Motorcycle ,in excellent con- .. '
,. 2 601i" coolalr" fans, :like new. shampoo Mac's Furniture & Ap I Mrs A F Greene and.. Mrs C L >4. .
dition. EDWARD ALMAND, 2 1tLU;)ISON. :FLA. .
trt '
** pliances. ,Tadlock .Nam.
3 36 and 5 48" attic fans. miles South of Lee, Fla.- 48-4t-pd were recent. guests of Mr -
3 500 gallon steel tanks.,, and Mrs Elmer: Johnson In Green .
2000 good doors, priced 'from 'FOR SALE: 16-ft fiberglass boat LAWNS MOWEDCall ,Cove Springs. Addrtss t

$2.00 up.Used PETE SHEA. HU 32590. 48-4t-pd V Qllrgia -x- .
& Duane West. Phone HU 3-6762 '. City V .zone'V .
plumbing fixtures, pipe Mr : '
and returned
HOUSE for rent. McWILLIAMS, 42-tf-ch Mrs L C Glass have -
PLATE "
GLASS
fittings. Phone. HU 3-6275 or HU6552.. : from a summer visit at .Star
3000 lbs. plumber's lead. their home 'in Tipton, Indiana. PB-I5 -
\ 50-tf-ch( FOR .
Used building materialsanythingand CeipaRY jj .
everything.YOU FOR RENT:' Two bedroom house. : PEST CONTROL, SERVICE GLASS ,.-- _. ,
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NAME IT-WE'VE GOT IT Call HOWARD STUDSTILL HU CALL, --' --
3.6106 _office, or home HU '36630. BURKEEXTERMINATING GLASS BLOCK '* I
FenceConstruction & = ..J "You will
South Georgia 49-tf-ch CO. MIRRORS get my

PHONE 2iJ3-J PERRY, FLAGffiARDIN ,.,<.... :,;;;,, # s ;/1- ...
Co. FOR RENT: Two bedroom apart
ment, unfurnished, close to High V personal attention
Meet .
411 E. Savannah AVe School and College. MRS LEILAM Jaycees ;;F l 54

,* *_,1 Phone CH 2-8081 ATCHISON. phone HU 3-6648. ,JEWELERS .- : and best service .'
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA 45-tf-ch By Ronny Brown +
50-4t-ch FOR THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE The Madison Chamber of
Junior
RENT Brick building
FOR : opposite
when
available
SILVER, CHINA. CRYSTAL Commerce met at noon last Fridayat -r
FOR SALE OR RENT: My house, Ragans Motor Co. on High- you
DIAMONDS JEWELRY
furnished or unfurnished, on way 90. MRS ELOISE RAGANS McNeil's Restaurant.
Park Circle in Lakeside. BUDDY HU '3-2390,. daytime: and HU EXPERT REPAIRING Wayne Weger reported that the ii : ; j drive into Arnie
fish fry held at Blue Springs the
3-6537 ,at night. 44-3t-pd
HOLTON Ph HU 32254. 49-tf-ch : NATIONAL '

FOR SALE: 1954 Buick. 4 door in FOR RENT: Downstairs apartment previous ful. Many Monday members was turned very success-out for Medders American f .
BRIDAL
perfect condition. MRS PATTERSON private bath and shower, private 1 (II the event.. :
Phone HU 3-9101. 50-lt-ch entrance. MRS M L WALKER, SERVICEA Robert Andrews Chairman of the .
I 115 W DADE ST. HU 3-6243. Jaycee sign program, reported that Service Station in
FOR SALE Pensacola Bahia
: grass good selection of
HELP WANTED, wire for the sign 'Boards to be
seed new crop. CHERRY'S FEED Sterling & plated Hollowareby placed along roadsides has been "
STORE, Lee, Fla. 50-3t-ch Man SALESMEN or woman."Pleasant OR AGENTS profitableroute finest manufacturers ordered. ;; Madison. ARNIE.

Your SALES will go in orbit if work. Full or part time. Large Many gifts to choose from Buddy McWilllams and Wayne
you use E-R space. repeat orders. 'Each $230 per houror 303 No. Patterson I Weger were elected co-chairmen of
Age barrier. Write "Project Alert" a new program undertaken -
BEFORE SELLING timberor more. no Me
your VALDOSTA GA.
timber land, please see,me.\Ve NESS CO., Box 2766, DeSoto Station -: ,. by the Jaycees. President
:Memphis 2, Tenn. 50-2t-pd Quick reported that information and
also interested in
are buying a material will arrive soon for this
limited amount of pine-hardwood HELP ,WANTED: Standard Homes, project. This will be an interesting
pulpwood delivered by truck to Inc of Perry Florida needs Sales EXPERT HEPAIRSALES program comparing Americanismwith
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. Personnel for Madison and Perry. t. Communism.
See, write or call areas. Also need to train
person Buddy Holton and Tommy Greene
L. P. GIBSON for Assistant Manager.. No experience SMALL ENGm have been elected co-chairmen of
Rt. 3, Madison. Florida
necessary, excellent income,
the entertainment to be held at the
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 expense & bonus plan. Contact Recreation Center Labor Day. This
MR R H McCALL at Standard & SERVICE
is
designed to
FOR SALE:: Plenty of live fish program enCQUrage
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Homes, Inc PerryFla.., from people of this area to stay horns
bait, shiners, minnows, pond worms, .
8:30 to 10:00 a. m. on Mondayand and off the during the
hignways
blue', wigglers, crickets sand maggots
tackle, and a good brand of Tuesday. SO-'st-ch Hewerton Supply Co. Labor Day nreek end. I a

guaranteed ,fishing poles, plus a FEMALE HELP WANTED Guests included Mayor Jack
complete line of Bogie baits. MADISON. FLA. Woodward from Pinetta- and Trtr

I 'Rowelf a. Bait and Tackle Center WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE Jess Revels. These gentlemen spoke'
is now air-conditioned to assure If you would enjoy working 3 or 4 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: For on Pinetta Development.
you of more lively live bait: Also hours a day calling regularly each safeCoIn-operated ''laundry with Wolbur- Rutherford representingthe
I we give 24-br service to anyone, month on a group of Studio, GirlCosmetic 16. Westinghouse washers and 6 County Commission, spoke to ,
seven days' a week. We have THE clients on a route to be :dryers located at Setter's Shop the dub'on future plans of roaddevelopment
THING! established in and around Madison ping-Centerall equipmenLin.ver: in the county..
ROWELL'S BAIT & TACKLE and are willing to make light deliveries good condition excellent return Also discussed before the meeting ARNIE MEDDERSAiAerkan
i CENTER across from SAL Depot etc., write to STUDIO GIRL on investment reasonable adjourned was the fact that ,the explorer -
Madison. 41-tf-ch- COSMETICS, Dept AUW-9 Glendale terms -"wrirte REG, P O Box 751 scouts would like to help the -
or phone 223-0876 Tallahassee. Jaycees with the City playground
California: ROute;:'will pay up "
f I FOR SALE Several nice .saddle to $5.00 per hour. 51-3t-ch 4S-tf-ch clean-up project. Wayne Wejjer re-
horses.::MARTHA ANN WARING. ported that Explorer Post 606 needs .
FEMALE HELP WANTEDIF an adviser; Service St ti
HU 3-6461., .49-lt-ch' YOU NEED a good steady .Registered Senreytr n

c FOR SALE: Registered polled Hereford income and can work only half days Phone HU 3-2372 Mr and Mrs Wilder:Sweeting and
bulls, all ages, and 12 yearling sell Avon Cosmetics. Experience not MADISON. FLORIDAJOmWWADSWORTH son Wilder and daughter Miss;
heifers_All calfhood vaccisated. -. necessary. Write MRS. OUIDA C., Vennie of Miami visited Mr and! MADISON, FLORIDA
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R B BRYAN;Madison, Fla.493tpd SWEAT/P O Box 'SW.; Uv* Oak Mrs Frank"Hammock-lrad daughter -

Fla. Miss Lounette a few days 'last week. -n
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WEST MADISON SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST MOSELEY HALL BAPTISTCHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.. /LEE METHODIST CIRCUITLee FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
CHURCH ._ .- ,- Pinetta Flsu- -;.-.....:. I GREENVILLE, FLA..
?. lIETHODtST"CHARGE Services every Saturday!: at;Mad. PAUL A.:TRAVIS Pastor and Hickory Grove Churches Sunday School -;. .,_... 10. ;00 A. M.
ison American Legion Hall. Pastor 'Rev. Jack Lamb Sunday Bible: School 10:00'a.ni' fcEW I*., T5ENSLOW.. Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.
REV. C. B. DAVIS, Pastor ,' *Sabbath School begins" 2, p. m. Chairman of Deacpns Mr S R Sapp S. S. Supt. _Mr.G.. c. Buchanan I AT LEE Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M.
"' CHERRY LAKE CHURCH Church Service_ at '8, p. m. training Union, ':Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.' Morning Worship Evening Worship --: 7:30 P. M.PFaper .
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS. JL C. WILLIS< S. S. Supt. DirectorSidney MoonS. Training Union ._.........._. 7:00 p. m. 1st ,And 3rd Sundays 11:00 a: m. :Meeting Wed. 7:30 P.'Mi
-.... Sunday School .. ._.- 10:00 A. '''M. HAROLD YATES. .Pastor Telephone S. Supt --. :Mrs S R Sapp. Director Mr. T., C.-.Morris ,2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a." m.'
.. Service-......... 7:30 P. M.- HU 3-6517 Training Union Associate Evening Service 8:00 p-rc; EenIngService ,
Worship : *
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Everyone Welcome Director _- :_... ,Leroy truce Hour of Power, Wed 8:00 p, m : 1st and 3rd'sundays. 8:00, p. m. Evening Service -
;, : SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS = Song. Leader _. :Miss.. Merle Bass Choir Practice Wed -..9:00'p.. w. Sunday School ,;';- "2nd and 4th Sundays" :00 p. m.
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Sunday School 10:00 Ai .M. MADISON :CHURCH 'CHRIST Pianist J:.:.-- Mrs Juanita Cruce RA/s meet Saturday. 3:00 p.,m. _Every Sunday. -, --:, lO-.OO-a5, jn Sunday School -_ ;;?: .
-: _*Worship Service ____ 11:00 A. M. 70t 'Soutl -''Range.-J Sunday School' .. 10:00 a. m. Everyone.Is"welcome Youth Fellowship Every Sunday :10:30 a. m.
Family Night,Friday before First Sunday Bible,Study -. .1000 A. M. Morning Worship -...-..: 11:00 a. m. The only 'thing missing '..in our Every Sunday 7:00 p. m. Youth Fellowship
Sunday each monttuat7:30. Pv Mi: Lord's .Supper and. ::- !Training Union ._..._.- 6:30 p; m. ch-ch (UR). *-. BOBBY WILLIAMS, '. Every Sunday -_, 7KK p. m.
o." Thomas Surles, Church School Supt. Edification .....'......... 11:00 A. M. I Evening Worship __ "7:30"p. m. r t Church School SuperintendentAT Mid-Week Prayer Service .:
'.;,,..)0 t .ROCKY SPRINGS ,CHURCH Sunday Eyenihg,Service' 7:00 P. M. Mid Week Praler.7:30.p.KmWed.> of the >goodness s ..of'y- -our clothes.. HICKORY GROVE< :EYerY: Wednesday .... 8:30 p. m.
:,'j Wednesday Evening r Just as I am without one-plea. Jesus Come be with us in The Lord's Morning Worship v, JULIAN ANDREWS.
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.. FIRST- AND THIRD, .StrnD' YS'' !\,Services'----....dt8QQ P. M. says, COme. .and ,worshipregardless... ,...... House. 2nd.and 4th Sundays 1130a. m. Church School Superintendent '
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7'.T.Sundav. School -------- 10:00. A. *, . _I - -
'" Worship. Service __, 11:00 A., :M. .
-. SECOND '& FOURTH, SUNDAYS -. ; ..;i", :

Worship, Service ,--,-- 9:30 A. M. .- 1
,, ."Sun- A1EDaylight
Family 'Night. Friday after Second '
":. Sunday each month, at 7:00, P. M. :' S
P. K. Rowell, .Church School 'Supt. AAE <

Claude Duval, Charge- J Lay Leader '. $ 'n
SHILOH CHURCH ,.,
.. FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS ;-- -
Worship Service _- 9:30 A. M.

Sunday. School ..' ..._..... 10:30 A. M. '
SECOND & FOURTH :SUNDAYS : :

.j Sunday SchoolS---- 10:00 A. M. Store

Worship.SerVice r.....-:.:-;' 7:30P..,M. : Department

Family Night, Friday after' That :
"'- Sunday each month at,7:30 _P.. M. .
-,, Brooks, Church School '
Herbert
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f !'- Big Store : : MADISON FLORIDA alucs!
,', Supt. : : : Big d
:;,: Wile:! Blair, Church Lay,Leader '

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:.;> MADISON CHURCH; OF.GOD 'ONE LOT BQY'S LADIES PRINTWOMEN'S I' LADJES SUMMER CHILDREN'S TENNIS .
Sunday School _;.._ 10:00: A. M.t. '
Youth Service Wednesday 8:00p.m. ; DRESS ,PANTS .'' .. .D1R.ES. :.TENNIS OXFORDS HOUSE. COATS 0 X FORDS
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7:30 "p. m. 1. '
Worship
9vening _. 11:00 a. m. VALUES TO $3.75 LARGE SELECTION-SIZES 14-52 BLUE-BLACK-RED VALUES $2.69 BLUE AND RED
Worship
Morning -
REV R M _LONG, Pastor $1.98 Pr. VALUES, $3.49-$3.95 SIZES .4 Ta 9 Sale I $1.93 Ea. SIBZES 98c
'" Now $2.97 $1.93 5-12 Pr,__
:' JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Only SIZES
$1.29
;. 118 N. Orange st. Phone HU 3-6355: LADIES'I" NYLON' ONE LOT OF 13-2 Pr.- .
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g.MEETINGS. : MEN'S 'WASH ;'N WEAR CHILDREN'S COTTONDRESSES
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Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30.P. M. HOSE WORREN 'L1tDIES SUMMER
PANTS
Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 P. :M. SHIRTS .
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Ministry School Friday 8:30 P. M. BIG VALUES. KHAKI-GREY-BIG" VALUES NICESELECTION_ -'SAVE" A SIZES 1 TO 6Special ..... ..SrK I IR ;S..J
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WatchtowerBible.. Study: DOLLAR ON EACH PAIR! TO"
'REDUCED
Sunday 7:30 P. M. 2 ,Pr. for 98c $1.94WORK I 97c -
,- Kingdom Seekers Welcome.No $1.98 Ea.GIRL'S
RODS
Collection Taken. CURTAIN .
SPECIAL BUY LADIES
CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST SOCKS PANTS WITH NAILS' & BRACKETS 'MEN'SSUMMER

.': i I CHURCH ASSORTED SHADES MATCHING COLORS 29c Ea. BLOUSESFor .,
Services Sunday CAPS
Preaching every -BIG VALUES- -
Morning Service 11:00 A.- M. Only $2.98 Only'98t
Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 4Pr. For 89c ALL LADIES SMART ) Special 22c
Sunday School every Sunday at "
10:00 A. M., SIZES 6, TO 10BOY'S TOWELS STYLEASHOESREDUCED ONE LOT
-BTU Every' Sunday .at 6:45 P. !tl. LADIES SHORTS NARROW/BAND
Prayer Meeting every Wednesdayat ANKLETS BY THE POUND

Brotherhood 8:00 P. M. first Thursday" evermonth > STRIPES-FANCY DESIGNS .1.39 Ib. '- PRICES' Reduced To SOc STRAW HATS

at 7*O P. M. VALUES 29c-BIG VALUES NOW I IS THE TIME TO
Everybody Welcome;, LITTLE CHILDREN'S MEN'S 38 TO 46. Low Price $1.98
Stock On Sheets
4 Pr. For 89c ,Up __
WELCOME TO ,
PANTS
SHORT ATHLETIC SHIRTS
NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 63" BY 99 Ea._ $1.78 .,-..
.... $-1 00
Come Worship With Us BOY'S 10-OZ. BLUE DENIM PRICED rFDUNGAREES '
Sunday School ____.. 10:00 A. M. ,49c 72" BY 99 Ea__ $1.88 ON ALLSTRAW

Morning' Worship 11:00 A. M. > JUST RIGHT FOR SUMMER 81" BY ,99 Ea. $1.93 ___3 For 97cBOY'S

Baptist Training Union_ 6:30-P.. M. WORTH $1.98 SIZES 6 TO 12 OTHER QUALITIES TO_$1.89 ALL GUARANTEED FOR 4 YRS. HATS
'Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. '
T' :Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. BIG'VALUES PERCALE CLOSING OUT I BRIEFS MADE BY ADAMS
Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. I
Only $1.47 OUR LOW PRICE MEN'S
SIZES 2 TO 12
'" Philip Howell S. S. Supt. __ SHEETS SHORT SLEEVES,
Marvin Bass_ B. T. U. Director WORK SHOES Special 39c WING SHIRTS
REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS.: Pastor MEN'S- DENIM 10OZ.DUNGAREES. 81 BY 108 -

-.aWELCOME TO Only I $3.29 Ea. LIGHTWEIGHT PLAIN TOE COMPO-LONG SOLES WEAL CHILDREN'S WHITE VALUES Now $3.95 $3.44
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
SIZES 7 TO 10
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. WITH WHITE OR ORANGE TENNIS OXFORDS VALU-ES $2.95 $2 49
... MEN'SSPORT .
Morning Worship :,11:00 A.1.1. "THREAD-VALUES$2.49, $3.79BIG Now
Unloif: : -6:30 P. !tl. BIG VAWES '
Training .SHIRTS -
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: 1.93 Pr. MEN'S'TERRY CLOTH
7:30 P. M. .
Worship
Evening .. SELECTIONMEN'S .
$1.98. ,
Only
__ M. -
Prayer Meeting 7:30 P. SHORT SLEEVES-SOME BATH ROBES
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Church Business Meeting First WITH 2 POCKETS BOOTS LADIES RAYON & COTTON

Wednesday night of each month. MEN'S.DRESSSOCKS SIZES S-M-L-SELLING NOW GOOD BUY
Brotherhood and W.IL.U. Second :' ....SIZES 61 TO 12-A GOOD HALF SLIPSBEAUTIFUL For $7.95
Thursday night of each month. .F$13' 9 I VALUE
DESIGNS
Preaching serviced every Sunday
E i Come Worship With Us. COTTON ,& ,RAYON SOME WASH 'N WEAR Only' $9.95LADICS MANY COLORS MEN'S 'PLISSE WASH 'N
REV. DOZIER SAPP Pastor SIZES TO* 13-WHILE THESE ARE BIG, BIG( VALUES WEAR .
97c
THEY LAST BUY SEVERAL AND SAVE RAYONPANTIES Only
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH ROBES
Sunday School 10:00 A. "M.: 4 ,Pr. Ftr 97c HERE'S A BIG BUY FOR YOU I HANES '
:.' Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. LADIESSandals CAEN'S SIZES S-M1.BOYS
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. :XL A BIG VALUE-NOW. UNDERWEARSHORTS
t Evening Worship .__......, 7:30 P. !tl. AND MEN'S & flats $6.50
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. STRETCH SOCKS 2 TABLES FULL 4 Pr. For 97c $2.95 ,
Youth Service S P. M. Wednesday. BROKEN SIZES 3 FOB MEN'S
"- V. L. SINGLETARY S.' S. Supt. SPECIAL ATHLETIC
VALUES TO $3.00-GOING $2.50
J. L. WYNN B. T. U. Director Reduced PricesON SHIRTS 3 For._ HANES SOCKS
Pastor 3 P r. For 97c For 97c SHIRTS
REV. W G DeSHAZO Only ALL 3 For $2.95 GUARANTEED FOR 5 YEARS

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BUY A DOZ GET ONE FREE
36 IN. WIDE LADIES DRESSES $1.00 Pr.
REV. I. T. CARTER. Pastor MORE PEOPLE WEAR
Services every Sunday "- STRIPED CLOTH FRUIT OF THE LOOM MEN'S COMPO somasUNDERWEAR
; Sunday .School 10:00 A. M. LADIES COTTON 24 CHILDREN'S
f ..Morning Worship 11:00: A. M. GOOD FOR MANY USES DRESS SHOES
AND SLIPSGUARA&TE8 I CAR COATS
I ':-- Training Union .r-- 7:00 P. :M. .BLOUSES-SH. URTAINS BLACK, BROWN & 2 TONE
8:00 P. M. '
Evening Worship ETC TEE SHIRTS
> 2 YEARS VALUES 6.95NtwOnIy QUILTED-VERY SPECIAL
Wed. 7:30 P.,,M
? Prayer Meeting ; BIG VALUE
THAN ANY OTHB KIND BIG VAlt S-'
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29c Y II. BUY ,A DOZEN PIECES AND I $5.95 Price $2.1ONS 88
,, r: L. D. 8. SERVICE 97c El. .
OF SOME WITH CREPS SOLES .
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST GET ONE FREEOWDftfN'S -/
..., ; LATTER DAY SAINTS ..: .ROADaorH LOT MSN'S
LARGE VARIETY PLASTICCURTAINS .
:' 1 Sunday School ...._._._.10:00 ,a. m. _COTTON MEN'S MEN'S LOAFERS DRESS PANTS
4 ,
< );-:Sacrament Meeting _, 11:00 a. m. SHORTS ,
': .: <'Relief Society -Priesthood 'time PANTIES I ?ssomr'smz.YptE5, TO $8.95'Ic
tad place as announced at Sacra- VALUESOnly 9Oi at TO 3*' VALUES TO $I.95-PRICED CLOSING OUT

",ment ALL Me SERVICES tlng. AT AMERICAN- Esc 4 Pr.. Fr 97c 2 Pr. : ,=94c.$5.95. 4 o $6'.95 2.88

,, ,LEGION HALL '
ffi e R. CARRYL, Branch Pros.Rin -
:: ,ROAD. CHERRY LAKE .i
'" NEW HOPEFUL ;
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Services every first 'and third Daylight Depadment Store
Sundays at 11 a. m, and 8:00 p.m.

,Sunday a. m.Prayer. School. every -Sunday 10:00

Meeting Wed. 7:00 p. m. ,,

...Training Union every Sunday 7:00 ___;_ _,;:-.......... "'. _. ._ __,,:M_, u.',_ ; ON",_JILOI-w.IDA_ -,', ,.. -.;, ;'...;,- .... ....,, ,-..

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