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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 20, 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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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OVER ;!20,000; .EXPECTED: FOR.thnPIM CHERRY LAKE ''NEWS BABY RICHTER 'SIRMANS-NEWS
TREE FESTIVAL !Shine On, {Greenville; < .\ :" ; ." '-' LEE NEWS ,NOTES :

,,' Born tp Mrs W JT, Richter .Jr at .. '
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-fi- x fif- Band Shine On BABY THIGPEN 2 am Thursday, Oct. 12th in 'Me- A large crowd attended Homecoming :- Everybody missed having Rev Ira _

.Perry-Ov 5:20OOQ festive minded ; A:baby girl, Lisbeth Lynn Thig-.JackL tuchen; N" ,tT 1 a daughter, to be at' the Methodist ?.church Blair with pus Sunday., 'He Is sick
born to Mr Mrs. '
,and
persons from North Florida and pen was named 'Barbara Richter': for' her Sunday. 1 'was a'beautiful day fpr with the n. We. jay, for him a
Oct 11th in the.Tallahassee
South ,Georgia are expected to converge .The Greenville High School Thigpen hoSpit I., grandmother; ,Mrs W J Richter of an out door -dinner, and forth speedy recovery and hope he will

'to Perry October "21 to help Marching Band under the excellent'direction She is the granddaughter 'of "Mr 804% -NW Hprry Street Madison. social hour .meeting former friends sOon 'be back with us. Rev Wallace.
Mr .
Tayl6r CoOnty celebrate the Sixth of Dewey' Jones, was and 'relatives. v Bailey filled his appointment and
and Mrs John L Thigpen and great- '
Annual Pine Tree Festival. the most outstanding feature of the granddaughter: of Mr and Mrs. E B CORRECTION; Mr and 'Mrs.. Marcus, Cherry .and, we, enjoyed good attendance, 4
Greenville-Madison football game in r I' In "Setter's ad" this week Crowder Mrs M W Cherry left Friday forLillington.
The Pine 'Tree Festival, ',designed' Currie 'of Cherry. Lake. N Mr' W G'Clements and Mr A VIMazingq ;
Greenville last, Friday night. Peas and;Squash are"listed 'at 3 Ibs. .:N C to see.Mr*'.Cherry's. '
celebrate'the economic value of Mr and .Mrs Thigpen and Lisbeth [ of Daytona Beach enjoyed .
,to Our Band was: all aglow from the brother
for 39c.; They should be 3. Ibs.: for MrS Prentiss McKay, who
the pine tree, has grown to,be one moment they cheered our PIRATES will ,reside in Gainesville, where he 2ge' was gravely ilL He passed away several' days of fishing at Demory .

of the most looked-forward-to onto the field and their outstanding is attending, the Universt y., :. I Sunday night, Mr and Mrs John HiU last week. They reported ;

events of the year' in this area. pre-game appearance through their. The WMU Circle, met Tuesday REVIVAL :SERVICES Cherry Mr Larrie Gerry and* a I good catch, --

Festival .Day, October 21 will be spectacular half-time show., night at the. Baptist church With! Revival services..areJn. 'progress cousin. Miss Pat McKeti 'Of Largo ;:Mr W .E; Blanton has been a' ,

jam-packed with everything from During the half-time show, we ,ten present 'The general 'meetingwill this week in Rev Hazel Wobdard's were among those "attending' the patient in the Thomasville hosPitaLW .
were taken into a world of Fantasy be Tuesday night, Oct 24th. .church in: Hamil-;=; funeral "' *.* '
free church Friendship Tuesday. '
a huge, colorful parade and Methodist church /*"* all wish him; a speedy recovery.
THE MOON. A superb'Fire Exhibi- II Cherry Lake toh County; Rev BdJer Horton of Mr and Mrs Ernest '.$ell and
Mrs'
to. all-star entertainment Oct I Ada Blanton is ill with
fish fry an
1 .will have Conference Sunday,
tion was given by our lovely Twirling Valdosta Gordon greet. churchis family .of' Lakeland,.BP nt:.the 'weekend I
'show featuring Red Foley and Don 22 and ,observe. Homecoming Sunday i pneumoniaWe wish her a speedy;
*"" : ; d Majorettes, Misses Martha Jane > ; the evangelist'Dinner. wllibe servedat here with,Mrs tinilce Edt! and .
Cibson. Davis and Bunny Oct. 29th with lunch at noon ", : T '" recovery:
Andrews,- Carolyn thechurch 5_& y.I family., .
With &>iks attending the Festival Cruce during the wonderful music both' Sundays.Mr ;Mr M E.>.Whitty; of Jacksonville' Mr and Mrs Wilmer Thompson

from all over til*, :arfa, we an4 form byour,band, through and 'Mrs W C GoSsman-are ATTEND NATIONAL spent from Sunday until .Tuesday of Madison were visiting with Mrs.J..
hbs-
expect to* offer entertalaiaent 'to the 'enchtetkig- .numbs, Moonlight patients in the M Wis County CONVENTION with his brothers S 1; and J B H C Tuten Sunday. j

all ages..rtn lie', Joe, : .P eaerbo Serenade-. : Slue' ,Moon,:"and Moon-- .pig, .' ',-'.. .. ,.. Whitty .1 -Jack/Htidson of Sanford was; a1.

al ChaIrman of the Festival J&1d. light Cocktail, respectively. Mr L H Thurman. was dischargedfrom .. 03J4; iMrs CarttonIfrs. ;Barnette.Mr Mrs rZula Ivey .returned ,to. her Visllor'bit Saturday> ; .,...; ,
., The Mafcreftes- returned from the hospital Wednesday. .. .oflie in : '. '
Afternoon forestry; contests to ,', Rodney Tyson hcfflop j: Adel/Tuesday: of lasteek ; *e4 i..dwell- fJ Thomasvfllawltb
Dreamland, .feringtag Jif then ah Mr/W Caeon continues a\patie t bait attended' theNational Mr: and>3tlrsA: E Ragans -
rk.will ; accpmpaniidfjier
Lorar
.p wltb the Clementses
P, ,
11 held in Perry's': JftsUval -.led ar L te Ot en flre> InttheQuitaian hofpltatA2c 'Coca home v -2" .
of{551 Jmadreds' of, fokars* .Vomot Band, '"Rie Mlrwrettes," ,little '* and Mrs- Fred, .BartlanT of ;=Cola 'convention inf, :M1Beach'l aid 'Mrs ,Larrie' Cherand.. .* few dayj,. .... A -...... :' .. : +
winners in tfiefoanf S" :AFB' last t week. This-vwa the &aJff Mr Guy Neely enjoyed a fish
to
Island c
-prizes Misses NI aMa- Cruce. Lynn McGuirjr, Pares spent family pent the Week1q Clearwate '
I -fun and .skin contests open to'thepublic and Ltmanhe Brown. % week: end with "...UieJrparents,. Mrandt&rs first national; conventioniheid: by Beach.,, supper Friday night at the 'Qems' /

Greenville'*Ii 'very proud of their Bartlami. nd ;'Mr and Mrs the company in thirteen years, and Mr and Mrs' Dewitt Green and entses'. r, -4l ',

TOM ADAMS'SPEAKER Band and its efficient Director,, an
Toni Adams, Florida's Secretaryof would like for every one to encourage s ., the 'dealers. The reports* were visit with -Mrs Clyde ,Sutton Satur Baptist Association in'-Lee last

State, will be the keynote speak.. :and support them so that CIVIL. DEFENSE DISCUSSED, given in a unique manner as they day night and Sunday. Thursday . f ..: '
D R. they may continue to Improve and were woven Into a musical staged Shelly and Michael Whitty came !
th oorhtime activities. ATeLUR. MEETING.Boland T_At'.... .remember Prayer Meeting
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11 entertain us with many more ref ,' .. .
by twenty-five !Broadway actors Saturday for' an over night visit '
Congressman
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"Billy"Matthews, f Wednesday night at 7:30.MADISON :
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markable performances.A .
with Jerome Mercer. .:
actresses who in
the and '. addition; pre 10;
will share pro-
District,
Eighth Greenville Supporter Pearce director
of Jacksonville -
Mrs Annette Miller
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conservation sented an evening entertainmentfor J acksqnI I SURGES IN LAST ;
in 'presenting of civil defense,' was' guestpeaker'at
gram ville is spending a few: days herewith
certificates. the 'convention_ members. Herb 1 HALf TO WIN NO. 4
awards and tree farm > the Lions' Club'meeting her grand parents'"Mr and Mrs
THE WEATHER Shriner, comedian and Coca-Cola After deadlocked 6 to. ( at ...
being
HUGE PARADE Tuesday .and told'of the civil defense ';J H. WiWanls'Sr; :. -
Festival Day will be kicked off organization and plans and 'girl Anita Bryant were on hand. A Mrs J L Deb>;otsls returned home .J half time :Madison gfootball Tr School's
,protection against hazards.He luncheon was also, given' for ..4000al J : team racked up three more
raising possible
at 9 am October 21 with flag Week ending October 17th, 1961 ] Sunday night from .the Memorial '
chil ; outlined the various .fieldS of the Americana 'boteL' 1 touchdowns and defeated Greenville
ceremonies-tollowed by .., ...Max. Mln. Rt hospital in Tallahassee for medical
dren's turtle races! and. : Jump-rope Wednesday* M- 86 61 ..00Thursday I.civil defense, including transportation Business sessions were held at :treatment :26 to 6 last Friday night in Green: ..

87 61 .00 government, engineering, food the Miami Beach .convention' hall Mrs W:D Johnson went to Dowl- 'ville.
contests.
71-unit parade, esti- Friday 78 62 .19 supply ahd so on. He said that Ing Park Tuesday to make her homeat Edgar Barrs scored on Madison'sfirst ;
At 10 a ma after
from scrimmage
two-miles long, Saturday .,'78 68 .02 I everyone should nave a\ fallout OLD BIBLE AND PAPER, the Advent home, her friends play Greenville
mated to be over Williams recovered a -
doWn- Sunday ,. 70 48 .00 ,shelter, and the quicker the/Detten hope she will do well there. Johnny
will move through Perry's Monday 81 42 .00() Following ,his talk, a number of Lewis Hill, brought to the Enterrise.Recorder fumble. on its first play from -

town streets. The parade will feature Tuesday 82 51 .00. questions were asked. Dr Frank an. old. family Bible, BIG. PARADE TO scrimmage.
colorful floats, beautiful girls,' Harrison Was in charge of the pro last week. r u LAUNCH. FAIRTallahassee.A Greenville, however tied the game
with comic cars, ', up in the second period when Roy
nine bands, clowns .21 gram. **
TOTALi The Bible belonged to his wife parade giganticin Pickles went over from the two-
smokey bear and even a children'spet Rainfall week ending Oct 14th at The Club voted an appropriation Mrs Susannah Grisham Hill, who quantityand quality will launch line. '
Lovett of .$25 to apply on the salary of yard
Gibson Tower 0.40 in ,
parade. ; recently. It was her all Madison's
passed away The second half was
Miss Miriam Acosta, who is teaching Tues.-ay
the crowds will move to Tower None, Autilla Tower 0.10 In,
Then here. father's Bible, a gift to Joseph L Haire went four yards for a touch-

Festival Park for noontime speechesand of Tower Sinclair 0.02 Tower in 0.30.'Madison in Mill forestry Creek ,Visitors Spanish present included J Wiley" i Grisham, by* his father, William Traditionally led by the Governor down in the third quarter and'" in
the traditional free dinner his Cabinet the combined the final stanza Roy Floyd ran 42
OJL4 .in.BROTHER Sirmon. Jesse Hughey, James Bunt- Grisham in 1856. It contained and I
fried mullet, .-'and swamp cabbage. headquarters- .' tog... Sheriff Moore Herman Cherry, records of the Grisham-Hili 'families military' high school university. agricultural yards to pay dirt and Barker scored

Free hot ;dogs .is an added attraction DIES Dr' BoUland, Lby Turner of' Tallahassee dating back to 1757. ensemble will provide a on a 25yard>ran, following an intercepted

that should be. popular with'the ; 'Saai.. an'etson of PeI' 'yand Called the 'ComprehensIve Bible, proper, send-off for the official pass, >.....

thousands of children attending a the Mrs M W Cherry Sr left Fridayto a number of"* ladies' who. came itfor it is an authorized version' contain 4 p m opening of, the huge five-day Bradley extra 'points Smith kicked Madison'stwo -', ..:-'tIN .:-

affair. be
From noon until dark contests Kay, of Lillington. N C, who was I and New TestaDeDwith index attracts visitors In. the. tens,','of CAR ACCIDENT :-. .Y
with prizes of over $400 will be ill and passed away Sunday night. MRS MINTZER DIES SUDDENLY and other information and pictures. thousands. u .

held for all ages.RED.FOLEY.DON. Mr and and Mrs Mr John Larrie Cherry Cherry of of Madi-Lee The Scripture, in Urge type. ,is Area high schools'' will springpeppy Mrr' '1, 'H ',Calb w1 received

: GIBSON enter- went son to attend the funeral held J&ri' Emma K 'Mintzer, 'age 67 of; very legible and an Inspiration; to cheerleaders and spritely scratches and bruises of both arms. \

The biggest professional there at 11 a. m Tuesday. Madison dieet'suddenly, of a heart read for over a 100 Years old Bible. }bandsmen on the more than,, 30,000 and-possIblf a fracture of the wrist '

tainment feature ever offered .by attack at, her. home Wednesday, Mr Hill also brought a .copy of people who will line Monroe Street in- an accident Wednesday .afternoon

the Festival will star Red Foley morning? the 1922 Atlanta, 'Constitution to. the betweenTennessee and GainekjStreets as she, was' returning home

and Don Gibson. The 'Willis Bros., Scoot Vohd erS .She was torn in New Jersey 'and office. Some of the foreign sad. for the once-a-year spectacular from a visit with her sister Mrs
Mountain had lived In Philadelphia all her life '
Sweet The Stoney
Sally similar to J C Bentley- near Southside school
farm problems- re
and Uncle Cyp Brasfield until she moved to Madison fifteen
Cloggers starstuddedshow. : FRONT PAGE 'years" ago. She was a member of those of today. near Quftman. At the intersection
will round out the The following are serving as the Presbyterian! church and :active One item stated despite the boll BUSINESS WOMEN MEETThe of the old Quitman highway and

braves under Chief Kirby Reich- 1 in,the work' of the circles. She leaves: weevils cotton was, grown sucess- Business Women's Circle of the new road she was making a
After the Red Foley shoW, Festi- mann for the big Scout financial many-friends who regret her passing. fully in Calhoun County 'S C.' the Greenville Baptist church met turn ..when the brakes failed and

val Day will end with 225-shot pro drive. '. Survivors are her husband. Joseph with Mrs T P McLebd Jr Tuesday the: car went down' the embankment t

fessional fireworks display-high Rev Dan McCown. Rev Paul i H Mintzer of Madison; threeMrS sisters, Mr and Mrs B G Wyche< and chic evening. into the edge of the swamp and

lighted by a huge pine tree as the Touchton Pat Milliner, Bob Lay' Freida Ross and Mrs Eloise! dren visited :Mrs Wyche's .'motherDom Mrs A D Reams presented the landed against a stump. She was

grand finale to the day of tributeto T C Merchant Jr. Wayne Weg r. Hahn, both of Philadelphia and !rlnMollie I Grantham in Si Luke'shospital Royal Service program.rbat ThyWay
Wiley taken to Pineview hospital where
tree. Robert Milner, Billy Beggs Bill Hayes of Eddington. Pa; two I May Be Known" in Malayaand
the pine JacksonvilleSaturday.. She '
Russell, Mit Sanders. Dr Marshall brothers Henry Hoefle Philadelphia, ; Indonesia. Several members she --is.recuperating. :- < -f.

Hamilton Maury Blalock.Griffin. ,and, ,Jackr .Hoefle. ., Briston Pa, and l underwent eye surgery there Tues-, participated in 'the program-jrepre- -: : -
- 1 DR1VEONTODAY Bishop, J'argo.Clark. and Al Hughes.' nieces, and, nephews. day of last week ,and was doing well seating. ;women; from those 'countries -.SHRINERS-ELEC; TThe '" .
.
Reach for' your>checkbooks, boyar Funeral services will be held Friday .. and expected to go home this week. : and. destr1bingacustoms: : :_andconditions :;;-- :-:-\ p- .

atoll a. m: at the chapel of the -x- there;' Some were ; in : :Sire Club mefWednesda Y.
fOR SCOUTS! 'WANTED: Young. Athletically l -
.
( 4 '. inclined to play'.FOOTBALL T J Beggs,-Jr Funera}*Home conducted ReV W T Ligon is one of k.team costume. / i night'at McNeil's Restaurant and :-
men '
.,; for young well established University by Rev Dan 'McCown and l of state :workers visiting ,and speaking :.Newmembers. : were welcomedinto elected 'the following officers::> -

Scout: Need music by Prof Wailer Whttloek. at Baptist .A&sodaionIleetlngs the circle. '- Axe "Zipperer. pres Charlie;
big drive for Boy Y Jn Northeast Georgia.
::The Crestview, business session followed, after Groover, v-p; C Vernon Rag m.
funds blasts/pff today, Tridayv Oct.: Glue-Fingered .:. Ends Dead Eye The ,remains will' be'forwarded following |in.Ft. Walton Beach A -"
and Milton this week.. Mr McLeod Mrs Reams andMrs' sec; Carroll 'B1a1ock. treas.
which Mrs
20. Kirby ReIcl1rii nn is chairman.. Passers-in fact, an entire team. If the ,service to North CedaJ Pensacola .
fourth
coterie bihelpers. : interested BOB LAY at Hills cemetery in Philadelphia foi Ligonis representing the Florida L' 'L- Harper served sand- : Meetings are planned each
assisted by a. capable contact .
at McNeil's at 7:30'p..
to.
I Hawaiian punch. ;Tuesday
t WMAF. burial.- : Baptist Children's Home; wlchescookies, : and oo: '. '

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An Inestimable pressing our appreciation of our
Service I
; : advertisers, and saying .that, WSYA46Rp
R- ft-U ; E-KCOUa Newspapers, however, <$o with us, they are of the salt of oaR N rut !
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: Published Weekly Subscription .$3.75 Per Year in Advance publish the news, first though o ire NE SpgAOCp
i Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year that be. To the extent that it Vcontier
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: Nearly A Fourth OfWorld's
can do so, we feel that it should
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application .
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articles of interest
: publish general -
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; .: Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June.. and promote the health, PopulationMainland

t oJ '1 ; 15th,.1905 under Act; of March; 8., 1979. standard of living, morals, com, China, also knownas

': :':. :D5yNEBSTC. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR._. inertial development and prog- The People's Republic of .2
_ AND ASSOCIATES ress of the' community it China and as Communist China,

> '\ serves and in its way strive to'jis i the l largest country in the FOR FUEL OIL CALL WITH HARDEE--MOTOR CO.
MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 have a better town, county I world in & the
population second I Q. T. (Baddy) McWffliams, Jr. ,Ike Hutto is now a salesman with
NEW ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901
.; ,' CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 state, country and world. News- largest in area. Its area is not AGENT STANDARD' OIL CO. Hardee Motor Co. He lives at
"ff. papers have a tendency to be much greater than that of the HU 3-2279 Cherry Lake and formerly had a
store which he sold.
in Madison
r& T. C. MERCHANT_ editor and Publisher dramatic-the sale of copies is United States, but its popula- He invites his many friends to call
; I '.. I :. T. C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing'Editor' their lifebloodbut they need, tion is more than. four times LOCAL CHAIRMANMrs on him at his new location.

I. n-ms..A. W. VANN, City Editor .. especially i the larger daily! as great; in fact, China has Betty' B Brinson will serveas 70 x 15 GoodyearAll4Veather

t';;'... .MRS. W. E.,. WILSON, Advertising ,Manager. papers, to caution themselves, almost one-fourth of the wholeworld's local chairman of the 1961 Tire
I although the news must be population.' The country -Christmas Seal Campaign which

perhaps, although we do; not given, not to unduly play up the is so varied and so vast opens November 13 and continuesthrough As As
December Low $11.88 J
: wish to talk about ourselves. bad; and some..ot us have done that only a few 'highlights can The Christmas Seal dollars: '

t too much, we may be permittedto just that, both as it concerns be listed in a sketch such as given by local citizens to help protest Plus Tax and Trade-in
'write a few lines on Newspaper relations. between the races in this. There are nine cities in the health of their fellow men atMESSERBattery 4I

WkFurthermore, ,which is this. week. this country _and :between our the country eaoK with .a population will be used to hasten the day ,
at least one country and certain other coun 'of more than a million. when tuberculosis may be wipedout I & Tires Co.

... reader is expecting such, for tries. In the gathering gloom Peiping is. the capital, China in Florida. s
Little Rain
one of our county' high school. that hovers over the wcjrld is the best-watered' country in .

It turned cold on, us during i students was in the office last today itt behooves us all. not to the world, with three great!

the week end, with the ,thermometer week and, Sked'how we plannedto add irritation. ; to -irritation' rivers, the Si-kiang, Yan8't.Zc- why suffer from \
,dropping to. 42 this observe the week.Appreciated ridicule to ridicule, obstinacy to Kiang and the Hwang-ho, risingin r'o

Monday morning. Since several obstinacy, unkind words to Unkind the mountains and flowing
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parts of the county _are somewhat 'words and ugliness to ugliness. into the sea.. Like all snow-fed_ HOTWEATOER ,;

: cooler than the weather t If',the, newspapers, of theworld rivers, the Yangtze (or Great
station location, that would indi- Recognition can:.. d'd o promote the :River) is subject, to floods .Bad Hpm Jr 7Get

cate that we could ,have had peace of- the world-and they which keep t.h.e..nearby. lands

frost.. We had ,a, good bit of Some years, ago the typesetting can-they 'will ,have rendered constantly fertile,but sometimesare New LOW COSTfr .

wind Saturday night, but very machine company. in.its. the ,. '
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little rain, only about a,fifth of advet sing displayed the 'picture I vice. crops and villages and bring '

an' inch preceding the cool spell I, of: a' hand\ at the machine death and famine Rice, tea,: the AlIERtand ,

.- and that was not enough to keyboard and captioned it The Have Tier Difficulties mulberry and" bamboo. ; -are" the hole house. air conditioning! .
I get; the ground.,ready for planting Hand That Keeps The World _, four most valuable vegetable -'
.' rye. Indeed, with only an Informed. And the, giving of Newspapers have their T difficulties products of $lima. The countryis For free estimate caff <

inch and a half of, rain ,during information we hold is the first as well as any other essentially. agricultura1.I. '.fOHN'P. AGNER .j.ft

the whole. of ,..September.and duty of the newspaper. 'Vhilethere business. We think possibly the Wheat, .m !let', corn, barley, : .
less than a hal -inch for: the is no written contract; snialler .papers, .such as ours fruits, >peas, soybeans and .other t ,PLUMBfttS"AM) HEATING '
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past month, planters of small there. is- a .kind of moral. obligation have more' difficulties than the vegetables are grown in the '' HU 604.Madison. ..... Fla.
grain have /t>een stymied so on the, part of the newspaper larger. ,ones, b't' we 4o! ,not know north, and rice, sugar cane and -r- ..

t i far.' This situation, however, in return for its subscription -they have. their :troubles too. indigo in the south; tea is

often occurs,. like the blue moldin _. _j- price,. ,to ,'give the There is,.sometimes the questionof grown in '''the' western and :.g
the early spring. By and by news of the community it serves: shortage of help, machinery southern parts of .China and

the rains will_y_ com and then within the limits of its ability, trouble, extra amount 'of work, silk culture. Ts,carried pn chieflyin
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things will, get to: going.: anil''facilities. Usually this news any number of things, and, the the eastern. coastal ':region.Other "#-

-', is ,pleasant, or only informative, deadline ,is there to be met. important farm products

-: but once :in a while it is unpleasant 'Sometimes, as was the 'case include tobacco, fiber crops suchas ., ., .
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PassTheSiflUUMIn $ and the .newspaperman last.week, some long legal hemp, jute and ,:flax', and ice... t SK" S

last week's. column. we had really hates to carry 'it; notices come in, or other extra cotton. China ranks third,in the ,

a few notes about** t our great. however,. he must be'true to his work, that simply must be world in the production of :t .

nut tree, the..pecan, 'which i is profession, and he _appreciatesit handled at: once, and that, cotton. China's mineral resources 4 .
having a spotted productionthis if _he is not asked_ to withhold means that something else that, are_ enormous, and' Include ..<

year. And. there are other legitimate news :from pub- would have been. set does noget' coal,. iron ores tin ore, : __

products of interest. We have lication. Occasionally, thoughnot set at once. However, we: tungsten, antimony, 'gold, :
so often, a person :wants try to get around to it. all before : copper, lead, ,zinc, silver, mercury -

cornmg_ unpleasant news about himself too long. wolfram, molybdenum, ,
published. Years a public bismuth, salt kao-
of course sugar cane, which ago manganese _
should by virtue of the dry official who lost thejob to lin, building stones and crude ..

"weather be rather sweet this which 'he had' been elected told Salt Of He Earth oil. The Chinese are noted for 1-- :J4i-

year, has been on, sale in the this paper that he wanted.it to their silk goods, wood and /

.stores for some time. A long. publish that he was 'fired. On A person cannot say some! ivory carving, bronze casting, I : -

tune ago we heard of a young another occasion a man fromout l magic word and transform a goM and silver -filigree work *1 r .

man at a boarding house who in the county came to town l news. article into an account on l and lacquer ware. Many of _
said "Pass the simmons pleas and engaged 'in two or. three the printed page After the! these products'come.from small .: f

:when,.he was :wanting: .a serving, fights with another'man on the! article has been written and l shops and homes. MOd rn industries .; -

of prunes. Persimmons' now are main 'street. Following publication edited intc .consist-,chiefly ,of cotton ; #:

.' ripe; the,,wjlcl ,o l es, if_ they' are of the incidents. the! type and i don't think ,that-, thetypesetting I and wool mills, silk-reeling: r.w, .:::. ,L ... ,,4L_*; ; J:
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soft enough are right good, writer saw the man coming machine can't give. mills, rice and wheat processing .
and the :cultivated ones are, across the street towards.'the! u l?- ,I mills, ironworks, tanning $1,595 '

mach larger and more of a newspaper office. We are in f01. corrected, put into the forms I and the manufacture ofype ... .

*'.:delicacy. Jlhe .KJtle! ,persimmonxtree 'some' Bussing now, he thought, and :printed. Every-line of ''t t 'matches. ...-- H" ,, cement_ _, ... ,, 'chemicals. tjHfR' r.IF v(ot-the cotch? There i 'ta1Y.'JJ 9 .JJ.
; J in Mis3! EUa Armstrong's S ,but imagine his surprise whe l in the paper costs sometxxJy'.electrical appliances, machinery, the suggested price f at the port of'entry.for& -1'
yard North!; Ifony street is .the man greeted. him with '1: some money. If, in the editor's, clothing: and tobacco_ products.TefemtiTrtities "Volkswo'gen Sedan... ;; .
on -
'jufil loadedwith.fruit this want, to ',subscribe. .. ,for. that; opinion, it justified by its =--. ._:: The ,ice. .indwJf$ Federal excise,taxo/HJ Im? i : .
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induifes the byilt-heatet/defroster
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it was planted many years ago windshield! washer. electric windshield wipers t4 .
recognition even if it warn' : then the paper stands the cost;
> wh
.L') y a kindly oldgentleman[ and dual podded sun visors.
he built the 'home and. is encomplimentary.: Long ago a l but, if'it is.primarily of benefit t; Can Lee Radio &'fi-V for:last and What else do you *ave to pay? Qvty thcharge : 'nc\ .-
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; ,:turning. to :give"1 enjoyment- long, complained of an article, in to .an individual :or 'group, the J l makes.reliable service. We service. .all for transporting the car from the portofentry -
After the :one. who planted it paper 'that he wasn't seIlinJwhiskey the beneficiary should take care I. 16 Factory years trained experience.technicianwith Phone $23.; 3. And local sales tax: $1535., r:!.
has passedaway.. he, was selling beer. of the expense. While the subscriptions HU 36182. 'S.tf-cb There is one optfonol that makes a lot of senses ;
(both were illegal here at the! and paper sales are ,_ ;the matching! 'leatherette upholstery,' for-$ OOOextra. ; i

time' ), although the error, ii: of considerable help-and it is FOE ELECTRONIC ". .. Nearly everyone orders ,i t DeowseJiTehminaterthe } r ';; '
Newspaper :Week f '- need for slip covers. .
I there was one,"was only in the! absolutely necessary that the And that's it. '.

... We commentedrlast ,week and, amount of alcoholic content of: paper be read, else it does n 0' Pi'T. IJIIII '" y, (Unless you count the cost of gas cna*+ ott;{tl.'
the week before on Fire Prevention : the beverage in question. News. good -.anybody knows that the CALL > 1 if lakes you to get here in your presjent car J
should and do bulk of -" .. .., .. ,. -.# <;<.' ''' .:"
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OFFICERS .... rc H 50th ''ANNIVERSARYf. h 4 g'" 1IY' friends"to*their 50th
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body of North. Florida .Junior Col, .." iW_. i; $495HARDEE --
lege elected the following. studentsto .: ,
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Freshman and Sophomore classes. SMFTH, ,DRUG STOREMadison MOTOR :CO. f
President of Student'
the Body, t/
Brpce ,Hinchliffe, Perry. Florida -
MR. HONORED
AND MRS BEGGS
Vice President .of the'Student .
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Body Luther Pickels, Greenville. Shirey Madison, Geraldine Bowers, CALL HU. 3-6505' turHOnuo
Secretary of the Student Body Greenville, Jean Zipperer Madison,. Mr and Mrs Al Atchison 'and Mr BltomrwD, ,
Sircy Rowe, Madison r--- .- Billy Pennington, Jasper. and Mrs B G Wyche were hosts at JACKWADE, -
Freshman Senators, 'Linda Lou President of the Freshman Class, a barbecue supper at the Atchison
Freeland, Tallahassee, Ann Cone. Ann Cone!. Greenville. home Thursday evening feting Mr CITIES- .SERVICE_ __0 0_n_ 'OIL CO.
Greenville. President of the,Sophomore. Class, and Mrs J T Beggs m. -
Sophomore Senators William Billy ,Pennington. andMrs .
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Eight couples including a
Repairs on all small gas
T J Beggs Jr enjoyed the
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AT YOUR affair. delicious. supper of bar- ., Briggs-Stratton and BIcCa&och WESTERN AUTO STORE :
becued chicken and ribs, salad and .
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dessert was served. Sales and, Service.

:. ;Chuck Mrs C E Fulton' assisted the MADISON, FLORIDAAllthe '::, .

Wagon hosts in serving and, entertaining.Mr 1. .. ,... .- ,.
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P:CANDIED CAMS. ,;; : Sj '" .. *.GARDEN 'PEAS James Rogers of Valdosta will be- "
LIMA BEANS ': rfn,_ PEAR. SALAD gin :Monday October 23, at Pine ,
;:.'...' .COLE, SLAW v ;* '. POTATO'SALAbHOME.MADE Grove Baptist church. Service will .
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AND We Have .a Full Line of t__;i : % CPA COOPERATIVE MILLS ._ .

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FIRST GRADE NEWS .
{ ra'> We have 57 children ) t s's
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vWe are happy in school.

Our first books are readiness

$ Ac/ ,. readers. They ,help'us .' determine s

shape', size, differences, .left to M

right eye movement, auditory per

ception of initial consonant sounds t
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and rhyme and help us to become

aware of oral words as language 1

units. Soon we will be ready for

# P2 t i iis our story books. 3 ,

Grade 2 Section 1-Mrs Herring,

:: I: : .1: a Teacher. We want to thank our

1 parents and friends for helping us
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money. We are planning now how

we want to spend it.

: s' Gwen Lewis, jBruce Young and Se.C3z1.$

; Donnie Toler celebrated their r

f : :: +atH. ny N I birthdays in September, Steve You are cordially invited to be our guests at

.," Miss Carol Jean Ragans became Mrs Ragans. the bride's mother, Owens and Abe Kinsey had birth- .

4 the bride of Julian Lamar Tuten 'was gowned in a blue lace sheath, days this month. We made birthday '

/ I:in a five o'clock ceremony Sunday fashioned with side drapery, over pictures for them and sang "Happy : :. the Pine Tree Festival in Perry 'Oct. 2021. ,:
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*afternoon at the Madison Presbyterian taffeta. She wore a matching hat Birthday". .

.i church The bride is the ,and accessories, white gloves and a Grade 2 Sec 2 Mrs Black, ,;, S

-k, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert white orchid corsage.
Teacher. :
Henry Ragans and the bridegroom's Mrs Tuten, mother of the bride PETE and family
We to lose Bobby
4 parents Mr and Mrs Frank Buford groom,, was attired in a dusty rose were sorry r-
Childers,. ; : but know he will be
| Tuten. brocade dress designed with"a shawl
Pinetta with his former
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"A background, of ,palms and collars and bracelet length sleeves. happy
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magnolia foliage and a large She wore a matching hat and ac- classmates. We wish him the best Thursday Closing a r
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standard of white gladioli, giant cessories, and white gloves A of luck. : Attention Dog and Cat Owners ;:

j Silver Sheen mums and snapdrag- purple' orchid formed her corsage. The cool weather we have been ., .

I ons flanked by cathedral candelabra The bride's parents entertainedat having makes us more aware of Beginning Thursday, Oct. 26, ) "

,} holding burning white tapers&formed a reception immediately followingthe :the presence of fall. We have been WILLIAMS- REWS, INC. Due to the alarming increase In rabies both in Madison !

f i: the setting for the wedding partj r. ceremony in Fellowship HalL i studying about the signs of fall in and in Jefferson counties; the Town of Greenville decrees,. I

% Southern smilax outlined the''. hol Arrangements of greenery and science. /- will close on Thursdays at 1:00 effective', f r .-J- ,. ,'
rail and were>mfcrfced baskets of giant white mUms and I 3" *' pim.. '*h ,, "e" t
\ family pews TSrade 2 Sec Mrs Wimberly, .:Ii : r. ''' ; '! : 'i.
,'j with nosegays of mums, ,gladioli gladioli; made a pretty background Teacher. On other days business hoursw1'11be'from'8 SOY. lit '

florets and satin ribbons., at one end of the Hall for the I of ._ '. 1, ., ," 1961 ..: : f.--'""_, .-
:. We have spent the .majority 3a. m. to'fi m: ; .., .
t The Reverend Dan McCown :officiated -, bride's. table, that was overlaid with ,.'oJ p. 'i *\ J. "

;. at the impressive double;>> ring a' handsome imported, 'cut work, I!our time this :fIrst"six weeks of *?.:" r.. '>Jr.- (advt' ) *_.- | and< Wall,'doga.j :and._teats found running 'loose on the
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ceremony. linen and lace.cloth The fourtieredbeautifully school. in reviewing ,,' grade stiiefoof the Town- of Greenville without- collar and

Organist Wailer Whitlock played. embossed wedding. calfe !material t; old October'4th. Dana .Marie Mays metal tag stating the animal has been vaccinated for rabies

; a program of wedding music and was topped with lilies of the' i Some of:us have started reading" and Louise Naughton enjoyed} the \ ,
valley and carnations that were a second'grad level, and we are : "
the traditional marches and accompanied on ? circus in Qintmanlast; Friday after ,
Miss Anne Folsom who replica of the bride's bouquet, and all studying spelling. Will Impounded t

: sang I L9ve Thee, Because and TheLord's was encircled with a tulle ruching Perhaps you would 'Jike to.,know noon ,
studded with pearls. Sprays, of carnations $. illy .Mitchell's grandmother, ,
Prayer. names\ of
the members our
marked the corners of the the .of from Columbus, Ga came last weekto It is 'also decreed thai if such animals are not redeemed
The bride's attendants were Mrs 'are
lass.
Carroll Lance of 'Tallahassee as table and garlanded the silver They live ..with, them. within twelve hours of notification of impounding .,by
J V Bass, Clyde Diamond, Genie
jnatron-of-honor; ; and Mrs Marion candelabra holding, lighted tapers. Al Iacone Timmy Odom, Reba McDaniel and her brother paying all costs, charges and expenses, they will be des-

Roberts of St Petersburg Mrs Crystal punch bowls on small tables DuRant. Johnny are ,proud of a new colt troyed. '*
were embedded in lacy' l rt). In- Lamar Pittmaiv Johnny Raker, ,. ..,
Charles Roberts, Lake .Butler and which they,have named .Katy ,

Mrs Robert H Ragans Jr of Orlando dividual cakes, punch .mints. and Gary Sands,' Ronnie 'Tolar; Dub I We have all enJored..the new THIS DECREE WILL BE
served. : ? ; \ ,
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bride's ..salted were ;
the sister-in-law, were books In our library.
Cutting and serving wedding cake Danatta Andrews, Debbie Bell, >_ :,. ,H
Ann : "
bride's maids Miss
Ragans 'We are glad to have. Miss Acosta *
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sister of the bride and Miss Harriet were Mrs Robert Andrews and Mrs Ellen Cason' Frandy Gaskins, teach. 'Spanish. h. By Order of the Mayor. -

Gandy..were junior bride'smaids 'and, W T Beggs. Pouring punch were Janice Hammock. Kathy Kelley:
Grade 5 Sec 1 Miss Williams
Vivian Ragans of Orlando" the Mrs HenryStallings.. Mrs William Debbie Pickles Delia Ragans, Dur- : SOur Dr Davis will be at the Greenville City Hall .Saturday, Oct*-28th-
Cave Mrs Kenneth Lee and Mrs Teacher.
bride's niece was' flower girL lie' Sims, Millie Tibbals. i has from 1 until 3 pm for the purpose of vaccinating dogs and cats.
Silly Pillow. Mrs Edward ParkerJr class been working in
The bridegroom's, best man was Mrs Mercer teacher third'' grade: -
and :Mrs the
Ashley Fraleigh kept
the library. We grave ,
Billy D Pillow of Perry and ushers section I some new

... were Robert H Ragans Jr, Orlando, ,Misses bride's Brenda:.book.Baker Assisting'were, Beverly Gib. This 'year one. we have more girls i books and now some, are ready for We have been .having, a PTA questions to" answer. If we get them

end Philip Alan Ragans of Madison son Judy Cole; Wanda and Sheryl than boys-17 girls and 13 boys. the shelves. Jn the ,library we have membership drive for the last two f all checked we get,.a fire hat and
brothers of the bride; and Kenneth been putting new signs on the weeks. It has been lots of fun try. 1
Williams Nancy Smith Rosemary Bonnie Williams David Reams, a. badge,,. i lI1', _,
Lee and Gene A Stephens of Perry. Brinso .vBetty Bevis and' Grace Aline Dasher and Micheal Cowart: shelves.: : We have been trying to ing to get' the most members.xThe

BEAUTIFUL BRIDE Tyson. Misses Rebecca Davis and ""schoof this '.f I keep the, books In order. prize was'$5.00 for the room getting 1958 Studebaker Priced
to our year
aze new? !
The bride in marriage We have elected these officersfor
was given LaVerne Ragans passed mints and from Jack the most members. Our room. (Mrs
David :
-' Bonnie and ,are
e'-. # by her father and was beautiful nuts. our: class. .
end : \ Tadlocks) won with 100 members.Mrs '
her wedding gown of white peau de Hostesses' were Mrs Beasley Cole sonville. Aline romTallahassee President Jack Dickinson, Vice- Brockman's ) room came in to sellHARDEEMOi:0CO.,.
Tallahassee and
sole designed on Empire'es.. The Mrs Richard Baker, Mrs, Julian Micheal from president, Fran Bishop Secretary, .81 members.
second with ,
bodice of Alencon lace 'over peau Gibson, Mrs George Gandy, Mrs ,:J Micheal from Corpus Christi, ":
Gaile Stokes; Treasurer, Betty Fire' Prevention $795-
This week is
de sole featured an oval neckline of O Wade, Mrs J M DuRant Mrs Texas. '" I
lace studded with Naughton,, News- reporter, Tim Week. Monday Mr Jim Bunting .
self-scalloped Jack Wade Mrs T L Fraleigh, MrsS In science we have been studying :

i seed pearls and iridescent sequins ,H Moore, Mrs J T Brinson Mrs i iJ'ulia about rocks and clay. We made Sanders, Laura Schoelles.We : showed us two films on fire pre. :

and had a back closing with covered Smith Bevan Mrs Patrick I some ;things from clay last week. have anew girl and a 'new vention. He gave us booklets ,with .
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buttons finished with a bow. The boy. Allen Blanton from Greenville --
Vlillinor, Mrs :J A Davis, Mrs Dan We are 'proud of our new books -
:. sleeves were long and tapered to tfcCown, Mrs Kirby Reichmann, social and Linda Williams from :Jackson- '
and -t
Spelling
l points at the wrists. Pleats at the Mrs Carl Bevis, and Mrs W G Shel- this year. ville are Dew'members of our'class Now at .
studies books are our newest ones.
waistline created an Empire design this term. -
::' and lace applique formed a panel don.Mrs Miriam Whigiham got the most .
and Mrs
Vernon Ragans E Our class is practing a play,
!i the voluminous for PTA from our room.
on the front of members
E Hadden rendered ,piano music Highlights of the Civil War. We A.., -. "
; skirt that terminated in a chapel the hours. She brought in three members. t -;
during reception : :
train. Her fingertip French illusion When Mr and Mrs Tuten left on Eugene Royals Harriet Lindsey, have read in our textbooks and in
t .: veil was attached to a crown of lace the reference books on the War be- DAvISSERVICE I
their wedding trip to poults of in- David Studstill Dwight Rages
: studded with seed pearls and sequins. tween the States. -
terest in South Florida the bride and Cheryl Taylor have had birthdays -
She carried a crescent bouquet of We have, several new' books this
r was wearing a Navy] silk'shantung since school began.
Cattleya orchids, stephanotis, fleurd term. We enjoy using them and
sheath with matching jacket whiteleaver ,
'amour and pearl leaves showered Grade 3' Sec 2, lCopeland. STATION
hat, Navy accessories and a hope to learn lots.
with satin.nd pearls. Teacher. .
picot white orchid corsage from her wed- this In our PTA drive we have: 29 .
The matrbn-of-honor and bride's- ding bouquet. We have one new pupil members. ?7Inmdon-. 2/h.
in identical Chuck Hitchcock attended
maids were gowned
The bride is a graduate of Madison year. Grade Six Sec one Mrs TadlocK.
dresses of peacock peau de soie high school and Florida State school last year in Clyattville, Ga. Teacher. You can get a nice 6.95 Kitchen Chop Board Absolutely

fashioned short sleeves.with The oval skirts necklines were bell-and University where she was a memberof We have 16 boys and 14 girls.snakes, ,CLASS OFFICERS !I FREE, when you, let us WINTERIZE your,,- car. This. .
We our garter ( '
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Alpha sorority, servingas : watch '
shaped and featured front drapery toad 'Our lizards Pres -: Fran.,Harrison, Vice presr includes:, V *
sorority president in her junior swallow Irogs.:
caught with bows. 'Their hats of Sim Smith Sec Roy Dickey, .,:7 f '
and senior years. She is a memberof feed on%spiders ,and' grasshopPers. OIL CHANGE : ;;.
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de Sole were bow design Tr*as David Purdon. P'
peau the Perry high school faculty: We are 'enjoying studying Science SHELLUBRICATION ,:
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and had matching veils. They wore -' The students have been going to
The bridegroom is a graduate of: Our new Social.Stu book Is It- OIL FILTER :: .:
white gloves and peacock satin gr
band Monday, Wednesday and < .t-
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every '
Madison, high school where he! "In City Town and Country"Ve : :. SHELLZONE ANTI-FREEZE3 ,
semI-
Their flowers were .
pumps. :
crescents of golden bronze Fug starred in 'football and won an i are going to learn ,more af ou1, Friday. Mr Clinton Harris is ,our :t'. -. CRISSX310SS TIRES J::ki f* :.-'..::1..,
athletic to the UniversIty band director. We have 14 people < "' .'
scholarship "*
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mums tied with autumn gold satin i Madison. I I4tfc REPLACE WORN FAN ; ,fit:
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of Florida which he attended in our 6th grade band. S
ribbons. Grade Sec ,1 Mrs Pinson,. :
several terms. He is with the Citizens We, are 'having midget football, <# ". BELTS and RADIATOR HOSE -".-. -. i..l.
The little flower girl's lace : Teacher. .
Bank in Perry where the teams this year. Some of the girls .
trimmed dreSs was of white organza The Fourth Grade Section one We will
pick and dehV
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See before the up
over taffeta with oval neckline and couple will make their home. has twenty-nine members. We w : from the fifth and sixth grades are us ,'-. \

puffed sleeves and her sash and< eregoing to Abe cheerleaders. Sorrn
glad to have Carlton Bembry DAVIS SERVICE STATION
headdress were peacock blue. ,Sh } boys from the fifth sixth and

-.,*'carried a lace and ribbon basket Wayne Goody is now in Tt Eustis, our class last week. seventh, grades are playing on the > .

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,.}....{.f4t.z--,. ;I;.;Complete MACnnm'SHOSERVICE z:-P*- ". 5t1l 'J,i'r :I EARLY FROST different-.points.. in the county during J t .

: ** for BriggsStrattonand I the cool weather the first of the "I
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'... Several.. persons reported frost at. week.
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QAKllllL'NEwFMr We .wish to, express our appre- 9 q
ADAPT-A-FLANs .e Gulf LifeL r ciation to..everyone' for their many
ADAPT A kindnesses, expressions- of sympathyand AND PETITE 2 PC.
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can PLAN : ,e .' the beautiful flowers .:.
/ .- ;' andMrs: R .P Buchanan were during the .
r Flts your hosts to the ,F ,A Buchanan family illness and_ passing of our loved one, 3" .. -, ., .Y.
your''widow changing Mrs Minnie L 'Kinard. H' SUITS --
keep :
reunion
Sunday, Oct 8. The :families "
t! May God bless each of fi .
gathered olf'the lawn under the big you. r : :
out ;-'!4 v'' ..... oak tree for ,the .1 bountiful basket A L KINARD and FAMILY Sizes' 8-16 Regular $1O.95;a,Y4.! .

:ASK ABOUT XT TODAY' dinner: and visiting later. The oldest ; if.:
Of work! Gas i 4 !. -
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member Logs i. 58 88 j. : j ;3
f' -- ..,E present was ,Mrs ;"F A Buchanan $i:7 t

: Gulf, Life' .,W. son,of,.Jr'the.and youngest Mrs Scott Carol Lehman Lehman, ,Natural or LP GasWCCOPELANDJR, .T.: ; BOY'S "' .'! ;:c

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; -- and. great-grandson of Mrs Buchanan "
Founded_- 1911 Home'Office,Jacksonville, Florida ,1.\ Those attending were Mrs F A .5 flannel PajamasSizes

Buchanan. Mr and Mrs Clarence I .

%' DEEP and SHALLOW Buchanan ,and sons Mr and Mrs B Miss Mary Newsome of Tallahassee -

WELLS, up to.4in. at SAVF ,r S Buchanan and family, Mr, ,and spent 'last week end with her 3-8 Regular $1.49' t i '

HOWE 'lON: SUPPLY CO. :Mrs Br. K Cox and family, Messrs aunts Misses .Thursa and Irene ..'- '; .,
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Gordon and Jesse Huggins; of Lake -
Williams. :
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SHORTHORN SALE Park and Mr and Mrs Emmett Gaston :' .-,:'.. ".:;'"d'1., ">,, .,,, .":
son Johnny Mr Gordon Keel- 7
The',. Southeastern Regional Shorthorn ing, Mr and Mrs Dale Hall and 29th Semi-Arinual : _

*and\Polled Shorthorn Breeders'I : son, Mrs Iver Gaston, Mr and Mrs Southeastern, Regional. :;" '

Association. an organization withmembers Paul Reaves 'of Hahira; Mr and SHORTHORN and POLLED IVY SLACKS "

in six Southeastern states, f Mrs.Carol Lehman and children of SHORTHORN S ; .1. .
aD oaES Show and Sale .
has again selected South Georgiaas S1 Valdosta
f Mr and Mrs Gordon Keel- '
the sH\ of its semi-annual Fall Sizes 28-36
FRESH ing Miss Onita Buchanan of Jacksonville :
show and \\uctirfn sale. The event Mr and Mrs Bobby >' '
Buchanan -
will be hat Camilla Friday, Steinhatchee Mullet Mr and Mrs Calvin Buchanan A.. -, ''\ : < .. 2 PAIR S6OO S i: .r ,
October ;a 1: in the Mitchell County and son, Ross Arnold Jr and >. i

salej'oarn.<< One hundred twenty- 21bs.25CHICKEN Bobby,,Arnold of Dixie and Mr and .. ;".r : .- LADIES' I '(

four head will be sold as 105 lots, Mrs Herbert. Buckles and children, \.; .... tU. ,. :DACRON NYLON COTTON .' ..J. '
40 bulls and 65 female lots. Valdosta. This was formerly a 6vis.
r birthday gathering but will -' ;..
NECKS, now be )'
S BACKS AND WINGS an annual family reunion in October. SLIPSk;.i... ,
MADISONIce Those from the Pinetta area attending A.t: :'. ;
.. the Gramling reunion at :,0- c&t.... S. -, ,",
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Shiloh FRIDAY OCTOBER 27 J: ,
\\1 5, Sunday were Mr Pierce and .
& Storage; .. Reg 5.95 Value-Sizes 32-38 Y '.._, ;
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: Florrie Gramling Mr & Mrs \; : '
SMOKED SAUSAGE Don Cantrell and children Mr and CAMILLA, GEORGIAi rtJ j : !;*
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Yo t'% Mrs: Frank Hammock : \ :' ,' S .00' "T f" :
and Lounett, 2
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124 Head all
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\. Mr and Mrs Ed Blair, Mrs Ivy -' r,' :
Curing and Smoking :* WEINERSVsubY ; 105 Lots" 'W .:
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I :- 1 . :,. $1.00 .Reeling and children, Mrs Bessie '40 BULLS 28 are 20 months or .
,.., '.. Ih. :;.MEAT 'em Hammock older, others close to this age. J
... Come and get 'Mr Chandler Gramling,
RUGS
; .>;'.: ,. '. ,........it.. i CHARLIE WYtfN, MGR .Ii Mrs Cora Davenport, ,Mrs 11 Eblle .65..F. A 1-LOTS'. .some- '-'in'show' ';i.fj' -- -, .' "f: .: .,
j .. t j, I' .ot'. MEAT DEFT., "J,? i Gramling. Mjrs :Florence McMiilian condition, many,,in pasture .: > I": S&e' '
Bur.One, ,Get> One Free>ff pnd Mr and Mrs.R L ,Crafton \ .,. flesh. Cows "with calves afoot .f 1-.1 :"Reg..:X49, 24 i 3S. .V.'IMO .

-' + CARD,OF THANKS, Mk Sally 'H, mmock returned to ;.,bred'.' and.' .::1., 'open >'h ifers.' l'"" t ;. :.. ,. ; ; f1H' -

\ MyCarter Paint her home Monday after spendingsome Consigned by leading-herds from six ,... $1.I .DO : ,, : t{
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J": ,r 1 time With, relatives in Valdosta. Southeastern States .- H41 t '
; We wish to. express, our appreciation t- < : ; .
Show: 8:30 a. m. Auction sale: :
fo.our: friends'fortl eir Mr' and Mrs J tZipperer of M' '
FREEZER LOCKERS AND. : many 12:00 noon. Mitcbeir County sale J ] :: '
x .. kindness and to our friend Rev Jacksonville visited hey 1-rents; Mr -. .$
: barn. Find out ;why 'SO many
BULK STORAGE, Finkle, who was very faithful at t and Mrs Frank Hammock, Saturday' practical beef cattlemen' ,are'.swinging : : '

iSp. the loss of our husband,' fatherland PINETTA PTA CARNIVAL to Shorthorn.bulls ,More ..
1 >, NIGHT grandfather:. Mr J D W11lian.n, The Pinetta PTA carnival-Sato r- Pounds ;More Dollars.. For.further 1 .- o',;,, -
c \ ICE: DAY OR who passed away Friday, Oct. 6.: / .- ;",
day, Oct 7, was the event of the information,or catalog contact A!''T a '
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":.'J'.t.. ,' Mrs J D Williamson month-aril one of the most succes-- Rigsby, Sale City., Ga. r. Use Your 30-day ,Charge or Take Months. to pay, .
Mrs Rufus Webb and FamilyM : '
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.YOURtai ; ful ever held. Supper was''eived {(
I j WE ,WILL BUY Williamson and Family. to
4 .' 9 over 300 people. New '
: 11 features'this .
.5. '
i' Pecans 1957 .Ford F-100 year were: a jail. country store anda "& :
Miss Pinetta
: S contest with Messrs
1 lb. up Real Clean 0>, Eldridge fountain. Joe Buchanan.
4 Rob Crafton, Bill Deloach Bill 'S..
": Woodson Daniel 1 -'. $795 Coody, E L Gurr and Nels Falkas

entrants. Rev E L Gurr was. de- OILALL

HU 3-6306 HARM ,MOTOR CO.Mr clared winner and received many ACCOUS
prizes. Each entrant also received. FUEL

SEASON TITLE'CHAMPIONSHIP and Mrs C W Barber have re- gift. The.. high- -. school" king and'. $ebnwere ; ,

RACE'" turned, .foa visit. 'in Jacksonville Buddy Hadden and Robbie
The season's title racing event this
with their son-in-law and daughter, Law, elementary Hinton and Hinton. .. '. -
Saturday night, October 21st. at ttie
Thunderbowl ..speedwaywUI drawat Mr and Mrs J W 'Cox, f Adult door prize, a wall clock 'was .. : ws

least 45 cars. For this 55 Lap ... won by Mr Van Hinton child's 7 MUST BE PAID IN FULL BY "L\

Flying Stock Car Championship Racea For FUEL Oil Cat prize, transistorradio, Robbie Law. .
purse of $1050.00 has been offered. The cooperation of all who helped w y

The entire program includes a J.PJOIItONe make it a,success is greatly. appreciated :
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Match Race; 3 Heat, Races and a by the PTA. r : 10TH OF MONTH .
55 Lap Main Event which is th : ."
Mrs L J Ellington returned home ..,
longest, ever run at the Thunder- .. HU 3-2277 / '
bowl. II Monday after spending several days "J
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with Mr ,and Mrs Billy Greene at. : ,, ::
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City.' Friends will be gladto St
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hear of the arrival of a. baby "
girl Oct 3 to Mr and Mrs Greene. -- .-
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FALLOUTSHELTER She weighed 8. lb 7 oz. Name Lee -/fetat-.*. >:
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Mrs J L Davis Mrs Albert: Hammock S f <'- '-:: ,''' -. "I' '', .'.

Mrs :Howard Goody 'MrsFlorence : 1i.}- r h ,f ALL LOCAL FUEL OIL DEALERS .;
I McMiilian and Mrs R L ," wy; .' (:WILL*HAYE. A COMPLETE LIST OF DELINQUENT :--
Crafton attended WMU Associational ACCOUNTSUND: WILL NOT .MAKE' A -DELIVERY t
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Built on your lot in Madison, County rally at Mayo, Thursday. --c' r-1 '':; THE DELINQUENT ACCOUNT IS SETTLED. J. '

-'-- Mrs Georgia Becton of Jacksonville ; t
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S was to rest Saturday atMt '
.;$1,785No S Horeb. She was the sister of :MrsJ '
': l : W Downing of Pinetta. .fFLJEL'OL DiALEIS OF MADISON 'COUNIY Y

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down payment, only $37.42 monthly 20 year Miss Caroline Woodard and Miss :-
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financing available ; Onita Buchanan of Jacksonvillewit ; : ':: f!', .. ;'" .- ;- -
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; ,spent the weekend' here their i
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70 sq. ft. interior'for! 6 'Persons'; above or belbw' : Mr E C Brock, a former residentof t'C. .illl& 'il'V', ..M. Fokom .
ground; Class A OCDM rating. air inter; 169' Pinetta., passed, away in 'Monti-' .f" .. ::" .: .>,'..' : ( *? :. "

cfm air-'blower;.made of 8-in reinforced concrete; cello and will'be laid to rest Tues:: STANDARD- r Jack Wa- : '7. -:.. .' PURE- OIL -.

entrance.Tommoi r day near there. .;, ,
; walkway HU 32279J.B.DavisfK -... J'5': HU 32265tP. "

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Phone 224.5131 ::
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE feet Northeasterly from the North- order as the Court deems proper. FOR FUEL OIL, CALL
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN west corner ot said Block 32 co AU parties to the suit and all parties C.v: T, (Buddy) McWffliams, Jr. 'i Announcing The Opening Of

_ AND FOR MADISON ,COUNTY, taining 0.811 acres more or less, interested may appear and be heardat AGENT, STANDARD OIL CO.. _'
FLORIDA exclusive of'existing. road right of the time and place designated.You HU 3-2379: .,' -- -"".,
LAW NO. way. and each of you. ,are hereby ,'. .
STATE ROAD' DEPARTMENT OF OWNED. By: COLVIN W JARVIS commanded to .appear: 'by filing an MADISON, COUNTY 4-H SHOW )1 ;
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FLORIDA, an Agency of the ,State. AND HIS WIFE LUCILE H answer to the Petition heretofore Attracts Eighty-six Entries" "
of Florida and ')ARVIS, AND' ESTATE OF filed in 'this' cause In' the entitled Delbert Blair, seventeen year old Barrett's Studio >

MADISON COUNTY a'Political MALICE ,EUDORA JARVIS, DE- Court on _or before the 28th day of Greenville 4Clu member, took = .. -
Subdivision of the' Stafe of Florida., ,CEASED.. COLVIN W JARVIS, November 1961, to show what first Place honor iir the Dairy .Division .t ;,
.: Petitioners, EXECUTOR OF SAID ESTATE right title, interest or liens you of the Annual Madison CoUnty4H at ,
v. SUBJECT TO: Judgment recorded or any of you have in and to the
CAROLYN ALSTROM. etj aL, in'J L Book 3 at page 39 in above-described lands and show Show held Saturday Oct 7, at __ a A 221 W, HOWARD ST. .
Defendants favor of Orange State Oil Com' cause why the same should not be the Madison County Agricultural r ",
; NOTICE OF RULE NISI. pany, and Judgment recorded ,in taken for the use and purpose set Center. Delbert made a total score iI I'1
NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN J, L Book 1 at page 117 in favorof forth in the Petition filed herein. of 89.8 out of a possible 100 points iL uve uaic, na. ;

PROCEEDINGSIN Patrick Furniture Company, WITNESS my hand and seal of with his grade Guernsey: cow.. The '
THE NAME AND BY THE and Tax Lien recorded in Lien said Court on this 10th day of club members. entering the show ._ Phone Forrest 2-1940 "
THE STATE OF Book 1 at 295 in favor of I October
AUTHORITY OF page 1961.DALE were judged on, the animal! shown .. '
FLQRIDA: Internal Revenue Service, Laurie. M .LESLtE, showmanship, fitting -and record L ...- :' ,
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TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN W' Tomlinson, Director. Clerk of the Circuit Court of'Mad-
and to all persons!' andparties SRD No. 39-R, 40-R, 42-R isoq) County, Florida. book The Danish dairy show was, judgedon '. ,

having or claiming any RIGHT OF WAY I By: Jane W Baker, Deputy Clerk the System with each We do Commercial and Personal Phpto Work .

right, title, interest, estate, mortgageor : That part of ((1)) N" % of SEU of, DAVID M. ANDERSON' .entry reing''Placed in' the blue red, We will take out-of-town appointments '. _.'_
other lien to or in the parcelsof Section 25, Township 3 North Range Holland Building or white group. Cash premiums, Develop Films .Handle Camera Supplies

land hereinafter described. and 7 East, AND (2) Blocks 29 30. 31 Tallahassee. ,FloridaOf which were provided by' the Sears- CalTon. us for fcny of your photography needs

the following persons,. together with 32, 33 34, 35 and 36, of ,the original -Counsel, for Petitioners ,,Roebuck Foundation, were awarded .
all unknown persons claiming by, Town of ,Lovett Florida, according '(SEAL) as follows: H. GARNET, FISHER. Photographer JACK BARRETT, Owner
V through or under known persons to plat recorded In Deed: 7-4t-ch. Blues $9.00; Reds $ '.00; and f -

who are dead or who are not ,knownto Book "S" at page 230, public i Whites $5.00."1 "" <. (..-' & t.--i ,'.L .. -
'be dead or alive: records: of Madison County, Florida' DR JOHNSON RESIGNS Blue ribbon. winners. other than THUNDEREOWLTITLE- PfcJjCConwayt Jt

SECTION 35580-2601 STATE ROAD lying each side.. of and within' 50 POSITION TO JOIN EMORY Delbert were Bill Washington n-- .
S-146 MADISON COUNTY NAMES feet of the survey line of State --- '
AND :ADDRESSES' Road.S-146, Section 35580-2150' Dr James Johnson. has resigned Pinetta Club, Dan Thigpen; -, Madison 'S !iE W Y
Carolyn Alstrom, 3711 Barbara said survey line being described as hiS; position at' MIll dgeville State Club; Susie .Surlesc. Madison

Drive Anchorage, Alaska x follows:.Beginning on the East line! Hospital. to accept a position withthe CJub. ,Sherrill Hicks-Lee Club, and : _'
SRD No. 39-R, 40-R, 42.R ,of Section, 25, Township 3: North' Walter Brown (2 entries) Greenville t' N 11iCWWIONSHIP s
faculty at Emory University. "
Carl Alstrom, 3711 Barbara Drive 'Range 7 East at a point _358.9 feet Dr Johnson will 'be': teaching, Club. RACE .
Anchorage, Alaska ;Northerly from the Southeast comer Placing in the' Red group were: ; fwt1
doipg research, and will be in the
SRD No. 39-R, '40-R, 42-RHomer I of said Section 25, run thence North prate dice with Margaret Ann Brown Greenville 55 ,;LAP' FEATURE
,P Lovett, 316 S. Central i 53 degrees 2T :I3t" West, 278350 of psychiatry Club, Larry Sale' -: Madison Club,
:A.ve.i'Blackshear. Georgia feet to the beginning of"a curve'concave the Emory Clinic. McCullough Madison Club OCTOBER: 21st.. ? 8 P.M.
Terry -
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3RD(tto. 3940R, 42-R to the,'Northeast having a Dr Johnson went to' :MSH five Sandra Sale '((2' entries) ,. Madison ; (Rain Date; October'.28th.. .) ".:' \

Bessie,, Lovett Neel, 115 Mclves radius of 1909.86 feet,, ,run .thence years ago after spending 10 yearsin Club Ginn
St Greensboro, North ,Carolina Northwesterly, North ,and Northeasterly the general practice medicine Ricky Greenville Admission $1.75..
SRD No. 55 along said, curve through at Manchester. He studied in Boston Club, Jack ,Sale Madison :Club, Children Under 12 50c '.

Patrick Furniture Company an angle of 64\ degrees: ,42' 57" adistance in 1958 and returned 'to 'MSH. and' Larry; GimiGreenville 'Club. Children. Under<. r5 '. "-ITIEE', ;tP:;
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V : 'QPit nan. Georgia of 2157.20 feet to the Northline He :has also been teaching and Ronnie" 'Ginn and Salina'G 'I." ., _, '?'\.s,f, J I .

t. SRI* "No. 28-R, 54, 58, 59 pf Section '25 'Township 3 studying at Emory on a part-time both of the Greenville Club, received LQCAnON.I. I /
Smith 50 West Haven line .of White rre"m i ,( ..
Frank* North. Range' 7 East (South basis during recent months.Dr ribbons: Turn left 5 Smiles north of Valdosta <
; Arcadia California Section_ 24, TownsHip 3 ,North Special recognition was given to .
son-in-iaw ofMr
Johnson is the '-at Mineola take ri '
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SRD. No. 39-R, 4fcR) .42-R Range 7' East) at a *ooint 3019.8 Terry McCullough for r best' dairy ; I
West and Mrs Geo Burnett Sr of 4: miles to 'the I
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,Sarah Smith. feet 'Westerly from the, Southeast, record, book, Delbert Blahbest '
Arcadia;...California Maven'l corner of said Section 24. containing Cherry Lake. Mrs Johnson was

SRD .No ,39;R: ,40-R, 3.326 acres: more or less, .exclusive;: of, formerly Miss :Mary :Martha:,'Burn; in best showmanship in fitting. and Dan Thigpen' Tbundefbowl Speedway MARINE OF THE MONTH "
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SRD No. 28- t, 54. 58, 59 existing road right of way. ett. ? POULTRY :SHOW t ,
RIGHT OF WAY ..: "OWNED.. BY i _HOMER p LOVE, Pf James C Conway of Madison
That ,partof (1) NEU of NW%' FRANK SMITH AND HIS WIFE. > '. ',.:,:.' Geraldine' Almond' thirteen year WINS TWO BEAUTY CONTESTS was' named Marine of the Month in

lying south and west of Madison SARAH SMITH W J LEWIS Builders old 4-H Club member of Lee, wasthe IN ONE WEEK August, 1961, at the Marine Bar
"and' Thomasville R6ad in Madison AND HIS' WIFE, FRANCES ww. Hfrne ., high placing! individual in: the 'MN 'R' G racks. Port Lyautey, Kenitra, Mo-
.-County-rFlorida> .Ln ..Section31-_ .LEWIS AND CARL ALSTROM poultry show 'witha''dOrV 'riQr-.29G ,. he's. niece.... Miss, ,.. -

Township 3 North Range 8 East an*% 'AT Ali, .HIS '-- .(;FE' .. 'CAii-- j';;;.3t-V'011f i lime 1 Remodekrs{ ;iand points of :a possible/300. ReceivingBlue last Frme week"Stm"Uid ofvHnnmg'two the distinction. beauty' 3 His;:: commanding officer reported

t '(2) Lot 1 of Bloc ,'tt of the/Origi- -06 .\ '-J'; ribbons on their'poultryM>ro- he-won "the, honor in Competition
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nal Town of Lovett, Florida,* ascorded >e- SUBJECT TO: Judgment recorded' New ,UA '" ,Pt ls jests were:* Geraldine Almond, 'con sts. On Thursday: she, was with 'all other private In the command -

In Deed Book "S" Page 230 in Judgment Book 1"at page 5 t) 'in! a: .. _. : Patricia Davis, and, idaxolyn Craf elected FFA Queen. of Havana anon on the basis of 'neatness;

of the' public ,records ot .Madison favor of J Vickers, d/b/a Vickers ton. Placing hi the Red, ; of Saturday she won. as Tobacco. military bearing, physical condition, i
County, 'Florida, lying, each side: 'of Implement Company, and ?Iortgage'pleq qrqup Queen of Gadsden County and knowledge ,of basic. military
and within, 50 feet of the suryline' :in O. R. Book 71 at page'lt .,STOP' ':AND CONSIDER ,THE the sultry\ show were; Mike Sinn Register Miss Smith is*the daughter of Mr subjects. .. ,

of State Road SU46, Section I *l.ia'favor of: Corene Studstill. ',*. FOLLOWINGYOU : Jimmy Sapp, Salina Joe and MrsDavis Smith ot Havana
35580-2150/ said survey line "being I' 'and-unrecorded lease, held by Claud < Crafton; and Paula. Wasnington.; and is a'senior in the HaVana SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on several
high
-PAY FOR \\THAT Chris top-of-the line G-E appliances at
described as follows. Beginning on Alton King Adams;: Joe. Washington school. I
the east line of Section, 31, Town SRI No.,65 '. You Get!. T k Loring Gaston,. .".Margaret: Ann Howerton Supply Co.
ship '3 North, Range 8 East at a RIGHT OF"WAY ': ; Brown,and Jimmy Adams received .
point 669 feet Northerly from the That part of a parcel of land White ribbons on their poultry pro-
'of said Section described as bounded on the east STUMP
'Southeast corner
jects.. Each member was awarded a B.ROS. I Iit
Oil Heat' has far more'BTU"s
31' run thence North 54 degrees 20'O3" by, the east line of Section 25, per cash premium which 'was provided .
gallon than Natural Gas or LP
West 318.08 feet to the :beginning Township 3 North, Range 7 East' ,I .
by the Sears-Roebuck. Foundation .
of a chive concave to the bounded'on the. south by the Gases
Northeast having, a. radius of Thomasville to Madison public highway CORN SHOW-' ,
2864.79 feet, run thence North and, bounded ,on the west .by .The Corn Show. included fifty-, Cash and curry
westerly along said curve througha the easterly ,boundary line, of.. an Your' savingsover a three .to".four five 10 ear exhibits. Twenty-two of I

total central angle 'of' 18 degrees unnamed street of the 'Town of year period will'more than pay ,:fora these were placed in the Blue 306 SOUTH..... .. PATTERSON-.... ... GA. & FLA. DEPOT BLDG
39' 50" a distance of 933.26 feet to Lovett; Florida, all being .in the I :modern oil automatic heating Group sixteen in the ,Red Group, Sheetrock "
SE ;of the SEVi of Section 25 4 x 8 x 3/8, frf QC
the end of said curve run thence % system. and seventeen In the White Group.
North 35 degrees 40' 13" West Township, 3 North, Range 7 East, sheet .. ... .. .. ... The following :oil marketers areCITY Exhibiting Blue ribbon corn were: :
the of lying northerly of and within 50
a
45855 feet to beginning
curve concave to the Southwest feet of the survey line of State COUNTY, STATE, and Carl l an rick;:Joe Crafton Delbert 215. lb. Roofing shingles, C 7C

having a radius of 1432.40 feet, run Road S-146.: Section 35580-2150, FEDERAL Taxpayers: Blair, Gwynn Blair- Scotty Wimber- sq: . . . . .... J.IJ .
thence Northwesterly along said said survey line being described as C f ly. Jerry Page. Wetzel Blair, Wally '
WILLIAMS :
Agent 2-0 x 6-8 x 1- .3/8" MahOgany A 7C ; *
curve through a total central angleof follows: Beginning on the. east line Davis, C CroftonSherrill 'Hicks,

29 degrees; 50' 30" a''distance; of of Section 25, Township 3 North, Standard' HU 3-2279 Oil Co._ John Washington, Larry Sale, Andrew Flush.., Door, ea. ."... .. ... ./ '

746.0 feet to the end of said curve, Range 7 East at a point 358.9- feet Hammock,, Walter .Brown, and "11ffl nod y i-4 x 8. x" l/4ilntr ... ..'.
run thence North 65: degrees 30' 43"West northerly from the southeast corner J B AYIS.I Danny Morgan. .' :'t..h."'Sheet'' '- 'I; 2J8t
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of said .,Section 25 thence North y .., .:.O ..1., ,. .
796J24 :feet to the beginningof ,run Shell ProductsHU *. Placing in the Red Group in the ; ...,
a curve concave to the Northeast' degrees .27 34" Westl471.06. feet :3-6601() cord, show were: Jack Sale, Stanley PlywoOd-4 x 8 x 3/4" Int. An .

having a radius of :1909. 6 feet", run' to the northeasterly.extension: ot" the 'Williams Sam Washington, Eugene sheet .. ., ....fjX. .;... .' ,.# 0.90
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west of Block"32 original town JACK WADESties '
thence Northwesterly along said -Une- Guesi_ BaSs ,Wally Davis, 'flJr" 3'5 >
Wayne .
curve: through a ,total central angleof of Lovett, Florida according to plat ( Service 'Products Fun Thick l-
35 degrees 03' 40" a distance of recorded 'hi Deed'B ok, S at page HU 3-6505 Bill Washington, 'Tommy Matheny. Insulation tA nn

1168.76 'feet to' the end of said 230 of the public records: of Madi James A yner.J.,1.. Lane, Wetzel ,per II" ..... ... .l. .. ..-. .. ...; ........

curve run thence North 30, degrees2T son County, Florida, at.'a. point VM, FOLSOM Blair,:John WashIagton'sad" ', -Joeashington 10 i lb. & 15 lb. Felt :
I! 08" West 1029.56 feet to ,the 30.78 feet northeasterly from the Pure Oil .Products '- ; -C)
per roll .. .
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northwest corner of said Block 32,
of to the ribbons '
beginning ,a curve concave HU 3-2265 Receiving White were: 1' I t "
Southwest having a radius of 1909.86 containing o.150..shes more'or less,' Kyle Hicks Jack Sale, Coy Frank Celotex Sheeting 4 x 8 :1/2" !
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exclusive of toad'right of J P -JOHNSONSinclair : .
feet ,run.thence;Northwesterly along way.; existing, Webb, Sam "Washington, Kelvin : pert It .:. .'. .: .... . .. iJU..OO'l'
said total central
curve through a '
Products
angle of 53 degrees 00 31",a distanceof OWNED- BY: EUNICE BURNETTE.BESSIE HU 3-2277 Agser., Willie:Agser;and.! Bill Washtegton. -'. 'Pr f.ted Birch Plywood, .1M, ;. -

76630 feet to the end of said LOVETT. NEEL. 'MAMIE ; Meet ...........". .*-......... ,JLvraKfPrefiafehed
of the Corn Sfeow ,
Sponsors were
curve, run thence North 53 degrees SCHAFER. BETTY LOVETT ; :
27' 34" West. 605.97 feet to the AND MARIE ROBERTS AND WAkEIPIM1N' the Madison, County Board'. 'Of. Coaara&sioners Mahogany, Plywood, "ff/QI"

North :line of Section 31 Township HER HUSBAND, ,KENNETH and the,State. Department sheet ... .... .. .... ......* tf i UvExterior
3 North, Range 8 East, (South line ROBERTS of Agriculture.: -* ... I,
of Section 30, Township 3 North. TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration TO CO House Paint, : >'::)a n .. .

Range ,8 East) at a point 488.37 of Taking has:been filed in the ,.Wheat,Nagging .8 ka lke WINS NATIONAL HONORS .. gallon .. ... .'...*.... .. ., tJi"
feet Easterly, from the Southwest above-styled .cause by the Petitioners Now. I Too caa set the fart reed Toe' WJXTs The Second .Heart" has *. .,.. '",,
-.f'tftIDI..mc.bsd*the, hstdaebs Interior Latex Paint ;:
corner of said Section 30, run the acquiring authority bf these .a*araMoIar aches and palm that often been .> ,'.' .-/2 ,6 52
thence North 53 degrees 27 34" proceedings. of;the taking of the oat CAN f ruM Bicfcte and miserable- tired- selected to receive the 1961 .- ...gallon. .'. ,. .... ...'... ... ..;,. --.".
ceBacB. When theM ,dteconf ortoUota Howard W Blakestee Television '-
West fQl..8:3..f.) : to the! West line above-described lands for. the purpOse eon en wWa o a-aetk n err stress fact Aiyhatt Floor THe =......
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t of Section 30, Township 3 North. set forth in the,,Petition in this TOO watt Xctitf 4r mt'H..fast t Award of the American Heart As I.. AAPto. r
ABotMr ha.e.may be mild bladder ........... ... .. ti '..TOVsyl
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sociation. The anent
Irritation
viz As came
Range 8 East (East line of Section cause : right of way for a foBowia wrong fool. udconf
north portion of State S-146.-Ii 4b ak--one. = :'1IP reRIe ,'"- today from: Oglesby Paid, M ;D; 1 ,
25, Township 3 Range 7 East) Road-NOo.\ ottabl. f Asbestos Floor SHe '' f OBe.
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Madison that n-a.. na w...rtL,fast I* 9 wparate'Waftt..L president' cfi the1953StwkUer.pidap Associatkan.
and
at a point 358.9 feet NortherI from County Florida .
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by* *dj pain-eelt action ,. .t. ::.... r -
.the Southeast cornerof.said Section the Honorable R.H ,Rowe.; one o f to eaa* format at nanin b-rk eh,, % :

25,. run thence North 63 degrees the judges of the Circuit Court in 2.---"r by MMtaiar' imacnlar: effect .ache.. bladder* and irrita pains i! Fixtures & Electrical'Supplies at same low prices ..
27 34" West 1471.06 feet to the the Third Judicial Circuit of Florida, tfaB. S.'br nild-dhmUe actio tntdimv ,
Northeasterly extension of the West will, the 23rd of October "to teeraaM output erf the M n&e of -
on day Hdaer: tebea Cheap hauling
liaeTof Block 32, of'the: 'c original ,1961, at 11:00, ,a,.. av 'to lJC; f cult lEajor a rood nichf Bleep and the ., Cwzh .fay' less ,
aim* happy rclieC auQkma bar for ovef Ifi .
Town of Lovett; Florida. as .recorded Court Chambers ia ,Ka *R'County 60 T UL New.'JaIse aiM MTC mo&ey.: $
in Deed Book "8*% page 230, Courthouse at Madison, Florida, Get Doaa'a ,
STUMPI BROS
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,,iolrlthe. public' records of Madison consider said| ,Declaration ,o{!..Taking; is'PIu- mm IOTOK) co. ; '
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County, Florida, at a point 30.78 appoint appraisers., and make sues- : ,.. .- r u,
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20th, 1961"

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: ,. FriedChickenS Classified. Ads' '. DO BUGS BOTHER YOU? -


OKAY LETS GET RID OF 'EM AND FAST. CALLUS
DO YOU NEED A ,BABY SITTER? WANTED:: One Good Allls-Chal- ,

., ":.- .... CALL mers "B" Tractor and Equipment, NOW COLLECT- IF ROACHES, ANTS, WATER.
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i ,' NICIE GRINER HU 3-2552 Also two disk plow. Elbert BUGS, FLEAS AND TERMITES ARE MAKING YOUR
College student living at the' home of
Mr and Mrs. Fred Mickler Strickland PO B 422. Madison LIFE MISERABLE. WELL ELIMINATE 'EM, AND
Fla. Phone Hunter 3-6259.
i 8-lt-pd YOU :MUST BE SATISFIED! I
81tpdI
FOR SALE: Florida Black 1 ye I
purity 99.72 percent germination Upstairs furnished apartment for I BURKE EXTERMINATING CO.Phone .
.., rent. Private bath and shower.:
r : 92 per cent. Borre Lupine, purity
MRS M L WALKER.. HU .3-6243. 293-J Perry, Florida
LOOK FOLKS!, AFTER YOU HAVE TRIED THE REST 99.86 percent germination 93 Corner Dade & Horry Sts,. Madi: .

,..-. TRYTHE BEST! percent BOB LAWTON, Sampala son. 8-lt-ch, -
Lake, Farms, phone HU 36860. :." Mrs Claire Hardee Parramore of

8-2t-cb Yes, you can borrow our Carpet Ft FUEL OIL, Call St Petersburg been the guest of

I A CHICKEN ( FOR SALE: 46 :ft mobile, home- Shampooer FREE' to clean your .' ; Mr and Mrs James Hardee this week.
carpets with Blue Lustre. Mac's -i-ij JOHNSON -s.-
very clean $2500 cash, will con- :
Mrs John Richardson of Atlanta
Furniture &
Appliances
: POTATOES sider trade for furniture as ,- .' .:::
I r a./. If" 'has ,been the guest of her mother.
partial payment. Plant's Trailer HU 3-2277
S'- ;, Mrs C C Wells for several days.
BREAD Park JACK DASHER. 7-2t-pd, FOR RENT: Two house trailersone

FOR RENT: Furnished apartments furnished, reasonable price.G .
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.. close in town. Also oil heaters, for C RODGERS U S 90 East, Area 4-H Dairy :
TOGO- HU .36555. 8-tf-ch
/ sale; tubing and drum. MRS J J ',..'.. '
NEWMAN, Phone HU 3-2523 Stheduled
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\ Cannot be served at table for this- '"' Show i
/ 8-tf-cb 1960 Dodge $1695 t0
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low
iii' ,.Iow" price. -:

,,". .-.; .. FOR RENT: Trailer space. See NG

1 l MRS LITTLETON, Frank's'. Cafe, HARDEE MOM ,CO. ,FOR MADISON OCTOBER 21 QS
'r. :Madison. 8-1t-ch (by Harvey T Paulk., Assoc Co Agt)

Four-H Club Members from seven

;: : ,LITTLE HICKORY' For FUEL'OIL, Call Thursday Closing convene counties in of MadisonSaturday North Florida, Oct.will


__ ,J, formerly Country Kitchen' .' Beginning" Thursday, Oct.-- 26, 21, to': compete for top honors in
,. '_. .t .. JPJOIINSON111J32277 the 'Area IH: 4-H Dairy Show. The Today's clean-burning Shell
) "> WILLIAMS-ANDREWS INC;
",..: 1 MILE E. ON US 90 show will get under, way at 10:30 Heating Oil can give more
.: ;':-'t Madison Fla. will close on Thursdays at 1:00'p. : a/:m. at the Madison County Agricultural warmth per dollar. And help I

;. ., Try us for food at its very best, m., Center.
'. .. Counties to be represented in the hold down repair bills. ,: .,'
'and watch our ads. for more specials Qn other days business hours ,_. :: J
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s BRIDESMAIDS' LUNCHEONMrs ,Area IH Show; include Jackson,
,will be from. 8 a. m. to 5 i p. m.advtj i.Gadsden, Leon Jefferson, Taylort Get Shell Heating Oil together

R L .Simpson Jr was the guestof Carroll Tallahassee ( ) f Wakulla, and :Madison. Each county with valuable at 1g oilservice.
; t Lance of -
For FUEL OH Call .
; his mother Mrs R L Simpson and Mrs Julia Smith Bevan of i ,will have five 4-H Club members I ..,
: i several days this week. He_and: Mrs Orlando were hostesses at the CAR ACCIDENTS .. I entering, dairy animals in the show. 1.- )

I 'r J P JOHNSON Simpson are visiting in .Clearwater bride'smaids' luncheon Saturday I All of these members have already .0 .,.
/ before leaving for Puerto Rico I Walter P Payne Jr of Lee while exhibited their animals in theirrespective
/'f honoring Miss Jean Ragans. The going north on the old Lee-Blue county shows .and have
f where Mr will
HU 3-ZJ7 Simpson be a manager
at DOrado' lovely affair was held in the private Springs dirt road at 8:45 pm. Saturday .won the right to, Center the Area
the
Rockefeller resort dining of the Madison Restaurant show .the fiveplaces.in
? room night three miles northeastof by ranking in top

., SUPERVISORS ELECTED Beach 'near San Juan: Lee apparently hit a soft spot,I their county shows.

Guests included the bride'smaidsand on the :right side of' the road :and If Judging: of the entries will be

Joe Buchanan, Carl W Burnett Sr junior bride's 'maids and Mrs lost control of the car, which,turned done on the Danish System All wQ 4

;Blalock Rains and Van HInton 1960 Ford F-lOOPkkup Henry Ragans and Mrs Waring. completely over, landing on its entries will be given a blue, red, orwhiteVribbon
Were elected Madison Soil Conservation Wyche. wheels. Trooper Peavy reported Miss and a cash prize.

District supervisors Tuesday Gill Ziarko a passenger, age 16, had The,::most coveted prize in the
The table was jcehtered
The vote was as follows: Buchanan $1450HARDEE T-shaped : possible leg injuries and was takento show will be a trophy which will beawarded

165, Burnett 158, Rains 149, with an arrangement of- beige daisychrysanthemums. the local hospital, checked and to''the County group which

Hinton 133, Robert ,S. Lawton 85, MOTOR CO. A,delicious three- released. Approximate: damage to accumulates: the highest combinedSCOre Call HU 3-6601 f

.. course luncheon was served. ," .
find, Eugene Mugge 43. Payne's 1954 Chevrolet sedan was f !mmM i w '

pr-. ..- ,.. .., The bride-elect presented her $300.: 'There were no charges. Sponsors for the event will be .
-'.ell bridesmaids with silver trays: and Sunday at 12:35 a. m. in frontof .the Sears-Roebuck Foundation and ,

-': :, : .:: the -junior bride'smalds'received Yellow Pine Truck Stop on: U :s the /'i1 rida State, Dep t..Ql ;' ''
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i: *?. ,Why be silver charm bracelets with their 90 Bruce Davenport in his ,1950 Agriculture. :/ .. JBPAYlSJNe.MADISON. .

a names and the wedding date, en Ford pickup truck attempted to ,
*t '*,' make a left turn' into the Truck RADIATORS REPAIRED FLA,
; graved them.
on
'. Stop when Lewis Bonaparte Bennett,
'- IA'LFW mt fr ipn Lance sand Mrs Bevan pre colored, of Jacksonville, apparently McWILLLUIS, .GARAGE.. ., .' .J.i .

>i- ; seated the- honoree' with. w! beautiful, ..failed to see Davenports signal and s 4. .
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silver pitcher. collided with hIs- 'truck Bennett!?*

1957 Oldsmobile sedan was damaged (qilt' '
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./ this t For Fuel Oil 'approximately, 200., Davenport'struck : Goodyear"gives
[ 'had approximatedamages' of : '

$100., reported Trooper Peavy. Bob you what you wantEC / ,
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i: : .'. J. B. DAVIS INC no injuries. Bennett 'was' charged : ..... .
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*. *. Monday morning car was stolenin .,:, ., > ...... ;'--

I t..R ----- CARD OF THANKS Chattahoochee and driven to and, .. ,.,:.i,;.

i. t abandoned in Monticello. The driver / JTSJHE: 3-T NYLONAllWeather', ,.:; :
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tion Of Monticello broke In aDd. stole
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gratitude to all our friendsfor ;
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Lf ute many expressions of ,
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Hickory and stole 1953 Chevrolet
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patty: and the beautiful floral offer and drove it towards Madison, and Pay a little,get a 14t.. fiats: ecoo: ........ ..I'
ings at the time of the loss of our ,.: it from road -: .
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wrecked it about5 you
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'. '. beloved daughter, mother and sister % to rim with ;thi newest Goodyear
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..- -., t .. -. '!' ..! Vivian S Loper: May God bestow west edge of Madison. Jrf the. ,mean? Nylon. You get it in 3-T t pJc. "
1>:- His richest blessings on each ofJru. time the negro man disappeared. tempered Nylon Cord body that '
f Trooper Peavy reported the only I tough, lasting. Get it, too, in a

., Keep your home snugly warm this winter. : Sincerely, i. ,.'. description officers have is that the iDs tread. mileage.designed for really ttretcb** .,.:;
man wore a felt hat and that ,he
Mr and Mrs A W.Shackelford. Sr. .
with the clean, steady, convenient heat you tan W B was observed to be'wearin -a khaki
Loper and W C Loper.HMrs
jacket and. :was .heavy built.. This S-
always depend on from i Luther Fountain 6.7o:1s _
Mrs DeWHey Wood description came from a man who. : fit Prs'S1MFord
was' driving behind him. ** N -88' :
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Mr A W Shackelford Jr.Mr .

: STANDARDBURNER : : ''l \ James A Black.SMTIH REHEARSAL: DINNER.. UO x 1 IS a
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Mr and Mrs fit pr 17 taradotdtks.iek.
Henry1 Ragans we1"e.hosts ,
J D.dq.. off vow ear.8.70x13 .
r4 at'a delightful dinner party Nash Olds

6. OIL Saturday evening prior to the Mares.TVUTY1f ....TS80CSSI4JM
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f i Decorations on the table ,featured bat Id.r
maximum DRUG STORE ... 1417JS. MM
heat for the STANDARD aod.b.
you money. :' colorful chrysanthemums in autumn .E>s_ .
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.: included the wedding party, 7.38:14 _
., completely: without: waste. Whatever type :". SCAGGS BOUREAU members of 'the I immediate families 1
.Id'as1 KQtfTHAgaUut 1 GUIJtAHTE 1
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of oil-burner have 'J and the church and .reception. decorating 1 t r s...t 1,
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you ; you can depend on ., ,' :Mr and Mrs', Harry Nickles normal road hazard
,.' .. BoUreau have issued committees \ v' -Lt., blowouts fabric s .
for deliveries of invitation to '
unfailing.
us clean-burning A three course turkey disuses'was breaks cuts except repair*
s. ". the rnarriage of. their daUghter 4 1.00 s id able puncture Limited to '
STANDARD BURNER OIL. .. : served. to f w sd !
heat-packed. t Miss Sara Matilda BdUreau, to % M rcs.tSoto. origiaal owner for number of .
t: . . olds months specified.
William .
i Franklin Scaggs, son of First Presbyterian CIaB'dIDf: Coral *M a Any Goodyear tire, dealer .
F. ; .- : Mr and Mrs Frank 'Scaggs of Lake Gables. 'Fla. the reeep&on 'to follow i qr.1 wagoa.CM.r v g (over 60,000 in all 50 states)

;' Wales, on Saturday Oct 28th in the at the Riviera. Couatrjr,Club. will repair tire without
: a charge or make allowance
/ Remember in your home as,ia .- Mrs: Marie Wadsworth of Madison.I Mr Scaggs is the grandson_ of on new tire based on original
your car-you can always depend'oa' ::HO MONEY tread depth'remaining
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and service.' : Lake be. }
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for October 22,1961WE _
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.j' CAN'T help it. When we
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marry ,
!f?!:w x.>;
I \snot married one single person, we :?': atii!:r4'J
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4 are suddenly in the midst' more ;{: : ; :.i. c ;
in-laws than perhaps we had reckoned -
t on.: But' this should not surprise

us. Already birth. : we are : ar.yi.i.)'
related to people I

we never saw be

fore and .dld-not
choose. They

might not have

chosen us,. either '{ '.

to ten the truth, if .
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i1 1 I : .4; ing how to we turn were out go-! '.

j_. That's life. From,
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i, we are related, willy-nilly,, to
people we hardly know or don't

{. know at all, as well as to peoplewe
do know and love. Being related
is the inevitable human experience
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along with death. The 1 4r'

-, Christian way of life, at base is .
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simply recognizing our related r ..., .
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ness more and more, and living ...:: .r.0..,.
up to it. .F...AYv,:::......... ... ? ::Siri. v. i ., .. ..}.. _.. k .v:::4.... : :%U.-.a{:q;: )
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filing Related to Other Christians ;.l: Y r : x

Saint Paul that world-famed ;a::,:. ;$ : ;:;{. ,
.t. :r.,. .....:?.I'v: .....; .. .,, !a. ... t : .arrray.;
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..... letter-write; never; finished a r,;+ : :; r:firf: )x:.xr.::Y4Y}:;$ } .a. C n.i ..., .. :..v,,, "-+c'

letter without having somethingto ,. ,. ... ...,. :
about a Christian's :rela .x{!:.;,{:: fY.:f:;: '\.lrrx, ..": r"
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tionships. Most of the troublesin t.X :. .

_ the church and in the world S:.. 4. .7., ;:'17 3c w li : : a. _
!. :C come.from and in turn produce Y,; r!n:a.#- : LF: +ya:
,s disturbances +vf+ ,. ..
-L ,..perversions disclocations or v 3 1: ::
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in relationships among ..
people. It would not solve all $Rx3tr j:-a: y%;: r >'.. :: : =';;:::: :, ,
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our problems If each of us could ;
be shut up in a tight little cell 1: :i:.
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hiS life for ,then we should t } .. 0 ,
tall ; .xar}..ik : ...;...;A;;:
4 ever be J man. But we can't ) ,
live an, unrelated ilife matter]. M.v $y.

'' f though' *we tried. So"'What'them.J '! r :ixy)' .. -. .
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relationships* Is 'always just'what: -= .j s
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we*need.Tne'worldhas changed fI'!! <.
in appearance since New Te"sta- % I talk GodTmsure/He? listens too 'to realize thertf ...:
jEb ; Ira :
went times but the in er-related", _' :t.: ,,I .. tme : : ," l.young.. '. : '; .
_..' ness of men is'a'more-vltaTprob-; | : THE'CHURCrf: 'FOR' ALL ? '* is. suck ailing as a sk ptic.: 1'( \
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,leI1tMnteYe, 'Phn.'-Zi-18'.' and In Cdolaas I IIn s.' :' \.. ALl FOR THE CHURCH .3;L admire*the Convictions of my;M otbr'' ,atheV.TIiey have shown.2ndfcy ; .

3.,most of. _what Paul bas:.to.a7: Is 'The Church is the greatest factor oa earth for. their examplerthat they live what tKy believe, ,... '. .
directly on the problem-of,the relation 1 _'" :: : :
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'of Christians to other'C1ris.j ,. the iuildJag.of character and good citizenship.It *- .' J,

tians.:' It's a -intst ke' to think : is"storehouse of spiritual l values., Without a I t. Because..rye "learned to trust and..(depend on.i'-those who love me, I, haven'tany ': t :

.;: that Just,because you are a.Chris- ion 0f self-sufficiencyIt' ekes trust and depend :i .
other I jrtrong,Chaich. neither democracy nor civilization; : liU : :pt sense to .04GodI .-t
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Christians a problem or that they : can IUI'Y1Ye. are ,reasons why .' ,j,

,; in 'turn will c have-This no writer problems-has I every parson should attend services' regularly -- I'm proud and:'happy i that I'm a'-Christi an--so I'm not Traid someol. C'I, # '
p. caused by you. I the ChuM They (J) For his "
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various tunes in communities ., might.l4 ug.at me for believing e Tnitiu 2 .
lived at .
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which' one was own s ake. (2) .For. .his chHdrenYsake. (3) For : > I
in every T .
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a professed Christian; but per t .. t the sake>of'his community and nation., (4) For .. But,, of course,:my faith is no accident Fm in40 Church i g "SundaY' ._ )
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: sonal relationships could get to the sake of the Church itself which needs I his. is 4ducaM g : 'i
acute crises all the same. f{I .h to worship 'GodReligious training :ia major part of my < SHfia ?

Paul some found this to be'true' 'in'-the., '. 1 moral'and material support. _Plan to SO. to.. one of the millions_ Christian youngsters who are the. hope of thiS fiig1. ten .d s :

__ Christian communities (churches) I' church regularly and: read -your Bible daily. world.. .. .. ... 4 = .w:;,
to which he wrote.,'{The.most common -: -4(
destructive factor, often, was ;' And when I talk to God,. I don't just talk to Him about MJar I talk to :>.

quarrels sometimes over impoiv
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Him about YOU I '
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,t, matters. Paul's remedy is always .I .. .. ', .. .... to 1 .r
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.- the same: Be like,Jesus and put !'. .. : .
yourself In the other person's r .. Saturday .
Easier said than done, '. Sunday Monday, TuesdayEpheaians. Wednesday Thursday'" Friday" : ; ,

.v To place.be sure; but remembering it Acts Matthew Luke II Corinthians 'I Timothy._ : ITimoF : .-

i.' is the will of" God we can have 4.23-31.6.7-15. _6:10-20: _9:28-35 _5172146.1O" h: \7 4:11t6- ---'-- .

good hope that lie wffl bless our'. .
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Being related to outsiders pre- I \ -p--. 0 I
cents another problem They do d:' .. :: .:;- J"n, etder Air. loc-:> ,
> '. ... c. -f ,,.t-ht .ftJtl : 8errfie ;8tmtos_ Vt. '
*% 'cot recognize us as brothers uld, .t a.- . .-' ,. ., I
xsisters If thc., did. they d have ...'.
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lated to uninterested or even bos- t These Religious Messages Are Being Published' Each WeekSponsored' by the Following Individuals ..

/, \: tile persons? Here we have to-remember .. Establishments: \
what ha"s already* been

\ said: We are related nc)' matter .
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rteeons; who don't know the first '" MADISON FLORIDA. -iff. ,.- ''. n ::'!
b; of brotherhood, who pro-
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rte- interest in God or his people TIRE CO. ECOE
fey BO MESSER BATTERY: & ., .
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',j'F t'.marriage in some way, business or ways'relations' (as elg.: ,. so-by .-.. SAD IS01. ', FLORIDA $ Year FrieBJy'Home; paper. $ .75 a year, 'or-lOc:ap ;. ';:
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\\f cial contacts and tao lorth). then. "" I -_ ', 'from the Boys <

"A '.I,what? Paul puts it into one big "wjTEINAUTOSTORE ., '- / '" .r
111118' word: SHINE ; .
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"i'1 r'j that' What.the Start of Christian rela- *.'PHONE. HU 3-2385; MADISON, FLORIDA. < ". PHONE HU 3-2340 MADISON, FLORIDA .

t '1&ns is to be a Christian: first. '. .
f;' *Even if the other person is not a ; '. J. B. DAVIS, Inc. CLEANERS
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Christian yon can be one.Ziven .. : QUALITY "' .t ,.i:.. '
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shine. ( < .. Wheii clothes not becoming to yaa'thsl; O\llc d-- .-i; :;.
)."OU.can n :, -- :. your _$ -t.
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with fri ndahlps. It meaaa befag .. 4. ,' bA'YLJGHTDEPT; STOREt: MADISON FLORIDA '
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t more- Christl&e in all.our relationsh a .
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wttfe tilel MADISON FLORIDA
nen-ChristianSi .

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l City of !Madison Florida, or so much thereof will be necessary to
BUILDING C7 pay the amount due for taxes of 1959 herein set opposite to the A
Ares3,St; J o same, together* with cost of such sale and, advertising will be sold We were on the Flats at Stein- 0

at public auction. on Monday, the 30 day of Oct. A. D. 1961 at the hatchee twice this past week but

S A hour of 12 o'clock noon at the office of the City Clerk,. City Hall no. one was catching anything.
I have had
several reports of nice a
County of Madison, State of Florida. '
catches made at Lake Rachel most-
: NELIO Jt411 ] S% Lots 1 &: 2, Block B, Fraleigh- ly bass.

I Io Smith Sub-Div Theodore Warren '$21.00 Bobby Haskell and I liad some

E. HllL Lots; 8, 9, 10, Block C, Plant 1 'j' nice rises of bass using vip-i-ditty
i iLec : Addition 1 Joe & Mary Graham 7.00 plug at Mystic Lake about 2 miles

MATERIAL / ti n Lot 19 Block E, Plant Addition Avera Moore & J Sloan t 16,50 West of town. Lawrence Rowell. Mrs L A Lamb of Lee reports

VALD03TA St. Lot 10, Block, F Plant Addition Ollie& Rosa. Frazier 2.50 that her mother :Mrs B D Ouzts, is

Certain-Teed Asphalt Shingles __$ 5.95 Lot 20, Block A Vickers Sub-Div. James Barfield 2.50 DONATION TO LIBRARY recovering nicely at her home, from
15 Tear Warranty Per Sq. Part of SW*, Reed DB 73 PG 331 Willie McCray &: Perry Oliver 2.90 breaking her
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Part of S% of NW%, Heed DB 62 hip.x
ix8x 1/4 AD Plywood sheet 2.45 5-00 The Methodist WSCS has made a ,
$ PG 367 Robert James > Mrs Carroll Smith
.donation of $10 to the Library that of Tallahassee r
Part of NEtt, Reed DB 81 PG 40 J B Delaughter 2.50
4x8x 4 AD Plywood -_ _sheet $ 6.15 will be used to buy new books. spent last Wednesday and Thursday
Lot 4, Block A Hal Stoy Sub-Div. Buck. & Annie Franklin 9.50 here visiting Mrs Fred Hardee.

Disappearing Attic Stairway _________$14 95 Lots 7 & 8 Block H, Hal Stoy .
Sub-Div. : Alex Richard. I .. 5.00 The Rev Paul Touchton spent the
55 5 Outside White Paint _______________gal. $3.35 Lot 12, Block H, Hal Stoy Sub- ;. y'wr, past week in Leesburg attending a 1957 Ford Tudor Hardtop

I' : High Quality Mildew and Fame Resistant. '':. Div --, 1; .._.. .- Gussie Mae Johnson 3.00 Methodist Layman's Conference and '

Vz in. Cefotex Sheathing .... M 55.00 Lot 7. Block 2. J L%& W L TookeSub ,Jii1 Pastors' School.

Waterproof .. '.per -Div. ,_,..,... ,-. .-..-- ._ 'Milton Bell .. 3.00
Lot 9, Block, 6, J L & WL; .Tooke. : t :- Perfex Interior Lots of extras
Paint
,. Celotex Ceiling Tile __ __..___per M $1 7.50 Sub-Div. .- .: 'r" Peter Buggs,. I' 3.00

'..< 12x12, or.12x24-Diamond WhiteS Lot 8, Block 6, J L & W L Tooke' 2 gal. $6.98 $1095.HARDEE .

S l PAY CASH AND SAVE, CALL C Ii 2r3760NELIO Sub-Div ... .: s George Barfield, 3.00
: Lots 5 &.6. Block 2,.J L & W L -* < t "- ;ii' t : G Gordon Williams Store MOTOR: CO.

CHEMICALS; inc.I Tooke SID ALEX11 Rachel.SMITH...&.",Belnl'f !jBenjamm jVCOLLECTOR'We .J.OO i < ,' ...' ... 'NOTICE. _, ,. i' .
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.T CYPRESS ST. .
VALDOSTA GA. 1', ,

1 kave gas beaters ASSOCIATION BROTHERHOOD, Notice Is hereby 'given that the following described lands .in

L MEETS the Town of Greenville Fla., orso ajich thereof
-" as will be
neces
{ATTENDS. FALL CONFERENCE; for L P Natural Gas sary to pay the amount due for taxes of 1960, herein set opposite
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r.w. f DriDkDR. PEPPER The. Middle Florida Association to the same, together with costs of such sale and*,advertising 'will
> Bob Lay. president of the :Madi- '- Men Brotherhood met Thursday be sold at public auction on Monday November 6thl" Ifoo
:1961.,at
Bon Lions' Club attended. the fall I also .,ei heaters. night''.at, Ml Olive. church with f if- a.- jn. in' toe City Hall in the Town of Greenville, Florida. ;
conference of Florida Lions last teen churches',represented and about "
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week end in Panama_ City, About Western Auto Associate one lii>ridr twenty-five men attending. I II DESCRIPTION : I OWNER > TAX & i
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l 5x)5 Lions from all over the stateS City auditorium. Bob was chairman ., H I PENALTY
were present for the event, which of one of several forums which were W T'Copdy, association president 20 IN 7 E 1 1-5 Part of Swt -

t was held in the huge new Panama held during the conference. Store; Madison. presided over' a' short business meeting of SE 34 Reed DB 51,PG 376 J Willie Lee Cowart '(;
fJ.1.95
and. the pastor Rev Dozier Sappmade 20 1 N 7 E 8 Part of SWH of I.-
SEK Reed DB 58 PG 320 :
the closing prayer. -- Paul Culpepper
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Rev J D Young, pastor of ,Brewer 20 IN YE 'Part of SW 34 of SE*. lL95
CIRCUIT COURT Reed DB 92 PG 90 ._... .<... .
i "You will Lake Baptist cKurch at Day broughta : John Carter j i .
get my splended'message to the gathering 20 IN 7E Part of NE/ of SE% .1 ; ; 1.63

Reed DB 28 PG 284 ,
__ G F' Andrews and "Lou on Missions. Fred James : 't'f : 11.95
: personal attention Murray The men. and ,ladies oMt Olive Blk A Highway SID Lot No. .10 ?, ,
'. Andrews Sterchi, Executrix, plaintiffs church and served a -delicious Heed DB 34 PG 66.-.. ..._._.i. ., Susie Randolph
prepared ; et a! "
vs Ralph E Davis and, wife, rfl1. :r.81
BUt A Highway S/D Lots No. 18 .
of ried fish hush
i'fupper (
defendants: Court finds for plain ., .. .
and best .
service :19,20,21.
tiffs in sum of-$9,500.00 plus interest puppies"salad, pie and cake. BUt d Lakeview S/D Lots No. 11 Simp C F &demons Grace ,. fJTf'! :! 4.43

t attorney's fees, costs, etc., and FOR ,. 21 IN 7E Leggett SID Lots No. Porter :'ii;: .8.30

available when you orders mortgaged property a sold .. .. .. i--- -- .. -10&.1I ...:. A.fc.. .,. C E &-Grace-Porter* s .
S October 16th if not paid forthwith. Higher Than Ordinary Quality. 21 IN 7E Part of SW% of NW 25.03

L Melvena Goodwin Barrs,. plaintiff, Lower Than Usual Prices Reed DB 86 PG 244 ........ -. Katie Lou Mason .'
drive into Arnie vs Howard Barrs, defendant. Bondsof E' 2.87
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.. SEE Blk 20, Lot No. 10 L- Henry Johnson 'Jr ;-l: 5.65
matrimony dissolved and plain
E ? Blk 20r Lot No. 12 1. Matilda Fergirson '
: tiff given custody of minor daughter. Blk 20, Lot No. I : : 4.87
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Johnnie
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Medders American I
Defendant, to pay $25 per month McLeod Fiffmture Co. Blk 20. Lot No. 23 3 Simp demons : f>?- 9JOSJr

for support of child and to have Blk 25, Lots No. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 -L- Henry Johnson .' ; 2.06
Service in right of visitation at reasonable GREENVILLE FLA. Blk 25. Lot No. 4 &: W% of Lot, 3 'Virginia Candy ,', a""T1"* f .3.93
Station [f
,2.37
times and places. j CIRCLE MEETS Blk 31, Lots No. 27, 28, 29, 30 _L- Rosa James t -! i'
fr S Dixie- Acceptance Corporation vs Blk 33, Lots No.,13, 14, 15 -......_ J Vickers est -'' _. 14.23
t Faye Marie Cook Randell and. bus- r Blk 34 Lots No. 18 19, 20, 21 ..1 1 3.31
< ? : J Madisoii"ARNIEt The Presbyterian GirlsCircl met ; Clarence Bellamy : *rV
1 J 4_ bead, mortgage make foreclosure. Defendants at the home of Mrs Frances Scruggs Blk 34. Lots No. 7 & 8 ... ........f.... Mary Lee .Wise: ; ::X 10.80 1.65t
dismiss? :
motion to :
Tuesday night with eleven present, Blk 35 Lots No. 3,- 4, 5, 6. 7, 8. 9, -
and plalntiU.given". twentY' days to two new members and two chair- 10, 11, 12, 13 14, 15, 16, 17 18: ,
oj. amen d- complaint. Upon plaintiffs men present. 19, 20, 21 ; Penny Preston ..,";-F' :
f failure to take required action, com 433
Blk 36, All of. L. Clarence
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Beverly Gibson presented the Bellamy
plaint to stand dismissed and .Mrs, Graham Wheeler program the Blk 39. Lots No.. 1 & 30 ..,............t..i.. LonnIe Jennings -;-,;: 5.65 237 i

'., ', ,,,, devotional I Blk 40 Lots No. 31 & 32 :1 r. Bud Bee -, ... ;', 2.31
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HOSTS AT RECEPTION '..- Refreshments served, by the hostess Blk 41. Lots 13. 14, 15, 16 17, 18 -. 1;,. ,
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Mr and Mrs Kirby Reichm ann fruit punch ". ; .. :. -r : ,;. were hosts at a reception'Mondayevening The November meeting will S be of NW% Reed DB 43 PG 442-

at their home, honoring Mr with. Judy Cole. this Includes Lot No. 8 of Blk.35 Penny Preston .t 337
and Mrs Lucktenburg following their PEAR'RECIPE Blk 45, Lot No. 17 -. *._ Mac Johnson;' 2.06

'- appearance here as the first number Blk 45, Lots No. 1 & 2 L. Thelma Evans. :&Annie N Davis 10.80
r in the NFJC Artist Series for "(Sent;in by'O k Hill .Blk 45, Lots No. 7. 8. 9, 10, 11. 12, .
Correspondent)
i 13 14, 15, 16
this year at Woodard Theatre where One last t- Henry Johnson 4.43
f t i .p pear recipe. Mrs S P Blk 45 Lot No., 6 *.. Henry Johnson "
they 'presented a violin and harpsi Odom' 1.44
chord recital 1 Pear Cake.' 2. cups sugar, Blk 46 Lots No. 24 & 25 ...-.....*.> -.., Henry Johnson 2.37
butter
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An arrangement of pink cup or oleo 3 cups flour. Blk 46 Lots No. 10, 11 12 13.'14.

pS centered the dining table and sasanquas color 1 cup sour milk, 1V cup pear pre 15. 16, 17 18. 22, 23 & N% of-

tt ful pyracantha berries and other serves or canned pears cut in pieces, Lots 19 & 20 5 .-. *_. Mac Johnson S '; ".; 4.98
4 1 *
eggs cup nuts chopped, 1 teaspoon .
BIk 48. Lot No. 4 L_ Carrie Flowers
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Fall flowers were used in decorating.Mrs 1M.
and Mrs each salt,fdfa, bang pswdni Blk 47 All of. w_ _... ...._-...'_' Mae Johnson %, 2.68
Henry Stalling
$ allspice, .
Robert Kennedy presided at the I I cinnamon' nutmeg and Blk 49 Lots No. 3 & 4 Johnnie B Wise "Its
vanilla
silver service pouring coffee. Sift dry ingredients to- Bik 49. Lot No. 12 ,; Eddie James't' ./' 1.44<<

Guests'Included members of North: gether. Cream butter and'sugar. Elk 49. Lots No. 10. & 11 ........_R,. Joe A Potts ." 3rT
ARNIE add ; .
1.: MEDDERS Florida Junior College faculty and eggs. Then alternate"flour and Blk 49. W% of Lots No. 24 &.25. Nellie Henderson 1137;

the Artist Series committee., milk. .Add fruit and nuts. Bake in BIk 50. Lot No. 29 &.' ;;. Rosa Lee Lane t. it- 1 ZGS

i ;_ *-. \ tube pan 350 degrees for 144 hours: Blk 50,, Lot No. 28 ....w. .._s._. Willie Lane. Jr. 4- 6
w Better if aged 2 or 3'days.assMtaeit. Blk SI, Lot No. 14 -' Aim Roberts Hester Ross '
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Judge Guy McClain of Mayo who Blk 5L Lots No. 17' &. 18 ..?..-, ,. ;ltf Mary Lee WIse' .. 237

American Servke StationMADISON has' been in W T Edwards ho pi i Bir' if Blk, 51. Bats No. 15, 16/less road J VICkers, est. ;. '.4
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is Bow in the Jasper bospttal'...w.. i 29 IN 7E lib Part of SE& of '., -
.treated for a -heart attack- '1! Cafes itS NEU Heed DB 51 PG 304 .-j_ George Bush I' ?fJ
eI 29 7N 7E Part of NE% of NES4

FLORIDA r IfiIt.D ;' Reed DB 70 PG 173 =_ Marie Payne ,

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mm T1IDS U Saturday, October 21 ..-1''\-1)

DOUBLE FEATURE :' _

Lumber COmPany FIVE BRANDED WOMEN starring -
Van Heflin Vera Miles. See

and BUILDING SUPPLIESIF d tsar wJo6' : the starkly realistic story of womenin
war and in lover An international

cast.of top-acting talent and .
;3II1LcuI TOMJLE'w, do you read the how they survive in a war-torn'


-. Fisherman's Calendar? land.THE .
,
', ., BELLBOY starring Jerry
: Lewis with Alex Garry,Sonny Sands.
,
; ...... "\. -... .." ,.. ... This
turns
,, : -. -.. .... -.. .. '.. bellboy a plush Miami
;i.-, ; i-.' -, .. .."';":: ." '.'",f- j."';,:t. ... t ..s",_._ .' cou's _'ISHERMA CAUNDAR ..J_ I t> hotel Into shambles, trying to please
} > : .. .{. ; l'r customers-and all for fun.
Car
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:,. ; OCTOI.I22 THIU 29
';'- ,:;' :;:,.. .r. ;'. : f :\ .", ,- ,. d;_.' toon. i i
1: INTERESTED IN: AN OWNER-COMPLETED-' -: "
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'3' v' H'-- ..s<' *- ., J'' }. Thin Tae Esdi.aay. "Tarts FIoIo Fitt_-.' Sunday-Monday, October 22, 23

: ,. HOME, SEE.,.'HOWABDSTUDSTILL LUMBER COMPANY,l"i'' .' DAVID AND GOLIATH, Eastman
.. t, < : y, Jt : SUN I T' color, starring Orsen Welles Ed
: SAT-
'. Mkt TUE WED THO FRI SUN;
; :. : 'W J.' .1.-,:; "', I. I I .:. ward' Hilton 'Emma Out of
v- ? '5I* '.,' t. .22.. 23 '24 25 26 I 27.I 28 I ,29.. ; .. Baron.
? \ : 1-: ',, bill!' );I ):8 J:8: ,.. the age of savagery and splendor

'. NO MONEY DOWN. .FINAlCINGADJUSTED. TQ wk W' :; ; : 71:2 Q 'U:59' 1:00: 2:02 2:55: 3:4s 4:40 6i3i' Surges the story of the shepherdboy
f .
YOUR ,REQUIREMENTS- "... : ,' '; ; :1 .PM PM AM obi Arii Mt AM 4M. ... who became a warrior king.
> Never before shown on the screen-
\ g.I
.. .' .. J ;. the duel of defiance. Cartoon.
,4/i/( *. :.;:j ..'. : ..
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'' j, *:* ,ne fish Belsr"_ ,_-_, t:erl _-... r Tuesday-Wednesday, October 24, 23
ale;- sera ..;.. .
: l r t KWElWILL :; -- .. -- CIRCLE OF DECEPTION, star-
ring' Suzy Parker, Bradforl Dillman. -
i : ., The most amazing spy story
'FURNISH BATHROOM FIXTURES, SHEET e-- J : ever tracked on film. What was it
TUIfflLlLumber they did that was so shockingso -

ROCK, HOT WATER HEATER, AND LIGHT FIXTURES soul destroying? Drama danger";

&\ and daring in the slums of Tangiers.,
FOR SMALL EXTRA MONTHLY < Z '
PAYMENT : 'C Cartoon. {
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Thursday-Friday, Oct. 26, 27 *, I

.. ;' 7, ,Company DOUBLE, FEATURE : .
'- .. t- THUNDER'OVER HAWAII

Technicolor, starring Richarl Den
\ .. ning, Beverly Garland Filmed in
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: OlIHU 3-6106 gorgeous Hawaii. Action, romance
adventure on the high seas.

-NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX In order to vote in these elections TO BE IN BEAUTY CONTEST REPORT OF BOOKMOBILE HOMICIDAL, starring ,Glenn

SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION a person must meet all. the following CIRCULATION JULY 1, SEPT 30Suwannee Drink DR. PEPPERMrs # Corbett Patricia Breslin, Jean Ar-
Gail
Thompson age 8, daughter of
qualifications: less. The master of horror says sea
Pursuant to the provisions of I 1. Be a legal resident of Madi Mr and Mrs J B Thompson of it if you dare. Chilling shocking,,

Chapter 23,726, Laws of Florida and: ison County (having lived in the Florala- Ala. was interviewed on County 4,051; Madison Curtis Baucom of Gainesvillewas frightening and suspense that will

other applicable provisions.of the State at least one year and in the TV Oct 17th and was a contes- 'County 3,354; Columbia County, the weekend guest of tier. keep you on the edge of your seat.

Laws of Florida, regular biennial I County at least 6 months prior to tant for the Little Miss Peanut 2,474; Taylor County 1,802; Dixie cousins,'.Ir and Mrs L H Hardy. Cartoon. _

school elections. are hereby ordered the date of election). beauty contest the night of the 1,722; Hamilton 1,536; Gilchrist, -x-

held In Special Tax School District General 2. Be Election a registered Books.voter on the 18th, in Dothan Ala at the National 1,046; Lafayette 864. \' Mr 4 and Mrs Mitchell Wynn were. All .types :Mechanical Repair .

Number 1 (which includes the entire 3. Be a taxpayer on- real or Peanut Festival She is the granddaughter ,.. visitorsin Gainesville Friday to see: on Cars and Trucks. I I

Laws county) on November of Madison 7 under, 1961.present The personal. property (or both) ,in I of Mr and Mrs J P Mor-; row.of Madison. a, doctor. .. ,'llcWILLIAl\lS GARAGE. \

elections will be held at each pre Madison County and hold a 1960 Hltll I III.'" .. ,
in- receipt for taxes paid to County -.3{ .. :. ,. -t..1' : .' ', .. .. .
cinct center as follows .
voting .. << : : .
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,Tax Collector of Madison County. '. ,. -i.1 ... .
cluding clerk:' ., :'- .1. ...d. __,, .
PRECINCT NO. MADISON ,(It might be well tocarry this to ,? : (. ; :: 't\ '(Ji'< ..: 'J < :" : .
f ; : ? '
the' polls in the 'event questionarises :
: any < : "
ClerK
'
James M Copeland, > t J' t2 ; i,1i.
Hillouise Bevan, Phillis Parramore, ). The location of the property : ., ; ;,
has no consequence, just since it is : '
Marl Sullivan.NO. 1-A MADISON in Madison County, Florida. < / q #
PRECINCT
A G Herring. Clerk. Mildred The law provides that any qualified ; IE1'USSHOWYOTL: \ < j
be nominated and ,
person may
Haire, Nell Canty, Eva Kramer. f .
have his or her name printed*onballot t _
PRECINCT NO. 2 MADISON if D- .. .
John L Waring Clerk. Dot Hiers, as candidates by five (5) .'I -, :: : .
qualified electors provided such request All' IUI THEjjo ONLY CAR ,. ,. _.
Davis.
Rachel PRECINCT Reichman NO., Florida 2-A MADISON office is of in County writing Superintendent and filed with the on 4f \ :' WITH ; ;

Juanita
L E Wimberly Clerk. .
or before October 21, 1961. Petitions .
.,Hagans, Elouise Wade, Elizabeth filed after this date have no legal .5. BlLUON-MILE PROOF -

Sale.PRECINCT NO. 3 LEE validity. The consent of Nominee. .
; .
must be secured. .
Robert Searcy, Clerk. Fred Holder --> :" : .
The County School Board shall .
W C Ragans, Felton Almond.
NO.4 MOSELEY HALL constitute the final canvassing Boardto .
PRECINCT BEAUTIFULLY
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determine the elected trustees.: IT'S BUILT '4' q'
Mrs Dan Chason Clerk. J J Cruce, .. _
E Blanton. The rule for determining this is as '
Mrs B R Rainey, Mrs W : "
PRECINCT NO. 5 GREENVILLE follows: ; I # 5PBE MORE SERVICE-FREE!( '2.- '
-H L Sherrod, Clerk. Tom S Stud- The three highest candidates who ;'* ; .
still, G'F Bishop, F 'H Reams. live in three separate Board Member : : -. v-; < fI
GREENVILLEC Districts shall be the three -
PRECINCT NO. 5-A I ', -' < 1 .,-
: } -$
H Brannen, Clerk. Alvin Day, elected trustees for district (Coun- ..... ..tf- A'j'it:' .< <.... .
McLeod, Andrew Patrick. ty). ;r : E.. c'"
E.S :
Sidney .: : ; ; t. ,
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and ordered the Boardin '
PRECINCT NO. 6 HAMBURG Done by :: iY > -
Randall Gaston Clerk. Carlton Regular Session October 4. 1961. ; .

Smith, ,Ben Kiel John Wilson. sW H BAILEY, JR.,, Chairman. I )tt: } >

PRECINCT NO. 7 CHERRY, LAKEGeorge '. bct..13-4t-cb ,>.,.

Surles. Jack Burnett Johns, Sr Scott, Clerk.Wimberly., J I SMALL CALENDAR CLAIMS OF THE COURT ; .""1. t..m ,&1 .... -:.> ..... .Q ..,. r '.

PRECINCT NO. 8 PINETTA 6 ,
V S Smith Clerk. John Hollings-

worth, J Woodard, Ran Terry. Oct 13. 1961 .-'... ,
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PRECINCT NO. 9 TUTEN 7 Anthony Napoli vs Harlee Ran- :

Mrs Aubrey Aman Clerk. L L dell 187.83; Judgment by Default. M

Seaver, Wilbur Aman. K P Beaty. 14 S D :Medlin vs Alex Reshard,

PRECINCT NO. 10 HICKSTOWN 20.17 Judgment by Default. A, .
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Howard Hughey Clerk. George 15 S D Medlin vs Ulysses Alexander -
Albert :McLeod, Frank .
Rykard. 23.70; Judgment.
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Rykard. 16 S D Medlin vs S T Barfield
PRECINCT NO. 11 MACEDONIA ._
Bellflower, Clerk. J: El. 79.61; Judgment Default. *> : '

more Robert. Williams,' William Ward, 1S_ ,p Medlin vs Fred:)Porter,' 1 Nt., ," .. _
Jackson. 22.72; Trial set for later date.
Emory ::11I\
PRECINCT NO. 12 WINQUEPINJ 24 S D Medlin vs Edgar Morgan

H Williams Clerk. Truman '13.40; Dismissed paid in fullJ !fi : CJu /500- "..

Webb, Mathew Williamson Quinton' 25 S ,D Medlin vs T J Haines The.new luxsay tar at the loo Ford price _
Dryden. 14.42 Trial for later date. .
; set ,,
The two purposes of these elections 18 S D Medlin vs Sonnie .Washington ,. Never before bar there.been ary car-at any P ice-- ..__ MtfsJt' ?along with: Galaxie .' t '
are ; itunnfng
accordance with Law .
in built to be.as service-free as our 1962 Ford Galaxie!
13.15 Thunderbird '
; Trial set for later appearance : its Thunderbird V- *
as follows: -;: In fact, the average driver Kill have to for .. ,
1. To elect three persons (each I date.. routine service twice stop power ; ; .its quiet, new Quality Ride : t ;you. ,
only !
a
qualified year d rf:important tarings in time and service-cuts senjialtjoa .
be duly
must a .
of whom defined -r i Now you can drift 6,000 miles between oil changes y drive .-, .:." +, -.r....
hereinafter )
school elector as HOMECOMING f-4tl.Y, '1" ;i. 30,000 miles m two full years before replaci rttr": .:..'" .
; believe '
) to serve as trustees of nt-atifreere gy"ouJd'ycnJ; a car. so radiant; so rortny,gj1 i-
Tax School District Number % 30COO miles between majorchassis regal,could: be$o pvrtlj! practical too?Can your imagine*
Special lubrications! You
entire county for the ensuing Homecoming will be observed fat get self-adjusting brakes anyone paying hundreds more for other can that 1e tf
1 (the ) ty V..anti-nut vital ... *
processing on
biennium, beginning. January' !the First Baptist -Church in )Saida i tined mdler..ancI body puts alumdon't have-nearly as much to offer? Doc it make .. ,: .
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2,' 1962, and until their successors::son on Sunday October 22nd, all many more cost-euttingfeaturcl! semc-todally+ cuts one more day? 'Optiuulattxtratttli :


are 2. duly To qualified.fix the district millage day.Mr Carroll Lamb, 'will be' the ; '

rate to be levied on the 10 mills withLaw. and ,:soloist Sunday morning Rev W T :62 Galaxieby i'i'.r EO .

district. The tax a secretary rolls 10 mills in accordance was levy instructed on the J:ing Ligon message., Pastor, will bring- the ,morn. : i ti*v r 1 rf k t!

to place
Lunch will be served at noon.1q59' ,
used for Sup-
ballot. (9 mills to be See the features of the ..
future
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*;port & Maintenance. Grades 1-12; 1HHll : now at your Ford Dealer's
'; to be used for Support& Main- Mercury 4-doer U.A.IO ,**

; Junior Colleges.)
tenaace
"t The.....Trustees run on a county- Mercomatle R & H "j ij. i
Hardee '"
4Wid .basis and no two can be $1495" ? Motor Company ;

elected"from any one Board Member ,'"
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CLUB HAS PROGRAM ._ ducted the business meeting when -, .
SCHEDULEWEEK
REMOVE 'WMAf I
WE TRIM AND ON BIROS
committee chairmen gave reportson
DAYS 1 various' projects.Plans for clean
Dangerous TreesHENDERSON 6:00. SIGN ON ,.' ". '( .. up monththe, bazaar- and Christmas :
_ 6:01 ,GOOD'NE\VS' r Mrs Elbert, Trussell of Live Oak' lighting o were discussed.d. Mrs In Valdosta
; 6 dO WORLD & STATE YEWS wS. guest:;r speaker at the Garden O R Hamrick gave instructions) for
!l : 6:15 FLORIDA FARM'HOUR Club .luncheon .
.' 6:40 RUDY HAMRICK*COUNTY Meeting Thursday in planting: and cultivation of sweet '
TREE'EXPERT CO.. AGENT ,(MON.. WED. FRIDAY -Presbyterian' Fellowship HalL: She peas that all were asked to grow '
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MSS. Box 3484 .. ->. ) 1.M. : : the Place To.The I Is <
Tallahassee, ,Fla. a f rCSO WORLD;NEWS %;: *' done\ ;extensive, travelingab'road... : of APPJ eci 1ition"' i "c.toyth'er, :- ;-. .Shop J
: 6:55 STATE NEWS '* !*: .MrS JL Brinson_ .: bird chairman oft club from Miss Sircy ,Rowe was -
..':00 COFFEE TIME '?. .*:; :;1 ;ie-,;focal- club;;Introduced the speaker read for the gift of, a: scholarshipto

Can 3851636FIRST 7:25 MORNING SPORTS''$HOW' '- and'-' also presented ..her with an ; NFJc.. .: ? ? ., .
7:32 COFFEE TIME :t:* ;r .attractive flower container, a gift v-The .Camellia.circle: ..decorated the !
740 REPORT FROM TALLAHASSEE Castle Irk' j
.ARTIST SERIES *., (TUES. THROUGH from the club. Mrs Trussell gave hall for the meeting. Driftwood, : La
PERFORMANCE SAT.) __ j* the member present whose name was garlands: ** of green and{birds ,centered -

+w*. 7:45 WORLD NEWS drawn a bird 'feeding station, and ', ;the'\-I.-***tables. ... > andJt: :>arrangenients- ,. :' ...
"'J"j' -" -STA'rE'-NEWs, -.5'i:: this went-to Miss Whittle Dickinson: of greenery-were placedjn4the-hall.: -- -" ." .
The first' program of the. currentArt@ 7:55 WEATHER NEWS *;:; <: .'}jrs Trusseir;spoke of conservation -, Further emphasizing fhei1 bird motif l. Modern .

!; :Series was presented ,to an 8:00 .COFFEE TIME :;'- ",f : of, .;bird .life, field, stream were.. napkins decorated with ,birds Shopping Center : :; :
appreciative audience at Woodard 9:00:: MORNING' DEVOTIONS food; and: /all other natural. resourc i '-The Azalea circle. members, MrsF .
theatre, .Monday night, October 9. 9:15 SWEET MUSIC'TIME es. Protection and management; were E Naughton, fhairman. wereehostesses
The Lucktenberg Duo,gave a varie- 9:30MARY 9:45 MUSICAL BLAINE INTERLUDE.TIME stressed, .and all birds, even. pre \ pd seryedia delicious tur:

ty of musical ,offerings, marked by 10OQ MUSIC UNLIMITED datory ones, play' an important part key- -luncheon to.d :Marge number .of Free Parking""t.
.. accomplished skill and excellent,,- 11:15 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- in nature. She named five classesof members and guests. "* T ,* .
technique. GRAM birds.on which there are no restrictions :

Perhaps the highlight of the evening 11:30 RECORD SESSION all other birds being'pro ..-,jit .
"was Saint.Saens Introductionand. 11: (SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAM tected by state and federal'laws and John Cone, Leroy Alderman, Joe -:

Rondo. which_,there was ex- TUESDAY) cannot be harmed, taken, injured or Laney, members of the Madison AgTiculturaT "
cellent opportunity for a display of 11:50 ONLY STORK) CLUB (MONDAY killed, except game birds 'at, :"cer. 'Stabilization and 'Conser- Visit :These'-::Friendly Stores:: :Ji"
technical skill and sympathetic in- 11:55 YOUR FLORIDA GARDEN tain. seasons. vation Committee,and ASCS Office
terpretation. Both _instruments; the 12:00 WORLD NEWS .As a means of conserving bird Manager Charles F Sims have been '. .. ; AaW.unJwd .
harpsichord and the 1618 Stradi- 12:15 NOONTIME NOTES life, the city of Live Oak has been inVited' to a State conference at CASTLE PARK VARIETY STORE .
Clearwater, October 1719.
varius, were subjects of considerable 12:30 TALK OF THE TOWN made a bird sanctuary she said, .
interest on the part of the 12:40 FARM NEWS and has established a rifle range ,

audience which was invited to 12:45 STATE NEWS where on Thursday afternoons boys BUSINESSMENNewspaper '- ; : ; '
examine them at close range after 12:50 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- shoot at targets to their satisfac- CASTLE PARK PHARMACY .
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the performanee. tion.Mrs advertising
12:55 WEATHER NEWS -
The next performance in the Trussell, assisted by Mr "
1:00 HILLBILLY HIT PARADE
Series will be on Monday, October (FROM THE PASTOR'S Trussell, showed slides of birds and make TALBOTT PAINT & WALLPAPER CO. ,

30, in Perry when the Daphne Hell- X STUDY, WEDNESDAY) also of means of attracting birds can help you I:. .
1 man Trio will present a musical 2:00 GOSPEL TIME I by planting shrubs and trees whose !
program featuring the guitar, bass 2:30 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- :blooms and berries appeal, to'them money as: well as have LaRUE'S,
-and harp. GRAM as food, also those that are suita-
2:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE ble for protection' ana nesting. The ftminjusiness. (

USED WASHERS 3:00 AFTERNOQN MELODIES colored slides shown were, taken in .
3:40 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM ,
GREEN TURTLE RESTAURANTWeWanflCorn
her Live. Oak garden Call HU! '3-6361

GOOD SELECTIONHowerton 4:00 RECORD REQUEST Mrs.,J M DuRant .president,_ con .--' .. -' :
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Sammie Lee: Welch W 0 Linton, FIVEMINUrE NEWSCAST-
Mrs>R V 'Mickler.. HueyBaker Mrs TORE THE HOUR; NEWS
Evesta Blazon, Mrs Anna Hill, Jim! HEADLINES & WEATHER I ON i -
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McCown, Mrs Zola Woodcock, Neil w.. 'To.
McLeod, Mrs Udean Driggers, Mrs 7:29 SIGN ON .
Marie', Park Mrs Theo Wells Mrs 7:30 TRAVELING STARS ..

June Garbett, Lonnie Spencer, Max i 7:55 8:00 NEWS GOSPEL HYMN TIME : .}B SIILLLLUw. I
Walker, Derwood Wessell, Mrs '
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Margarete Gall baby Harris girl,, Tolar,Vernon Mrs, Mrs Sylvia Singletary Sammie Cruce, Mrs Lee and': 9:15 8:55 9:00 JIMMY MORMON MORNING STROUD CHOIR SPORTS SHOW. ::.,..': .S4 have' just; compIeled.iDDing Dew HiP + eed C JIVeyor W di

Mrs Sharon Blanton and
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Welch 9:30 ,LIGHT & LIFE HOUR

baby Mickler girl,Miss.Huey Lynn Baker McCown, Mrs ,R Mrs V 10:00 10:05 SONGS NEWS OF FAITH !.' :earciz .Tiiis will efe us to you much" '" f faiter t tx

Mattie Blalock Henry Thompson 10:32 MEDITATION FOR SUN .

Wright Johnny, Mrs,MdDaniel Ola Sanders, Mr, Mrs Carol June. 10:47 DAY PRELUDE. TO WORSHIP, ., .,; and gJJ Detter Sf'IC!. _' e't ,

,Garbett. .. I. 11:00 COMMUNITY CHURCH. I ; ': "' .. : "- 1 I
BABY BLANTON- 12:00 WORLD NEWS, ? : : ; ', : .. .,.... ..; .. :; :,f- -., ;
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"Admission: *: JamesBletcher, ,8:10 EVENTIDE ;\.4Lop MketJriceS! .q 9' -::5o.f.'i:- 1C o t : i ;. .

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and Mrs Louie Abbott of Madison. -. t "... t ,
1 Ulysses McDaniel, two cases of .' .-Fas1est Un1oaiiig Se'i mce" !- ; 1
The"ring bearers were room matesof
reckless driving (wHlful and wan '. jf; ;"
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the.couple, Mr Gary Griffin and j. ,
Miss Shelby Dukes.' ton). v$25 or sixty i days/on!tJne jHistKre-D cka .. ("I\.,..; J: L\' ,- t
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their children to spend ,Sunday with .. :J. .
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x-ray technician and Mrs Easley. apsychiatric children of Palatka.. '.. f .. F FV .

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HU 3-2279 .__. GFEEN Pi C.AEEN6TAM .TAMPS Save # ? '

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN : GREEN STAMPS .
that Roy Smith, holder of Tax Certificate $.i' ;i.We" A. : r
No 3 of 1958, dated
September --' t WiTH THIS COUPON AT YOUR '
2, A D 1958 has filed ,said '
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,, : NEAREST WINN-DIXIE STORE
certificate in this office and made V V
Void After Limit One Coupon To Adult With ,
application for tax deed to issue
Oct. 21 A$5.00 or More Food Order
thereon in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following i .
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described property ,situatedIn ; ..;" .. '. 4
Madison County Florida,. twit : -: .
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of Sirmons.: / ..( Good Thru October 21st'BEEF ,',. .''- 507 S. RANGE ST. ,. .
The assessment of, said property H .., ;
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BELL. Unless said certificate shall :' L .- .
be, redeemed,_according to ,law.tax : S moked ham

deed will issue thereon to < the : .: L ;' W-D "BRANDED" !SIRLOIN or RIB S.
highest bidder at the West door of .
the Court House 1n,1tf.adison. Florida .

on the 6th day of November, 'f'"t: :;; steak 89.
AD1961at11:00AM. : ; !>, ; ., LB. : 'Sunnyland i Govt. Inspected Small

Witness'my hand, ,and official- -#> 'o : .rW..;.[:*.. .- .10-12 LB. AVG.! -.NO MOISTURE ADDED
,seal this{30th day of September, '' W-D "BRANDED" T-BONE NO CENTER SLICES REMOVED
: A D 1961., 0. EITHER f

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.f/ ,! Clerk CircuitCourt steak98'
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sided'and Emy Howertpn-.read-.the .._. 1 __. ,_ W-D "BRANDED" Quality..l Controlled GROUND '" 'r
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minutes in' the absence of Alberta c' t- 1 smoked bacoiFancy
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15th Eulee Register, Low r:0:: -<. :w. .:'( """ -. '- -.r" .,
XHitts.ISept.. ; po g': ;: S- BLUE or WHITE .DETERGENT '.:. fff, RED or GOLDEN HAWAIIAN
; Lannie Low
29th Register

Net.,'.Oct. 6th Nettie Chason and Merle N ;:1 ArrowMaxwell. PKG.E191. Punch 3t51.: j

.Sullivan won over Lannie Register _
idea play-off for Low Net. i :
>:At the Valdosta Golf Tournamentour ZZ.' ... ... o

'won girls in her did flight us proud and!was Leila awarded Bryan : : / -_ __ @ :

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a beautiful silver covered casserole
and Elizabeth! Ross won in her
r" flight and also won a beautiful House Shortening
silver covered dish. '
; "' Plans are being made' 'for 'an

Invitational prospective members Luncheon of.to the be.1.1adison held. for a :: (OFFEE : CRISCO,

Ladies liThe ladies Golf Association are invited; ;'to; Lake : ;r rI '

City Nov 2nd and to Moultrie Nov. .

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ELECTED: SEC-TREAS. OF c l-LB. BAG 3LB. CAN
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=- : I J your 49J LJm\t\\ yourhoter'with .
I Don Davis, former MHS Student i.'I d i-i.... : --choice+ with '!' -s, ..' ,-. ...'. .'"'_,'.-. .'#

Body 1961 President MHS graduating and-nemb'class er*&, was*the !.a.! .......0 ::=.0-t:I z.._.=.-.. Food Order' ) Food Order ".. ..... -"- I..
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Executive Council of the Freshman
Class at the University of Florida.In -e zE o -z Vacuum Packed Coffee \ Pure Vegetable shortening .

'[ accepting this honor, Don .becomes -, IV.I AstorH,-Lb. 4g : eJL i4 Astor 59
Sec.-Treas. of the largest sp 4 Can .. ) Can .
Freshman Class (3500) in U of F ; :' "
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.Don is a son of Mr- and Mrs E : 'e'y. L ,c

C "Red" Davis, of Madison. .. ..._ -

t U OF F ALUMNI u -
MEET
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A Dixie Darling
,; '- i FRESH STRINGLESS
|University of Florida; Alumni met '
.onday night at the Chuck Wagon a onnaisLQT.39l

from Restaurant Gainesville together Lake with City several and ; .b" e a n S.,

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Perry, 'Who explained the function of Dixie Darling :
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the alumni association. -
"Carl Bevis was named temporary i Salad Drcssmfl':QT 39. I
chairman A more complete organization :;

weeks. will' be perfected, in..-.-J a few|3 ,1 M4g-tL !. :, (ibby's'4* .4.el'1 \ 2 LBS.r 29tI

f?!Xt Is expected the, local organijation -,
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will tie in with the alumni Beef 39/ : t
program and assist in raising funds .. Stew L C" | Jonathan All Purpose

'for scholarships to aid those who .- _'s? r. LJbb/s Halves or Sliced Yellow *
Deed assistance from the loan fund. : 5 "LB.IBAG
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$ "applees
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O. a
BABY BRO'N -- ..- Ing i Peaches Cans./. ; .

[Mr and Mrs* iE Brown,. Jr announce orb on's FriZi-.. Apple, Peach, Cherry Coconut ,
the arrival of a baby boy
Oct 4th at Leesburg. Florida. The Grade "A" Lorjk r
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young man weighed 9 Ibs-and has ., fruit pies jsize,1
been named Richard Eugene Brown

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:J He is the grandson of Mr and \, .iijl :..". .. .4 ,:' ..:." ;: 4 eggs,: .11 .
Mrs R E Brown, Sr of Rt 2, Madison E ;: .', n Morton's Frozen.

r Mrs Brown Sr Is visiting the : Meat Pies dftSM 1 50' se
,family this week at Leesburg. / = UDUM 'nt1S COUPON rea
,; : II sa. Ifill It....
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f' 1956, .Sf.iW.II" '1-", .: ,!},-.; ,h.e i Frozen- '. ,. ; My... ....... W" f
c, Fwdpkkip"f _. ... & ... .. ..!>\/ftgujH: 'Q 12-OZ. 1a Alddka T.Tkaa Aryalory .
$1'
Juice .....
completely reconditioned L'Lipp." I r ge o cans IarM4W1MaY..r.rc.
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49 t PICe.TAfT O' eEAdoz.

1 J S650 t tJ I :B Patio Frozen EnchiladaDinners flSM STICKS
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-_. / LOST with
: Reddish colored cow i

i white and red spots on face.. has EXPERT REPAIR -
horns, weighs! about 540 pounds IRRIGATION
CLASSIFIED ADS and is gentle. Had two sales : :
stamps on back. Last seen In SMALL ENGINES f:1. ,,-

woods pasture near CARL BURN- '- Complete Systems Installed & ,Financed ';' "Y"< ; ;

ETT place. Reward to finder. S n'':'",' .
<<' /bSaJe jStl'qyect to? Ke i D BLANTON Phone HUnter-- SALES & SERVICE "
6540. 7-lt-ch fc : 'l >
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Howerton Co. ;. ';'t;
Supply /1' r
W. B. Davis Jr. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE: I"If you're proud of i it ;. kq '
Dandy light boat, used once like MADISON FLA. new. Cost $75. ,Leaving town, will :: ji.- .
selT for WELLS .briigittothe _
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: $45. See at -. -
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Distributors for: tt' '
ACREAGE.FARMS BOAT CO. 7-2t-pd : ."

BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL North Florida Fair!" CALL I DEMING *;!
TURBINE
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PUMPS1 i ..
*.'pSTATES RESIDENTIAL FOR SALE CHEAP: Oil heaters, : .. lj
< :t
APPRAISALS -drums, and copper tubing; also 2 t.> :JLPate" CONTINENTAL POWER UNITS; '.t. } !,,"fi .
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ABSTRACTS OF TTTLE \ furnished apartments for .rent. Got. 31 Nov.. 4 : '.
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TITLE INSURANCE'. MRS J J NEWMAN. HU &2523. \ :&'Phone'- 2525 Greenville, "'FIa. ." U. S. ELECTRIC MOTORS ,UJ. ': '

112 West Base 'Street 6-tf-ch: for >
REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE
MADISON. FLORIDA FOR RENT: Apartment unfurnished, ,
Phone HU 3-6277 available immediately. .Phone J.D.Scruggs SANDINGVARNISHING $. RACE & RACE AND SURE RAKE FTTTINGS ,

I SMITH DRUG STORE, HU 3- r ,- ,;
Y FOR SALE 6262 or MRS KIRBY REICH- FORESTER WAXING ". :.
Plan for
a REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. now your future irrigation. : :
; MANN? Ph. HU 3-6371. 4-tf-ch Old or New Floors "
3-bedroom home HU 3.6186MADISON .' :
'. The'I51den Norris I .:; ;/
and nice shaded lot. .HELP WANTED FLA. I ESTIMATES GIVEN"' >' ,;;,,/"-> \-f.-- ..

The Benjamin Davis 3-bedroom I, SALESMEN OR .AGENTS ': T. M. HOWERTON JR. .Get Our Prices Before You Buy '; _-s- >!-: ,'.F
2-bath home. ,Large shaded lot, nice Manor Woman. Pleasant profitable "C'llilia -. '. "' .
lawn quiet neighborhood. route work. Full or part time. Large I. CONSULTING FORESTER -f:4

17 acres in Cherry Lake, 2-bed- repeat orders. Earn $2.50 per houror PLATE GLASSd 0 TIMBER MARKETINGS. HACKNEY BROTHERS ,. ... '
,room home, pasture. more. Age no barrier. Write Duval StreetPh. s* '
The Ikey Bevan 3-bedroom home, McNESS CO., Box 2766. DeSoto HU ,3-6681, Madison Phone 752-3161 Lake City Fla. *

SON THE LAKE. Station Memphis 2; Tenn.. 7-2t-pd: C.pal' r -
Nice large shaled lots in Livings- GLASS .Marriage certificates for sale at The -

ton Spring Acres SID HELP WANTED: AT ONCE. Person GLASS HOCK Enterprise-Recorder__ office Gifts! Gifts! Gift BUSINESSMEN r r.:

I with car for Rawleigh business

It I Brqadus Willoughby in Madison Co.: Buy on time. I-MIRRORS KANSONNEW$ SEE THE, GIFTS AT advertising

See W H Cone Rt .3, Box 135' Newspaper
VALDOSTA GA.
f REALTOR ... .. Hanson H D Club met with Mrs Gordon Williams StoreMr
Phone HU 3-6481, Madison Greenville, or write immediatelyto '
Rawleigh, Dept. FAI-140-301, Registered SurveyorPhone Philip Smith Monday afternoon. can help you make

Memphis, Tenn. There were eight. 'members and one and Mrs Crill Merryday and

Sept 29 Oct 6, 20. pd HU 3-2372 visitor present. After a song, the two children of Tallahassee were as well as have
MADISON FLORIDA devotional was given on the 100th week end guests of Mrs H C Merry- money

WANTED: Share cropper for 16% Psalm by Mrs, T H Meeks. The day. .
fan in business.CailHUS6361
List your farm and city property; acres of tobacco. Phone HU JOHN W. WADS WORTH president, Mrs Bobbie 'Sue Collins ;' .

With us for nationwide advertising. 3-2374 Madison. 4-4t-pd gave a demonstration on drawer 1957 Ford Tudor 'HardTop
}
i Ito charge for listing. WANTED: part-Tune Employmentby FOR' space storage, and Mrs Eva Smith
several North Florida Junior PEST CONTROL SERVICE showed a tile coffee table she had
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Bob & Beanie Searcy / College Students. Anyone needing CALL made and also a tile planter.. The Francine Millinor has recently .

such help please call North BURKE'EXTERMINATING hostess served cookies; potato Lots of extras .'
II RT. 2, BOX 130-A been appointed to the office of Pan
FLA. Florida Junior College Business CO. chips and soft drinkS:: Hellenic of .
MADISON representative
; Kappa
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PHONE HU 3-6487 Manager or Registrar. Telephone: PHONE 29 .J PERRY FLA. .Mrs Lula Odom spent the week $1O95'HARDEE Delta sorority at FSU. .,' ,
HU 32288. end In Madison visiting her sister, -s-

-I FEMALE HELP WANTED LIVE STOCK AUCTION Mrs Idell Tuten. MOTOR CO. Mr Walter Renfroe left Tuesdayto

t If; SALEON WOMAN wHo CAN DRIVE Sell your cattle and hogs In our Misses Shirley and Becty (Davis spend some time in Miami.. ,< ..
auction each Monday. Sales start .at
If you would enjoy working 3 or 4 have returned home after a severalweeks'
PEELED CANE AND I hours a day calling regularly each'100. MONTICELLO STOCKYARD visit in Canada. '
Inc. Monticello. Fla. MadiswiGas Co. Madison Gas Ct.
I
Girl
FURNITURE Studio
of '
REED PATIO month on 'a group
Several .
be Registered Angus bulls for saleatill >from here attended the, .. '
route to
clients
Also 2-Pc children's suites manufactured Cosmetic on a funeral oT.Mr J Q Williamson Sun- -
timesr.GptAk1llN .
_
"Madison .
around
established in and : -
here. A small deposit'Will day aftelt 1\ and, Revd, F Dryden .
make d ; '
built and are willing to light < : \ "
They are ,
1Jo1dWIChristmas. adults. liveries, etc., write to STUDIO 'Monday: afternoon. Both wereuncles .. .
strong enough to support two JEWELERS of\Mrs S P,Odom*and MrsB : .
trailer GIRL COSMETICS, Dept. QW 9, '
boat and "
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18-ft LARSON .
Route will pate F Davis.Mr ., ---, ... .. "a:
California.
: Glendale ). !:':
almost HALF RRICE. -: .'._ ; ISc '
FOR THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE .J
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hour. 7- t-dJ. Smith -
to $5.00 and Mrs Carl
15%-ft LARSON speed boat andtrailer up. per and Mr ,- WIy .
=LESS than half price. ROUTE. MAN WANTED. MUST BE SILVER' CHINA, CRYSTAL 'and Mrs 'Philip Smith had' relativesfront' .::_ .: ;;:;n
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RELIABLE. AND,. AGGRESSIVE.NO DIAMONDS,.JEWELRY Jacksonville 'visiting them ii'cu" '

\U\ : Lewis "Haines LAY-OFFS; CAR AND.REFERENCES EXPERT: REPAIRING last week. 30 GALLON. KEB' :w'

NECESSARY. WRITE: MR NATIONAL :.Pine Grove WMU met with MrsE .
SETZER'S .SHOPPING CENTER.: CAMP: 659 WEST PEACHTREEST. ,,L Gurr Thursday 'afternoon with : Gas Water Heater : ;

., NE ATLANTA 8, GEORGIA. II BRIDAL. .. / .. '
; eleven- embers- and two visitors i .
Florida Black J H 7-4t-ch c .: Glass Lined, 10yrf rranty. )?
FOR SALE: rye. present. A good program was CI) '
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CALHOUN. 7-tf-ch SERVICE :.a ..' "'. "4 ..,.
WOMEN Christmas selling starts given. After the business hour, ; eQ
.. A selection of ', -: 'U $5495 -It.---- ; "
BEFORE SELLING your timber early with Avon Cosmetics good' ,the hostess served. delicious re- .. "' ,. ,,1-- lti'--f
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Sterling Holloware .
& ;
We part or full time v valuable plated freshhments. ; .
op timber land please see me. _
sales territory now available.Write by finest manufacturers .
also interested .in buying a ,
are -
OUIDA C. SWEAT..; P. O. Many gifts to' choose from x -
pine-hardwood .
of
limited amount Mrs Julia Smith Bevan of Orlando -
pulpwood delivered by truck to Box 540, Live Oak, Fla. T 303 No. Patterson and Mr and Mrs Carroll Lanceof .SO IARD}VICK.

Foley, Fla.. or loaded on R R cars. HOUSEKEEPER; prefers work in Tallahassee were guests of Mr

See. write or call GIBSON Lee area. Would consider workin VALDOSTA, GA. and' Mrs Waring "Wyche while here O Gas; Range $149.50 ::1
L. P. other location. POBox 225, \
Rt. 3, Madison Florida Lee, Florida. 7. .t.pd for the Ragans-Tuten wedding.FRATERNITY Completely installed with two ten
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 HOT MIXED ASPHALT PAVING -x- -CO 100lbgas cylinders ,.Q, .
15 dairy heifers, Holsteins.Guerri:. We pave drives parking areas, PLEDGE -, --, *
FOR SALE: Plenty of live" :fish I says Jerseys. Vaccinated dehorned,, streets, etc Top: quality. Fair Don Wayne Davis of
bait, shiners minnows, pond worms,33 months ,old to have calves ii I prices. WAINER. BROS.,, Inc, Ph pledged' SAE fraternity at the U ofF C' 151
blue wigglers crickets;; sand mag- November and December. One miJ.Er } CH 2.40x11,110 S. Fry St, Valdosta .. =
west of Dowling Park in Lafayette! Ga. Madison Gas Co. :
gots. tackle, and a good brand. of 45tfh 'Jj ;;
guaranteed fishing poles plus a county. Ji A. SIMS, R 1, Mayo. 1957 Ford F-100 .
line of Bogie baits. Swift 42735.' 7-2t-pd l Let, c= HU 3-2226 Madison, Fla.H. !p:
complete us spread your Dolomite-Hi
Rowell's Bait and Tackle CenterIs Cal-Lime and Phosphate, Prices rea Real Clean :IS R.Mrs. uno})" Dye Charles WeDs
now air-conditlnned to assureyou PECANS .;:> sonable. FOR BETTER SERVICE, .
: $795llARDFE Agnes H Young Eugene "Pat" Bute
of more lively live bait: Also CALL SUWANNEE SPREADER .
we give 24-hr service to anyone, SERVICE. Phone collect to Forest
seven days a week. We have THETHING We will again buy your pecans I 2-2560, Live Oak, Florida Day oNight. MOTOR CO. MADISON GAS CO. Madison Gas Co.

this season at top prices.- 2-4trCh
BAIT & TACKLE: We have: .
ROWELL'S -- -' ---- --
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) CENTER across from SAL Depot Plenty of Texas White Bermuda ; -

1MadiSon.. 41tfcfaFOR I onion plants. -.;i -E
Georgia red, sweet potatoes,
1\i SALE: Smith Corona Sky. $2.50 bu. .rvJ it; .

l typewriter, In I .
writer portable Bushels of fresh peas foi } ', -- '

zipper case, $49.50, cash. TheER. FREEZING or table use. r "' j. '<' '-"" .. -.

: Fresh truits and vegetables. :'L ; : ;"" YGUGET..1PALCMpetSPMIZ* > ., i

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OLD COINS OLD MONEY ,. : ". : + :-, 1" ; ; .

will purchase old coins and, t.aPermoney. : J. L Surles & SMS ." ,, >"-< .. \ ...'..,:t, .:

U S large size and Con FLA.. ?' r rs "
MADISON AT : t'ft.
federate. ..Jt ''' .,. .:, ;;. .
.. J. EDWIN WHITEP ;' :-
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O. Box '930. Tallahassee, Fla. NOKE "
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'5-3t-ch r'AJr
Have' truck coming out of 'Jacksonville / "
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>FOR SALE: Pure bred Angus bulls Contact J each I SURLES week partly at HU loaded 3-2395 ...;.. ... : -.--i': LEON :: : .
R C DICKINSON : .
all ages. $150 up. Madison Florida. 7-lt-d

HU 3-2517 5-tf chGeneral .. \ :. ,, ..; .; t
Dress making. Alterations _____ f: iFEDERAL -<
f furnished apartment for Rent '. ; $
Mending. MRS DUR-
Conveniently located. H T HO L- ,
TON. Phone, HU 3-2254 Madison WARD SMITH. Phone HU HL1A& .

5-tf-cfi: 3-6156 Madison. 5-41 SAVING! ; ;}_ :

70R RENT. Two bedroom apart .EARN WHILE YOU LEARN THE i '
furnished everything new .
,
ment '
r PRINTING TRADE. We haves I __ \
Near NFJ College. Phone HU r "
opening for one young man apprentice. 111 'Seitli MHir0i :
8-tf-dJ ( _
32540. A ,', ...
The Enterpr. COrder.. r Li& :4z -.' .
OR SALE Two-bed- \ ,
RENT
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room house and lot south side oi f NOTICE 4 ,< ?' .. ) TiL'sswflriJ, .
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Cherry Lake. Also three-b edroom '" 'I2' 4. -
house for rent on northeast side! GOOLSBY Dairy property' fn ihs
of lake. Water and'r1Shin rights Blue Springs community is posted. .. ,

:free. J 0 McDONALD, pinetta u No Hunting or Trespassing. _, ,
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: FRIDAY OCTOBER 20th 196 .::.




I I' Bolton's, SKYLARK Restaurant U. 5.1-9. Perry I ..Fla. 1' : I




THE WEST MADISON SEVENT -DAY ADVENTIST NOTICE TO CREDITORS DANGER FROM COONS SAYS, NATION'S STRENG1H; COMPLIMENTED AT

METHODIST'CHARGE CHURCH I Florida Statutes AND FOXES _.....&AJIiI.. IN MEN'S MINDSIn SUPPER i':,
Services every Saturday at Madison IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY -
.'," REV. C. B. 'DAVIS,. Pastor American Legion Hall an address Sunday morningat
JUDGE MADISON -
!V r CHERRY LAKE CHURCH ?' Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.COUNTY. The, :Madison County Health Department the First Baptist church observance -

':. FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Church Service at 3 p. in. En[ re :Estate of Harry L Milford. reports that this past Sunday of Laymen's Day,, State Mr and, Mrs Randall H Rowe Jr

; Sunday School .... 10:00 A. M. E. C. WILLIS S. S. Supt. Deceased.TO morning, October 8, _a coon Senator Scott Kelly of Lakeland complimented Mr and Mrs T J

: :Worship Service 7:30 P. M. HAROLD YATES, Pastor Telephone ALL ,CREDITORS ,AND PER- entered the yard and viciously attacked said that the strength of the nation Beggs HI Saturday evening at a

SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS HU 36517. SONS HAVING CLAIMS' OR DE- two dogs oflr Johnnie lies in men's minds. His subject was supper party in the patio at the
Tuten, who lives in the '
Moseley
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Everyone Welcome! MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: the Christian's Place in Governmentand Carroll Blalock-home. ,

Worship Service, _.,-_ 11:00 A. M. You and each of you are hereby Hall and sent vicinity.to the The State coon Poard was shot of he urged that the nation be: a Thirty guests enjoyed th"love,

Family Night, Friday before First MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST :notified and, required to present any Health Laboratory where it was Christian one and have strength in ly affair. -

.' Sunday each month at -7:30 P.,.M. 701 South Range claims and demands which you, or examined and found to 'be rabid.It God. Christ died for us,' he said, and A delicious picnic supper was
1 either of the
have
you may against
Bible _
Thomas Surles, Church School Supt. Sunday Lord's Supper Study and 10:00.A. -M. I estate of Harry L Milford deceased is believed that rabies is now we should witness for God.Carroll served after which the evening was

I ROCKY SPRINGS CHURCH Edification 11:00 A. M. late of said ,County, to the widely distributed, and expected to Lamb of Jacksonville accompanied spent informally. Assisting in entertaining -

FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS I Sunday Evening Service 7:00 P.,M. County Judge of Madison County, increase' rapidly the following by iiis sister Janice, gavea were Mrs Carroll: Blalock
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Sunday School _____ 10:00 A. M. Wednesday Evening Florida, at his office In the court months within the large coon and solo, Have I Done My Best For Mrs T J Beggs Jr and Mrs W I

Worship Service 11:00 A. M. Services __;,......,._._... 8:00 P. M. house of said County at Madison, fox population throughout the coun Jesus Davis. -
ty. Several cases of rabies in.c Florida within six calendar
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS The <,Men's Chorus served as the
,' months from the time of the first have been found in neighboring COUNTER TOPS ''I
Worship Service ----.:.. 9:30 A. M. WELCOME TO publication i of this notice. Each Jefferson County in the past few choir.

Sunday School _____ 10:30 A. M. NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH claim or demand shall be in writ- months as well as in other parts of Both Messrs 'Kelly and Lamb are G-E APPLIANCES

Family Night Friday after Second Come Worship With Us ing, and shall state the place' of the state. Within our 'own. county natives, of Madison county, and the KITCHEN CABINETS

Sunday each month at _7:00 P. M. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. residence and .post office address a.,fox believed to be raljid'was' shot meeting:had some touches of a re ;

:': P. K. Rowell, Church School Supt. Morning Worship 11:00 A. :M. of the claimant, and shall-- be swornto one morning last week in a cattle union. Many of Senator Kelly tlYr.1

Claud ]Duval Charge Lay Leader Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. by the claimant his agent or pasture two miles south of Lee. relatives; were present and occupied
Evening Worship _, 7:30 P. M. attorney, and any such claim or The State Board of Health and front seats. ? NWAI it i ixr. F
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. demand 'not so filed ,shall be void. ,the Madison County Health Department I

.'"rV r SHILOH_ CHURCH Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. REBECCA JEAN MILFORD, urge people in the rural

FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Philip Howell .... ..._._... S. S. Supt: As Administratrix of the Estateof areas throughout the county to have

Worship Service 9:30 A. M. Marvin Bass B. T. U.' Director I Harry L Milford, deceased. their dogs and'cats immediately

Sundav School 10:30: A. M. REV. ELDRIDGE .LYONS/Pastor :First publication. 9-29, 1961. vaccinated as a protective measure;
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.SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS, 5-4t-pd against rabies in coons and foxes,' .CS xty
LEE METHODIST CIRCUIT .
in larger populationareas
Sundav School 10-00 A. M. CIRCLES MEET People our '
Lee' and Hickory Grove Churches ,should also have their animals
:Worihto Service :7:30 P. M REV. L. E. DENSLOW Pastor j Mrs A H Armstrong was hostessto vaccinated and show ,caution against
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Family NI ht. Friday after'Fl1'l' AT LEE the Presbyterian Circle \ No 2 stray dogs; and cats. Experience has r .t

Rim: v each month at 7:30 P. M :Morning. Worship Monday afternoon. Ten members shown that even one loose :rabid \
,, ChurCh' School 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. other KA--
Herbert, Brooks i attended. Mrs George Gandy presided animal can expose several .
l1nt. 2nd end 4th Sundays '9:00 a. m. when the new year books animals and thus produce a chain ;

I Wl1eBlair.., Church Lay Leader Evening Service :were explained and plans for year's reaction of exposure and rabies
1st and 3rd Sundays $:00 p. m. '
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within short of
work discussed., .Mrs M Bunting was cases a span lime.
1AAT1TCnN: t'RURCH! 0' COT Sunday School DONALD EADS, SanitarincONSERVATIOI
anav en11nn1! ? 1n-nn A. M Every. Sunday _____ 10:00: a., on :moderator of the Bible study from I 'ffi
!the book of James and Mrs W T .
Youth Fellowship
Vn"t" 'Sc+ +eb wPdn"esdav R.n.O n.rrT "' -

Q...;-nln 'Un-I- '7.0 TP" Every Sunday _, 7.00 p. m. :Hollingsworth gave the program on

Morns" UTnrchtn '1nn a. m BOBBY WILLIAMS, :Stewardship. The hostess served ,, a

REV R M LONG. Pastor: church School SuperintendentAT ice cream and cake at the close of -

HICKORY GROVE the meeting.Mrs By L. C. Bruner ::' ;y

TFTrWAwq wrTTFeCt'C::: Morning Worship Jack Wade entertained: cir- (Son Conservation Service!) --
,2nd and 4th 11:30
Sundays a. m. A
of 138 N. ::: P"A- HU 3-635S : Service cle No..3 and cohduCted the busi- Voters of the Madison Soil Con.servation -
Tr Evening session when the year's work District will go to the
: : 2nd and '4th 8:00 :ness ,
'., JUl.1 't11f1v, : Wednecrlav .7.1f1 'P. 'M'A'A School 'Sundays p. m 'was planned. The Bible study :from poHs ,October 17 to eject four Super Savings-Money
Sunday
visors. The three high men of., this
M-ftnCl' 7..U'P.. "M
1''' 'lAV the book of James was presentedby
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1030
a
Every Sunday nt
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1UtI-f+v cehr.1-. P =A.v R-.30 P. M ; T Gibson and Mrs L group will serve for four years; t when need it i I ; .'
; = Youth,!_Fellowship; .*' Airs C "T with the ,low ;man .serving the un : you :
!5t rtvSimitiiv *
Watcl1toWet'-.Blh1A, JSvery c Sunday_____. 7:00 p. ,m. Fraleigh gave a talk. on Stewardship the Lewis Gas-
expired term,of late
'7:30: P. M What does
.
thriftmean
Mid-Week Prayer Service to your More ;., _
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.Kingdom SeeJc*-* W..1""mA. .t : r .ton.Candidates :i.\ savings And savings mean-more
Every Wednesday 8:30 p. m The hostess served donut cake, qualifying 'for'th t" :'
No Collection Taken.CHERRY JULIAN ANDREWS, money for what you need, when
cream and salted nuts during office- of supervisors .
ice are: T 1
Church School SuperintendentFIRST you need it, plus money for all your
: the social hour.Thirteen ,Buchanan, Joe; Burnett, Carl WJr
LARK BAPTIST :R very special dreams. Thrift Week ,.
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i CHURCH BAPTIST CHUHCH members and one visitor ; Hinton,,Van;, Lawton, Robert S; I ::::' and every week, save here save ,

'."pachin' Service* vpnr ,m4ay' attended.Mr Mugge,._Eugene;,_Rains, Blalock. iif\:<,., consistently save successfully. ..

:unn t na <3..rvf 11-nn A. M. Pinetta, Florida Several top quality refrigerators \ '
Mrs J C Clyatthave returned Bank of Greenville
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'i :-Evening. Service, 7:30 P. M. PAUL A. TRAVIS, PastorSunday and used ;
ranges, only a > :j"
1ndAv; FWiool every Sunday at Bible School 10:00 a.m. from a week's visit with Mr I '
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".'.,f1:AA A. M.Ev '. .r.r, "i 4 S. ;S. Supt Mr. G. C. Buchanan and 'Mrs Raymond Clyatt in Atta- few ,months, at :a good discount' I J' :. ,:' ,

;;:BTU v Sundav at <**1S! P. M. !Morning Worship _. 11KJO a. m. pulgus Ga. HOWERTON SUPPLY: CO.: l ><:.,<{:,..':.'x' .;y .M":,::':,.,,::. "{ : i- ? .'.

Pavpr Mating .every Wednesday Training Union ,......... 7:00- p. m. '
."&t-7:30 P. M. Director M. T. C. Morris ;'

titut Evening Service 8:00'p.. m.
i *Brotherh Thursday even;
I .n.mth ..t 7-0:>> P, U. .. : Hour of Power Wed. 8:0G'p.'m. .
Ever"bn' v W"'mMIIJ. ,\ Choir ''Practice. Wed. 9:00 p.m. Now4ml New World of Worth from Chevrolet '. :}

3:00 ,, .
R.A.'s meet Saturday m.
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R. COLLINS, Pastor p. : I .
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welcome
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Everyone
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PINE' GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH The only thing missing in our '... > ';
ch rch- Is :((U). f

_, ,Preaching every *Sunday :: : 'H \ ..;.:: I : '; ,u! d; .,:
Sunday School 10OQ A. M. FIRST'BAITIST CHURCH- ::, :ft., : : : ,;:

Morning Worship _-_: UOO': A. M. GREENVILLE, FLA. :

Sunday Evening BTU fi:30 P. M. Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
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Evening Services 7:30.P. M. Homing Worship 11:00 A. M. ,..

PrttVP1- MeetingNWeda* v Baptist:Training Course ij:45.P!, M. ..i. ....... ;, i ,A } .
Evenine _. '7:00 P. M. Evening :Worship 7:30 P. M. .'. ',
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W B SEALS. 5? S Superintendent Prayer :Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. \ I

:J ARTHUR CRUCE. Training Union ;;
MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST _ 1':1
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Director. ___ !
CHURCH ""
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ERNEST: ; GURR. Mlnt.teWELCOMFTO '::t>;J, e.. .. >ti
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Pastor Levaughn Middleton '-:

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Chairman of Board of Deacons '
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Sunday School 10:00 A. 'W a Mr S R Sapp h F

Morning Worship .:..::. J*':0 A. M. Training Union Director ".\.1 "
Training Union J:30 P. M lt Sidney R, Moon f" { New Chevrolet Impala Sport Covpt I" r

Evening Worship .,-...--.? 7:30 P. M. Associate Director ,Mrs Kelly Bailey 1 tl 'I r'.,:

Praver Meeting 7:30 P. M Sunday, School Supt., 't'9" .
Church Business-,Meeting- -First ,__? Mr ,Hayward,.-Andrews \ f-f l.. "IftWiat !/Of! want ,Hasn't this one got it, though! Fourteen lovely! lives : :

Wednesday night of each month. Pianist Miss Patricia Moon ) model to choose from, with your tuck of an economical or ;! '; '

Brotherhood and WJ.LU. Second Song Leader ___ Mr Leroy Cruce 62 your special favorite of five vigoroUB" -V8'. (right up to-s --

Thursday night of each month. Sunday School _;-- 10:00 a. m. e cLJJ JWJlOLET" ,409-hp powerhouse )' For putting that power to orkfust' I

,. Preaching services every JSunday Morning Worship -;_ n.a.. .. m. -, fi ,' the way you want it, there are four transmissions. ,
i Come Worship 'With Us. .1aJning.Umon": "- 7OQ) p. m. ", More Plenty. You've got Jet-mnootb ride, Body by "
: l' : Steprfghf" nd
.. .J reel 'fe.c! mforta.ble. car,Ian t ii
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,{' HEV, DOZIER SAPP.' Pastor, Prayer Evening'Meeting Worship.. 7:30"p1n.8:00' ,p. ,,j ;.- ... ;r j'n,_. A car. with Jet-aa1eet6: ;: ride: :..o.-l e a new cboice....'v8'' power.., umer.s Fisher csaftamanahrp for all engines.] and Iw1dy; helpers like longer' lived : '_ I

: CHURCH The Lord; The rather and His loBgerlVe besatj(front feeders hare steel underskirts to he'r :
'BAPTIST
,HOPEWELL
School 10:00 A. M. family Bids" ; Welcomes each of you I featf off rasUsteaes* ),.For %,here's more IUD ever to Bee. 'itching: to tick it off for you firsthand.optional Iw
Sunday '
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to come and Worship :with us: .texttaCOlt. ,
Morning Worship 1L.11:00, A. 11. It_ a .
whether be whetheryou J.
;you poor or
Union 650 P. M. '.
Baptistt Training .,
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be rich, "makes no difference --'S.- .. :- "-;- c'
M.M'dweek .
7:30 P.
Evening Worship r
He welcomes you to come and eat \ ., f.
Prayer Service 7:30..P."K. .' ", .
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Youth 'Service' 8 P. M.' Wednesday.V. His Sp&tual' food"with us: alL ,..- :... NEW CHEW :

L SINGLETARY S. S.:Supt ,,* NEW' HOPEFUL -- .
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i'J.. L. WYNN. B. T. U. Director MISSIONARY BAPTIST : CHURCH 3 r 1I
REV. W G DeSHAZO. Pastor F, Services, every first. and third t Sensibility at itt Sunday.best in a totally new line of can!

i :Jt&days, at,11 a. nx, and 8:00: p. m. ;
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LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday .school.ever 10:00 : >: Here's sturdy simplicity to save money >in service

REV. I. T.'CARTER Pastor ; Sunday. ....... of and maintenance. Uncompromising economy (your .
a.m.pt.y
Services every Sunday w choice of a 4or 6-cylinder engine in most models). -
Meeting Wed. 7:00 p. m., Steadfast Chevrolet
dependability. Body by Fisher
Sunday School _____ '10:00 A.M,
Training Union every 'Sunday 7:00, .. crafhmu.n. tp. Engineering advances like the Mono
Morning Worship 11:00, A -M.i :P: inn 'S,- i Plate rear springs to eliminate the squeaking and
,.:: Training Union 7:00 P. _Ml REV. W. T. RYCROFT, Pastor l friction of multi-leaf springs. Nine new-size models ?
', Evening Worship 8:00 P M.: in all including the soon-to-be-available hardtop, .

f'.,.-. Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M I .' New Chen 11.900\-Dr.Sedan convertible and wagons) with roominess to spare. ,

'Eari 4 More details Your dealer's loaded with 'emv -'
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CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF i On Your Savings At ; .- : -

.. i1b LATTER DAY SAINTS: 1 ; ',. ,

Sunday Sacrament School Meeting_ lT00 1100( ;;; a.a. m.m. FfrStFederalSAVINGS : --'1;Seethe ;'Chevrolet.. the new Chevy II and '62 Corrmr. .. at;your local,authorized Chevrolet t fJ.ler'sANHYMOTO'R ,

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Relief Society and Priesthood time I & LOAN -. .,, : :

end place as announced at Sacrament '

Ueetlne. ASSOCIATION ::.. COMPANY i
ALL SERVICES AT AMERICANI m' Dixie-Taylor' Hotel 'Bldg. -, -( :

LEGION HALL PERRY, FLA. .. -

E. R. CARRYL. Branch ,Press : HU-3.2293.
112 W. MXimHT MADIfON FiCHUOA ;
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THE ;ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20th, 1961u


1 With Ike Jayceet: '1W Ford, .Pkkup A-l ,Mrs MRS J R J Sealey R SEALEY;age--ro.: PASSES?'widow-of 'Thursday: ,'Closing, '. .' For hIelCallliJ3O1'Oil

the late ;f 'R Sealey, passed away -' -

By ,RONNY-: BROWN' ; .-.de ; Saturday -afternoon at' the Tallahassee Beginning Thursday, Oct. 26, .. ". .'
,: hospital after a"brief- Illness. ..
The :Madison. Junior Chamber _of -" WILLIAMS ANDREWS, .nIG.
If: Mrs Beulah A Jarvis Sealey was J.R.'DAVISCCIRCUIT
Commerce' last .Friday $I' : :
met at :noon : !.N' the daughter' of the late Mr. ,and will ',close on Thursdays at 1:00 -:

at McNeil's Restaurant. President Mrs George W Jarvis'and a nativeof :p. ua.On. '
Charlie Quick presided HffiDEE) MOTa() ( : .
hourS COURTfled
Madison County.,.She -was ,a life ; other days business, -
Red Cason reported on.the, latest '
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progress of the upcoming Jaycee long, resident pf :the county until wl' be:from '8'a. m. to"5 p. m.

HANSON NEWS. I she moved ten years, ago to live inthe advt) ',
Turkey Shoot. The money raising : ;.._., ..( Porter was, found guilty
Rowe hlei home of hejf .T H. Sealey, <-' .r< "
,event is scheduled, for November The Bertie Circle of son last Thursday of conspiracy and
: 'met Sr in Tallahassee:, She'vas 'a member 1'[ .
Grove '
15th. .Baptist Church ; Thurs : 'LANj. CftALS following' overruling Monday of a

Richard' Brockman urged mem- day night, October 12. The meetingwas of Concord Baptist Church --- : : : motion for a new trial, was sent-
bers to begin selling tickets for held in the Educational Building '_Survivors are' four daughters, ': J" I enced to three years in state prison. -
Mrs F C BullaroV;: Atlanta Mrs Lee_ Roberts and wife' to '
the Shotgun Raffle.' The shotgunis with Mrs Lorene :Newsome as ; : Walter Supersedeasbond waS set at .
being given away in hostess. There were- nine -members .:Mae Caudle .and Mrs Jewell Tyree .George B, Miller and, wife Lots :$2500.00. -, -. -
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program
designed to raise money; to pay for and two visitors' present. :Mrs Glen- of Baltimore; and Mrs 'Carter: : A: :86, 87. 88 and 89, and. part of Ixrt R C Arnold withdrew-his plea of
Glass of Columbus, ,Ga;, three sons, :54, Cherry Lake ,Farms' Project.
dyle Littleton was in to
the new Press Box at Lanier Field( charge. of theprogram. not guilty to assault with intent
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Tn. Sealey of Tallahassee, G H t>f Sellers to have of land :except '
use ,
The Doorrstep. ,
Ben Pfeil,, said the press _box is almost World. on Our commit murder and entered a plea
complete now and be announced ..It was a veryintereSting program :Jacksonville and J R- Sealey: of house( ,site .until end, of crop year of guilty to aggravated assault.
,' Baltimore eight' graitdchildreri'and 1962.without payment ot any rent. "-
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there was a work arty: dealingwith the :Study. of in- Placed on probation for three
scheduled for last Monday night, ternational 'students :and'th.eir. problems. Jiost of other relatives and.friends. Quincy !Thomas and wife to El- years* ordered to pay victim's hos

October 16th. Our chairman, Mrs Thomasina Funeral services -were held Monday zie .Rogers 'and wife four acres in pital bill in amount of $300.00, and
Oliver led October 16th, in the Concord NW.H of SEA, Sec 3, Tp 2 S, '
Buddy :McWilliams reported. that in our',business meeting. instructed to'pay costs of these Proceed
The hostess Baptist! Church, conducted by Rev R 10 E. -
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the movie,on "Fan 'Out" will be served delicious refreshments 1gs.
presented by 'the Navy: Recruiter of sandwiches,' ,potato James S Underwood, Jr," pastor of Levi L, Day and wife to Alice Sentences pronounced. "as follows:

Friday October 20fr h.' chips, cookies and- drinks., Perry. ." Holahaiv: part of Eft. of. .SWH' I Emmett Solomon,,, breaking and

Robert Andrews, speaking for Rev and' Mrs E L Gurr:--and ,family The music, What a Friend We Sec 21, Tp 1 N, R 'T E. .entering two years in $state prison.

the Madison County Development spent from Thursday: 'until: Saturday Have In :Jesus and Abide With Me, Charlie "0 Roberts and wife, '129acres Lige Webb, conspiracy. /two years
a duet, sung by Ronnie Williams in Sec 32,Tp 1 Nc-"R a E.I I -
Committee, said the color brochureon with their parents, Mr'and; in! state prison .
the _county is awaiting the completion Mrs E R Barnes; at Americus,. Ga and Mrs Vernon" Ragans who accompanied Charlie, =0 Roberts: -and wife" to -,, DC,Williams, conspiracy, two
of the indusb.ial.: brochure.A and Mr and Mrs Roy Holman at with: the piano. interment Louvnia H Haines, 21. acres -in years in state prison '

board, meeting'scheduled for 'Leslie,__ 'GadSeveral was in Concord cemetery; T'. J SWU of SE#. Sec- 32 r,> Tp 1_ N. .I C Robinson, breaking and entering

,last, Tuesday night was announcedby ,from here' attended theassociation Beggs Funeral Home in charge. RE. _, ,.placed on probation for five
I i Pallbearers. were all nephews: 'Nome Malone and husband ,-to
ot
President Quick. at Lee Thursday evening. I' : years and ordered to pay costs
A letter was read, by Charlie and ,Brewer Lake Friday evening.We :Howard Surles, Claude King Edgar Ben :S Brandon and wife, SW&. of these proceedings.. -

Quick which, suggested that the only, are glad to have Mr and Mrs i King, ,Hazel Horne, Audley Jarvis, SWLSec20Tp.2SRUE;; 40 Herman Lee Griffin withdrew

answer to world problems is 'religion. James Driggers and .family move i Willie Glen Pinson, Eustace, Djuval, acres plea of, not guilty and entered plea

The Jaycees approved a'plan into our community. laCk Jarvis, Frank Sutton and Cas- Heirs, of Alice Eudora, Jarvis 'and of guilty to breaking and entering.

to send this letter .to, President Mr and Mrs- Philip Smith. and i I tel Jarvis Wilson Jarvis' to
Kennedy: in, the name of the .Madison family had visiting them Sunday, Honorary: JJ; "Surles, GeoBur- of Sees 30 and :31, Tp 3 N R 8 E,, years. At this tune, bond estreatureof

. Club their grandmother, Mrs ,Dan, Blan- nett; 'Sr, Sam Sale, Will, Cason J J aM'Blk,1 and Lot. 1-of' Elk ,27, defendant was set aside.

ton, Mr Will Blanton and Mr and Sale Sr, M E Hendry, W H Register Town of. Lovett. T Eugene. Edwards, breaking and

Mrs, ;Lee McGuire and daughter, Scott Wimberly, ,J B Stewart Joseph Proctor to ,Modern Homes entering., Placed on probation for

cthD.iTIiKs, Sherry of Greenville, :Mr; and Mrs Kinch Waldrep, Burton O'Neal and Construction, Co; .five acres, in ,SW%-,' five years upon recommendation: of
1 Willie O'Neal, Reno Norris John 28 2 N 'R 9 E.Bussell ; .
Tucker Blanton and two children of SWtf Sec Tp State Attorney'; .

of Tampa, Mr and Mrs Hudson: Wilson, Alton King' Albert Waldrepand F Vann ,and. Kathleen V '

We wish to ,express. ',our. ,heartfelt : Rowe and daughter of Madison and Elzie King Sherrard, to John W Vann, their :

thanks to-all our_TeJatives and Mr and Mrs Eugene 'Kewsome. 'and undivided interest in JW% ,of c County Court
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friends for the many:,deeds: of kindness family. DIRECTOR tO SPEAK HERE SWU, Sec 8, Tp-1 NrR 9 E. ,40 ------ '

and words 'of' sympathy' extended Rev ,A M Rowe spent the, week acres. ". f William G Brauer; worthless

':us- at the tbae of the death end in Moultrie with his sister Mrs James Bowling of Ft fierce: 'Bessie. Wilder-to*J t. Sullivan, II check. $15,or thirty days. on. each
of our loved 'one"Rev James .F Dry- J G ,Gerald executive director of the Florida ;All:north 'of 'county public' road' of ot two counts. > "

den. We also ,appreciate the gifts of Mr and Mrs ,B F Davis ,were! Council for Retarded_ ..Children, will SEUof. NESS, Sec 18,- Tp 1-S, R 7 Betty Woodhouse, driving without -

food and the beautiful 'flowers.' visiting their: son-in-lawYan4'
May_ God:'bless. ... q..au.6, "'.-1 ,,,.14j sad. Mrs Delbert ;Williarason -, ARC .at- the' Agricultural Center at i! Ruby 'Bradley. and: husband; 'to presented valid., drive's
MRS' J F T>RYDEN,,. ;> ,and- two children in: Eau:: '" Gallic, .7.:3Q p m Thursday>"Oct'26& Al :Napoleon Williams.50 ..ft x 100( ft licensev. "

.-; and, Family _? _" this past. 'week, end. are. .invited io: come"and'hear him,, i in SWU of NEH,-,Sec, 29, Tp-1 N. David Ward, ,hunting, without license -

:. Don't_ forget Sunday Oct 22 is Taylor county' having' heard ,ofwhat 1&7 E.. sentenceVithhed.." ,, .
Day 'Grove Madison county Is, ,doing in hunting ;without
HAS SURGERY Home Coming at Pine: Donald Ward
the mentally retarded field, is ask-
Church, We a wonderful '- withheld.
Baptist -
expect license sentence
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: ing Madison county officers to dis, MADISON: CO_ H
M C Wooley- Jr- of Valdosta, son day together. Dinner. will beServed .with them plans to form'a unit -... Lafayette Kelley, improper." start
of Mr and MrS--M"'C' Wooley :of at the noon hour:, also' :revival cuss there. .The{Madison ,Co' Council of :H' D from: a parked position, sentence-
Cherry Lake, under went surgery in meeting will begin Monday ', withheld. '
Pineview hospital Wed lesday morning night;, Oct 23. Dr James..Rogers will. Aim of the local chapter to met Oct 13 at. ,the Ag Center, Charlie Jones, drwnk1enLnezsor $25
and Mrs
from which .,he is recovering guest establish ,more classrooms for the Marie Thigpen presided '. ,
be the speaker very thirty days .. -
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retarded such as have Jean McCollough gave the. ;devotional. -
satisfactorily. ; mentally driving Awhile in;
welcome.-: Sturm, ,
:: :). T : been 'established in Greenville, -and .' Mrs, A Hemphfll: closed: with Harold orXt .days, and
r'oc'' :' 2 toxicated. $100 \ ) .
',- workshops for the_ older ,groups -
prayer
SI.ES- three
WHEELER 'HOME .SOLD FATHER. driver's license revoked for.
: .___ #*-* with better opportunity to learn. Mrs Thigpen welcomed the group! -
Studstill 'Local school officials are wholeheartedly and expressed her thanks for confidence -' months.
Broadus WOIoughby, :realtor, announces David E 74, father of!
David E'Studstill Madison died. supporting the movement in her
of GOODMAN PASSES
the sale of the Graham i ,MRS BESSIE
in the hospital at Lakeland, Ga, here and organizations are Interested .Business of the day was electionof -
Wheeler house in Lakeside Terraceto -
Monday night following brief ill; slate of
officers. The following Goodman 84 of
age
Bessie
Mr d,1trfrS Henry A, StallingsJr :. MrS.
ness. President Interested ,elected_: Pres Marie
Kennedy very officers was in the
night
who plan to move into 'their new Besides the ,son here ,he is survived SirmanS, died Monday
family JSvsn Smith
His ;;
in the program. Thigpen: V pres Mrs at Live
home about the middle of Novem.. by his wife, one daughter,, .Annie Suwannee County Hospital
foundation: for research Shirley Craft n' Treas at the
ber. three, grandchildren three brothers, has established a Sec Oak. She had been redding
: In' the field. ,. MeCluae; Council 'delegate :Mrs J Home.
and a number of niecesand'nephe*, Dowling Park Nursing -
Funeral; services were,held.-:Wednesday H ,Dallas. ;, Alternate delegate, Mrs Goodman was -a longtimeresident

MADISON: CO ARC afternoon in.the. "Old Unionchurch C!LEBMTE. 'BIRTHDAYS Aubie Sbirey. of Madison County, daughter -
near Lakeland. Reports of State H D Council late Mr and Mrs Zack
The Madison" Co ARC will meet .- .:_.:._.. Mr and, Mrs Julian 'Bentley Hose-

Oct 26th at. ...,TiSO at. the Ag Center: James Sale J P
Executive: Director L __ James.. -_Bowling. : Fri' left Wednesday morning: Mrs T''P' McLeod Jr. of--:Greea- pen, and' Shirley Crafton. Icy of Sirmans Baptist church.
of Florida CeuoeH for Retarded j .for South Dakota,, 'wfeere.they _will ville were visitors 'in Ga .Mrs-Crafton brought to the groupinforrnaUon member her in death
children will 'beSpeaker for the I[engage in pheasant shooting' and. and Keuka during the 'weekend. Mr on the activities of Her husband preceded
evening and will-'''b iog.1 information!i places en route < of! Association for 'Retarded by several' years.Survivors '
I and Mrs, 'JJenU Y'were guests Ma are :
on how :Madison ARC can, serve,the Bute in ,Gaines- and the special .education -
Leslie Children
Mrs
OAK ,HILL, NOTES. I.Mr and Porter of !.Iobi1e'three sons
Earl
intellectually handicapped in the with Mrs .
Saturday Mrs Bentley class at Greenville,
wine! and on Goodman of Whittier; California
county and news' of what ,other Mr and Mrs Ruseel-- -Singletary :was honoree at A birthday '* dinner France* Collins as teacher. She Eddie- Zack Goodman of_. Indian-
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ARCs over the _state are doing.' the Buies. A deliciousmenu i told of wonderful cooperation received of
and Mr and .,Mrs H.:L Permlagton given by .and Lawrence Goodman
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All members -te Jed to attend '; Griffin, Dr Oscar apolis
are re short was served with dessert of .from Supt ,
and Doris grand-children
daughter spent
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and the pi b11Ocort i ally in a. : Mr Wiley Sirmoa in work Jacksonville; seven,
i while Sunday with Mrs Cecil Craf1 birthday cake and ice cream Mrs Beck and grand-children, and a
great
vited. There will be: retrments. ton. .. ,' Bentley was presented with an.. oil. of ,organization 'and what had the. half-sister three at Bartowt Fla." .

Mr 'and.Mrs. R .L Craftoa .aad Mr portrait of her granddaughter Mme,, -and friends group ac-, Funeral services' wereheld Wednesday

OLD LANDMARK GOING: .Cecil Craf ton were visitors in Mayo by the .Bides. '}[r and Mrs-Sale aDd', J4I piMiied. with 'their .help. .She ? Oct 18th, at Sirmans, Baptist -

Sunday. of Mrs Qenge2Craftoa andRev 'Mrs: McLeod were: guests :of Mj then told' of need for B&emkers and, Q, ttch. Rev Ira Blair, pastor

Work began' : this week oa tearing and Mrs A ,M' Parker, '1 j r Sale's' sister Mrs M E -,Leorda te awe Me" ?s. Rev Pomeroy ..Carter of Christian

down the. Ssatot freight aad ,BREAKS) COLLAR: BONC: J[ and on Sunday;the' BenUeys;r Mir: R th' Reams' ot Greenville i and Home: at Dowling Park

passenger stations "at; 'the .:loot of :"Harrjr Craf ton,, sea of it L Craf- Buses and Mr Sale's sister-MnTl. L. brou t: & first: h id report' on the i officiated.Advent Interment waS in Friendship -

Range and Horry :atrxtg,. ad a west to'Keuka l _. aad Mte Colics' work with i
tea, had ibe: :misfortune, ef breaking Knight, of Gainesville- cemetery with T J Beggs
new modern station-will' be: JUt ttp hk collar'base test Tuesday: 'However where Mr Sale: celebrated WI t the*. Hone in charge.

about the middle oi'tJii'wOck.< < .he is wearing a: ,trace and. ,Js birthday anniversary. They :were The grov p voted:to' became an as. Funeral Pallbearers were*, Joe-_ Hudson,
The long freight plum Is btteg awe ,attend =scbooL by J D Burnett and I s eiftie :gMBofecr ,of-the organization I HomerBailey
to joined Mrs tc. Sidney .Sevor, John _Sever;' .....
taken down for Webb :
first
artfce W Mrs Wilt
and Cous&eaa of : Keuka and sad "
Mrs; A..J Tear, Bill Clem- -
station is built the two.*_:stations. 'M iii 1i8t ot seeds and seehapepy i Maynor, : .
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Dr J' A Davis: ww M er ..treatment the day. t<"ini | eats and Levy Goodssan.-
1Will be razed. t *:; ; club [' $ in theemiatjr
_- at ttielor ': tIa1s to,, eta pre! _, !
:14AS: ,*AY:' 'Tbe Hamrock elsA.:reportecnwk I.
fettS.1ic cow
*a arm 1+ : Betters
T f.as(
F Fuel O _f:> wU' the remit of ,we t.. -"' : -:, rerting' mate:far the ,clas _

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'. 1 ,of' Mrs J H :Cam1 uiifliiiyii surgery and:O.k, Hill reported tHey wen

J ;Cd1I1J3-66ft, ..'hte arm that. ooearred. when. the Mowky in Piwevww- : :ihoaptUl l J 'f'1.ee'. -.. .-.' OHmr- c 1uIM fetal( l LPGas

irl ir to. vaeeijomped She, 'reported jvewerfeg sctfe .tfend. te wp. a g nentednM
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I. JJJAVlli : ..._ agato* .Mm, etI8IiIIc' factorUy,., friendk- Witt' W.. _'glad- fc'. U i, ,artjMiraad for- 3e ';C JR

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