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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: November 3, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The most quail ever seen on lands Oak Hill NewsOak HOSPITAL NEWS.. ::.: f. .kI/ ; S FLO R r;1 .1

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of.the, Madison Club will
Hunting
: Hill,H D' Club"met Oct. 26 in / r,_,:.t ,. _. '_:.. .
greet hunters this fail; Club Presi- ) PIHETTA, FLAT
dent W C Copeland Jr said last the home of Mrs Tommie Ham Admissions: Mrs Renee 'Tuten. J..:. .:; tt -. ,.- ../2. ..": \ 1 ,

week. There are in the woods now mock. Mrs, Dedie .Gregol presiding._ a Mrs Norma Watson Mrs Beverly ." '! I" -. .. .. \ .
Roll call answered with J s
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"'the most birds I've seen'in my entire Smith;. Mrs Vertle Brinson, :Mr '.
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hunting experience', he said. Charles-'Watson, Mr: Mary' Barrs!
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Safety and health, hints new typezippers' .f (.t..
NOW 8800 ACRES Mrs, Elizabeth SulUvan, Mrs Mary I y .,s--' :
how to face the loss of a r '.
Madison Hunting Club has 8800 Burnham.. Mrs .Doris Wells. .Mr 4 'f : 5C
I loved 4-H to fair home
one, trip .
acres, Including three hunting pre Frank Cantey, Mrs: Ethel Wynn; -#' v .

serves an increase of about 2800 I improvements; Community'Council Mr, Doc 'Faircloht, Mrs:Rita Wells, ,. 5 f.. ,.,... --:-

acres from last year. Untold and/Civil., Ten'Defense' members course, and were two ineluded. Mr Ronnie, Payne, :'Mr''David Payne; -:: .CAMP ., } 1 ::

thousands of quail are in,, the preserves Mr Roy Smith. ;;MrS' dE Catherine
visitors, TUrs Bill Fourakres'' and ,
I and other tracts. The property -: Smith Mr Joe ;JohHSoh, Mrs Joy e LHQQ"S ,
Mr Mavis Buchanan, were present : )
is located In the northeastern i Howard. vjto C J, Hill; : = .:k.- ::1r' a 1
I The program: on Better Manage. ;,:.4 '. .. '
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section of Madison County I along e9 Mri AiyJnc briggers ;; t .
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the Withlacoochee River 4Bw. -prof msnl /Storage: *Space '_" given Mrs Willie .Albrittqn, Mr Max 'Walker \' 55 55. (J. t4 "S S. ':..,, t I S --...

petty was formerly used/as. 'a:private byMrs Gregol .and Mrs Shirley hiss"Renee Tuten and baby :E'7' : % ';' .. ''. !'"'"

club, and is considered to 'pro Cr f ton. Refreshments were enjoyed boy..Mrs Barbara Thomas': and baby 'V1I' .. .-- iJ "
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during the social both.Mrs' .. Mr Charles WatsJ Sharon
vide the best quail hunting injhe girl, Wra s..iss.a r Y.
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South. = *: s, !Bobby Buchanan:was honored Morgan, Mrs Vertle'Brmson, Mr ,

RUSTIC LODGE Oct 20 with a, stork shower in the Marty Barr ,Mrs Beverly; 'Smith, .- 1. G t r.

*Guests are housed 4n a rustic; home of Mrs Charles Sims. Several Mr Walter Davenport;*,Mr Horace FS

Civil War' Era two-story .lodge amusing contests .were... held*" with Henderson "Mrs Elizabeth Sullivanand i .5.

which retains its original charm ?-lrS 'Calvin -Buchanan and *Mrs baby girl' :Mrs Hattie Holmes .... S'
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Clayton urn fte'''recei'vin"' "prizes 55i1i.E ;; iEi--- 'S.'Vlq,:.. ;
I although comfort-conditioned with Mrs Mary Burnham and baby girl, .
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lights, gas heat, electric blankets, The honoree was assisted. by' Mf.'g Mrs Ada Helms, Baby boy Smith, .' .

indoor plumbing, and, a, modern Buchanan i in opening her_ lovely, Mrs Beulah Day,-Mrs' Lelo Walk '

kitchen, in which are 'prepared gifts. Sandwiches,:. chips,. ,cookies -Mrs Charles Watson Mi Worker At .Lee :: :LEE:, NEWS"NOTES BABY WILLIAMS.
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plantation-style: meals to satisfy a and cold drinks' were served at BABY -TUTEN *
Mr and Mrs Dale Williams of
the conclusion'of this ,
.delightful
gourmet. Sample menus include Su- occasion Born"to Mr and Mrs Howard -
Matheny Miss Maryruth, Nickels, a field Mr and Lee are announcing the arrival of .
wannee River catfish hush puppies Mrs Edna was co- Tuten -Oct 25th a baby boY' weight Mrs Allan Davis and '
worker'' who will be meeting with of a baby girl, Melanie Janet Williams
Southern style grits, 4-inch wide hostess. | 5 lbs 7 6zs. baby Baldwin visited Mrs 'Audrey
biscuits, cane syrup made on the Mr and Mrs Carl Grimes and two I BABY SMITH each ''Woman's Society of.: 'Christian Williams; and family last week-end. Oct 21st weighing 7 lbs 12& ozs,'

property, seafood and game deli- children of Twin City Ga, and, Mr Born to-Mr and Mrs-Jessie Smith ,service of. the Methodist' Churchesin Mrs E E Bridges of Miami came at the Madison County Hospital.
Ruel Grimes of Valdosta 'spent the Tallahassee District,, will .
a Saturday for an over night ..visitwith
cacies of many kinds. Jr of Perry Oct 26th a baby boy,
short while with Mr and Mrs J L meet the ladies, of the ,Lee 'Methodist her parents ,Mr* and Mrs A'E
JEEPS AND DOGS weight.!, a 7. Ibs, 10% ozs. Trooper Charlie Kilpatrick of.;
11 Four Jeeps and various -hunting Davis Sunday* ** """ BABY SULLIVAN i .. Church Friday: November10th. churchis Ragans.. She'' and Mr..and Mrs Clifford Greenville, 'spent several days thlsT .. '.1 ..
Mr and Mrs Talmage Bland and rywoman" of the Ragans and e.hildr. n
attended
buggies are provided for guests, as ;, Born to Mr and Mrs Jimmy Sullivan the week assisting in the :man hunt for
Karen the weekend in Panama invited to a. breakfast at services .Methodist
at the
spent church
well as 30 of the best hunting dogsin a baby girl Oct 27th weighing the killers of Trooper Casque.; '
d City visiting Mr and Mrs Eu homeof- Mrs Louis Searcy at, 8:00 Sunday .
the Southeast. Experienced 8 lbs 2K oz.
gene Bland and family. They also AM. Mr Olin Rutherford of Lake
guides and well-trained dogs assure BABY BURNHAMBorn ''
visited Mr and tIn Billy Green 'Mrs Lyon 'B- Crosby, President Wales was .a recent guest of Mr :FORT RILEY Kan (AHTNC -'r
membersand Mr Ronald
successful hunts for to and Mrs
highly and two children a short while. and Mrs W Clyde Dempsey, Secretary : -and Mrs J C Martin. Army PvtFelton W McDaniel

guests. MEMBERSHIP Mr and Mrs R L .Crafton and Burnham"7 a Ibs baby 12 girl Oct 29th of Promotion, both district Mr and Mrs H J Brown were 804 First st, Madison Fla, completed .

LIMITED Mrs Cecil Crafton were'hosts Sun- weighing ozs. officers, will be here with Miss called to Jacksonville Monday to four weeks, of advanced training .
Madison Hunting Club is designed BABY SMITH
day at an October picnic honoringMr Nickels. .. see her brother who was hurt in an with the 1st Infantry Division at
for Smitha .
for leisurely, unhurried hunting Born to Mr and Mrs Roy ,
: Cecil Crafton and son Joe in : accidental fall while at work: Fort Riley, Kan, Oct 21. .
its limited membership. It is understood baby boy Nov 1st weighing 7 Ibs
only a few memberships are honor of their birthdays. Also attending 8 ozs. Mrs E E Had4en and Mrs C M ,Miss Debris Merritt of Jackson- e

,available for this .season. were Mrs Lillie Saxton and BABY HOWARD. Plant, attended U of F Homecoming ville came for a week-end visit with Mr and Mrs A 0 Jackson of, .

EASILY ACCESSIBLEThe children, Mr and Mrs Bill Four- Born to Mr and Mrs Freddy iir Gainesville, guests of Mr and her parents, Mr and Mrs Irvin Miami spent a portion of last week,

akres and Shirley, Cindy Belcher Nov Mrs Albert Plant. ,Merritt,' visiting Miss Vesta Blanton.
Clublocated approximatelyeight Howard a baby girl 1st weighing -
Loring, Edna, Kessler and Yeager -
miles northeast of Madison | 5-.l lbs 6% ozs. -

is .readily accessible by air since it Gaston. 'Admissions: Tessie Irvine, Janie I MRS Homecoming Queen Sylvia Smith II
Mr: and, Mrs:Calvin Gaston, accompanied ,
is 20 minutes from the Valdosta Mr and 1.lrsViley -Blairto ,Pryor. Willie Franklin.

airport and 'railroad, stations and Jacksonville Sunday. 1 Discharges: Ocie Edwards, Corns

conveniently located to railroad and Jackson and baby boy Mattie
1 honored Monday'
Glen Buchanan was '
bus terminals and major ..highwaysin Smith. and baby boy, Ella Milledge,
with
at school a birthday party
the Madison area.Altogether Janie'/Pryor. '.
I given by hiss: mother, Mrs B S Bu- .
looks like "a banner
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for quail hunters as they :
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season of TRUCK DEMOLISHED
Sunday, Oct 2 Union services I
shoot at the most game ever seen on :
Pinetta Methodist and: Baptist. i
the property. church were held .In the .-Methodist A 2%' ton, truck' was demolishedand

H-ppy Hunting! church with Rev Paul Travis of the driver injured at 12:30( a m

-', Thi ,. Pinetta '1st= Baptist .pre 1hing. Thisa.as Thursday 3. miles south of dreen-

: a time of 'wonderful fellowship ville on S R 55.

i Sirmans News and worship for all concerned. Trooper Joe: Peavy ,tepo"tedthat ....I
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Luther Carl Came of Quitman
Plans were alsov made'for Thanksgiving ) I _
Union servicert<$ be held lost control of the truck when he L-- -" ; :

Mrs Gertrude Mullis of Albany, N-, -_;--i.... '" .. ."! -=:ei-. ran 1btot: aY1Gf ; .'h1tg1 !I''
Ga visited$ with, her*ipther,. Mr.W: Lover -- _
left and crashed: Into
: the highway' : :
air and?Mrs. Paul jUavesj. ,,* Mr >. :. ,
Cruc the' :week-end and Mrs: Jim_Reaves"- "'of- Hahir. r and cypres ',.t :which. ,fen. :over the: : ''I
Mr rand Mrs,. Roger ::Blair and Mr aad1frsJ D. Agner.1hi: -: A f ive5: rZrtuk. k'wce ,"
children of Lake,:;X3ty visited I tr. ;w Sunday'Reaves 'Mt '- "to t 2 the"trttck:out'.of the' ,. :I. :
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dresswerei'f. ...__ ,. slt ors. ,
11 and Mrs.-Delnia O Q iron Sunday.yy ::.t- ctE -- ; ;- '
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George Hudson enjoyed a
fihhing 'trip Saturday. They caught Mrs Leonard FarnelL, Misses BOB ANNOUNCES i

,j several black bass. Ruth and Elizabeth Everette Joan GOVERNOR'S VISITt w Y \1

Pete Tuten and children of Perry Agner, Frances Sexton and Jane 1Ii

11 were dinner guests of Mrs H C FarneH attended the Future Teachers Lion President Bob Lay is\\ an- IiJ;J

Tuten Sunday. America 'Convention in ,+Clearwater nouncing that District Governor. w I i
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-Mr and Mrs Austen Clements Friday and Saturday. They Tom'. Pi-ateri'wi;: 'be at the local .

visited Mr and Mrs Jack Hudson of were' accompanied by, Mrs Leonard Club: ..neaEt: Tsd y and reminding

Shady Grove Sunday Morrow, who visited relatives in !all Lions to be there: with guests

Remember Prayer meeting Wednesday ,- 1 Clearwater..'We. are looking for- Ion* timeKso'they: won't" miss a good ... ..----... S. .'
night at 7:30. ward-'to'1iearing- 'rePorts soon. \meal and- InSpiring i. address. s%, .. Photo Courtesy of Barrett's Studio, Live Qaki FIa.,

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5'' American and Russian tanks at rooms reads something! like this: .

5. ; \the 'dividing line between past "The ,only qualification for mem-
bership to this organization is an FARM MACHINERY AUCTION
Berlin and West Berlin the past honest desire to stay sober." ..

'l, week,_ although the.tanks were AA is an organization that recog

,, < Published Weekly Subscription :$3.75: Per Year in Advance later'pulled back, is but another nizes the' need of Higher Power Our next Farm Equipment Auction Sale will be

Delayed Renewals $4.00. Per; Year dangerous step in a series thatif for 12 recommended its membership steps,'and for one recovery of the Wednesday, November 8, beginning at 10:00a.. m.,

not checked will one day lead 45 TO 65 TRACTORS GOOD VARIETY OF EQUIPMENT
states that the
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application expressly individual
to.an explosion.\ We were standing must be willing' to turn his life over OF ALL KINDS

Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June on. our rights, yes, when to the care of God "as he understands ,

15th, 1303, under Act of March 8, 1879., Him." Outside the fold of tractors
American civilians went into organized religion there are few A few of the. already consigned are:

OWNERS T. C. MERCHANT, T.. C.3fEIi.CHANT,. JR.' East Berlin. but sometimes it organizations that are more firmly I :
is not to'inSist established on a spiritual foundation. ... ,.
AND : expedient on 1 A Farmall 1-M John Deere
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to attend is
a, meeting to .
; v those rights, when the air isj t invoke that "spiritual experience" 1-100 Farmall W/JEquip 1-B Allis 'Chalmers i ; I

RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 charged with tenseness and a which members believe *is, so necessary 1-C Farmall -': .1-WD- 45 W/Equip.- I .

'I <'.' NEW. ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901 \ I It' false, step may, mean the destruction to return them to sanity. 2-200 .Farmalls W/Equip.. 1-850 Ford '
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CONSOLIDATED; JUNE 25, 1908 The AA i.
: .. program undoubtedlyowes V* .
of hundreds of millions 1-Super AV W/Cult. =1-650 Ford t'
its success ,to -the: pledge thata "
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:':': (: T. C.: MERCHANT Editor and Publisherts of human beings who wanted member's anonymity will be 1-Super H W/Equip.: 5-8N Fords -(.

\ : T. CL: MERCHANT JR., Managing Editor ... no fighting, who wanted onlyto respected, and when he tells his; '1400 Diesel. ., '.: 1 -40 Massey-Ferguson .

:'- MRS. A. W. V ANN/City Editor look after their little ones story before a public meeting he 1-60 John Deere 2-TO-30 Fergusons
has the privilege of disclosing no .
1 MRS. W. E. WIlSON, Advertising Manager. and, ,to ,live out their days in more than his given name.'-If he 2-B John Deeres. W/Equip.; .X* Ford-Fergusons ;

S peace and contentment.. Our!!so desires, he can doff the cloak of -
ARID .. ANYONE: CAN BUY OR SELL
.. Day of Machinery Southern forefathers stood on anonymity and publicly acknowledge
a drinking problem. There
are some
We drank our first: cane juiceof their rights:tpo when they sang. : obvious benefits to be derived. from .:. PhoneDay YU5-5048. Night YU5-3255 or YU5-3275. -
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I "Hurrah! Hurrah! that act of catharsis, but there will
thanks
the season Saturday. "For:: Southern rights, Hurrah j always be a danger in this procedureuntil

s I : 1'61' 0 to one of our good friends in I I "We'll rally around the Bonnie the American public becomes 'V C.OJ itt Tractor Cqmpju$ '

ri the Pinetta section. This juice Blue Flag .; better educated to'the ,fact that
0lllsiii5 ."That"bears a'single star!*' t ...
'out tractor i there should be .no' stigma,.attached Hi-way 33'Nort Moultrie, Gfeu
squeezed by
was
,. But the end result was untold to the quest for sobriety by a per-

An power ,. although the' classic y 'misery and loss, of life for ,both son Who is ,trying to get well from
method, wlych we 'suppose ,is this disease: !. WEEK OF PRAYER* V
sides and poverty and depression -
also usecl< today It is a divine dispensation of I JrfuJs! ; pPEPPEI'Mrs
f !il What seemed like a promise yet was by for our apart bf the country course that most recovered alcoholics i I

of rain to our thirsty land Sun- means of a 'in'liie going =aroundin s for decades.. That trouble could .ultimately reach the point :: ,The-\Voman's Society of Christian -! Alton Cochran of Miami
circle.. ?Machinery has taken where they don't care who knows Service of the Methodist church j
day when a few drops fell have been settled without, war visited Mrs A H Hemphill and
that group therapy ,has enabled observed the Week' of Prayer and : '
,turned out to be an illusion. We over many' of the operations :if. the counsel of men of goodwill them to wi1.a. victory. Indeed. many II Seff-Denial .from Oct 25-31. with family Saturday et route toJKokomo,

understand that some parts of formerly performed by men or on both sides had pre- of them have to be warned about the main theme'running throughout Indiana to visit there. ,

the county, : did*geb rain yesterday animals. 'The late .John Wilson vailed; and the Berlin problem, bragging on their membership, lest II the" week '"He opened the' book" 70x15 Goodyear

for here 'all: told, the writer once that years they fall. off the wagon or ,have a !Luke.. '417. "
1 ,-, .butg rri4 us we tough'as it is, can be settled "slip"' somewhere along the 'way, -. All Weather fire
could trace of, ago he ginned ;cotton up in On Thursday an all day meetingwas -
: record was a. too ifs we will let reason rather and thus put the organization in a-

c T rain, for after the few .drops.' Hamburg ,by: mule. power, :and ,than stubbornness prevail." B 1$ tit bad light, for AA is not 'an"organize' > h ld. The thought for ,the daywas
tion that harbors drunks '"The Three R's of''Christianity" As Low As $11.88
the old railroad'that .ran from ; r
the sky cleared again and that cannot be settled by means "
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Like the Christian religion however with Mrs Pat Mi 1inor. Mrs J C '
night the!I stars I came out bright Tallahassee, to St., Marks' waf 'of boasting. and obstinacy. ,' and it doesn't close the 'door to a Burnette\ and Mrs Paul 'Touchton Plus Tax and Tradein'jatMESSER r

and shining.. Tn Miami '.Friday operated' hYV muje.r. Indeed, dares and fighting words. and. sinner. If a man stumbles; he can being. the.... leaders.,

night the ,football l 'game, between when the writer came here fifty warlike gestures.Sjilthdarm. always come' back and begin again, On Monday afternoon "the" program I t .
so ).longas he has that "honest de
Miami and the Universityof years ago, 'we were operatingthe was held with the following
sire. '
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North; Carolina. was playedon newspaper. by arm power taking part:. Mrs. Fred Mickler, Mrs Battery & Tire .Co.

a rain-soaked field but''up' and the, job presses by leg and ers' "t.-' FOR FUEL OIL CALLC. I A F Harrison. Mrs". John- MaultsbyJr. ,
T. (Buddy) McWilliams, Jr. Mrs Carl Karstedt, and Mrs the leader of the afternoon. .

here things; continued dry. And foot power and setting the type The. Comoro Islands are a AGENT: STANDARD, OIL CO. I Cleon Hiers.. Mrs J B Davis, Sr was An offering of $1X300 was taken.

if we may digress, from the by hand. After; we put in the group of French islands iii the HU 3.2279 4

:weather, for a 'sentence or two typesetting machine( however, Mozambique 'channel lying be- 1
Mrs Pearl Sackett was SUPER FLOOR .
slightly
there was many a time when .
and break the ruleof English ,
tween the African mainlandand
composition for unity: in 'the the machine was acting contrary injured last 'inursday afternoon RQO '=Jf.'I1 AT OUTLETS VxG
,, the northern.. end. of Madagascar about darK when she either walked W'
that almost wishedwe "
paragraph-many daily newspapers we >' into a'
of which they forma the end of boat which was ,
'f nowadays violate the had continued on the. by dependency. -There are four extending trom 'Nathan Bodensteins mUJUlG: Q8.4sklesl;

.' rule for unity in the sentence hand basis. The old methodswere islands and a number of' Coral car parked at the postofuce or the

slower but though car backed into her, it was. not determined -
.we will say that the Miami game surer, islets in the group.: Their total
which. Mrs Sackett
;was the only one of the week of 'course they are impossible area is about a fifth, greater knocked down and she received was a

end that turned out favorablyfor under today's conditions. than that of Madison county minor blow about, the bridge oft the

us. Miami defeated North and their population is about nose and her glasses were knocked

Carolina, but Florida was I Headed For Great ,twelve times as great., 'TheI' off'.and one lens out.. Persons near-
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soundly beaten by LSU, FSU vanilla by and Mr Bodenstein came to her
i Islands produce ,
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lost to, Virginia Tech the University -. aid .and phe .was given temporary
f rice
: GrowthBack coconuts; sisal, .cern,
,treatment by. a physician and released -
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'. of Tampa lost itsgame sweet potatoes, yams, tropical I! V t ttp

Monticello defeated Greenville now to the cane juice. fruits cacao, cotton,. aloes, .
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20 to 0 and Madison lost to We believe that we told. in an cloves and perfume plants. The 1,
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Lowndes County High 13 to 0. earlier column of the little cane natives are skillful farmers, A fire alarm last Saturday" at
12:15'p m summoned the depart- 5
Now then after this tale of mills we saw this past summer
breeders of cattle and sheep, ment to the Ragans Motor: Co on

.' athletic woe, which, after all, in juice stands in Sao Paulo sailors and fishermen.. Indus- East Base street where workmen

S is rather inconsequential, let us and Rio de ,Janeiro, Brazil, and: tries include the refining of had been burning some old tires ,&

'. go back to the weather. Downin i how we encouraged a Chicago' sugar and the manufacture of the fire had gotten out of hand.Some .

the Caribbean a 'storm, born boy, who had never drunk any rum and lumber. wooden railings at the place
had caught fire and a greater blaze
as out of due time, is, as these cane juice if indeed he hade
was threatened. No material dam-
lines are being written, \er seen sugar cane growing, Alcoholics Anonymous age resulted. ,

threatening Cuba and, to the? I It .to drink'some We showed some -x- ,

north of Cuba, our own state. South American slides atone of I
Mrs C B of Sao Jose de
Dawsey
If the hurricane comes' on this the service club meetings the 1(By Caleb Times-Union J King Jr in Jacksonville Rio Est de S P Brazil, is spending 'V the versatile
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way, it' will doubtless bring other day and .some of the,,I, For the first time in a.26-year several weeks here with her parents,

rain,'before this paper is .published members seemed amazed at the history, Alcoholics Anonymous has Mr and Mrs. J E Cottingham. new't
"( 'made a .public declaration of ...
though we do not wish large number of tall buildings just -
its membership strength in a re- 1957 Cadillac dr
rain at anybody else's Joss. As in one of' the Sao Paulo slides. .port which shows 8,615' groups 4

oneman told the' writer some As matter, of fact, Sao Paulo carrying 300,000 names in 82 coun :Air condition 8? everything

years ago,when another hurricane is one of the largest cities in .tries. ,Dr'John JL Norris chairman. HEMIHG SXSTEM '
MOTOR GAS
of AA's general service board; said HARDEE\ CO. .
was threatening the state, the Western Hemisphere,'being;jit was decided ,to publish an-annual 0;;AI.

he would like to have. the rain .about .,fifth x>r sixth, possibly (report to. help "dispel the persisting MAIN ST.: LOT I, I "

but he didn't want the wind. fourth,.. and claims to berthefastest idea that the organization 4 is a : comfort
OH. New
'1'1" societ :* MY heating
secret ,
growing city! in' the Mini: 'you, no names were revealed __a, __. for homes, restaurant, offices, shops, anywhere! i

\ World.: And" Brazil, with the'' in making public these figures ACHING BACK Furnace comfort without costly installation. Standit .; *, f
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flush to wall recess it.Pours heat out front and--; ;I 1 ,
moving of th&c ital..into the: for to do so would rob the or
Now! You can"ret the fast relief r** 'be'piped to rooms at side or back.
.O.6i chln48Days interior, vis headed for great ,members their anonymity, but it steed from nagging backache, beadaebi. can
is significant that there: is an .upward and muscular aches and pcins that oftenesase
restleu nights and miserable tired- New season selectorOperateS'
growth and trill be: able to take .
trend in the, number of ;
oat feeling When
persons these discomfort "
fire ynflff days high fire in cold
low' on ,
t' interesting' of much of the =l who seek solution their come on with over-exertion or strew and on
to
It might be care great population a strata .
-you want .diet-want: It tare weather.Perfect automatic heating on less fuel!
drinking problem with the hope and Another disturbance be mild Madder .
may
that have
note that up to this Monday, explosion we irritation foQowina wrOJI"'t'' food and *
!help they get through this organization. drink- often setting ap av resiles. ...- New trim. styling V ,
the next to the last day of the read about-unless nuclear: warfare comfortable Pals f eelinc.Doan's work.' fast in separate> i I Always looks built-in. Vent cover hides the floe i q ,

'\ month, we have had for October j makes any more room on It is interesting to make a com- ways: X.by speedy pain-rebcria, action Finished in 2-tone cordovan and beige. *., vON ,
between what the to ease torment of nagging bacVaftx
parison qualifi-
1" only four-tenths an inch of the planet Earth unnecessary. J.eaA.m.calar aches and pains.
cations are for membership in AA %. by soothing effect on bladder irritation. .
. rainfall. The last sizable rain and those for becoming affiliated S. by mild diuretic action ana .,>
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that we had was Sept 12th, Standing On Rigks i with the average "Protestant church.A kidney tabes. DISPLAY NOW AT "
sleep and the .
Enjoy a rood night's
profession of faith b{ the most same happy relief millions have for over Western Auto Associate Store
, I forty-eight'days, ago, and. since And that brings us V to the frequently mentioned prerequisite I 60 yean. New Ian; aiM saves 1DCJIUI'7.'s'RlLLS' .. ."" .
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L tenths. _of an inch. of. rain. ?t column.. : ,The, confrontation, of*:over the doorway' of.,many AA club 108 ilO S. .' PINE CbNEY, MADISON FLA.
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I CAMAY SOAP COUNTY COURTLige I Benjamin Herring, reckless driv- 'or ,thirty days .
ing (willful and wanton), $25 lond I Arthur Henderson improper turn

I 2 Reg 21# estreated. i$25 or thirty days. *

Bars ;..:'.' f ; Leandor L Boykin, .speeding, $35 I Darrell Carl Egner speeding, $25
Webb, concealed" weapon, i
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bend estreated. or thirty days. .
$100 or'ninety days, sentence Ito' (
DISHES SHINE WITHOUT WIPING Willie Eraden l axie ,Bowlles speeding,
Beckham driving without .
CircinTICourtentence. -
run.concUTeDtly'
run. .... .
... DETERGENT .1'; j.. ; f .. } $35 or thirty sd ys. ; -
s :," .** : \ icense., $35 bond estreated. gg: & + Aonroizm .r\
: DREFT ,J:': Bruce,, Malcolm Cameron -"speect- Paul Music?Lennard, $AQ1KI'IIN l'
J" _H_ Mizell White, ,driving, while ,in- ;. ;
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or thirty
days.
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ink bond estreated.. .r '; : "
= toxic ted. Trial in July had resulted'hi $35 ..

.Cant... -! '83 ce __"" mistrial. Defendant plead guiltyto Luther Samuel Carroll Jr, speed- [ Alfred Schley' Tyson y
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? 's : Box reckless driving, fined '$35 or*sixty ing, $25 .bond estreated. passing, $25 or; thirty
Ida Stephens Adams,
; days. James ,Curtis Corker, speeding,
? THE SOAP OF John W Powell, drunkenness, $25 $36 bond estreated,_ :? restricted license, $25 or

it BEAUTIfUL WOMEN ',g ''f":,4 *. ;1 ors'\thirty* days Also, resisting, arrest I Oscar Louis Ennis, "speeding, $25 Agnes ,M Anderson,, r t ....

CAMAY SOP :'<;, ., :. f. :withoutjviolence, sentence with. bond estreated. or thirty days.'
; Max P>J'W: D-P ATJtO.StdRE
held. I John Henry Harris, drunkenness, >thirty ''days.J : = WESTERN .
Bath : James A Harrell, worthless check, ; i .
2 3V J' I- ',. t .. $35 bond "estreated. .t Charlie Edwards,.. r
Bars. : J. ;'. $25 check|and, make full restitution: of I Henry A TUcNair, speeding $35 license, '$25 -or thirty' d --- or ninety days. ''
bond .estreated. "Billy Taylor sp ed _. _._ .
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-- -Jim White, drunkenness, $25'. or I 'Burdette : .
GET WHITE THINGS WHITER Krause; speeding, $35 thirty)days: ': ::p. --

USE DETERGENT'OXYDOL thirty days. bond estreated ., i Barbara Ann Hobbs/. : ;ti'S) We Have .a, :"Full Line of
Carl Pridgeon, driving without' li H'lTCHC'OCKREFRIGERATION
.. .. -Edward Moore, driving;while into out license, '$25or' : .
cense-$25 'or thirty days. \ dated,: $150 'bond'. estreated. t Dwoskin
E'Ellison
: Mary SERVICE
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Large :.- ; .' .J.' .f Bobby Bembry. petit larceny, Raymond Murray Parks, speeding, thirty .days.George. ., ..
I 35' nolle pressed 'upon' motion of County Florida
Madison
$25 bond estreated. '
Box .. Hampton, '
Attorney.David Charles assault Raymond Williams Jr, speeding. license, $25 or: thirty days.Edwin PHONE, : HU 3-6339 : .
,McDanfel, ,
'. $35 bond estreated. ".
TH{ 'FAVORITi Lloyd Jones
FAMILY+'QRWASyvPt FORn and battery, sentence withheld. Jessie White, driving while intoxicated .- or thirty flays. _."/: 1f..DO"" answer, ;CallHlTs2560 /.,= '* __

,Leonard J Robinson drunkennessand $150 bond estreated. ,
i Malone Allen Yankle TALBOTT PAINT &
iVOfcYMP2Larta f sp
1 assault and battery Hospitalbill 1 Cesare Jesus Gutierrez speeding, .,
or thirty
days.
Qj .. haying been tpaid, sentence $35 bond estreated. t WALLPAPER
i\t\4 Ralph Dilisio Sr, Castle ParkVALDOSTA ..
withheld on each count. LINEN SHOWER
Wade drunkenness,
OO Dora Williams, assault and bat- $25 bond estreated.Sampson: ing, $25'or thirty days. : GA.
Billy Fletcher ,
tery., Hospital bill having been paid, < John Luther Griffin, driving while j$25? or thirty' days. : Darlene Mandziara, bride- 4Cy00000::: )OC::=::JI

SAFEST DETERGENT .I sentence withheld. intoxicated, $150 bond estreated. :- James Ralph Record was honored with a linen ..
YOU CAN BUYI (Si OFF7 Robert Wyche, improper passing, Zebede Martin, driving while intoxicated ,$35 or thirty, days. Friday evening by the Sun EVANS-HDWARD MARRIAGE ;, I

,TIDE 525 or thirty. days. $100 bond estreated. I Tampa Cobb Jr School class of Hanson :Metho
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." Joe Bochniadriving- while intoxicated Prinitis Roberts, reckless driving or thirty days. church with twenty guests pres- Mr and ..l.lrs'Robert D Evans of

Giant 7'2t' case continued. (willful and wanton), .$50 bond Solomon Lesser Jones Fall decorations prevailed. Lee announce the marriage of their

Box Carl Ross Lunceford, failure to estreated. passing, $25 or thirty Mrs Audrey Leslie, directed the daughter, Carol Louise, to James
surrender license plates, driver's li- J B Townsend, assault and, battery Robert Jack played by the group, after I David Howard, son of Mr and Mrs

CREAMY-LATHERING IVORY cense, etc. $50 or ninety days on ,$50 ,bond estreated. while the honored opened her lovely Cullen .W Howard of Cherry Lake,
intoxicated.
AGREES WITH YOU Count One, sentence withheld on James Kalivas, speeding, .$35 bond Jury I on'October 21, '1961 at the Sherwood
Count Two.Eugene estreated. t -r could not agree, and I Forest Baptist church in Jackson
Refreshments of mints, sand-
clared.
IVORY Defendant
11M SOAP Wilkerson, failure to Charles Chip Kramer insufficient not i ;.cake squares & coffee: were ville. Rev-Billy Southerland, pastorof
yield right-of-way, $25 or ten days. bond estreated. guilty, and plead I
Med brakes, $35 less driving., $35'or i : by the hostesses, Mrs Merle 'I the church performed the cere--
1 0 David Brinson, driving while license Henry Mae Bellflower, speeding, -
E Bar Sally Mae Brown, Mrs Marie Starling and :Mrs mony. ? {ftt
revoked, $25 or thirty days. $35 bond estreated. ._-._- t.
battery. Due Smith.Mr .
,. Sam Miller, permitting unauthorized : _David B.urst.} drunkenness, $25. paid to fact Mrs C M Plant and Mrs %E E, .i '
hospital bill and
WITH A MIRACLE WHITENING ; person to. drive, $25 or thirty bond' estreated.
witness does not i IHadden were 'guests of Mr and Mrs
AGENT irs DETERGENT John Marvin Cecil, speeding. $25 .and. Mrs Richard Sowell of
days.Marvin Albert PJant and children during
charge
sentence
CHEER .J Smith Jr, driving while ,bond estreated. City were weekend guests of in Gainesville and at.'
intoxicated, $100 or sixty days, and Justeena' Sherryan Feneck, drivingwithout mother, Mrs Emaline Carpen- the weekend' .

Giant 1.. ittff, ,,-<<. .', driver's license. revoked for three license, $25. bond estreated. MHS HOMECOMING tended, the Homecoming. game Sat..
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Box months. Odis Franklin, reckless driving urday. (
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,Priest Maxwell, possession of (willful and wanton)', $40. bond es-
THE 'PROVENBEAUTY .... moonshine whiskey. Case" placed on treated. MHS Homecoming Chevrolet A small deposit'will. hold .
Pickup
SOAPI '. absentee docket as defendant is Summer Tooke, drunkenness, $25 1 Smith was crowned by JUVENILE' FURNITURE till

IVORY( SOAP :. serving time'll .state prison for a bond estreated. Neil at the pep rally needs one like this one Christmas.. Make your selection
similar offense.Sonny'Daryle. Rex O'Neil Powell, driving 'With-
noon in the high school '
NOW! ;
Personal i Sapp reckless driv- out license, $25 bond estreated. to the MHS HARDEE MOTOR CO. I .
4 Bars 27' ing (willful and wanton), $25 or Harlee Randell, alias 'Harvey Lee High football game LEWIS HAKES i

'''01. thirty days."Richard Randell, drunkenness, $25 bond es- MAIN ST. LOT SETZER SHOPPING CENTER iH
Seyferth, permitting unauthorized frea ted. As the Queen and her
NOTHING CLEANS LIKE DUZI Linda Brannen, Nancy .
minor to drive. Case Henrietta Baker Swilley, improper: \ .
DETERGENT :I Ii dismissed, 'as minor involved pro- paSsing, $35 bond estreated. ron Sapp and Connie '

." DUZ duced a valid driver's permit. '. James Emerson Wilson: driving and advanced to the ; Whybe

'1- Flossie Tyson Joseph, violation of without license, ,$25 bond estreated.. Band played Pomp .. ,
Reg. restriction, sentence withheld. Roy 'Davis, drunkenness; $35, bond stance. Other numbers I. Ie:

,.r Box'f_ :. ,. i!!:: Justeena Sharrieann Feneck, driv- estreated.Leo Our 'Boys Will Shine ; t
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ing while intoxicated, $100 or sixty' Flank ;Edwards, improper ,the Alma Mater. -U'! (P.,iI I 81'\: s
' ITS EASY .TO 'BE LOVELY1 \rUSE days, and driving privileges .revoked passing, $25 bond 'estre ted. ;. .
The Queen chose
E. 4 for three months. Henry W'llUam 'McCray, :driving' .... "
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ZEST SOAP Wade.. Sampson, drunkenness, $25or without license, .$25 bond estreated; white, formal,gown and: .

thirty days. .. Clyde Smith,' speeding >$35 bonds. ants were: lovely hi : this S

0 Reg, t, .. Justeena Sharrieann Feneck driving estreated. I. -, .. formal. evening gowns. ; I o, .. 1 1E.
2 Bin .29 ,without license, $25 or thirty James L. Hingson, speeding, $35 'Crown Bearers were
.. days. .. I.estreated.. ;
and ,Debbie Rutherford. 'Wim '
QUICK EASY TO.y USE : t- Jimmie L Williams disposing of 'Sidney 'Harvey Pridgeon, speeding, Leading,' the student,, r? .

4 DmRGENt" property subject to retain title con $25 bond estreated. ous cheers were ,A and

S tract, sentence withheld. George, A Welman, improper pass. 6th grade cheer 'Iead -
A'-DAS8 Robert Lonnie Hammond Jr, displaying ing, $35'bond estreated. Primm 1't E.
Coaches and
operator's licence of another Beulah Harrell, driving without license : I
Reg 39tBox as his own, $100 bond es ,, $25 bond estreated. team captains Ronny; :

treated.. : Adel Williams, improper. passing, Johnny Williams and

Robert Lonnie Hammond Jr, driv=; $35 bond estreated. Sirmon made pep talks

MAKES'EVERY PATH : ing while license revoked, $50 bond ; Ralph .Douglas Murphine, driving support? of .the team.

A BEAUTY BATH estreated. without"license, $25 bond estreated.J was announcer for the :

A ZEST SOAP Charles Lamar Kyser, drunkenness B Bailey, assault and battery, The parade uptown 1

$35 bond estreated. $50 bond estreated. by the band 'with cars

2 > Bith: AY ," Rubin Robinson failure to yield W T Jackson drunkenness' $25 from each class, various ... '. ... ,.
Bars right-of-way, ,$25 bond estreated. bond estreated. : ... : \! .

Chester: William Shirrell-,, speeding, John Edward :Murray, 'speeding, organizations and ." Il f'T ,:f61 : i ..... .
bond estreated. estreated. taking part. .
$35 $35( bond .
FAST, SAFE.,*EASY TO USE
DETERGENT '. Susan Wilma Wing, speeding, $25 Arthr Lettie Edwards, assault and At the game that .". Keep... your home snugly warm'this winter. "
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Smith, Pat -
bond, etreated.Marion' battery, $35 bond estreated. Sylvia King
0 CASCADE i\ 1 Charles Arnold assault William H McKenzie: driving With- da Brannen and David with the clean, steady, convenient heat you : '" ...
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Reg -, and' battery, $50 bond estreated. out license $25 or thirty days. cy Hiers and Duane always depend on from'

"BOx '45' '->"* ** ',..,. Charles Hall,, ...speeding.r $35 bond James'Abraham Middlebrooks: j Jr.ending Sapp' ,and Freddy, ,*,T fccan, .... txa... ,:, 'r
estreated. another
operator's license. 'to nee Shaw' 'and Van
.. Y Dennis ,Anderson., drunkenness, $25 $}00 or thirty days. troduced during the t *,! / t I
ET"THE SOAP THAT bond estreated. .Bobby G Willis, speeding, $35 'or
.: J5ETS:THE DIRT I GETS Sammie Lue Coney, driving with- thirty days. and had places of ,STANDARDBURNER .

LIAVASOAP out license, $25 bond estreated/. J B Solomon, assault and battery game. Pomp and .

Bobby Kennedy, speeding, $35 $35 or thirty days. the band heralded the "

2 Med 25' ,} bond estreated.' William Carmichael, Jr, speeding, court's entry and Ain't ; '' : OIL ., '" I"i'

BarsA Hollis E Miller,,. driving without $25 or thirty days.R was also played in : : : .

license, $25 bond :estreated. B Haynes, drunkenness, $25 or Honoring the visitors, S ii ," w. r
WASHING MIRACLE Willie Green Miller permitting thirty days number was State ,... = -

DETERGENTIVORY unauthorized person to drive $25 Martin Stephen McHugh, speeding' Both schools p ; ," .-thd odorless, clean-burning fuel that gives "

LIQUID bond estreated $25 or thirty days. ing events during the ": maximum heat for the STANDARD .
Samuel Barfield, permitting unauthorized Carl Johnson Long, speeding, $25or festivities. '. ..! "" you. money. '

C 1*Oz 39' person to drive, $25 bond thirty days.Raymond '.'.' BURNER OIL 15- 100% distilled, and burns S I

Bot estreated. r Oliver, permitting un-
S Bill Jack Hampton, driving while authorized person to drive. $35 or HALLOWE'EN ..., completely. without waste. Whatever type.
license revoked, $$47 bond estreated. thirty days. : The junior division of .
THE HARD WATER SOAP \ _' oil-burner you have, you can depend onus I
Washington dist Youth
Tellqwship
THAT'S AMAZINGLY MILD George reckless driv- London Pratt driving without license

ing (willful and wanton), $50 bond $35 or thirty days. we'en party 'from 5 to 7 for unfailing deliveries of clean-burning, .'.
KIRKSSOAPMed estreated. Lonnie Wyche, ,drunkenness, $35 the home of Mrs S A J F
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C heat-packed STANDARD BURNER OIL. ., .:' :x
Rufus Wyche, driving while intoxicated or thirty days. teacher, and Sim ** ,
2 19'DISHES $150 bond estreated. Rufus Wyche driving without license I Smith, members, of the
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Bars LeRoy Singlefary, driving without $35 or thirty days. Hallowe'en decorations .

license $35 bond estreated.'Jessie Victor A Graziano II, speeding. jack o'lanterns and .
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AND GLASSWARE SHINE Akins 'or w ..' :
open profanity, $35 $25 thirty days. used' on the porch and f "
DETERGENT bond estreated. ,.. George Morley Guess. speeding, the twenty-five ':,, '" .., Remember your home as.in .:;,; ,.:, .
Mamie Lou Arnold, __ your car-you can always depend oa !!'7''," .'
C JOY LIQUID driving with- $50 or, thirty days. playing games and. .:' ,1:1.:,
out license, $25 bond estreated. Johnny Johnson, drunkenness, $25 apples. s Standard Oil for quality products. -. :I

12 Or 39 Chesley Bruno Birklebach, 'improper or thirty days. Misses Deedee and and service. < "

BotLEAVES .. passing, $25, bond estreated. Herbert D Winston, speeding, $35 Sarah 'Jean Dickinson --

Charles Dixon, permitting unau- or thirty days. Chason as ghosts S E

CLOTHES SOFTER thor zed person to drive, $35 bond Jerry Allen, speeding, $35 or thirty for the party.Sandwiches : ; : } -

DETERGENTIVORY estreated. days. cookies CT.Buddy( )

SNOW Kenneth Johnson, speeding, $35 Bryon Maurice Campbell, Improper drinks were served. S
bond E estreated. passing. $25 or thirty days. -

Large Philip Warren Musgrove, reckless Dave Graham, speeding $35 or 'l95f FordS'

., Box 35' driving (.w]1fu1 and wanton. ), $100( thirty days. "
D '-t bond' estreated. ,Fred D Harris, speeding, .$35 or LWB li ton &
.' Oliver J ,Hill., driving without li:- thirty days.Lillie :McWiUiilmsJrr

,QUID CLEANS CLEANER EVERYTHING THAT ." "' cense. $25 bond estreated. Mae Jamison, speeding; $35 S HARM.: _. ;
.' viUlam. Edward Jenkins, improper :
"'; or thirty days ..
bond estreated. ," :MAIN HU. 3-2279 .. h" jJdAD ISOli,. FLA.
iC MR. CLEAN.5: parking$35; : Frank Marvin Poole, ; speeding.-$25' ST. -' : $;. .-: 'i.tIf. '
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Retarded Children held its'regular ,
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0 NOW meeting Oct 26 in the Ag. Center. .Fixtures and Merchandise '. wal: :i .&l1' '
Speakeror the ,evening was Jim ."p;' II 0 ...- <<
.I'S Bowling, Executive director of Fla. :- ,f' ; ," .. -,':t. ,
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;. ,AND WRAPPINGS Council,'for Retarded Children. He : telephone 'numbersrln Greenville will change at, 2:00

stated that Vocational Rehabilitationhas *'. ./Si-.. : .
proved that /with '{raining Sunday November "19th, 1961. :
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"thesechldren could be self-sup- Mrs R W Lewis, age 72, passed 'r--: '. _
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Dru porting, or partially so. The community away suddenly Wednesday+ about '
i <=* : needs to be, educated to the noon' at-. her home here. She had At this time the new exchange will be placed fe service

0 needs. Vocational Agriculture for I been in failing health for some ;
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directories will be 'dis ribute 'prior
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I t boys, domestic science for girls are I y ars. new telephone :

t '. I.. We. give S & H Green Stamps. t best fields for training, though Mrs Lewis was t born in Valdosta, November 20. ..' "'... -,' .. 'I'_; ".' *..

MADISON FLORIDA .- many other jobs such as elevator daughter of the late Mr and Mrs r ". .,'. \ i

...., .' operator; laundry workers etc. can William Ashley' Hammond. She had 4. -. '. .' .
be taught., He told of what other lived most of her ,life in Macon and If you; m'-e party line subscriber your..telephone.tring

i .. WHOLESALE ,& ,RETAIL MEATS counties are doing, citing Escambia had been a resident of Madison for '. > .

and Hillsborough as outstanding.Mr me past thirteen years. She was a only when: your number is dialed. (. ...; _

QUITMAN:ABATTOIROWS Murdock Martin of Children's I luemuer ox tae rust jvietnooist ,
'
!
Commission stated in letter to Mr church.

Hogs Butchered ANA HOGS BUTCHEREDPTA I Bowling that the Commission would I I She is survived by one daughter, This new service will'also.enable other cities.having Direct?

spend a large part of its time on :
Mrs K U atnam of jviaoi ou.
CARNIVAL. NETS $840 Distance Dialing to dial Greenville numbers without the
,
problems of retarded. The Fla.
1 'untJ.'a.1'sem .:s win ,oe Held Friday .
': Every Tuesday! Council will ,be working where and JNOV s, at 11 a. m. m ine assistance of an operator.w I

; Approximately $840 was the sum when needed. The Council needs cnapel or the*JL: J ueggs Jr Funeral .s. _

: f : realized from the Madison schools you and you need the Council so Home, conducted- toy ,Kev Paulloucnton

arnjval Tuesday evening from all that all retarded'in state may: be ana Kev' x>an McCown.: It will be necessary"to use, your new directory for all calls.
; Cows Butchered
: 1 the grades :with their various con- helped, he concluded. special music by Mrs Dale Leslie
In the business session plans were will include : her lavorite hymn, I
cessions the home
supper by the
Mondays Thru Fridays! room mothers and other money- made older to retardates.go'ahead wifh A workshop'is workshop for There'll Be No Nignt There. Inter-

Jk ]making activities. Mrs Jean McNeil, planned for those adults who will ment cemetery.will follow in Oak Midge, Southeastern Telephone ,Company

v president of the PTA. was car- work with them. Active pall bearers: Messrs Julian'Gibson .

: QUmflANABATrOIRE. :nival chairman. Mra Shirley Crafton asked to be Durward,Smith,T:F Livingston -

.' Principal Sirmonr, stated this was relieved of duties of treasurer, since George? Gandy, Charles Knox

'FOUNDRY ST. the largest sum in a number of group has grown and secretary ana Dr J M DuRant.. -

PHONE 7621 years netted by the carnival. work increased. Mr Bill Cave was Honorary: 'Messrs C P Kelly, '
_
; : QUTTMAN, GEORGIA elected to fill the vacancy. Plans Free Andrews
I Julian Bentley, J C Clyatt. Clinton Dogs-R SAYE ,
were made to contact all FTA's in tw ,
,.. PASSES
', Harris, Lamar Pearce, V M _Folsom
for moral and
I county financial aid.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .and Dr A F Harrison. *
f
: All general donations will be used in HANSON NEWS
*. .
MEATS Mrs Mary Bryant, a jresfdent of; the: county except 15%, which will HEAD INJURY..FROM ,
1'l. ;
be sent to National Association for
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Madison for many years, passed FALLING TREE -
L ; :- Sr away at the home'of her daughter, Retarded Children. It is planned to The revival at Pine Grove, Bap-
place Florida Councillor in all libraries
.. ,'. Lila Allen, Thursday night' Oct in the County. While Frank Cantey was in the tist Church was a great success' last *j -

r woods near Hopewell Monday after! week. Bro Rogers b'Ought'Some
Distinguished introducedwere
.', .- CHERRY LAKE SCHOOL 26th.Funeral services will be held Senator and guests Mrs Turner Davis, noon' -having some cypress ,trees, cut very inspiring messages.' Three came f
oo aEs
for tobacco shade poles1'the sTo
i ; Sunday, Nov 5th, at the Holiness Mrs Ashley Hardee and Mr J L Pate. I on profession of faith and three. by
; branches of a falling tree struck
i4 Hallowe'en Carnival church with Elder Bristol in charge. i Mrs Frances Cllins reported 13 in I letter. FRESH
I him on the back of the head necessitating -
Tuesday night Oct 31st a delicious. Burial will follow in :Mt Zion No 2J 1 I|class and presented letters of thanks a number of stitches on the Everyone seems to be enjoyingthe Steinhatchee
in''from several children for instructional revival at Hanson, Methodist Mullet -
Tillman & James .
chicken pilau supper, coffee. ice cemetery. : scalp. There was no concussion.He .
it tea, cake and pie. was ,served: by charge. aids donated by Madison A was placed in traction Wednes church this week. .

the ladies of the PTA in'the lunchroom R"C She stated that Lions Club, day to relieve severe pain in his Rev T M Johns, president of 2 'As. 25c
I PERFCX OUTSIDE ,WHITE Greenville PTA and, others had in
r to a large number of people. : supported wofk' of*"classroom with neck that resulted from the blow. Florida Baptist' Children's Home .
.
y He is getting along well at the hos- .Lakeland, was visiting Mrand MrsJ '
r At seven sharp the doors opened PAINT 2 ..GAL.' $8.98 generous donations. Hanirock H D
pital,* except for being very un1comfortable. J ,F D' Hughey here sunday''after CHICKEN NECKSBACKS
::e in the gaily decorated auditorium; ClUb had made eleven resting mats ,. .
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with witches pumpkins and bats, Gordon Williams Store and Oak Hill H D Club donated noon; : AND \YINGS51b .:;
Mr Cantey, at the time of the "r'
Friends to Mrs J H :!
bean hags. Also records, pictured, are glad see > '
and black colors prevailing
orange
..i.-.t other items collectedd Mrs .accident, was watching a Icing snake Calhoun home from Pineview- ,General -
were by ,69c
pkg- ..
throughout the booths and games AT. THE FAII% i I Ruby Tomlinson and Business swallow a snake it had ,caught., HospitaLMr r
for all ages. *
Joe Crafton of Pinetta won Cj. second Women's ,Club.. and Mrs Renal Brown of Alabama .l
The school childrenin
J parade of the I .
'Mrs Dietrich and MrsCrafton relatives ( i
\ various costumes was a sight, to]place inv the corn efficiency contestat were visiting and SMOKED: : SAUSAGE
recent visit with
gave a report on h' .
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,
in here
Wednesday friends Sunday.Mr
Tallahassee
; the Fair -
behold. Janis Jenkins and Tommy Taylor County Children's Committee. AND
4 and Madison and Gadsden and Mrs Junior Burns and : .
Surles were chosen for the best They were asked to bring story of ,
.t. ,costumes. t counties received top awards."_in: the II :Madison ARC and its efforts to daughter were visiting Mr and MrsR ,.WEINERS .

r The best decorated booth honor :state Other corn Madison show. county.awjurds f will ,help establish special education classin D Davis Sunday afternoon. 3 Ibs . . $1.00 .

... .. went to Mrs John ,Thigpen." be reported next week. 'J !I Madison county. Pine Grove WMu"'Yfll..meet' with ..,7p. .". '
afternoon ,
Candidates Mrs Almon Zipperer and Mrs Mrs T 'H Meeks Thursday ,
I for the Carnival King ;
1'. and Wiatt and Edna Phillips were hostesses dUringthe Nov 9, at 2:30. .. I FRESH CUT f :'
were Wayne
Queen : : ,
CALLING FOR BIDS ': social period and served coffee, PORK BRAINS, EBT < ,. Dc
Ruth Wimberly, first grade; Kay :.. donuts and cookies. USED .' ,
-- ff' WITH TAYLOR COUNTYCHILDREN'S
MEET $ .r
Watson and Stevie Browning,
The State Road Department, along
t second ,grade; Peggy Hurst and with proposals for several other DEEP and SHALLOW COMMITTEE Come and get 'em,! -*

} Tommy Surles, third grade;' Diane projects, is calling for bids.. to ,be WELLS, up to 4-in, at Mrs Melvin Dietrich, president ofMadison CHARLIE WYNN; MGR.

rY. Cashwell and Walton Weaver, opened Nov 21st, on 9.074 miles HOWERTON SUPPLY'' CO. County Association for Retarded MEAT J3EPT.

fourth grade; Frances Gross and 1 and ,a 100footconcrete bridge on Children and Mrs R L 'Craf -

-- tt '; \ .. Billy Jones, fifth grade and Tish S 146 from northwest .Madison. James. Sale, J. P Johnson and ton attended a meeting Oct. '25 of 1951
Ford
.' Thigpen and Bobby Jenkins, sixth 'to the Georgia line. '-- :Thed 'Fraleigh returned Friday, fife Taylor County Children's 'Com Pickup

grade. This is what is generally knownas from a hunting trip in the Dakotas mittee in Perry. .Cheap GP vehicle

'. y The stage was a setting for the tHe Thomasvllle road extension' : and Wyoming. They came back the :Mrs Dietrich was asked to :bring .

I ., -, coronation with the-H lowe'' n. motifs f lower route expecting to do big Chevrolet Impala: the story of the Madison ARC and HARDEE, MOTOR CO.
1961
.. in the background.. The witch, game hunting Colorado but' ,the ) its efforts to help establish a
special education class in Madison :MAIN ST. LOT
Sharon Bland, had her pot of brew snows prevented their doing so. 4
NEHI BOTTLING CO.O Sport County. Represented were delegates
-? Coupe
_ :,. cooking while the goblins, Mark -x- from health and welfare depart- '
Mr and Mrs John Bullard of At- TIIWEA11IEWeek
Milner Glenda Clark, danced
and
I like new-a Demonstrator ments public school teachers and Mr
Grape lanta were over night last -- -
guests
for the coronation. The Queen, Hart, supervisor of education. for
:r Tish Thigpen, and King Bobby ..OransUpper* week of Mrs R 0 Lane and Mrs Taylor county. :.
: iii I 1960() Chevrolet sedan
:',- Jenkins were crowned with candidates 10 James Sale. A lively discussion included training ending Oct 31st
O Strawberry Max. Min. XL
r as the royal court. -x- teachers in special education t'f : -
Root beer Wednesday! _84 55
;: .00
Mrs J B Davis Sr $1995 needed of
,- An auction sale of drinks and was elected facilities education .
the hats purchased andVO by PHONE FO 1-2775 LIVE OAK District No. 3 Director of ''FFWC parents and public concerning needsin Thursday I >, 86 54 .00
I I Senior Clubs of Women. scale nad Friday 77, 42 .00)(
successful ?Mrs Robert Bel-Aire 4 door V-8, air;ondiftoned, this area, salary testing
the men concluded the ;
:: : ; Saturday. _, ._81 49 .00
elected evaluating children.
Lay was Secretary of Junior radio, heater, power-steering, clean ".
!.., 1 occasion. ROTARY CLUB Women's Clubs at the Mayo meeting Taylor county plans an exceptionalchild Sunday I 83 61 T

't October 25th. 1960 Ford Fordor unit as soon as a teacher can Monday 85 63 .00 }

_ ". Free Dogs-R Andrews The Rotary Club observed a Unit _--A- be obtained and certified. Tuesday 86..,. 57 ..00Total )(
ed Nations program at its meeting Mr and Mrs H E McArthur spent $1395radio NOTICE OF BIDS i I -

Wednesday when T C ;:Merchant last week on a trip through the .5 r I ? ,00

f LEE 4-H CLUB NEWS spoke on. the organization of the Smoky and Blue Ridge mountainsand and heater '1'.. The Board of County Commissioners No rainfall weekending Oct 28th

."' United Nations and ,its ideals and I reported the Autumn foliage of Madison County, Florida, at any of 'the forestry stations.

;>:, The Lee girls held their 4-H history. colors most 'beautiful. 1957 Chevrolet $1095 I jwill accept bids at a special meeting ; Rainfall month of October 0.40

Club meeting October 25th, The I D Williams- a Rotarian from. -x- to ,be held November 20, 1961, in. .

''=' pledges to the American and 4-H Tallahassee, was a visitor Mrs Maxie Jones spent last week- BelAire, V-8, clean tat 8:00 P. M. on the following: Rainfall first- .' fen months. of .1961

a j. jo flags were led by Monteze Thomas I end at Warner Robins, Ga visiting One tandem drive motor grader, 33.871n. "',

'';",<'.f and the 4-H Pep Song was -led by HONOR.. ROLL MHS S/Sgt and Mrs G L Browning and 1957 Chevrolet 4 door 1300 ?c'.24 10-ply tube type tires Sun rises Nov 3rd 6:5: ;*8m, sets

... :-'. our song'leader, Sharon 'Waters. children Chip and Sherryx ; 12 foot hydraulic shiftable mole 5:44 pm. 1 '
10th Grade Section 2: Dotty be'nson board .not: less than 125 horsepower t
; .
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; A teaching demonstration about 6 clean $995 Moon rises Nov 3rd 2:22 am..
Martha Hamilton, Vicki Page. Mrs Maxie Jones, was called by diesel engine with muffler, direct
-1', how to j judge good quality.vegeta- ... Moon in constellation of Leo Nov
:the death of her uncle, L electric starter, open cab with
Henry
bles was given by Kathryn Thomas ., jnesh ...trans- 3rd. _
windsheild constant.
: : A grass: fire Wednesday afternoon 98
I Maxwell to Bainbridge. Ga Monday. Oldsmobile
1958 High, tide Nov 3rd at Std Marks
After the demonstration we judged .
-i:'- : sUfia&oned the department to She remained for the funeral ser- mission, hydraulic .booster steeri!].if
F some, carrots. S. ..the'neighborhood near Median's store vices conducted there A, trade-in ,allowance must be given light 10:49 am.
: Tuesday.
i /l : f : in Southwest 'MadiSon. No damage =-T_ cIei$1495 i, on one ,used Gallon\ t} .8 .' motor '

=' '- 1" FOEL" jO isi tar tesillt.. .,rt f !.iepaihf4 '- r' and Mrs W M Ragans Jr and huntiit g; grader. '. ., CasLogs ,
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\:> : : uoff"anABiaK;i W>&t t k end.in ra dksa'nvitTevlsitipg.re ,.:.;: k"'Of.$5fishing d : jfct and aI1i1 fdL ; i : '. b '.
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LAST'T\VtT'DA'Sf'V' \ -0 "'! r S
f 1Bi illiHili RADIATORS REPAIRED FAMILY REUNION4 and-the LoB Welches l. of Daytona

.i -i Three's .or 1 McWILLIAMS. GARAGE I" 't. _-., r. v\ Beads They roefte.., R JTpoles 1957Ford: 2 dr Victoria -
::L f Iii' \..+;t.*. ;; Mrs Audrey Williams and family, the Rev L' C: TooTel."'Anfft:,. .
"-' .,, ,,. _' ., 0'A.' 1. W., ... "- --- :- # and,'Mrs Cordle V Welch.wereim t '':.i?' .. v_ ---s" ,,, ,'V '. : v L htnlng fast & >a Baby Doll
"0 AT! \ \-w.-...1..1f ,..' mothef, Mr$r.rtSmlUt',, ...:."a : tl1.... .. .
Mrs GuIon Sims of Jacksonvillewas [ia Jacksonville Sunday. the G W -" : '
by of Mr aM. 1t./q t Sao a l"il HARDEE MOTOR CO.
0 r the guest of Mrs P J Parramore Tooles : fr' ,Y a. e=< r .,,. .., ';f"'f"
f Miss Sheila Mae Bochnia became I and Mrs L'M Green and _. ,
i. FfreSaIe4 ? "--* several days :.this week Mrs O H very -l>>1 an Mort' f t.,lii_ ... utnoLl ... ._ ., ;-. v-'- --
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'" f'i e: of Donald Edward Holton Toole of Winter Haven :.O.-"'. '''';- ; ==:-. :, }.WN'ST.. .LOT
'
(r! FRIDAY & SATURDAY ict htlflda y'Oct. 21st in St. Vincent de :

:'- Fixtures and'Merchandise' Paul Catholic church with Father

"'off" CUB 1.,(Joseph Reui!officiating at the:double
SCOUT COURT
"OF
:HONOR j ring ceremony; ,
The bride is the daughter of Mr 11
Pack' and Mrs ,Joe Hnth"fSof Madison

.. Den 2, presented a program "for(and' the bridegroom is 'the son of
Mrs M W Holton. also of Madison.
C'
Parents, trends and lien 1, Saturday -
Two standard baskets of whitegladioli'
evening at the Woman's Club..
The Hev W D Keis led in pra'yerand and mums combined,With MISSESDRESSES FIRST QUALITY' MISSES ': LADIES
JUNIOR
1 fern. formed the background forth -
: the 'Cub Scouts led the audience wedding party. Organist Waller .

in salute to the nag. Hugh She Whitlock played the nuptial music '_ .
Flannel Gowns
':
:
'
rod, Stephen Jones, Ernie Bowers, and the traditional marches. .; : '
I HOSE ; .;. SKIRTS _
George Wheeler and Eddie:; Brown The bride's attendants were her ... a 1 ;
formed the Color Guard. All sang cousin..Miss Ann Bochnia, maidof- :,:!1 .<. .'. : ; ::- 1 : Fancy. Trim Sizes 34-40 Reg. $ .49 .

America. honor, and Miss Mary Carol Naugh-' ., ... : }t "
-- .
,ton, bride's maid. ., : ; ; '
Hugh Sherrod announced the .. "
Franklin Holton ( pur Reg. 89c -j. r : 88
was best
man for- $2
program, which Included a playletjetting' r :; .
his brother and Ferd Naughton' Jr ?:I ft .
\
Ready for Hallowe'en, ''
presented and'Freddie .
[ Bochnia were ushers. I .
by: Den 2 and a story. told ... -. -;.:'
LQV Y'BRIDE ) .
1 .. ... -t 1\-'
r by, Me ,Keis. The bride was given "i'" t >j::
in "
Mr George Bowers, Cubmaster by her father. She was lovely marriage in her 1 :. 2 Pairs r $1.00 .. ,!pI "*. *,..- ACETATE
f .! t''>- ,
then'presided traditional ,
over the ce monies. lace and tulle wedding i ;.. ::

The following received honors: gown. The lace bodice was designed 5 oJ_.- ii V Quilted. Dusters ,

Stanley Braswell, Bob Cat badge; with long sleeves that came to -. .
Jimmie Sherrod, Wolf rank and points at the wrists and the full F M' I 'i." ,.:
.
j gold and silver arrow for extra floor length tulle skirt featured r ".'Y GIRLS'r F':. '. :< LACE TRIM COTTON t
alternating lace jI.'
achievements panels. Her French I ,.ti. AND CUFFS '
Tommy Roenbeck,
; illusion veil was attached to a ALL WOOL ', \
Wolf rank and'gold and 'silverarrow :-i.' 08.98 Value-Sizes 10.18 {
matching crown. She carried =
a bou : SLIM AND BOX PLEATED .
t ; Douglas' Bishop, Wolf 'rank; .
quet, of white carnations centered Sportwear Sizes 22-30 Regular 4.98 _
Hugh Sherrod Bear rank; Draff"m'McLeod with two white orchids. __ .

Bear rank and gold arrowpoint. The maid-of-honr was gowned, in ,-,. u-. : $5.88
blue peau de sole fashioned with a $3.44ORLON

Steven Braswell, Bear rank; fitted bodice. *and full ballerina '. MIR-N.MATCiI" "
sfcrt. '
length
George Wheeler; Lion rank; Ernie f
Bowers, Lion rank; Eddie Brown :Miss Naughton's blue lace and SKIRTS r-<.: & BANLON

Lion rank and gold and silver taffeta .ballerina length dress was :....:"'...,,-: t *: ?
designed .with a short sleeved bodice SWEATERS'J j Briefs
arrow points for Bear rank, and SWEATERS.Nylon
and full skirt. The attendants wore .. 1 fllS'r
CAPRI PANTS
gold and silver arrow points for .
headpieces in the shade of blue of .o ... *
'
Lion rank.Stephen their dresses with matching veils. JACKETS. !f;:.....,_. CREW NECK .. .
Jones, Lion rank and They carried. bouquets of yellow By Kay Windsor, Kay Junior, .j. : r T i Sizes 5-10 Reg 69-79c I' .,
-
BLOUSES .SHORT SLEEVE
gold ,aDd silver arrow point. mums. i '_ f ffc' i' "-
Vicki Vaughn, Toni Todd, Jollie ,. .
_:Mrs ,Hubert Sherrod, leader for Mrs:,Bochnia, mother of the bride *. ''J.' Sizes 32-40 Reg. 2.98 "' .

_Den 2, presented each of the mem chose a blue Fall model and worea Juniors, Palm Fashions '

'bers of her den a gift 'as a. fare pink ,carnation corsage. BUY THE WAY YOU. LIKE,.'. 2 $4..00" For $1.00T
'
well remembrance. Also, she made, -Mrs Holton, mother of the -bridegroom .CO'ITON.KNITS .:" ., For .
wore
-'
an-inspiring talk and read a poem, -a Navy Fall dress and "
her corsage was of'.pink carnations. tfi1.iPORTED WOOL, KNITS .. -. .
Follow .
the Trail of Arrow. of Immediately CINDERELLA and YOUNGLANDDRESSES '. BOYS
Lights. .t ; dollowing the cererrionythe'bride' WOOL FLANNELS .. ;
k They will now"be" under th'e leadership : parents entertained -, > '\ '
with a reception at their home. The Western Jeans
? of Mr George Wheeler. bride's table held the beautiful,tiered ONLY THE=LOOK. IS EXPENSIVE .

Mrs Wade, Jones .was accompan wedding'; cake.' Punch and ,cake"were J ii'r : }. .

11 1st. ,I* served. __ 7. .. .. Size*., S-' J6 43% 02. Reg. 2.9812Pair
"
.Mrs' Clinton Brown. "leader"" :cot fj The young, couple left later: pn 9.98 ; 3-6X to. k
.Den 1..: Mrs John Roenbeck wistant their wedding trip! to South,Florida. T.I 6.95 tr\'"

leader, and. Mr'Wade Jones, Out-o :lQwn guests .hers for the '_ 'i ''' .
; : "
1 Scout Master, were among those wedding were Mr and Mrs Jacob J '

Johnson of Curtiss Wisconsin;, Mrs r$2 $4.00
present. o' ... 98' Up'
j. ,
Dorothy Freeman; ,. Quitman, Ga"Mr\ t ,
After the ceremony, an exhibit, -.1 : t$* QUILTEDDUSTERS 4
.J.
and Mrs
Ralph Holton and .
family
of the handcraft' and 'c'
,
was displayed '
.
_
4t' > _
of Cler, iont; Mr :and Mrs John .' i .. ,,.f,, ; .
r refreshments served. :MEN'SFlannel:
were Bochnia of Jacksonville, Miss ,Jean .. ""-. ,4 7 ::-. 14'.A "\_ BOYSBrief '
Mr Wade Jones ,won a guessing 'O chnia :; : ,
> ;; Tallahassee :and :Mr: Buddy ( V
-1 contest. Smith of Ft Lauderdale. ,, I Shirts '

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Gifts! Gifts! Gifts! WHOLESALE & RETAIL: MEATS '. '.. ;'$3.98 S.11.L & Shorts

J QUYfMAN'ABA1TFOIR T ...Sizes '4 ;.:tr' ..-'... < ,....:. ; P. Regular $1.98 .. .
SEE THE GIFTS AT l. ,:.. ...

1 COWS AND HOGS BUTCHERED ... 2 Fer. $3 00 Sizes 2-16 Reg.. 59c
,
Gordon Williams Store 0, 1/0 I ,; t
'CHERRY
LAKE NEWS ,
Prof J C Moore of NJFC AUTOMATIC -
Collegein 3.98 ,
MEN'S WHITE
t -DISCUSSES SOCIAL- SECURITY- Madison, conducted the Preaching J '
r Bill Lanes :of the Social Security Services at Cherry Lake ,Bathe pChurclt"Jilt. 2 For S8c '

;'' ...office in Valdosta, discussed ,_ Jist ..uri nodal'security program at the ing*messages were on "The Lay- X fR wad : I fall '!#" ,- <..- LANKETSz ,

a :: Lions' Club meeting here Tuesday.Mr man" and the Prodigal Son":. :BACrib ) ; _.. tlt BOYSFLANNELS .,'
i Eanes told of the .
program's Homecoming Sunday :Oct 29th at '
JI. % 2 Year Guarantee _- I (,, ;)Vith or( ,without pOe ets -
provisions and its recent liberalizations L-: the Methodist Church was attended Replacement. ;
and answered a number of by many members and friends, Blankets ...._ 1 I. .' Reg. -

questions asked by various members.f some who had been gone from the SINGLE CONTROL. $1:50': Sport Shirts :: '. I

The present tax due to go up later, community 20 years. The .Revival I .

is 3% on the employer and 3% on continues every evening at 7:30. : .. :: 4Wd :.

the employee. Minimum 'benefit is Rev and Mrs J R Collins and ''J Many Colors and kinds, SizeJJG.x 50; .; "i. ;

$40 per month. family have returned_ from S C *. ", 1 $14.95 i' 0"" MEN'SShorts WAS H 'N WEAR COTTONS :
Henry Stewart and David Reed from visiting Mrs Collins's mother Our Regular 3.98 -, '..: .. ': 4-
of the Florida National Bank. of who has'been reported andUndershirts Sues 1.791.98
improving 0 .' ,. 2 16-Reg. 1 .
Jacksonville were visitors. .- r .
from illness. ; I .. 1 ..
r : r
,
DUAL I CONTROL/ -
s
.
WAYNE COOKSEY DIES I .
Funeral services were held Thursday \- ForFilelOil $3.44 :;

in Monticello for Wayne Hil- Call HU 3-6601 : "' .' .;:r".1, ; Regular 98c 20'$3/ OO r, I

burn Cooksey, 46, a native ofMonticello -a '. .
who died Monday at $1695k! -' f f
1
his had home lived in Durham for 25 years.N C, wherehe i J.B.DAVISINCi 'VISCOSE. ,2 For $1.50 DAN RIVER, : '.

Survivors are five sisters Mrs Jimmy' Cooke, son of Mr and 1

C Armstrong and 1IrsVatter Harris Mrs' J''' 0 Cooke Jr, who has been STRETCH .

'o{ Madison Mrs Gladys M spending his leave 'at his home Bed Spreads WARM Handkerchief

Gwigan .and Mrs Kate C Hall bothof here following completion ,of Pan Lou Socks

Durham and Mrs Ruth Bannis thirteen weeks basic.training, in'the f.Ie .' t BLANKETSPractical REGULAR 79c

ter of Gainesville and one brother, Weather, ;Observing School.'at Cha- '. .
Ormon of Tallahassee. nute Field. Ills, left Tuesday for 1 II LINTLESS (1, 'Pairs

Interment was in Roseland cemetery his new assignment in the Air ,Force. I A. MACHINE ,WASHABLE : 2 $1.00 10' a For- $t.oo
Monticello. ; 4 r>
at Hunter AFB Savannah CaIratryl '
,I% PRESHRUNK -_ Size.. for Twin or Double
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FRIDAY .NOVEMBER 3rd, 1961 THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA: PAGE sEVEN '





I 1 'C1.IP GRfEEN.'T" ,,_ p, (OUP'O NS FROM; 'I-I ADSIN'THE ;{ -



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CIRCUIT COURT OF THE exclusive of existing road right of SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on several

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT nil away tot S top-of-the line Gppuances' at Announcing' The Opening OfBarrett's

AND FOR :MADISON COUNTY,!1 OWNED BY: COL:TIN W JARVIS Howerton Supply Co. ,

FLORIDA AND HIS WIFE, LUCILE H ... '
L lAW NO.STATE JARVIS, AND ESTATE OF .
WITH .
._. THE. JAYCEESBy --
ROAD' DEPARTMENT OF ALICE EUDORA JARVIS, DECEASED 7 6J'Y.fi6 -

FLORIDA, an Agency of the Stateof COLVIN W' JARVIS, "' THighway.:wJ RONNY-BROWN

Florida, and '"- EXECUTOR OF SAID ..FSTATESUBJECl' ; .. '
The Madison Junior Studio
County -
MADISON COUNTY a Political TO: Judgment recordedin

Subdivision. of the state .of Florida, J L Book 3 at page 39 in AccidentsSunday Chamber of Commerce 'met at1 noon !

<3f Petitioners, favor of Orange State Oil Com- last Friday at McNeil's, Restaurant at '

v. pany and Judgment recorded in Another report was given con-

{! CAROLYN ALSTROM, et aL;., ,J L Book '1 at page 117 in favorof at 6:15, a. m while Joe cerning the shotgun ticket} sales by ST.
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Defendants Patrick Furniture Company Richard Brockman. HOWARD ,
; Alexander] was driving a ISSf Ford .

NOTICE OF RULE NISI ,and Tax Lien recorded In Lien :sedan south on state. road 14, one Red .Cason, reported. that, he was :: '

NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN Boqk \ at page 295 in favor of I!mile south of Madison a tie rod working on the. ;Jaycee, Turkey ., ,

PROCEEDINGS Internal Revenue Service, Laurie loose causing.I thecar to run Shoot to :
came be held November .15th, Phone Forrest 2-1940
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IN THE NAME AND BY THE 'W Tomlinson, Director. I to the left shoulder, hit an oak tree .; The box 'at Lanier Field'is .
press ,
OF SRD. No. 39-R 40-R, 42-R J i
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE. no ---- r '
and, turn r. injuries;
oy near completion. A work party was ww ,
FLORIDA. : RIGHT OF WAY I charges. $100 was estimated to the : '. ,
., TO' ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- That part "of (1) NH of SE% of I car. Trooper Peavy reported. scheduled to put some of they ... _' 1 ,

CERN, and to all persons and Section 25, Township 3 North Range Sunday at 5 while ConstableA finishing touches on the press box .A'

parties having or claiming any 7'' East' ,' AND ((2) Blocks 29, 30, 31, O Sistrunk pm of Greenville was Monday night., We do Commercial and Personal Photo Work Ii

right, title, interest, estate, mortgageor 32, 33 34, 35 and 36, of the origi- driving east on U S 90 three miles Bill Shirey told. the club that We will take out-of-town appointments -

other lien to or in the parcels nal Town of Lovett, Florida, accOrding -,west of Greenville the hood of his everyone .from Madison attendingthe I Develop Films Handle Camera Supplies

o'f land hereinafter described and to plat recorded in Deed I IBook' 1962:Ford sedan flew up tore loose Caucus in ,Orange 'Springs Call on us for any of your photography needs

the following persons together with "S" at page 230, public and hit the top of the car. The ac-. October' 21st and 22nd had a good
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all unknown persons claiming by? records of Madison County, Florida cident wascaused by a,faulty hood time and really enjoyed the event. H. GARNET, FISHER, Photographer JACK BARRETT, Owner

through or under known persons I[lying each side of and within 50 latch.:,Mr Sistrunk had a head injury. Everyone agreed to nterthe
who are dead or who are not knownto ,feet of the survey line of State I damage :to the ;car, '
$500 estimated Jaycee Jolly Wagon in the 'Home-
1956 Television Troubles
Ford ?
be dead or alive: ,Road S-146 Section 35580-2150, Troopers Peavy reported. : Pickup I I i
C 33580-2601 STATE ROAD coming Parade which was held last .
SECTION line
said
'being described
survey as "
NAMES'" Monday at 6 pm, two miles west Friday afternoon. Recondition Engine -- ,-
( S-146 MADISON COUNTY follows the '
Beginning East
: on line
US 90 Robert '
of Greenville on .. The winner of the two Gator Call Lee Radio & T-V for fast and -
AND ADDRESSES of Section 25,. Township 3 North in HARDEE ,MOTOR CO.
of a
Thomas Meldrom Greenville<< ,
: Carolyn __Alstrom, 3711 Barbara Range 7 East at a point 358.9 feet 1947 Ford pickup attempted, a left Bowl tickets is chosen from a list reliable service. We service, all /'
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Drive. Anchorage, .Alaska Northerly from the Southeast corner turn into Fagan road. Lee. C Bishop of those who have the best Jaycee MAIN ST.: LOT makes. Factory trained technidanawith .

SRD No. 39-R, '40-R 42-R 'of said Section 25, run thence North of Greenville in a 1953 Ford sedan meeting attendance records. '. 16 years' experience." Phone
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Carl Alstrom, 3711 Barbara Drive 53 degrees 27' 34" :West 278350 attempted to. pass, when' the cars The Madison. County' Junior WEEKLY FISHING BULLETIN HIT 3-6182. 5-tf-dT

Anchorage; :Alaska feet to the beginning of a curve concave with Chamber of Commerce voted .
39-R, 40-R 42-R collide_ Mqldrom was ;charged unanimously BABV"WVCHE.BAPTiZED. -
SRD No.
)' Homer P Lovett, 316 Central to: the' .Northeast having a failure to give proper signal.. -No t6. join' with the:: Florida Creek. 'fishing is about over, due .. .- '. .
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'Ave.,, Blackshear Georgia radius of, 1909.86 feet, run thence I linJuri .' Truck had' .$25 'damage,, no' Forest Service in urging MadisonCounty to dry weather. I have been through Vernon Fols Wyche, infant son

SRD No. 39-R, 40-R, ,42Ri Northwesterly, North and Northeasterly damage. to. sedan, Trooper P.eavy residents not 'to do any the San Pedro bays' and most of of Mr and* Mrs Waring Wyche' Jr,,
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Bessie Lovett Neel;: 115 McIves an angle of 64 degrees 42' 57" a I reported.' ': :. burning i 'until there*: has,,: been the creeks and holes are 'dry. was" baptized' at the morning services
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St., Greensboro, North Carolina distance of 2157.20 feet ,to the North fourths At 5:40 of a Tuesday: mile east morning of Greenville, sufficient- rain :to. lower, the. danger.. Fishermen with outboard motors, at the Presbyterian church
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1tSRD"* No. 55 line 'of Section 25, Township .3'' 90 Bradford ,Jordanbf of; ,spreading. forest: ores.. = be courteous to your :fishing neigh- Sunday. ..,
on John
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,Patrick Furniture Company North, Range 7' East '(South line of] Tallahassee driving 1950, Chev- '. i bor. Slow down when approaching,

-Quitman ,Georgia- Section 24, Township 3 North.1 1959 Chevrolet and 'I am sure'he'will'' appreciate it. Mr and'irs T J Beggs IH and
28R54, 58 59 i rolet 'pickup and a .
No.
:: Frank SRD Smith,. 50 West Haven Range 7 East) at a point 3019.8 I sedan driven: by Emmett Alton Bur- rfJrs.Brmt It .; Lets' make fishing' .. a' pleasure. 'not.. Mr and 1.trS'RObert Andrews' were
from
feet Westerly the Southeast ; f
: those attending the Home:
'. California < kett of Chaitahoochee'were both a tragedy among
Arcadia, ,r' ;' rt Iff .
SRD No.: '39-R, 40-R. 42-R 3.326 corner acres of said more Section or less 24,exclusive containing of, going in: the, same direction with AtCfub'Florida's l : ':' :' Lawrence(Rowell coming. game' in Gainesville Sat.

West Haven Jordan in front, when Burkett's. car
Sarah Smith, 50 '" '
existing road right. of way.OWNED -1
.4 Arcadia California rammed the rear.of .the Jordan ve- ,A, roR ELECTRONICCALL ."
BY: : HOMER P LOVETT,' HendP.rson-aL Rt;; 2, Madison .
SRD No. 39-R; 40-R; 42-R Ihicle.: Jordan was. ,driving slowly in'Jthe first :' Mrs FarriaBryant Horace : : ':. '. ":: -
FRANK SMITH AND HIS WIFE, lady .
was discharged from Madjson ...... .-,
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59 .dense fog Burkett (was charged. ,
SRD No. 28-R, 54, 58. SARAH tthe' ;'1.* Pi
SMITH W J LEWIS willfeite guest speaker .... nt. ,1JJWgrr
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RTt'J..tT'nF.. WAY y T rooper Pea_, uv.-J' with 'Hrivincr' g too I County. ... Hospital .Monday.. .
coffeetrhursddymorning "
Woman's Club -
AND.InS'. WIFE, FR4NCES ..... '
That"pt NW fast for- weather conditions. No '- -
of <1) NEU of LEWIS AND CARL ALSTROM Nov. 9th :at 16 o'clock 3& .4.11"c. 'co b.;,
lyings-south and ,west of Madison AND'BIS WIFE. ,, '. 'CAROLYN 1 injuries Damages were $10-To the the club house; has->been announced CALL.6- ..- .
: OIL
Thomasville Road in Madison 1 1SUBJEcr' truck and .$400 'to tie car. FOR FUEL
and ,
.If. 'Mra club RYCROFtfW : i
ALSTROM 4 by" w Copeland Jr, Jr. i T.
McWilliams
County, Florida( ; 'in.'*. Section 31, 'TO: Judgment recorded On the Pinetta-Blue Springs dirt chairman ofHtfie 'Department of .International C. T. (Buddyp ,. ,
Township 3 North,Range 8 East and road Tuesday; at 9:30 am ndthe- AGENT, ,"STANDARD) OIL co.I fPhone
in Judgment Book 1 at page 5 in Affairs, who, arrangedthe ': : Cherry Lake 8389 or
Block 27 ,of the Origi- Wilson farm 1952 International i t HU 3-2279
(2) 'Lot.1 of favor of J Vickers 'd/b/a Vickers > a program.' She will speakon ::.: Write RL 3 Madison, :Fla. ,
nal Town of Lovett, ,Florida as recorded 1 VS ton truck driven by James / -i
Company, and Mortgage abroad =
Implement herrecent trip in relation
Deed Book "S" Page 230 Aaron Williams of Lee and a 1957 '
in in R. Book'71 at f. ; 41 .
recorded O.;,
l\tadison'' page : to international affairs, which 'i'.J "
of the public records of Ford sedan driven by David Howard : t )J
114 in favor of Corene Studstill, : will be of interest to ..
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1 County, Florida lying each side of and unrecorded lease held by Claud .Payne of Lee collided head on. many ..- ., '; .' ,

and within 50 feet. 'of the. survey Alton King Payne was driving east and Wil- ,.1- from

line' of State Road S-146, Section SRD No.:55 liams west when Williams roundeda APPOINTED REGIONAL why suffer : :

35580-2150,' said .survey line being blind curve on the wrong side of BOARD
RIGHT OF WAY ,
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follows. Beginning on the road, Trooper Peavy reported
described as ,
I That part of a parcel of land .
the east line of Section 31, Town- described as bounded on the east' David Payne had head injuries and Mrs L E Leslie has been appointed 8Qr WQtIlER. '

ship 3 North, Range 8 East-at .a by the east line of Section 25, his brother Ronnie Payne, a passenger Librarian for the Madison '
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,point 669 feet Northerly from the Township 3 ,North, Range 7 Eastt had head, neck and possible County Library by the Suwannee -. Bad: 'Hunter:? -

Southeast corner of said 'Section bounded on the south by the back injuries. Both were admittedto Regional Library JJoanL Mrs Leslie I -

31, run thence North. 54 degrees. 20' Thomasville to Madison public high- 'the local hospital has had ten .years' experience in

03" West 318.08 feet to the begin- waY, and bounded on the, west ,by Williams had leg injuries.. Dam- library work and is well qualifiedfor W : :

ning of a curve concave to the the easterly boundary line of an age to truck, $400. The car was a this 'position: Y GetNewLOWCOST

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Northeast having' a radius of unnamed street 'ofthe Town of I total loss. She succeeds 'Mrs R L Millinor, :

2864.79 feet run' thence Northwesterly 'Lovett, Florida, .all''being in >the who recently resigned after twenty --: AMERICANtaudard
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along said curve ,through 'SEiof the SE% of Section: '25, SERVICESAT CHURCH' 'I L -? years as librarian Mrs John Henry' <

"Vtotalcentral angle of 18 degrees :Township 3 North Range 7 East, OF CHRISTServices I >* Plant is continuing with the library. air conditioning
39' 50" ,a distance Of 933.26 feet to i lying northerly of and within 50 ,. : ,Whole house ;

the,.end of said curve run thence of the line of State held each night .
feet survey are being -
Tt>rth 35 degrees 40' 13" West Road S-146, Section 35580-2150, this week at the Madison Churchof For FUEL OIL Call ;i For free tstimatt; caD
L 458.25 feet to the beginning off:a .
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said survey line described
being
as
Christ on South Range street ,
I curve concave to the Southwest follows: Beginning on the east line JOHN .P.: AGNER
having a radius of 1432.40" fj-ejt, run :I conducted by Evangelist Paul Simon J P JOHNSONHU I
of Section 25, Township 3 North,
is '
thence Northwesterly along said of Milton Theme of the services
Range 7 East at a point 3585 feet PLUMBING AND HEATING
curve through total central angleof An Ancient Gospel for a Modern 3-2277 '
northerly from the southeast cornerof .
29, degrees 50' 30" a distance of World. "' HU 3-6604 l.Iadison'FIa., j
said Section 25, run thence North -
.7460 feet to the end of said curve, tr i
53 degrees 2T Westl47L06.. feet
thence North 65 degrees; 30' 43" ,
run Rev O'Neil McCullough spent: r
to the northeasterly extension of the .
West 796.24 feet: to the beginning last week with his folks in Madi- : -
west line of Block 32, original town ,
of a curve concave to the Northeast of Lovett, ,Florida, according to plat son. He returned to Miami Friday, Leon Dividend -
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feet
naving? .a radius of 1909.86 run recorded in Deed Book S at page accompanied by 'his son Alfred, who
said .
thence Northwesterly along'
230 of the public records of Madison will remain with him until Christ
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curve through a total. central angleof County, ,Florida, at a point
35 degrees 03' 40" a distance of I mas.
30.78: feet northeasterly from the
1.168.\6\ feet to the end of said northwest corner of said Block 32,

curve.' run thence North 30 degrees containing' 0.150 acres more or less 1959 Chevrolet Convertible f"r!
feet to the'j
West
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27' 03" exclusive of existing road right of
beginning' of a curve concave to the!
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Southwest having a radius of 1909.86feet :. ci'T I
OWNED BY EUNICE BURNETTE
run thence Northwesterly along'! : .
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said curve through a total central)j BESSIE LOVETT NEEL. MAMIE Fire Engine Red & Loaded I >/'r' I -

angle of 23 degrees 00' 31" a distance i SCHAFER, BETTY LOVEIT HARDEE MOTOR CO. t

of 766.90 feet to the end of said, AND MARIE ROBERTS AND .

curve, run thence North 53 degrees HER HUSBAND KENNETH. :MAIN ST. LOT -/' I i

27' 34" West 605.97 feet to the' ROBERTS ; I
North line of Section 31 Township TAKE NOTICE that a' Declaration commanded to appear by filing an I

3 North. Range 8 East (South line of Taking has been filed in the answer to the Petition heretofore d I

I of Section 30, Township 3 North above-styled cause by the Petitioners filed in this cause in the entitled I

Range 8 East) at a point 48837, the acquiring authority of these Court on or ,before-the 28th day of I I

feet Easterly from the Southwest proceedings, of the taking of the November, 1961, to show what Ii t.

I corner of said Section 30, run above-described lands, for the purpose right, title, interest or liens you, j

thence North 53 degrees 27' 34" set forth in the Petition in this or any of you. have in and to the 9

{ West 601.83 feet to the West line cause, viz: As ,right of way for a above-described lands and show 1cz:4 .

of Section 30. Township 3 North portion of State Road, No. 5-146 in cause why the same, should not be V :

Range 8 East (East line of Section Madison County, Florida and that taken for the use and purpose set 1

_ 25 Township 3 North, Range 7 East) the Honorable R H Rowe, (one of forth in the Petition filed herein.

at a point'358.9 feet Northerly from the judges of the Circuit, Court ,i in i WITNESS my hand'and seal of

the Southeast corner of said Section j th ewill Third Judicial Circuit of Florida| said Court on this 10th day of

25 run thence North 53 degrees on the 23rd day of October, October 1961.DALE

27' 34" West 1471.06 feet ,to the I 1961; at 1100; a. .m, in Circuit t LFST.TFT. SAVE BY MAIl.
I Northeasterly extension of the West Court Chambers in Madison County Clerk of the Circuit Court of Mad- .

line of Block 32 of the original i Courthouse at Madison, Florida" Ison County, Florida. <.- '. ..

p Town of Lovett, :Florida as re- consider said Declaration of Taking, By: Jane W Baker Deputy Clerk' I
[i 230. appoint appraisers, and make such DAVID ANDERSON I
d corded in Deed Book "S", page "
of the public records Madison order as the Court deems proper. Holland Building -. FEDERAL SAVINGS 111 So,11I, M uol'
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County, Florida, at a point 30.78 All parties to the suit and all parties Tallahassee, Florida .' 'I' LEON '
'feet Northeasterly from the Northwest interested may appear and be heard Of Counsel for Petitioners' AM hAil ASMCIATMM, S -tUuIu.. :

i corner of said Block 32 con at'thetime' ,and place designated. *''r-- ,. ,-SEAL' ) : : fi .=3 z .. .,- ..r?,

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,..LAST* TWO'DAYS


fire, Sale Classified; AdsBOATS \ S

', ... -1.- .-. I
: FOR SALE: Only one
MADISON
Saturday, November 4 -S i new Larson '18-ft boat, now only PECANS -
Florae's'
DOUBLE: FEATURE 0 $1250, including trailer. The new V
EDGE OF ETERNrr ', Eastman price on this boat, up $100, :is -
FRIDAY &, SATURDAY We will again buy your.*pecans.
color, starring Cornell Wilde, Victoria $2150, so' save, now. Also one new. *'
Fixtures and Merchandise this season at top prices.
Shaw. Suspense and drama speed, boat and trailer $650.
backed by one of:the'natural won- LEWIS'HAMESSetzer's We have:
1st BAPTIST HOLDS MEMORIAL % Georgia red sweet potatoes,
ders of the world. They fought in Shopping Center
mid air above the Grand Canyon SERVICE FOR ,L MAXWELLLake $2.50 bu.
and the edge of eternity. FOR SALE:> Lot No. 17 of Yellow Bushels of fresh vegetables. for RESTAURANT V
( City Reporter) Pine Heights, containing 1.31 FREEZING or table .,use.'
TIME BOMB,.'starring Curt Jur- connection with the morning acres: Will sell for price paid for Fresh fruits.
Demongeot. A shatter- the land. If interested please call
Mylene
Bens ,
worship service last Sunday, Oct
ing cruise to terror. This ship is a HU 36497.. 10-lt-pd J. I. Surles & Sons
:floating TIME BOMB-triggered. to 8, the First Baptist Church paused UNDER, NEW MANAGEMENTS
explode. A story that ,explodes with I to pay tribute! to the memory of New Cane Syrup for Sale: $4.50 MADISON FLA.

all the fury .that conspiracy on the 'one of.itS faithful and beloved members per case,quarts or pints. Will bottle V .
high seas can ignite. Cartoon. W Lamar Maxwell. only by order. EDGAR,BLAIR, Rt Infant available for adoption in : -FEATURING: .,
I 'The occasion featured the presentation 2, Madison, Fla. 10-7t-pd December. Excellent family ,back I '

Sunday-November 5 I and dedication of beautifulcoat FOR SALE: Borre Lupine 5, cents ground. For details write Box T.79, Lobsters :
ON THE'DOUBLE., Technicolor, '' 'J. : <
Madison, Fla. 10lt.ch.FOR '
and hat racks especially made a lb. purity 99.86 per cent, germi-
starring Danny Kaye, ,Dana Wyn- ,
vestibules, of the church. nation 93 per cent. BOB LAW-, -'
for the ,
ters, It's Danny as you love him RENT: Downstairs furnished tt r;
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Lake Farms, Shrimp&FishSteaks :
,
TON Sampala e
The presentation was made by the ,;
best: playing an American soldier, apartment: with private .' ,"J \' L
a British general, a, fan dancer, a John-'D Gable Mens' Sunday School phone HU 3-6860. 10( -tf-ch MRS ,C, M PLANT phone JIU ., : ,;! .

German chanteuse and a Nazi offi- Class of which Mr Maxwell was the For Sale or Trade: 1961 two 3-6650. 10-tf-ch Western .

cer,' all in one hilarious picture. esteemed and respected teacher for door Comet-Deluxe interior, white FOR. RENT: PoWnstairs furnished

Cartoon. many years. wall tires radio heater, mileage apartment. MRS G 0 PURVIS, V : Delicious Dinners

Monday, November 6'Artist The class sat, together In the cen- 10,000. Call HU 3-6406 Madison. 928 ,S Range St, Phone HU 3-6408 : Y S ,

Series, Windsor Singers 8:15 ter of the sanctuary in ;silent tribute 10ltpdFOR 10-2t-ch "
to him, in whose memory they ( I EAT SUNDAY DINNER WITH US!
November 7, 8 SALE: 6 in Demings Vertical
Tuesday-Wednesday. '
DOUBLE FEATURE were 'presenting the memorial Turbine PumP 3500 R. P. M. Help WantedRAWLEIGH SERVED ;FROM 11:30 A. M.

PLEASE 'TURN OVER starringTed The pastor, 'the Rev Carson Brit- normal rated. 60 ft. head with 10 ; '

Ray. Jean Kent. Her novel tain. using two passages of scrip1 H. P.. G. E. Motor, 3' phase 220-( Dealer wanted at I. MARTIN FESTERMAN, MGR. .
ripped the ,town wide open with ture, Philippians 13 and Hebrew 440 volts with switch board & once in Madison County. ,Good op ,
See W H CONE, Rt 3 Box Management Change Engineered BRUCE BISHOP
portunitr. over by
laughter. You've never had it so 12:1, spoke the appreciation, and automatic controls. This outfit has
135, Greenville write at
once
funny;in the year's comedy surprise. love of the entire 'church for one been used less than 6 mo. Won- RAWLEIGH'S ;DepL or FAK-140-105, experienced, Tallahassee Restarauteur
its faithful members. derful for irrigation or any pur-
of most
'NOT'OF THIS EARTH starring that volumeof Memphis! Tenn.: 10-3t-pd
requires a large
Garland.. Vampire It was pointed out that Lamar pose
Paul Birch Beverly
water; For information con I
creatures from outer space. Seethe Maxwell 'now sits In the companyof tact C 0 JOHNSON HU 32315. Mrs Carl Sackett returned to

;fiend with death ray eyes-a all of God's strong men_ who ,10ltpd"OR Waitress Wanted, Tampa this week from a*, ,week's Turkey Shoot
thing that 'Is not of this earth. Car- have been promoted to the higher visit here with her sister, Mrs' A H hili
toon. life, and watches with keen ,inter SALE: 1954 Chevrolet pickup CHUCK WAGON Hancock.; She was accompanied 1 Elks Lodge
:I
on with new paint job, steel ,body
November 9, 10 est how those, who remain carry who
Thursday-Frkfay. heavy duty spring & 700-15 large there :by Mrs T F Livingston, .

ARMORED COMMAND, starring the race. tires. Just overhauled motor, new BAND INSTRUMENTS WANTEDThe spent,several days with her mother', ; 1OOP.M: r .
Howard Keel Tina Louise. A crankshaft and inserts, rings & Mrs Hess Sivia. '
woman's weapons that almost turned valve job. This truck is guaranteedto Madison High School Band 1.? .rbSat ;
the tide of battle. ,A hard hitting, For FUEL OIL Call.JPJOllNSON .' > : : 1:00 11.
action-filled of-World War H. be in perfect mechanical .condition needs usable band instruments; If .' i,:. NOTICE OF BIDS-":. : pm .
story. 12 volts battery system',& You have a band instrument'"" that ft,1 < ')
Cartoon. lots of extras. $400.00 Cash. Con- you are willing 'to donate to the The -.Board of County Commissioners Nov 4 and 11 j,

tact C 0 JOHNSON at'HU 3-2315 School please contact MR HARRISat ,:of,'Madison County, Florida, V

1949 Chevrolet Club HU 3,2277 .: Madison. ID-l -pd !Madison High School. will accept bids at a special' meet 'i. \. I
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p. f FOR SALE: One 13 ft. Philco 9-4t-ch ing Ito 'be held November 20, 1961' COUNTY COURT. ;
at 8:00 P. M. on the following: -
freezer chest type, excellent con-
; Coupe EARLY MORNING WRECK < dition. One feather 'mattress with IBM ,POSITION OPEN Two (2) trucks, 2-ton, long wheel Dickie William Dickson, speeding
base, standard cab, 825 x 20 10-ply :$25 or thirty days. '
& Fishing Special Y new ticking. Phone HU 36749. -
Hunting tires, equipped with take-off, I Hosian Farhangul, ,speeding, $25
Luther Carl MRS IRENE SHEPPARD. Permanent with power
Carney, white, pf : 9-lt-pd: position large -
HARDEE MOTOR CO. tor'fit bodies on trucks to be tradedin or thirty days. T|
Quitman hit a dense, fog at '12:45 BOAT FOR SALE' : Dandy light food manufacturer as IBM operator- with turn indicators.. A trade-in Floyd F Day, plaintiff, vg Thomas

MAIN ST. LOT Thursday morning ,on St road 55 boat used once, like new. Cost supervisor open for qualified ,man or allowance must be given on one J Cone, defendant, complaint dis-

three miles south of Greenville'I' as $75.."Leaving town; will sell for woman. Do ,not phone or come see 1956, Ford truck and one 1957 Ford. missed with prejudice to both parties.
us but first write if interested, giv- "
CIRCUIT COURT he was traveling north ran off the $45., See at WELLS BOAT CO. truck. {i" Johnny Demps,, drunkenness. $25or
ing experience, and other information
road, lost ,control of the 19<50 age -
9.2tpdFOR The Board reserves the right to thirty days.
State Road Department and Madison Chevrolet '2% ton truck he was reject any and all bids. Henry Kemp; drunkenness, $25 or
County, petitioners, vs Carolyn SALE: 7-room house, Inside'ty W. B. RODDENBERY CO.. INC. ,
driving and crashed into two, ,cyp- 1 DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk thirty days. > t( f
limits. % land. ,Call HU Cairo Georgia
Alstrom, et al, defendants. W B acre ,
4 Board 'of Commissioners Fred Frazier, drunkenness :.
ress trees and broke them down. County $25 or
6406. 9-4t-ch
3 9-3t-ch
Davis, Robert Searcy and Broadus -
The trees fell over on the truck.It Madison County, Florida. thirty days.
Willoughby appointed, to appraise' took until 6'a m to clear the FOR SALE: Duotherm heater, with STRAYED: One shorthorn cow, 10-2t-ch: Bobbie Mickle, reckless driving
property concerned. ; trees from the electric fan, kerosene tank metal strawberry 'color, smooth crop, (willful and wanton)!, $79 or sixty
wreckage. -
stand and copper tubing.,MRS F C overbit, underbit in right ear. M 1959 4 dr- days.
taken to the Mercury
Carney was
Quitman GLASS 325 NW Meeting St. C HERRING Rt 3, Madison:
hospital with internal'and head injuries f
Attention 9-tf-ch 8-lt-pd
,. Perfect & Nice
) }..I ** *- ? # ; Mechanically ALUMINUM AWNINGSCustom ,

Tbe: truck the property of Quit FOR SALE(Setter Imps 7' ,Weeks' LOST: Key ring with keys at&checL ,'IIARD E-MOTOR Ctf.:... built to'VS specifications..... '

FLORIDA I man Canning I Co, was completely Old. BILL OLIVER. HU 3-6876, J E Cottingham,, Rt' 2; Madison. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.1.n '

demolished. Carney was charged Madison. 9-lt-ch 10-lt-pd ....XMAIN ST. LOT

Motorists with driving too fast for weather

a conditions, Trooper Joe Peavy re. Mrs Bobby Copeland and young I Free Dogs-R AndrewsEMPLOYEES S
ported. son of Valdosta were guests of Mr
and Mrs W C Copeland Sr, Mon-
Valdosta
day. Friends will be interested to

For Fuel Oil learn that Mr and Mrs Bobby Copeland HONORED

r- and son will spend the Christ Sixteen employees of Thompson

Callllll36O1INC mas holidays in England with her Industries, of which Metal Products .

'parents. here is a division f were '

: J. B. DAVIS, <<; the honored company's for ten annual years of banquet service at in: The PlaceCastle To Shop Is ,

Valdosta Monday night. Each of

.. ON HOME STRETCH Y the honorees was presented with, :25

... > shares of stock in Thompson Industries ..
ON TRAVELERS. Tallahassee, .;: P ark.:
Fla -:- The 1961 co valued at more than $300,
>AUTOMOBILE' North Florida Fair boomed ? into $100 in cash and a service pin.
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the 'h mestretch"today with many Employees so honored from Madi- .

.i...INSURANCE. ; events still scheduled. son county included Agnes Wigginsof .

-9' The Fair:ends Saturday night;;:: Greenville and Maxie Harrell, The Modern Shopping Ce1erJ1;
'
:r 1. (lew Low- Rates Robert K ,Fielder. and Edward D .
1k
/ t Today's clean-burning Shell!
Musser of Madison. The others
: !! 2. Safe Driver.Savings The Gordon Ashley' home on.
:: Heating dil can give < more were from Valdosta and Hahira. :.
} North Range street_ is being re t
: i.3. Local Agent Service painted. warmth per dollar. And help :

.' hold. down Repair bills., !* $2.50 DEPOSIT WILL HOLD :H ., ..Free' Parking
:
.. JUVENILE FURNITURE AT S1:1ZER'S -
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Get Shell Heating Oil
together
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TILL CHRISTMAS.Miss .
+ Williams Andrews.lnc WHOLESALE & RETAIL MEATS: ) valuable heating- oilservice I ,
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Madison) Fla. QUfTMAN ABATTOIR !' "' :- ;1, Eva McCullough returned /'/AW. -' ,;' ,

"'" ;.i. ; miESENTiHG. m COWS AND HOGS BUTCHERED' home last Thursday from conducting : : Visit They; Friendly Stores:' '3f ;

4:!:i. .- 'WVEIEIS; HANFOID .', "' a, four weeks' revival at ,the 1\; .. ,,,
.i_. II church of God in'Wlnter Haven: ( .c .

.{: i. After- a visit.with her .mother, Mrs ':. :'I'f CASTLE PARK, VARIETY STORE::
A H Hp hilI. and family she ': :' -" -
:. V DO BUGS BOTHER YOU? left to hold revival ,at -" : ., ,
5 ,- Wednesday a .. --
_ j' k Thomaston. Ga Church of God. J-. 'i j"" CASTLE PARK PHARMACY :. '

OKAY, LET'S GET ,RID; OF 'EM, AND FAST. CALL I. w. -'1C'f ,: ,; V ;: ,
Mrs Carroll Smith of Tallahassee
USNOW: COLLECT. IF ROACHES, ANTS WATER. Fred
was the guest of Mrs -

,' PUGS, FLEAS AND TERMITES ARE !MAKING YOUR Hardee Saturday and Sunday. ;', <:TALIOTT PAINT & WALLPAPER {0. .

;: LIFE :MISERABLE. WE'LL ELIMINATE >EM, AND ,{ : ..CalHU 34601 I, '- -

,;" 'Y" YOU MUST' BE SATISFIED! +. <.0', ,. i't:- : -"", Fir FUEL-: 4: .
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293-J: Perry; Florida !HU 3-2277 TURTLE RESTAURANTJ .

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D Q ettitiaitsea-0. Luke 102537. -. hwi z teii.tsil tteSbe Sfttliti3t8. 1wck;. Lift slat iL ntarke4 ....., Has
\ i?arx!, Pnrdy, ftMprfarty" M : .a 'Sara fa 1! i'iWrit '?. Harrison- Y. Kahlendorf, .
[ SOT GSJ& OWSL&? : :;:#, Sid.-.i:: Z J tpaassyi? !tl HO* Jinea fine itt htt !t&rat 43,_found God?Some observers i '
GrswInOrnicernNovember I 2rty KtsV lUl&fca WrUaThere's t: + a.-w'i i bx o an>iBsxubJi Nfit.A 'IwvtS t re* thu tre rffcVQ:'ist+< fez say i .. :. ,
; gd j. J l Ir a.nt'" yes. Mr., Kahlendorf no. ',,
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THE noticing reader, or one if* x iifij NKooxrsprd ., u Four months ago Mr. Kahlendorf \i .I -r. a

looks over goes the to topics Sunday! of school,the whole and '. ti '!" ,., $ 'a as s+itx p.tt : t was indifferent to religion. He was* / j

Quarter's lessons. will. have ob : .tom.;., t ,- also weary of worry and hungry' --. ,. .
served that
the,tudy this
(Oct. 1-Dec. 31) Is all about quarter christians :Giormts'? cii.'h ,,a for hope. One Sunday he "just hap* '

growing.First we had a study L et pened" to go to Church -
about -
how Jesus '

grew, then one 'a ."t(3". : : i SXiSafe ; aL-risa The Christian Truth to ': ;
y,:: | about how Chris r ii K -.r came :

;:; :i" tians.tEen grow.In general .. : \t.. rt,.-.g Harrison Y. Kahlendorfas good .; .
; a number
s. ., of studies \ b.OU ? a news and it began to change

s (this being' the \ .; 4 to me*w &v _his life. ; '
last) asking ? the \ : :1;
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u same Growing question in what e.od ', t4 Igor Today.there is new happiness .. -

respect, In what Am in his home _
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; f'Cr warmth in his
Dr. Foreman ways? In what ifi pre ,.. .. w. ::: N new ,, ,

f ,may a ,Christian be expected l 'I l : ? ?? ,_ friendships new challenge in .his "iiM. \
grow? We,have seen that a Chris- ( .tJl And :
job. he is
tian can grow In the knowledge ot 4C :.e.tr y..,. a,JjJ25 SSt:93 1iSw every day discoverjng i .
God In his Christian It t,fnwj / :? .{ : adventure -
relationships; S opportunity and rww
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activity in the O
i!d tt. hi 3 !** zx<' ..7 .i blessing he never dreamed of be
church; and now we shall think <' : ::;:: lifclcsf'c .
how "a: "Christian ..cmgiow' in xisiwtoH.la d.to,,. rrt Lp l )3g .-.y; : : } d=c.1 t: to fake isec fore. -
:"Chrfstfanconcern.." If anybody 'tip recast lltst5Ty cT i idasflflcd 4 U'e. slnet;i ,v+/: .t ,, i .
prefers 1ilS'cr., ? r.3issschYih tir i nice iitte i"fs s :k Mr:y q ':;y- .N.ll ,. ,, '..
to substitute_ 1 ve" for ; r 3 ; .
: concern all 'right; .only rcmemb A' t3. 1"rtiti1kLaatk )- G6 .t ffR t;' Ar t i f g y i : x'q'!}Sw.w E.tg ffS lS;w w? Pes aU this mean that HarriwtSX -

!r that. Christian love is con. ':3srszi3 3uehu a Mi r 1!!n.te. I cc-cL bee.u.3e o 1 f tend2' !lw8 S Oll Y Kahlen dorf has found'God? k '
I cern, not emotion alone. Titi ll t o! g tiv-g <;i rCinC: 'a.$'i iliry fl gcl.twtx .tn r tt, S&SiS5w8! ,
's.icrincs! tw:< r.:1' t.3: tt s. fl I rwarr' akinz wh.E .". aer 3*ar i&t s'?ca& }cicb.' si* a**! bac.&n Some observers say Y es. -Taking a .
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Christian Materialism ,, .
fmrC3tt!!! h:7'cvt moa Sris ab Ld t' .ez r : 'N r ... .
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,\U There Js a bad materialism, or tffi1., is jM:,&Tre\rfeh' *:t3Jsr! <.1 t0 : t: CSB .fct-3 K.flat re o tltw it' a.rael. 'Jy.tSh. A .tt Issue with them,- Mr. Kahlendorf- -

father, bad materialisms, and ow rt'w; aid trJritird 't faaw Ptal 1X3::i Ai'e : a,thei "'rcess tor i V.arset told our reporter t
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there Is a good one as well. With 01 {aa,"t j i fat CiS CO C'SC.ti Chsjr : ,t..'riZ! rt3 cecj ; F
!I 'the bad materialism Christians t i ted liud4t4S i w teV'ed' :dsrk..' !vim' brie hoj-.ca t fcrtsva --. -'

should have nothing .to-o. With 1.ieAt;" cf M A >i'Nlk ryu57 aGt=:,4s e' Rit }Er, ti:!t4e r .e lth ..Lt r'a, ....
sacred obligation, laid on us ,by !.,,. :2y:: "'9tr' Ja VA Kt r w :iI ':. t31 'i'i .: 13 hTS u=if 4Syryr!!y tbi rul ;. at,,. God > _
the Lord himself. A'yt tS.YlwVtw * Pne, bad kind'of materialism is t :fww N, i'CSq..i .i" t.5f 'U", re jtsr: averts r itwq a7t4 Y.'t her .
the' theory.that nothing is real except wr p 1w t t +'9 ri' fl S '0'fiCl, !r.'r+Io tb 1 to CdS7..C w :: t' rt O a : 15'? .,rwfi$: rri yP& >. ZM, fat .t yvr: {.'1 G0 !ss l v t t'eA x,: CU r. .. ..
I matter, stuff (whether visible r. r : zLt w IC,'.l ti::j .wt iw.t) $b Cw n w jt '-1s a: t w a : i G :'g .h y 11 ('3"u1 13' ?
,like water or invisible like electrons : taiY' ::at4 e'ws ,';rl it' iLSC'rts i@2aer _c Y} 2 3t 8 t,1.4Ct 7N' .Y fa any iZ--r ;0 tilt.rirtL .iliii3 t
"or chemical 'energy) 'whIch *t:: t M t W =: a iiw1DMCrt ; f
can be weighed rand, JX1easured. c' "P S s "r 5i tr ... Ir I C i-L :%a i lis: Its"rw ::Pac r 1u' .
This is the: kind of; materialism l v s aa| r it'a 'f'1 1'ORtC' oft nire .
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'preached and 'practiced in com- pnr CiS'ihavmow '} + .i tc R JiilkA s: ir= ? %; &4eawa it 1c tics %S3 a.a: vt: "eiryii 'i a'. Swt Iii i
,xnunismr: Christians understand !T i j1."' :,Q: t ;,N>: i 3r '- .
that it is false. Another bad kind TV? i t i.
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,h very common in America;' it is 'on earth for < :c *t d ,. .. m t :w cd Ci"sso Ii stf I ts! ;t'r 3 .
the notion that material things are citizenship,. ....
7-t <}..wX.f,.. .:. :: .1. L$11 .t1' .-.4l .t X.4 C I ;
the \ tt.w GYS : ;"? ir $ ::
most important; things in the Without: a t w a F ;?:'.fe4n::.>.. ,i{....,, 'n s i, tt r:;. Rxi in j'IcEoteocri&aiatka 4, litC out t t} rttw>' ta t .
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world. When you hear some onearguing ,'':t 7.:,fi : :'i r-- ,
'that'"things, or'property, : civiliza.tion f tf,_ ya'fins ?lthh3 k. :'x x :.x7.>V. ., x:f f ffe NI-4 w t rer.!. n, i i s "
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not of the Christian .kind. The I) R ni Sfc % .C, yxJTV'. .ryyry. _
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!that things.'are Important, thoughnot r on. (4) Fort n' U l ::., l.<''ftysJrrf fJn SJsfc3le| I.J I.s I. .

the most important,,.ati11 lass J I, 7 ch.needa & HL. v">"CJl'w'' ,
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'the' only kind of real things.. mithe f'f''A v f .. j '
Christian goes on'td say that an to go to :3ox 3.'i.wat' 81 s ?MM'ji? 5-X w ..rs a t illt? Ift- .>.." ,

'part of 'our, *.'love"-that is,.' on. Bible, daily. '_. : 'J fir"La ct.St !
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is not content to want a square : 9 13-18 11 : ;tc2: i.. By tfc: tinao yctfre! 'Satcisfosf: -
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deal himself, he wants it for all .to. ,j' ** > VTr*** .'>' *! Net ?cur$. itjae." f3C ,i
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: would go cold or hungry everybody .V 4':: s i bcC:'%L >*f F.r: k:>, .at;v;,A: .sra..y..t,' ,i'e yrV '!u.l,i.cat1a f Lsa.U.Y7G7vfir .- iIi

would have comfortable, safe, ...A fV FOLw? V :' :$>,':: 'r' 'r Y ,Tv', i I, r.vfn fct a f -r'':'/ w
and beautiful homes in which to ; 4 .. .HHOKV... .. ',? *rtlUfSsb Seer j 1)e vw. .: I t Vr- '?Vn*-* M f* / e. ,
live; a world in which there would v.:.:.:,,Miw.:. :,:'. &Mk.T::Ah j wis ?! sSoST 6 aft: : .N. y. : f y-0t<;..7'!:,6'; fed: to t.& J !i\'f.! i n,NM._ c. t.
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I i be no more war but only peace gil!Y \*ucharctns ':. '-. '< 'v '7}' f atwwp w.1'J.!'r.t.a.... .......... 'iV !J"..3," f 1 t"I" \ .'
; and prosperity,-would that,lovely raw hia- srdJre 4I : % & 'r: '. st. IG i. C: ':L"1-I '; 1 t.r. l- ..i ;.
,world be one in which there would :iv ri ceWk.S *" .. *%$ 'ee y -. (!w tCJ t.3d: 1St batkerr f ,
be no need for Christian concern?' i ;'B .'burr V*. jr t.,ai. t ,,, r: fe %. : :}' v w: .w..r ..r.t_ 1iLa pct' twtiJ .' .

You know it wouldn't To be sure, !*? : H? ;. i Prc. r c.,,. crs I I' Icsy 1g,fe a .r= ; '. ...
there would be no beggars, prisoners '1itrMt r."ecrxr.o' :+l\o''c'knI'! :11 1u .' ; _
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as. "lucky" as some people are ;: MADISON DRUGSTOJm MORROWINSURANCE AGENCY :F'-: : !

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well known as it is: the rich and 7t ;: MADISON, FLORIDA, I MADISON, FLORIDA --t"i,..: __ .. ,
iho lucky have their troubles too. '

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welfare of others must grow if it < ? -, .' .' .'\ .
Is .to .be Christ-like, until we are MADISON,. FLORIDA.C. '-. Your- Home ; : --
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more wasted tragic body.sight But than only a quite man witha mature : ; J. SALE, JR.r erFz.ORIDA. ?i';;: : DUNN FURNITURE CO. -f; -'' : : ; .

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does Christian concern grow in \ .i\i... .. I .. '. .,.' ....- %. PHONE HU'o. MADISON, FLORIDA ..,," _"'T' '- us? It grows in somewhat the r.-; ,,-. -, "< "-.. "- .. J. 'B. DAVIS In c. < ,' 4 : .-.,; t -;> -. .Il-)i... it...--. < "",,,"'" "1
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT-OF THE NEW FIELD WORKER ASSOCIATION MEETING, -

Ii :," THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF -. .- .- Gas Heaters 7
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FLORIDA, IN AND FOR MADISON
.c COUNTY IT{ CHANCERY., Miss Maryruth Nickels of ;Beech The Middle .Florida Baptist As.
ins, 8 L r o Grove; .Indiana, is a new 'FieldWorker sociation held its annual two-day NaturaIorLPas'COPELAND

N of Education,and ..Cultivation meeting October: 12 and 13 at the
. :MADISON ST.QCK- FARMS, INCL, -- of i: First W C
of the Woman's Society Baptist Church of Lee and
E Plaintiffvs. JRJ
Corporation
a ServiCe. will be with the Brewer Lake ,
__ Christian She : Baptist .Church of

uji 1iuiL7tOJ JI_ LEWIS COODY et al t, Defendants the Officers, the Madison Societyfor Day_ Rev IT. Carter was elected STATE

'..Jj[ Jo SUIT TO QUIET TITLE, a supper meeting on Nov 9th I Moderator of the Association of 27 ALLOTMENT ,

E.' HilL : NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONTO at 6:00: P M. I Baptist Churches for another year. Florida State-

I Lewis Cbody. Frederick Hall At '7:30p m she meets with 'I Others .re-elected to office were Rev acreage allotmentfor

'1 MATERIAL- / _. .., .C_ Ge rew tiew Sr.VALDOSTA. Wm Bailey and John C McGhee, workers .from the Hanson, Pinetta:, J P Young of Day as, Assistant and IELS:Upland cotton cotton is 705 in 37,718 acres

individually and as Trustees for Cherry Lake, Rocky Springs and Moderator and Mr Carl W Burnettas acres. .; ,j

Certain-Teed Asphalt Shingles l --_ J$' 5.95 Pensacola' & Georgia Railroad Jennings Churches. ,at the Hanson. Clerk. Mr T P !McLeod of Greenville .j

15 Year Warranty Per Sq.. Company, a corporation, Benjamin Church. was elected Treasurer to replace 51st ANNIVERSARY !'r> r

4x8x'/4 AD Plywood sheet, r $ 2.45 J'Duval, Robert L Henry and JohnA Miss Nickels by v tion.a Judge Guy M. McClain. Mr : .'1 i
Graham, severally whose placesof teacher.
school She Horace
well Weaver
prepared
was reelectedTraining
4x8x% AD Plywood _sheet $ 6.15: residence- and post office addresses holds a bachelor's degree from. Union Director and Mr Mr and Mrs Byth Webb- of Madi

: Disappearing Attic Stairway .______14.95 after diligent are unknown search .and to.. plaintiff inquiry, Butler University and a master's Billy Coody Brotherhood President. son celebrated their 51st- wedding

: degree in Counseling; and Guidance Mrs R Breare of Mayo was elected anniversary .Monday, Oct 23rd, at
Outside White Paint ._..-_..______.gal. $3.35 if living, and if dead, the unknown their home ,
High Quality. .. Mildew and Fume Resistant. ,spouse, heirs, devisees, '. legatees from Indiana University At present 'President of the Woman's Missionary -
granteelegal representatives she is working on her doctoratein Society. .

.Vi in. Celotex Sheathing ___per M $55.00 creditors or assigns, and all other Indiana University., 'In an effort to centralize its For Fuel OiI- ,

Waterproof persons whomsoever. natural or From 1949 to 1952 -rfus Nickels work the Association approved the

',- Celotex Ceiling Tile _. ...______per M 107.50 artificial, claiming by. through or taught as an 1-3 in Hawa .Bagh establishment of an Associationaloffice '
12x12 or 12x24-Diamond White 'i under them, or either of them; C Teachers College, Jabalpur, India in the First 'Baptist Churchof allHU36O1DAVIS

; PAY CASH AND SAVE CALL CH 2.3760 P cola Railroad and Georgia, a corporation.Railroad-Company.Pensa- having had five years teaching experience !Madison with Mrs. Hazel Woodard J. B.
in the Indianapolis public ; INC
-- a Florida corporation, each of whose employed as, secretary ., ,
NELIO
CHEMICALS Inc. schools.. .
k true name domicile principal place
;.::. :: CYPRESS. ST. VALDOSTA GA. of business and status, after diligent Church work is her vocation. NOTICE
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--.:.'. search and inquiry is. unknown to She was president of the Methodist .. Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands
,. plaintiff, and each and severally Youth Fellowship 'of the Indiana the Town
.t_>, of Greenville Fla., or so mUch thereof as will be neceT
> and the same time
at
directors resident Conference
whose officers
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.r.- NEW.BO OK 3. sary to pay the amount due for taxes of I960
( > Drink DR. PEPPER agents and business aer nts are 'unknown chairman of spiritual life for the to the herein set opPosite
same, together with costs.of such
sale and
advertisIng Wiu
diligent ,
to plaintiff after Ser
1 Wesleyan
IndianapolisDistrict
Two new books have been addedto be sold at public auction
'- search and inquiry and each and on Monday, November 6th 1961, at 11:00 -
the MadisonCOunty Library. vice Guild.. Later she was secretaryof a. jm.in the
City
Complete MACHINE'SHOP severally "unknown assigns suNcessors : Hall-in-the Town of GreenviU Florida. .
"Winter of Our Discontent" by youth work for the Indiana Conference : .)
and ''"Frederic SERVICE for BriggsStrattonand in interest trustees or any Woman's Society. : &: '
DESCRIPTION
-- John Steinbeck other .-oarty claiming by, throughor OWNER' PTAXENALTY
Remington's Own West", by Harold; .McCull ugh engines, at under'r against .them: JuanitaW This experience coupled with a .
20 IN 7 E -1 1-5 Part of SW54 ;
her .
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McCracken. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO: Alflvander.and her husband;'William pleasing .personality.makes of ,SE54 ,Recd-DB 51 PG 376 : .
a Valued member of. the fieldwork Willie Lee Cowart, ; 'nl! .
A1PXander. 95
... who are sidente 20 1 N. 7 E 8 Part of SWK of : ..' _' _
of the State of Penn vlvania. and staff. SEU ,Reed DB 58 PG 320 .. .._ Paul-CUlpeppex :... .-" ;
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whn*. ost office addre 9 Is 4229 "USS
20 IN 7E Part of 'SW of SE%, ? :.; :; ..
I YOU wi get Cambridge Street Harrisburg I Reed DB 92 PG 90'.4: John Carter -::::. -
: my Pennwlvanta:. garland 14; Wheelerand MCTS PLAYS PERRYMadison' 20 IN 7E Part of 'NJE& of SE& ,'', ."4: $ 1,63. .

his wife. Virginia Wheeler who Reed DB 28, PG 284 -.............. Fred James'r" ; ; 11.$ .
t ..; personal attention are residents of the state of Tera". Blk A Highway' SID Lot No. 10 ; ,

and whose prwt office arldressnlar .anr1 Reed DB 34 PG 66 .. : Susie .
County Training School -- --'---- Randolph et al ";
OI and best service >snf 'TPRtdonc? i.. 2Jn 42w1. confronted again withMidwest Blk A Highway SID Lots No. 18, : ,.''' :",1m.r

$ !Street. Snvder. Texas:'Lila Wheeler Florida quickness tangles; with Jerkins '197 -20, .21 '- ':' SimpCIemonq.. 4it-..., {;I:. 4.43
Pave and her husband. Jarne Page Blk C Lakeview S/D.LctS No. 11 C F & Grace Porter -, .'
'available when w'ho' are residents of the State of High in a Homecoming game 21 IN 7E Leggett SID Lots 'No. '. i';". ---"f., '8.30

'. $ you eorgla' and wf10qe tyvt office fldnla here Friday night- The 8 o'clockcontest 1O&11- ---.- -.....-- C F & Grace pore ,.$fl 'i ,
I1.Q A"'i A- *%f re'iAaneP is 422 is at the school stadium.. 21 IN 7E Part of SW% of NW& ..... 25.03

El : drive into Arnie Mvrtle Street Thomasville Georgia Madison High puts its hopes for a Reed DB 86 PG 244 Katie Lou Mason *r,*-'- 2X7

'" and all other ner"!\ ns. firma or Conference title' on the line Here BUt 20, Lot No. 10 Henry Johnson, Jr ',.- :;';r5.65
'"onxvration int+restied H and claim. Blk 20( Lot No. 12' Matilda '-
: Friday night'u it faces ,a tough ; Fergirson f' : ; '- --4.81
I Medders American *ne or at>rwM rin r tf> b**" any interest Perry team Blk 20, Lot No. 22 Johnnie B Wise 't.{ ':,1.( : 9.08

or claim ,of any kind nature Victory for !Madison means the Blk 20. Lot No, 23 Simp ciemons ..r4'T 2.06
an" -* tion. whether' JP Tilor Blk 25, Lots No. 5. 6, T,-8. 9 > _. Henry Johnson :ii :
for 'the 3.93
Tigers.
. Service, Station in enuitahle in t/> the real conference crown Blk 25. Lpt No. 4 & W%_of Lot 3 Virginia Gandy ;:,1f;'f"f''i. '2.37
if wins it will still have
But
rtv-- Perry .
-I n eYw.t Blk 31, Lots No. 27. 28, 29 30 Rosa James'v--- ,
'thereof, whether '-nwn w two MWC games, it must take to Blk 33, Lots No. 13, 14,"15 -._- ..... J Vickers, est. ... .... .-.!:-, 14.23'
MadisonARNIE' IminIwn' dead or alive and claim an undisputed championship. Blk 34, Lots No. 18,19, 20, 21 Clarence Bellamy ., r. -:-1 ..:. ioso 3.31
Madison leads Perry 3-1 in games Blk 34. Lots No. 7 & 8 .
whether such meson or oerwn*. Mary Lee Wise i .;; # fi".6S
I fir.... 1\11" rvrflnrstirirl, lw a resident over the last 4 years.HOMECOMING. Blk 35, Lots No. 3, 4, 5, 6. 7. 8, 9, .. y >!.'r .... ,
10, 11 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 17, 18, '
nf_ the !=:tAt* of Florida of of the SCHEDULE: : : -
tlit l Stag or of snra fo *i \ 'nntrv. Mid real nronrtvQ home ...... Blk 36 All of. i* CJarence.Bellamy I";; 1
o'clock. .
at eight -
uih ...e. 1p. .cr' pn i:t-InC9 in Madison night at Bik,. 39 Lots No. 1 & 30 '... .. Lonnie. Jennings: ,. <:.,.15.65 2.31
Parade Friday .
>unty. State of t.jai ar'1 inure Homecoming Blk 40 .Lots No. 31 .& 32 ...- BudBee -, 1 ltt'.{'2.37
one thirty. -- Bite 41, Lots 13, 14. 15 16. 17, 18. ..,
-+ar$"+ 1\l"lv" described.. as follows; .1''">-(.:,f.
t"t: Homecoming game at eight 19, "21, 22 J Vickers, est. ::!r---8: .80

The 'SEU. the. E>% of SW% ,and o'clock. at' i:the".school F <'stadium, < 281N 7E: 3'Parti of NWU of NW% -, .: .. ',., :t tr!': ,,__. ;
the SEW of NW l4 of Section 28, r of'NWtf Reed DB 43 PG 442 -s ".
i. this includes Lot No. 8 of Blk 35 Penny Preston* -:. ., -t'.1337
.. Township North Range-. East; GIFT-'OF BOOKS
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: also BIk 45, Lot No.17 Mac Johnson -;r' ,., "-'
; -. Bile 45 No. 1 & 2 Thehna 2.06443
Lots Evans
The E% of NWU, the WH of :: ;' 'o.k k- -. &Annie. .N, DaVls.lO.80'.
= iBDc 45"Lots No. 7, 8. 9, 10, 11, 12, :- ..! _
NE; less 10 acres in the south- The 'WSCS of First Methodist *
13, 14, 15, 16 .,.Henry "Johnson. < 1
east corner as per deeds recordedIn Church presented the Madison :;
Bile 45, Lot No. 6 Henry Johnson *
Deed Book 41, 430. and .
pate 144
County Library with two boob BIIt 46, Lots No. 24 & 25 Henry Johnson '
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Deed Book 51. page 445, and the ., 237
Signs and symbols in Christian Blk 46. Lots No. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, -
1'Of NEK of
Section 33 Township
Art** by George Ferguson and 15: 16 17 18. 22, 23, & "Ntt of
2 North Range 9 East; 'less "All The' Birds Of The Bible by Lots 19 & 20 Mac: Johnson -: 4.93 {
right of of
extending way State Road No. 53 Alice Barm Jet, BIk 48 Lot No.4 ____....____i- Carrie Flowers i 1.44
across the above
lands:' Blk 47. All of. Mac, Johnson I
You _and eacQof' yoU are hereby Blk 49, Lots No. 34 .. ......,... Johnnie B Wise : 2.69JBlk
notified that a Complaint- has been 1S61 If you; 'fail' to do so Decree Blk 49, Lot-No. 12 Eddie James 10.80. 5

I ARNIE filed against you.. seeking: to confirm Pro Cqnfesso will be -entered againstyou BIk 49. Lots No. 1Oit ?-.-__ Joe A Potts 1,44;

: MEDDERS and'o ieC the title to the lor the relief' demanded in the Blk 49 W% of Lots No. 24 & 25 Nellie Henderson? : _237 2137::

a&described lands and you are, Complaint :The Eeterprise-Recorder Elk .50. Lot No. 29 .....,..... ._.- RMa Lee Lane 2.06
required to serve a of ii-,hereby designated as the\news- "
copy youranswc Blk SO, Lot No. 28 -- Willie Lane Jr. -.2:06. :
or pleading to Said c m- paper in wb1ch'said order shall be Blk 51, Lot No; 14. Abraham Roberts&: Hester. Ross 2,06

olaint on the plaintiffs attorneys published once -week for four 51, Lots No 17 & 18 .............: Mary-Lee Wise -' 2.31 '
I American Servke Station R C Home' and Wm McChesaev..' consecutive weeks.WITNESS I Blk,51. Lots No. 15-16 less road J Vickers, est. 2.S7
; whose address band'and official ,.
Is Madison. Florida "injr 29. IN 7E 1% Part of SEU of r -
) : and file the original answer o--;' seal .this- 29 day of Octoberr 1861 NEU Reed DB 51 PG 304 "- George, Bush_ 2.81
FLORIDA leading in the offi*"e of; the. Clerk DALE,-JM ESLIE ; 29--TH 7E Part of NE%' ot NEB. c r- "
MADISON ;
.,:; : ot the Circuit O rt- In and fo"Madfe Clerk Circuit, Courts 'of rt bfadlsonCciInty ( ... Reed DB70: PG 173' -. Marie Payne 2R7
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FRIDAY,. NOVEMBER 3rd, 1961 THE ENTERPRISErRECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA : ,"'PAGE. %
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-.-. ELKS- INITIATE 3 PJ
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t BroUght' To, You Weekly By > :t:.-
Initiation --ceremonies were held -
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Thursday night in the American .
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mm Legion Hall by the Madison Elks... .
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Lodge: ..
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f : Welcomed into.the order in an '!.

A Lumber. ,compon! impressive- ritualistic ceremony,' .: >.;.

conducted by the officers of then ., "
and BUILDING SUPPLIES .-, : a..tIU-61C)6 : Lodge were Ed Bland, Doll Burnett :L.
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: and: Robert Hughey. l
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: J J SALE, .JR, Madison. do' you Visitors from other Lodges were
.. < : James Cason Exalted Ruler add'several
'. .s read the Fishermen's: Calendar. ?. i''l members of' Live Oak -

:.'>- ;: .. ::-: A I'1"' :Lodge; Joe Cook, Fred Wagner,'
... : .-.. .,-. ".; Cliff Chavez, M L Strickland, Past _.
...; ..... ... .-: :. of Tallahassee .
rJ Exalted Rulers
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,' 1 'f I : !'!' ;' :! > .:. ::- > : :i: f-; COBLE'S, FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR '! ; :A'! '. -
;, '. .} .:'' ... 1 Lodge; Harry Beamer, Past District
: : ': "I } : .: : ; _. ...:,:? 4 ,, ::< .i ':- : FOR THE WEEK NOVEMBER 5 THRU 12 Vice President of the Northwest ," r
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and Folkes,
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District Fleming t.
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$ OWNER-COMPLETED .
*.; ,. .. HIM for E* li-Day, "T.B. WW Fbi Bit* bat" Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler '
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; HOME, SEE HOWARD STUDSTILL LUMBER COMPANY." : of Panama City, i'".
f'" r SUN MON -TUE' WED THU FRI.SAT. SUN :- __ : ;r : I Deputy Folkes, representing 'the .
V -" : : ,;. ,. 5 6'.7 8 I 9 I 10 I 11 I 12 Grand Exalted Ruler, commendedthe
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:; <. :NO MONEY, DOWN. FINANCING ADJUSTED.TO ; ?: 10:47 11:32 12:12, 1KX7 1:58 2:51 347 4:43YOUR : \ c< Lodge on the splendid progress
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A ,:: .... ; made since being instituted in
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REQUIREMENTS' < ,ot :; ._ .. March. t. .
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; : Matthew ,Earl, Blood Bank Chairman
,' ", :'.; ff.!.' : ;: I L Meeker the Fish Better ffca Day for Ftstifng I of the North: West District, f
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progress made by the Lodge; in

i. donating blood to the 10011 bank.

WE FURNISH BATHROOM FIXTURES,'SHEET/ -l HOWARD.YUDSTlll After the meeting sandwiches ;". \

: coffee. and cake was served by the.. .' ',. ,

ROCK, WATER HEATER, AND LIGHT FIXTURES ,' '. Lodge.Elks Ladies" in'the' lounge, of- !J the" '.;', }':'.

FOR SMALL EXTRA MONTHLY :
PAYMENT ;. : : '
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UNDERGOES OPERATION. .
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:Mr A J Hargrove Registrar... -

'- North Florida Junior College, underwent .

nOli, 'HU 3r06 surgery last week at. ,the c

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Lakeland General .u.Ull'U': .u. a ex-

1 NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX In order to vote in these electionsa --=The- law provides that any qualified t pects;to leave the hospital this week.; ,

SHOPPreChristmas. Drink DR. PEPPER SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION person must meet all the following person may be nominated and 'Before returning to his duties at the

qualifications: have his or her name printed on ,I College, Mr Hargrove expects to spenda
-, 1. Be a legal resident of 'Madison ballot candidates by five (5) week or ten days at the home of
EVER GIVIENS THOMPKINS [ qualified electors his daughter, Mrs V F Simmons in.
Pursuant to the provisions of : County (having. lived in the provided such re-
Laws of Florida and i State at least one year and in" the quest is in writing and filed with the Lakeland.A .
Chapter 23,726,
Ever Gjvens Thompkins, age ,,,52, I other applieable provisions: of the :County at least 6 months prior to !office of County Superintendent on
died at her home at Cherry Lake, the date. 'of' election). or before October 21, 1961. Petitions will hold
Laws of Florida, regular biennial small deposit
i Sale Friday night after a long illness. school elections are hereby ordered 2. Be a registered voter on the filed.after this date have no legal JUVENILE FURNITURE till
She was a member oft Zion in Tax School District General ,Election Books. validity. The consent of Nominee
held Special must be .secured.. Christmas. :Make selection \
Page 5 AME Church. Number 1 (which includes the en- 3. Be a, taxpayer on real or your
She is survived by her husband, tire county of Madison under present personal property (or both) in The County School Board'shall NOW!
of November 19GL The Madison County and hold a 1960 constitute the final canvassing Boardto
,SHOWS Don Thompkins Madison one Laws) on 7, determine LEWIS: HAMES
SUCCESS the elected
daughter, Bessie Ree Thompkins, elections will be held at each precinct receipt for taxes paid to County trustees.
Today's harvest-time- crop report two brothers, John '-H Givens of voting center as follows including .Tax Collector of Madison County.,. ,The rule for .d determining this is as SETZER, SHOPPING, CENTER -

$ has. nailed 'a success. sign on. the Pinetta; and: 'ChandleV Givens of clerk:. ',(It might be well to carry this' to fq1Cws-! .' i
1961 Feed Grain Program, according *. PRECINCT NO. 1 MADISON* the polls in the event any question The three highest candidates! who ty)., .
to Acting Secretary of Agricul Cherry Lake. James M Copeland Clerk. arises). The location of the property live( .in three separate Board Mem Done and ordered ,by the Board .
Funeral held Sunday -
services were in Regular Session, October 4 1961.
Hillouise Bevan, Phillis Parramore,
ture Charles; S Murphy, has no consequence.. just since it is ?
October 29th, at 2 p m at the Mtrl Sullivan. ber Districts shall be the three sW H BAILEY, JR., Chairman.Oct. .
It .is' now clear, he said, that .
in ,Madison County,, Florida. !
feed grains consumption during the Mt Zion AME Church. Interment ''PRE INC ? NO. ,-A )IADIsOA elected trustees for district (Coun. 13-4t-ch

followed in Mt Zion Cemetery with G Herring, Clerk. Mildred
coming year will exceed 1961 production Clifford Stallworth, Manager of Haire, Nell Canty, Eva Kramer. -

reversing a long-time trend. .- Colored Funeral Home in PRECINCT NO. 2 MADISON ;
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Beggs
He put the. cost of the new program John L Waring, Clerk. Dot..Hiers, the and See
charge. <
,considerably below the .save ."'; Rachel. Reichman; Florida Davis.- Try TopS :
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ings which will result for' taxpayers.All PLEDGES K S PRECINCT NO- ::2-A MADISONL : _

.. E Wimberly, Clerk. "Juanita <
: types Mechanical Repairs Ragans, Eloulse Wade,. Elizabeth .

1 on Cars and Trucks. 9i Mississippi Larry McWUliams, .Southern, a College J n r.oat at .Sale.. .PRECIN( NO.% 3 ,LEE_ i A;, :i Compare Rambler I With : ;'. i'

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Hattiesburg, (Ipledged Kappa Robert Searcy, Clerk. Fred Holder, .H' : Iif
McWILLIAMS GARAGE Fraternity last week. W 'C Ragans, Felton Almond.
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I PRECINCT NO.4'MOSELEY HALL the Other 2 Best-Selling Makes! -*:; -
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TUrs Dan Chason, Clerk. J J Cruce, ; :

Mrs B R Rainey.-.-ItIrsV E Blanton. .
_I STUMP BROS. '
PRECINCT NO.: 5 GREENVILLEH : M1 '; y
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: L Sherrod, Clerk. Tom S Stud- i '.4e:4 c;? f. ( Sf/
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still, G F Bishop, F H Reams. : ..; ,!cfG JkYJf7r4Vj : a.+ X4/s:::r:'' .rr:. .-. ..
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PRECINCT NO. 5-A GREENVILLE 4afq : i.ia rW

_ Cash and CarryS06 Sidney'C H McLeod Brannen,,Andrew Clerk. Alvin Patrick.Day, :''::v f-N:o'x;asveyy f:4,4' :; I;: I ': :r,:,:.}:;.',:; :}:.,::.

SOUTH PATTERSON!: 'GA. & FLA. DEPOT BLDG PRECINCT NO. 6 HAMBURG .r -

'Randall Gaston. Clerk. Carlton ,
Sheetrock 4 x 8.x 3/8," Smith, Ben Pfiel; John Wilson. -

sheet .. .. $1.35 PRECINCT NO. 7 CHERRY LAKE .
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Burnett ,
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215 Ib. Roofing shingles, 5.75 Surles, Jack Johns, Scott \V nberlY; f*',+ .
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sq.: PRECINCT NO.8 PINETTAV ., .
ry. S Smith Clerk, John Hollings- 1 f I.to I. .. ..J' :
2-0 x 6-8 x 1-3/8" Mahogany j' worth, J T' Woodard Ran Terry.
75
Flush Door,' ea. .. .. .., .' : PRECINCT NO/ 9' TUTEN .
Mrs Aubrey Aman, Clerk L L
P Plywood- x 8 x 1/4" Int., Seaver Wilbur Aman. K Beaty. : '

sheet .. :-. . . .. ,188- PRECINCT NO. 10 HICKSTOWN ;:ter
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\ .. "Howard Hughey Clerk George
Plywood x 8 x 3/4" Int., 650 Rykard. Albert McLeod, Frank ,'-

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Full Thick Insulation ri; Bellflower Clerk. J'El- -

per M . ..:7.'. . .T. 5400 more Williams Jackson, William. Ward.. '. t 1962 Rambler Brings r---------- -l-- a.

10. !Ib. & 15 Jb.. Felt, :. .- Emory PRECINCT NO. 12 WINQUEPIN You 102 Improvements t New Lower Prices on I j ,

per roll ,?. ..... . .Tr." I.95 J H 'Williams, 'C1 rk. Truman -.4-- a t I All '62 RamWsr Models I -., l..,'.
Webb Mathew .Williamson Quinton ., -Rambler has an but t I' '. ;
Celotex passed two ,other 'I ;
0j RamblerAmbnaadory.a-Enry.fi2 -
Sheeting 4 8x 1/2" AA
x M ". .
Dryden. in I model at least $200 lower Ulan 61. ,
makes
sales latest official .
j perMPrefinished. . . . . . ... The two purposes of these elections : ( registration I Rambler Claesle. 6-From. $50 to I : -
figures, January-August)..
in accordance. with Law' areas I $230 lower than 61, ..
Birch Plywood, 1-1 I Rambler American-Already ArrierII
f follows: OCTOBER BREAKS ALL RECOfiDS' .
lU.WPrefinished ca's lowest priced but most models '
sheet .... '
.1. To elect three persons (eachof .__, Since the 1962 Ramblers_ were introduced I I now; tower by at least$100 than 61. I '

t Mahogany Plywood, "5.60 school whom elector must be a hereinafter duly qualified-defined .- ,Rambler sales have soared above I 1962 Raster l Price Start ,

sheet .. .. .. .. .:. ..: .. .. ) to serve as as trustees -of .q......- _. any October in history.Rambler shares I It" :

Exterior House Paint Special Tax School District Number itsProgres swith'CUtomersJbyoffering' I-1846 ,
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{ 3 50 (the entire county for the ensuing an obviously! better. value for 162- y
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gallon . .. I .
-. : I..y': biennium, beginning, January -,..- '_q 102 improvements: Self adJustcn$Dou. I Uunfxtetft W factor?.....,nca ,.., o;

,. Interior Latex Paint, : ; 2.65 2, 1962, and until their successors- .F.,;"' ble-Safety Brakes-new Road Com.- I ;1C1.pelodltuara3'/K 04rrinetae..:.-oaorswweat aSr.*. ,

.: gallon. ... .. .': .. :iJ. are' duly qualified. inandSuspcnsion,33,000-mllechassls t.y I J.
; : : ".' 2. 'To rue the district mfllage Classic .
lubrication and
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Ambassador
Til.'j: ; ; ; : : .1 on L_____________ _J
Floor
Asphalt : t.. -.t. : --M' rate to be levied on theJX)'mills and ..? : .,- -4,000-mile engine oil change-ol _
PC ....._.. ,.. ... ...-...- ...0&.: t ; district tax rolls in accordance 'with t filters standard-low-cost 2 cool- .
Law. The was instructed -year -
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Vinyl"Asbestos Floor ,---, to place a 10 mills, levy on.the, .:= > -. *tat- -year battery many: more.

., It'L1gJ ballot.. (9 mills to be used for SUp- Check value--! Check price tags!Learn RAMBL -

port ,& Maintenance. Grades 1-12; 1 -. i why 60%of oar customers_ switch from ,

ting Fixtures & Electrical ,Supplies at same low prices mil} to be used for Support'& Main 'Olk cr make cars World Standard of Compact Car Excellence{ ,

tenance. Junior Colleges.) ......
'- : Cash less The Trustee run on a countywide : -
Pay :
Pay L :;. :ks S' aDd no two,,. can.be Vickers
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p I elects(from jiny.'one :'Board JMeri Implement t dUilJA
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STUMP BROS ; ber residence district (s mIn i ,
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CoouniasiOBers: Districts). --. _' 313 SOUTH RANGE: STREET. : MADISON!-FLORIDA
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copies of the official report of the| were? reviewed and ordered paid.- ,


.y survey.3. This report _is made by this the There Board being adjourned.no furtherbusiness. ( : "-Ql. a Big 4%

... How'To Include. Board with the understanding that. Chairman W H Bailey, Jr
the Department of Education will: Attest: Savings At

; Mere.Insurance: : (a) In agreement with the County Griffin Bishop,

Superintendent set a date for the Secretary -' x .. Federal
In Your BudgtfKeed ,.. :
field work of the survey as soon .f : '

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: teem, bnt "can't afford (b) Arrange for a well qualified USED W,: ,SHERS 09IATI9N
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,'rieie'bigbna-dysrDtothiiuT; HueasWasolu4onp; pw. Hart-'.,., .' survey staff to studythe school W:::::' :'; -;;:, ;. :;z-l'. .-y ; Hotel Bldg.
H TWftfckn Payment Pkn'kU: you spread_out your prcfmuansto&y plant and_ .transportation problemh GOOD SELECTION SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on several

'' etYpedodoteiladoathl tp ts f&rJreatet"CO&fllifP and needs of'the county in ,cooperation HOWERTON SUPPLY-vCO. top-of-the line G-E appliances at FLA. .
rc ecsbo. II'JIIII-. '-- .
with the school officials and Howerton Supply Co.
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citizens of the county, ,and to..make .
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M.iTowInntaiwe ., S ;
: Agency -, recommendations thereon. 1
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.< -t .. west .Finckey St. Madison. Fla. (c) See that there is prepared! and ., \ ; -, I
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lMt lheHattrotlrwl ltatue Co m aey !! of the
,'. report f"mdings-and recom-.
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mendations of the survey [staff.d .

-. > WE, TRIM AND REMOVE I I Minutes$ of t tee Board of and( the)' Cooperate County Superintendent with the Board in FUEL OILALL


Dangerous TreesHENDERSON I''Public Instruction explaining\ interpreting, and in implementing -

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i. "' thesurvey report: -
Adopted this 4th day of October
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The' Board met in. regular sessionon 196r by die ::' County Board of

the above date with all members Public Instruction Madison County. ,' S

I '. TREE EXPERT CO. present. The "meeting 'was. calledto Florida; f MUST BE PAID IN FULL
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/ MSS Box 3484 order by the Chairman Mr. This survey is required underState '

Tallahassee,. Fla. Bailey and opened. with grayer by Board regulations at least / S .
Mr McLeod. every five years in order to become -

Can 3854636 The .following request was received eligible to expend Capital Outlay. ; 10TH OF .Mo ;
from the :Madison County and Debt .Service funds. i, .
'The Secretary was instructed to
Training School PTA: S ,
.October'2, 1961 advertise for bids for school bus -. .1 ,
'1 tires, based on the state price list -
Madison County School '
WMAF Board 0.
SCHEDULE
: .. Madison Florida / upon motion by Mr McLeod (; ... ; FOLLOWING DELIVERY ,
Gentlemen seconded by Mr Phillips and '
WEEK DAYS : .
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'6:00 SIGN ON We. 'a 'committee of Madison County carried. Bids will be received on "':: '..':,:

6:01 GOOD NEWS' Training School PTA wish to makea this item November '1, 1961. :'(!r.. .. .
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6:10 WORLD &STATE NEWS received from' the .' .< : .
request to Madison County School A request was -. .
.6:15 FLORIDA FARM HOUR Board Members. First Baptist Church of :Madison to ... ;.:; ALL LOCAL FUEL OIL '
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.. .:.:. 6:40 RUDY HAMRICK COUNTY use a school bus to transport a e t LL'iE' : -
:Madison 'School ..
ifit's !
County Board ,
AGENT (MON., WED., FRIDAY : WILL HAVE A COMPLETE LIST OF ;
Florida for
to Tallahassee ;1'
) possible would! you 'please provide group ACCOUNTS AND WILL NOT MAKE A ,- ..t ;

: =; 6:50 WORLD NEWS the following: items: I I the Florida A motion High-Madison was offered football by Mr ,:UNTIL. THE DELINQUENT .ACCOUNT ', .,. '
f game. -
i' 6:55 STATE NEWS 1. Showers for Physical Education -i
McLeod land seconded by Mr. Smith o..
:00 COFFEE TIME
'. 7:25 :MORNING SPORTS SHOW 2. Parts to repair water foun to deny this request. Yeas; Smith, .

,. 7:32 COFFEE TIME tains. McLeod and Phillips. Nays, Milner- :: c' FUEL OIL DEALERS OF MADISON ;-.2
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7:40 REPORT FROM TALLAHASSEE Applications for pupil
3. More class room space, and "a .. 'r ., '.... .
(TUES. THROUGH re-assignment 'were received and :.' '

f., SAT.) gymnasium.4. Connect school with acted 'upon by-the Board .. -.. : ,', ,: '. ..; .. .. ; .' ,e)
sewage ( .. ,.
; 7:45 WORLD NEWS if Financial statements for Grades ,- Y'. ..,. --', -!. "......y.\-. ..... ', i '. .. :z..... ...
city possible.We -
7:50 STATE ''NEWS 1-12. North Florida' and Suwannee .
7:55 WEATHER NEWS pray that you will consider River Junior Colleges were received .. .. : : .t .
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,.: : 8 9:00: O COFFEE MORNING TIMEx DEVOTIONS this request.- Signed. and' reviewed by the Board. > C. rL McWffliams: i Jt,'. .:....'. : :. I -.... : : Folsorn.STANDARD : ''_"

Pursuant to the provisions of ., ; -.,_ ,_ .
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.t ,9:15 .SWEET MUSIC TIME" Madison County School .
Training ."'
.Laws of and S ... :-.t EOIL' '' : "
9:30 MARY' BLAINE TIME PTA r: -r Chapter 23,726 Florida -S '. Vl'd: "'. r'r'r :
ether applicable provisions ot" the .J ac. e ; '
.. 9:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE Committee : .HU 3-2279 3-2265' 1"
10:00 of Florida, regular biennial
MUSIC UNLIMITED Laws .
'' /S/ Arthur Hubbard, Jr CITIES SERVICE ,
ttldS PUBLIC'SERVICE, PRO- school elections .are. hereby ordered. ; I .
O C Edwards HU '3-6505 'i
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School District '
GRAM held in Special 'Tax ,5) .
11:30 RECORD SESSION Pres WilHe Dixon 1 ,(which includes; the entire county J J. B.Davis I, Inc. :. t ::4> ',,- ..,.,....:J Johnson
01 SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAM The Board recognizes the prob. .. .... ., .. :- '. ', .-
: ( fif 'Madison under.preSe t' Laws) :on : .... : .' t ") J"r'J: ..'.
'TUESDAY) lems/$6mted out in: ,this] request. November, 7, ft96l1 The elections jSHELL;' -. ." '.. ,
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11:50 STORK CLJUBMONDAY: I Items' land-will be taken.care i r -
ONLY) I' .. of. immediately. tr.' "' 'wU :'be- field* -af.each. precinct voting. ,HU. 36601 ."" '.' ... .. 32271.r'' -.., . ,
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11:55 YOUR FLORIDA GARDEN. The "'"question, of. discontinuing center. ..6. ; ., ,
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12:00 .-WORLD, :NEW$:, .t. 6. girls< ;"basketball In ,Madison 1 CountY Bills for the month- of September- >>
12:15 NOONTIME NOTES r : : "
was presented to the Board as a \r. ; :: '
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12:30 TALK OF THE TOWN :
.- matter of old, business. Action was 1. ,: i .... ..i.
12:40 FARM NEW$\ See he Cberrolet Golden Au-o. = ./ <
again deferred on this 'nnttter
I 12:45 STATE NEWS' ,upon '&. Yenal7ShowTVPrlda1'. '
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12:50 PUBLIC SERVICE: PROGRAM 1 in U li.by.Mr' ..Milnery seconded? by-- 1 .../ Nor. I, 8:34.9:34pat.. E.8.T.- S,. .. .- .,f ..tf'
Mr McLeod and carrjed ** A .** .Yj. --s.. .
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12:55 WEATHER NEWS '- The: -following .resolution, was r.F' '''- IIE'7YII i --

1:00 .HILLBILLY, JOT PARADE adopted by. the Board of.. Public..Instruction "'f \ ,. ) : l\.ID11T : '" ,

(FROM THE PASTOR'S upon motion by Mr Mc : ::.: J.DI, ., '. : : t
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+ ,, STUDY. WEDNESDAY) Leod seconded Mr v "'
by PhilUpsand .
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carried '? % .GOINCLGREATGUN'S" <
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2:30 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM ; : i. f
RESOLUTION OF ,
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2:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE ; :
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'- STRUCTION MADISON II
3:00: AFTERNOON MELODIES .
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4:00 RECORD REQUEST SURVEY '
\ 5:45 SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS I BE,IT .RESOLVED.. That: '

; 15:55 "REPORT' FROM TALLAHASSEE 1. The State Department of Education ", %* i.Pr
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t ... I I 6:59 SIGN.OFFs needs of this county school systemat .r .

FIVE MINUTE NEWSCAST BE- an early date. 'ft ,-_
: '4 FORE THE HOUR; NEWS 2. The County Board and County .

I :.. HEADLINES & WEATHER ON Superintendent agree to: _

I HALF HOUR. (a) Take every step practicableto : ,
: SUNDAY SCHEDULE assure .full cooperation of school -

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,. ... ._. 7:30TRAVELING STARS patrons, and school children':' in
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i 8:00 GOSPEL HYMN TIME ,.," '\ }-f 1 ....
I 8:30 SHOWERS OF BLESSING (b) Pay the necessary traveling ;; _,Y 'l and there are 8 more model,just r
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,. 8:45 WORLD' NEWS : expenses of members, of the survey ,< nifty

;, 8:50 STATE AND WEATHER staff from the.state capital, or .firePlace -' .... .'- ';,.. -.-<

". :> ... NEWS where they maybe working This one was on the>roed to.s&e- If you're looking-for'KntibiKiy at its Sunday ';
I 8:55 MORNING SPORTS SHOW :to the county seat& return,. &'"a1o cess right from fee start, a new best-join the' celebration_ at.your Chevrolet

.. ;:- 9:00 JIMMY STROUD .to pay their-actual living expenseswhile kind of solid aspScitr blended dealer's. It'..,Chevrolet- 'a. golden anniversary fl3i -'
9:15 MORMON CHOIR ,- 'with 'year, and this new Chevy TL is makingita ,
they are in the county for : economy s& depeadabifitj' '
'." T 9:30 LIGHT& .LIFE.' HOUR, 1M.field! work ;. Beneath the hood -, .'a frugal 4y ear, to remember with a new line built? especially '; .
to service and'main 041
10:00 NEWS aBac you money on :
10:05 SONGS OF FAITH (c)' Provide transportation for ... .V. or sstin16t7tiader. eagine (yeas tenance. Get<,the full story at your dealer's. # .. j
1032; MEDITATION ,FOR SUN- members of the survey staff while"in .'choice in most: models). KiaeJnew ".

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': 10:47 PRELUDE TO WORSHIP and carrying on the .necessary field hardtop and.eoaTertiWc. ANewWirldofWorih. ":
11:00 COMMUNITY Join la Chevrolet's celebration
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,t 5 12:00 WORLD NEWS ,. ) Provide accurate and conv >.. '- at your nC ,
1 .. 12:15 NOONTIME NOTES number of ;' : up a special order ,
data
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12:30 GOSPEL CONCERT HALL you can a .
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1:00 PROTESTANT HOUR and, sites, and other information ; t "..:_ '. -: r can songs from : $}.
1:30 HOUR OF 'DECISION- needed by the survey .staff:.at .- : 'J (For your eonvenI wills'ue'
have album -
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ACCREDITATION, -: A, As Advertised (In Post Thrifty Maid

'*During the, period of .O tober''8- I:I. o milk 9 i0".00.
11 'Dr :M :M Bennett. President of a. evap. ,

: St Petersburg Junior College and As In Post Moid "
? Advertised! Thrifty!
Chairman, of the Commission on % 1 1 I 7I
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t Association' headed a committee tot fftO.. :I, S
'"evaluate" North Florida Junior S As Advertised In Post ThriftyMqld I W. K. orcreanf FOOD StO
College. This interested -
newspaper '
_I in.exploring the functions of a com- : corn 7 .3. :. : QuontHy Rlfihts R strvd-Prfcts Good thru HOY.-
: xnittee such as this; contacted Dr .
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an re- -
marks made to the Rotary Club on PP.! YOUR 'CHOICE' '. '. :Limit 1 with Food Order. ..- 1 .

October Dr Bennett 1L was cordial and co- Maxwell ASTOR 49'-

:,; operative. He explained that the House 59YOUR I. 'Ulb. Can
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; committee who had visited (North > n
'Florida Junior. College was: composed l,0: 0 ,
of professional educators who '' f J CHOICELimit 1'1 with Food Order. "
made a study of the College, to reaffirm ..o : \ 'tlSCIJ'
its State accreditation sta .
tus. He stated that the continued >X Crisco Shortening 6959o

accreditation of the school was un- 3-lb. Can :
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'. amimously recommended by the
; entire nine-man committee.

\ Dr Bennett explained that the Limit 1 i .at this pr cwith Food Order ; Plain or Self-Rising<
committee approached its task of 09V
studying the local college'with three
basic .questions jn. mind: O 3 Flour 5-lb. 39III
:t 1. Did North Florida,Junior College .-.i.iPillsbury Bag
know where it was,go"ing find
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', 2. Did North Florida Junior College D.O.,. YOUR :CHOICE. limit 1 with. Food. Order.
: know.: how. : it .was,going* and. a. -
.. why? "" ># o :: tit ARROW

-' 3. Did North-Florida! Junior College S- ,fD COR : T d Detergent 5 91.' DETERGENT. 49ID ,
;: l"now what it would 'do' when c. LIE' c I e Giant Box Giant ;:Box : J
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1. The high standards maintained ::
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2. The excellent training., and :
morale of the faculty. BIIIF.
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performing for the conununl .

: Dr Bennett,' also' had. -high praise 'r: ..*.a. ;W-D "BRANDED". '. LONE CLUBSTEAK -- .' ''!< WITH. THIS COUPON AT YOUR
for the kind of support which the NEAREST WINN-DIXIE STORE

.., community is giving the College: ;.,He._ '. Void After Limit One Coupon To Adult With
r- stressed the importance 'of' maID; ;..' 89; NoV.. 4 -A$5.00 or More Food Order
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{:' versity; Dr Roy Bergengren Presi :F 39, S. S s
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; and Dr J T Kelley, Director, W-D "BRANDED" BEEF S S
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i." State Department of Education; Dr SHORT .; :::
B. F.LB 3. ,9
.: ,. William Wetzler Dean Manatee ;
< Junior College; Mr Joe B. Ezell, ,RIBS OF .
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Swift's Premium ,Canned
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:; Kastner, Kellogg fellow, University
of Florida; and Mr Dave Robinson,

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,: first day of the new session, at EoRM4 WIt.Y..hrcNia I
1 r; : Lively Technical xSchool, in Talla- Pica.GOLD Kino FROZEN
; :Y- ': hassee. Classes are available in STUFFED FLOUNDER ?"*,lr' '
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:.' .,;. bookkeeping and ac accounting, type VOID ArT'NOVCMBU 4TMUOKM Juicy PurposeApples U. S. No1: While5

:;..' writing. Gregg shorthand, filing 50 I 5. Lb. 49* Potatoes 10 39"
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; ':: .. office practice, business math, business so _MORTON FROZEN BEEF, CHICKEN,
,1 ;t' ,machines, and busines ethics. THIS COUfOH tOt TURKIY
'l...: :lively! ) Technical School operates -i W S&M Erg Slit US STEAK .
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;.. on the premise that "You're ,Never b.ddi..T.TM.A* TM MMtMtCanMd .,ut.l _,,, I O"e r SS HAM, MEAT FOR.
{ 1'..,., too old to learn", and provides the I Wkw YM hsW. ;. LoAF
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,.: .SELLS HOUSE IMMEDIATELY VOID Arm MovxMsa.TH .

"" .... ---- : strawberries 16oz.Aces.. $
j .Mrs C E'Meachanuof R.,4, Greenville GRADE "A' FRESH SHPD r .3 1 I

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"bouse for sale in last week's issue # *
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.'wrote us Saturday: Stop this ad; I UJEGGS / !
sold the old house in. two hours : JUST 1

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A small. deposit -will hole .
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auction' each Monday. Sales start at ;

LASSIFIEDIf' 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK -Callftfl36O1 T"
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,YARD, Inc., Monticello, Fla. The regular meeting of the "

Registered Angus bulls for: sale Madison County Teachers Association .

at all .times.CIRARDIN., X B. DAVIS, INC was held in the. cafetorium of :. T

the Greenville I' ... ,
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WINNERS IN 4-H Monday- evening, October 23r at 1 .,j '

s JEWELERSFOR AWARDS PROGRAM eight-thirty' o'clock. The setting for S Sale -- !i'

FOR SALE: Smith 'C rona Skywriter this meeting was a buffet dinner.
W.LDayhkREAL portable .typewrite r, Jn THE GRADUATE, OR BRIDE Information has just been received Prof D Wyche presided over the Page 5 j"'t<

ESTATE BROKERAGE.0 zipper case- $4950< cash. The SILVER CHINA, CRYSTAL from the State J5oy".s 4-H Club short' business meeting and ProfE ., i

ACREAGE FARMS: E-R. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY office at, the University of Florida R Scott served as toastmaster QUARTERLY CONFERENCE ,..,

BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL EXPERT 1ttPAIRI GII that Delbert Blair and Walter for the occasio .' Following the HELD ". ., f
FOR RENT: Two house"trailers Brown, both of *e! < ;:
ESTATES: RESIDENTIAL : Route 4, Greenville, business session, 'the special guest -
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declared winners evening, Prof S '
APPRAISALS in the Hunter, -
,k The Rev A W Saunders served
, C RODGERS, U S 90 East, as; ,
-"f ABSTRACTS OF TITLE State 4-H Awards Program Del- President-elect of FSTA, and Dr '
: HU 3-6555. 8-tf-ch BRIDAL host pastor for the first quarterly ::, '>
i TITLE INSURANCE bert and Walter will receive as Gilbert Porter, Executive Secretary Conference which was held at

f 112 West Base Street FOR RENT: Apartment unfurnished, SERVICEA awards; an expense paid trip ta the! of FSTA, were introduced toi Mt Zion AME Church, Cherry .Lake
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i' MADISON. FLORIDA available immediately; Phone good selection of National '4-H Club Congress "lA the group by Prof 0 S: Seabrooks| Oct 22.
i Phone*HU 3-6277 SMITH DRUG STORE, HU 3- I and Prof 0
Sterling & plated Holloware Chicago November 25 to December B Bellamy respectively.Prof Presiding Elder K S Dupoint dek
6262 MRS KIRBY
or REICH-
by finest manufacturers 1. .. Hunter, the first speaker,
livered a inspiring Sennon. He
FOR SALE MANN, Ph. HU 36371. 4-tf-ch very
.- Many gifts to choose "from Delbert who Is the 17' year old chose for his discourse "How to selected his text from the 25 th and t

IK bedroom house on the south WANTED: Part-Time Employmentby 303 No. PattersonVAIDOSTAGA.- son,-of Mr and Mrs Wiley, Blair, Operate an Effective Local Associ- 35th Psalms Theme: "In Thee O'Lord '

li several North Florida Junior has been selected State winner ation". He listed the following as ;
}i side of lake. 1% baths, two fireplaces as I Do I Put My Trust. The

)t two furnaces, breezeway. 5* College ing such Students.help please Anyone, call North need in -the 4-H swine production ,pro- basic ingredients for operating' an following persons were appointed to

, :% mortgage available.? Florida Junior College Business jects in which he has .been very effective association; the various offices for the day.

fl. 17 acres in Cherry Lake, 2-bed-, Manager or Registrar. Telephone:: active, during the past six yearS.. X Dedicated officers. Marshall Bro Abraham Williams; r

room house. Only $4100. HU 3-2288. HOT MTXKD ASPHALT PAVING His accomplishments in this area.-of 2., Broad attractive,' continuous Secretary; Lillie B Nesbitt. Amount '.,.;j.

I4 500 acres good land, lake, some We pave drives; parking areas, 4rH Club work inciude'showmg of programs. raised for the day was $65.00.
J' FEMALE HELP WANTED streets, 'etc. Top quality. Fair
pasture, spiring. At only $55 per acre. prices:' WAINER> BROS: Ino. Ph two grand ,champion\ barrows,, neat 3., Dues that are neither too Lucile B Aikens, Reporter
I 950-acre farm. 850 acres good WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE .
the State Youth Show high too low.
Barrow nor
CH:2.4411, no S. Pry St, Valdosta
f. open land. 8H acres; tobacco, with If you would enjoy working 3 or 4
hours a day calling regularly each Ga. 45-tf-ch held at the ,North Florida Fair in :4. Regular well-planned meetings. -
Irrigation. .
1 n tree farms, better'n money month on 'a group of Studio Girl -, Tallahassee in 1958'and the other From these points, he elaboratedand We have gas heaters .

i'vo In' the bank. It grows while you Cosmetic clients- on a route to be EXPERT REPAIRS at the, North Florida Livestock demonstrated well that 'at

sleep. U.don't pay.tax.until. it's'sold. established in and around Madison, Show in* 1956. Delbert has also the end no one could be in doubtas for L P or Natural Gas -

''I' 112-acre farm in !Cherry Lake. and are willing to make light de- shown several champions in the to the proper way a local organization ,

Don't worry' a-lot.' Buy one in liveries, etc., write to STUDIO SMALL ENGINES State 4-H Breeding.. Hog .Show should function.Dr also oil heaters.

Livingston "Spring" Acres. GIRL COSMETICS Dept OW- 9, which is 'held annually.;.at the North Porter dealt with the teachers'
Glendale, ,California. .Route!. will pay : -
Broadus up _to $5.00 per hour. 7-3t-ch SALES, '&' SERVICE Florida Fair. S organizations on the local, state, Western Auto Associate / .
Willoughby Delbert'sparticipation inthe and national levels. He pointed out ,
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show ring. has not been limited ,to the educational and economic con- :
REALTOR'Phone ROUTE MAN WANTED. MUST' BE
1 c. HU, 3-6481, Madison RELIABLE AND AGGRESSIVE.NO Howerton Supply ;:Co. the field'.of, ,swine He' 'Has shown ditions-as they exist. He gave statis- Store, Madison. j' ;

LAY-OFFS. CAR AND REFERENCES 0 both.beef. .steers and dairy animals tics comparing our ,state economically

NECESSARY. WRITS;; MR MADISON, FLA. ,during_ the! _p ast six years in, County and educationally with other the entire audience of active .

CAMP, 659 WEST PEACHTREEST. and Area. shows. One: of. his'most states in the union. He 'stressed the teachers, retired teachers, and PTA .. .

., NE" ATLANTA 8, GEORGIA. profitable experiences came in 1$6Q, importance of more and better education representatives of their responsibilities .

1 7- t.cb CALL" when :Delbert, showed the grandchampion for Negro boys and girls for to their communities, their. ',

WOMEN-Start now for big Christ- 'steer at the North Florida technical jobs. He also emphasized state and their nation. 54,

List .your farm and city property mas earnings as an Avon Representative JLPate. i S; : Livestock' Show, which- sold', for 91c the need for more industriesfor The next regular meeting of the ,..:
with us for nationwide advertising. ., it all the north-west counties 'of Association .
Write, OUIDA C Phone 2525 per pound. i Madison County Teachers '
No charge for listing. SWEAT, P O,Box 540, Live.Oak. Greenville. F1a.-.... Other''projects that ,Delbert has Florida with emphasis on Madison I will be held at "Madison-

Bob & Beanie Searcy Florida. for' r conducted- his, 4-H programs ,ln:. County. Before ending his very In-: County Training School November'

SANDING .,< elude Angus cattle and corn. At' the spiring address, Dr. Porter reminded 20. .:

RTJ 2, BOX 130-A PECANS $ VARNISHING j present time he owns three 'purebred -- -

MADISON, FLA.: WAXINGOld Angus ,females .and_ part in- ; -.
PHONE HU 3-6487 $ : : -
r We, will agaul buy your Pecansthis 'or NeW' Floors. terest in two Angus bulls. He won IRRIGATION r >.:
cash award in the Madison .
$50.00
a
There's no _charge for use of Car- season at top prices. -.- r -' ,
? pet Shampcoer with purchase' of County Youth ;Corn Contest in \ -
-- _We have:
3 Blue Lustre Carpet Shampoo.. "Mac's Plenty of ,Texas White Ber T. M. HOWERTON JR. 1960 and with the same corn project Complete Systems, Installed & "

Furniture & Appliances. r. muda onion plants. he' won the State 4-H Corn .0
> Financed'c
FOR SALE: Florida Black ,rye.J., H Georgia red sweet. potatoes, 0 CONSULTING FORESTER' Contest in 1960>' and--with the%same o i
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,. .--TIMBER MARKETING ; 0 :
CALHOUN. 7-tf-ch $2.50 bti. corn project he! : won 'the State, ,. > ;
9 Bushels of fresh peas for 'S. Duval Street 4-H. Corn Efficiency award. *, ,# .,.

BEFORE SELLING your timber FREEZING or !8blE\.use.e ._ ,;Ph. HU :3-668L_ MadisonMarrlae 4 Walter Brown, &..15". year '. old : : THIS/ '/:,.,'_S. ;,;:
Fresh fruits and vegetables, : .
or .timber land, please see me. We
certificates for sale af-The member of the Greenville '4-H Club, '
are jalso interested in> buying a h&s'" "Keen, declared the wlHner*Sf '.. : > .
Enterprise-Recorder F--f?
limited amount of pine-hardwood J. I. Surles; & Sons. office. the State 4-HL Field Crops.' AVard. i s ,,, : : : .

pulpwood FoleyFla., .,delivered,or loaded by on. R truck R cars.to MADISON, FLA. j,DISTRICT MRS :J f B DAVIS PRESIDENT ELECTED: Walter is .the 'son of Mr' and.Mrs* Distributors} for: .-t t':,'" :', >:f..' I
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See, write or call Kenneth Brown. .. \ ., r",:: /'
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.,: HNG TURBINE PUMPS : %icfri .:: ;> ,
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U P GIBSON Walter's4H, projects in the area '
; NOTICE -, : r S:- > ".
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Rt 3, Madison, Florida "Members, of the Madison Woman's of field crops have included ..com.flue.cured .. CONTINENTAL POWER UNITS j : \ :; :.: ;.

Phone:. Cherry Lake'8363 Have truck coming out of Jacksonville club who. attended the District" HI : tobacco, and small grains.He ''. i : ,,;"'..1 ,
meeting of the Florida Federation U. S. ELECTRIC MOTORS : :
Ver rom, ,
each week partly loaded. has .entered's 1 'ex ., '.u .
FOR ,SALE: Plenty of live fish Women's Clubs rl : ;
Wednesday in
Contact I sURLES at HU 3-2395, hibits in County and State :4-H .' REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE i ..sMadtseo
bait, shiners, minnows, pond worms, Mayo ,included Mrs J B Davis: .
Florida. 7-lt-ch
Madison :.shows
blue wigglers crickets, sand maggots Pres. Irs R C Home, 'Mrs Van H corn during r. the past. several., .: RACE & RACE AND SURE RANE FITTINGSV : -.;, .

tackle, and a good brand of General. Dress making Alterations Priest;; MrsJ J Newman: ;Mrs years. ., .:, ..
guaranteed fishing poles plus a During the time Walter has _beenin r* 1 .'
baits. ; Mending MRS DUR- Marshall Hamilton, Mts .L C Glass : Plan now for future irrigation needs ':
Complete line of Bogie 4-H Club work he has been one your : "
WARD SMITH Phone HU and Mrs.T F Livingston delegatesof ,
Rowell's Bait and' Tackle Center of Madison County's strongest competitors r -
air-conditioned to the Senior -Cku\ and Mrs W; B ::; ESTIMATES GIVEN : ,
I is now assure 3-6156 Madison.. 5-4t : in Countiy.and' Area;" :4-H -7 -
jrou of more lively live bait: Also Selph,; Pres 61 the Junior Club, iW- ,>'; '.'. ... :
we give 24-hr service to anyone; and 'Mrs Robert Lay delegate of dairy l showsvWalter countsasone of his. Y _. .ii': Get -Our'Prices Before.. q You Buys d" '. ,;" {
= NOTICEGOOLSBY of the greatest achievements "" .; '
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week. We have THETHING ,
days
even a the JuniorClub.. .
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4-H club career the winning of
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ROWELL'S BAIT &, TACKLE Dairy property in the Mrs S G Edwards of Mayo presided first place in the Area .HI 4-H HACKNEY BROTHERS ;
Blue Springs community is posted. :over the meeting, which was -
CENTER, across from SAL Depot, DairyShow m 960 against thirty
41-tf-ch NoHunting or Trespassing. held in the Methodist church. ; Phone 752-3161, Lake City, Fla. b
Madison. fOur-: other; entries; At the: present '
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Oct. 136tpdLet Speakers were, the Federation officers -
time he is :the :owner,''of three
FOR SALE: Pure bred Angus bulls; us spread .your Dolomit -HI- and. the programs, were registered -Jersey.. females which he j .

all $150 up.'R C DICKINSON Cal-Lime and Phosphate, Prices rea varied and Interesting: Counties .
.
ages.
t has as :4-H, ..project I Gas Co. Madison Gas Ct.ccs Y
HU 3-2517 5-tfch sonable. FOR BETTEIV SERVICE, represented in the District included During the past five years Walter ,

CALL SUWANNEE SPREADER Hamilton Jefferson,, _Lafayette. .
Fo-R RENT OR SALE Two-bed SERVICE. Phone' collect to Forest has also been active in showing ,_
: Madison, :Leon, Taylor, Suwanneeand ,
barrows In'the Live-
room house, and lot south side of 2-2560, Live Oak Florida Day or Wakulla. North Florida: '
Lake. Also threebedroomhouse 2-4t-ch stock Bhow and has received several
Cherry Night .
Mrs J B Davis of Madison was :'
for rent on northeast side blue""ribbons on his .entries. He; has OV
elected Pr identof' District in : 51:
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of lake. Water arid fishing rights < J. D. Scrnggsr represented his .count during the ::: ., : : I
and Madison was' '
: designated .as 'CI)
free. J 0 MCDONALD Pinetta past two years in the State 4-H : *
hostess club to the 1962 convention.A i
Fla. 5-3t-ch FORESTER ;
the
Livestock Judging Contest at ,
social feature* of the. conventionwas .
REGISTERED SURVEYOR o
FOR SALE: FloridaBlack Rye, Florida. State-,Fair- in Tampa and -
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: Ph. HU 3.6186MADISON the delightful noon, luncheon at .30'qALLON KEE 1:1
fa**
purity 99.72 percent, germination Community Center given. by' thehostess' has served on several other' judging .
., FLA. % 0 -5
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i 92 per cent. Borre Lupine, purity club. .. teams on a, district leveL Walter :Gas Water Heater _

99.86 percent, germination 93 .. -. ..: c. received a Florida 'State* Fait >
,
I percent BOB LAWTON, SampalaLake Gwrgia! -JOIN KAPPA,, IGMA Award Certificate -at the 1961 Fair C3w 'G. lass Lined, 10-yr Warranty ..:.' "

Farms,. phone HU' 36860. .,. _,' ; .E for outstanding accomplishments in :E \ &:"
'. ', 8-2t-ch PLATE GLASS Club'work. .. .
Jackson :Mugge and Wallace 4-H $54.95'

FOR SALE: 46 ft mobile ,home, ; udstilL',of Greenville have been Delbert and :Walter* are two of -., '. .9 i -",
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CIIIIY initiated into Epsilon sigma the twelve:boys from, the ,entire: : < ', -i
chapter ,
very clean $2500 cash, will con # ;, __ .. > :
-GUSS who have been selected to .
sider .trade for furniture:: J ,as of Kappa .Sigma fraternity at FSU.: State .

partial 'payment Plant's Trailer /GLASS ILOCK make"'the. -National 4-H Congress' >: HARDWICK .
Madison high school; .Band playedin trip.The Florida have, been selected
JACK :
Park DASHER. 7-2t-pd MIIUt ORS 3
the .Pine Tree Festival in; Perry. -to make the' National 4-H Com 5 G.lWtge -SBS3

Pretty :picture postcards of, North VALDOSTA GA. Saturday. ,- >. gress trip. The Florida delegation = 0 : $1493O-- .
Honda*Junior College. 5c each atThe t { whicti win Includ c:..;;>> .. l'.' 5 iiiri
-- ,
the Congress ,
EnterpriseRecorder.ofke. . ; to Completely installed, with two enIf.
.- 'RegKtcred Sifffeywr --, BLWESSMEN---: boyS and.girls, state 'winners1 aria ) ', 100-lb gas cylinders .

Plasti-tak for sale Oat The Enter. S an.adequate number.of adult....chap- :! 0c
prise-Recorder office. ; Phone HU 3-2372 advertising erones., will fly to Chicago. Nov 24 : $19.99 down, $7.05 mo._ -- .
Newspaperiioiey .

FOR RENT: Furnished apartments, MADISON., FLORIDA and return to.Florida'Pee: 1;; -3: .. .S>>

close in town. Also,oil heaters for 8ffCJ '. &
.Madison Gas Co.
1 JOHN W. WADSWORm kJp make FOR _.\ .
sale, tubing and rum. MRS J J can yw '.. "" .. M

t NEWMAN, ,Phone HU 32523. Oct -, ....,:. Higher Than Ordinary 'Q ayty at HU 3-2226 Madison, Fla. OI' -
f'' .S 8-tf-ch ; 4 wel its hare Usual Prices .
Than
: FOR: : as Lower ,. :IS
,: < B._ H. "Bob" Dye Charles Wells .
PEST'CONTROL SERVICE rt"..
SEE
BOAT FOR SALE L_! ....._._
; CALL fw :
Dandy light boat, used once, like k i; I '

new. Cost '$75. Leaving town, will. BURKE M Lt ltF"e: : Buie

+T -settlor' ,$45. .See aC*WELLST '. EXTERMINATING co. CiS HU 3431 : ,. .... P r a \. ( ((<: : Co.-

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Std, 1961



: !Bolton's SKYLARK. Restaurant U.-S. 19, Perry- Fla, ;, -',' t _


THE WEST MADISON MOSELEY HALL ,VAKULLA WINS IN AREA that participated in the Area Show. STUDENT ,

..' METHODIST- CHARGE, CHURCHv. 4-H DAIRY SHOW Jackson, Madison, Leon. Jefferson, BUSlNESSMHN -UNIQJN.
REV. C. B., DAVIS- Pastor Taylor' and Gadsden. Each County - Presbyterian Student un1on.,,'officers
Pastor had five entries. These 4-H-
Levaughn members
1 r CHERRY LAKE CHURCH (By Harvey T Paulk ASsoc'Co,Agt) were elected recently They are
Chairman of Board had the 'show
right to their
of won advertis-
Newspaper
FIRST AND Ricky Dean, president Toby Mark-
THIRD SUNDAYS ;
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Mr S R dairy animals in the Area Show by
Sunday School .._...... 10:00 A. M. ham, v-p; Russell Ramsey, program
? Training Union Director placing in the top five in their
.1 :Worship Service 7:30 P. M. Wakulla County took first place ing help makemoney chairman; ahd ,Sherri Shackelford,
Sidney R honors as' a County group in the county shows which were held can you Bee.
SECOND &: FOURTH. SUNDAYS Associate Director Mrs prior to the Area Show.
Kelly ,Area 4-H Dairy show ,
held in
Madon !- Meetings are to be held 10:40
r _" Sunday School 10:00 A. M. :Sunday School Supt. s Saturday. October 21. The Wa Other judging teams that com- as well as have each Tuesday at NFJC. The group
\ Service ___ ? Mr Hayward peted in the Dairy cattle ;judging
1 : Worship 11:00A...M kulla group of five 4-H exhibitors will present a program at the next
Family Night, Friday before First Pianist ..r-_.. Miss Patricia earned, a total score of 438.6 points contest were-Jackson, Leon No. 1, fun in business. Presbyterian Men of the Church
Song Leader ..,. Mr Leroy Wakulla, Madison No. 1, MadisonNo. ,
w from .
Sunday each month at _7:30P.. M. a possible 500 and received atrophy meeting Nov. 21., ,
Sunday School10:00 as, an award.In 2, Leon No. 2, Taylor No, 1, and ,
Thomas.Surles'Church School Supt. doming Worship ......,. 11:00 Jefferson..
; the Call HU 3-6361 USED WASHERS
dairy cattle
ROCKY SPRINGS CHURCH TrainIng[ Union ...... 7:00 judging contest ,
: .
.r.w the Taylor County ,No. ,2 team Madison Couty entries in the dairy
: FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Evening _, ,
Worship s, po
placed first :and was awarded a show and their score 'included- -
(;. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Prayer Meeting 7:30 judging. team plaque. Susie Surles-437.8, Dan Thigpen Bai] -.85.4, and Sherrill Hicks GOOD SELECTION
,) .., Worship, Service 11:00: A. M. The lord; The Father '87.6 ,
The placing of other county groups Bill Washington-86.6,- Delbert 852. Howerton Supply Company-
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS family Bids; Welcomes each
Worship Service 9:30 A. M. .to come and Worship !with
.'"I. Sunday School 10:30: A. M. whether you be poor or
you be rich, makes no 'BUILDING MATERIALS
Family Night, Friday after Second He'
welcomes"you to come
,Sunday each month at -7:00 P. M His Spiritual food. with us
P. K. Roweil, Church School Supt. a -

r V Claude Duval.SHILOH Charge CHURCH Lay Leader _FIRST Pinetta BAPTIST,. Florida -
PAUL A. TRAVIS: SH'UMA.NSU'PPL' .
FIRST AND THIRD
"/ SUNDAYS '
,
___...... Sunday Bible School<<; 10:00
Worship Service '9:30 A. 1rL1 S.! S. Supt. Mr. G.- C.:
Sunday School 10:30 A. M. Morning Worship11:00

Sunday SECOND School& FOURTH___ 10:00 SUNDAYS A. M. Training Director: Union .M. T.. 7:00 C. 300 South Patterson I r VALDOSTA Ai' GEORGIA I I Telephone CH 40254FLYS&OQBL

Worship Service 7&o P.I, M. Evening. Service, ._ 8:00 -'
Family Night- Friday after"':Flrl Hour of Power, Wed. 8:00 --4x4 D. B. Butts" -. .J60c
NAILS ea.
Choir Practice, Wed., _
'SUnday each 7:30 : .
Herbert Brooks month, Church at School P. M.) R.A.'s meet Saturday .3:00: _,__-- -. w. -. Slier 'Sb e e trock Metal Corner. ...35c ,ca.' Caulk Compound _._.'T..._:.30c ea.
1 'Supt Everyone is welcome. ,V. 4z8 AD Inf. -- '_ 2.45. Eave Drip, Calv.' 6e ft. Caulking I Gun 1.25_ ea.

Wiley' "Blair, Church Lay. ader ch The- rch only.Is (U thing), missing.. ,% 4x8 AD' Int. _3.78, Gravel Stop Ca1v. _- ._ 7c ft. LUMBER : ,
-- t 4x8 AD Int. ___4.95'4x8 .i,14" Cal Valley r . 6:50': No.. .1 Oak Flooring 155.00 M
NEW HOPEFUU' FIRST BAPTIST AD Int. 5.63. .16" Calv. Valley .:. 7,50, No,2.Oak Flooring ___135.00 M
:MISSIONARY 'BAPTIST' CHURCH I GREENVILLE, FLA. M4x8 AD Int. _'" 6.40 1 8" Calv; Valley _.... : . 8.50. Select Oak Flooring _180.00>> M1x4'6.8'10'12'
Services every first and third Sunday School ,_ 10:00 Y4 4xS..AC Ext.- 3.04 20" Caly: Valley .._......., .. .. 9.0, : C Fir 200.00 M

Sunday Sundays. School at 11 a.every m. 'and Sunday 8:00 10:00am. p: In. Baptist Morning Training Worship Course_ 11:00 6:45 'As 4x8.AC Ext.) _4-lg l iI-4ft Aluminum Valley .._...1.00 11x12 Pine _100.00, M
f Evening Worship 7:30 .1/2 '4x8 AC Ext.sire. 116'' AlumInum Valley 80O; 2"x4"-6"-8" Cedar --- .
Prayer Meeting Wed: ,7:00 p. m.Training Prayer' Meeting _Wed. 7:30 %* 4x8 AC Ext. -7.04. iI8!" Aluminum Valley ::9.00. Framing --:: .95,00 M

Union every Sunday 7:00 ,% 4x8' AC Ext' ___7.68 2Q",Aluminum- Valley __10.00 > WHITE'FIR MOULDING.
"P.REV.m. W. T. RYCROFT.. Pastor MADISON 701 CHURCH South Range OF %' Textyre 1-1.1 Fir 7.044x8 : :6x6x10 Reinforcing Bas >.: 1:700' ; H

Sunday Bible Study...; '10:00 ,1/4 V Groove Birch 8.25 i Wire 750 17.50 per roll Casing'5.00. H
;. JEHOV A1I'S' WITNESSES Lord's Supper and ,/4 4x8 V Groove Mah. 4.30 30x24 Louvers,' 6.65 Crown \3/4 AOO H

118, N. Orange St Phone HU 3-6355 Edification,, ,w __- 11:00 ,% 4x8 Birch. i.-. 13.95, i 114x24 Louvers. ..._..-.3.20(12x12 :Crown 23A 6.00 H
MEETINGS. : Sunday: Evening Service 7:00 % 4x8 Knotty Pine I 13.95 ( Louvers 1.65. Lattice 2.50
Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Wednesday Evening .
Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 P., M. Services ,_. ;._ ......w 8:00: : i% 48 Mah. Finished 5.12 i 112x18 ',Louvers _._... 2.10 ,Shoe 2.00Q.
..'>, Ministry School: Friday 8:30 P. M. ,MARINE, PLYWOOD .U nder,Have Vent 60c R. -2.00R.d.W.
.: Watchtower-Bible' Study: LEE METHODIST- ,_ ."1' --- Sheet Screen Wire 8c per sq. ft. Brick Mold' _' 9.00
7:30 P. M. '
-' Kingdom Seekers Sunday Welcome. Lee and Hickory, Grove /a4x1 "-.- -.-- -, 12.00 Ridge Roll .12c per sq. ft. Screen Mould _2-.OO H
v, No Collection Taken. REV. L. E. DENSLOW. /4 4x14 14.50 Power Nails 9.50, per box Cove. ... 2.00
,. ,AT LEE 'V4 3x12 _J 8.68, :Tin Tabs 20c per lb. 2x2 8.00

'- CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST Morning 1st and Worship 3rd Sundays- 11:00 ..V43x14 10.64 r _DOORS ,- MAHOGANY t1 xZ ;. '. _, 5.00

[ CHURCH '2nd end 4th Sundays 9:00 ,a/8 3x12 -: _12.06 jr4"x6'8"x13/8' ........_.4.20 ea.. Interior Door Jambs 2.65 ea. -

Morning Preaching Service Services 11:00 every A.:Sunday 3Li Evening Service1st ./a 3x14 15.10, 6"x6'8"xl 0/8 ..._._..__4.20 ea. Exterior Door Jambs _. .9.75. ea.
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i Evening Service 7:30 P. M. and 3rd Sundays 8:00 3/a 3x16 : 18.441ss 11 I i'8"z6'8"x13/s ..._._..420. ea. PAINTS,
Sunday School every Sunday at Sunday School -CO.-CO.r 4x12 14.40 il'10"x6'8"xl % 4.45 ea y Gals. Qts.
10:00: A. M. Youth Every Fellowship Sunday 10:00 ;% 4x16 22.40 2'0"x6'8"x13/a _4.70: ea No. '1686 One Coat: House Paint J

'. Prayer BTU Every Meeting Sunday at Wednesdayat 6:15 P.,M. Every Sunday 7:00 !'y4 4x8 Misty Walnut 5.12VB ,2'2."x6'8"xl / 5.00 'ea.Z4"x6'8"xl's White 4.50 .1,25
every
7:30 P. M. .BOBBY WILLIAMS 4x8 Untempered Hardboard 1.95: 5.50 ea. No. 514 Fume Proof "
Brotherhood first Thursday every Church: School V 4x8 Untempered Hardboard 4.48a '2'.6".x5'8"x13/s' .. .5.50 ea. White 3.35 1.00
month at 7:"0 P. M. Morning AT Worship2nd HICKORY GROVE" 1?/ 4x8.Tempered f Hardboard -2.72 ,2'8"x6'8"x13S'5.75 ea..'-' No. 513 Exterior Primer 4.50 ,.V.25No.

Everybody J. R. COLLINS Welcome., .. and 4th Sundays 11:30 M, 4x8 Tempered Hardboard _3.84 3'O"x6'8"xl BAa 6.25 ea. ..421 Odorless Enamel
Pastor ,Evening Service, Vs 4x8 Pegboard ; 3.20 2'8"x6'8"xI3,4 ..._.....7.50 'ea.3'O"x6'8"x13A Undercoat x.3.50:, 1.10

PINE GROVE PTIST CHURCH 2nd and 4th.Sundays .8:00: ys... '4x8 Enamel Tile Bd. _--:7.50 _.,... ..8.OO'ea. Floor & ,Deck Enamel -4.00 J.25
Preaching every: Sunday Sunday Every School Sunday 10:30 CEILING TILE Screen Door Plain ... ..8.00 ea. ,I Interior (rubber base).
Sunday School --...,_. 10:00 A. M. Youth Fellowship : ,112x24 Perforated 130.0aM' Screen Door With Grill 9.50 ea. white and colors '.1.65. ,.90

Morning Worship __ 11:00 A., M. Every. Sunday 7KX) ,12x24 Plain White 103.00: M Entrance Doors 13.50. up Semi Gloss Enamel ..
;:-- .Sunday Evening BTU 6:30: P. M. Mid-Week Prayer Service Pin Perforated 130.00, M ROOFINGS White and Colors ..3.75 1.16
/ Evening Services' _, 7:30 P., M. Every Wednesday ,_. 8:30: SHEET ROCK i.x7,8,9,10,12 Roofing .Shingles, V No. 548 Gloss Enamel ,
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Evening 7:00 P. M. Church School Fiberglas' :41.75.Mx8,10.12 15yearbQ.nd.5.75sq Only
W B SEALS S S Superintendent, WELCOME 'FiberglasL52".00 M. -:jlSandSO Ib. Felt) _. 1.95 ,roll ,No. 360 All Purpose
;J ARTHUR CRUCE. Training Union NEW HOME BAPTIST TO 25 Ib.Topping Cement 2.50 per pag 90 lb. Mineral Surface 1 Aluminum 3.50 ,. 1.00

.. .. Director. Come Worship With Us 25 lb. joint Cement _2.50 per bag Roofing 2.80 roll, Varnish-Floor & Trim 2.90 '.94
\; ERNEST GURR. MlnisteWFhCAME Sunday School,, 10:00 250' Pkg. Cement a"d' '5V Galv. Roofing '- 9.25 per s q.110lb. Paste: Wood Filler 2.50 ..90,

TO Morning Worship 11:00 % Tape -- 2,65 per bag ,.| Can Plastic Cement _90c ea. Shellac-White or "
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURQH Baptist Training Union_ 6:30: $O' Pkg., Cement and '* 50 lb. Can' Plastic Cement 3.50 ea. Orange .3.00[ ,,90

:Sunday School ____. 10:00 A. M Mid-week Evening Worship Prayer Service 7:30 7:30 Tape 1.25 per bag 50 Ib. Can Roof Coatisg 3.50 ea. Paint Thinner .80

'. Morning Training Union Worship______ 11:00 6:30: A. M.M Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 CEMENT .. ..7. ... .! $1.25 per fcag Steep Asphalt 100 Ib*. Roll 2.25 ea. Cum Turpentine 1.50 .45
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Evening Worship .;... 7:30 P. M Philip Howell ... -__ S. S. Morfor -T1:1 I b'per bag CABINET'' HARDWARE Linseed Oil 2.60 .75'
.. Prayer l\leeUng' 7:30 P. M. ,Marvin Bass B. T. U. 4> INSULATION ,Colonial Black Handles 15c: AWNING WINDOWSNo.

-- Church Business Meeting Firs _,REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS lull Thick Wool ___- _52.00 M Colonial ,Black H. Hinge-.___30c J2...-11.00 No. 22 _13.00
Wednesday night of each month' SEVENTH-DAY Full Thick{ Fiberglas52.00 M Colonial Black,Strap Hinges ._50c No. 13 _13.00 No. 23 16.00
b\ Brotherhood and WJA.U. Second I Services CHURCH Semi-thick Wool -_- 42.50 -Ant. Copper H. .Hinges ...._40c No. 14 _16.00No; 24 _18.00
Thursday Preaching night services of each every mont Sunday/ ison American every Legion Saturday Hall.at Roll Fiberglas, 3" ___52.00 :Ant. Copper H.L Hinges _45c No. 15 __19.95 No. 25 -23.00

Come Worship With Us. Sabbath School begins 2 IPOLYETHYLENE. Ant. Copper Strap Hinges ... ..60c No.232 13.00: No. 32 _15.00
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J ltEV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor I Ii IiJ Church Service at 3 p. m. .04 Mills __lc sq. ft., Ant.: Copper Handles 15c No. f/2-33 15.80 No. 33 _19.00

I R C. WILLIS, S. S.. Supt M Mill r = ...l'/seq.. ft. Magnetic Catches ._ 25c No. '/ -34 19.00 No. 34 23.00'
HOPEWELL i HAROLD YATES. Pastor -
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Sunday School 10:00 A. M -
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M,: Everyone Welcome! I x (5( "f kkwkk .", :145.00 PORCH" COLUMNS' <. Ft. Joint
Comers -. 7.90 .V2'" 12c' 2.52
Baptist Training Union' 6:30 P.,M.: : = ea.
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M' REV LEE I.BAPTIST T. CARTER CHURCH t._8.75 HAll Singles 4.25., ,/.": 15c 3.15.a.il .
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Services every Sunday ,Sixes, Finish 10.50: 'rf MEDICINE CABINETS V." 28e 5.88 e*.
-- Youth Service S P. M Wednesday: Sunday School 10:00 All,Slr.., Calv. Common._1150: HAll Medium Size No.306 _.._._._..475 11 V2 281 5.S8ea.: '

J.V. L.L.WYNN.SINGLETARY.B. T. U.S. Director S. Sup Morning Worship 11:00 Sixes Galv. Finish: _.12.50 H. Large'Size,Wit,Sid_Lights 2200: 'i'/ 2"-' '45c 9.45 y.
Training Union 7:00 Jtlua Plaster' Board Doors With '-26.00 I PLASTIC PIPE ,.
REV. W'G DeSHAZO, Pastor .i iagQH; Sliding ,Light .
Evening' Worship 8:00 -
REV R M LONG. Pastor iI I Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 : Steel Dry,Wall., ;i8.00 HKoofing '" ARGENT HARDWARE t .V2" -- Ac per" ft.
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD I I Nails, Galv. 15.50 H KeyI" Knob Set, 3.90 .*. ,'*" -_6c per ft.
Sunday School ---== 10:00 A. M. 750-14, Goodyear All- Cuing J Nail A 12.09 lath Room Set 2.25 f a. i1" __9c per ft.
Youth Service, Wednesday 8:00 p.m.Svening Nylon Tire 2.5'Metal Lads' pq toe altHt Clamber Set' ..+ 2.15 ea. sl'/s" .12c rft..14c .

Worship __ 7:30 p.m. 2 x 2Cornrtttei ; ,21he Ft. .Passage set t.70ea.Screen .L1 Y2. per ft.
Morning Worship 11:00 .
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C. D. 8. SERVICE Plus Tax Closer 1.90 ea.irhrashold ,32" x 21" Twin Bowl ':"',12.00-ea.
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CHURCH, OF JESUS CHRIST OF ExchangeMesser BRANCHES+ gyn.STATIC all sizes ..._._.1.25 ea. 32" x 21'-' Stainless( Steel 34.00 ea.v .
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Sunday School 10:00 a. m MOCON, iA. Copper, 2.50.x.
Sacrflmrnt ReF;, Meeting "ll:00 a. m Battery & Tire Ct.Several BAST POINT, GA, FREE :DELIV'ERYI Satiir Chrome 34.00 ea.
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