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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 22, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
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ionsprogrammed':iii 'each' series, right Mrs'Yida Bonds and Airs Ethel Brannon, Live Oak; ,I '

this two-for-one value is expectedto Miss JBeyerly. 'Ann Wood./-P rry; and Miss Novia Dice, Live "
produce an unusually successful Oak. (\ X"Second ..11,
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I season. r row J rs Adis'Johnson and Mrs Sallie Liston,

i -: t 4 ,ltie_ Madison_ series will be held Ifranfbrd; a d. Mrs peorgianna Sims Mayo.

inthe: Wopdard fi Jheajbfe; with all ,Standingr-XMrs.. ,R A :Kennedy, director. (E-R Photo) p .
programs ;1aefcmnihjjj! t F:15y :P" M. : ( _*___. ....__.._._r '_' _* ''._.""'__ ._.....,.. .- <, ..._, -, \ tit

The, opening concert "will be presented :6<: i .. r $4w .4' ., 5- -5 i

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the.- playing" of' George Luckt enberg ..

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r q H a :a .:f formanc: :-ot his wife, Jerrie Cadek
Lucktenberg, on her Stradivarius
.t io! V"olin dated 1718., Their'program in- L...

:;1 .1 chides\ selections which feature the
s ; instruments. separately
,HhIr and in combinationt -.
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$v .'.'t &'l he Windson Singers (Monday

November: ,6j are a trio of highly

talented young artists with an
abundance of' physical attractiveness -
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-JIMMY-- v. "wncv.<<:.......;.rna. .. Rte. rs ? ... ,K V7 -. ... ......_._ baritone, and -mezzo-soprano who NORTH FLORIDA ,JUNIOR; mony was Mr James L !Moncrief
CARRYL, back home < <1< i.: f.l:t : : Chairman of the Social Science Department
at, Cherry j Lake, .shown with, t.i :: .,. j ..E....<:' ;,:.'> ?" .. .>{.I.11.[1 have won, individually, many of COLLEGE RECEIVES GRANT whose proposal for .a ..:
: .' ?AJf?;: ; ,S.7 f.iA*:; 'If- :.. ri 5i.; the "highest honors available to .
father! ( engraving courtesy bf .'.' v <.'- '' :'<-'>> >' ,....,:. :t 4S.4' : :" :-:-' ... series of lectures ,won the grant for '
;' ;"> young singers in America. A group Mr Lloyd High, state sales representative the .College. Mr Moncriefs suggested :
VALDOSTA TIMES). "'" : which has been termed "probablythe ,for the Sperry and Hutch- program on the subject of

...,.. finest vocal trio to tour in inson Company, on September- 6 technical retraining for the State
: a many years," they are highly reminiscent presented North Florida Junior and Nation was one of twentytwoi. | ';
e of the Bel ,Canto Trio, College' with an award of $850. as which received Sperry and Hutch- ..
-T-THANKYOU with'which Mario: Lanza obtainedhis a lectureship grant 'which will be inson grants. 'I'wenytonewent to

: start, some years ago. used ''to bring outstanding speakers various .universities and liberal arts
to the campus during the coming colleges throughout the Nation.: forth *
: i_ Vincent Lopez (Tuesday,. February Presi-
i Vords cannot express the love 6), well known entertainer and year. Dr :Marshall Hamilton. Florida Junior College was the f
.1.i Kid dent, received the award on. be-
.and'- gratitude that- we feel in our orchestra leader for the past thirty half of' the College. only junior college to be awarded;, -: .
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hearts for the good people of our years, will serve as lecturer and Present at the presentation cere- a grant. 4K < :

county and others who have givenso :pianist in presenting-the highlightsfrom ". .
generously of their love and: i Back Home \
: a ,successful ,and extended! Big Trucks CollideAtUS9QRangeSL r.
prayers in behalf of our son, James career in American popular music. .
Micheal CarryL, w Personal experiences as well' as :, ':

LTd! those who have donated fundsto I' The local TENNECOs4tion, on U S 90 East was formerly salient changes in the world of < Jimmy Carry, who underwent serious 4 ,,
the Bay station. (E-R Photo) heart surgery in Gainesville '
help defray the hospital cost of popular entertainment will be
Thursday' recently came back Saturday to his .
aped* !reartsurgery: we 'again say covered Early "..
home in Cherry Lake and is ,re-
-thank you,, and appreciate it with Notice To My Friends i I Douglas Williams ( Wednesday, Two large semi trucks .collided ported .doing fine.. ..Y .
all our h:arts. We know that many .I March 21) has been hailed as the -
with a deafening. roar at 4:40 am. if :
who- gave were unable financiallyto v As of. Sept '22 ,1 am no longer e most capable and versatile marim- Thursday at the intersection of U S STUDENTS, AT. WYCHE HOME ,
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do so, but,sacrificed to meet then4eds .connected with Madison Gas Co. i bist, to be found on today's concert 90 and Range St. Chief Cherry, who
of a brave little boy. Your Buddy I 4 stage. Equally at home' with popularor lives-abut half 'a mile away heard: Residing at Wyche college men's '
HVe wish to thank all the churchesfor 4-lt-ch RED CASONClyattville classical music, and with an the crash and. a few moments later Cooperative for toe year 1961.62t ,

prayers offered, during their unusually appealing stage personality was called to the scene. Night are the following North- Florida '',>,

services and for the love offerings Mr Williams has been enthusi- policeman Hazel. Malone saw the Junior College students; Clifford ::-
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1 sent to, the "Miracle Boy Fund." Workers astically received by radio, tele- collision.. Johnson, of Gadsden County; William << :?

(% :We are thankful for the many vision, and concert audiences from Trooper Joe Peavy said Eugene Stanley IH Jefferson County1';- ;;; '
Wilkerson of Millen, Ga going <
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letters of encouragement we rece'ived Donate To Fund New York: to Puerto Rico.Events south on Range street; in a 1958Dodge'semi George Ewing and Larry Ewing 6f : '

from both friends & strangers scheduled by .the Perry, ( lumber truck will be Leon. County Marshall Spears Jr 1... ,

during the almost hopeless dark The workers of Clyattville Paper Mutual Concert Association Will. beheld charged with failure to yield right Wakulla County; and from Colum: .p..

days before and after the operation.The Mill an! Bag Factory at Clyattville.Ga. in the recently completed of way. I bia County aid Gary Douglas' : ,

many cards and. messages of ., donated $175.00 to the Miracl t.s Taylor County High School Auditorium Driver of the Frosty Morn semi i Toby Markham, David Williams- :.!". ":' '

cheer brought sunshine, .and joy to Boy Fund for- Jimmy Carryl at beginning at 8:00'p m. Tie truck, going east, leaded with bacon! Robert Blanton Ronnie TyreTCharles .: ,, :'
1 his heart It is easier to get, well Cherry Lake who underwent heart season's first concert in Perry will amI'oth r pork products, was William Maxwell Clarke Chrlsto '{ .-:

), -when you know that you have surgery, recently. ,; be provided by the unusual combination Alvin Watkins of Greensboro, pher, Dewey Glenn. t "'
1. .,. Fla..Ite was taken to MCM hospital, "
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friendsand that they love you. of strings and personality -
checked:: and released. He had a .
Major William E Black of Montgomery HeUman RETURNS ; ,; -'
We humbly thank all the blood booked as the Daphne JOHN .
possible back injury. Damage. to the t
t, donors of Madison and Gainesville. Ala visited with his mother rkMiss Trio (Monday, October 30) Miss Frosty; Morn truck was estimatedat '
Mrs ,J Ierritt-- ;
C Black, at Hotel Madison
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returned from
x The Terrington Connecticut Police Hellman (harp) is assisted by about $3000 by Trooper Joe John
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the .
during week end
t orcev Pratt and Whitney and the -:11.-: a Parker Hill (guitar) and Jim Stutz Peavy. The trailer turned over and the National Legion Convention fa* ;\' .

Stk nderwood Corporation of Hartford, Mr (bass). Each of .these members the cab was knocked into the air.1 Denver.. Madison L Smith of'Lafayette -; -
55 and Mrs J H Powell'oTer._ 'Gretta Irene Thomas is .
\ innecticuti; Without blood donors arkana 'oMrd brings a genuinely.impressive background I County went with him. ;_ ,< o;
Texas
were guests the
i 4riuaog thirty-seven yOungen
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i childs life could ,not have been, of: accomplishment. and Miss ,Jeannette Sevan_ of Jacksonville I' ,":?-" ,:
Mrs. .Ed Bland Sunday. graduating as a graduate professional !' to be .Is the, guest of' Mr and Mrs ."
recognition.vhat :promises .
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of Cherry lake and ': A: hand to clasp in tenderness, Birmingham, AUu Graduation exer-i 'program;. Mr and 'M'rs"R"R CHomi*attended .

r' ..;.,.the co-workers for sponsoring It does not ,ma t r'.t hard rises took place- Friday Sept 1st.'' "Gersbn' Yessln (Monday; February; .the funeral Mrs Carraway Smith Hickory Grove -
r -:Miracle Boy Fund and for road .What :hours Shave brought at 8:00 p m at the West End Baptist 12)) far generally regarded as one of [fax Jasper Wednesd/iy.."

5 Mine and effort spent in making me on the way -, church, Birmingham. MissThantas the truly great young concert Homecoming will be observed'at the .

5 ,jrive a success. Thank you, Mr For I can say "I..thank thee Lord, is the daughter of Mrs pianists of his ge eraUori. Mr Yessin's Cossack, Chorus and Dancers,, -conducted Hickory Drove Methodist church_,
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Y ; t, for the help yovr also gave I know I have a friend today! Virginia Thomas and is a 1953 combination of brilliant technique by Serge Jaroff (. Wednesday :-! fourth Sunday Sept. 24th. with aHday .
graduate Madison School.Miss services. the
of High /: DLnar on
Wepray..that blesa- interpretation March ..28)Ulclent1J
and sensitive
dreams. Gods.tichast '* S
come -
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.rig.Jlftflly's : /. :Thoaas1 plans to attend the C I at? the TyH n*"Jy m; .
) rtrUe. ings, will be yours _" University"of Alabama this fall aad has won glewiB- reviews fig well known to justify".tt assumptioa -, Mr Gerald-Williams will bVAU gut'
found Ehrick and Marian+ Carryl critics throughout the nation. that they win be the cutstAnSteg ,
Today a friend I have I complete her Bachelor of Scieaee speaker. .
'. '.6":8I, the labor and the stress, TImmy Carryl degree in Nursing Education. The iatecMtfeaaHy faswa* pa I event of the combined Je es., cCT, JUIly twitaLE 34W
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tr An Associated Press dispatchin

_. the daily 'papers Monday

ti says that the proposed, fifteen ,
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;:: PointiiigTowardsUs million' dollar"state bond issue

Hurricane Carla, one. ,of the should help clear the. way for .

ti :: most: powerful in a century, finally the state to finance its entire : i

died o'ut last week, after building program the next two I

taking approximately fifty lives years. Any borrowing of course : :

would help. finance anything, I
'and causing untold damage
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:., along the Texas ,and Louisiana except that the borrowing has :
.. to be back with i
paid
along
J : coasts and e\jen far 'up in the
interior. At about the same interest. And sometimes borrowing -
4 i is desirable. although I I
time the typhoon Nancy was '
should think the State ;
we that
raking Japan, leaving at least
f ,of Florida, with its vast taxing
164
g ; persons dead, more than I
power, should :not ordinarily
ten thousand homes destroyedand
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need to do any'borrowing.: But,
hundreds of. thousands
to borrow or hot to borrow is
t more damaged or flooded The
:- discdvered i not the question now. The
hurricane Debbie, i* ,
[question now is wbt'right or
shortly after Carla, veered away !
.. from North America but struck I authority the Governor and the :
Cabinet have to the pro... I
Ireland, Northern Ireland and invade r' : |
vince of the and of
Legislature I
Scotland i
causing several deaths (
the people.and float a fifteen I. ) '
and extensive
property damage, .J.'p
;,:. and ,now hurricane Esther, out million dollar bond ,issue in violation :

f. in the Atlantic (Monday morning of the' expressed provisions I I
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of the constitution.ConditionS 1
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miles an hour, is pointing have not changed

1. menacingly towards us. since the meeting of the Legis- I]

I lature last spring-or if they: I ')

: have, they have veered towardsthe I 1

:1: Equinoctial Storms greater receipts side-and I

the Legislature_ : had the picture
,'. These hurricanes ,
: years ago
then and did not submit .any I :
.3 called- equinoctial storms
were
proposed bond issue to... the
{ r a. because they usually came a I
people for ratification. If- the {:
while before or after or during J
bond issue were so badly <
.
the fall equinox, which. this
needed, the constitutional pro-
: year comes at 1:43 am this i!
; cedure would have .been for the
Saturday. Just now the days
E Legislature to submit to the
and nights are of equal length
people a proposed amendmentto
rwell, really, the days are a
the constitution authorizing
r little longer than the nights, t
bonds for school construction
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due to refraction of the sun'srays I II
and if the people should approve I
< ), but the days will get the J I
proposal, which we
Y progressively shorter: until I
:. the winter 'solstice December do not think they should. then'|
the way would be clear to go {
21st after which they will begin '
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ahead, run the State into debt,
to lengthen again.
set a precedent for other bond !

issues for a variety of purposes ::

-' Not 'So Far To Fall I and let the sky be the limit. '

But; until that procedure is
Mark up another tragic air- followed and permission is ]
accident in which all
plane *
granted by the people themselves -, '
aboard the
thirty-seven persons
any attempt to bond ;
Northwest Airlines Electra lost
the State.for any purpose other
their lives in a crash and ex than .
suppressing insurrectionor
plosion near Chicago Sunday II repelling invasion-and that [ :

The: plane had just
morning.
I to be determined by the Legislature I
taken off for Miami. by way of'. -is' clearly Unconstitu- t

!Tampa .and Ft Lauderdale, .and I I II I r tional. The Governor and the I

twelve Floridians were among II I Cabinet, in undertaking the proposed
dead. Of course thousands,
the I l1 bond issue, are taking. to
of airplane flights are made I themselves more power than

safely in comparison, with one I the constitution permitsandit
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where there is an accident, but is not a good sign.

: -.. the almost} certain loss, of life incase ]I I ,
; r of accident must giveus '
Four MUHon Next YearThe
1 pause. Even though the statisticians .1

say it istf so, a person i tobacco market article in !

is inclined to feel a ''little safer:I last.week's paper shows clearly :

'.in""an: automobile, especially if:i that, so far as average price is j

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,,4: G 16, in the Cooperative. amphitheatre. ld, Charles ,Alexander, Mrs itIi':I ; V (7'. : :; # V i'T i\:: {1
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-i fi ., Approximately twenty-fiver hundred Carlton,, Bennie '''' .. '
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f members and friends "attended the Williams Mrs K CTayl r. J C .. '::' : : -

-, ;:: meeting, and. ,were ;served refreshments Faglie Allean' "Mitchell. Marcus :- '2. '"CLEARMEDICATED! REFINING LOTION .-./ :)
Morrison bits A- .E. McCuUough '11( J
,by Cooperative employees .
., Postell, /L .. 3. BANISH! BLEMISH CREAM;. ;
business meeting was opened Mrs A E -Sever Shelby __ MEDICATED
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at 3:30 p. m. by President Evans Harry c '.: 4. :PROTECT! VELVETEEN / ,{
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by Marcus Morrison. Lucious Anderson Shady Grove =k .SHAMPOO! VELVETEEN MEDICATED .SHAMPOO' ,
:Manager A L Taylor introduced Methodist Church, L J'Livingston,' Tf = .

the guest speaker; Hon Charles W James Morgan, Mr- W K O'Neal, tT ? Ypo 6. GUARD! M I QATfeD 445 FORMLATIN4r.t :[ :- 4'I. '

: Administrator Southeastern Mrs. Carl Taylor, Mrs A E Hendry, .. "' '' J!
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Administration, who _a BIn Coody, Gordon Bass Mrs A TAmari For : < .vr- ,
; Power gave +rrr w ;t home.Study-help-see: ,; .: ,;*;> < 'r.
:f interesting talk on The Southeastern lyey Webb Lucious Anderson y : A
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.. Power Administration.. ,,His 'Jr, Mode."'Johnson,._ Margaret, "' :i'} ._ L" "' LOUISE. -; Bum>f '-;__-w't .+ -: .. <
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agent the Jim Woodruff W O :McCullough, Lillie Bellamy ; > "
marketing 1 JjtAcOEL 'REICHMlCN.4 'j .t :_
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Only transmission
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E ": Secretary of the Florida Municipal Haynes Mrs Lacy Cason,Solomon Hardy FLORIDA'S POWER NEEDS lines are 'shown and thousandsof. g ore _
Utilities Association and the Hon Wilson, .M C Burnett
Ken Smith State Representativefrom Moore, E R Norris Mrs Joseph M 1 -v miles of other lines are also' in

Taylor County Morris bveda Aldennan, Tip Faglie, This map ,shows the existing gen- show the -network.planned The heavy-dark' lines MADISON, -
construction
Mr Evans Waldrep 'In'"gIving the P eacola Smith, ,Mrs J J;{ :.ldathis, erating and transmission network through

i : president's report, expressed .appreciation I Ivanna Hester, Mrs F.H Williams, presently serving north Florida and 1964 well ahead which will keep the system EVERY DOLLAR
of the state's from Mad
Mathew :Mobley Lewis James,: power DiiDk-DIt PEPPER
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for the continued cooperation :-I peninsula Florida. Florida Power
: needs. Major power plants' are in- _. ison County deposited :
in f.
of the' membership during the I George Williams, M, C Woodard, Corporation, whose service area is ddicated by the round FIRST
symbols. Inset
': year. He stated that two years ago I Lillie Coleman, Mrs John Martin shown in -white, Florida Power & is .a small map showing the nation FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN

I the rates had been reduced some, Idiuna Bembry, Prince Jackson Light Company, Tampa Electric wide power grid of tHe investor- MRS CARRAWAy" P SMITH ASSOCIATION in PERRY has ,

I but the Co-operative is still making;I David Cone, Josephine Hall.Martha |Company and the Orlando 'Utilities owned,. busjnes&:.managed utilitycompanies DIES. IN JASPER BEEN RE-INVESTED
Starks, J Tad- IN
members. Our Solomon Mary W
money by adding new Commission, have announced ',a joint and how the Florida r
lock A C Ulm, D T Sessions, Z M MADISON "
financial position continues to' become and Mrs Carraway P Smith formerly COUNTY HOMES!
planning operation plan which system fits into the picture to give 51 ,,
Andrews, Mrs William Hale Wal-
more stable. During April of |makes the entire area 'of [Florida this nation the world's, largest and of Madison, died_ 'Tuesday, OUTBREAK OF FLU'
Board of Trustees ter Wilcox Robert Williams, J D
this deemed year it feasible your to refund all of Bush Jr Mrs Milton Parrish, Willie shown, a single unit for operating most reliable power grid, Sept 19, in the Jasper hospital Mrs EXPECTED IN FALL

: I Washington, John L Hill, David Smith, *' native of Coffee. County a
credits.
the 1952 capital _
I :. The treasurer's report showed Thigpen Dennis Tice Isaac WallaceSr WMAF SCHEDULE Com $1.10 in Jasper Ga.. graduated from Douglas Hi gl} Washington Outbreaks of influenza

i that the Cooperative's financial U L Mobley, Shelly Robertson '. School. She was crowned beauty are likely to hit the United \

S .... ,growth is sound and constantly in- Mrs M A Rutherford, Eddie Redd, queen of Coffee County while_ still States this fall and winter, the U S

.' creasing. Wallace Ragans-- Sutton Rosalie WEEK DAYS Mr and Mrs X. B Crandell were hi her teens. In early childhoodshe Public Health Service has

,, 'Manager Taylor gave an enlightening Williams Francis Bass, Mrs R L 6:00 SIGN ON ... visitors .in Alabama the first of the joined the Methodist Church. Dr Luther L predicted j
6:01 GOOD NEWS Terry, surgeon
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Willie Roberson, Arthur week.
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report on the operations of In 1929 she moved with .her
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6:10 WORLD & STATE NEWS par- urged immediate vaccination of:
stated that 180 Woods, Isssa B Terry, Johnnie -x-
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members Co-operative.had been added during.the Pryor, Mrs Sidney Russell,; Carrie 6:15 x FLORIDA FARM HOUR- Mrs John Dovjak !who entered the ents, Mr ,and Mrs J S Pridjen. Mr People with heart disease, puJmonary. ,;

k past twelve, months, and 178 new Lee Cook, George Miller, 'Muse Rob- 6:40. RUDY HAMRICKcouNTY local hospital Tuesday' and under- Pridjen was 'an: engineer' for the, _disease; diabetes and .other J't

i V V mercury arc lights installed. ertson. Ike 'Lewis, Robert. Salaman, AGENT (MON.- ,;WED.,-FRI-, went fcurgery Wednesday was re- G & 1? RR. Mrs> Smith attendedFSCW chronic illnesses; persons over 62; '

Mr Taylor stated that the board' Lonnie Wyche Jr Lujene Aikens, DAY) ported"'doing* well. In Tallahassee for-,*t1yo years. and pregnant women. .

.. of Trustees of the Cooperative were Isaac Manuel Jr, Charlie Alexander. 6:50 WORLD NEWS Latershe married Chief of Police These groups accounted for most

1! V in favor of federal transmission lines m'Bradley; L 'B' Boone, Juanita '6:55 STATE NEWS FOR FUEL OIL CALL Carraway P Smith of Madison.. of the 86,000 flu-triggered deaths (
:00 COFFEE TIME ..
Z '.: end that it was his hope that the Merritt, Mrs' :R L Grafton, ,Lizzie 7:25 MORNING SPORTS SHOW' C.>T. (Baddy) MeW liams, Jr In 1952Chlef: ands Mrs".Smith between- September; :1957, and

hydro-electric power from all the Whidlow, Rosalie Griffin, W I Me- : moved to Jasper '-Mrs Smith servedas ,.
7:32 COFFEE TIME A'3ENT, STANDARD OIL, CO. : March, 1960. ;
be tied together Cullough: J L Webb, W H Flowers, ..
dams in Georgia could t
7:40 REPORT TALLAHASSEE HU 3-2279 ,a teacher in' the 'Jasper : Methodist "We are probably due, for some
: Mrs Joe H Corbin Eddie. James
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(TUES. THROUGHSAT. -church until she resigned. because
_.- to all aynes, Otis M Williams G Taniels Asian .flu outbreaks, since they
to bring cheaper power preference ; ; Mr' and Mrs William of ill '
Alexanderleft health
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customers. R C Moore, E L Barrsr come two to three-year cycles, .
7:45 WORLD NEWS V Friday to return to their homein In addition to her husband Mrs
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Election of trustees in the three Early Tompkins, Lewis. Electric, Terry's'statement" aid,,"and ,we
7:50 STATE NEWS ..Harrisburg, Perm, from, a visit Smith leaves one son, John' Carra .,
Preston Lillie
Ragans,
districts was held. The following BJoseph, are overdue for type B flu outbreaks -
1 F 7:55 WEATHER .
NEWST here with
Caesar Bellamy, Lawrence .McDaniel, :' Mrs T F Hay and Mr wayone. sister, Mrs Myron,D John !
:' were elected for the ensuing- three- 8:00 COFFEE TIME' and Mrs Graham Wheeler' and at which. come in'four'to. six-
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Nathaniel 'Blackshear E L :AleX- and a largenumbe'r'of. -
year term of office: ; 9:00 MORNING DEVOTIONS"*. other places' ,the state. Mr and son Jasper; year cycles.

District. .1, Ralph ,Williams: District ander, Dorothy Albritton Moses 9:15 SWEET MUSIC TIME .., Mrs Garland Wheeler and three friends, in Jasper and Madison. "The most tragic aspect of flu,

t 2. Evans_ Waldrep, .District! 4, ;Perkins, Mrs W H Bailey fir; Quincy 9:3a MARY BLAINE' TIME% '; children who had also been' guestsof Among', the numerous flowers" ,were he added, "is that it is fatal to somany

Dalton Mercer, Young Mrs J Ff :Aman Herman 9545; .MUSICAL INTERLUDE. the Wheelers and Mrs Hay, have wreaths. ,from, John's .-.5th, grade people who In spite of their
Hall Mrs Melvin Webb C L Milford ,
Following is a list of the winners -
10:00 MUSIC UNLIMITED returned to their home in Snyder; classmates and Boy Scouts. ,. ; or chronic impairments could
age ,
; of the Cooperative's annual list of ,.- James Thomas, Millie Moore, -
11:15 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- Texas. A"numSer
prizes: Mrs J E Bass; G W _Young W C GA 1, ...... of friends from here otherwise enjoy many. more years

,, STOVE ....; Tom Oliver. wOods- Antioch AME -Church, Mri 11:30 RECORD SESSION '- SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ,several attended the ;funeral" in Jasper* of relatively good health;;,

-' HOT WATER HEATER W :.- B .F Killiiigsworth- Viola Wallace,' 11: (SOCIAL 'SECURITY PRO- top-of-the lineGE appliances at Wednesday. C P Kelly and, R C

._ mond Ivey. :Mack* Tillman D A Wyche Paul GRAM TUESDAY) Howerton Supply Co. Home were honorary pallbearers.,: Miss Roberta Selman V was the j jI
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:L. GRILLJ Mrs George Rykardl. Coffee Mrs George Cook, Joe Williamson .- 11 50 STORK CLUB (MONDAYONLY Mrs D M Wilson If of O'Brien in week end guest of. her: parents Mr
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r IRONS Mrs .J E Pickles; Ella I Smith Sales, Augusta :D ) ; '* Ii : Mrs" Mattie Croce, In' renewingfor I.and ,Mrs Buford Selman;'enroute to
? renewing t for the homer
: Mae Williams Ike Wallace, Fred I Aikens, Fred Vaughn, Mrs V T 11:55 YOUR FLORIDA GARDEN paper, the home paper, says that Gainesville from a two weeks' vaca-

:'" Carter, ,Abraham Williams,. ,Joe :Alderman, Sarah JI Steen, Mrs J R 12:00 WORLD NEWS writes, I don't want to miss "ah Robbie and Curtis write that they tion trip to the New Ehgland

:', Holloway, W J Grubbs, W C Cruce. Andrews, Florence E Harrell M 'G 12:15 NOONTIME NOTES. issue.; enjoy reading the home newspaper States, Niagara Falls and points in

: R C Bishop. Mrs BS Buchanan, .Steen, Sammie Lee Franklin, Curtis 12:30 TALK-OF THE TOWN and hearing>f.rotn.h4fIle.. Canada and also Washington, D Cs

: Oscar Montgomery, :Maggie'Perk-Johnson and Joe Branch Jr. 12:40 FARM NEWS: 1

::.. ings/ James,, Finlayson and A ..C 12:45 STATE NEWS '

v :i. Davis. FOR, FUEL OIL CALL 12:50. PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- "If you're .proixiof i if r

v :' PERCOLATORS Mrs Jimmy C. T. (Buddy) tfcWffliams,. Jr. .t V GRAM ,

.- Ragans, J C Parker' Sam Proctor. AGENT; S'T'ANDriCQ: 12-55': WEATHER: NEWS ] briito't tkj j
PearVHlhtonCLOCKS -- --
and HU: 3-2279 1:00 HILLBILr.Y.HIT PARADE ,
,. .- --:. Leon Andrews; New (FROM THE PASTOR'S '

'" Home Baptist. Church Jessie Whor- COUNTY-WIDE STUDY WEDNESDAY) 'North Florida Fair F!

: ley, John Pickles, Mrs W E', Ward; MEET. 2:00 GOSPEL TIME ? V .

I j Mattie tee Athens, Mrs' E F 'Aman, A 2:30 PUBLIC SERVICE. r PROGRAM ',f.
,*: ...: Walter !Richardson, Mrs' H J Guess meeting county-wide was held Methodist here 'men's _. Got 31 Nov. 4

:j. and :Mrs W C Kilpatrick I night in with Tuesday 2:45 MUSICAL ntrERL'tmE
Fellowship hall
about 3:00 AFTERNOON....MELODIES f .
TOASTERS O A D'A.
Simmons ,
i sixty attending from each church in -'3:40t ..PUBLIC'HSERVICTr'PRO.GRAM -
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-- May MraircE MeachamT'LlttieMlfler the county and from '
the Jennings Mrs A {(E Fraleigh his returned
s!te ''' OTH church. '
ti -, Home and Sammie.
h ; 4:00 RECORD REQUEST from spending a month in Asheville
Ashley Bob Lay president of the local 5:45, SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS N C and a .vjsit in Spartanburg,

OVER HEAD LIGHT Ellen club presided when the Men's Retreat 5:55 REPORT FROM TALLA, S C with Mr and Mrs R Z Gates. :

Dixbn.. : at Leesburg Oct 8-9 was'-dist HASSEE ( MONDAY, S '
'' '* cussed. Twelve men are '
OUTSIDE expected THROUGH VA
I UGHT'11rs Ralph DAY)
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Williams. I to attend. A thirty-minute film on 6:00 WORLD NEWS Lawn Mower Parts and
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f hurricane Donna was shown. .
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RADIO ,D A_ Anderson. 6:15 TWILIGHT TUNES g-
1 I -The Audrey ;Newman Circle serveda ,
6:59 SIGN OFF '. A
LIGHT BULBS: Raymond Shef menu of baked ham vegetables, FIVE MINUTE NEWSCAST "BE-' 'V .SehrkeMcWlLUAMS t

j .:fild1.LeY: Alderman, 1t Pisuapusi cake and coffee .' '
FORE: THE HOUR NEWS -
gan : Church, Ernest Aikens. : From, Broil can;- it 'different treatment for
ac aead44-chilltd
I HEADLINES & O N GARAGE -
Mrs Eva, .Strickland, R W V Coke,! HALF HOUR. WEATHER- / .' [ dessert. ,Rfejnbimo every rich! ) *dr good neighbors call it, bet It Is I
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V Mose Dopson, Jr, Kelly Bailey, 'BROTHER DIES-, ;SUNDAY SCHEDULE? } rkhlBTegetabIeoilsnotlwlterfat.. ( _"_
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Mrs Lonnie T Davis Mrs H H -
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t Williams, Caesar' Steen. Daisy Lee Vernice Earl Hendry. 55.of, 7:30 TRAVELING -

% Brooks, EZell Miller, Emma Tompkins Perry died Saturday in a Tallahassee 7:55 NEWS -

i .. J M 'Kinsey, R**Pinson, Mrs hospital and 'funeral services 8:00 GOSPEL,HYMN TIME "
8:30 SHOWERS OF BLESSING
Elson :Myers Janie Wilson, L C were held Monday afternoon in the 8:45 WORLD NEWS -: : -... :
Glass, Mrs L B Stewart,,Alice Dob- Church of, God in Perry :
8:50 STATE AND WEATHER
son Mrs J W Tadlock B J Mobley, Survivors include three daughters .NEWS '; : r s ,
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:Elizabeth:: Haynes Leon Andrews two sons, fourteen grandchildren' 8:55 MORNING SPORTSStiOW

Joe Alexander. Will Shaw. J B two brothers and six,sisters. One 9:00 JIMMY STROUD .

Whitty, Mrs Buck Bass Samuel E of the brothers. Is Roosevelt, Hendry,. 905 MORMON ,CHOIR ... f .. .-

Wyche. Leroy. Rutherford. W H I of Madison, and Mrs Wash Johnson"" 9:30: LIGHT &. ,LIFE HOUR V :V
Dickey! Ethel Givens Louise Black. :
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E ,1I .Blauy, %yime&ayson,"j MKW1M :1:\loon d'I.:. of J ytbeisisters.. t.... ; *---. 10:05 SONGS OF- FAITH : _

Terry J H Calhoun W CTJtlfTeton **-?'?* 10:32 MEDITATION FORT SUNDAY -

Jr. Enoch: \V1l1iar s. JArhbik i ..Mt Albert ;Classjfc f Eastman, Ga. -. --Jt '

Cruqe. ,', J ,:.i ,Andrews* John- returned--,home Wefeesday| .frem; a :47'UDE, 2 TO WpRSHIP.- : s' 1 _

a zoi I-tCJj.1k. OIIliier..JpnpingsArthur' Visit wth'fefearents/ Mr, and 11:00:; CQMMUNnY. CHXJRCH.. y
y w ..J8T1t. eyidr til3 GamWe,> '..Mack 1 jfrsiFred .<&*% *nd >Ir and bins 12:00 WORLD NEWS ""* : .- .'

,- ,W.iiy.Aikf"Sf, Apostle SolojEiugheyy -I Lewis 1 ._:: 12U5 NOONTTMfi: NOTES' FwL.'f -

... ;00 moD,. $rs t tH ;, ,TheadoreTssipkins I .Z- 12:30: GOSPEL C6NCERTALL Sr 6 -- f }

:'-- .. R R Bass. "Mrs L J Lang;j iHAMBURGERS A-PLENTY_ 1255 NEWS i. The 1962 Mercury Cornet retains its own dfcjfo }ive Identity but has significants i

ford, Mrs Reba Williams. Fannie 1:00 PROTESTANT HOUR ;Jrtylla* Siange* this year. Hie Mercury; nametlse front hood since 4
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new
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Hall, : : MaeJohnson. '
1:30 HOUR OF DECISION #'a cI {, of tie compat becomes one of te: efatries In,"the complete .
Mercury linefappearance b
: 60 people received 2 lights 2:05nIE SUNDAY DRIVER- Ilk" '
ALSO REGULAR DENNEES } t e.CoIBet for 1912 liIc1ude.8 comp1fteJl"n eass
r U :r : new grille
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J. Council executive Board
= Don't let cold weather catch you with your;'
held
.its, ;first
meeting of the school
4 ,fuel oil supply down! ,Let vs.. fill. your .: ,
year pn Saturday, September 9, in ,
tank now and be ready ,to 'turn on the '-' .
; the .
1 new Madison, ,High. School LIbrary
heat" At the 'first drop in :the tempera .. Students who attended were Thft Falcon:four-door sedan highlights the compact car'i new styling for 1962.While .

ture! Call ,us. Irwin Uhn President still."distinctively Falco the Ford features ,,
i --- -_ of Madison; top-selling compact a new grille, _
a Tommy Varnes, Vice-President of new.front fenders and hood and larger taillights, but still retains the inslde-outsid* i .-:. J .

"tt Cross City; Betty Pickels, Corresponding dimensions of its predecessors.' On the Interior, the instrument cluster has been <

k s Secretary of Madison; El- .revamped and there are new fabrics, styles and colors for all models. The new' :; A ;

t H 1 don Dugan,Recording Secretary of Falcon line, to be introduced by Ford ,dealers on_ September 29,. will feature a total ...."- -
Crtoss XStyjr Annette. of 13 mOde '- _
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bk Pugh, 'Reporter7of- Tampa i ; Jack Stewart Hudson Dance ClassesI
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'I'I 0 1 ( ; District.":Representative. W* : : am interested in organizing
i of Winter Park ''
I ; Mary Frances :
i .. : dance classes in Madison
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AGENT, STANDARD OIL CO. Tallahassee Winn-Dixie Reports BALLET TAP-BALL ROOM
.. rlI JII M ; Judy Bass, District
Z; ,.. ,MADISON, ,FLA. Representative of Madison; Richard: Miss Eleanor_ Louise, ;SteWart, Anyone interested, please

Terrell, Ira cannon Pat Elkins; Good Year' daughter of 1dr' and MrsB.. J contact i

Portraiture NEW POWER LINE ADDITION Deloris Walker, and Theressa High- Stewart of Jacksonville, Fla be- $S NANCY SPELL

STRENGTHENS: "POWER POOL" tower, officers;'o! the Taylor County came the bride of Clarence:.Robert 1810 Oak' St. Valdcsta
i-Iorida is Net sales and Ga.
Power Corporation
.. High School Council of Perry; and earnings of Winn- Hudson son ,of :Mr and Mrs A J 32tchMERLE
Restricted currently engaged in a vast pro- Dixie Stores, Inc which. .
t operates Saturday
i Peggy Tuten and James Pickets of ,Hudson of, Jacksonville.
k. g-:1 to strengthen the already 536, supermarkets! in this section '
exiting: and adequate "power pool"of the Madison y High School Library Sept 16th, in Arlington Baptist IS JUST AWAY
and
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high-voltage transmission 'lines CounciL Sponsors who attended were church. The Rev' Kenneth G Hudson -

and electric generating plants that were-'Miss Audrey Newman of the the highest- on record during the officiated. 'at' the double ling
J '. fiscal year ended, July '1, was announced I 'cannot say, and I will not say,
has for many years supplied and State Department of Education, ceremony. '. _, That Merle is dead she Is just
away
kept well ahead of the needsof in the annual report ,to \ of Lan- <
power Tallahassee; Mrs S H Gaylord, stockholders. Mrs Hudson is a graduate With a: kiss and smile and a wave
this fast-growing state, it was Tampa; Miss'Kate Wharton of Whiter don High .School and is employedby of the hand
Ii reported this week by W .Clapp, An increase .of 7.92 percent in .
s Park Miss Virginia :Maxwellof the Bell: Telephone Co.
: ; She. has wandered into an unknownland. ,
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of the net
president earnings over the -
; company. Perry; and Mrs Ruby' Ulm of previous year Mr Hudson is a graduate of the .
An important feature of the was attained and Ii
program 6.31 in-
J Madison. Visitors who attended! percent 1957 class of Madison High' School And left us dreaming how very fair
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is a 75-mile transmission line
'I. of an entirely new design through were :Mr S H Gaylord of Tampa, crease was recorded in sales Presi- and is employed by H ItS TruckCo It must be. since Merle_ lingers there, .
dent A ,D and'Board '
Davis Chairman And for here with the
he heart of'central Florida. The }tev William Ligon of Madison, of Jacksonville F1& us aching
James E Davis reported.. .
line will strengthen the entire FPC .Sandra Ulm of Florida State Uni- The couple, are making their yearn,
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\ ;i y'"Vv system by providing additional interconnections 'versity, and Mrs E' C Davis and Total sales of'Winn-Dixie for: the home at 1640 East Rd, Southside. ,: For Merle's same smile, and. glad
:fiscal year (53 weeks) were $767, return.
with oiit-of-state Mrs Frances :Pickels of Madison.. in Jacksonville. "
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'c: power, companies as well as pro The program began at '9:30 a ,m 034,880 compared ,with $721,532, Let us think of her smiling on. As

....4 '! ,ride alternate routes ,of delivery topopulation with refreshments served in the 377 for the preceding year. The 5 Dear. I
.! centers within the state. company has shown an' increase in THE. NEW LOOK IN In the Love of There as the Loveof
the
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homemaking department
'Jt.l The construction of the 110,000 volt sales for 27 consecutive years and TRANSPORTATION: Here. .
;.. high school. At 10:00) A M.. the Think of Merle still the same I .
line is well say. ,
nad is -
underway "
expected continues to rank,,seventh in annual
to be completed by the end meeting was calledtto i /Order'by sales volume in the chain food store I, ."Piggy ck-The New .Look in Merle is not dead She' is,just away.
Irwin Ulm, President. Mr' Wiley In remembrance of our, daughter
of the year. Using ,a new type pre- Transportation" ,is the provocative
'Photos. of politician {for the stessed: concrete "H". frame structure SIrmans Principal of'.Madison High industry.,: ., I title of an, address by J W' Plant, Merle on her, 17th* Birthday, Sept.

,,,., for 'the .first, time rthe power School welcomed*,:pur guests and Net earnings after taxes %were manager of Trailer-Train: Service 18th.Her :'
'.occasional. line is designed so that the voltagecan explained the significance of this $17,050,589. 'or" $1.34 per common, for the Atlantic -coast Line Railroad Mother, MRS HARRY BASS .'>\

r '*E-R ; be stepped up within a 'few meeting, it being the first .B'roup' to share ,compared with $1.25 for the 'to be 'given at' the fourth .
q:.: 1\ PHOTO SERVICE
: ,' years' to 220.000 ,volts for even' preceding year. The company has Business session of the FFVA
use the library. Irwin gave"response a "
new
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greater efficiency and'bigger loads. to this welcome. Jack shown'- an' increase in net earningsfor
The program, is part' of a nation with each, of. the past 19 years. Net ) convention at the Americana -
.f : Celebrates Birthday wide plan by investor-owned electric Davis, the assistance of Rev earnings on. .sales were 2.22 percent' Hotel. .Bal,.Harbour, Friday, September The Burnette gin up to Wednes- ;
companies to spend $8. billion for William Ligon presented the de compared with 2.19 percent 'last ': 29. day had ginned 1065.bales of cotton
;,; electric transmission votional. Following the devotional ," -
power facilities .
ADd Makes Three Sales year. < : this season. They' expected to gin
I through 1970; Clapp said. Betty Pickels introduced' the guests; .Y. r EVERY DOLLAR from Madison two -or" three hundred more bales

sponsors, and officers..' After the .. ._ ,- r in FIRST -
County deposited before' the season closes. -
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.;. .Realtor I i of the drawingOf GLOB .
;; ; .. Broadus Willoughby had GRADUATES AT VIRGINIA introduction guests MEETS FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN -
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: .'..the unusual experience on Friday BEACHPfc door prizes, was held. Everyone m m fm '

"., *'Sept. 15th of celebrating_ his 61st that was fortunate enough to receive The: Barbara Memorial H,D Club ASSOCIATION in' PERRY has types Mechanical Repairs

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:'estate sales. He said if he had had Fort Story, Va with the U S gifts. These prizes'were graciously D Agner. .Mrs B M Williams gave MADISON COUNTY HOMES 1 McWBLLIAMS GARAGE"Isn't .

.._-, time he would have had party.; Army, graduated Sept 15th after donated by the local merchants.Miss an interesting devotional, usIng St .' -

." ..Anyway,. we say Happy Birthday :two weeks training from an Amphibious Audrey Newman gave If short John 15, as Scripture reference.. 'A'iI; .

;Broadus,, and more of the same Reconnaissance School conducted talk about the ;state organizationand The Business was ele tionof

_J good: luck! 'I under Marines at Little its purpose. officers for the coming year. They, it fun

,I '.,:.The, sales included a three-bed- Creek Naval Base. Virginia Beach, Following this talk the business !are: Resident, Mrs Glengle Little- n: 4
t"' house in Hancock Terrace to Va. meeting began. ..Plans were made ton; Vice-President, "Mrs- ;Beulah_ r to romp on warm r

Mr and Mrs F J Mobley who. are He is the son of Mr and Mrs W for implementing the councils pro- Downing; Sec-Treas. Mrs Helen ,:. ,

moving here from Live Oak. He E Wilson, Sr at Cherry Lake, Fla. gram and activities.' Two, important Agner. floors ?" ..

will be, with Independent Ins Co. He and 'his wife reside at Virginia objectives of the council are; to Committee Chairmen: Family cozy ,
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., ;an Lot. NQ, 11 in Livingston Spring Beach... :improve library practices and promote Life, Mrs Beulah Downing; Home A ':

.. f Acres. to .Mr and Mrs Carl''' SewelL higher school library standards Improvement, 'Mrs Geneva Harris;
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**:/.;Three and two-thirds-acre, tract 'ON CONVALESCENT LEAVE, '"- ; and to arouse interest in libraries Food Conservation, Mrs Carrol Ag f r
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J en tHe Hopewell Road to ,Live Oak and librarianship as a ner; 4-H, Mrs Charlie: Tibbals.

':'MGas Co for a bulk tank .location, Freddy Burnett is .expected home career. In line with these aims the Health and Safety, Mrs Bessie 3 .
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e"" mile south fo town. this week end from Walter Reed Florida High School ,Library Council Rutherford; Clothing, Mrs Eva' E M"I
.1f6 ', hospital where ,he underwent surgery has established a library !scholarshiP Strickland;' "Food "an n" 'N'f ririlon:

oil-4:; .,.'. ...., KICKED BY COW .on Labor day for. 'a 'back' Jn- .- .It was l gr; ntett' -for the first Mrs B M Williams; Chlid ,Care,

.-...... ,,. jury. He has been stationed. at the tine, this year.' A girl from Jacksonville Mrs Ruby Littleton }
.Ia rm Townsend was kicked on thefright Army Chemical Center at Fort was the, recipient and is Mrs R L. Crafton was in chargeof

.- leg by a cow at the.st. Meade, Md. and'was in the hospital attending Florida State University.The the program" which was The
there before transferring to Walter
11' _Yard Tuesday, which was quite Reed He will be at home. Board made arrangements for New Look in H 'D-and planning for
.' on a '
::painful, though no bones were bro- thirty to sixty day convalescent this scholarship to have a sound the coming year in Club work Delicious :-

", .:; :.'.ken.. He was able to be out Thursday leava.at the home of his parents financial basis so that it will be refreshments, of assorted

.*, ,. morning. '1: MLand Mrs Kenneth Burnett. granted annually. Plans were also cookies chips;, cake and iced *. tea
made for the annual convention to the social hour S
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be held at the Methodist Youth The next meeting_ -will- be in the iin. ii-

Camp at Leesburg in_ the spring.At home of Mrs: Rubye Littleton.j j '

1:00 P M we adjourned for

lunch in the school cafeteria. Lunchwas LIONS CLUB .I

prepared for the guests by MrsE ] s y. i

C Davis, and Mrs Frances ,Pick- The' program at:'the' Lions' .Club I

els. After lunch there- was a' tour meeting Tuesday consisted' ofl" a

Yt of North Florida Junior College. film of the hurricane Donna which I ,

realistically pictured the destruction I ... -,
ROTARY CLUB wrought last year by that hurricane

The hunting, ticket given the ....
At the Rotary Club meeting Wednesday -: Club by the Madison Hunting Club, 1 t

i.. Bob Lay showed a. film of was auctioned off by James. Har: give your family
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f \ the hurricane. Donna, which caused, dee. and brought forty dollars. Each i I healthier, happier, warmer ;

so much destruction just .a year bidder paid the difference between: home with a beautiful, new ;',..
ago., Mr Lay had. the loan of :the his bid and the preceding bid. Feed] "

film from Miami and showed it at' Naugbton was the' sucessful bidder.i r l

three meetings here in Madison. iI I SIEGLER fOIL

Prof Wile y Sirmon was received Relatives visiting, Ifr and Mrs W .

e f ... "-' .as*a, member and 'J B Davis was. a B Davis .J .,hereto: attend the: funeral -I HOME HEATER

+ . 1 A new additloDtO-&cP? 'J"C' it't1e: i'. 1ft y aunt Mr; and .
sister-in-law. and. were. < "teTEnTR: has the He,bcdlt-m Blower fi ttea extfaswe ..'
i I -- (lop) a standard, foordoor.c (? i '
7 ;!. ....olated wood eaueiortiim- : thar i ]N r*;_... ._., 1'VIlla 1- %hisses:Hart :Tomlinson and Mary 'and' Mrs ft J "cam; and son :Inner Bmi Ts&ea t&Tpte you ih comfort
,,b I '.v, ,J aei ..The Fakon ,Squirts IAa,"dres.ed-ar" luxury w4M'.. 'W4tlnd : ttd (Grojss leave;=today to return id Buddy,. ,Mr. :-Lillian: __ 'Bishop. and Mrs zoinck of SUPER FLOOR HEAT Come&aad -
: i basic advantage*of Falcon economy. ma0en, ''j-.' : lick far. a slmaoabaa aadd ire tioir rinse new
Tallahassee
Peabody College! :in Nashville, Tenn.. Lucille- Cotton. -all': of.
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"the aeeoad teat_eoererted, the;:Secure'J oet :a Wfc flat:_ad level Seller wSTpayfor toelf with
1 t.cargo, epaee-of,more Hum 76cufcte feet.The Deluxe defc Wa.oboOom --': Mr and -Mrs' :Dozier Hendry of, the fuel it-IIY .
( ) la erne of;three;famHr fMI vehicle being offered laFortT. ,H E McArthur returned home Shady Grove and son Dozier of the
;! Falcon Mae la 196t:T&r Deluxe Club Wag oeaipMdt to Sunday from Archbold hospital, .
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elfbt or nabaaftl't.' into camping ..u. a, University of Florida; Mrs Frank '
__ carry paMcngrn
where he under treatment forseveral t
trope, b.e.e. m wheela,?er;aa aR-Wowi sky vehicle:wStk'Mi. v was o' -* Frohock of Greenville; Mr and Mrs Western Auto Associate Store ;,.
.r..wc feet of cargo apace...The big ooabie-daor: .cwiaa;back to giveopeufng days. Thomas Logan of' Naples .and .. '-.
"" '-aWe of nore lhaa' 49 IMIa& Thto wagon fea a a K'
z f ..iela .. laterior with.a two lone.pirated'vinyl trim. chume canted Ci .i Messrs Bill and Ralph. ,Bishop of J. J. SALE. -TR., Owner : :
51.11 Jtsper
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\ ,-r. By L. C. Bruner ;

(Soil Conservation Service) f' MERCH
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-, i1 j t Howard Bissland Biologist for .- PAVING- OF ALL- TYPES. -_ .., : < ; ".

the Soil Conservation Service, and ... Subdivisions- -.Parking Lots LIMIT

John: D Griffin, Area, Conservationist I" .' '" Expiro!

F ti assisted the personnel; of the Phone- '752-5262- Lake CityJ'; 'Florida'< >:'

Madison Soil Conservation District .
GLASS STORE FRONTS ;
i with the killing of rovgh fish in a "

two-acre pond on the Hickstown .

t .. 'fl '': '" Ranch of Elzie May. Mr Bissland Columbia Glass & Paint Co. TI

.J .f! ,.. .'j:. spread 'fiye percent rotenone at' the 'k0t
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rate of. three per !acre
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., I. :::.:, ':-" PaPBusBTfor I Cora ; thirty minutes sucker bream, 3 .
FREEREGISTER ,
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: : to ,the surface for air. About three !.

T1 fourths of a barrel of suckers, two ": .
; J A M TCHELL MILLING CO. I Ii FORChait N1+
cat-
gallons of bream> and several s Saturday, September 23 FM1iwsw.
\ : fish were: .removed from the pond. and Glider Set DOUBLE FEATURE .. -
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.r sY 2-2051 JASPER I hli
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t i <>: ,,.. i The amount of rotenone to use in ONE FOOT IN: HELL, Technicolor -or

; r la. pond depends .on ,the strength, of to be given away atSEPTEMBER starring Alan Ladd, DonMur-;:
# .. e' ':If J it 'i five per-cent, I ray, Dolores Michaels. After his 'wife '
: ::;; HI-FI FOUR-COLOR the poison. : _
*- .,'.=. Gas RangesEZ NEWSPAPER REPRODUCTIONAn apply three to five pounds per acre- Ij mind died-he Revenge.had only'His one hatred thought was In

foot (43,500'cub1c' feet) of water. j
TERMS than
deeper his soul and turned
Use only fresh material. Mix the ,him into "a maniac that couldn't

...' :i('!, ',. I MesserBattery American automobile manu- powder in a tub< with plenty of water i stop. ,
.:t.'> "':'-l '4 jl facturer is giving readers of today's Thoroughly mix She poison.into the
: TROUBLE IN THE SKY starring
Enterprise-Recorder 'a''filllcolor '. dfstri -
l u: : & TiresksoiCub Co. preview of some of the cars in 'its pond waterA throughout good Way the to .,:wateris = Michael Craig, Peter "C Shing, Y'
: bute poison 30 .
Elizabeth Seal. Terror,
; ,., 1962 line through an exciting new in the air '
ard"'motor QUANTITY
{.' .to anchor an'out in when a storm'hits.. Nervous .'
printing technique ,called Hi-Fi -. passen- ,
i 1 : which makes possible four-color the pond basin. gers hold their breath as they 'watcha .. .. RIGHTS
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HOSPITAL <
*. : newspaper reproduction that rivals Poison water 'only during warm l NEWS brave crew and learned a 'fe\v .r.- > RESERVED

the color quality of the world's weather, because when temperatureis secrets .of jet aircraft travel. Car- .

:' .. And'World Affairs finest, magazines. ', high the effects of the poison Admissions: Alvin Vaughn, Mrs toon.- ...
Studebaker-Packard, the South within 10 days to<
I usually disappear Betty Anderson Billy Hart; Mrs Jo Sunday-Monday, September 24, 25 ..,'
'..;,..,.... -. ,Bend, Ind., builder of the famous 2 weeks.. There appears to be little Ann Rowell CIMARRON, Metrocolor starring -'" ,
Mrs Mae
Dell Webb,
Rev Carl Stewart, a long-time Lark automobile, is the first US, or no danger in putting rotenonein Mrs .Connie Hardee 1.1rs- Glenn Ford, Ann Baxter Maria
rte:, missionary in .Cuba, painted af. I auto manufacturer to 'make. use of water which is used for livestock Myrtle: Schell Russ Tamblyn. See the land
f. island and this relatively new technique and its Lewis, Mrs Kate Devane, Ellis ,
gloomy picture of that of providing you follow directions. This rush-an: experience you will never-
full-page advertisement in Drew, Dorman Surles Mrs Nona
today's ,
s :: world affairs_ in a talk at the Methodist poison seems to affect only cold- forget. He tamed the territory but .,r
s -;,- Y church last Saturday evening. paper represents big ,news in .the blooded animals.Cheirrylake. Dice. Jack Cash.Discharges couldn't tame himself. A Flamboyant : rr
} ic-/ -, He also spoke at the Sunday morn world of communications. I : Mrs Connie, Hardee, chapter of Americana; the

';.L: ., ing services in the church. No less than 38.3 million four- Mrs Mary Lou Livermoore, Mrs. birth of a state and one of the .'

'" Dr Stewart said that the people. color Hi-Fi pages were printed for Wilma Ellington and baby girl, Mrs greatest stories set in. a wild and :' ,. '

;,' of Cuba had been robbed, and the insertion 'in nearly 400 selected U ,News Venera 'Smith, Mrs Libby Cruce, untamed land,-ever filmed. Cartoon. :,.,
S newspapers, the largest single S
-. poorest and worst prepared on the "
*. Billy Hart, Mrs Ola Mercer, Mrs Tuesday-Wednesday Sept. 26 '27 r : ;
island were now in charge of affairs press run of its kind, for the techni- JIMMY'S HOME
.v Betty Anderson, Mrs THE SECRET WAYS, starring
Margarete
., ; there. He called the island ruined, que to date. Friends are rejoicing with Mr and j.
and said he would not, give fifteen The color pages were preprintedin Mrs E. R Carryl at the homecomingof Tolar Mrs Gertrude Ouzts, Mrs Richard Widmark, Sonja Ziemann. .
cents for it.Democracies. three-foot-diameter. rolls, weighing -their son Jimmy. Jimmy better Ina 'Pert, Alvin Vaughn Mrs Mae Behind the iron curtain, each u..i uN lt

are on trial today, i' 500 pounds each that were de known to many as the "Miracle Dell Webb and baby girl, Mrs Jo shadow could hide a death. Eacht 1

1 he said, and they have failed in livered here for overprinting of Boy" is at home now convalescingfrom Ann Rowell. man could be an enemy. Intrigue -

\ many places. The Communists have loeaI'ditorial matter on ,the reverse heart :surgery at' the Gainesville BABY WEBB and heart-stopping suspense as '\. :': ... .Rosedall

F; _" one purpose he said, and that was side of the ad and, the imprinting Medical Center at Gainesville, Air,1and Mrs James Webb of Madison lone American CartoonThursdayFriday engineers a daring : : .4
: ,of local dealer informationon escape. t..
to gain power, and he went on to Fla.' ,
the ,of baby girl,
are parents a :
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a1 ." say that this country was in great a one-column strip to the rightof Jimmy will' still need:special care. September '28, 29 -5 xlndio"Spam
.' born Sept 15. She weighed 8 IDs s
the r
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danger. rest and 'help, but ,is very happyto THE SINS OF RACHEL CADS ;;
1 ;-:. : He urged'people'to pray, to build Three-thousand of these rolls- be home 4 ozs., ,, Technicolor..starring: :Aneip Dickiri. '
,-' F fallout shelters, to be a united some 600 tons-were needed for 4-H MEETING Admissions: Annie Doris Jones b "ledJr' LI
GIRLS, son,. Peter Finch. $ .s
4 :;:. :: ", people and not to get into any as-I the car builder's announcement ad. Cherry Lake 4-H Girls meetingwas Roberta 'divens,. Lillian Sanders, tween God's \tork acid::die.. urging).' S .

sociation. for peace organizations. Fifty acres of. 'timber in northern I held Thursday at the school. Nathaniel Burnett, Chrystelle of her flesh-What could ,'she tell! (
F The speaker was a 'gUest in the Canada-;about 11,000 trees in all- '
Officers for -the ensuing year are: Aikens. these people? That sin was wrong
the Touchton home while here. He were cut down to provide the Sharon Bland president.. Glenda< Taylor, Annie
Discharges: Mary for them-and right for her. The
;; ,,,: was a supper guest of Mr and Mrs special newsprint used for the Hi-Fi Tish Thig- *
and
? "-, Clark vice president DorisJones, Nathaniel Burnett, story of a spinster nurse caught In -
h ;= ., Bill Powell and campaign. *
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..I -, family Saturday.evening. pen, secretary. Walter Smith, Della Whitfield, a web of self conflicts. Cartoon. r
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If 38.3 million
the .
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ads .were laid end-to-end, they Chrystelle Aikens and baby girl. '
'. would extend 13,750 miles. Sunday was Sunday School ,Rally A baby girl was, born to King '
Drink ML PEPPER
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: -"f. Day at the Methodist church.
:-:::{ .. Mr and Mrs Bobby Ragans and Hi-Fi traces its origins back to H. D. CLUB and Chrystelle Aiken of Madison, .. .. '
: : .- childrenof Orlando were weekend Germany 50 years ago and has I Cherry Lake H D Club met' Sept ,Sept 17. Weight, 4 Ibs, 3 ozs. ... -
::;:; f guests of Mr and Mrs Henry been highly developed in the. Euro-! i
15th with Mrs Almon Zipperer, .
:';.,' ie',, ..: :"Ragans and Mr and Mrs Phil pean press. American use'of the > SHOWER HONORING: .
.t,; technique started some three agent at the clubroom. HONORED AT SHOWER .
BRIDE-ELECT .
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ago and it has been most'succes$- -
3. '>, FOR ELECTRONIC ful with food and home products. pres; Mrs L Roffe, vice-pres; Mrs J Miss, Dale Carpenter; brideelectof Mrs J T Brinson's_ home was the

'."'-' Studebaker's use of the, techniqueis Thigpen, sect'y and Mrs' Lanning. Sunday was honoree at a kitchen scene of a lovely party Tuesday

: : Piano TuningCALL expected to start an auto indus- treas. and, delegate.The shower Monday evening given by evening when Mrs Brinson, Mrs
try trend toward this type of ad- program included covering at Beasley Cole and Mrs Pat Millinor 4f
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Miss Linda Gail Harris the homeof
to match shoes. Refreshmentswere :
.. vertising and encourage other manufacturers purses were hostesses at a, miscellaneous
to try the new medium. served. Mrs C' C Armstrong.The shower in honor of Miss Jean Ra-
W. T. RYCROFT Rev and Mrs J R Collins' returned held in the
The Hi-Fi ad was designed by affair was gar- gans,' bride-to-be of October. Thirty /
D'Arcy Advertising ,Company of from visiting* relatives and friendsin den that was brilliantly lighted and guests(attended. .
Phone? : Cherry Lake 8389 'or' New York City, which handles all South Carolina, Alabama and arrangements flowers in autumn The hvingroom mantel held a

Write: Rt. 3 Madison. Fla. Studebaker-Packard advertising. Georgia. Enroute they visited Mr shades of purple and gold were beautiful arrangement of coral vine

and Mrs Jerry Painter and baby at '
and I
placed at points of interestA center lavender dahlias and marigolds e .
Savannah, Tenn.
of interest was the beautiful were arranged on tables. HOLSOMPeanut
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In services The men,on of Sunday the church during conducted the absence bride doll on the gift table. Miss ,Ragans''Opened her many '
-t Valdosta beautiful gifts assisted by Mrs Gerald S BIMERCHANTS
winner of the
of the pastor: from Cherry Lil Harris was Bland.

Lake Baptist church. They were: prize in a ,game played by the I Assisting" serving ice
cream
J' 4)4--: -. Horace Weaver, Bob :Milner Walter guests. I and individual cakes were Misses ... LB
Roberts and Mr Hurst. :Miss Carpenter was assisted by Brinson )JAR
Rosemary Ann Ragans and
NEW WMU CIRCLEA Miss Harris in opening her many at=' -
Y Harriet Gandy.
The Place To new WMU Circle for night "
I .: Shop Is. meeting was organized Tuesday tractive .gifts. The hostesses presented theirhonoree
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Mrs C C Armstrong, }.trs--Walt r 'with. gifts"'br"silver and ..., :
night at the Baptist 'church. This r s arc' L.:
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Miss Linda Walker, and china in her chosen patterns.. "
Harris,.
i circle is for the ladies who work
I and those who attend Miss Joy Harris assisted 'in entertaining .y
prefer night .
;: ance. Mrs C E' Buckhalt Chrmn., and serving punch a variety Mrs C D Tomlinson was the weekend

Castle Park Mrs Wimberly Sect'y and Treas, of sandwiches and cookies. guest 'of her sister Mrs Perry

.: Mrs John Thigpen program chrmn. Miss Carpenter's gift from her Swindall in Ray City, Ga. I

PTA MEETINGProf. hostess was an electric iron. "
\ A J Hargrove of Madison

The Modern will meeting be in the Cherry speaker Lake at School the_ PTA Mrs Waring Wyche leaves todayto NEHi IOTTUJK5 CO. \
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Shopping Center Thursday night. join her brother-in-law and sister
Mr and Mrs M H,Wheat of Liberty,
Mrs W E Wilson and Mrs
: C E Mo., in New York City for week's GraPe

: Free Buckhalt last Lohman week and and their families their mother bad brothers Mrs as guests J and A stay.Fpr higher than' ordinary. .. Orsngs Upper 10 m -

Parking wives Mr and Mrs StrawberryRoot
Louis Lohman
: and Mr and Mrs J A Lohman, all quality at lower than usual 13Nr .# i

of Miami and also MM 2-c Wally prices, see McLEOD FURNI .
PHONE FO 1-2775 LIVE OAK
\, ..\\ Wilson of the Coast Guard. TURE CO.,. Greenville, Fla. S

'% : j} : Visit These fy., 8 WITH or r.r THC I INi Plj
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'f. *\ ,:: Mr and Mrs Jesse Hughey enter- rw 1 i OuR CXJMRCB Kffw 4
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<, r. CASTLE PARK:PHARMACY Avon Park who were their guestsfor YourMidi. i ,

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: .A- Mrs Aldridge will be rememberedhere .y
: ':.< Need I 'greater property insurance tiemebutt 'carft ,afford! .
I : : as Miss Ruby Pert. Here's the solution 'Our Hart. MERCHANTSWITH
I t A* TALBOTT PAINT & those big, o -- -year premiums? : THEPOTAK

.,', *:"- WALLPAPER CO..- Miss Catherine 'Smith a 19SL ford Premium Payment Plan lets you spread put yaor.premiums .. 1U
50 graduate of North Florida Junior over a period of,equal monthly payments for greater: oavtmenco, ..,
and&xibi it .Get the details from us today. .,
complete
11 : \ t ; LaRUE'S College, has entered the. Junior YS tJ AT OUK EXPIRES HK9t|
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'.tr";.. j> <::..::, -' __ BroadusVlllougbby.-3C- ,, realtor're Mwrrflw Insurance Agency ,

: JGREEN the sale of Lot 11 bJ the '. 188 'y
.0, ; ; ( 11JRT1RRFTAURANT ported No. West Pinckey St. -31"-dlr!n. Fla,,;; '
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Livingston Spring Acres subdivision -,.
'- ', ,' f to. Carl Sewell this week. :j.j'! i I t14e,HattfoilP1!*iflIUMAc. 6,Cain "e_.: fa r.

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Honored At 'Man .KiBed !.a.. .
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; Home Of The Jumbo Hamburger FREE ', HITCHCOCK

: Supper Party' By Robbers REFRIGERATION SERVICE

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: Mr and Mrs' T J Beggs III whose A A (Gus) ''Buchanan shot
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.. ... marriage was a recent event were death and his wife was, wounded )
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honored at 'a delightful informal be given away at during a holdup, at their farm home answer
.. supper party Monday evening at ten miles west of. Mayo Saturday HU 3-2560 L:
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the home of Mr and Mrs John night.

Cherry in Lakeside. Hosts"with Mr Buchanan was shot, as, he opened FORMER MADISONIAN DIES't'
the front door _of ha''farmhouse.Two' .
and Mrs John Cherry were Mr and IN JACKSONVILLE ,
masked then demanded
men
t' Mrs Prentiss Cherry, Mr and Mrs
money ,|rom Airs, Buchanan, and
; Larrie Cherry, Mr and Mrs Marcus she gave them between $40 and $50. Walker James, 47, a former resIdent ::
Cherry Mr and.Mrs. Herman One of the.men then shot her in the of Madison, died Friday aftera

Cherry, and Mrs M W _Cherry Sr. SEPTEMBER 30 .legs as they left. Her wounds- ,however brief illness. Funeral services
i ,A delicious picnic style supper were not serious. were held Monday in Jacksonvilleand "
was served.: in the patio where the Sheriffs of Madison and Suwannee -
burial in Pine Forest cemetery;;
1t serving .table and small tables were counties joined Lafayette coun- at Homerville, Ga. '
MT.. OLIVE REVIVAL ty officers in the search for the ,
decorated with arrangements of Mr James is survived by his wife,
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two men. ..... .
'.. ., pyracantha berries. Inside in the one son; two daughters, two grandchildren = .-
.., -'!It.t -'.;, livingroom and den Fall flowerswere Revival at Mt Olive Baptist his mother, four brothers

-' 4 placed at vantage points. church begins Monday, Sept. 25th Gary and Jan Webb were dinner I:and one sister. .
Guests attending besides the and runs, through the following guests Sunday of their grandparents, '

: .,' honor guests, were Mr and Mrs T Sunday. Rev Paul Travis will be the Mr and Mrs W E*Webb, in Madison. Try WHITE-TOP DRIVE- ,
'tt. preacher Time 7:30 each evening. Another grandchild Sharon Webbof Ir
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:.. IS ; J Beggs Jr, Mr.a. d Mrs W T IN'S REGULAR MEALS, .
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Dinner on the ground Sunday, Oct Perry:, joined them in the after-
Beggs Sen and Mrs W T Davis. they're delicious, friend.We've .
:. : -> 1st. Rev. Dozier Sapp, pastor. 4-2t-ch noon.
WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN Mr and Mrs R 'H Rowe Jr and --- ---

Mr and Mrs Joe Peavy
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Now FEATURING, in addition to the already .famous BeggS,with a floor lamp and a :: '

regular Hamburger, the JUMBO BARBECUE .HAM canister set for their new home and t. .
Mr and Mrs Peavy gave them agif't -
BURGER at 50c and on MEDIUM BUN FOR 40c. -
of linen.Honored
.Enjoy the new taste sensation in town Our BARBE- .............::.::-::..,..
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Drink DR. PEPPER I Ladies ,Golf Association t? __ -
Dale Carpenter, whose marriage -

I MeetsThe will be an event of Sunday

Sept '24 in"the' Methodist church, About the way The
was honoree at a lovely tea 1 "'\
(Greenville; Drops ...
Mrs
Thursday afternoon given by ,
Madison Ladies' Golf Association Valdosta Daily Times -
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Richard Baker and Mrs C L Tad- .,.
met August 4th with seven- .:
OpenerGreenville lock at the Baker home. 1
teen memcj ers present, -and two
Circulation is growing
Fall flowers were at focal pointsin a
guests.
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High School's football Mary Stout, handicap chairman the livingroom and an arrangement -1 .
announced the winners for the of white ,mums cantered '
team dropped its opening game of I I .Because. ; ; (
the season to Jasper last Friday month of July, 1st week Julianne diningtable that was .covered'with -
night in Greenville 13 to 0. Schoelles; 2nd week Eulee Regis e.; embroidered linen cl th. '
Pennington scored both touch- 3rd week Eulee Register; 4th week Mrs C A Blalock poured puhch. A
downs for the visitors, and Burn- Julianne Schoenes.At and sandwiches:: and cake squares We Get There Fustest \
ham added the extra point after the the -Sept meeting there were were also served. I
first- touchdown.! Burnham also along sixteen members present and two The hostesses their

with Bembry, led the Jasper attack.Grtcsilia's guests, Sally Williams and Miss presented (Mostest 1
honoree with china in her pattern. With the
Kinsey, Herring and Martha Bragg. Winners! for the !
Pickles were listed, as' outstandingfor three months' Ringer Tournamentwere Twenty-five guests attended the \ ,
: A-Nell and delightful affair..
Group Cantey : t '
the losers.
Leila More of interest to YOU about. v>-S 4
Nettie Chason
; Group: B news ,. "
Bryan and Coleen Bunker. ",.. } I f
Mr Ellis Drew Is iin the local Winners for the month of August Luncheon ForBrideBeet the area YOU are interested in, ', .
injuryto ", '. t ... .
hospital for treatment of an were: Julianne Schoelles, Merle
and the folks YOU know. ...
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his back. He' slipped from a Sullivan and Nettie Chason. 'K. -
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ladder where he was at work at The Ladies are invited to Perry "
the Beasley Cole home Friday and for Golf, Lunch and Bridge on Plus many exciting.,features. national -.'.' .
fell :onto a brick wall Friday, Sept. 22nd. -
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and international .
Mrs T C Coody and Mrs RaeburnC news coverage, .
Home entertained with a lovely
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luncheon Saturday in honor of Miss sports this ( '>

Dale Carpenter bride-elect: in the the merchants .
advertising by -
why suffer from patio at the home of Mrs Van H '. _

Priest.; YOU trade with. ..= .. .
White chrysanthemums centeredthe _'" o. -' t :, .
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HOT WEATHERBad luncheon table that was covered '. :Z; & ._ L
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with a cloth in bird designs and the Times is & 4' s

bird motif was featured at vantage ***! "
points available at |., -
Humor" ? throughout the patio. x .
A delicious three-course menu racks
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served by the hostesses. : .... ,
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a gift of china from Mrs Coody
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Miss Ray Norfleet of Tallahassee ., rCo" < .;L...'. The Times contact Mrs. PaulineRushing

house air conditioning accompanied Mrs Kirby Reichmannto : "to. RFD 3, Madison, Fla., or
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Petersburg
;;Saturday to spend
j the week! end with Nell Norfleet. write to: ,
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JOHN P. AGNER USED WASHERS T4t. ')ful t stu it aily. ijJi 1 mt t

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; ;- Classified AdsUse I GHEVYCORVAIR f

FAISIRI1d; 1z; ttI':00a of SID. PRIZES X11 file r as. \ '

our efficient Carpet 'Shampooer ROUTE MAN: EARN $125 :PER
iREE with purchase of Blue Lustre WEEK OR MORE. WRITE: MR.
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'' -shampoo, ; Mac's Furniture & Ap GREENE, 659 W. PTREE ST., "..

And We Are Ready With pliances. N. E, ATLANTA: -,.' 8,. GEORGIA : D d D D 6 B. e a

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... .. FOR SALE Cheap, a three horsepower -

1 'FRESH1+FIELD SEED OATS RYE, WHE T;-LUr E water cooled'refrigeration WANTED: One- used Calculator,
'and
blower
unit with two coils
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from owner.. In good condition.CHERRY'S .
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.{. .., -.. <<' :.... single phase motor. CHERRY'S. FEED 'STORE, Lee, COME ,
tH FOR A
i ,: FEED STORE, Lee, Fla, Ph. Fla., Ph. HU 03-64 J1. 4-3t-ch
Fresh Garden Seed HU 36471. 4-3t-ch '
>r WANTED:: Share for 16 H-
FOR SALE: One used, Fuel Oil cropper
Western
acres of tobacco Phone HU Auto Associate Store1
;'7 r 4 ,; r' ;- ft. : : Floor ,Heater excellent condition, 3-2374,' Madison. 4-4t-pd > -.
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Mobile ta Starkon itaad route= Seeus'put thermostatic control all automatic. : -
Mill'is ReadY .
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,: .. Phone HU 3-6601 Madison 4-lt-ch machine operator, MUST HAVE ,

'''' FACTORY EXPERIENCE. Steady

LINE OF HARDWARE (GARDEN_TOOL FOUR. DAIRY HEIFERS FOR work. APPLY IN PERSON. Drink DR. PEPPER I" FREL.S
BLANKETSCome J SALE Two 2 y ears old .will ARTISTIC APRON > HOUSE,
.'. PAINT, 'FIEATERS'ELECTRIC ;-,: freshen la March: and Aprils One Monticello, Florida, Highway ,19 : .
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f Guernsey one If: Two 1 South, 3 miles i from Court House '; REGISTER FOR!* .
year old, 'one, Guernsey, one Holstein Square. 4-lt-ch 'OAK mu NEWS
in and check our Hardware Stpck .All from .top dairy breeds:

AU calves vaccinated by Dr Davis. HELP WANTED HILLCREST -Chair and Glider Set :
Fred Dasher;' 172 Rutledge St., ,at :Mr ,and Mrs Blames Coleman ,and
to be .
Bill* MILIM CAVE DAIRY BAR Apply person ,given away at
Madison,", or. Rf 3, Box 109 X Greenville _', ,' 4-lt-ch three;children_ of Valdosta spent a

OWNERS ;-: .- '4ltchFOR ,,. ,; .' .short, while Sunday... with Mr and

RENT}- Apartment, available $250 to'$500 MONTH! That is what Mrs J L Davis.:

S Immediately. Phone SMITH DRUGSTORE many Watkins Dealers in this area Pinetta: WMS met Sept 14th in r.

FEED FARM HU 3-6262 or MRS KIRBY are making. Watkins Products are the home of Mrs Albert Hammockfor ,

'nEI H_ MANN, Ph. HU 3-6371. ,nationally advertised! Would: you the=State season of prayer. The
4-tf-ch: consider a Watkins Route? 'May program "On This Foundation" was

NU3-6/ion6/6 MadJ50CF1OI'Ida .' House ,fqr Rent with '3 bedrooms be you.. can qualify.. Write: Watkins given //by Mrs Howard Coody, Mrs SEPTEMBER SO'
i"" Products Ino 659 West
Cecil:Craf ton and Mrs R L Crafton. ...
unfurnished. Located in East Madi ,
Peachtree Street, N. E. Atlanta
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Mrs Florence McMillian led inprayer.
son. Phone Isham Harris HU 3-2354
8, Georgia.- 4-3t-ch
'DrkDR.PEPPH W. have heatersfor :Madison 5-lt-pd .- MCTS DROPS ,HARD-FOUGHT
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: I gas I I Friends of Butch ..Fisher''ttjay: A short business session was GAME,. .--..
FOR: RENTS; One bedroom, furnished held for, the election' of officersfor .-.
write him follows .
f as :
L P Natural Gas
FORMER RESIDENT:, DIES or apartment, with, kitchen, break I VICTOR E. FISHER; the neW year. They are:' Pres-- Madison County Training School's-

IN JASPER. if fast nook, bathroom private en- t SR 5195921 v -. :... Mrs Howard Coody; 1st V-Pres Mrs football team dropped a hard-fought

-. '" also oil heaters. trance. Mrs: C M ELANT, HU Co. 416 USNTC R] L Crafton;' 2nd V-Pres, MrsCecil game here.. last Friday night to

Mrs Caraway Smith, 51, of 3-6650.' t. 4-tf-ch I San Diego 33,? Cal. Crafton; Sect-Treas, Mrs Albert Florida A. &,, 't High 6 to 2. v

Jasper. died in the ,hospital there Western Auto Associate Hammock; Children's Home, MCTS went'ahead in the first

Tuesday morning. 'She was, a' former -J LAM) DEALS I LEE NEWS NOTESAbout Mrs. Florence McMillian. Other quarter when Jones of A & M was

resident of Madison and had Store Madison. chairmen will be elected at a later tackled behind his goal line and

many friends here 'who 'were grieved'! ... \ .date. continued td lead until near the

to learn of her illness and death. ,,' ., ".1-. one hundred -and forty A social period was enjoyed afterward end when Fleming and Miller

She was a member of the Jasper WEATHER Jack W Hagan: and Twlfe't6. ,W B people attended. the Seminar at with' delicious refreshments.'Mr pulled a scoring pass play and

Methodist church. THE Hagah Lot, 4r BUc,"38,. Greenville the. .Methodist church Tuesday ':' and tx.s'R L, Craftonand son victory. for the Tallahassee. players.

Besides her husband, she is survived Investment Co's lams: Town of They .report ''a wonderful \time, Harry were pup >er guests Friday "i

\,. ;':... by a son, John Carraway Week ending Sept 19-th Greenville.' from the. beginning to the-close. of. their daughter and family Mr :

Smith' and a sister. Mrs. Myron, Max. Mi 1. HI Sadie C' Burnett ',to Mack C Mrs .Olive Stroud was called to and Mrs Bill Fourakres. Mrs Craft- .: ,//NOTICE / '

Johnson of Jasper. Wednesday ,90 68T Burnett- and Arthur L Burnett, 225ft Memphis Tenn to: be with her son, ton. also attended; ,a jointstork ..: ; :
: 'Funeral services were held Wed- Thursday 85" ,69.00 then '150 ft,, then 170 ft. ,then Mr' Jimmy Stroud and family, while shower, in the home of Mrs Trell : : '; ',' -

.- 'nesday afternoon at the chapel of Friday. ;82 69 T cis ft to point of beginning' ... I in one of, his sons is convalescing from Farmer. honoring Mrs Evelyn. Coth- The-Board"of:Madison i County. Florida Comnussionersjof ., will-

Harry T Reid funeral home, and Saturday79 57. .00 Town. or" reenVUie.- surgery as,ot :Monday. His condition ron and Mrs Fourakres. :' have public County 'the follow- .
..... Sadie C Burnett to"Mack C Burn- is serious. His 'friends a hearing on
and burial was in Evergreen ceme- Sunday .P"80 56 .00 many : Mrs Lilla Crafton is visiting her lug, proposed Supplemental General
ett. ,and wife, '75 it; then ,141: ft; hope he can-be jble to be back in ,
Mrs H L in
'. tery in Jasper. Monday :83 *58. ,.00 then 77 ft, then 161 'ft to point of \. 0' daughter, Pennington. (Arthropod Control) Fund Budgeton
$ hool :
Valdosta. October 4, 1961. at 9:00 .m.
Tuesday 80 60 .00 -
beginning, in :SW& of NW% Sec ,
COUNTY COURT ; Mrs_Mellous Moore was in Jacksonville 'Nature Note for Mrs Dean Day ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS'
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Total -T- 21, Tp 1 N, R 7 E. for a few days this week Phoenix Arizona and Mrs Bob 174. City of Madison ..._ $650.00
Sadie ''CI''Bumeti' to James H
Charles Young, speeding, $25 or 174. City of Greenville 550.00
visiting relatives.
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Peeksville N Y. The goldenrod -
16th
Rainfall week ending Sept Burnett and Dale Burnett, 170 Smith, 1400.00Total
.., thirty .days. at Gibson Towejr 1.00 in, Lovett ':ft, then 100 ft, then 158 ft, then Mrs 1V Cherry and son* Pren- is showing yellow and penny- 121. .State of Florida

LeRoy Cam using vehicle with- .:Tower 2.50: in Aucilla Tower 2.50 100 ft to point of beginning, in tiss returned home Sunday from a royal is blooming in spots too.Mr .. Estimated Receipts $2600.00

out owner's consent- sentence with- in, Aucilla Tower none, Sinclair SW3a of NWU, Sec 21, Tp 1 N, visit with her sister and brother in and Mrs Lester Terry of Balances to be brought

'.. held., Tower none Mill: -Creek Tower; 0.20. R 7 E. North Carolina. Her many' friends Plant- City are spending some time forward, Cash ,.-_--........_ -. 200.00
.William Miller. insufficient in. Madison forestry headquarters Nellie Henderson and husband to regret that her brother' continues with. his brother Mr Lon' Terry.

.. brakes. $25 or ten days. 1.20inJSun .. Rosa Lee Livingston West .half, of seriously lit Pear recipe for the week: Mrs Total Estimated.Receiptsand

x Earl Williams, driving without : rises Sept 22nd 6:21 am/sets Lots 24 and 25, Blk 49. 'Greenville Mr and MisV5 McCulIough of Wesley Downing's Pear Pie: Place Balances ..$2800.00

license, $25 or fifteen days. 6:31 pm. Investment Co lands', Greenville, Fla. Jacksonville came up for a fdays' 1 qt cooked or, canned sweetened ESTIMATED' EXPENSES
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to Albert James A/c No. 675 Mosquito
4 :Moon sets Sept 22nd 4:10 am. AudreyDonaldson visit with Mrs Ola Mercer Pears in baking' _dish. Sprinkle with .. $2800.00
Messrs Buford & Gordon Selman Donaldson, % acre in JfWtf, of Control .,_.... I'
; left; 'Monday to visit their father Mr Moon in constellation,.of AquariusSept SW%, Sec- 12, Tp 1 N' R 9 E. while surgery.'t she is convalescing from recent cinnamon. Mix % cup flour 1/2 .. DALE M. LESLIE, -

22nd. Town of Greenville to N W Thig- cup sugar M stick butter or margarine Clerk Board of County Commissioners

,," J rs D'ill Selman in a Rome of Armurchee Ga. hospital., Ga,They who High tide ''Sept 22nd at St| Marks pen and wife quit claim deed to Mr and Mrs Fred Minter of E u- until like coarse meal, spread Madison County, Florida..

_. ..' were accompanied by Mr Wiley light 12:05 am 40 ft x. 186 ft, part of First Street, Gallie came last Thursday for a onpears' and bake until light brown 3-2t-ch

,.: Selman. Fall equinox 1:43 am Sept 23rd. Greenville Investment Co lands Townof visit with Mr and Mrs C C Brann- and cruncher. This topping is also ''
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Greenville. ',,an..,All went to__Perry Wednesdayfor good on apple or: peach: pie.
,.;- Used T-V Messrs Carl Marshland H E-Fount: Ruth Sims ,and 'Ruth :Sims "'"Har- a visit with Mr and Mrs Edward We Have a Full Line of

F .. joW. tain officers' of" the local Masonic dee and husband to W C Sullivan Brannan and family, and returned Rev Dan McCown was speaker at

i- E-Z TERMS I I lodge: were among those a attending 202 acres_ in_Sec 35. Tp 3 N, R 9 E. home Thursday. the Presbyterian Men's Brotherhood Dwoskin
.. ... district in Cross City Cora Smith to Ruth 'Sims, 97.88ft Mrs in
t a meeting Mr and Guy O'Quinn and Tuesday evening Fellowship:
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: : : Messer Saturday. then, 124 ft then 98.91 ft, then daughter :Miss Wanda of, Valdostawere hall, :when he .discussed the historyof

1 : '109.68 ft in. north part of Town' of guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs the Presbyterian church. About
': : several .
; DISCOUNTS
SPECIAL
on ,Madison. attended.-
i Itoeryl, Tire Co. top-of-the line G-E appliances. at Mamie M Lovett to Stat Road A' E Ragans.Mr twenty members

Howerton Supply Co.What's Department 0.048 acre in Blk. ,26, J T Kent went over to Pen..,
TALBOTT PAINT &
to visit his bro-
original Town of Lovett. sacola Wednesday
r Homer W Jarvis and D W Jarvis ther, Tom, who is very ill. u= :. RADIATORS REPAIRED ,. WALLPAPERCastle

: Your Child's1 and wife,' 3.575 CI'eS'in Tps 2 and Mr and Mrs David B Ariks of McWILLIAMS GARAGE ParkVALDOSTA

-' 3 N, R 8 E. Orlando have moved here to the GA.

... Lorraine Smith to Luther Rouse, L L McMullen house on the corner, I oC:: cI'::::
p bill, of sale to one ground hog skidder east of the Post Office. We are .
with Ford V-8 motor trans- -
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mission and friction drum. ANew
with us. .
home
. -1 1I t' Carlena G Cason and husband to : 9
Lucious Sullivan of
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: Patrick W Blair certain lands in _
..: t Sees 19 and 30. Tp 1 N, R 10 E. Jasper are over for a visit with LIr Service for *

c T L Coker and wife to Nelson and Mrs Jessie Sullivan, and, other '
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;: \. I Herndon and wife 181 acres in relatives. '. '. Our Friends;

> :: _ Sees. 32 and 33 Tp 1 N, R 9 E. -,. .
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C .L Milford and wife to R D HELICOPTER LANDS ,lt f '
Beginning SEPTEMBERS- '.
Milford 20 acres in Sec 18, Tp 1 ALLEGA FIELD .. '
IS we will be open .froip '.
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..::: -- -ss..a D King and .Lewis Clyde.King flying from ,Jacksonville on- the way make every saving Friday This with/7us will _->.... .
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easier' for many
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( 'tS R7-E : ga's field a half mile east of Lee _
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','i 9 ; Florida Plywoods Inc to Green- last Thursday afternoon at six "} -c---: . .-
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... ville two Fulghum Chip Company chippers bill,' Inductingmotors' Four Marines were in t the copter... Additionally we vpXL:be open.>on Thursdays. from 9,.a, m.

OJ;-, +. and drives; one Jackson log They thought the big machine was until 1 p. m. (an extra.hour for 'your_''convenience..) r ".: .
and decided to _
debarker; on 52. nch circular saw; on fire come to
and Clark fork lift. earth. After landing, however, they i
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and wife to E R found that the helicopter was not -
Paul A Byrd r'
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: EYE-CUE ? King' and wife. W 34 of NE34; Sec'on fire. In keeping with the modern trend of -
Some repairs to the helicoper had
4, Tp 2 N R 8-E. 80 acres.. 1- financial institutions, we will be
be made
and wife tQ Tebo Bass, to however Friday, and
-Sometimes the difference between, ..j&n honor' student"and." Ii G T Bass KEU SEtf Sec 32, the men flew the machine back to CLOSED ALL DAY ON SATURDAYS
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is visual Before child one acre in Jacksonville :
a poor student a problem. your Saturday morning.
goes back to school, give him the benefit of a thorougheye Tp'A 2'J S Porter, R 8 to'E.Theo M Porter, bill There ,were no injuries.

'; examination. We will fill prescription with '
your
Chevrolet half-
the finest frames and lenses-correct and smartly: styled.. of ton sale pickup to one truck 1960 CIRCUIT COURT > ..'.1 'FOI. friendly, appreciative service see .


\i:. NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED EASY CREDIT W Augustus H Harris.Johnson and Mary and Harris wife.to, NW ''l Robert Sheridan- plaintiff. ; .yi ; Valdosta Federal _Savings=&- _.

i 1 SR'10 E. Franklin A Vickers, defendant. ',, '
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W f. L Henry Jeweler : : Mildred Dickinson to.Donald Final judgment in favor of .plaintiff ** '
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medicine --law.; ,the -church-is, :

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[to law may take a great Interest'

"in law Indeed It may become his .
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e that a n n1ster'. training S.:'"t ".,:. '
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'f'1Db., :out "Ot'him Jekeept as all -. Y

education changes .any. !student).' ,
*HIs-Studifi. <':which tthe(;Church,I,re* .:r''-' O.9ft" .
vqdlres of him before he can be _
called a minister in Jfdj.. ding.-.rs: ii) } '_. .. :.
simply equip himJfo ;AelspeciaL ii9 .it; ';lW:; ,
kinds of work he has to ,do. PThe

layman .has not taken; these ,." '"'t .
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studies),and'do'es. 'not preach1 and -- L t .J9.ae- \

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than ministers, are. Laymen can, \ : <. : ..... ...
Jje.a .church. without ,a 'minister;.; .... ; REACH HIM I ;: '. -) ... -i.... ,. < '

but:a .minister without ,layxntmcan't ... ..;a -lI\0 : '.'.... .t.. ",:r, ',\H.;. ... .. '. ... ''."' -,. 'j -.:.- ..' .
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ply glon can a and Christian live has".by., ;to who The.be lives-his,,sure third, 'a letter,faith reii-:f fbe .*-!".*' ., They. .call f, hfm:--a; -problem child.. ','w/?tCa ='t._t 'reach...... ,.'him/_*!v..v.J-:f ... ,._.' ::1! (earthwrwe'u TheCht unJ.tdin' gi a m tetaWl114 Y: aeior" oa ola. 0

of Saint, John, in 'the ;New;Testa-j ,;.b: *. f.. .:*, say some.. "He-respond/'echo> 'othersYoung.ashe. is, 'i'> citizenship. .it-: s. ".sfdiehaisd of-tPirit al ?.1 cr'') .
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.. man named 'Gatus. All we"' know.abo1.1t' : -_' r Tl: : he's already_ been In trouble vith the ',poll e. ',C : Democracy nor civilization: : can survive. ;. '

I him is in this .one-pa ge let: -4--z---; : : : : .:-\; '# : <..., The1C.are. f ouif sound xeasons why, every_ '. << "
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i. ;ft :' Why-There' lots fW: lS ToTs'ol phras tb'descn! -i 4.; [ onshould attend services:regularly and '
troth of Gains"Ufe:'No; doubt'his are o r ,
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.. ...:' >;' "; -: : 'youngsters like .this. The'papers are. full[.of-- them every
idea were good < f .:8 For the sake-of: his community and nation. ,
and his beliefs c. ,. :
were true but'for,, John' that was! .;:ft. : :.*"r: .J.r' :' ..There"are lots of f' excUSes g\ven-lor him, "and__..:for. 'society.-. Arethey .. : I:(4)) For the sake of,the Church itself which :' : ':y '
( not what praised Gaius ... ..,. 1 .'
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l : HKdrhisjnoxal and material support Flair \ "jt: .v. '
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1 It .was the truth'of, \.his ,life that!, valid? .. fJ!.
I # J !to to churcb regularly api read ." +
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wviet to 'MM' # ,1- '':; .,. : .The. .boy'h's Why Can't" they reach: him?." 'Is:it i 1't f 4 :' ::
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church work Many as walls anything people, on think church'1 dOne of inside property.church the, it, .. r '- ."--r:" :per s f, because they can't really reach themselves? Becausethey've i\-a\ ;B( ;Bocki. % 3 1.YIt iUT;' .

: Now where Gains lived there was -- <:: ;{ : never found themselves? _! t onda'c oho J 1 &
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no church building ,(the New? i.. :;' : ", '. '' .-Tuesday Fsahns g1.9 '--. "

Christians Testament. began was completed to build church-before"\ ..' : n. "':j$ .., $eJf-disc very ',takes courage. It, doesn't come-_easily. 'It3takeshelp : _, : Wednesday Luke "q, s'11.2Q r .-..

modern el) and sense no'organization of that*.word.in lAnd the> .r : ., [ It demands .faith. The starting point for a quest. : ; Thursday ill 'ISW21421t ..

jet"Any Gaius service"was, to a other loyal Christians worker.r.. 1 ?r > .:-- ,' :, ..' ;o.a f us. kind is in ,the, chuf. .b. This boy needs the Ohm .'Stf.lsj ....# .r. l ', !@1r' \Matthe9r :14, 1..A 1! ;ot? M8

("brethren") Is called "loyal* t .;i J :i;.. : t.. : ..-, ..- ..: -: -,,\< ;-':, ,:- Ik Satiday?. .Matthew 17.. ...Zl\ .j.. .- ..
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do. Gaius's particular ,. "lOrLWii ," ,0.. !I f .. ,1 -
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been hospitality. ; ; P'' ':x
In a time.'when hotels did : -" : ,: :{;. : ,:, ':' \ ;l : :
not exist, men like Galus would -< .." ",, !; '.:;; ; -- ,... c.' < -.w_ \ .:::- J,t;;H.t ..J14t )J'.J.! ...
help_ the.. church by taking: IntothelrT : : ,, ,: .j-- CTHI '
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homes traveling preachers tend '_ .': : CHURCH" POt ALL. ; -
bishops and missionaries. -- r., .. 1 x &-3LJ.ai
A" supporting player on ,the . ,, ,:. -" ; .. ;. ,, AIL FO THI CHURCH .,- .
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stage tha '. c.w t 1Ht.l A3r. SerrSea ., p "
or i athletic field,, a, supporting t ZaeitJMtorftTA., ; ', '
regiment hi ,a battle, are p ; J1'tr'J' "

very church.Important.The far- So ung it worifofithe is in the,i ?ese_ i\Aelgi i 'ous Messages C'Are :: Bela t'J-:-' blish"W o'o'b;' the t Followingundividuals e and.-. : .. ;., { .

church, which v"wider'than most j .. ,1 .. .... .". -,....._..,. ., k '.',- ''': -" ..-*-?.-,' ---..* r.-= .., ? .. '-: . ..' f ,.. .... ,..... -. i' S' L _1'..,... .I".. '.. ..
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overnight without support : -. ... : s r ; s i r 4. p'' .R

The 39th century Gains may not { t .:< .. <..,..: r r; '- ,." ; :: .
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find any wandering missionariesat .. "" .' '. '" ,' ....'-" : I'" c# S t"... :" .., rd 11on .,
'the bus station to take home : .: 'y:' I "t t'M' ..-' '
to! dinner; but the money he' a* : At., _

leave la the church, offering : :::.;t' .' :,'i ; : '- d. ', .' :--1 i.t: d.. .

plates intelligent'goes layman a long long wUl'want way. The to '.,:,, --:, ..,<.3:t'\, MADISON' DRUG STORE.. ,,,- MORROWINSURANCE AGENCY 1:
hi4 know"., and will find out where ;' \<' ":"'\ ,, ', ; MADISON. FLORIDA '.J MADISON ,FLORIDA :- _'.: ;;1-, : ':i' I _

an!*'.!"beaevolence rT dollar" goes,l .... -:. :"' ,>,< "": ; 1 .: ; i -.,.' t.* It 'r".df

t' 1. .' ;. '"' : ,. i : ; ; MEsS R BATTERY & TIRE .CO.. '::,: THE ENTERPRISE- RDER8 l"t't" :

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plearts friendship... There are .:; ..:,;_'. < WESTERN AUTO STORE : s' "
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who could use a little help and .,. .
encouragement from others;there ..,. B. D'A'VIS, .In c. .... .. : .: ,. .. .. . .. .t'_ A'Y" ;, are grieving hearts, in need ofsympathy .;.i' u..I :- : QUALm CLEANERS '
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.. in ,need, of a. strong 'i; ,:; :"'J I ,:":.,! : MADISON, FLORIDAL.'U t. : f, '
arm to lift them and set them: on ,; ; .r ; ':: '. ,',' ... .
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: :-.c your are not becoming to they'fihoufir .
the byroad ., 1n. ...If'you can 1. : : ;iftleigh-Ash1ey you -
look *agjMmd you:.and seet nobody: } >_ : Truck & Tractor Co.; ,_ .be_ comm* to'USJ- Phone Hy 3-2355 '.,.r [ ;. i* ',:,V"';

who.needs a friend, send us your .. .. .. ..... .'7' ...1Ir" . 1 -' ,
name and address. Yeu must liveParadise. # PHONES 'HU 3-2241, MADISON FLORIDA--:: -" ****: {. ;. f"- :." -< .
But If ',. CNTEY MOTOR"CO '...". .
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CQ tois, planet, Tat live among It! ... D UGHTT" BEPT. STQRE..l. '
people ,who ,seed Meads.beV| :.tiUDftti !.". -: >ISQ. RIDA __
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: BUILDING- C lpns-sit Cl.toi. Combat.Conwetilion.. r Reduction In Revenues they're delicious, friend. Newspaper advertis*


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.2r-s Lincoln AFB, NEBR. September Florida Power Corporation is

: N'ELI'O' Jl ] 4-Air Force Captain Donald A seeking a reduction in annual revenues Ct666 money as well as have
[ ] Kellum son of Mr and Mrs Roy of $1,251.355 based on 1960 .

E. II11L Wainwright of Madison Fla. will operations, in the rate case pending Fun in business. .
i represent the 307th BombardmentWing" before the Florida Railroad and *.i u; j jj

MATERIAL / ,i Leeatieft of Lincoln Air Force, Base- Public Utilities Commission FPC Call HU 36361I ::
VALDOSTA- at the forthcoming Strategic Air President W J Clapp announced to-
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Certatn-Te ed Asphalt Shingles _....._$ 5.95 Command Combat Competition. to '- STOCK CAR RACESAT
15 Tear! Warranty Per Sq. be held at Fairchild Air Force day.The utility is also seeking a Mr and Mrs. Billy Wal\rep are
.' Base, Washington, September 16 now living in Lexington Kentucky
AD Plywood ... sheet $ 2.45 thru 22Captain modernization of its fuel and com THE where Billy is attending University '

4x8x AD modity billing adjustment and its of Kentucky for his Masters
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a Plywood..sheet Kellum is. the Navigatorof
entire rate structure. This '
proceeding Degree and working on the teaching
Disappearing Attic, Stairway __....._....$14.95 a' six-engine B-47 Stratojet was initiated as. a result, of investigations THUNDERBOWL staff as Associate Agronomist.
and is
medium- ange jet bomber
Outside White Paint ......_.....-....gal. 3.35 :assigned to the 372nd Bomb 'Squadron and conferences between '
High Quality Mildew and Fume Resistant 307th Bombardment Wing. the Company determination,and the "Com SPEEDWAYEvery \ Plagued Day And
mission and a that a
Vz in. Celotex Sheathing _..per M 55.00 Captain Kellum was a memberof thorough review should be made of a i -
Waterproof a two-crew team which took structure'and NightwithBladder'Discomfort
the.Company's rate Saturday NightWeather
in 'the Second ,Air Force
first place
Celotex Ceiling Tile .. ......-...per M $107.50 Combat Competition held .in July. rate. schedules.. ?
12x12 or 12x24-Diamond White Clapp said the 'lower revenue Permitting
The 307th Bombardment Wing took
Unwise atiar or
PAY CASH AND SAVE CALL CH 2-3760 first place honors as the Best B-47 would be reflected in slight decreases FIRST RACE 8:00 P. M. aoarce of mild bat annoyiag'biaddtirritationsmaking >
In the bills, of many residential yon feel IWt1eM.
Unit; Best Overall Crew;' Best Crewin .I t &.ae. and uncomfortable. And if restight. -
; NELIO CHEMICALSinc. customers, some commercial Admission $1.50 laea *. with nagging backache,
Bombing and Best Crew hMdacb or mueolar ache and pain
CYPRESS ST. in Navigation. The crew also scoreda and some Industrial'customers' ,, if Children Under 12 50c due to OYer- :er oa. strain or motional
VALDOSTA
ar..4.b mIHI7-dDA't
pet. *to your
unique victory when it won first the company proposals are accepted Children Under 5 FREE wait-try Doaa'a PiUa

,. place in the Best Overall Crew by the" Commission.The LOCATION Doaa'a. 1-Pits They act hart I a ways soothing for speedrzvlief. elect .J
the combined 13-52- estimated decrease in revenue oa bladder irritation 1-A fait pain
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1 Eddie Musser son of Mr and Airs category B-47 Competition This accomplishment on the basis of customer classifications Turn left 5 miles 'riorth'of'i Valdostaat rU.._...ria. "*...action muscular.0. nagging ache and backacho palaa.
A mild diuretic action
vroadcrfoLy
Edward Musser has ,returned aftera is one to be especially proudof .. would. be:' residential. Mineola. take -right turn for thro- the kidney Undine to increase tha
Used Washers fifteen days leave, his base commercial $519,628;- industrial output of th IK mile of kidney tu"80. --.
to at because the B52"4Stratofortress"with $362,396; 4 miles to the get the same happy relief million
Little Rock Ark. Eddie is now an its sixmancrew and more : $322,598; and other; hare enjoyed for orer 90 years Hew,
as low as $5 down and $5 a month Airman second class, working in large' economy 'ie tare money. GDoaa.
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modern equipment conceded to $46,733. Thunderbowl Speedway s Pills today.1 ,

.1 MESSERBATTERY I the Jet Plane Supply .Base. have a distinct advantage over the While the majority' of FPC cus- .,, DOAN'S PILLS i

B-47. The Second Air Force Competition tomers will receive decreases, Clapp
& TIRE CO.. Corn $1.10 in Jasper is --preliminary-() the annual said roughly 60,000..residentigl.cus-
'paying -- ---- --------- -- -
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Strategic Air Command their own ,way" Clapp said.
: Combat Competition, known as the "O r minimum .residential rate : : X Fy.4 Icy on will get my
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gation and Air Refueling." will include Clapp said. 'With the highly' in- 4 personal attention
SAC's lop crew manningB52 flationary cost of wages and other s

: -I i; CushuntiCurryf : range long-range_ jet bombers.-and B-47 KC-135 medium-,jet: <. the operating present taxes. expenses minimum, it is now, monthly as.well impossible.bill as for increased .of r 1 and best service

and ,KC-97 tankers, poweredby
tankers about$1.25 to provide< DEPOT BLDG
306 SOUTH PATTERSON GA. & FLA. reciprocating engines, will be available when
a the investment in plant, power you
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Sheetrock 4 x. 8 x' 3/8," fr 1 9C the air refueling 'partners.. lines and related .equipment In

sheet . .... .. ... .. ylevtJ The first such meet was held al addition, present rates fail to cover drive into- Arnie
Castle Air Force -Base, California* the costs for maintaining service I ;.
215 Ib. Roofing shingles,'. .- ,, ,''.:;. C 7Csq in 1948. Except for 1950 when the and equipment, reading the meters Y

. . . .. . ... .tleltJ. Korean War* started" one has been and handling the bills for these .:. h Medders American

t 2 0 x 6-8 x 1-3/8" Mahogany'" : conducted every year since,. r and minimum and low-use customers.

Flush Door, ea. .. .. .. .. 75.. .. among* the many results intense has been We think it's not.- fair that other Service Station in
::1 the development of an comapetitive customers make up this deficit." .
f Plywood-4 x 8 x 1Int.., spirit on the part of the "During the past two decades,
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-.. f sheet .'. . . . . 't.. crews.Competition. our Company, as well ,as all of I II L11 Madison." ARNIE.

{ Plywood-4 x 8 x 3/4" Int., AA comparable to those requirements which shouldbe are Florida has experienced" tremendous said.1 I .

sheet ... . . /. .,. .- U* 7ll essential in the event the Strategic growth"The primary and progress purpose, of Clapp this rate t -

t R Full I Air Command is called uponto hearing is to put our entire rate
Thick Insulation,. ri AA carry out its combat mission. modern
t "- per M . .. ..... .'. .,.. . Specifically, this will include simulated basis structure to fit on the an modern equitable needs of a
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I'I 10 lb. & 15 Ib. Felt, _- -" /' "J bombing, ah refueling,'and, a growing economy."

I per roll . .. .... .. .*; CI.95) night- celestial. navigation flight to Under the proposed residentialrates
4 two separate target areas. slight reductions would go
Celotex Sheeting 4 8 x 1/2!! This year, for the first time, otiose monthly ..
: 56.00 customers
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I per M . bomb runs will be scored by radar bills are about $5.80 or higher, or y.

Prefinished Birch Plywood,' *. 'T tA 1A bomb scoring units placed on special who use 113 kilowatt hours or.more

sheet . ... .. .. ...". .*;-. W 1U.W Air Force trains. These ground per month. All below these figures
r radars used to determine bombing would receive slight increases. 4 F .
Prefinished Mahogany Plywood C' will be transported to different -
Cfl Scores. At the present. time, the average
t sheet 9e\KI train.
target cities by FPC residential customer uses 384
A veteran of Combat experience,. month, or more than three
Exterior House Paint kwh per
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"t gallon . ...r.v.hv. .. .uu Captain Kellum has logged 1.900hours times the 113 kwh "breaking point"
of
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Interior Latex Paint, 1 ., 2'65 .' which have been logged in a B-47 would cost the customer $1259 and

J gallon <* .. .. ....""-.;: .,. Stratojet. only $12.05 under the new rates.
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a. :t| PC. .....: .'. .. .. J. children Kathryn age 3 and Wain, taX.) ARNIE MEDDERS

:1 Vinyl Asbestos Floor THe age 'L Miss Agnes Claire Morrowis on

PC. .. ? ...-. :.... ,. 12 I LincolnAir: Force Base Is the several weeks" visit..... with friends-
t '- ... "': home of Second Air Force' 818th in Dayton, Obi .- -
: //Lighting Fixtures & Electrical Supplies at swine low-prices ',Air' Division which is. comprised<<
of two B-47 medium bomb wings, :&IrsKJrby. Reiehmann. and :Mrs T i ,, C Merchant Jr. Presbyterial officers -
Pay Cash -' Pay less KC-97 air refueling r squadron
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S intercontinental ballistic ... and Mrs R S Williams Jr

I and an missile Atlas squadron. It is?one of, Presbyterian Synodical treasurer, : at MADISON, FLORIDA: .
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; Dixie-Taylor' Hotel Bldg..
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'. .. ,,'.: j. l \_' I :; E'S FISHE.-.N' 'S'CALENDAR' i Re-roofing the Madison County
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IF INTERESTED IN Alf OWNER-COMPLETED "-.<-j;' 1 :oruMBERCOMPANY' Wfc 'FUt **' '''''' ,:; :: one coat of aluminum paint, one-
.. 2! .5--'T': :':? layer of resin paper beneath roofing -

.. .. HOME; SEE;HOWARD, ; SUN MON TUE WED THU' I FRI 1 SAT\ SUN -. remove the existing tiles from
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:: .'" 4 JI, \'g J ott Jlm.l I..\, 24A 25 26 I 28 U29; 'I I 30 I 1 :. premises needed.replace or repair gutters.as -

: D Y_ it : 'H );II. _. M >>e>,- 5:08.I.fs9'L' .'/. j The Board reserves the right to
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NO. MONEY .DOWN. FINANCING.. ... ADJUSTE'. 1 ;S 2:32 3:25 4:17 .:. reject any and all bids.
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I. 'I i i Greenville High School upon motion. CALENDAR OF SMALL GET CERTIFICATESNine i

t Minutes of the Board- ,by Mr ,McLeod, seconded by MMilner' :-! CLAIMS. ", COURT'. ... J BUSINESSMEN students at Madison High WITH PLEASURE
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certificates for
Instruction A letter of' resignation was re- Dinners
:. of f Public ceived from Mr James D Bass, Instructor t -\ Sept 15,. 1961 advertising their :outstanding performances on Regular

at North Florida Junior f 273 XB David vs :Malho&Matheny Newspaper -the National Educational*" Development '
College and accepted upon motion 29.13_; Dismissed paict Tests, announced Wiley Sir- 75c and 95cSERVED
September 6, 1961 : full. "
man, school principal.The .
The Board met in regular session by Mr MCLeod, seconded by Mr 274 -J B: 1avj.vs.: Carroll.n Welch,' can. help you make Certificate' of Educational.
Smith and carried. Mr Donald R: EVERY DAY
__ the above date with all memon 20855; Continued '.to be. paid monthI Development. were awarded byScience
was recommended
bers present.order The by meeting the chairman/was' Hadd to fill.the appointed' vacancy as created by the *"> '= '," I,'"'''':' : money as weft as hate, Research' Associates oj a .. Also Short Orders
called to 275 J B Davis vs'Job', Frank Chicago-based firm serving* education : -
resignation of Mr Bass, motion :
Mr Bailey, and opened with prayer by Mr McLeod, seconded upon by Loper,. 12.48; Trial| set foe: later funin1llsiness. .- industry and government Yellow PineRestaurant
by Mr Phillips. :' through applied ,behavioral .sciences
I date: :
Smith carried.A < j : ,
Bids were received as follows on Mr and, r **
Recipients include John Bouland.
leave,-of 'absence /or the, 1961- 276 Charles Quick vs Melvin :
school bus, Ford chassis, allnft636t. ,
a junk : Blanche : Trances .
; Gentry, : Peters
62 school term to Tfeonas 16255r .
body, located at Greenville was granted Judgment by r pe ,. *.
Superior ;' t..j-- t ::--:"-. tt.J Wayne 'Weger ; Kenneth i IDixoBeverly
Training School: 'Mel Dietrich, Demetral R -Wester and Doris fault: ** l' ?&' &** .r' ". '!_.., ,Ji"J \... ,
i j Gibson; Rick; Millinor, SarTdra
$25.00; D H Mays, $15.00. Motionwas Haynes according to provisions of 1 i Cleo,..McCIVS Jack J Lee. ... .. '1 ., Sale, .:land Billy1 William*. J. FOR ORDERS TO GO
Board
Smith, seconded by existing policy upon motion "'" ': .
made by Mr Re Ievin. !
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_Mr Phillips, seconded by"" Mr 1" .. ; Phdne HU 3-9101 MadisonMr
and carried to sell the by 'iL.l"l ,
Mr Phillips 2 J B Davis vs Henry Mobley; .S : SRA
Florida "Milner' and "carried. '{ j\ / 7 1t1! rl Ran-. :>"Mi |>enx president' {'or ,
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Mr Dietrich, Madison "
bus to ll\5O"Disin1ssed' Jd in fUll.34'J NEDT exams were"admmistered>tbnjpr I .
following recommendationwas The following personnel v appointed = : 'aelU187.834)bTrial .set-forilater date.
The Madison. to ,the .;'B ;Davis vsx Bruce ;Bland 8 AntnoV'yCNapoiS vr.6laiLeet' .85 t.than ,366,000; students,, in-9th Wardlaw Brinson accompaniedhis
the .as recommended ; ;
received from '
and lOtn grade,lasSes: C1oss.he daughter Miss' Beverly Brinsonto
DismIsSed fulL .
20.41 in v '/ :
Council faculty 'Greenville TrainingiSchool ; paid .
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County 'School Principal's : of Continued to be paid weekly. nation. Gainesville, Ga. during the week
August 4, 1961 'uPon.mD' on -by-Mr.: McLeod.; 4 An3rewstT: >ept tore vs T. Licker 9 Howard Studstill vlf Instruction seconded bjrMr Phillips and 253l502 Diemlss d in !
Board of Public $ paid 249.32 COMlnued3td be paid.Awnth
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students in ,
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carried Clara B Jackson {ElementarY O *
Madison County full. : : Pi; ly. each state's participants,'b\ grade.I -
:Madison Florida ), Pearlie. R. Curry "(English), T.Ml owerton r Jvs J P ;Purl :.... .
'" 10 \Vqrd vStadstillvs.. Sam -- .
of the Board: and Johnnie .MaeBUrgeSs ,(Elementary < .. _. USED WASHERS
Gentlemen : I
Continu4.to -""'' -
,,-.. Ine1! Slf be paid Breeden j92.34;! nIsseC+ ;? ;: :" "' euriitQM:;
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The. Madison County Principal'sCouncil ) T Mrs
payment%. !* '
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on 4 August 1961,' dis The following staff members .were CanRJohaelMotorpaid : 1 vsBishop. ford\andtwo: children;Df Monti.to GOOD SELECTION
e to .6 Alpthony! NapoSl vs Randolph GP e,203.35. ; iJ! smlesetl \ | II
cussedthe problems involved -in appointedas recommended Madison were guests o Mi 7'ecd: Mrs Howerton
; Supply Company
continuing girls' basketball #s ;a Training"School iippn? !,.motion by Milton, ,"158.81, ?, Continued..: to be inUfi I KT '" }: .j I ,- 1 !|(1' C Gibson," Sunday.. .,*' .
.; varsity sport in the high schools- of Mr:McLeod. seconded by d4r' Milner- -
Madison County. These problems*arej and carried, Gladys Wilklnsr (Elementary -
1. Most schools offering competition ), Nellie' B Brown ..(Elemen- .
have already discontinued tary) and Margaret E) Williams
o basketball, making scheduling'.-'a::. ,(ElementarY : IF
,: most difficult situation. i- : The ,following'JstaffTnembers" were e fft"r\ T >s L
2. 'In three of the four schools appointed as -recommended to \th e *

.: ;. involved lack of public support faculty of uwannee River Junior "
':, makes the activity a financial burden College upon motion L by Mr McLeocfcseconded :; 3k; t

:} on the school. by Mr Phillips, andcarried: .
.. 3. Most authorities in the field of?\ R S Bonds (Social I Science), Margie 5 7

a,. IP medicine and physical education Moland (English J&/ Spanish) ..and .,.... .
i.:' agree that strenuous physical gfitjyi- James D Brown (jtegistrar' and Education ) .. ...
ty for girls of ,this age group is riot ). I ..... fT -"'. .1 j? I
'. .. In the best interest of health or. The superintendent wcommended' u ; :
: physical well being. the transfer of,:MrsTFrahces. Collirts .. ._ t VJ 1b w'e
; the above stated the i ,rl i ;:
i For reasons to the Greenvjlle Elementarjr! School ) ....
.' :Madison County Principal's Council for special clasMotion,'was made w ..
i respectfully, recommends that byMr :McLeod-and:second;d by Mr A /). .
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:: girls' basketball as a varsity sport Smith to approve"Tecommendatiqix.. o *._ tItIi? -

'.: be discontinued in all schools in Motion\earrled.","SL:- : ,( IfC *" \ r A: **k *** w-mTmui m#

Madison County. .,' --s-: The resiin otMf. : TebOvWebb b, .t ,t ':LIGHTING SERVICE .q '\1' s
Sincerely \ ti: school bus .drh er, Was received aid, I /
CECIL HARTSFIELD, Chairman' accepted by iii ';BoanL Mr Aar t n w IT J "' It* j* j4 BV9 .il 1 I .Fl. f6\'J

Madison County Principal's Council.: =Webb Was recommended by the -. ORYOU .
Action on this recommenda Superintendents,to fill the vacancy -. S i ,
... .' was deferred upon motion by Mr and iwa.s appointed upon motion by > 3.v' !' UeHtiWATQWiANjjjti! ; '
Milner seconded by Mr McLeod ana;, Mr Phimps/seconded; by Mr !Ie. 1 9iHM
; carried. Lead and-carried.\ If' I Hcres a new !ow-cost I'i' ael rKe.l tint will j3 *.mfe fen
:Audit reports for Madison High', *Final inspection of structural ,re= 1 J.r-' n. I'nswer: < of-your outdoork hteeda \ .
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Madison Training .
were received was and'approval given upoa : <
Similar to up-to-date street lighting installation;
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and reviewed by the Board. mono .. by Mr Milner and secondedby OI ui't'a ,I

All these reports were found to be Mr ifcLeod Motion carried. The : -' the' new LIGHT WATCHMAN automatically jwoyides! i\ ; .?..:) _'!!i & Anoff" _
in good order. secretary1was instructed to request dus to-aVwn l vandalijm -
A leave of absence for the 1961..62school final inspection by the State School I. -, ..... .;.l,,1 Wj minaoji. It dijcowrages:t ,,: Frhct 5ireti* Aparta.ab '.; ,
term was granted Mrs Carolyn Architect on this project. Q I revel's acu+dets.: At tB some.time,.l it'enhances ther g:t gf! f .

Edwards according'to provisionsof Bills for the ;jnonth of August zn:.:D ; .OPy ;f.Borne, and! enables ew fQt erg lOl yoor ::t 'SjmeS '? 11e.Lott ;
existing Board policy upon motion were renewed and ordered { aid| !I.1't:;. *- > .
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The following staff members* 'were I W H BAILEy. ... ,JR,. Chairman_. *. : f |t there if,no investment of..down payment required,! .

appointed to Madison High. School I ATTEST;; "-* ;" ::.B ,er 8 UGHTWATCHMA iiNl l last. .?l+e...seYlce .

81 recommended through | proper !GRIFFIN,:BISHOP Secretary' 'B' available'to all our customers. at a* tow, monthly rate, .
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WMAF SCHEDULEWEEK E RIVER NiC d? tJi rot -. Mjije Dampkjfts, Inez S'm-| r Willie'.James G oxuur. James Mtt. 3 LJl|i and Mr1 &and Baker and son
t 11-11t COI.::ESE ESHIKA coons. Robert Greene,"Velv Jean C"- FLORIDA AA,...%M UNIVERSH RicharJz pe#" p the week end at the

STUDENTS T3REENVILLE' TRAINING-MADISON Charles Curtiss; Jones, :Mary Janet .HIGH-LEON I Smith house at Fernandina Beach.

DAYS ._ i ,0 1 .1. ,:. .. -.Ji ,: Mcduay, Mary ,Alice Parker, f Jesse Irene Mills.SHADEVILLE. <' -' '
6:00 SIGN ON The: following are Freshman Norman Lorenzo Choice Barbara Mae Smith, "Blaridy 1J"'ce'Taylor, HIGH WAKULLA < -
6:01) GOOD NEWS students at SuwanneeRiver .Junior i Jean. Haynes Evelyn. Lucille Miller; Minnie Rhanes Williams; ,Mae ,Eva Tomrnle Lee Lewis Jr.
6:1Q WORLD & STATE NEWS College this year ands come' from, Georgia Mae Mdrray,, Gerald_Norris, Larry, Johnnie Mae L Anderon, ,Gentle? DOUGLAS" HIGH=:SUWANNEE "If you're proud of it ,
6:15 FLORIDA FARM HOUR the schools designated Elesta Cpemmons Prichett, Rutha Lee Groover, *Reed, Jr Joanne ''Ruben Seay,-Willie James Scott ,
l 6:40 RUDY HAMRICK COUNTY I MADISON COUNTY TRAINING Mae Williams: Lucille Swilley, .Huganf James 1VI Hugan. Richard Lee Mayhue Helen Jo
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Morgan, Lillie Mae Brown Williams, Herman Bradley, Willie Stockton, Barbara Jean Sparks Rose North Florida Fanr! ,
'6:55 STATE NEWS Gladys Ola Davis Edward Murphy Lee Washington, Doris Yvonne Bea, Mary Candis, Frank Brown, Jr.Alyce Repairs on all small .gas .

i 7:25:00 COFFEE MORNING TIME SPORTS SHOW Marjorie Simmons Mary Ann Pauline Swilley, ,Yvonne Cole, William Crowell, motors. .HOWERTON. SUPPLYCO. .Got. 31-'Nov. ,'4;
i Edwards.. Louise Williams Nathaniel HOWARD ACADEMYJEFFER- Freddie :Taylor Joan Mallardr EddieCummings. .
7:32 COFFEE TIME Briggs-Stratton and Me-
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7:30 SCARS..4.. ..... 't.u..J'-'..,.' _-A,*. 7' There a wider choice of power?* wider? '\ _
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8:00 GOSPEL HYMN TIME heavies there's the new High Torque 409 New SERIES 60 DIESEL -0
8:30 SHOWERS OF BLESSING .- .. V8*, with 16H per cent more torque than Diesel savings end Chevy d :
8:45 WORLD NEWS ever before available from Chevrolet. Big durabAfty." : .
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.NEWS Chevy-GM 4-53 Diesel backed. by years of -ru_ s '-= 'r'.h _-..;_",-.> ;., -
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| 9:00 JIMMY STROUD in extra-tough applications. All told,you can > ,. St
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9:30 LIGHT & LIFE HOUR 5- : '62 Chevrolet truck engines. f :' .-
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10:00 NEWS J, or: '. -1' Handsome new work-styling includes for- FY, .. .. l',... ,. :-
SONGS OF FAITHlEDPTATION hoods
10:05 ward-sloping that allow drivers to see .
10:32 FOR SUN- as much as 10H feet more of the road. Chev- --d ='-1 S ".. ;
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10:47 PRELUDE. TO WORSHIP gives you a smoother riding easier .:"::>. .-S i- .
11:00 COMMUNITY CHURCH working, longer lasting truck. New heavier a ._.' .
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12:15 NOTES -:-_ '- Rugged new I-beam front axles -
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12:30 GOSPEL CONCERT HALL 11,000-lb. capacity are available on Series "-- _... .
12:55 NEWS ''f'l"''. t :.. t.:.: :.; ,80 heavyweights. Mufflers are'.longer lived 'o"',! t ,.. _.
1:00 PROTESTANT HOUR.' : '--t *-.4 .on'all models, '0 -
1:30 HOUR OF DECISION ,2 t :. :.. Youll find a total of 198 models in>the new SlItJES SIJ"TANDEM.. .
: 2:05 THE SUNDAY DRIVER' _4 z : "l Chevy line-ifHludmgthreework..proved, Best choice for the: hJq .: .
5:10' EVENTIDE l' .:....1 vewmtflo.Corvak-95's..Every model I..f is',built to, oxslHtarHta anrbranrgyed.K.:4
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5:29, SIGN OFF any '_ -. .,' ,'
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I WANTED : .: 150,000 Bushelslast Ear Corn"






year we bought 104,000, bushels oLear Corn, and made many f frjends of com growers.. This year, we want to buy 150,000 bushels;


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devotional and Flag salute, after -! + F:. >;}. '4-:$1}}:x:.,;F-rY,,:ro,,:i i:. M4+,,, r,x ?eSi''iyi':.H.r ::3':, ,, In Y.:{,.. v'I,+.v.)'+,
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which they entertained the group 4' ?} tx' :
with three or four songs they had -r #' '??"iY.ynhIrs ; Si' 'r}'}:'ii: '9' $7 SqK'
learned under the direction of their : !w :.

teacher, Mrs Mary Kent. Each child .':'i.
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meeting.treasurer gave report of the last ,1j .

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Mr Richard Brown Principal introduced ..
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the parents could help the school: -

'!1 Keeping children in school every ..;_......,. '.-'Ii,. Any way you look at it, there's "something extra" .'
day possible 2 Helping to paint :: Jow. more tI,7 laver. ::
the outside of the building on the ;.4'. ;, .. about Olds for '62! V-8 performance, right across the '"
front side. 3 Painting the lunch EXTF 4 M ". .
room. 4 Helping Mrs Bouland to bur ;:, _ereB ; : w4E7--'I-IIF.II3 l ne_. from engines at deliver:up to 345 h.p.! ?" /$ tj

material for curtains for the lunch -
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room. 5 Using the carnival money : v&s:3CD&j. a wntncp "i&" ,
to put tile on the lunchroom floor ". .- "
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parents offered their services to :'. ., .. V': : '
paint. a.Mi.K .m .: .L; dazzling nt. sMW. Dynamic x r T 88s..fun- to d I F85s.pIus:_ stunning mm-jr r I .... and readability in every. model' Sporty._new styling::"..: .. .. .r \ ',
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The plan for having PTA every '
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The meeting will be announced -
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i ) makes every Oldsmobile a'car of superiority sa d.rAt li ...r s...* od-*.., npttairf.,.firm tail..tynmlt U \' ,"." '

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'dinner guest of W G Clements,. and r if. '. .. ...',..... :.". ..,! -: ->
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Mr and Mrs Max Walker-of 4 : : -:i,, 'z ; ,W,& '-tnevlow-price- ., .
Madison became the bride of Ralph ;

Bailey son of Mr and Mrs Homer : f. .. .,

Bailey, of .Sirmans Saturday after- !
noon. The wedding was held at : -
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"Mr and Mrs Will Suber of Greenville ,
Mr and Mrs M 1.1 -- Ix
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We are sorry Mrs Lois Blair! .

... ,-wife of Bro Blair is sick arid'is in
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;ters and ranges, used only a I" tl. MiMO: .,J 112_<*W.! .IASE STMET- *MAM9ON. PLORIDA HU 3-2233. .' /,"- ,. .. .:- .#"*' -''
few months at a good discount \ :: \.. i : I :il ','. '
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drapery and upholstering work.

Sea LEWIS NAMES at-Setzer's !

CLASSIFIED Shopping r Center., 2-lt-pd e

WANTED: Upholsterers_for. night .' x

and Saturday work, ARTCRAFT i k'
MADISON LODGE NO. 11
Setter's" Shopping Center. 2-lt-pd ;
F. &,A., M.
HOUSEKEEPER would like work REGULAR MEETINGS

In1 Lee area. Would consider an- ,Second and Fourth Mondays 8 pm.

FOR SALE: One Super-A Farmall other location. P.-O. Box 223.. Lee. C. H. MARSH, W -?rL SLOW ___ '
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W.B.DavisJr.rREAL .
tractor, with all equipment, in Florida. 3-lt-gI W i '

good shape, reasonable price. oFt
Call J L- PATE, ,2525 Greenville, (WOMAN'S CLUB HAS
ESTATE BROKERAGE RUFUS CULBRETH e.
Jennings.
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ACREAGE FARMS.: Florida. 3-2t-pd Fla, for sanding, varnishing, waxingold !OPENING 'MEETING.
or new floors. 524tchLet
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL
ESTATES JUSDEm'IALAPPRAISALS WILL TRADE purebred .Angus bull Principal of, Madison High
for corn!, or will sell 'R C DICKINSON us spread your Dolomite-Hi- SChool Wiley 'Sinnon'; addressed ,the
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HU 3-2517; 3tf-ch Cal-Lime and Phosphate;Prices rea-
ABSTRACTS OF "TITLE sonable: FOR BETTER SERVICE, opening meeting of the t Woman's,

TITLE INSURANCE FOR SALE: One good gentle work CALL SUWANNEE SPREADER Club for the season Thursday morn .

112 West Base Street mule.' See H H WILLIAMS, Rt. SERVICE. Phone collect to Forest ing on changes that have taken

MADISON. FLORIDA 1, Box 6 Lee, Fla.. 3-lt-pd 2-2560, Live Oak, Florida Day, ,or place in the high school"in recent

Phone HU 3-6277. FOR SALE '(CHEAP-Used 750 x ,Night. 2-4t-ch I Years, stating the program is

20 tires tubes and wheels for HOT MIXED: ASPHALT PAVING changing and should change :as

t FarmsForSale Ford truck MEL DIETRICH, at : We pave -drives, parking areas, time goes on, -as'more; 'children are '.

The Graham Wheeler house, $323 Howerton. Supply.Co., HU 36681. streets, etc. Top quality Fair attending school: now than in former .
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down. 3-lt-pd: prices.- WAINER BROS.., Inc,. Ph years. He said the aim is ,: ,.s."
CH 2-4011,11 S. Fry St. Valdosta, not to force all ,children in the
One, tract of 520 acres, with 90 !FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house in "
Ga 45-tf-ch same mold to try to give each
but
acres in good pasture. Only $55 per i, Pinetta. THOMAS, FERRELL, -.
acre. Come and get it. Box 21, Madison, Fla. 3-lt-pd FURNITURE made like new. For child individual _advantages\ and

Two tree farms, 140 acres and 80 I best' quality reupholstering see named the courses 'intn dilc8d "in BACK TO SCHOOL ,
' acres. Sapling soup will be good in FOR RENT: Two bedroom house. Southland Furniture Co., Valdosta, the modern day school 'to further : '
i Call HOWARD STUDSTILL HU Remember your first day of school? Probably not ,, :'.
your retirement years. Ga. MRS. C. M.. PLANT, Madison this plan such as. music,. health, .
.1)4 mile Suwannee river frontage. 3-6106 office, or home HU 36630. Representative. 50.tf-ch physical education, home making, I but we should remember school zones, says Carol Lane _4women's ; ..,
land and timber. 49-tf-ch travel director of Shell Oil Company and :
Good house, good work sponsor =:t.: -
agriculture, shop library etc
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Total 172 acres. I FOR RENT: Second house from LIVE STOCK AUCTION of the National Safety Council's Carol Lane Awards: for \?!
all of which children new
give experiences
1300 acres with timber, house, Metal Plant. Available now. L F Sell your cattle and hogs in our Traffic Safety. ....;: ,

wells, irrigation, and 17 acres of KELLEY. 2-lt-ch auction each Monday. Sales start at in educational phases.He .. Over 1,000,000 Florida school children will be depend--' ',. :
tobacco. You don't find them often. 1:00. MONTICELLO, STOCK explained the student gui- ing on your caution to protect their safety. .

943 acres, good dirt tobacco' and FOR 41ENT:' One V3 bedroom UnfurniShed YARD, In..
timber. house. Modern conven- Registered Angus bulls for sale director, and 'named the projectsshe -- .- -,

1426 acres, pasture, lake, good Gor- at all times. expects to initiate.
iences
good neighborhood.
dirt, tobacco, good corn base. don Williams Store, phone HU He named. the specific require- Corn $1.10 in Jasper .
950 acres, with 850 acres cleared.
2-ltch EXPERT REPAIRSMALL ments for accreditation n in'the
Irrigation, and 8& acres tobacco. 3-6244 Madison. -
M state and _southern associations

LotS of houses and lots. ,- FOR RENT: Furnished two. .bedroom -! which MRS has met; other pro- 0

Ready to serve'you.. house trailer $45.00 per ENGINES grams touched on were transpor- C mpliniented With

month water furnished. Located
tation, lunch rooms, and free books.
Broadus WilloughbyREALTOR on US 90 across from NFJC Shower
Ideal for students or couple. Phone SALES & SERVICE He said extra curricular activities

HU 3-2579, LEON SWIFT. l-3t-pd such as football, band, summer -

Phone HU '3-6481, Madison. programs: paper annual and clubs Miss Billie Jean Coody complimented FLUE-CURED TOBACCO ".
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'""" FOR RENT: two :furnished apart- CO. ALLOTMENTS
Howerton educational
Supply are justified by being
ments; one 2-bedroonr upstairs Miss Dale Carpenter, bride-
He of his -
experiences. spoke highly
elect, with a delightful miscellaneous
i and one 1-b'edroom downstairs. MADISON. -
FLA. of teachers and said "What Charles F Sims ASCS County-
F DICK. corps shower
ADULTS ONLY. MRS"E Friday evening at the I *
INSON HU 32396. 1-tf-ch you want for your child "is what home' of Office :Manager reports that much .
her grandmother, Mrs .D D
I Curb Service for those the teacher wants for your child. :Morris. interest is; being shown in connec "

List your farm and city property [,FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished famous HOT DOGS and HAMBURGERS In his plea for support of parentshe tion'with an amendment to current'
bath shower Lovely arrangements of hurricane tobacco which will I
apartment. Private legislation authorize -
with us for nationwide advertising. at WHITE TOP stressed proper food, rest etc
WALKER I and gloriosa lilies were placed in lease annual basis
and entrance. MRS M L the on an
Ko charge' for listing. 115 Dade cor. Horry Sts. DRIVE-IN, 3-li P. M. for the children in order to obtain the Ihringropm' and, the dining table for 1962 and 1963 tobacco allot-

: Phone HU 3-6243 Madison.,1ltchFurnished maximum efficiency in school work. held a silver bowl of yellow daisy ments. .' :
P Bob & Beanie SearcyRT. A question and answer period mums, silver candelabra with tapers The amendment the legislation .

Apartments FOR RENT. GIRMDIN JEWELERSFOR followed. The speaker was intro- and a bride .doll emphasizing the commonly referred to as the ,
2 BOX 130-A
Oil and heaters
stoves .circulating
FLA. duced by) Mrs !Marshall Hamilton, yellow color not .. "Matthews Bill" was signed by the _,',
MADISON .
FOR SALE cheap. MRS J J
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PHONE HU' 3-6487 .NEWMAN, Phone HU 3-2523. THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE chairman of the Educational de- Guests wrote ..their favorite recipes President September 7. _

2-tf-ch SILVER CHINA. CRYSTAL. partment. Mrs Hamilton also introduced ....for. -the --honoree-. and winning .

-FOR SALE -DIAMONDS,,JEWELRY._ ., _. Miss Judy Littleton, the prizes-in.tb contests were Miss PEANUT SUPPORT PRICE
---... mR..RENT: three. bedroom- -"''I club's recipient' of t1.e'NFJC. Beatrice Griff Miss Rosa ANNOUNCEDJohn
: EXPERT REPAIRING? inland;
'
urnished: house in Lakeside. 7'i'!>- this
Furniture 'peel scholarship year. Mabel
Patio Imported Waring.
Available 15th. Phone HU
cane chairs, coffee tables, tea tables '3-2391 weekends Sept.; or write Box NATIONAL Mrs J B Davis conducted the The bride-elect_ was assisted by Cone, Chairman, Madison ,'

Children's chairs $4.95 up. Artcraft, 487, Madison. 2-2t-ch II BRIDAL! business session when the treasurer, her mother Mrs Emaline Carpenter ASC Committee, announces that ,.

next to Chuck Wagon in Setzers .. Mrs T C Gibson gave a detailed in opening> her many beautiful gifts. the .final national average support

Shopping Center. FOR ,RENT; Seven room house SERVICE,. ,< report.of club finances that showeda Mrs D D Morris, Mrs W T Coody, price for 1961-crop peanuts' is $22t' > -..
balance on hand of $2252,92, Mrs per ton average grade. .
with 3 bedrooms Conveniently A good selection of Miss Della Martin, Mrs C H Rains

FOR SALE located, completely repainted. Apply Sterling: & plated Hollowareby T'C Coody reported $364.55 clearedat and'Mrs Chandler/Rains Jr assisted *

and Pep's Cafe, phone HU 3-2522, _finest manufacturers the tobaccowarehouse' booth. the hostess in entertaining and serving Miss Mary Ruth Kramer has had; ".
Larsen Fiberglass Speedboat .
Madison. 2-lt-pd Many gifts to choose from Mrs Davis read her list of department chicken salad sandwiches, a three weeks' vacation trip to
trailer $1395 value for % price. hospitality telephone and points in California. She also visited '.
cake and float.
$695 only one. Eighteen foot new 303 No. Patterson special chairmen for the year Mrs squares gingerale friends in Buffalo, N Y. enroute -
Miss Goody's gift to.her honoree .
.
Larsen Sea, Lion fiberglass boat Wanted R L Millinor 'gave the library report back to Athens, Ga, where,she entered .
attractive snack set.
VALDOSTA GA. was an last She returned to
and trailer $1250. See Lewis' Hames, and invited all to visit and 'use :. Thursday.
next to Chuck Wagon in Setzer Listings of land: in North '" school early where she is,participating -
the library.
.. in the activities as a rush advisor -_
Shopping Center. Central Florida in_ small tracts, A committee made a .tour, of the Mrs H C Merryday is in Jack-, at the University of Georgia,
sonville on visit with her sister
large tracts suitable for general building after the meeting to ascertain a
FOR SALE: Used electric Frigidaire Gl raia Mrs Helen Marks. She was accompanied -

refrigerator and stove. L A ALMOND HU- farming, pine growing etc. Give the extent of repairs..,. to be Friday .by Mrs W :T.Davis,,'Brigg -Stratton Parts &
Lee Fla", or phone full and complete information, PLATE made. Mrs T C Coody and Mrs Can- Kar- <
3-6409 'Madison. 3-lt-ch GLASSIGLASS Mrs James Conway, chairman, stedt .

FOR SALE: One 1958 two-door write ... _CII'a Y and Mrs r A A Trulove Mrs J' 0 -k-: ServiceMcWIUlAMS

Chevrolet Belair sedan, or trade Joseph A Wheeler Wade, Mrs Marie Wadsworth, Mrs Mr Walter Renfroe returned the :
for one-half or three-quarter ton V M Folsom and Mrs T C McNally first of the week from a two weeks'

pick-up truck same value. GLASS BLOCK I were hostesses and served sand visit in Blacksburg, Va. with his GARAGE

CHERRY'S FEED ''STORE, Lee Realtor .' MIRRORSCONSULTING wiches cookies and coffee. Mrs.I son .

Fla. 3-3t-ch coffee at the tablein
13003 N. W. 22nd. Avenue Conway poured
FOR SALE: Three purebred Siamese the lounge which was covered Madison Gas Co. Madison Gas Co.
Miami Florida. 3-lt-ch T. M. HOWERTON :
kittens, $10 .each. Call M1$ JR I with a cut work linen cloth and _

MARTHA JOHNSON WO 3-2351 HELP WANTED held a bowl of yellow and bronze
after 6 pm or write Box 104 Wellborn FORESTER i
Fla. 3t-lt-pd, SALESMEN OR AGENTS <<) TIMBER, MARKETING mums. j .

Man or woman. Pleasant profit- S. Duval Street e ..' ,'. I:
Your SALES will go irf orbit."if Ph. c::..;) .' ",- S "
able route work. Full or part time. HU 3-668L Madison BIRTHDAY PARTY .*' .- 9J 4 ,
you use E-R space. ..; ../ .. -
Large repeat orders. Earn $2.50 : '
a'CU -
BEFORE SELLING your timberor per hour or more.. Age no barrier. J. D. Scruggs Michael Williams ''celebrated his .en. :

timber land. please see me. We Write McNESS CO.. Box 2766, De- third birthday with a lovely partyat .. .- ,. CvaO < ;'

are also interested in buying a Soto Station, Memphis- 2, Tenn. FORESTER the home of his parents, Mr and v S3
amount of pine-hardwood 3.2tpdWanted REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. 'SO, GALLON KEE ,
limited Mrs James Williams, Aug. 28th. -
pulpwood delivered by truck to .. HU -6186MADISON. The chocolate birthday cake was 0" : ,
Foley, Fla.. or loaded on R R cars.' Female Help FLA. _' decorated with cowboys and horses -: Gas Water Heater _,

See write or 'call and favors of bubbles and
,, liquid etf :
I_ P. GIBSON / BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: For balloons were presented to each '. -=Glass ,Lined, 10-yr Warranty :' n ::

Rt. 3, Madison, Florida WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE sale-" 'Coin-operated laundry with guest. Refreshments, of cake, ice -:::; <. .. =: <
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Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 If you would enjoy working 3 or 16 Westinghouse, washers and 6 cream and lemonade were served. f $54.95 I'

4 hours a day calling regularly each dryers located at Setzer'a Shopping The highlight of the party was :
FOR SALE;: Plenty of live fish month Centerall equipment in very
on a group of Studio Girl seeing :Michael's picture on Circle
shiners minnows pond worms good condition excellent return i-.L O
bait Cosmetic clients on a route to be 6 Ranch and their singing of Happy 4 ; 't"4-
crickets sand on investment reasonable ;,. .
maggots
wigglers, '
.blue
established
in and around !Madison Birthday: to' him over television. .
tackle and a good brand of and are willing to make light de- termswrite REG, P O Box 754 Cindy Williams assisted her ;HAKDWICK -' :
fishing poles, plus a .,'or.phone 223-0876 Tallahassee. ( ." .
guaranteed
liveries etc., write' to STUDIO \
"? mother in entertaining the young
complete line of Bogie baits.Rowell's .-' GIRL COSMETICS Dept SW 9, C 48-tf-ch ) Cas
guests. c '' Range$1439 S>> .
and Tackle Centeris
Bait Glendale: California.. Route will pay FOR Michael received many attractive t..') ,. .
now alr-conditinned to assureyou up to $5.00 per hour. 3-2t-ch PEST.. CONTROL SERVICE gifts.. Completely installed, with two if ,
of more lively live bait: Also !3 '
: 100-lb gas cylinders- .
give 24-hr service' to anyone, FEMALE HELP WANTED CALL

seven we days a week. We have :THE BURKEEXTERMINATING Mrs Kirby Reichmann spent, the $19.99 down, $7.Q5 mo._' .
THING! TAKE. CARE OF CHILDREN'S CO weekend in St Petersburg with eS.Ct3.: :).
her daughter Miss Nell Norfleet. r:: ,
KOWELL'S BAIT & TACKLECENTER school expenses! By earning; moneyin PHONE 293-J; PERRY. FLAi a e. .

across from. SAL Depot, your own neighborhood; the studdent at Presbyterian.college. .:!i. > Madison Gas C o. en '
Madison 41-tf-ch AVON way. Write MRS OUIDA C

SWEAT, POBox 540. ;; Live. Oak,, -NOTICE- i HU 3-2226 Madison, Fla, 0E
FOR SALE: Looking for a good Fla. Registered Sateyer : ;
business of your own? Be your The Reliable Cleaners will be, ,. J V .''Red*' Cason Charles Wells
-well 'known Rowell WANTED with for changing Management thirty days' Pbc eau 3.2372MADISON -
own boss.. The : Boy bicycle bars Dorothy Medders R H. ob- Dye
Bleach Route is now for -ale, due Valdosta Times newspaper routeIn from the date of this publication.'; FLORIDA

to retirement. Contact MRS DEVi Madison. Write LEON. SPEN- All clothes will be sold after then.

ROWELL across from the SAL CER, Valdosta Times' 'Valdosta' .' SARAH J..'.BROWN.. Manager.' JOIIN.W.'.WADSWORTH ;..... Gas CO. MADISON. 'GAS, _-'CO..
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PAGE 'SIXTEEN y* .. __." \"THE ENTERPRISEvRETORDI .lIADIsbNrFlJORli>A':. \ '"' '"'H'1.J.i. ..-.. -. .... .. _
)--. ----- ::::1.- : .: FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER 22ndr '!1961

THEWES1?jIADISO bt4SELEY: MALL r ,: CHUHCH 61EED GRAIN i PAYMENTS =t' '
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.METHODIST; 4.RGE ;:.'.X- t ,,?. -, A and Hickory Grove Churches Knetta Florida GET V UNDER "WAY. ':"'...--*,.- V1 V -..: '*:'*=*f" !J: B DAVIS-]$ ;
; t -' i 4 REV. L. E. DENSLOW Pastor PAUL A.. TRAVIS,. Pastor ,;-'r : ,' .
paStor' ........ -
*" -.w. Rev. Jack! Lamb AT LEE Sunday Bible School 10:00 -';; {::
P 8'm. 3HEtLJOBB f ,
RED C. B. DAVIS; rCHERRY Chairman of Deacons Mr; S'R- Sapp Morning. Worship S., S.. Supt. Mr. ,G. C, Buchanan Final= payments to ':farmers't4ho .. :,.D *. ':.

FIRST 'LAKE CHURCH rrth. g Union Director ".j 1SIdney] 1st and 3rd Sundays:11:00 a. m. Morning Worship< '
AND THIRD' SUNDAYS -' Moon 2nd and 4th Sundays 900, a.. m. Training Union ,..._.., ? 7:00 m. 1961_ ee4gx.aIn progranx, for corn .- e' ., r .
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Sunday School .:..:..10:00 A. M. S. S. Sup ..-._. __.:Mrs S'.R Sapp Evening Service1st Director M. T.- C. Morris p and grain sorghum 'are,.Tjiow; :being' ,. : :.,' f

Worship Service J .. -- *. 7:30 P, M. Framing Union Associate, ;:, and 3rd Sundays 8:00. p., m, Evening Service '____ 8:00 p ra. made throughout the county,. Buy SHELL gasoline at the
SECON 3 & FOURTH SUNDAYS Director ......:..?.......T Leroy Cruce Sunday- School Hour of Power, Wed. 8:00 p. m. Advance payments were made to .

Sunday hootM10O0: At M. Song Leader ..--, -Mer'e' Bass Every Sunday, 10:00 a. .m Choir Practice. Wed. 9:00 p.m. many producers at the time they following M-, l
Pianist ---- -. Mrs. JuaMIA; Cruce JFenowshfe .. signified their intention .of cations: : '
Worship rvice : lljOO A. i.t Xouth, > RA.'s meet Saturday .3:0Q. p. m. ,participating ; ', c.t rf
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.- Wore Sunday School =: ... .,., -10:00-8.; m. Every Sunday 7:00 p. m. Everyone is welcome fn the program as a meansof ..
Fiat
Family Sight, Friday' : Morning Worship ....._.. 11:00 a. m. BOBBY WILLIAMS,.. :, The only helping meet production expenses .
Sunday each: month At, 7":3q P ,)L : .' ..... thing. missing in our MESSER-B: .&T .CO.---...-'. :. .
Training Uafem. ,.. ,.., 6:30 p. m.Eveig Church School Superintendent- ch rch is (U). -maintaining farmers' income. ''''
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,- Thomas Juries.. 'Church .School#- Supt} Wow lp. ,__: .:31l p. m. AT HICKORY GROVE DAVIS ; S SERVICE STAIION N?' :TROBINSON'S

ROC CY SPRINGS CHURCH Mid Week Peter 730 p.asj. Wed. Morning Worship 4. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Mr and. Mrs Allen Frodsham and GARAGEYTMTI; :

FIRS ,AND* THIRD. :J SUNDAYS' Just aa' 'I'aa' wit. one;plea. Jesus 2nd and 4th Sundays, 11:30. L..m. CHURCH family ,moved Saturday: from ttie e' !. ,
Sunday School 1tO( ; A. M. says bonoeand .wonbIpess' Evening. Service : _.-,_ Services V everySat Littleton house corner: Washington : "

Worship Service _'ll' _JLiC. of, the,: gpodnecg ot $ "'fothes.! 2nd and 4th Sundays'r 8.-QO .p. m.. ison American: .Legion UI't1Q..t'JIad.Hall : and Livingston. streets :to the Gibson GREENVILEE. ,\ ,,, 'SHELL. 'i':STATION, _
+ tae be; with, us la Tag Lord's School house: recently Vacated by Mr and .. .
SEGO \. & FOURTH -shyly. .. s. : Sunday ,Sabbath School T>egu '2 '. Ile',m.Churc .: ,* .., .H. ..' .1.H. .;,
' -- I-. Every Sunday ;.;:;1030 'a: 6t MrsrBeasIey Cdle.. ;
SertiiceL '. 1r -- 9 Service. at 3 -. .. .? ;, ...
A.: : !i11siiman3t
Worship. > 9S3,..:. 'M.+ :. Youth'-Fellowship'4' ', pvjtu r, ta <* f y BLANTON'g'. GROCERY' *

Sunday School_*__. 10:H ,ArM.Family r PINE I ...... "''M. E_{. #. ..i4. : URCH Every, Sunday ''::-' 7:00 pT. '.m. HAROLD E. a WILLIS YATES.S. S.Pastor Supt .: 750-14. jGoodyearNyfcn AII.:Weather; "t ,.-" "" ', t1! r5:f'!.......,:.............
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,7 ight; Friday after SeeaadSunday i ;; : '" V V .. ,. 'v -
,.. .. ,& Mid-Week Prayer Service 'V. phone HU 3-651T.. ; ; : ;t.' ':. r. .

iach month at' ,736JP,11.. ( 's.. y g ., __ oA.-; M.u Every, Wednesday ._ 8:30 p.m..- ,Everyone Welcofee'. r.. ;.' ;I ; Tiie: :. It : :, ':tm
JACK JOHNS .
P. K. R >well .Church. Saboa. ':IiJ K <... ; A. IL JULIAN ANDREWS. > '. 14V : -V -........,I Fr. Iff ERV." \ /STA.I. ":
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;. Claude ] HivaC Charge. LaY 'Lead ;.' M y-. i g .,vI':18 P. M.rYet Church School: Superintendent MADISON. CHURCH. 'OF'X3R1ST : As ,Low As $14.88 berry' Lake : J'M ', ....r

3HILOH .CHt.c: -/.+--I : hc.; ,S ft Ji''' <' P. M. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH r,701, South Range\ l' ,.. '. ; .., I .i i ',

FIRS :AND 4TBJRQ.::" "' AYS. ;, PraYer, .Meeting../'W k -- .,- .. GREENVILLE, FLA. Sunday Bible. Study _. 10:00. ., A. M: Plus Tax ,and" Exchange: ,.. .: *. F.:: TERRY GROCERY: ,\* 1
.: Worship Service '_ 9:30-'A: : M.. "Evert g---. .".'.-'.-"" 7. P M.WiB Sunday --School...r....*.* 10KK A.. M. Lords Supper ,and ,*" ..r ',". '{ Br 2, Madison ':* *

Sunday School .... 10:30A.. M.. SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ Morning WorAIp' E--. '11:00A.. M. Edificatioa ... .-. .._ '11:00 A.' M. ,MesseBattery t '. t ; *' ....,*-:-

... SECOND & FQURTH SUNDAYS ARTHUR CRUCES Training Union Baptist Training,:Course; 645P., M. Sunday Evening Service' 7:00( P,,!.t : ; ,

.- Sunday'' School \ 10:00 A. Ml: I Director.ERNEST Evening. Worship' _; 730P. JL Wednesday ,Evening & TJt CO FLORIDENA+ COURT -

Worship. Service 750 P.. ,M GURR,. Minister.. J Prayer: Meeting Wed. _7:30 P.-Mm Services .-.. :..-.- ... 8:00: ..P.. )f. On US 90 7 ml. W. of Madison. .

'Family Night, Friday after. JlnfSunday : .t'

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Sunday School 10:00: A. M. ,,;. .. ; "
Youth Sfa'vlce Wednesday'8:00. : p?6iri! ir"F it???AgM:; ai n: :;: ..::,fv. i.. "'.. :: ';.

9vening Worship ;,. -..& 7:30'p.. .m. FS. V )

,Morning: Worship f..: ;. 11:00 a. m. -. t-- .
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WELCOME Instructor* Billy Reynolds.(turning front wheel}and Shell'dealer* check out a carat. one of Shell's 123 training centers. ,>'. f ffc* .
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Philip Howell ....-. ..:. S. S. Supt < : : '; ; **

Marvin Bass B.: T. U. Director .;:: :. : r > : ;** !.iftkf"
REV: ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor .

MT.,. OLIVE WELCOME BAPTIST TO CHURCH .iL', .- Shell .i instructor Billy Reynolds: 'reveals 10 trouble l signals. : ;


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Worship ,.....L 11:00 A M.Training .

Evening,Worshlpf730 Union -r-, 630 P.P.,M.AC.: .<: "he tells Shell dealers to watch. for.' You should know about ,j .' .

Prayer 'Meeting ._- 730 P.'bi. t .<" .. j :: ,.. -
Church Business Meeting First

Wednesday night, :of.each month. them help..you J *:troublebefore it starts. ,
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r REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor .; .'than cither bumper, and shove down hard.If 8.Uader. .e..1iooc dues.You can learn filled with the gasoline that's made for ;

MORE Shell bobs and down for a long"''. lot Supef Ir ."; '1. t .
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH .i' your car up a: l'just'by looking at your engine. top performance today's ,

BTJnday School --_... 10:00: A. M. dealers go to Sh n.s .time ask your -Shell service roan"to Watch for oft, fuel'or water leaks. Even with 9 ingredients. ". ''Jj. : V_ .t .; .. ..5. .

Morning .Worship 11:00 A. M. 123 tn ining centers check your shock absorbers. --"" tiny leaks can lea : Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. ME"euing / every on. :You can alsa make quick visual Super SheM'. -0 Ingredients, .: }...
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Worship 7:30 P. M.W3d Classes covet the 4.:.Decrepit tail pipe. If your tail pipeis check of wiring and electrical connec for top Pact ormsnCS : ;:.
Prayer Service 7:30 'P.MfYouanService rusted in it should be -
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through spots &
looseorinsulation #1 is TCP* for miles .
i citationoperation. tions. ,If wires are. hanging power: ge longer'plug
S P. M. Wednesday; gamut replaced. Same thing for your muffler life. .-'. ..,,'" ;II;' .
'V> IT::SJNGLETARY S.. S. Supt But male has worn away-see your
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t.t B. T. Director trouble-spotting warm-ups.
J.: :WYNN. U. car roar like a wounded.nippot..'*. .... It ,
REVt4W DeSHAZO, Pastor v special emphasis. Here are 10 trou- your #3 is antiknock.mix-for. resistance to aH
gets Worst of all, run the danger of exhaust .
you !,. 'SI8I1 k11 .If your engine kinds of knock "r.- -, ?:
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BAPTIST CHURCH into
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passenger than usual when
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i EV.'z.' T. CARTER. Pastor&vices Shell's chief instructors, stresses. Your Shell dealer can. yfrlkYIzte to Ig1i-s ..' '
S every SundayScjnday x .' r p V"'1 5 ,) 'If you notice'vi;; ny of them m ,your' compartment you start up, an inspection of" your oleo'; '. : ',
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Morning Worship 11:00. A. M. ."T'\l .4- -,..Jc: -.J""may.: *' h epyou h""'a4o1I,a big rcPa'rr't-. ,5.."Bio.ted'.aditor buse.VInapeec all; A mn-dowrr baaeryhusuallyhee #6 is "cat-cracked gaioIiDe-Eor'p. -, ; T
Training Union 7:00 P. M. of the rubber hoses that rnterconnect cause of starting problems. But the real .' > ;'1
1\ *. Mushy teaices. When car is If7. .is>n pti- er.Addedh: in cold. .f weathec.. ... .
Evening{ WorshipPrayer 8:00 P. llL: ;, your If'they are cracked trouble may be elsewhere. Somethingas "
r.: .. .. '\ still brake pedal your cooling system. #8 is gum preventive to keep carbureton
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Meeting Wed. 1:30 P.M. standing your .1 loose battery connection .
or swollen, they can faA at any.time. simple as A dean inside. .. _, .. .,
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:. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF pedal and.sinlsall' way Replacing hoses is a simple task. for. need a minor adjustment. Play safe and .... *
,. 'to the Boor board, you've got trouble: "" tell Shell service.,man.
LATTER DAY SAINTS 'T 4. t any Shell dealer your .... '
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Su day School 10:00
Sa Tameni :Meeting: ..., i.'r:'llKJOXftelief a. m.m- ,'.1 be leaking wheel cylinder. Or; more Marred wfadsfelekL Peel the blades OS-streaked sidewaHs.lt: may take where 1997,scientists are working

Society and Priesthood;:time ,. ,., t r k4 a leaky' master brake cylinder.A orr your windshield wipers. If theytrc'hard..tbe a bit of back bending,. but it's worth to make your car gp better and better .,

ana dace: as announced at Sacra- : $.. well-tramedSheH- dealer can track can scar the glass. If they're the effort to check the side of your r

: r OKJnt {.Meeting. v ,.. "t 4rr.37. : down brake troubles quickly. frayed they can streak it. Ask- yOur tires you seldom see-the: .side facingin. I _

: AIL sERVICEs AT AMERICAN 2. Wandering wheels. If front Shell dealer tacfieck the spring Pressure Look for signs:of 1 leaking fluid on' cf/h
.LEGION HALL -> 0,"%| your on your wiper arms too.: It the" .th .tire walls.Could be a Jeaking brake .
tires more side of the- .
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; GE GOAD CHERRY LAKE tread than the other, wheel align- sear-eels. :
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'- r VIEW HOPEFUL, J JMISSIONARY ; *..1 4 .*ti. "''t1. probably.at glass and let the rain swamp your vfcwii-: lj>- trained Shell dealer knows
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BAPTIST CHURCH NOTE: an ovt-ot-line wheel drags at, |
ties every first and third $,,' '. eon an -e'to theune of-travel=*can:t' 7..Sta..e makes. Listen for squeak-1 fi more trouble Signals.than the ten listed

.: Sundays at: 11 a.' m. and B&Q p, .m. '. ice-." increase: tire wear vp to 50 per cent.Be squeaks, rattles and 'other mysterious here.Ask him to give your cat a bumpertobumper tik"s, s 3 ?
Sunday School Sunday.10:00 noises: Stzange noises areTof ten 'warnings "inspection next time you
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