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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: October 6, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
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North Florida Junior Artist Seri.esMembership. A .PROCLAMATION PTA MEETINGThe JAYCEES-MEET ,.


Whereas, the City of Madison, Florida, is and has regular meeting of Cherry BY' ,RONNY BROWN

College To Be Drive,In been known as one of the most beautiful, areas in the. Lake PTA was held at the schoolon The Madison County Junior

entire State of Florida; and .' Sept 21. The meeting was Chamber of Commerce met at

. Evaluated forAccreditations Final Week Whereas, the natural beauty of our community hasbeen opened with devotional led by Mrs noon last Friday at McNeil's Restaurant -

\ from time to time enhanced by ''the unselfish .John VThigpen, and prayer by Mrs with president Charlie -

by ,Prospective patrons are remindedthat efforts of our proud'and loyal citizens in matters :'of I Bob .Milner.. The high light of the I Quick presiding. I {f'
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the Artist Series membershipdrive beautification, the establishment of gardens the maintenance devotional was the i importance .-of Richard Brockman reported that
conclusion.
is its
nearing Approximately giving our "Youth A.Flag to Follows the "club must, launch an all-out
of public parks and the t
$6,000 worthof con- planting flowering' .
The State Department shrubs and trees and to make them know they are here drive ito. sell ticketston the shotgunto
cert entertainment, or roughly twice :-. '
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( "1ereas.. the ofthe of for the*verYy real purpose ofmakingthis be given away by the Jaycees.
the value of last year's member- municipal government City ,
Of Education 'Madison Florida world_ a )Better place.. to live for This, projeqfis' designed to raise
ships wishes
is Jbeing.provided at the nominal ) .to approve: }tae efforts of vu '. ,
costof X00, tor.adults and$ '.* conscientious'citizens. in making our community even 'more their; fellow riait ; money' to"*$;*? for the new press -
edacators
A committee -well-known United. f for stUaentsT' Those"responsible for beautiful and to actively participate i ip. any worth white4. The body>.voted to have the car DOJC; at tarter Field Wayne Weserreported

from the Southeastern providing this non-profit community projects: to this end, and .. nival on Hallttween evening, Oct. : that work on the- press ",
States serving as an accreditation service,are hopeful that an optimum ''; Whereas cleanliness is essential 31st; The PTA ,will furnish-cs7 Oldes box ,isL. nearing completion. .
an
of ingredient of
team, will, arrive on the campus October } number of patrons will take ad- ,*. ; and. milk,to 1st, and 2nd grades.. for; Ben Pfeil gave'a progress report .
Junior College
Florida '
North 8 and remain through October.- vantage the earrmaJOTi of this loses unusual Value before ''.beautyNow therefore, I, V. M. Folsom, Mayor, Cit Madison their morning snack .t ne. There on the upcoming minstrel show

11. This committee will examine the With programs: --featuring Dorglas Florida: do hereby: proclaim the month October, will be'a membership, drive with the the The chorus heeds to start-'" ,practicingright .
that -
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room having party gets
various curricula facilities.. person- Williams (marimbist), the Windsor 1961, as away. ..
nel and programs of the College In Singers (sop., .Ban., and Mezzo), ''CLEAN UP MONTH -: -:JI most members. The Oct programwill Hugh :Curry said the Navy has

order to consider the continued ac- Gerson Yessin (pianist), the Hell- and offer the approval and assistance of the City of. Madison be 'Dad's night with covered an excellent film on Atomic Fall-
the
creditation of the College by dish supper. Visitors are. always Out that available to be shownto
man Trio (harp, guitar, and bass), .
Florida in with Garden and
cooperating Clubs '
State Department of Education. Dr and including such internationally .other$ welcome at our PTA meetings. .. Jaycees. -
President St. Peters- i civic organizations of our City in their sponsorship of this ..
M Bennett, A interesting. .
was
M recognized artists as Vincent Lopez very program Bill Shirey, Jaycees Radio 1>ay'
', burg Junior College, will serve: as I and the Don Cossack Chorus and project. ._ presented by the teachers with Mr chairman, announced that this past
team.
Other -
Chairman ,of the visiting_ Dr James L Dancers the agenda promises to be V. M. FOLSOM, Mayor Bob' Denson leading the'pan l on Radio Day on WMAF was a success; .
team members are: the most rewarding yet offered in ATTEST
the child for School. He
Preparing asked to tell
College Tommy Beggs-was
I ( Wattenbarger, Community this area. ALEX H. SMITH, City Clerk 6-l t-ch' fact that are always -
Director for the State Department Memberships sale at the stressed the we of the progress made so far by the
are on
I of Education; Dr J T Kelley, Direct College, the Daylight 'DepartmentStore preparing the child, for school, Madison County Economic Development -

} tor .of Accreditation State Department Beggs Clothing Store, and Rehabilitation Rather 472 AT NFJC;' even :as we are preparing him for Committee. said the office

of Education; Dr Wilson Wet- from members of the Committee.The life He pointed out that, one of to be used for functions of the organization *

zler. Dean of Instruction, Manatee last opportunity to purchase Than Punishment 218ATSRJC .1. '. the child's greatest needs is to feel in the Byron Hotel build-
,
Jack Rollow
Junior College; Dr this will be at needed. Some of the essential
memberships year that he is ing will soon be completed and a
and
Associate Dean, College of Arts the ticket "office1 of the Woodard I ----.;;. I.. vitamins' for a healthy personality be hired shortly.if ,
Sciences, Florida State University; ;Roy Ball of Tallahassee, of the secretary will
_ Theatre next Monday night until Enrollment at Madison's two affection and (friendship -
are the
President, Robert Andrews added to
State .Division of Corrections was
Dr Roy Bergengren, 8:15 p. m. At this time, the curtain growing Junior Colleges now totals faith
Daytona Beach Junior College, and guest speaker at the Rotary Club self-respect, freedom Madison County development committee -
will rise on the first event of the 690.
Dr Joe B Ezell, Assistant Executive Series, provided by the Lucktenberg' meeting Wednesday and told of the 472 are enrolled in North Florida and respect for 'authority, chal- report by saying that the ...
Secretary to the Commission on Duo. state's work with its more than Junior College day and evening lenge; and fun and zestfulness brochures for the development program -

Higher Education for the Southern 25,000wards in child training, hos- courses. Seventy-three students from These, are a few of the highlightsof are almost complete.Carl .

Association of Colleges and Second pital and penal institutions.The other localities are boarding in their interesting discussion. Sewell is working on possibilities

ary Schools. "' October Is Clean-Up speaker said that whereas Madison. Mr A J. Hargrove followed this to locate an air strip near
1 evaluation will get under way punishment had formerly been the
The 117 full-time and 101 part time with Preparation for College. He Madison.
dinner October 8 at which dominant idea in prisons, now re-
with a students comprise the always day i
with local Month In Madison student bodyof stressed that we are
time the team will meet habilitation measures were stressed, Suwannee
River Junior College. building habits that will FALL STUDY
by day,
and the
administrative officials and that Florida had one of the u
the course of their The Madison Garden Club is | make our children fail or succeedin ;
faculty. During most progressive penal systems in The first session of the Fall Study
Stay at North Florida Junior College sponsoring Clean-Up Month all. during the country. 'He said that most of 300 ATTEND F-B College. He stressed the great Churches for New Times, of

the visitors will talk with administrators the month of October. If every- the' prisoners were people without a ANNUAL MEETING importance of well adjusted emotional Women's Society of Christian Ser- '. r

faculty, and students,. one will join in and clean up their trade, and the State was endeavoring home life. A very appropriate vice was held in Fellowship Hall '

r- They will study curriculum, policies, premises, their vacant lots*and surroundings to teach them a trade ,and to :About 300 attended the annual phrase he used was. "The more I of the Methodist church, Monday;

and jail phases' of the educational it will stay clean for the educate them while confined. A Farm Bureau meeting see of parents, the less I am surprised October 2, from 10:30 2fl5. There .
Tuesday
-j several months ahead,. We. will Jbe **
number .bfgh schOOl' equivalency film at the children. were about 50 in attendance.The .
night and
'gram.accreditation visitation"willserve proud. .of our city..anid. most..of. all dipTomas... ave.been,earned In prison, saw a on the effectsof devotional was a parable of
as, the initial visit by the you will be proud of it. Let the he reported. ; nuclear fall-out on agriculture: "The Sun and the Umbrellas" read '

Southern Association of Colleges little folks join in by pickiflg} up Ban: mentioned the various activi- Corn Contest winners were .announced TRUCK ACCIDENT by Mrs Sue Wiatt. Mrs Burmle .
..
and Secondary Schools. An accreditation paper and bottles scattered around. ties:earned,'on at Raiford, Apalachee as follows: Maultsby summarized the first chapter

_ team foil the purpose of accrediting Let's dean up and Paint up and Correctional, Institution, and other Joe Crafton, 108.5 bushels per L F Kelley had a motor vehicle of the text on the changes that
the School by the South- have a town that we will ail be f i acre. $50 prize. afternoon in
such
state installations, as themetal accident last Thursday have taken place our lives in
ern Association is expected in. the happy over.Baptist ,plant; garment 'factories, tobacco Eugene Guess, 107.2 J bushels, 45. when .his truck collided with a car this century. Mrs Opal Kaney then .

Spring of 1963. factory, abattoir, beef cattle Delbert Blair, 105.6. bushels, $35. driven'''by a colored women on the : discussed the effect these changes

Homecoming and' .dairy. herds, furniture factory, Gwynn Blair 1Q&2: bushels.." $30. highway near the colored school have had on man's thinking and

Sen Kelly To Speak At concrete block factory, feed mill, Wetzel Blair 100.4 bushels, $20. house. There were no Injuries Mr needs.A .
brick plant poultry farm, motor covered dish luncheon was
October \ Larry 'Sale. 99.2 bushels, $20 Kelley agreed to pay for the damages -
22nd re-winding shop shoe repair shop, served. -
_ Directors are Kelly Bailey, Lamar and to get insurance on his studybe
Baptist Church SundayCAROL Janitor supplies factory sawmill The second session of the

The Rev W T "Ugon pastor, will swineherds, cane mill, forestry and Andrews K W WaMrepr: Wiley truck. will held next Monday. October

LAMB TO SING preach the Homecoming, sermon at turpentine operations cannery, tailor Blair, Bob Searcy, HUlbera ,Zip- 9, from 10:30 to 2:15 in Fellowship

the First Baptist church Sunday shop end so on. All of the activities, perer., Howard Hugt ey, Cecil Hicks, BABY SEVOR HaIL -

Senator Scott of Lakeland will be October 22nd. he reported, were pointed towards Raymond Brown, PhiUp'Smith; '. Consultants for the study are Mrs
,
guest speaker at the _annual Layman's Carol Lamb of Jacksonville will being used for the state institutions ClarenceThigpen,. W B Coody; Joe sbir.Westwood. and Mrs Larry EL Sevor ,of' Florida Davis, Mrs' Edith Touchton' .;>," ... { :'-< ,,

Day program at .the First sing at theVservke:,' with as little competition with pri- Laney Howell, Waring and David Calif are ann ncing Jhebjrtn. 'and :Mrs Mary Ann SeweUC':: r; =..,;-:?
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Baptist church'Sunday morning, and A .twenty-nine-day Stewardship rate _industry as possible. ? Smith. -I of a baby gtrj i5ept.} T, The ,Action committee_ | composed, -: ..:.:. : r

.Carol Lamb will sing. Senator campaign in the 'church will. be Prior to ,his[ talk, on the correctional Out of county visitors included i She has been named Joan' Marie of- Mrs Sue Wiatt, Mrs Monteen y '- i

Kelly & Carol Lamb are both from launched on that day The church institutions,. Ball told brieflyof Mr ROdgers of the RR 'Comrmssion.1! She is. thedaugb! ; of ':$lr Moore ;Mrs Teena :Cave, Mrs,Ash. ;. .::

.Madison County. Carol grew up in has just completed one of the' finest the Toastmasters' Club In .which Dickinson of siT Tel"Co.! and Mrs.F T Sevor ot., Madison ley Hardee. and Mrs Frances San-' -?":; -
John 4
the church and *Sen Kelly has; two ;years in "history with 102 additions he is very much I interested. and MrsC H Lutz of ,Hillsboro, ders. I
uncles Ben and L F Kelly whVare to the church membership and Visitors included Mr Pat Callahanof Wayne Mixpn and Lee: Schultz_T aa_ t

members :of the church offerings which exceeded the budget. Jacksonville, Rev Mr Clelland of F-B reps. Oregon. THURSDAY DEATHSMr _
They both have many friends who Valdosta and Rev Dan McCown of A O.Archer, grandfather of

will be interested in- hearing' them :Mr and Mrs CV Barber 'will Madi n. 1300 BALES Mrs Joe Peavy. Funeral services at 1
I The Janie Paul circle of the cotton here hadgirmed church Millwood Ga,
Sunday morning. spend a week with their daughterand I The Burn tte gin First Baptist
"','. t son-in-law :Mr and bias J -W '. Mrs: R V Mickler' suffered anattacWvSf Methodist* church ,meets In'the 1300 ;bales: of cotton R this Friday. 3 pm. t

," '.Red Cason has a position with Cox ,and grand-daughter Dee --:De Illness and entered the. S Sjunior:, .'department! 'room Y' at season up to Wednesday::-Ginning Mrs .Anna Grissom Hill. Funeral f

1';:the.*}Hillcrest_ DaiFarms:' in Jacksonville. hospital arly In the, week. 10 a ',nvMonday. ;? V tifJJ' isr nearly over. .. / : ,at San: ,Pedro cemetery Sunday- t
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= :- I United States cities: Jacksonville -
WE TRIM AND REMOVE New Macedonia FOR FUEL OIL, CALLC.
Norfolk New Rochelle N'
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Dangerous TreesTHENDERSON
;: Rochester, Minn, Lawrence, Homecoming AGENT, STANDARD HU 3-2279 OIL CO.
WBW>MW W M 4WI MMW W IWWB* I
''I Pab1 abed Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance Mass, and other places, were in The annual Homecoming of the
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Macedonia church
will
New
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year Berlin Saturday and Sunday, Baptist Mr and Mrs N Williams and
be held on Sunday Oct. 8, 1961.
I sons Riley and DeVere of Frost-
first-hand impressionof
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application getting EXPERT CO. Dinner on the grounds on Road 221, proof were week end guests of MrsWilliams'
r the divided city. They met south of Greenville. 5-lt-ch
Mr
MSS Box 3484 parents, and Mrs D D
i if, Entered at the Madison Post Office as second 15th. 1908, under Act of March 8, 1879. Brandt of West Berlin, who Mr and Mrs D D Morris who
accompanied Mr and Mrs H W
II OWNERS:4 T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. .MERCHAlfT, JR. said that, there would be no CaD 385-1636 Mizell of St. Augustine to High- HITCHCOCK
AND ASSOCIATES war over Berlin but that he lands, Asheville and other places in
I make the Carolina mountains returned REFRIGERATION SERVICE
to
1 1"- believed Russia wanted
!''I MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED '1865 the division of Germany perma- home Friday night. Madison, Florida

;j! NEW 'ENTERPRISE CONSOLIDATED, ESTABLISHED, JUNE 25, 1908': 1901 ,-.., nent. The Russians captured Cherry 'Lake Riding 1953 CMC J Pickup $195 PHONED; HU 3-6339
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u Berlin and_ the Russian_ War if no answer, Call
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Show
f T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher Memorial in East Berlin, .which rs --HARDEE'MOTOR CO. HU 3-2560

T. C. MERCHANT. JR., Managing Editor the United States mayors ; I L' .

t I( ., MRS A. W. VANN, City Editor visited, is mute testimony to Ninety-six horses and riders .
II entered the Quitman horse show
; MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. the enormous loss of life they Sunday and quite a number of rid- .
"
I suffered in so doing. Besides, ing enthusiasts attended from pointsin Why be
oRID vention Week, although really_ the county.
., ",.".., every7,"'week should, be a fireprevention" they were invaded; ',in both Riding under the colors red and
; <" week Time and WoddVars'"by the Germans.. white of the newly organized Cherry

cautioned about That, in addition to their pas- Lake Riding Club were George HALr _
: again we are sion to advance communism Shaw and daughter Connie; John 1

such: practices, and yet some Tuten, daughter Donna and son .. ..i
be the
wherever possible
people ,go on leaving accumulated may Allen; Dwayne Leslie, son of the '
to their opposition to the Clifford Leslfes : this
key ; Benton Sale and ,
and :
litter, matches oily .
reunification of,Germany unless Sandra and Jack Sale; BuddyLinda '... ..{,
: rags,"around, smoking in bed, and Kinny Hutto, children of the
44,000 starting, fires with kerosene. (or, along their pattern, to which Ike Huttos; Bubba Burnett, son of Winter ?
latter the Western allies ,would the George Burnetts; T F Mock, :
worse still,) gasoline, or com-
9 Properly the writing about, a just as strongly object. We be- James Pearce and son Jimmy; Bob
football game belongs on the mitting other fire.hazards when lieve that a solution to the and Ab Townsend, children of the
not' in the they know better, but, think George Townsends, and Bess Williams -
ai\d
sports
I page .Berlin' crisis could be brought daughter of Mrs R S Wil-
will happen in their
nothing
editorial column, but when about with the recognition a liams Jr; Martha Waring also rode
forty-four thousand people attend cases. But sometimes somethingdoes divided Germany until such timeas and she and Jimmy Pearce won rib-
football as they happen. Three people were ? bons, in the show.
a game
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reunification might peaceably -
I herein Riders entered from Tallahassee,
burned to death right over "
I Hid in Gainesville last Satur- be made and on the other Quincy, Albany, and other 'nearby

Is 'day, we may be permitted ,to Tallahassee Saturday night. hand with guarantee by all the towns.
s
make reference to it on this Fire is absolutely essential_ to The Cherry Lake Riding Club
Russia and
powers, certainly by organized last'week extends
civilized of
our system living any
The F SU team has
page. grown I the East German government ,
,
riders in the county an invitation to '
stronger with the'' years and I and yet uncontrolled fire is a of the freedom of West Berlin I I come into the club with them. .. '. ..,
deadly,enemy And ;dire can b g night following the show '.' '
after three Sunday
1 now' -this year, '
and freedom of thereto.
earlier defeats able to started: from great variety of access representatives 'from riding clubs in ,:.{ .",Keep. your home, snugly warns 'this'winter,- ;
was
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such'an is
Some
,, caUs arrangement. the area met to begin organizing a & ;g fe m
tie the I of F;teamj and indeed -' s. This paper a good many with the clean,. steady, convenient heatfyouBvf
now in vogue as respects'' Vatican circuit 'and drew up rules and regulations *i& JE'> '
make U of F happy to geta years ago had a most unusual .. It will have' as its purposeto i' tfPNnc d 'o.n..from -_
,
if can always .
in Rome and it
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City :* : ",....
kind of fire "
tie. Some time within the: which ,fortunately! assist clubs in staging their !9<:f' Y '
did not cause much* damage.In could be put into effect with shows and to cooperate and support ,
three FSU "
next; two or years I were respect to West Berlin and theguarantees each other in various ways.' Ap '"
will emerge the winner, as we I those days we heatingour proximately twelve to fifteen clubs
had hoped they would do this I metal in the linotype ma- and promises then from Georgia, Florida and''Alabamawill ',' STANDARD:> .
in with chine pot with a gasoline burner kept,'the issue, it seems, could compose the circuit..
Similarly, keeping '
year. be solved. LacyClark of Nashville, Ga, is
and the gasoline was fed to the
inclination to favor-the -
our Underdog president and Mrs Clark will be
i we are hoping that Cin- burner by means of a pipe froma secretary. George Shaw of Cherry BURNE'ROILthe :

cinnati will win the wdrld's pressure tank outside the Only Woman Premier Lake is, chairman, of the Organization } .
,Committee and Henry Reavesof
building. A little shortage had
baseball championship, but Quitman Chairman of Rules Com- odorless, clean-burning ,fuel that gives .
,
in "What though the spicy breezes 1
there is little likelihood developed some of the, wiring, mittee. '
very "Bl w soft o'er Ceylon's isle; maximum heat for the STANDARD ,,
but we paid no immediate at- Last night two members from you money., "
of success in that hope, for it "Though every prospect. pleases, ',.
is almost impossible to beat tention to that, and one night "And only man is' vile?'* each club represented in Quitmanmet BURNER: OIL is 100% distilled, and burns ;,
in Moultrie in a dinner meet-
.those New York Yankee bats. this shortage traveled along the Ceylon is a pear-shaped island, ing to discuss 'further plans for completely"without waste. Whatever type. .
pipe and set the tank of gasoline -.I off the southeastern coast of the circuit. '. ,
,: of oil-burner you have, you can depend on "
on fire. It was the night India and a member of the I
Sports Vs. BooksThe that Harding was elected President British Commonwealth of Na- I us for unfailing deliveries of clean-burning,;1 ... ,
LEAVE FOR NATIONAL MEET
writer keeps lip to some forty-one years ago. tions. It has the only woman heat-packed STANDARD BURNER OIL. !.

extent in the daily papers with premier, Mrs\ Sirimavo Banda- Miss Bennie Wilder and Mrs Al- .. --- 'r .
mon Zipperer left Tuesday to at- .1' 3"
H sports and has no right to K i ranaike, in the world, and the <
In His DrawersAlong tend the National H D Agents As- lS ,..' .
quarrel with those who follow first woman to attain such sociation in Boston, Mass. They accompanied i ." A

the sports developments much with taking steps honor among the parliamentary a group of Florida H D , f Remember your home as in,*.: ;
Agents on a chartered bus for the :\I. your car-you can always depend on ;**
more enthusiastically than he towards prevention of fire, we governments of the world The r:,
trip. They will stop in New York Standard Oil for quality products'; :
does. It is their money and their should, be accidentpreventionconscious island is about half the size of Washington and Beltsville, Md. for 5 and service. -; .?-..'

time they are spending, and it also. Every week the state of Florida and has a several days enroute. ,. .

is none of his business. At the I Florida has a list of fatal accidents :population about twice as great.

same time, so far as our tax I sometimes running into I Ceylon's economy is based on One 1961, Demonstrator STANDARD C. I. (Buddy) .

supported institutions of learn- the teens. Most of these are tea, rubber, coconuts and rice. left!! OIL

ing (or should we more truth motor vehicle accidents, but by Other, crops include grains,

fully say "of sports") are con- I no means all of them, for we cacao and cinnamon. modern V-8, Fairlane 500 4-dr Ford.o-

cerned, we feel that we are can be thoughtless with other sugar mill was built in 1960. matic, radio and heater Jr

spending entirely too much. time machines as well as with auto- Horned cattle, goats, sheep and HARDEE MOTOR CO. McWilliams

and too much money on sports mobiles. In the immediately swine are raised, and elephants -- __ .

|(just now football, then basketball preceding paragraph we told ofa t!I,are used as beasts of burden. .1 -... ... :.. -.-- -. :.' --

then baseball, with boxing little fire that happened once i i Principal, mineral resources are \

and swimming contests, etc. in the newspaper shop; now we I graphite 'and gem stones, thorium -

thrown in along) to the neglectof will tell of a little accident that and uranium compounds,

what is supposed' be the happened there. Although we iron ore, mica, ,sand suitablefor

real purpose of the institution. had safety' instruments, a stick the manufacture of glass,

It is true that there are some for instance, with which to do and fine clay used in the production -

high school and college athletes the work, qne of our printersstuck of chinaware. Industrial .
who make fine marks in their his leg into the belt running -' establishments include mines, "

studies also, but the general the press'in order to throwit steel mills, cement works, tex- 4

run of them cannot traipse off. His pants leg caught in tile factories, sawmills, and factories :. >;E'<.

around over the country on the pulley and while the accident for the manufacture of 1

:week ends, and in the case of could have hurt 1 him badly rubber, tea, spices, oils, glue, kjSEIAtttj

-basketball and baseball during or even have killed him, the ammonia, acetic acid, ceramics, ; .

the week too, and at the same only damage was that his pants glass, and paper.

time do justice to their' studies. were completely jerked off him, :

R' There are only twenty-four and ,when the writer came back \ 70 x 15 GoodyearAllWeather J

; hours in a day, and if we spend into the ,back of the shop there a -- -A azs s >*.

'-" -{ .- them one way we cannot ,at ,the the printer was sitting up on a Tire i
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same time spend them in 'another stool in his drawers, waiting for i'
As Low As $11.88Plus Talk with the manager of your local j i
,, way.Someihing. an associate to bring, him an-
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Cooperative Service Agency
>' other pair of'pants. Tax and Ti de-in tOdaY'.1

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;' Corn '$1.05 -in Jasper, CIRCLE MEETS'
-th, I. .- L 40Th : 55*

I- Presbyterian Circle No 1 met

I) ,t BACK HOME 'Monday afternoon with Mrs Graham Hp.y.Y.n pOry v + BAKEIYOURWWIYa

Wheeler with fourteen attending,

.(! / Mrs Carolyn Virginia Hill re. includingthe president of women :;. ,

ported missing last week, returnedto of the :Church. Mrs Donald Loper. : :

I Ile i'er home here during the week Mrs Walter Harris and Mrs W G : : :

Sheldon presented the Bible study .t':::: :

jr j from the book of James, the study :" .'

for the new year. Mrs DuRant, '
I
-j1I TOWARD
II chairman presided over the business 2: :

NEHI BOTTLING CO. meeting ''and gave a talk on a
Stewardship. Pledges were made and

I jc e Crap* 'plans for the year's work outlined. 1 YOUR

Orange The hostess served cookies and

1 Upper 10 OCUrI own lemonade during the social hour. : .
BAI I .:
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_JI h StrawberryRoot .
:
I : $; ;
Beer Try WHITE-TOP DRIVE- ): 'S

hr r PHONE FO 2-2775 LIVE OAK IN'S REGULAR ?MEAD 1 Win a $$l,500'coHege: ,schol .:' ,

r they're 'delicious, friend. ..5--" __' _. ... arship-and other prizes-
f I;;;" 'r- "w.W.MW'/MW//-YM'Y e'.MdP.4- """ ,
": just :for the .baking in the
r* Thunderbird for 1962 offers a neW Landau hardtop (top) in 'I
addition to the standard hardtop and convertible models of Amer ,
NOW thru OCT 14'Your BIG BIG $22,000TEENAGE
1 ica's prestige car. The Landau model is a vinyl covered hardtop ,
1i i with a distinctive 'S" bar on the, rear roof panels. This ,new
Thunderbird's grain material roof is available in black or white
1 colors with any exterior or interior color combinations. The Landau, '
Choice Of along with the other 1962 Thunderbird'models retains the car's 9 a
traditional classic styling and incorporates more than 100 engi-i ,
I veering improvements. Like all 1962 Thunderbirds, the standard
hardtop model (bottom) features a new, square-block design grille, '
I and many exterior and Interior styling 'refinements. All 1962 W
Thunderbird models, representing the widest selection of Thunderbirds -
since the car's introduction in 1955, will be displayed in BAKING( CONTEST
Free GiftsFOR Ford dealer showroom October 12.
i -- "I
iI I 1956 Ford F-100 V-8 SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on several: Any teen-13 to 19-who's ,

top-of-the line G-E appliances, at,, ever dreamed of entering a j
Howerton Supply Co. i college now-has the chancein ,

T I SAVINGS pickup $650 LEE NEWS NOTESMr a contest that's fun, that's -,

I j clean and a good buy easy, that's rewarding. -
I and Mrs A E Ragans haves
It t their mother, Mrs Zula Ivey, of Trey DoneKu
HARDEE MOTORCO. 117 PRIZES IN ALL sad Connie
j ; Adel, Ga for a few days' visit. Stcvtm,
,' 12 Piece Anchor HockingOVENWARE : Mr and Mrs Allan Davis >and.21 ,Come in for details today "Swtan f Warner SlaeU"drop
_ ..
SUPERVISORS ELECTION children of Baldwin were here

: _._ ,SET, few days last week visiting'9fO"a
-
-.- w mother, Mrs Audrey Williams, W. C. Copeland
i : Voters of Madison Soil Conser-' Mr and Mrs Talmage Williams. MADJr.

Station District will go to the Mr and Mrs Walter Copeland HU 3-2218, FLA.

polls October 17, to elect four stopped over a short while Sunday

members of the five-man govern- enroute to their home in Madison

ing board.f The terms of Carl W ifrom a visit with Mr and Mrs Jactf

Burnett, Eugene Mugge, and Bla- White of Live Oak. J
) Mrs Ola Sanders is a patient in
: "Mrs S K Driggers returned home
Rains
lock expire in October, ac the local hospital. llQ1TALNEWS'i
II I cording, to Carl W Burnett, Chairman Saturday' from :a visit with rela- ,
1y I
s. of the Board of tives in Orlando and Tarnpa.; Her 'r. Admissions.
.
Supervisors.. Smokey Says: Mrs Carol Wright,
1 Nominating Petitions have been.sub- son, Mr Leon Lane, returned home Carlton Smith, Burton Coody. Mrs

1I mitted ifor Joe Buchanan, Carl W with her for a few days' visit. Minnie Kinard, Johnny McDaniel,

Burnett, Van Hinton, Robert S Mr and Mrs Clark Brannan ,and INTERESTIt4G FACTS I James Conldn, Sylvia Cruce, Henry

I Lawton, Eugene Mugge and Blalock son Ronny of' Jacksonville came : _, THE P I Thompson,. Nancy" Gail Harris, Mrs
Rains to be 'placed on ballot. Saturday for an over-night visit TREE GROWS SJI __ Ola Sanders' Mrs Sammie Lee Welch,
WAYS I INSTEAD-
I W O Mrs R V Mickler.
Lenton
,
.
UP AND DOWN.IT
Polling places will be set up at with Mr and Mrs C C Brannan. SOMETIMES GOES' Discharges: Norman Howard,
\ Jack Johns Store, Cherry Lake Sunday all went to Perry, where 10 YEARS'WITHOUT
; Marcus Cherry, Mrs Marilyn Dun-
FIRE-KING OVENWARE is and beautiful.
Famous practical ponop OF RAIN.
You can bring these baking dishes right to your table because Blanton's Store, Sirmans; Joe S Mr and Mrs Edward, Brannan, and LOCATED IN COUTH- stan, Lem Crandell, A B Welch,
they harmonize closely with any table service, ,including tine Reams' Store, Greenville; Stokes children joined them to go to Keaton WEST AFRICA. Mrs Margaret Sullivan, Mrs Kate
_
china. Each piece is guaranteed two years against oven Store, Lee; Courthouse, Madison, Beach for a good fish dinner. 4 Johnson Hardy J Bellflower, Mrs '
breakage. The 12-piece set includes an oval casserole with i, J T Woodward 'Store, Pinetta. Mr and Mrs Sheron Blanton are Gertrude* Dovjak, Mrs Connie Har-
... cover, cake pan, pie plate, four French casseroles and four The Madison Soil Conservation the proud parents of a baby girl, dee, Gary Terry, Mrs Camille
.' custards. I born Oct 3rd. Springer, Burton: Coody.BABY. '
morning
1
(, '.. District is a political subdivision of Tuesday CRUCE : t tMr l
t State government, directed by a Both mother and baby are doing and Mrs Curtis Cruce of Mad
II I board of five landowners nicely in. the Madison county hose
I elected by '
posrxt.was ison are the parents of a baby girl
16 Piece ImportedSTAINLESS their neighbors and serve without pital.Mr born Oct. 1st. She weighed 6 lbs,
salary. and Mrs A W Allega left 15 ozs. '

:Many groups and agencies cooperate Tuesday morning for Chicago fora Whether sideways a-tree&re Is crows the up real or Admissions: James Ealy Carrie .

SERVICE with the Soil Conservation visit with their daughters and menace to crowing thin=*. Simpo, baby girl Simpo, Roberta

'- District in helping landowners develop families. Givens. t
Mr-.and Mrs H L Stokes of Lee Discharges: ,Carrie Simpo. i I.. ,
I1* ; and apply soil i and water conservation : % f' .1 11 .
Noras or! 1954 Chevrolet pickup
and sister, Mrs Taylor
plans on farm and, ranch
Rev and: Mrs Dan McCown and
Aucilla, went to 'Lakeland for a
land. The Soil Conservation Service Al Hughes were visitors in Pensa-
provides most of '"the technical help. weekend visit with their"'" brother In good shape $450 cola this 'week to attend the 100thanniversary '
and sister. Alonzo and Eugenia Mc- ;
The Florida
Game & Fresh
: Water meeting of Florida Pres '
a Fish Commission, County Agents Daniel, and other relatives. HARDEE MOTOR CO. bytery. Mrs McCown also attended -

Vocational Agriculture teachers the meeting of Presbyterial.
ANNUAL 4-H SHOW'SCHEDULED .
,
County Commissioners, and others -
r
tI } provide assistance in various ways.
The Annual ladison County 4-H
Since the District was organizedin ..,,
A service for four in the graceful BELINDA STAR pattern, its 1941 more than 756: landowners Dairy, Poultry and Corn Show' -will 'f
high luster finish makes it a joy to use at any time. Fash- involving 195,470 acres have become be held Saturday. October 7, at the
ioned in heavy durable stainless steel it will not stain rust Madison' County Agricultural Cen-
cooperators with the Soil
or tarnish-never needs polishing. You'll use it every. day ter. Judging 'hi all, three divisions f
Conservation District. Thirty five
to
for
years come. of the show will start promptly at
thousand acres most of it Class
10:00 A M.
3-4-5 land, have been seeded to permanent
1 04' A total of nineteen dairy animalsare
pasture. '
t, F.; *** These gifts-for-saving are the most attractive and useful Carl W Burnett, Chairman, urges expected to be entered in the '. /
ones ever assembled by the First Federal of Valdosta. dairy show, which is sponsored by
all landowners in the Soil Conser-
As a new customer of the First Federal you get your vation District, which includes all the Sears Foundation. The five (5)

't of these beautiful gifts by opening a savings account + of Madison County to be sure and 4-H Club members who accumulatethe
-4 of $200.00 or more. highest scores in the county AB1TOSJ .
t vote for the candidates of their .
,:ro.choice' If you are already a saver at the First Federal you may. choice, and "help maintain self- dairy show Saturday will compete! '.' 'Jf ; '.' .

- have your choice of these sets by increasing your ,present i government in the conservation of in the District 4-H Dairy Show -; BEPOtt< '
Mo 1 savings account $200.00 or more. With our current savers it which will be held in Madison ,,: >> "
; '
I is one gift per family. i, our soil and water resources." October 2LPEACHES ._ ;t,4.: _. .. "_.,

Other appropriate, useful gifts await those who open new Iit iSm SIGN ON THE DOTTED LINE FOR 7
} savings, accounts for smaller amounts, also those who add okey DOMING TO LOVETT '
Says OUR JUNIOR FIRE MARSHALS :
S ";' smaller amounts to present accounts. ,

',.i.. Cullen Howard merchant and Fire PreentionVeek and the ..t--p,
During throughout
_ '-- o farmer of the Lovett section, has year-our Junior Fire.Marshals work to promote the. "
.'. traded with a gentleman from North fire safety principles they learn as members of the'

.S 1.'T'; I 0 Carolina to plant 100 acres of ,s,:. ,,",/ Hartford Junior Fire Marshal Program. l1( .

.. ; first FEDERAl I by g5 S peaches in 1962. If the peaches dwell : ', If your youngster is a Junior Fire Marshal,he or she)
.', they will increase to 400 acres, aS will soon be asking' your help to inspect your borne;
: SAVINGS -- tf they hope in 1963. ,:. ): for fire hazards aDd to sign a home safety report'r. o.

: IJ l Mr Howard urge your support ,
'. 1 Besides the peaches,
II:...Jt.J. '' '-"tJ\. .. ., owns 496 acres of the best land in ,And, to do our part, we are happy to sponsor! all
1.. 'Junior Fire'Marshal activities throughout the year. 'l l'
the county,' Circle H trading post, I '
in cooperation with the Hartford .Fire. Insurance ,
,.;' I.a ; >t f r cows (raising calves), and will _Company..;.----- -' ; ::"-
J. J have corn cotton and tobacco. His .ir>

\\A' Each Account Insured up to 10000. hobby is hunting ,and fishing, Morrow In8uranceAgency '
1 which he does rfromthree to six
411 North Patterson Valdosta Ca. <1J ,.
all .' d
i"l days a week. He says F you 108.West Pinckey St. l '\ Madison. Fla. I.
a J haJe-
:' 5- come, we will an eating good ,

:,,..- .' ,,. .', .- 4. .... to help preYeat forest fires! ttme; r 6'- ,..It "1" ', .:: .: ..Representing!. r the Hartford Fire IftstifaAft Comp4- y
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:: 2 Bars Reg 2V '. 'Old Paint' Is a Hazard, Not a Horse I960 F-100 Ford Pickup F


:1, THE SNOW WHITE ; : #; nice $1450
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: CRisco > ; : .M HARDEE MOTOR CO.

( ; :3\: \: b AUTHORIZED : .

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35 DCAUt _
CHERRY
Can t'. LAKE NEWS < .-
\ 1- V .N ?eY Betty Ann Gross is reported recovering y '

THE SOAP OF 1 9 from brain surgery and if
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN she continues to improve her parentsMr
I Ir and Mrs Harold Gross will 1 he a
l CAMAY' SOAP1 able to bring her home soon. 4

.. (;,- Y Jimmy Carryl continues to im-
t 2 ,Bath OlNORTERN'S oV : prove. Mr and Mrs E R Carry his WESTERN AUTO STORE 5 _

Bars parents express .appreciation to all

for the help given ,to Jimmy who
MADISON FLORIDA
fIt i ,
,
.. ; <, still requires special .lire! .f

,f"I ; VELVET SOFT. ,. The WSCS will meet Sunday at .

TOILET TISSUE ; the Cherry Lake Methodist-. church. Mrs Blalock hurtAccident .- ,-. .--- --
I : ::1..J 3tVf! $ Mr and" Mrs Harry Cochran and

.. ;( ::k: ; ; Linda Smith spent' several days last:
I 37 ll 1C
i 4 Rolls week at Green Cove Springs. In Auto r .
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1 It "Vi I DAUGHTER PASSES

THE FAMILY FAVORITE FOR 'f Sympathy is expressed to the A W Mrs C A Blalock was hospitalized
BATH OR WASH-UP s A' ,4 ay Shackelford family at the sudden Wednesday morning with a broken
-< loss of left wrist and multiple cuts and
Mrs Vivian
Loper on Wednesday -
f IVORY SOAP : : f _Ufl She.was a sister of Mrs Russell bruises incurred in a c r-truck

,. Wiggins'. crash near her home on US 90 Wes

I 2 Larba 331" :.:'' Funeral services will be held Friday Trooper Kilpatrick said Mrs Bla-;

I Bars. :. 2 p. m. at. the Chapel of T J lock made a turn off the highway
:1 Beggs into the driveway her home
Funeral Home. Interment at as a CALL HU 3-6505
LIGHTER CAKES, FLAKY J.';._ New Hopeful church White semi-truck and dump trailer
PIE CRUST, WITH ((6# OFF) -' ,-. ,'.'.. ; &a cemetery. attempted to pass. The vehicles JACK WADE

Fluffo .. ....v collided and Mrs Blalock's car was
J Shortening ; 'JtgHt.:, .......,::,>.::< ..<- HANSON NEWS demolished. Her sister, Miss Bea CITIES SERVICE OIL CO.

'It doesn't take a Wells Fargo man to determine that half- About forty attended Family Griffin, was not injured. The truck 0- .
E 79 :: :i- empty paint cans are a fire hazard, especially if you have a Night at Pine Grove Friday night driver, Charles DePratter of Lake -' .--,- ...

: \Junior Fire Marshal daughter as pretty as 9-year-old Rochelle Everyone enjoyed a covered dish City, was not injured. No charges DEATH, OF MRS NEWSOMEMrs
... Robertson to advise Dale Robertson star of NBC-TV's
; you. supper and were filed.
CREAMY-LATHERING 0 a program by the Bex
I IVORY ,; Wells Fargo" series, joins daughter Rochelle and 4,000,000 -
AGREES WITH YOU !If" 'Junior Fire Marshals across the country in a gigantic home die Rowe circle. Mattie Hicks Newsome .
'inspection program to eliminate fire hazards. The campaign is Mrs W A Davis returned home DIES SUDDENLY age
IVORY SOAPMed j sponsored as a public service by the Hartford Fire Insurance Saturday after 80, died Tuesday night in the local

,.Company in observance Of National Fire. Prevention Week a week's visit in Mrs Vivian Loper, 47 of hospitaL Mrs Newsome was the
," (Oct. 8-14). Jacksonville with Mrs V 0 Doyle age ,
] 1 O. i Barrington, 111 daughter of the late Mr and Mrs N
passed ofa:
'B ar .. and daughter Jan and Mr and Mrs away B
I Ponder and was a life-long resident -
DRIVER OF STOLEN CAR heart attack Wednesday
I '. OAK HILL NEWSThe Murray Jenks and family. Mr and morningat
SUNSHINE'S I I APPREHENDED HERE Mrs;;Jenks accompanied her home. the home of her parents,' Mr of Lee. She was a member of
i the Lee Methodist church
and
CRUNCHY We and Mrs A W Shackleford, i in was
were to learn
sorry of the
Madison. very active in civic and church activities .
CrackersLb B D of Floridena death of Miss Ratchell Blanton. l
Mrs ,
Krispy Yarbrough
'
first annual Gaston :family She Mrs Loper and her fiancfc, \lr before her health failed.
was an aunt of Mrs Philip
officers
west of Madison, notified ;
reunion was held Oct 1st at Su- Her survivors are one daughter
Ray Schmidt, arrived for
Sunday a
Smith and Mrs
Eugene Newsomi
29'Box here of
wannee River State Park with 150 Wednesday morning an Mrs Edwin L Flowers and one
We extend our deepest sympathy.Mrs visit with her family. She was anative
abandoned 1955 Chevrolet sedan son-in-law, Mr Edwin L Flowers
registered. This members ,
represented there bearing Florida state licenseNo Anna Davis and Mrs Joe ]P of Madison County and a
/ THE PROVEN and descendants of Frankie BEAUTY SOAPI Gaston and wife. John Willie and I church. 0 sister, Mrs J'B McDaniel, and
of last week here with Mr and
The car, stolen! at Chattahoochee,
one brother, N B Ponder, all of
IVORY SOAP Frankie Gaston were his sons. : Survivors :
headed toward Jacks nviUe AIrs Carl Smith, Mr and Mrs Smith] are her parents, two
'r.,. Nevie Gaston Arnold, Inez Gaston I was Lee; one step-daughter, Mrs John
accompanied ,them home & Mr,Smith i sons, William Bryant Loper and
driven Lonnie Poole, 17,
Personal Bass and Beaulah Gaston Hammock by under Sevor of Madison, and three step
4 2,74 whose home is in Jacksonville and will be treatment of Doctors William Calvin Loper both of Tampa -
Bars were the daughters. Mrs sons, Joe Hunter Newsome and
riding with him was a white hitchhiker while there. three sisters, Mrs Luther Fountain -I
"
?: evie Gaston Arnold of Jacksonville W A of Walter Newsome both of Lakeland
he picked at Capital City Mr Davis has returned Monticello, and Mrs 1 D
o QUICK EASY TO USE up and Carl Newsome of West Palm
DETERGENT is the only living member left I truck stop in Tallahassee, who was home after a several days' visit Wiley Wood and Mrs Russell Wiggins .

\ of the older generation. Also repre-'. hoping to get a job in Jacksonville with his son and family, Mr' and of Madison, one brother, A W Beach, and, a number of nieces and

i DASH --' .I '. sented were, three members of the The boys caught a ride into :Madison Mrs A L Davis and boys at St Shackleford, Jr of Jacksonville* nephews. She had many friends
Jim and Wes Gaston families of who regret her passing.
Augustine. one step-brother, James Black of
*
Reg and were apprehended by officers .
Funeral services held
Box 39 4I Hamburg section. at 11:30 a m Wednesday, reported t Sylvania, Ga, one grand-son, Stevie were
The day was spent visiting and Thursday at 3 p m in the Lee
FUNERALS of Seattle
Deputy Sheriff Porter. OffiCers Loper Washington, and a
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I IT'S EASY TO BE LOVELYI 't' getting acquainted. The oldest member Trooper Charlie Kilpatrick, host of other relatives and friends. Methodist church with her pastorRev
I USE t tI present was Mrs Nevie Arnold,' Funeral services for Sam Wilkins, Funeral services will be. held L E Denslow officiating, assisted

I ZEST SOAP the youngest Roger Garret of 'St. Chief Herman Cherry and Deputy a veteran of World War I, who Friday October 6th, at 2 p m in "by Rev H L Boyd, of Lake

f wannee Cq. Those having birthdays Porter P" picked. up the boys. L died! ",at the Veterans' hospital, Lake the chapel of the T J Beggs". Fufie : Butlerr f-Hex iece, Mrs Dan Mauldins4ng2 -

Reg 29 .. within three days were Paffor City, Sept 23rd, were held from Mt ral Home. Rev W T Rycroft an d' .:. -raio, Holy Quietness. *

2 Bars Carter, 60; Russel Gaston, 56.Marvin ; : -, Zion AME church in Madison Sunday Rev A M Rowe will officiate. Interment Interment was in Stonewall Genie.tery .

Evans, 60; Dayna Knight, i6.' THE WEATHERWeek Oct 1, with the pastor Rev in the New Hopeful ceme- with the T J Beggs Funeral

NOTHING CLEANS LIKE DUZI Mrs Wilton Gaston of Live Oak Jesse Brown in charge. Burial followed Home in charge. i.

"' DETERGENT" PREMIUM made the reunion cake. It was a ending October 3rd, 1961 ; at Campbell cemetery near tery.Pallbearers are: Messrs Howard Active pallbearers were her

DUZReg large rectangle iced in white with Max.: Min.: nt West Farm. He is survived by two Hughey, Judson Rowe, Wilbur nephews: Messrs Hinton Jackson,

ti green trim. An open Bible with a Wednesday 92 66 .03 brothers, two sisters, Annie and Rutherford, Dawson Rutherford, Charles Godwin, Billy McDaniel,

59' garland of pink roses for 'a book! Thursday 92 64 .00 Sarah Wilkins. Tillman-James Fune- Hugh Gibson, Roy Bronson., Pat Sharon Blanton, Emory Jackson,

Box mark centered one side with the Friday 88 63 .00 ral Home was in charge. Millinor and Mack Hadden. / Gordon Henderson., |,

name Gaston below. Saturday 87 64 .00 Susie Hightower, a native 'of Honorary pallbearers were
MAKES EVERY BATHA Visitors were there from Jackson- Sunday 86' 60 .00 at -- S E Whftty .
Madison County, passed away WADSWORTH PROMOTED, Messrs A E Ragans, !, .
BEAUTY BATH
ville, Live Oak, Vero Beach, Se- Monday 86 60 .00 the home of her son James Bishop TO ADMINISTRATIVE John Whitty, Bob Adams, Leslie .

ZEST SOAP bring, O'Brien, McAlpin Madison: Tuesday 89 62 .19 at Daytona Beach Sunday night ASSISTANTIn McMullen, Mellous Moore, RJ] L'

: Bath .J' Havana, Perry, Mayo, Jennings and Total .22 Oct 1.Funeral. a recent major reorganizationof Williams Sr, Johnny Hodnett, Buck -

2 Bars '34'WITH Pjnetta, Fla and Valdosta and Minimum Wednesday morning 47. services will be held the State Road Department's engineering McMullen, Larrie Cherry, Albert

Norman Park Ga. From the Oak Rainfall month of September 1.49 Sunday, Oct 8; at Mt Moriah Baptist division in a move to Mickler and 0 C Kirkland. r ,

A MIRACLE WHITENING Hill area were Mr and Mrs C L in. church at 10 a m Burial will speed highway construction, five

AGENT IFS ((3* OFF) DETERGENT i Gaston, Mr and Mrs Calvin' Gaston Rainfall first nine months of follow in Concord cemetery with career: engineers each with 11 to( RAINFALL f '

and family, Mr and Mrs Emmett year" 33.47 in. Tillman-James Funeral Home in 12. years engineering experiencewere ______ .
CHEERLarge
Gaston and Johnny, Mr and Mr Sun rises Oct 6th 6:30 am, sets charge. promoted. Among them wasJ 30thlAt
Week ending Sept
Richard McDonald, Mr and Mr 6:14 pm., Funeral services for Thelms r B Wadsworthformer engineer i
30 Moon Oct 6th Gibson Tower 2.90 in, Loyett
rises 3:39: am. I
Box Frank Hammock and Lounette, Jones, who died at her home near of contracts, who was named the < I
.- .",. o4.k .". .,t" I.... '.. :Moon in constellation of Leo Oct. 1 Power 1.40 in, Aucilla Tower 0.70
.
Alva
will-.be 1 1at ]
Mrs Eva Gaston and daughter 6thl: & Cherry Lake Sept28,'- Jtlglj I neWj.JQb..,.of. administrative assistant ,
rI I ; .1j +* InJ' SincJait. Tower: Q3Q in, Mill -
.
GET THE SOAP THAT Mr and Mrs G C Buchanan and High tide Oct 6th at St Marklight Arkitillery Baptist church Sun- to State Highway Engineer Creek*"Tower 1.2o"in, Madison

GETS THE DIRT, GET family, Mrs Dale Hall and son, Mr 1217 pm. day Oct 8 at 2 p m-with Rev J C Al Church. He will have general! 0.12 ,;in.

LAVA SOAP Emma Keeling, Mr Gordon Keeling, Miller in charge. Burial will follow supervision over contracts, specifi- forestry headquarters _:
and Mr and four children and Mrs Iris in .Oak Ridge cemetery. She is .
Bass, Mr in addition tc
Mr and Mrs Bob cations and estimates I Mrs A E Fraleigh and Mrs J G
Moxely and of Jacksonville.The .
son
Med Coody, survived her mother .and one
Mrs Bascom by control center.
2 25. Ellis Coody, the project Ashley expect to leave Saturday
Huggins family reunion wa
;
Bars r, and Mrs Iver Gaston: A good time sister. Wadsworth is a native of Madi-
Mrs A G Paul Jr of
"I with Mr and
held Oct 1 at the home of Mr anMrs" .
of
to Tillman-James in charge arrangements
f all and it is planned? of Mrs Marie
was had by son and is the son two weeks' trip to
Lake City on a
Fred Huggins. All'the family
SAFEST DETERGENT YOU CAN BUY! affair. ; ,,'
_,.- (((3# OFF) -- < make this an annual Buchanan and< were there except Gordon Huggins, Wadsworth of this city. New Berne, N C, Williamsburg, Va

o- Mr and Mrs Bobby who is in Canada tobacco. the New England states and New
TIDE Mrs R P Buchanan spent SaurdaYwith : curing REVIVAL AT: LEE GRADUATES FROM '.
Jackson- Mr and Mrs Richard McDonal METHODIST CHURCH, York
SCHOOLLt
r in
Mrs T C Simms JUMPMASTER
Large construction of thei
began
30 ville. recently Curtis D Earp Jr has recently
Box home the Bascom The Lee Methodist Church will
new near Coodys
returned- the 82nd Airborne
Mr Gerald Buchanan been graduated from -
of service Mr Talmage Bland returned hold a revival meeting beginning School STOCK CAR RACFSs
from three years I Division Jumpmaster
HARD WATER SOAP cently JI i S
THE
Wednesday after spending about six Monday October 16th. The Rev
THAT'S AMAZINGLY MILD in Germany. He is spending sometime < and the Advanced Airborne Light
weeks in Canada tobacco. :Milton Ivey, a former pastor of the
curing
AT THE .
N C.
0 with his parents. Aircraft Course at Fort Bragg,
KIRKS SOAP and Jasper Methodist Church and now
recipient Mr Mrs Don Gregol have returned -
the instruction i in
was include
Tyson
Mrs Cora Mae The courses I
Med of a surprise birthday dinner: home, after spending i a pastor of the Community Methodist :I advanced parachuting and, airborne ..THUNDERBOWLSPEEDWAY :

2 Bars 191 Sept 23 at her home given by her month with her niece Mrs Billy; Church at Ft Pierce, will be the : techniques, duties and qualificationas I

family. Mr and Mrs Bill Johnson Greene, of Panama City. evangelist.On Jumpmaster-Airborne Troop .
Alice OAK HILL HD Monday evening, after the S.
GET WHITE THINGS WHITER USE and children. of Quitman, Mrs Commander! and parachute jumps
DETERGENT Johnny, Mrs Sarah Oak Hill H D met Sept 26 wit! i preaching service, there will be a
Harrell and from Air Force Troop carrier aircraft "
and Mr 1IrsVilbom Reaves. Mrs Howard brief reception for the Iveys, who
Mr aircraft :
daughter.
light -
OXYDOL Jordan and Army single engine Saturday Night
.': Tillman Washington and family Coody gave the devotional. Business -, are old friends ot the congrega- and Helicopters.Lt Every
Giant ': Paul Washington of the day was election 6.r tion. Tuesday will be Youth night,
831 and .Mr and Mrs Earp is the Reconnaissance Weather Permitting
BoxLEAVES and family enjoyed the day with officers as follows: Pres :Mrs DonGregol I Wednesday will be Ladies Night, platoon' Leader of the 2nd Airborne .

her. ; V Pres, Mrs Cecil Crafton; and Thursday will be Men's night. attlegroup; 504th Infantry, Fort FIRST RACE 8:00 P. M. -

CLOTHES SOFTER Mr and Mrs Vernon Smith had Sect-Treas, Mrs R P Buchanan;: The singing will begin each night at I Bragg. He and his wife Robbie, of. Admission L50- d.-:
DETERGENTIVORY Life Education, Mrs R L, All invited to'come,' *
Family
Sunday Judge 7:15 p m. are 1 .
"at Route Spring
reside
as dinner guests Madison Children Under 12 50c ;,.
:_
SNOW Sanford Smith and children Crafton; Home Imp, Mrs Tommy early and enjoy the music. N C. '
Lake
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Mrs :
and
T: FREE: .
of Lake City, Mrs Helen S Hammock:; Clothing. Mrs Howard The meeting will close Sunday Children Under: ,; ,

.Large. 35' Lee, A Ir and Mrs D S Jones of Coody; Food, Mrs B S Buchanan; eVening October 22nd. *** ANOTHER. SALE LOCATION S .,10

'Box ....<....... ,. :.... V aldosta'and grandson and Mr and 3 Health and Safety, Mrs L Sexton; Mr 'and 31rs W. R.. Humphries, 5' 5 .-:
Mrs Jimmie Smith and daughter.Also 4.HMrs: Don 'Gregoi:;;Almon.:;,Zip' Mrs W T Ho lingsworth and Mrs formerly ofamr"have purchased Turn left I 5 miles north of Valdosta ;;,

DISHES SHINE WITHOUT WIPING .- visiting them recently were perer, agent, brought informatioi Frank' Davis, accompanied by Mrs the property of Mr and Mrs W ft' at Mineola, take right turn for [ {

H DETERGENT *. Mr Smith's brother-1n-Iaw and sister on covering' shoes: and making Bill Tomlinson of Tallahassee, Bell: a house with one acre of land 4 miles to the *

DREFT Beauchamp, Docket-books, also handcraft i ternsspent Wednesday of .last week in
Mr and Mrs J 0 located at Lee.
'< of Chiefland.Mr using contact paper. The hostess Havana, guests of Mrs Hollings- '.Bob and Beanie Searcy, agent for tunderbowl Speedway --
Giant. no* 4 ... tT refreshments the, rorth's nieces Mrs >C B Shelf I
OO p .J; .' : and Mrs L F Terry had as served during United Farm Agency, handled the ;\

.. BoxKEEPS visitors Saturday Mrs Kay Knight social hour. and Mrs John Dolan. .. sale. .

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' Punt Pass Kick 1958 ,Chevroletstake
'f Home Of The Jumbo Hamburger ,


-L-. .. ... Contest Announced 4 .pkkup' $995 + : ph .
V LWI ifi' 1.
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r Comfort
Have
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I HARDEE
MOTOR CO.
An opportunity for Madison area
?;
r sS boys to compete in a, ,football? punt- "On Tap Whenever

ing; passing and place-kicking con- :
test, with'trips to National Foot- DEATH CLAIMS ,CENTENARIAN
Need It!
ball League games among the prizes, -- You
was announced today by James Har- Mrs Rachel Blanton, age 101,
I dee, owner of Hardee Motor Co. died Friday night at her home' i CALL HU 3-2279 .

:Mr Hardee said the Madison south of Greenville following a brief s Don't let cold,weather catch you with your
...
competition is part of a nationwide illness fuel oil supply down! Let us fill your
Mrs Blanton would have been
program sponsored by Ford Divisionof tank now and be ready to "turn on theheat"
102 years''old this week had she
Ford Motor in
i Company coopera- at the first drop In the tempera-
I a t tion with the National Football I lived. Until May of this year she
i w -
League. Known as "P P & K" was able to do her household tasks tore! Call us.

Punt, Pass and Kick-the competition and go fishing and engage in duties ,
i will culminate with allexpensetrips that were most remarkable for one

.. by five national winners and of her years. She was the oldest

their ,fathers to the National Foot- member of New Macedonia Baptist 1
ball ,League Championship game, church and'possibly the oldest per Vy 4S
f and an official reception at the son in the county.

White House. She is survived by one sister, Mrs -. \

Selection of the National Champ-i Priscilla Blanton, age 100, of :. 7
and a number of nieces -1 ';.).' :
ions will be made as a result of Greenville '. ,'
televised competitions at a home and nephews. II '
game, of each of the 14 National Funeral services were held SUn- i' 0

WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN Football League teams. day at 3 pm in New Macedonia .m III C. T. (BUDDY) McWILLIAMS, JR

The Madison\ P P & K 'competitionis Baptist church south of Greenville AGENT, STANDARD OIL CO.

open to grade school boys aged with a large number attending. Her 5i i-\'." MADISON, FLA.
Mayo Highway Madison, Fla. Rev M J Fowler, conductedthe
: on six through 10, and will be held pastor
Now FEATURING in addition to the already famous :in October. services, assisted by Rev Harold -
) \ early Registration for
I M Johnston of Greenville. Organ .
HAMBURGER the CiRCUITCOURT
Hamburger the JUMBO BARBECUE event will be at Hardee Motor
regular
,
music was rendered by Mr Garbett,
f at 50c and on MEDIUM BUN FOR 40c. Co. now, There is no cost, but who accompanied the members ,of v USED WASHERSGOOD
entrants must be accompanied bya ,
Enjoy the.new taste sensation in town Our BARBECUE ; the ,church choir in their vocal
parent or guardian. Each entrant
The regular fall term of circuit
MERRITT. numbers. SELECTION
HAMBURGER. Your Host, JOHN will receive a P P & K badge. an Interment was in Evergreen court began Monday with Judge
instruction book written by NFL HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
I cemetery in Greenville with t'.ie: T Rowe presiding.The .
stars Johnny Unitas, Yale Lary and .
; CMKOURT I J Beggs Jr Funeral Home in charge following were excused from o 9 9 9 .
Rev O'Neil :McCullough, who is Paul Hornung, and an official of arrangements. jury duty: David C Byrd, Pasco .
I associated with the Cuban Refugee 1S61 NFL Guidebook.
Blount
Serving as pallbearers were Rye, Ralph Delmor O'Quinn,
PLEDGES KAPPA SIGMA
Center in Miami, will take a short After the Madison competition is
Messrs Albert Blanton, Tucker Blan- Walker Lewis, A C Ulm and Sim H
Fieleke,
leave from his duties, beginning Walter Fieleke and Cleta held, the scores of the most skillful Andrews.
ton, Rufus Blanton, Lee McGuire,
6 Oct. 9th, to conduct a series of meet- plaintiffs, vs Bassett Dairies, de: punters, passers and placekickersone John Andrews, Philip Smith, Jud- Grand jury was drawn as follows: Roy Franklin Milliron Jr has been?

Ings in Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Haiti, fendants. Settled by accord anc one in each age group-will be son Rowe, Eugene -Newsome and Bert I Thigpen, C H Brannen, pledged to Kappa Sigma fraternityat
''t 1 Dominican Republic, Islands payment and case dismissed wit a compared with the
; Virgin scores of boysin Lester Newsome. Emory Jackson, H L Leslie, JessieH FSU.
and Trinidad. Miss'Eva McCullough prejudice. the other competitions held in the Sullivan, W I McCullough, G A

returned to the states last week area covered by telecasts of the Wheeler, J D Scruggs, A T Aman,

I I from a similar trip to Jamaica, I Corn $1.05 in Jasper Madison The Football League Game. SIRMANS NEWS Gerald Norris, R D Garbett, S B
top five boys in this region
Puerto Rico & Haiti. Bass, I F Day, Henry Ragans, C C
and their fathers then will be givenan Bro Joe Blair ,filled his regular Crafton, Edgar H Blair, Quinton
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all-expense trip to see a home appointment at the church Sunday. Dryden, N C Colvin. pw
.:., game.: of the Champions,. and the
L. : < Again, we enjoyed an increase in Henry Ragans was appointed
PAYINGS'1aS boys will
punt, pass and'kick at
attendance. Our hearts rejoiced to, foreman of the grand jury, J D
the stadium either just before the .
Clementi Scruggs acting foreman, and Quin-
game starts have Mr and. Mrs W G .
or during half-time. torf Dryden clerk. C M.\ Buie was
The five top winners in the Mad- unite with the church by baptism
sworn in as bailiff to the grand
ison contest, whether or not they and Mrs Ronald Hudson to unite jury. SEE THE TOP

[ qualify for the national eliminations, by letter. May everyone begin to The Court then addressed the
.
will receive National Football] put (forth a special effort to attend grand jury. STARS RUN
League type football uniforms, the
the services every Sunday. The
five boys who place second .will NOW throughOCTOBER :
and
church needs every one every
receive warm-up jackets, and third 7th .
needs the church.
one CountyCourt
place winners will receive footballs.
Mr John Henry Mathis Jr of Lee CLOSED SUNDAYS '.

I ::: visited with his grandmother, Mrs _

\ LAND DEALS) H C Tuten Sunday. John Luther Griffin, driving without JEFFERSONKENNEL -r

; Mrs Mae :Antino purchased the license. Case dismissed, as defendant -
?
: Per Bushel for Corn Rufus A Scott and wife to Tom- Guy Neely home last week. Mr presented valid driver's CLUB'
Neely then purchased Mr H C license. Monticello; Fla.
mie Carswell Cook and wife, 150 ft David Glauber Nussbaum Jr
,
I Tuten's home. Mr Neely came here On U S 19
x 25 ft in NWtf of NW'h Sec
speeding, sentence withheld.
J A MITCHELL MILLING CO. 28Tp1 N, R 7 E, also 320 ft x from Michigan a short time ago. Mary Ella Savage, drunkenness, 3 Miles Northof

90 eft in NW& of NWU, Sec 28, We are glad to have hini ,stay on $25 or thirty days. U. S. 90

FLA. with us. f Mike J :Morrell driving without license
SY 2-2051 JASPER, Tp1N, R7E. SPECIAL SECTION

1 t I I'I W B Hagan and wife to Charles Mr and Mrs Leroy Bailey and $25 or thirty days. FOR NEGRO .FANS
Dennis Jr and wife S& of Lot 5, son, Danny of Tallahassee visited Oliver Ellison reckless driving i
Mrs Bailey's family, Mr and Mrs (willful and wanton),,_ $25 or thirty
.. Blip ,43._Greenville- .Investm ,.Co : RACESNIGHTLY 8:15
: .., : : .
b W- Chason Sunday? *- -* days.
lands, Town of
Greenville. Mrs Gertrude Mullis of Albany, James Anthony Kroll, driving :MATINEES 2:15 P. It
'I In Valdosta' Gaines R Starling and wife to without license, $25 or thirty days.
father Mr W L Cruce
Carl Smith and wife and Phillip visited her. ON SA'111RDAYSI

Smith 105 acres in Sec 26, Tp 2 N, over the \Vee nd.. LADIES ADMITTED
R 9 ,E.Clifford. Everybody remember prayer 1958 Studebaker Commander FREE TUES.-THURS.
meeting Wednesday night at 7:30.
Corbett and wife to '
Gaines R' Starling, quit-claim deedto 4-dr $825 Dine In Air-Conditioned
.
The Place To Shop Is INDONESIAN PROGRAM &. TEA TURF CLUB
45 acres in Sec 26, Tp 2 N,!
for Admission Only 50c .
R 9 E. overdrive good gas mileage.
The VVMS of the 'Baptist, church, '
W 0 Raines and wife to GainesR presented a program on Indonesiaand HARDEE MOTOR CO. No Minors Allowed

: Starling quit-claim deed to 45 Malaya Monday afternoon in

Castle ParkThe acres in Sec 26, Tp 2 N, R 9 E. the Educational Building. Those taking -
Stanley Williams and wife to part on the program were Mrs

Broadus Willoughby, Lot 18, Edge- Van H Priestchairman, Mrs W S IRRIGATIONComplete

wood S/D. Cooper, Mrs Clinton Harris, Mrs H

James Lester Pate to Ralph E McArthur and Mrs C T McWil- .
Davis and wife 150 ft ft liams. Dressed in native costumes, Systems Installed & Financed .' .- -
Modern Center then 194 .. <, .
Shopping < '
they told of the past history and
then 145, ft then 208 ,
present day conditions on this country '5* ,"t
ft to point of beginning, in SE% ',
made up of more than 3000 '" ..
of NWU. Sec 16, Tp 1 N, R 7 E. islands and speaking over 200

Mrs Agnes Handley to Mrs Aus- languages. They also told of what I '", '-,., ,,'
Free Parking sie Morris, bill of sale to personal progress Baptists are making there. e' :.

property in The Grill, in Green- The program closed with the read- i. :. i I).s\, .,

ville Fla. ing of the 67th, Psalm. ;

Guy A Neely to Mae Ruth Antonio An IndonesianTea followed us- f .:i."-:J": JP'
Distributors for: :
Indonesian decorations, customs .
ing
Lots 1 and 2, Blk 5, J D .

'. Visit These Friendly Stores: Sirmons land in village of Sirmons, and business refreshments.A meeting. was held priorto DEMING TURBINE, PUMPS .-',.. ., -2.....--..

T together with small strip running the program,' conducted by the CONTINENTAL POWER UNJTS l :. : ',
:.J. # .
said lot. '?
between
president, Mrs J A Davis.

I':" CASTLE PARK VARIETY STORE Leroy B Yates to Gurley Yates, .. U. S.; ELECTRIC MOTORS _-'). %-4
\ 32.25 acres in Cherry Lake Farms New MHS cheer leaders for the :!
A REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE .
;; ;
>' Project subject' to easements, etc B football team are Mary Carol -;! t z-;.,_
Naughton. Patty Hughes, Bess Williams ;FITTINGPlan
CASTLE PARK PHARMACY i *-*-**_ '- .. -44 .
-
.. ", : Mrs H Wamock had-as weekend Harriet Gandy, Ann Ragans

guests her son and daughter- and Bonnie Hamilton.x t.. 0'- now for your future irrigation needs,. :::.: ,;:;. -

: in-law Mr and Mrs Henry Warn : -x- .. '
t.'i .: TALBOTT PAINT & WALLPAPER CO and son Henry and also her daughter Waring Wyche returned ESTIMATES GIVEN f a_

:: Mrs Everett Fluornoy. all .oi f Sunday night from a week's 'trip to .

..:, Macon, Ga.Wiring. New York. .."-;. Get Our Prices Before You Buy !' -.a\,..s:> '

: : -' laRUE'S Several top quality refrigerators -

and Repair and ranges, used only a HACKNEY BROTHERS. : ,' :.

'. .- few months, at a good discount. Phone 752-3161 *.Lake (J y,
GREEN TURTLE RESTAURANT. .; Bryan Electric Co. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. ,' '...k1-1 IJt ; t'ar"

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Obi'liPin,1 Tree F estival At Perry Oct.. 20. 21J '




,... '!1 _, .-....
nHi J <.* 'HURT AS CAR' OVERTURNS' FOR 'FUEL OIL, 'CALL
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on several C. T. (Buddy) McWilliams, Jr.
'top-of-the line G-E appliances at Drink DR. PEPPER
CO.- .
Thomas Harvey 44. of Madison AGENT STANDARD OIL : :<
Howerton Supply Co.WalkerBailey.
suffered a cut forehead and apparently HU 3.2279Television

t minor chest injury about why suffer from ( g T
10:30 o'clock Sunday morning when i a
Wedding Attention U of 'F the car he was driving overturnedon Troubles? ..
State Road 221 'near Ebb. /
HOTWEATiIERL.
Miss Margaret Ann Walker, and: Trooper W C Kilpatrick said
Ralph W Bailey were married Saturday AlumniYou i S 1 Harvey's 1960 sedan left the pave- Call Lee Radio & T-V for fast and

Sept. 16 in Hopewell Baptist ment after he apparently fell asleep. reliable service. We service all Bad Humor, ? .
-church, The Rev W, B Horton of The car traveled along the right makes. Factory trained technician -- .
:
yaldosta Officiated at impressive are Invited'to attend a meet shoulder criss-crossed the pavementand with 16 years experience. .Phone
.double ring ceremony. I ing of University of Florida alumniat landed on its top in the right HU 36182. 5-tf-ch
The bride is the daughter of Mr McNeil's Restaurant, Monday ditch.. Get New LOW COST
.
and Mrs Max L 'Walker of. Route night, Oct. 9, 7:30' p. m.. Dutch The car was demolished. TWO SALES _

one, Madison and the bridegroomis Supper. 6-lt-ch
$tan.dattr
AMERICAN
the son of Mr and Mrs Homer FOR ELECTRONIC "Mr Broadus Willoughby Realtor .
Bailey, ,of Route three, Greenville.The BROTHER DIES reported the sale of two houses last
couple sooke their vows be- -' week. (Whole, douse air:/cofldi ionin&

fore a background of magnolia foliage Piano Tuning Joseph Mitchell Hale, 67, a nativeof One house in Hancock Terrace '
[)
and palm branches and a: standardof Madison county, died last Fridayin sold to Mr and Mrs Jimmy Abbott for free.es/r/nafe/ call
white gladioli, 'mums and 'pompons CALL Perry, where he had lived most ,and,lone in Edgewood subdivisionsold'to '
flanked by seven-branched of his life. Funeral services were Mr and Mrs Jack Dasher JOHN :P. AGNER

candelabra holding lighted white .W. T. RYCROFTPhone held Monday afternoon in New

candles. Home Baptist church. PLUMBING: AND 'HEATING
Mrs Albert Gentry, pianist,; resented : Cherry Lake .$389 or Among the survivors<< is a brother, Drink,:WLPEPRHfc
a program of wedding music Write: Rt. 3 Madison. Fla. John, of Madison county. including the traditional marches
and accompanied Miss Sallie Wilson

who sang I Love You Truly, Whither
!Thou Goest artd The Lord's Prayer.
The bride's attendants were her!
sister Mrs F D O'Quinn as matron- t
of-honor; and bridesmaids were
Misses Gall and Patsy Kelley, of
Madison.
Best man for the bridegroom

was his brother, Wallace Bailey of .... .f:........ I.
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Greenville and ushers were James q ::;:::->i. :;W'-i.:; ; : ;;:;; :::::::-a.::
Bailey, brother of the bridegroomof h LNew Lounge-Tilt Seat "
Greenville, and Darrell Bailey
Adjust front seat cushion hydraulically
his cousin LOVELY, of Tallahassee.BRIDE .... for comfortable knee height. Optional.

The bride was" given in marriage T-- ? New Double-Safety Brake System ,:'

by her father. She was\lovely in her Tandem master:cylinders, one for front... 4:
white ballerina length wedding -; 1962 Rambler) Ambassador V-8, braes one fpr:.its;..Standard.the r .ft
gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta. actions.packedcomPact.t .

The basque bodice had a bateau New Road Command Suspension- ... ..
neckline and long sleeves which New springs, new control arms, new "
came to points at the wrists. Her \ outer ball joints, new steering ease.
fingertip veil was, held, by a Juliet Rambler Classic Ambassador V-8.

bandeau of sequins and pearls. The New
33,000-MUe Lubrication
bridal 'bouquet was of feathered A.nn0" n.n..'C'; ri' Most,Ramb err models,require lubrication
carnations centered: with a purple-
:: .r
throated orchid. whichever! only every occurs 3,years first. or 33,000 miles
l'
matron-of-honor chose two-
The a
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})iece.Kel1y'green dress of tulle over .t New, 2-Year Engine Coolant
taffeta, with headpiece and shoes Dowgard Full-Fill.Coolant( protects

in af.matching shade.. .She carried, ji r bl j ; f cooling s y rte ms.(Low cost.) 24-month, .

crescent bridesmaids bouquet of pink wore carnations.The identical. m. : J "e' F' .O'F"; 62\ : : New or,24,OOO-mil 'warranty.Oil -?

Kelly green dresses of tulle over ,000-"Mife Change
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taffeta designed with scooped neck- .. .. r --- Now go twice as J long between normal .
lines, with matching headpieces and engine oil cla.n. $es. Oil.filters'standard.,. t

bouquets shoes. Their'were semi-crescent of pink carnations.The shaped. ,Nw Style! New. Savings! NewSafetyl:! New Battery Guarantee.Doubled
:
bride's mother wore a blue If battery fails within 2 years or 24,000
New Lower Prices Most Models-' miles,it will be *
lace dress with bone accessories anda '. on ( ;replaced charge.

red carnation corsage. New Best Rustproofinz ', ;
The mother of the bridegroom'chose' Deep-Dip'ruStproq&ng up to the roof .
; aqua lace over 'taffeta, with zinc-clad below door
t body panels. .
white' accessories and her' corsage

was of pink ,carnations., ... New E-Stlck No-Ciutch.Pedrl:! Tra.'smisslon' -
) ....... .'. ..... .2' < . ,
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A reception was given immediately /: No-clutch driving at fraction of.usual
ceremony the 1 cost. Stick-shift '
following the on '$ economy. American. "

church lawn. > f>. New Wider Track Wheels i -

with The a lace bride's cloth table and centered was covered with f :kr.. .., ., .'. ,. r'\ Classic and Ambassador have widestt

.: track of any compact. New stability. ,
the three-tiered wedding cake embossed :;: "
with garlands of roses and \ ;.Y

wedding bells, and topped with a ._ ,
...
miniature bride and groom. .. '' .' .
Mrs Betty Martin cut the wedding .
cake assisted by :Miss Sandra Wynn. n c,
Miss :Mary Grace Sapp kept the
bride's book. Pouring punch were
Miss Margaret Jean Kelley and Miss
Loraine Townsend.:
After a brief wedding trip the

couple will make their home in '"

Columbus Ga, near Fort Bennins ..i ... .
where PFC Bailey is presently stationed -
in the U S Army.
For traveling the bride was wearing C"
,
blue pleated dress accented ee '
a *-+ '"": '
,;. .
with the orchid from her bridal >-' r" .

bouquet, and bone accessories. '. '!':. .. ., T 'Y 1962 Rambler Classic Sis, the aU-pwrpose compact. .

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NAMED BOARD CHAIRMAN New
Gas-Saviflj Automatic Transmission
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New Flash-O-Ma tic for 6 cylinder carS: .
Mrs Van H Priest was named 102 Ways New Come discover
how you share Rambler's progress! Dis- Near standard shift economy.Optional/
chairman of the board of Florida '
State Welfare District No. 3 at a and Better... cover new beauty In cars more'useful, more livable, New 27% More Read Clearance

luncheon meeting in Chiefland Wed more service-free. Cars that resist- rust, stay new longer, 27%,more road clearance in the '62 .
nesday. District 3 consists of nine Take a Discovery cost I less..Discover, : new performance,handling, corn e i-*- Rambler Classic and Ambassador V-8.

counties, Madison, Levy, Gilchrist, Drive and See ing, ride. Interiors that rival 56,000 cars. .DiscoverY. ) --_ 19% more in Rambler American.
Taylor, Suwannee, Columbia, Ham- much more car for your money.! ':* v jp*.-' .'-t'. '. New
... Improved Cetaallc-Armored Muffler
ilton, Lafayette and Dixie. Mrs L R ,,., : : JI '. ., If Ceramic-Armored muffler
or tailpipe
Woodard, also board member at- f ,
: rusts out (collision damage ),
tended the meeting.. They were accompanied excepted
by Mr Woodard. a Rambler dealer will replace it free as ... '
long as original buyer owns his Rambler.

Plagued And .;,,.. .' .
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Unwire eating or ttrinldnr my b* ;,
'a oarce of mild bat annoying bladder ff 4. r'!1
irritations-making you feel restlett.t ..
ns and uncomfortable. And if rat- .:t-: :j;
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less nights with nagging backache .
headache or muscular aches and pain ; r
due to over-exertion, strain or emotional -' 'i." ,
upset, are awing to your misery-don't I! ; t' New AlrUner Redinln Bucket Seats .. .
wait-try Dotn'a Pills t 1962 Rambler American Convertible, automatic ttandard. ,
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top Nothing them at rice. _. .
Doan'c Pilta act S way for speedy ,. surpasses any ./'
relief. 1-They have a soothing effect : ;" .- Five positions. Double-thick foam. '; .. _- : I
bladder irritation ;
on 2-A fast pain- t
relieving action on nagging backache _
headaches muscular aches and pains. '
i'l IJLV1VEBLER
a-A wonderfuLy mild diuretic action ""'" ; .; l : ,: 'WORLD STANDARD OF COMPACT CAR EXCELLENCE
"t., i
thru the :
kidneys increase "
tending to the '"
output of the 15 mile*l kidney tube ::1: :.
So. get the same happy relief millions -t ,
have enjoyed for over 60 year New.
large economy site saves money. GetJ \ '
j' >oaD'. Pill today IDOAN'S et..rr Vickers ImplementCo. Inc. -
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II :Pine Tree Festival At Perry: Oc.10 to. 21




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SBetThty AT THE MAY SHOP

AT YOUR \
Classified Ads

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Chuck Wagon : Night cook and night waitress' ; now"J
'wanted for 3.12 o'clock shift If
,_ ATTENTION' WOMEN: not experienced don't apply

WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN, home
WITHOUT any experience you cane
OCTOBER 8th. '
of those famous barbecue hamburgers
money for your Christmas '5-tf-ch ""t/-< ,- Ladies': Ne\v,.Fall : : SPORTSWEARDRESSES
shopping by selling Avon Cosmeticsand ., -,
,
: toiletries in your vicinity. Write 4 by Frane-Queen Casual

I Sunday Dinner--95 OUIDA CT :SWEAT, P. 0 Box 540 $250 to'Watkins$500 MONTH Dealers! That in this)is what area by> .',Nell.. ... Jon'June. .*. .. f .Fox ", .
Live Oak, Fla. many NEW FALL SHOES
: l i'
are making. Watkins Products are SKIRTS & 'SWEATERSto
'} YOUR CHOICE*"" *", '''. 7:: nationally advertised! Would you COSTUME JEWELRY,
,
consid :Watkins Route? Maybe match by Jean Castle
a ,
FOR SALE: One used Fuel Oil
ROAST CHICKEN AND DRESSING v.. Floor ":Heater" excellent condition( f' you can qualify. Write: Wat- .Boy',*or Girls' BUSTER BROWN ;;
ROAST BEEF WITH BROWN GRAYY4, .. thermostatic control, all automa kinS' Produ c'ts. Ino, 659 West t, <
BOY SWEATERS Clothes for Children
BLUE .
} Peachtree Street N. E.. Atlanta t.
BREADED VEAL CUTLET "-, ., ., tic. Priced to selL J B DAVIS JR 4-3t-ch ..r
: Phone HU 3-6601 Madison. 4-lt-ch: 8, Georgia. ; ,, SHOE SPECIALS '
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CHOICE OF ANY THREE -, ,t:'" ( 1 ..
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Chev-rolet: ? Wanted *:1 'Group-LB-F. Children's Storybook
:MASHED POTATOES .. .STEAMED RICE 1 Men S <
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'GARDEN: $ .9s '4.98 value SHOES VALUES TO ?6
CANDIED YAMS PEAS PHILLIS PARRAMORE, 601 W, -- ; 'J.' :

LIMA BEANS ,: _, .. PICKLED BEETS Base, Madison i I A. ..I' ::;:* SHOES '& PRICE NOW % PRICE
I't --' "*" "
SALADPINEAPPLE
COLE SLAW POTATO : 1
FOR SALE CHEAP: Oil heaters Career.I'EItronic !
CHOPPED SALAD SALAD : -
drums and copper tubing; also 2 ;

HOME MADE CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP furnished apartments for rent. m "J J .i
MRS J J NEWMAN, HU -2523. S
SERVED WITH 6-tf-ch : r zefLay hop

HOT ROLLS,:BUTTER, COFFEE OR TEA:
FOR RENT Two bedroom house, .
,, AND A MONTH:'1' X; WE GIVE S&H..GREEN STAMPS
'_ ..- DESSERT .... ,. unfurnished. Located near the $400 TO $600, ,\. '.

I '. Tobacco Warehouse and Precision- ,',ELZIE ,& EVELYN :MAY, Owners-Mrs- Evelyn Driggers, Mgr.
Contact Vickers ImplementCo. ,
I 4 ware. Call HU 3-9628
: 5-lt-ch ....PHONE HU 3-6750 MADISON, FLORIDA

Daily SpecialPlate General Dress making. Alter- FRIDAY .
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ations, Mending MRS DUR- Between 9:30 and 11:00 A. M. CIRCUIT COURT Drink DR. PEPPERLions' '

WARD SMITH. Phone HU

3-6156: Madison. 5-4t S Waitress Wanted. Carroll Edward Welch entering
Club
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Lunch 49 !
- without breaking with intentto
HELP WANTEDMALEReal I
commit grand larceny. -
Apply at
Estate Opportunity Defendant had been placed on probation At the Lions' Club meeting Tuesday -

CAN YOU SELL? last year. Affidavit of viola Rudy Hamrick ,showed a movieon

CIRCUIT COURT Griffin, Dale Tyler and Luther Dan Strout Realty seeks area represen- The Chuck Wagon tion of probation was filed Aug. Civil Defense, principally in its
'
Cullifer, breaking and entering. ''As tatives. Money-maker for the man 31st, and probation order was set relation to Agriculture. He also
to, Herman Lee Griffin: neither he who can sell Strong training, guidance MADISON, FLORIDA aside. Defendant sentenced to state made a talk on the subject and the
State vs Ernestine Tompkins nor surety answered and $1500 and support. Company furnishes M prison for five years. increasing interest of the public in
murder in first, degree. Defendant The the following
bond estreated. grand jury presented anti-fallout shelters.
,
forms *
ALL advertising signs sup
adjudged insolvent and W T Davis Fifteen prospective jurors were : true bills: Prior to the Mr Ham
Hundreds ,of live prospect program
appointed to represent :her. Defendant plies. "If{ of it Charles 1 Davis, unlawfully aiding -
'drawn for Oct 4th. leads each month. Nationwide advertising you're proud rick who is an ardent University
I plead not guilty and case set and
'assisting being interestedin
.f" .' The grand jury presented the following brings Buyers from every Florida booster, was presented by
for trial Oct. 9th. pf" true' bills '* and connected with the promoting President Lay with a black armband -
:
where. You must have: initiative,
Charles L Davis case set for)- trial Emmett Solomon, breaking and excellent, character (bondable), sales brag it to the t and conducting 01 a lottery for to wear in commemoration of
October 10th.Johnny money.. his team's being able to eke out
entering.
ability, financially responsible, Op "
Sneed, assault with intentto Leonard D Hicks, grand'larceny.' portunity-with! the World's Largest' North Florida Fair! '" r, Eugene Edwards and' Billy Joe only a tie with FSU's team in the
murder, case set for trial Oct. I Llfidsey, breaking and entering. football fame last Saturday.
L C Robinson, breaking*,and en' real estate Supermarket. William R Boone Herman Lee

4th.Willie Linzy Robinson, breakingand tering. t 251 STROUT Park REALTY Avenue 'South Inc. Oot. 31-- Nov 4 Griffin Dale Tyler and Luther Dan BABY WILSON' T '

entering. Defendant plead not The grand jury returned no bills New York 10, N. Y. Cullifer, breaking and entering. -
guilty and case set for trial Oct. 4th in cases of James Gallon and Robert William R Boone, Dale Tyler and Mr and Mrs Bryan Wilson announce -

Willie Linzy Robinson, unlawful Baker Jr.Grand FLUE FIRE Luther Dan Cullifer, breaking and the arrival of a baby boy
escape from Madison County jail jury recessed with the PECANSWe ''An oil stove flue fire summonedthe entering. early Thursday morning. He is the

while confined on a felony charge. thanks of the court. i fire department Monday afternoon D C 'Williams, aggravated as grandson of Mr and Mrs E B "Bub"
Defendant plead guilty.D at 1:25 o'clock to the homeof sault. Wilson Madison.RADIATORS .
of
Sneed convicted Wed-
Johnny was will again buy your pecans
C Williams aggravated assault. Annie Bell oil South Parramore D C Williams and Lige Webb.
assault and ,
Defendant plead not guilty.D nesday of aggravated this season at top prices. street. The house is owned by J L I unlawful possession of moonshine
months in
sentenced to eighteen We have REPAIRED
C Williams and Lige Webb, : Sullivan. There was very little dam. whiskey still
unlawful possession of moonshine prison. Q Plenty of Texas White Ber- age. D C Williams and Lige Webtyunlawful McWILLIAMS GARAGE
Willie linzy Robinson was convicted muda, onion plants.
whiskey still. Each plead guilty. possession of one gallon 1
red,, sweet potatoes,
and
Fred Porter, D C Williams and of breaking entering Georgia. Carlton Smith is, under treatment and more of moonshine whiskey.Fred Grand jury reported no bills incases
Lige Webb conspiracy, two cases. with intent to commit a felony. He! 2.50 bu. fresh peaS for at the local hospital as the. Porter, D C Williams and of A B Keene and Charlie
Bushels of
Severance granted, and Williams was breaking sentenced and entering to ten and years five years for: FREEZING Q or table use. result of a heart attack the past; Lige Webb, conspiracy ((2). Mae Dobson. _' ....
guilty in both cases:
& Webb plead
week.
Fresh fruits and vegetables.
William R Boone, Herman Lee! for escaping jail. .

MH MMMMBM BIIBBMaHl B BH H1 LSurles .DO BUGS BOTHER YOU? ,
1 L & Sons -
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MADISON, FLA.r OKAY, LET'S GET .RID OF 'EM, AND FAST. CALLUS

z y4S Mr and Mrs Bill Tomlinson and Election of Three Supervisors.,,for NOW COLLECT IF ROACHES, ANTS, WATER.
terms of tour years each and one
: ;; children, Don and Ann, were guests Supervisor for two year term for BUGS, FLEAS AND TERMITES ARE MAKING YOUR

,' t, Sunday of their parents, Mr and Madison Soil Conservation District. LIFE MISERABLE WE'LL ELIMINATE 'EM, AND

.) ( C D Tomlinson enroute from Talla- Pursuant to the Soil ConservationAct J

; s hassee to their new home, in At-. Chapter 582 Florida Statutesof BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. :
lanta. 1949 and Chapter 28094 of 1953
notice- hereby given of an electionto
--x- Phone 293-J
o Mrs' Will Tedder of Jacksonvilleis : be held on October 17, 1961 for Perry Florida
the election of three (3) supervisors
'" the guest this week of Mrs L E
for terms of four (4) years each
Leslie.
and one (1) supervisor for two (2j

ah\. ..e :! ... year term.POLLING. FARM MACHINERY AUCTION
.; ;: PLACES:
\ ,- SAYE ,roo Jack Johns Store Cherry Lake Fla.
$ Joe S Reams Store, Greenville, Fla.
Stokes Store, Lee, Fla. Our next Farm Equipment Auction Sale will be .

Courthouse, Madison Fla.J Wednesday, October 11, beginning. at 10:00 a. m,' ;
T Woodward Store Pinetta; Fla.
Blanton's Store Simians, Fla.. 50 TO: 75 TRACTORS-SEVERAL HUNDRED "

Polling, places will be open. between PIECES OF EQUIPMENT '
the hours of 8:00 a. In. ,.hand5K0 .J. ,
"i
p. m. A few of the tractors already consigned are:-, : : "7:
oats All qualified electors residing ; I
st within the District shall be eligibleto t' .',
vote in this election.A 10-8W Fords 1-130 Farmall W/Equip,
1 PLATE BEEF STEW qualified elector as defined in 2-640 Fords 1-330 Farmall W/Equip,

... ,' .' the Florida Soil Conservation :Act 1-850 Ford 2-TO-30: Fergusons .. In
,' ." *', ... .. ."...-.. LBS.29C includes any person qualified to 1-WD45 Allis Chalmers 1-40 Ferguson :" *;*s: N
f
'" e.' 2 1-Dl4 Allis Chalmers W/ 1-Massey-Harris Pacer
,
vote in general elections under the JuIP ,;
< 1WD Allis Chalmers 4-B John Deeres _
Constitution and Statutes of this oF'" >
state who is also a landowner in 1-G Allis Chalmers 1-50 John Deere W/Equ lprl
i CHICKEN NECKS the herein named district 1-Oliver 55 Diesel 1-R John Deere jJ
Do you know ALL the ways a COMPLETE-SERVICE bank BACKS AND' WINGS' M. O. WATKINS AdministratorState 1-Super H Farmall W/Equip 1-440 John Deere Crawletw' .

.. like ours can help"you in the care and handling of your Soil Conservation Board. ..i-A Farmall 1-4Q John Deere Crawler '
t that,arises MOWLMHib 1 Cub Farmall W/Equip. 1-TD6 Int. Crawler ,
of financial -
problem .
:, money the solving every --59 ;
Sfopkg <<:,
1-Ford Ma jot-Diesel 1-T4 Int. Crawler
in day-txrday living? 250 c. Sept 29 Oct 6-ch ;
':;\ your ," ; .

t :: Come in and let us show how much COMPLETE banking SMOKED SAUSAGE ]1959 Merctffy Mo ter- ANYONE,CAN,' BUY OR SELL ,
convenience as.
service can mean to you in time-saving AND -:
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I, well as in smooth, sound financial sailing always.FJAR1DABANKATMADISON. 4-dr Merc- -matic Phone- Day YU5-5048'. Night YU5-3255 or, YU5-3275 .
., WEINEES rey i ,
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S 3 Ibs .. .. $1.00 Colqratt Tractor Company S > #
radio heater $1495IIARDEEMQTOR
'S.. Come and get 'em! ..., --:
Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationAnd CHARLIE 'WYNN MGR. S Hi-way 33 North Moultrie, Ge. .

Florida National Group of Banks .' t ; t -MEAT DEPT CO. ':

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CHRISTIANS 't- such a pe-
that they stand ,- 3ij ; i
outside the laws which God has *
written Into nature, the laws that
'govern all human beings whether : -
Christian or not. The Christian
,child has to learn his lessons and 4 v F.E:
t t. finish his spinach:

.,,.,,";,'. just like other '
Ii "., '.'.9 : children. The .
yiS. ; $ A '
:t ;, f'jm, Christian teen- \ d
4 lager is not going 3 t 4 ..
y- to find he can get : U
x f. by without doing vc c ti .
w his home work
,just because he is
Y: a Christian. The .
-. boy who goes out ,
,Dr. Foreman for the basketball J 3
in
:team'had better be a good player .- x
or he won't get on the team, and i
that holds for' Roman Catholics ,, ,,"" .
or. Quakers just the same as for
Atheists. ..
There are certain laws of -...' Q "
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'growth which are in force at all
times and for all persons., ,The j
Christian grows, and can grow }- .
"<)nJ7' in the way that others''do : r2" rl

when it comes physical, mental 1 ')'.' ....".:: ..... ...... ,, 1:.. t'>
and social growth.But what about of'.' Tke ,' >,') ... 'oS-. >."' ....r.'- .. ,

spiritual, growth? How cyan we, ... ", ,.. It .c., ;. ., .,Y :"'.'; (
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or can we, make progress as f. t if" .

Christians Uara: from MI"-_ ___ .;.J;l };':' : ,
First of all, and most foundatlonal tJ&tcIARAtTh&te4; t' 3 f.
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'of an; the Christian be- 'fl.' J >
comes more of ,a..Christian.-he :....i $ '" (

'becomes more Christian in every .
>aspect of his life-, ,by ,learning : / '
from Jesus. This means at least r .
that Jesus is THE TEACHER. ,
the number One teacher of the Co' ; "
.
growing Christian. U we take seriously ': 'Mi' ,
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,the claims of Jesus as we ::1 t f ( ,
read them In'' the New Testa- j
meat: if.we take seriously'what ';, (
the church says about the divine ,. _. '- ._ __ ,- :' i : I
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only authority logical of' conclusion,our Lord is then: If the we {, Years ago there were many who disputed the .ndvel idea,. _. J ". t tJ

take any! other authority: we ahead are mmcereat of3hedauthoity'pf'Jesus J; t.. of free and compulsory public education._ The 'first. truancy t : :. '>

b st ,Now-..worst we can't.inconsistent learn from at '' laws were opposed as infrinm;nIS_ on: liberty. t 1'I Church: ft the greatest factor on earth fot ::1 of. .) .

:..Jesus we.don't rate thename. of But as our children return this fall school$that will moldJheir _the building of character and igood citizenship.. }
.. .. It cl values .t..
Without
..;4'c11I ip1e"-:which! Js, to :say, :.; J : u'astoahoase spiritual } ft.strong. J.
1.'leam "_11 ,we .never Lead or f':. growing minHs i -does, a sifigle parent: complain 1 ?" ..' .Church! ,'neither.democracy'. 'civilization:. ., .. ,. (
stop to think: about what Jesus \. rcan survive. There are four. sound reasons wbjr
f/, t t
said. The:study f.the'.four Gospels I l' ;. I believe: 'in'.sound:religious 'education, as well.1 The molding every person'should:,attend .services regularly and. 4 I ;

is absolutely indispensable .,.:, of the character should 'keep' \with the molding--of support the Ch rdt. They are: ((1)) For his own .." ,
ior.Christian.growth.. : pace sake '((2))' For'his children,,sale.:. ((3)' For...the' s. v.. .e #

\jCopy t When! the, mind.. ,I' y : sake of his community! and nation. ((4)) For the -: '
Of.'course, learning from,Jesus sake of,the Church.'i-which-Deeds his moral .
:is not. only learning to do as he .:. .:' Naturally I never, want my government to exercise com 7 and material support Flan- to go to church {, j <

says to, but do also as he and does always'to live learning as- ; pulsion in this sacred area. And my Church, while it offers regularly and ready your Bible daily. .. : < :;

he lived. Even those who not : ; 1 "
are -
." Christians understand this, Christianity a complete curriculum of; religious .training. does so: on a free.. THE CHURCH. FOR ALL .- y ': "J
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is fully possible Bernard '" and voluntary basis. x ALL FOR THE t CHURCH- l .
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,Shaw said once, only in a nationof ,

I Christs.precisely Quite what right;Christians and thatu J': lit I'm a parent! And, though I find that example l andencouragementjisually Jq BookProverbs i Chapter '-. vines M'. ,.. tl

[should be aiming at-a nation of suffice, I'm, r not above telling Johnny, Sunday. s_ : 2. I' 1.tJ .' .- /
... Christs. But after aH, some one : .; Monday Proverbs; \ 2',' 1022Copyright ...J.t"i1Bt:: i .

,in will vastly say, Jesus different lived circumstances long ago and r" -r, YES, SON, _YOU HAVE' TO GO TO. SUNDAY Tuesday II Timothy -' 1 ',.17.. : f t

from ours. How can we follow : :' ,.: SCHOOL. !" Wednesday Psalms, 119 9.16 >. .

{him At?this point we have a valuable tl:,? I e. : As_ a- : child begins to. see th.importance .F'.th- has ,in our.- ,Thursday Friday, Proverbs Psalms i 119. 4' _' :;9NOf.1.9,. J ';':j.'. -, r .
hint from what seems' at first a =ti 'f'
conceited remark by Saint Paul . lives.and in the strength of our nation .-y ou_ '11 1 be surprised ptoay I Kings. 2 ,\ :.1t4 : v _
but is not really conceited: "Copy ,':' _
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is a pathetic; tragic fact that ._ .....S"--..__--- "

Christianity most Christians has not are spread stunted.in the '. MADISON DRUG STORE MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY / i .

world as one would expect and ; .. t'c ,
one big reason is that we don't MADISON FLORIDA MADISON, FLORIDA : '
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have enough good samples of i
genuine all-round ,Christians. We ; : .
'are scrawny in spirit for the same ,;;" MESSERBAT1' RV & TIRE CO. THEENTERPRISE-RECORDER :]

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reason that some sick people are : : ; ; 'j
underweight in body: we can't ,
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or won't take proper nourishment .: : ,Your Friendly Home paper. $3.75 a year, or 10c a COY .'. <.'1
"There is still much that I could ., from the Boys ;>c"i .. :

say to you but the burden..wouldbe -i; \' .' WESTERN. AUTO. STORE- .'.::. ".,.' ,.t...:. ,
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too great for you now; Jesus < ." "" ;
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dress as Paul '
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writes to the Corinthians,"but,as :' : g" PHONE HU 3-2340, MADISON, FLORIDA *
." babes in Christ." Not even .-. .'4f. :-" J.
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.. not ready ,for it, or who rejects :' '. .... :When your clothes ,are not becoming to you they should J

U. There is a mental disease"or, i t Fraleigh-Ashley Truck & Tractor Co : .!:"J beaming to us- Phone HU 3-2355 ' 3:: : .
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symptom, known as abo'ulia. In ....- -:, : .! .. ,? : iJ
which the does not .. '
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1 days' fasting,. down in front of a ;" ; }1! DAYLIGHT DEPT. STORE / : ** : ,
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.... Notice is hereby given that the following described lands in the 1,BUSINESSMEN -
w City of Madison .Florida or 'so much thereof as will be necessary to i Marriage certificates for sale at The
: BUILDING CJ' re.u pay' the amount due for taxes of 1959 herein set opposite to the! Newspaper advertising Enterprise-Recorder office.Attention .
St.N CLzoAE. same together with cost of such sale and advertising will be sold r i
at public auction on Monday, the ,30 day of Oct. A. D. 1961 at the i

i, E hour of 12 o'clock noon at the office of the City Clerk, City' Hall. can help you make
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County of Madison, State of Florida. *
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NE 'IO S' Lots 1' & 2, Block B, Fraleigh- ,.*I. money as well as have ,

I't Smith Sub-Div ...._ Theodore Warren $21.00 FLORIDANIo4oristsi
HIlL, Lots 8, 9, 10, Block C, Plant fun in business.
0i Addition _.......... ._.. ._ Joe '& Mary Graham 7.00 }
i MATERIAL.e/ ,,. Leedion Lot 19, Block E, Plant Addition Avera 'Moore '& ;.T,Sloan ,- 16.50 I .
t VALDOSTJT Cpr"MSt. Lot 10, Block F/':' Plant.Addition... Ollie & Rosa Frazier. 2.50 Call HU 36361MADISON -
Certain-Teed A phalt'Shingles 5.95 Lot 20 Block A, Vickers Sub-Div. James Barfield 2.50 I
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15 Year Warranty Part of SW%, Reed DB 73 PG 331 Willie McCray & Perry Oliver 2.90
a Per Sq.
Part of S% of NW%, Reed DB 62 OVERCOMES ,:
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: 4x8x14 AD Plywood .____..sheet $ '2.45 PG 367 .. Robert 'James '3.00J FOLKSTON ...
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4x8x3/4 AD Part of NE%, Reed DB 81 PG 40 B Delaughter'" .r .. X2.50
Plywood ___sheet $ 6.15Disappearing
& Madison High School's football
4
Lot Block A. Hal Stoy Sub-Div. Buck Annie ,Franklin 9.50.
; Attic Stairway _____.______$14.95 Lots 7 & 8, Block H, Hal'Stoy team scored all its 13 points in the
Sub-Div. .. Alex Richard .... 5.00 first quarter and won over Folks- J
Outside White Paint ________u____..gal. $3.35 Lot 12,, Block. H, V Hal.. Stoy. Sub- .. ton Ga, in the opening game here \
High Quality. .Mildew and Fume Resistant. Div .._: : Gdssie. Mae,Johnsozi. ,. 3.00..,last Friday night. I4 I t tI
d V2 in. Celotex Sheathing ......per M 55.00 Lot 7, Block 2, J'L &W L Tooke Edgar Barrs made Madison's first I !>
Waterproof Sub-Div. :. .. Milton Bell .. .oo I score on a 12-yard run following a 1
Lot 9, Block 6, J L'& W.L Tooke I : 70-yard drive,. and Billy Williams
:. Celotex Ceiling iI e _. ...-__...per'M $1 07.5Q. Sub-Div. Peter Buggs :-- :: passed 20 yards to Roy Floyd for ON TRAVELER \
} 12x12 or 12x24-Diamond White Lot 8, Block, J L &' W L Tooke 3.00'1 the .second score. Bradley Smith !
I t Sub-Div George Barfield kicked the extra point. AUTOMOBILE
PAY CASH AND SAVE CALL ,CH 2-3760 .
Lots 5 & 6, Block 2, J X & WLToolce. Ben Rogers scored a touchdown ; \
NELIO CHEMICALS Inc. SID Rachel & Bennie Benjamin 4.00 forFolkston in the final period. .,.INSURANCE I
I ALEX H SMITH, TAX COLLEcIORBuys The Georgia boys led Madison in *
CYPRESS ST. VALDOSTA GA.Pretty first downs 12 to 10, but failed to 1. New Low Rates '
NOTICEI capitalize on them .
except once.
2.: Safe Driver Saving I
A D Aldrich Director of the .
Florida Game and Fresh Water BABY SMITH 3. Local -Servt.die. >
'Ij picture post cards of North Mr and Mrs Kenneth Agent .
Mrs Carl Fish Commission Smith of
I Karstedt and Miss do hereby certify
Florida Junior for
College sale at
| Cooledge, Ga.
are
Phillis Paramore were visitors in that the Commission in' official announcing the ...
The Enterprise-Recorder office. 5c birth in'the Thomasville
Jacksonville Friday and were accompanied meeting held in West Palm Beach, hospital
f each. back to Madison by Mrs Florida, September 22 1961 Sept. 22nd of a baby boy, their WilliamsAndrews Inc.
I H C Merryday who had been theDrink amended the previously certified ROQt second child.: The young man I
guest of her sister Mrs Helen migratory bird regulations to pro- >weighed nine .pounds and fourteen Madison. Fla.tEPKHEHTING i
i DR. PEPPER i Marks, for two weeks. Vide that duck, coot and goose ounces. He is a grandson of Mr and .
Mrs Sam THE'TRAYEIERi
V Linton
of Greenville. Mrs
hunting shall be permitted on Lake
Talquin and, the Aucilla River onlyon Smith was formerly Miss Helen HARTFORD
.- Cedar Valley Stokely. ..
those days permitted for Leon -

"You will get my Wednesdays and Jefferson Saturdays counties; specifically Sundays, Country Club V V

opening day, closing day, Thanks- STUMP I BROS
attention giving Day and Christmas Day.A. _
personal
D. ALDRICH Director Olaf Bergwall one of Georgia's V f .
11 Florida Game and Fresh Water most promising professional golfers I _
and best service Fish Commission. *"* has recently purchased the Cedar h.
Cash
and
Date October I
2; 1961 Valley Country Club at Cedartown tarry

available when you MADISON B TEAM LOSES Georgia.Bergwall a native of Rome, Ga., 306 SOUTH PATTERSON GA. & FLA. DEPOT BLDG

-- went to Cedartown from
Sprayoerry
.a Sheetrock 4 8 "
:, The Madison high school B team High" School where he coach x x 3/8,
E- k. drive into Arnie was sheet .. .. $1.35
lost to Monticello 18-0 in the gamein and teacher. He recently replaced .... .. ......

.. Monticello Thursday night Emory Lee who resigned as Pro
\ The local, boys played, at good; with the Cedar Valley ,Club to ac- 215 Ib. Roofing shingles,
Medders American : . .. .. 5.75
H game and the ends were outstanding cept a job as Pro with the Moultrie sq : ......
in the first half. In the second half Ga. Country Club. '
1 a. 2-0 x 6-8 x I-3iS" ,Mahogany A
__ = t some mistakes were made. Both Bergwall was a consistent tournament 7C
fi: S Service Station in teams were penalized quite a bit winner as an amateur. He Flush Door, ea. ........ .... 4.IJ
but the coaches think this will be first gained statewide
recognitionfor Plywood) x 8 x 1/4" Int.

Madison." ARNIE learn of benefit the rules in that more the thoroughly.players will Mercer his play University while a golf member squad.of the He ", sheet .. .. .... .. :. .. :.. ., 2.88 ,

Bucky Christmas right end. and I turned professional in the spring Plywood-4 x 8 x 3/4" Int.,
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Freddy Hughes, line backer were of 1960 and has placed in all area sheet .. .. .. .*. .. .. ...., 6.90
outstanding. in defense. and eighth I. tournaments since then, finishing in <
grader Ronnie Ragans played a. the money several times. .
Thick Insulation V: :"t
good game. While at Mercer he ,
University V per M .. .. ...'.. '*. 5400
Freddy Hughes and Johnny Bou- met and later married Miss Judy V ":.r 1: ; .. ..... '
land made good run backs on the Davis, daughter of Mr-and Mrs Will 10 lb. & 15 lb. Felt '-

yards kick-off.and Hughes Bouland ran picked about up forty a I'' wall B Davis is a seventh Jr of Madison.grade: school Mrs teach-Berg- per roll- .. .,. ..... .. .. .".* (}.95

fumble and ran 35-40 yards 'toMonticello's er in' Cedartown. Mr Bergwall is Celotex Sheeting 4 x, 8 x 1/2" -

half ended. five yard line as the, also enrolled at the Woodrow Wilson per31 .. .. ...-... ... ...>w.. 56.00 .
School of Law at Atlanta. Ga. .
and will finish his law course in Prefinished Birch Plywood, ..

.rr FIRE DEPT. CALLED about one year. :sheet; .... ... ...... .. :.. .' 10.40 .'
9 : -
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a r. The Fire Department was calledto Prefinished Mahogany Plywood,

the People's Cold Storage plantat Lee 4-H Chib News sheet ..........;........ 5.60
about 2pm Sunday when burning
smoke deposits discharging from Exterior House Paint, V

a flue had set fire to grass and 1 The first ,, '.' .' gallon .. ........ .. .:I.-a 3.50 ,
meeting 'of the '
Lee .
and oil waste I v.'
grease ; under the I -
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Girls 4-H Club was held Wednes- Interior Latex Paint
fuel tank. The fire
was '
quickly ex
., tinguished and there was no damage day; ,September 27th. The meeting gallon .. .... ... ..;;..itjr.;., 2.65'. V :
was presided
over by the president
the '
Department reported. Lucretia Thomas. ,Our song leader. I Asphalt Floor Tile, ,: "

: ARNIE MEDDERS Sharon Water, led the 4-H PC. ........ .,. .09
i Mr and Mrs E H Kleckley of.. DreamingMinutes girls' ....:........ .
song
: were read
Charleston S C .
were guests of Dr i
and Mrs J M DuRant ih by Geraldine Almand. The Treasure -I Vinyl Asbestos Floor Tile, '
< week end enroute home during from a er's report was given by Norma I PC. ... .. ..t...... .. ; 12Lighting ,
Lee Anderson.
trip to New Mexico. We discussed and voted on what Fixtures & Electrical Supplies at same low prices
American Service Station we plan to do this year. We decided -

Sporfinoodsat Have at to have least a one club money-making project and Pay Cash Pay less V

V MADISON, FLORIDA project. We want, to have some
V radio programs and teaching demon- STUMPFull BROS.
Bryan Electric Co.
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McLeod Furniture Co.' .. 4't also oil heaters. SORORITY PLEDGE


GREENVILLE, FLA. Western Auto Associate: Miss Beverly Brinson was pledgedto
t Alpha Chi Omega Sorority at
d Brenau College last week. She is
Minutes of f the Board of 4 v Store, Madison. a 1961 graduate of MRS.

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We Have a Full Line of
( SORORITY PLEDGE
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i* September 21, 1961 Dwoskin
Board met in regular ses- i
sion The on the above date in a joint .Aft The 1962 Ford Galaxie line features a crisp, fresh approach to Ford's classic Miss Mary Kay Burnette, a 1961 x
meeting with the North Florida ..,Ung. Shown here is the Galaxie 5QO( Sunliner convertible, one of twelve models graduate' of MIlS was pledged to .
Junior College Advisory: Committee.The in the Galaxie line. While the new Galaxie is slightly shorter and fractionally narrower ? Kappa week.Delta Sorority at- FSU, the

meeting was called to order by than the 1961 model, the large passenger compartment is the same as 1961. past

the chairman, Mr W H Bailey, Jr. iLarge\ door openings, coupled with Ford's convenient two-position door stops, make TALBOTT PAINT &
Mr Emil Ball, Architect for the entering and leaving the Galaxie an easy and natural movement. The Sunliner'top, Mrs C M Plant spent the week! .
Board present and presentedfinal end in Gainesville with Mr and Mrs WALLPAPERCastle
was Ss anchored at each roof bow to prevent "ballooning" when. underway. The vinyl-: ,
drawings and specifications for Albert Plant and children and at- ParkVALDOSTA
the Student Center 4 Building at li ned lop is slowed under a color-keyed boot. '" ;. .' tended the Florida UnfversityFSUgame GA.4cocooooc .
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North-Florida Junior ..College. Fol. | with.. them.
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discussion these' plans the "., --- .' ", c .
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members of the Advisory Committee .. X 1'1.; t ":;t' $. : : : T ,Y. 'i'::"-':' : .: : :l" .t ., "; -i-: I. : I
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recommended the approval of final .1 #.. : :--s.r.t'._. >->. .
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plans. .
a motion was made by Mr \ ti.ii ? : .) For .mtro ucesfor.4. .,: ;:' .'? : 4-

Smith and seconded by Mr Milnerto .
give final approval to these plans C."1.. .\\.. l ,_,... > .;:.'-" two distinguished new series:.' ,- ,

and forward two copies to the State r' :\".' ( h"t<. ':..,.,,-...'\t, ,, I
Department of Education requesting !.a\ ; : ax e & Galaxie/5OO .
approval.The "':\.\"A..f'l-.. ;; ,
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following tentative schedulewas .. 'J': '
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arranged with Mr Ball and J.:( T :- trtHLr"

members of the Advisory Committee !'....t. }t' ." t Enduring e Z '
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concerning the building program: .
((1)) Forward immediately final .. .' !
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plans Student end Center specifications Building to the for State the ; t' with the

Department of Education request- : power- to pleas&l

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(2) Final plans for '-. '. ? %'. > t A ., : .
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Building to be presented to ; "
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the Board Wednesday October.4, '; .. All r, 4'' .
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option according to recommendation ; Ii ray" -' ,
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availability of funds. ".. 't'.;., t:'' ., .L.>> .. .
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the Board adjourned. '" -
W. H. BAILEY, JR. Chairman
ATTEST:
GRIFFIN .l..' ': I!!i'. ,
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/ FIRST BAPTIST BWC MEETS ra.fhiu, H'Ndln /

The Business Woman's Circle of
the First Baptist church met with
Miss Bennie Wilder in her home { I
Monday night Sept. 25th, ,with six-
teen members and one visitor at- ,r
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tending.The
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program on State Missions -r' 'l. .>i J, .
was given by Mrs Mary Vickers. '$ iiI .
Collections for Missions $28.00 for t With Thunderbird styling z T r Swift as a rumor, silent as a secret, reduced to .OOOmies on many items JtIts .
the year; Suunshine Offering $4.05 ,Thunderbird powerand.. Galaxie '62 has the timeless distinc- such as major lubrications, twice a ,4 r
for the month. I. that tion and talent for tra\clpf the Thunquality : year or 6.000 miles on the rest. Ga' Z axe
craftsmanship sets 4
Mrs Frank Davis the out-going abed that inspired iL"e suggest you see the new Galaxie .
chairman for 1960-61, was presenteda a new industry standard.:. the Every quick quiet mile whispers: and Galaxie 7500 (shown above) for '
gift for her faithful service. 1962 Ford Galaxies give you here is a new standard of quality.And yourself. We are confident".you will ;
New officers of 1961-62 were revery luxurious detail confirms it. agree: its pointless .-. d ,.;t' :
essential feature of .
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The :firm bids 164232. .-: .,. .sry >.1 ,, .tt\ ". one_ s "
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6:00 SIGN ON
6:01 GOOD NEWS
6:10 WORLD & STATE NEWS
6:15 FLORIDA FARM: HOUR : ..

6:40 RUDY HAMRICK, COUNTY
AGENT (MON., WED., FRI-

DAY) aQt.
6:50 WORLD NEWS
6:55 STATE NEWS J

:00 COFFEE TIME I'V'
7:25 MORNING SPORTS SHOW >

7:32 COFFEE TIME -I 3I
7:40 REPORT FROM TALLAHASSEE .

(TUES. THROUGHSAT. '"

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7:45 WORLD NEWS This is the one for.the big-near: ; man. Spacious, handsome, powerful. choicer! of "6" or three brilliant y'-8's for,power-economy combination

7:50 STATE NEWS. Compare it with. its rice. It stands out like a man* : you wish',And you'll like;therextra savings*. .
7:55 WEATHER NEWS. ?>=** tprthtt : '" '
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8:00 COFFEE TIME NEEBSRvUTInE SERVICE ONLY< iTWiCE A YEAH .

9:15 9:00 SWEET MORNING MUSIC DEVOTIONS TIME THE EXTRAS THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE"...at 6,000to 30,000-miIe! ; () intervals. Changing pp J,for example, now

9:30 MARY ELAINE TIME .Take comfort_ _It's 'a 6-passenger car without qualification. Has 'onljr has to'be done every.6,000 miles.A new-t pe anti-freeze, anti-:

9:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE extra room, a longer ((120') wheelbase than other, cars in its class. rust coolant lasts 2 years or 30,000 miles, And a dozen other self-!

10:00 MUSIC UNLIMITED A smoother, quieter ride-the result of exclusive Cushion-link servicing features cut upkeep still further.Stop in. Size up a Mercury,

ttl:15 PUBLIC GRAM SERVICE PRO- Suspension and greyteruse otaoJl.D roofin$..Finer. performance. -a Monterey-for,value.x The price? Well.within the popular-price range,1LINCOLNMERCURY

11:30 RECORD SESSION DIVISION i 1962}IERCURYS PRODUCTS OF C pad> MOTOR COMPANY .
ill: (SOCIAL SECURITY PRO-

11:50 GRAM STORK TUESDAY CLUB ()MONDAY: WIN A11962-HERCURrAT OUR ANNOUNCEMENT SHOWJNG.. 18 CARS GIVEN. AWAY. 12,6QQ.PRIZESIN'ALL'!

11:55 YOUR ONLY) FLORIDA GARDEN '. (See your.Mercury dealer and see how you can win. one of these fabulous prizes. Now to October 14.) :

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12:15 12:30 NOONTIME TALK OF THE NOTES TOWN .S.r, : t r '

12:40 FARM NEWS HARDEE MOTOR COMPANY ,
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12:45 STATE NEWS ,: :'
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12:55 WEATHER NEWS Comer Base .& Hmo ck Streets Madison Ek -
1:00 HILLBILLY HIT PARADE t S --, : Y- y L f ,' Lt.. ... ':

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STUDY, WEDNESDAY) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE USED WASHERS K A PLEDGE _HAMBURGERS A-PLENTYj:
LIVINGSTON
2:00 GOSPEL TIME By Clerk of Circuit Court NAMED r AT WHITE-TOP DRIVE-IN.

2:30 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- William Burnette is a recent. ALSO REGULAR DINNERS I
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GRAM CHAIRMAN.:GROUP 'GOOD ,SM-ECTION Alpha fraternity at
I Notice is hereby given that the pledge to Kappa. STEAKS.
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2:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE undersigned Dale M Leslie, Clerkof Bowerton, 1 Supply'. .. Company FSU. ,
3:00 AFTERNOON MELODIES .. .. .
Circuit Court of Madison County, f --- --
3:40 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM Florida, will on the 16th day.of T F Livingston of Madison has r ; ,

October, 1961, at 11:00 o'clock a. been appointed by the Florida )
4:00 RECORD REQUEST HL, at the West door of the Court Tuberculosis and Health Associationto Leon Dividend
5:45 SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS Says,
House in :Madison County, in the serve as chairman of'the Citi- .
555 REPORT FROM: TALLAHASSEE -
zens Tuberculosis and Health
City of Madison. Florida, offer for
( MONDAY sale and sell at public outcry to the ,,Committee of Madison County. --'
THROUGH FRIDAY) The Citizens Committee is the
highest and best bidder for cash, "
6:00 WORLD NEWS the following described property authorized agent of the FTHA in
6:15 TWILIGHT TUNES this and is for
situated in Madison Florida territory responsible
County, ,
6:59 SIGN OFF to-wit: carrying out the objectives and I II
FIVE MINUTE NEWSCAST BE- of the state associationand
purposes
All that
part of the Southwest I
FORE THE HOUR; NEWS the National Tuberculosis #
Quarter of
HEADLINESVEATHER ON Section Four, TownshipOne .
HALF HOUR. South, Range Seven East, that Association. This includes conducting
SUNDAY SCHEDULE lies West of Greenville-Perry High year-round program activities aimed .
7:29 SIGN ON way known as SR NO. 55. All that I toward eliminating tuberculosis and
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7:30 TRAVELING STARS part of North Half of Northwest fighting other respiratory diseases. '
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8:00 GOSPEL HYMN TIME One South, Range Seven East, tha'tlies Committee are Mrs Hyem Kramer.Mrs .
Julian Gibson, Mrs A 0 '
West of Greenville-Perry Highway -
8:30 SHOWERS OF BLESSING
8:45VORLD NEWS known as Sr No. 55 includingall Matthews, G F Bishop. Jack Woodward :-
and Mrs Allene Tadlock.
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8:50 STATE A..1"DVEATHER building on said property.
NEWS pursuant to the final decree.of foreclosure -

855 MORNING SPORTS SHOW entered .in a case pendingin BUSINESSMEN
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9:00 JIMMY STROUD said Court, the style of which is -
9:15 :MORMON CHOIR G F ANDREWS AND MURRAY

9:30 LIGHT & LIFE HOUR LOU ANDREWS STERCHI as exe- Newspaper advertising ; cr I
10:00 NEWS cutrix under the Last Will and 0'. 1 I. 1'I ;Ii
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10:05 SONGS OF FAITH Testament of Virginia A Algeo, deceased i
10:32 MEDITATION FOR SUN- Plaintiffs.vs. can help you make I II
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12:00VORLD'' NEWS the docket number of which is SAVE BYUON MAIL ;' :
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12:15 NOONTIME NOTES ., : .
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12:30 CONCERT my ::: ; _
12:55 NEWS official seal of said Court, ;this 30th Call HD 36361Attorney :'w 'j; .: _

1:00 PROTESTANT HOUR day of September. 1961. 1 FEKtAL SAVINGS 111 South Moarot
1:30 HOUR OF DECISION DALE M LESLIE Clerk of the I .

2:05 THE SUNDAY DRIVER Circuit Cqurt .of Madison. .County. for Plaintiff nNS Lxa ASSICIATIOII', Tallahassee.(

5:10 EVENTIDE Florida Exchange Bank Building, SU ,1'

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Teething time is a trying time j Q a ry '0
for many mothers. Baby's first S>Y S ) ...
teeth usually appear between the /,. {P :kt
sixth and eighth month of life. ';::: i' .
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ever for a great many conditions ?r
including constipation,
diarrhea, coughs fevers and r .Cs .l
convulsions. It is debatable if :: : s "*, I
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process. The infant may .' .. .' No Moisture Add" eel '
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of pressure of the teeth. \ ,
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become upset and he may sleep "," .
fitfully. To relieve his sore .
gums, many physicians will advise SMALL
that he be given a" teething .ti 5 & 19x 10-12 LB
ring or a hard crust of bread to ,. a ms WHOLE or HALF'd
bite on. In extreme instances \.
when the teeth do not come U. S. No., 1 y.
through the doctor may decideto I lB.
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Librarian at the Suwannee River t s a .. ...v ''.. .
Regional Library and Mrs John ,, ::> I:

Henry Plant is her assistant. Mrs ;\\-i.',... ',) .. .'
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Leslie has been with the library "', :4'. 'i .

since it was moved to the present y>S .., ;
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location in 1952.BIRTHDAY

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.1 -PARTY f .11 sTAwrsC FREE

1 Sarah Pat Groover, daughter of t sale A2s" ,a ix
Mr and Mrs Jimmy Groover, celebrated

her fifth birthday anniver- ,. St&f .GREEN
sary Wednesday morning Sept 27th, i

at the Playhouse Kindergarten. WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR

I The three-tiered birthday cake N o.Zs $1. NEAREST WINN-DIXIE STORE"bL"y's

iced in white and decorated in .. L. 4'
pastel .l. : Cans Void After Umit One Coupon To Adult With
colors was in the form of a ,..IngIAIItlKiS, Oct.;7 A $5.00 or More Food Order -
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carousel complete with canopy $1

clowns and animals, and, was embossed ,, 4c- 0 CREENMt :
frUit.atktol' sTAMPS .
with Happy Birthday, 'Sarah libby's ;:: i _
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4 MAXWELL HOUSE
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Sarah Pat, at the"gift table, un-

wrapped her lovely gifts after the :t, <. '.bb Y's bartlett Peors 303 f :='
guests sang Happy Birthday. Games 35
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Can: COFF: E E
were played later on the lawn. .

Refreshments of cake, ice cream libby's garden peosvi.. K. or" 303 $1' ,
and cold drinks were served. Favors 6
Cans, ,
were blow outs miniature umbrellas co n.cs.: : l-LB.
and other novelties. : tibby's golden 3 y.o:. $

>- Mrs Groover was assisted in serving \, P1NEApP E- '' 5 Cons 1. CAN ;," :... .
the children by Mrs Henry u"e' "
'.bL'5 GAAPEFIlUIT' 4kz. $ Limit 1 of your
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Stallings and Mrs Frances Sanders. .. ,. Vac Pocked Coffee choke with a
,Guests included the kindergarten ( uice 4 Co.., J0' Food *** .

children Nat and Norfleet visitors Kim Gallegosand 1 '.bb'I 5 tomato With 24-02:. ,,$1 Istor Con< ,... hl : "

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FOR FUEL OIL, CALL _' : spaghetti Me at Boll: :: PURE SHORTENING I
tibby's
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C. T. (Buddy) McWffliams, Jr. hash 3 Cans
;.y ) I ,.orned beef r .
f-; J E W E L '
:AGENT, STANDARD OIL CO:. f r. '.bb Y ,5 N $1

HU 32279GREENVILLE 8 Canf 0 '
> : : ed meat
WINS. ; f tlbby s .pott
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r :. : 5 Cons s .
Greenville High Football team ,. sausage ''' CAN '
( Vienna
defeated Jennings 6-0 last Thursday tibby's 3 J
Limit 1 of your .
night. ,= N. ; "" Vegetable Shortening; choice with, a sf ;: ,
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::.:. ", 3-Lb. CQ* Food Order. *"f
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I Fort Jackson,' S C, Private ,P R '> l: ," I Astor Can .;: '

I Choice of Greenville has been assigned IT' .,, : : .
to D 4th Battalion.1st DETERGENT
Company -
Morton's Frozen Beef Chicken Turkey Salisbury -..-.,
Training Regiment" of the U ; ,
S Army Training Center Infan- i .a {t. }.

try, at Fort Jackson, S C where he : ,r
A R ROW

Combat is undergoing Training.eight weeks of Basic .J Dinners 2 FOR 79 i.


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in the Western Pacific aboard the ; .4 .. ,. ,
Seventh Fleet attack aircraft I I Ib. 29 Driscoll Frozen BOX '-7 .
carrier USS Ranger, is Thomas E _6 10-0z. $ ,
.. Sir lerries '-
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Big assortment of "" ,,- _" r YMT NMMtf W .-O i L TaEE.,. Fryer Parts 2 PLbk. .79'r. '
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F :.a PILLSBURY or Self-Rising 1 _. : -
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'. Hallowe'en Candies atWinnDixie. : .ANY Patalio TWO- Farms Sadais Morton Fruit Frozen Pies 3 i for $1. FLO U R 5 oLf.' 4 9. t *_ .";

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-: Notice I Schools. ;Registered Surveyor LIVE STOCK AUCTION *

Sell your cattle and hogs In oar*'
.ADS Phone HU 3-2372 auction each Monday. Sales start at
Sealed bids will be received by INDUSTRY MADISON FLORIDAJOHNW.WADSWORTH
: 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK
the City of Madison up ,to 12 o'clock NEEDS .
YARD, Incx, Monticello, Fla.
noon October* 13, 1.961, for furnishing -
TECHNICIANSAGE Registered Angus bulls for sale
a tractor with a trencher. Specifi-
.cations can be obtained at City Hall. 17 45 at all ,

CITY OF MADISON,' FLORIDA.
times.HOWERTON
5-2t-ch Short low-cost preparation qualifies FOR
you for high paying positions in this T. M. JR.
FOR SALE: Pure bred Angus bulls, PEST CONTROL SERVICE ,
W. B. Davis Jr. Let us spread Dolomite-HI- .
all ages, $150 up. R. C DICKIN- your TREMENDOUS JET AGE CALL. CONSULTING FORESTER
Cal-Lime and Phosphate, Prices rea
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE SON, HU 3-2517 5-tfch sonable. FOR BETTER SERVICE, Employment demands for the- tech- BURKEEXTERMINATING I& TIMBER MARKETING ..
:
Furnished .CALL SUWANNEE SPREADER nically qualified are .are at an all CO. I S. Duval Street -
ACREAGE FARMS apartment for Rent.
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL Conveniently located. Phone HU SERVICE. Phone collect to Forest time high. PHONE 293-J PERRY, FLA.: Ph. HU 3-6681. Madison .

ESTATES RESIDENTIAL 3-2254 Madison. H T HOLTON 2-2560, Live Oak Florida Day or ELECTRpI1ISDESIGN ( )

ABSTRACTS APPRAISALS OF TITLE 5-tf-ch Night.\ 2-4t-ch DRAFTING ( ) Madison Gas Co. Madison Gas Co. I

TITLE INSURANCE Furnished apartment for Rent. HOT MIXED ASPHALT PAVINGWe JET ENGINE ( )

112 West Base Street Conveniently located. H T HOL- pave drives, parking areas,
MADISON. FLORIDA TON. Phone HU 3-2254 Madison. streets, etc. Top quality. Fair Check field of your choice and get :

Phone HU 3-6277 5-tf-ch prices. WAINER BROS., Inc, Ph the facts NOW! :

FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished CH 2-4011, 110 S. Fry St, Valdosta PAN AMERICAN :.;f .

) Farms For Sale apartment. Private haUl, shower Ga. 45-tf-ch TECHNICAL SCHOOLS, ,r.,- :S-
and entrance. MRS M L WALKER -
The Graham Wheeler house, $325 115 Dade cor. Horry Sts. J. D. INC. c;..;: oV3 .
ScruggsFORESTER
down. Phone HU 36243.radison.. 1-ltrch 711 North Dixie
One tract of 520 acres, with 90 West Palm Beach, Florida 30 GALLON KEE ,=
acres in good pasture. Only $55 per FOR RENT: Apartment, available --

acre. Come and get it. Immediately. Phone SMITH DRUG REGISTERED Ph. HU 36186lrtADISON. SURVEYOR RUSH FULLINFORMATION Gas Water HeaterS
STORE- HU
Two tree farms, 140 acres and 80 3-6262 or MRS KIR-
acres Sapling soup will be good in BY REICHMA. Ph. HU 36371. FLA. Glass Lined, 10-yr warranty .
retirement 4-f-ch '

your U mile Suwannee years.river frontage. CALL Name- .-,. ,-- .. $54.95' 1=
Good house, good land, and timber. 'House for Rent with 3 bedrooms

Total 172 acres. unfurnished. Located in East Madi- Address -
1300 acres with timber, hou.:..v. son. Phone Isham Harris, HU 3-2354 JLPate 'e.-

tobacco.wells, irrigation You don't, and find 17 them acres often.of Madison. 5-lt-pd Phone 2525 Greenville, Fla. Qty _. State __ HARDWICK .

943 acres, good dirt, tobacco and. for E!:
Phone __._ Ageeorgia _
timber. FOR RENT OR SALE: Two-bed-
Gas Range $149.50
1426 acres, pasture, lake, good room house and lot south side of SANDING

dirt, tobacco, good corn base. Cherry Lake. Also threebedroomhouse VARNISHING c;..;: Completely installed, with two en.en :
950 acres, with 850 acres cleared. for rent on northeast side WAXING xPLATE 100-1b cylinders .
gas dam
Irrigation, and 8x/ acres tobacco. of lake. Water and fishing rights /' '

Lots of houses and lots. free. J 0 McDONALD Pinetta. Old or New Floors cI(::) $19.99 down, $7.05 mo. .
.. GLASS ,
Ready to serve you. Fla. 5-3t-ch I 1
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1 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: For C..pany C,)
Madison Gas Co..HU
Broadus Willoughby FOR 'RENT: Two bedroom house. .
saleCoinoperated, laundry with
GLASS *
Call HOWARD STUDSTILL, HU o
16' washers and 6
REALTOR 3-6106 office, or home HU 3-66301:, Westinghouse GLASS BLOCK 7th 3-2226 asaaIson, Fla.
dryers located at Setzer's Shop- .
Phone HU Madison 49-tf-ch '
3-6481
ping Centerall equipment in very MIRRORSIfrmnkDR.PEPPER* ===. Charles Wells

ROUTE MAN: EARN $125 PER good condition excellent return :r.rrs. Dorothy Medders R. 1L 'Bob' Dye _
WEEK OR MORE. WRITE: MR. on investment reasonable -
GREENE, 659 W. P'TREE ST., terms write REG, P O Box 754
I N. R, ATLANTA 8. GEORGIA. or phone 223-0876 Tallahassee. MADISON GAS CO. Madison Gas Co.

4-3t-ch 48-tf-ch I > .
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List your farm and, city property I'I II I FEMALE,HELP WANTED: Sewing I i
with us for nationwide advertising. Ii
machine operator, MUST HAVE
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ffo charge for listing. -
Factory experience qn single .. ._.. ':' ..'... lr: _.J
needles."Steafty work. Apply in pert : '.}i
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Bob & Beanie SearcjT .
\ son. ARTISTIC APRON HOUSE '<. ,} .:

1 RT. 2, BOX 130-A Monticello, Florida, Highway 19, .
MADISON, FLA. South, 3 miles from Court House \ a #
PHONE HU 3-6487 Square. 4-lt-ch

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Carpets come clean quickly when HELP WANTED: AT ONCE. Pe r- 'I .
Blue Lustre is applied with the son with car for Rawleigh buss':: fk'; "

"FREE USE" Shampooer. Mac's ness In Madison Co. Buy on.time.. ., J'. ;. ,
Furniture & Appliances. See W H Cone ,Rt 3, Box '135' ...:-.J.!.J' '-...
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FOR SALE: 48-Passenger used Greenville, or write immediatelyto -140-301 : ......6... :i:........:.
School Bus, in good condition Rawleigh, Dept. F ,I ,
I
with good tires. Only $550 for Memphis, Tenn. I r '
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quick sale. FRANK J MORGAN, Sept 29, Oct 6, 20, pd Hottest news in the wagon world. -
the Falcon Squire
new
Rt 1, Box 160, Greenville, Flau : '
6ltpdFOR WANTED: One used Calculator, .4
from owner. In good condition.
SALE: One 1958 two-door CHERRY'S FEED STORE, Lee, "

Chevrolet Belair sedan, or trade Ha., Ph. HU 36471. 4-3t-ch :. more of : .
for one-half or three-quarter ton Presenting everything
WANTED: Share cropper for 16 H
pick-up truck same value. acres of tobacco. Phone HU :;.
CHERRY'S FEED STO1\.E. Lee;;
3-2374. Madison. 4-4t-pd

Fla.BEFORE SELLING your 3-3t-ch timber WANTED: Part-Time Employmentby love Falcon forf'f'! :

or timber land please see me. We several North Florida Junior : you

are also interested in buying a College Students. Anyone need- ,
limited amount of pine-hardwood ing such help please call North "< ','"," .

pulpwood delivered by truck to Florida Junior College Business ; .
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. Manager or Registrar. Telephone: /r
See, write or callL. HU 3.2288.ClRAPDIN. ,
P. GIBSONRt. r .e.

3, Madison Florida ( The Deluxe Fordor Sedta .

Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 .... ..
JEWELERSFOR

FOR SALE: Plenty of live fish

bait; shiners, minnows, pond worms, THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE -

blue wigglers, crickets sand maggots SILVER. CHINA CRYSTAL .,
tackle, and a good brand of
DIAMONDS JEWELRY
guaranteed fishing poles, plus a
complete line of Bogie baits. EXPERT REPAIRING

Rowell's Bait and Tackle CenterIs NATIONAL i. = Q
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now air-conditinned to assure .. .. ..
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you of more lively live bait: Also 11:1 41 BRIDAL !-i '" .: y:""-.t. ,

we give 24-hr service to anyone, j..." ft .... .: < ."" .. :
week. We have THE SERVICE >
days '
seven a '
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ROWELL'S THING! BAIT & TACKLE A good selection ofF ;,' ; '. \.

Sterling .& plated Hollowareby '. -
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MadIson.CENTER, across from SAL 41-U-ch Depot finest manufacturers ; We've got 'em! 13 wonderful sew Falcon models for .'\ '.

Many gifts to choose from ... .' Vr .
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303 No. Patterson 'js. 62-with. more to see, more to save, more to 1 love! ; \ .
FOR SALE Cheap, a three horse- J
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power water cooled refrigerationunit .. l S .. :/1 ;
with two blower coils and VALDOSTAGA. Yes, Falcon is more Falcon than ever for '62! Leads the compact .. BELIE ED LNTME : tf

single phase STORE motor.Lee, CHERRY'SFEED Flau. Ph. field with Americas widest choice, most:>> in savings, most i POt OF MASS 3 4.:!, ,

HU 3-6471 4-3t-ch in luxury and quality-plus a new quiet ride that will amaze 62 ,FvtLCOr' CO/v Wkf Cpl = ::' ,,'

FURNITURE made like new. For ;;"' even Falcon's near-million happy owners. See the dazzling '. "
FOR SALE: Black rye. Sure Grain best quality reupholstering see : I'A' MORE OF ,'..
oats and Bledsoe wheat. Good Southland Furniture Co.. Valdosta. new Falcon Fuhira, more than ever the compact cousin of the f ';T t.:..

:germination. Ready for delivery in Ga. MRS. C. M. PLANT Madison lliunderbird. Come in and sample Falcon's! ugi "_and the'new V4tAT AMeRICM i"; .

-a few days. Ask prices. CARL Representative. 50-tf-ch efficiency of the Falcon Six that this year recorded the best gas

SMITH, R 2, Madison, Phone HU mileage for a 6or cylinder car in the 25-year history of the LOVES; MOST// f;

3-6878. 5-2t-pd EXPERT REPAIR. .. Mobilgas Economy Run. All this plus Falcon's famous low., v ..l.J4' _

FOR SALE: Smith Corona'Sky '. 1 .' low prices too. /( .. ;
writer portable typewriter, in t ...S.,jflf* fwva ChVKtan O MM United Future Syndic*,IIIC.'r' ':., "";

E-R.zipper case, $49.50, cash. The i SMALL ENGINES SEE YOUR FORD DEALER :" ., :!:

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OLD COINS OLD MONEYwill SALES & SERVICE : -

purchase old "coins and paper Hardee Motor Company .
money. U S large size and Con- .
federate. Howerton Supply Co. .:

J. EDWIN WHITEp.
0. Box 930, Tallahassee Fla. MADISON FLA.
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MADISON, FLORIDA: '
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1S61



I ,, 'olton's \ SKYLARK Restaurant, U. S. 19, Perry, Fla. I



THE 'WEST MADISON MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST NOTICC TO CREDITCsftft 1 BOCHNIA
HOLTON ENGAGEMENT\ AND
One Match
; METHODIST: CHARGE CHURCH Can Burn APPROACHING MARRIAGE V I
Florida Statutes J..,...)
REV. C. B. DAVIS Pastor Pastor A 1_ Rev. Jack Lamb IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY A Million Trees < :' ....:.. ..... .... ...,::......_.
f CHERRY LAKE CHURCH Chairman of Deacons Mr S R Sapp .: JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY .''.<::::::,
FIRsT AND THIRD SUNDAYS Training Union FLORIDA IN PROBATE.In "'
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Sunday School- 10:00 A. M. DirectorSidney MoonS. re Estate of Harry 'L Milford. :>'.:' :
:Worship Service 7:30 P. M. .. S. Supt Mrs S R Sapp I Deceased.TO Careless campers and hunters:destroy "' : ....l.:
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Training Union Associate ALL CREDITORS AND .PER- millions of valuable trees each ,,:, .

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Director .....r.-.._... Leroy Cruce SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS year. .: !;
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Song Leader --,.. Miss :Merle Bass AGAINST SAID ESTATE: On lands under organized fire protection "'
Worship Service ,n: o. A. M. You each of '...:.. .".
Pianist Mrs Juanita Cruce and you are hereby i smokers caused 14,330 fires .
Family Night, Friday before First Sunday School 10:00 a. m. notified. and .required to present any and campers caused 3,304. < "Il

Sunday each month at 7:30 P. M. Morning Worship T.___ 11:00 a. In. claims and demands which you, or The Southern region of the United .: :1
Thomas Surles Church School Supt. Training Union, _.. ....._. 6:30 p. In. either of you, may have against the States had 59,109 forest fires, burn- : \ .' ;
( ROCKY. SPRINGS CHURCHr Evening Worship ___.. 7:30 p. m. estate of Harry L :Milford, de- ing 2,227, 583 acres in 195-: This ;r ".:;
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Mid 'Week Prayer 7:30 p. m. Wed.Just ceased, late of said County, to the was over half of the area' destroyed ....:
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Sunday School 10:00: A.'M. (I am without one plea..Jesus County Judge of :Madison County, by forest fires in the entire country. .t
and, Florida, at ,his office .In the court Be sure fire
Worship Service ::- li:00 A. M. says come worship regardlessof your camp or matchIs
the goodness of your clothes. house of said County'ilt Madison, dead out before you leave it and
SECOND, &. FOURTH SUNDAYS. Florida, within six calendar i
Come be' with. us In'The Lord'sHouse. always tear apart your''Cigarette '
Worship Service 9:30 A. M. or' months from the time of the first when you are finished with it and ,

Sunday School 1030 A. M. publication of this notice. Each grind out the fire, urges the National ....::

Family Night, Friday after Second SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST claim or demand: shall, be in wrIt- Board of Fire Underwriters. ::;:E
-7:00: P. M.. ing, ,and shall, state the place of ;,
Sunday each month at ):\>
CHURCH ....
residence and post office addressof COUNTER TOPS : "
P J>K.| Rowell, Church School Supt. Services every Saturday at Madison .the claimant,'and shall be .sworn ,
Claude Puval, Charge Lay Leader' American Legion Hall. to by the claimant, his agent or G-E APPLIANCES h :U7n
Sabbath School begins 2 p.rn. and claim
attorney, any such or
rrSroWH CHURCH vr Church Service at 3 p. m. demand not so filed shall be void. KITCHEN CABINETS...

..FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS E. C. WILLIS, S. S. SuptHAROLD" REBECCA JEAN MILFORD,

Worship Service -1 9:30 A. M. YATES Pastor Tele- As Administratrix of the Estate. I IIso
phone HU 3-6517. of Harry L 'Milford, deceased.
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Sunday School 10:30 A. M. ,* rh wv. r :
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Everyone, Welcome First publication 9-29, 1961 isn.> s oR DA
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS ... .Asa
5-4t-pd NOTICE "'
OF
; APPLICATION
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Sunday School 10:00 A. M
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST
; FOR TAX
DEED
Worship Service .- 7:30 ,P. M;; 701 South Range THE SQUAW'NEWS

Family Night. Friday after FlrsT Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

Sunday:; each month at 7:30 P. M-:; Lords Supper and Well hello all you good peoplein that Roy Smith, holder of Tax Cer-

Herbert Brooks, Church School Edification _. 11:00: A. M. Madison County. I hope you all tificate No 3 of 1958.- dated Sep

1 Supt. Sunday Evening Service 7:00 P. M. feeling fine and happy in 'the Lord tember 2, A D 1958. has filed! said -- -. ,.
Wednesday Evening I home from church. I certificate in this office and made '
just come
Wiley Blair Church-Lay Leader Mr .and Mrs Bochnia Route two
; application for'' Joseph of Madison
go to the church of God they bada tax deed to Issue
.:::'U-t\DJ ON CHURCH OF nOD I WELCOME TO wonderful meeting. will go to thereon In accordance with law. Florida, are announcing the engagement and approach

ralay Sohool -._ 10:00) A. M, NEW. HOME BAPTIST CHURCH. the tent meeting tonight. 'I have Said certificate embraces the following marriage: of their daughter, ,Sheila Mae Bochnia, to Donald
Youth Service Wednesday"' R.nOn.m Come Worship With i Us. started living, for the Lord I ,have described property situatedin Edward Holion' son" of Mrs M W Holton of Route two

Sveninir Worship '7:30 p. ni.Mornin" Sunday_ School 10:00 A. M. lived' 'for' the devil long .enough Madison County, Florida, to- Madison Florida on October' twenty-first, 1961, at' two

<< Worship -..,. 11OQ. .a; m.. Mo ruingrship ll'OO i A. M. and have suffered,on the accounteof wit: ..; o'clock in the' afternoon at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic
REV R M LONG Pastor Baptist Training Union 6:30: P. M.Evening my ropey of living 'so I have Church Madison
Florida. Father P J Malone will officiate.A
turned ov rneW.. leaf. 'I never Lots No. 12, 13, 14, Blk 5 Townof .
Worship 7:30 P. M. .
crocked that. dident Sirmons. reception will follow the marriage ceremony at
Saw road
.1EJtOV AH'S WITNESSES Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M a
havea some where The assessment of said property the home of the bride's parents. /
118 Prang* St. phone HU .3-6355 Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. : strait place. in It
w-If.. MEETINGS: Philip Howell...- S. S. Supt. downthe[ line.. Well ,I .have found under the .said certificate issued No invitations are being sent by the couple, but all

Bibl,. !IStudv: Wednesday '1:3Q.P..M.. Marvin Bass B. T. U. Director that strait place at last.. Thank was in the name of J A CAMPBELL = friends and relatives are cordially invited.

:: Service Meeting: ,Fridav ,70 P. M. REV.,. ELDRIDGE LYONS- Pastor God. Unless said certificate shall SELLS FIFTY I
1 Sch'ools be redeemed according to law tax
:Ministry Friday 8:30 P.'M. ,. ,
Klser
Tommy E-R 'newsboy,
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Watchtower-Blbl'" Study:' UEE METHODIST CIRCUIT IN CHOIR deed will, issue thereon to the sold the : '
week
fifty papers of Sept.
t, Sunday 7:30 P. M. Lee and Hickory Grove Churches highest bidder at. the.. West door of 22nd and received a pen In addit- Earn a if-4. $>
Welcome. REV. L. DENSLOW. Pastor Russell Long of Madison, Is a '
Kingdom Seeker the Court House in Madison, Florida ion to his usual commis. ion.'
V .. member of the bass section of the Sayings A' '
'No Collection Taken. AT LEE on the 6th day ofNovember, 'On-Your. 't 1
Concert Choir"at Berry Coll e.
I' Morning Worship A D 1961, at 11:00 A: M. Mrs R S Williams, Jr, Mrs T.C
CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. 'm. Witness my hand and official Merchant Jr, Mrs Dan Mc- first Federal'
2nd and 4th 9:00 .
Sundays a m.
CHURCH
awn Mower Parts, and seal this 30th day of September Cown and Mrs_ Kirby Reich-
1 Service Sunday Evening Service ,
Preaching
every A D 1961. Tiann attended the meeting of SAVINGS & LQANAsSOCIATION
T 1st and 3rd Sundays 8:00 .
m.
Morning Service= 11OO A. M. p. 'Florida Presbyterial in the Pensa-
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{ Evening Service 7:30 P. M. Sunday School ServkeMcWniJAMS V Dale M Leslie ola First Presbyterian church this
Sunday School every Sunday at Every Sunday V 10:00 a. jn Clerk Circuit Court eek., Mr Reichman accompaniedrs In Dixie-Taylor Hotel Bldg.

:Yn-nn A. M. Youth Fellowship GARAGE Madison County, Florida Reichmann: and they were PERRY, FLA.

BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. Every Sunday _____ 7:00 p.. m. 6-4t-pa4 guests of his parents while there.
Prayer .Meeting every Wednesday BOBBY WILLIAMS
at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood. Church School SuperintendentAT

first Thursday ever} HICKORY GROVE
Month at 7:30 P. M. Morning Worship2nd '
Everybody Welcome. and 4th Sundays 11:30 a. m. 'Now ANewWorldofWorthfromChevrolet' '
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J. R. COLLINS, Pastor Evening ,Service .
2nd and 4th Sundays 8:00 ,p. ,m. '
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PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH :I 'S '
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Preaching every Sunday ;
Youth Fellowship : :
Sunday School 10:00 AV M s ,
Every Sunday -V, 7:00 p. m. '/ ;.,
Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. Mid-Week Prayer Service

Sunday Evening BTU 6:30; P. M. Every Wednesday 8:30 p. m. -. ". 'i,
Evening Services 7:30 P. M. .
JULIAN ANDREWS, 1 ',"..
braver Meeting.'edt4.c.1av Church School SuperintendentFIRST .t ..: ;
Evening _. !_...__ -_._ 7:00 P. M .:1.NJ"
W B SEALS S. S Superintendent BAPTIST CHUHCH t \., .
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J; ARTHUR CRUCE TraIning'Union .
Director. -t-- .- ( Florida ? ... 4-- 4: *%". 0K
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PAUL A. TRAVIS, Pastor t; ; r.
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WELCOME TO Sunday Bible School 10:00 a. m. i.'... w ,/j'
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURClt S.. S: Supt. Mr. G. C. Buchanan "

Sunday School 10:00 A. !rf. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m ;
Morning Worship __ 1'':O A. M.I Training Union 7:00 p. m.:

Training Union 3:30 P. M Director M. T. C. Morris ; ,
Evening Worship 7:30 P. 1\{. Evening Service 8:00 p. m

Praver Meeting .__.._ 7:30 P. M Hour of Power, Wed. 8:00 p. m --
Church Business Meeting First Choir Practice. Wed. 9:00 p.m, .
Wednesday night of each month. R.A.'s meet Saturday 3:00 p. m. rt ": E
Brotherhood and WJ.>LU. Second Everyone Is welcome

Thursday night of each month. The only thing missing in oui ,
Preaching services every Sunday. ch rch is (U). 'a New Impala 4.Door Sedan :

Come Worship With Us. Services 8:00 P. M. ;.....
rtEV. DOZIER SAP?, Pastor .

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH > Rich new styling with Jet-smooth ride This one may have you asking,How did Chevrolet do it?" .

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH GREENVILLE, FLA. There a new V8 choice ranging all the way from a ::,
Sunday School ,10:00 A. M. Sunday School 4_ 10:00 A. M.I 00. '1! k;\": 62 CHEVROLET standard 283-cubie-inch sizzler to two 409-cubic-inch power-:, :}

Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M J I houses.*And there's that-'62 Jet< nooth ride with a supple
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Training Course 6:45 P. M h Full Coil well
Baptist spring at each wheel and over 700 body and.
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Think of jast beat everything' you ever wasted ia a ear- chassis sound insulators and cushioners.
Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 P. M Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M, darned if doe a't hare ill! A road-geBtliag -
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Youth Service S P. M. Wednesday.V. Jetsmoothand choice of V8' skedaddle. Beauty ,
SINGLETARY S. S. Supt.J. Canyon of.a trunk.Magic-Mirror finish.And well,we.could .,4
L. NEW HOPEFUL that.says- ., wtifal-right down to new rast-resis&Bg .
L. WYNN B. T. U. Director write a book about it all. Matter of fact, your Chevroletdealer's V
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCE frost Ieader 1I ders{drts. V..
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REV. W G DeSHAZO Pastor Services every first and third _. _. r got on paper.Get a noW'o.tiouI1t
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REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor, Sunday School every Sunday 10:0 : ,

Services every Sunday a. m. r
Sunday School i: ._.... 10:00 A. M. Prayer Meeting WeO. '7:00 p. m ,
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. TrainingUnion every : : :day 7KK(

Training Union: ___ 7:00 P.. M. p. m. .%
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. REV. W. T. RYCROFT. Pastoi r

7:30 P. M
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CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST 0LATTER F Nylon Tare '1 ;- ".. '. .!" New. Bel Air t-Door.... SedanS .!/ ."
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Sunday School ...... ._.10:00 a, In. As Low As $14:88Plus : V .._ -. -i
Sacrament Meeting 11:00 a. m,: / 'See. the '62 Chevrolet, the new Chevy II and }62 Conair floUr local authorized Chevrolet dealer's .,
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