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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 27, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
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PUBLISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL. AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA -

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: VOL. LXI- No. 9 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, ocroBER 27th- 1961 _Madison, Florida_ Price ]QC Yearly Subscription $3.75;. Delayed Renewals $4.+! 0


The Clean-Up Campaign LEE NEWS NOTES CHERRY: LAKE NEWS Long Time Citizen U
r ] JJ PTA r Ij OAK I HILL NEWSPinetta HOSPITAL NEWS


Dad's night for Cherry Lake PTA I'1 PassesG '\ Admissions: Mrs Nettie Williams.
Mis
Madison Florida Robert Evans and son with PTA met Oct 19 in the '
opened Thursday evening a R E Adams
L F Kelly, Mrs Sue ". :_
:
October 23rd 1961 Davey visited Rev and Mrs A W at the school library for the : ..
covered dish supper E Thomas, Sr; age 80, a long- regular ,meeting. Wiatt, Walter Davenport Mrs Thel-
Dear Citizens of Madison: Tampling and family of Opp Ala- lunchroom with good attendance. time resident of Madison died Friday Business acted upOn was the
]ma Jean
The Madison Garden Club is bama the past week end Mrs Devotional by Mrs ,Robert Jenk- afternoon in the' Madison ;adoption of Future Teachers 'of'Mrs Jo. Ann Hunter, Kater Burns, ,"

sponsoring a Cleari-up Campaignall 'Thomas Moore and children accom- ins and reports by :Mrs Thomas I County Memorial hospital. following .America as Auxiliary to PTA & included 'britton, 'Mrs Green Jeanette, Mrs Willie AL.

during this month. You have panied them and visited Mr Moore's Surles. a stroke. financial support pf $25 dur- Williams, "
been hearing about this over the parents, Mr and Mrs Dewey C Plans :were formulated for' the Mr Thomas was a member .of ing the year. Also funds were :Marcus Cherry, :Mrs Ada Helms G

radio. and through the Enterprise- Moore of Andalusia, Ala.RECEPTION. Halloween Carnival Tuesday,' night the First Baptist church of Madisonand allocated for much needed lunchroom W Wiggins- Mrs Harriet Wiggins,

Recorder. You have heard about it Oct: 31st at the school. It was votedto F & A M Lodge 11. needs and a towel shower 'Alvin Drigg rs, Max Walker, Mrs

from the Garden Club friends and A very pretty social affair of serve: a chicken pilau supper at Survivors are two sons, G E planned for .school kitchen. Infor- Barbara Thomas, Horace Het ci r- .
6 pm in the lunchroom. The Carni- Thomas Madison and Sgt 1/c son ,Mrs Beulah Day and Sharon .
'through the Civic Clubs. It is our the season was an informal re- vat of amusements to follow in the Bob Thomas, of the US'Air Forceat mation was given about the progress Morgan. .

belief that every citizen of.,Madison ception last Wednesday evening at auditorium at 7 pm. Building of the Ft Hood, Texas; one sister, Mrs and goals of Madison Co Association
Discharges: Mrs Rosie
would like to have Madison known the home of Miss Vesta Blantonin booths Saturday by men ,Oct. 28, Edna Drawdy of Madison, one for Retarded Children and Leggettand

as one 'of the cleanest and most honor of her nephew and recent decoration committee to decorate brother, Burton Thomas of Jacksonville the PTA voted to become associate baby girl. Mrs Ina Webb, Fen- :,

attractive cities in North, ,Florida. bride, Mr and Mrs Ellis M Blantonof Tuesday 31st seven grandchildren and 'a members of the Madison Co ARC. ton Webb, Mrs Marie ParK, Mrs

"Many people all over town are Miami.A Mr and Mrs R L Crafton spokeon number of other 1 relatives and President Shirley Crafton appointedan ( Annie Gossman, Walter Gossman,

:falling in line with, this project. number of .friends called during help; to retarded children'and friends.. Exceptional': Child Committee Leonard Thurman, Jim Tuten :Mrs

They are picking up their hoes and the evening,..Miss Blanton was told of the meeting in the Agricul Funeral services' were conducted composed of Mrs Charlotte Holl- Ruby Wynn, Mrs Nella Colvin,

rakes and going to work. The assisted by Mrs Thomas Moore and ture BIdg Oct 26. Sunday Oct. 22nd in the T J Beggs ingsworth,. chairman, Mrs Ida Mae Marcus Cherry, Mrs Nettie Williams -
YOU* doing Mr ;R Denson, principal of the Funeral Home chapel by 'Rev Wm and baby girl, Mrs Sue \Vlatt.
I question is, What are Mrs Walter Brown. Brown and Mrs Clara ,Morse.Mrs'Holingsworth's .
school, showed the film on The EarthIs Ligon assisted, by Rev Paul Touch- Kater Burns, Mrs Jean Hunter and
in line
? falling
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about it Are children 4th
I you Mrs Dan Mauldin and grade pre-
The Lord's to the which
assembly, ton. Mrs Vernon
Ragans was
organ- baby girl, Mrs Jo Ann Green and
to help make Madison more beautiful Lanny, Mike and Kenny and Mr denoted the results of ,good .farming ist. sented the program,oh Civil Defense.,
I baby girl, G' W Mrs Janet
Wiggins
? Pinetta WSCS met Oct 18 in the
and Mrs Sharon. Blanton:! and baby and using modem methods. Interment, was in Oak Ridge ceme-
Weeds cut on vacant lots now, Pamala, went to Geneva, Ala_ Sun- Seven people from Cherry Lake tery. home, 'of Mrs Will Buchanan with Williams and baby girl R E (Bob)

will stay cut until late next spring. day .for a visit with :Mr and Mrs Riding' Club rode in the Perry Pine Pallbearers John Henry Plant twelve members and one visitor, ,Adams, Vernon Singletary.

XawnSk cut now, may not need more John Watson., Tree Festival parade Saturday. Clifford Elmer Uaire, Wayne Walker, Wayne :Mrs W .D Hicks gave a short devotional __ Baby Willlms ...:.-... :_'>

than one more mowing until next Mr and Mrs Boyce Faulkner of Leslie Dwayne Leslie John Burnett, Carl Bevis and Howell Ed and Mrs J T Woodward A baby girl to Mr and bars'B

spring. In a' way it's Bargain Day Clover, S C, came last Friday for Tuten, Allen Tuten, Donna Tuten, wards... taught a chapter of the book under Williams of Madison, weighing. 5

on weed cutting and' lawn mowingfor a visit with Mr and; Mrs Bob Wiley Sirmon and George Shaw. Honorary 'pallbearers were members study. Plans for bazaar and supperto Ibs 7 oz. '

the price of one operation. Adams. Mr Adams_ is doing'nicely in FRIENDSHIP. BANQUET of the Masonic Lodge. 'be held Nov 4 were: completed. ,. BABY, HUNTER, ,. ""'

That .is a Bargain.It the Madison/ hospital, and .hope he The Autumn 'Feast Banquet.".forthe Information was given.. ,tOthe
is bur. hope that every one, can soon be back home.,a well man. friendship Class was'enjoyed/b HOMECOMING AT group about the progress, needs Hunter oJ Cherry Lake ,weighing t-

regardless of race, color, or age Miss Eleanor Collins of Miami over; fifty adults at Cherry: Lake BAPTIST' CHURCH and .goals of Madiso ; 'ARC ;and *6. lbs '8%,'off. '. .. :
Baptist church Friday evening Oct: v : 'tfecofhe ,'BABY CREEN'"r ,
-yill i join-in'? the Cleanup: Campaign. here-ifbr. short 'visit Sunday Ate- they voted ;<, associatemembers :-r
f
was a .
20th.
Every! child can pick up paper., All with her sister Mrs C Marie Park The long table covered with" ..Homecoming at the First Baptist 'of '.this'grouttt.aThe : A 'b}!>>ir1 to Mr, ind'Mrs5g &CGrefiCv ,, -....;. ..,.. .
of Madison, last ';
h/rei} "Udhdayproved"a
should' learn not to throw out > hostess served .Sandwiches;: 'weighing 9 Ibs 11% oz.
'
ages _twjjo is conyalescuig her... me'from" white linen, wascentered, with success as members '
!bottles, ':cans, paper, cigaret. packs, in. illness. : autumn arrangements arid'the autumn and friends\ joined in many the 'morning ice cream and_ cake with 'cold i BABY' WILLIAMS r
Good citizens wait until ; drinks.;.T Aby girl ta Mr and Mrs Dale ; 100, :
and trash. Mr and Mrs L 'B Taylor of Mac- decorations prevailed through- worship service :and. even more ? .
they reach trash can. :All of us clenny and Mrs George Kelly of 1 1i out ,the recreation: hall. .Delicious refreshments coming from .other churches" ... Pinetta WMS met. Oct 23__In the Williams, weighing 7 Ibs 12% ozS

i 1 want to be good citizens.: i Madison were guests Wednesday of ,., were served; gathered around the tables covered home'of Mrs R'L Crafton for circle BABY THOMAS'

Along with cleaning up comes Mr and Mrs H J Brown. New officers: Pres, Mrs JohnnieGraceBland with food. after the service. program on International Stu- A baby girl to Mr and Mrs:

!1 painting and planting. This is a good Mr Marcus Cherry was trans- Vice-pres, Bob Milner;': Carroll Lambed- the music: dents. A short business session followed. Donald' Thomas, weighing 7 Ib 4voz.

h season to plant trees. Some of our fered Saturday to a hospital in Mrs Louise Williams, Sect'y; Mrs for the worship service and sang Mrs Florence McMillian, Admissions: Cole Edwards, Annie

=I old trees are dying, out. New trees Thomasville, for further medical Virginia Sale, Tress; Mrs Marguerite two solos. Rev Bill Ligon I Children's Home chairman reminded Givens, Willie James Siplin, Hattie

pare needed to replace these. We examination. He plans to return Lanning, Sunshine Chrm; Mrs Lola delivered the morning address. ,As us that coupons were heeded to Homes, Ella Milledge, Cortis Jackson -
make Weaver Social Chrm; Mr Sam the congregation gathered, they to the and- us to F Mattie Smith;:
invite everyone to join in and home this week. His wife and sons send homes: urged Simmons,
) Sale and Mrs
Virginia Sale, class brought their' special offerings Howard
it and turn hem in.Mrs Discharges Bobbie Jean Hudson
7, Madison the beautiful city Alan & Douglas, & other members of teachers.' i iamounting save s
should rightly be. You, are the one I the family have been visiting him. HOMECOMINGThe of unity to over designed'$2,700in to reduce a-,display Coody asked for the will of the Isaac Mobley, Tillman Pinesett

k' that.will be happy over, the results.; Mr and Mrs C C Brannan were Cherry Lake Methodist, church considerably the church debt. body' concerning the budget to be Annie' Givens and baby girl, Willie

I that will be able afternoon set ,up soon for ,the church.. ,Mrs J Siplin. r
'li ,You are the one in Greenville Sunday : will observe Homecoming SundayOct. During the worship, Mr Buford
to point out with ride. Thank ..you. visiting Mr and Mrs Barney Bying- '29th with dinner served at Selman, General Chairman of the Crafton brought information about BABY GIVENSA1 -

Sincerely, Madison Garden Club. the ..church. during noon. Forward Program 'of Church Finance the Madison ARC'and, asked WMS : : baby girl to Annie and Eugene. .
r 9-lt-ch ton.There will be services here at presented 8.I I recommended to support it as a community mission Givens, weighing 7 lbs 11% oz.

a Methodist church Sunday; budget of $40,000, for the church project. The group voted to become I BABY JACKSON

; the the JUDGE McLAIN PASSES during 1962. The pastor called for associate -members- and' help gus I A baby boy to Jesse and'Corns,-.1. r
i ,c dinner Aon;. the); ground1during a standing could. Refreshments were I '
in the vote of approval and the as they Jackson, weighing 6 Ibs 2 oi.
CkiredWomanB'Sw1edOutOf$2OO 1 noon hour; song service Judge Guy Mixon McLain 55 t
a : age members all over the congregationstood. served. I BABY' SMITH .
I! afternoon.Mr of Mayo, died suddenly Tuesday I The pastor announced that Dr Mr and Mrs Edgar Blair and
McMullen of Jacksonville of A baby boy to Mattie and. EltonSmitK
) Curtis morning ,a heart attack in the T M Johns, Superintendent of the the weekend in Jack :
children
for few days visit spent Jr weighing 6 Ibs 10 oz. -
is here a Hamilton County hospital at Jasper. Florida Baptist Children's Home at Homer Taylor '
the
with his parents and children. Lakeland, would be guest speakerfor sonville with .I Deaths: Mr George Ernest

erta Bragg, colored woman \ RETHA the morning and evening services family and also visited their daughter Thomas died Oct 20th.
THOMPSON DIES
f'' of the Cherry Lake section, was Sunday October 29. Betty in Gainesville Sunday. .

s of $206 last Friday Bible Lectures At The entire program was bathed Mrs Howard Coody' had as visi-
beaten out Retha Thompson, age 63, of Greenville BIRTHDAY DINNER
Otto Hendricksand .
with the :Mrs
morning. Two white men, drivingan died sunlight of a beautiful fall tors Thursday ,
/ early Wednesday morning
day. The pastor said that it seemedas children of 'W e 1sVille, Missouri.:
old Buick car with no tag told First Methodist ChurchA there. if God to Mr and. Mrs V S Smith of
arrived recently
openly Hendrickses
expressed His The i
approval -
the :oman that they were welfare Survivors. are her husband, Love Pinetta spent Sunday In Lake City
upon the'entire for
Madison
new church home in I
make their
Thompson of Greenville
and the government would one brother
workers
Samuel
year and the 29-day of with Judge S Smith& family.
of the welfare Bible Conference sponsored by and two sisters. program the winter.
match the savings stewardship education which The occasion was Judge Smith'sbirthday.
folks who had saved $100 or more. the :Methodist churches of this area Funeral services Sunday, Oct. 29, with the began Other guests present were .
held Oct. 27-29 at the First at Shiloh Baptist church Greenville, opening of the morning j *
First, however, the welfare beneficiary will be service. CARNIVAL ATTENDANTS Mr and Mrs D G Jones and daughter -
Methodist Church in Madison. with interment in Pallbearers ceme- ,
would have to produce the Caudie and Mrs Helen Gray
| Dr: John W Cook,' of Florida tery.
I ;
:savings, they .said, and when the old Southern College, will conduct the, tBeggs Colored Funeral Home, Cliff BAND INVITED, Elementary King and Queen Lee of Valdosta Mr.. and Mrs J. V
woman brought the money out they ford Smith and Mrs Lucia Walker' of
Stallworth -
series of, Lectures. on. the Book o in charge. DuRant and Debbie Ruth-
toolkit, told her they would bringit Acts. The ,University of Mississippi} in- Frank and of the Live Oak Mr James Walker of
erford will be king queen
back the next day-with the bonus The lectures will begin Fridayat vited the Greenville High School Elementary school for the Carnival. Tallahassee: and little Miss Morgan

apd|left. The next toy, of course, 7:30 p. m. and Saturday a Madison High School Band to attend the Eighth Annual Tuesday evening, Attendants. from Leigh Smith of DeLand. She is the .

I never came. covered dish supper at the church High School Day festivities and the grades are first grade Tim grand-daughter of Mr and MrsJ

The swindlers went to several 6:00 p. m. will be followed by the to select students to participate in Hugh y and Marsha Roberson, V Smith of Live Oak and the

other places Friday morning and lecture. The closing' lecture will be!. The Madison High School Band the Third Annual Col Rebel's All second grade Billy Stokes and great-granddaughter of Mr and Mrs

talked ugly.at;'some of them but Sunday from .3-5* p. rn: Everyone participated in the first parade of Star: Band Saturday November li. Frances Scruggs; third grade Scott; V S Smith .

the:Bragg swindle was the only one welcome. 'c the season when the band made the Dewey Jones Band Director of Dickinson and Ann McLeod; fourth -

reported. REV PAUL TOYC1p'QN, Pastor: trip to Perry :for the Pine Tree. GHS, says "Although it is beyondour grade Eddie Grantham and Charlotte WITH THE. CLUBS '
"l' f 9-lt-ch
The Sheriff's office" was finally -:: x ? I Festival We are very proud of the means to' snake "sud a: trip, we Mickler; fifth .grade Jack Dickinsonand At the-IJons' Club meeting Tues-

notified but the swindlers in the ... ... progress the band has made this feel privileged and'honored' to have Peggy Clark; sixth grade, Sim day an-interesting- skit on the War ,

meantime had vanished and diligent 1 year. The Pine Tree Festival was been invited participate'in this Smith and Betty Fraleigh.
SRJC PresentsEdward :' Escorts for the high school Queenand Between, the States was given by
!search so far has. failed to enjoyed by every member of the program." King, who are yet.unannounced children In Miss Irene Williams'

find them.. band. After the parade the bandas are 7th grade Lamoyne Hancock room In the Madison Elementary
Waters Choir '
LeVeHlle guests of the Festival. enjoyeda BABY ,. WILLIAMS and Sonny Hiers; 8th grade, Lynn School. Jimmy Copelana was pianistfor

Mr and Mrs W D of fish fry McCown and Kenneth Walker; 9th the group Prof Kinsey was .in
and and Mrs Glen Reeves of Mr and Mrs W B (Pete) Williams
Del gradearty Hughes &. Mike Paterson .
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Suwannee River Junior College : charge of the program.:
Los f Angeles were weekend guest will present the Edward Waters',SOt- announce the ,birth of a baby girl 10 grade Kay Chasm & Wayne At'theRotary. Club meeting

of Mr and Mrs James TJardee and, lege Choir of Jacksonville; 'Florida, PERRY ARTIST SERIES"t born Oct 18th. at Madison i coUnty Weger; filth grade. Sher l Williams Wednesday C.?1ettbant showeda

air and. Mrs" R C 'Dick iison._ in conceit, Monday October 30. .- in Memorial Hospital, She: weighed and Rick-iillinors 12tfi ;grade Betsy number qf slides and talked 'on
The first: Artist-Series show 5 Ibs 7'02S. and has been :named and
Harrison Barrs.
I 1961, tat 7:30 p. m.. atRIamasMadison' cis Edgar connection with
rArrierfca in
South :
WANTED: Young ;Athletically, Baptist Church; Florida: Perry is, the Daphne Hellman Trio, Latrjcia i *Deonne Williams. She isthegrand .

inclined young men to play Univer-FOOTBALL public Is invited. There 'will Ctt,. :.30,. 8'p.m at TCHS Auditorium.Mrs daughter_ of Mr' and Mrs Mrs, Van H Priest, newly elected his visit the past summer to that
established
for well be admission charged. Chairman of the District 3 Welfare continent.
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sittlln'Northeast Georgia. NeedGlueFingered no W Godwin of Madison and, Mrs
and Mrs J H Williams Lee. Board attended a two day meeting
Ends, Dead-Eye W P Knight was the guest Mrs Marie, Bower and Mrs Susie
Passers--in fact an entire team: If Mr L ? .Kellr'suffere. stroke. of Mrs .H D Oxford for the Baptist -x- of the State Association of District Mickler of'Tallahassee spent Monday -

interested, contact BOB LAY at. last.Thur day' and Is now in the,'.: Homecoming. Sunday. ,-and.. remained Mrs Charles Morrow Is .spe ding eifareBoard Members held inWest with Mrs J M Pafford, and .

WMAF. > local hospital., forfseveral** days theguest of friends.. a fe week with relatives. at LlMpak. ..'afu! ? Beach on October 1718., Miss:,J'os1eSmlth in Madison.
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; : because.another country beasts MISS HAZEL JEAN WEBB .
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of that
its power we boast ofours A. u.MA.s

: ihfSC-KCOMKl too. Just where to draw
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: .. Published Weekly Subscription $3.76 Per Year in Advance tainly we must be on our guard, SPECIAIS }

,..., .i Delayed Renewals $4.00 ,Per Year but down the road of rivalry

Advertising Rates Made Known on Application and hostility and constant ..
HOWELL WARING
: :
bickering and
quarreling one J
Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June ELECTED. F. B PRES .
I day is an eruption into war. .
: 15th. 1908. under Act of March 8. 1879. -
The Confederate war startedin Directors of Madison County :'IY.

.7 DSNERS: T. C. MERCHANT" T. C. MERCHANT, JB. people's minds long before Farm .Bureau elected officers for.

AND ASSOCIATES Fort Sumter was 'fired, upon, the year 1961-62 at their regular .

and the war with Japan beganin meeting ,Tuesday evening October '."
MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865- people's minds long before 17 with 14 of the 16 Directors present -, v:.
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901! with Secretary and local Service -,
CONSOLIDATED JUNE 25 1908 Pearl Harbor.
Agent. W Zack Colson.
u Howell Waring was elected President -
.: T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher
,
succeeding David ,Smith who ,
T., C; MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor Great Coffee Country has held the office for two years ; :

'MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor .. and will serve for this year; Raymond }: ___
(Colombia is a republic in the
MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. i I Brown was elected Vice-
northwestern part of South President and Mrs R A (Jackie E)

r ORID canS of syrup that had not been America, the only country of Jones Secretary Treasurer. :,

<' cooked down enough,would blow South America with coasts on Plans were made for the Annual ;

its top and some of the syrup both the Caribbean Sea and State Convention November 5-8 in <. ,
; : ACi1YEr Miami Beach. The local Farm !t
} would spill, but that was justa the Pacific Oe ean'. It has an Bureau Organization will be repre- '"

O Ig61 a part of the transaction, Onetime area :about eight or' nine times sented In the "'Talent Find Contest -

aI ; we were having a newspaper that of .Florida and a population with the GirlS. Quartette fromee : '
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meeting in Shamrock, in about three times as great. ? who were placed third among "/{:fjiJ:

I feed The Rain Dixie county, and we loaded a The country's economy is largely 17.ville.entrants:Misses last Vivian, ,year. Hicks at ;Jackson-Linda ". //T: .<: )

R quantity of syrup into the car, based on coffee; it is, second fockson; Sylvia Smith and Marie ,: ':'\
Another cool spell 'reached ..._.... ,. .....
thinking possibly we might sell only to Brazil in the annual Welch are' the girls. Mrs Dale Leslie 4

a ; us Saturday, but, this ,time it it to the commissaries: along the volume of coffee produced and will be their accompanist. Other HAZEL WEBR4LXREN. PHILLIPS

was not, preceded by any rain way., The commissaries were is the :world's leading producerof delegates are Dale M Leslie ANNOUNCEMENTMr

i l :at all. Before the cooler weatherset loaded ,themselves and we came mild coffee. Other important and; Howell and Ann' Waring; Kelly ': and Mrs Olin L Webb of Lee, Florida announce*
Mary Bailey.
in, we were told that it was i back Madison, that night crops include sugar cane, rice, :Mr W Zack Colson tendered his the engagement- and approaching marriage of their daughter
raining in. Jacksonville and on Miss Hazel Jean Webb, to Ernest Lawrence Phillips
with more, syrup than we had bananas,, cotton; corn and to resignation as Agent for Madison ,
down South-it seems to rain started with since we had' bacco. Other are' cereal County and will leave for Trenton sonf of Mr and Mrs Joe A Phillips of Lee, Florida;
crops
The bride-el. ect is a graduate of Madison High School
it rains around the first of November.
in Jacksonville if I
any' taken in some cans at Sirmanson' grains, vegetables, coconuts, < and is employed by. the Motor Vehicle Commission in
Mr Gene Badger of Palatka i
where-and we thought possibly a subscription or tpo there. pineapples 'and other fruits, ,Field Supervisor and 'Mr Howard Tallahassee.Mr. .

,, ; we would alsoget that ong- Syrup was 'our principal articleof cacao, peanuts and fibers., Silkworms } I utnal of Mayo, w re'visi o at II Phillips is employed by Precisionware,' Inc., of

.. awaited .rain, but in this we trade; however, we swappedalso are cultivated ,and some :this meeting. Mr Putnal will replace Madison.,
,. were mistaken. We have now, for other things ,such, as cultivation of rubber trees has Mr Colson. Mr Putnal has The wedding the wfll; be November 18 at 8 o'clock in the
six weeks with only ,six I I already moved here and is living evening in Midway Baptist church. No invitationsare
gone sweet potatoes-they had not been undertaken. There are
being sent but families of the invite
couple friends
,
in the Hybert ( house.
i Skip) Hendry
'" tenths o! an inch of rain, and, gotten, into .society /then: -, pearl fisheries ,bn the north I He is married and has two:boys. and 'relatives to attend. _

there is no'rain in sight at*this I II' bacon, hams, wood, ete.-- and coast. Colombia is rich in In a' letter John Dickinson of --

':writing (Monday), */( : I even a time or two for figs. We minerals and is second only to I S E Tel Co told the Farm Bureau I! ENTERS r. NAVY Sporting Goods

traded for the syrup on the Venezuela in south American relative to rural telephones:, "We I -
I are making many changes to, our Miss Agnes Claire Morrow left AT .
'' basis t of four No.: 10 cans fora production of petroleum. Important for
CaneGrindinglimeCane Monday night Rhode
existing plants in preparation toserve Newport
year's subscription, but today minerals include gold, the Florida Central 'Telephone Island to attend the U S Naval Electric Co.
; grinding time comes the 'syrup will bring more. than silver, salt and coal. Colombia Company. The entire Greenville Schools Command, where she will Bryan

again. We received, our first the year's subscription.. leads the world, in the produc exchange .is being changedout take an eight-weeks' indoctrination I
course beore being assigned to duty as a Navy Nurse.
order for syrup labels for the tion of emeralds 'and is one of and should be completed, by

i' season Saturday and the cane The the world's principal sources of eorly November.' Also. some changesare
Pine Tree
Honoring being made within the Madison
grower said he would be grinding platinum.. A uranium, plant was
to
exchange accommodate trunk
,<: this week. There is quite The people of
: a Taylor county built; in 1959. There are also lines from the various exchanges

bit of syrup made in the county had a great celebration the past deposits of copper, lead, iron, both toll and extended area service.1' tlt'

now, but not so much as in week in honor of the pine tree, manganese, zinc, mercury, mica,

1 f I days past, when people seemed and that was very appropriate, phosphates and sulphur. Main THE' SMOKE SIGNAL

t -'f""" to eat more syrup and cane I for the pine tree 13 the principal industries include food processing ,-

1 grinding those cool early winter basis of the county's economy, ; beverages*, textiles, shoes, A copy of the Smoke. Signal a

.afternoons running into the and for that matter figures apparel, the manufacture paper published by'-'Pi etta School
observing Newspaper Week,
was
night was an institution. Back prominently in our own county cigars arid cigarettes, flour- brought to the E-R Saturday. It
' then while the product was and in other parts of the
many milling, chemical products, was interesting and a well composed A
also marketed in bottles and in state. The tree grows with Panama hats and glassware. paper. !

cans, much of it was put up in ease, if fire is kept out, and i Bogota is the capital'nd chief The, staff for the paper includes

barrels. In fact, in the earlier the state and many of the' city. Frances Sexton editor; Eric Falk, OCT.31NOV.4Hammock "

days the usual way of selling counties now have forest fire assistant editor Mary Van Hinton' .
typist; Eugene Williams and DorisDriggers '. 'r ; fit. :
syrup in the stores was from protection. If anyone has 70 x 15 Goodyear -
sports; Libby : -
,the barrel. We recall having,. some land that he is not usingto Weather Tire and Johnny Gaston feature? Rob .' : ;' .tF:.';; '; .: > ,: :
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bought a quart or a halfgallonof better purpose we think he bie Law humor; Jimmy Adams '

new syrup out of a barrel would do well to set it put in As Low As $11.88 club reporter;, Andrew Hammock .1' 961

from Leonard Morrow when he pine trees. Besides having a and.Donald. Lee Sims, artists;
was clerking for T W Dale on very attractive forest, he will Plus Tax and Trade-in Harry ,Crafton and Elizabeth Ever-
ett;, proofreaders Gelana Hicks
;
what is now: the Carroll Bla- also have within a few yearsa
.: at MESSERBattery community; Margaret Wigelsworth,
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lock corner. product that he can market roving reporter; Junior Odom,* Elementary NORTH FLORIDA > .

then or let it continue to grow & Tire Co. reporter; Joyce Keeling

and increase in value. In orderto music. Printers John Washingtonand .

,., Legal Tender For.i.i. keep the industry going indefinitely Allen Tuten. Mrs Clara Morse, r r
Mr, and Mrs Gurlie Ragans and teacher... ,. : : --
: t it is necessary; to son:, Kemper James were received '

Subscrgmns plant again whenever the trees into membership at the Presbyterian WATERMELONS & PUMPKINSC lJ. t F A iI I 'R ,' c
church Sunday morning. Mr
_
Back in the depression years are cut. One large pulpwood j Ragans : s.
t ,I and Kemper and the Ragans"
J '
told the writer few ..
of the early thirties syrup was company a -younger son Mike also were baptized.PIaqued.DayAwd' F Gray reported planting II '
legal nder for'subscriptions at years ago that they had a rule"" several 'hills of watermelons July : 'Vf" '

.: '.: The Enterprise-Recorder office.! to *plant' four trees for everyone 15th- in his backyard, Oct.15th. he T TALLAHASSEE :' '
enjoyed eating the first one and expects '
cut
and those living
Town people to cut weighing 30 Ibs ,
one r" i- .; '
:" ,away paid their subscriptions NktwftB1:. this week. He also: produced a -. .'f ) r. : ..: : .

."',in ,cash, but many people int..t1ie DewnTbeRsad pumpkin 49 by 50, in, which he

country paid with syrjup:: Discomfort? divided Sunday with his son and !1! *. .\\E.' hii! J ,* .,Midway_ ,
,.and ,it was nothing unusual for In last week's issue we sug- .o a no s. eating mild.bat or drinking annoying mar.bladder be wife, Mr and Mrs Olin Gray, and v 9>;' '-: 4 '.p ,'" i. i-

us to have anywhere from gested that the newspapers ofthe tenae Irritationa-tnakiag, and you. fed And JWUecomfortable. It rert-*. Mrs L Roberts of Shady Grove who i>: R,* Livestock '
visiting Mr and Mrs C F
lea nights with aauiac'M" were .
fifty to Jwndred gallons ,of country and that is true headache or TTntrg'lar aches aid palM Gray. ';' r' '' ;r ,. : J''

f-syrup on hand at a time. Some of those of other countries also tae to.aN orer-exertion.ar 1, g to roar strain Mr7-doD.or aaGt.1QMt. i "
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p wait-try, DOM PiI1a. /
r of this syrup we ate, some we have a heavy responsibilityin poaa*! PQfc act wy for:*std Mr and Mrs Carroll! Blalock. Mrs .. <. ", ',
xeHef. 1-They bare ., '' .
a aoothia effect: .
sold some we swapped, for maintaining the peace, such en bladder trritationa.A fact pam W L Hortqh and Carroll Blalock ; < FU'N" '-
rdierfn- action ,
gasoline and some we gave peace as it is, in the days -A"-- -. Bratcolar on aaczia ache and backache.A..to pain Jr left Sunday on a trip to ,Chattanooga '. ,,,: '

and we were happy to ahead. The papers certainly thin the weoderfaUy kidney, tending mild 4i1aret4"actioa to inereae" the Tenn. and other places in f
away of the ,
oatpvt 15 mile el kidney tubes. the mountains.
.. be able to give to quite a must give the news, but it is So. get the aame happy relief mOliona i -tzr -
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bye enjoyed for over i0 year. New. For T! aaR
number of children then a not necessary to play up tre- Urce conomy is MTC* money.' Get FOR FUEL OIL. CALL : Everyone.r. \
i DoaV a PCI today t Jr.
delicious and life-sustaining mendously the bad incideMs.I ; C. T. (Buddy. ) McWffiiams, .ya
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DOAM's POLLS AGENT. STANDARD OIL CO. ..
food. Occasi6nally one of the I Nor does it seem necessary, HU 3-2279
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1961 THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON FLORIDA: -. t PAGR, TR'R'i. ,,::ij
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Big.Fair t
We Have a Full Line .of Opens" ..

1 { ,t Dwoskin ,- FOR t
Tuesday ; :!;

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\ TALLAHASSEE '- Brand new i ,z.
AUTHORIZED."I streets' : IIFIT ',. .
buildings, paved a gala ;1'--4 .' -
9 EAUSt ING parade, and celebrities and .:state :
I officials will be in the spotlight .
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TALBOTT :PALNTWALLPAPER & here Tuesday, October 31st when b> J 1

.'. '* the 1961 :: .. ;_ '
North Florida Fair '
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opens. .
3 ;1! '- td. ,
Castle ParkVALDOSTA ft five-day stand. :If; -

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Ten new concession stand buildings
OO: : C? I I will make fairgrounds: s-'snacks 'a Ff .'q .t. ..."...., }
kit more convenient.and a pair of IN A ....
WESTERN AUTO :. ... ;
STORES I '
COTTON QUOTA paved roads through the exhibit -tr) -v.t ''
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area of the
grounds .and the midwaywill
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MADISON, FLORIDA. ... .. "The" 'U S' S''Department of "Agricul cut 'the dust (or mud if the <
tore announced a pational market. worst happens and it rains). f'

ing quota of. 15,714,000 bales' (standard The big Gooding Amusement Company '

HIT CHCOCK 472ATNFJC' bales of 500 pounds gross will provide midway entertain- lliRWtT1\
ment for* the 80,000 North
or more
-. weight and a: national allotment
REFRIGERATION SERVICE ,. --. J acreage of 18,101,718 acres' for the Florida, South Georgia and South-
east,
Alabamans
'- 1962 crop of upland cottOn: This expected' to tour thegrounds
Madison, Florida North Florida' ? Junior College' enrollment includes an allocation of 100.000 from Tuesday, through !
of 472 includes ,representation Saturday night.Madison : ;:: ., .
,PHONE HU 36339'l acres, rom: the national acreage re- ::: t _, 'c.i-- '
: 2nswe ,:' ari .' from nineteen Florida counties serve, to take 'care 'of minimum CALL.: ,......\'\. f. ;
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) no ; three other states nd. '- .... ;;"", ,,, .\,""\ '- or < ( \
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farm allotments. Dec. 12 has been \
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'. HU 3-2560 : foreign country Madison County set as the date for the referendumon High SchoOl : > ;
where the College is.located has 102 cotton : ;
1962 upland marketing :
students. Taylor has the largest ..
quotas. At least two-thuds of the :
fimoniaiLe; number 158; Hamilton 30; Jefferson upland cotton farmers voting must HONOR ROLL Hu. 3-2279' ..'3':-t.;.a r
47 24
; Lafayette ; Suwannee "AT
approve the quotas if they are to be' :
: Honors 43; Columbia 16; Leon, 15; Duval. effective. (A similar vote on market First Six Weeks. .
Mrs Mil i 10r 4; Dixie 3; Alachua, 3; Polk, 2; ing quotas for the 1962 crop of 7-1 sarah Copeland sandr :/:M -

Mrs R L Millinor Wakulla 2; Hillsborough, 1; Gads- extra long staple cotton will be heldon Leod, Susan Selman,. Lynda Webb. /' : .: .
Tuesday was honored den 1; Collier 1; Gilchrist 1; Brad- the same date.) 8-3 Mary Helen Karstedt. Whatever type or size of oil-burner, or furnace you .:.; :
night at a testimonial: i ford 1; Baker 3. 9-1 James Sale HI, Archer Linda k,,-
'
dinner at the Madison Restaurant. Thirteen students are from out of SUPPER ,PARTY and Mary Carol Naughton. have, you can depend on us for ,prompt, unfailing ., ,.:: 1 ,

About 35 officials librarians, state: 10 from Georgia; 2 from 9-3 Edward Christmas. deliveries of dean-burning : '
neighbors and friends surprised her heat-packed : 1
Alabama 11-1
; 1 from New..Jersey.Two Gaines Howerton Janis King ;
Mrs
with the Carroll Blalock Mrs T C r4
dinner presented '
and
her ,
students from Cuba are en- Sheryl Williams. .
,
with a beautiful big print Bible. Coody, Mrs H D Oxford and MrsT .. .. I
rolled at the College. 11-2 Sandra Gail Hinton, Abbie .. !
It's even got name it the C Merchant were hosts at a :
my on Gail Woodard. .
'pleased 'and surprised honoree ex- "- supper party Thursday evening in 11-3 Nelda Weaver, Freddy {

claimed when Mrs Peter Stern of BABY WILLIAMSONMr the garden patio at the Blalock Hughes. STANDARD Q4

Greenville made the presentation. ;home complimenting Mr and Mrs 12-3 Ruth Everett Betty Pickles, < .

All who attended made a few re- and Mrs' Robert Henry Wil- 'T J Beggs HI. Twenty-seven guests Peggy Register. Carolyn Weisz. >'

marks and expressed their appre- liamson of Gainesville announce the attended the delightfully informal I BURNER Oil 7
ciation of Mrs Millinor's years of .
affair. including the bridegroom'sparents
library work and their relationshipswith arrival of baby girl at the hos- 7thBfrthdayDub .
Mr and Mrs T J Beggs Jr. ,
,
her as neighbor and friend. pital there Oct 13th weighing 7 .

Mrs Millinor, who recently -retired lbs 8/ozs. Mrs the odorless, economical fuel that gives you maximum <:"
Carroll Blalock Mrs C D
Wyche celebrated his
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sev-
as librarian, was visibly moved The baby .has been named Angela 'a
by the remarks and gift of her Helen Williamson. She is the Tomlinson, Mrs \W' L Horton, .Mrs enth birthday with a wiener roastat heat for your money. The combination of t
hosts. T C Coody and Miss Agnes Burn- the home of his grandparents, Mr ::
granddaughter of Mr and Mrs STANDARD BURNER OIL and our prompt dependablei: } !
ett were guests of Mrs D F Burn and.MrsVaring: Wyche last Satur- ,
Hobson 'Williams of Lee and Mr '
ett for lunch at the Governor's day. Soft drinks Ice cream and delivery, handled by trained courteous men, will help -. .
PRODUCTION CREDIT and Mrs Paul Williamson of Madison cake were served with the wieners. .- ...
Mansion Friday. Mrs Burnett had
ASSOCIATION, STOCKHOLDERSHOLD ,. ", Ten little boys enjoyed 'tHe affair put an end to your heating worries. Call us now ,
been there with the daughters of + ';, .
with
the host.
ANNUAL MEETING young They. played : .
Governor and Mrs Farris Bryant football and other games and 'then for your fuel-oil'requirements .
,; Big Bend area farmers convergedon -
while they. were in Europe. all went to the movies. ..
Monticello Thursday to attend ;
Mr and Mrs Wyche were assistedin \
the 28th annual
t stockholders meet- Mr and Mrs Noah Jenerette Mrs entertaining the young folks by

ing of the Monticello Production Hardy S Griffin and Mrs Ralph N I Mr and:: Mrs Waring' Wyche Jr, MrsJ

Credit Association, coming from Greene' of Jacksonville L Sullivan and Miss Tad' Purdon. '
were guestsof s .
< STANDARD
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Jefferson Leon Gadsden Madison Mr .and-Mrs' W S .Cooper Sunday CT.McWilliams )
,and Taylor counties. They, were accompanied :.' ... .. .' .. :' l PEANUT QUOTA OIL .. (Buddy

by their wives and guests ,
srdall hold ..rn, .
and*were served a barbecue dinnerarMbitWoman's ., '. A deposit wjll Acting: Secretary of Agriculture .l i .. .J.'''' ..'.,. \
: 'Pub -building. '. sssste CALLHUU36505v. JUVENILE URNITURE till Charles S Murphy has announced a i :J. .

Frank L: Herring, of, Gretna, Christmas. Make your selection national marketing! quota, of ] '

president! of the association presided JACK WADE NOW! 1,006,000 tons and a national ,allotment r. *

at the business meeting ,. of 1,610,000 acres for picking t :;. ? & ,
CITIES SERVICE OIL CO.. LEWIS HAKES and threshing for, .the, 1962 of ,
.. crop ;t.l .
which followed. P S Cantey of 5I .1; *? *'}
;E1ZEl ,SHOPPING, CENTER peanuts. HU 3-2279 MADISON, FLA. ..
Madison,. made the.. annual'report of ;:r-<<;. ... __ 'L- ,. '1 u :-.t )U-1 \
the board of' directors."' Mr Cantey '::a3' ,9:";' ":'nw'f'"' '<: :' X.ikn R,,... :' ; : .
:, %. ''wiT: 't ?F.yh ,, ,
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said that 440 loans had, been made ?:: ; ;y:::} :o, ..;.
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%s k.32. "? 0xr kS+cisw r.oaec'f.Yo:,' 2 .ry;?..,, ?7'Y: *c AT. : ',..
'to farmers during: the last fiscal 1' '' ".

year totaling .$$1,905,234.. .'This wasa .f', ,... ..i';:

26% increase over: thef/ :previous ...:R Y"r? .: i:Yi: :9.d 31"

year., He also reportedthat the f :"'

third consecutive cash vidend had ; d t .
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been.-paid on preferred stoc1: and

in addition a patronage, refund of
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$8,335. was made to borrowers. 'J.11\..J "

Financial. statements were presented -

by, J S Elani secretary- 1t. 1

; treasurer, indicating total assets of ..
$1,833,956. and farmer-owned "net ,r--\;' \..' ,' [
t.. '. r: ..
"worth of $327881. Net earnings_ for ; > '

the year after dividends and re= .. .... .: '-

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funds amounted to 5430. > ..

_>i iarvinVhittent. of, :Gainesville; 1.t.i .. '. I

Fieldman of the State ASC Committee :. > ,

made an interesting talk on :, .
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"Florida Agriculture", pointing out : r. t ,

that Florida farm income was on .
and that after a re: .': .. r =" 1yF .'
the increase ; "t- ?h i t "

cent fall it was now higher than t"t t.

any* time since 1953. .
Mr Cantey was re-elected by the <,

stockholders as a director for a 3 ::<.,.: ..." /
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year directors term re-elected after which" Mr the Herrin board as of ..< .,.:,... ". .>*;.. j .

president and Richard H Simpson of .__, f.

Monticello vice-president.. Other ... f

members of the board are W M In- ,<..
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man of Quincy and W \V Bassett. Stands out r'' 'll2 -

Jr, .9f '!tlonti el1 : '. i' ".

was'First-prize awarded of"to .an Mr electric and Mrs blanket Blox- ,, among the boys for room ride power and quality ,J .,,'-" '

ham L Clayton, Jefferson County'sOutstanding J f....:

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Farm Family 'for '- -
:.., IS BIG-CAR ROOM WHATYO 'RE'LOOKU1C FOR? And the heftier weight the more solid road down to the tires (4-ply, where most other t

1961. Discover the big-car standout-Mercury "feel" that lighter tars can't ,match. Plus cars have 2-ply tires).

..; ;. Monterey, a 6-passenger car without qualifi Mercury's exclusive Cushion-Link SuspentfEE| S SERVICE ONLY TWICE A YEAR .... v or at ; .
PTA MEETINGAt : cation. And luggage space? 30.7 cubic feetsion, that stops jolts before they reach you. 6,000to 30,000-mile intervals. Oil changes "' ;,:;11../

the PTA meeting last week R.;.r enough for the gear six hunters would rany. PERFORMANCE? QUALITY? Three brilliantV8's and.m1J lubrication at 6,000 miles majorlubrication { ;
conducted by president Vernal ... "
AND HOW ABOUT BlG-CAR RIDE? Mercury and a thrifty"6"'detiver top power, top at 30,000 miles. The anti-rust, I "
Webb, it was voted to the anti-freeze coolant is good for 30,000, miles
.J&iye f Monterey has the'4ua1ity'extras that make economy, or any combination in between. { .4 1
School Board $50 on the fUnd for --.' the difference here. like the 120 wheelbase 'And Mercury Monterey quality goes deep- or two years. Brakes are selfadjusting'PRICE / ,

:Miss Acosta, the Spanish, teacher. '':-longer than other cars in Monterey's field. from a baked-on: Su r-jnamel finish right ? Down in the popular-price range., > .j : J -! .

'Plans were discussed for the Halowe'en .
f- LINCOLN-MERCURY DIVISION 1.62 MERCURYS'. PRODUCTS OF C3 g> MOTOR_.. COMPANY,, -
Carnival with Mrs 0 J Mc- "' -... ,

Neilgeneral chairman in charge. _. ,-C.: M SEE THE SESf-LOOKING BUY FOR THE .BIG-CAR MAN-K8W AT MERCURY, QUALITY SCompany .


Repairs on all small gas "

rooters. HOWERTON SUPPLY i .;lt<[? ,,: ." Hardee Motor : -, .

CO.. Briggs-Stratton and Mc.iiC -J: '" .- ;. .- :' '
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Iecb Sales, and Service. : J ; 1.. i'_ i ,
i ; .a. ;,-; ; !.: '" y : CORNER BASE & HANCOCK STREETS, !'Y = ; --; MADISON FLORIDA; '.:. '. r. .

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: PERFEX OUTSIDE: WHITE :Major and Mrs Edwin, H Cooper Mrs C. C Morrovfr le(|Wednesday
i -. 'Now at !5 i ,and son Edwin Jr of Jacksonville to spend' the"winter- *tnSt Peters
PAINT 2 GAL $8.98
.$' ." ; .. !were week end guests of Mr and burg., I
Mrs Walter 'Cooperand'attended r
'. .. Gordon Williams I
StoreATTEND
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Homecoming at the First Baptist church Sunday.

Saturday, 'October 28 -- .
DOUBLE FEATURE WEDDING Dreams I 1 '
11 Day : ,
'
THE LAST REBEL, Eastman .
color, starring Carlos Thompson :Mr and Mrs J L Bullard Mrs \\. .
Can
Charles Fawcett, Lee Morgan. Noble Annie Medders and Miss Carolyn Pay,1 :
by birth Outlaw by fate He Platt,attended the wedding of Mrs
j' SERVICE STATION branded an entire state with re- Bulla 's niece Miss Joy Alford, to Off To You! !
venge. Richard Laney. The wedding was. an .
I 7/di.., HU3-660! event of Saturday, Oct 21st "at the
TERROR OF THE TONGS, East- Emanuel Baptist church in Talla- Day dreams become

You can get a nice 6.95 Kitchen Chop Board, Absolutely man Christopher color, starring Lee. Terror Barbara stalks Brown the, hassee. Both are employed at FSU. practical and' purposeful Jwhen I

FREE when you let us WINTERIZE your ,car. .This street of opium dreams as the red you put the power

i .-, includes:. ." : .':.. dragon crushes people in its power, Friends of Sammy Lee, grandsonof ,of systematic saving be-
ful claws. Cartoon.SundayMonday Mr and Mrs V S Smith of %
,': $ hind them. If you have
OIL CHANGE & ; o
SHELLUBRICATION: "- ,*-'".;* ,' October 29, 30 Pinetta, will be interested to know the will, this is the way '
,.> < OIL FILTER ADA, :Metrocolor, starring Susan that he is with the U S Navy and to make dreams come
,<. '... SHELLZONE ANTI-FREEZE -' .".t', Hayward, Dean Martin. From a girl is aboard the USS 'Cavalier. He is
: 'out for a good time to Governor's on a six months' tour of duty in true.
9 CRISS-CROSS TIRES ; :
; ";":" Lady in several easy steps. An the Far East. ,He has visited Hawaii,: '
,< o REPLACE WORN FAN 'f'; unusual story about the Governorand China, Japan, Formosa and now is GREENVILLE'MEMBER :
BELTS and RADIATOR HOSE ;- ". the good-time girl he married.AI off the coast of Okinawa.ALUMINUI BANK OF
", ) tense drama of fireworks in
See us before the rush. We will pick up and deliver"DAVIS politics. 'Cartoon. AWNINGS OF FEDERAL INSURANCE DEPOSIT.

: Tues-Wed. Oct 31, November 11 Custom built to specifications, CORPORATION
SERVICE STATIONHU THE PRIVATE LIVES OF ADAM HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. GREENVILLE, FLORIDA
AND EVE. Partly in color, starring
,
3-6601 :MADISON FLORIDA
Mickey Rooney, Mamie Van Doren. ;Mr and Mrs Harold Clark of Tallahassee -
,
See the private lives of Adam and i attended Homecoming at
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts! Eve in the Garden of EdenTheworld's First Baptist Church in Madison h ou
': i- For- FUEL OIL, Call first temptation-and re; Sunday. ose r

SEE THE GIFTS AT suits. -x-
.. ,1 : J P JOHNSON THE SHAKEDOWN, starring Mrs H B Dinkins of this city and rte,
:
.' Gordon. Williams Store Terence Morgan, Hazel Court. brother and sister-in-law, Mr and
HU :3-2277 Photographic racket exposed. The Mrs Hoke S Hughes of Palmetto,
most enticing and exciting black- left Thursday: for Richmond, Va.,,to
CEMETERY CLEANING
mail trap of all. Cartoon. attend the wedding of their niece,

I, Everyone interested- in Ebenezer Thursday-Friday, November 2, 3 Miss Betsy Hughes. AND WRAPPINGS
cemetery please meet there Thursday MORGAN, THE PIRATE, East- '-
I AUCTION morning, Nov. 2, for the pur- man color, starring Steeve ,Reeves FireSale :
pose of cemetery cleaning. Bring a Valerie Lagrange. The greatest
Friday, October 27th. lunch, prepare to stay until workis swashbuckler ever to sail the seven AT i I giriilh'' :
10:00 finished. seas. His name and fame rage over Horee'slayo JrugQore
1 a. m.
9-lt-ch MRS LEWIS GASTON the seas of the world-but was hea :

John ? Duncan, Sr. hero or devil? Cartoon. Highway; "
SERVICES Across from> Prerisionv Plant We give S &,H Green Stamps
Farm I- Quitman, Morven. CHURCH RADIATORS, REPAIREDMcWILLIAMS ,

Road'.f- The. Universalist_Church r "will hold GARAGE Friday Oct 27 9:00:: a in. "\ '. .. .t.........' .MADISON'-j', ... .t. FLORIDA .

1 All Equipment to Farm services at Hamburg Sunday at
.

..S i .t 10 tractors' ,:-5000, all Acres equipment., for, I I.11 Jimmy'a. m.'.Davis. of Davis 'Service 9-lt-Dd The FAITHFUL Faithful Workers'Class WORKERS" 'Meeting @. _. _:_ :. .i

held'October 9 in the borne
was
grain and row cropp'ing, hay. Station is week -business 'VAN
i attending a one CAMP
of 'Miss Thursa Williams with ten j
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balers spreaders .
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wagons .' *
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school in Orlando'sponsored "
I members and one visitor present. KRAFT
cotton dusters,' mowersV, corn PORK AND l'
pickers, gain drills; 'combines. by a petroleum marketing 'association The President, Mrs Evelyn Davis, DOG BEANS
hundreds of hand tools, bricks, in Florida. presided and Miss Thursa Williams..CARAME' 14 oz 39c FOOD "

grass planters. gave prayer.the devotional and f,_ closed with w No. 300 Can 2 for 29c

REFRESHMENTS Officers for the new year were JIM DANDY 25 Ib $I-95 No-' 2 Can 19c
t FireS Ie. named by the Secretary, Mrs Marion GOOD AS FRESH SUNSHINE
R. G. WILSON
(Bobby
) Davis, and installed by Mrs Sue
.. .,r SALE MANAGER AT Raines. Mrs Annie Lou McClune
j QUITMAN, GA. 1'1 was installed as the new Class TURNIP GREENS WITH SYRUP Country Maid Maxwell House .
; t President. x ,
PHONE 8441 .
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c .Floree'sMayo Plans for'the new year were made. DICED TURNIPS / .. INSTANT COFFEE
9I The hostess served delicious re.
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Highway refreshments of sandwiches cake No.5TCan 65c 20c OFF
For FUEL OIL Call and coffee during the social hour. 2 for 25c .
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Across from Precisionware Plant, t .
10 oz Jar $1.35
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; JPJOIINSUN Friday Oct 27 9:00 in WITH THE JAYCEES
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11113-2277 The Madison Junior Chamber of HA110TON "TRICK ORTREATh" Good Selection .

;.,.i Commerce met at noon last Fridayat ,

:.' McNeil's Restaurant. NIDER'S CATSUP.i4oz2for 35c| Libby's Fruit Cocktail 303 can 25c
I ': : A report was given on the shotgun ,..
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HERE FOR
KT BURY BLANKS '
to the PTA and
$25 to retain the ,
RICE I
i c: j GENERAL. ELECTRIC Cuban Refugee who is Presently PALMOLIVE SOAP FAB "

'.' \ teaching Spanish in the Madison REG. ..:...... .. ... ... He t'JItIE-A.WAY Blue Orchid Long Grain
Elementary School.
: dJ' MOBILE MAID8DISHWASHER BATH ..'.,."J.. 231cCASHMERE '
S A special program was presented CONTEST 3 LB. CELLO ...,. ,...,.. 35c
:: which consisted of a 'film on "Fall-
Out". This program wa$ given by : BOUQUET LB. .CLOTH BAG :. $125

1 TWO-LEVEL.WASHING Petty Officer Jones of 'the United I REG. .... .. .. .,. lie "

"C 1.., .. States ,Navy, the Recruiter for this BATH ... .. .. .. .. 231cIT'S
I AA FLUSHAWAY-DRAIKj. .. area.' This program was very in- ,
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a- teresting and informative and the I .NEW '
.: VINYL-CUSHIONED club thoroughly enjoyed the film-. GREEN BEANS
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;:;/; ; \ MODEL SP32 INTERIOR Several members made plans to i I 48 oz. .'. .. .. ..... =f; 69c 'LRG 5c off 25c
.' attend the Fall Caucus which was:
'"' 2 No-303
Cans 25c
held last weekend, October 21st VEL POWDER _
: .r/' SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. and 22nd. This meeting was cosponsored :,; GIANT 73c
_ .' by the Starke and Ocala LRG. ...-.. ... .' 34c .
.5i = : OR MONEY BACK
<'.": Jaycee Organizations.. :79cAJAX STJNNYLAND SMOKED FRESH PORK
;,.. :-< Purchase under our written Money Back Guarantee. The :Madison Jaycees are happyto FLORIENT
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be among the first to welcome H.AMS. HAMS
'. Use in home to, Mobile Maid's 2IereIwashing "
r. ; your own prove the Producers Timber Service to t '
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Madison. This new business has : ,. .:. j.. WHOLE OR HALF ", ;
tf4ft: action outwashes oil other dishwashers 39c lb
located in the
Madison
area as a
GIANT 3c OFF 2/43c 45c lb.
-:-: including pople If it doesn't.'. .purchase price will result of the :Madison County Development -
:, .. HOME GROWNTOMATOES
/ -t-'..< Committee. -
:' ';.:$ refunded OCTAGON SOAPBAR FRESH GROUND '

Y Mrs C M Plant accompanied her BAR .?. .. .. .:..:. 12cLRG BEEF 41c lb. 2 Ibs- 45c
son. Dr Richard Plant of Tallahassee. .
: ,95 .- to the Dental Association at AD Low Sods FIRM RIPE
$.199'1 Philadelphia for ten days. Mrs MORTON FROZEN

.e', I/s4' Plant .yisited relatives and friendsat '
WITH
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'I"RADE.I Alexandria. Va Washington D : DINNERS 59c IQcIbSUWANNEE
: C, and Brandy, M6V They returned 40c OFF JUMBO $209VELLKJID ,,

: .home Monday.

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? .. Florida 22,,anew t nematode- ,.J, -. 'Is., -

resistant:tobacco ,varietyK! will soon ; .
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V i LADIES' : "' Fred ,
:1 ;.".. '; l.t:; Clark associate agronomistsays to' I I l I IS'
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-. '_HOSENew N ; .5 :
;t : ... : 12s.25c. grower' and processor.. t.
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\; Fall .Shades Reg. 89c ea.t':' : I ': S _,_ plant bed compares favorably in It.
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wk- :' ... {!' ('(: t: CHICKEN NECKS, / vigor with commercial varieties. I
." :>" Z PAIRS ,51 00 .:. t. After transplanting, livability and
BACKS AND WINGS .
-!' I I '!C "ta early growth are equal to, both ? w

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Hicks and "
402. "
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BOYS'Western .
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Jean type" growth characteristic : .r
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13% .oz.- Heaviest made-Sizes 8-16 I ? : WEINERS .* "If' Broadleaf, top and'midplant leaves p: :.:: i--& '''"'" "1

.t Regular $2.98 I::..1 of Florida 22 are slightly shorter 1f t., 1' .
i -: 3 lbs . . $1.00 | r &4 narrower, while'leaves from mid- : ;;; : ; : :

;; 2 54.00. "t'' .. plant down are about equal in width }, ';: j:1'I. .

., PAIRS FRESH CUT i" and are about 4 inches longer than -r fi-t"x :

t PORK BRAINS, LB. 9c those of Hicks.Flowering It : J:: a )

MEN'S is uniform a highly desired ; ;. ,. .
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Come and get 'em! '- ; < harvesting.Leaf :: _' -"<< >
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I DRESS TROUSERS CHARLIE WYNN, MGR. color is similar. to Hicks T 1+:, .iii' .; i: .
MEAT DEPT.
Broadleaf. However Florida 22 will ..., -. "" .;
average approximately .2 to 4 leaves
Plain and Pleated Fronts 'Sizes 28-33 EngagementAnnounced'
more per plant, resulting in a plant

Reg. $6.98 4 to 5 inches taller than Hicks.

.. .. .,.,:' ..C" 30' Florida 22 yields from 10 to 15
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jJI '.. .88 Greenville-.. announce the engagement i percent higher than many of the b
and approaching marriageof leading commercial varieties. It has

their daughter, Sarah Ann to tolerance to brownspot. Ii is susceptible

I NEW. .SHIPMENTS Harold Buchanan, son of Mr and to blackshank and the wilts. ,

Mrs W E Buchanan of Eldorado, Clark says the new variety com-

i Electric Blankets bines a high'yield with a. satisfactory
ii Okla.Miss the Florida
Barclay is a graduate of alkaloid! content, which doesn't :Mr and Mrs Joseph Mandziara presently employed by
the and Industrial Commission.Mr .
.t\ Greenville High School. announce engagement
occur with of the presently
Mr Buchanan is a graduate of any forth-coming marriage of their Bass graduated from Leon

'-' "_ 2 Year Replacement Guarantee ..... Eldorado High School and is now grown commercial varieties. daughter Darlene Marie to Kirby High School and is employed at

\' '< ,-. .. .r "''- in. the U S Navy at Sanford, Fla. Chemical content compares;. favorably Kenneth Bass, son of Mrs C yM Tallahassee Municipal Airport. '
S14 .L The wedding will take place at with those of any leading com i "
: .1" 95 Harrell, of Waycross, Ga and the The marriage will take place at
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.. Single Control the I/ride's home November 10, mercially grown varieties, particu-;
.' late R C Bass Sr, of Tallahassee.,- Trinity Methodist Church in Tallahassee
1961.at 7:00 p. m. larly with, Hicks and; 42, ,the top two in'the
:Miss Mandziara .graduated from Nov 4, 1961 at 7:30
.If [ S1t) 9d No Invitations will be sent but !1fadingvarieties grown' in Florida. Madison High ,.,School and Marsh evening. All friends of the couple
Ji1- :
Control ;'
all friends
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< .Dual and relatives '
: --1IJ! : \ __ ; : ; of ; the : Florida 22 appears to be a vigorous, Business College oL Atlanta She; istsMr are invited., .
couple. are. invited. feeder of plant nutrients' and a!I ,},
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slight modification of the fertilizer i : and Mrs Chuck r Watsoof'. .if '

PILLOWCASES ;;. P etta Ffiture practices may be desirable. to reduce -. Avon' ,,Park, fonner'residents ..,of Gas ,Logs- F: '. ,'

vv growth vigor and improve Madison> have been: guests of Mr .
.' 'field quality of the green leafs, and Mrs Charles Stout here this. Natural! or L P Gas j jEd \ f fI I
'* > FarmerChapter
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(tt curing techniques is needed if the had to go to the hospital for sur-! we COPELAND JR f ;

3 I. 51'OO' ,. The \lass Is"' making, an exhibitto leaf is permitted to fully ripen. gery. Chuck says that when they ,
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in Tallahassee. The exhibit will con- orange color than is usual. with paper they pass'It.- -..on' ".to, another Delaney, 'wno also reads it religiously.

'. -- ,'. :: GIRLS''. 'COTTON. rr sist of pine tree sections equipped most other varieties. former :Madisonian: at Avon Park, .
with cup, gutter, etc., showing the The agronomist points. out that
M ; different_ stages of gum farming. : seasonal conditions will affect: this

Majesty Slips The Chapter is preparing a ,seed variety to the same extent, as other and Cat Gwsers .
bed for the fall garden. Two boys commercial varieties however. 7 to Attention, Deg
Sizes 4 14, Reg. SL25 are responsible for a garden plot
8 harvests be to
required
34 feet by 40 feet. may pro-

Directly: across from the Metho- perly harvest this variety under Due to the alarming increase in rabies both in Madison?

/ 51..00.. dist church in Pinetta, the class is favorable climatic conditions.. and in Jefferson counties, the Town of Greenville,decrees,,

planting a fruit demonstration A full description of the new tobacco effective .. : <
orchard. The plot will include as variety is available in Circu- ? '

\. '. many varieties of fruit as possible.The lar S-134, published by the Florida Nov. 1st 1961 J *! i"
Chapter would like to thank Agricultural' Experiment Stations. .

\ H! ,... Mr Emmett Gaston and Mr George 'jt *-* :
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:. }"t Townsend for donating gilts to, our .' and all dogs and cats found running loose on the

a' "i'i class. The Chapter now has 11 pigs. Madison High School's football ; streets' of the. Town of Greenville without a collar andmetal
1P .., $nnevof these, pigs, willj'be. given,tq for rabies .
h. ... *>>f r.J_ _. __ _,. '. different members' to *start a' pigchain. learn* rant up*'against a 1 wafr""iast : tag stating the animalfcas. meted
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Friday night In Tallahassee and ;
Use Your 30-day Charge or Take Months to payGnp : _, lost to Florid High 20 to 0. It .
Be
.. Will Impomtded
T was Madison's frst defeat after Vf : t

THE WEATHER having won four straight games. '
j .. It is also decreed that if such animals! are not redeemed
Sale $2.50'deposit will hold Juvenile within twelve hours of notification of impounding by "
ireAT Week ending Oct 24th Furniture at SETZER'S till Christ- and they will be des-
HEN I' BOTTLING CO. mas. *. paying all costs, charges expenses,
Max. Min. ILL
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Flwee'slayo Wednesday, 85 55 .00)( 1 ; :/ ..-
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Thursday a 85. ',56 .00)( : THIS DECREE: WILL KE",ENFOReIcll'i :: ; .
Orang* m Highway; Friday 70 .45 .00 MADISON li\ j ..., >\ .
Upper 10Strawberry Across from Precisionware Plant Saturday 75 41 .00 ;.. "

'..e Root 8Mr A Friday Oct 27 9:00: a m Monday Sunday. 78 80 47 46 .00.00 Ice &: StorageNOW By Order of the Mayor .,

the Greenville City Hall Saturday Oct. 28th
Dr Davis will be at -
FO 1-2775 LIVE OAK Tuesday_: 82 53 .00
PHONE Mrs. Carl Sackett, of Canon City, '" : <; from 1 until 3 pm for the purpose of vaccinating. dogs and cats.ATTENUON .
Colo, is visiting her sister Mrs A H '-'- -- '"- .
CIRCUIT COURT Hancock, herethis week Total f .00<< Curing and SmokingMEAT
-- No rainfall week ending OctiSlst .

minor, by his next at any of the forestry stations.
Vickers, a
friend Gary, Monte G Vickers, plaintiff, WOOD YARD OPENS Sun rises Oct 27th 6:45 am, sets GREENVILLE AREA FARMERS! '
Bob Oglesby, an operator of wood-
Frank J 5:51 ,,
C Smid and pm. .
Alleen "
vs yards in 3 states, has opened for ,
Smid Jr. defendants. Settlement in Moon, rises Oct 27th 9:11 pm. .
business in Madison and is .
favor of plaintif in, amount of $750 buying pine and hardwood pulpwood now- Moon in constellation of Taurus Buy One, Get One Free of OUR STORE IN GREENVILLE IS NOW LOCATED IN '.

approved and case dismissed with saw timber and Veneer Wood. Oct 27th. THE BUILDING ACROSS FROM THE BANK. .. f

prejudice. His Woodyard is located just east of High tide Oct 27th' at $t Marks "
Willamine R :Williams, plaintiff. the Mayo highway below the over- light 4:40 am.CELEBRATE Mar j .Carter Part WE: HAVE: PLENTY OF F.R.M. FEED, FIELDSEED-, ;}
-'vs Stanley A Williams, defendant. pass. Local operators are Bin Lamb HARDWARE AND FARM SUPPLIES. r

f Custody of children awarded to and Albert Kelley.Mr 40th ANNIVERSARY .: BASS.iO
MANAGER RONALD
to $50 per CONTACT OUR STORE ,
plaintiff. defendant pay and $50 Oglesby's firm is Producers .:.....:....... FREEZER LOCKERS AND GRINDING NEEDS. OUR MOBILE ,"
alimony and support FOR YOUR CUSTOM
.week Timber Service, which *
offers BULK STORAGE
a ,
Mr and Mrs Albert Williams '
attorney's lees.j GREENVILLE AREA'EVERY THURS-
temporary. qualified timber manager consultation MILL IS IN THE ;
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celebrated their 40th Wedding :Anniversary -. .
.and selective: harvesting service. DAY. ,.
Mrs Mamie Wednesday Oct 25th. '
Mrs Willie Kent. A Woodyard creates market for
Lizzie a .:t. ICE : .DAY OR NIGHT % US: ON YOUR FARM NEEDS FEED
Long of Live Oak and Mrs the small as' well as the large land -..., 'Y CHECK' WITH : ,

Brown of Jacksonville spent Wednesday owner (and an opportunity: for farmers LAND DEALS -.. !- SEED HARDWARE. OR' OTHER FARM SUPPLIES.
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'with their cousins, SrniuJ-1I Mrs JJM I and Miss Josie Shafer wife to, .. '
Pafford woodyard will buy one load or atrainload. Stanley J and Don
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_: Mr Oglesby .,said the local .JayceeS Sec 26. TP 3 N!<"R'9 E, 0.65 acre. '-, lp Cans S NEas
.FrIOiI were co-operative in the move Maggie DeLoacl to J H Glover, ;- -- ..:- .
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certain timber located in :Sec 14. 1 Ib. up
to locate the woodyard. Madison S
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; F allHU36O1 ,..Jt DEEP and SHALLOW Fred Dasher to Otis E Singleton W..ds.nDankI:4) : EED :
and}':-wjfe. sixty acres:in,.Sec,36. Tp [ ,
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,f. Red I Ripe All Purpose
.'. r. T Dressed Whiting tB ISc

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:: 25 / MAIL BOTTLE CAP AND DONUT LABEL FOR FULL REFUND OF THE PRICE -#
:<. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS OF DONUTS!QUART SIZE APPLE CIDER EXCLUDED! GET DETAILS IN STOREI '-..:':_
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MERCHANTS WITH THE PURCHASE GREEN OT STAMPS 3 Ui "Dill. Pickles HALF 49--
PKD HICK SLICES FARMER DRAY IiMIT-1 COFFEE CAL. .
." BACON OF YOUR CHOICE .
AY DU*REGULAR low PRICC .. f WITS $2.50 FOOD ORDER' .
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FRIDAY' OCTOBER. 27th, 1 961 THE, ENTERPRISE-RECORDER- : PACE SEVEtfC .
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a .IN THE: CIRCUI'P; 'COURT OF THE I ALICE EUDORA JARVIS DECEASED i lying northerly of and within 50 "

7 THIRD' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN COLVIN W JARVIS,1 feet of the survey line of State J For FUEL OH, CallJP Announcing The Opening Of ;

AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, EXECUTOR OF SAID ESTATE Road S-146, Section 35580-2150, ,

FLORIDA SUBJECT TO: Judgment recordedin said survey line being described as JOHNSON .
LAW N0.STATE -- J L Book 3 at page. 39 in follows: Beginning the east line ;,

ROAD DEPARTMENT favor of Orange State Oil Com- of Section 25, Township 3 North, -
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"FLORIDA, an ,Agency of the State pany, and, Judgment recorded in Range 7 .East at a point 3585: feet HU ,3-2277 3

of Florida, and J L Book 1 at page 117 in favorof northerly ,from the southeast.corner

,.MADISON COUNTY, a Political Patrick Furniture Company, I of said Section 25, run thence North WEEKLY FISHING BULLETINWe ft1 Barrett s Studio

Subdivision of the State of Florida; and Tax Lien recorded in Lien 53 degrees 27 34" Westl47L06 feet caught two nice bass Tuesday : i

: Petitioners, Book 1 at page 295 in f favor of to the northeasterly extension of the evening one's at
." ; weight was 6% Ib, .
.v. Internal Revenue Service
LaurieW west line of Block 32, original townof the
_ J CAROLYN ALSTROM, et.aL-_. Tomlinson, Director. Lovett,,Florida, according to plat other's 5% lb. We were usinga _' 221 \V. HOWARD ST.
Defendants SRD No. 39-R, 40-R, 42-R. recorded in Deed Book S, at page Plastic eel, a neon 'o e'with c: '
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NOTICE OF RULE NISI RIGHT OF WAY 230 of the public records of Madi- a white streak down the back. '
live Oak
,' NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN That part of ((1)) N1I4' of SEA of son County, Florida, at a point The next day ,we went fishing '- .. Fla.
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| PROCEEDINGS Section 25, Township 3 North, Range 30.78 feet northeasterly from the in the Great Tampa Bay. We caught -'-- -
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f IN THE NAME AND BY THE 7 East, AND (2)) Blocks 29'30, 31, northwest: corner of said Block 32, a I31b Carved; and found an -; ::=': hone Forrest 2-1940

AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF 32, 33, 34, 35 and 36, of the origi containing 0.150 acres more or less,I oyster bar at .low tide and helped \: :
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FLORIDA: nal Town of Lovett, Florida, according exclusive of existing road right of I our selves. ..
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'( E ;TO ALL WHOM rr :MAY CONCERN to plat recorded in Deed .way. Lawrence Rowell : ; Ht t rnhm'Il".nUl.." l" 1 '.

f and to all persons and Book "S" at page 230, public OWNED BY: EUNICE BURNETTE, j:., t,::
I records'of Madison County, Florida We do Commercial d personal Photo Work "'
parties having or: claiming any BESSIE LOVETT NEEL. MAMIE ; ,>:..'
I. right, title, interest, estate, mortgage lying each side of and within 50 SCHAFER BETTY LOVETT CONSERVATIONBy We will take out-of-town appointments :"';;--l ,.:

or other lien to or in the parcels I feet of the survey line of State AND MARIE ROBERTS AND Develop Films Handle Camera, Supplies

of, land hereinafter described and Road S-146, Section 35580-2150, HER HUSBAND. KENNETH Call on us for any of your photography needs ,
L. C Bruner
'$he following persons, together with said survey line being described'as 'ROBERTS
all"unknown persons 'claiming by; follows: Beginning the East line TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration (Soil Conservation Service) H. GARNET:FISHER, Photographer JACK BARRETT, Owner

through or under known persons i of Section 25, Township' 3'' North of Taking has been filed in the The largest land grading job

who:are dead ,or who are not known Range 7 East' at a point 358.9 feet above-styled cause, by the 'Petitioners ever undertaken uT North Floridawas I SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on several

'to* be dead or alive: *i Northerly from the Southeast'corner the acquiring authority of these completed on the A D Reams i top-of-the line G-E' appliances at TelevisionTrouhIe ? I

SECTION 35580-2601 STATE ROAD, ; said Section 25, run ,thence North proceedings, of the taking of the Jr farm south of Greenville Oct. 21. Howerton Supply Co. r '

S-146 MADISON COUNTY NAMES 53 degrees 27 34" West 2783.50 above-described lands, for, the purpose ,Howard Ellison, ,the 'contractorused '.-... f':::!:
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AND ADDRESSES 1 feet to the .beginning of a curve concave set ,forth in the Petition in this a nine-yard dirt pan to move DASHER FARM SOLD Calf Lee Radio & T-V for fast and

Carolyn Alstrom, 3711 Barbara to the Northeast having : a cause ,viz:, As right, of way for ;a approximately twenty 'five hundred Mr and reliable service. We service all

;;Drive. Anchorage, Alaska radius of 1909.86 feet run thence portion of State Road No. S-146 in yards: of dirt from the top of two Orlando have Mrs Otis E Singleton the 65-acre of makes. Factory trained technician
bought
SRD No. 39-R, 40-R, 42-R Northwesterly, North and 'Northeasterly Madison County Florida, and that lulls to fill three small ponds, anda with 16 .years experience. Phone
farm of Mr and Mrs Fred Dasheron
Carl Alstrom 3711 Barbara. Drive along said curve through the Honorable R H Rowe, one of; one hundred by five hundred foot HU 36182. 5-tf-ch
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Anchorage, Alaska an'angle of 64 degrees 42' 57" a the judges ,of the Circuit Court in wet The SR 360'about 13 miles! south of
area. filling of these small
SRD No. 39-R, 40-R, 42-R distance 2157.20 feet to the North the Third Judicial Circuit of Florida, 1'Iadison.r: Singleton is, a bull FOR ELECTRONIC _
Homer P Lovett, 316 S. Central line of Section 25, Township 3 will, on the ,23rd day' of October, :ponds or pot holes as they are dozer contractor and will bring

Ave. Blackshear Georgia North, Range 7 East (South line of 1961, at 11:00 a. m., in Circuit ':sometimes called, has improved: the land-moving equipment with him. Piano Tuning r

SRD No. 39-H 40-R, 42-R Section 24, Township' 3 North, Court Chambers in Madison County slope of land, connected two 'fields Bob and Beanie Searcy of United .

Bessie Lovett Neel, 115 Mclves Range 7 East) at a ooint 3019.8 Courthouse at Madison, Florida and increased the, acreage, approximately Farm Agency handled the sale. .. .CALL .*. .'
:-t St, Greensboro.. North Carolina feet Westerly from the Southeast consider 'said Declaration of Taking, four' acres. 1

-. SRD No. 55 II corner' of said Section 24, containing appoint appraisers, and make such The contractor began' the operation Wiring and Repair.ElectricCo. W. T. RYCROFT: :

Patrick' Furniture Company 3326 acres more or less, exclusive of order as the Court deems proper. by cutting the high point of ;

r Quitman. Georgia existing: road right of way. All parties to the suit and all parties the hill down three feet. After the Phone: Cherry TAke 8389 or ]

SRD No. 28-R, 54, 58. 59 OWNED BY:, HOMER P LOVETT, interested may appear and be'heardat first cut was made the top soil Bryan Write: Rt. 3 Madison., Fla.. .
Frank Smith, 50 West Haven FRANK SMITH AND HIS WIFE the time 'and place designated.You from the adjacent area was spread .1 -

Arcadia California SARAH_SMITH, W J LEWIS and each of you, are hereby over the excavated area.This -,

SRD No. 39-R, 40-R, 42-R AND HIS WIFE, FRANCES commanded to appear by filing an !method of handling the top soil w 't :
Sarah Smith, 50 West Haven LEWIS AND CARL ALSTROM 'answer to the. Petition 'heretofore I saved the soil for future '
Arcadia California ,AND' HIS WIFE, CAROLYN filed in this cause in the entitled duction. crop pro-
ALSTROM Court on or before_ the :28th day of Lwilou5 '
SRD No. 39-R, 40-R, 42-R
Land grading is limited"to soils
November, 1961, to show what
SUBJECT TO: Judgment recordedin
SRD No. 28-R, 54, 58, 59 .that are deep enough so'' the needed
Judgment Book 1 at page 5 in right title,' interest or: liens you,
COMFORT AND
RIGHT OF WAY favor of J Vickers, d/b/a Vickers or any of you have in and to the cuts can be made without permanently -

That part of ((1) NEU of NW's Implement Company, and ''Mortgage above-described lands and show reducing productivity.. Yields '

lying south and west of Madison Madison recorded in O. R. Book 71 at page cause why the same should not be may be lower after some landgrading = BEITERJIEALTH'!
Road in
and Thomasville" 31 !114 in favor of Corene Studstill, taken for the use and purpose set jobs; but most soils con be
Florida, in Section ,
County,
forth in the Petition filed herein.
i and unrecorded lease Claud
Township 3 North, Range 8 East and held'by, restored to their original productivity -
WITNESS my hand and seal of '
(2). Lot'1 of Block 27 of the Origi- SRD Alton No.King 55 said Court on this 10th day of in two or 'three- years by' the AMERICMj' tandard -

nal Town of Lovett, Florida, as re- October, 1961. use of good soil 'management 'prac-
RIGHT OF WAY -
corded in Deed Book "S" Page 230 DALE M LESLIE, tices.
That: part of a parcel of land ,
house'4
; Whole
of .the,.public records' of Madison jjescjibed ..as bounded on the .east .Clerk of'the Circuit, Court of Mad- Farmers interested in free technic SSndifioriTng

CountyttfFlorida.. lying each side of :fty :,the 'east line of Section 25. ison County, Florida. cal assistance in land grading and
and within 50 feet of the survey By: Jane W Baker, Deputy Clerk drainage contact the ,Madison
Township. 3 North, Range 7 East, may ,
line of State Road S-146, Section bounded. on the, south by, the DAVID M. ANDERSON Soil Conservation District office. Low Cost*. ty Payments;* FHAT rens F "
35580-2150, said survey line being Holland Building 3 I
to \
Thomasville Madison public
highway : .
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described as 'follows. Beginning ,ont i I ,and >bounded on the west by Tallahassee, FloridaOf ; r :,ji '" ..' 1
,the east line of Section 3l,. Township the easterly boundary' line of Counsel for Petitioners FOR FUEL OIL, CALL, .

3 North, Range 8 East at a unnamed street of the Town an of (SEAL) C. T. (Buddy.. ) McWifflams, Jr; / JOHN F. ,AGNERCOA d'i i

point 669 feet Northerly from the Lovett, Florida, all being in" theSE 7-4t-ch ,AGENT STANDARD OIL. CO.- f 1-c' i t
of said Section PLUMBING AND HEATING :
Southeast corner : ,
t of the SEK of Section 25, ., .... HU 3-2279 .
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31, run thence North 54 degrees 20'C3" Township 3 North, Range 7 East. 'If1m ,..."..-Ul/f"\ "" :\iiI .r HU 3-6604 :Madison Fla :'1
West 318.08 feet to the begin- I .- -.. .
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ning of a curve concave to .the ,',.
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Northeast radius.of ,- ':4.
having a ., -
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2864.79 feet, run thence Northwesterly '
along said curve through ,t r! ; i
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a total "central angle of 18 degrees ... ...... ," ... .; .;: ,. ,.
39' 50" a, distance of 933.26 feet to : 'f. '" :
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the end of said curve, run thence /- -
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40' 13" West 'W"t "
North 35 degrees ;" :
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458.25 feet to the beginning of a I '. P.' .
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curVe concave Oo .the Southwest .. -I-'"' -.;' -, ) :' .J:-':_,........,('"' ,...'"
having a radius of 1432.40. feet, run

thence Northwesterly along said :
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curve through a total central angle ,J[ .'_

of 29 degrees 50' 30" a distance of ,1,. I
746.0 feet to the end of said curve, "

run thence North, 65 degrees 30 43" .
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West 796.24feet: to the beginning .. H fi '" .,
to the Northeast r ..
j of a curve concave "
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having a radius of 1909.86feet, run t'I\ ':.-" 1t'oJ ,

thence Northwesterly along said ,

curve through a ,total central angleof i' : r r'H V i !

35 degrees 03 40" a distance of ,..
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1168.76 feet to the end of said '" -'fi'' -, <<'':.... *iw -
curve, run thence North' 30 degrees rte.,,, Above is the striking 300 convert&lel

27 03" West 1029.56. feet to the g Deep, contour bucket seats are standard on .thismodebGfiMSLER :,
beginning of a curve concave to the ., -- '
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Southwest having a radius of 1909.86 ...... f. .,,; l4.i. '. .:.
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feet, run thence Northwesterly along + ( '

said curve through a total central Th _

angle of 23,degrees 00'31" a distanceof :. [ '" ;A: *:' ;':'

766.90 feet to the end of said : ... "
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curve, run thence North 53 degrees ,.., f-i., "''' .:62K ;" < ,;.A.\. 1."IFt. "f p-
27 34" West 605.97 feet to the "" '.
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North line of Section 31 Township '-. t" ',
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3 North Range 8 East (South line : > i ., ,
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of Section 30, Township 3 North. ', ,'" : : .I':'
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Range )8 East) at a point 488.37 I'"r.. .. 'FEATURES THE NEWJULLSEE The new Chrysler 3003 pedigree runs'seven champions deep t: 1--: r

feet Easterly from the Southwest .. .. Chrysler's new full-size its series comes in three fired-up ,. 1f .
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corner t'of said Section 30 run it. ..J i-.lt: rlr 30OJWWAGREAT models! Now priced just above the '62 Newport, the full-size '"

thence ;North 53 degrees 27' 34" price surprise
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601.83 feet to the West line .
West
Remarkable automobiles! With such wide
a selection of '
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t of Section 30, Township 3 North, 4.
Range '8 East (East line of Section options you can almost design your own 300! like deep ". r r

t 25 Township 3 North Range 7 East) leather contour seats? Power steering? A V-8 engine with '" -

at a point 358.9 feet Northerly from the kick of 380 horses? Choose any,of these with+ you/3001 mEANEWmL-srLB ,.," \ .

the Southeast corner of said Section "... nUl\RMERt..TJ1DDC Standard equipment includes torsion-bar_ suspension,'stil1rated" 1 2 964. '
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25, run: thence North 53 degrees J: : best for smooth ride and handling by the experts all- i I -J
2T 34" West 1471.06 feet to the 'I
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.extension of the West ThThAEWIfl'PJ.alternator' retail '
Northeasterly price for
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iao yo ..uDor.
line of of Block Lovett 32. Florida of the, original as re- ;'..;. PRICE RANGE!' free thrills'! of a 300 sports' ride. At your: Chrysler; : dealer's -r. t charge >IHute txduswe wall tint of extra acttiaatian. s / .
Town
corded in Deed Book "S", page 230. f #- ', .. today! And.again no jr.: editions to_compromise your investment!:... ',- ; ."..' ,. .
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Madison .
of the public records of } :i't '. : '
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County Florida. at a point 30.78 .. :
2
feet Northeasterly from the North ;

west corner of said Block "32 containing "'). I. ._ __ NEWPORT 13001 'NEW YORKER __ __.
0.811 acres more or less ,
exclusive of existing road right of r
RAGANS MOTOR- COMPANY
way. ; .
OWNED BY: COLYIN W JARVIS "
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AND WIFE, i
JARVIS, HIS, AND ESTATE 'OF 700 EAST BASE STREET i J .........M VII N,'FiOWA __. .

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PAGE; EIGHT THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA: '; ,, FRIDAY OCTOBER.'27thJ196T. {
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; .. sls ads about aoj spu jno tpiBM poe ;,. ((Too Late To Classify)) ... Fire-Sak- '. : : tt.ltq"O/lMlOW CST, STORM DOORS, : ,

:' :, .:.: 'lsaq baA sac IB pooj .IoJ' sn .tJ. ., AT. ;; Is IHCIOSOKS .:
WINOOWSpORtH
: '. :(';V- \ :"VIA 'uoslpRW! SALE / I*

.=. .. :' .. oe sn NO a ITIITO T Floree'sMayo I usa 'HOLD IN HEAT KEEP OUT COlD .

! ?;.- "- '" uq31x'trlunaJ: 4tlraucro; ON PEELED CANE AND Highway I ftP; Save up to 40%on fuel

REED PATIO FURNITURE! Across from Precbionware Plant -
: OLE.RJ
1 A1ON3fflflLII1 Also 2-Pc children's suites manu- 'I c:RV6TAL
Oct 27
Friday 9:00
: factured here. A small deposit will : a m .. .

'. I : ,;", hold till Christmas. They are built tI
--'--.'': S .,;j. strong enough to support two adults. CALENDAR OF THE SMALL I $ :
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.......::. ::1.'r .a..' 18-ft LARSON boat and trailer CLAIMS COURT, ,- A
-almost' HALF RRICE.
: Oct 20 1961 lI.
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's' *aotidV 'Ato I.
MOl I boat '-iii
15-ft LARSON speed and
W C
Copeland Jr
._'. :SItU. JOj alqu 1* paAjas aq Touur3: trailer-LESS than half price. vs Ray Cruce. .
: 19.60; Judgment by Default.. .. : _

'i 03 OJ. John F Collett Sr, vs Mrs Lester Mrs J G Ashley and :MrSAE-
Lewis HamesSETZER'S D Studstill WEHAVEtheV
5350; Dismissed paidin Fraleigh returned Tuesday from a
\ -': full "- two weeks' the New
OV3H8: SHOPPING CENTER motor trip to
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J B Davis vs J B Hughey 18.32; England states and New York.

e S FOR SALE: Five-room house.' Can Judgment by Default.J They reported the brilliant foliagein v
: be bought cheap. Good roofing, B Davis
vs Jean Croft, 39.17; New England{ shining through
some good and some bad flooringand
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S'IO1V1Odj
Judgment by Default snow in some areas as most beau-
ceiling. Lots of good brick in .
,J' ) pillars and chimney. Two porches. J B Davis vs Shorty Norris 31.80; tlfu ,.. _

House will have to be taken down Dismissed paid in full. -x- CRYSTAL CtEAR Oat*

,.,'. .. and moved. Inquire at MRS: C E Eason's vs Marcus Peek, 32.62; CUTTACK SEW or SEAL 291MlMkwU
':-' I Issas 3HX AHX MEACHAlvrs STORE Greenville, Judgment by Default. Mr and Mrs 0 C Hodnett were HUNDREDS OF USES u K
; visitors in Ocilla, Ga, Sunday and INDOORS A OUTDOORS *
(. XS3H 3RL a3ItLL 3AVH I1OA H3.LJV i SWIO.l! HOOT Fla. near Lpvett. Fla. 9-lt-pd Eason's* vs Eddie Leonard 51.89 attended Homecoming,at the Methodist ,a.wtl.O Mr.e.$tO.M. -WMa N0KOt.I1 .
Judgment by Default.Dr : .
,,' FOR SALE: One 13 ft. Philco church
B 0 Mercer Junior Mc- there.X t
vs.
,.: freezer, chest type, excellent con- -
dition. One feather mattress with Rae 6.50; Trial set for later date.% Mr and Mrs Sam Martin of Al-

new ticking. Phone HU 3-6749. Dr B O Mercer vs Eddie Gallon, tavista Va and three children
MRS IRENE SHEPPARD. 9-lt-pd 6.50; Judgment by Default. '
spent last weekend with Mr and Gordon L Williams
Dr B- 0 Mercer
vs Diese
Ed
BOAT FOR SALE:. Dandy light Mrs A C Hester and Stephen in a. _
boat, used once, like new. Cost 1150;*Judgment by Default. Madison. Ph. HU 3-6244 Madison

$75. Leaving town, will sell for Dr B 0 Mercer vs George Wright,I

$45. See at WELLS. BOAT CO. 6.50; Trial set for later date.

..oo'- .92tpdFOR Dr B O Mercer vs Rena, Artz / .t'
32.50; Judgment by Default.Dr Dr Dean Mink .' ti. ,!U\,
l SALE: 7-room house, inside ; .. .
: raipnp: PkI! city limits. % acre land. Call.HU B O Mercer vs Julius Barrs. ...,'. ... .{.4.,.tJU' _
9-4t-ch 23.50; Dismissed,paid in full. "
36406. _
Dr B 0 Mercer: vs Gerald Pid- A .Chiropractor in Valdosta-extends. .-.y.;\

THREE OF FOUR'FIRES CAUSED FOR electric SALE fan: Duotherm kerosene heater tank, metal with geon 23.50; Judgment by Default.Dr a "cordial welcome to the people of Madison ", ;; n
BY CARELESSNESS aC@I B 0 'Mercer vs Walter Bar-
stand and tubing. MRS F C
copper field, 650; Trial set for later date. county in need of efficient Chiropractic
325 NW Meeting St. .
theresult GLASS .
all are '
Three-rourths of fires > : '
Dr B O"Mercer vs Tommy Mc- -
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9-tf-ch
r of human carelessness Under-the COME HAVE the FUNat Kinney, 5.50; Judgment by Default. care. If you have,a health problem, you ",

National Board of Fire FOR SALE: Setter pups 7 weeks D W Chason vs R P Rodgers need( the benefits of ffo i.
Chiropractic care.fa
of fire .
T-writers: found from' study old. BILL OLIVER HU 3-6876 .' -. -. .*.*.. .. t r
60.63 Dismissed paid in fulL *
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causes. CHERRY LAKE SCHOOLHaDowe' Madison. 9-lt-ch ,.. >.r
I Don't
When people are careful about fire ;Andrews Dept Store vs Lonnie -put. it off(- -!F. : ;" .* ,,... ,

hazards the number of fires drops., Carnival I Waitress Wanted Jennings, 32.96; Judgment by Default ; I ; '.; \f. ,'"'-'"' ;.

en ; .
Open Daily .913 N, .Ashley, '"
Andrews Dept Store vs W F Ph.. CH 23042
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On Tuesday Night Valdosta Ga.
CHUCK WAGON 9-12 & 2-6 ,
Carol 47.55; Judgment by Default ,-.

Dr ,B O, Mercer vs. Hazel Alford,
OCTOBER 31st
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,. 6.50; Continued.
BAND INSTRUMENTS WANTEDThe
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CHICKEN PILAU SUPPER. .
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SOS NG 50c PLATE Madison High School Band f 61. .
needs usable band instruments If ;" '" i ,
.Served at 6 !Lunch I ;; .:,
pm room. you have a band instrument that .
I' willing to donate to the "-
VISIT THE AUDITORIUM you are
I School please contact MR HARRIS A "

Flay Rides, Games, Parade, I at: Madison. High School. 9-4t-ch WN.I /

.... Today's clean-burning Shell Horror House. Country Store, .
I ** .. : .
Heating Oil give "
can ,more Boothst" IBM POS ION"OP :

:warmth per dollar. And help Nt '.h _
.CMtICl1TPd.. hv TTIA PTA
hold down repair bills. .r--: -- -" --- --- Permanent position with large ....> .

I .. food manufacturer as IBM operator- y---- ';
Get Shell Heating Oil together < supervisor' open for :qualified man or .f-J

with valuable heating oil I ir. !J iI woman. Do not phoneor come see .
it
I us but first write if interested giv- i ih
."ServIce. I ing experience. age, and other in: -" /-' ', f. Wt4tGn4( !L .

MRS UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAMrs formation.W. t -.OJ
B. RODDENBERY CO.. INC. a

Ralph W Nimmons, Jr com- Cairo, Georgia
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'9-3t-ch
.. peting with 20 young wives was -
i: : selected Mrs University of ..Florida H AJMPiONs
STRAYED: One shorthorn:. cow, 6 ,

., .c for 1962. She was formerly Penny strawberry color, smooth crop S '
Pickles and is the wife of af-U F
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overbit, underbit in right ear. M

:i: : :.! Law Student. C HERRING, Rt 3, Madison. L
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She is the daughter of 'rand f 8ltpdWBANK TIRE

Mrs Arthur W Pickles of, Jackson- .
; .h. 1 "
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}. ville and grand-daughter of Mrs FAL _.
Nancy Pickels of Madison and niece
.-;:";";+" '1 Call HU 3-6601 of Mrs Roy Wainwright,', Mrs Sam Farm Timber Ranch Loans Speedway proved for turnpike :

.,,i. :: .J. Lamb', Mrs Kenneth Burnett and Long Terms low Interest :

''iI'i'; '. Mrs Albert Williams all of Madison. SEE THE REPRESENTATIVE AT safety. .with the .,Firestoneprecisionbladeci THE READ EXCLUSIVE ALL ABOUT ; :
'J.:
,. THE MADISON COURT HOUSE t eATURES..th.t It
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING. treaa design .? make this the- most .1 .
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f ansabontl tire buy
: JBDAVINC. $2.50 DEPOSIT WILL HOLD '
: ALUMINUM AWNINGS on tht mtrfctt today '
JUVENILE FURNITURE AT SET- NEVER BEFORE available on a .

:." : MADISON FLAW ZER'STILL CHRISTMAS. I Custom built to specifications .

.: 1 J JI I I l HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. tire selling at. this price! '_....- '1 Ulnll a..m. .

BAPTISMAL RITES
NOW OPEN AND BUYING


Pine and Hardwood Pulpwood old George son of Hollister Mr-and Graham Mrs Frank 3 months Gra- "NYLON II f 1 :t [ I:

ham,, was administered the rites of eOaN
w+a
ae.
SAW TIMBER; AND VENEER WOOD baptism at St Mary's Episcopal church

.Sunday morning Oct 2. nd, The with Firestone Nationwide .
We Buy one load or a carload and standing timbera Rev Roger Porter officiated. "': Pitt tax tftdtirt J
.. 'cGodparents
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wm.rosREGARDLESS
off
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for the baby are Mrs ISMQNTHROAD CORD BOOT :
; See BILL LAMB, ALBERT KELLEY or BOB OGLESBY Davis Mr OF Firm*** prvM....* .
Benjamin
: ... Jay Livingstonand I ( .. If
S CONDITION Ukn* atT Mr Ralph Hollister, an uncle. '. HAZARDSUARAHTEO ....wr....
: : ,number of relatives: and friends .. : e.70-18 Stank ;i

t. attended the ceremony and after- Tube-Tie" ==+In y;
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." I' :OUARANTKBO> ,; FORESTRY MANAGEMENT SERVICE Jacksonville maternal grandparentsand All Sizes _
Prices on
it kfect io orkm Introductory .
Mrs Carl Sackett of Canon s AlaI < n- .
} ship and materials (or the OU&UTY
41T\e More :YouCut Your'Timber RIGHT City, Colorado, paternal grand: life at the orvuul trmd. 1II.aUf&CT\l1llQ
Z.AffMnst normal road haxardc
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the more timber you grow.' parent came to their grandson'sbaptism. (except repairable puneturw) val Ma.. a.r au.n.
NO MQIMEY 1 iIJ"Wtt.n""
encountered ia ne".day', wad b rra.....
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paMenger car oat
number of month specified.RraaiCs old
with tires
Mr and Mrs Frank Graham of JUde1Irithoat.dw'p.' your <,
PIIOYlD
..: ; ; DO BUGS BOTHER YOU? -. Tampa.and their children Frank m, wear nplacoacata and baaed time prorated of on adjustment list on prices traad FREE Installation ?.Uf..rgiYCureeatat .

._" ... Tova and Susan,. spent .the week
r end with Mr and, Mrs T F'Livingst .
OKAY, LET'S, GET RID OF 'EM. AND ;FAST CALL' on, Jr and friends.' .

'. US NOW COLLECT IF ROACHES:.ANTS WATER.- Mr and Mrs .Graham 'were entertained .J. ..J ..i
by. friends at the Madison
BUGS, FLEAS AND TERMITES ARE jlfAHING YOUR Country Club Saturday afternoon.
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,+ YOU MUST.... .:BE SATISFIED. .* .=*; Fir ML (OIL, CJsJJKllt :; '-.<.-. ;-." I'Cit. -i.to. JM .!.i .

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TillS column this week Is in- \:;: .J' "x

for church members, > ".; _
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\ dotted-line members by baptismand J. W 0 : .
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personal profession of faith. \ .. / ;.
It makes'no difference what kind __ ; '
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.of char chi what name it has ,: ., ,,
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., \trine. People may; .. .
u "v war ask you the ques "
4 tion: Are __ i 1f.
you a ; ,
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Christian, and _______fi _
get a little double ... _
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talk well A '". ..'- Iio. .

maybe I am, !JI( qS Y Ty'.. ...,, > "' .
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t maybe not. CdA..M< .-I-,-."---' .r rr"" X. :{: ;:;: +
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But if a
hey 'ask' you. .... ... r ',.;-... )S:' ::r:;,: ,.
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Are you a member V
Dr. Foreman: of a church? :+Y .

-that calls for a blackandwhiteanswer. w VIV .,
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It isn't a question at this ; V ,:
moment; How good a "member: I ,. ,

i-are you? but, Are you a'member '' "
t';-at all-If your name is, on any -

! note after it that reads, "Gone. :?YVV : .
left no address," even It there's t 4
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after your name that means ... Jh: ;:- .b v} .

-4'inactive"-we haven't seen him _
around in a"blue moon-even so,-
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jrou're some kind of member'andmaybe
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the one that most needs.
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some friendly advice. '

liik-members + : ;;; 4 -' '- ; :"r : : q __ 0IlFi-

Anybody is counted a "full" or < _
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'"regular" member in most Chris- .

Ian churches: who, has deliberately : 'T : ,*<
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and publicly 'confessed his 4.'T *
iaith in the Savior and promised < >:

allegiance him and his pit *xH
hurch. But these members are T -I *..1f

not always full not always regu- ; : J o >
--.Jar. We can' see three' levels of .
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'"members" the church; any ;
church at all has 'these three "! >
levels.' The point to be made is "
first that' sometimes' at the lowest n s

.level, "belonging", does Snot --.4it" >:
mean much, but that (in the sec
end' lace we' are expected to t.

grow as church,members all the ,*
while as we.grow in our personal
lives-' Christians.,: wX
as The lowest --
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arir.w'r%v.'w+athxvwl aswuawww .rar. +wwrivii.5'
level of belonging is merely to : :, ,.. i.. --r :1:
have: ,your;;name.oA some,church.':, THE: CHURCHF.OR ALL, V "
roll ,or :cardindex-In their file ;. _. w.
.CHURCH .. .
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ALL THE
.omewhere/Its...hard_to sea whprling" ..; : 'FOR' .. ; -- q '
anybof should' call this, %elongr,': rt, ,. .ThC;: h.i! completed. At the word "zero," electronic nlfacle,, ." JlIt} ;.....
at'alL
'disappeared If from such the a "member"church en: -.the budding character.[ ,,incTgood iiz n'hiphappen.. The VV rocket zooms skyward,and, .seems to penetrate the infinite.. '- ;-.11. .' ,'

lirely, swallowed up.in,a crack,in, 4 ,It is a storehouse of spintualalues. Without'a R __ ._ .t ..
the earth like Dathan and Abiram .1 Church, neither democracy nor civilization But it V hash't.Man's efforts fall far of the '
"XNum.. 16:31), no core in the strong greatest short solving mystery, ; .-.':f' )__ -
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church would miss them. can SUMVe. There arc,four,sound reasons why ,;. ... }
that is life itself; The answer ris..,known unto GOd., ,And man's greatest., : r

Present or Aeecnnttd For J- every'person should attend services.regularly and. troubles still concern not the universe but man' himself and his .fellowmen :
,On the level next --above these support the Church. They are: (1)! For his J .. i Fj
:do-nothing, benothing'"mem*' .._ v
own sake.; (2), Forms children's l sake. (3) For .i,, ...,,,_
I jbers, are the benchwarmers.iThey ? j The greatest scientists. today realize even more acutely than most. of us tndlimitations' ; _;
small section of the the sake of his community-and nation. (4) For t
keep a t ( I t
I of mankind.From deep personal experience' they )know how des f _
same pew warm for: ,an iour 'the sake'of the Church itself which needs his 1 ,

every Sunday Sunday when it. .doesn't. well rain every.or .' .... 1 j- :moral :and material support.- Plan, to go to perately man needs-God's love and His;gill dance. And they know t90i that no .) -

when Cousin Becky doesn't bring'. j .church regularly I and I read your Bible. daily. matter how'"invincible" their',rocket may become, 'in the'end, true
VI day.her; children These'members,' over to. ,,spend are the the _.,. ._ be achieved only by God's own workings' thin: the hearte* :and minds? r. JI1. .' ',r- '

kind that would be missed if they ."

'y weren't there. Maybe they; "even ,' Pray for this kind_ (peace. in: churcLnext Sunday; _
But that's far .
sing. fts .as_they
will go. They are strong believers # Monday '"Tuescfay"Jeremiah : t diY- .\. ...
in sitting for the ,Lord but ,workIng ., r ti. \ }; : Sunday Wednesday Thursday. Friday S :
V for the 'Lord something, -- :Psalms' Job Isaiah' John Phfflpp&i 1 B..f1 i3"

they never got up the nerve,to 42:1-8: 23:8-15. ,7:1-7; ,! 9J1-7 '1425-31' 4:4-9 ,: .:; I :;

'try. If they leave for: another' '. .. .
town, they are*. dismissed as "in '-.
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JIaErJl lr.ur. TI ( -r\y.iJ!
good and regular standing"; it J

might better read "in good and 1 r
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regular sitting. ". Jt
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UMfally' .AltJ Ire Mwfetrs _. L'.r o J.'" ,
The top level ofiChureh'mem.bershlp } ..
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'members. We "usefully"; '
ecausft active member These ReligiousMessages Are Being Published Each >
t an .may Week Sponsoredby the Following Individuals. and V
be busy: as a house y._Jjuzxinghither : .- Establishments: .t. .-. and but nOthIng -
yon doing :; .' \j f "
that needs to be'done and getting ;-{ -, ,,J \.
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In the way of read work-, ; '"'
crs. A usefully ?active worker. Is -

'one of those when who we lay really good are words"thechurch" ; :. ; "., _.-tf.( c:: {)

<:bout It. Do we call a' church ; MADISON'DRUGSTORE, MORROW INSURANCE AGENGY': : ,.;
friendly? These are the members ....- -- '. -. !'
'.who make it so. Does a' church t .: :.. -. T : 'J u-. ;> ;j;
stand up for the underdog in the i MADISON, FLORIDA f.. ;3lADISONf FLORIDA ti -tL'

community? These are the members { < .. i
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prayer ; Tour FKendly H paper. .|3.75 a year, or 10 ;
.-have been devoted. to,the err>-, ..
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of God and man In,what we ; ,'
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call "mission w rk." Is the ': '. .( '--.r .
church evangelistic It*'Is.'not i"!; \ .. t >. ':, ; : ;; nJ ,( .

alone the pastor who wins new J. E{ '-' <:' J. X.:..SALE," JR., Owner .' J. FURNITURE. CO', f.. ;:'r' .
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Christians. The other day 1 t-. PHONE 2385 MADISON FLORIDA ..
a > : f' a -, '
'.member of a church was talk. } ; 4i :: PHONE HU 3-2340, MADISON, FLORIDA. ,1
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tag about a man;who was husband V f.. 'J.*B\; .DAVIS Inc. ,.11'; .' t
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of one active member of ,
QUALITY CLEANERS
that church and father of several "' .
children In the Bible scho\.'."He'd MADISON, FLORIDA '

.be a good man for the new p>gach- ... ; "' -}.' : When your clothes are not becoming to youth ahoold.,. 'C' ,

er to go after" he' said. But ::FraJdgh-Arfiley'Truck & Tractor Co-:' be coming to us Phone HU 3-2355 t .r '.
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:why wouldn't he be a good man ... "
.for the members of that congregation .' :.... : .;. 't;,..---- ." ', ::: ;j"* ::---'f

to go after? They know .; ''' '- : _' PHONE HU ,3-2241,14iADISON FLORIDA :" ,', CANTEY:'MOTOR, CO :la?* ;7rr'i. : :

-him::a-lot: better than, any new :.', .. :
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preacher would. ; ,- .s.
reader think of otbe- ... :. ._ >... :G ;! -; MADISON, FLORIDA _
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levels of church membership. ".. '--. .: ., ". .MADISON, FLORIDA ,.". ..' -." '"
needs to be .... II'a -'
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to change : '-. .
It is possible .
your leveL. In being.'a ..ehur h. <:: :' : ; ,
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h member as in being*-_a Christian, t .. ...;;:; u.. .: : : ::: :

it you are alive you can growl, .

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Notice is hereby given that the following described lands in the :

II City of Madison, Florida, or so much thereof as ,will be necessary to, it's
i '; BUILDING C sere Jr IO pay the amount due for taxes of 1959 herein set opposite to the jrostiemanI !
: u gka LJL: same together with cost of such sale and advertising, will be sold

at public auction on Monday the 30 day of Oct. A. D. 1961, at the .": .ROOT t
Q hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the office of the City Clerk,.City Hall, "'.IEElf"III a t. I
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: -1 County of Madison, State of Florida. --I !

.7 J S% Lots 1 & 2, Block B, Fraleigh- _.J_ -UBSERVES--- -
CENTENNIAL
; I I ] Smith Sub-Div Theodore Warren $21.00 SUNDAYThe ADDRESSES GROUP -
t E. Hi1L Lots' 8, 9, 10, Block C:, Plant 1
0 I Addition : Joe & :Mary Graham 7.00 Presbyterian church observed

:. MA TERIAL1 1/ L cati nCypress Lot '19, Block E, Plant Addition Avera Moore & J Sloan 16.50 Centennial Sunday Oct. 15, marking the Dr Humanities Robert Kennedy, Chairman of
: ; VALDOSTA St. Lot 10, Block F, Plant Addition Ollie & Rosa Frazier: 2.50 the hundredth anniversary of the Department North
Florida
: Certain-Teed Lot 20 Block A Vickers Sub-Div. James Barfield 2.60 Presbyterian church in the United Junior 'College, was guest
Asphalt 5.95
Shingles _______$
;. 15 Tear Warranty Part of SW%, Reed DB 73 PG 331 Willie McCray & Perry Oliver 2.90 States. The church history goes speaker at a dinner meeting of the
Per Sq. Delta
Part of S% of NWU, Reed DB 62 much farther back than 1861, as the Kappa Gamma Society, an
4x8x1/4 AD Plywood .sheet $ 2.45 PG 367' Robert James b.OO first Presbyterian 'minister came to! honorary organization for women

4x8x3/4 AD Part of NEK, Reed DB 81 PG 40 J B Delaiighter 2.50 these shores in 161L The tensions of teachers. The meeting was field in
Plywood ._..._...sheet $ 6.15 Jasper
9.50 1861 Friday, October
Lot 4, Block A, Hal Stay Sub-Div. Buck & Annie Franklin caused a North-South split and 13, at 8

Disappearing Attic Stairway __________$14.95 Lots 7 & 8, Block H, Hal Stoy the southern church was organized o'clock.Dr I.
: Sub-Div. Alex Richard 5.00 100 years ago. Kennedy's subject was The
.' Outside White Paint ____________...gal. $3.35 Lot 12, ,Block H. Hal Stoy Sub- 0:. The service of word and sacrament Role of Laltguagein Understanding
High Quality Mildew and Fume Resistant. the International
Div Gussie Mae Johnson. 3.00 conducted Sunday by Rev Dan Mc- Situation.
: : /2 in. Gelotex Sheathing ___.per M $55.00 Lot 7, Block 2, J L & W L Tooke 7" Cown was aften the manner of John
Waterproof Sub-Div. Milton Bell :/ 3.00)( Calvin, who did much to recover and For
Lot 9,Block 6, J L & W L Tooke. :-:: c '*7 f""' preserve two distinct emphases, Fuel (Oil

.: Celotex Ceiling Tile __ -__--_..Per M 107.50' Sub-Div. .;.. Peter Buggs : .i>v '.s' 3.00 church government' and Reformed
,._' 12x12 or 12x24-Diamond White Lot 8. Block 6, J L &W L Tooke t, *_*"" doctrine, that were prominent in Call HU 36601J.

AND -Sub-Div, : George. Barfield -" 3.00 the early church but
PAY CASH SAVE CALL CH 2-3760 were almost
Lots 5 & 6, Block. 2, J L& W,L .. I forgotten until the time of the Pro
.j NELIO CHEMICALS Inc. -Tooke S/D Rachel &* Bennie Benjamin 4.00 testant Reformation. B. DAVIS INCOWNER
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CYPRESS ST. VALDOSTA, GA. NOTICE
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We have beaters' Notice is
gas '- hereby given th tithe folloWing described lands ,in
pn Wednesday, October llv 1961,. the Town of Greenville, : Fla., or so much thereof as''will be

: ; Drink DR. PEPPER fortP or Natural I Gas the. Madison Jr 4-H, girls club held. sary..,, tojpay.the amount .c ue for taxes of 1960, herein-set.opposite: neces .
,'" Mrs to the same, together with, ;
.l Shop Eagl / this costs'ft'such
": -' e S : its second meeting' year. sale and advertising,
: ; : be'sold will
: at public auction
also oil heaters. Zipperer, our Home Demonstration on Monday, November
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Mrs Town
End of WeekSPECIALS Complete MACHINE SHOP Agent was;; not there today and ,of Greenville Florida. '

I. SERVICE Clayton Webb led _us. Mrs Zipperer: ,
for
BrfegSrStratton Western Auto Associate, is at a National Home Demonstration -*1 DESCRIPTION: TAX &
and McCullough engines at ; "PENALTX::
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: :Meeting' in Boston, Massa: 20 IN, 7 E 1 1-5 Part of SW > .
,. HOWERTON' SUPPLY CO.. Store Madison. chusetts. We'elected officers. They of 'SE}*, Reed DB 51 PG 376 Willie Lee -f-4** '';;; i-t.-.:
Cowart :
1 ,are: ,1 ,20. 1 N 7E 8 Part of SWU of' ""- -., .:.. !:. !l.l.95'
z ANNUAL STUDENT COUNCIL President :Mary Helen KarstedtVicePresident ; SEU Reed DB 58 PG 320 __;. Paul Oilpepper .. ;, "
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'. MEETING Florence Coody; 20 1N 7E Part of SW% of SEA ,. ,-,' .( "t" -1:1.95:
-- '- : _"You : Reed DB 92 PG 90 __." ; '
taw. will get my Secretary and Treasurer Lynda John Carter \ \ |vf --
The Thirteenth Annual Convention Hutto Song Leader Bonnie Hamilton 20 IN' 7E Part of NE% of SEK .- 'i ', .}.63
.y of the Northwest Florida Association Council; Delegate Melissa Lee; .Reed DB 28 PG 284 ......-.....: Fred. James- ., "*":"> "
personal attention ; Blk A Highway S/D Lot No. 10'Recd 'Jo'-i! Al11.95
of Student Councils met Saturday Recreational .. ,
October 14. Sixteen schools Reporter Susan Weger; : DB 34 PG 66 _........._......-..i Susie ',3 : ., f
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from District 1 attended the meeting Leader Suzanne Blk A Highway S/D Lots No. 18,f f 'i" .7.87
and best service dis- fi ::
and there were-approximately After we elected officers we 19,. 20, 21 .. i rBlkC Simp :
125 'persons present, for the opening cussed the fair.Mrs Webb said she Lakeview S/D Lots No.)1 f.. Clemons43.CGrace, .Porter .
available when ceremony. ; thought the fair would be.November4th. ) 21 IN 7E Leggett SID Lots No.1 -v r-*' .* **\ '> ...8.30
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you It4 was our pleasure (student council 10 & 11 *" CF, & Grace .. i : '
) to plan and 'to 'organize the Our club meets the fourth Wednesday 21 IN'' 7E Part of SWtf of NW a rorter. |, 25.03
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*- .. showed that the attendance at the : Blk 20, Lot No. 10 t Henry Johnson Jr 2.87
.wr Tom,; m convention (was around par. There was an -exception.'WegerReporter.' : Blk 20, Lot No. 12 _....-..._....::: Matilda Fergirson j7: 5.65

American was an excellent meal served- and Susan Blk 20, Lot No. 22 Johnnie B Wise .,*-' 4.81
everyone had plenty to eat. ; FOR ; Blk 20, Lot No. 23, Simp Clemons .: *f 9.08
:After lunch discussion groups were a Blk 25, Lots No 5,16* 7, 8, 9 __J Henry Johnson 2.06
Service Station in held for the purpose of learning how Higher Than:', ,' ualityat i Blk'25.Lot No. 4 & WK of Lot 3 Virginia Gandyr? 'WJ".: ;.t.':3.93:

to carry on activities hi schools Lower Than UsualPrices" Blk 31; Lots No. 27. 28, 29, 30 .,....I ,Rosa James .q;, *. '?. 2.37

without so many conflicts. BIk 33, Lots No. 13, 14, 15 .. _. J. Vickers. est.. 'r> ? ,. 14.23
Madison. ARNIE The theme for .the conventiOnwas SEE !Blk 34, Lots No. 18,19, 20, 21 -.; Clarence Bellamy :. JVf .4 3.31
a : Young .Adults and our American Blk 34 Lots No. 7 & 8 .._....-...iBlk Mary Lee Wise : ,1 s 10.80..
.._ __ __ Heritage.' McLeod Furniture C*. [, 35. Lots N 3, 4, 5, 6,.7. 8, 9,| .; Z-8'" t 5.65
m At 3:15 the meeting was ad- 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,.16, 17, 18,* t :, _,' t

journed; and we ,had some very GREENVILLE .FLA. '19, 20 21 :. 1Blk Penny Preston ." t""i :. ....<..4.93 '
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vention.. > [ HEAR REPORTS ON .\, 39, Lots No. 1 & 30.__..... I. Lonnie Jet# is.' ..--: ",;.', 5.65.37
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The convention was a great success r BIk 40, Lots No. 31 & 32 3 Bud Bee :
and I'm, sure that Madison r.len' the 3iurch; Blk 41, Lots 13 '14 15, 16, 17 18\ 2.31 ;
'School : of 19, 21, 22 J Vickers -::-.
High is looking forward to -- : est; 1- .
anf 850
another in the near future.Respeotfully I Tuesday night, following enjoy- 28 IN 7E 3 Part of NWU of NWU'.
x submitted "% able fish fry with all accessories,' of NW% Reed DB 43 PG 442}
P"1man Williams President, of' I served ,by the committee, heard addresses this.includes Lot No. 8 of Blk 35?*Penny Preston .
'and 3.37
by Rev Davis Thomas Blk 45, Lot No. 17 Mac .
the Student Council, Madison High. I Johnson :
.2:06
J .Dr Truett Smith of Tallahassee on Blk 45, Lots No. 1 & 2 ._: ......:.1,Thetaa Evans&Annie N /
i the various activities of the church. BIk 45, Lots No. 7,. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,|' L DavfejlHenry .80

ai. Cf :. ;..__ '. Speaks On C-1 They 'explained not only_ the individual -13,14,15.16-_. It.. JohnsonHenry .. .. _." ,''4.43
local churches
work the
of
: : Blk 45, Lot No. 6 J Johnson
to. but the far flung activities of the BIk 46, Lots No. 24 & 25 ..._...-.. i Henry Johnson .7 ." .pL44
Miss Miriam Acosta, who is teach .combined churches 'knOWn as the BIk 46 Lots No. 10. 11. 12. 13, 14.' "'> r.,_2.37'J
ing Spanish in the Madison**'Ele- i General Assembly. The PresbyterianChurch" 15 16. 17. 18. 22,23&NrAof4 .. ..
r.f .mentary and High Schools, was *U S supports missionary Lots 19 & 20 1: Mac Johnson -* S
guest speaker at the Rotary Club work -In nine countries in addition* Blk 48, Lot No. 4 1 Carrie Flowers =4.93;
f meeting Wednesday. Miss Acosta to the home mission work .in this BIk 47, All of, -*.. Mac JohnsonJohnnie -.- '2.69 1.44
visited her family In Cuba this past I country. Blk 49 Lots No. 3 & 4-_. =1* B Wise 10.80
summer and had considerable diffi- A. goal, not usually reached of BUt 49, Lot No. 12 -- I- Eddie James -

ARNIE MEDDERSAniericanServke culty getting back to the United 50% of the total offerings to go Blk 49 Lots;No. 10, & 11 ._.*_ Joe.A Potts t :237::1.44
States. She was without funds when to benevolences was proposed by Blk'49, !l.Wof Lots No. 24 & 25? Nellie Henderson '. .:237
she landed in Miami and insteadof the speakers: The Madison church Blk 50. Lot No. 29 Rosa Lee. Lane 2.06

f her tipping the luggage man she is among the leaders in this presby- Blk 50, Lot ,No. 28 TZ_..., :.. Willie Lane Jrj .::2.06
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f said,, he tipped her. j tery in approaching the goaL BIk 51. Lot No. 14 : Abraham Roberts&Hester Robe 2.06
She said that Castro would' 17 & 18 .. -
pass Blk 51, Lot No. .5 Mary Lee Wise '
| Station laws, every day, just like drinking Big assartaeit tf BIk 51, Lots No. 15, 16 less road: ,J Vickers, est. 2.37 2.31
coffee and that he had not done 29'' IN 7E 1% Part of SEK of, .

anything of what he had promised, NERecd DB 51 PG 304 .....--=- George Bush '
I MADISON FLORIDA when he overthrew Batista.' Habwe'ei CucIies- 29 7N 7E Part of NEU of NE :. ,,""". 2.81

%*Wf. *'***.......: ...... '-,_ ,,- '- ,- 'c...' "' ...". 1 I tReed DB 70 PG 173 -f; Marie Payne ,L 'tfr. :'t\ ::: 2.81 i
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"';;:-::FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1961 THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, -noRmA .. t;
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PAGE ELEVEN
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BARBARA MEMORIAL/:V: .r{:r5: ;.4,
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I: COBIE l Brought To You We:1dy 'By; D" .
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The Barbara Memorial H ?lub
met Oct 11th in the home of.frs ., .

; Rubye Littleton, withnine members ::.-
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HOWARD TUDSnU. and two visitors present.

'. Devotional was given by Mrs Glen- -
dyle Littleton and Mrs B M Williams.
Lumber
-; CGllDon. Mrs R L Crafton and Mrs Don
: Gregol were in charge of the program "
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BUILDING ill
and SUPPLIES 3-t3i95 \
demonstation
and gave a on _
Better Management of Storage .;

-: -Ii o ;3EL4.1 "VERNON FOLSOM, Madison do you_ ..space They also demonstrated covering t,
( ,_ articles, by using contact
'. read the Fishermen's
Calendar! -gar -
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paper
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The -hostess served delicious refreshrents -
< ; ;. '- !.' .., '.,''1 '.'l.4i;:. %- sand.'
"C: :; 1"""" "" .J" _.. r of cake cookies
'"KIF ? wiches, |emonade ,and Ice tea ,
;.; : ;:. :: : < O'v FISHERMAN'S CAL1fia4DAR '** 'The)'
u :.; 45 ;1 OR home" ,or Mrs Gl irk!) Littleton. -
; THE WEE K OCTOBER 24 THRW NOVW.ER 3 "

2 '..- INTERESTED. IN --AN OWNER-COMPLETED*!* :- i/.vQt ': .. 9 i.0.: .... i

I ", ., .' ,. ,; _' 11tH for r.da ar;"t.. WMta f&fi'stae....... tiaw CANCER SOCIETY OFFICERS I Jt.
HOME, SEE HOWARD STUDSTILL LUMBER -. X,. ."
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COMPANYfc. 7t! ,. ,. UN TUE WED THU FR( .0. .' ,J' .
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SAT SUN
: At a meeting of the Madison
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... 1i: .' : T k' o' : ,31 .1 2 3 4 .5- < County Cancer Society October at-
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-'. NO MONEY. DOWN. FINANCING ADJUSTED- -, TO ., ,., ::I"i';: ''..: :,. .?.h;, 0' '5:31 6:20 707 7:52 8.37 9:20 10:03 10:47 was McNeil's re-elected Restaurant.President A H for Smith the

AM AM AM: AM AM AM AM AM 1961-62 Mr SmitH praisedfor
YOUR REQUIREMENTS :' --.- .., '. y ar. was
0 his active and dedicated workduring ,
A ff' : the last service and '
of
; i-n{' i'I. Fish Bettor the Day for ) year
ro. : : was given an expression of appreciation "
by the Madison County com-



<0 WEVILL FURNISH BATHROOM FIXTURES, SHEET;" ,<: -::'::'ft" -:. .H OW IAO TU 0' Ftsn&tsTIL1 S Vice mittee.Secretary.Mrs President Lucille Dr Thomas and Cherry:Mr Bouland Donald was elected Eads was


ROCK, HOT WATER HEATER, AND LIGHT FIXTURES j. .,.it" ,* elected to serve as Medical Advisor "
;r.-:."' Jr: for the Madison.County Chapter,
FOR SMALL EXTRA MONTHLY PAYMENT. :. Mrs Almon Zipperer was named
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Service Chairman and Dr John

S 5' .' ,: : oc;. ::, Lumber Sands was elected Educational -
Company Chairman.
vsEg. D I Plans were discussed for the

November 8 meeting to be held in

17tIJII HU 3-6f 0b Tallahassee several counties when in North groups Florida from

will get together. At this meetingDr
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NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX In order to vote in these electionsa SIRMANS NEWS Columbus Ga were' visitors at /Ul types- Mechanical Repairson i Sands will be> guest speakeron
SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION person must meet all the follow- church Sunddy. the topic What the Cancer So- '

ing qualifications: Rev Ira Blair was able to be There, is a lot of flu in Cars and Trucks. ciety Is. .
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of 1. Be a legal resident of Madi 1 our community -
Pursuapt to the provisions I back :with us Sunday. He, __Mrs .
Chapter 23,726, Laws of Florida and ison County (having lived in the Blair, and i McWILLIAMS\ GARAGE A small deposit will hold
other applicable provisions of the State at least one year and in the Judy were dinner guests I Mrs Corine Tuten Eakins united

Laws of Florida, regular biennial County at least 6 months prior to of Mr and, Mrs Delmar O'Quinn.Mr with our church by letter. We .are forest fires too ,because of dry JUVENILE. FURNITURE till
the date of election). W E Blanton is home from glad to have her... Christmas. Make your selection
school elections are hereby ordered weather. We hope we will soon get
2. Be a registered voter the the hos itaL He is feeling much
on Our community is NOW!
held in Special Tax School District getting very rain. .
Number 1 (which includes the entire General Election Books. better. dry. A lot of wells have already Let's air remember prayer_ meeting ->. LEWIS HAMES ". -
3. Be a taxpayer on real or Mr and :Mrs Ralph Bailey of
county of Madison under present gone dry. We are beginning to have Wednesday night at 7:30
SETZER SHOPPING CENTER I
personal ( both
property or ) in .
Laws) on November 7, 1961.I'heelections ,
Madison County and hold 1960
will be held at each pre receipt for taxes, paid to a'County 1 )
cinct voting center as follows including -
Tax Collector of Madison County.It I

PRECINCT clerk: NO.- 1 MADISON. the( might polls Jn be the well event to carry any question this to T.:

Hillouise James Bevan M ,Copeland Phillis Parramore Clerk. arises". ). The location of the propertyhas EXTRA Daily. Falcon''I'I I

Mir PRECINCT Sullivan.NO. 1-A MADISONA ,> in Madison no consequence'County;,,'just Florida.The since. it is- rf t ..' 'r." r T. ;' : 1" 'I' ,

law
provides that'any qualified '
G Herring Clerk. Mildred .
Haire Nell Canty, Eva Kramer. person may be nominated and :- I CelllJltlmeeb .'y. LOCAL ; _
have his or her name printed on f t. '
NO. 2 MADISON
John PRECINCT L Waring, Clerk;"Dot Hiers, .I ballot as candidates by five (5) :.-:;- .:--- ......CJIIrIdnCII11OUl'lWf.'+ .o.n sr Ine.J "-.
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qualified electors provided'Such .
re- '
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Rachel Reichman Florida Davis.PRECINCT
NO. 2-A MADISONL quest is in writing and filed with the ,0 : : .

'Wimberly,' Clerk. Juanita office or before of October County Superintendent 21, 1961. Petitions on i<; .

Ragans, Elouise Wade, Elizabeth Charlie Brown's exclusive.-sco.on '

Sale. validity.filed after The this consent date have of Nominee no legal ., ,: : 1. ,.

PRECINCT NO. 3 LEE -<>: ,,-- .: _.* ... ;. .
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be secured. : -HF c{* iii J- *
must ,
t f-a1.
Robert Clerk. Fred Holder, < : AA .m ; !

' W C Ragans Searcy, Felton. Almond.PRECINCT The County School Board shall _. _, -, -. : ,'; ;
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NO. 4 MOSELEY HALL constitute the final canvassing Boardto ." : on the '16Z Falcon! : : $ ,
determine the elected trustees. : : : !: -
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' Mrs Dan Chason, Clerk. J J Cruse, ; ; lJ _
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' Mrs 3 R Rainey, Mrs W E Blanton. The rule for determining this is as <, ; : :
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follows: ', '; 1 : .1 'T
PRECINCT NO. 5 GREENVILLE "'.' :
H L Sherrod Clerk. Tom S, Stud- The three highest candidates who .-. I'f 2' '

still, G'F Bishop F H Reams. live in three separate Board Mem- ; .'j: :t -x.k .. :}. '
PRECINCT NO. 5-A GREENVILLEC ber Districts shall be the three : .. ;
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H Brannen, Clerk. Alvin Day, elected trustees for district (Coun- -

/ 'Sidney McLeod, Andrew Patrick. ty). '" ..J.
PRECINCT NO. 6 HAMBURG Done and ordered by the Boardin : i( ,

Randall Gaston Clerk. Carlton Regular Session October 4, 1961 :

Smith, Ben Pfiel, John Wilson. o sW H BAILEY, JR., Chairman -

_PR CINCT .NQ.. 7 CHERR! ,LAKE -_._- ,- Oct. 13-4t-ch .
George Burnett, Sr, Clerk. J I VIVIAN S -L .
MRS LOPER..urrs 31 .. j { .
Surles, Jack Johns, Scott Wimberly. -,i' _.J J, ,
PRECINCT NO.8 PINETTAV .
S Loper, 47, died <
S Smith Clerk. John Hollings- '- Vivian age -

worth J T Woodard Ran Terry. early Wednesday morning Oct 4. at,

!pRECINcr NO, 9 TUTEN the home of her parents, Mr and ::,.

Mrs Aubrey Aman Clerk. L "L MrsA W Shackelford Sr. Mrs ,).. ..' .. t ,_' ."':r
Seaver, Wilbur Aman., K P Beaty. Loper was the daughter of Mr A ; .::1< :i; :. .-"
HICKSTOWN New Falcon Squire Wagon with Jazqj uoodlify title paneling ,;
PRECINCT NO. 10 W Shackelford Sr and the late Ada <
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Howard Hughey 'Clerk. George E Smith. She was a native of Madi- ; .:#ii

Rykard. Albert McLeod, Frank son, but had lived away for a num- 1;, ri1- ;: {> DETROIT ..* ,NEW MODELS 1 ,They, Fan er et la Change ETC., < ;; '',.

Rykard. ber of years. She was here on vaca- on-the-spot r.' --"'"'" ,
PRECINCT NO. 11 MACEDONIA tion when the Lord called her i I ,w' by ace correspondentCHARLIE 13 0 Oae,Inp ertut> nUll... "" .,*AZ'--. We: :;:,'
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Bellflower Clerk. J El- ,
Robert Williams. William Ward home. -": BROWN Count 'em-13LS! YOU SAVE $ $ .jr,
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more } .
She is survived by her parents; k ETO .. .
Emory Jackson. Shacnelford Jr Stop the pressesl.That'! whit The public mast have bem'aiii Falcon engineers .
A W ; put even more
brother ; 3'-
12 WINQUEPINJ one in the movies I could .
PRECINCT NO. they always for hours about all
ay go on o
Luther Fountain, lied with the 61 Falcon models value !
Williams, Clerk. Truman I three sisters: Mrs whentherelbllneJOIgues& than ever into' the 62 the new value 3J '
I Monticello*, and Mrs DeWiley Wood they bought more Falcon'! : .. >>:. !.
Williamson, Quinton it -
Webb, Mathew I ought to say too-even Hess have put into these 62' .
Dryden. and Mrs Russell Wiggins, Madison; .. though I don't want the presses any other compact.But Falcon'sdesigners about putting more $ onto the model flu just! going to*). 'k?::: ,

The two purposes of these elections .two sons: William Bryant and William stopped. are never satisfied. Falcon price tags. (You should mention one typical example of ': .
t
in accordance with Law are. Calvin Loper H of Tampa; ___J' Tbejr.vecome up Wlthnewmode1syou"always6ndaome- bowun.typicalp e '62 Falcon a. r'$! .,..;
as follows: one grandson Steve Seattle, l' NEW UlJI" that are real dazzlers. Take'that thing to do with the money you In ANY other 62 compact you. : 3 -.-
1. To elect three persons (each and one step-brother, JamesA ;' handsome Falcon Wagon Falcon. Want 6- have to stop (and for oiL y''
[Wash .. : The BIG news is that Falcon Squire save on a ) a pay] _-
be a'duly qualified .
of whom must hereinafter de- Black, of Sylvania Ga. ., fooled most everybody for *62- shown above with its beautiful puscnger.: 6-cyIinder car? The changes every 2.000 4.000 ,."f
elector as
school to serve as trustees of Funeral services were held Friday .-:,<,;;.',.. even me.I thought the'61! Falcon woodlike side paneling.Nifty,eh? 62 Falcon is America'* lowest miles. What a Bother! Falcon .
fined) Tax School District Number Oct 6 at '2:00 p m at the Beggs 7 was as good as a car can get. Its even available with bucket priced! Want a luxury car? '62 owners will be able to go a Eut1k'f'. : _
Special __ :
1 (the entire county) for the en- chapel, with Rev A M Rowe and A After all a '61 Falcon broke all seats. These also a new version Falcon Futura is America' lowIt'6JDOO miles between oil changes! *?:S --
etc. throughout the .
s etc.
biennium beginning January Rev W T Rycroft officiating. gas mileage records for 6or of the Falcon Futura. car <
suing sporty tpr ed..IWanal! luxury wagon? can't beat Falcon valuesesr .f' _
you
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2, 1962 and until their successorsare Interment followed at New, Hopeful 8-cylinder cars .in! the 25-year What more there an also '62 Falcon Squire is America'slowest ,;
historyoltheM bIcu Fconomy s...e.............,v '
duly qualified. cemetery new Falcon dub Wagons with priced Want an 8passenger .....w......,.. i
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the district millage Jesse Run.o now they've got an IMPROVED
fix were
2. To Active pallbearers
DOUBLE the of the Station Bus Falcon's
version of the FalconSec cargo room ? got
the 10 mills and Wilbur ::i
levied Rowe
rate to be on Hughey, Judson -
biggest regular-sizewagoas. three and the 62k'
62 pexPio- converts -
district tax rolls in accordance' with Rutherford, engine-making the even pace ; 0 0 0"n
Dawson
Rutherford, foL.rBut that's only the What variety! What choice! to Falcon's:
was instructed if. ,.* ,, more cargo space. got :
secretary
Law. The Gibson. Pat Milliner, Roy '>r'.'.. ,
Hugh 1''''' uun fcoMOMrs mt SON M .
to place a 10 mills levy on the Bronson and.Mack Hadden. ,"'- "_ .... 'b-rt"C. .. Falcons:<
port ballot.9& Maintenance mills to be Grades used for 1-12 Sup-; 1 Honorary were: T Z Hendersont "'!; 5. EtfRrIOWS CO/tIIIII...frllrOIfJT )1'01,1 ATYOUIt) ( FORD DEALEM NOW iwldfW"

mill to be used for Support & Main- Geo F Rykard, 'Woodrow Gibson '" ,

tenance Junior Colleges.) Willie A Rutherford, T W Har- .

The Trustees run' on a can countywide be- rett, Geo Youn John>Wilson and Hardee Motor
Basis and no :two ': l -, CompanyBASE ,
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ber residence district (saroe in '

territory and numbers as County I j LkwS Nt PEPPER .. < '" -.'";" ......" .... f t*.;.:. ', _:=: 1-"' ,' !.: _
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Commissioners Districts). CORNER- &, HANCOCK .STREETS. .'.'F .:,' ;. ."- JlAJISON.FJ..O s .

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COUNTY TEACHERS ? -<,; T4.-y.:;...,..\, I -. '
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ASSOCIATIONBy ,'.,,,'
Mrs T JBeggs in a recent I'

e r- r t tr ( -Rebecca-Savage McCray) snide was r;;honoree at a:<_lovely FoJraw-1 thr. U > i
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coffee.. Friday morning given by
The new school term got underway Makes *
Mrs H C Merryday and Mrs Carl A
21st. Prior '
August to the : 4
+ y. SY.- opening date of school, the officers Karstedt at the Merryday;:_home. VVV : Big Difference*..
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Arrangements of pink sasanquas, '
for the new school were elected I -- :;
t ,. Y t ageratum :yellow hiKric ne'Jilies -- :
*{ye .i xx David Wyche agriculture teacherof I -
Greenville 'Training'School, Was !and other{;Fall ,rioters :were placed t. I tice oz golf,=foHow-tfirougE! really count!tiS; m-j !at."
I in the hall aM jliving' roonv The service 4oesnXstpjp fch the sale of wba
f elected president. ; for- the....-..-".- second \n"fillfi' Jkr %*.' '*' ? > *P.o1f1l you
** # table covered with an vital wr coverases ..j-evkw OUtpmat
term. Teachers; Ledla Seabrooks, dining! : embroidered ca
vice, president;' Lucile Aikens.. recording linen cloth held a central program least once a year...are Johnny-on-the-spot helping
Lrr decoration of pink sasanquas blue you<9 your\ insod& find iasuran g counselor when troybls suikw*
secretary;jEucile Broxon, I
t.'S. Rar9 financial 'secretaryJohnnie.\ 'Jones, ageratum and white camellias. Mrs Morrow Insurance
Agency
T J Beggs Jr presided at the silver
iey White
;t treasurer; Eugene chaplain;
naw Y'f
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service pouring coffee. Sandwiches r
Mary Thomas reporter 108 West Plnckey St. Madison F1L
On September "22, the Madison cookies and a variety of hors d'- ..
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e the Hartford'Fire HBtlf afttt Company"HONOR
oeuvres were served. Jfcpreten/oil .
'T County Teachers' Association played _
Mrs T Davis Mrs W T Beggs,
; s a 1 wa aL host to District in Florida State W BRIDE-ELECT BRIDE-ELECT HONOREDThe
Teachers': Association.i :-- The main Mrs Charles Hembree Mrs R C

in the Dickinson and Miss Phillis Parra- -
meeting was held spacious
auditorium 'ot Damascus. -Baptist i more assisted the hostesses in enertaining. home of Mrs David Cruse
y Twenty-five guests attended Mrs S H Moore and daughtersMrs
'. CHurch. Teachers were present William Cave and Mrs Marion was the setting Monday evening fora
from ten surrounding ,counties.; the charming affair. Roberts of St Petersburg compli miscellaneous shower honoring

Everyone was extended, ,.. hearty mented Miss Jean Ragans bride- Miss ,Jean Ragans. Hostesses with
welcome, to our superintendent Mr Mrs Cruse were Mrs Leroy Cruse,
elect. with lovely party Tuesday
a
r. He The Book Mrs B D Rainey and Mrs
assistant Opened Danny
,.. Griffin Bishop; our mayor i evening when they. entertained at Bass.
4 Mr Alex H Smith. These men were miscellaneous at the
a shower Arrangements of pyracantha were
:r P accompanied by'our supervisor of Moore home. used in the
i The Rocky Springs WSCS met living room and dining
t t : education, Dr Oscar Beck who in the home of' Mrs P K Rowell Dried arrangements in Fall room. The punch bowl, on the dining .

nodded his approval. October 16th with twelve members colors predominated in the decorations table was encircled with pyra-

\' x David Wyche was master of and one visitor present. Followingthe in the rooms where thirty cantha and lighted cnadles com-

ceremonies, and Isaac S Savage business session Mrs Rowell guests .were entertained.The pleted the table decorations.Miss .
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devotional service.Dr entitled He Opened The Book in was Don Whitfield of Perry in open-
attractive and useful gifts.
Boykins of observance of The Week of Prayer many ing her many beautiful gifts.
:: 4rH Leander professor
and
Chicken salad sandwiches
and Self-Denial. At the conclusionof The hostesses served cake salted
education tat Florida Agricultureand the program, ,the group enjoyed sherbet were served later in the nuts and punch to the twent\
Mechanical University, gave delicious refreshments served by the evening. three guests attending the lo\o v
the main address. He chose as his hostess. The hostess presented their hono- affair.
subject., 'TCie New Frontier in Edu-
: MRS PHIl: HOWARD, Reporter ree with silver and crystal in her
cation." He held his audience spell- fc COUNTER TOPS
pattern and a silver vegetable dish.
bound from the beginning ,sentenceto APPLIANCES
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-'- end. Dr D William, one
The Wanderer, the largest resort I make The Wanderer the showplaceof the USED WASHERSGOOD I Mr and Mrs D Holland' of Ft KITCHEN CABINETS
motel on Jekyll Island, announced the island: and I hope I have of our tate L supervisors,' was Pierce, in renewing for the home

that its General Manager, Mr John succeeded. In addition to our financial among the guests. He shared many SELECTION paper, write, that they enjoy the T
Astarita, was selected to manage success I take particular happy \lexperiences with us and HOWERTON SUPPLY, CO. paper very much that it is so good

/... the new Americana Hotel in Atlanta. pride in the development. the commended us for doing a good .to hear from the home town.

;, This assignment is considered Wanderer as a great center for -
i among the top managerial positionsin business conventions.,It is with deep job.Dr Gilbert Porter, executive i
the hotel industry- in the United regret that ,I am leaving Jekyll and secretary 0 f the Florida State

States. my happy associations with the pro- Teachers' Association gave one of I
c Mr Astarita was retained by In. gressive and imaginative owners of his usual great down to earth talks.
,,. ternational Motels, Inc., in March The Wanderer. I am grateful to It
state
told about oour new
He us
1960 to manage The Wanderer. Judge Hartley and all his dedicated t
.,..; Since then, he has not only vastly associates on the Authority through building in Tallahassee. This lovely
k: expanded the Wanderer's opera- whose efforts Jekyll Island is now structure will be dedicated October :.; t

.; tions but has brought to. Jekyll the most Important vacation land 14,. 1961. I
-. :, Island guests from forty-two states, of the South:" The first meeting of the school I

Canada, Mexico and South America. When ,Astarita was, questioned term was' held in the cafetbriumof I
Charles L Herman the President concerning his successor. ;' rthe the" Madison County Training !

,.; of The : Wanderer .expressed his Wanderer, he said/: '"I could ":not School. The president presided I

company's, gratification, :that MrAstanta's have left The Wanderer' df'' .I were< over ,the ,meeting and the newly .;: ::1r
outStanding'perfonnance not, convinced .that I had found a de
chaplain conducted the
elected, !
on Jekyll Island had gained. national successor who could carry on and :
recognition. Herman said, "Of votional services. New committeeswere .
improve upon my efforts. I have -
course, we are sorry to lose John suggested, and the owners have appointed by the president. ; .
Astarita. However, we are proud appointed, James Peyton as General This month's meeting will be heldin "
that his accomplishments at The ':Manager of The, Wanderer. Jimmy the cafetoriuni of the Greenville '

Wanderer have elevated him to the ,Peyton is one of the best 'hotel :"men Training "School. '- .
a av
highest post in the hotel world. His In the business. Although he is only
:: appointment is on a Par with a 45 years old he has been associated STUDENTCOUNCILS 'MEET -

.... managerial position at the Waldorf with ''southern resorts for twenty- AT HIGH' SCHOOLAt /
in New York or the Fairmont in four ''years Peyton was born in 'the. North Florida<< Associationof
San Francisco. Astarita has so im- Huntsville, Alabama, but his hotel, Student Councils here' Saturdayfor
proved the facilities and services at activities have been mainly,in Flori- the 'thirteenth annual convention _
the Wanderer that it has become da. He managed the Saxony, Seville Mr Waller Whitlock opened the
.. one of the most successful resort and Sea Isles in Miami Beach. meeting with a musical prelude;
4 -V :. motels on the eastern seaboard. I He was with his last assignment at 'call to order was by Richard I 'J
< am glad that Astarita will continue the Sea Isles for about six ,years;* Thompson of Port St Joe high school _
::t...:: to serve the State of Georgia and Jimmy Peyton told me that his ap: -and invocation was by Rev I T ;
that The Wanderer has been the pbintment to the top post at The .Carter. Greetings were extended by
proving ground of his success." Wanderer is the turning point oi Billman Williams, president MHS -iii .
<:- Mr Astarita expressed his profound his career. He ,believes that Jekyll student council; Supt Bishop, Prin- L J .oI r-J
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;. regret to leave The Wanderer. Island is just at the .beginning_of cipal Wiley Sirmon; and Dr Marshall -

I ,.. < "My activities: on Jekyll Island are its growth and he is anxious to playa i Hamilton. s .
'Ai! .. among my most rewarding ex- role in the development of the President Williams introduced Miss
.' periences. It was my objective island's tremendous,.'potential." Miriam :AtOsta/who*gave pan > in-
talk Cuba. Tour of the ,
V HAMROCK H D MEETS I the hostesses. Mrs L G Sheffield teresting on j=:
interesting feature .
college was an
I Mrs Bill Powers _Mrs, Howard .
The Hamrock H D Club met of the day. ,
Hugh 'Mrs Joe ,
y; Coody Mrs Chas
; Monday and Tuesday at the homes 'i .Alter lunch served by Mrs Ida
.., Hjtchcock, and Mrs J H Calhoun.Seven .1 r
'" : < of Mrs James various discussions r 4. :
< Sheffield. and Mrs Smith groups met for rh
Monte Vickers .The project of rest-I Bibles to were presented on with representatives from i7 y r. 4 A ,
promotion l
day children by the '
;' ing mats for the retarded children'sclass WSCS at Rocky Springs Methodist high schools from Quincy, Cotton- .
dale, Chipley, Pensacola, Tate, Leon
F : was worked on by j 1gdri 5h :) ,_ _-.r; and Florida high, participating. NEW FACESAME SPORTING HEART
E Topics discussed iwere MoneyMaking a
Projects; Student-Faculty 'i'i.
Relationships, Operations of Council ... .r:Ve might as well tell you straight off: Corvair'a the car for the drivine enthusiast."Think if;
Meetings, : ihat lets out? Maybe Maybe not. .
Americanism, Our American you
IIV FALL dUT Heritage, Scholarships, General]l ;. .> ,Until you've driven one you really can't say for sure,,because Corvair'a kind of driving
Service Projects and. Honor Syst em 'j is like no other,in the land..The air-cooled rear engine sees to that. You swing around'urves,
'v. :. fiatjas you please. You whip through the sticky spots other cars should keep out of in thee j.'
Among out-of-town guests at th ',: -. : Ragans-Tuten wedding Sunday were ", You stop smoothly levelly with Corvair'a beautifully balanced!, bigger brakes. --;*i.i
SHELTERS Miss Dorothy Carter of Orlando, i" r Corvair's found other new ways to please you this year. A forced-air heater'ahd 3
V Mr and Mrs D S 'Cook and son VTdefroster:* are standard equipment on all coupes, sedans and both Monza and 700 Station ,'*

V ;; ; Thomas of High Springs;* Mr and otherSo goodies.dual., sunshades and, front-door armrests and :
Built on your lot in Madison County r Mrs Rodney Tyson and Miss GraceTyson naKsome note some new styling inside and
:' 4$t of\\ Live Oak; Mr and Mrs .. out. Nice. And safety-belt installation is easier, too, and cheaper. ma-- ,.
?q. 1 James Pafford of Monticello; Mr :' : ;: !45 o you can see we haven't really done much to Corvair this_ ...

; $1,785 i t; and Mrs Warde Chambers' and Mr .. ;:year. Why on earth should we? If this car, just as she is, can't -,. .
... and Mrs W E ;Bunting of Quitman; ".:'**make a driving enthusiast out of you better take a cab. -AI noWoridof Worth- '

.,' :. t- Mrs Daisy Williams. Mrs. Joe' Millinor -
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.,:: No down payment, only 37.42 monthly;'20 yearsfinancing \ and ,Mrs Maurice Steen and "Its

available V V. :, daughter of Perry; Mrs Julia Smith b.. .-

:' : Bevan of Orlando; Mr and Mrs .:. .,. ..' .'< --:I .. I
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e: ...,. Carroll Lance J of Tallahassee, 'anc -.r."A < .." .' .. '

; 70 sq. ft. interior for 6 persons; above or belo*Irl Mrs John Richardson, Atlanta < '. %

V ground; Class" A.OCDM- rating; 'air fflterr iwucfm r : V .J > .. :: ;.. .

air blower;'made -of S:-in reinforced.- concrete? 'ULiIIa'rl B ':J4%. _'.,.._. ..? here's Americas .. tfersegfcred sports car, fee '62 CGBY TTLr
"walkway"entrance., ".". .....- ..,-,. ',. ..... ,.' '. "- -", \,:: ..-. ,J., On'Your V' It Ytwocar ou drive a Corvette after your first sampling of a Corvair- you _
V J ; 0'.t man. And whq could blame you?
: Tommoo M. TIBY Ctepaa y -

r first Feer.1SAVINGS l t .. See the '62 Corsair and Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet &***'*
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'WMAF SCHEDULE-(; JOINT MEETING No 224, Mr V C Champeaux, adj*

WE TRIM AND REMOVE ,- ) tant, Air Russell Wiggins vice
chairman, and Mr Jack Hammock. ,
Dangerous TreesHEDERSON WEEK DAYS ,. : x E- :'A joint meeting of: the Mayo, JI.
6:00 SIGN ON Cherry Lake and Greenville American ':Sun rises Oct 20th 6:40 ana,
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I tY. ._ 6:01 GOOD NEWS Legion ;Auxiliaries was held sets 5:58 pm. .
.6:10 WORLD & STATE NEWS 1 last Thursday night at Cherry Lake. Moon sets Oct 20th 2:58 am.
6:15 FLORIDA HOUR' '
+ FARM A_covered dish supper was served. Moon in constellation.. of, AquariusOct .. .
6:40 RUDY HAMRICK COUNTY
Mrs Neal Wellman, of headquarters; : 20th. '. --
TIfEE. EXPERT CO. AGENT .(MON.. WED., FRI- .
Ocala, District President, gave a very High.tide Oct 20th at SU; Marks

: MSS Box 3484 DAY) interesting talk on Communism. light 11:46 pm. ;-',' .-
6:50 'WORLD NEWS
Tallahassee,., Fla. ; others present at the meeting were
'1.6:55. STATE,NEWS *
4' Irs Robert Annin ,
,, 3rd vice president
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:00 ''CXFFEE\TIME: ,.-of Mayo,. Mrs Ruth Reams, RUSINESSMEN -. '. ,." -
t385136WOMAV'S 7:25 ,MORNING SPORTS SHOW
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Northern Area vice president, of
732 COFFEE'7:40 JTIME
S I'.;' ft"i Greenville', Mrs Kathryn Brannen, a
advertiSing
: REPORT,FROM TALLAHASSEE Newspaperinbusiness. *
treasurer of Greenville Mrs Beulah
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(TUES. THROUGH
CLUB LUNCHEON .
/- ., Powell, chaplain, .of.
:; Greenville Mrs
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MEETING | .'. )M' ,., Thelma Blake .make
t Mrs: Edith Chanv can help
.. t-,7:45WORLD, NEWS Sissy Cherry, Mary ;Trancis Christmas you
'., .. ", '.';. -:7:50 STATE NEWS ,'_Sherry Dickinson, Betty peaux, secretary Measurer-and DireMarie
,Hamilton 'Beth '
Kennedy Patricia
.The, October luncheon_ .meeting! .o.f T7:55 WEATHER NEWS :' r" Gail Groves .:1 Hammock' vice. preSident. as well as have
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the Woman's Club last Thursday'(at-: ,f 8:00;COFFEE TIME -". s These young ladies be performing in many parades and otherhighlighted "x Invited guests i'-the: meeting money : ,

"9:00: MORNING DEVOTIONS ,.events throughout the .year. wee Mr Robert L;Annin, Sr, district .
highlighted "
the Club House m -<*
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with ; 9:15 SWEET MUSIC TIME : The objective of their teach_ er ,is to stimulate an interest In your president and-Mr'"Robert*L Annin fun : 5 .# .

an address by Miss Polly 9:30 MARY BLAINE TIME high school band and to develop Individual character. Jr' Membership chairman, both of .

Lasseter, Methodist Community 9:45 MUSICAL-INTERLUDE Mayo, Mr John T Merritt, Post Call HO 3- 361' :

worker in the Perry, and Madison 10:00 MUSIC UNLIMITED Service Officer of Cherry Lake Post
'- HOSPITAL NEWS
areas. 11:15 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM MNJ"DEAlS') S

The Department of :American

Homes, Mrs S K Wiatt, chairman, 11:30 RECORD SESSION 0 .

sponsored the i 11: (SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAM *
program.Mrs Admitted: Leonard Thurman, Mrs In ?"ValdostaThe
TUESDAY; )
Wiatt introduced the speakerin 11:50 STORK CLUB (MONDAY Broadus Willoughby to Jimmy Annie Gossmaiv Dr.J A Davis, Mrs

glowing terms as an outstanding ONLY) Abbott and wife, Lot 17 and most Ruby Wynn, Mrs Wm Richter in,

exponent of American Home Life 11:55 YOUR FLORIDA GARDEN of,Lot 16, Blk B, Hancock Terrace, Mrs Mary Burnham, Fenton Webb, "
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in the area. 12:00 WORLD NEWS with easement. Irs Rosie Leggett, Vernon Single-

'Miss Lasseter...,who is devoting 12:15 NOONTIME NOTES tary: Walter Gossman, Mrs Ina .
George.Villiam
her time and energievto the build- 12:30 TALK OF THE TOWN i I wife to Tommie. Tuten Pridgeon and Ruthie and Webb Colvin., George Thomas, Mrs Nella Place ToTHA :Shop 1s

12:40 FARM NEWS
citizenship
ing of the youth into Rood -
L Tuten, All of Blk 3, Town of Discharges: Mrs Udean Driggers,
12:45 STATE NEWS
in her area, said the Home II -
12:50 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- Jirmons.MV Carlton Smith, Mrs Theo Wells, Mrs
in '
which centers
of the
Life youth GRAM B Hagan and wife to Joe Shirley Phillips W 0 Linton, Mrs

his family- determines the kind of 12:55 'WEATHER NEWS Jackson and wife, NJ of Lot 5 :Mary Ann Burns. Neil.:McLeod, Dur-

citizen into which he will develop, 1:00 HILLBILLY HIT PARADE and S 1,4 of Lot 4, Blk 43, Greenville ward Wessell, Bill Powell, :Max ;Ca'stlePark'

Continuing, she said, his family (FROM: ,THE PASTOR'S Investment Co. lands, Town of Walker, Lonnie Spencer, Mrs Mary .

molds and shapes him for future STUDY, WEDNESDAY) Greenville. Burnham, Mrs Mary Studstill Dr

citizenship as no other influence is 2:00 GOSPEL TIME Rosa Lee Cobb to George Cambridge J A Davis, Mrs William Richter -

able to do. She said neither the 2:30 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM and wife, % acre in S*& of and baby boy, Mrs, Zola Wood-
flftnrlnrn Chrtnnittn
COCK. fanre.
church, school nor any other agencycan SW Sec 4
2:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE Tp 1NR7E. BABY RICHTERMr II" ..'W1VIBB, "' ''V..t''l1j"1
take the place of the home in 3:00 AFTERNOON MELODIES Gurly F Yates to J .J Sale., Jr and :Mrs William Richter III

character building and in preparingthe 3:40 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM 32.25. acres in. Cherry Lake Farms t>f Madison are the parents of a

boy or girl for effective Project, subject to easements. baby boy, born Oct. 12. He weighed :

citizenship, Home life, she said, 4:00 RECORD REQUEST J J Sale Jr- and wife to Gurly F 6 lbs. 6% ozs. Free

marks the character of the individual 5:45 SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS Yates and husband, 32.25 acres in BABY :LEGGETTA Parking

.. 5:55 REPORT FROM TALLA- Cherry Lake Farms ,roject, subject baby girl was born to Mr and
Mrs J B Davis opened the meet- HASSEE ( MONDAY to easements. Mrs A L Leggett Jr of Greenville,

ing with the reading in unison of THROUGH FRIDAY) Fla., Oct. 16. She weighed 7 Ibs,

the Club Women's Collect, and the 6:00 WORLD NEWS ,H C Tuten to Guy A reely/Lots. % oz. .
6:15 TWILIGHT TUNES I, 2, 3 and 4,, Blk 11 Town'of Admitted: Tillman Pinesett

distribution of the new 1961-1962 6:59 SIGN OFF" Sinnans. ... Roosevelt Haynes, Issac Mobley. Visit ; These Friendly Stores: .
Club year books. The original mon- .
FIVE MINUTE NEWSCAST BEFORE W M Wynn and wife to J A Bobbie Jean Hudson.
ogram design of MWC in colorsof THE HOUR NEWS Discharged Joe Johnson, James .
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Cruce Lot 268 BIk 49
Town of _
green and gold was again used, HEADLINES & WEATHER ON Madison, Bletcher,' Roosevelt Haynes.a, *--:I :f j' CASTLE PARItVARIETY'STORE':
and the club flower: ,for the year HALF HOUR. ( I ; ,;

chosen was the camellia. The club SUNDAY SCHEDULE Claude Alton King to State Road ; .

women voiced their appreciation to '1:29'SIGN -.ON ,. Department, 13.984 acres, in Tp 3 BAPTIST MEN MEET .

the Florida Power Corporation forsrork" ''7:30: "TRAVELING STARS N, Ranges 7, and 8 E and drainage CASTLE PARK PHARMACY .

7:55 NEWS ...
asements. .
th4'lov new, boo b\\ area ., '
8:00 raiE- ( i ** brotherhocx
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.GOSPEITHYMN 'Ibe Baptist men's\
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of art; 8:30 SHOWERS OF BLESSING. W TD wife to Ralph met Tuesday night with .presidenL

The president urged"members to 8:45 WORLD NEWS ", Davis, .and -'wife, seven acres in C Bruner conducting_the meeting TALBOTT PAINT &. WALLPAPER CO;

attend the Annual District Convention 8:50 STATE' AND' WEATHER1 Sees 8,.and 9,' Tp.l S, iC 7 E. : Two .NFJC students';spoke to: the ....., '

of FFWC to be held in NEWS ,.,. W .R Bell and wife:.to W R group concerning: the college. Bap- .'* .'_ .: :,' ; .;
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:Mayo; Oct 25. She also announced 8:55 .MORNING SPORTS SHOW. -- Humphries :_and. wife, one acre in tist student' union. 7 <4-:.:.. ...... -+
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that/fii! order of rotation Madison 9:00 JIMMY STROUD : &. SEA. of NW}4, Sec 1.1- 'Tp.l SR'10 Nineteen. members attended.: Serving ,; ., ...,-'-- ; .t"'....',. LaRUE'SG ''-........"'r":1i
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MORMON CHOm9:30' T
would- bethe hostess club for the E..' -c' supper to the men were .JdrsHeni'y :.- "" : '. .-.4-'I;"
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1962 10:00NEWS Lease by :B P Sanders Jr to $f K : ;
Mrs Thurston Raines, Mrs Frank
members, Mrs C M NgTUR77ERESTAURANT
Two new 10:05 SONGS OF FAITH Lanier of certain lands in Tp 1, S, Davis,'Mrs L'C Burner, and Mrs 0 ; : -.p'

Plant .and Mrs R L Simpson, were 10:32 MEDITATION FOR SUN- R 9 -E and 'in 8 E.., Hamrick. '.. ...
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introduced.. The treasurer reported DAY I ". _" _____ ___ u _____
$2,6 3l'r in, the treasury, and, considerable 1047 PRELUDE TO WORSHIP :"r' ,,i < : : ;

: repair work needed -to the 11:00 COMMUNITY CHURCH- .- -'. :: : ,; <

'_ work on the clubhouse; 12:00 WORLD NEWS: :," '
wood :" I
The hostess committee served a 12:15 NOONTIME NOTES ** : .,..:. ; 5-...,... ,-" ; .It.';.. '," '" -.i vU.. ?

.. luncheon with pumpkin pie. 12:30 GOSPEL CONCERT.. HALL ." :; .
; turkey :
12:55 NEWS_ ; ; ) <

.', ,A massed- arrangement of English 100 PROTESTANT HOUR : .
',hawthorn centered the speaker's 1:30 HOUR OF DECISION .-I.- '... 1\ ,

table'and reached in garland down 2:05 THE SUNDAY DRIVER .- :.. A tI

the lengths of the U shaped tables 5:10 EVENTIDE *' }, .\.. '., .

laid thirty-five- guests. 5:29 SIGN OFF : \ "


USED WASHERS ENTERTAIN AT BUFFET SUPPER' -,',,, > : ,'. :\ 4. T: __ <.

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:\ .: "*GOOD SELECTION : hosts Sen and Mrs W T Davis were i .. / '0
;' o' : ..1 Tuesday evening at a ;lovely -1- < vf.
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.:' Howerton Supply Company buffet supper given in' 'honor of -- ., .. .,--' .. 'bV: .,''' .,'' .,: 5 < '' ':- : "'-<. ... :
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'*-'--Mrs T C Merchant Jr and Mrs { !! ::;'< : -, a
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arranged on the dining table and ). ____ ;- .
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.8- at pie home of the latter, Thurs- points of interest in the home. : : :; ;
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delightful occasion and included < : ? ,
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<: .' Jean Ragans whose weddingwas I t .. l1't "-
members of the .. -
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an event of Sunday afternoon. and Mrs J R McClure and Mr and -: ..-_,. : $ii. ,, ',.,... ;
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Fall flowers in pink blue, andS Mrs Bob McClure Jr of Tallahasseewere :: -- "" ."' \ry
in the living- '& ;; \'V'
:white were arranged ;
those _: "
among attending.. :.-.; .:;
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three-course ;
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.: was served. .UIN Or SHINE{ I you'll save hours of washday ..... .
Marion T Fra- ; .
Roberts and Mrs L :1'.;.
rlc..With a tameless electric dryer.: It's t .
: i h: so convenient,. \
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'--.;::so cle n.and so on clothes. *
The
easy
your gentle action
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Miss Henry Ragans joined ,
.The Methodist Men's Club .
had a ;;
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players for tea when a dessert large number attending the meeting drys clothe fluffy end 'soft-you never haVe ,to worry 4
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:course,. ..was served. Tuesday night when a,picture on ,:-. .about strong sunlight oc whipping winds. So why not -

' The honoree was presented.with fallout was'shown by a Navy officer.; -make yoyr washday,an_'easy day with .a Homeless 1 .

a. piece of silver in her pattern. The Janie Paul circle served "': electric dryer. If you',buy now. you can trade in your !

supper to the group. : .
: old_clothesline for 45. '
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SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on several

top-of-the line G-E appliances at -
The Madison Jr Women's Club .
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the Women's Club. Mrs Opal Selph. tllIBA ,POWEIl-
750-14 Goodyear All-Weather -
I 1'.. president presided at the business

\ meeting Mrs Francis Collins gave I R- -
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an intereting talk about her work 'l"1l1TlO'Nt. ;: :

with retarded children at Greenville. .
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Candidates for new members were As\ Low As $1 88" Trade in your old clothesline on a,new electric dryer during K'l

introduced. Final arrangements were r. .. >- -: ; [ October or November. Bring i it cfeng to yewr dealer's store 4' .....r .-;;:....
made those to to Albany Ga Plus Tax and ;. ;: < when .; .
for go Exchanger = s you go purchase ,yow electric dryer.. t > -'..--0' .'.'' -
to be on the TV program "Chalk : 46. 7tI
It's worth ,
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It';,Up" Wednesday night October ftBft .... -
25, at 7\00 p nv, Channel 10 Themeeting 4t .

was adjourned and refreshments & TJI'e C J
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T. (Bud.,Y)"- McWffliams, Jr. !III L.. BEEF LIVER. .. CANNED HAM" S

1 AGENT, STANDARD OIL CO.

HU 3-2279 iiII W SLICED: J I SWIFTS 4 LB. CAN PREMIUM- I _
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION On .3 $1 299III -
FOR TAX DEED LBS : .

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 0: : ;
...that Roy' Smith, holder of Tax Cer- en a
tificjite No 3 of 1958 toted September .
2, A D 1958, has fuel: said :
*_certificate in this office and made -- 507 S. :RANGE ST.. ,; -I. ---T
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application for tax deed to issue :r ;.. JIll
:::'lhere0n' in accordance with law. g t r
Said. certificate embraces the foL. .
t}lowing described property ,situated .'
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was in the name of J A CAMP -. -: .; :1 Y' '
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be .redeemed according. to law, tax ... .' < l;: 9 resh !

; ., deed will issue thereon to thehighest ,, flJft.-;:;; s 1 ..... .Y..'..' .... .. . -e.Iihoice; f
.1 bidder at the West door of .. ... : .
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the Court House in Madison, Florida 4:< ..; 1:: .' W. .- u. i :
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; An evening ,Arc Welding ,school FREE 50VC Quantity Rights Reserved Price Good Thru October 28th
for adult farmers is being conducted
ft by Herman D Melvin Vocational 50nta so '
Agriculture Teacher, Greenville .= e % GREEK STUMPS uau t COUPON rot UMIU THIS COUPON PdA
High School in the Vocational Agriculture M Stl Iran MPJMA ,
Department Shop Two WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR Y MN MMt WhfrChfa Y M.aatMrM.DaE
classes per week are being conducted -r-. NEAREST WINN-DIXIE STORE b AMHM T*Theee tesvkify' 'r+r:" L A Nieo Te Thea R 0+* 'we"
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x Yw iwrckes. t.nn1 Wlaa Ya lrfchae
with an enrollment of 13 In Void After limit One Coupon To Adult With ANY TWO Feu* VKSJ. &QWNFLAKC '
each class. ._ -. Oct.28 A$5.00 or More Food Order FROZEN PANCAKES ,
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vole.AFTKII ocTOSVt TH VOID AFTKft OCTOH*MTfco
others wishing to .improve their N ",1, .. .MHHHHHHHHHILimit cttESMe rAMPE 51 '
welding skill. Instruction includes b t*t1* ** VI t i i i fi .

welding in various positions; on ::; 1 of choice with Food Order. .
... different metals, welding cast iron, your "


hardsurfacing welder.ting ADULT and brazing CLOTHING and soldering with CLASS an cut.arc -c o 5 sro; CO .F. F E E. -', 1-Lb.ASTOR Can 4. 9-! Maxwell59'!::-,:r.- -:-'.


This course is planned for the .
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person who has had little or nor your .
i experience in recently developed O !ARROW FAB :
techniques in clothing constructionand 3 .
includes study of pattern ? Giant .49 r Giant 59': :
selection taking body measurements Box Box
and simple alterations; fabric-selection -n .

and preparation with emphasis 8. Limit 1 of your choice with Food Order. .
placed on easy-to-sew patterns and .
.. fabrics; sel tton/' used arid care. of 5-'o- .
modern sewing and pressing equipment ASTOR 'k'
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making of suitable accessories. LAND 0' SUNSHINE' .
2-, It is a 36 hour course taught on 4 '
Monday evening from 7 to 10 under *. ;-
f 'i the direction of Miss Elwanda Barber H BUTTER + s -
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home economics teacher \':
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the Greenville High School O .w ; . ,. ", '0.
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I I -sessions Mondays, Tuesdays, *and .
P Thursdays M. at the high." school at 7 -N N# 'Si Fre.itH. JFRUIYj1e, rry Peach -

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developing their commercial tech. Peaches: Folt''
.* nlques. There are still vacancies in VI i
.; I'lA.dvanced Typing classes ".... flANGE
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27th, i96i 'THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON; FLORIDA PAGE FIFTEElf" :.
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For Fuel IOil( i. Let's Get.Acquainted. ......... ;: ,
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you're proud it .- -.,>.
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ADS :* Ca1HIJ34601; !'
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brigittotheNorth "" ., \ : Ii"I\
Lost ': J.B.DAVISINC ,. ,-.* .,'", .:
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., -. more you know) about .-.
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Oct31-Nov4 Clime Serves ;
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the many ways in l
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W. B. Davis Jr. I Pretty picture post cards of North 65 Patients : >':: which we .can' be -. ; .
Florida Junior College. 5c each at .
Enterprise-Recorder office. # helpful toyou, the -twill

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE:. Plasti-tak for sale at The -Enter J. D..Scruggs The semi-annual Crippled Children's more opportunities we :
ACREAGE FARMS, prise-Recorder office. Clinic sponsored by theAmerican
have. to I? .
'serve
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL .FORESTERREGISTERED Legion, was held here
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL'APPRAIsALS .FOR, RENT: Furnished apartments, SURVEYORPh. Friday October 13, at the Legion you. Which will make : f.'

close, In town. Also oil heaters for HU 3.6186MADISON. Home with 65 patients attending. us very happy 4 '. y'
sale, tubing and drum. MRS J ;I .Mrs Helen Larrimore: District .
ABSTRACTS OF TTTLE .. FLA. ; R T*., .
and think #
TITLE INSURANCE NEWMAN, Phone HU 32523. .Crippled Children's Nurse, was we : you _4

112 West Base Street ,< 8-tf-ch in charge of arrangements.. PJiysi- too! ,- y
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Georgia clans in attendance were Dr William -
MADISON. FLORIDA
BOAT FOR SALE .r 3 .:t.::,
""4, Phone HU 3-6277 Dandy light boat, used once, liken J Hutchison M D, Orthopedic "
PLATE .CLASS u/ Surgeon and Dr Oven, M D
w. Cost $75. Leaving town,, will Raney SAVINGS ACCTS $ CHECKING ACCTS i'
pediatrician both of Tallahassee.Miss .
FOR SALE sell for ,
$45. See at WELLS "' "
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C..pany Edna Knowlton, physical thera-
_:.BOAT: CO, 7-2t-pd f '. FLORIDA BANK AT
pist and
Don't worry a lot-Buy one in GLASS Mrs Margaret Palmer district MADISONJ.=. Z
Acres. Choice FOR RENT: Two house' trailersone secretary of the Crippled Children's ,
Livingston Spring
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GLASS HOCK Member \;
ones still available. furnished ,reasonable price. Commission both of Talla- Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationS..

key Bevan house. The only one G C RODGERS, U S 90 East* MIRRORSVALDOSTA hassee, assisted Dr'charles L MattesJr And Florida National Group of Banks .

available on the lake. HU 36555. 8-tf-ch M D, Director of the local Health

17 in Cherry Lake, with I GA. Department and his staff also as- '
acres .
FOR RENT: Apartment unfurnished, .
two-bedroom house and pasture.. sisted. Gas Heaters I WOMEN OF CHURCH MEETINGMrs :
-' available immediately Phone
Mr R C Williams, Manager of 'j

Good 500 earth.acres, good land and pasture. SMITH DRUG STORE, HU 3- Registered SurveyorPhone Williams Brace Co. Tallahassee, Donald Loper, the new presi- .
6262 MRS KIRBY Natural
or REICH.
L
P Gas
his
Only $55 an acre. represented company measuring or dent, conducted the October business -
MANN
Ph. HU 3-637L 4-tf-ch HU :32372MADISON. ;
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children for braces.
I Two thrifty tree farms, 140 ,. meeting of Presbyterian Women
acres and 80 acres. The price is WANTED: Part-Time Employmentby FLORIDA Mrs Christi, also of Tallahassee'. WCCOPELANDJRCARDOF111ANKS) of the Church when the budget for

," Tight. several North Florida Junior fitted children with corrective the year was accepted.Mrs .

One-two-bedroom house, close in. College Students. Anyone need- JOIIN W. WADSWORm shoes.- Dan McCown, Mrs T C Merchant

Monthly payments $47,07. Only $900to ing such help please call North Mr James Bush Vocational Re- Jr and Mrs Kirby Reichman

close. I i Florida Junior College Business FOR habilitation counselor, .interviewed reported on the recent Presbyterial

112 acre farm and tree farm. Manager or Registrar. Telephone: PEST CONTROL SERVICE the patients sixteen 'Years of age and meeting in Pensacola. They stated ,

Enough timber to grow a fortune, HU 32288. CALL older. the. birthday objective for 1962
Volunteer ,workers were Mrs would be guidance
enough land to keep you busy. Presbyterian
BURKEEr'rERMrrrATING Rachel Reichmann Mrs Hazel Plant We wish to extend to everyoneour
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FEMALE HELP WANTED program in all of the church col-
CO. and Mrs Ester Watson representingthe appreciation for the erpressio
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WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE leges.
Broadus
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Willoughby
If you would enjoy working 3 or 4 PHONE 29&J PERRY, FLA. Madison Gray Ladies. and Mrs of for sympathy the beautiful, acts of kinJmss and It was announced a covered dish
flowers
at the
Hazel Musser, Mrs Alberta.Mattes. church would be held in
1 REALTOR. hours a day calling regularly each supper
LIVE STOCK AUCTION passing of our beloved'mother, Mrs
'
and Mrs Inez Eads. All rendered
Phone HU 3-6481 MadisonUNtlEO month on a group of Studio Girl Fellowship Hall Wednesday night
Sell your cattle and hogs in our Invaluable assistance.Trooper Bessie Goodman. May God bless
Cosmetic clients on a route to be, auction each each Oct 25. ,
Monday. Sales start' at the High- of you. ___
Kilpatrick of
established in and around, Madison 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK THE GOODMAN CHILDRENof MrsJ: M: DuRant, chairman of

and are willing' to make light de- YARD, Ino, Monticello, Fla. way Patrol. furnished transportation. Circle No. 1, and members presented

liveries, etc., write to STUDIO Registered Angus bulls for sale during the day. I Inactivity was given by Dr W the Stewardship program
GIRL COSMETICS, Dept. OW- 9, at all times. The American Legion servedcookies G Stracener.Mrs r entitled Give of Your Best To The
and milk to the children during Audrey Wood, : -
Glendale California. Route will pay. missionary Master.
List your farm and city property up to .$5.00 per hour. 7-3t-ch the clinic. The Legion extends its. spoke on her work with little chil- : Mrs W G Sheldon gave a flannel-

with us for nationwide advertising. : thanks to the National Biscuit Co.' ;graph on the Good Samaritan. Mrs
fro charge for listing. ROUTE. MAN WANTED. MUST BE CIRARDINFOR JEWELERS for the cookies, Bassett's Dairy for 1 dren.Members reported best spiritual Graham Wheeler spoke on Love and
RELIABLE, AND AGGRESSIVE.NO the milk and Mr W C Copeland for. interest
and
attendance in years. Giving and Mrs DuRant on Tithing1.
Bob & Beanie SearcyRT. LAY-OFFS. CAR AND REFER- THE GRADUATE,OR BRIDE gas to cook with. --
ENCES NECESSARY. WRITE: MR At the noon hour the American I

2, BOX 130-A CAMP, 659 WEST PEACHTREEST. SILVER CHINA CRYSTAL: Legion treated .the workers to A

MADISON, FLA. ., NE ATLANTA, ::8, GEORGIA. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY: -* delicious meal of fried*'fish .and 1Tj0N7TThComplete

PHONE HU ,3-6487 -74tch'WANTED EXPERT REPAIRING tiushpuppies; cheese grits:w salad,

Why buy a Carpet Shampooer : One Good AllisChalmers -; NATIONAL potato chips coffee, tea. and, pie, Systems Installed & Financed
which enjoyed by all. Mr Miller
was
We'll loan you one FREE with purchase "B" Tractor and Equipment. "
of Blue Lustre Carpet & Up- II BRIDAL- Buie and Mr T E Weatherly. prepared .
Also two disk plow.Elb rt
.the. meaL l{ >':EL
bostery cleaner. Mac's Furniture & Strickland, PO B 422. Madison '"- bwii ;
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.Appliances. ,,. -. : t t.II; sick :
i' -I ls:Tlione'Huntet 3259... $ L"t > or.J 'F -O c1 ''' qcEs. '
A good selection 'Pi. -
8-lt-pd : __ ___
FOR SALE: Florida Black rye J H w Sterling & plated HollowareA MFB Annual Sessio: ;' THIS/

CALHOUN. 7-tf-ch by finest manufacturers-" /T *A "BI:
15" dairy heifers, Holsteins Guern '_ ., \ .
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seys, Jerseys. Vaccinated,, dehorned, Many gifts to choose from Middle Florida Missionary Bap- "- !!':; .-b-.".
BEFORE SELLING timberor ',,' .r-- .:
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your 33 months :old, to have calves in J, 303 No. Patterson tist Association of Florida held its .. ,[}' lJ .
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timber land, please see me. We Distributors for: Y
are also interested In' baying a November and December. .One milewest nu a -session. .at.tIe f;, ,- .. -
of. Dowling Park in Lafayette' VALDOSTA GA. : bstBaptistan ,
at'Lee
limited amount ,of pine-hardwood rch October ;: DEMING TURBINE PUMPS --, ," '- :: ': !,
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county. J. A. SIMS, R 1, Mayo.I 12th and at Brewer Lake Bap- :
pulpwood delivered by truck to ,
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. Swift 42735. 7-2t-pd tist church Day, October 13., CONTINENTAL. POWER UNITS. ..:, .,.. .:" .

See, write or call HOT, MIXED ASPHALT PAVINGWe Christ's Way is Open to You U. S. ELECTRIC MOTORS ", (:' '

l_ P. GIBSON -PECANSWe pave drives parking areas was the.theme for every member .." ? .t -

Rt. 3, Madison. Florida streets, etc. Top quality. Fair every church in sharing in World REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE :- .
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 prices. WAINER BROS., Inc.. Ph Missions through the Cooperative

WkU again Buy your pecans CH 2-4011, no- S. Fry St Valdosta, Program every week bringing out t| .)< RACE &< RACE AND SURE RANE, .. FITTINGS. .,. '
this season at top prices. Ga 45-tf-ch the fact the world must have 'the "". ',.
FOR SALE Plenty of live fish :
bait, shiners, minnows, pond worms We have: foundation of God's Word, the Holy ,. Plan now for yoUr future irrigation needs '. '

blue wigglers crickets, sand maggots % Plenty of Texas White Ber- EXPERT REPAIR Bible. r :; ? .s....:

tackle; and a good brand ,of muda o1'plantS.. e. .. The program opened at Lee 1.-; ESTDIATES GIVEN -' "
I Georgia red sweet potatoes, Thursday_wfth, fong service*with. v *-- ., + -..... "
guaranteed fishing poles, plus a Y' .111 .1 .. ..
complete line of Bogie baits. $2.50 bu. SMALL ENGINES Rev Julian Maddox of Grepnville as r Get Our Prices Before You Buy 1',:
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Bushels of. fresh for leader. Devotional RevA M 1
Rowell's Bait, and Tackle Centeris fr peas by ,. :
now air-conditioned to assureyou FREEZING or table use. Rowe, Madison. *s*'

of more lively live bait: Also Fresh fruits And vegetables. SALES & .sERVICE Moderator for the programs, RevI ,HACKNEY BROTHERS

we give 24-hr service to anyone, T Carter, pastor of the church,

seven days a week. We have THE J.LSurles&SonsMADISON opened the program with welcomeand Phone 752-3161 Lake City, Fla. .
d THING! Howerton Supply Co recognition of the visitors ,and -

ROWELL'S BAnS & TACKLE FLA. : new pastors.Mr ..

MADISON. FLA. Carl Burnett Clerk twos, in
CENTER, across from SAL Depot, ,

Madison. 41-tf-ch NOTOHave charge committee.of the.reports.business session with M isoa. Gas Go. Madison, Gas C..


FOR SALE: Smith Corona Sky- I truck coming out x>f Jack- CALLJLPate After special music. Rev J D
: '"in sonville each week, partly loaded. Young, pastor of Brewer Lake gave
writer portable typewriter, '
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the .
; doctrinal 'sermon Adjournmentat '
Contact J I SURLES at HU 3-2395. : ..
zipper case $49.50 cash. The : -... ,5:30'p. m. for the bountiful O.

ER.FOR ; Madison; Florida:, 7-lt-ch Phone 2525: Greenville'Ia." evening ,meal served by, the ladiesof V." -,"" ,..' JJ. : : .
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> the host church. -

SALE: Pure" bred Angus bulls, General Dress making. Alterations for Evening session opened at 7 p. m. I- w. 1-

all ages $150 up. R C DICKIN- Mending MRS DUR- SANDINGVARNISHING with song service. Devotional by Rev -
SON. HU 3-2517 5-tfch WARD' SMITH. Phone HU W D Keis of Greenville. After the ==
business session special music 30 GALLON KEE .
was '
3-6156 Madison. 5-4t .., *
FOR RENT OR SALE: Two-bed- WAXINGOld rendered by the Assodational Youth '

room house and lot south side of EARN WHILE YOU LEARN THE or New Floors Choir under the direction of Clinton Gas; Water Heater. e=
Harris God Is The Same. The ,
Lake. Also threebedroomhouse
Cherry PRINTING
TRADE. We have
an ,
Glass Lined
10-yr WarranterHAEDWICK "
for rent on northeast side message on Evangelism was given by 'l_ ;
i openingfor one young man appren- T. M HOWERTON! JR. Rev Gordon of Adel, Ga. r. .' <
of lake. Water and fishing rights tice. The 'Enterprise ecorder. Pittmaa ,":0-.
free. J 0 McDONALD, pinetta The second day's meeting opened : $54.95 5 .

Fla. 5-3t-ch CONSULTING FORESTER at 2:30 p. m. at Brewer Lake Bap- "" .. .' _' '. : .i' -
TIMBER MARKETING tist church with song service in ,' .
NOTICEGOOLSBY : f ...: !,>
FOR SALE: Florida Black Rye, ... S., Duval Street charge of Her Maddox. Devotional ,
by Rev S V O field, welcome by :373 i
i Ph. HU 3-6681. Madison >
purity 99.72 percent, germination Dairy property in the ,
Rev J D .
I Young pastor.The "
92 per cent., Borre Lupine, purity Blue Springs community is posted. ':
"" Marriage certificates for sale at The association at work began at :.: '
99.86 percent, "germination 93 No Hunting or Trespassing. :
149.50
Enterprise-Recorder office. 2:55 with business session and, reports Gas Range !
percent BOB LAWTON. Sampala Oct 13-6t-pd V; .

Lake Farms phone HU 36860. 1 BISNF.SSIEN : A trumpet solo, accompanied by Completely installed, with two :
8-2t-ch DO YOU NEED .A BABY SITTER? r r r s Mrs I T Carter 100-lb
was" enjoyed afterthe !S : gas cylinders. Q

.. NICIE GRINER CALL HU 3-2552 aJvg session. :: $1999 down $7.65 -
FOR SALE: 46 ft mobile home. Newspaper s- Missionary sermon by Rev Carl w .. > mo.
College student living at the home of Webb. Evening meal senby. host
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very clean $2500 cash, wilt conSider Mr 'and Mrs Fred Mickler -- .
church ladies
trade for ;furniture' f as 8-lt-pd caihey.tmakemsiiey Song'serrice: and Rev A,M.Parker : Madden Gas Co.HU -r c/a
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Plant's Trailer -
partial payment;
'opened evening business It 1r
session. .
Park JACK .DASHER.. 7-2t-pd. Cal-Lime Let us spread d' your Dolomite-Hl- as wel as kmfi was voted to have an Assoclational .! 3-22% Madison. Fla. g
-- a Phosphate,Prices rea.. .
INSURE your Merry Christmas! :sonable. ,FOR BETrDtSERVICE: ;, .. office at Madison with Mrs: W H R. H. "Bob- Dye Charles Wells :;

Earn Christmas money selling nationally I CALL SUWANNEE SPREADER II ii 1tus Iess. Woodard elected Secty Officers were Mrs Agnes H Young Eugene *Paf ButeMAHSON

advertised .Avon gift sets. ,SERVICE. Phone collect to Forest -" forthe' ensiriflg year,' .

Write OUIDA,C SWEAT. ;=Live Oak, :2-2560, Live Oak,, Florida Day : C4HUH3S1 Mr W A Willaford. erector of
or ,
FJa. Lj'":. Night. 2-4t-di .....4'". ._ .' > .'First:' Baptist choir in MaiKson. san' GAS CO. .. .. .,. ..G s7Co.:
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WEST MADISON MOSELEY HALL. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHUHCH WELCOME 'TO"
METHODIST CHARGE CHURCH Pinetta, Florida LEE. METHODIST CIRCUIT NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH J.B. .DA VIS"IN6.

., 4 PAUL A. TRAVIS. Pastor Come Worship With Us
REV. C. p. DAVIS. Pastor Pastor .R..:... Levaughn Middleton Sunday Bible School 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. SHELL JOBBER -
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CHERRY LAKE CHURCH Chairman of Board of Deacons S. S. Supt. Mr. G. C. Buchanan Lee and Hickory Grove Churches Morning Worship -...... 00.A. M. .II
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS I Mr S R Sapp Morning Worship ..:::_ 11:00 a. m. REV. L. E.. DEN LOW. Pastor Baptist Training Union &30 P. M MADISON, FLORIDA:;

Sunday School 10:00 A._y. Training Union Director Training Union 7:00 p. m.' AT LEE Evening Worship 7:30 P. M.

:Worship Service, "7:30 P. M. Sidney R Moon Directorn T. C. Morris Morning Worship1st Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M.: Buy SHELL gasoline at the

SECOND: &. .FOURTH SUNDAYS Associate Director Mrs Kelly Bailey Evening Service 8:00 p. m. and 3M'sundays 11:00 a. m. Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. following :Madison. County .'locations
Sunday School Supt. Hour of Power Wed. 8:00 'p. m. 2nd end 4th Sundays 900 a. m. Philip Howell ...._......_. S. S. Supt.
Sunday School ._ 10:00 Aj Ml::
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:Mr Hayward, Andrews Choir Practice, Wed. 9:00 p.m. Evening Service Marvin Bass B. T. U. Director .... *
Worship Service ____ 11:00 A. M. Pianist ; Miss Patricia Moon R.A.'s. meet Saturday '3:00 p. m. 1st and 3rd Sundays 8:00 p., :m. REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor $ i

Family Night Friday before First Song: Leader Mr Leroy Cruce 'Everyone is welcome Sunday School MESSER B & T CO. -.....'.> '*\>
Sunday 'each month at .7:30 P. M. Sunday School 10:00 a. m. The only thing missing in our Every Sunday ......, 10:00 a.. on SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTCHURCH DAVIS SERVICE STAnONROBINSONS <

Thomas Surles. 'Church School Supt. Morning Worship H:00, a. m. ch rch is (U). Youth Fellowship GARAGE E" _
ROCKY ,SPRINGS CHURCH Training Union -. 7:00 p. m. Every Sunday ......._.. 7:00 p. m. Services every Saturday at Mad : h
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ison American Hall. $ -..
BOBBY WILLIAMS, Legion .
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FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Evening Worship B'JQ p. m.
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GREENVILLE, FLA. Church School SuperintendentAT Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. GREENVILLE SHELL STATION
School 10:00 A. }.L' Prayer Meeting -:... 7:30 p. m. "
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Sunday School 10:00 A. M. HICKORY GROVE Church Service 3 p. m. . ;
and His
Service ._....-11:00 A. M. The Lord; The Father >
:Worship
family Bids Welcomes each of you Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Morning Worship E: C. WILLIS, S. S. Supt. BLAKTON'S GR CERY--. .>.
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SECOND &. FOURTH SUNDAYS to and Worship with us; Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:30 a. m. : HAROLD YATES, Pastor Telephone Sinnaas if: .
'Worship Service --:__. 9:30 A. M. whether come be poor or' whether Evening Worship ..._ 7:30 P. M. Evening Service : HU 36517. :' ..
Sunday School _. '10:30 A. M. you be rich you, makes no difference.' Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P.'TV!. 2nd and 4th Sundays 8:00 p. m. Everyone Welcome .. ;

Family Night, Friday after: Second He welcomes you 'to come and eat'. CHURCH'OF Sunday School :' JACK JOHNS SERV'STA.n':
MADISON CHRIST LEE BAPTIST CHURCH
.Sunday each month at 7:00 P. M. His Spiritual food with us all. Every Sunday ___ 10:30 a., m. Cherry Lake *. | =
701 South Range REV. I. T. CARTER Pastor -,
P. K. Rpwell, Church School. Supt. Bible _. Youth Fellowship -
Sunday Study 10:00 A. M. Services every Sunday
L. TIV
F. TERRY GROCERY
Sunday 7:00
Every p. m.
Claude Duval. Charge Lay Leader Several top quality refrigerators Lord's Supper and Sunday School 10:00 A. :M. 4 *. !
Service.
Mid-Week 2
r SHILOH CHURCH. and ranges, used ,only a Edification ____......., 11:00 A. M. Every Wednesday Prayer 8:30 p.< m: Morning Worship ?._.::,,. 11:00 A. II. Et. :Madison #'.1|
T FIRST AND THIRD 'SUNDAYS Sunday Evening Service 7:00 P. M., Training Union 7:00 P. M. .. .
at discount. JULIAN ANDREWS.
few months a good ,
Worship Service __ 9:30 A, M. Wednesday Evening Church School Superintendent Evening Worship_ 8:00 P. M. FLORIDENA COURT

Sunday School __;;. .... 1030 A. 21 HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. .Services ... i _. 8:0Q": P., M.: Prayer Meeting Wed. 730; P. M On US 90 7 ml. W. of Madison,
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Sunday School __,.:.... 10:00 A. M.Worship F- i
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Service _' 7:30 P. M. *
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Friday after Fir! -I- >'''..
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Sunday; each month at 7:30 P. .M. !. ;-' .1.....

Herbert Brooks, Church School .
Supt. ,.I- <
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; Wiley Blair, Church Lay Leader

NEW HOPEFUL I j
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
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Services every first and third i .

Sundays at 11 a. m. and ,8:00. p. m. ,.:..
Sunday-; School every Sunday 10:00a. ;"

m.Prayer..
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Sunday :. Ordinary oils can create their own metallic ash. Above you see what happens when a No ash with SheITX-100 Premium Motor OIL When theisame test 15 tried with new

.Kingdom, Seekers Welcome.Collection Taken. ,' conventional multi-grade'oil; :is dropped'on this electrically heated piston de.vice.'Tbese Shell X-100 Premium all the oil vaporizes. The piston device is clean. There is no :. :

'$\ No r .... dark spots containadditive; ash.'Vhel this ash builds up in your engine,'it' ; '' :;
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.y.: ..: *.: Evening Preaching:Morning Service Service Services 7:30 11:00 every P. A.M..Sunday.M. ; \-o( __ Hot piston test shows that new Shell motor oil -" : :.:::,

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10:00 Prayer BTU A.Every Meeting M. Sunday every at 'Wednesdayat 6:15 P. TV!. :;>1; :.eliminates a trouble' other oils can create. _.d"how._ this. ; K. -

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.' 3 e Month Brotherhood Everybody at 7:20 Welcome.first P. M.'Thursday ever> tt< : ; ; revolutionary oil can prolong- engine life 5 ways.: 1:. ;


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J. R. COLLINS Pastor "' \. 1 iV i t.: .' 't ..l.. '. ',;,
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tSunday School -:.. -100 A. M. -' .. "; .. :: 4-- acid with alkaline'addidves.But* "\i.* '**

'i f Morning Worship _._. 11:00 A. 'M. Here. is 'n'..astonishing' : fact you should. know- :}. .. s.. ...:.:.-.. neutralizing ctoftheoi1 gets.weaker, .,.... .

Sunday Evening! BTU... CtiSO :p: Mi .. ... :. : $' .. i
; '-'before next-oil changerPremium? as engine acid eats up,the..alkalinityuntil -- ._. ;
'"+ Evening Services 7:30 P. M. :you: get your : -. : 6
;i } Prayer Meeting Wednesday si > eventually such an additive stops' j ;.

,. ( Evening _._... 7:00 P. M. motor oils-with one exception-will produce a, t1 working altogether. E'
W B SEALS, S S Superintendent ShellX-lOOPremiumdoesn'depend .

.' f ;7 ARTHUR CRUCE. Training Union -: deposit called additive ash. This ash can contribute : : fry on alkaline It actually plates all engine '

.. ,. ;.. Director. surfaces with a thin chemical film.
1.; ERNEST- CURT Minister to rough running and knock. The metal "adsorbs" some of die oils,
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: MT. OLIVE .BAPTIST CHURCHSunday -- :i{. Shell X-100 'Premium: 'is the one premium <' x:4rt: phenomenon "chemisorption] :* !

.?" ; School ---:- 10:00 A. M. ....I *.r. : -..... .,., :-. Theproces.sof"chemisorption''offersunique .,

Morning,Worship.: ::_ J" 0.A..M. .,..... <>- motor oil.that cannot produce additive ashdeposit ... .. ,. long-lasting protection against
Training. Union d:30.P., M -.... ,1 f :r: acid attack: .._
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.d'f.;>:- : Evening Prayer Meeting Worship -_ 7:30 7:3O'rPoo,P.,M.K. ; in your engine. Read. how this remarkable \ :i =ikt.t-;:; : s.. : How\ much docs it cost? -

': : f ;:.. Church Business Meeting First 4-: oil If motor'oil,' '
formula last now use premium
..j i; Wednesday night of each month. A' helps your engine longer This Is Shett X-100 Premium; Motor OHm you
-. -- the) redletten. you'll get Shell X-100 Premium for
: ,:,; Brotherhood and WJ.I.U. Second the white can with
j t t Thursday night of each month.Y 'about the same price. .

\. Preaching services every Sunday. ..-roDAT, every Shell dealer has new leak out of your cooling system into ,engines lubricated with .Shell) X-100 If Yu're now making do with ordinary .

,;:: : Come Worship With Us. .r.: JL Shell ;-100 Premium. Motor Oil your crankcase. Premium were torn down and inspected. motor oil you'll pay about$3.60 a

i,ar., -r k.-t. KEV. DOZIER fz SAPP_ Pastor. '..0 ': ready for your next change-over., Many oils can.react chemically with The amount of'.sludge, was astonishingly year more-less than a penny -A day.'.

1 1"&; r New X-100*premiums unlike any permanent antifreeze to form a,horrible i- low. In some cases there was so extraassummgyoudriveataboutL the.
i i'HpPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH other motor oil. It.eliminates sludge bring an little it could hardly measured national average of 10,000 miles a year
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: ...,Sufiday School,10OQ' AiM.eMoraing !. .' _: t'.. and regular oil changes. '
i '- Worship 11:00 A. M that all oth rImmium-iuaotor oik.help otherwise heakhy: engine to standstill.. -
j' Baptist Training! Union 6:3GP.pL| create themselves.Tim dep sid$czcLlThen. you may be m for a t airbifi.; ; .. :Igaeres lempsrnim L:chnngrt. Quite a bargain for the one motor

Ming Worship 7:30 P.:.M: tin ash. It is caused by the metallic New. Shefl! X-100 Premium"resists re- Many'motor oils tend become too oil that fights additive ash, .and=four,

1 Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. ,. additives used to prevent scuffingslur3ge 'moron! with:aay sort of anti-freeze.. -thickWbeDmld. ndrootbinwhenbot.other troubles'to help-prolong'tnefllfe'of

i" Youth Service 3 P. M. Wednesday. deposits,trndation: and so Haute,, shrugs.it o J. This is hard on your engine. _,' your enine.

r. V. U SINGLETARY, S. S. Supt. .. '. With each stroke of? die piston, these New Shell X-00 Premium is an all..j1 .
,. 3. ;L. WYNN. B. T U. Director l. (r--f>."'" ". '. additives can metallic salts in ,..; aea&acc_ 4W year oiL Here now it works.Alkadinft .. < .

>. 1-. REV._ W G DeSHAZO*.* __g T. Pastor* .._ sr. .. the combustion::chamber. :Here they AH engbevacx mulate fie: ,dirt. has amolecularstrucutrethatr resembles, At Shell,'1997.scientists working

,- REV R K:'LONG.' Pastor :. 3'. t.. s .tt burn and form additive ash.Ttus ne pmhIeai is"stop tDeJBi1 y difle a basket of eels; to make your car go better end better.
,:... :MADISON CHURCH OF GOD When the oil is'coU Alkadine's eel '
ash bvfld ent kinds of eft frosu gam .- ;
icy School _____ 10:00,A. M.GYoeta ,< .) crest/ con wpln yovrcombustion ". -
c: and rbrsk with like molecules curl as if for comfort.In .
Service :_; : dyer,can cause your up g sticky.sludge tip
Wednesday 8:60p.m. eJobeckcmlrwnmgJdf.candogyoUr eagineT 'effect, they take up less space m the -
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