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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 29, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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sy. '' : <"f. :: Kilpatrick od jaredy?uld have des-
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J"t OFFERS DOUBLE I : troyed Sevoffs .filling 'station.
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r '.: hIs name>. droye. Into ,SeYors station
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knocked down a gas pump
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sEvEN blasted off. fire spouted from
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rY :;; r .' 'r" the broken pipe. At this. junctureMr
> ', ;PRICE Smith ran Up with his foam
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i maximum value in concert entertainment In the meantime, the fleeing

the Madison.Artist Series j juvenile pulled into the dirt road

Itl and Perry Mutual Concert,. Association by Yellow Pine Truck Stop witn

are opening their' t respective two flat; tires. J P Johnson proprietor

It I series' to'all members '-:of* each turned the youth over to Patrolman -

l' t RICHARD GOODI.AKE, group As a result' ; members- will Hazel Malone, who transferred

., .... .. .. .- LUCKTENBERG DUO receive, literally twice the value of him to Trooper KUpatrick, who took
WINDSOR SINGERS
JHE ;
II 'DOUGLAS"WJLLIAIIS, ,. I previous memberships with no, in- him to Jail, where he admitted the

)or "... ..,. ," .c crease in .cost (adults $5*.., student theft of- the car |n Orlando. Thirtyudnutes ;

HICKORY GROVE HOMECOMING. :' : -X$3.00)Madison_., '" later, a teletype message
4 ; CARD'OF THANKS( LEE NEWS' NOTES; NOTICEElection (() events will be held in the from Orlando reported the theft.

... -, -w-: ,; : / Woodard, Theatre, beginning: at 8:15 The young boy was charged with
pm, and are scheduled as follows: auto theft
Home-coming at Hickory :Grove We:wish to. express our .appreciation of Three Supervisors for 9-Lucktenberg hio.Highlyacconaplished and failure to stop at
Monday, pet
Methodist church Sunday was attended :' to everyone for their many The friends of Mrs R L Newsome terms of four years each and one performers scene of ah, accident

'i the'largest.,number ever "acts of"kindness, expressions ofsympathy regret she continues ill in the Madi; Supervisor for two year term for violin and harpsichord. "" qnthe ; -Kilpatrick estimated the damage
>y m to the station was$700..
and the beautiful flowers son County Memorial hospital. Reports Madison Soil Conservation DistrictOctober .
**ta.attend lr like, service"t !ere* Monday Nov. Windsor Singers.. \ : ,'. fI' '*
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that she seemed !%
I :ltty-sever members during,the illness and passing of our Monday 17, 1961 An attractive and capable 'trio,G:;
: ere. yq&, loved = Mae ..., .be, somewhat. however; .t ConservationAct '
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Sunday 1)ne: JCrs.Lonai? Walker! s better. Pursuant to the Soil eluding .L sopranobaritone, *---and .o CHERRY; LAKE NEWS
andr forty-efgbt visitors at G a"b1ess' still .seriously Ill. .
May e&eh of .you. : *as- Chapter 582, Florida Statutes -K
School and many more: visitors at. c'W and FAMILY ', hrir Ellis M Bhaekispending + -of-MIanfs ofI949'and Chapter 28094 of 1953 mezzo-soprano.Tuesday Feb., 6- nt''I.opez.: >

,tended the 11:30 service. A picnic a few days withhis'. aunt; notice hereby given of an electionto Famous orchestra leader Ma lecture Little Betty'Am Gross age 6,

lunch was served on the groundsat 1950 VEHICLES COLLIDE' ':Miss Vesta Blanton. <" "Be held on October 17, 1961 for on his experiences in,popular music daughter of Mr and*Mrs Harold
Mrs R E Ragans had'' two of her the election of three (3) supervisorsfor : Gross underwent brain surgery last
noon. during the past thirty years illustrating
Rev L'E I ... grandsons, Oscar Jr and Randy Ri- terms of, four (4) years each Tuesday at the St Vincents Hospital
The pastor, ; at the piano..,
.. A 1950 Ctevxpief car 'driven by of Palatka to visit her the for two (2) in
presided over the sdrvie a: gans, and one (1) supervisor Wednesday March 21-Douglas Jacksonville. She is reportedas
W_ Coin. an4 a 1950 Chevrolet past week. term ,
Rev'Gerald.: .Williams year Williams. Popularand versatile doing fine.
former pastor pickup drivenE David:: Harris and Mrs EL Flowers and '
Mr POLLING PLACES: marimba.' Blanche &
Heights Methodist virtuoso ,of the Gentry Sandra Sale were
of the Tallahassee inspiring collided Tuesday on the old Quit- ,Becky have as guest Mr Flower., Jack Johns Store' -Cherry Lake Fla. Attractions scheduled'by the Perry among the nine students of Madi
the
church brought man road,' near Greenville. No in mother, Mrs Pridgeon, of Perry. Joe S Reams Store, Greenville, Fla. Mutual Concert Association will be son, High School that received cer.

-message. juries. No charges filed. Mr and Mrs R L ,Griffin and M' .StofcgrStore, Lee, Fla. held:*.I the Taylor County -High tificates for outstanding
music included a vocal and Roger Griffin of A ,dt Fid. performances
Special The truck was bought Tuesday Mrs "ftwirfhouse[ Madison, School Auditorium beginning at
t :
solo, The Love of God by Miss were guests Sunday of"Mr andj&trs J T Woodward Store, Pinetta, Fla.Blanton's 8:00 pm. Concerts in the Perry on National Education Develop.
and
'wrecked
morning Tuesday
E'' /f Store Simians ment Tests awarded by the Science
Sandra Ulm with piano accompaniment afternoon. ', A Ragans. Fla series are as follows:
by Mrs W J Bennett and The many friends of Mr Marcus Polling places will be open between Monday, Oct. '30-Daphne Hellman Research Associates of Chicago. *

Rose Stewart and Cherry ,.are glad that he is doing the hours-of 8:00 a. nx and Trio.. An unusually successful combination ,. FAMILY NIGHT
Bennie
duet with
:Miss accompaniment -
Miss; Bertha Rosa*Denslow sang, a BillYMcMullen'f ;3ac6onvIUe.fty" ltiIr.: Jhicety -in *the"local.l osp1taL' hey- 5:00p."
'- hope ,he will soon beat..vhome. All qualified electors residing Includes harp; guitar and string ly"night at Cherry Lake Baptist

Miss Georgie MvCau and. Mrs within the District'shall be eligibleto bass. church Monday night.

WI MIAMI GIRL MODELS DRESS AT Chloe.. Blanton of Jacksonv1Uewere_ vote in this- election.A Monday Feb. 12 -Gerson Yessln. After a bountiful covered dish
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over-night guests_ Saturday ,'Of"'af qualified. as defined in Outstanding concert \ pianist, play- supper a program of games and

Al ,SHOW---COLLAPSES: AND DIES Vesta: Blanton, and "attends! _services the Florida Soil ,Conservation, Act Ing' a return engagement in Perry spiritual programs were enjoyed.
at Corinth Primitive Baptist includes"any person qualified to
; by popular demand. .
Mrs H Weaver In ot
was charge
i church. SA _r. vote in general elections under the Wednesday, March 28-Don Cossack -
By HENRY OVEN DISH brought to. Miami in infancy, 'oy 'Mr and :Mrs A''J Beauchamp" ofTampa ; Constitution and Statutes of this Chorus and Dancers. Serge.Jarofl's programs, Sally Wilson, Mrs Mil
(in Miami Herald) her parents and had resided, here and Mrs Weaver Nelda
.- are spending this /Week'with state who is also a landowner in internationally famous ner sang,

14 A 15-year-old at girl a teenage strolled fashion down since boro,.then.lives. Hef.father in Jacksonville, Charles Scar- her cousin Mrs 0 D 'McMullen, and- the herein named district. group should provide a rousing finale Weaver pianist. Blanche Gentry
the platform : old friends of : M. O. WATKINS AdministratorState Rev
Lee. read the scripture, J R Polling
1 show In a downtown department ______ n ...._..,____.__., Mrs Russell Wadsworth Soil.Conservation Board. to the series as a whole.
ofCross Memberships will -fce on sale gave devotionals.

store yesterday, her afternoon.eyes aglow, her City was' the guest bra short while ),10VLMHlbf through October 9 and may be pur- Highlight for the program was

light Returning brown -hair fluffed up -- De-' Sunday :afternoon of. Mrs Pearl Williams. -f 250 "c. Sept 29, Oct 6-ch chased from the College at Beggs the speakers from the intermediate

Scarboro, daughter of Dry Goods Store, the Daylight Department classes, Nelda Weaver on Tobacco
:Etta Evelyn S. Sgt and, :Mrs David Stokes of
Pyrofax$22OOO Store, or from any member
Mrs Evelyn Searboro of 3400 NW Habits and Dottie Denson on Alcohol
Bermuda are the' prou<|, parents of a I of the Artist Series Committee.
to to. |
.19th Ave., was about speak both stressing the effects onteenagers
baby girl born
Sept 9th. They Advt.MADISON .
the master of 'ceremonies. named her Lois 'Cw nn. Teen-age Bakiig and adults, using scripture
Suddenly her, knees crumpled and r. 'It' ;-, as references.TU .
she slipped quietly to the floor. i'ij''i Royce Mrs of AJlie Lakeland Mae Smith and Sunday son; I .. .,. s-. MOTHER: .i TIME CHANGES
were guests -
Taken to Jackson Memorial in an .. <> -' --' > of, her parents, Mr and Mrs I Cetfest 1 BABY MISSING The time changes for TU from

ambulance after first aid treatment .. ,' Frank Stoke: They also had their NEW YORK, Sept -Teen-agers 6:45 to 6:15 Sunday Oct 1st at
failed to revive her, she was pronounced A missIngpenon report has been
< ,,, : daughter, Miss Helen, of Jackson- I from Ut.to 19 have a unique opportunity Cherry Lake Baptist Church. Prayer
dead minutes later. for Fla-
26 filed a young Madison ,
# ville, to spend the end with
week smarting
The Medical Examiner's' Office today to bake their mother and her small baby.. service Wednesdays to 7:30 p. prThe
them. to the colleges of their officers will
way choice new take classeson
be some time before Madison. authorities notified Valdosta
said it might
of death established. Mr Cecil Kent has been in Pice- in: a'-.sew and, .educational, baking this date at the church.
the cause was police Mrs Carolyn Virginia
,A' note on a Miami police department view hospital for several days under competition sponsored by PyrofaxGas Hill and her baby are missing from Cherry Lake School PTA met:
medical treatment His ri ends -
indicated she had been ft 1, Corporation, 'marketers of night for
report the Florida city Thursday an interesting
l.t. hope that he can soon be back bottled gas for ,both household and
treated for fainting' spells three home industrial use. Authorities said the woman's program and good attendance.

years ago i :. Mr and Mrs Charley Green of The contest, offers* three $1. 00( father: L H C ),vin, filed the missing Prof A J Hargrove of Madisonand

JACKSON HIGH Jacksonville persons report the Cherry Lake teachers conducted
came up Tuesday .fora college scholarships-plus a possible
The sophomore at Jackson, High $-L ,visit with her mother, Mrs Viola $500 cash bonus in each instanceand Mrs Hill was reported separated a panel discussion on the
School had been one of 25 entrants ; from her husband, according to
I Kent, and other relatives!
lit: other prizes that bringthe training il child from the beginningof
the of four finals in the Times.
in first authorities.-Valdosta
All are looking forward.to- value of the awards to more than school to help them on through
bliss Teen-age America contest at DeETTA SCARBORO homecoming; at-the Methodist''church' 22000.

Richards Department .Store. :Miami Jackson.Student. 3d Sunday: in October. Come. and. Entry blanks for the contest and MADISON LADIES GOLFASSOCIATION college., of
Mrs Phillip wags daughter
The winner of the local eliminations
j :
r make this a joyful day. details, may be obtained in this
-Miss Teen-age Miami -, is CLUB MEMBER Mr and Mrs H Newell, was checked
Messrs Al Taylor and'Dalton area from;the local Pyrofax Gas distributor
I scheduled to go to the} national' .contest She was a member; of the Mercer were .business visitors 'JnMinneapolis ; : W c: Copeland,' Jr, of Sixteen members .of.the >IadisenLadles' at, the Jacksonville Mal this
in Dallas next month, Y-Teens, the Charm Club the week and referred beck to Qottman
Minn .Th ey-repon, a ,Madison,. Florida ) Golf Association attended
.An'audience: of 200 teen-age girls French8 Chili and_ the"Junior 'High: fine,*trip. They returned home. Sat' the Ladies Day fat Perryon r| Friday,, fortreatment; J

their parents and" friends including...Chorus-.. _"._, __ .__,_____ u rdaY'--morning. -, -----LtONS""C.L-U B "Winners were i'Mrs ";Ester_Watson
r UeEtta's mother "had gathered at .
Equally work
active. in church ,
Julianne
>eo;' .._ "' i! first Lw Gross; Mrs
9 ;
old bo Leon Bennett
floor the Twin
site of show. 6-year
the ys.
she was a member;of"the Allapattah S- Mrs ;Joe: Smith of Jacksonville ISA1 At tM...,.. Lions'" Club meeting Tues- Schoelles, second Low Gross and .
"' '" ; and Lawtogr Benaett were
+ :peEtta was modeling a moss ,green' .:Baptist jChurch She sang pin.j the the : for severa da"'of- p !iayt. t' Coffee was received into Low,Putts. '
Eulee Register driven
and killed
Mrs struck fey car
ttnade., a
"street dress that she had Intermediate '
choir
and enrolled
was lr.erabep.The
SiSter:, ;Mrs C: T McWiUUms She .
.; by John S Downing of Valdosta as
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Still in store for later} in" the =school and training -- '
stages Sunday '
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union.''' was accompanied *%-MiS: Annie program jgas by T C Merchant Sen and 1rlrs'Turner Davis were they were walking alo g U S highway
floorlength
ofth judging was a Davis, who is the guest of herbrother who showed 'slides :and gave week' end guests of 'tr'and Mrs S 84 near -Uaylor, Cn, Tuesday
she also had She is also survived '
formal evening gown by a brother <
made *..)*?-- .: j*4Sanirry" and the grandparents. Mr I 'andiiSsterjrhi-lwMi$ :and a*talktoa 1hiS !recent visit to several 0,. L Brothers. Gainesville and at ought*.Officers tensed the;tragedy
Carl Smith at Hanson.. cities in South America. the Florida-Clemson game. unavoidable accident,
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Mrs ; tended
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DeEtta
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-,=- bond issue' -proposed. by the theGovernor's' urging, had' felt the light of what he.'says to- a group of ten islands and f i\l

": -- : __ .,.. ,Governor and 'Calms> et., Before thd.e ;State's building, 'needs :somewhat .of a. giant game, uninhabited islets, all of vc

'ilia :they- spend' too. :Much. of* our coFikT mot wait" they could
.a ems.sea.....' A ". money In the preliminaries,,"it easily have enlarged the sales :situation' seems to have been ocean: about 320 miles west

bbJ ,.ed Weekly.Snbsenption '$3.75- Ar Yeae3a Advance would: .,_seem,. to 'be 'the:;part. 'ofwisdonvto tax-and that without taxing I day, for we do not know the Cape Verde on the Afri

-' B6ayedfBeaewate $ .All\Per Yr:.. .J JAdvertSsWlBates *, ," .' '<_j '. -- ....yeta4x. >pink. >n from. groceries' and medicine: -and I contents of the speech, although cobs:Tfiey received their
4" --'! the boom: as- to: 'whether t theprocedure have: raised the additional we have a fair idea of from Cape _Verdeand Ca
: ; :Made. ,Knows on.AppSegjEonMftdfeoa .' : ) :is" ..ig4 We recall .
.hlei atie"..'.. 1 ,. '. Poet:. ",' Office ;as econckIaM-J'u. :::4 r"1IBder e.-.- ; many years' ago c :when. the would have beeR "strictly legal, bend for fear that ,such bending its name (Portuguese, verd

Ai...;1BeBr.- : M1 sA_.-March.... 8'.1819" ;.., f" 1"0..';::"! ?:" $: else .i p t fUa, r w eve&. if it wo aId have '.tcaii&ed would';be...cbnsidered Jut elementoiweakness meaning green)' from a gro

.DmiD8T.O &N'I', T.. C. .':: took to borrow. ;Some money ..oncompbtiVe& some:;Crumbling.; Or,=the Legislature ;_and with':the ,lives of gigantic baobafr trees whi
:AND AS&X3&LW ; .1 -..., ...s.. & tv .?shortLternY loans* A could""have submitted1"a 'af'the tpeoPltTOf: the_ world at adorn its summit. The islan

-r : ; ;> the late,l'at Munroe J.f, Quincy proposed constitutional .amendment stake. It is a sad commentaryupon are an overseas territory
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MADISON.'B'EcORDER.ABLISHED 1865 t contested,.the..procedure and..theCourt >authorizing bonds for man's depravity that so Portugal. TRey have' an

ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 19OL ....w..;, : held thafc the: 'proposed school ..coftsCraction. .and if the farwe :have been, unable to a little mgie: tan twiceof
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C MERCHANT JR ;Edifo> : Court would hoW similarly' iB legaL But -at the brink of destruction. ,
T. .. ," Managing be strictly for the stand great. The climate is gen

EditorW_ : respect to the proposed -bob Governor and.Cabinet. to: wait .Jor! our own part, we do hot. Praia is tie capital

MRS. / 'SOIL: .AdzertisUisc. Manager. .;. ; issjue.._ And, eveif the, Court ,until the Legislature,__adjourns not see ,that there iswroPS anything chief port- of the group
.. ....- ;;A -'- should, 'hold: the: issue permissible and then to.. undertake something in accepting what is a Porto ,Grande has a good
shift for 'themselvesY'but' lif we: I -
.-._ would, .give them,, more atten the: metKed' proposed* is ,as :far-reachiag as the that, there is, an, East bor and Is 'a', coaling static

.- tion they do. "in:the a t certainly not the' "way togo proposed boad..isege .does :not Germany, until the time comes Principal products of
l 4 : : as orchards'..theY'wouldP rit. about it. Primarily! : the: '_matter look just-: .tight ; ,. if':it does, that, a peaceable. islands areceffeer castor oil

? 4 ,pecan 1' .for-.'/,'. ,- -.. And' .Y T'. eo is. a legislative, function'avid' the. change is made. And.. if the brandy, mustard oranges, hid
duce more us.. every: .
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: .;_ home would ''do well to have. Governor and the' Cabinet ,areinvading .uid'" : .I other side would be reasonable and salt; .f'J. it--
,the Legislature's, pro I -
too, the matter coUld'be settled.Venfeffclwxb #<
one or more pecan trees,,: as ,
FOB 'FUEL
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vince when, they undertake to iat 'Ktenedy .
Presi makes his
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Aulomobik t Issues, well as we might plant them ; .. ., '
along; the streets. and. the highways do it themselves. If the: Legislature big speech before. the. United. .. C. T. (Buddy) McWHUaau' J

1 -- rf Last week's -issue0 of this so that" .those. who 'have although committed: to Nations today (Monday. ')-;. We. ,. AGENT.' STANDARD 4- .1 OIL CO..

paper .and again this: week's' no trees and the,people' passing a no new-tax._.....,._ policy> ... ,largely.. at.j.k cannot {write_this' : paragraph in The Cape Verde Islands are Hit 3-2279
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well be1 called := -
issue:
might
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through might .enjoy them too. -, ,
JIlobiIe'isSues, so' many of these .' .: ,.. .:'- i ""+. {' \ in -. .
pretty ,new motor vehicles,being .'. -.
pictured on their pages. Almostall About: ftaL.fi: list ..::: '!' ': ; '. ;.; A :"

of the makes of automobiles : : : .: I t
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gold locally have been represented Along with the 'pecans/comes ;: ;-.':'--,> t.'.' .. iJ' ... 1 WI I' I f

in 'one or both of. these the far greater .corn crop; :! I';pJ:. .- 1 t I FCO V

which, although 'the government .
issues, and those not represented has been paying people j; .z LONE I : SQUIRES I;
will in the pipersoon '
appear
their models are not to plant it, & ,.bringing :i l :. TO' E GIVER AW Y NATIONALLY! ,--
as new .
as '
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_: $1.10 'a. bushel, .and will probably '
out. Some of the companies.have : : f r
bring more-later; We can &,,....."..... giir :
been annoyed by strikes ,or understand the allurement, that. .'.-..... .,.".' .-;- .. ': ,.,...,.... ...-', .... HI r
.other difficulties t. and indeed. one being paid for not- *, planting'- .. ;:, r. I. >, A -';. ...' .
:of the companies contained on ,r ; \.. : '_ .
its advertising order, the pro- the torn holds for the prospec- .b ...,.., {. ... L, .. .A' '
tive grower (or non-grower) ; ....' F..4 :- ; :
_ 'f-!, viso that if strikes or otheruntoward however, such transaction pro- ./ r.z .:
) circumstances inter:; I'e :-
duces no new wealth, simply
fered with_,their,production they > .', t i.4
takes the money from some and .
might cancel the :order. Even .:... ; .
gives it to others. Years ago, _
so, here they are today,, in the ._.
before the. tractor came, .into ; -
show rooms, bright, handsome, _r
general use, com. was not considered < a
alluring, tantalizingly beckon-I '
much of a money crop; .-. -
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ing products of engineeringand Ste. .
however, now we, should noij. 't ::; t. :
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skill.Have I : ; ,.. ....,. :-.
be surprised, :and certainly .. 1v. ,.-":. Ir
counting home '-,use, for if' :it .;; ..
An Attraction were not used' something else :!i :

i And who is not intrigued by would have to be- bought, if it -

A ..... a_.fine looking medium oftransportation should be at- about.the head. of. ---.'. ...............-ATYO-.- .
? The spirited the list of all ,crops. -< 111.FaRD-.
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sleek airplane? ,. these, new auto- I, x < ... ..
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mobiles-all have an attractionfor A little later the, sugar cane .' ', .
young and old alike. What crop will come in. This isby i. .

child does not want to go to the no means the crop that it usedto '

station to ,see the train come be, but it is sizable yet and I :' :. .5 .. CONTEST9 >
in? How many people go to the there is nothing. better than. I 'i' J' .. ,
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dock or to the airport to seethe i .. FORDS
ship or the airplane come syrup without any additions / '>"""-'- FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE RULES AND YOU MAY .BE A LUCKY WINNER. _

in, and take off! such as the store syrup has. :. The 1962 Calaxle by.F fd...a new standard of automotive (1) Anyone 18 years old or older, is eligible to participate.exeepl .
... And many enjoy the freshly- ;uaS'r:It's silent- t as a- ,secret, swift as'a rumor. And it's, ; Ford Driers'employees and their families-Ford! Motor Company,
-r! the beautifully built : ground cane juice. Formerly .. Company employees aiid'tharrfamilies-and members of
the f ordDealers'
Time :30 .
Pecan : reduced. to a' minimum, ,000 "miles on many items. '
and Ford Motor ; ;
Company's and their
classic of turning the V e. agencies
way 'h" Galaxie ...
6.000; miles on rest. ,and Galawe/500 I .cars families. (2) Should eligibility of
With bright tobacco 'over and cane mill was with a' mule going = with Thunderbird..elegance. ... Thunderbird power decision of the judges win be finaL an(3)entry All entries be questioned must be,submitted the-

," cotton mostly over, the pecans, around in a circle, but now on official contest entry forms, available only at Ford
donewitll ...- The 1962.Ford,Falcon ..*more from the car:America loves Dealerships iq the U.S.A.The contest period shall begin with the
Last "
\ begun to fall. .this is '
now have we suppose most of .. most Now there 13 wonderful Falcon
;,, are models, including opening of businessmen Friday,September 29 1961 and end with
> year's crop of nuts here was: a tractor. The writer was .',. the_brand-new Falcon Deluxe dub;Wagon (offers twice the the dose of bUS<<1eSatI.td y. November 11, 1961.'Entries
,..:., very small, and while thisyear's quite interested in the little i cargo room of big wagons).'You get top economy along with deposited after that date will be ineligible prizes. <4)phis co lJ4' '
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; 4' this big new'choice (models, too .. with an improved test ii void in Wisconsin, Missouri Connecticut. Nebraska and ''t.
crop will be quite a bit cane. mills that he recentlysaw j ;;.'ti- ,version of the famous Falcon Six. ,***:a". wherever else prohibited or restricted by law. (5) Entries wrfl be
9 j
Ibetter, ,even this year produc- in ,juice stands. in Brazil, 'F judged Ort accu.racy.neatness and danty. Ties wit be,broken by
tion seems to be 'spotted. Some grinding out the juice on the The-...-.... Falcon.Squire .-. only compact wagon of its a random drawing by R,L. Polk and Company, and their decision ,
win be final. Winners wilt be notified mail four
by approximately
.. fund With its smart wood Glee trim,the Falcon Squire brings
such the the would-be drinkers. He weeks after dose of contest. In *
trees, as one on spot for (6) case a Falcon Squire winner
_ .sophistication! to the compact field.The Squire also gives has purchased a 1962 Gafaxie, Fairlane. Falcon or Thunderbird_
corner of the WilliamsAn'drews told a boy from Chicago, who <.., you foam-padded seat cushions front and rear...a counterbalanced during the contest period.that winner has the option of taking the
_ Insurance Company office, was with him at the time and tailgate with an electrically operated rear Falcon Squire or its cash equivalent value (manufacturers. sug.
;' window..and.thelongestloadspaceofanycompactwagon. gested retail delivered price). -
loaded with nuts drunk .
.. are just who had never any cane .. -' .,. .f\'a
whereas other.trees have few juice if indeed he had ever ',> '.. : < I RCOSTiS! AT ANY FOIl KAUTS THtOftrGHOUT FLORIDA,* AND IN THIS GEORGIA COUNTS
;:' IIIIIe c-.tp -,
.if,any. The pecan tree is one ofman's seen any sugar cane, to. try '
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'": .: -r .Af PUNS .ATKINSON BACON .BCN HILL BERftfCN .SRANTLCY BROOKS BRYAN BULLOCH *CAMDTO *CANDLE* :- -
Not
best friends. < only some, and the boy thought it "-
from _, .,.:_; ; CHATHAM CLINCH COFFEE COLQUITT COOK DECATUR ECHOLS EJT1HGHAM EVANS GLYNN;. GRADY
does it give him shade was right good.N.tMtR. .
the summer's heat',and do. -its :!l iJt. >' k. lfH4:..JCFF:BA vis. tAMER UB RTY LOHC'el.OYH'OU'. MdNTOSH MITCHELL MONTGOMERY PIERCE SCRCVfNS

part in providing oxygen for ," .I' '-"Y." >IfOLE o TATTKAU .TELFAM THOMAS .TtfT 'TOOMBS .TREVTLEN .TURNER WARE WAYNE .WH L R ..,*WORTH_, > :: : fj \ '

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P1: that can in be so eaten,many as:.'is delicious or. prepared -' at week its'meeting began Gainesville preparations last for :: ::: "kdee MotorE6I11P: I


_ M ,wars. Here we have for the the ground work for- the edu- .

pn t part sot bothered. to, takecare catkmal institution buiWifigp '.':. :. '_
of=the'trees,- jut kt'them: as via &ed_.ia the COSNfig: RASS"a MANCOCK STR1ETS MADISON, FLORIDA
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::.;' RISE-RECORDER, MADISON: FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29th. 1961,

/Too Late To Classify) BRIDGE ,PARTY, FOR'K' : and pink mums. Prizes' were awarded I SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on several HAS RALLY DAY -
BRIDEELECTMrs. to Mrs W T Beggs. Mrs Tom top-of-the line G-E appliances. at
Callahan and Miss Sissy Wade at Howerton Supply 'Co.' : I The Presbyterian Sunday School Drink DR. PEPPER
JXDR SALE Cheap, a three horse.
observed Rally this
the Day Sun-
Jack Wade and Mrs J 0 conclusion of PlaY, past
power water cooled, refrigerationunit
Mrs P K Rowell visited Mr and morning with
day
attendancethat
with two blower coils and Wade were hostesses at a charming Mrs Henry nagans, mother of Mrs Eugene Davis and Mrs Paul' an
single phase motor. CHERRY'S ,bridge party at the home of the the bride-elect and Mrs George Rowell in Macon last weekend, filled all .the seats and left Mrs Albert Griffin and'son
FEED STORE, Lee, Fla.. Ph. former Tuesday evening complimenting Hendry joined the some standing. Theme of the program
in
players later while Mr Rowell and Miss Helen Sharing Our, Plant\ City attended the wedding
HU 36471. WSo$ Heritage.
4-3t-ch
Miss Jean. -
Ragans bride- the
evening when sandwiches,' individual Rowell: attended- a ,family reunion New officers of the school are: her nephew Mr Richard So well a
FOR SALE: One used Fuel Oil elect. cakes and"sherbet, were.in.South Carolina.- Miss Dale Carpenter here Sundaj,
Dan Griffin, Superintendent Julian: .
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-The livingroom where .
Floor Heater excellent condition, places served. -
thermostatic control, -all automa- were.arranged for three tables of Miss Sissy WadV'and I Gibson, Assistant Superintendent; FOR FUEL OIL, CALL
Miss Louise The: hostesses presented their Frank--Argenbright. Secretary_an4.Treasurer' C....T. McWilliams
Boddy) J
j tic. Priced to sejl. J, B4 Davis, Jr players was decorated with a beautiful Hartz came from ,
FSU to "
attend I honoree
with pieces. of silver. In her .; and. Graham Wheeler,
arrangement AGENT. STANDARD
of
Phone HU 3-6601 Madison. 11tFOR pink gladioli the pa#y. OIL COjHU
'q pattern.-. Assistant Secretary and Treasurer, ..,. -'' :.2279SPORT

SALE: Black rye; Sure.:Grain .- .. .-.... ... ...... .-- ,
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oats and Bledsoe wheat Good "
germination.; Ready for delivery in 'tf A/ ".. .#
a few days. Ask prices. CARL ,, : ;
SMITH, R 2, :Madison: Phone HU : f .
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36878. .5-2t-pd 1 J' >> ;.:.:.'m.. .@::::'

FOR SALE: Smith. Corona Sky- J. : r Z

ft. writer portable typewriter, in .' ':. '
zipper case$49:50, cash.:,'"TheE -.3'1 .
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OLD COINS OLD MONEYwill .. *
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purchase old oobs' and jpaper .. o,1 : .. '
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money. U S large size and Confederate >
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: d; t. MEN'SFlannel >... BOYSFlannel. -
TROUSERS ,
J. EDWIN WHITE WEARMix "
E P. O. Box 930, Tallahassee, Fla. .
.. Shirts
5-3t-ch ,'' Shirts
Hub
; By ard Sizes 28-42 Regular
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FOR SALE: Pure bred :Angus bulls, "N, .Match- -; $8.98- Birthda Y S peCla.. S-ltii -Regular $1.9S & $2.49' *- _

all ages $150 up. R C DICKINSON ,. of r Sizes 6-16 Regular $1.79
HU 3-2517 5-ttch. ; : .
_ '... CARmG $6.88"f
FOR RENT: Apartment, available Ns ."
immediately. Phone SMITH DRUG 4 '$1.00
STORE,. HU 3-6262 or MRS KIR- Reg. $4.9S-Sizes 34-40 ; r
REICHMANN, Ph. HU 36371. MEN'SShorts ':
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House for Rent with 3 bedrooms, .
andUndershirts
unfurnished. Located in East Madi I ... .
son. Phone Isham Harris HU ,3-2354 PULLOVERS, SIZZLE LID:

Madison. 5-lt-pd .
TO MATCH

FOR RENT: One bedroom furnished .,:r, { .. . (Hat)
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with kitchen, break- \ ; : : -. ; $ ; :
apartment .. 88
:, /. k!! z: !. Our Best Regular 98c Now '," t, f"-:> S-M-L
fast nook bathroom, private en- ':K. $1.88A
trance. Mrs C M PLANT, 'HU : JEANIEBLOUSES' .
4-tf-ch 2 MEN'S. :
3-6650. $1.50 $1.98

Furnished apartment for Rent. SKIRTS ::..::; for. : .

Conveniently located. Phone HU ;:'. :. Handkerchiefs '. ,':f 1
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3-2254 Madison. 5-tf-ch: o ; MEN S BOYS
30-38 LONG White on :white by Dan River -
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SLEEVE
:ROUTE MAN: EARN $125 PER
--' WEEK OR MORE.' WRITE: :MR. '
GREENE, 659 W. PTREE ST., $198 to $298 Shirts 10 II'r. $1.00 SWEATERMATCHED
N. E:, ATLANTA, 8, GEORGIA. f" Sport ,

4-3t-ch ,
Orlons Wools
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WANTED from Fla.CHERRY'S, Ph owner.: HU One FEED In 36471.used good'STORE Calculator condition..4-3t-ch, Lee, / \\i2sXL$5::: : .tl DRESSES :$ '


By JEANIE-Sizes &18 .,.. .. ., .-.
:i In Newest Fall colors 'and Styles > ,>
WANTED: Share for 16'4 NEW FALL SHADES *
cropper ._ r-. Sizes 7-15; iO-20; 141h. #%. '. 1 Counter Boys
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__ ...4 acres of tobacco. Phone HU Regular. $3.98 .. Super Form All of our Regular $8.98 Special
3-2374, Madison. 4-4t-pd -

FEMALE HELP WANTED: Sewing II '.,;, -" "" t ... BRA. SHOES
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machine operator, MUST HAVE t' Dyed To Match ,Sizes 1.8-18" :' .' ;"if'Y'' .... .._ ....,.:,,'
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APPLY IN PERSON. w -Ml / sUm; and Boxed .Pleats-r-Reg :-4.98 : Sizes 32-42-A-B-C Cup. f;
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ARTISTIC APRON HOUSE, ) .

Monticello, Florida Highway 19 A EM ) BIRTHDAY SPECIAL : :, ....$2 00
a South, 3 miles from Court House: .
s'r 2' fir 5.O. .
4-lt-ch $1 .
Square. .-J, .. .. '.'" .': .
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DAIRY BAR. Apply in person. $ -' ':" ,;.' -....... ""

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WANTED: Part-Time Employment $2 88 < /; .' COATS

V by several North Florida. Junior :;.''';, ,. e :.,:'f : .':. :: -
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College Students. Anyone need ',.
ing such help please call North .' : : ; 3. 100% wool-Sizes 8-16 -

..,.f -Florida Managet",Junior or Registrar College! Telephone,Business: .. MONARCH '. -. BIRDSEYELUWA'GE .., '.- ..,-., r $-88 : $24.95BmTHDAy'8PttIA"' "'
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+ HU 32288. :. DIAPERS -r1! M

Night cook and night waitress uaUftnar
wanted for 3-12*o'clock shift. If l'eg. $1.98 nAnuD.. .. Run Proof --i: '
LIGHT WEiGHT TRAIN CASE ,
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WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN, homeof :$1' 5.7 .
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those famous:barbecue ham- $7 00.. .. Dtz.t.: New Fall Styles and Colors PANTIES .
burgers! 5-tf-ch .
: J i.Regu1ar.. : $2.98 & 3.98
. .;
GIRLS'nn <,: .' Beg Sizes 5-6-7
i $250 to $500 MONTH! That is what
many Watkins Dealers in this area (YNnEGASE : < BIRTHDAY SPECIAL-
are making. Watkins Products are 'SLIPS:7'1 'it 3 fir $1.00
; nationally advertised! Would you o $2.88
i consider a Watkins Route? May- $o.W Full Ruffled Starts Reg. $1.98 Sizes 8910Colors
I be you can qualify... Write: Wat-
kins Products, Inc., 659 West -, CASE 2 %fl
Peachtree Street; N. E.. Atlanta fer for .
pJy .
8, Georgia. 4-3t-ch :' SHOES .09
.fr4
TWO P.ACE1N HORSESHOWMr : $9.00Wash GIRLS'i : : : ..

NYLON J
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.. New4 Fall -New 'sUm'Heels ..
George Shaw Connie Shaw, :
i PantsPULLMAN ', .*
Pearce,'Sandra Sale 98. "< SLIPS'
Jimmy Dwayne ClothsO1X <;. Regular ? ,
Leslie ,and Allen, Donna and John =

uteri were among those participating < 3-6X Reg. $1.79 --." j_..' .. Shadow Panel-Lots of Lace : !
in the Tallahassee Horse Show By Cannon .- Reg 15c : Size 32-40
Regular $2.98
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Sunday.Connie Shaw placed in the costume !, JMJ ;; :1 .. .

class and Donna Tuten placed 10'r $1 00 ; ; for .$4.00 -"$ _88
1 in personal pick-\JiR,class._ : .
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attended to cheer the Madison A .
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$2 47
County entries. f tf
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Several e.xpect .to*enter the Quit- Electrk Blankets .,. ? j : f 4 .

f r.man- Show. Sunday.,. ,-" ,.. JBt,' ** ... .. 'f".t',, .. ._'fi .'.j"T..
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Oot 31 -' No + ., : ;;? <; Take Months To Pay. ?
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:. .;'.... Tire SAVE 4? USED WASHERSGOOD 'I I.
D (Shot) Walker, now In
-Cuxu'tlow. at Ft Knox, Ky was recently -
training
\{ )/ As Low As $11.88 SELECTION awarded a. Physical Test

I HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. trophy in Ft. Jackson S rC for plac
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COMFORT ANDJ'ti Plus Tax and Trade-in
ing 1st out of 1,100 recruits. He was
'atMESSEREatlery&TlrcCj. ahead of the others by:23 points or
} Bm HEALTH more. IWkt's

IA :: \ Mr and Mrs James Moncrief and
v OOn s.oRts baby have moved from Cherry Laketo

r i the, Beggs house recently vacated Drink DR.PEPPER .

',- !AMERI.. -II4d PLATE BEEF STEW by Mr and Mrs James 'Bass
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"-' THE WEATHER and children.

'Whole house airconditioningTfrfcF 29
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Week ending Sept 26th ;;: : Your Child'sSometimes
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wC t1' ...,: .".;!.p Max..8,5' Min 63.00 Rf.Wednesday 'I :.

.. CHICKEN NECKS T..4 .
:. ""' '. : ::; Thursday : 90 -64 .00 -5
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;ir'PLUMBING.' Sunday "*: 93 :65 .00 >
>> ; AND .HEATING # -
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-.. .' 0 ... ]Monday f i'" 95jf *. 66 .00
1 : HU 3-6604. 'Madison Flsu" T* Tuesday :ft 1t 92 69 .16 SMOKED SAUSAGE

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Total y rf .16. "
MT. OLIVE REVIVAL .
R No rainfall' 'week ending1 Sept WEINERS .
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;; FREE Revival at Mt Olive Baptist :23rd at any of .the forestry stations. 3 Ibs ,.'.:. . $1.00. : -' l' .
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church begins 'Monday, Sept 25th Sun rises Sept 29th 6:26_ am, setsS:22 Come and get 'em! ,' ,.',

REGISTER' FOR and :t'\lDS' through the following I p m. CHARLIE WYNN MGR. +',
Sunday. Rev Paul Travis will be the Moon rises Sept 29th 10:32 pm. MEAT DEPT. .
\ preacher. Time' 7:30'ea h evening. Moon in constellation Taurus
Chair and Glider Set
Dinner on the ground Sunday, Oct TO ATTEND NATIONAL MEET
29th.
1st. Rev Dozier Sapp, pastor. 4-2t-ch Sept y ,+,
f. ., to be given away at High tide Sept 29th at St Marks ,.
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Mrs Almon Zipperer, Madison ,
CANCER PREVENTION STUDYMr light 5:50' pm. Home
County Demonstration Agent ,'
-' .- will leave Monday Oct 2 to attend :"' .
Connie Shaw and Donna Tutenof 4 I
: Alex Smith president American of Madi- Madison were among those whining the 'National Home Demonstration ,, ,..a ,'. 'h.ev__ {
son County Unit of the Agents Association in Boston Mass,
Cancer Society has released the prizes in the horse show at
I the week end.- and will be away a week. Along "EYE-CUE ,
rr following information.A Tallahassee past ?
further search for clues and with twenty-five Agents from Flori-

.. SEPTEMBER 30 factors (which may influence the TRIM AND REMOVE da she will make a tour of 'the:
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development of cancer in human National Research Center for the difference between an honor student anda

,,JUNIOR CLUB MEETS beings will again.'be rpade among TreesTHENDERSON' Agriculture and Home Economicsin poor: student is a visual problem. Before your child
families who have volunteered to Dangerous Beltsville. Md. goes back .to school, give' him the benefit of a thorougheye

participate' in the confidential, .examination. We will fill your prescription with
The Junior Woman's Club held second annual Cancer Prevention Mrs I L, Touchton of Jackson- the finest frames and lenses-correct and smartly:. styled.
the opening meeting of the season Study. The study is part of a state ville is the guest of :Mrs W A_ -

Sept 18 in the club building with and nation-wide six year projectof Walker for several days this week. NO APPOINTMENT. NEEDED EASY CREDIT'
the American Cancer Society EXPERT CO.

sixteen members attending. which will start in October and be MSS Box 3484 W. R. Jeweler
Henry
President Mrs W Goods
B Selph presIded completed during November.In Sporting ,
Fla.
when plans for the year were Madison County, 107 families Tallahassee, 119 N, Patterson St. .
made. The club will again sponsor involving'229 persons, are scheduledto I at .. -
the Brownie Scout troop and will participate in the fact-finding CaD 385-1636 Next to Smith-Walgreen

help send a leader to the district survey., I Bryan Electric Co. ,. VALDOSTA, GA. '., ,,___... .........
Brownie meeting* in Jacksonville in Working;With, families who have l

dc ober. It was voted to purchase a voluntarily enrolled; ''in the project : ... l.- r"' .", .. .. I' '-
-w ill De'a team of 12 Cancer Society : "
for the children t'dJ.'l.:
dictaphone crippled -
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Research volunteers. They will distribute : : -
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$, mobile unit which visits ( Today see the new ;" '
and later collect report- : ,
were "
Madison month. Plans
every questionnaires which have been ? -< :' .
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made fofe,he:)nembership drive in to : '.' :
specially prepared: toget answers < ..,
October "''andTfior! a coffee honoringthe questions''which: relate to cancer ;.c : '} : : :
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f new" "members. and-r ii1y !a'cfors "which might :, :::. Mrs Sell h, Mrs Bob Lay, district lead to-'clues I for prevention or cure '
director'Mrs J B Davis and of. the.disease ; : ; : :

Airs C T Baisden of Live Oak planto For'instance, last year questions .


attend Ft Lauderdale'!the "State next Board weelu meetingin touched backgrounds living habits on the, ,medical following occupations histories: particular family of : S fop '62 featuring the exciting new Signet 20(9

social hour
Hostesses for the were
individuals, eating habits and other
Mrs Bob Jenkins, Mrs' James Wil- factors thought to be relevant. -

liams and Mrs Charles Quick. This year,, ,additional questions tY

.--4 i seek answers .to .questions such as: F .
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t'" I cigarettes number of packs smokedper .YA.Et
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HITCHCOCKREFRIGERATION day or week, brand name;

.-. proximity of home or living quarters -
SERVICE to factories or industries where
smoke or air pollution exists; proxi- "
:Madison, Florida ?
: mity and'exposUI1t to fumes while !

':PHONE* HU 3-6339 riding or working .among automo- ... -- .
biles, trucks or buses; serious diseases "
lfno: answer, Call
"" or surgery experienced since
HU 3-2560 1959 and other pertinent questions.

<' When all reports are collected I
from Madison County and forty
Mr and Mrs, L C Glass had as ,
other cooperating counties in Florida -
guests last week end JMr and Mrs .
theinfdinatTn: wnM Sealeed
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H Whittier of 'PompanVf beach'who '
"strictly confidential" envelopes and
were e route from a trip to
sent to the Research Department
the mid-west. Glass and
: Mr Mc of the National headquarters of the
:Whittier were colleagues in another
American Cancer
Society in New
college. .;, York 'City; The information pro-

vided by the Florida survey will be
compiled along with similar Infor-
mation from thirty other states and t

processed for .evaluation and

twaww w analysis._ U _d ,. _. .
According to officials of the STYLE. LEADER OF TH2 COMPACTS .
Society's Research staff, the can- S -- \ I
cer project currently being con Above and .right: the Valiant ,
t ducted is considered the most Signet 200 displays its distinc- % .

extensive cancer research study ever tively different grille, exterior ,: ,t "
undertaken in trim and handsome identifying
the nation. More
... SEE THE TOP than 70,000; : medallion.
volunteer workers are _
STARS RUN required nationwide to conduct the Lr ij; At left: here Is the stunning _fw JIf'
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: study. In Florida during the ; f, new interior trim offered you as "'

< NOW through October-November survey, 3000 volunteer : ndardequlPmentinaValiant f..v" f.
research workers will call on Signet 200.
OCTOBER 7th more than 22,000 participating


f : CLOSED SUNDAYS' families answers which from involves 41,000 individuals.questionsand ,America lowest-priced hardtop with bucket seats// T


i JEFFERapNFENNEL .-
= HENRY ETHERIDGE PASSES ., You 'can't beat' Valiant for ent of the
CLUB :. -_- just automotive design .originated. .. .' dlingease carefree compact.
f ;. :Monticello, $la. Quincy Henry, a retired O. Etheridge division, 65 of ;.=? value! Look at this sports-minded by Valiant for Valiant! f it is. Valiant is.&priced:? up to several

managerof Signet 2OO-justintroducedJ: !, hundred dollars less than
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,:, ,1 On U S 19 the American Sumatra Tobacco Valiant, every bit I as easy to many -

.' 3 Miles North Co, died Monday morning in* :;_the Inside,. king-size bucket seats. handle as it is eager to run. ,Improved -. other, compacts.> <.,
.: Of U. S. 90 Thomasville hOspitaL Custom-tailored interior trim. torsion-bar < f ..-.

SPECIAL Funeral services were held Wednesday i -5- Deep-pile carpeting. The Valiant '
SECTION *irf fc new-design tires give !
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r: FOR NEGRO FAN5IACESC afternoon /lnjf' Centenary; Sipiet'200 clearly ,says: now it's' .
M|thodisl. <*urch l of which :,. S '.. limousine-like readability-yet : : f .
Quincy, ;
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'""' '" -" enjoyable to be economical .
f NlfeHTLY the Deceasedvras a 'roember, and : r ,,ji new?} ?-Valianteeps all the : \ '-
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a buriaL.-, *.yas.., '.with.. ,\" .. 'Masonic, c- ','.rites1.Jn c; oLjfi CsWProof? Plenty! Start wi.th.sty nering control and finger-tip .

IATINEESr2l5.P.; Ml HiUcrest cemetery., !ing. ,Valiant.. has an 'attractively! .
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'ON' .sAW t AYS .' : .:, ,' ': hl!" YJ ; 7easi'" new ar COMPANY"s
.1' Q- : :=:fr Nobody beats
J-ADIES.ADMITTED Messrs Pat own. Here's a i .-
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Cantey and Francis .- ....,y "***:.* .
._ .. .' ..FREE TUES.-THURS. Pbj"wattended! [ the funeral.jof Mr .a.Cl
j Ar a. ... !
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1 .,;., : Dine In Air-Conditioned Etheridge u'Quincy Wednesday .
and served
TURF CLUB as pallbearers. .

'.,--: ,;. F .,eJAdmisson: :: ,- Only 50c SPECIAL : -- RAGANS MOTOR

.. lti DISCOUNTS on several .
f \ Minors Allowed top-of-the line _G-E: appliances fat .$to.
Howerton Supply Co '.' 700 EAST BASE STUET" MADISON, FLORIDA.

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Retarded Children met Sept 25 for ti:, lap :_

regular monthly meeting. The meeting : .
You Need;It :'
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was opened with prayer'!by Mrs ; :,
Frances' Collins.' ._ : .r.*:. R
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If CALL HU 3-2279' '- -.'
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The highlight of the,meeting was '
} a :r''..'' ,i'"ri :.'r the report::- given by .Mrs Collins, }C jU Don't let cold weathercalch you.*anth1ymu f-:: ;;: ; ;

.. teacher.,'- of'special ,education class.It fuel.:oil supply aownXLet? .iis Mill} {Y.Q1r! ...,, _:.'" ,.1 1 .,
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I.. was . recently established at '. _
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t' h'eat"i at. the first_drop Jn the temperature *
I III. Greenville, through the efforts 1>f ::
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;" Madison.ARC and the Board of ; ; :.. B
....z Public Instruction Mrs \ .\.," ..
Collins l.-n. : :; \ ..4S rMadls<
stated there .. ,.
1, j ,:were twenty applica- ""- -
tions for entrance to this class and a\., .. ., .,.I j ."*- ,.; vI '
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1 they, are In theproeess of testing & ti rt '- .
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-'; .* evaluation. She has at present' .an .I "..5: '*, .'..v _

4t' enrollment of eight pupils, age. 7- ,t lcti''d' : '
'';- ; 12. She told of work 'accomplished : r

;, :' I ';.:,. IS" ;. ,..r f'teaching.* techniques" .- used. and ,of' lt ... : I ., j i lt. 'ti
problems met and solved She also : < -
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> :t : '" _INI" presented a list of needs that organization 111KISiK 0 ;\' -.; ;
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r: :,:I WHTTE W 1\DlVE': r; could help obtain and ,_ CL T. (BUDDY) McWELLIAMS, JR, .
thanked them for the wonderful AGENT STANDARD OIL CO. cf
Wi r- on, Mayo Highway,. Madison./FIa. co-operation given her. MADISON: FLA., FR
FEATURING :in addition the ,.already famous ; :. to .'-
to
> \' Now,_ President Opal Dietrich asked for .
4 i' ..r-:'": t. regular Hamburthe, JUMBO BARBECUE HAMBuRGER ; suggestions as to how we could meet '.w* .LAND .DEALS 1 '. < t tI

/ ': .: :at 60c andon d MEDIUM BUN FOR 40c.: these needs. It was suggested since Announces for Congress I W<.;)... .. f

i:' Enjoy the 'new taste sensation in town t=:: Our BARBECUE many civic organizations had off- Lottie Mae Stokeley and husband 1 ." t EXTRA]

i- .' HAMBURGER. Your Host JOHN MERRITT. ered to help In any way they could to L F Kelley J..ot' :5, Blk C, Hal
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,that the following 'be contacted: Stoy SID, Town of Madison/

,- : Women's Clubs, Jr Women's Clubs, Polly S Cochran and husband to .t:' ;

: n ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE H D Clubs, H D Council, Lions L.F Kelsey,Lots If: and 16,.,Blk. C, .,; : x ;. .
I Mr and Mrs Clinton Sheppard o f, Club, Elks Club, PTA and it was Hal Stoy SID; Town of :Madisoit -' ,. ;" ;.

7J : FREE Route 1 Madison announce the I also suggested that this would bea J H Cruce and_wif to William T I i ... [
marriage of their daughter Mrs JoAnn fi
., wonderful community mission Johnson sixty acres m Sec 10 and .. t1'; : ,
: ';:::..- Sheppard Rowell to Mr Charles project of WMU, WSCS, and other eighty ,acres in Sec ll, Tp 2 S, R 6 -} : ;: .
Wynn in a ceremony in Valdosta on : '
? j .. REGISTER FOR July 4th. church related organizations. E. .'. '.II ,. ..: :'.: .::.:. 11'1: ; 4 Y .' : :- 1r
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; ". They are residing in the Conway The group made a donation of.. William T Johnson and wife. to G ... [ :...,:. ;..... ..... .. ;.. ; ) r r: :: '-
', J |.[. Chair and Glider' Set house on S Washington street. $10 to meet the most pressing need F :Johnson. sixty acres m:- ,Sec 10 J t. y pANR

'"- '": to be' given at for small instructional aids. Mr and' eighty acres. in Se, S-: : 111 'away Mrs Carlton Burnette returnMonday' S, R 6 E. s :
Bill Cave donated material ;.to.make .l/
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: from Pineview hospita 10 looms and Mr Cary Phillips W. B Hagan and wife :o Charles ;. .. :>" /3 FISH

':': : l .here she was a patient several days volunteered to makethem.. Mr and 'Dennis.3r' and 'wife.; Lot 6 'Blk...43, '-./' ".--;' .

FOR ELECTRONIC Mrs G A Barnette offered unsold Greenville Investment Co',lands, MILD DAISY
bakery items for recess snacks.' Mrs 'Town of Greenville. .1. ," ..

,., Piano TuningCALL Collins reported that some glasses Laura H Warnock to Henry t i.CHED

needed were being handled by the 'Young Warnock, part of West; sideof .

_ t.-; .. "' __ Greenville Lions CSub. Precision- Lot '10; Blk 5, Town of Madison.H .' HAL A. DAVIS'of ''
FARMER GRA
W. T. RYCROFf t ware donated cabinets. H Williams and wife to Herman I Quincy,- who has announced as a "

,.i. F-iJTr SEPTEMBER '30 Pres Dietrich also told of visit of J Enoch Williams'and wife, :,candidate for Congress from' this, : ::" ;
Phone: Cherry Take 8389 the new Ninth District. SKINLMERCHJ
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Executive Director Jim Bowling of :SWU of .SWU, Sec 14, Tp 1 S, ,e
.... -1[' Write: Rt. 3 Madison .Fla. Florida ARC 'and,_his plans to .be ]R 10 E, 40 acres. -i

present for the October meeting. ,. Heirs of Arthur.P Jackson and CARD OF THANKS .;!i ..
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I The plans for the future 'include wife to T L Coker and wife, 105 ,
PAYING '1. _______ .
work with the intellectually handicaPPed I feet square in Blk C, ,Jordon Lines i. !
: .' SID Town We wish :to thank our many t
part time. class for theolder of Madison
friends for their
$!::. retarded and a shelters I James E Stanley to Walter Town- kindnesses and 1

;: ; workshop -Dr Bob ,Gates, head, o f send, Lot 3, Blk. 9, East Madison_ ro thoughtfulness in our recent soPARRAWAl i

r' 1 Exceptional* achildren'! Education: ; g/D..4' .l... o SMITH.'and PETE ',!: 1 WITH INSTAh
# FSiL "in: 'a letter. stated that .'iVptild t: Jt.Bornett;>> ,State 'Ifoad Vir and,Mrjt MYRON JOHNSOIS "'" .
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StO5 -bed: -:well. for : the group. .tosponsor Department, ,0.143; acre:'in Blks :3T ; 1, ATMERCHJ
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scholarships- for teachers iS/and. 4U,*original Town of Lovett MRS DEf SLOW PASSES.. .l'; .: s $$
desiring training*in'special 'educa: c Lois Lovett and. Eunice L Bur ,..""i 1

lion as certified teachers in this I nett, 0.048 acre._in Blk 38, ,original Mrs Bertha_Denslow, 77, mothe ,
.field. are scarce. It 'will take 'a 1of ; Town. of Lovettl:, of Rev L E 'Denslow-of Lee passed ;. t
hard work, community '. 'cOOperation ? -L Parrish- and wife to State away Sept llth in the Memorial -."T"1 1

and money but with the in Road Department, 0.180 acre in hospital at Brevard, N C foUowing ,

Per Busk! for Corn terest shown so far and progress: SEA, of SEU, Sec 25, Tp 3 ,N, R a two-weeks illness., She had beena '.:1:0' !-

made it is felt that the challeng! 7 E. resident of Lake ToxaWay N C ... 1 WIT

will be met. The President state
.. J A MITCHELL MILLING CO. that the public is cordially invitedto State Road Department, 1.673 acres Her survivors are her husbandMr '*..,... ;.-. 1 ATO|
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.attend all meetings InN34 of NWK, Sec 5, Tp 2 N, Ernest Denslow, president of i '" t. ,
gy 2-2051 _.Mr Vernal Webb was added as a R' 8E. the Postal Colony Co, in Clermont.three 'i i

JASPER, FLA._'. new y member., J M Lewis and wife to State children, thirteej} grandchildren 1

Mrs H ,Kramer and :Mrs Frances Road Department, 3.489 acres in *and eighteen greatgrandchildrenwho !
Collins served delicious refresh Tps 2 and 3 N, R 8. E. I were, all present at the '
ments during the social period. following ):- Robert Seago and wife to State I funeral held in Kursiss Funeral "

In ; Road Department 0.102 acre in SE Home Clermont Sept 14. .Interment 1 MERCi

ValdostaThe .1_ of SE%, Sec 25, Tp 3 N R 7 E. was intbe. cemetery there.. 1 wnL.
WORLD-WIDE COMMUNION Corene Wilson Studstill to State t L.A
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.. .......... Road Department 0.539 acre InV BABY WING t
&.1 :# ... f.. ::. -... .J.- Ia donjon*. ,--cKutches. .....around -.. { -of'SW 4 ofNEHrSeeTp: .--' .w-.I, J '- ."T .,.- .- ; p 1 ATIMERCI
E\ 'Mr and Mrs .. .. .
the world Madison churches 2NR8; Sayward Wtng'Jrof .1; ; ;
Place To Shop ,Is will observe -World-wide Communion -I William Walker*Lewis and wifeto Memphis, Tenn. announce the t
; z, arrival of a baby boy
Monday
; this Sunday 'Oct 1st. State Road Department, drainage jng.Se t. 25th in Methodist mom-
Hospital
easement on 0.137 acre in SE '4 of in 1 ,
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-Out-of-town relatives and friends NWU, Sec 31. Tp 3 N, R 8 E. Albert Memphis. The baby was namede

r. here to attend" the wedding of Miss Broadus -WiUoughby to F J Mob- weighed Sayward 7 Ibs,. 1 Wing oz. IH 1t

Castle Park Dale Carpenter and Richard 'SoweSunY 11 ley and wife Lots 18 and 19, Blk He Is Mr and Mrs: A W Vann's { w.

afternoon in the' First B, Hancock. Terrace, with reserva first great=grandchild. SLB
: Methodist church were Mr and Mrs tics: t

3, J Blalock;Mr-and Mrs W F Bla- Jack W Hagan, and wife to William i ATftW
F lock, and children, Toni and' Mariyn F Miller and wife Lots 1, 2, "

:: ; The Mtdern Shopping. CHterlrFreeParkinn l all of Ocala; :Mr and Mrs 3 0 3, .13. 14. 15 and 16 Blk 38 Greenville NEH1 lOTTUHG CO. r4gee.

Blalock, Winter Haven; Mrs Marian Investment lands, Town of

Radcliffe St Petersburg; :Mrs Greenville. .Crtp _
Robert L Fitzgerald of New Or- '. Onto

,.leans; Mrs: ;
Ga Miss.; Mr and Mrs Lyle D Jacksonville Barton and quality at lower than usual i SfrawWrryRoot B.*rPHONE
Patsy Barton ;
prices'- see McLEOD FURNITURE .
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,.'{.. and Mrs William King, Miss Emily FO M175."V8
OAK
: ;, +.. King. .Mr and Mrs Steve Knight, CO., Greenville, Fla.

;: Miss Dorothy White, Mr Monty

I Visit These FriMidly Sftres: Myers, Miss. Nancy Strickland Miss B i
Marcelle Furr and Miss JoanPelham
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All of Tallahassee_ ; Miss <.' '- ,

; : CASTLE PARK VARIETY STORE .Chrystelle' Mrs Fletcher R: W Norman. of ',Quincy Ktan4"s"''Mrand FoJr' 1 J afi .

. .. . w. Makes
"- Mrs_W S -Soule, Mrs Betsy Satter- A ,

CASTLE PARKPllARMACY'rTAI.IO.1TPAINT&WAU.PAftIO- : ; : white. and Mrs Virgil Blackman, 4 r : .I D w ftit i
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all of Mon icello-;. Miss. Alberta '
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'.. Dice, Mr and Mrs George Y cons -

and daughters.' Mr and" Mrs L,' P a utterance or golf,lo1IOw-tb r OU8h mfly costars As your a*-1 .
; : Gibson and children Mr Lamar r: vice doesnt stop with the: sots ofa poiscp.'WQ. i _'
.. ; Tutee and Miss Jean Ragaas" i.o f :yort>jt.03 vital new coverages'..review your ptCpelt1'irmsraaca.J'OQ -". ,;
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Perry: 'Mr 'and Mis J L. CbUum. 'hJpk2C' ;: "
IfRUi'STURllERESTABRANtw Mrs'Gettys Braswell Mrs Edward 'JIV'liilOW Md"Phzclley IMItJ C f "' '
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r, : Craton,-Mr' and Mrs Vernon Wethertagton itrrtw ksurMce '.

,' 'rid 1_Mrs R \fickeryaH of .... Ageicy >
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23th, 1961 THE EN MADISON FLORIDA: PAGE SEVEtf:

f ,o-. -.. MRS MILLINQR RESIGNS All types Mechanical Repairs TOMUNSON PROMOTEDBill :q '.. ... -atREE --

-" : '- ; AS'LIBRARIAN. -- Cars and Trucks.McWILLIAMS I :
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.. --t' .. I .,....-..,.,.. t Tomlinson who for the past 6
f. (J ...,.. .:: :- .J t GARAGE three years has been Supervisor of .

'. .' I the Whole 'Sale Qf fice:-for Tenneco \ e
The'labary Board
met Thursday > REGISTER FOR
Mrs Wsfflter Dies Oil Company In Tallahassee has
Tv.-.t isSaturday. and! accepted with regret. the_.resig Office
I f been; promoted to ,Managerof
;. nation of Mrs R .L MillinorA- the '
Mrs C F Walker, age 73, died at the company's new Southeastern Chair and Glider Set
_. --' '_--:_ -- Librarian, which, was due to' health her home ;Friday afternoon. She was Regional office in Atlanta. ,: i-
"'- "'- ,,.....-- -- ""- s reasons. a native of Cairo, Ga. and was;the The Tomlinsons will move on to be given away; afc
Mrs Millinor has served'.faithfully of the late and :Mrs have
We Have a Full Line of daughter Mr OcL2.r: to a new home, they '
and '.well twenty years; from- the ..beginning resided in Sarasota, 'Out had..been -
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Dwos& f of the library In 1938 a A/will begreatly' living in' Madison;,for ten,>year.She :.:- J ::

a .. missed for her untiring in was a member1"of' thee'Lee:Methodist .Mr'and. .... Mrs B J Randell of M
,September 3flDOUBLE' church.t! : 'J :.'" few dayS
guests a
: Cteairoater were
terest in, and devotion to,. the Li
.FEATURE, Survivors are-her husband' and "last-week of Mr and Mrs R C bidet
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w r. ii ST VOYAGE, Tech ai- brary.. five daughters, Mrs W E Dresiag io Ji en. route home from a trip to
co l-r" atarringF,Robert Stacy Doro Board_ members. --present, were and Mrs 2 ErMickler of :Sarasota; the mountains. SEPTEMBER:- SO
'thy' Malone:' -J3pins-tlnglirigr suspense TAtBOTT PAINTWALLPAPER .& t Mrs._Peter Stern. oil the hiiti;seas. See;what,'happens Kramer_, Miss Irene Williams,. and Donald Horton 1 Winter Haven, and -- M

when a_ hugh" luxury' liner, carrying i .Mr/Mellous Moore. TheVotbferrxmemrber : Mrs W C Mason; Daly 'City; Calif i
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15_ i passengers;. dkintegrateain.thcM&eooean. Castle.;Park. ; Mrs, Dan Chason ',was, absent two sons, C F Jr and Burton of
t'IIe'r or Intense, action- VALDOSTA, GA ; Sarasota"twelve::>gntBdchttdreaj and
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filled drama. four greafgraaaScMldjrte i and one.
("' ,r :/' !":- '- i ,-- : .... ,Johnny Plant,- sophomore, at the brother H P .BenneXt, SarasotarFuneral -
GV'Jf. 'I HT," staring famesBrown" Florida. the-.weekend "seMees. .were"
J oari.1gtaley" Mr and Mrs Jim :Cart. and-two :Universitjrof" spent :; held vai ,2,
Gregg'Palmer.A at home.We Sunday the" chapel>> 'of'theT
p. m.
children :
are guests of Mrs Cawart'sparents :
#nionthe.. ,range-. .BrotherRbrother ..
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Mr and Mrs .He Shaffer Beggs .con*
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agala :1n the battle ..of"the LA :
fret ": ducted ; L'E Deaslow. Organ
MrCowart's' enlistment with 'the $ by Rey:
old.. west. Cartoon.SumiayMcmday .. ,ga-S '
Alr Force h.s' tm%h ated" and he music was rendered;by 'Mrs' ,Dale

October, '!, 2 goes pext:week-to. : .Jackeoayille.to be forL-F. Leslie. Interment*was" in the Cairo' ;
MASTER .OF THE:- WORLD;" sworn?Into,fee,NavyAwe :more : : Ga. cemetery. "' .
Technicolor; tarring Vincent\Pricej extended'Visit i%ere Mrs: Cewar and Active [pallbearers- ....wereMessrs
WebsterrHe children will .m z tie Onzelo Prince, William Prince, Pan ". _..-...
Mary where
was a mad scientist live Mfanil am- ieaters.tv < I
Ward, Perston Ward and } 'f''
: -and' would-be-master of tnte : they have purchased a home. .. "- 1. ; %George j

world. A timely motion picture in h.-x--, _, Aat AsskiatcotlfC Faullmer all of,Cairo and.*) Bennett' :, < Western4tto Associate.Store
the best Jules Verne' tradition. Car- Miss ..Miriam; Acosta-of E Herra? Western Home of. Vie: 1

toon. burn, Cuba,-arrired Monday to be i J. J. SALE. JR. Owner !
L the guest: 'of 'Rev" and' Mrs Paul MaiSa c. $1.05 J Pi:1: .
Tueadaj-Wetincsday 108: 110 'S: E PINCKNEY lrfAfi SON -FLA
October 3-,'.4? Touchton. ..forsomefUme. ..,, t "' --' -: - ._ I __ -:
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Juliet Prowse:i Gary c+oeby. 'The _. '. '. : '. &_ .

humorous .confidential report on.the : : :' : ": ..n. s. .E" i[ -
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bachelor boys. The'ti: Dgs :they do : : 0\ r' 4' : .._. _: ". -

to get their, girls.- s ; -f.-- -.1" ;,."_'Y'.f"--- ....1-..:. -" ,-" j : ,... .,..'. .. '.-. ..v-, \.".......... ." () 'j: '., .., _: : T.-,..., Fo". ,."- ,' M& "*
., :, r' s m. "Cr" j f6- d. 1.. 1'- :$&.'.{
DRAGSTRIP. GIRL, starring! Fay ---1--7": /:/ "' ." f I O i !o: !j. \ :*>
1 SPA Steve Ferrell, John Ashley. > ':-.: ._ ; -" H' '-< 'h Y >" ... -' -,H- aJ- : -v4' r
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reckless .rampage.. They learned :
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Thursday FridaJ', October 5. I .. :. ;-.f wiUldiscover a line of Fords-so..long, so :Thunderbird: .power? 'and, quality that '-from: : a new'wagon that seats eight to Ja,.. ,' '1 !

TWO RODE TOGETHER.. East '*.i ,: / new. ., so varied that,everyone ,will find his sets',a, new industry: standard the- 196? Falcon Squire' Wagon with tjie! rich- :. : : ,

xnancolor starring James Stewart Ford-the -that fits,his Galaxies" .essential'feature woodlike of the famous >' ;
finish
Richard Widmark, Shirley Jones, ,; .personal car pleasure 'weYou every Country : :

1 Linda CristaL Only one man could ','- and his needs,precisely as though, of far costlier fine cars. If you are Squire B Pick the Ford in,your future, ; ,
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r rescue the captives-but he. set a s,'**'-. ..'-: it had been made to measure. For. looking for economy' without_ compro*;! with confidence: every 1962 Ford isbuilt R

adventure high price and for the action job. An experience.Cartoon. unusual. ..:.1..J.". those who want true luxury car, there, mise, look to Americas favorite,compact: .. ,to a,standard of quality so high that :, ;:

.. 'l...' ;:'.-, are.two distinguished new series .of this year :there are more Falcons than, it will change all.-your ideas of how fine,, .

t .Galaxies-both swift as rumor. ,.silent as .ever to'choose from-: 13: all.' Wagoa how quiet i ,: how enduring, a car can l>e. :
With the opening,,.of:*.schooL_ the '" \,,' ,
.:.I'eninsula. .,f r Motgr Club' j '(AAA\, 1i" : .. . .. J

Joined *Madison; 'County.. ,Sheriff- ,';:,.. \, I -4- :
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Simrnie H.+iiooife Jand Police/Her. *. !!i:t'" '"i"; :... : 1
man/'Chefo/t- >!-1 ladison is urging .

motorist to fem' in, alert'for '

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_ all;<'pedestrian deaths and 38_ per .' .
cent' of all pedestrians injured are

school-age children, the AAA Club ; .a-. ,.. '
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seldom are sufficiently aware of

traffic dangers and consequentlytake V J3 .
unnecessary chances in crossIng 4
the street. ..

"It's up to ,the motorist to watch .

out for these youngsters many' ;iof 'q ,, .... _' -
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of safety $sauUMarvin. _or t,. f'a.... ...:
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The Club reported that a safety !
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\ Carefully" is being

displayed on, telephones and light : ..
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poles here and elsewhere in the. '.-.,. :>.>,:>1- .

46-county territory served by the

AAA affiliate. '. .' : '
The attractive new poster was .. 4f .
designed by a ,Florida school boy II

Robert Heimlick, 14. a student at <;' r

Oak Grove Junior High School in f '
[" fib
"Clearwater. It wan first prize in rGuaa5ao
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a nationwide contest. ::,. "
The Peninsula Motor Club is busy

and supplies ... :
distributing equipment. V \lp
for School Safety Patrols in the K; fr

I more than 800 schools in the terri- CLUB'ViCTOilA/brfground)...CALAXIE to toore up to wier lunar ,st the low Ford I' 'rAll Brakes adjust 1 themselves automation r.Spedalxinc eoat.I : .,' ,1'
tory. The Safety Patrol which the .K TOWN SEDAN (boekgrqitnd) ? .The Ca1uie/,504-near Galaxies are beautifullf built to: be more tcrvice-free. log protects rlul body pans against nut and corroaionl!! .
a', club has sponsored since 1936, has I f' 'f.1. j..t.- [ inq.am.en r in luxury-is for those who want all of the They go 30/XX mjla between major lubricatkms,6/XXJ 0 AIIWi.

been credited with contributing -Co1tT cIenAt> tn The Calaxie makes it easier than ever miles between oil changes and minor lubriatioaa.f .. ...

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dub is the sponsorship of driver
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education program In. :

f schools. The Club was a leader in
pushing through the ;1961 Legislature 1 :

a bill which will mean an expanded .

driver education program FALCON FORDOR.SEDAN.Just'one ;.i.. A
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in-the state. :Motorists will pay ant : : 't9 of IS Falcons for 1962, this 4-
extra 25 cents a year for their -- 1.: door sedan has aa improved yento t
of the Falcon Six list
that
driver's license in order to finance. engine
... w J spring recorded the best gas mileage*
the expanded program.r Fords for a Six or Eight la the 25.dac|

.f: -: FALCON SQUIRE WAGON .,.., Brand new for 152.,it' tek. history of the Mobilgas Economy
Mrs Paul Montague of Winston- ; ..*. ," m histiatod...and the only compact wagon of its kind.Inside Run.Falcon's low price for 158 make;, .;
aTaflablc with Futon bucket scats and a bandy console! t America's best :
Saleni. ,N C arrived Monday ., a 'It.is. t compact. Taluel I .1
'a s ,% -4. Outside it has ted tide paneling:with elegant-woodUfr* Snub- 1
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': 'itooOI'a&: Q1 ; NO-VU SHAPES l .. .: Bob Searcy/preSIdent of the Madison ,
: ( ( r : ; County Development Authority, BUGS, FLEAS AND TERMITES ARE MAKING YOUR
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= _. Wednesday of the work thIs.- MUST .
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ization is trying to do for the benefit .
0 The exclusive inner pocket construction '
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of all parts of the count ;
: of this Nu-Vu bra give i > =BtJRKEEXTERMINAtJNG-
: : !1k : .. $ The Authority has a $6690 budget .
y : l the ,youthful uplift and separation provided by the Commivsibners '
., County '
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)?Iione
N so important to the mature for this year and Is' inprbVcesa :. '_ s .Perry Florida
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.. : full i figure. of ,, ..
: publishing brochures of the
'" ...;.J t __ 0 .,::;::: ..'. :county, :and having an. Office with "
,if:'. Continuous strap, beginning at .. part-time TO CONTINUE STUDY MIss'BerJfia "Rose Denslow
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): secretary in the Byron '
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; 'f Hotel building in this city! *. .. students at
f 6.. :. distributes the "lift" over entirebust Searcy also discussed the .!AnA X :tele'gzam moved Wednesday University of Florida were wi
,, and provides even, bal* program," designed to ,assist 'communities from 1fi G sa 16.aJ io artd'and, Smath- end guests of their parents Rev

s; .< ;anted supporti 4 in securing industries. ers t and 1Gonsressman'. Matthewssays Mrs L E Denslow of Lee. Miss
a : .;fe... rubber Vernal Webb,. member'' -- slow had her
.i : .';>. % Covered foam pads are : a. # the : as week-end
=. stitched onto each strap to re : .d I Authority, accompanied ear ",aid} Delighted to advise Conference i Miss Mildred Nickerson of

: ':'F .......""'" p hove pressure and eliminate Jimmy Stanley, a former president Appropriations bill for: public works U' of F and Gainesville.
,of the Authority made a short talk
V' ; for continuationof
,4 ppyyy9 r << cutting. tO'D includes $60,000
: reported that Pretisdonware
-was
:;;,: f II study for Suwarihee,' Satilla and
4 :;. \ : cup sizes have additional front interested in renting the whole of .
. i :k 7 and back buildup to control soft i the big brick, tobacco warehouse. St, Marys rivers. Congress last

:-,!-," i .: ;I:. 1 flesh while maintaining the .:;...,' Holmes Melton, of the State Development 'year appropriated, $25,000. New appropriation RADIATORS REPAIRE]
t appearance of lowness, in cut. :' > l Authority, was present. and bill will bring; within McWILLIAMS GARAGi.IILDINGMATERIAI4
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:. :--.,, .. spoke- briefly.' $15,000: total amount needed forstudy
'" ,'."' If le 9831 White on1y.k' -\ Rev Ar C McCail of Tampa, a completion.

oj, .... r' In"cotton/rayon brocade, C ffP32 \ < 'foriier' tor::'here':dras a>: visitor lY .
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: ':r r ::FULL THICK INSULATION, PER $52.00

.. MADISON EXA.- PETERSBURG -. Professors &' 16.00
r : NO. 23 AWNING WINDOW, 37 x 38
wearing capand
gownsgrabbed
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shovels from Yal ;/ Notre' 'Dame' COMMON NAILS ALL SIZES PEKEG 9.25
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Mrs O'Neal the .
bridegroom's .
aunt Fletcher and Rosalind Hutchinsoncut
Princeton and 140
L.Miss Carpenter Bride other U S collegesand
: chose, a Navy linen dress designedwith the cake and Miss Linda Gail universities and plunged them CEILING TILE, PER 1,000 . .-,r#. 103.00
a white shawl collar. Her Harris and Miss Nancy Stricklandof ,into ''the earth at Florida Presbyterian's ,
; Of Richard Sowell %-IN GALVANIZED PIPE PER JOINT 2.52'OUTSIDE.
L hat and accessories were black and I Tallahassee kept the bride's ground breaking ceremonies ,
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... she wore purple orchid corsage. I book. Passing mints were Deborah Sunday., "- s ; ...".; I.: I WHITE PAINT GALLoN 3.35
Immediately after the ceremonya Blalock of Madison and Marilyn _A crowd; of: b,000 ,heard, author "$.. .. ," <

Miss Dale Carpenter;: became the reception was given by Mrs CarPenter Blalock, of Ocala, 'cousins_''of the Vance Packard call""for a turnaboutof FLAT PORCH COLUMN . .v.v 4.25
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bride afternoon of Richard September Sowell 24th. 'Sunday-at*.*.4 -ments'' ,0 'i of in_ FellowshiPHall.,white. p;:'chrysanthemums,, Arrange-,_ .: bride.Hostesses'assisting'in--- 7 f.: w M'" :-- :*', "'
%> the idea of shifting from a CEDAR 2 x 4's PER 1,000 .-. .<... 95.00
o'clock in the First Methodist were placed on the stage and were Mrs C A Blalock, Mrs W highly successful materialistic society _

church with the Reverend' J Paul : formed the background thebride's T Goody,. Mrs :.Maxie: 'Jones, .Mrs to. a truly civilized' one" Packard :'.' ::15 and 30-LB FELT, PER ROJ.L .;.', ., 2,00
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Touchton officiating at the" impressive table. Richard Baker, Miss Imogene Bass.. declared. J '" '
< I:, INTERIOR LATEX PAINT Per 'Gallon 2.65
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double ring ceremony.* 'The bride's table covered with a Mrs C L Tadlock, Mrs Guy Morrow :

The bride is thelQa ghter' of 'Mrs handsome imported, embroideredlinen Mrs T J Beggs Jr, Mrs"JP Dr Blanche N: Hardy, Director, {'o':. 210-LB: ROOFING, 15-YR. BOND,?P er' Sq.5.75

Emaline Blalock Carpenter of. Madison -' and ,lace cloth held the beautifully Tomlinson and. Mrs. Raeburn' C The Guidance Center North Florida \, S S I

and the brid. e groom-, the embossed three tiered wed.. : Home. Junior' College, is attending :the V .12-2 ROMEX WIRE, 250-Ft Roll . 8.25

nephew of Mr and Mrs. Wallace ding cake that was' When the couple left on their Second Annual Invitational 'Con. ,,' FLUSH ,
topped with a miniature replica of : I.' '. ?;: INTERIOR, DOOR . . 4.70
O'Neal of Cherry Lake. wedding trip to St Augustine Beach ference of County and. Area Coordinators
The vows were spoken before a the bride's bouquet and encircled and Cypress Gardens the bride was of Guidance at the University .. ,e. .<2-a x 6-8 x IK) ;., ; "

background of palms. magnolia- toll.a with' a oVer ruffle of rose- embroideredtulle wearing ,a champagne wool dress of' Florida Sept 2830. i" i,,J ASBESTOS SIDING, Per Sq. . . 14.00
and Southern smilax. A large net and small white with matching ,jacket with bracelet
poms. Silver candelabra and corners
1 standard of white chrysanthemum Electric
length sleeves. Her feather hat and

and gladioli and four branched of the table were decorated accessories were brown and her .: ,. . .,..... S H U M A M
f cathedral candelabra holding lighted with sprays of Pinocchio poms tied '
was of cymbidium orchids. Wiring and
cordage; RepairElectric "
white tapers completed the beautiful with the same embroidered tulle and i
Mrs Sowell is a graduate of:
settiner. satin ribbons. The punch table was Madison High School and finishedthe C "Alt PRICES NET CASH*
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CoVered r
Mrs Vernon Ragans organist with a lace and linen cloth secretarial and business cOurse 0:
and pouring were Miss Joyce Mc
presented a program of nuptial
at North Florida Junior in
College
music and the traditional marchesand Queen of Tallahassee. and. Mrs ... I Madison High School. J.

accompanied .Miss Jean Ragans Carroll S Blalock." June. The couple will reside: in Clear-
Mr: Sowell 'is" a graduate of
soloist, who sang At Dawning Be- Misses Gail Coffee and ChrysteUe water. '

cause and The Lord's Prayer. :As A '.
the bride entered the sanctuarythe

wedding march was played on --
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David Joseph was best man and 'i t: \ _tE'I

'ushers were Jack Hendry and William _

Eugene .Greene and cousins of ,. .: :.. ;;: I"
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Maury J Blalock Jr. .
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The a gown S
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with jewel neckline, bracelet length

.- sleeves and short bouffant skirt. .... i
She wore a .coral headdress attached r
to a circular illusion veil
and carried an arrangement of Above is the striking QiryiUr 300 Zdoorhcrdtop. Deep, contour bucket teak lower left) are,an exciting option on this,eode4j

cocoa fuji mums and net tied with .
fall rainbow satin ribbons. ,

f The flower girl wore a floor "-, -" .::. :;:, "" ;-', '- : ._ .' "i.J,, : ,:; :. .z
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length dress of coral tulle over I :- 'F''- .. .:...- : =
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taffeta tiered bouffant with fitted skirt.bodice Her and .headdress three- ..--.. ", .,;.:.::'::; ..-' '
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matched her dress and she ::\ 1'f' .

carried a nosegay of small poms fEATURES THE NEW FULL-SIZE "i '.'! ';-.
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and net end fall rainbow satin '-
with her dress. '
ribbons, blending {" -'"

: LOVELY BRIDE" '...A HIGH PERFORMANCE OKTS SERIES IN A POPULAR PRICE RANGE !I :

i The bride was given in marriage t.l .. ... ... -. .f '+>* ,
by her uncle J 0 Blalock of Whiter /: r. .

Haven. She was lovely In her wedding :'=,':f:> : ---_ ., \L JTS A NEW CHRYSLER 300!. With a price that puts; '/300"()( f
of white. peau' de soie, '; :> and well reach
gown performance luxury within, your :>Youiget your -
fashioned on princess lines. Deli- ;:- .' 2% choice of two bucket seat interiors; big V-8: engines ranging: from ._. S #

cate appliques bodice of r jolencon t the neck lace outlined and- t.' : :;:: ;- standard 305 to breath-taking 380'horsepower; three body; ) styles _

were repeated the on the front of-the '" ;J'N-- that nobody can mistake.for a compact.. ". .

bell shaped skirt. The back featureda I Check out the other Chryslers too. The sniart-btfy ewportand

bustle pouff and terminated in a the luxury New Yorker. Enjoy Chrysler-engineer43'--g11 .

chapel train. Her rflnger-tip 'length with smooth, stable torsion-bar suspension "iili.soti :f t1jet mEAt\EWnu-srm ) 964 x

veil of imported illusion was attached : -' : rpS Unibody ? With' details like new chassis fit!tP.t /' iKati/..needAi.V *. 'R."L"U.roln' o.UiI.,v_ It'...
scalloped crown edged r \ 'II
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a ;J --- lubricationonlyat32,0005nile Intervals. ,iP : '
seed pearls. She carried. a bouquet .. ,. .
with Chryttr''t atggetted retailprice for
of tuberoses and shattered carnations : ,_ t', Nothing ho-humdrum about these stout Chrysler $2sJ! Pme one! 4-door ttdan, exclusive of destination -

and tulle and satin ribbons ... : :' t There nothing as exciting to own as a big one from, sled! .charges. White wall tires extra.

F "centered with two white Swan. Song. i ""._ .. :; _. S" __ ...

orchids. Carpenter, 4he. .. bride's NEWPORT 300 NEW WORKER. AGAIN KOIR EOmONS TftCOMPROMISE. '\ YOUR INVESTWEKTI_ -- _r' c :
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"another was gowned c,in -*a teal N blue TOSS ramia KuaanTEi T02! TO TM m m WWII SEIIU M BBS-TI aa iMo..ts l tisir KS:S SSEB BPH BOUSE.JIll HIT wa OlE"CFUS KW> tss2 cm TO BE AWAISEB BEE BY oegYttEr mmm.

silk sheath fashioned with, a lace

bodice and worn with a matching .
jacket. Her hat and Accessories 'jRAGANS.MOTOR': COMPANY--: 5; -

were' the same shade as her dress .
a purple :;; te ,::: .". L ": '- : ':"::i tic', u.r; ....."t ;';.
-and her corsage ,was 7db EAST" BASE STUn :MADISON, FLORIDA .,' 1

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A PERSON who no longer'grows* -
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ceases to be a person. He
becomes a fossil 11 he.Li old or_- :
: he stays a baby if he is young.'- t4 -. 1
.:: Our world. Is cluttered up with I ,
babies who never grow up. and
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fossils haven't"had 5 If
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thirty 'years and 1: .. '!' :
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'had any ideas of ,
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their own yet. A -s t
'genuine human

being .growsthroughout :
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life-time. :
Ii 'grows
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ur.SIs "SAO looser: -Jrowa.a' 1 .b. &&&s *B3 ... ,,."...f,
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'f"tt J eVer grew;'but Luke I ,

.tt"ijli j"11 that he did...and tellsWpOW'Chprch' I
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d_. land P I .
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T, 4robkm aiierty saying that a ; ?1F

Jesus,was-a special kind t*>f human .( : .
being who did not crow and did :

uat need to.,then we are not mak-' < .
'in(,'the 'pf tbem asler but 'hard, 1 '" '
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*.> .* Luke writing: ';ourJhird'' Gospelw ; rt ,TKe Indians could send a- rallying wU i( many fret. es..b;Y i_( ; / ; r

dre..H uses his' Greek language with drums 'Each drummer stationed lonely \ listen t : ; <;::
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in Luke 2:S2. Luke 2:40 tells how } :;. ., fQr-J ;soup. -f 'of* i1tdrQ:; ms_ 7 *, and, :'relay the message<* j* "* *" oth** **ers"**&* j---/k. '{jA. .

f Jesuit grew'or TatJj r simply tells : # waiting i across the valley. Overnight, a dozeiv tribes .cpuld'Be/ -<
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us Jesus did row, bifore hewar '. i :_ c. I$ :Ji". Virallied
twelve ')'ears. oldu,Luke, 2:52. to .' ; '
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.. us how :Jesus grew after he % *-._ ,
""was'twelve of the little rears old. speaking. We don't need such crude methods of communication today. ; *J" -, 0-1 It- 'Jt
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Jesus Luke !l

word he grew that Jstised but he 'uses todescribe the -same says the' \.. .r' Men: with a common purpose can joiilIorces ro. iicfilie woe i ld;", ".. : y1at ;:: : ,"" >:' J


growth of garden plants and flow : /1' a 'pre-arranged ti me. < ', ->; '.." ; ;. x y j. :? ... v., '., .a : 4It., '
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ers. good word to tell how '"' i' ""- 1
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little children,grow,Incomes naturally ': ... Wprld Wide Communion Sunday IS such an expression ': .: .
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growing. .. : : .) ) ( : ,. :: f >
Give out-of-doors them food and sleep and the .!: I.:j1 tr':: .5-f umtyIn every Christian land the. church !bells* will summon. 'IV: ;' 4- .,.li ,.
to play in, and they *-* $ :: ; ; ,
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will grow without .,.>: ;-. : menand to the Lord's..Supper this Sunday! : < J' '
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knowing it. \ E. : : :; _f[;; .;! ; women on *- : "
.1' But after twelve Luke has another \ ,' .:..., j,' i'/t: : OI. ',. ....JI.r' ;.;:: J.-* / .. : ,. --I/: !' '- ; > -< -, > ,>":i", ..". '< "..

lag effort word.struggle.It is a word<- suggesN......' : ..:. :, .j.Z: ;'. ', '-, > T-, ", And, the universality ofthiS, great religious.event, will, not %'pVv <-:. 'r '.:'-t.><. .


5ody aDd ta4, -,' _4 :':: "a_. ::,'4- : -' / ..,,: depend on, bells .relaying the message from town to town It will_ J* fv, :N' ;: -.',: ::'. _

Some a m ?'. :.ia one... ..: : ._ ,. ,depend pn foj s like yourself coming to their Church, to receive ., .jfej_ =:\ : '::" :: I
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aided. Part of them ," .t... jl't ,..- : : .. \t4 .. ,
grew but the- = ......... : '' --. 'thisdloIyi'Sa'ranient. --in"-1" ;' '', .-... .. I \ 0 .-
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weaklings. We have also'.aeen .. _: C-1 ./ : / : _, ..... :; ...i..tiQ : ..r7L _
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people. who are very strong '- ; '-t :.:,- '" ;ICiHURC.H, FOR '. ._ //ffj ;>:;, L' .. '" ."", ."t.. ? :- f. ;
up to the neck, but pretty weak a 1 : -' ALL .' FOR THI CHURCH 10. << ; J- j d;.:,,, t
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wisdom and in stature; that is to .)' '_, : f :: The Church is the greatest factor on !\ ..... ._ ,..'.
say mentally and physically. The fctrth for the' building.of character and goodcitizenship .- .;. ,

old Greeks used to have a motto ." ,..... _,..- It is' a storehouse of spiritual Day Book Chapter Venes 'J'![ '. "
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which the 0 :' '
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copied and Is ,,ti..>:., values. Wjthout a strong Church neither '
still in circulation: "A sound mind .;:;.' > democracy 1 nor v. SundaY Hebrews 10 19-25 .. s

K 'in way a forward sound body in both" Jesus cut his I :: There: are four sound reasons why every Monday Luke .2Z Iii20. J Jpers ;. ... {

.grew in wisdom respects-at"W8ftli". .. -_., ;.._ t should.attend services regularly and Tuesday Psalms 55 .8.14. J ". '. ,;
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important also. No doubt he -r- #1-\ L support the They ?re; ( ) ;
in knowledge. His mother would grew :. :'. '.:: e: tIi.... -..",- --,') .-: -=:- .w' own '(2f'For., 1p1 :s. J3).P) _. ..133 -W: a w:Y- ; ,

leach him as Deuteronomy directs _. t' : : l ;I r' 'For the sac'of his, community and nation Thursday-( John .17 20-26-,. '", to
parents to do; but while ", .. '\-- ... -' ft-fc -< -- .
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or girl from the outside as, it : .. -i to* go to -church'regularly and read your Saturday Revelation: 31520..' ; ; "*T -k' "
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the knowledge you have--has to >r.;, "-'r.-i. ''' -' .. .'; ...,.'!,. :,j. '. ,. .. t_. 4
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fee developed on the inside. A '' .....,''.' .r -! f".. -- ".",:;".j' .. < ,- -
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working his way forward. It is of ; :f, : >

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W"One liked way JIS"of Judging the worth c ': .i:: MADISON DRUG' STORE.-T.;<' ;MORROWINSURANCE. AGENCY'':' ; ,. '

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him? Merely being popular is not .' .- '' : .,;.".'..A.--.... 1tIADISON. FLORIDA. ., .. !' :j .: v MADISON, FLORIDA +-
enough. Popular with, what kind '

of boy people and ? Luke writes that the ;; : :.>1; ElfBATTERY & TIRE COTImENTERPRISE: ,. :
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men literally.) [ ,
Put into :: ; .:Your Friendly.Home paper. $3.75 a year, or: lOc a Cop: .:. ;
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everyday language this : ; ; .: -: > ", -.
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means both God and men liked iwEsTERN AUTO STORE .
him better "4 ;; -;. :;;.: : ;._ '_ #
every day. In later ..
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years hid bitter -
who at last murdered him enemies:, but in J.*J. SALE, JR., Owner : i fc:' _' DUNN FURNITURE CO. ,. '-

his younger years. If Luke tells J .. '' PHONE HU 3-2385, MADISON, FLORIDA/ :. o"
the whole story at this point.Jesus -'. i' f< PHONE HU 3-2340, MADISON, FLORIDA. _
appears to have had no enemies. l" "J; B..DAVIS fac. .: : ; -
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not one of these cranks who iIAIISONFLORIDA; .< QUAOTY. .. .;:. c'"'
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persons forget) that If Is much t '. .." .... .,... ,.
more important that God should PHONE HU 3-2241: MADISON, FLORIDADAYUGHt .:
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WEIGHT; FAMILLY REUNION ATTEND QUITMAN a. DUNNELLON WINS '

CONVENTION, -
,I Mr and MrsFoy Wright enter: -. .. Dunnellon's powerful ,football
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BUILDING Cffnts Jm yet o tained their seven children and A number Jehovah's. -witnesses ,team defeated Greenville High
81. their families at.an enjoyable family have just returned from attending School last Friday night in Dun-

1 N .nE ,reunion Sunday, Sept 24th attheir a threeday' religious conventionheld nellon, 25 to (0. ..
home A previous reunion of '
: .1j"..l C the family was ..held in April 1959.A in Quitman last. week-end, according .. .'
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to Ella Wolf, local '
delicious buffet dinner was rep
'. NE.L.IO I Dr and Mrs Harry Merchant and
served to the guests at..noon. sentative. Miss Margaret Merchant of Gaines- Mr and Mrs Bobby Ragans
: I I r Those attending were! Sue Wrightand 234 were present for the opening ville children of Orlando were week!
were guests Sunday of Mr and '
0 : Mildred Wright and Mrs Lottie session Friday "night for the model guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Ra
:: Mrs T C Merchant
Wright, grandmother.of the Wright ministry school. There were'290 pre- and Mr and Mrs Phil Howard.BUSINES&'f1EN .
MATERIALCertainTeed f rew S children;. all of Madison; D L sent ,.f r. Saturday's session which -x-
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\ and Pete
VALDOSTA Wright of San,Kego,;Calif; >Ir and talk (12 I. Armstrong
featured a baptismal bap-
Asphalt Shingles _......_:$ 5.9 Mrs Gerald Norris and son Jerry tized and demonstration on Gibson attended the Florida-Clem- r -
15 Tear Warranty Per 54 Norris of Greenville Fla, Mr and a ,son game in Gainesville Saturday.

4x8x14 AD Plywood n'T" .sheet: "$ 2.45 Mrs Parks L Wright and daughters Starting New Ones in Service.' Newspaper adve
Laura, and Shelly of Brunswick, Ga. The climax of the assembly came Try WHITE-TOP DRIVE-

4x8x3/4 ,AD Plywood. WI ...sheet $ 6.15. Mr and Mrs Joe D Wright son; Sunday at 3:00 'p- M when 425 IN'S REGULAR MEALS,
Greg Wright of Savannah, Tenn; packed the Washington High School they're delicious friend. can, help you
Disappearing Attic Stairway ._... $1 .95' Ifng
..._ and Mr and Mrs Bobby Wright and Auditorium to hear' H L Brissett

Outside White Paint ........__...____gal. $3.35 son Robert Wright of Jakin, Ga. deliver the keynote address, liThe blinded them to the prophecies ofGod's money as well as haj
High .Quality Mildew and Fume Resistant Twentieth Century in Bible Pro- Word which shows that man's

/2 in. Celotex Sheathing ..__per M $55.00 Mrs. B N Gross a visitor in,Jack- phec ." future is not the conquest of space fun in buSIness.I...;
Waterproof sonville Monday to be with Mr and Mr' Brissett told his audience: but the coming in of a brand new
I "The scientific marvels men accomplish world in which righteousness is to
Mrs Harrell Gross and their little
I Celotex 12x12 or '12x24 Ceiling-Diamond Tile .White. ---......per M $107.50 daughter who is a patient at St in the space age have t dwell. Call HU 3-6361

Vincent's hospital. .
i PAY CASH AND SAVE CALL. CH 2-3760 \n... 4i.1:. V!
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t CYPRESS ST. VALDOSTA. GA. Bro Ira Blair filled his regular '

t appointment, at the church Sunday.
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We all enjoyed a good attendance.
Let's all make a special effort to
1 Mr and Mrs D D Morris accompanied Mrs Wm Tomlinsbn and children. el
attend the service J -
every Sunday._ ... ...
Mr and Mrs H W 'Mizell of -
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St Augustine Saturday on a trip to'I I guests of Mr and Mrs W T Hol-. children of Lake City were visiting
the North Carolina mountains ntains. lingsworth during the weekend.
Mr Mrs
a Mrs Blair's family, and O
The Tomlinsons will be .. -: i.ay uk:
movingto
t soon Delma Q'Quinn.Sunday. ;
Drink DR. PEPPER
Atlanta. Mr and Mrs I B Livingston. of
;t Stockton, Ga were dinnerguests

l Sunday of Kirs'.Livingston's mother, ':Tn4t +
Mrs H C Tuten.
YNY+eo a
lYon will get my Cpl and Mrs Tommy Tuten of
; ;}y Massachusetts have been visiting !

with his mother Mrs H C Tuten i

} personal attention and Mrs Tuten's (family, Mr. and!
:r ; ; Mrs W E Blanton. Cpl Tuten leaves i

aCd, } and ,best service Oct 11th for duty' in Korea. Mrs I
*'in '" their
!" .. Tuten, will remain 'here

>Y available when .new home.
you Willie J Rowell of Thpmasville,
VN: Ga. was Visiting here over the
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: drive i into t Arnie -
-Mr A V Mozingo of Daytona ,
II .,,' Beach visited with Mr W G Cle- f

Medders American ments last week '- '
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.n Mr Sharp Slaughter has .returned 'AN'C

i home from his visit-with his son
:.3.. Service Station in i 11:
in Fort Pierce. We are glad to have '-
r __ -$-- him back, and to know he is feeling Cs
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Madison. ARNIE better.
meet
Everyone remember prayer .
Wednesday night at ::7:30:....,

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COMPLIMENTED AT LUNCHEON'Mrs :: r- ..
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Fraleigh were hostesses ,at a trade.In

luncheon Saturday at the DuRant K .12.110"1R01D \\ -
home complimenting Miss Jean

Ragans, whose_marriage will be an ,,(URD6UWJtEE sKO.ca.c.

event of Sunday, Oct 15th. \
.t Yellow marigolds and other fall
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room and the dining table was cen '' I I Our New Tread identified by
Medallion and hop mark are
tered with bronze marigolds. I. GUARANTEED
Places arranged at small r t. Against defects in work.
were
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:: %;,- t manship illand material
tables for twelve guests and a three- fH/ during tread.
J / 2. Aftanst normal toad has*
course menu was served. nU (except repairable
punctate*) encountered in
The hostesses present d Miss I ... : everyday faseeotr car
Ragans with pieces of silver in her y ; ; : use for 12 months.
'sl Repairs mad without chart.
chosen pattern. Mrs Henry .Ragans, I 5 %::;.,, %_ %. replacement prorated tread
f 9- x :;,' ;; wear and based on list prices
the! bride-elect's mother, was a- current at time el adjustment.
thong the guests attending the lovely ."
1k ARNIE MEDDERS .
affair, and Mrs Bobby Ragans ""
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Flight School at the,Nayal AirStaT ,
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FLORIDA ',: : atioa Cade Walter B'.'Sea1saySOB' F STATION
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DIRECTORS PLAN (ANNUAL
MEETING J!
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Brought" To You Weekly By '

Directors -of- Madison County:

e- Farm Bureau enjoyed a delicious

: { chicken dinner at McNeil's Restaurant -
HIWARD TUDSTlU.
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13 of ,the 15 directors .present afcmg

+ ube company r :i with Rudy Hamrick, County Agent;

....':. :w Zack Colson, local tanh. Buf au;::
and BUILDING SUPPLIES -----fI I J-61C)6) ::'.: Insurance Agent,.n and"Mrs"" B"Aa .4

/: Jones Secy. Plans for the forth

R RAYMOND' MERCER Lee, do you coming annual meeting to be held
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- a l 5 .5 !Iti read the Fisherman's Calendar? Agriculture Center were completed

- ZKri-JSt .. 'Zg'; : along with the usual business at
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CALENDAR
.. 7" The annual meeting is one big
x -S FOR THE WEEK OCTOBER I THRU 8Tn affair where all Farm Bureau members

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.fJF INTERESTED IN AN OWNER-COMPLETED- .' "C > .1: ..'."* -.;'" '.. ,. .' ":". : .': -:' e for'M. Day T g. Wfe FMi &te..* :.>; share good food, ,fun and fellow

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HOME, SEE HOWARD STUD5TBLL:: LUMBER COMPANYNO f.li\; .- b : jel: ;' WED j THU I FRI I SAT SUN'
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MONEY DOWN. FINANCING ADJUSTED ,TOE. : ._td '\< e : Peter Shea was honored on his
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'* afternoon by his parents,
,.(:: ,- :-. .', '. ',. ''"< ,;: i' "_'.:::.-.- "," -' Mrs Peter Shea at their home witha
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- G 'K\ "" r' :' and other interesting games were

.:. :. WE WILL. ''FURNISH. 'BATHROOM URs. ET ,t;. : :. HIWABDCTU8MLumber enjoyed. Nancy Wilsky won the

:. ** *. ..: -_.;;* "*' -* prize in the treasure hunt. ,
J HOT W ATER HEATER AND LIGHT FIXTURES t. ; birthday cake
1fJ.J.J ,Gr ,. : : f. '. The pretty white
decorated with the lettering
FOR SMALL EXTRA :M NTHLY: PAYMENT ,r l. .' was
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_, .;. / $': Happy Birthday and six candles.
. ,' :.$ '''' Roasted wieners, potato chips
.to. --, \ = Com an ...., ,
1 .' ,.:, ..r't. .-: .. .. ..::: ..l' -, 'J'" '. ,:" -- cold drinks and( cake*were-'served.
.' .. ,.. i children
-4- ., ji.O' Assisting in entertaining the >;
1.. : .. .- it \.1 "; 'l were Mrs 1 G" R Pidgeon and

.. .' -X .'J1IJIf' HU 3-6186.. Mrs Mary Ann Singletary.
.'"1:J.'. .. <.. J-'l'J.. 1 ., '$"' '. x ..,' .:... ):: ,..-,- ; { Peter received' many. attractive- -.--

gifts. .
Margaret Sullivan, Vernon Single- Madison are the parents of a baby fti.1

SOLON CARRIES ON FAMILY:: :'ROCE ..IN LAW HOSPITMNEWS. I tary, Mrs Marilyn Dunstan. ..: boy, born Sept 23rd. He weighed GARDEN. CLUB LUNCHEON- Tt1.J
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.- Dismissed: Jack Cash, Miss Nona 8 Ibs, 1 oz.Admissions. .- I .

AND POLITICS n : Admissions: Mrs Camille Springer Dice, Mrs Camille Springer,. Mrs : Phillips Eliga, Joe The Garden Club will meet next

Mrs Gertrude Dovjak, Carey Myrtle Lewis, Dorman Surles, Phil Johnson. Thursday Oct 5th in a general and

.i;, By CAREY CAMERON ? plained: 'fought former Gov. LeRoy Terry Sr, Phil Howard, A B,Welch Howard, Ellis Drew, Mrs Kate De- Dismissed: Eliza, Phillips, Roberta luncheon meeting at 10:30 a m in

J _Times-Union Staff Writer' Collins toa stalemate on the 'reapportionment Mrs: Thelma Blake, Mrs Kate John- vane. Mrs .Thelma Blake, baby boy :ivens Lillian Sanders. Presbyterian Fellowship Hall.

MADISON. Sept.. 17 Madison i"s' ? question that brought son, Mrs Mattie Newsome, Norman Dunstan. Azalea Circle is in charge of the
a relatively quiet'' and picturesquetown heavy debate during the 1959 legis- XX.Corn C
,where everyone knows, everyone lative session. Howard, Mrs Margarete. Tolar, .BABY DUNSTANMr \ $lJO in Jasper luncheon and the Camellia drcle

else and strangers are easily IIE'! % s. ><. .&'fj: :: '."tS Lem Crandell, Marcus Cherry, Mrs and Mrs M E Dunstan r. .!f_. of" will do the decorating. f f.ir
spotted and immediately welcomedin .
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_ the tradition of Southern hospi II : .' -

tality. n Y iPm'tJR TH EY'RE HERE J )f ,,
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Like many other such towns I! fy.'.'". J. .
cities, Madison has a number of .. \
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Smith, Milliner and. Kelly families. : -5. ... ,,- .:,
One of the more outstanding rA; lk 4 -' :

members of. Madison's old families .B'J'
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is W Turner pavia,' a..state senatorfor ik .. .
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nearly' 20 years.. Davis is the f" ; .
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Senate in terms of service. Only

Judge S D Clarke, Monticello, and : : j .

Charley Johns, Starke, have more. W ..
Davis will have 20 years service xg :
:when his ,term ends in 1963. K' i S

Davis represents one half of the .;; x. _

only father-son team to eyer serveas
Senate preSIdent.' He !was presi- .
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Charles E Davis, served as_ president W. TURNER DAVIS
In 1915, 40 years before his son. -.
But, the elder Davis lived to see During his 20 years in. office, .. "
his son hold that office. He has'Davis has served as chairmarr of :rj 'f. '.

been dead about four "years and he some of the 'most' important committees ii. !'h"

practiced law until about a year including the Finance and "-

before his death. He was 8?. when Taxation and Appropriation com -
.. .oi he died. mittees. He, was rules Committee : ._, fa- R -
Turner Davis, "at 60, continues to, Chairman for the last' threesessions >- : .
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to carry on the* family tradition, 19575961.. : 'T .. .. ::
both in law practice and in politics.His From ,a local standpoint. Davis has T :
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law practice ,is conducted in been most interested in obtaining a .. '
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the same office where his father junior college for Madison County k."jp+ ;' -. ...
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first hung his shingle 75 years 'ago. during the last few' sessions. North I t<> 'r- {' "

The Davis family.owns thgjbujlding .,7lortdaJunior, Qojlege was at onetime
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Ttttner Davis'TS '
tentatively scheduled or-an*

man who has' won voter: 'other county but Davis took partin T1 :: vsN' 9w w r'. -
support in Taylor County the other a fight that resulted in :Madison

county in his district, as well as County getting the college s: A.}. !
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in Madison County. also r5 :
Asa bonus, Madison County .f1r
Davis is proud .of his Senate *
obtained Suwannee River Junior "
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record but will not. boast about It. College for Negroes. There is no : .'' '
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Instead, he gives the impression that : ;. .'
law that both the white
requiring
be is sure his record speaks for it >
self., and Negro college in the area be iY; X"

"I am a conservative Southern established in the'sam county he ,; .
Democrat and a staunch member of commented. f J. : '. .... ... ,
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Chop gang ,
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said commenting on his political -' .',
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\ FOR CONSERVATION NEWS 'J ._._ .
By L C Bnmer Soil Conservation :j" "
Higher Than Ordinary Quality at Service only"starts with Ford's low price :
Lower Than Usual Prices
r October is a good month to sow : 'NEWFORD '} <-
r 1 SEE cover crops to tie down the topsoil Come In and meet the trucks that makel SaRr t_ll.,,s CammI.u. DIesIr PG'fti ai s Ford' "
,to winter and, ,spring :, saving money a full-time business ... new ... IIf 1ny tracton IUpeB pedormace GCW"I .
prevent .
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Ford Trucks m a.
or'at.na( selection of over 600 ,lIP 16. )
: soil erosion. Florida black rye or: new models' there's** truck that ,
Mcleod Furniture Co. can save o Rf* Kf d: far Fsri fcftdbss effen 27 kem-eW o
borrea sweet lupine have furnished money on your ob.whatever you-}ob I They coffee faton.l itttetabfy..ecoeocsyl .
keep saving mile after mile,load after,load
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good land cover and winter grazing C
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after tm JHJOyur
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Our
yearl 62 Fords
year new save on
for livestock. Research shows that ,. ,.. adI ls.ooo-.a. Be pt, 08 ad tim ow
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price.They save and oiL They
on save
gas .
COIM tionaI picbps.CarrIeS; la bids.l
is ,, of the most dependable "
rye one ;
on tires and
r on maintenance-wherever
Mrs A A Munroe o Clewiston, in
crops for early fan grazing. It is ...-"'to J there's a way to save.Come in today and let D. fDiIIIII.iMsfn..u.
renewing for the home paper, hardy and it will germinate with -..,-' ; TRrAVfS' us show you how.Check out th facts,workout I'icUps IItrIIb"IttA ,IItra sapecyI
writes: I'm looking forward to another less moisture than other small :. f., a deal and drive out in a truck' J53 6 E_ 1.Is"'Ir:Mint'''ooowsde i
I : f: if. that sa"* money..full time I G@ > ,.m,Jtt Us IIrI k (2M w ft.)1 .
of .
year happy reading. enjoy grains It will make fair growth on : :i; .

so very much news of my won- land that Is too this for :wheat or FORD TRUCKS

derful friends and Madison.: :You oats. _' \ .:-- IOR'62: SEE THEM NOW I COST LASS rt

.bad a wonderful. trip; enjoyed... ......"s,reading -. -" < Farmers- planafeg to crow .te$ :1i : ; SIM.....Sere frees eev a t
quality frd ,
winter grate **
it .may put : .
three to; _four .bifeAned';"potmdff:- of >

gain oa;year11ng,steeN per,acre;betweca ;
I : Several top t RIiti.re > itfe -early.November,pad fete May J : #.H"\Motor Company

t iers and mages'J8ei-jB17 a The:grewjfig 'snail fe*:,fua<tft .: ;
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winter feed for livestock, improves ,
few eHtfes, at a geM dtecewt.HOWERTON .
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son til*.,. and prevent;erosion, d'mring . .
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THE liFKISE-JlECORJJER, ADISOt'FIA3tIDA,1. FRIDAY-SF.PTE1-fiJER, 29th, 1LrA1FII1

i -NOTfCHC' TO CREDITGff* ,,' o! "'-.' -
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: -, THE COURT OF THE,COUNTY f.' '. SUPER FLOOR
I 4I :JUDGE, MADISON: COUNTY;/ 1rr101l1'ftV'
.FLORIDA IN PROBATE. '. AIn J \ IHEATOUTL5TS

rer :Estate of Harry. L Milfprd.Decreed. IIlWS1StEtA( Of
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in DOROTHY GRAY -,- iP 'i. :' KTO" : .
.,l ALL CREDITORS 'AND PERSONS $ a '
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TEENAGERS, JOIN THE 'SCRUB SET! ;
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -

] AGAINST SAID ESTATE: .
1. CLEAN! MEDICATED SWEET SOAP :
:j You and each of you are hereby
notified and required to a ? <
2. CLEAR! MEDICATED REFINING LOTION claims and demands present any vt
: which you, or ;
3. BANISH! MEDICATED BLEMISH CREAM either of you may have against theestate
of Harry X Milford de-

4. PROTECT! VELVETEEN NIGHT CREAM ;;; -- 3.y; -;-a -r ceased, late of said County, to the

.. County Judge. of Madison County, -.,... .. Tz ;
'f 6. SHAMPOO! VELVETEEN, MEDICATED $,H', fE00 Florida at his'offiCe In the courthouse -_: -.- 4:

,. of said County at Madison, ''
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6. GUARD! MEDICATED 445 FORMLATIN: : ...: ., Florida, within six calendar ;:; <'vx'''<''<"<-1

.".... ,: For home Study help sew- t. .. .: .'7"3' ,ff, >'f:'_ months from- the time of the first
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'{ '\ publication of this notice. Each

t;(' LOUISE BLAND, : x ,. <. : : 'j claim or demand shall be in writ -T $> ,

'<<;';,J'':, "*)' JEAN WILDER, 's J}i: .---r. '...w.jc ....... -= -' 1it. ing,. and shall .state the place of f
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In
;. SANDRA SULLIVAN/: .)-(' :.-i4""-f' <;. ? :'W... .." _4. "'.--.-,.J'J..-...,.?...;."-. -Z"__.-..J!: ". ..-....,\.>-...$....'...,.-_ residence and post office addressof -
!t- the claimant, and shall be. sworn

'I RACHEL REICHMAN. *t''J. : -.0.: .....'_..._:':.'. i' .. ,SAEF Walter I)/ Woodard has to l', by the claimant his agent, or : _

i, ;fit. ,. }o ij7;,.. ,completed: his basic. i training at attorney, and any such claim or _
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.J : ; jI' 5Ki USNTC, San Diego Calif, and hasbeen 'demaajj, nOt so filed shall be void. !

: on a fourteen day leave here REBEqCA JEAN: MILFORD. ..-: TT
Smith :Jj More; with his parents Mr and Mrs Kelly .Administratrix,. of the Estateof _
Harry L Milford deceased.
\ ,'jtug : Woodard. Walter is now_stationed at First publication 9-29, 1961 _

.; San Francisco where he is'i in 'the .. 4 -. 5-4t-pd
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MADISON, FLORIDAill : Naval Electronics Technician SChool:
GRADUATES
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/ .: Fort' Riley Kan. (AHTNCrArmy )- rI
new
The, bus station has been movedto : Sergeant First Class Aubrey the versatile

Semi-Annual fISh, of Carlton 1hhNIsEaniFarniflo55;" : the Ragans building: ; on, Base Chason, son of Danniel W Chason.

street from the Gulf ,station. Jim Route 1, Greenville, Fla graduated E1ELER ,
Williams is, .
Circuit: Supervisor- John W Vann agent: of Atlanta'entered >from The Non-Commissioned Officer -

1 Emory University hospital during Academy at Fort Riley,.-. Kan, .-'Tor. -- --- ..damr -- Mark III..IAS .
Sept 16.
the'week end to undergo surgery.
H Hugh Hancock, presiding minis- Rudy Hamrick, ,:, County AgentFarm. Mrs J, McC Tharin and daughter,
ter of the Madison, Florida Con Mrs Dan Vaden of Jacksonville Mrs James Dryden ot' West HEATING TEM4IU

\\l gregation of Jehovah's Witnesses Bureau 'Directors of Madison have returned home from a ten Hollywood, Fla drove up last

announced the semi-annual visit of ;County reached into the far Northwest days visit with Mrs W B Davis and Thuisday to visit her father MrJ

circuit' supervisor: Francis R Eld- corner of the County to pick Miss Florida Davis. W Pulliam, at Rt 2, Madison.
ridge during the week of October Mrs E J Harris has returned New heating comfort '
the most outstanding Farm Family Mrs, Dryden visited ,the E-R office
3rd to 8th. En[ 1961- CARLTON .arid EDITH from a visit in Wildwood with Mr check for homes, restaurants, offices, shops, anywhere!
Saturday to on her subscription -
"The 'congregation anticipates a ;HUDSON along .with children and Mrs C 0 Rabon and sons. Furnace comfort without costly Installation. Stand
week, of increased activity and ; and said she didn't want to ,it flush to wall or recess it.Pours heat out front and
WAYNE and ANNA JEAN, are
spiritual. benefit from Mr.Eldridge's 'Madison Countys' choice to receive EarnaBig4% miss ,a paper. can be piped to rooms at eidoor back.
visit, ;Mr,,Hancock stated. The visit ; to ._ : .
thehighest honorpresented a New selector .
Is described as part of an advanced : Your Mr-J.W Pulliam of,Rt Madison season
farm family of this County each On* Savings At': Operates on low fire on mild days high fire in cold
draining program for Jehovah's : ; *- left Sunday with his daughter, >
Witnesses. The activity scheduled 'year.All of. 'the- lIudsons* are nativesof i First Federal I.-? Mrs Dryden, for West ld'ollywood to leather. Perfect automatic heating 04 Its* trail

I Is Bible also designed to encourage more I Madison County & their ancestry 'f"- ,., visit his four grandsonsand. son- Hew trim styling .
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discussion by people of all the history in-law" and"daughter for4 several Awayal00ks built-in. Vent hides the flue.
faiths in the dates far back into early SAVINGS & LOANASS0CWTION cover .
The Saturday community.evening of the County. Carlton (better weeks.. Finished; !: in -tone cordovan and beige.n- -
program known as "Poole" tofolks around .
begins at 8 o'clock with"a Bible
in DixierTaylor Hotel Bldg.
here) born where
was right near : .
question period 'N ew Things he presently lives. The Hudsons'were PERRY, FLA. LawnMower Parts and < .
Learned whch conSists"of audience 'on
farming in this section before display now at
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participation. A 30-mimite 'discourse and keeps plenty of company onhe ;
the Civil War. Deeds to the Hudsonfarm -
by :Mr Eldrldge dealing withcounsel date back to '1859 and several : place since the, neighbors like Service, Western ,Auto Associate Store
for improving"one's personal minis- to fish, too. "'f
land certificates to other lands now ...\ :
try concludes the session. ,MadisqI County congratulates our McWiIJJAMS
part of the farm were signed by 'Farm GARAGE 3. J; SALE, JR., Owner J
Highlight of
the
week comes new Family of the Y r the f
Sunday_ at 3 p. m., ,when Mr Eld- President James Buchanan. Edith, ,.HUDSONS., 3CARLTON' 108 110 S. E.' PINCKNEY, MADISON, ELA.
of McHargue'and -
daughter V E '
ridge gives the public talk, "Where r
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the late Mrs McHargue, has a '
.. May neal Security Be Found?". A 'i

Watchtower congregation Bible study using The rooted similiar in long Madison time family County tree history., deep. ...;,. ,. .ERESH: ,...". ,j.-
as an aid and final
t re- _:
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her .
At least fffur generations' of "
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marks
by Mr Eldridge bring ; ;
theweek's
ancestors have tilled the soils of ,
I activity to a close. All meet- '
ings will be held at' Kingdom Hall this County' -- ; :
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118 North, ,Orange Street. Ali t' &
persons of good will toward God Wayne;,sixteen; year old son,)s. a : EO-OD' SPACE'0!

are welcome, and no collections Junior in the Greenville High School ,,
are
taken. and: Anna Jean, 12, is a 7th grader
(Adv't
) in the Greenville School: Wayne's

CALENDAR OF SMALL special interest is in farming and

CLAIMS COURT his best school subject. is ,History.His .

favorite hobby is hunting. -,
I Wayne is a member of the Greenville = -o
Sept 22
1961 ,
FFA Chapter and he intendsto
263 W C Copeland, Jr vs W -D enroll in North Florida Junior

Dunsford 11.65; Judgment by>De_ College at :Madison after High ,

1.- fault. School graduation. After College, he, I II I Ii

257 W C Copeland,. Jvs Lemon wants to.add. one gore generationof i .
.-' ..,. -Jackson, 30.49;''Trial set for' later t farmers* to the-family.. *****t-f- .** 11t-J' :." ; -

date. '.; ,; Anna Jean is ,a, ,member of the I ?
Greenville 4-H Club and her special
21 S D Medlin vs James -. Edwards I,. -- .Iwr- ti sYF
music.
interest is In
16.18; Dismissed. .. : *" All are active members of the

22 S D Medlin vs James McNair Concord Baptist Church Carlton is

6L52; Judgment by Default. Church Treasurer and Edith'teaches .,

23 S D Medlin vs James Roberson a Sunday School Class, They: ,are'..! : ,, .; .... ..".

14.67; Judgment by Default. members of Farm Bureau' and Carlton ; r; ia '1l j' j O..Ft. .

I 24 S D Medlin vs Edgar Morgan, served on the ,Board of Directors <;t' '-,_ FlESH FOOD STORAGE ; -
The family ,
for several years ,c
13.40; Trial set for later date. are PTA members and* Carlton..,ison :"; ._ SPACE_ FOR LARGE FAMILIES .

25 S D :Medlin vs T J Haines, the Advisory. Board"of the:Green- '1 ,

... 14.42; Trial set for later date. ville School .lDE L FOR OWNERS :r ,

26 S D Medlin vs Gus Wesley I FREEZERS! i
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:19.06; Judgment by Default.S I Located sixteen miles Northwestof ;..O!..., .... / .

D Medlin vs Andrew Carter I Madison, twelve miles}from Quit' ; } :,af Q' ..- 11 .. "_ ,
50.00; Judgment by Default. man. Ga., and bnly'two miles from .,. '-# .,

11: Howard Studstill vs Acie Cook, the Georgia J1ne, the farm, is Tinsi ;.:.";', ''Ie'' :." .c\...... A ......." '- 1 .. _
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hilly,led clay,section of the'"Q>unty.The' .: ; .. .p. 'I, .:"iroI r
'1 184.01; Continued to be paid month- farm has 495. acres, three ".... ; i

ly. hundred' in: cultivation, and pastures. : '

13 S D Medlin vs Lime Rober- There is a small beef herd of thiry- 't/ : .:" ;
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'+ 13.67 Dismissed paid in full. cattle awl : < :
son ; six Hereford
registered '
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14 S D Medlin vs Alex Reshard milk cowvEighteen -- < .W _
they also keep a. good :. .' '", .! ,
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20.17; Trial set for later date. brood sows are main- :
hundred :: .-Iij; 2 ft..' etl.city.l. f..lf-yHith _. '
15 S -D Medlin vs Ulysses Alex- tained and about two logS CY .
are marketed annually. ". .-- fiHzer hec-ref -Il 'fer t -
.ender 23.70; Trial ,set.fqrlater :
that diversification on :. i .
date. Believing" :. trays, sidehin>dl.door '
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_ the farm is still, essential evenin .
T Barfield > IatoDiE3. TA244
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79.61' ; Trial set for later date. this flock day twenty-five of specialization hundred, -a-laying white .;; F"-wHith-'1WIIer: ,t..., 'It wi 1.p.h ,
of
17 S D Medlin vs Fred Porter, leghorns are :on this fiw';?r.ftgs ...JJf ;( :- ,.I I! !." ."l "1!! tf .. '

22.72. ; Trial set for later date., are sold for local trade.,mostly;, ii* tJLj r I .. ?: "ft: .. $ 77 i '., .. .
S D Medlin vs Sbnnie ..Washington. --.i
18 Quitman and, Greenville.- *
': 13.15; Trial set for later Crops;that are: grown include 3.46 .r .-tT:' w.. ..1e t r.Wers .... 113... .,ONI.JY.WEEKtY". 5

date. acres of flue-cured iMfeacco, 5.7 --a; h.1 HC" )0 _' i ;,, '-.' -

19 S D Medlin vs Charlie Williams cFes;1!DI ..( ttan-;."..aMttr": Ares ..M.... U' AFTIR SM :[ :
26.47; Judgment. by ,Defau1 NMe; l> ttM.'te&1'L" ;; .-... Jc'iJIo1d hUt -dftM. &1 i,.. .f MI DOWH.PAYMENT.;. :, ','

Ii ket* %>Tied ,JW Mitt ice mia :'\, lr ll ii' 4r III NO DOWN, PAYMENT WITH'TRADE. .i
.. COUNTER TOPS poultry Sixty acres of winter cereal '_ '.. HIMA ...... 1

grains_ --oats,, and rye-are grown ,....,.: ; .
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for the layiag fleck. 1- ; 't.1-:4IItTjft-I\1[ .::".
.' ._'_. KITCHEN CABINETS Not among the teeet'ef the farm's .

assets is an eight acre fifib pool ; :: ; (
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_ close to the farm home. According :

; f to the Hudson the paid .providesa = .: MADISON. FLORIDA :t a aeal _Nf

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. -29th, 1961 a. THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER-- MADISON, FLORIDA et x i;- PAGE T TEEN V
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Method The Board of County Commissioners "
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will accept bids on October. 4, GEt..1ecl'ti 8e'w1ee ,

STEP ONE-Cover the bottomof 1961, at 9:00 a. m., on the following: YOU :

any sealable container with Re-roofing the Madison County : ,
Court House .40 EJollans- f _
silica "'inches. with pound
gel to a depth of 2 .
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Insert short.stemmed-1resh flowers. bee coated .tin. seamless Terne; roofing .' :. j"tO ?3 : .>5 /':'

Cover with silica gel: : one coat of aluminum paint, one ; : *4 ;
STEP TWO-Cover:container ,and layer 'ots.resin paper,"beneath) 'roofing ? = i -- ..." AT i 4: tflfefe '
> remove, the existing tiles from 1 : ::;: .- ..... "' '''- ,((1 '
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seal with tape. Ppt away fOl'oneweek : b:: l : : tr -"
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have dried, remove: from-silica gel reject any and all bids. 1t'iiiAN '- 4b" ...-
DALE M LESLIE, clerk \ $ :
carefully. Make stems, from florists
Board ,of County ,Commissioners *v *
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bloom. They Mr:and Mrs James''.Faulkner of .- 1 *
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will last this way for months ,and Tampa, have purchased jhe Mr and x FEDERAL : SAVINGS |
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flowers, to keep them' ,as fresh acreS.' .jThey have ,any son:. 6 years, : : f JI
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looking and colorful as when',first old. "t .* .5- < Ill South Monroe i +

picked and employs silica ,gel;. an The transaction bras handled ,byBob -.. ."." t.- .... '. .. II." ..; -;;I .......'.
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of contact with the chemical' mois-,I '--- --- '-' ---_. ---- -- -. ,----.---- ----- ... .,; --;; ,. ,

ture is almost completely ,removed fag can heln. make CIRCUIT* Wheeler, Joe- ;A -Phillips, C H .. .. HAMBURGERS APLENTYAT
from the flowers, leaving their appearance ; .you VENIRE-I Brannen, W. McCullough,. Ralph I
and preserving WHITE-TOP DRIVE-IN.
unchanged >WeD October, ,1961, ,at ...10:00.A.. ., M. BJount! ,. Delmor O'Quinn Tilden USED WASHERS
Y them for months. have
money as as Norris; Walker Lewis, I F Day, H ALSO REGULAR DINNERS

and Mrs Vance Harris and ,Edgar H Blair Quinton Dryden, L Leslie A C Ulm, L E Wimberly, GOOD SELECTION AND STEAKS.
) children Mr of Monticello were'gUests fiin in busbess. C C Grafton, Durward Sapp, John R D Garbett, Robt H Bellflower, Howerton Supply Company

of Mr andMrs Walter R Hale,. A T Aman, N C Colvin, F E Naughton, Frank Stokes- J D ',
Sunday -Ca1Hffl6361 David C Byrd, Henry ,Ragans, Scruggs Clarence Thigpen, Roger "

1 Gerald Norris, Pasco.' Rye, Anderson E Grimsley,, Bert I Thigpen, Sim Com $1.10'in Jasper ;'

Harris.WMAF SCHEDULE I I I : Day, Jessie H Sullivan, G A H Andrews, Emory Jackson, and S B Bass.


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i 7:30, TRAVELING'ST -RS This is the one for.the big-car man. Spacious, handsome; ,.powerfuUT Choice of "6J T'three brilliant V-8's for any power-economy com-

7:55 NEWS Compare it with other cars at its p rice. It stands out.like-a man binatipH'you'wisitAri4IypiLlIlike| .the extra savings }

8:00 GOSPEL HYMN TIME among the boys. Has those big i .extra values man.likes,. ' 'L .
8:30 SHOWERS OF: BLESSING- : ;.. ,:: kECWt WWTIHE SERVICE 8NLY ,TWICE: A YEAR.. >

'$:45<< WORLD NEWS .;% M THE EXTRAS THAT MWCE:THE WfFWttJCETake :, -- .', '4/.:af 6,000-to 30,000-mile intervals.:Chanping oil,for example, now $15r( STATE AND CWEATHER ': .
,. -* NEWS ,. J'I comfort It's ..6- >assenger car. without :q uaKiwadoii Has. only has be one-eyy 6,
$:;:55 MORNING SPQJmV' extra room, longer (120r) wheelbase than,other.CSHPS.ia"its;class.. '.. rust cool tJaSts'2*years or 30,000 mflesf! .d.a dozen other selfservieing -,

.'9:00 JIMMY STROuD !. A smoother, .- quieter rBth esult of%exclusive- C fek>n-Lmk gntures!!t )keepis6U'further. .Stogy wC Size up Mercury

9:15 MORMON CHOIR, S'i. nB'kre. erSeif sousdproofing. Fin"-.PE8IV" -:._ sMd *r for valat lrie price?'"Well within thepopular-price range'-
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10:32 FOR SUNDAY : "\. AT OUR0NIKMI1MMEIfepufy "" CARS GIVEN I AWAY. 12,680 PRIZES I WALL! _

t 10:47 PRELUDE TO WORSIW. ECt>l =your' deal afxi see Sow. you can_ c fZ rM'.e .fatiU1ou.IPflzes..N iw to October;<14:5: .- '*-v* "*- .

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.CO., BriJgs.Stratton and Me.CuIIoch !GACM TAMP! GR!TAMPS[[M

Sales and 'Service. : 11 AiV\ : -. FREE 50 -


Wants All To Take ; Ltrir l Gvarmten Ar/ur- mefcx GREEN STAMPS .


Part fa Fair -; I-.......i..,...,,.. -- '_ ,,,.t. oM, +enoa'; ;:. WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR
.. NEAREST 1 IlINN-DIXIE STORE r
T. TALLAHASSEE Florid Void After Limit One Coupon To Adult With
counties surrounding Tallahasseewere i EN Sept.30. A$5.00 or More Food Order
urged this week to join loca"
folks in displaying "anything you'vf : t L 1 7.- J4-.
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made or built that pleases you" a* -
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Mrs Roy McGahagin, Genera"Chairman ,_ O' .. 5 ..,.-- Gov't. Inspected or Flo. Grade "A' WholeFRYER 7J .'
-- of the Fair's huge Home ': -i T a" .
Division, said hobbies provide F .,.<., : : 'i:.- ;F-
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Interest" every year ,at the five-day Quantity Rights Reserved Y =, ;: 5- !8\ .

agricultural show just south ,of f:f Prices Good Thru September 30 .
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80,000 North Florida and South : :.- :
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Georgia citizens who poured into "
the big fair grounds last fall to set ,.''J.f; ": r ": -
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an alltime attendance mark, as > 1 "'69A-2a cT&
:Proof that "fairs are for families- ,, Lb.
'.not only to look at, but ta take, en+gi .
part" in." V 1 ;: '
Without a doubt the 1961 edition _, 'f. -shoulder- roast 39 I / ::- .
will offer. more in prizes, activities 'Lb, ..: LB. 56 o
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--exhibits entertainment and pride of

achievement,has done, she than said.There'll any. fair before! ':JoM: !i: -.,shoulder chops,,,, b.59: U

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be cooking-bating .home-
:making and art exhibits, hobby' clis- -
.'plays (enclosed 'and protected)#.,in !1::1: .;!' .:;; I loin i ,98
:permanent buildings away from chops 'Lb. Limit 3 with Food Order,
weather, moisture and other natural : a r

hazards.Mrs McCahagin said new emphasis : :. 'fib i chops : 19 SUHNYUND BoMliss SWIFT'S Premium_ .

will ,be given ,hobbies, including _, .:-_ Lb., 99 1 bivs.
quilting construction pro- : $
fessional and non-professional,- art. ::7 '- Ham LB 691 ,Ham 2 -
fancy baking, and cooking. ground I lamb Lb 49. CZBEN
Prizes in the baking and cooking ; ." ; .
departments.loom as real attractionsfor < '
homemakers( and men as well, ;;-;-;' Yellow SolidsOleomargarine S \
since.some of the Fair's top exhibi- fj,
tors here have been of the Masculine
: gender), she said.. .. t.
Among those awards will be the ': 29,: .
,.$50 bake prize, given along with a Pkgs.: ,
jeweled pin that last year inspired
all-out competition among the Fair SUMtS ,. s.;.
area's top bakers.Everything ,: Mortons Frozen Apple, Cherry, Peach, Coconut Custard ; "' 1 ;

I to livestock from competition flower arrangements will- k

attract entries and attention at the 22-oz.
: Fruit
_ '61 Fair Mrs McGahagin declared.On Pies 3 $1, c

Junior the award cooking of a front Suunbeam, she listeda Mix- G 1 Size ; .

master for the best baking entry, Taste 0' Sea Filet
and an electric fry pan for the best 1 Astor Frozen Orange or GrapeJuiced : ; V *,
of the senior baking competition. (Perch i 3 k': 1. wr
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Miss Dale Carpenter, whose, '", x
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marriage was an event of Sunday, \
was honoree at lovely dinner party .. /: + Large Snowball. f {' _
Thursday evening tat the Madison t" 4'Y '.- -- ') '/ >,
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Livingston Miss Griffin Blalock and I' Cauliflower I
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A natural color linen cloth "
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guests were seated for the three r. Red SweetS
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course menu. A brass bowl holding $ it.
yellow mums, flanked by brass can-
dle holders with yellow lighted : : \'

tapers,hostesses formed the presented table decorations.The the hono-. : Potatoes 4 Lbs.Pkg. 49gJ t

ree with gifts of china in her pet- '
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tern.Miss Jean Ragans of Perry was 1 : 'j ie Darling Seeded : ,

an out-of-town guest. :

!' SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT Hamburger Buns' 10
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Miss Emogene Bass entertained .. .
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Miss Dale Carpenter at her homeon .
Cherry Lake with a miscellaneous Delmonte PineappleGr'f i i
shower Tuesday evening,. Sept. 19. y .
The dining table was centered ,
with a punch bowl SnS was eca --.: .. ruit Drink 46-0.%. I

Individual rated with cakes coral, punch vine ,and nuts candles.and ";,.; .o "_ -c 'f; = ,, --

mints :were served. ,
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honoree received many beautifuland ; : :
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About twenty guests attended. WeVe Tissue Twin I 9' 7( \ ; )

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Mr and Mrs Carroll S Bla l ock ,. ;' ds No Sifting \o.,..r...,,ii/: ,
'and :Mr and Mrs Maury J Blalock
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wedding party Saturday evening Gold Medal : '39
the Hour

Blalock following The beautifully home.rehearsal lighted at patio the C and S .x O'SAGE FREESTONE ... _,_ Bo ; MPs N

garden was the setting for ,the af .;i. VAN CAMP PORK AND _
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Peaches19f 300.
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were by Mr W S Soule of the BEANS carts $1.00 -
Florida Power Corporation. ,
Tables covered with green cloths .;t .
held the punch bowls encircled .... .11... ........ '
with white flowers and garlands of 1' : ..... I.)
greenery. Sandwiches,'> cookies, ,_ _
shrimp dip, cake squares and
punch. and coffee were served. Heavy o er s
'- Pouring punch were :Mrs J 0Mrs
Blalock of Winter Haven and !
William Blalock of Ocala. 1 AB
During''the evening a toast to the
bride-elect and the bridegroom-_ IIII
elect was given by-Mr J O"Blalock, ; ? .. ,' .:iJ' :-. _' : IIIIi ;-
the bride-elect's uncle of Winter :: j' *. -:' 'to-' -.i.-' : '- l Jill '" III : ,,
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the wedding party, members ... I ..... .
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of the families aDd out-of >-
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town guests wedding. \ :::i.,ii Ig f', -

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER> 29th 1961CLASSIFIED THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA t ,,_' '0 .... PAGE PEE: (. ;.
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-- -- OUTDOOR COOKING' TIPS. .:-:': Mrs Leila Smith of Ray City CUT
CALL Court
t Comity was the weekend guest Jpf. her sister

Mrs T 5 Livingston and Mr livings.
ADS / J L Pate c McKinley Stewart, vagrancy, $25
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I Phone 2525 Greenville, Fla HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENT David Lewis Wright, reckless -x- <

From the: starting of fire until driving (willful and wanton), $-10 or Dr Emily King and mother, Mrs

f for. the serving of the food the outdoor ninety days. William King, of Tallahassee, were

.. SANDING; .7'' ._- '. chef is using know-how_ involving Ozell Crumety, worthless check, Sunday visitors of Miss Katherina
% VARNISHING .. equipment as well as food. Some $15 fine and make full restitutionof Sutton. .."
of the keys to successful outdoor check in amount of fL31t or .
W. B. Dam FOR RENT: Seven room house % WAXING grilling follow. thirty days. -
it.
with 3 bedrooms. Conveniently Old or New Floors -Care is needed when lightingthe Corn in
$1.10 Jasper j jMadtsoa
SEAL ,ESTATE BROKERAGE located, completely repainted. Apply charcoal. Liquid starter speeds :DriIk $( PEPPER
: .
Pep's Cafe HU 3-2522,
ACREAGE FARMS phone FURNITURE made like new. For the job but never substitute gas or

BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL :Madison. 2-lt-pt! best quality reupholstering, see kerosene for lighter fluid Gas Is t '

HBTATES RESIDENTIAL WANTED Southland Furniture Co.. Valdosta. explosive and kerosene will ruin'
: Boy with bicycle for
f APPRAISALS Valdosta Times newspaper route Ga. MRS. C. M. PLANT, MadisonRepresentative. the taste of meat. Gas Co. Madison Gas ,_

..'?. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE in .Madison Write 'LEON SPEN- ,60-tf-ch When foods stick, the grill Is

.... TITLE .INSURANCE CER, Valdosta Times, Valdosta, probably not well greased.. Liquid

\ .' 112 West Base Street ,,Georgia. 3-3t J.D.SCTIggS shortenings may be brushed or

,, MADISON. FLORIDA HELP WANTED: AT ONCE. Person sprayed on the grill to keep food t
\.r. Pboaa HU 3-6877 with car for Rawleigh busIness FORESTER from sticking. 5C

.. 'Farms F 'Sale hi Madison Co. Buy on time. REGISTERED SURVEYOR -Good flavor results from keeping cSJ
,. r Ph; HU36iaSMADISON. "
See W H Cone, Rt 3, Box 135' FLA the juice in meats while they .t'f 9. J -- t
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grill. Turn meat only when f '
neces-
The Graham Wheeler house. $323 Greenville or write immediately :
down. to Rawleigiv Dept FAI-140-301( ( BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: For sary. It's best to leave salt'off:until 30 GALLON KEE .

One tract of 520 acres:, with 90 Memphis, Tenn. sale. Coin-operated laundry. with the last minute since it draws .1 .
acres in good pasture. Only $55 per Sept Oct 6, 20, pd 16 Westinghouse washers and 6 juices to the surface. Use a pair of Gas Water Heater r
acre. Come and get it. "dryers located at Setzer's Shopping tongs for turning steaks and .chops.
Two tree farms 140 acres and 80 ,- I1tMe ,f Center all equipment in;very -To keep juice in meat patties Class Lined 10-yr Warrau y$5&95 '.
acres. Sapling soup will be good in : ; good condition =; excellent re* avoid flattening them while they're IE -
retirement turn on Investment reasonable 'P
your years. -
When make them.
V mile Suwannee river frontage. terms .- write REG, P 0 Box 754 grilling. you ,: :
Sealed bids will be received by .. --
them together. firmly so that ..... ... ",;
land and timber. press '. t.iII.. .
Good house good the Qty of Madison up to 12 o'clod .or phone- 223-0876 Tallahassee.48tfch r. 't:,- ..:. ,
they won't break while cooking.TO I a.'"
Total 172 acres. noon October 13, 1961, for furnishing .' .. ....v..w. ., \::', :
1300 acres with timber house, see if meat Is cooked to de- ** .
a tractor with a trencher. Spec! FOR :. 'S : -
wells, irrigation and 17 acres of sired doneness, make a small slit ar l' HABDWICK --
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cations can be obtained at City Hall. PEST CONTROL SERVICE ;\1 .. ".- .
to' You don't find them often. and'check colorin '
aeco. with a knife the
CITY OF MADISON FLORIDA.
$43 acres, good dirt/ tobacco and '5-2t-c CALL the center.In -. 4"" ""Gas": Range $14950 1=

timber. BuRKEEXTERMINATING case the fire does flare up ..,
1426 acres, pasture. lake good -Let us spread your Dolomite-Hi CO. aDd become ..uncontrollable 'have 'a .> Completely installed, with twQ
dirt, tobacco, good corn base. Cal-Ume and Phosphate, Prices reasonable. ." f
: PHONE. 23W. PERRY\ .FLA.. box of household soda or a ',clothes =' \ ,: :100-lb(( gas' cylinders \
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'with cleared. : FOR SERVICE, '
950 acres, 850 acres BETTER: ... 3 .
Irrigation, and 8% acres tobacco. CALt SUWANNEE .- SPREADER 5; sprinkler with water handy to- throw $1999.* down. $.7.05. .mo.
Lots of houses and lots. SERVICE: Phone collect to Forest Registered Surveyor on itT This will smother the flames.If 3 -

Ready to serve you. 2-2560 Live :Oak Florida Day or Phone HU 3-2372 the "Cook Out" spirit is '-' -
Night. 2-4t-ct dampened by raindrops, many Madison Gas Co. .
FLORIDA
I MADISON.
1\Broadus Wiiloughby people are tempted to move the tG: n
To clean carpets better well loan a broiler into some enclosed area CA C) HU 3-2226 Madison, Fla 0
JOHN W. WADS WORTH
.1 REALTOR Blue Lustre Carpet Shampooer such as a garage. This can be dan- ;.a Charles Wells
Phone HU 3-6481. Madison FREE with purchase of Blue Lus- because fire burns oxygen
tre shampoo. Mac's, Furniture '& The Julian Gibsons will be 'moving gerous be :i3 Mrs. Dorothy elders -' R. H. "Bob" Dye
and the cook might overcome
Appliances. in a few, days to their prettynew
if
monoxide fumes
with. carbon '
HOT MIXED ASPHALT PAVINGWe home in Livingston Spring there is lack of ventilation. MADISON GAS CO. Madison S. CO.

pave drives. parking areas, Acres.

streets, etc. Top quality. Fair .
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List your' farm and city property prices. ',WAINER. BROS.,. Inc., Ph :-.,'-' ;..'-:\:.,,' .. -. ..,...: :. ,'; -i-::........_.. ... C,
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with us for nationwide advertising. CH 2-4011. 110 S. ,Fry St Valdosta 7' :- -' .. .
%o charge for listing. Ga 45-tf-ci : '- -


Bob & Beanie SearcyRT. FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm ',-,.";.-- ,"" 1m......:.. ...1'>,."" '' LOOKATPMMOUTH: ; ,. ., :--.,I .-< :.,<,

2, BOX 130-A( Timber Ranch Loans >':' ': : '

PHONE MADISON HU FUL 3-6487 THE Long THE MADISON Terms REPRESENTATIVE- COURT Low InterestSEE HOUSE AT ,J" ,;;1 iJ, -,> > :> > ,;


JIVERY TUESDAY MORNING. J .. .
FOR SALE: One 1958 two-door
Belair trade : 'r.Li ;, : >\ 'f.
Chevrolet sedan; or LIVE STOCK AUCTION : ,
for one-half O hree-quarter ton Sell your cattle and hogs in our : ; ; : }' -. '
value.CHERRY'S ',
pick-up truck same ,
auction each Monday. Sales start at 5 .27OJJf'w '
FEED STORE, Lee, 1:00. MONTICELLO ,STOCK ,,",.--j;,$;
3-3t-ch .. ..
Fla. : ;
YARD, Ino, Monticello, Fla. "
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BEFORE SELLING your timberor Registered Angus bulls for sale -"- S ;
T''
at all times. c ; .
timber land, please see me. We S
are also interested in ,buying a ;
limited amount of' jpine-hardwood EXPERT REPAIR :_ \ .
pulpwood delivered by truck to e -' -

Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. ; ;
See write or call' '. SMALL ENGINES:. .:

L. P. GIBSON -. ., '
Rt. 3, Madison, Florida 9 ,. -
Phone: Cherry Lake.8363FOR SALES & SERVICE ''- -'

SALE: Plentyof live fish -r -

bait, shiners, ,minnows pond worms, Howerton Co. .
SupplyMADISON .. / <
blue wigglers: crickets sand maggots __ ;
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tackle, and, a good brand of FLA. tr
guaranteed fishing poles plus a .,. :,
--
'!'
line ; ot Bogie baits.Rowell's '\
complete ,.
Curb Service for those
Tackle Centeris
Bait and .
famous HOT DOGS and HAM .
to
now air-conditioned assure S '3
: _
you of more lively live bait: Also BURGERS at WHITE TOP _
we give 24-hr service to anyone, '
DRIVE-IN, 3-11 P. :M. .5.
seven days a week.. We have THE -
THING! TT'
ROWELL'S BAIT & TACKLE
CENTER across from SAL Depot, GIRARDIN JEWELERSFOR

Madison. 41-tf-ch
THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE .
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FOR SALE: One Super-A Farmall SILVER. CHINA CRYSTAL .i ,
tractor,' with all equipment in DIAMONDS, JEWELRY -

good shape, reasonable price. EXPERT 'REPAIRING,_; 4.:, ,

RUFUS Florida. CULBRETH Jennings 3-2t-pd, NATIONAL$j."I4k-->:< .Completely new for '62! 'New Forward Flair design" :: t t

WILL TRADE purebred Angus bull II BRIDAL > ._
for corn!, or will selL R: C DICKINSON -
HU 3-2517. 3tf-ch SERVICEv s'a. ] beauty inside! New: quality New durability! : ::

: .
A good selection of
Two-bed-
FOR RENT OR SALE: ...
room house and lot south side of Sterling& plated Holloware" : i r ,_ .' : j. .
Cherry Lake. Also three-bedroom by finest manufacturers 't., ._ .:, >Look at the exciting '62 Plymouth I Completely! new f When you put your foot.down. in this great new. : of ;

"house for rent on northeast side Many, gifts, to choose from :v. k i i tt .' k. ,in the way it looks, drives and saves, this full-size Plymouth, you surge cruising speed about 10%! I : \

of lake. Water and fishing Pinetta.rights 803 No. PattersonYALDOSTAGA. I Plymouth now brings you the,beautiful difference in faster than last years. quick Plymouth got you there.\ ;

free.Fla. J 0 McDONALD 5-3t-ch the low-price -field. Whatever make you're driving, Then you merely point Plymouth the way you want

0 :you owe'it to yourself to look at Plymouth now! to go. Plymouth stays on course, because of its'
S.4 I 'FoR RENT: Two bedroom house. \ : center-of-balance. And
improved Plymouth brings
you ,
STUDSTILL HU
HOWARD
Call Forward Flair
3-6106 office, or home HU 3-6630.j t -'. :_ Plymouths design IS an entirelynew what is probably the best gas mileage of any full ".
49-tf-ch ::. design concept in Plymouths field. Slender new Plus lubes
1 ) size car. 32,000-mile on major chassis
Georgia dimensions all around. A gleaming new grille. A '
''t RENT One 3 bedroom unfurnished ', ". points. There s never been a ,car like this one on t
FOR : hood. A rakish
tailored roof line. And
tapered new
PLATE GLASS block or anywhere else. Look at the completely
house. Modern: conven- .v ..' ; richest your
unveils the interiors it has
Plymouth used
iences, good nelghh\>rhcx; >d. Gordon : yet new 1962 Plymouth now! See your dealer today!.] -
Williams Store, ,phone HU C'IIY g ..to dress a car. The handsome fabrics display unmistakable \ r
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3-6244 Madison. 2-lt eft GLASS good taste. There's new quality everywhere. The Beautiful Difference in the price. Field _
'Careful; workmanship is obvious in the .interior fab .
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FOR RENT: two furnished upstairs- apartments GLASS_ '. uiIt-ILQCK.r -s. '' 'U--,.. (. ,fr TICS. inthechoice-;;- .. : :appoiatseals, in the.-way ev cry- :'.: / .. 1f17./1A ''lIllJ .
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: ; one 2-bedroom downstairs.. .. .' f. .r;thing.works and'keeps. rig&t :Ofi,"orkin ., :, '
and one 1-bedroom '' ." ** ** t' i ...
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..t t Quality-engineered by Chrysler Corporatiofei
ADULTS ONLY. MRS E FiDJCK. :; .1 4 ti t L. \!.., : ,*. : '
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INSON, HU 32396. H.#-cb T. M.;,lIOmt ti4 *:: W.' _I'al T :m. s. 2ti > A ifRAGANS st7m "

FOR RENT: Downstairs Pied '- .f'so e ,1t,
: iieotl MOTOR COMPANY
-.I apartment. Private batiyfafeower t CONSULTING FORESTER_ } j.OJ ,
TIMBER 'MARKETING.
'WALK- .. -
: and entrants MRS M L .
EK. 115 Dade cor. HorrY 1Sts., S.. Duval Street .. EAST' 1AJE 'STMCT' MADISON, PLO& A -
'\ Ffae&e HU 3-6243 Madfeoa.. Ult-ch! : Ph. HU 3-eGSl, Mimes :.;.j. .

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r THE WEST MADISON MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST LEE METHODIST CIRCUIT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH J > The Tallahassee milk marketingarea

METHODIST CHARGE CHURCH Lee and Hickory Grove Churches -4 Race returned last week to control
Wi For Boys'Ranch :
REV. C. B. DAVIS Pastor REV.: L." E. DENSLOWr -Pastor. under theFlorida Milk Commissionafter
,. .
"', Pastor Rev; Jack Lamb AT LEE
CHERRY LAKE CHURCH Pinetta.Florida 1 from under it
for
being out
Chairman Deacons Mr SIt Sapp :Morning Worship .
: FIRST AND THIRD PAUL, A. TRAVIS Pastor Benefit
SUNDAYS
t than two Madison
years.
Draining Union Director 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. more
.:". Sunday School _......_... '10:00 A..M.: Sidney; MoonS. 2nd and 4th. Sundays 9:00 a. m. Sunday Bible School" 10:00 a. m.! "'.: county is included In ';the Tallahassee .
:Worship Service ._..._ S. S. Supt. Mr.G.. C. Buchanan! '
.I" 7:30 P. M. S. Supt w -,, ,. Mrs S R Sapp Evening Service MorningWorship 11:00 '-area.
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Union Associate 1st and a. m. -
., % Training 3rd Sundays 8:00 p. In.
drivers at
: Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. Director _:_W__...._... Leroy Cruce Sunday School Training Union 7:00 p. m. Fifty top will compete
Director ?L. T. .:rH Worship Service :.__:..11:00 A. M. Song Leader Miss Merle Bass Every Sunday __ 10:00 a. 'ja Evening Service 8:00 p. m night Sept. 30, in a thrill-

.J!". Family Night. Friday before First Pianist Mrs Juanita Cruce. Youth Fellowship Hour of Power Wed. 8:00 p. m. packed ,stock car race to benefit i.. -

L. -:. Sunday each month at 7:30 P. !..L'i Sunday Morning School'Worship 11:00 10:00 a.a. m.m. BOBBY Every WILLIAMS Sunday 7:00 p. m. Choir Practice,, Wed. !JOOP.nL the Georgia Sheriffs Boys' Ranch. .1.I. Restricted to

Thomas, Surles. Church School Supt. Training Union ... GiSO.p. 'm. Church School Superintendent R.As meet Saturday 3:00 p. m. Entrants from Georgia Florida
r -ROCKY: :SPRINGS ,CHURCH EveniiJg Worship 7:30 p. m. .'AT HICKORY GROVE Everyone is welcome and South Carolina will vie for
: FIRST AND THIRD The only thing missing in our $1. >00 prize money-largest
SUNDAYS Mid Week Prayer 7:30 p: m. Wed. Morning Worship purse
: School ,.. ._._. am FIt rch is (USe1'Vices ). ever offered at the track near
'__ Sunday *10:00 A. M. Just as I without one plea. Jesus I 2nd and 4th., Sundays 11:30 a..m. "" '
._ .
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.. 8:00 P. M. 4
Valdosta-in a 50-lap feature event.
;. I
." =Worship Service ---; lOo'A.. M. 'says come, and worship regardlessof Evening Service
"" SECOND & FOURTH_ SUNDAYS the goodness of your clothes:II 2nd and 4th Sundays 0 8:00. p. m The' race sponsored by the Georgia
be with : ,inThe .Lord's : FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sheriffs Association in cooperation
-".. -"Worship Service :.8A.: = ,M. :.Come. : us Sunday School
:;> "" Sunday School 10:30 A. :M.tFamilY I House. __ t i ir :Every Sunday ___ 10:30 a. m GREENVILLE FLA._ with Thunderbowl officials Is expected
Youth Fellowship. Sunday School 10OQA.: M< to attract. a record crowd.
;- Night, Friday: after Second I SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST I' Morning Worship 11:00< A. :M Race time will be 8 p. m. .
Every ,Sunday _-.:-. 7:00 pi mMidWeek ; ,:
Sunday, each month at-7:00 P; M; CHURCH"Services Baptist Course P. M.
f i .! Prayer Service, Training 6:45 The car to. beat will be 90X
P., K. Rowell Church School Supt, every Saturday at Madison Every Wednesday 8:30 p. 'm. Evening Worship 7:30 ,P. M.: driven by Sam McQuaigg of Columbus
t Claude yuvalv Charge toy/Lea'der' : American L gionHaIL': 1 1t JULIAN ANDREWS .- Prayer Meeting .-Wed, 7:30 P. M. Georgia, who has placed firstin
*> 'j t-'Sabbath School begins.2 p. m: '
SHILOH CHURCJT,: *% V :. .. Church School Superintendent seven of the. 15 feature races
Church Service at 3 ,m. .
j t :-":.. FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS,''1 I' ': p. 750-14 '.Goodyear AilWeatherNylon this season. Eddie :McDonald
1 ---;Worship Service _: vf30r. :>:M2{1'1'- R C. ,WILLIS S. S. .Supt. i 'WELCOME TO also of Columbus a three-time feature .r
HAROLD YATES. Pastor Telephone NEW HOME: BAPTIST CHURCH Tire V
race winner will be in the
fCSunday School 10: 0 A. M..:I HU 3-6517. "
CameWorship With Us fray with his car number 28. Har-
.
SUNDAYS
:. SECOND & FOURTH : ,Everyone Welcome ,Sunday School, 10:00 .A. M. vey "and Hulon Jones with cars 6
{ Sunday School 10:00 A. U., Morning _Worship 11:00 A. M As Low As,$1488 and .61 will be contenders,, along c
Worship Service 7:30 P. M. MADISON CHURCH OF:CHRIST '.Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. .M. with Jay .Pannell of Albany and .
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;; f Family Night Friday Tarier 'yfrsf:, 701 South Range Evening Worship _._r. 7:30.p. M. Plus -Tax and Exchange other "nanie*' drivers.- '

Bunday; each month at 7:30 .P. M.I .. Sunday Bible, Study '10:00 A. M;' Mid-week''Prayer Service *:30 P, M. MesserBattery Word has it.,been- <; received that a Photos of politicians (for the

Herbert Brooks Church School' Lord's Supper and ,'- '. Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30. P, M. : team of racers>'from Sumter S C '62 heats) and occasional
r Edification ;4! Supt. : j will bring their fast cars for the SPOrt.. >
: pas
t- & Tire Co. '" 0
B. Director.
Sunday Evening Service 7:00 P. M. Marvin. Bass T. U. '
4 Blair Church ; event.
Wiley. Lay Lea or,, .. E-R PHOTO SERVICE
Wednesday Evening REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS. Pastor :
o. ..\.' . -' -

',4 1 Sunday:MADISON School CHURCH_ 10:00 OF GOD.A. K. .__ 0 ." '_. ... ... :

Youth Service Wednesday 8:00p.m. I>: L' -
.9venIng Worship 7:30 p. m. TOD "".q" :;: .
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.Morning Worship >.-uu )UjOO a. m. '

g REV R $"LONG..!'?utl)!,: j : : : :; .u. 1


:t.J E.{.-..118<, N.JEHOVAH'S Orange MEETINGS St.WITNESSES Phone:. .HU .3-6355. -0 AiVewWditof: ; : '. Worth; from: :: ':':.fr;hevrf kt/drW!


i' Bible Study: Wednesday '7:30?P.'M. '', :..i. -_*;:- '!.T"1\ ... I, r ,. : :
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.: :i
.. _.: 'Service Meeting: Friday 7:30P., M. .
', 'I', (.Ministry School: Friday 830P.; M. 'II' h J' .. .
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". *Watchtower Bible Study:4'j -.' ."."r."':' --' ;r .\;.\ : .",'}; .. ,L.
'.. %**. .Sunday '7:30 P.*rL ." .tl < ...
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,..}.- Kingdom.. Seekers No Welcome Collection: Taken. ;";" :';:':' :
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CHERRY' LAKE BAPTIST :: :: ...- -------: _., '
i |I. CHURCH f -, .. ., ; .
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1' : Preaching 'ServiceS every Sunday .' ; ... ., :. )
,.' Morning Service 11:00 A. M.. ::: JI11J -' .' .1

'Evening' Service '7:30'P.. M. ___ h<._ :;,"; """: r .... ..... 1". ; ""
_', Sunday SdiOol'every'Suntiay at t
10:00 A. M.

BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M.

Prayer Meeting every Wednesday _
.. :: at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood. __ __

first Thursday ever)
month at 7:20 P. M.
Everybody Welcome.
V J. R. COLLINS Pastor

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PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
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Preaching every Sunday

Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
:: Morning Worship: __ 11:00 A. M.

Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. At
'" Evening Services ....L.. 7:30 P. M. '
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Prayer Meeting Wednesday :.;' '}i.--- A.' '. .,. '1:, .'_'6t Impala Sport,Coupa-soith ao4f line that looks like a eonv.rtt5s" _
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Evening -- -- 7:00 P. M -
W B SEALS, ,S S Superintendent >' "

'. :J ARTHUR CRUCE.Training Union

:. Director.ERNEST- GURR, Minister 62 CilEVROiiET i! Rich new'styling l 'with Jet-smooth. ride !


WELCOME TO
.. ,MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Here8 everything a ear fancier could lDa d. Fresh-minted style .It's like owning an expensive car without the put all 'the way up to 409 hp. Hard-working
..V .. Check it' from ita clean-thrusting helpers the steel front fender underskirts
Sunday School ..-;._ 10.-00 A. M. expense. over prow dike new
Morning Worship __ J'':,0 A. M, that comes to a climax in the sportiest sport coupe yoifve seen to its rakish rear deck.. Look inside the deep-well: that guard against corrosion) give this '62 its built-

... Training t nlon- _, J:30 P. M. trunk. Then-head for the open highway. That forbeauty.. Even the heater and defroster
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. ,yet.? A road-gentling Jet-smooth ride. A new choice of V8skedaddle. su tra'-0 n-satin feeling you get is Chevrolet's famous come as standard equipment this year. This is the

Prayer Meeting .... '7:30 P. M. Rich Body by Fisher interiors. Beauty that's Jet- mooth ride at work with a pliant Full .Coilspringcushioning kind of car that.will make a you- feel- luxurious all_over,
age-
Church Business First ,
"Meeting -- -- J F at each wheel. The standard six and your\ Chevrolet dealer

Wednesday Brotherhood night and of W.M.U.eacti'month Second- dally built 0 to. stay beautiful.: Here in- '62 is more than ever to 'and:V8 are triggered to do special things on regular will ,be only too happy to

Thursday night of each month. '. gas, and for Teal hair-trigger reflexes you have a show you how easy it is to ...

Preaching services every Sunday. please. ,you from the make that pleases most people. choice of four optional-at-extra-cost V8's with out have one- of your owe .

Come Worship With Us. -
rtEV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH :- ..
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. ..t ,
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M
Evening Worship _. 7:30 P. M.Midweek .
Prayer Service 7:30 P. M.
,
Youth Service 3 P. !Wednesday..

V.. L. SINGLETARY S. S. Supt A.r .
J. L. WYNN. B. T. U. Director: .
: REV. W G DeSHAZO. Pastor

.
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH '-'.
REV. I. T. CARTER. Pastor. -- Chevy II 300 t-Door Sedan ,- .
Services every Sunday .Ccwmi,. onza'Club Coupe .' i' > >

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. ,.
Morning WorShip ___ 11:00 A. M. Hffi'62.CORWRMOimMeet .ThisdasdY'a} got stuff_ that drivers HERBS THE NEW CHEVY IIThis plucky new Chevy II comes about as
Training Union __ 7:00 'P. M. dote on. .Backstage you have a standard .close as a car can to perpetual motion.
.." Evening Worship ..:- '8:00 P. M. aluminum air-cooled engine that turns up Here's modern basic transportation All nine models (station wagons, a

Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M the car. that puts sport.in the ,80 hp. .(or if you;like-more razzamatazz, In a totally new line of cars with hardtop, even a convertible will soon be

L. D. '8. SERVICE -.3 one that uncorks 102 hpF). Sure enough, .available in the lineup) are desigBed .to
CHURCH OF'JESUS CHRIST OF river a, seat! Bigger new brakes there's independent suspension on f all four all the solid, time-tested Chevrolet- save you money and service. Ma jor'froot-

LATTER DAY SAINTS and Corvaifs renowned rear-engine wheels to keep the ride.as'amiable as ever. virtues-plus some surprises you've end sections, including fenders bolt on{or

Sunday School -_ 10:00 a. m. traction offer just' about the surest Inside you'll find 'a heater and defroster, never seen on any car before._A full 'easy replacement in case of damage. The

:--- Sacrament' Meeting: 11:00 a. m. cigarette lighter, dual sunshades, front size' models. heater and defroster: are yours as standard
,, Relief Society"and Priesthood time footed going on \\he road. A new door armrests and automatic, choke as_ line of saucy new- equipment. Tougji-but ever so-geatf-.

':.: :and place as 'announced at Sacra. Monza Station Wagon makes its standard equipment on most models. .. Thrifty Choice of a frugal' 4or .&ono-Plate rear springs eliminate the-

,', went Meeting.' There are lots of reasons for liking what's spunky 6-cylinder ,engine (in most- friction of old-fashioned multi-leaf springs,
: .ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN debut. And all models sport freshly B And, maneuverable and sensibly-peed
< tried the
", new-and and true-in 62 Cor-. models Roomy? Sedans seat six :
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LEGION HALL .
as this Chevy II is, it gives you thejdkd
Weir-dYom dealer's to tick'emoff
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': :: --N '1't I'Ce. :; :. > OAK HILL NEWS 1 BAKE YoLJR.

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._. f> ;: ; : : ; :. ,: ._., Those attending-chary Grove I '
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Effective- October 1 '1961 instead of the s\ialThw Homecoming Sunday from here A'
dayhalfholiday Mr and :Mrs Howard Cbody; iWAY
"f !-'< _>',-, ,' ,_ ;' ::- were I
., Mrs Lura Coody and ,Mr :and Mrs R _
we;.SI&U b gin ckfiiB all day each Thursday
ii Crafton, and .son, Harry: 'Others

=of ..every'week. --Regular, banking his. will'be.maintainEd. attending: from away of interest to TOWARD _
: -* ,' this area_ were Mr, and ,Mrs crawford
'bbl other, JUsines asdlys.* .-.' /. 'Corbett. of Kinderlou' Mr'Will:
Terry of ThomasVille, Mr Oscar
:' ;- Terry of Quitman. JMr Olin :Gram- YOUR
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'; .> ling-and family, Mrs ,Bessie Gibson ,
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:. .. : ,- Rev and, Mrs Gerald, Williams and
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Mr and ;Mrs Fred Glass' Jr,,' Mr and

FARMERS MUTUAL MEETSThe :CANDLE ,.LIGHTERS-:-'GIVEN Mrs JakeJarvis- and children, !Mn ___
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Irene 'Simmons and .children of
IN 'MEMORY OF MR BURNETTTwo :WIf scholarship
i $1,500 college
I Perry, Mr ,and Mrs 'Charlie pukes a
of Palatka,. Mrs Ada Owens, Mr -and other pr'izes-

farmers of this nation,. the and. Mrs Tom Corbett of Tallahas just for the baking in the
most efficient producing group of handsome solid brass candle-: seep and many others from Madison

farmers in the 'world, hold the key lighters were received at the' Sunday County. :There is nothing 'quite like "BIG ..BIG$22,000

to survival for the world. morning service at the Methodist homecoming: where you get spiritual ,

Those the thoughts D W church as a memorial to the late I nourishment renew bid friendships. .

Brooks, General were Manager Clayton Mr D F BumetV a faithful member: make,. new ones and enjoy the delights 39 : _
of dnner on' the grounds ,
Producers of the church for many years. c _
Association
Atlanta Ga, Then 'afterwards the period of visit.ing
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left some 400,farmers who.attended. In his. sermon .of dedication the ; exhang'ng: information and the

the annual meeting of the Farmers Rev Paul :Touchton spoke on the fellowship of friends. Some interesting -

Mutual Exchange, Madison, Fla, topic of Christ, The Light of the glimpses can 'be found; in comments TEEN-AGE

September 26. World and pointed out that God's heard.. One man prominent fa BAKING CONTEST .

Speaking at the Agriculture Center light shining through Mr Burnett educational circles in the bounty remarked -
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had brought 'a blessing to others "r began my teaching experience 19 who's'
the CPA General :Manager, Any teen-13 to -

who has- just returned from a selling and these lighters presented by 'there are at 'Oak those Hill two near women here. Then who ever dreamed of entering .

trip around the world,; predictedthat friends would light the church' in a. wherever they. meet always spoof college now has the chance,

because of starving conditions ,material way :each other about those fantastic in a contest-thafs fun, that's -

.In. China,. we could see a complete After .dedication of the gift to'the creations; -:they-wear: called .hats.. that's rewarding.
collapse of Communist China.. Mr memory of Mr Burnett, Mr J C There are the- flowers for' the altar easy

Brooks stated that refugees from Burnetfe chairman of the Board of given, by the family of. one 'Who 117 PRIZES IN ALL : '': -:
Communist China reported that before Trustees, accepted the lighters on passed on. recently,, Mr Charlie t.;;M..lets
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part, of China .has been hungry behalf of the church.. ; Dukes who 'was visiting teache' for Come:in for details today. :f. ,... 1Io .
adults, spoke of flavoring food with
an4 some people have starved but
welcome. The food both spiritual
now the WHOLE nation of China J and physical 'was,well flavored with W., C. COPELAND
is Corn $1.10 ,
starvingrWhen -" m Jasper welcome :at Hickory Grove 'Sunday

the Chinese people trying sept. 24. HU 3-2218, MADISON FLA.

to exist .hi communes ,and on only Rev.:jGerald.;Williams of Tallahassee -

600. calories.. pea day,, it's. highly Mrs Marcus Morrison, has been ;, former pastor; brought the Try WHITE-TOP DRIVE- STUDY-COURSE
possible,.that we will see.a complete message. \
',eollapse of this country It will dismissed from Pmeview: hospital. Mr and Mrs J I* ;Davis: left Mon IN'S :REGULAR :MEALS, -
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"Chut hes for New Times" will
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be oc&aejfarm- day to visit his brother, Mr, Jess they're deUej cris friend..' '
then to
up America, ;
be =the topic of the Fall study
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.' Davis, of Ponce De Leon: Mr J -
era of this country to regain China OH MY -
conducted by the Woman'sSociety
Davis had the misfortune to break FIRE DESTROYSBREEDEN'S course
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as ;there;, np other country in the his ,arm recently ,-complications SHOP Christian Service of the
:world wHi-*&ie. ;ftbundance, of food ACHING'IACK In. Vel- The
set Mrs Kitty Barrage of First Methodist Church. course
needed
is : .
.:rjhat In the ,of 'Now! You ean'getthe fut relief. 707 dosta.,accompanied: 'them. Floree's' Fashions & Gifts was will, be .held on Monday, Oct 2nd,
reporting. on operations steed from Mffgioff backsche; he&dicht, Mig :& p'Bucluman was ,hostess destroyed, bjr Hre- Sunday .afternoOn Hall at
at Fellowship beginning
Colton aDd tnuBeottr aces and pains that oftenrtnttau.aiffkt .
Producers Association for .e&1I *.a4 miserable tire U! W gillieeday at,an all 'day quilttog.- and they.:; buiiiftjg! .adjoining ::the; 10:30., -
the past fiscal year, of which_ .the :oat:,.dasiisgs.. ', When these ci.Ieomforu- '. .: -oj .d3ieedeti adeuce..oi n---.s ouUTTSuSU
,, :.. ate.oa eit3to.ersntioabrstreatsndstrain.i This study course is a down to
;; ..FMXr ma sea1s" af fffla&aT e1 want relief-wrnnt it fast Hahira 5>e1 Sunday with Mr and :was/ damaged about $3000-
'CPA General Manager ,stated that Aaotfacr irritation e;sturbacce oBowlnc majr wrong be mUd food bladder and Mrs Wilborn Reaves "and Mr I E $3500, according to an ,estimate by earth consideration of the role of

,CPA has ,just'experienced its most drink-often .sitting up a, restless tin Reaves. .- Chief Herman Cherry. The merchandise the church at this time in history.

successful year. He traced the his- comfortable DoanVFQls feeling work fast In aeparate' Mrs IJlla Crafton returned home was a total loss. Smoke The author of the text, Pr Theodore -

'world 'with the_ abundance of food to way ea:*.I.torment by speed of pan-rdieriq nareinc backache action, Sunday after a yislt'with her and water damaged .the Florida- Matson, documents with scrip-
marketing operation which was begun beadaclMa. muscular aches and ]>atns. daughter, Mrs. H L. Pennington, in room and kitchen of the residence ture his thesis that the church is
2. by aoothinr'effect on bladder irrita Valdosta-
in Carroll County, Georgia in tion. 3. by mild;: diuretic action tending unique and yet deeply involved
to increase output of the IK miles. of Friends of 'Mr and. Mrs Jimraie I
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1933} with only $2100, to today kidney' tabes. : Tyre .of-ciyattVille -will be glad to Sir and Mrs Bill "Powell bad asdinner with the world.A .
where CPA is Enjoy a good nlrhfs sleep and the guests- Saturday Sept. 16 Dr : covered dish lunch will be
a large .regional[ marketing same happy relief millions have for ovecyears. hear of the, arrival of a baby boy ":
and purchasing co-operative Get M- Doan's. New Pilk large today she I saves mo&ey. Sunday ;morning to join! their family cart Stewart "and Rev and Mrs Paul. served at 12:30 followed by the

with $25,000,000 net worth.. circle., ""* Touchton ;and MisseS Martha' and afternoon :session which will end at

Durifig; the past fiscal year, total DoAN's) PILLS Mr and Mrs; :Harold Sprenkle of Betty 'Hamilton.Hev .. 2:30. The regular monthly. meetingof

dollar. volume reached $150,000.00 Rantoul HL are also' proud 'parentsof -- tHe Woman's Society will be

Mr Brooks stated. At the same i ,a, baby born recently; MrsSprenkle' A C McCall, a former pastorof held at the close t>t the study
of the Methodist church here, was
is the granddaughter
time,, be encouraged the membersof :local Farmers Mutual Exchange, reported ; course
Mr I E Reaves visitor
a in' Madison. Tuesdaynightand
the FMX, Madison to dream i a successful year forthe -
PINETTA, PTA Wednesday.:
big dreams and to continue ,to move cooperative. Piietta 'PTA met Sept. 22 in theschool Television Troubles?
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.forward with the local operation.,l Three directors were re-elected: Library, Mrs R L Graftonpresiding. :Buddy. Smith and Wait Cooper,

"You are part of- a group of 150 P K Pittraan, Madison : V B Wells, .Mr Carl Smith gave the Jr. attended the Clemson U of _F -

'000 farmers working together Madison, and_ Wiley! Blair, Greenville .devotional and Mrs Carl Smith, pro- Football game ;in Gainesville ..Saturday Call Lee Radio & T-V for fast and

build the' biggest business, institution Florida gram chairman,- presented a short reliable service. We service all
'farmers in the South have 'Other highlights 'of the meeting program, on Citizenship. There:.Were makes. Factory trained technician

ever owned," Mr Brooks stressed, included a, movie, valuable door reports from 'the membership com Com $1.05 a Jasper with 16 years experience. Phone
mittee showing a total of fortyfourpaid 5-tf-ch
36182.
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Neil MeLeod, refreshments
Manager, of: the prizes and up.members: However the; driveis

not. complete it c was stated. .
Mrs Audrey Leslie Carnival.chair

THEY ARE NOW AT man, reported, that menu .for:supper IRRIGATIDN_ .
would be chicken and ..rice, white ',' ,

r-- ,-.: ,:Coinpleto:: Systems, Installed & ,Financed

I' as price last would.y ar.be Preparation fifty cents wfil, sable be : ;

k-- :; > -t :r made' for >a larger number ae:feed ; i'J.. -"'
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: : gave out: test year before the customers ';;:>:::
: : t12 New adliitfons''to carnival +..1 .
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<- : this .year'.will be a. "Mte Pi etta"

\: t.E : : contest-Catered ;by men a..)ill, and ,- .,.., :-. ," .

::: a country store.. A ,work sheet;was
prepared, and:kp was assigned. With '

E cooperation 'jt'wm be the feest Distributors: for: J ,,_'>

iI carnival Mr Ceeit yet-Hartsfield annoweed.that J -. ,DEMING, -, TURBINE J'UMPSx z; ,,-
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-' f: Mr Late Brothers Vp-As teefeer" .% CONTINENTAL. POWER' UNPIS -
: would '1ak# to start as add >nigh*

: djJ/ : class pa,- anything; pert to U. s. TTKCTRIO MOTORS, ;-_
t a Rio GUESSWORK> : Civil EXefesee .'otilwr
Agriculture, er
: : 0 EYNOIJS. ALUMINUM. PIPE- .
PROVEN here' You \ _. needed subject and, aaked that be ':.;{ir': '" "
: be caatae M. RACE RACE AND SURE FTTTINOS
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:i: : \ are Mewls JR L Craftoa, Gentle :-"-, "&..:Plan' :now for" your future irrigatIti needs

., : f ,DYWMASTWilSON Townsea. and -'Eldridgc Foilstit'il : :

'"<--. ; -- ''' '.-. ;: -.- The grot ) voted to rctaUfor iiwr ?(..1"C- *t. ._JESHMAXiS_: GIYEHrt ?
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: aaotfcer! year.were ." -- Get: Prices Before f You''Jluy-
Jkfr.A.i: j aers,' d" ky fee .J" OuLY '
pms..HfC i homey 'cananittee ,afitwra.caTli6 ; : : '-- j = :

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