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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: September 15, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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!r 1t i '- ..,L' _' :'".. Division, Co-Op MeetsThe Speaks On :Scouting P T A MEETS I 1 Notice HONORED'-'WITH. ; .\SHOWER i >'.....:jMiss .'

(From. report of Tobacco '
The P T A of the Madison schools t
Division big meeting. pf Tri- T 011
i Agricultural Marketing annual Dale ..
Carpenterwhose. '
Electric will beheld held, the opening meeting of theschool marriage ;':
Lions' Tuesday
USDA) County Cooperative At the Club meeting The Daylight 'Department Store to Richard I .
A record 'high averag'e price was tomorrow Sept 16, at the Co- W R Ennis, Jr 'of Atlanta, year Tuesday evening' in will be closed ,Wednesday, Sept. 20th .Sowell of Cherry
Lake
established for sales of the 1961 Op's grounds in :Madison. :regional director of, the Boy Scouts the cafetorium with ,a large numberof all day in observance of Yom and Clearwater will be solemnized z' ,

crop of Georgia-Florida flue-cured Registration begins at two o'clock, j organization, brought an interesting parents and 'teachers attending Kippur, a Jewish holiday. on Sunday Sept 24 in the t

tobacco. The U S Department of followed by an interesting meeting. J message' on' Scouting and cited Mr Vernal. Webb, 'the newly First Methodist church was honored .

Agriculture reports gross value received ,. The traditional free lunch for :instances of his' own knowledge of elected president conducted the Homecoming Tuesday evening with a linen shower... "-

for the crop was $112,556,376.: all members will be served, and the fine effects of Scouting in meeting when Mrs Oris J McNeil in the Lakeside home of Mrs H D "

This was a gain of 9.4 million President Evans Waldrep and :men's lives. He,had faith in America was elected vice president. Other Roberts! Hostesses with Mrs Roberts >. a

dollars over the, previous high ,paid Manager Al Taylor urge and invite I and in the Youth of America, Ennis officers are secretary, Mrs Mildred Hkkory[ Grove -, were 'Mrs Maxie Jones and Miss : __ ..-i.. '..

for the 1960 crop. Gross sales this all members and friends to attend."AHEAST :said, and while much is reported of Almand .. ; treasurer Mrs Audrey : "
totaled 191,193,994, pounds and juvenile delinquency In these days :
i year AttractJy .FaU'ii '
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$58.87 per hundred. Thusaverage he reminded that 97 per: .cent of Brockman; committee chairmen ap- Homecoming will be observed at arrangements of .7
averaged
'exceeded" last year's by : 20" American Youth have not been in pointed were Mrs Lee Tadlock, pro- Hickory Grove,Methodist church the I flowers were placed 'ia"the..:- .. _;,." "4

) $2.46 and and was $1.04 above the trouble with the law:, /**' gram; Mrs S A Smith, devotional' 'fourth SundaYS eptr 24th, with all ppen ?>r 5 entertaining. After 1s3ss --

record of $57.83 establishedprevious "' Enais was introduced by0 'L and, Mpf*Carolyn: ,Bishop, member day services. Dinner_on the ground. I Carpenter, opened her many lovely .4 _
Volume Ask BEN WAKING if,folks read at the: noon"hour : 0' and useful linens ;
for sales of the 1959 crop. Turner Scout district Erector' ,ofTallahassee. ship. % a ,delicious frozen
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littletciassified of _
t was upnearly 8.4 million pounds :those famous adsj I Sam 'La Cour of-JacksonVille The ,Advisory CSmmittee elected Mr Gerald- Williams will be guest ,salad 'course*with iced drinks was <-
Last week Mr; faring advertised ,
: speaker.
1ast"'ear"and was thejtotatii. was a visitor. served the .
f _1rom : exceeded only for a milk route man WILLINGyTO'WORK. included Mr Al Hiighes, chairman; All cordially invited. 3-2t-ch j by hostesses. ..'. <',
Club President Bob "
ir/f largest ever sold 1955 At least '::50. () answered the Lay reported Mr W T Goody Dr Julian DuRantand Thirty guests attended the delightful .
the 1951, 1953 and crops. on 'the zone meeting held this week -
by :
Grades ;: Mrs R S Williams 3rt members. BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON affair including the brideelect's '
Tallahassee .
', Average Prices By in attended by him
the grade Plans are'' to reduce. the numberof ,DotherMrs, Emaline Carpen .
Around one-third of ad.HOSPITAL Ferd Naughton and L C Bruner. A I .
averages were unchanged from the I NEWS later 'zone meeting will be held in meetings during the year to four Members of the Phillips family I ter. Among those from out-of-town .:

': previous year. The number showing i itt ,'.. Madison., in the hope that more interest will gathered at the home of Mrs attending were Mrs Junior Hall \
I tt gains and losses were about equally 1 --:ct'l...!;.. be created and a larger attendancewill Leatha Phillips Sunday here in !! sister of the bridegroom and Mrs .;. .

divided. Decreases occurred chiefly losses Admissions t Charles Waters, Appointed To Teacher result. The time.... of meetings, Madison to celebrate Mrs V L Per- H J Hall, of Clyattville; Miss Jean :

for offerings of leaf with most Robert TOcMuUedTMrs' Lillian Harris Evaluation Committee following the Tues+ y night meeting kins' birthday anniversary.. A de- Ragans of Perry;., and Mrs Frances -

amounting to $1.00 to largest$4.00 per declines Mrs Carolyn Young, Mrs Mary '- will be a special meeting Oct licious picnic lunch was served on Anderson, Mrs Betty Saddlewhite, 3

hundred centered pounds.on The lower quality Livermore, 'Miss Flossie Hewitt, R Mr Simon Kinsey, Jr principalof 10 at 3 p'm to plan for the 'SChool the front porch at the Phillips and Mrs Kay Youngblood of Monti- '., ?. f

of leaf. Gains took J Thacher Mrs Margaret Tolar, the Madison Elementary School carnival Mrs McNeil to be general home; and a pleasant, day was en- cello. r
grades
place green mainly for primings, lower Mrs ,Ola Mercer' Mrs Ina Pert. has been appointed by Mr Thomas chairman;; and regular meetings J ,on joyed. t1'
Dismissed Miss Clara Ann Mc- --
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quality lugs and nondescript with Bailey, State Superintendent of Dec 12,,March 13, and May 15. Among those attending were the ART COURSE TO BE "
Mullen, Vernon Singletary, Arthur OFFERED
.increases mostly $1.00 to $5.00. The Public Instruction, to serve on the Principal Wiley Sirmon introduced honoree Mrs- V L Perkins and three
Ragans, Mrs Evelyn Royals, Mrs ,
State Committee
largest gains were for low quality for Teacher Evalu- the new high school ,faculty children of Lee; Mr and Mrs Billy North y .
June Ann Lawton and baby boy,, Florida Junior College an- '
Grades of cutters ,showed. ation. He was one of',two, elementary -
primings. members and Littleton and two children of Hick- '
The practical top price Charles Waters, Mrs Betty Anderson principals from the state appointed Principal Simon Kin nounces that a course in Art
no change. hundred with someselectedTbaskets Robert McMullen, Mrs Jo Ann to serve on this committee, sey Jr introduced, parents, of first ory Grove; Mr and Mrs S P Odom will be offered at the Art Cen- ,

was $66.00 a selling, ,for $67.00 Rowell and baby Mrs Anna Hill, and 'will represent the Departmentof grade pupils and" Mrs Marjorie and son Junior and Mrs Lula Odom ter on Wednesday nights, from 7:00to -

and '$68.00. R J Thacher Mrs Carolyn Young Elementary School Principals. He Brown who returned as' a memberof I of Hanson; Miss Willie Phillips and 10:30. The course is open to the !f ',:

and baby boy, A B Welch, Mrs attended' a committee meeting in the teaching staff"this year. i Mrs Scribley of Lee; Mr and Mrs public and it may be taken for -

Loan Program Lillian Harris and baby boy, Mrs Tallahassee Tuesday, 'September 12. Frank Davis of Cherry Lake;: Mr credit or simply for enjoyment It ,)
Stabilization Corporation Emma McCullough.
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\ The Flue-cured ENTERTAINS CAMELLIA and Mrs W C Whigham and three
is not at all to ':
t received about 7.3 million BABY HARRISMr SUWANNEE RIVER JUNIOR, necessary be proficient ,_
[ CIRCLE of Madison'and. Mrs S K
I pounds or 3.8 percent of gross sales. and Mrs Morgan Harris of COLLEGE NEWS children in art; an interest in the sub1" '
I Last year 1.3 percent of gross Greenville are the parents of a Driggers of Lee and Mr and Mrs jed is all that is necessary.
Mrs S''' K Wiatt chairman of the William L Collins, Cherry Lake.AZALEA cT11EWEAThER r
J! volume was placed under Govern baby boy born Sept. 7. Mrs Rosa S Bonds of Tallahasseehas
orient loan. ost grades averaged $4.00 BABY YOUNGA been added to the Junior Col- Camellia Garden Circle was hostess ;

'2 to $21.00 per hundred .pounds above baby boy was born to Mr and lege staff., She 'received the B Sand Thursday morning ,to an interesting CIRCLE MEETS -,
f their respective loan rates. The Mrs Reginald: Young of Madison Masters Degrees from FloridaA meeting of the circle. She outlined f.
1 support ,level for the season averaged Sept. 8. He weighed: 8 lbs, % ozs. and M University. plans for the year's work and an- .' The Azalea Garden Circle' met Week S
hundred. Deaths. Mrs Pulliam Thursday morning in the first meet ending Sept 12th'J
$50.08 a Mary Sept 9. Godfrey P VanMeter has returned nounced the October meeting
I general *
\ Composition of Offerings Dismissed: Ernestine Moore and from Atlantic City, N -J, where he will be held in :ing of the new yea:: in .the home Max. Min. nt ,f.
The quality of offerings was improved baby Peter Johnson M C Weather- spent the summer. PresbyterianFellowship of the chairman Mrs F E Naught Wednesday 90 63, .00 P

I over that of the 1960 crop. spoon. The enrollment at the Junior Col- hall with the azalea Twenty-five members attended. Thursday .90' 70 .22'. '
I The percentage of good quality to- Ernestine and A 2-c Jesse Mooreof lege has reached an all-time high circle In charge of the luncheon Mrs Naughton conducted the business FridaySaturda ,90 70 .03 :J

I\, TDacoo increased while less non Madison are the parents of a of 161 students-69 freshmen, '39 t and the Camellia circle to decoratethe session when plans for the >' a. 92 70 .04-r
low was sold. baby boy born Sept. 6. Weight auditorium. coming year were outlined and dis- 4
descript and quality 8 sophomores, and 53 part-time stud- Sunday I 91 70 .cia" .
I/ A large increase occurred in the lbs. 4 ozs. ents.Stuient All members were, asked to plant cussed. The circle will be hostessesfor Monday .' 90 71 .O0"1 .
colored marketings elections will Fri- sweet hi the October luncheon meetingin ;
ratio Of lemon be held peas preparation for making Tuesday 91 69 .84 t
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with less orange and variegated be- Go For Prisoner day, September 15. The elections bouquets for May Day. Presbyterian Fellowship halL ; t .

ing offered. Poor to, good leaf, fair will include student council officers,, The circle will" meet, on Wednesday An interesting' program was given Total : 1..13
{ lugs and low and fair primings made class officers, and, Miss Suwannee Nov 1 instead by Mrs Van H ,Priest who showed ,'.1 .,.
ot on Thursday, Rainfall week ending Sept 9th at .
the bulk of sales. River Junior College and her court. beautiful slides of the Charleston
tip .
'Sheriff Moore and Ab Cruce have in order that all attend the Gibson Tower -
\ may L50 in, Lovett Tower
,Opening' and Closing Dates The first semi-formal of the gardens she visited last Spring. It
The markets sales July been jn New York where they went will be District meeting in Monticello.: 1.50 in Aucilla Tower 4.00 in, Sin > : .
\ began, on school year given Friday is planned to ,arrange a tour for
Villie"Lenzy Robinson,
27. In 1960 first sales were held to bring who back \ from here night, September 15, at the.Masonic The Flower Show school will ,be Madison gardeners to Charlestonnext clair Tower L80 in, Mill Creek.t
27 escaped jail
I 28. This the market- held in Tallahassee 2527. Tower 1.50 in -
on July year had HalL Sept spring. Cold drinks were served Madison forestry ;
eighteen months and who ..
ing season ended on August 25. been arrested in priskany ago N. Y. A trip to Charleston gardens In the by the hostess.COMPLETES headquarters Q..20 in. ... ,-

Sales were held for 22 days com Robinson was charged with breaking To Spring was discussed, Sun- rises Sept 15th. 6:17 amt sets' .)... < .-
pared with 27 last year. and entering in the burglarizing Standpipe Sy Mrs S H Moore presented an in- COURSE AT SCHOOL .6:41 p m. i.- '; -;

GROSS. SALES TYPE 14 AND MARKETS AVERAGESON of Edgar Stewart's store in teresting program when she gave a OF MORTUARY SCIENCE Moon sets Sept 15th 10:18 pm.'t '- 4

December, 1959, but escaped March Therewas some proposal a while demonstration of making flowers Moon in constellation of Libra '.
Market and State Pounds 1961 Crop 28th; 1960. 'before trial. He was be- back to take down the old standpipe from cent shucks. She explained Mr and Mrs Stanley Baxley and Sept 15th.High -

Georgia: Average ing held at Utica. N Y on a federal on the Court House square; the bleaching-, dyeing and assembling children Wayne and Bonnie were tide t .:..
ADEL 6,048,781 $59.22 I week end"guests of Mr and Mrs Sept 15th at St Marks -;
charge of unlawful flight to avoid however,. several felt that it would :" I
i 6343.167 61.82 methods she used ,in making light 54l -
ALMA *'* > prosecution. -- Simon Kinsey, Jr and Mr -and Mrs p m. :1:
BAXLEY;. 5.649.501 59.23 ... serve as a good auxiliary should water I fugi mums,, roses and tulips for W B ,Ezell' enroute from Dallas, ':- -:.
in :
BLACKSHEAR 11.C85.392 60,78 Tommy Howerton is attending happen supply to the case water'ptUnp anything supply i use In dried arra gen mts. .' Texas to Cocoa, Fla.where they will Rev and Mrs; Paul Tots 'i .,
Dg
CLAXTON 5,962.107 57.05 FSU. and the new: standpipe be thereby _Thirteen_membersand oDe -visitor J make their home. Friends here will accompanying their*'c daugh1 ;" ''Jp--
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DOUGLAS -.- -' 14,477.924 60.29 depleted, and we understand that Mrs Derby Ulloa- "Havana Cuba,,beglad ib learn that Mr Baxleyhas Mary- J ew' e l Touchton to .:iZr: '''"'!

J FITZGERALD'HAHIRAt 5.603.457 55.64 VIDALIA 10815.692 55.99 plans now ,are for the original< and Mrs Matte decL : successfully completed a year University today where she teas
;: 5,382,720' ,60.795.95L554 58.92>JWAYCROSS 6,044,100H62.8"tTOTAL ; standpipe: stay,as it is. -'". The' Circle- meets in November I of study at the Dallas School of her senior year in pre-m ical

HAZLEHURST-. with Mrs J J Sale when the Mortuary Science. -
bETTER, 5.735,718 57.30 GA. '165,836,054 $58.64
11708,210 57.81 FLORIDA t.BROIEN { program will be on Christmas deco- :
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MOTJLTRIE RECORD .
COURSE Miss, Eva McCullough leaves studies."H
NASHVILLE' 8.934508 5825 HIGH SPRINGS 4,104.59059.03 rations. :
PEARSON 488.488 59.93 JASPER 5,069,848 62.01 Monday by; plane for Port Au" Princeto

phi 5,108,644 8.4SQUIntAN.f LAKE CITY 4396,278 60.44 Mr"and Mrs E F iterritt of At- begin a missionary tour' ot theCaribbean

*9 '5,138,589 60.S' LIVE OAK 9.068553': 60.04 ': lanta,were guests, of 3fr''aad' Mrs "TJ and is, ,slated to continueon .

STATESBORO 12.769,681 56.72 MADISON 2,718,663 ,$004 -=-- (; Beggs HL. ,and, Mr and, Mrs :T J, to Central America in November.x ; ; ..;
SWAggORO 3,390,364 53.93 ;Thedv FraleCgh broke the, }Madl- Beggs Jr a' few days this week. -x- -

sYIAA r 11M.N TOTAIr+YLA. 5,37$* .M sett Country Club record' 'Saturdayby They, came to attend: : tfce reception Corene Studstill leaves today ,'. .to 'fI
THOKAJmLLBTIFTOff : 5.3HM6 59.46 posting a 62r followed bykotherz I Tuesday evening! given by Mr and for New York, where she will joina I
11,381 H.94 Total Type 14 19U93.4 ".8T Rock (66)), John Sd (68) lira Begs Jr honoring their soninlaw party for a'two weeks tour of I

VALB00TA 8.fM.S 4t30 Prdlmfmry Subject ...Ae,...... act Pappie Fralelffe (74). sad donghter. New ...sg2aa.. 1

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PAGE TWO THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA: .. .r ___ '. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER '15th, 1961

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grinder on which he could,grind Legislature, ,acting according: to YOUR FUTURE IS IN YOUR HANDS

his coffee. Not- a ,one of them the; Constitution, submitted a ,-

t., TdISiIPE1 IPI1SE1IECOtD ipubL had a coffee grinder, and some proposed constitutional, amendment -

: ;t of the.:store people. seemed, not to permit the State _to
WWP WW %*B W FMW
: -- to; know just what he was looking bond. for good roads and the
died Weekly Subscription $376: Per'Yras Sri Advance 2, ..

n! Delayed Renewals $4..
1 ,. Advertising Rates Made Known on Application the; writer, was growing-up in.a felt, turned'the' proposal down. 'Py. ,

". grocery store, and: even later, The prohibition in the ,Cons

.' Entered et the Madison Post Office as second-class. matter' June he; coffee grinder was an Indispensable -tution against bonding is wise;

tt J 15th, 1908. tinder Act of March 8, 1879. piece of equipment if we follow |t; it will keep ;us a

", D5TNERS:T. C.. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT,'JR. : in: all grocery stores. What, we I solvent and .on firm footing, l-lI
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;. ,.. AND ASSOCIATES called :Rio, coffee ,came in the and we' do. not, think. ,that ourofficials' 7a -
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; bean in barrels; --or' -in sacks are-doing the state a

;...... MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 which we emptied into the good service, however meritor-

: 2\,-, !JEW ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901 barrel ,aDd gold the
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coffee, out and grind it as the undertake to circumvent. or

T: a MERCHANT, 'Editor and Publisher customer ordered it. Arbuckle's nullify.it. : -

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.. '.. Editor iT.,;. ,. .. .-6 ,_ 1,4t .
MRS.A. W. VANN, City favorite less expensive coffee, 4: "
: "F1. ; First In 'lflCkelAId, Nr _;:..:t: ,'yt 3'RY'X '
,- ;;, MRS. vT. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. came in the bean in pound I _, '.
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,( 0Y R[ heavy property damage, people Asbestos yon save regularly -
.' /1. r time rectly, and we would grind thatas
themselves have ample
ordered. Some customerseven Canada, our neighbor to the decide to DO
You can make your own future when you
the
-" and notice to get out of
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and into safe preferred to buy their north, has an area just a little something about it,,instead of leaving it to "happenstance."
: places
danger
1 ',' -- coffee greenroast it them- larger than that of the- United The most practical, purposeful thing you can do is to adopta
For this service the -
areas. selves, and then grind it. them States, but a population only a policy systematic saving geared to your objectives.

... ':. various weather bureau people, selves. We might note that tenth as great. The bulk of thecountry's Why not decide right now to take your future into your
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.. members ot local, state and hands? Chart financial
other things were sold differ- population centered own your own course to every-
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federal governmental Units the thing want to do and have. Then savings
: ; MghtyCa.r1a ,- ently then too. Sugar came in within r a narrow strip along tjie you open a
Red Cross- and all others connected account here!
barrels, Hour came in barrels, United States border, with the
: Mighty Carla,. ,as these lines with the warning; evacu- great majority concentrated in Your: >ank account will grow faster with the aid of compound
apples came in ,barrels, .
gasoline interest bank.
written is the ation and resettling of the* : at our
pounding
are on came in barrels in hard the St Lawrence and Lower II
shores of Texas' and 'Louisiana. evacuees deserve: the thanksf Canadians of
Lakesregion
stores ;
ware white bacon came
1 The hurricane is one of the a grateful nation. No,loss:of life in big boxes and we would use British stock constitute about BANKOFGkFSENVIIJLE J

of the .century andreminds had been reported ,up to this
greatest Frencb'C
the salt that.came around the half the population, ;
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,' older people of the writing, and 'Jikely :there will bacon to freeze. ice cream with, Canadians, ',mostly in .Quebec,' MEMBER.. OF FEDERAL CORPORATION INSURANCE DEPOSIT r- -

great hurricane that struck be only a few, if any, casualties, soda crackers came in- boxes about a third,. and. the remain- '

t.. Galveston, then largest cify in confined. if there'. are f some, and snowflakes (saltines) in der largel centered in the GREENVILLE, FLORIDA "
Texas in I960 called,'t Galveston mostly to those brave, ,or foolish --- --- --

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tins butter Pr irie'P'r9v nces., More than
in.
: tubs, lard intubs FLOWERS AT METHODIST ,. '
flood, and causi ; nhe ,: souls who i'urapite of warning -
and so pnfC P Kelly,yTvL twenty foreign-language news1apersa'xe sarct CHURCH .
if' death of six thousand >,pedple. persist] in4 their .determina ': air Winnipeg ry .
Sullivan '
; Frank Andrews Jim TgubUshed,
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oui- thfestorm ri : -
tion to ride -
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the '
Funds were raised over '
.a Sale and doubtless others who ; capital l'-'MamtQba, .and Beautiful flowers at the Methodist
rt
for the victims of the where they are.
country had grocery or commissarystore some different languagesare church Sunday were placed there
Galveston disaster and the by Mr and Mrs Bill Wimberly in
spoken in Edmonton, capitalof
experience earlier than
.
t memory of Mr Wimberly's parents.
writer, then a good-sized boy,, PriceWePay the writer did could probably Alberta. The manufacturing The-rosebud on the altar was in

: '. recalls having contributed to Chalk terrible air- give other instances of customsof industry js now the most..important honor of Barbara Lisa Brothers,
that cause in his home town up another// infant daughter of Mr and Mrs
in Canada's
plane disaster which hapPened the days that are no more. economy. Ladell! Brothers.
o0Q sToatS
here in Florida. Following the Leading manufactures 'include
early f Sunday morning near

flood Galveston, a great seawall'was for 'protection builtat Shannon_ ,Airport shortly after Constitution Says No iron and iron' products, vege- :PLATE: *BEEF STEW Mrs P J Parramore and Miss

table products, non-ferrous C- Phillis Parramore returned Monday
the taking off, in which
against any future, flood- and aboard every- "The Legislature"shall have power metals, wood. and paper products 2 LBS. 29 from a visit, In Fort Worth, Texas
I six
body and
i Sunday waves from Carla's on- crewmen to provide for ,issuing 'State bonds animal products textiles with Mr and Mrs George Keyes.
77 tourists only for the ,
perished. Thousandsand purpose of repelling -
slaught were smashing across and textile products chemicals .
1 thousands of airplane invasion or suppressing insurrection.: ,
this seawall. Article IX, Sec 6, Constitutien of and allied products and _non- LAMB BREAST STEW
trips made without incident
are the State of Florida.
metallic mineral The
products.
!; and airplane travel is "The-credit of the State shall not

I I Largest In South claimed to be safer than auk: i htS pledged or loaned to any individual I abundance of cheap waterpower 9C. ar.w

company, corporation or is. ah important .factorin
Galveston, although now a mobile travel, but when one association.Article IX, Sec 10, the growth of Canadian in- SMOKED SAUSAGEAND
of accident does occur there are Constitution of the State of Florida.
around 75,000
pretty city '
.. so many lives involved that the In the light of these ,prohibitions dustry. Livestock productionhas
fast several
did. not grow so as WEINERS -
impact 'on people's minds is clearly .stated, in the Con- recently replaced grain-
other Texas cities which .
I ., 'Of the claim larger populationsthan great. This danger, however, is stitution of Florida, we respect- growing as the Canadian, farm 3 lbs. .,. $1.00 SEE THE TOP
now
fully suggest that er's most important source of Come and get 'em!
do not STARS RUN
Galveston. Houston in a price that we Pay for what we '
how income. Principal crops: include CHARLIE WYNN, MGR..
see the Governor and
we call Greatest the
short progress. NOW through ,
particular, up country a MEAT DEPT.. ;
wheat, oats, hay, clover bar-
from Galveston danger in airplane travel is at majority of the Cabinet and j.

distance 'grew the ,teke-off and at the land- the members of the Legisla- ley, rye, potatoes, sugar beets, PROMOTED TO SUPERVISOR OCTOBER 7th
and with the
enormously, ing. The writer recently flew ture who favor the plan can corn, fruits,, rapeseed and to- CAPACITY: OF ALSONETTE CLOSED SUNDAYS I
HOTEL CHAIN
bringing of deep :water up to its bacco. The country has great
any number of different airlines square their support of the, pro.
doors became a great gulf port
and the only time he posal to issue fifteen million mineral_ wealth, and is the Albert S Wing, who has been JEFFERSONKENNEL J
and a really metropolitan city. world's largest of connected with the Alsonette Hotel CLUB
dollars in bonds producer
for
The writer drove into Houston began to feel a little sense of a construction nickel and asbestos. Canada is Chain for the past eight years,' firstas Monticello, Fla.OnUS19 .
danger was when he was almost program for the state's manager of the Aldriige Hotelin
IV early one night several 'years home again and 'the plane instead .(universities and colleges with second in the world in zinc pro- Shawnee Oklau, and later as
,
,
ago, and, the city looked so of their oaths of office. Grant that duction, and is also one of the manager of Hotel Marion at Ocala, 3 Miles Northof
landing at
and active and energetic ; once, kept has been promoted to
bright major producers of platinum. a supervisory U. S. 90
the need for the
circling the field there at Jack construction the
capacity for chain working out
said it would I
he
that soon sur-
: mineral
Other
include
products SPECIAL
sonville. Others on the plane, program is there; then it .was of the head office in. Tulsa, Okla. SECTION
New Orleans as the larg- FOR NEGRO FANS
pass however there when Legislature met I the pitchblende deposits, bauxite He and 'grs Wing will leave
est city in the South. But then -did not seem to be Florida the Tatter part o'f this weekto
capper, gold, lead, silver,
this
past spring, and the
when he got near New Orleans worried, so he let it go at that Legis- report first to offices in Memphis RACES NIGHTLY 8:15
t'and by and by the plane madea lature; in keeping witch the antimony, bismuth, cadmium, Term. He expects to do con-
and saw all that sugar cane Governor's policy of chromium, cobalt, molybdenum, sidderabie trareling land will be MATINEES 2:15 P. M. "
perfect landing terra no new
on
and rice and the city's commanding taxes did not initiate tungsten, .arsenic, iron, magne- accompanied by Mrs Wing. ON SATURDAYS
firma and such
was he glad! a Their youngest son,
George is
the great
position on a
sium titanium thallium
program. How has any' greater, mercury, student at Central Florida Junior LADIES ADMITTED!
river, he said No, that New I tin .coal, natural FREE TUES.-THURS.
urgency come about? And by gas College and will remain in Ocala
Orleans would continue the No. No Coffee Grinder etc. for the present,
what authority can the Governor petroleum, ; Vast forests as a resident at Dine In Air-Conditioned
1 city. However, Houston has; form Canada's' most.important Hotel Marion TURF CLUB ,
When the writer left the and six members of the Mr and Mrs Wing
I
were
now gone past New Orleans Cabinet (really renewable resources, and gulp here :Monday and guests
Bogota airport recently, they only five Cabi- Tuesday of Mrs Admission Only 50c
and is'knocking at the doors gave him, along with the other net members, for at leastone and paper,are, exported in large Wing's Vann. parents. Mr and Mrs A W No Minors Allowed

jof the million population. .class passengers, a little bag of does not ,favor the proposal) quantities. Fisheries are very '.

of cities. '. important. Montreal is the largest -
coffee as a souvenir of Colom- place a fifteen million dollar

f bia, second largest coffee growing debt on the people of Florida city, and Ottawa- is the DO,BUGS BOTHER YOU? -.- ,

,- Dese" Thanks : country in the world, and without even getting specific caPital ;

t Carl mighty as it is, will I when he left Brazil, largest Legislative approval? And even 70 x 15 Goodyear OKAY. LETS GET RID OF 'EM, AND FAST. CALLUS .!

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.: not cause the loss of life tha l coffee growing country, they i iI then Legislative approval would I -Weatier Tire 7 .....--NOVY COLLECT"-" IF ROACHES, ANTS, WATERj- ': ,;
him and the other passengers not be sufficient for, being an BUGS
its 19yO predecessor did. There I gave ; FLEAS AND TERMITES ARE MAKING YOUR
... I each a little bag of Brazilian amendment to the constitution, LIFE
,7 ''tt was probably hardly any warning As Low As $11.88 MISERABLE. WE'LL ELIMINATE 'EM, AND
I coffee. The Colombian the plan would have to be submitted YOU MUST BE
system back the time / SATISb'JJillIBURKE.
!, at. I coffee was already ground, but by the Legislature; to Plus Tax and rrade-ia
'of the Galveston flood, and .
little advance protection.: Now., 'I the Brazilian coffee was in the the people for ratification. We MFSSER EXTERMINATING CO.

he hunted around recall, a good many years ago_
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-- >s- bean, so 29&J
an system'c > Madison grocery stores. to see if now,, :when the clamorf.roaci r.good Battery Tire:Ct. Phone ., ... ... .. .- Perry Florida
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-:- .FRIDAY". SEPTEMBER 15th, "1961 .:" THE"ENTERPRISE'RECORDER;; ".'II- .< "" ,'"'MADT.. ., _l.-, .FLORIDA-_ .. .,.. *.'.:..3c: :.z w___. .,--;.': PAGE THREE'- ,.

Y LEE NEWS NOTES ; ',; ..' PLAN-'EXHIBIT< 4 jm in the Madison County Mrs Ears Bhe.ntof .Tallahasseewas Bob and Beanie Searcy, agents for For higher than ordinary

i I > Negro Home DemonstratIonwomen ing school aud:.torillnr. It was rrain-I the guest of her mother, Mrs the' United Farm Agency: won a quality at lower than usUal

to name the exhibit in D F Burnett, _Tue ay. Silver Star for their sales and
over the county met Sept prices, see McLEOD FURNITURE
Mr ,and Mrs Curtis L Ivey and 2 to.plan a county-wide exhibit to retired H D Agent Althea Ayer I very hard to promote the extension i listings of property in the monthof CO. Greenville Fla. j .

children Lee,' Dencie and Carroll of be held Oct. 21, from 12 noon to who for thirty-seven years worked program in the, county. ; August. ., I III

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Lakeland, Ga. and )Mrs R L Griffin -
i of Adel, Ga visited :Mr Arthur Ra- : .
gans Monday of last week while be : : If :: ,
c.
ChoolOU' r" r--hd'n.
I was in the Madison County II nterTcxfolj ?
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Memorial hospital.. Also, visiting him .. .. '.... ...... ..
on Tuesday "were :Mr and Mrs J .' '-<;; .,!;" :":<
T Griffin of Valdosta Mr Ragans is .

convalescing at boms, his many / : '

$ friends will be glad .to know. .... '." _. '" 5!, ...
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11 C\F.O. and Mrs A L Blanton and S 16 :I2'"i1li.r. ; .
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two children, Ellis and Yvonne of E "> .
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Jacksonville were guests Sunday.. of ,, MONit .. .. stIIIIItIt" O. -, >-t .
ON TO *TSCL i -
Miss Vesta Blanton. [. -> '-.vf : c.n..ItIrIIIIa. x.,:::::.r "..-'. :: r-'....'.,.
Mr and Mrs Archie Mazingo of MERCHANTSGree. '. ;9= *Ug1Z \'m'" ;(- j. ,'. .'. ,,".
Eau Gallia are up for a few days' STAMPS QUANTITYRIGHTS >: : ;;;- "- ..
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visit with his aunt, Mrs R L New- .. .-'.'.- :./,? <;-1:-; .
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some and other relatives. -' RESERVED ,.
Rev .and Mrs L E Denslow and f> -' 1REEGIFTS I- : :ii

daughter Miss Bertha, were called : }
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to North Carolina'Saturday due -
D'rac&r ..':."."',- .' ;.;'::.::17SHP \.,.
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the seriously ill mother, of Mr Dens- 1IIfi.. .. t" ; .; >I&,
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Register As OftenAslfou "; ...A"H'UAKIa sm WAiita MOBIRM6ROOM ] -: < .. ",

low.Miss Clara Ann McMullen returned ,t tr ... .,r ...... ........., I SHELL KOMI J 4; :. :,
home .Sunday from a hospital LikeJit "- WIder...'...._...".. Ilall. JJPMIiI ..., 1' ,..'..-::<.-\..,.'y!;'io f.:'....it.r
.. It. : Duil lo9-'" : :. .
in :'Jacksonville. Her friendsare. ;. ;-r D&pt+rd t /Ireavl'11. .0.' "

glad Mr*-that and me--A Mrs Is H inprovingi J Brown: '. had>- ) : Your Favorite '.Food:,Fair;' Seller's Store Paying Our Ciganliei"

Mrs George Kelley to spend 'Sunday t s ti
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,.,.Jtfr and -MrsSheklon] Newbern of -: r*;*
.Auburndale, stopped, over front: :\:.
Thursday until Sunday with relatives ". ../:
WINNER S CHOICE SWEEPSTAKES 's*s
enroute to their home, from a '-j: ;
visit with Mr and Mrs E'A Demp- ,

sey in their mountain home in' .
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and :Mrs J Whitty, Mr. ,and .i1:;.' .
Mrs Raymond Mercer and two children "',.i-.. ,
11 Ramona and Frank Allan and "' mimt BB pp -- qB *i f "

Whitty Douglas and Cherry Mr and and Mrs i r'Bobby Sheldon -' Grand Prize :Drawing Saturday September 30 ,1961 .

Newbern went to Gainesville Sunday
I for a visit with Mr and Mrs I Additional Fahwlews..PrUefll. Enter Under Yfcese Rules ;;. i.. -

t Carl Turlington and family. They r t. u'".ca.I..r Pool f.bS.t Ws s.o.e for gat a Od,ind SnJ Crwid* -: ", 0 ..:, '
and of&. WWWI'ooM! swnpwk Entry Illw+k.fill hi 9. "mfwow. .'Swig hot Of.Jta Walter SMtyowMMMd .' ;; ;.'"
were met there, by Mr Mrs 21" Color Full Size eddrM IIId detIOIit Jft the oir cl4lha<* X M ta U canvcta l M wtonW bt wUfcM 50 nltet .,;' ,- .
Thomas:' E Gamble and children of ax.TMral) II nMlu>globvylEn Nr y W.w wow IiU. el*y hot ftr gr JMrt, iron to M Start PMriMi. _: .1., < -
r Television Home Tree .r You do not tin to te PIMMI to _In. CfMvl prta tl Food Fur, SMM,hie. _...
Orlando. : we.wa wQ U notified braZ WtoUf wInnIr'a uw.q Iho BOM Motor.* TrUbr Md AotMtht a MW Auto 'aM
'' Mr .J H Dallas was called to 2 vffl.to portod fa Mch.;::.. ..t !or bo$1"' w k1r Mroeiw: +d a aid wbr-=JhO.a ova :: ,
Griffin Ga to attend '''tr PLUS.FREE PRIZES WEEKLYAT prig chwlngllIId lilt prt dnwe+p,WIIWItfI of hod f.a s.s.'a i/R1/ lit__il.alrl IYiIi&a H J/
last Thursday prb.1 w+win q "Pwid 3arw Me. "';.. .
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oll+.ir bdblr Pal 4, a Saea lilt SIO1141ne.Brit -- :
r the funeral of a brother. He EVERY FOOD FAIR-SETZER'S.S tir1111Pb11/ b Ib.k dais of tlr lilt :. Mot wd.lhIirf.aill"8'1', fi= _.'.,' has the sympathy of his many. .-" -'
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friends 1 .
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Mr_and-:Mrs J Williams, Sr. had .. ,; '-:: .' : ". .

as guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs Virgil FRESH DRESSED "A"b : ,
#-Bell, and Miss Becky Kagel, and ,
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brother .Billy, Mr and Mrs Stan : iiiNiRiCMDE c
Tucker and daughter Julie of Jacksonville ,
t and Mr and Mrs P G Williams >c .,

1rf of Clyattville, Ga. ,

a Mr and Mrs Don Roderick are .....
moving to the R W McMullen \
house vacated by Mr and Mrs Oscar :
)' Hurst. Don is a licensed mechanicand Ie -- f
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plans to be engaged in this line HENS WHOLE, 1
of work in radio and television. LB .', L
He will have his shop in the home. .'... It' ,

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I CONSERVATION NEWS -
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1 I PORK RIBPORTION 'lAc PORK. LOINPORTION lAc -', '

-; (By L C Bruner Soil Conservation- MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS -

_ Service) WITH THE PURCHASE OF WHIZ ,
Lawrence B Miller, Geology aide INSTANT ASSORTED FLAVORS "
with the Soil Conservation Service, DRINK MIX u LB",

t is assisting the personnel of the AT ouR RcouuR LDw PRlct -- ,
1 Madison District ,with the boring of EXPIRES 9.17.61CODEN ,,;" -
pond sites this week. Mr Miller w -. w -, w : w w w w .' w w w- w -, .: Cc

1t operates the Soil Conservation Ser-

vice power auger. The auger can
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_ bore a three inch hole 50 feet deepin .
about fifteen minutes, depending MAXWELLHOUSE" ; -

} on the type material the auger iso 25 ,
working in. By boring holes every MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
j fifty feet in a pond site you can WITH THE PURCHASE -
tell the type of material you have PICO OP R LADY PAIR ICED
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to work with and its water holding APPLE BUNS ,;,r -'''' ;
) capacity. AT OuR MOULAH LOW MICCEXPIRES :
;I Pond sites will be bored on the (,**. CODCMMERCHANTS 9-17-ftl .r-
11 farms of Joe Buchanan: Mrs Cordie LIMIT-1 COFFEE' '-

V Welch Albert McLeod, B 'G WITH YOUR FOOD ORDER '.. I
_ Wyche, Sidney Bass, Willard Davis
M C Woodard and several others '

free throughout technical the service county.furnished This is to a 1 1 1 ,CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE TIN LB 5ge ,

I the co-operators of the MadiSonSoil GREEN STAMPS -

Conservation District. The bor- WITH"THE PURCHASE OP ,
ing of a pond .before construction 1 LB PICO; FARMER CRAY -

begins helps the farmer to decideif BACON I fTI .4 i i :
.he wants to build a pond on the AT HUM EXPIRES RCBULAM 9-17-61 LOW FR.Y ,
site selected. As the auger bores CODE H
into the ground the type soil the .
auger goes through is laid out on 4
the surface and checked to .determine '
LB BAG
I pond the site.suitability of the proposed / 1 MEAL OR GRITS SOUINERN MADE 5 (LtMIT-l) 1ge "

farmers throughout the
Many '
State have based their decisions to MERCHANTS GREENSTAMPS ;

.-,. buildor not to build a pond after WITH THE PURCHASE BYRD'S APPLE SAUC' 303 CAN lOr -::; .
the profile of the soil has been BESSIE LEE CHOCOLATE (UMIT3)ASSORTED

$ studied. PIES '

t: DOGWOOD CIRCLE MEETS tl t A'D p IICBULAM coot :?PlttCC,:.. MORTON'S FRUIT PIES PIES 2ge 1

22 OZ :
j The Dogwood Circle of the Gar- SIZE ; I
' dden Club met Thursday at the ; -
w w w w s w w w w w w w ra w w w s w w w w ra w w w ti. Rt
home of the co-chairman Mrs James I

-. Hardee, with nineteen members yr
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attending..Hostesses with Mrs Har iffpg1 'T-
dee were Mrs J G Ashley, Mrs Al Fltll BANTAM CORN

Atchison, -Irs, Roger Asbury and MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS '.".
Miss Whittle Dickinson WITH PURCHASE Of*MO Oft MORE FOOD ORDER

Mrs Kirby Reichmann, chairman, ". .. "J-
outlinedthe Mrs Roger year's Porter work and as Mrs planned.B G c: J T :' Lt LtFOR
I cpino f.p1.M.1>r,1lKI
Wyche gave the, interesting program CODE M 12 35 .... -" .
on naming the official flower i.. '-' Is.
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:"".: -:z..t'p" .-. PAG.2 FOUR -.-.: -, -.., _a'.- tHE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, :MADISON, FLORIDA: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th. 1961

\ .' '-" :; ,. I ,. Mrs Carraway.P Smith of Jasper BIRTHDAY SUPPER AT' # -

is seriously ill in the hospital there. SHADY GROVE _
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:14 -xCONDUCTS .Saturday afternoon at the home!

.. .. CONFERENCE of, Mr and Mrs J M Bass Jr of
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J- r FOR SALE Female Wanted Shady Grove a% birthday supper was
,. Help :Madison Fla., Sept.-12, 1961 given honoring four members of -2

_One lovely 2-bedroom home Rev Jesse Brown, pastor of Mt the family on the occasion of their TEENAGERS, JOIN, THE SCRUB SET!

VOlIAN7110 CAN Zion AME church, conducted,. theith birthday anniversaries -,-s."" _* t
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located: ,in Pinetta, Fla. situated'on DRIyE r ..
Plans were to serve ah
conference businesssession1 out-door
If you would enjoy working 3, or quarterly SWEET SOAP
full -1." CLEAN! MEDICATED\
of landV This '
a acre 4 hours a day calling regularly each Friday night fin 1t1t'Zion supper but the rain Interfered and '

house is 'ideally 'situated for month on' ,a- groin 'of1 Studio Girl AME church. -< the* affair was held inside." 2: CLEAR! MEDICATED REFINING LOTION
/ officers Thedelido s menu included '' -__' '0,5.; '. '
The following were ;
gracious suburban living.: Cash Cosmetic clients on a route to be *"" .
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established in and around Madison elected: chicken pilau a variety of salads, '' 3: BANISH. MEDICATED. BLEMISH CREAM
price $2798.00, or convenient Susie O vegetables and pies and cakes, iced .
and are willing( to make light deliveries Secretary, Perry; .
CREMI
time, price 84: payments at etc., write-to STUDIO Marshal David Bonrier and reporter tea and'coff : 4.. -PROTECT! VELVETEEN ,NIGHT

$45.98 per month. For information GIRL COSMETICS; Dept SW 9, E T McGee. Those attending were Mrs Venonia 5. SHAMPOO! V VELVETEEN MEDICATED SHAMPOO
board and made Bass .Yr- and Mrs Albert Tuten ?
Glendale, California Route will pay Each auxiliary ,
call CH 2-3162 in Val- 5
up to $5.00per r hour. 3-2t-ch its written and financial report., Mr and Mrs: Francis Bass and family 6. GUARD! MEDICATED\ .. 445 FORMLATTN, -
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dosta. Please call collect. The conference closed Sunday ; Mr "and Mrs Howard Leslie :Mr

; MODERN HOMES CONSTRUCTION WantedListings with Rev G W Ferrell deliveringthe Carey Bass and Mr and' Mrs J-M .,: For,home StudybelFIjOUISE > seeS -- ,_ ,
morning sermon and Rev Jesse Bass and family "
CO. P. O. Box 1331, Val- ,- ; ,

dosta, Ga. .2-2t-di! of land, in North Brown, pastor, delivering, the evening : , "
"' sermon. Mrs H D: Oxford has returned ; ,. "'. ',-' >-
Central Florida in small tracts; We regret much to know JEAN WILDER? -+ <
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FOR SALE a month's visit with her sister > ,1, <<
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,. large tracts, suitable for general that our presiding elder' Rev S. 'E 1 1 Mrs C 0 Bates Greenville, ,,'r SANDRApsULLIVAN{: ..-.:, -;:-
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Patio Furniture Imported" ,peel farming, pine growing etc.. Give Moses is E very T ill.McGEE, Reporter. S'C. 'Mrs, Oxford and Mrs Bates RACHEL REICHMAN.c. ; ."

-. cane chairs, coffee tabl ;.tea; tables full and complete information; spent some time in the Carolina '

Children's chairs. $4.95 Artcraft mountains.. ,- .
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up.
write
next to Chuck Wagon In. -' Setzers '.' Lawn Mower Parts and EVERY DOLLAR from, Mad- .S ; .
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Shopping Center.FOR SALE_ ', ,Joseph A Wheeler / ServiceMcWILUAMS FEDERAL ison County SAVINGS deposited in& FIRST LOANASSOCIATION th LJNU Store

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Realtor ; jn PERRY has ,

Larsen Fiberglass Speedboat and GARAGE, BEEN HE-INVESTED .IN MAblSON i: FLORIDA
13003 N. W. 22nd. Avenue
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trailer $1395 value for & price. I- :

$695, only one. Eighteen foot new, Miami,' Florida. 3-1 t-ch MADISON; : COUNTY. HOMES! -

i Larsen Sea Lion fiberglass boat -.

and trailer $1250. See Lewis Hames, WANTED: Boy with bicycle for

-- in Setzer Valdosta Times newspaper routein
next to Chuck. Wagon
Madison. Write LEON SPEN-
Shopping Center. '
CER, Valdosta Times, Valdosta

FOR SALE: Used electric Frigidaire Georgia. 3-3t I

.. refrigerator and stove. L A ALMOND : '
EXPERT REPAIR WORK ON ;
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Lee, Fla.t or phone HU .
'-/ ._' ,'- 3-6409 Madison. 3-lt-ch SEWING MACHINES & VACUUM ..
Inc. Y ,
CLEANERS: ANY MAKE. REA- t. '
>: SALE One Farmall ...
i FOR : Super-A ._ "
SONABLE PRICES PHONE HU w
if f : = :' tractor, with all .equipment,, in 3-6618 MADISON. : :.'. "
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[:: good shape, reasonable price. v'5'' -
RUFUS CULBRETH, Jennings LOST: One female cream colored LADIES FALL MEN'SFlannel

t .' Florida. 3-2t-pd small short-haired dog August :::', ,- -' .
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r ;-. '. FOR SALE (CHEAP)-Used 750 x 22nd named, Peaches. Phone HU .. Si'. : v}. flATS..-'' ': C I
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20 tires, tubes and wheels for 3-6145 or write MRS JACK ; ;r x*
HICKS, Rt 2 Madison. 1-lt-ch ,
,_ Ford truck. MEL DIETRICH at d : -
I Howerton Supply Co., HU 3-6681. '
'f' ; 3itpdFOR Call J L PATE, 2525 Greenville, -00 :' ,

I ... "' ". Fla, for sanding, varnishing,-waxing $298to$5 '.-.-. .. : .
? j SALE: Three purebred Siamese old or new floors. 52-4t-ch .
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kittens, $10 each. Call MRS ."
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I MARTHA JOHNSON, WO 3-2351 :

after 6 pm or write Box 104 Wellborn AMBITIOUS YOUNG MAN FOR ... >'
v1' l Fla. 3t-lt-pd LOCAL ESTABLISHED 'ROUTE. < .-J BAN LON (l Shirts
45-50 HOUR WEEK. :$2-53: PBR : -. '
; ( HOUR' PLUS INCENTIVES.: WE CARDIGANSReg. : .v ,r ,S-11i-L-
FOR RENT: Second house from HAND BAGS
CAR AND REFERENCES
TRAIN. .J '
N- Metal Plant. Available L F 'I Regular $1.98
;;;- now. NECESSARY. WRITE TO 659 ,. $4 -Sizes' 34.40
; KELLEY. ., 2-lt-ch WEST PEACHTREE ''STREET, N. '" y .

ra\ .it, :; :. FOR RENT: One 3 bedroom un-: E., ATLANTA '8, EORGIA. ri :;. :':1 V .. IN ALL NEW ." :, '$388 2 for $300
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:!" iences, good neighborhood Gor- BESTONEMM BUSINESS ",.'<."'-1.. ,:,. rALL.SHADES,_ ,' '-., ';- ARMY TWILLTROUSERS, ,
OWN AND .OPERATE YOUR '
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don Williams Store, phone HU ._' ? : ,: .,- ,,'" PULLOVEIIS
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NATIONALLY ADVERTISED ',.i .. GO w= WITH .<. TO MATCH r
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PRODUCTS AVAILABLE INVEST FALL -

,j!.,' FOR RENT house: Furnished trailer.15.00?: .1 vo.. bedroom per MADISON COUNTY. PROFITS UP ... .. .., :",;. .ANY OUTFIT' .. S"' 9 8 Khaki or Grey $3.49 Value
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HU 3-2579 LEON SVIFT.3t"Pd MR. RUFUS HODGE BOX 11, { Fewest Fall Colors ... *-- ..- ; it'Jl 2 prs/ $500' S
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r' and Saturday work, ARTCRAFT, Sizes :;1.tL98
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Mrs John WayneBuddy< ) Bur CAFUi ': ,t : < $598 .... $1295
a '' Howerton Supply Co. nett, the former :Miss Linda Kay kiTS,, ; : r:1 : J'-.t:: : ,

.J : I': Stutts s of Pinetta, a bride of. July :. Mulberry- ,', : ,plus,,,: Black'.. Calf' \.and.,- .. _

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k i.. ;?;. Mrs JV Eakins ,during tional- Building; of the First Baptist I .$1j 7 8. to $598'\ --4.-- Sizes 22'30
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her illness and passing. We especial- Mrs Dora -

t I ly-want to thank those who" sent andlrs Thurston .Raines ', ;" $698 : 95' $695
o'$1 $298
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PRIMM GIVES RUNDOWN Refreshments were .a three tiered IDILOTS "Cinderella". Land"9 lib.,WJJ: CSS Trousers ,
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"' y ; Coach Mack Primm 'of the ladii. -I and punch was poured by Mfs Wayne' Regular s-t.98 ',- : .

l 1i .son High School, along with'.Assistant Burnett, mother of the., Ijrldegfopm. 98' 'in SL'ms ,nd R gutars.iL "
:.. : Coaches Homer Shellnut and Pouring coffee was Mrs," %\V CCopeland ; $ 98 : "
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J' .:. .' Jimmy Stanley promised, give 1 twenty guests enjoyed the s, s
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I > Rotarian present: Gues s'in. -- -Clifford Arnold Newton, and Shirts

,'I': eluded Ed Merritt of Atlanta and baby daughter of Pensacola are; $149S ,$1695 f! tg ,:S7: Sport

1 : .r/: < : :. Prjncipal J. Simon of the local, 'high guests of her parents Mr_ and Mrs New Styles

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birthday. Mrs Connor and Mrs C been in Daytona Beach this week. Jtt s1a1.s38

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; And friends suppress their grief with solemn frown .

: .oJ ,r.. I wish they knew that Death is not unkind ',. <; .
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",'N. -:- The- summons came and found me unprepared. "- .... .

But Death not I arranged the rendezvous !
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:rxtraj: -3 :Tl"I.H'f'o'P\nti:: s 1952 e orts coupe modes b g-Jphic.1IIy, ilu : :;.cd :f-... My spirit now is free to find its goal ..: :,".: '
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-; d FREE 1 Drink DR. PEPPER -- Portraiture -. : Small loss, my passing, if that inert clay .. .w -.'./ ':" i

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Escapes
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J I to be given away at I s st Impalement In -{.. ;' )'. :..' A cringing felon to its judgment bar ."

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SEPTEMBER 30 Freak AccidentRobert <"-:"' .... .
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jack Thacher of Indian And bids my soul. go winging on its-way *v :, ,
"Rock, Fla., nearly made his last -
R, "under the influence": drive Friday -j. ,.. ; : : { If-:

'I night, Sept. 8. At about ten o-'clock, ;:

I Trooper Charlie Kilpatrick reported : : ;;-'
Mrs A H Hemphill and family I Thacher, piloting a.' 1960
:1 had as guests last week end Rev Lark headed north on US 221 one
O'Xea McCulloueh of Miami. Miss mile south of Sirmans did the following -
Eva McCullough7abd Mrs Margaret : -

;J Adkinson of BartowT:: Miss Charlene Ran off the road on the left side i
z> Suit of Jacksonville? ; Miss Juanita and continued on and off the road -
t Pittman ""of Pcnsaobla and, Miss I IHelen" 347 feet,' striking the left end of a Juvenile Stake At Dance ClassesI : FREE r -
Mo'tt Bartow, who were -
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bridge railing then to the right of politicians(for the
t- enroute to attend: the funeral off side of the wooden bridge, hit the 'JCKC ani interested in organizing
Rev Hammond in Lako City. railing and knocked down. 71feetof 62 heats) and an occasional Tonight dance classes in Madi8on

_4 -x' it, falling upside down-in 6 to passport. BALLET TAP BALL REGISTER FOR
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I Miss Barbara Smith granddaugh-I 10. inches of water and mud. A 2 E-R PHOTO SERVICE Jefferson County ';' &Fli' 'a ----r-- ." -$ :"t

The third annual -
J ter of. Mrs E P Sanders, arrived I x 6-in rail from the bridge piercedthe Juvenile Stake-richest sing Anyone interested, please, :: Chair and Glider St '.

Saturday from her-home- in Great' grille and firewall of the car,' TO SPEAK ON CUBA race in the history of the Jefferson contact J ': > ; aftSEPTEMBER i ,-'

: Falls -Montana and went to. FSU bowled over the front seat; went' -{ County Kennel Club at Monticellowill MISS NANCY SPELLS: '"' _. to foe given away .' ".

t Sunday, where _-he' has enrolled asa completely through, the back scat Dr Carl Stewart of Miami for be run Friday: night as,the. 1810 Oak St. Valdo te/G|.j .a -
r and into t; trunk. Somewhere
Freshman in the' University. e thirty years a missionary to Cuba highlight of an Il-race program 3 t-ctt. t .
along the line Thacher had fallen i ion will speak on the Outan situationat which will start at 8:15 o'clock. 1 I:: "
I : ; his back the front seat and j I .t GARDEN
$ on the First Methodist church this The eight young star which CLUB. BOARD. NOTESAt
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"i SPBCIAL DISCOUNTS on several the 2x6 rammed over him pinning -i,Saturday night Sept. 16, at 8 o'clock qualify for the event will be competing : -; I I
=the'" line G-E appliances at i i the: Garden Club executive -- .
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again on Sunday morning at for a" purse of 1550.00,: a IIIIIlPI' njJ
/ Howerton Supply Co. patrick and Trooper Baker of Perry j i t the board meeting Wednesday morning. .
I ,_._ t 11:00 o'clock service.Newspaper trophy and a special blanket for
MrsOI, Q-.Thonpon of Greenville cut the car'open with an a. e andjsawed their owners. Manager Steve Andris II the' president Mrs J1 DuRant an- I ,'
_ $s. visMtng her'_ion.in-law and I the 2 x 6 in two and freed:;BUSINESSDIEI predicts the finest event for young flounced the October general meet 30 t ".
daughter,4r and 3trs; Fred Prosper him, Thacher leas ,hanging- head and'te - stars ,ever staged in north Flor da. I: ing will be held in Presbyterian j I fi -
J. Mrs the 'down, supp %ted by tha-2 x 6. ,; insured running -3!I I It 1.:
in Newark N Prosperi f Greyhounds which Fellowship hall. It will be a luncheon I
J former Ruby Thompson, was at one I Thacher's only injuries, diagnosed'locally j' advertising in the stake by posting first !!i meeting with the.Azttea circle in I DON'T SCRATCH THAT |TCH
\. time a nurse in the Madison: Count t at MCM hospital, 'were a' t round'wins were :Mandarin..' Sup' rj I II charge and the Camellia circle to IN JUST" 15 MINUTWSS
hospital. She is her mother chipped hipbone, minor lacerations, : and Mandarin Bill both owned yi: ':
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can help the Mrs Trussett
1 writes, in the last stages of cancer a torn pair of trousers and shorts 'I' you I Rushaway Kennels; Ponder. Pearl, j I halL 1-!the'i itch needs scratching, 48e
will
in|Glare .Moss hospital in. Newark, and skinned groin. I owned by Lawrence Mawn, andj iok j give program on Birds. !baek at any drug store.MENOT L'se. JI.i .
_ SIj.i'appreciates ajl the cards ?aHd : Sunday \yaV'reJeased: from the I'moneyas well as have 'Wire, owned by Hobby Hour Ranch. II III All members were; requested to i to deck eez ringworm -
prayersand sympathy of :.friends hospital posted bond on the. DWI Kennels. % plant sweet peas now to use jn' the insect bites, foot ktc 'other
_ y..t't. and loved: ones. -.?- I charge and;,left.town. The car.was II fun) in business. Point leaders at the end: of the May Day attendants' bouquets. I external itches. You feel it; take'
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:. Mr and Mrs A J Oaks of Tallahassee I by Kilpatrick to habeen, owned by Hobby Hour Ranch Ken the Spring was di edith I gone. 3TCH-ME-NOT is fi w to'apply.
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$pent last week end here :!aoout 5O ;mph .at" ,-the time fof .the' nels; Honey 0 Mine, owned bY;-PotLuck the expectation that a number will instant-drying. TOtMY, at.
S ,1 viaifing Mrs 0 0 Mickler, who its -acdden -,yr x I Kennels; Mike L, owned'by:: make the trip. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.. : advt.
convalescing) from recent surgery I special feature at the Presbyterian : Ernest Pettijohn, and Ochopee, The Flower Show school will be
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church owned by. H "Red" Highhouse. :
morning services the
'i, ter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Fred Mick- I" EVERY DOLLAR. from )rad-. i past Sunday was a solo, The Although he was ,crowded iri his held in Tallahassee. ,Sept.. 55-- 27. Gas Ranges
Ier; Json' inFEDERAL FIEST first test Mandarin Doug owned'byUshaway
Cdnrjty deposited _
I Stranger of Galilee, rendered by Mr L A Dickinson of Jacksonville, E-Z TERMSa
: SAVINGS & LOAN I Prof Clinton Harris director oCr the Kennels!! was expected": a former home town boy. is visiting ---s,..
qualify in the second round. This '
_ I .Wm.>> Repah; ''A OCL.1l0N }n.PERRY,. has MRS band. -K d -rRoSeT,Asbura', lbrptherMr !! .lI >:.
1'BEEN REINVESTED IN ner with, 12 victories but has fogtmd !
: BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. I R C Dickinson, .md family"ihMadison.
_MADISON COUNTY HOMES! Corn $1.10 ill Jasper jinx.winning No.' ,13 somewhat of a Battery & Tire.Co. 1

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Perry Pulliam PassesMrs --

PAYING, 1 : : Home Of The Jumbo HamburgerIS

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,," in Mutual Benefit at the Madison County Memorial -

Hospital following a brief ill .
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ArrangementThere ness. Mrs Pulliam was the daughterof -wXK o h : z ; I It
the late Mr & Mrs Wilbur Daven- ,
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$1.10 port ,and was a member of Hanson ;;

is good reason to believe it Methodist church, and a charter

would be difficult or i impossible member of Barbara Memorial Home of 1.

I..'''''.;. find a better value in concert entertainment Demonstration, Club. She" was highly" .. >",\
r.:::: than is being providedthis regarded by many relatives

year through the Madison Ar- friends who will miss her.

'': .- -Per Bushel for Corn tist Series and the Perry :Mutual She is survived by her husband
r. Concert Association. At no, additional and two sons Wilbur Pulliam of

t' cost, all members of each group Valdosta and ,J .W....Pulliam: ,Jr Qf

are entitled to attend the offeringsof the U S Air Force, three daughters: t

'. J A MITCHELL MILLING CO. .' both. With outstanding attract- Mrs Beulah Downing; of Pinetta, ; \

ions programmed in each series, Mrs Geneva' Harris, Madison and ._:#; "
:. 'SY 2-2051 JASPER, FLA. this two-for-one value is expectedto Mrs Mary Dryden, 'West; Hollywood .

,'. produce an unusually successful ; fifteen grandchildren two : ; ;:. ,

I season.. sisters. Mrs W-'C' Littleton, and ',_ ...,J..t I .

,. HANSON NEWSHanson The Madison series will be held Mrs Eva Strickland both of Madison :- .. ". '. "1
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; NEHIIOTTUNG CO. programs beginning at '8:15 P M. Davenport of Jacksonville and E J 1"

't H D Club met with Mrs The opening concert will be presented Davenport and John A Davenportboth 1. "', WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN S S

.'Grape Catherine Smith Monday afternoon. by the Lucktenberg Duo (Mon- of Miami; also a number, ofnieces

.. Officers 'were elected for the com- October 9) 'which will 'feature ,J _
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nephews.Funeral
Oranf* Fla. *, "**-****
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U 10 ing year. Mrs Bobbie Sue Collinswas of Lucktenbergon on Mayo Highway ,
., P>*r the playing George services were held Sunday '
Mrs.Eva Now'FEATURING in' addition' to tnT"alre8dy*famous
elected president, '
0 StrawberryRoot his custom-built, nine-foot harp- at 4 p m in Hanson. Methodist ,
0 Beer Smith, vice president and, Mrs E R sicord and the equally skillful performance church conducted' by Rev Howard regular Hamburger, the JUMBO BARBECUE HAM-
Carryl secretary treasurer.
:< PHONE FO 1-2775 LIVE OAK Mrs T H Meeks, devotional; Mrs S of his .wife, Jerrie Cadek Finkell pastor of.,the church: assisted BURGER at 60c and on MEDIUM BUN FOR 40c. -

: P Odom, reporter, Mrs W B Seals, I Lucktenberg, on her, Stradivarius by Rev Paul Touchton. Mrs? W J Enjoy the new taste sensation in town Our BARBECUE -

song leader, Mrs Eva Smith, Coun- violin dated 1718. Their program includes I Bennett pianist a 1d.a. quartet rendered HAMBURGER.\ Your Host, JOHN MERRITT.
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; ; OAKH1LLNEWS\ cil delegate with Mrs A M Leslie as selections which .featurebe I music and a solo 'W1lS.ltg 1 1I

alternate, Mrs Catherine Smith,I instruments separately and in com- I I by Mr John Davenport of Perry. DEATH OF MRS EAKINS -
?t I family life, Mrs Philip Smith, home bination. 'terment followed in Hanson In-1.

: Revival services closed at Pinetta improvement, Mrs W J Bennett, The Windson_ 'Singers (Monday, tery with the T J"Beggs Jr Funeral: Drink DR. PEPPER

:. First Baptist church after a week clothing, Mrs E T Gibson, food, Mrs November 6)) are a trio of highly Home in charge of arrangements.Active Mrs J W Eakins, age 60, passed

of messages by Rev J R Smith of E L Gurr safety and Mrs\ Lorene talented young artists with an pallbearers were nephews' away suddenly Sunday afternoon at
Keystone Heights. Highlights of the Newsome 4 H. Next meeting will her son's home in Sirmans. She ''I.
abundance of physical attractiveness. :Messrs Billy Littleton, Elbert I wasa .. CIRCUIT COURT
officers night, S
church Smith's home.
week were be at Mrs Philip "
The includes native of Madison County and
a soprano Darn
group Edwin Davenport, -
li1 S. and TU night, Youth Night and Rev E L Gurr is preaching in a Strickland,
: Fellowship night and Saturday with revival at Quitman this week. I.baritone, and mezzo-soprano who e Hudson Carroll Agner, A J I was ,the daughter of the late Mr Floyd Johnson vs Leona Johnson,
have won, individually, many of Joe Smith and Mrs Pope Blanton.. She was, a bonds of
supper in the church annex pre- Mr and Mrs B F ,Davis, Mr and Hudson, W C Pulliam, matrimony dissolved.
pared and served by Messrs Jess Mrs S P Odom and: 5 son Junior, the highest: honors available to Pulliam, Joe Dean Agner, Wilbur member of the Sirmans Baptist ,

; Revels, T C Morris, Clarence Mrs Lula Odom, Mr and Mrs Billy young singers in America.. A group Strickland and Fred Pulliam. church. She leaves many relativesand Mrs- D F Burnett and guest, Mrs

Buchanan and their committee mem- Littleton and, two children, Mike :which has been termed "probably Honorary pallbearers were Messrs friends who regret her passing. Harry B Neel, of Greensboro, N C,

;;. bers. A delicious menu.of. tried and Jenny and Mr and Mrs Wil- 'the finest vocal trio to tour in Jim Al Townsend, Carl Smith Lacy Survivors are her husband Mr J. Mrs T' C Coody and Misses Daisy

chicken, mashed potatoes, butter liam Collins attended a family reunion -I many years," they are highly! reminiscent Cason, B M Williams, Andrew W Eakins of Sirmans, two daugh and Sallie Neel of Thomasville spent

"., beans, tossed salad, hot rolls, banana at Mrs J B Phillips' home in I of the Bel Canto Trio, Gramling, C C Matheny, Will Ag- ters, Mrs Ronald Hudson, of Rt 1 the week end at Indian Rocks Beach
and iced tea served with Dr Lovett visitedin
was Burnett.
pudding They
Madison Sunday.Mr with which Mario Lanza obtained ner, R C Burnett, Dean Agner, Greenville and Mrs Thomas Batten,
at 6 p m. to a large group. Worship and Mrs Jim Newberry and St Petersburg. Sarasota, Clearwater -
Jesse and S P Odom. of Brooksville Fla and
his start some years ago.- Hughey ; three sons
services followed at 8 m. and Beach,
p. : three nom Charleston, s c Redington
boys
.Miss Caroline Woodard and Miss Vincent Lopez (Tuesday, Febru- H W and Lester, both of Rt 1
the week here ,with Mrs Ruby
Onita Buchanan and two friends of spent Littleton and family. ary 6)), well known entertainer :and 59* ITEMS SOLD. f Greenville and Dewey'of Lake Used Small FreezerEZ

Jacksonville spent the week end here DEATH OF MRS PULLIAM orchestra leader for the past thirty 59 items were sold at the land I Wales; fifteen grandchildren; two ,

... with their parents Mr and Mrs M Our community was saddenedover years, will serve as lecturer and certificate delinquent tax sale Mon- sisters Mrs Remmie Blanton and .TERMS :

C Woodard and Mr and Mrs G C the death of Mrs Mary Pulliam pianist in presenting the highlights day, all,to private parties, accord- Mrs Blanna English both of Rt 1 r

-: Buchanan.Mr Saturday morning. She leaves a host from a successful and extended ing to- Tax Collector: Pat Milliner. Greenville;_ and one brother. _H A MesserBattery .
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and Mrs H L Pennington Sr of relatives and friends to mourn career in-American popular music. This was twelve more than at last Blanton, Rt 3, Valdosta.

of Valdosta spent a short while her departure. The bereaved ones Personal experiences as well as year's sale. Funeral services were held Tues-
Sunday with her mother Mrs Lilla & Tire Co.
Y Crafton. !have our deepest sympathy. salient changes in the' world of day at 3 p m in Fellowship Primi,

4 Many from here r *y, attended the I' Mr and Mrs Jim:! Pulliam and popular entertainment will be Mrs Derby Ulloa and son, Derbyof tive Baptist church with, Rev Ira
,two children and Mrs :Pulliam'sparents I
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funeral of Mrs Walter Pulliam at covered. I Havana Cuba who have been Blair and Elder 0 T Blanton offici- Lamar Blanton George Hudson,
Mr and Mrs ,Rose returnedto I I Williams i time at ; Island Austin Clements, Tommy Tuten
Hanson. Methodist church Sunday' their home in Topeka Kansas Douglas Wednesday, spending some Jekyl ating. Interment followed in Fellow

afternoon. The family has our deep- Tuesday after a few days' stay I I March 21) has been hailed as the Ga, with Justo and Bobbie Ulloa, ship Cemetery with the T J BeggsJr and Ody English.

est sympathy. here, having been called here to most capable ,and versatile marim- were,guests of Rev and.Mrs Paul Funeral Home in charge of ar Honorary pallbearers: Messrs

Pears for the weight-watcher: attend the funeral of Mrs Mary bist to be found on today's concert Touchton this week. rangements. Finley Terrell, Calvin Blanton, '

Wash medium size pears, place in .:Pulliam. Others out of town at- stage. Equally at home with popularor The Ulloa boys will attend Georgia Serving as active pallbearerswere Willie Blanton Matthew English.

t pan add one half cup water. Bakeat tending the funeral were, Mr classical music, and with, an State College in Valdosta this year. Messrs Lawrence Holton, M P Tuten and W G Clements.
400 degrees for 30 minutes then
Thomas S. Davenport and'Mr and unusually appealing stage personality -
lower heat to 350 degrees and IN THE'cmcun.- COURT THIRD
Mrs Johnny Dryden of'Jackson- 'Mr Williams has been enthusi-
bake until done. For the weight JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND FOR
ville, Mr E J Davenport and Mr
received by radio tele-
watcher serve plain, orsprinkle astically MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA.IN .
and Mrs John Davenport of Miami
with non-nutritive sweetener, hot ,I vision, and concert audiences from CHANCERY CASE. NO. 162
or cold. For those lucky people who Mr and Mrs Wilbur Pulliam, Mr and I New York to Puerto Rico. Howard-Studstill and Agnes Stud-
Mrs Mona Steward and Mr and
don't have to worry about their Events scheduled by the Perry still, Plaintiffs, '-
Mrs Brinson Harris and family from
weight serve with cream and sugar. Mutual Concert Association will, be vs -, _
Daytona Beach, Mr and Mrs Joe
Thomas Scott and Bertha Scott, BUILDINGMATERIALS
Delicious either These freeze .
way. Smith Pulliam from Daytona held in the, recently completed Defendants., -
well also.
Beach, Mr and Mrs J D Dryden and Taylor County High School Auditorium -. NOTICE' ,

,- Dr and Mrs Royce V Jackson and boys of Hollywood, Rev and' Mrs beginning at 8:00 p m. The Notice is hereby; given pursuantto
children are on vacation at Daytona A. M. Sappington of Hawthorne and season's first concert in Perry will a final decree of foreclosure

Beach this week. Mr and Mrs Jim Newberry and be provided by the unusual com- dated August 29, 1961, and enteredin Preway Wall hef Electric -
children of Charleston, S C.Mr bination of strings and personality ,, Chancery Case No. 162 of the 150 0-0
Oven and Surface Unit .
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FOR ELECTRONIC... booked as the Daphne Hellman Circuit Court of the Third Judicial

and Mrs ,B ,J Randell of Trio (Monday, October 30)). Miss Circuit in and for Madison County, Plain stainless steel front
Clearwater were week end guestsof ,wherein Howard Studstill ,
Florida
Piano TuningCALL Hellman (harp) is, assisted by
Mr and Mrs James Hardee en- and Agnes Studstill: are plaintiffs, same as_ above, .but with ,
Parker Hill (guitar) and Jim Stutz ( : 5160 00
,, roTite'on a trip to the Carolina and Thomas Scott and Bertha glass frontDouble .
(bass). Each of these members _
mountains. Scott are .defendants, I will sell
W. T. RYCROFT -x- brings a genuinely impressive back- to the highest and best Sinks' -" -

:Mrs Bill ,Smith is doing well)) ground of accomplishment and bidder for cash at the West front Complete from 529.95
Phone: Cherry TAke 8389 or following surgery at the local hospital recognition to what promises to bea door of the Madison County Court .

Write: Rt. 3 Madison Fla. ,the past week. varied and thoroughly entertaining House in Madison, Madison County, Asbestos Siding ,

program. Florida, at 11:00 o'clock a. m. on t S14.I 00
Per
Gerson Yessin (Monday, February the 15th day of September, 1961, ,square

12)) is generally regarded as one of the following described property as No. '23 Awning
i set forth in said final decree, to- S16J 00
ii the truly great young concert -
wit: 5' Windows, 37 x 38 H in., ea.
of his generation. Mr Yes-
pianists 5.
Begin! at the Northwest corner of
sin's combination of brilliant tech- Section 18, Township 1 South. 4 x 8 x % Birch 95
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nique and sensitive interpretationhas Range 10 East, thence run South 77 Plywood, per sheet, L '

. ; ; I is.. j .t-,on t ac s oo .. won glowing reviews' from degrees and 30 minutes East ,
critics throughout the nation. 1030.8 feet to the point of be- Disappearing

- tArmy Foot Lockers Athletic Shorts The internationally famous: Don ginning, on the East rightofwayline Stairways, each -- 514 L 00
Metal Foot Lockers Cossack Chorus and*Dancers, con- of State Road _No. 53 and -

100% Wool -Blankets Laundry Bags ducted by Serge Jaroff ( Wednesday 728.3 feet Northerly along said 'U S G Ceiling.Tile,
line
Wool SoxAthletic right-of-way from a right-of-
March 28), are sufficientlywell
12x24
All Size Trunks way marker thence run at right plain 00
.1 Sox the S103
justify asSump-
known to
11 Steamer Lockers angles to the right-of-way line White per 1000,ft. .
B-4 Bags tion that they will be the outstanding No. 54 degrees 39 minutes East

Matched Luggage Large Trunks event of the combined series. 210, feet:, thence run South 35 de-

50% Wool Blankets, Small Trunks This program alone might easily grees 2L minutes East 105 ,feet, Also low prices on other merchandiseS
'. > + justify the price of a membership Whence run South 54 degrees 39
Paratrooper Boots Army Jackets which encourages participants to attend minutes West 210 feet to said right-
; Combat Boots Raincoats line thence North
; all seven of this >ear's outstanding of-way run 35

Sweat Shirts'. .u Dress Shoes concerts. degrees 21 minutes West 105 feet, H U fVl A IM
Z -.. along said right-of-way line to the
Shirts
tw. UndershirtsUnredeemed BUILDING SITE point of? beginning and being a partof i
the Northwest Quarter of k
f. pledges from our Pawn Shop, Northwest Quarter of Section 18. LL PRICES NET t CASH'4 ''
the
Frank Rykard has bought
5 1i ._ -S. ..Fine luggage at a fraction of original price five-acre building site in the Cherry Township 1 South. Range XO East
I and 14
containing acre more or less.
Lake formerly the McChesney
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area
Dated th's 30th day of .
AUgA.
r Southern Salage Co. home site. The sale was handled I D. 1961.SEAL .
through Broadus Willoughby, local ( )

realtor. DALE M LESLIE.; ,
i 111 S. Ashley (Army-Navy Store) Valdosta, Gat1L Clerk of the Circuit Court. '

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ANNUAL ,MEETING HI.TCHCOC'K'REFRI. .-,1/;:-+ It. ... .

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We wish to acknowledge with sincere 7 It There's real, "magic. :*' ..f"."
thanks and deep appreciation'the Madison, Florida + *.. '.
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OF- many kind ,deeds and expresSions of PHONE HU 3-6339 .. ... ..' ".4AdaptAPlan *, ..
S sympathy shown? us 'during'the; illness .. .. .. ....
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and death of our loved one no answer it
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*k n*" Theo Carlton Glass. May God ,bless HU 3-2560 ... .. :.. '
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THEO CARLTON GLASS, JR. 4 ,
_, TO MAKE LOANS ON GRASSY + .. It' .
0 MR and MRS FRED C GLASS SR ; 'r If' .
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4 ( wHEN: Saturday;September 16 1961 .%. .' MR and MRS LEWIS STEWART The tl S'' .... *. ::
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;-. iTIME:' Registration Begins 2:00 P. M. friends for their acts -of kindness, stems, etc, 'and.upland cotton whichis help,',- you ... "--
words of sympathy, and under- designated as wasty wilt be eligi- our. ::
((11 4:.:. _.;:;"." Business Meeting 3:30 P. M.fr ;. : standing shown us during the ill- ble for loans under the Commodity feed. y ;
'f.- ness and passing of John P King.: Credit Corporation's 1961 Cotton familyGulf ASK ABOUT XT TODAY'

.," COME EARLY ENJOY THE FELLOWSHIP. We deeply appreciate everythingdone Loan. Program; : ..,E.. .
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if;TSJ-'",. CHILDREN, OF JOHN P KING IN'3 REGULAR !MEALS, Iciiffe AwawAw .j(k ..

they're. delicious, friend. Founded, J911 Hom Office,Jacksonville. Florida */| \9 e.
t" IT'S YOUR CO-OP! Mrs R S Williams Jr treasurerof .
t. ,Florida Presbyterian Synodical ,
attended Synodical meeting in Ocala .

., Tri-County. Electric Cooperative, Inc. will.. hold. its this week* H' I

Twenty-Firsti; Annual Meeting on the Cooperative grounds IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR We'veGot
-tin Madison, Florida, September, 16, 1961. MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN .
,. CHANCERY CASE NO. 161 -. .
Howard -Studstill and Agnes Stud. .............:.... .... -' .
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a great number of valuable .,''''''
StelIaWalker, Defendant. :>
prizes will be given away. Along with the fun and eats NOTICE s:

1 (at 2:30 P. 'M.) the, annual business meeting"of members Notice'a final is decree hereby given of foreclosure pursuantto .

I will be held. This will include progress and financial reports dated August 29. 1961, and enteredin
Chancery Case No. 161 of the About the way Tfio
,.and the election of trustees from Districts 1, 2, and Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit in and for Madison ,County
4. Florida wherein Howard Studstill Valdosta Daily Times :
and Agnes 'Studstili .are plaintiffs, ,::z- g. >
and, Stella Walker is defendant, Circulation is growing .'
I \. Planting Schedule Drink I I .,will sell to the highest and best v j':..> \-
DR. PEPPER ,
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bidder for cash at the West front ,
door of the Madison County CourtHouse I I Because. ; ; -- : _
The Garden Club wishes to remind in Madison. Madison County ,
gardeners of the bulbs and Friends of Miss Mary Fortner of Florida at 11:00 o'clock a. m. on __
c seed to be planted the latter part Centerville, Tenn, who has been a the 15th day of ,September 1961,
of September or around the first winter visitor here with Rev and the following described property as We Get There Fustest a :- '
., of October. Annuals that can be Mrs Paul Touchton, will regret to set forth in said final decree, to- .
.sown are baby's breath Bells of know that she is suffering from a 'wit. : _.J '
-Ireland calendula, candy tuft, severe eye infection.x : The South Half of the following
cleome. English daisies, hollyhock I described property: With the Mosiest k I
nicotiana California and shirley Begin at the Northwest corner of
Bob Lay, president of the Madison '
poppies phlox pinks scabiosa Section 18, 1 South
petunia Township .
snapdragon, stock verbena ternational Lions Club Ferd Naughton, In- Range 10 East, thence run South 77 Mere news of interest to YOU, about ':.;_' f
Councillor, and L C rz
and sweet peas. degrees and 30 minutes East :
f Iris bulbs of the beardless group Bruner. secretary, attended the Lions 1030.8. feet'to the' point of be- the area YOU are interested tr $? -
meeting held at the Cherokee hotelin Jf
t include dutch Japanese Siberian, Tallahassee Sunday. ginning, on the East rightofwayline and the folks YOU know. : J
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should be chilled for several weeks ber. right-of-way line :from a rightofway -
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marker thence run at right international news coverage, i > .
angles to the right-of-way line
1 North 54 degrees 39 minutes East sports of this section andadvertising 1 .
210' feet thence run South 35 degrees ,
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21 minutes East 210 feet .by the merchants. .- ,> . J 4
thence run South 54 degrees 39 .. '
,.'- J minutes West 210 feet to said right- YOU trade with. : !"
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this 30th day of August 1961 .
'I. f Whole house air conditioning DALE M LESLIE. 1 For daily delivery of -

Clerk of the Circuit Court. The Times contact Mrs Pauline 'r
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Marriage Sunday c' ,, -
i Ellen Pride, speeding, $20 fine. church held the closing meeting 6f,, ;:
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Robert Hicks' public drunkenness: the year Monday' afternoon in Fellowship -1 j I. '.'

$25 fine. '. red light, hall when good reports of Miss Patricia Ann Ezell and William ,.UI' .n "" ;'t.HJfJJJfJI.JJ. ::-. ..
.. Allen Frodshem, running Auley Rqwell were married (}
the year's work were given by -the 0
.$5 fine. Sunday afternoon at Lee w'
the Baptist J.ft
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Martha license, '$25 bond-, estreated... Henry Ragans reported total Church with Rev R B Keyes, T.MftTR E" ,: :. ..j il- :

drunkenness, $25 bond amount deposited for the was Gainesville, brother-in-law o"fthe bra .
A C Akins, year Th. of enifetmeAlAbralhatgJvejyouatrulyfwnlfllnVlvOX.i. ,
bride, officiating. Rev I T Carter '
estreated. over $2000, most of which was disbursed \ '

Hewlette A Gordon, speeding, $20 for benevolent causes of the offered the wedding prayer. J \ 1 .
The'' ,bride is the of Mr .. ,' ;w
bond estreated. : daughter <
of ,
various departments the Southern th.gentft swill of boioni &CY* ::
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Edwards runninglight red W' : :
Tommie J ,and Mrs B 'Ezell, ;Lee. The .u
$15 bond estre ted. k ? Presbyterian ,church and to bride8'r'' m's' parents:are Mr and .:. appeallngV In bare Mck dratL, t._ # ,..
local work. "Of the balance on hand
Charles H Hubbard., reckless driv- Mrs L H Rowell, Shady Grove; Under-wired with a covered "booster
$200 waS voted to help rebuild the
ing, $50 bond estreated. Vows were spoken before an 'arch pad of synthetic foam In the .
drunken- in the church.
.. Knowles, public organ
Mary$50 or sixty days Sentence Mrs W G Sheldon presented the covered with a. trace of greenery, bottom of each cup for extra :

ness suuspended upon promise, of defendant Bible lesson: from Luke 10 chapter flanked by' seven-branch: candelabras ,T fullness above the) nytaibra. -" :- '' .J .

to remain out of city of Mad- in. which ..she stressed love and service holding! _yellowtapers. A standard i. -. Wide set tilt sfeip e. v 4 4- 'ft N "1.
bon for period of four months. of yellow gladioli, .light bronze .
to JeSUS:
hold you secure In.pta i. In -
Johnnie Lee Williams, reckless pom-poms, and golden bronze mums
Mrs T L Fraleigh was given a .. -
4 driving, $25 fine. Sentence, sus stood at the altar. Potted palms txqulsite Alencon lace, lined with -
vote of thanks for her fine
rising
behavior. work as president. Mrs Donald 'formed the background.); 3= .A: ,J f .-rqutsttttwttJ.1 ftubto> fold! pf::: .:-
,' A .of'l nuptial music waspresented .face -
program rnarquUetta underlies.tcalio: : -
public drunkenness Loper the new.[ presiden took the .
Samuel Blackshear, i.
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TJg-.Mrs'Xnez Smith. : ;t .
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Black pink
at bra for added security. over
$25 fine. chair read as Her theme" lor the top '
Mr and Mrs Frank Bennett
1st.
*' Arnold Lee Jackson, public drunkenneSs year the 22nd verse of the first white over pink;white:over white.
sister and brother-in-law of the
$25 bond estreated. chapter of James. The new chair- Bra style 1245-A, B,'C'32.36. '$5.95
Henderson, driving while in- bride, sang Overshadowed and /
Cody ,
men called. the roll of. their circle ;
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Lonnie Leo Pickles. ,' $25., bond Mrs.J M DuRant were elected delegates -'.'I Given. in,, marriage by her!V,father, rF ; ; t;. .', ; :>1.- I"l' c
est reatcl. the bride wore ,a formal gownn of /;." .. ... r,' ,. =
to attend the of y
Cleve Manor Jr, public drunkenness meeting tulle and lace over, bridal taffeta. -

.Richard, $25 fine.F Day, 'speeding, '$25 Florida next, month.Presbyterial Mrs T C in:Merchant Pensacola Jr The scalloped bouffant lace skirt over was layers, banded of tulle in .*: V ... ,. Ik Family Store .:.;. .. .-. ._ .... r d .

and Mrs Kirby Reichmann, are to bIADISON. : ,-t "'!' ; -.< r.. '..
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fine.Evelina ;: :; A : -
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Robinson, disorderly conduct attend as Presbyterial officers, and ft i ..
the bodice. Her fingertip veil of .
$25 fine. Sentence suspendedfor will also act as alternate delegates.Rev ; "
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Simp Johnson, public drunken new officers and told them as crown of seed pearls and sequins.She Reception FREEREGISTER IThe I-

ness, $25 bond estreated., carried colonial bouquet of
with ,'Christ to trust and
Walker partners feathered white carnations with and Mrs Beggs
Bailey speeding, $25 bond Board of County Commission
launch
to
out attempt great things FOR
estreated.Ed leaves centered
pearl with white ers of Madison
County, Florida, will
for God, and to be a great force
Dees, drunkenness, $25 bond orchids showered with picot satin.
One of the lovltest parties of the Chair ; have a public hearing on the follow-
estreated. good. Miss Teresa Ann Keyes, niece of year was the reception Tuesday and Glider Set .-. ". :ing proposed Supplemental General 1

Officers for the' new: year are the bride, was maid of honor. She evening given by Mr and Mrs T. J' to l b e' given away 'at' (Arthropod Control) FundsBudget j

__ LAND DEALS president, Mrs Donald. Loper; vice wore a street length dress of gold Beggs Jr complimenting their
.. president, Mrs Charles Knox; secre- taffeta with scoop neckline. The and his bride- Mr and Mrs Thomas ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS ;

Eunice Priest Clark tary, Mrs Dan Griffin, treasurer; fitted bodice featured a wraparound John Beggs HI, whose marriage was ,,174:: City of !Madison $650.00 ,
as trustee '
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and individually, ,to Kermit 'R Home Mrs Henry Ragans; historian, Mrs sash of gold and bronze, an event of August 17th in Atlanta. 174. City of OreenvUle 550.00 \

and_ wife Lot"' 34,' Lakeside Terrace. Graham Wheeler; chairmen of with a large bow in the back. She The affair' was held in the gardenat the 121. State of Florida 1400.00 1
where
home,
the 'Beggs
a Jake causes are spiritual growth, ,Mrs W carried semi-crescent bouquet of
Milligan and wife to A L a colorful lIghting' amid plants arid Total, Estimated Receipts $2600.00 t
G Sheldon Christian education,
Driggers Jr: and wife, S% of Lots ; feathered bronze mums tied with shrubbery .formed a beautiful setting !Balances, to be brought (

17 and 18, Inglis Addn, Town of Mrs Dan McCown; stewardship, copper satin. Bridesmaids were for the hundreds of guests who SEPTEMBER 30 I forward, Cash ,_ 200.00

Madison. Mrs T L Fraleigh; church extension Miss Helen Kinard, Miss Bonnie called during the evening.The .4 \,

Walter C Selph and wife to Ear- Mrs T C Gibson; world missions Bell and Miss Sarah jNell Rowell, artistic varicolored effects I'Tqtal Estimated Receipts 1

nest McCulley, forty ,acres in Sec Mrs Walter Harris. white sister of, the groom. Thy wore were created by Mrs Emaline Car- ENTERTAINS CLUB and. Balances -/:- ,. ?'*._.. $2800.00 i

16, Tp 2 S, R 10 E. cross, Mrs John Dovjak; Mission identical street length dresses of penter and Mr Sid Soule of .1 the ESTIMATED: EXPENSES I IAc'
Haven Mrs L C Thompson an- Florida Power Corp. No. 675 Mosquito
; ; bronze taffeta with sashes of gold ,
Burch Cornelius and wife to Mrs Dale Leslie entertained her Control -1__
Receiving with Mr and Mrs Begg; $2800.00
and relief Reich '
Beasley Cole and wife, Lot 199, nuities mann general fund, Mrs agencies Kirby Mrs and bronze, fashioned after the de- and the honor guests were Mr and bridge club Tuesday, at a I Iqyely II. DALE M. LESLIE,

Blk 30 Town of Madison. ; sign of the honorattendant's.. Their Mrs E F Merritt of Atlanta, parentsthe buffet luncheon in celebration of Clerk. ,Board of County Commissioners -
Julian Gibson Columbia friendship -
Wilma M McReynolds to J D ; oouquets were semi-crescents of bride. the birthdays of two members, MrsJ Madison County, Florida.
McReynolds, Lot 23, Edgewood SID. circle,,- Mrs George Gandy. feathered gold mums tied with gold Tables on the lawn were covered M DuRant and Mrs T F Livings : 3-2t-ch
Chairmen of the afternoon circlesare satin. :Matching headbands of bronze cloths and centered ton.
Certificate of sale'of mortgaged with white linen
Mrs Julian DuRant, Mrs T C net entwined with autumn leaves bowls embedded in A two-course menu was .served Mr and Mrs W B Ezell had as
property, 100 ft x 100 ft in NEtt'of with punch
Merchant Jr and Mrs Jack Wade, were worn by the maid of honor of and michaelmas with the birthday cake,and ices for I guests their children, :Mrs Bernie
'SE%, Sec 20, Tp 1 N, R 7 E, garlands ivy
to Dixie Acceptance Corporation chairman of business circle Mrs R and attendants. daisies. A variety of sandwiches, dessert., The honorees .were- pre- i Ezell, and children Beverly Roger,

A Jones; chairman of Girl's circle, Buck Wellhausen was best man. cookies and mints were served with sented with lovely gifts. and Phyllis of Gainesville; Rev and
plaintiff.F Bridge prizes at the conclusion
Mrs J D Scruggs 'Jr, both of which Ushers were Ronnie Ezell, brotherof punch. Mrs R B, Keyes and children Teresa
C Glass and wife Jo Aaron Williams of play were awarded to Mrs' T L
meet at night. the bride Russell Tedder, and Mrs H C Merryday greeted?guests Ann, Susan, Timothy, and Jonathan -
Fraleigh for high Mrs F' E
three acres in SEA of NE entrance and assist- score
Maurice Steen. at the garden Gainesville; Mr and Mrs Stanley -
%, Sec 1Tp1 N, R 10 E. were Mr and Naughton'second high and Mrs B
entertaining
FORESTRY EMPLOYEES TAKE'FI Mrs Ezell chose for her daugh- ing in N" Gross low. Baxley, and Wayne and Bonnie,
R J Woodward and wife and W T Beggs, Sen and Mrs
RST AID COURSE ter's wedding a dress of mixed Mrs Carl Karstedt, Mrs 0 R Hamrick was a visitor, Cocoa; Mr and Mrs Simon Kinsey,
Jesse L Revels and. wife to Nels Vernal Webb reportedthis Turner Davis, Mrs
Forester autumn colors. She wore a, corsageof Helen Karstedt MrsF playing with the members Jr, Bobby, Candy, Abe, and William
Mary' ,
Falk and wife, LQt 12, Pin tta week that all Forestry employees Miss -

Heights. at .' in'the county have completed pale blue carnations. E Naughton, Miss Mary Carol ,.,.... ..... Madison; Mr and Mrs Frank Bennett -
the standard First Aid Mrs Rowell was dressed in''a Naughton, "TOrs* 'W' S Cooper, Joan,. Barbara, Wallace Berry

t Used T-V Course and now have uptodateFirst turquoise sheath. Her corsage was Mrs W S Cooper Jr, Miss We Have. a Full Line of and John Mark, Live Oak; ,Mr and

Aid cards. Instruction was made, of grgse pink carnations. Jackie Cooper, Mrs E M May, Mrs Shelby Ezell and Karen, St

E-Z TERMS given in Monticello by Mallory After thf ceremony, the couple Miss Cissy May, Mrs T F Livingston Dwoskin Petersburg; and Mr Ronnie Ezell,

1 Sutton, Jefferson County. Ranger, greeted their guests at a receptionin Miss Judy Livingston, Mrs J G .St Petersburg. They came to attend

MesserafteryTeCo. and Frank Jackson Florida Forest the educational building of the Ashley, Mrs C S Blalock, Mrs the wedding of their sister, Miss .

Service Investigator, of Tallahass& church. Mrs Marie Webb kept the Henry Messer, Mrs R H Rowe, Mrs .... II.Patricia :EzelL .

b'ride's'book.. Serving punch was R C Dickinson. and Mrs T- C Merchant -

Corn $1.10 in JasperWhat's Mrs Stanley Baxley. Phyllis Ezell, ., I Mrs A H Hemphill visited her
attending were
Candy Kinsey, and Bonnie Baxley Out-of-town guests TALBOTT PAINT & husband Mr Hemphill at Bay Pines
Dr and Mrs W E Winter of Qc l.soninlaw' ; '
-- served mints Mrs Simon Kinsey, and daughter of the \ WALLPAPERCastle, hospital Labor day weekend. Mr

I Your ciuiiX Jr cut the wedding cake.' Hostesses hosts, Mr L A Dickinson of Jack- ParkVALDOSTA I Hemphill's' daughter Mrs Margaret

: S were Mrs R B Keyes, Mrs Shelby sonville, Mr and .Mrs Bob Wilkins, GA. .I Baldwin. of Washington D C also

Ezell Miss Susan Lyle Miss Susan Monticello, Mr James Bloodworth, visited him.

Ii Keyes, Miss' Beverly Ezell Miss I Perry.
\ Carolyn Williams, and Miss Hazel' The bride chose for this occasiona .' .', ;

,.it .. Webb. light green sleeveless, lace A NewService
trimmed, voile dress and wore a
t red brocade
,Mrs Rowell wore a
tl of white carnations.!
l sheath with black accessories as the corsage orFriends

5 couple left on a -wedding trip to

the North Carolina mountains. Luncheon ForBrideelect Our ": '
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Teresa Ann. Susan, Timothy and Beginning SErTEMBEIC-.r--,.. :...., ..
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_ Jonathan Keyes, Mrs Charles Ezell :Miss Jean Ragans, bride-elect o t 9 a. m. until 7 pi: .!.'

,.l.. .. :. Beverly, Roger. and Phyllis Ezell, October was the inspiration for a'' every Friday. This wi1'''" "" ,;

: of Gainesville, Mr and Mrs Tom lovely luncheon Saturday given by make saving with us h:, ';;...
1 Sheldon, Mr and Mrs Shelby Ezell Mrs Richard Baker, Mrs George even easier for many of. .,; .- ',.

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and Miss Susan Lyle, St Petersburg the Baker home. "':>' 10** .
Mrs Woodrow Kleckner, Blue hydrangea yellow zinnias f # "
; Additionally will .be.'open on Thursdays from' 9_a.'m.
c and Mrs Florence Ezell. Ft Pierce; and marigolds were attractively arranged -; *

and Mr and Mrs Stanley Baxley, in the livingroom. The until. 1 p. m. (an extra hourfor your convenience;) ,- ''1

luncheon table covered with an a**' **". .
Wayne 'and Bonnie Baxley, enroute 'I ; ,, ;
t. embroidered linen cloth emphasized -
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from Dallas Texas to Cocoa Flori. the wedding theme with -a .5" -
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.r EYE-CUE? I da. central decoration of white mums' ], In keeping i1h.ih 'modern trend of

encircling a tride doll 'I financial institutions, we will be
Mrs J G Ashley left Thursdayfor The bride-elect's place was designated ''
:Sometimes -tHe difference between an honor student. and Spartanturg S C, ,to meet and with a corsage of pink car { CLOSED ALL DAY ON SATURDAYS l

'a .poor* student is a visual problem. Before' your child accompany home her mother, Mrs nations. a gift from the hostesses.A .7. .

goes back to school, give him the benefit of a thorougheye A E Fraleigh, from a stay in Asheville delicious luncheon was servedto ; ... '. :/
examination. We will fill your prescription with N C. and a visit with Mr and twenty-one guests. '
For friendly .
appreciative service .
the finest frames and lenses-correct and smartly styled. Mrs'R Z Cates in Spartanburg, :Mrs Gamy and Mrs Baker presented see Eos
She was accompanied by :Miss Ella the honoree with silver and : fl'';

E. NO APPOINTMENT 'NEEDED $ EASY: CREDIT Armstrong, who visited relatives in Mrs Gibson's gift was china, in her 'VaId Federal Savings & : .

,}' .' Greenville, S C. chosen patterns, ; ""

I W. JL Henry Jeweler .' .. __J_ .-} ," r... Loan Association / .Vey t t .
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I' ifiiI. f Next- to Smith-Walgreeh at i Cherry's parents and ,sister Rev ,

V VALDOSTA GA." aJ('=' .tA 1.t':<' BrJuJJecf1i c.. and Boyd Mrs of-Lake H L ':Butler Boyd and'andMrs Miss Sarah W 'B v ti: ',.: ; Each, tiny, enillyj! ,Insured to IIO,OOC :.' '

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'.'Bib!. Material11 Corinthian 2:12-13; POGJESS/ .
."K13" 14; 8", 16, 23; 12:18; Oalattaa
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i r Pas ers Heeded xii.. :}v is v,,,C,, ? .,}:'}N1 ;4swi.:}{ ,.: >f :... .. .!. ::.'v r.p r lPt.t 4'l i 3 s 1 fd'

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}iiiY ;.y i7,6'::'
,NO'OTHER religion but Chrfiianitj ;
r: }S rARoa>,u ytx. :# 'x: a''rS 'x:; .. .
has Fy. w r
anything like a f): ... '.
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pastor. They have monks priests, ..%44'{''f,}!. k
*holy men." religious beggars .'z.. : t: :. ,

preachers; but no pastors. When {;ti:'. sw} A.A.r 'Y. Y} w.Ar? +i::{{ ar l
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the Christian religion began there :
was no precedent for Nobody .'
pastors. -
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drew i k; xs '> ; 4$ g
I up a ::{ ; ; -1j
diagram of church :nSrs ::;::.+,war aikE .
J r91 c *f nl tlon and
i g put the pastor into tk'kiflra

r it. This particular E .
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< "office" (a very .
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dry word for it)
of the pastorate
grew Into existence -

I as the church t f .
(,. .grew%Certain men : a'p : rj I
*> "r. Foreman proved to be indispensable -

; ong.e. kind,of,thing. k- ... } : R /. .
thai*pastorsdo.. and so the pastor (

be-. long-lived J.nftRu.tfai -,- a a .
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*A4go6d pastor iska man first -
:You cfin't take. a misfit and make !

mpaftor ouf o( him. There Jj-t no ,
other occupation in the world like : : a 'I. .J. '
it, there Is no other that calls for : ;"
.o '"maxir different kinds-of;skills.1' ? ..";4? : c I'
"Wtf'ha ve'a picture In'the New F

Testament-you might say a 'set' -
of n p.shots'rather than a' full- .
length movie-of a )ooung man

developing a pastor: .namely: I
Titus, a close friend of Paul He a1 ? -
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traveled with Paul around the rim .'-. I
of Asia as a missionary; but he
was much more than an ordinary n
traveling companion. Paul was a_' ;

Jew and .Titus-a Greek yet'"''Paul : / J .. :< :
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was extremely/ d of him and ? : : : ,
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film ,
depended on no little. He

writes in one place that his mind !' r., ,. .. : .. ,,
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could have no rest because Titus : '
was not there. Titus was his second .. u. .\
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self; if Paul could not reach f 0
a church. 4e would send Titus in ; : \ :..
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his pl'ee.This 'was not merely "
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ll formal so that Paul would be ; ,-'" # '.- 4. ... r .., .-
."represented; Titus was sent '.::. .. 1' s ., .' r d.r {, ? ;
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into troublesome .; ..__ ,. : ;

and ticklish some situations pretty but always I: ii: >. 3:l' : :r r ir J 'MOSS. prodfucf on-:has. taughb :us-a new-. lmenslon Jn*--.' )L's ;' :--j ,

made good. He could ,operate ia f J .
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a team or on,his We .'! ;; ( -: '" ..r: three the machine : :1. r '
M own. see him --T ,1H CHURCH FOR ALL. cooperation. Now men operate same, ,: .
as 'a young man. (so young that '
""Paul callecfHIm imy child" )' ,with I :, ALL FOR THE CHURCH : around the clock. And as the whistle blows at the change of ; : :, : \
a firm character, with high Ideals; ,
a reliable, dependable man. a real ; : .' The Church is the, greatest factor on earth the shift one hand surrenders the lever to r other- -wliil e' t the" (

J i leader of men. Other things being ',1. .' ..,. for the building of character and good citizen ..

a equal, the better the man the bet ..... : ship. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. ...wheels. spinendlessly.. -. ,
ter pastor he will be.
Without Church neither
.. a strong democracy .

wetter with people nor civilization can survive. There are foursoundreasonswhyetierypersonshouldattend The same ready cooperation is becomingcharacteristic .of .,
Not all
friendly men make good .
i t pastors; but a good pastor must ":; services regularly and support the Church. the work of our churches. A Church School teacher moves to :: :

be a good friend, as he must be They are: ((1)) For his own sake. ((2)) For his X V .
:-a good man. He needs to be sympathetic .another There is another earnest Christian to take
with the of : V children's 1 sake. ((3)) Tor the sake of his comjnunity city. over;. : -
his
Y people and nation. ((4)) For the sake of the.k- i
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church
and community; but unlike her class. The term of an officer expires. are a '.,
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r -so many of our friends the pastor X" ,Church}itself,which needs his moral and material .. ,. .' : /

will never be quite satisfied withus. : support. Flan to g o to church regularlv qualified ready to serve if elected : :.:; ; .
men
For his high and difficult aim \ and read your Bible daily. "..,:.' t f I 5 ro:
I is to produce better Christians, to : : ..- "

-help every a Christian-one he if knows not one to become already ;: Dar Book. Cbapta Verses :.3:,: :.. Make willingness one of your virtues as you go to Church ': i.
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and to be a better Christian .5-.,-><-.t.i. % Sunday: NehemiahMonday 4 15:23' each Sunday Volunteer for one of the humble yet all-important "- .

.If the Christian life has already Psalms128 1--6 --- .. : ; ..... : ok '

Of begun.souls,He and is that a kind is a of harder gardener kind Tuesday Haggai 1 1--6 / tasks that keep the wheels_ of spiritual progress forever spinningCopyright / V : p. .

of garden to care for than orchids. Wednesday I Corinthians 3 : 1-9 .

Titus must have had tact, because .' I Corinthians 3'r 117.( J -" !
Paul used him often .. .Thursday : 1961 Keister Adr. Berne. Ine.,' Straibnrg:, Va. ,
so as a troubleshooter : .
he had sympathy with :;_":.:. Ii-t .. Fri ... .. .. ..... --_.. : >. ..;.... :
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-other Christians, we never hear :-: : Saturday I'Thessalonians .2' 8 13 .
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of his getting into church xb
fights '
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and identifies arguments.himself The in good his mind'srye pastor .... .... ) '. .. ,., .. ..1i:1!?;. ._ '' _.. _'".h #:..: .--:*<'.. ,::'"..)r_: _:w.\-""_;;.... ._,. ._._. .._.Jlm_," ;v..' :?_",-w.. :"i! -- --, -- -.<,r. -

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had officers and leaders from the ., _." .:' "t' '
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leaders. In Louisville. Kentucky ,, ) MADISON, FLORIDA f f" f. I

there many is years a congregation: had as its which pastor for a :J ; MESSER BATTERY & TIRE C0V I'" THE ENTERPRISE RECORDERi1\: ;:' +, : R I

bank president, who declined to ., I

take gation.any But salary however from his.it.,congre done 1.< MADISON, FLORIDA. .Your Friendly' Home- paper. $3.7S year, or lOc a Copy *f:;;;.'.,-:; ... ... ',}-f..'" .,; II

such a leader is always needed. ,. /, from the Boys .- -#.".- 0 I
There aren't nearly enough. '1-l WESTERN AUTO STOREV "n!) 'i ,
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render to the world is to produce J. SALE, JR. Owner ; 'DUNN FURNITURE CO. :. <' y I
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f young men who will volunteer for '.:ti <:..- :;, PHONEJ 3-2385, MADISON, FLORIDA '+ ::>. _._ ... .. :

the Christian ministry, especially ." ...; .:J' !j PHONE HU 3-2340, MADISON, FLORIDA :'c '1J ;- :,< 'R ;:'
as pastors. But how is this done? .
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a hint Paul took this young man .' ", "" -''''' _' '' QUALITY CLEANERS .; 'L- ,f' .. :: <
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speak and the into church.the service Its: is quite of Christ.true. .'..: : _it!' 1. ;. ':When your clothes are not becoming to you they should 1*-":-'f"*: ;: .. .. ''' :
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Truck & Trarfor Cb.rH /becoming to us Phone HU 3-2355 : M-> : _
Christians that only .? '
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the Holy Spirit can call a man to '

the ministry. But God's call often .,, } ... : PHONE HU 3-2241, MADISON, FLORIDA |? J::.:. t : ; CANTEY MOTOR. : ;', 4".d. r. .. :
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MATERIAL Location Madison became the bride of
e Cypress St.YALDOSTA
Airman 2-c James Lloyd Edenfield x". personal.attention

Certain-Teed. Asphalt Shingles ......_..$ 5.95 son of Mr and Mrs Neal M Edenfield ing can help you make
15 Tear Warranty Per Sq. of Grand RIdge Fla, Sunday, Sept and best service
church. The well have X 9'
3 in Hopewell Baptist
4x8x14 AD Plywood ..r.. ..sheet $ 2.45 Rev W D DeShazo ,officiated at the money as as :;

R 4x8x% AD Plywood ..sheet $ 6.15 double Magnolia ring foliage ceremony.and ferns formed fan in business. :: available when you

Disappearing Attic Stairway ..............$14.95 the background for a large standardof r .

Outside White Paint ...............gal. $3.35High white balanced- gladioli by, mums candelabra and pompons hold- Call HU 36361TO V"f..r.:. drive into Arnie

Quality Mildew and Fume Resistant.
white lighted tapers.
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I Vz in. Celotex Sheathing.....per M $5S.00 I Mrs Albert Gentry pianist presented SPEAK ON CUBADr .. ; -: Medders American
Waterproof a program of wedding music r 4
-Carl Stewart of 1i l '\C' f
Miami for
Celotex Ceiling Tile ... .........per M $107.50 Including accompanied the traditional Miss Sallie marchesand Wilson thirty years a missionary to Cuba r'I x. Service Station in
4 12x12 or 12x24-Diamond White :: who sang Walk Hand In Hand will speak on the Ouban situationat ::

PAY CASH AND SAVE CALL'CH 2-3760 With Me. Whither ,Thou. .,Goest ,and the First' Methodist church this "
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The Lord's Prayer.; : Satui-d night Sept..:16,::at 8' o'clock Madison. ARNIE.
NELIO CHEMICALS Inc. LOVELY BRIDE and again on ''Sunday'morning 'at
r The bride was given in marriageby the 11OD o'clock service.
CYPRESS ST. VALDOSTA. GA. her father She was lovely in

5- her white wedding gown of nylon Try 'WHITE-TOP DRIVE. '

C lace 'over taffeta fashioned with IN'S -REGULAR..... MEALS- ,
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fitted bodice sweetheart neckline
ti: long sleeves ending in points at the they're .delicious, friend. vLlhir
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hand[ and bouffant ballerina! length
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I' STOCK CAR RACES ---- skirt. Her fingertip illusion veil was Corn $1 L1O in Jasperrosebuds
encrusted with
Sheridan, general partner attached to a crown
seed pearls. Her bouquet of white
1 AT THE
t doing business under name of Nat
carnations, fern and tulle tied with and miniature wedding
t tionwide Leasing Company, plaintiff -
1 satin ribbons was centered with an slippers and topped with a wreathof
i; THUNDERBOWL vs Franklin A Vickers,defendant orchid. *
flowers. It stood on a reflector:
Judgment against defendant for The bride's only attendant was her and was encircled with fern and net
SPEEDWAY'Every amount claimed together with costs aunt; Mrs Gussie Knight. She se- ruffles.' Crystal candelabra flanked'
State Road Department and Madison -
1 lected a nile green taffeta dress the cake. Cutting and serving cake
County, petitioners, vs G W adorned with net flowers. Her bou- were Misses Margaret Ann Walker

Saturday Night Lewis l et al, defendants. Petitioner quet was a Colonial nosegay of and Patsy Kelley Misses Loraine_ '
ordered to deposit an additional pink flowers and satin ribbon. Townsend and Gail...Kelley served;
$25 registry of the Court to reimburse The bridegroom's best man and punch and the bride's book was
Weather Permitting the Clerk. only attendant was his brother kept by Mrs Margaret J Kelley.

:> FIRST RACE 8:00 P. .M. Walter Fieleke and Cleta Fieleke,. Curtis M Edenfield.The After their wedding trip the couple
bride's mother was attired will make their home in Tampa
plaintiffs, vs Bassett Dairies, de-
I :Admission $1.50 in a soft 'blue summer frock worn where the bridegroom is station .
fendants. Motion of defendants for ARNIE
Children Under 12 50c with white accessories and her corsage Out-of-town guests attending wereMrs MEDDERS

Children Under 5 FREE summary judgment denied. was of pink carnations. C M Edenfield, Albany, Ga,
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Dozier Davis, desertion and unlawful The bridegroom's mother chose a Dorrice Edenfield, Tallahassee; La-
LOCATIONTurn [ withholding means of support Navy blue dress, white accessories Verne Edenfield, Grand Ridge; Mr
from minor child. Supervisor of and a pink carnation corsage.A and Mrs J B Tompkins, Waverly;
left 5 miles north of Valdosta probation having entered affidavit reception was held Immediately Mrs N G Pearson, Daytona Beach; American Service StationMADISON
I at Mineola, take right turn for of violation of probation order of following the ceremony on the Mr and Mrs M C Abremski, Tampa;
> 4 miles to the I probation' was set aside and defendant church lawn. The bride's table was Mr and Mrs J D Knight and daughter -
sentenced to state prison a covered with a lace cloth over a Donna, Grand Ridge; Mrs
ii iiI Xhimderbowl Speedway for two years.Adoption delicate shade of pink satin and Dorothy Kelley, Orlando; Mr and 'FLORIDA
.::1. of Baby Smith by was centered with the three-tiered Mrs Leon Strickland, Miss Irma -
I James David Bass and Gwendolyn wedding cake embossed in pink Lamb, Atlanta. -- .. .- - -
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Carlton Buford Tomley, plaintiff,
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Bonds of matrimony dissolved. j YOU GET.'keSCOJCpetSeMZeEI
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cot cause fcehmcs.restless night when and theM miserable dweomforU tired- Studstill. plaintiffs, vs Thomas

eome on with overexertion or stress and ,Scott and Bejrtha Scott,. defendants. ; ;; FEDERAL SAVINGS i .
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ease torment of nagging backache .' "'. ''; : .
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kidney tabes.Eajoy tk '"- : ,
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COBLES To You Weekly By
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Comnany ec !
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,!. C-' and BUILDING SUPPLIES :n6106 : .: !III.tit !oJ,. PERRY, FLA.NOTICE .

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.- read the Fisherman's Calendar of Madison County, Florida,

'h t...: .-' will accept bids on October 4,

-- : i to? 961, at 9:00 a. m., on the following:
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;t = : I \ ; ., COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR Re-roofing the Madison County f
"' ; ". '5, : \. \\lt Court House with 40 pound Follans-

r-, ; i }: ; FOR THE WEEK SEPTEMBER 17 THRU 24 : bee coated tin, seamless Terne roofing -
*> IF INTERESTED IN AN OWNER-COMPLETED one coat of aluminum paint, one
td!::: ; T".forbc" 1r"'wi.ear""BiteB",4 l layer of resin paper beneath roofIng -

HOME, SEE HOWARD STUDSTILL LUMBER COMPANY : : ; : ; -41. 4. remove the existing tile*: from

.._' I41.SUN MON FRI SAT SUN -" premises, replace or rear: gutters 1
'>:I' ; ,c I I 9.13Q.1 Jl.1 I 1
!--:- ': ; a17, 18, i 22 .23 24 i as needed.
ri.'Jo.t: : \ The Board reserves the right to
W NO MONEY DOWN. FINANCING ', ...., "' ;j 7:00 757 8:56 9:45, 1052 11:49 11:52 11:59 reject any and all bids.
c' .. PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM DALE M LESLIE, Clerk
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Cities Service Oil Company Repairs on all small gas PRESBYTERIAN. CIRCLES Misses Gayle HaHmilton, Emily

: Proceedings of County I!Gasoline .--- $ .2093 per gallon J motors. HOWERTON SUPPLYCO. r Burnett and Toni Jean Wells, who\ WITH PLEASURE
; .. .1183
Diesel Fuel per gallon
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and MeCulloch counselors at
I Briggs-Stratton Presbyterian Circle NQ 1 met camp in
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Hydraulic Oil .61 per gallon
New' Dinners
} Commissioners The ,Pure Oil Company: Sales and. Service.. Monday- morning in the church Hampshere this summer, left Regular
Chassis Lubricant ,116U. per pound lounge?; with Mrs George Gandy as for college this week. Miss Burnett

Diesel Motor Oil __ .49 per gallon j''BUSINESSMEN hostess.. Nine members were present and Miss Wells are attending FSU 75c and 95c
Sinclair Refining Company: - Mrs Gandy conducted the and Miss Hamilton is returning to i
Madison Florida
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.:;:0':-."' 1961 Motor Oil ____. ..48 per gallon business session_ when ,the, year's Wesleyan College. SERVED EVERY DAY
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September Gear Lubricant_ .1275 per poundMr Newspaper advertising work was concluded, and also gave
The Board of County Commissioners S R Sapp Mr Owen Taylor the on Christian Teaching..' Also Short Orders
of Madison County, Florida, met program Mrs Henry Ragans gave the
and Mr Leon Andrews asked the i make
I this day in regular session. The Board to straighten' and improve can help you Mrs'Kirby Reichmann presentedthe Bible lesson including the year's Yellow PineRestaurant

Chairman, Hon Elzie King, called the road from S-360 at Moseley concluding Bible lesson on the study of the book of Philippians and .

.... 'L the meeting to order. All members Hall to S-158. The 'Board agreedto .1 coney as well as have study' of Philippians.. Cold drinks _Mrs C C Armstrong presented the
were present. The meeting was look into the matter. were served.: program on Christian Teaching.
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J ---' opened with a prayer by Hon W G The Board appointed Mr Herman l''fun in business. Circle No 2 met at the home of Mrs Jack Wade presided over

: Rutherford.The Cherry and Mr S H Moore as co- Miss Ella Armstrong with': nine the business -meetlng.|when plans FOR ORDERS TO GO
Board had advertised for bids .
, directors of Civil Defense for Mad-
1 on new boiler installation for the ison County, ,Florida Call 'HU 3-6361 members including Mrs- Dan Mc- were made for the PYF supper. Phone HU 3-9101, :Madison
Court House. The following bids The Clerk was instructed to ad- Cown, attending. The hostess served iced drinks.

were received: vertise for bids on re-roofing the
Bruce Boydston, 544 W MadisonSt. Court House. '

Tallahassee, Fla. $3,365.00. The Board approved the proposed: S
Davis Mechanical Contractors, typical section for State ,Road -- liflhli' M.OREFRESH
Perry, Fla. 349800. S-146 Federal Aid roject No. S264 .j-

Charles M Prescott, DeFuniak (3). .
tl Springs, Fla. $3,500.00. The Board approved the Error. and .
r'I Leon Plumbing & Heating Co., Insolvency ,Roll for 1959. "

U 506 All Saints St, Tallahassee,- Fla. I There being no further Business, NUR E 0 OD S-PACEkT.! :

$3,410.00. i the meeting adjourned. : : ,
tj Williams Plumbing & Heating ELZIE KING, Chairman. _
I i Company, Box 2331, Valdosta, Ga.I I ATTEST:
I 291000. DALE M LESLIE, Clerk. 'r '<
H I Industrial Equipment Company, -
i Thomasville, Ga. $2,762.50. r .
\\1/,/I Upon the recommendation of Mr County CourtPaul f oI I
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-; Barrett, Daffin and Bishop, Tallahassee Junior Boland, petit larceny.
'\ Fla., 111 N Gadsden Street, Order of June 14th set aside and

the Board tentatively accepted the I defendant sentenced to fine of $150or *
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low bid submitted by Industrial four months. 0 ii'iCT

Equipment Company, Thomasville; Claude Alton King, driving while lO.O vU. r I *
Ga., subject to the proper contract
intoxicated, $100 or ,sixty days, and
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being executed and approved by Mr
Bishop. driver's license revoked for three tEFRiGIRATOR
months.
The Board had advertised for bidson

petroleum products for the fiscal Fred Frazier, drunkenness. ;. $25 0
year of 1961-62; The following bids or thirty days; .
0 s st
were received: ,Henry Fead, petit larceny. It has
Sinclair Refining Company: come to attentiin of Cour that r"'
Gasoline ........ .2094 per gallon money claimed stolen has been paidto BIG 11.6 CU. FT. i -'-
Diesel Fuel __ .1211 per gallon FRESH FOOD STORAGE "7
witness.
complaining $65 or
Motor Oil ____ 48. per gallon SPACE FOR LARGE FAMILIES
ninety days.Clarence
Diesel Motor Oil .62 per,gallon
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Chassis Lubricant .1175 per pound Wayne McDaniel, reck- .. .IDEAL FOR OWNERS ";

Gear Lubricant ....._1275 per pound less driving (willful and wanton)., OF FREEZERS! ;, .
Pure Oil Company: $25 or thirty days. .-
Gasoline .2149 per gallon Crawford Pridgeon, drunkenness,

Diesel Fuel __ .1257 per gallon $25 bond estreated. < ;.

t :Motor Oil .-..._... ..... .52 per gallon Marguerite Camp Stamm impro- .. -
Gear Oil ..........?. .1375 per pound per passing $25 or ten days. ,
Chassis Lubricant .1160 per pound Richard H Parkhurst, driving : : :; .
Diesel Motor Oil ........ .49 per gallon without license. Sentence withheldat ': \., '. : ';
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Gasoline .2096 -. .'. -
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Defendant ordered delivered to ..'' : : -
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: Chassis Lubricant .1250 per pound larceny of an automobile. Also, Big 2 cu. ft.* capacity full-width !

: ', :, .!'', Gear Oil ......,.._..,,, .1638 per pound canning concealed weapon. Sentence ;l;<1'. freezer has refrigerated shlffor ice 0 / .
Diesel Motor Oil _._ 52 per gallon withheld at request of Sheriffs :
__: trays side-hinged doorFullwidth .
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Gasoline .2093 delivered to Dade author; ::1:'- MODEL 7.1244S -
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Diesel Fuel .1183 per gallon ities. Defendants pistol ordered forfeited : : up ;
_',_ Diesel ,Iotor Oil .654 per gallon to Madison : 28-pounds. ideal! for frozen des ; :'

'".\...' : Motor Chassis: Oil Lubricant_-__.. _. .618.194 per per gallon pound Dale Touchton, County.exploding fireworks -- serts, meats, soft drinks $ 2 77c' ..:.


f ',"'', Hydraulic Gear Oil Oil_ _._ .1675.61 per pound Michael, sentence Waits withheld.exploding fireWorks i. ,. '. Two vegetable! drawers hold. 1/3 ONLY ),VEEKLYeacis : ;
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)f'Cittes- awarded as follows: Tony G Broxton, 'worthless check, ,......-..., ---. Deep door shelf takes core' of tall' ,'AFTER L!. :DOWN PAYMENT_ V
Service Oil $15 fine and make full restitutionof
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.' Company: :, -, :_ '- tattle preWiri "' --; NO PAYMENT WITH TRADE: ;,
I. -Gasoline '- $ .2093 per gallon check in amount of $85 or sixty 2. 1.. 9 tiFl+llt "aidard 9 PftWK_ v '" __d. _
Diesel Fuel ai83: gallon .
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s '" :Motor Oil >.._,.._., .618 per gallon days.USED .. ./ \ '. I 1- U- I I.: -
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'I 'f'- Gear Oil 1 .194.1675 per per pound pound ) WASHERS: 1 '<.- J' .'

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The store of 10,000 items-Westinghouse BEAUTY SALON "

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invite to visit our modern dry cleaning shop
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K ti 1 ON FAMOUS SINGER SLANT-0-MATXC hours to help] you with any problem.

'4 .. SEWING MACHINE .. ROYCE V. JACKSON.. M. D-_ '

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I : DUNNFURN1TURECO.Lowest ATTACHMENTS I Howard Bissland biologist for the i
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Prices in Madison John D Griffin area conservationist North Florida Fair!"
FOR SEPT. 8-30 ONLY, NO DOWN PAYMENT assisted the personnel of the
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DRINK & with the killing of rough fish ln.a OoL3l-Nov.4
Welcome To Madison
COMBINATION SINGER SEWING MACHINE AND two-acre pond on the Hickstown
...i Ranch of Elzie ){a"S. Mr Bissland -- --
CABINET WITH ATTACHMENTS'TS ONLY $79:50. --
A-? spread five percent rotenone at the -- -- '-

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$IUDENTS- # of water over the entire pond. Within Jacksonville visited her daughter
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Miss Linda Brinson returned tothe Please let us have your'ad apply 3 to 5 pounds per acre-foot weeks. There appears to be littltf
; & -- '. BOTTLING CO. I [ Barrett Scfrookof Nursing at copy for next week by TUESDAY (43,500 cubic feet) of water. Use or no danger in putting rotenone I*
_;:_ Augusta after a months visit Wither only fresh material. Mix the powderin water which is used for livestock
PERRY FLA. parents Mr and Mrs J'T'Brinat at 5:00 o'clock. Thanks. a tub with plenty of water. providing you follow directions. Tfaia
} .ot .:. son Pinetta..' Thoroughly mix the poison into-the poison seems to affect only cold.
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HUTTO-LORD WEDDINGIn terminating in a V in back, and A reception given by the bride's '
:' mHtItlff 1 lm ftr i. ,cap sleeves. The bouffant waltz- ]parents followed in the educational

, a seven o'clock ceremony Saturday length skirt featured tiers of rufflesat 1 building; of the church. The bride's -
evening in the First Baptist the back. Her matching headpiece 1 able; overlaid with. a lace cloth
THEATRE church Miss Helen Grace Hutto with circular veil was trimmed ]held the three-tiered beautifully
became the: bride of Gerald B Lord with pearls and:: sequins. She carried I embossed wedding cake the top tier
Saturday, September 16 of Live Oak. The bride is the a crescent of pink, carnations and :resting on columns Encircling the
DOUBLE FEATURE 'daughter satin ribbons., cake was a, net ruffle and topping
1You of Mr'and Mrs J C Hutto
THE BAREFOOT :MAILMAN i of :Madison and the bridegroom is LOVELY BRIDE it was a Bouquet of pompons.
Technicolor, starring Robert Cummings witb
candelabra lighted
the son of Mr and Mrs G B Lordof The bride, given in marriage by Crystal '
Terry Moore An entertaining candles completed the setting.
Live Oak. her father selected a gown of white
story about undeveloped 'southern Miss Glynh Yawn of Jacksonvilleand
Lighted tapers in candelabra :Chantilly lace over taffeta with a
Florida. When Florida wasn't Sandra of Lakelandand
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flanking a standard of white glad- !scalloped bateau neckline, long
fit forman or beast-it was just Linda
Miss Gail Harris poured
ioli and pompons formed the back- sleeves ending In points at the_wrists
right for Sylvanus. He braved and Miss Elizabeth Ratliff of
molded bodice closed at the punch
ground for the double ring cere- and
thieves alligators and the elementsto and .served the cake.
Live Oak cut
with buttons. The bouffant
mony performed by the Rev W T back tiny
get across his message to his
Miss Rosalind Hutchinson kept thebride's
lace skirt featurednet
Ligon. Pews for the family were floor-length
special girl.
marked by white satin bows. I and lace ruffles on the front book. .
THE BATTLE AT BLOODY Mrs Vernon Ragans, organist, and the fullness at the back terminated The bride traveled on her wedding
BEACH starring Audie Murphy played a program of wedding music! in a chapel train. Her finger- trip in a brown shantung sheath
aw TIME : one Yow so*.WORRYi yew Yow sort MONEY,too with brown. accessories.Mrs .
Gary Crosby, Dolores Michaels. and the traditional marches and accompanied tip illusion veil was held by a
policy ont premium; Ot t 14-woy protection -cOMideroblelaOMJl. Lord is a graduate of 'Madison -
Fighting furies of the Pacific who Miss Dale'c rp nter. Juliet bandeau of sequins and pearls.
became the undefeatables, blasting soloist who sang Because and The bridal bouquet of feathered carnations High. School and Mr Lord was
their to .. centered with white graduated from Live Oak High t
You 3 jway victory turning abulletriddled Wedding OPrayer I orchidswas
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.. *- can save ways island into a beachhead The 'brides only attendant was: posed on a white Bible. School and North Florida Junior
: of victory. Cartoon. her sister Mrs Charles Parrish of The mother of the bride chose a College in the class of 1961.

1 i! : with our. new l-plicy Sunday-Monday, September 17,18 honor.Jacksonville The bridegroom's'who was matron-W-best man blue a lace corsage sheath of, pink white carnations.accessoriesand The Jacksonville.couple will make their homein .

'' PARRISH Technicolor starring was Curtis Koon of Mayo. Ushers -The bridegroom's mother was attired -
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plan, ] .
--:. protection were, .Donald'Ray' Boatwright and in two-toned blue lace' over
'"" .,, Colbert Connie Stevens. The
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Buddy Vann, of Live Oak. light blue satin featuring a flared

It's convenient! Comprehensive K i Economical! Covert=:,_:'s three a handsome youthful young loves. man Tender and his in The matron-of-honor wore a hemline. Her accessories: were blue I ALSO REGULAR DINNERS
... gown of aqua silk organza over and her corsage was of flake. -car-I
:;= .fire, theft, liability and a J long list ofother hazards.CaUu ; =j.':: years but wise in experience he taffeta. with. round neckline in.front nations. r -S i AND STEAKS.
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108 West Pinckey St. Madison. Fla. JAZZ BOAT, starring Anthony SPECIA I
Newley Ann Aubrey. A. picture that "

Representing the Hartford Fire IniUfafl&.COfflWfty .. brings you comedy; action romance, 'ci!

rock-n-roll, juvenile and parent .
problems and melodrama with ex-'
252 W C Copeland. Jr vs Roy .
Docket Of The citing result .
Cruce., 19.60; Trial set for later


: Small Claims Court ,date.Campbell 253 W C 14.65 Copeland; Judgment, Jr vs by:Maggie De- Dexter THE, ,Technicolor PARSON Sonny Tufts,A."lD.THE starring, Marie Anthony Wind OUTLAW I TRUCK LOAD SALE: PRICES I!

-. fault. sor. The inspired story: of a .fighting -

267 W C Copeland, Jr vs Eddie 254 W C Copeland, Jr vs Mary faith. He" strapped on his guns J
again-to defend
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Davis, 24.86; Trial set for later Buggs, 13.65 Dismissed paid i n Cartoon. of God.


date.268 W C Copeland. Jr vs Ernest full.255, W C Copeland, Jr vs Sally Thursday-Friday, Sept. 21, 22 One Day Only-Friday Sept IS

Dees, 16.65; Judgment by Default. Bryant, 18.57; Dismissed vpaid in DOUBLE FEATURETO ,
269 W C Copeland, Jr vs B B full. I HELL AND BACK, Technicolor ,
starring Audie
Hampton, 15.32; Judgment by de 256 W C Copeland, Jr vs Pauline Charles Drake Murphy,
Susan
fault. Bolden, 26.44; Trial set for later true story of ,America's Kohner.most deco-The ; Sold Directly Off Truck-8 AM to 5PM- .
271 W C Copeland. Jr vs KG date. rated soldier. A stirringsalute to :f-- -: 1 J- -

Johnson, 12,47; Continued for.. 30 257 'W C Copeland, Jr vs Lemon the one who' traveled'the road 'To '

days. Jackson, 30.49; Trial set for later Hell and Back."' Check He .
270 W C ,Copeland, Jr-vs Dave date. .
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Harrell, 16.65; Judgment by Default starring Billy Hughes. -
258 W C Copeland, Jr vs R D William Foster. A '
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Birdwell, .35.06; Dismissed, paid in adventure of a boy and his dog anda .
272 Eason's vs Ollie Dell Murray: full. father who mad
an agreement
55.55; Dismissed, paid in full. Jr L W which was too hard .
259 W C Copeland vs to keep Car- CEILINGSt T
109 J B Davis vs Winifred Dixon, McLeod, 14.65: ; Dismissed paid in toon. -. @--I11-1-ong T-
30.04; Judgment by Default. fulL

3 J B Davis vs Herman Foster, 260 W C Copeland Jrvs Edward ,
23.12?. Judgment bv Default- Default.i Ballroom
-01 Norton 24.80; Judgment by Classes

...'... 53B Davis vs M B Clayton, 261 W C Copeland,."Ur vs Samuel :.j iffW* l1-f;; !. ; { :: i"s: : f f( ?:F. .!> i ...;:. :
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Richert, 16.65; Trial set Age-Adults. :V'I: : l' 7: ';;:': ; : ;" 4'O-\ :, "' :; :; '1'-&
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19.26; Trial Set for later .date. date.262 W C Copeland, Jr vs G E : .-

Browning. 180 J, B 53.35 Davis; Dismissed.vs Woodrow date.Rodger,' 15.65; ,Trial set ,for later 10 in Weeks"Course ballroom dancing ItJI'' i IW ; 11"1 -; ;


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106.06 182;W Trial C Copeland set for ,later Jr vs date.Marie, Dunsiford date. 26.36; Trial set for later Marion Converse Bright r f t ({it: if t1i !H0/j ;'? ii \(0tJit\( ; "

Blue 26.50; Judgment by Default. ;
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195 W C Copeland, JT vs Ben' '264 W C Copeland, Jr vs_Robert For. Registration : :' Sikv Cw. ioiyrne ,.TezIlJndCuMkJlIkJM. l&attic CuMoatone '- i

Braswell. 17.86 Judgment by De- Brown 17.56; Judgment by Default r I -, .__ <. ':
Phone} CH 40256 1 .' .. .. "
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175 Dunn Furniture Co vs James 15.65; Judgment by Default : :r ':- -"J,-.
Collins, '47.48; Judgment by Default. vyvr: .11111111 *y.zv; J .
C Copeland, Jr vs J R Valdosta Ga.
266 W : "'
223 Dunn Furniture vs. Raliegh .--
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dleen. 30.35; Judgment by Default Willis ; ., W'
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he other snakes. since the Allen "I,

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;J25. or thirty days.
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>r thirty days.
Frank Ingram driving without li- .

'. ; Visit These Friendly Stores: : ense Franklin, $25 or Elvoyne thirty Thomas days. failure.- Prices As 1/2c, ,! } .Peri:

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'FOR RENT: two furnished apartments The- Reliable Cleaners will be u .k
w. B. Davis, Jr. ,-- ; one 2-bedroom upstairs MADISON, FLA.a changing' Management thirty day? xooLBACK

I, and one i-b'edroom downstairs. from, the date of this publication.

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: ADULTS ONLY. MRS E F DICKINSON AU clothes will be sold after then.

.ACREAGE FARMS HU 32396. 1-tf-ch PROTECTIVE SARAH' J BROWN' Manager.
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL t l4tpdSHEALIVERMORE
FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished I
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL
; ; apartment. Private bath, shower FASHION
APPRAISALS
and entrance. MRS M L WALKER MARRIAGE. .
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE 1N GREENVILLE
TITLE INSURANCE 115 Dade cor. Horry Sts. ''_. '" .*
Phone HU 3-6243 Madison. 1-lt-ch r
112 West Base Street MissMary- Lou Shea and Corp.

MADISON. FLORIDA FOR RENT: Two-bedroom dwelling Kenneth R Livermore, tf S"Marines,
Phone HU :3-6277 house. Plenty shelving; clean. Call were united in marriage '. Sunday
HU 36378. l-2t-ch evening at 6:00 o'clock in the

Farms For Sale Greenville Church of Christ ", ,
: FOR RENT: One downstairs furn- : Hahirai '
Richard Parham bf"- Ga.
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with 90 ished apartment. 928 S. Range I officiated at*the1 double:ring
One tract of 520 acres, Phone HU 3-6408 Madison. MRSG. cere

acres in good pasture. Only $55.per' O. PURVIS. 2-tf-ch. I mony.
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acre. Come and get it. A tall standard of white gladioliwas

Two tree farms, 140 acres and 80 Furnished Apartments FOR RENT. flanked on either side by ,seven- ,
acres Sapling soup will be good in Oil stoves and circulating heaters branched candelabra, holding tall
your retirement years. FOR SALE cheap. MRS J J I white tapers. TO SCHOOL

1% mile Suwannee river frontage. NEWMAN, Phone HU 32523. Airman Billy P Canova, Moody A Remember your first day of school? Probably not
Good house, good land, and timber. 2tfchFOR IF B, Valdosta served as best man, .
but we should remember school zones, says Carol Lane,
and David Shearon Shelbyville,
Total 1300 172 acres.with Umber, house. RENT: Three bedroom un- I Tenn.r was'usher.. women's travel director of Shell Oil Company and sponsorof
acres
furnished house In' Lakeside. [ the National Safety Council's Carol Lane Awards for
wells, irrigation, and 17 acres of ., Mrs Barbara Canova of Valdosta
Available .
15th.
Sept. Phone HU
tobacco. You don't find them often. i was matron-of-honor and_ only at- Traffic Safety. \ ,
943 acres, good dirt, tobacco and I 3-2391 weekends or ,write Box tendant. She was attired I in a short Over 1,000,000 Florida school children will be depending "
487, Madison. 2 2tcl1I
timber. I Stylish frock of mint green chiffon, with on your caution to protect their safety. :....

1426 acres, pasture, lake, good I FOR RENT: Seven room house bouffant skirt and full bodice, featuring .
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dirt tobacco good corn base. with 3 bedrooms. Conveniently cap sleeves made of flowers. Band Boosters '. ;l"

-160 acres, good house tobacco located, completely repainted. Apply Permanent Her headpiece was, a matching coronet Corn $1.10 in Jasper 'z ...,
clay soil, paved road. with circular nose veil. She -
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Pep's Cafe, phone HU 3-2522, :
950 acres, with 850 acres cleared. Madison. 2-1t-pd Practical t '- carried a nosegay of yellow pompon Elect Officers }j' -
Irrigation, and 8% acres tobacco. chrysanthemums with satin streamers. .
Lots of houses and lots. HELP WANTED ALUMINUM AWNINGS -

Ready to serve you. SALESMEN OR AGENTS PATIOS, The bride was given in marriage- 'Mr and Mrs Elmer Fisher spenta 1 The Madison Band Boosters met

: Man or ,woman. Pleasant profit- CARPORTS by her brother- George Shea of week vacationing with their son- Thursday night Aug. 31 in the band
Broadus Willoughby able route work. Full or part time. Perry. She wore a ballerina length in-law and daughter, Mr and MrsS room of the High Sd ooI. The meet- .

Large repeat 'orders. Earn $2.50 BOATPORTS : gown of embroidered nylon tulle L Bundrick at Jacksonville and ing was called to order by the president -

REALTOR per hour or more. Age no barrier. MARQUEES over taffeta. The basque bodice had at Flagler ,Beach and in_ Tampa.x Mr Al Hughes and Rev Dan
Phone, HU 3-6481, Madison I Write McNESS CO., Box: 2766, De- CABANAS a bateau neckline and long sleeves -x- McCown gave the opening prayer.
II Soto 'Station, Memphis 2, Tenn.32tpd. I which came to points at the wrists. I H E McArthur was a patient. Mr Hughes then introduced then
-I TRAILER CANOPIES Rows of accented the
embroidery i in Archbold hospital several days w band director, Mr Clinton '
ruffled side panels of the bouffant I last week. Harris, who gave a short talk of
FEMALE HELP WANTED :
For Free Estimates, Call Collecti skirt. Her three-tipped fingertipveil
I i his goals for the band year 1961-621
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CH 4-0461, VALDOSTA, GA. ,hung from a crown of pearlized -T-
)i NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY i and a few of the new rules regarding '
orange blossoms. She carried :a Mr and Mrs R C Dickinson and

j List your farm and city property I '1'0earn good income will with train AVON H. C. WILKINSON white Bible, topped with ,a purple Sen and Mrs W T Davis have re- would band be glad practice.to*help He any stated student he

with us for nationwide advertising. COSMETICS. you. I! throated orchid,'cascaded with satin turned from a trip to Boone, N C who
write MRS requested additional help after
tto charge for listing. For appointment 2100 Bemis Rd, Valdosta, Ga. and feathered carnations. and other places of interest in thePlountaln.s
school hours.
It announced that
OUIDA. SWEAT, ,P 0 Box 540, daughter'swedding was
Mrs Shea chose for her
.
Live Oak, Fla.FEMALE Curb Service 'for those there were 43 members in the High
Bob & Beanie SearcyRT. a two piece model of Navy NOTICE TO CREDITORS School Band at the opening of
HELP WANTED famous HOT DOGS and HAMBURGERS shantung, and her corsage was of Florida StatutesIN school this year. Mr Wiley Sirmon .: .

2, BOX 130-A( WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE at WHITE TOP pink carnations.A THE COURT OF THE COUNTY then gave a brief welcome to the
MADISON, FLA. If you would enjoy working 3 or 4 reception at the .ride s home band.
DRIVE-IN, 3-11 P. M. JUDGE MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA parents as new principal as ..
PHONE HU 3-6487 hours a day calling regularly each followed the-ceremony.The IN PROBATE.In well -as a brand new band parent x
'month Studio Girl i iI bride's table overlaid
'on a of was
group
himself.
FOR SALE: One 1958 two-door re: Estate of Lou Leggett, De-
Chevrolet Belair sedan or trade I Cosmetic clients on a route to be with a handmade crocheted lace ceased.t. Election of officers' for 1961-62, ,.
one-half three-quarter ton I established hi and around Madison cloth centered with a tiered wed- TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS was held and the following slate' '.
for pick-up truck or same__ value.CHERRY'S .! and are' willing to make light de G1RARDIN JEWELERSFOR ding cake, frosted in white, em- HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS was elected: -',
liveries etc., write STUDIO GIRL bossed with garlands of roses and
FEED STORE, Lee,'I AGAINST SAID ESTATE: President, Al Hughes; Vice-Presi-
Fla. 3-3t-ch COSMETICS, Dept. AUW-9' Glen- THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE topped with a heart and miniature You and each of you are hereby dent Buddy Scruggs; Secretary, Mr
dale, California. Route will pay up SILVER CHINA, CRYSTAL bride and 'groom. Lfghted white notified and required to presentany Lamoyne Hancock; Treasurer, Mr

FOR SALE' : 3-bedroom house in to $5.00 per hour. 51-3t-ch DIAMONDS JEWELRYEXPEt'l candles, at either,,end completed the claims ,and demands which you Buford Selman and Publicity Chair
Pinetta.. THOMAS FERRELL. setting. man, Mrs Dan McCown.
either
UNEXPECTED CHANGE IN or of you may have againstthe
REPAIRING
Box: 21, :Madison Fla. 3-lt-pd THIS AREA :MEANS OPPORTUNITY : Miss Jeanette Feldhake of Jack _estate of Lou Leggett, de- Mrs Mary Vickers was then appointed -

Your SALES will go in orbit if FOR A $150.00 PER WEEK __ NATIONAL sonville and :Mrs Holly Roberts of ceased, late of said County, to the t chairman of the ,Membership :
E-R MAN, OR $75.00 PER WEEK Cherry Lake, sister of the bride, County Judge cf Madison County, Committee. Refreshments of cold '
use space.
you ----- Ll..f1 BRIDAL cut and served the cake. drinks and cookies and
LADY TO SERVICE 'ESTABLISHED: Florida at his"office' in the courthouse a get-ac- #
BEFORE SELLING your timber WATKINS CUSTOMERS IN THIS SERVICE Miss 'Bonnie Williamson of Jack' of said County at Madison quainted period with the new band

or timber land please see me. We LOCALITY. MAYBE YOU CAN sonville poured punch. Florida, within six: calendar director followed the meeting. The .
are also interested in buying a QUALIFY. WRITE: WATKINS A good selection' of When the couple left for their months from the time of the first next scheduled meeting is the third

t limited amount of pine-hardwood 659 \W PTREE ST., N. E. ATLANTA Sterling &, plated Hollowareby wedding trip the bride was wearing publication of this notice. Each Monday night of September at 7:30 ... .
pulpwood delivered by truck to- 8, GEORGIA. 51-3t-ch finest manufacturers a Navy and white dress with claim or demand shall be in writing and all band parents are invited to

Foley Fla., or loaded on R R cars. Many gifts to choose from matching bolero. Her corsage was and shall state the place of be present at that time.
See, write or call HOUSEKEEPER Wanted in Jack- the orchid from her wedding bou- residence and post office address I ,>
I L. P. GIBSON sonville: Fla. Room, board and! 303 No. Patterson quet.The of the claimant, and shall be sworn

Rt. 3, Madison Florida $15.00 per week. 3 adults. Must bride is the daughter 'Of Mrs to by the claimant, his agent, or Briggs Stratton Parts: & j'
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 love dogs. Reply to:-MRS R E YALDOSTA GA. Lester Shea of Greenville, and the
attorney and
such claim
any or
KENNEDY, POBox 9554, Jack- late Mr Shea. She was graduatedfrom
SALE; Plenty of live fish sonville 8 Fla. demand not so filed shall be void.
FOR : 52-3t-pd Greenville High School, andis Service .
I bait, shiners minnows, pond worms employed by Jacksonville PaperCo. CHARLES ENGLISH, :
crickets, sand mag- HOUSEKEEPER would like workin As executor of the Last Will and
blue wigglers .
brand of Lee area. Would consider another Giorgia Testament of Lou Leggett Deceased I WILLIAMS GARAGE '. '
gots, tackle, and a good The bridegroom is the son of Mr > 1 :
plus a location. P. O. Box: 225, Lee, I First publication 82561. ,
guaranteed fishing poles Florida. 3-lt-id PLATE GLASS1 .and Mrs Larry Livermore of Pearson -,r. I ;
complete line of Bogie baits. Wisconsin. He is at present

Rowell's now alr-conditinned Bait and Tackle to Centeris assure HOT MIXED pave drives ASPHALT, parking PAVINGWe areas, I CelaRY I stationed,at NAS Jacksonville. Madison Gas Co. Madison Gas Co. ;,' ,

you of more lively live bait: Also streets, etc. Top quality. Fair GLASS CIRCLE MEETS

we give 24-hr service to anyone, prices. WAIVER BROS., Ino. Ph GLASS BLOCK *
seven days a week.. We have THE CH: 2.4011,1! S.. Fry St "Valdosta, -
MIRRORS Helen Pariamore Circle of the
THING! Ga. 45-tf-cn e. .
ROWELL'S BAIT & TACKLE Methodist WSCS met Monday af- c;..) __ d
CENTER, across from SAL Depot, FURNITURE. made like new. For ternoon at the home of Mrs T F J '-:.
Madison. 41-tf-ch best quality reupholstering, see Hay with Mrs 0 C Hodnett co-hos- fA cu. =-..ICrlf ,
Southland Furniture Co., Valdosta, tess. Fourteen members attended. !
t FOR SALE: Looking for a good Ga. MRS. .C,'M. PLANT, Madison T.M. HOWERTON, JR. The opening prayer was made by V r: 'O

business of your own? Be your Representative. 60-tf-ch Mrs 'J B Davis and Mrs C S Bla- : GALLON KEE :; =
30
own boss. The well known Rowell CONSULTING FORESTER lock gave the devotional from the O -
Bleach Route is now ,for sale, due LIVE STOCK AUCTIONSell 9 TIMBER MARKETINGS. COto
Upper Room. Mrs J P Johnson, : -
;
Heater
to retirement. Contact MRS D E your cattle and hogs-In our I Duval Street chairman, presided over the business :. Gas Water e=\

ROWELL across from the SALt auction each Monday. Sales start at Ph. HU 3-6681. Madison session. .
Railroad Depot, Madison. 50-tf-ch 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARD Mrs Howard StudstilL WSCS Glass Lined, 10-yr_ Warranty .

t Inc., Monticello, Fla. president met with the Circle ,_ ':

WILL TRADE purebred Angus bull at Registered all times. Angus bulls for sale J. D. ScruggsFORESTER and announced a Seminar to be heldat : $5455 .H : .P

for corn!, or will sell R C'DICKINSON the Lee church Sept. 19th from _

HU 3-2517. 3tf-ch 9:30 am to 2 pm. : ; .
LAWNS MOWEDCall ,
REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. The hostesses served cookies and

BEEF CATTLE FOR SALE: Black HU 3.6188MADISON ice cream during the social hour. ,HARDWICK
Duane West, Phone HU 3-6762 The circle meets next with Mrs
Angus bulls 18 ma & younger. FLA. -
Registered stock, sensibly priced.A 42-tf-ch R C Dickinson. 3
O Gas $149.50
Range ; :
mile East of ,
W ALLEGA. 'fir WANTED: A corn elevator. Call or
Will do Alterations Men's and Miss Charlotte Woodward of c;.;) -. ,
US 90 Phone HU 3-6174. "
Lee on write H B HOWARD Quitman -
Boys pants cuffed. Zippers and installed with :
Pinetta was joined here Friday by Completely two e-:
45r8t-pd
; Ga. Phone 3034ff; 522tpdWe Hems ,put in.-. Cafe curtains made, ell t
---.. ;< her roommate Miss Janet Portonof 100-lb gas cylinders enc
"- and general sewing. MRS DUR- Tampa and they left that day for {5 ,
FOR SALE: One good gentle work- loan Carpet Shampooer at ,nocost WARD' SMITH HU 36156. $19.99 down $7.05 mo. I
Fort Worth, Texas, where they
with purchase of Blue :Lustre
: Rt.
mule, See t H H WILLIAMS
50-2t-pd
will be students at Texas Christian ,
sh Appliances
&
Furniture -
1. Box 6 "Lee, Fla. 3-lt-pd mpoo.racs .
.., BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: For University this year.Registered .
F .... saleCoinoperated laundry with Madison as Co.. 00

HOUSE for-rent. CTMcWILLIAMS: FEOORAL LAND' BANK ,, :16 Westinghouse washers and 6 Madison Fla. \,)
.l Phone HU 3-6275 or HU 36552. : dryers located at Setzer's Shopping Svreyir HU 3-2226 P

50tfcrFOR Center-'all equipment in very J V 'TiedCason Charles Wells
........ Phone HU 3-2372
Farm Ranch LoaM .
Timber good
caadition excellent
return Mrs Dorothy Medders R H. "Bob" Dye -
RENT: Two bedroom" house. 'Long Terms Low Interest on investment reasonable MADISON. FLORIDA -
..f Call HOWARD STUDSTiLL. HU SEE THE REPRESENTATIVE AT terms write BEG, P O Box 754

,- ,3-6106: office, or home HU 3-6630. THE MADISON COURT HOUSE Of fbeae 223-0976 Tallahassee.48tfch. JOWW. WADS WORTH $. Gas Ct. MAD-SON GAS CO.

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,. :.';''; .-.. PAGE SD.-TEE- -- ... : ,- THE ENTERPRISE RECORDERMADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15th. 1961 -
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:, THE WEST MADISON SEVENTH-DAY- ADVENTIST. ,- WMAF SCHEDULE
:: 2 METHODIST CHARGE CHURCH
Services every Saturday at Mad -

. ison American Legion Hall. DAYS -
REV. C. B, DAVIS, Pastor Sabbath School begins '2 .p. m. WEEK SIGN-ON
6:00
-.1., < '__: CHERRY LAKE CHURCH Church. Service at 3 p. m. 6:01. GOOD NEWS

. :: FIRST 'AND THIRD SUNDAYS E. C.. WILLIS, S. S. Supt. 6:10 WORLD STATE NEWS

Sunday School .... 10:00 A. M. HAROLD YATES,, Pastor" Tele' 6:15 FLORIDA FARM HOUR _

Worship Service __ 7:30 P. M phone HU 36517. 6:40 RUDY HAMRICK., COUNTY

,. SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Everyone \\Pe1comel.. *"""' AGENT (MON., WED., FRI-

Sunday School ...:__...._ 10:00 A.-M. DAY)
Worship Service ____ 11:00 A. M. MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 6:50 WORLD> NEWS I

Family Night, Friday before First 701 South Range, 655 STATE NEWS

t Sunday each month at .7:30 P. Ml' Sunday Bible Study10:00 A. M.Lord's ':00. COFFEE TIME _
Supper andEdification 7:25 MORNING SPORTS SHOW >

Thomas Surles Church School, Supt. .,..._.....,. 11:00 A. M. 7:32 COFFEE TIME

.ROCKY SPRINGS CHURCH Sunday Evening Service 7:00 P. M. 7:40, REPORT FROM TALLAHASSEE

t FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS: Wednesday Evening (TUES. THROUGHSAT. -

.,..... ...._. .
-- Sunday School 10:00 A. M Services .. 8:00 P. M. ) ,

Worship Service ......,_. 11:00 A. M. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:45 WORLD NEWS -
SECOND ,& FOURTH SUNDAYS 7:50 STATE NEWS

Worship Service 9:30 A, M. Preaching! every Soaday 7:55 WEATHER NEWS
8:00 COFFEE TIME
Sunday School ._.... 10:30 A. M. Sunday School .:.-.: .10:00 A. M- 9:00 MORNING DEVOTIONS Y

Family Night, Friday after Second Morning Worship -_ .1130 A. M 9:15 SWEET MUSIC TIME

'Sunday each month at .-7:00, .P. M. Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. 9:30 MARY BLAINE TIME

P. K. Rowell, Church School Supt. Evening Services 7:30 P. M. 9:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE

Claude' Duval Charge Lay Leader. Prayer ,Meeting Wednesday 10:00" MUSIC UNLIMITED

SHILOH'CHURCH .- Evening .- --- 7:00 P. ,M. 11:15 PUBLIC SERVICE .PROGRAM -
-. W B SEALS, S.S Superintendent '
1 FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS
: J ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union, 11:30 RECORD SESSION
9:30 A. M. -
Worship Service Director 1ERNEST... 1l :XSOCIAL SECURITY PRO-
Sunday School ,............. 10:30 .A.- IL J I' : r
_GURR ,Minister GRAM TUESDAY) _
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS f 11:50 STORK, CLUB (MONDAY
Sunday School '_ 10OOt; : MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST ONLY) ATTRACTIVEJUHJfTfON ,to Pontiac'a new Tempest series for. 1962 ,Is the superbly

Worship Service 7:30 P. M. CHURCH,""..... .....,.. -: ...' 11:55 YOUR FLORIDA GARDEN '. etY. convertible pictured above with the LeMans'option, which includes front backetseats .
in bea&tif nl shades of Morrokide and rich floor TheTempat
Family Night, Friday after First 12:00 WORLD NEWS expanded Jeweltone carpeting. I
'Sunday each month at 7:30 P.-M. 12:15 NOONTIME NOTES snorts eonpe with its own distinctive_ styling is also ar ailablaith the LrMnnainterior. .
I .The 1962 Tempest has an entirely new grille and new rear end styling.
Herbert Brooks, Church School Pastor Rev.. Jack Lamb 12:30 TALK OF THE TOWN .... -
Chairman of Deacons -Mr S R Sapp 12:40 FARM NEWS ---- -: >

Supt. Raining Union, 12:45 STATE NEWS -, :;' ROTARY', CLtfB HOSTESSES TO STUDENTS I
'- Wiley Blair, Church Lay Leader DirectorSidney ; "" a
PROGRAM
MoonS 12:50 PUBLIC SERVICE' I COUNTER TOPS ,
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD S. Supt -_-.,'Mrs S R Sapp i., : .
Sunday School ._....,,_ 10:00 A. M. training Union Associate ,1255 'WEATHER NEWS W C Copeland Jr gav a reporton G-E APPLIANCES Open house was held Thursdayat

Youth Service Wednesday 8:00p.m. Director ................_ Leroy Cruce 1:00 HILLBILLY HIT. PARADE the Madisonr Hunting''Club and KITCHEN Methodist Fellowship hall for
(FROM THE J PASTOR'S show d.-a film on hunting ai. the CABINETS1v1i1tTfl1II college students who were here to
9vening Worship ___ 7:30, p. m. Song Leader Miss Merle: Bass '
Morning Worship ___ 11:00 ,a. m Pianist Mrs Juanita: Cruce STUDY, WEDNESDAY*. ) Rotary Club meeting W eroay. register for the opening of schooL
2:00 GOSPEL ''TIME The club has 8800 lacres along, the Committees of the WSCS Served refreshments -
REV R M ,LONG. PastorJEHOVAH'S Sunday School_. 10:00 a. ra. '
2:30 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- Withlacoochee river northeast of throughout the day.
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.Iraialng '
WITNESSES town and is putting in I -I ,.utw Wv fI
GRAM:, everything
Union _.. 6:30 m. ..
118 N. Orange St. Phone HU 3-6355 Evening Worship- -_- 7:30 p.p m. 2:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE shape for the season 'beginning'.Oct 750-14 Goodyear A All-Weather ...

MEETINGS Mid Week Prayer 7:30, p. Wed. 3:00 AFTERNOON MELODIES 1st. Hunting; facilities for a half I. Mr.and ,,.Mrs J T Brinson of Pin-
Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. M.: Just as I am without one plea.m. Jesus 3:40 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM day. day week :-OT longer are aVailable i etta had as guests last Sunday Nylon Tire
Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 P. M. and the Club owners anticipate I
Herbert Sasser
Mrs
says come and worship 'regardless Augusta, Ga.
Ministry School: Friday 8:30 P. ,M. 4:00 RECORD REQUEST that, in addition to local.people and
of the goodness of clothes. Mrs. Leroy Clayton and 2 childrenof :
your
Watchtower-Bible-Study: 5:45 SPORTS those near-by visitors, fi As low As $14.88.
Come be with us in The Lord's HIGHLIGHTS many rpm I Millen, Ga.,. Dr and Mrs Harry
Sunday 7:30 P. :M.. House. 5:55, REPORT FROM. TALLA- the North and other parts of the Wasden. Billy and La Flis Walden,
Kingdom Seekers Welcome. HASSEE (MONDAY 'country 'Will come and participate of Quitman. ,Plus Tax and Exchange .
Collection Taken. THROUGH FRIDAY) in the hunting. The Club is 'raising .

---, CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 6:00 WORLD NEWS 30,000 quail a ,year., The Hunting Arrangements: were made by the M e s s e jr ;

GREENVILLE FLA. 6:15 TWILIGHT TUNES Club, has given the. Rotary Club a Rotary Club for taking the MHSfootball *i
CHURCH 6:59 SIGN OFF hunting ticket to, be used by the_ boys home of afternoons & Tire Co.DAVIS
Preachlne Services every Sunday Sunday School .......... 10:00 A. M. i BaHery "
FIVE MINUTE NEWSCAST BE- Rotary for its charitable program. after practice. ,,
_
Morning 11:00 A. M.
Worship
;
,. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. I -::
Baptist Training 6:45 P. M. FORE THE HOUR; NEWS
Evening Service 8:00 P. M. Course : .
Evening Worship 7:30P. M. HEADLINESVEATHER ON r., -
Sunday School Sunday at
every ? .
10:00 A. M. Prayer Meeting Wed. '- 7:30 P. MeLEE HALF HOUR.SUNDA' J FYV -6
SCHEDULE .,
BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. '!ol. METHODIST CIRCUIT 7:29 SIGN ON :.

Prayer Meeting every Wednesdayat ..-.. ....
7:30 TRAVELING STARS
8:00 ,P. M.Brotherhood. Lee and Hickory Grove Churches ...
7:55 NEWS
first Thursday ever} REV. L. E. DENSLOW Pastor 8:00 GOSPEL HYMN TIME .
month at 70 P. M.
.
8:30 SHOWERS OF BLESSING
;
AT LEE .
Everybody Welcome. .7 _
!Morning Worship 8:45VORLD NEWS D -
WELCOME TO I 3rd 11:00 8:50 STATE AND WEATHER __
1st and Sundays a. m.
NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS
2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a.: m
Come Worship With Us 855 :MORNING SPORTS SHOW :

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Evening Service1st 9:00 JIMMY STROUD ..' ?

'Morning Worship 11:00 A. :M. and 3rd Sundays 8:00: p. m. 9:15 MORMON CHOIR i '

Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 LIGHT & LIFE HOUR ;.:
Evening, Worship 7:30 P. M. 10:00 NEWS
Every _Sunday 10:00: a. on
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. 10:05 SONGS OF FAITH

Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M.: Youth 'FellowshipEvery 10:32: MEDITATION FOR SUN-, tL 4i .

Philip Howell S. S. Supt. Sunday _____ 7:00 p. m. DAY
Marvin Bass B. T. U. Director; BOBBY WILLIAMS, 10:47 PRELUDE TO WORSHIP i'

REV.ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor 11:00 COMMUNITY CHURCH -

WELCOME TO Church HICKORY School SuperintendentAT GROVE 12:00VORLD 12:15 NOONTIME NEWS NOTES :4i:4i 04iE SE'l e' ---4Ff/IfM1)/ )' "d

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST- CHURCH .Morning Worship 1230 GOSPEL CONCERT HALL '-. v

Sunday School 10:00 A. :M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:30 a. m. 12:55 'NEWS S M.tS .

Morning Worship :.... .. 11:00 A. M.Training !Evening Service 1:00 PROTESTANT HOUR : : ;..
Union ,......... 6:30 P :M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 8:00 p.: m. 1:30 HOUR OF DECISION :

"' Evening Worship 7:30 P. M Sunday School 2:05 THE SUNDAY DRIVER f

Prayer Meeting _..__ 7:30 P. :M. Every Sunday 10:30 a. m. 5:10 EVENTIDE -

Church Business Meeting First Youth Fellowship 5:29 SIGN OFF .
Wednesday night of each month. Every Sunday 7:00 p. m. .AN1A1
,
Brotherhood and WJtt.U. Second Mid-Week Prayer Service LAND DEALS ;; ','
Thursday night of each month. Every Wednesday _, 8:30 p. m. -

., Preaching. services every Sunday. JULIAN ANDREWS, John Bradley and wife to Tola :'
Come Worship With Us. Church School Superintendent
i McKinney: Lots 6 and 7, McKinney
REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor
i Addn to City of Madison. .

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST Pinetta.BAPTIST Florida CHUHCH- Charles T Wynn Sr to Royce E L iiE t1'

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. PAUL A. TRAVIS, Pastor Tuten and wife Lot 8 of Yellow ,
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. !
Sunday Bible School 10:00 a. m. Pine S/D. ,
Training Union 6:30 P. M.
Baptist S. S. Supt. Mr. G. C. Buchanan Wilbur M Aman and wife ,to
Evening: Worship 7:30 P. :M.
Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 P. M.i :r.lomingVorship 11:00 a. m. Katie W Robertson, Lots 4 and 15, ",',-..

Youth Service S P. M. Wednesday Training Union ,., 7:00 p. m. Blk G, Town of Erido. 1 >

V. L. SINGLETARY. S. S. Supt. Director M. T. C. Morris Mary Leona Porter and husbandto c

J. 'L. WYNN 'B. T. U. Director. Eve ngService __. 8:00 p. m. Betty Jean Kinsey, 210 ft x' 80 4ein :.
Hour Power, Wed. 8:00 p. m.! 1
REV. W G DeSHAZO, Pastor Choir Practice of Wed. 9:00 p.m.RJL's .! ft in Sec 21, Tp 1 NR7E. t Ptr lr es r .
Robert King,-E t1A .
Minnie 'King to
: 3:00 '
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH J meet Saturday p m.Everyone ;.
'
REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor is welcome of NE& of SEH. Sec 7, Tp 2 N, '

Services every Sunday The only thing missing in our R8E. f

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. I ch rch is (U). Robert J Hudson and wife to sMO. r.. r
;
Morning'Worship _' 11:00 A. M. William Parr and wife, four acres sooc ruac .. 'Y
Training Union 7:00 P. M. IN MEMORY OF MERLE BASS of Units 106 and 108, Cherry Lake i

Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. ... Farms ii
Project. # -- Our NwTittJ ,,WentiledMedattion by ..i
Wed. .... 7:30 P. M
prayer Meeting August 12th was such a sad day. M P Tuten and wife to Mildred end Mop mark,ore

L. D. S. SERVICE Without warning God took her away. Bryant, Lots 6, 7, 8, 14 and 16 Blk 1 GUARANTEED .
reason why. : t. Apina& defecb 1ft work-
not the
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF We know 13, Town of Sirinons. -* aDd tna&erials
But maybe hell explain by and by to hazelWood dur nc life 0( treed, cr;;
LATTER DAY SAINTS W L Sherrod and wife ,. $ Z. Apia&it normal reed huo.rds F'ZYv4'Y.
ayJ: l f
Sunday School 10:00 a. In. He took her from this sinful world. and wife, Lot 10, Blk Cas. ( '.:<%; :.. ::. ; *. : (except ,tipairsb4 -
ctu1eS encoua&cred ill
)
Maybe to show the light to some .. pu
Sacrament Meeting __ 11:00 a. In. shown by map drawn by Marshall, g ewryday pueenpf car
o.
.mid .
girl. _
boy or We for 1%months.epeUs
F
Relief Society and. Priesthood time She was such a ,dear friend and Lang, located in Town ,,of x r> '' made without eh.aamoo iIjprwat.dOQtNed
and place as announced at Sacra- until the end. Greenville. -.; and buied lite -i
There to help __' wear CIQ prices
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ment fleeting. at w e of ad .
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MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH As she. passed from this world. The State Road: Department last .

Services every first and third She left her friends in a blur Friday called for bids on light grad r .

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