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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 10, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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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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WINS SECOND, PLACE ; NATIONAL EDUCATION, WEEK, OBSERVING
L : EDUCATION WEEK PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLE
'Nearly Quarter TeiepioM: Expansion .- -- t. 4 _
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T'ire/'Green\7iiie '
; 's' Future .Homemak- National! EducatiOn
; (By: Almon Zipperer, Home, ers.Wider : Week |ia, being Mrs J. M DuRant, chmn of Pres-
direction
Million PledgedTo ;i: ;.telegrasri receives from Con- Demonstration .Ag ntr '.' Elwanda Barber the of'' Miss observed. in Mdison, ? this''week byterian Circle NO. 1, was hostessto

> Matthews .' Geraldine Almand of the ,Lee .arrarfged a display Several of the local. stores ; have the circle Monday afternoon with

To College Holland gressman and Smathers.'and advises Senators that 4H Club placed second Jh the 4JI :jn I ,.LaneyB; Store; window in !window'displays prepared, by' .the twelve members attending.
observance
of National Education" school ,gra 4 es' to connection with Mrs; W G Sheldon gave the Bible
Home
Contest North
the rural electrification adminis- Judging at.the '
Week"November 5.1Z: The display the event.- ,'J' ? lesson from the topic, Religion
_ The State Cabinet at its meeting tration has approved an REA loan Florida Fair: in Tallahassee Sat includes school work done by'' grades .. r ,;: That is Genuine, based on the book

Tuesday In Tallahassee, pledged $1.3 in amount of $1,319,000 to ,the Cen- urday. November 4th. The' judging onefJbro'ugh twelve F ,y T' I of James. Mrs T' C Merchant gavethe '

million dollars constructing tral Telephone Co of Tallahasseefor event lowered; Driver' Education, They also. gave each -, /acuity! HOMECOMINGGreenville 'f"i; emphasis for the month on

,*.ahd, ,planning new junior college. the following purposes: Toys for Children, Color 'to the member % small pennant, to. wear., Stewardship land the World Council {

buildings:; Of this amount $239338 .1. Financing facilities to furnish Homes Menu, lannIng.. and Good Ea chl;Pennant bears' the. First Baptist church, of Churches
= ? Inscription
was pledged for 'North Florida initial, services for 1682, .subscribers: News.:. .Stories: Fifteen teams, or a "National :Education.. Week,"* and Rev Harold':Johnston. pastor;will, Memorials to Thbmwell Orphan-

Junior College Jiere.i and improved services for 448 .sub- total of 120 girls,. from adjoining the teacher's' Wpei': observe homecoming this r Sunday age-were' given in memory of deceased .
The Cablet also funds for '
pledged "
scribers. counties ,in the Nov 12 relatives of three circle
addition .participated, judging with -dinner served at
plans for another building .and .
members Mrs R 0 Latham 'MrsWalter' :
,2. of. 658 miles of contest the church revival
to present building at Su- Construction ;, WEEKLY as.a climax to \ ,
Fjtf HING BULLETIN 'Harris'aiJd' Mrs Graham
wannee River. ;, Junior: College; new_ "line! ahd. rebuilding .of.-. 42 .miles Two teams from the Lee. school t. i.'W', services'. this. weepy. T Wheeler .. .

,"I ... of acquired line.! participated.. Girls serving 'on'the: Fishermen, have ;you evergiven I. '" ,, The ,hostess served\,refreshments -

3. Construction of new dial center i teams 'wereXucretia' :' any t&Sght as'to why'certain laDdowner -,' Miss' Ermogene =Lamb of AsheyvUle at,?the close of the.meeting. '

_.; PuttclectMesTeBeJWd offices1at' ,Baker, GlencWe and Lee i : Thomas, Geraldine Al a remove your privilege iof.] N C> spent the, past weekendwtth ,.

and replacement of one at Cherry mand. Kathryn Thomas,' Vi kie. Alderman filing or hunting ort their property? her: parents. "Mr and: Mr .B ; fJJi-: --- NEWS' ;

- -ai 'I 1tFI' Lake, also expansion dial center .I Glenda Thomas, Sharon Here, are a few of the,reasons: Lamb, and was an :Attendant In the .: :LOVETT' ; ,*
"rlI AI ;!V'A, ::1 offices- at Ponce de Leon ,and:Freeport Wafers,' Wanda. 'Richardson, Sandra Some don't have time to 'close a Bass-Mandziara wedding' in rashhassee : ,
-> : : gate' spme t .aren't': careful with'.their 4Mrand; Mrs callen Howard're
-. : 'J exchanges.. ... ... Miller i ; ; :' Saturday trght i ': tt n e IJasti Tuesday from a -weekend _
f.< "1f. 1? ". '. cigarettes.and'tamp fires; some shootbej&te ,-. y
,, On P Thursdayf JU\ct'F'ri N, ol-... I tie J. F One hundred and .twelveW?lls trip to Nassau J'
..,! / ) 11 they fctow(JS$ .l&fijL..P reshoptingau V ;
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bm67and17t North FJ..'-. and ifty ,(50) 4.H boys-ate .others areess' as if'i i-Howard4 ac- )Ir. and .Mrs 'Robert:; Seago. have : r !a
College wftf" hold. a series roJ"Iectures i OABII1lmWS. !#. the fa i.r Y-4H: leaders: .,who just completed,' their "homev
and panel discussionsfdn.?Maa I .. .., f R 1 to/un, over small tinAer; tar.': to cut ar2ed# 'Mr aid Its leery new :
-" went,aloeg_ with the boys, and. go-Is timber without permissioiC Sircey,of Quincy recently went ona Sorry to; report Mr George
power; Needs During the Next Decade. f .. _
-....;.. Mrs E F Almand-, Cecil Jf'TVe could Stewart, gradually getting worse.
." Consultant .for V the Jf series were: Mrs cheek'a few of ourmistakes no.sJ.! enjoyable, boat trip from {
', Mrs Florence McMillian and Miss Hicks Mrs M Parrish.Jdr 'and Mrs all of us would- have-more Miami to :Nassau Mr CulleW Howard has added'a "IL _
Mr .
will be Raymond D Larson AspaistantSecretary ,
of Labor. Patty 'Ward spent the-weekend in Cecil Grafton, JIrs Dedie. Gregol; privileges on the other".man's,prop;' or 24" foot furnished 'house trailer to -
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Mr(JameS 'L' Moncrief, Chairman Tallahassee visiting her son'Herbert Mrs Lon Terry and .Mrs Kenneth erty. : Mr'V.. his hunting and fishing equipment -
E McCain celebrated his
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Mr ,and Mrs Calvin Jar vis are"building
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Jbirthday
Wednesday.
is directing the'PfO :rain .for North 1 : ,and Mrs Claud Phillips of Demonstration Agentr: and Mr-Harvey showers> were welcomed. by1 'every i... a new home. '-!'
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Florida'Junior College. Quitman spent a short, while with Paulk, ''Associate County Agent. ROWELI/ ;
LAWRENCE
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f Mr, and Mrs Howard: Coodv r Suva_: accompanied the group. .-.... .' .'
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r SRJC NEWS Friends of Mr and,'- Mrs Lot -
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will SIRM.ANS .
-- Jackson of Clyattville be interested ,METHODIST CIRCLES. ,
11 Sir/ranneei River Junior 'College .. f,
:. to hear-theic Son Douglas
'will "W specialistState Rev Ira Blair' filled his
Present E Combs, regular
Nov 4. ,
underwent
: a tonsillectomy 1 Circles:of the Methodist ,WSCS .
Department of Education in appointment Sunday. We enjoyed r
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Mrs J D Newbem and 4 children '"
November 9 'at 1:45p meet as follows; a' good attendance, but thereis
an assembly, of.. Auburndale spent the weekend .
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m. Madison County Training with her father Mr I E Reaves. Monday am. Janie Paul circle plenty of room for improving. Bro '" ,

: :.:School Cafetoriuzn.. sa Friends of* the ,Newbems will _beinteresledto withMrs. Yr, _..._Charles. Hembree. ;*Mrs. Blair:r Mrs Blair _* and Judy were -, ::". What yoUcaoCPOKT d ." .- ,!
Exodus .be .ant',n..ar eut' oo hoste runner frs LBaney. ..-. ,... i" '
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in a Book Forum, Sunday, recent trip to Steamboat Springs, ; .. : .); ,,'" ., '- '
November 12, at 4:30 p tit Colorado deer hunting; A group of circle with Mrs J B Hardee; Had- Mir and Mrs Jack: Hudson and .---- r"C

_' The public is invited ta both. pro eleven men 'from the Auburndalearea den-Morrow circle with Mrs W T children of Shady Grove visited Mrand t ONSTAN'iiV-OIrf. Au.- -LA>//Jf '' ; a

grams. t. went and killed a total of '27 Davis; Helen Parramore circle with Mrs Austen Clements Sunday :;;.: '"", ..

O H Brown Director of Public deer but failed to get any 'elk. ,He Mrs. ,R V.Dial.. afternoon TO'PROPER AUTHOMTICS tNfOtM } t
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Relations. Albany State College, stated there were over 1800 hunters Tuesday 3:30 p m: Wilma Phil- "Mr and Mrs Ola Carter of Perry YOU_HAVI ABOUT ANY.CRIMIMAkANSST f, :'

.I Albany, Georgia will be the speaker there to begin the season. lips circle with Mrs W A Barfield. visited Mrs H C Tuten Saturday .

in a student assembly, November Visiting Mr Reaves and Miss Tempa :Lee, Cathy, and Joy Ii, ON GOOD GOvanggNT At A LL {

17, at 1:45 p m. Mabel Reaves Sunday were Mr 'and HANSON NEWS O'Quinn visited in, Tallahassee' last 1 v .

Mfrs dim Reaves, Mr and Mrs Paul weekend.JThey attended the Fair
AId.YOUR ffWENCE FELT ff-SUPPOitiADEOUATE C?
; CHILD HIT BY TRUCK. Reaves of Hahira, Mr and.Mrs J DAgner and had an, enjoyable trip. M PAY:n.N9roi1lc fA a.a ."" ',i.- t:

and children, Mr and MrsR JPine,Grove church baptism services HOMECOMING QUEEN /ot.LAW_---pjF08CDigNT. -. omggts.) .. '.t ;
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Larry C Mitchell, 2. of Madison L Crafton and son Mr and Mrs were held at Cherry Lake Baptist: Tempa Lee 'O'Quinh, a -Junior .'
o' is In a Gainesville hospital in a ,. Mrs church Sunday afternoon at 3:00 in Greenville E'oti2Ait YSOA fo ss EZft ...! -
Bill Fourakres and Shirley High School, was AND .
o'clock. Frances Peters Roy Stan H- tit ... .i ;
:<< coma with head injuries received Jeanette Coody Mrs ReD Williams ing and Michael Cruce were candidates crowned Homecoming Queen last __ / :.

when he was struck by a truck and son, Mr Wilborn" Reaves ,and. for baptism. Five of the Tuesday. We are aU'proud 'of. you. : 6( ",m) -Jf ,

about 3:15 p m. Tuesday the Florida two sons. James Driggers family came into Tempa Lee. '_ ,... ; '- :, 1 ,
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Highway Patrol sakL He is 'thV' It looks' like rain .. .P 4p t ,Di&uw .
Mr and_Mrs Cecil Craftonand the Church by letter after the Sunday very much ,. 'J. .
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son Ella Mae Mitchell. .- children Mrs JDon,Gregol, Mrs Ran morning service. and we hope it does; We need it so ... ...,.,,:.. .
Trooper W C Kilpatri+:said: the Terry and Mrs D\irward.app .ac- JMr and Mrs Woodson Daniels much. r. t

: child ran into the path of the, truck. .con_. .anie:d'':t. a grp -pott&bdys; : 'and and family 'of Madison were visitIDgflrtr Remember prayer meeting Wednesday LAWS PROT ECT Y s U-.:, :1 -

:which was traveling south on State girls> to// the...., 1& 'Saturday :yin 'and Mrs.Eugene. 'Newsome night at 7:30.: : HE, P ENFORCE. "Tfii,- -'YJ'" ,,
Road S-368 in Madison; ,-PriVe" of TauaM.sseeY4t g.the' lair $U dar 'afternoon.ik '-

the truck was Frame- Graham. 47, were Mr and Mrs Calvin, Gaston '\ from here attended the .

of Madison. No charge was |made. and/children, Harry Craftoa; 'Eric: NojTtii/Fiortda Fair Saturday the at I ,
Tallahassee. Some also attended -
Kilpatrick said the truck"* skidded Falk.- Jimmie and Cris Adams and. Fair' fei :Valdosta. # r

: 8 feet before hitting the:' hlld. 'I ,Wayne. Sapp. '.0 ,; Mrs Lola, Odom spent Saturdaywith :( 1
I Mr and Mrs R L. Crafton .-and .
.her niece, Jdrs Wallace McLeod, ,
ELECTION RES.ULT 'i Mr 'I E"Reaves' sPent' ''Nov 1 in at ':Mad son.- r ys.iiIGM

f Gainesville ,visiting Miss Helen Hanson H D Club will meet in

Voting was very slow in the Crafton, on her .b rthday.lrtrs the' hOme' of Mrs W 0 Raines Monday
:school trustee and millage election Howard Coody was hostessto ;afternoon, Nov 13, at 2:30.

Tuesday since there, was no announced -' the, VMS of Pinetta 1st Baptist Everyone is asked to bring some

-- opposition. Cecil Hicks, Monday night. The Royal Service Christmas idea with them. Every- .,', -.
body_welcome. !. .., ,......... ....'. ,- ..- __ >&. ". "'>"-0; i
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with,. 216 votes Buford Selman program )vas. presented plans- w ... ,-- ----' -"- -"-'",:._10i ( -. : :: :: :: :, ; > <
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;4E : :Sherrod were : ) : .
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,- ,X14-v're.elected'trustees, and ,a j ji study Nov:" at 'Redland' ivitii e:: -,-- ,- :-- '- ...-..::..rl. "... --.-" : -" ,",.

........ -.bc,1 t:: district levr: \:was' voted. 1 miS .therji Mrs. W L. Vf.yrin *;9! '; '.-- > .Bumetta :- ,! .,? ;

=:!-rbe: mtll_ leyyivhich. vas .reconi-, .. Bethel will Toauct the study.<. : at.W dnesctwergr, ; ;:'" -: :
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-;"-mender;bl the JSchooI. .Board rer; The wonderful gain. .is Arta jy. "'....1.. ,. ]3.' ., ;;

.;, Ce1ved 211t- :votes- I apPrebated' In" this-"_*.area.and = '...;-,. ',':. D- -Corgi, : JCecil ;BrannexL :f "..' -The-:115.5:::',: "",,r,BdI-....- wheel, .- -, LMe,.- ef- ] 'orits- new Fairimntf line of automotaes nlaeea it -
Bishop
Tommie <
and
roof
Herring.Honorary
""- I between tile Fad '(109. N) ... .tie Galaaie (119). Wilkits Thunderbirdhpe"
Visitors of Mrs, 0 Q .Mickler -- Tom S Stufetill. Archie ele Wr r1..er.of tile Ford ear familr. All of I the twIce"Je8I" 1
\tr "Mrs Eugene Davia r tit sJ,e1MeIcMr- e Ie f a !
Studstill, McLeod Wilbur ,
Sitoey
Sunday afternoon were Mrs-Robert ..;.. 'IBiN- .. tfee Galaxie we offered: the new Fairian
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GL 'aenouncettbe: .. fUli
Macon : 't r"of
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."Mickler, Mrs Lan<1rt1D4.Mis, J BSatils } Ite iaIr... ed IB dealer .howroomA OD.:NoTeD1btt.J .
"' girl:Oct, 26 1- She .hss beenWarned A flfafrnnk, Bill Strupp, A jL Lei..Li" oar..... :..s,wWeIt 500 which i*
and :Miss GladysMFyarland; foir'grandmothecv :Mi at letrieeetredeie, id beth a Fakkme and Fairlane ( ,
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Ife Great SdBgs ;
BL--ttMficzasiB> in a state of turmoil since establishment : -- &cTFollowiGood1Jsd-

of its, 'independenceJune 'i '-I E Christmas -, ,:;. ;
E4HJMMIOMBf'V.issTlltlSJ .
s : '30, 1960, .and. this of Tractors At Attrition 'Btq$. fly i' ,'
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Publish ,\r eek1Y "Supciiptlon |S.75 tP._ feYlfir". in Advanceelayed / coarse has affected. .productionand SPECIAL L P RECORD ,t .. .- .- '-': '" H ; 1

) Renewals $4100 Per Year business generally' as ;well TtitttrCnmRDy, .; <". j :

r: Advertising ,Rates Made Known on Application : .J't as 'gQ*r *ernment- However?- .-'.-*- jni959 :1 j1:80, : 4j ,., : t ... J ,

: ,the: year before independence TOFe. .. .... . .. .;>. ., ;:: : r? $ *'695

:::- Entered at the Madison Post Office' as second-class matter ,June ,' ',.the':principal cash:crops ...n U JD ". TO30- 'Ferguson! .. ..". . ... .i:.. . ... . 1095

15th, 1908L undert'Act of March 8, 1879. of', the Congos ; were: coffee,' .Jubilee 'Ford *. ._. ....* ., .!f.,. ... .. . ..1.5 .1095

,IJ. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, 'JB.M otton, palm products, including-' .BatterkireC -, :: _'A.italall WCrftivator r" and. Flow "295

: :-. -. AND- ASSOCIATES -- palm .oil, rubber,- peanuts, kola, Farmall W/Cultivator, Plant rs,*_;"z. f -. -\-f' ;'r.. ;.' .::1 t .>,

; tt t: nuts and tobacco*. Other farm I Distributors and Plows .'. ...:'.. .'. ... 495:"

';. fe.i' MADISON RECORDER ESTABLISHED 1865 products included maniocr maize, MessagJrom: ..Allis-Chalmers,_W/Cultivator & Dist . .: 495 _
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.. i'te: T. C. Eciitor aad PsfeMsherFuel ". t. TheCongoV vast tropic :Sfeests t, : .it :t" .' ': ,

.. : $ CKJKw gI41tor yield. _:hardwoods, copal,-'ciQchonabarl This office does__ -- not litwvWe TaYPA,: AIrittotEros.{ Tractor CpmpanySPECIAL

c: w.V T,zCitEditori : sfens. only administer: the levy after .. : ,
ivory, derris an d: the two-County 'Budget Boards'cer- L. L OAK ; FO 2-23ii p

.f' W:, E, WILSON, A1vertWng Manager. The\. QngohaS great ,mineral tifv same to .thiS office. T *4
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> s rovince. 'places -a equal
a ;: .. fthe: -, p present'*""* : interns J'-k-.r- tional*, V- P' .Principal, the ;taX rolls. If your taxes are 7otTMI "a. C. T. (Buddy) McWffliams/Jr.

.. 1 F tension continues, will now be minerals iopper, up this year .over last it is due to AGENT, TAND)4 D\PIL CO.

';,:'., the: big,craze:over country: ; (more! : than half the world' "out-1 the raise in the. county budgets? L t HU 3-2279' '. ,.
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-I ... And ,of course there Was 'theMidway put), industrial diamonds over lastCounty < :! : ;
.: I (most of the_ world's_ 'supply), I Commissioners Budget GIBSON'REAPPOINTEDPete
-:; ;' : with i its items for: saletshowsi '' :fronf County :Tax Rolls in 1960. was,. --.;,..
j and petty games_ of I manganese .ore, tin 'concen- :$109,102.: ; e I J -:- h-?r'G' Gibson of: 'Perry has been

: :.: ; and' i.r Winter--' 'Goods chance and skill.s The.:Fair was:I Crates, zinc ore, tungsten ore; I'. County' Commissioners Budget DISCOUNTS bir se versJtopofthe i reappointed a trustee of the Sheriffs.
: cadmium, radium,. uranium :from: County Tax Rolls'' in 1961 IS : line 'G-E appliances 'at Boys Ranch .
and had 1
"f V* '" !6s4- on a big. scale they '
)UJotf! OJJ f 13 .
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y S t dra4Sjlowei's.of cJjlessiag: ; .. oxide, lead ore, petroleum :dePosits .T.45chool Howerton- Supply! Co. .
perfect .weather -for it. .County
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.. Board Budget <
howersof blessing we 'need r I" and other minerals. The' Mrs W S Pritchett and Mrs
Rolls in ,
$165,816.
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Jax : Mr :and Mrs Joe: Hill Smith of
'Mdrops''rotud us.are:falling, School Counr Frank Lester of ,Macon and Mrs
processing of mineral and..agriMtural Board,Budget from ;
"B it for the showers<'-we-.- 'ple cL" Live Oak attended the funeral of
Thullsin, 1961 .$183484. Mack Taylor of Valdosta were
fy
<,...' "SO'runs ,the ion g-tirao ':Bundajr -. Fernawfaa products constitdtes;:the TJie.HBUdgets show .of, '$47.547.75' their nephew,' Graham Wheeler' ; among the friends here to attend

f School song "'and' "wjtiile' it ---- Congo's chief, :.manufactiiring more thW Ttear' over last year. here Saturday afternoon.T1visiOTriNes. ihe' funeral of Mrs'R'! W ':Lewis;
t ;. cdtT* activities,...along, with some -There have been some :new and
,.refers to spiritual things! ; manever : : frtday.
values found that were
old adjusted
development,, of "rconst n
materialistic, and to 'large er- ?
The 100th anniversary of the not on last year's rolls, as 'we' find

extent necessarily so, has been ODeninir-of... ,the ii. Atlantic...... toil .goods. industries.. '. ':. ;._. ,, including", ,.property' not on the rolls that'is'our .-t"": t.f"- F r'FUELOILCallP'JfflfNt1 i iHU32277
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.:". 'thinking' 'for weeks and longing Gulf :ra road in iIOridL1\ was I:xooostuifs. ;ilu1! ding mate. erjals, lawful duty to place ;them on 'the Call Lee Radio & 'T-V for fast and -"

:"; :for actual showers ,of rain.: Tn observed .in' Fernandiua. Beach, f pnicals, Ptextiles: ; rolls. reliable Servic .. We service all : '
I Ir Our has been doing pretty '
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County
'leather, footwear" and I trained technician 'I
last week's eolli jtl ti/we said that Sunday; The road, then, ranfrom )i .glass: well with holding, down taxes, with makes. Factory ; ;:
: '
'! hurricane Hattu, which at. the r JTernandinai which was to J t ware-The' Congo: river is "the, the many new projects the county. II Phonew- f,..r1 {
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::_ -ctime' of writing: was; headed3icidtli'mightbang great artery of, traffic.HOSPITAL has had to .take on in the last few ,
;. be the great ocean city, to, .FLEXlBLt
', us- rath, but Cedar Key, :which |vas to be years.Will show by comparison with. KEEPS OUT -COLD, 'SHATTf PROd ftUA3TS .
:" Ibis hurricane .abruptly: turnedwest : populations FOR YCAR&1
':' the great gulf city. Jt was first nearby counties like : &KW1SI&
devastated the,neatly sea known as the FloriSa Railroad NEWS "Suwannee County Budget from-the, bald
''level 'cityof y Belize and killed ':.wr 1': .-.t..q:' 'i 1960 'County Tax Rolls $706,394106.: I Saves up to40onfuel
in the
Company and writer'searly .
.',' ? ? .; 'Taylor County Budget from the
S more than :two hundred people boyhood days was the 1960 County Tax Rolls $605,693.28. ,
Admissions:. .Mrs CatherineSmith: I
; In.. British Honduras. This morning F.C. & P., short for Florida' Joe Johnson, 1.rs' ,Joyce Elaine Madison' County Budget from the.
(Monday) it has been rainYhg : 1961 County Tax Rolls' 32246653. I
Central and Peninsula. Later it
Howard. Mrs Loney Latner, OB H
still remains if
I The fact county
'only 'a .liUtl;! so far, but if became a part of the Seaboard Head ,Mrs Janie Suggs, Wm: H budgets are Taxes will be up. ,tCut an ack 1f1;
up
,
;- it continues we may expect BaileySr, Shelley Whitty, Mrs ,Mary ,,
Air Line Neither; JTernandma Budgets! levied is the only reason
HP-';; coo1er' eather '. and the \fuel !nor Cedar. VKey: 'became the McClamma, I you have Taxes.. If Budgets- are I j.j;
Discharged: Mrs Beulah 'Day, Mrs raised Taxes will be
dealers"wjli get, busy. and the cities contemplated..Jackson'! t UP.U Budgetsare
c"" and' ... r Lela Wells Mrs Doris Wells, Mrs Lowered, Taxes will be less.
goods clothing stores,
dry -
-, r '.d fnlthe' '''JloVfrtJins !by; the ville became the. great ocean. David Payne Toe, Johnson, MrsEthel mew HAVE GENUINE FL GE L s
t r': er' city, although t Fernandina in Wynn 'Mrs 'Catherine ,Smith FOR FUEL OIL, CALLC. LS

..;_.. ;,. continue-" d" flry> tot-'da: s, vail comparatively recent years has: and baby boy, Mrs Joyce Howard T. (Buddy) JHcWiffiams! Jr. Gordon L Williams / .-

'';. '. 1e l; inatoseU'----,: : I 'Wh\f. \. er,' ,ttoods.ii t taken. on+ pew ,growth: 'and is and baby girl L F Kelly, Bryant AGENT STANDARD OIL CO.

:. .' : ___ now known as Fernandina Head, Roy Smith, Mrs Janie, Suggs. HU 3-2279 .ph. HU 36244. Madison t.c.,t;'
,* :1- Mrs Loney Latner, .- T
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: Beach For 'some .yeara followS \ "' "
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BABY
On Scale 1 : SP-1ITH 1
Big -, Betweeh the fa tes'I
"f << > ingthejiWar Mr, and Mrs: Roy Smith of :Madison r cL
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:, The writer \vcnt over to. the I Cedar Key was a. thriving city are the parents of a baby boy ',.

5t; .. Fair at Tallahksse.*. ;the other land, a great_ port However, unfavorable born .Nov' 1. .He weighed.7 Jbs 8 ozs. :;;:

:a.,t.. _, night. We ,figured that with .days came/ the big* BABY' : HOWARD .

hry f the 'advertising' they had done ,cedar mills} plaVed' put, the Mr and Mrs Freddy Howard are Ctvftr Ywr Wiml
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the, parents of a baby girl born .
{ taken in city was buffeted i>y hurri-
& the prominent part .
: .
Nov 1. She weighed lbs, .6% ozs. DMTS witfc
,; the event by our organizationsand canes, Henry B Plant, who is BABY HAWKINSA _

:;<:.-. :, \Individual\i, -the 'newspaper J said to have waited: '{ orun hisrailroad baby boy was born, to Mr and "' -

t ,\ should be"represented: too. Get- the Plant Sjrsjem, into Mrs 0 ;J Hawkins of: Madison, Nov .
.
i r ,
\'< '. ting tp the..Fair' Grounds; ,due Cedar Key, went 'on* t6' Tampa 5. He weighed 6 .Ibs :J3 ozs. r g ,s sy
inStead became the Admitted: Janie. Pryor ElizabethMcDamel
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and
Tamp
to the traffic, wa3 very much ,
b<- I L la_ Watkins, yyonne
':. like getting,JWit.m: .a football -.big gulf city". ,.: ,- Williams' ; Silas Jackson! RufuS---- -

s game. However we Frazier :CRYSTAL CLEAR, SHATTERPROOF'PLASTIC- :. SL.h

'.,'' made: i it.. Our. tour. tty..s_ finallY-\\World Leader:In Discharged Willie_ Franklin; n t .!'

featuring the hundredth James Ealy Elizabeth McDaniel. ,.
Janie and boy: ,Lela V VyT
Pryor baby -
of the 'land grant colleges ;
versary ,Industrial Dkuwwds"Tlie'Cbngo ,
Watkins and.baby girLBirths
and displaying the great;, '
i .
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variety v''of products, was.,) .is the. .-.Bex country Nov .lLela; Janie and- Pryor.James Walking baby boy oi ..... ,.s '

also'the on our ,list,, in, ,tjiis little ....
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highly .Creditable, as were I Madison, baby girl Nov -weight: ;, .' I. :
,exhibiis ,o? tho other ch un- :i series of: artides on the various 7Ibs, A ozs.. .. '... t.. lit'

ties! several'in' number: In addi- countries of the world, 'andjtis: VoMe'' W'1l1iamSMadlson. a baby ; 20Ntr.o't ,. .
.
tion to th; county's': main ,(:XI|I:very difficult to. write:about 'it, bo Novi 5. Weight: t'Ibs, 4 ozs. } J SI I Ort C.Ms : ve.

: hibit, there were the FFA ncl1,due to the unstable:_ con BaH. 1 I1 I II! Hut a6"wW

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Madison and of everything in tneVttfkm i *, 41.wi4Ih
4-H exhibits, the < uP -
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Fw!
eenville.New Farmer exhibits There are two Congos, .officially -. : Swts'S 40n J On r
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4. and many others of interest. recognized" and both members : '. .;:: "" CostS So Wile .

One of the exhip. ta carried the I I of the "United -Nations: _: e Anyone Can Afford If

slogan that the, man who_ tills ,Republic of Congo, formerly need. fran .......blaobael too tntief e. beadacbe to ,, Comparative low cost: ,light weight,
sad altasedsr aches and piles that often N convenience and weatherproofS
the soil is as important as he I Middle Congo and f fR.erly"FrenCh a cacae netiaw kj..t* ulaUer, U tired t, qualities of Warp flex-O-Glss
vat few Woe shale di ofaforU _- -_
who writes a book, and that is Overseas Territory,,with sane on.with ovcr-exrtto vr utimm sad with expensive,breakable glass.
true for cannot writevei'Y ,an area about two and. a hall ,rtrainjrou AjMber rt irvA.H>*Be*rdirf' IDaT"1DiW- '" very one tslowiot wronc foodfecftdftdiM.Ar'B It takes only a few minutes toput
that Of' the state of *i k ... ad1w
without something to times ., atMiac! res eM _
of
-- long % _'.JJt Ir ..SDaaadslrit >' up any Warp's Shatterproof
S3\V"big Florida, aad a 'population of erotic f i.ra I separate Window Materials.: It'. to easy
Wo
the . .
eat along way. .. "
:::4. p. -1'IiHe'tiDc.adIoa that even ths womenfolks enjoy ,
cattle Iea& thafl .a.Ufa. Rejmb- bn.ne, tM.sa+. .t a.al. te ...... i doing it. Don't let cold weather
hogs, beef and ,dairy fctfe. Mr.,'elMvt ana p.faH.' ."" .
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lie of the Congo, formerly: the Z. bV;MCIIthIeIr.olast-ea Wil es krltaUoa catch you unprepared! Get '
horses sheep, goats deer, t mUd '
,: S. >y. diuretic action tea&sc Flex-O-Glass now! -
Belgian 'Cargo with an area to,increase ont tt of of ... fACIe
rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens, .* tabc*.' the..U' vnrt-o-cuss. ctxss-o-m. SQWN GLASS. ON
w tux ar ALB, KXtJAHt U$/-OH OTS SfCUH&.YJ
guineas turkeys, geese, ducks, about that"of theastoftry e .United States .amf I se7a UpP7'good r Wftt*s-:sleep I&a.ct sad orem 1M : ors dl....br Ww tt,Gcolo sit t I
:- .Kiilis&iwl .Mi eo pr., i.i.bLf. ...-- ..ref......
: ; pig sons- and other. animals. A s.t;; '!I.# } < ""
j. > .Wiet1'aMitt', ; fi; j jt ; ....... .
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additka' .f
\ ; ;products exhibited po "s
.i.new ., hlsi
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the t. of -,< #"'"
that :
'.' at &e"Fair was the ,. .. .... .
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MAKEs DISHES _
SPARKLING BRIGHT

I LIQUID SWAN :FRIDAY, NOVEMBER lOlh, 1.,61 THE ENTERPRISB-RECORDERi; :MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE TImEE .

-22 Oz FiyeKilledlnCar I
69 .
Bat. /
f Crash Near Ocala

KILLS UNPLEASANT ODORS 4 .
(12* OFF), ? rM :A speeding car skidded wildly q X '

AIRWiCKMSr.: 10 5-----5 out of control t...' crashed through: .t_
.
..Y .-. guard,rail and smashe4 into a concrete -
; 'oi : "
i Reg : : ly .i ii overpass waHt, Berth, of Ocala .
t1 She '67M: JJ ... last Friday morning;:about dawn r..i f

;. : ; killing_ *jdl five occupants,..: _
..., .. .'," 3 4
"" : It
A P -
t Floyd
'KINDER;TCYOUIrHAND)"" '" ; Trooper saj $ -. : 'r };- seen .c 0. L ...-..

\ ; LfQUlD ALI!! ?t1j.tCf. "****, **=** Losing their lives-wits'in the the accident patroL CAMOUFLAGE> : HUNTIG CAPS ""

a; l : !r._ /I j J were. Graham Wheeler.. of Madison SUITS :<..... t
WESTERN AUTO ;
q '. T .7 fit. ,4' .. R k 3L&l ?oh eoB; who formerly '

I' .;0'( Bbt-: ':,:'. J, -....... _...'..- ...$'MADISON :.FLORIDA! 1 _:tt: J<4 ,... "q Fade livedrherebn:Kelley place what! (:ls to:known PiD :Y''Giov as' the' *-... BUNTING HUNTING"BOOTS "'!. ; ,<, J- :,'Q ..:----SHn.rrt.., ..1r-. : >" ., !-.GUNS'bIFLES'.._.._ "",'....,....oS 7:. '" ,_ ...., :'::3"f ,-

1' \ I BLUE LIQUID LAUNDRY'=;,:: : .s ?I.J" :,JI : A.: ...."",_ '::!\ r :.- and, his both twin' of :.Keddick brother,.,Robert'Grady Johnson Park: ....-,7 -," ,,, ",\-- .,. ...'-' '.- ''t I-. :.e. ,_.'t,-- ...T..... .G-l-;.. :hKS...........JI'""'J;,-....'-.z."j'" .1

1 i wTsTlioSib ; We 'Have a' 'Full Line of os of Ocala and'Shfrl lejrHunt of :Ocala.' _.'"" .HUNTING: w" ,, :- '-oo_.,' __ .VESTS.....- .;:' r SHorrqUN-: : ; 'CESw.'-' Y..-......;,.
I :

s69t:: -:, :.. 9 JdJl .. V t BLAND" MOIL HOME: IIrfNTING.. .' JJAGS>- ." ,. -d,.Bnnrr.. "x'
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ON- NOW .'- G ME' cARRIERS ---:4.: : ..'t'
DISPLAY 1 .- &cis

I ( THE ALL-PURPOSE DETERGENT ..... -' .,..' SHELL; 'BELTS'YSii1hem:' : .,' .,..' JE EF.- .G, '
.
A model Bland home is display
5. ; on -
.JSC ft J; .
C .< 3J' ,, .... PhhiiasaContinues Valdosta ..., .. .
at 113 & Moore St. .T :; '" :, : ;> '
SURL .- .. TALBOTT" PAINT & ''a Bland Homes ad in this issue ,an '1\ Z
: yARMYNAVY >:
1"' through November llthCOLLEGE nounces.- Salvage/C
Ct WALLPAPER ;
zi .
OZk& : :,:" > Castle ParkVALDOSTA + ,' c, ..- _u1 [, t Billed as appealing "people witha :
.Size _, : : $) .flair" fnf' eleganr: living" Bland OP .
GO DS-PAW1'-'S ) '
_ ..... ,...: Vi ,: GA. homes feature a large )living room, I ( to M ..,
THE DEODORANT,WORLD'S SOAP FINEST, .4000: : :: C'' DANCE 1 1i 3 ;bedrooms; family room, built-in- VALDOSTAGEORGIA 111 SOUTH' ASHLEY ST.

NOTICE OF BIDS kitchen, .patio, two'tile baths.: utility -
rt j LIFEBUOY SOAR -- i An .interesting event, of ,the room sodded lawn storage are,,
'4It' The Board of County Commissioners North' Florida Junior College year all 'rick construction, .and carport, HAS SURGERY ,
". Bath .oi C of Madison Florida The Great Sougsof
County plus 8DeICO'Gas 'Conditionair heating.
IJ 'f;_JL .Bars 01 was the first dance of the season !. -fl------ :'-- ,
: will accept bidI.4 at a. .special-meeting held Saturday evening in the -For-further information call MrJ
to"be held November 20, 1961, W om n's Club sponsored by. the K Bland, Jr at CH 2-0751, Val Christmas 'Miss Billie Jean Coody, daughter :,;
PERFECT FOR WASH.. DISHES, at 8:00 P. M on the following: dosta of Mr and Mrs W T Coody, underwent -
fINE TH1NGSI DETERGENT Two (2) trucks, 2-ton, long' wheelbase Student. ? : Council and Social Com ',T' SPECIAL P RECORD surgery Monday afternoon'1'at
.
A BREEZE '- .. standard cab 825 x 20 10-ply mittee. : HAM-R.OCK-'HO.'NEWS':: : '. Tallahassee Memorial hospital; '.:-,

.-::, : tires, equipped with power take-off, Attractive decorations in the ---- ',-...,.' 0.j., Mb ". .. .. .", :, fr m'whiclhshe reported doing :{',, ,
> to fit bodies trucks to be traded club featured arrangements of $1' : ;
Large on
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35-. .. The Ham-rock H D Club met with ,. '. welL 1rlemb riher family have .'
in, with'turn .indicators A trade-in cornstalks and '"
Box ; Autumn leaves ',
Mrs G F' Rykard Jr Oct 25th. The been with her., '
IJJyarice'mus be given on one other harvest fruits and foliage. Devotional was led by Mrs 'SusieSmith' MFSSER- :'.! .... .
1956 truck and Ford
Ford, 1957
one
I FORTIFIED'WITH-EXTRA t ,' with red and green spotlights who gave scripture readings; :
BLUING*f>POWERT / ; truck. 1z 1 highlighting the letters NFJC. followed with prayer by Mrs James i '< .1Mrs J A",Burnet pf QsJtman.1I -

Silver 'Dust' 'Blue '' : I reject The any Board and reserves all bids.the. right to The 150 guests attending had ;r Sheffield. "1atte l1&rIie\C\ r the guest this.week of ier childrea

,. most enjoyable evening. The dance A letter -from Mrs Frances Collins the J: C Burnetts and .thje Raymond -
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DALE .M. LESLIE. Clerk ,. ... ,,
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Re g.: Board of County ,Commissioners created. much interest among the; Teacher of Retarded Children Cowarts. : ,.;\ ..,."_'Ii'{ .-', .
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: .Mrs <
Size. was read, telling how much the Stacy Coggins and Mr P S b' '
; :Madison County, Florida. students and was most successful.- .
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children in her class are enjoyingthe Coggins of Jacksonville were among
10-2t-ch Casual.jand Chaotic Players fur-
rest mats made for them by those here Friday to attend *the TrirkeySh <
GETS.DIRLOUT OFF 1 ,
fAST. 5' ': nished music for the dance. ,
members of Ham-rock Club. Plans funeral .
DETERGENT -S r-- S .' of Mrs R W* Lewis. Mr
.; ,- : *WITH THE. JAYCEES The committee serving refreshments are' under way to make several Coggins remained for an overnight Elks Lodge '
RINSO BLUEReg Tomlin- .
Martha
Mrs
-t + (By RONNY BROWN) ', were more rest macs visit with his sisters, Mrs P J PaiT .. -rJ'g '>
' son Prof.. C Moore and Dr Robert Mrs Howard Hughey gave. a ",
28i '.: At the .MadisonCounty Junior '. more and Mrs 'M L Walker. Mrs lOO"pm\i;
demonstration better storage :
Kennedy. on
space
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.
Guion
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Size who
: Chamber of Commerce meeting i' Sims was here., for .
/ using a dresser arawer she showed ; .'r .
-:ji -7'1.-. last Friday. Red Cason reported how to line it, with kitchen shelf several days, accompanied Mrs 'Cog* saNov; flf .

DETERGENT WITH* ._ 't", .'!- that the Jaycee Turkey Shoot will HEART ASSN CIIAPTEft paper.and.,make-dividers usingcardboard gins home: Friday: ,. .. .
CONTROLLED SUDSCondensci : ..' ry' be held Wednesday, November 15thRichard TO MEET "' covered with contact paper .... '? .".. 's
"All" SIt Uvdi. Lake:' and.*tanSrt.In..fitaro... 'witWfreezer: -tape_ I :f .::.,JI "" :
'.J"' --- --r. -- -::--- \ ; :
--- 1 .; .t Brockman brought the Madison chapter of the Heart Duringthe'social Hour-the 'hostessserved -

Reg 39ESPECIALLY ..: : members_ !up-to-date on the Shotgun Association will meet Tuesday Nov delicious .toasted nuts, sandwiches ? '
Size \ : 14th at at Madison .Agricultural cake and punch. Mrs James
E : 7:30pm' ,
ft Raffle and urged ,everyone to step ,,, .
,
Center. Subject ,will be Conway ..was a visitor and joinedour ,:. iiiir
the .sale of tickets; This project
up '
1 FOR : A film and talk club}' .
;
j- Arterial 'Sclerosis. "* ...q..,
AUTOMATIC WASHERS was designed:,f primarily to handle ,By Mrs J ,R 1tfari n, Reporters.
1 ', -: theost-- the: new; West: box at. ; .by? Dr Royce Jackson. will explain .. 1 .,;..: .' ...,.
FLOFFYALli local football field.* .,.... J f\ causes of ,heart attacks arid ,. .' ..!.w' .
the ? ; ,11 :ro" BROTHER. DIES, 'I"" '" .,.. .
ttrokes.'Fat. diet will also be i P '> V- l.n ,
and ,
20 Oz t.'?. .,. Beri| Pfeil reported that several : \. t' ,. : -:" -- : ; t ::4
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SizeFOR 45.S -. t 't:.. persons and: businesses: ln' Madison discussed. Everyone invited to attend John C Keller 57, .died WedneS- ; ..,.... 'n -

-, '.I... had made generous contributions in : J.frs'.Bob .Lay.. .Publicity .chm. day night in 'J Jacksonville following : .'. ,r a ,
r./ : ,
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USE ONLY IN .. 1-ftELECTRIC'"DISHWASHERS .r'f, : connection. with the new press box. .. a short illness- His, sister, Mrs t4 ';
IDishwher.'AII' ..'Jf Ben Pfeil" won the Gator Bowl Wray Webb, who had been with 1 .1 ;, ,
'. 1 'T t HIT'G'7H000K .
; Tickets Ben's name was chosen : him for several days, had, :returnedto :.
t .t from "a list of, members with the REFRIGERATION SERVICE ,her ,home here-,Wednesday. ;; a ;.,. c -: ,

20 Oz 45+' ;. best attendancerecords. 'He has ,Madison. .Florida: Besides :MrsWebb, 'he' is'sur- t i ".
Size 'r.. missed only one meeting all year. by daughter, Mrs Helen ;. ,! ;!-c
..>.", ......"- I lived one ;: -
; / PHONE HU. 36339if Keller of New York; three grandchildren ;'. r. r .m
n- YOURWHOLE Call IU' <.,' ? s..t..
MAKE HOUSE"SPARKLEI Dr Ben 0 Mercer will spend I' no answer ; two .brothers. 'Sidney 'and "

LIQUIP' next week in Hartford -Conn to; HU 3-2560 Freddy Keller of'Tallahassee two ', .' J
: I -
___ HANDY ANDY\ ; '-"-" take "special course I sisters, 'Mrs Luther Kelly ,faf Tallahassee -, '' '':-, ;" :-: .-

I .i & Mrs 'Vernon Prevatt, Jacksonville '(. ..- -
15 Oz 39- ''. ) and three .step-children. -
,Size CALL .-; :

w. .. '.' -..............."'" .I VaI.stB'T' Funeral services were held Friday '" '
j'".*FOR BATH AND f : a+y piw en t : : at Normandy Baptist Templeand S .- :
\ COMPLEXION burial was in Jacksonville. The : 1;*-'% .

.. ... Masonic Order conducted graveside ". ..
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SOAP .
PRAISE -
\ :; f I2 t I rites.Mr ..' HU! 3-2 271'I'-A '

- i .: Reg 29t.J j II; and Mrs Webb were amongthose" :, ,.. .

.l. Bars." ; a." +..... .a.THERE'S .--,.. : Place 10. ,$I opul Ttendia g;Itie funeraLly' ; -M 8it._, : '.. +.. _.'1 .

!: E ', LAND DEALS -
NO LIQUID ,
DETERGENT LIKE LUXI Whatever type, or sizeof oil-burner or furnace you ,- .

I LUX LIQUID S S Clayton Phillips Keeling and' wife have, you can depend on, us for prompt, unfaflmg '; : "

_ : ParR. to G ,W Keeling five, acres in N\Vfc. ..
Castle :'J' *-*;: t T: "* '*
deliveries'of clean-burning, heat-packed || ? ,;
220z ;p: of SEUr Sec ?rTp 2NR10E.J ,
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1 Size 69t ., -. Eldridge L Sullivan Webb ,and and.wife wife,- agreement to Rufus :.tt; ;. : ; 5L ]''

.- for deed to Lots 25. and 26, BUt A, ". -
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v 1 VELVET NORTHERN'S1 SOFT .: : t The Modern Shopping,' Center,.; Hal Graham StoyS/D V Wheeler, Town ; of and Madison.wife, to S iti&v!

TOILET TISSUE p Henry A Stallings Jr' and wife;. Lot. l f !
22, Lakeside Terrace:
;. ;1- 1 .
1i 4 37* Alva L 'Patterson Jr and wife*1 o -- : t.
Rolls,, ," Robert L Williams- Jr and wife; LoT EE; BURNER OIL >

"-,.'t". ,. 'if.;... Free p a'rki'ng:: :o, Tteiiovr rUle S/U. -
THE SOAP OF THE "Y---; : I .
Yellow Pine :Inc to Alva L jSttct-' j ;<; --- _
HOLLYWOOD STARSI ., S son Jr and: wife Lot 26 Yellow 1. .'". .
E .. r3S : : the odorless, economical. that gives you madnium".
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LUX SOAP '7 Pine S/D ', 'il
; f .. ,+ .. .. Cal-Ky on Company; Standard :: .;:>heat for your money. The combination: d,
Reg "0\ :" >: Oil Company, all of its real property, '. ,..
2 21 ., # i;:;: c STANDARD BURNER.OIL and pur prompt, dependabfe4 -
i Bars < R-,,. .- Visit TheseFriendly; l Stores: in :Madison county. v
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-'-. '''1'. !r-V,* *- "' Walter- Townsendto' .Rosa Bell r, :: .delivery, handled by trained courteous men, will:b4 j .
SUNSHINE'S amy, E* of .LOt 3, :"Blk. '9, East :: '1'r.. ..,.
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1 DELICIOUS : ; ** := Madison SELAmerican :::- :- put. an' end to your heating worries.. G& us :
.. : CASTLE PARK VARIETY STORE : s;; :*- : -- r..,'; -
Sumatra Tobacco Cor-
.V for fuel-oil rigwnat&: .
HI-HO CRACKERS .>your .
to {Public ,
't a poration Board 'o :Instnlc. '- y.. : "
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'TAlOrr PAINT I WALLPAPER CO Maggie Mathis and husband, eta .j

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R Ti l .ELECTED CHAIRMAN .' '. .. '.. t-. ,: .I .*
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i EVERGREEN NURSERY "'! ', '. PETE. BOLASD* BODyHOP, MELTON'S AUTO. .GLASS &.
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,-3. I, 'MarY Helen Karsted '-of,grade! ROCCO I. Duality' :Painting', ...f{ \ _y.." :, TRIM SHOE
S-i wastftp woman$ H'ltCSM- Body and Fender RepairsCoanpact& ". Auto Truck Glass, tX11 Makes"

JJg'1U.O originated T. toy tors. Ulm, PIPE & SUPPLY CO. i Foreign Cars A Specialty tl Custom made-Seat -Covers,. .ToPs.
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the librarian, joe was very jynu Free.Estimates; \, f"L ++ 'Interiors
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and considerate-r ':oiners'; to tnuut PLUMBINGFIXTURESPIPE &; .:. : 1903 MonroevSU: .. Ph/224:: |S 4g Rubber. up such a brilliant idea for graaes'and r FITTING "' 'yO'!: '
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Tallahassee, Fla. Mats. V- ;. ; :J .', .
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b-l 83 on we one Wednesday ;r :4
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WATE13/HEATERS' i a a. ,. 420cN.: Duval 222-5505
f fl in the month .that .we didu't have J .' ,..! -: :1'f ."
iuwigO do s GAS & OIL'HEATERS Tallahassee, .Fla.a .
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FridaySattdayuday * < .
TILE aA14D ., .. .* *.
.. $ __. J *
,5- 'j .r jwu Wednesday all of ouj morning'scnool .B rley.Davias 1it "" "
Padgett's
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23 years Serving The Area
classes -
cut .
j :.November 10, 21. 12, 1961 are snort so '- < :t ;; a .
: ; I iut we have an extra tmrty minutes 1610 S. Monroe St. Ph. 222-8537 NOTORCXCLES' is 'i.i
7' r ;Eat?' '' '
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;. to "% 'T Service .Accessories CAMELLIA BAKERY: .
.nave activities.hAery weanesa y Sales .
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i CAMELLLArx! : BO OOD i in. the 'month was iillea with activities I *- ,* *' .. .. 1 Used! Bikes.from; $150.00.;up -..*weddl{ g j r- Birthday Party!* ',

-. t. in 35 vAeties >- . : except the third one. So. this i a GMAC no down payment if qualify t :> -' Cakes:for all ,occasions ,
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and } Club was originated. We have 411 W. Gaines St. Ph. 222 0130 made to order

I ..... ..:1 ,( > thought of many ideas which mignt Palmer-Harrell Buick Co._ Tallahassee, Fla. Danish Pastries Baked Bread-Pies
.v. -
: ;; ,: ,' ', -.5 for, $2-49:, .., J. "AZALEAS- i.It. ':l interestyou" p or.: this! ciuu. Buick and OpelSales' SPECIAL END OF-SEASON' 617 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-4560

/. 1fjJ : 1. betting committees' together to and Service lt MERCHANDISE IN SUPER.10; & Tallahassee Fla. ,
; ,,;.f: ,gallon cans k read ditierent, books and give reports Extra Clean Used CarsG. *
:: ', / TOPPERS SCOOTERS .ACAPITAL -
;: : on them. .
Heavy berriedPYRACANTHA M.A.. C. Financing '. a a .
,t '. ; $1iMJVihi 2. Putting ideas and book reviewson 1930 Thomasville Rd. Ph.' 224-2191 t' a a- .

: ._ 99c the bulletin board* of the school. Tallahassee, Fla. T,., .-..* PEST CONTROLPest

-O':" ,,<. BUY 1 GET 1 FREE Books 3. Sending off and, reading '.cl-b'l *. THE CARPET SHOP '" Control Termite Proofing
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: and I I Your :MOHAWK. Dealer RATS Roaches. FumigationFor
1z:.. House Plants-Ferns-Landscaped-Plants-Pottery-Outdoor Stoves .
business is exclusively estimate call collect 223-379S
4. Putting on skits which come out TALLAHASSEE ROOFING ,& Our. .
( v: .' Furniture Fertilizer of the books. .These ideas have been CARPETING Nights holidays 385-3433
HEATING COMPANY
suggested to one another m this Sales, .Installations, Cleaning: 1313 Monroe St.

EVERGREEN NURSERY club and we have had two people Barrett, Rubberoid'Roofing We Do Rug Cleaning Tallahassee, Fla. '

'3 f:.::' who are in our club, Florence Coody, Nu-Vent Awnings, Carports, Patios Free home Appt. call 'collect *

: 735 W. .:Madison Phone 223-1981 and Melissa Lee to draw POsters Coleman Heating Installations 224-7242 *217 E. 3rd. AVe.
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:'f Tallahassee. Fla. about our reading club and put Home remodeling, repairS-36 mos. Tallahassee.. Fla.
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;,4 t them on the school bulletin boards. to pay. For estimate call 223.0268 a a THE FRONTIER SHOP

DALE We are glad to be fn the club and "510 All Saints St P 0 Box-2624 pps Complete line WESTERN WEARfor

i : BURNETT: are enjoying it very much. We are Tallahassee. Fla.Your a a *. S- :Men-Women, Children

;; \ DIES SUDDENLYDale also very thankful to, Mrs Ulm forthinking S a ., JONES AUTO ELECTRIC. Saddlery Horse Trailers

up such a nice idea,.,and
Ph.
1927 Thomasville Rd. 224.5311
<-. on Generators Starters .
Specialists
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giving her time for urs. We thank *
HAY Tallahassee, Fla.
f W Burnett. age 53, of her very deeply.. TOY HOBBY, Brakes Relined $10.95 a a '
:;_ Greenville, passed away suddenly of This report was written by 'the CmLDREN'S'FURNITURE; Fords, Chevs to 1958-Others $14.95

f t1t;; a heart attack Monday afetrnoon at chairman, Mary ,Helen Karstedt, 2224 S. Monroe St. Ph. 222-3252. a a .

'-, !' SEVERAL GRADES the home of his brother, D :Y-.Burn Needs Are Our'SpecialtyWe .Tallahassee Fla." ART SUPPLIES
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ett- In Greenville, where he" made invite you to start your ., ... : PICTURE FRAMING :
1i:;; 1: and. VARIETIES .
....>--.r" his home. $2.50 DEPOSIT WILL HOLD' Christmas Lay-Away Now .. ...... WALLPAPER 4.

,v?:, ';' .. ,*., Fertilized Right, :Made Right ': Mr Burnett was a' life-long resi- JUVENILE FURNITURE AT SETZER'S LITTLE FOLKS STORE, Inc. *' ;- CASsON'S, LTD. "
"j TILL
} CHRISTMAS.
STUDIOSf
:'\:"" y' ANY QUANTITY dent of Madison County. He was 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146- MILHOUS .' &" 9' 1326. S. :Adams St. Ph. 222.9669>

: born:at Cherry ;Lake and, had beena Tallahassee, Fla. Tallahassee's <, _' I Tallahassee Fla. '
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UE $18 Per Ton & Up resident of Greenville thirty.years cAlm) OF THANKSWe * Newest BALDWIN Dealer. I *. ":; ,* *,. 'f'.

where he 'was' owner of the Dale W a a I, -
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".rt,' :;:;"*:" at Farm Burnett fSmractirig Plumbing'--'business.and Electrical are deeply grateful for the PIANOS ..... !a's,. .,: .* a a .. IUNITED
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; : He'was. a many kindnesses shown). us duringthe STEINWAY SOHMER KIMBALL : : c. J '

f&t--. We Load the Trucks member of the,.First. Baptist f .-: church- illness and passing of our HOME and CHURCH ORGANS 0 ..>n: o RENT-ALLS! '

.. L.A.DELPHMonticello )'f"Greenville.. mother, Mrs R W .Lewls yWordcannot s WURLITZER PIANOS and ORGANS '"'.";If" 'WE RENT ANYTHING"
;o--..'.- Survivors one ,sonr"WilburBurnett Party Banquet Supplies, Hospital
... ':..".ii are < adequately T3 resswtf gratitude ;- ZABENKO PIANO HOUSE -l- '. PIANOS,, _. z' t-, ,
tools
beds Wheel chairs/ Power
,-- of: Salinaj* "Kansas three "*"" ** -
..._.p'.' '- ; for the thougntfulriess of"our Dial 2225028Tallahassee. tFfa ORGANS .! ij
Florida ;: < I Wn.and. Garden, eqpt;, Floor !'
grandchildren; andtwo brpttiers, D ,.' v" 'vv Efti-
a a I$40-rd '
;. many friends which was expressed .. ,
or .
: Phone ,
d' Office Home PhoneWY : Y i Burnett of GreenviMe and r ,-" .;'.{) B ) ;' Sanders 'S. 'Polis1 ers J: '!_':I
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-. : 7-2213 WY T-2173 Daniel in .so many waysV' ,. ." i i Phr ,385-2828' '" ? *' 619 N:' Monroe St. Ph. 224-6710
F Burnett of Cherry Lake. He Ji ,:
:' "' Tallahassee. Fla.
_ ; S May.: God bless YOU' all. = 1. :: rtn v Tallahassee Fla. .
-r leaves relatives friends 'who SUBE;; R & JOHNSON \.Iv. '.- '
many Gratefully; > ,- ; *-.'* i i "

:, :..- : DAVIS HOME- .SOLD! regret his passing.' ELIZABETH arid: BOB LATHAM. .::. .-4 4
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at. 3 p m in the} 'Fir t, Baptist AUTO IMPORTS. :s .:. ** ,1
: Mr and Mrs W 0 Conlon of RADIATORS REPAIREDMcWILLlAMS '- w6;"
"; '' ". .., church ,of Greenville with the ,' JOHN DRNs t Renault Service Center ; ,BUSH CONSTRUCTION &
North S C : GARAGE
Augusta have
bought Rev Harold Johnston in '
officiating. as- '- -' Renault Car Dealer only i one ROOFING CO.
the 'Benjamin Davis home in Madison .
sisted by the Rev Julian Maddox CELEBRATES 85th BIRTHDAY' FARM the area. ;
and will move here soon. Air ; : Bonded Roofed RemodelingAdditfons : :
Burial Was Tn Evergreen cemetery '. ,EQUIPMENT Authorized Sales Service '
Conlon is in the life insurance Painting, .
-.I business. 'with the T j Beggs Jr Funeral ,J.t.rPrew, Hughey .celebrated his INDUSTRIAL Austin Healey SAAB BMC, Cars .Aluminum & Asbestos JSiding_ :.

..., Home 'in'cha oi arrangements. 85th birthday,' .Tuesday afternoon. EQUIPMENT : U' S 90 West-Phone 223-3506 All Type. Repairs, ._._"

i'. ALUMINUM AWNINGS Those present were his daughters, ,SALES SERVICE See Us at tie Tallahassee For free estimate call collect 4 :

I : Custom built to specifications ., Bob and Beanie Searcy have'won Mr and Mrs W H Sowell of Valdosta 826 W. Gaines Ph. 222- 960' Auto ShowTallahassee Phone Day 22 :7103 3' ',
;" :- ;..Ga; Mr and Mrs Tom Drew Fla. Tallahassee/Fla. "
,' : ; HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. their second United Farm .Agency Tallahassee, Fla; -
.l'-': ofo Pinetta, Fla,; Mrs Audrey Wood, ,- .. '.
) Silver Star for recently listing 22 i '" '... .
Russell
".. I ALLEGA PLACE SOLD properties and making 5 sales,.' Hughey. Granddaughters,
Mrs Owen Fouracrer of Lakeland
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Ga and Frances Wood. received "
He
p' f Mr and Mrs John E Humpf and Mrs P K Rowell spent last week ; '
r Ellis J Alligood of Clearwater in.Macon, Ga, with Mr and Mrs many useful gifts. His birthday WHOLESALE & RETAIL HEATS r : -. I

,- Eugene Davis and their new arrival,. cake was cut and served with CITRUSt : r ?
A j
if* ;.' bought the W Allega place,. east e"
; Connie' .. and coffeeMrs I ice-j.HUFFMAN ABATHMR "
\:: of Lee. Bob and Beanie* Sea'rcy LynnevDavis.ftr; ; ; &j jwam Hughey'*. : i < : ."

handled the sale.For -x- observed ifer SSt'h irthday a COWS AND HOGS BUTCHERED: tfItJ b, 9 .... .....: ir. l' .4. "c..."'*-. ,-,:- ,-... fl. ';* -' '5 1* .
"J'!: J G Ashley Jr is in Jacksonvillethis months Jaefore. i ---'
iI Trees
: ;% week called there to be on .the I '

L_ '<&* '.:..-. Fuel. lOil( Federal jury. :Mrs R L Millinor leaves today -.1 ;; i _. .. S{ : ;
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ra visit hi Tampa and Plant ,
:: -, Repairs on all small gas .r- '1T !<' r -
\ THE'WEATHER
CallHU366O1i
Cit
Y.;
motors. HOWERTON SUPPLY ; SATSUMAS ?t. GRAPEFRUIT "
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'>,,...,. ..- 1 CO., Briggs-Stratton and MeCoHoch : -Mr arid Mrs Hyem Kramer spent .-, -..-..-, vy
;::' .r\ ;' J. B. DAVIS INC : LEMON "'- t. KUMQUATS _
_-i 1:; \ -, Sales and Service. Sunday visiting in Cairo, Ga. Week ending November Max. 7th JViin., 1961 KL I I .,. '


t : Plymouth Has New Look for 1962 Wednesday Thursday 88 86' 61 61 .00.00 I, ::.,.. t .AZALEAS- ., 4ORNAMENTAL, CMIELLlAS' : -. .-'

= '' Friday 86 63 .00 : C.' "
N.' ;;' ''Y''T- ;;{ --- .
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"f 4);' a r 't -S 4..... ""'.. ...__.. .."" :. Sunday 82 ,65 .00 .. (,..b'P>&" .4 "" '
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"; ; $ :;/; : =: Monday 74 69 2.36 ;::..- .1i.4t': r

: j L Tuesday ;, \ '81 67 .00 PERSONAL, ;iLANDSCAPING. :

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.. ", Rainfall week ending Nov 4th at CONSULTANT ;[DESIGN SERVICE

Gibson Tower 0.30, Lovett Tower ; j : .
f ft 0.20 in, Aucilla Tower None Sin

_ clair Tower None, Mill Creek Tower CAPITAL: NURSERIES .

None Madison forestry headquarters .
None 0
OPEN SUNDAY P. M.
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BILL THE BANK
Sun rises Nov 10th. 656 am, sets. -
: 5:38 pm.Moon 3248 N. Monroe .- \:-" \4.\ ?' Phone 385-1326 '

sets Nov 10th 7:47 pm. 2 Miles. Out -. 1! Marvin. -Law, Owner-Manager :

Moon in constellation of Scorpio Tallahassee, Fla.
.w lf Nov '10th. .- -I' '
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a High tide Nov 10th at St. Marks 1

". .,'_-...,,'<"' ,""" "'-l, ::, light 3:35 pm. .
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_.The Fury 2.doo.IiBIIILb p:.1.te f't$3Jjsew l ,i. "..:F free sell Q1-'!=lSavo""" ..' ..pjc'Fred"o riiett.'returned, to .Mr,NEW and WELFARE Mrs Jack WORKER Ross f ,Jr and For FUEL OIL, CaD

models which Plymouth introdtteer-tb! .{ --..= fce ,! the Chemical children and Randy ," movedinto .:
: -engrae 1e-up ,,...: Army, 'Center, Maryland Ricky. : .
the low-priced field for 1962.AH Plymoiit1'idodes'haveanewlookwLicii.ieis.them: : '. L iiu 30-D' Economy -:- / Where'i1e- is %ltfi..the USS ,ladispa last yreefc. ,.\_ -,' J PJOUNSON- '

t / : :: cu.. VL Fury: Y-800* both Army Eiivhxmental'tt 'LaiOriestomzoi tora? :; fjRqss.ia I a new: SfociaT Worker : :

3i :1)&'" i 1G4i:9tht4aI'd'iiiB J1".TJi< .
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J> sew feelLt ride:hand g .-.a' tl e:361/cu inl rf 'j;" Iwitb ;
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Kenneth Burnett Madison _
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.. : A tour through* the Kingsberry i r- -:. ,
Fet .FUFJ-OIL -. ,'
"':-"One way to build: a home"fa to dot plant, / Af -
have C ciit costs. and increased value.Thrfirsf -- .
everytiiBg. by head at the. M site .. '- -- : -=*..t : .... "
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thing that the JAMI
fr. 1' = -measwpe-\\0" mark saw aad '-...sail as strikes sK"f 1 :J "i: ;:,. : .,'-: TH0CG. J *- :>:S

t 1)) .many as' 50.000 deferent" part:*c and 'eye is.. .row; r upon,in row of lumber : \ >,,- -.- .. -". -S ... -. j ... ,.-j
suPPly'yard
neatly stacked, a vast '803-2277' i **" ;

pieces. :;4.v ,. or 'trundled* about by -giant < _.- '., t (Formerly. 'o .'sCW: Service.,()f.Tallahassee, Florldax' ..':.1
T by 20th" standards, -t-* ; -. .
Century S "
'1 :fork-lift trucks that handle loads ...- .. : > *

1S. losr wasteful -aad expensive !with ease that ten men couldn't The =Jade 'paul CfrdewiH-, meetwith : 7: :: :J 'r
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and does"not necessarily produce a 'canyj-Every piece of lumber in"aKkgsberry Mrs.. Paul Touchtoa at 10 .:a 3 i t4 { _; L t

I i good home. If similar methods were I | 'home* seasoned to precise m.- Monday;Nor. : 'ISth"...at. =-her boirie; :1 ,.- '--JVISBES.TO ANNOUNCE THE'OEENDIG. OF._ .
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used in other industries .only a. .
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standards. J .
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millionaire could afford automobile FRESH : : ..: r .;.. .; : : -
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; a television sett.or a dishwasher. Mrs 'J A Davis tha returned home ---, f
examine ofSouthern Stettatcfee .
Mkt2ths2k.
duty to
on every-piece ; "
IBut for centuries, this has been after spending several days in ;the aslte4zahoitI :. S : -
Yellow Pine and to judgeit ,
fpditional in housing. Through the Archbold hospital. in ThomasvUle f- :
according to the high'standards ..
I" small for treatment. .
.
year ; housing was a scattered f -"vfSetuMtikf
...' of the Southern Pine Inspection

operation by carpenters.primarily Conditions conducted Bureau. Only the best of No 2 ..;. _.. Owe.

that produced the multi-billion lumber is acceptable for framing CHICKEN NECKS, I "rVHaV "'

dollar post-war housing industry because only dry straight material BACKS AND WINGS. *' Vm COM!; .

simply did not; exist as recently as can be processed by Kingsberry's! T'" .- 155 Washington: Street, Monticello, Florida
'
30 years ago. automatic, equipment. Through upgrading Slbpkg 69c .: r SQUARE DANCE. ,
A achieved a high percentage of No 1 --- :: r .
home was a prize to be -; ,# :
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only after a lifetime of struggle.:I also goes into production. Other Where? ,_ : AND INVITES: EACH AND EV RY"ONE(. OP YOU TOt ..'. .
typof lumber used are heart red -

Prices although low by today's wood and Douglas fir brought from SMOKED SAUSAGE _t ,'. ,,< ,.AMERICAN LEGION HALL,' r CALLxON. HIM INI THE NEW _EOCATION ''',
standards, were high by the income > *. ;, '
AND MADISON >
the West Coast. Inside the plant ; > j -
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levels of the day. There was no ..,TWEINERSa -.-,
are a host of labor-saving devices ;: "- :f'IE.\, > k
such thing as an amortized mort S :; < r
: X When '
and procedures. -Along one line we4jee i1 COMPLETE NEW LINE oF' FIREARMS i' i
gage. To buy a home, one made a 3 "Ibs > .'- .,.. ,'
walls and 'partitions being as- $1.00'f -t.
stiff down payment often half the Friday, November 17th-8 p. m. .
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purchase price-1-and borrowed therest sembled in jigs that force a precisefit I- < e. : "'fi &&':. & .. -- 0 COMPLETE REPAIRS ON ALL GUNS. .I f'" ':_ ;' {

with a margin .of error of only FRESH CUT .;

could on be a "called"short term at any loan time.that 1/16th, of an inch. An automaticstud PORK BRAINS, LB. .. ., 9c Price; ? ,.' Including- stock manufacturing. .and blueing..1 carry. a_

.- Those who lacked the resources to nailing machine, developed by ." $2.00 PER COUPLE large supply of parts and other hunting and fishing supplies:

Kingsberry in association with Food ,. Come and "'em ( $1.50PER PERSON
payoff the entire mortgage on re- get : .
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Machinery and Chemical Corpor-
quest faced the danger of losing CHARLIE WYNN. MGR. .MUSIC BY THE SOUTHLAND L i .
ation, automatically positions and 'S
both home and savings. In this atmosphere MEAT DEFT. PLAYERS
e SPECIALIZING IN"POLY-CHOKE INSTALLATION '
nails structural members (studs) in
there was no great demand \
place.. DANCE SPONSORED BY THE .
for new homes and no incentive .
Farther along another Kings- Wiring and Repair MADISON JUNIOR WOMAN'S 'J') -'
to improve construction
berry-F' M C machine moves across CLUB
methods. ... !__ __ ___ v Mr and Mrs J.O. Cooke of White-
and 1.nII15JWUJ3_Manville ,:)UUll ;- Electric -
; Bryan
Stimulated. by easy financing and Co.CITY vine, N-'Cxwere: called here by the
board sheathing to exact size then .
huge postwar demand, however the IOTTLWG death of their son-in-law, Graham
fastens it to the studs with a whole !IN,HOSPITAL t NEW CO. Mr Cooke returned
U housing industry is at last bringingto Wheeler home
row at.a time of sheathing nails OURT Tuesday and Mrs Cooke is here
the consumer the full fruits of I .
the Industrial Revolution, and of spaced' three inches apart. :Sr.,. for a longer stay with her daughter.

i the peculiar American contributionto Later,-we see window units being (Past several weeks) I t Judge of the Small:Claims Court .'OneNWlsr Others !of the family here' for the

,that revolution the assembly assembled., and set in' place in. exterior Raleigh _Eugene Dixon .speeding, A r 'Colson is'in the Lake City .. 18 m. funeral were Dr and Mrs Charles
Walls. 'We watch an intriguing $25 bond estreated. I : .:JfrawHny. Bayshore of Orlando Mr and MrsEaS.
check-up.
line. Home manufacturing is rapidly Veterans Hospital for a
into its device that, with, a flip of its Eugene L White disorderly con-! Rot Ntt :.liambeth: and son of Thomas

coming for 13 own.6 of jjhe already homes accounting mechanized wrist, bores and routs duct and carrying concealed! PHONE FO 2-2775 LIVE OAK I] vile two N' C, MrS Jack Harkenridec
and children of Ft
'" the openings, for door lock mechanisms : weapon $120 bond entreated.Moye Wayne Ind
built in the United States... "i 'j : MAKES MOREvHOH Mr land Mrs Gene Wheeler and Mrs
/ which are then installed.on (tj unauthorized .
For the Southeast? } this !11ii'Is} thatjoins permitting d!. because! it .:. "., HAS SURGERY Garland Wheeler and son of Gainesville .
the job. We see machine, Ipersbn tor drive r ; -*
.a and' -
car : pu&lfc '
the .Kingsberry Homes Mr and Mrs .James
typified y .a .l'lrs:Gordon Ashley Jr was a ,.jand Page
the members of a drunkenness
estreated.n
pre-cut u $50 bond *
Corporation ,at Fort I -- Rf omasvi11e. Ga. Mrs Bayshore
plant roof with metal gussets",. so Tebo t :
-the truss Twiggs Jr, public drunkenness ,and_ Mrs Harkenrider are remaining
Alabama in the heart of withher father, Mr Starke Conner-
secure, that not one truss in thousands : $25..bond estreated.' for a longer visit with Mrs Graham
Southern Pine country Here entire of've.. Oak who underwent surgery 'It
has ever failed on the job. James Edwards, ,' Wheeler. S
public drunkenness '
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walls, roofs and other com 0 at the Veterans' Hospital.
Kingsherry We see a' whole load of .lumber! $25 bond 'estreated. ) -r
ponents homes tV
of are "bathed' in toxic solution that .James Scurry: reckless driving, WHOLESALE & RETAIL MEATS - -.

being produced under ideal .manufacturing ,guards against, rot. We. watch a $100 bond estreated.
conditions In' a 120,000: .
.
ABATTOIR
plumbing wall fabricated with precision ? Walter Oliver driving without a QimMAN .
; square foot'highly automated plant. I ,
license $25 bond' -
estreated.
possible only in a modern .
:
COWS AND HOGS BUTCHERED
other materialsenter
.Raw lumber and J .
: Jinunie Edsell
.Hyers, reckless
manufacturing plant.. And we see e J.
the plant through' one end paint smoothly applied to, molding driving $25 bond estreated. YOUTH DAY PROGRAM

'and'leave through the other as and trim,, traveling at high speed Roger Monlyn public drunkenness J : Hogs Butchered I :S
.The Youth of Jeslamb AME
major components of a manufactured through a. "wall" of flowing paint, $35 bond estreated. ) : -

,\ home. ,At the end. of the line specially ,Simp Lipscomb, reckless! driving, church Is .sponsoring a Youth Day !

With the design and Engineering,. designed trucks are loaded with t $25 or thirty days; sentence- suspended program Nov 19, at Jeslamb AME :! Every Tuesday!

-. most .of the. purchasing and about for ch rch.. The youth will, be in charge f
.: one year good behavior.
wall and. roof sections, gable ends r ,
half the labor already at : throughout the day. Purpose of the
'J.. ;>r _completed and other large components together / Waymon Johnson, reckless .driving '
'the central plant, the home may :be. with boxes and packages, $25 or thirty days; sentence program-" is to raise money toward Cows Butchered i

erected "on the foundation in a day, containing smaller items necessary: suspended for one year good be- dI the building of the new Jeslamb

ok' and will be ready for occupancy : havior. I CUTS MORE WOOD AME Church. '
to thecompleted house. In thespackages Mondays Thru Fridays!
1 < within two to three weeks. are represented eMary Lee Tice, public drunkenness HEWMcCULLOCH .Sunday School will begin at ..

; Erection and completion are under honor roll of American industry. $25 bond estreated. 10:00():: o'clock a m. Morning worship I .

( -_the_ ..supervision. a.. modern General.Electric. ..,appliances! Fiberglas :-. Jessie Jones speeding, $25 bond I will begin at 11 o'clock. Evening -
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....... merchant builder-an expert !u>tonly insulation, Johns ManvUlesheathing estreated.r- \>.... T* R' ", worship will begin at 3:00 o'clock:
JUITMAN ABATTOIR
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-., '#' in construction. but in' land Crane plumbing fixture C W Waters disorderly conduct -- The"evening-speakerwill ;>beRe>tJ

fplannIng., community developments ; and .drunkenness <;< A Grimmage of Jacksonville. Dinner I
and nany others. Here you see, the $25 b 1des- E. FOUNDRY ST.

;,J. real estate values financing, business big ,difference that home manufacturing treated. will be served at 1:00 o'clock. PHONE 7621 A'

r < management and many other makes the shipment %oi f r Richard H Bite,. speeding $25 favoriU+ Most powerful The public cordially invited. .< QUTTMAN.: GEORGU1'. : ;".
", : ekills. As local businessman, he ll twelght gear drive saw Loop '
a
bond Pastor Rev J Allen
estreated. : \
large precision-made parts o1 f scmnfed engine. insulated fuel ;.;v.
: has a jealous. regard for his highreoutation. homes-not pieces. Ulysses 'McDaniel Jr, speeding, tnk. Weighs only 23 to. Takes bars .-, Reporter: Ollie Donaldson WHOLESALE AND RETAHf.- .
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S25 bond ..tt-'l....... .... HI 1: "&u i.
-- But what the significance u* -- .. "
IS : wA R. Bows III III {. A1JSATSIHC !; _
: satisfied customers. "
by
creating
Jimmy Williams
all this disorderly conduct Fw Fuel I Oil -
:=:' ; He could build homes by olds .
:. Foir.themen who work in this $25 bond estreated. Prices on McCuUoch saws start as low ..
l fashioned stick-by-stick methods. :' Alfred Harts disorderly conduct, &. I149J95 :
plant it means year-round employment Cal 36601J.B.DAVBINe
: But he knows that he can give the 'tinder comfortable working $20 fine. UU B.S.

owner more for his by 'Howertwi Co .
money
J B Supply '
conditions freed from the lost Day, public drunkenness : '
offering a Kingsberry home. Why .
l$25 or thirty days. -
time and other hazards of carpentry -
S. Duval St. }Madison Fla
L First through better design:
John drunkenness -
in the field. Productivity greatly Watery public
Kingsberry retains the top residential -
$25 or thirty days.
increases under plant conditions ..
architects in the United
and down goes the cost of construc Johnny Johnson (public. drunkenness -
States to design its homes. Few
$25 or thirty days.
owners of modestly priced homescan tion.For Charles Mack-Akins reckless .' #
the home builder it meansa I

"' architect.afford to hire an outstanding saleable market-proven home of driving. $23 bond estreated.. -j i iju.

a' Ruby Mae Hill, disorderly conduct -
uniform "high quality, eligible for
Second through greater purchasing $25 bond estreated. .. ": .
VA FHA conventional financing -
and
power: Kingsberry buys lumber, Dorothy Smith disorderly conduct : ._ ;
and delivered to him at saving
_.. doors, windows.. flooring and all $25 bond estreated. .:
-,..: items of time effort and money. r n =
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-other mJremendous'volume.,
:
: James Edwards public drunkenness -
For the home owner it means J* I
'r:-- thousands of .
sufficient to produce
'" $25 bond estreated.T.
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% home that 'not only looks better, '"' '
homes. Cost savingsand equally '
Tommie Riggins, public drunkenness -
but '"lives" tetter through,) superior
better value dollar- .... .-i
-.t-.important; per $25 bond'estreated.. L
I architectural planning top grade
are passed on to the builder and!I materials and' professional : 'engineering -:;;Amos L Whigham public drunkenness -

the home owner. for long life and low maintenance $25 bond estreated. '!! .

Third, through volume production .,, Willie Anderson driviu it ;;while (;-1 n :-
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All'this fine
is inherent :
in, the : :

.:,\'.-.".-'.. *$| e4 J4f&nje; than 30,000. homes ;Kingsberry, manufacturing -'process,. '.; Tommie. J Davis, speeding$25 f .i i.- \ !: p-:

tfce1Kingsb4rry organization hasiearHedhow.toreduce 1 iis bond estreated,, ,. 1 i Ji ; :
the cost oft which app \-American ingenuity. to. -.f: : _.< > 1 ; :
man's most Important material .Joseph Brown, .public? Drunkenness 'Sff S2TST1"y"i;"jr" : S -

::. homt ll ; :$25 or; thirty .days,= : ; .; n', A>ii ., *iw>w4 il e-ikrcui1.1iete r--wiII'b introduced' this year asa

:r $o-,,: $ualfty7un": three years while Howerton Su iPlY"Co.1s" the'Kings- solution for ft'Wh: -.ila it'-a J analler' car' 'without sacrificing the comfort and

m building costs have risen berry wcfealer ,for the Madison ate .- ALUMINUM AWNINGS convenience of a big: car. The new'Meteor will be a full-proportioned family car with

1ltit--percent the j cost of building I .:'';: : S Custom built to specifications- [fan overall length which :ia nine inches longer than the compact Comet and nearly a

Kingsberry home'- has dropped 17:i HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. : ,[foot sfeorter than the Mercury Montere -. The Mercury: Meteor .will. be available'in'' '
percent) -. I ; ''''t-' ":0\0- oi r bedy:styles,:iBcwli the two-door sedan shown above "
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1:1I :1- BIRTHDAY-----....PARTY Announcing H. The Opening Of

J I : Teresa celebrated '
Gallegos. : her "
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h Ip : f : Noyi: ,at' the Playhouse |Kindergartenr -r ; 1j;
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I i' QRT, witH a party. :
..: ; '_ A. Halloween' clptli covered the -

1I -' H BETTER HEALTH 'Pr k .. t Sale refreshmehjU. table. that held the ; ,Barren's. ;+Studio I
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JIMMY CONWAY PROMOTEDOf m. .. : ;

1 .l I trouse-air? conditioning + ; Favors were candies and whistles. ., IBFL' ..f r rh .

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___ < interest to the many 'friends Punchand. birthday, ;. .. cake; wereserved I *- ;" -' ,,
here :of, Jiminy Conway is a' letter to the youngsters by Teresa's :. Forrest 2-1940

J I tMw Co t.:'ly toyitwtt*. PHATcmw recently' received from :him' relatingto 1 grandmother*Mrs;Roy Morris. ; ( s

his service activities., -.1 ,;'Kim Gallegos assisted .her sbter i.;.;I .. -. y
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Jimmy .enlisted Jn the Marines on In 'opening her.many ....attractive .1
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After basic train- gifts. .4t .7 >
_I jOHN 'P.: GN R.X Island f We' do ? : _B j emoll1l h6to Work ';
S.:C, he left .
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'-- : -We will fake oat-of-towri. : appointments '
on i January 15, 1961, for .\'
:.'. 7 PtT M 1NG AND 'HEATINGHU fcauteyr\ Trench' "'',Morocco,-- 4ere Port TAPPED" FOR;NATIONAL.: Develop Films -, ,Handle Camera SuppliesCall :::.t

a :..s '. 346604 Madison : he Is jiow itaGbrted .HONOR.: 'SOCIETY ..... .",on us for. .any of. your. photography needs'
_ ; ..: ,! fJ : : RecenUyt'Nenty.twQ' >? _.. VT ,.. -
: from. the three companies IC-GARNET;: FISHER..''P ptographer JACK BARRETT. Owner ';
r : I : Davis, Corresponding'Secretary Betty I Stationed t there were up for, Madison friends ,of. Miss L darotbel'S.
:1Lisai(l"L !
: ; t daughter 'of Mr and Mrs
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., : : ... .. .R' Pickles: ;. District;Representative- Promotions nn1y' was '.one: of' the' SL.. 'Brothers Jof MadiSon and Mrs J R: Kelly and Mrs Horace
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Bass. 1 9tmc.
elevenr chosen for :thishonorVHis ,Priest o'f TafiaHassee were guests
"**" '. .ANNUAL .STAFFS Editor ..JackiePepera. Gainesville* will; be interesledi to
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7th GRADE CLASSOFFICERS' new: rattog; that of'LanceCbrporal, af''.Mr i vita R;O Latham several
1 learn
Assistant Editor jOdessa r < of her being tapped for the Pii1TUn
- I Pres, .Sara, Jean Copeland Vice: ,E3; resulted'. Jiw. tes W grilling: : : the week. called .
days
per, Rand Ashley Secretary, Dama' Prince,:LayotitiEditor Carolyn:,W isz, ; National: Honor -. :Society:., :Miss past here by
liglen i .Ro troops;' tearing down"w aPonS 'and '. CAJL { the death'of Mrs R W Lewis.
I :Jb'rench, Treasureri .Jeannie Brinson, Photography ; relU :Sports ,Brotb}ers: & "senior.aV. : Gainesville :: "
Walker ',Business naming::parts :of.weapons anothersimilar -s-
Linda.
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:Stb GRADE CLASS OFFICERS High School, -among-jtbe: five
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June Arnold,, Advs. .Manager: ;: Jean ; tests. He::came=lout first in w. TYCItFf< :Mr and Mrs Hybert Hendry and
__ fesLyn ,lttc oym Vice-Pres, : 1 percent> : the: 'riass>T tapped for .
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Hart the 'tests' # *> t Mr and- Mrs
; 'Nancy Almond ;Cla3S(Editor Battalion' ; weapons and -f- f Benjamin Davis ofTal1ahassee.were
Howard, Phillips, Secretary,. Suzah this high honor. iriitianon
I : : r. < Impressive -
Phone Che >
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_3urnette e, Treasurer Diane Hancock:, Julie ,..Bouland, 'Subscription r,Penny drilling, ; ; : amons those hereto
Id Day, ,Boys ,Sports, Ronnie, l Mc < ceremonies we're' held recently. Write:' lit. 3 Mndis ri; Fla. attend theunera1 of Graham
Jm3tn GRADE CLASs' OFFICERSf! : : ,Jimmy ;isv'
**'. Pres; William 1 : Clark, Vfce-Pres.: Linda Neil; Assistants,. .Batch: Baker lis. :Advancement apd' acbiev i meats : ; .t. -r: t. .; f: -: aft 3H- -Wheeler" Saturday/ ; t- % f
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Archer Sec & Treas. Jimmy Davis;; 'Johnny Williams,7 Make-up :Editor ta the; relativelYshort period; of FOOTBALL 'ROUND-UP I Mrs ,Robert G eand John -DONT'FRET -CALL'SWEAT': '
't.! Sergeant-jit-arms: Williams Carolyn'Davi r'Feature' 'JPeggyEegisteiv'Art '' .. ...
Don SWEATS RADIATOR
: .time he.has been fa "the.Leryice.l; He .f Gardner of Jacksonville were reekguests
'-":Parliamentarian Johnny :Cherry; Editor.Margarer-Hutch- fjf SetO1' SI- if JL i Perry' defeated .Madison High .1 -. .
is now a Junior NCO and will /.their mother Mrs A ,
p im nfAct1VltleS!<.!; !:c ntey,,.)Assistant ;BOon School's$ football teamV SERVICE
T: lpth GIIADE -CLASS .OFFICERS ; ast. .Friday Y. ove1 They came tor- the
duty of Guardon
as Corporal the 'iii' Sahiator
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.' Pres. Howard Barker; Vice-Pres."' ; Feature" Patsy :Morrfs,, ''Copy '; ." night 26,Jto 0, GreenviUe_ lost toSrieads _,, (4f thef.un 1e Mr R H GeU- 35 Years : Business IIIYa1dosta
Post 4 of his {
'' Company! Radiators Cfeaned
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tpj ; : ng 3ofi&fonticelo.[ | bn Sunday. Recorded, ;i
"Parliam -I erett/JJadlcaUOn Jfinrriy: Copeland, Repaired .
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*"f. Sergeani'at Arms"' iWayneWeger Charlie. *:Greer' 'TbraHsson. Typist 'Toy Ra- Mr'and"MrsA. II 4\V>4e Jr"of: At* defeated. FJorida Satia ay pnd. Cars. Trucks Tractors -;Work
-j Dickey. gar sY Memory :Page '-:Vivl lan ';Hicks, lam-were 'guests, fIr: aMMrs, Kentucky, beat FSU. .Miami defeated PEPPER ,:i Guaranteed 1 1S '

,*, :.Junidrs ; : Georgia TridayrTluiht, The I .Hwy.: 41yXAIPPST. CH 2-6907
': llth GRADE CLASS OFFICERJ i Assistant Beverly 'Gibson. '- .. AJHWaoe: hereSaturuiy j .apd: un. ; :7' "
Pres Gaines Howertori Vi e-Pres,':Sheryl .wnu ms.- '. tw b :liighest-rated i ,teams;'in the
'Wflliams 4-H CLUB: President ;Jackie ebirntryr.MicMgan Stateand"}Mississippi xf : i
"Bl11. Secretary 'Sheryl fesBOTH
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Williams, Treasurer, Verona Alder-. I Pepera, .vi -Presldent Harriet The Great .Seitgs.f ,,:both< -"Wentdownfa- defeat ? .

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'ntan.. ,Candy, Secretary #;AnhUagans, Saturday ; =:'-- : ;-aAT -" :-

12th 'GRADE CLASS OFFICERS: :Treasurer Rosemary :Brinson,''Coun- ::1:1 1- ; CliiStiUs. .....V -'. -:--- OKA X_ LETS GET RiD OP ;'EM: AND :!FAST, CALM
.' t.Pt'es6 Donald Webb, ViceiPres.: Edgar ,.cU:J>elegate;Melonie Gibson. : '\. THE FAIFt .ROACHES

Barns Secretary Butch Baker, Junior 4-H Club has: not been SPECIAL 11 P RECORD ,., r -- '''' :- .. ;; IT3ftOWCOLLECT-W ANTS; WATER.

'Treasurer; SpessanT ftagans, Ser- ,_: C& '! I '.-'-" a '. .,< ,"fi' f -:raldv "of..Lee; won: *FLEAS AND TERMITES ARE MAKING YOUR

_ geant-l1t-Anns; Johnny. Williams.." ,:'- BUrman iSTlDENTC9UNCI: |ji1ian>s, 1tlc-.; _?PbsW": 'tiR ..,.. .$1..00. ._;.;.......- :: ', : 5rioPd!p ac 'tti"tliL4-II: .. onie" judging \\OSERABLE.. 'WE XL 'ELIMINATE ) Ei, AND.

' fJ "c Peggy'"Regretter 15EVIL'TALE( :.:. .-- t ',t.. Kenneth DIX n, Reco1"dlng-Sec- '" ...... '1o. S. l conitest.idMdual 5 ," at the Fair: '.. ," ;!lUST .BE.SATISFIEUI. f.-f. : .:
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=:;, d1tor- -Chief Jackie Pegera'l,Sandia,, Sullivan, Corresponding ;: ?uxTallahasseev: Saturday. Pinetta: "
Publicity Editor Bety Harrison;j i'Secretary Marie Welch; TreasiuerVicki .' w MSSER FFA came third ui.,the farm judg- BURKE EXTERMINATING CO.
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Page, Parliamentarian inn contest and 'Bradley $ Smlth of
Gossip, Sister Cante Junior High ) Bradlei ., 1 '
TCews Martha HaI1iltbq. Roving'I Smith, :Historian Susan Smit -Cha ff"ti e C o. Madison 'third to"the individual, : Ffcme 29-J ,Perry Florida: '

I .. Editors! Mary Helen Hadderu...Ruth lain. Jack Davis i '..- '... < .., .j... ... I ;farm'. judging. ,. ..... 'Y.-. .
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''''Everett, Sports. Kenneth, Dixon # 4' oJ 7. < r' .. .. A: : :
Columnist;, redd...Hughes. Typist ..
Mrs T F Livingston returnedSaturdafnm ., ,. '
Toy .Salesman, Gaines f .
jRagans. --- ..;J.U.JVJ. ) { .
a several days' visit : i. : \
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Howerton \..Printer Lewis ... '. it -
Song Dedications Beverly Gibson,' in Tampa with her mother, Mrs '.: r: '- ,
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Sherylt Williams. Hess Sivia! Mrs Sivia' 'accompaniedher ; ';' FOR PEOPLE WITH A Uau- :.;;f:. \, ,- .::"
FUTUREFARME&S OF AMERICA daughter; home for'a visit. ; 1 ,
: Pres Jerry Bland, Vke-Pres. -*- ..._. .A ...._ v :*! *. ; .:
Jackie Goolsby, Secretary Bradley :: -. -. '-
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Smith,:Treasurer Robert-Stokes/ Re-_ Cwwty Ceurt : :. ... ILIII, rFQB" .

portei*,.H J,Guess, SergeantatArmsRay "' ":-'. *, .*,:'.-*l> _.. 1 I : 1i. : ;
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=:-w- -Vice-Pres* Julia Roland, Sec-Treas. $25 or thirty dan -- <* -r- r1r

Chas. Johnson.. W E Lasseter, hunting with unplugged .. .
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FUTURE TEACHERS: Pres Mary shotgun. $35 or. thirty days. ao : } lpr '.4 ; .r.

Helen.Hadden.. Vice-Pres. Jean Hart, .- .Tommy Chisholin speeding. $25or 4, ': -4k ---T:: :hi -

Secretary Ruth Everett, Treasurer th&ty- days. !1J (" -4,.rr.tu'J ..

Toy Ragans, Parliamentarian' Betsy. Gerald speeding, : .......,...r-,.... .. .....wu.wtrsz., .-. v .. .... .. ,.-.w r.,.-
Franklin Bishop i ,_..,.. : :: ..
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"WardVVIee-Pres.: LInda Branneit. .James Lafayette.Hughesindecent '"* flw$it atvxt '- ., ,
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; Secretary Nancy Almond: Treasurer CIRCUIT COURT .- <'' m t r ? : ,,. ;
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k Freddy Hughes, Parliamentarian ,- i..- 1. ,. 55* a.r -
*. Kenneth Dixon. ; ,. .. ',-'T L-? Hife fe* : .

SPANISH Gibson CLUB, Vice-President: PresidentBeverly State" Road Department :and ?ijt 4 'r Ff
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Madison County, petitioners; vs _
Sheryl Williams' Secretary, Sister Carolyn Alstrom et al, defendants. M. ..vn *gTigf&tftr r_ .
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1, (JGLEE CLUB: President Linda Ordered that petitioners are :\ en- < '

i Cook. Vice-President, Jo nn.KeJlY, titled to property involved priorto A; .' .I.

} Secretary Linda Brannen, Treasurer final .judgment,,upon payment 'in ; ,. .

s- T Carolyn Ragans, Librarians Ann tothe registry of the court $6000.G ""' 1' &

1 Owens Gerri Pickles Reporter Rose. F Andrews_ and Murray ':Lou -\*- r- -j .. .hkL Gcz.
Ward.. Sterch executrhc ,,
Pianist Pattie Andrews plaintiffs -
seals; ; '" "C.

'LIBRARY COUNCIL: : President :... vs ,Ralpk E Davis and wife, VA-FHA' FINANCINGfy : *:: ......r" '. .>, ...
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VIcePresidnt .: :
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Ir. :: Historian Judy Bass Betty Secretary Jo Carter Betty, Treasurer Pickles, land involved issued r to plaintiffs.. ;. r -, ;--:.. -..- .. '. ", -;_. .-- "'... : Lsrje IJvirg Room .. Three large Bedrooms- e Kg e .!.

a Bill Taylor Chaplain Peggy Tuten, : omlSoIJbMLAND : ?may Rocm Beautiful Built-in Kitchen Patio .
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It Parliamentarian ,Johnny -Williams, CHURCH SUPPER. : : / ;
..Two Tile ads_ Utility Room i Socked lawn }- -
I | Frances Plant. ;
"Reporter ', Mfl TUt. w i
I M-CLUB President Ronnie Mc- The Shady Grove Methodist = Ample Storafe Area All-back Comtruction ,
Stephen Wiatt church sponsoring a Y ,
Vice-President women are
; -Neil .
l' 2109 Jeuet.&,VoHw Ga. -
Jerry ,
Wooded lot
Treasurer NOT llth at Carport: l rte
IL : | :Secretary Wayne W.eger SUPPER Saturday.- .: ,
'II Howard Barker.BIJRE Shady G'rove school' house. Chicken, tII4..I : Y'
.* President '
I : HOMEMAKERS ham orfish, what anyone would -
--. Greer' Tomlinson. President- want.to.serve\ 'wiUXiCakes .and pies -r. : ''FllltDelco GAS
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... f.t'Elect Judy Cole,.'Chairman Program o.aU. : kinds.. Adults '$LOO, children50c. 'i MOML LOCATW
%.of Work Brenda, Gibbs. SecretarySandra WIIICONDITIONAiR
: ,. \ Sullivan, Treasurer Mary, Start serving at 6 o'clock 'pm. : :- 113L..r.
at 8' o'clock. ,. .>-- ., .
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Carol Naught, Historian Farron : : ; KEATINGHi'M
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TotnUnson Song Leader Ann owens. i Come enjoy all of this. it lt=eli ;&-"'. ': ...1-r" .... .,. .;r;;.-r.J..$ pi":;.'. <;, .'.-._JG> Gel .Cp_ MMMr ltA fcf-
1 SPEECH: President Ruth Everett, fOltt IlJr",. U1lON.. .CAU.t.. > -- G.eeeat Motors gm; w, coMaIco.nfioU -
Corresponding i. +- : : ._: rile all winter long. AIf4 0Ie
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' "Secretary' N 1dV. y r*1 $_:.g Cwds .-;. 11k.J. K. I tAdt:k., ;Central Air Coad&oeiftg nay fc *ai3yedd >1
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I Hecordiiig i : g'Peggy! Tlegister, i '.- at .
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/"''" We will again buy
.: Live.Oak,Fla_ ll-4t-ch your. pecans'
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-,. ''\ '-< FOR SALE: 1956 Ford convertible f 'We Mve:. J/.v,1'i'' '!,

::1 .;',' reasonable price. See ,or contact $2.50bo 0 Georgia, red sweet' 'potatoes. : ; AND WRA1 ..|): ....
Scotty .Wooley, Rt, Pinetta phone Y- !
i Lake 8399.' 11-1 -pd i. 0 Fresh fruits and Vegetables .t II' ) .
S tor 1.ti Cherry t I $ Fresh Cabbage Plants" I : .....: 4 r ; '.-C < : C?. ....:, <
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FOR SALE: Florida Black rye; i ; :s.t.. : ,: -.

> tr f 'it itI 'purity 99.69%, gem riatioq 94%; J. I. Surles & Seas <:<::,...11J.hy, : -1:4toI1: : : :

Borre lupine, purity 9&50%, germination .wb > d i't
94% Pensacola Bahia MADISON, FLA.
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seed, 96%, ... r. '" .. sWeg iSA.h"t..f. Stamps""": ,N", 4x
purity germination Texaco Service Station for'Lease '!IL'IIi:'I..i > .r", Green", g -- #

-,' 90%. -Hay. HOWARD HUGHEY on U S 90 and: 221 highways at MADISON FLORIDA

.. tk.- RFD '3, Box 258 Madison Fla.. I Greenville, Fla. Business good. .r """f -.... t
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11-tf-ch Phone 291 .Carl ,Fullington. Green
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FOR SALE: Four acres of goodland I vile, Fla. .ll-2t-ch I MUSIC' NEEDS

,nice- 364t. trailer furnished, .' Mr John announefthat4hqgproarious
/ HELP WANTED SALESMEN 'Rudy VISIT FRIER. MUSIC COMPANY
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> .. ... running water>and. lights JOEL J. Broadway Comedy Bur in Live Oak; Florida for all your
-r' I FARNELL, Day. Fla. 11-ltpd I OR AGENTS Stop, will be presented in the Madi I musical needs from organs and i

: ,', son Grammar School caf etorium, I
"tt4 FORSALIr: Bone lupine Bledsloe pianos'to records and record players
North i !I ; i Man or woman. Pleasant profitable December 7, 8, and 9 by'the'Drama Ngrid \ On The Select End of fabulous Jekyll Island ; wheat, and Sure-grain oats; re- h.
route work. Full ,time I Guild of North Florida'Junior Cola "F
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"" J.:' r. I cleaned with good germination. or part phone' Fd --2 88; L1'Oak; Jla {

?l3 \ 4 Days and 3 Nights for $30.00 Per Couple CARL, SMITH, Rt 2, Madison. Large repeat orders. Earn $2.50 per lege.The i

'r"-,; :Plus $3.00 for Each Additional] Person; ki j ". .ll-2t-ch hour or more. Age no barrier.Write, play written by William Enge, E
'- ." '- -.. "*** A ; McNESS CO., Box 2766 DeSoto Is a romantic comedy: about a group: SISTER- DIES t
";, FOR RENT: 'Upstairs furnished Station, Memphis 2, Term. ,ll-2t-pd of ordinary people who are''at-once: .- .1
."*-- ; ;: .FreelurkeyDiuner. hilariously funny steadily entertain- and
i apartment. Kitchen electrically I, Mr and Mrs Arthur Owens
LOST: One female beagle hound
equipped private entrance. :MRSE I Ing. and wonderfully touching children of city were called to
this
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a are already way
"" .W"'lLAIITheT' t L McKAY, HU 36956. 11-tf-ch Leesburg the past week by the
; 2 years old. Last seen on No. 53
: 't:< ; rnntUIBgS I with an outstanding cast (which includes ,
: of Owens' sister, Mrs
death Mr
north of Madison. Contact BERRY
L{:: :: 1..4 Free Golf for Two on Beautiful vJekyll Island Golf Courser HOUSE green block FOR RENT house): located Two bedroom behind Washington Rt. 3. :Madison, or Flood'the Live following Oak, as students Cherrie:;' Quinn Spes- Charity Roebuck which occurred

'1vinOakS Grocery. Phone HU phone collect Evergreen 99896 sard Boatright McAlpih. as Bo; at noon Saturday after a longill!! -

'iMAKE YOUR. RESERVATIONS EARLY 3-6309' Madison 11lteh100ACRE'FARM Jacksonville Raph C Lambert, John Bunker White Springs, as ness. ;

1 ' llitpdCASft ,Carl;' Joan Holmes, Live Oak. as Mrs Roebuck was laid to rest in ;

c:, : .......:.... FOR LEASE-on !.loan Holmes,' Live Oak; :as Elmo; Adamsville cemetery, near Cole }an. F
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Highway 221 seven miles northof .
W' f Gary Douglas. Lake .City, as Sheriff
,': Write for FREE..Colorful ; : r'Brochure ;!I
i! Greenville. Will lease from two :
-, I.:... IN. t ,,Jesse Slocum; Branford as Verge; : ,..
: 'to four years... G H THIGPEN
; : : Nice Griner. :Jasper ai:Grace, Joel "
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;> Rt 2c, Box 403','SANFORD'FLk, BoatrightMayo, as Dr Lymari. t t
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; : ; ; :, or phone 11-2t-pd Last year the, Drama Guild offered FreeflogsR.Andresr
Selling Season. Represent Avon 'in
rJ::' Please"s nd.me by return inail' \ '. neighborhood Write OUIDA'two highly successful productions, _
your
7 : ', The e. HOUSEKEEPER prefers work in SWEAT P : Live Born Yesterday mid Angel.>Street.I :--:: : : 1
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Oak
j" : 10\' FREEColorful- .... > .-. on' <. .., ,,,",'. Lee area but will consider other Florida. This season promises: to. jbe even r

1': -Wai serer-Resort' Motel .. locations. MRS ,EDNA ,SLAUGH- better. Mrs J P Johnson and Miss Alice
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MEET NEW LIBRARY DIRECTOR Bevan of Tallahassee returned

:: Name.. .:- .' _..v. >i -.1 c....' ''.. ... .: 14ti Miss ,,Judy -Cdle :Was the. ,recentweekend Wednesday night from a- trip*to
',7.::: ; ". .' ,.r .t .guest .of Miss Alice.''Odom A, meeting was held Wednesdayat Gatlinburg Term, and other placesin

? ', Street: : .-. ;.- .. :;,.':" ..'. !.... ... 'ff't in Vienna ,GSLJ and. ,attended* Miss. the Madison County Library with the'mountains.t : *'

:',:,.,'! :'": ..- ... l.. .. ,.,..4; ;! J Odom's, sweet. .sixteen party 'whilel ,the.new Suwannee. RiverRegional, : : '" -

". : .. City: .'* . ; .,' State. .-; there. -' -> Library Director Miss Elizabeth. c /
< Ball. For Fuel Oil"
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J1 Inc. Townsend, acting director,. Mrs .L. E '
f;'', .: ', The Wanderer' Resort Motel James M Payton Manager Leslie; librarian/ Mrs Hazel Plant, Call'H113-GSOl _
Jekyll Island, Cteor toN E5-2211 Atlanta Officer 525:8159Todays ...
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librarian
Mrs Hyem Kramer
Prp-f.hmfma 'IAContinues
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I;<,' 'l WHOLESALE '& RETAIL MEATS through November 11th < [and Mrs R L Millinor. l J. D. I/mid, 11'\ _

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NG FUNERAL SERVICES M Mrs Gazzem Barnett age 91, !' -:
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..... r died in'Tampa last .Saturday 'aftera ;
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Funeral services for Linda Jean' short illness.

Strickland infant 'daughtigjjpt'> Mr Survivors besides G A Barnett ..:

and Mrs Leon R Strickland;,of 23X8- are twq other sons, H B Barnett! of

clean-burning Shell Vincent Rd. Orlando were held at Tampa and B G Barnett' of, Jack h

Heating Qc\ r giye : more 4:30 Thursda ; Nov. ,2V at X; J Bespt sonville, aDd rye grandchildren, ... .6. __ .. ... .... "
.warmth per dollar. And help Funeral Home and Interment* was Fufteral' 'services were held Tuesday .. &.
Use Lay-a..waypJa
hold down repair bills. in Hopewell cemetery. Nov 7th in Tampa with interment t
She is survived by her parentsand in the family lot at Eagle S ,. '

- ; Get Smell Jfeating OU together maternal grandparents, Mr 'and Lake cemetery Western Auto AssociateS Stoi '. :
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_a_ with valuable heating oil Mrs Bill Lamb, and paternal grand- .- -" '"'. 1960 Chevrolet Impala :""
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mother. Mrs Eva Strickland of. / IN J. J. SALE. JR., Owner ..
service.
''' Word from Rev and Mrs John

; ..,.. UNDERGOES SURGERY LaMotte and two children, Kathy $1995 I .
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Mr and Mrs:'J Floyd :were"..;P'1 Switzerland for several months is "

Jacksonville from Sunday :until that, they ,left Oct 20th for:' tHeir 1958 (Oldsmobile .98cleu To M Greenville

i Tuesday to be 'with,their .son Jack mission work in the Congo. They hfiolice: ,

w I Floyd, who underwent .surgery, will be stationed at Luluabourg; < $14951958Mdsawbile88 1-"H"',.II c '. '.

there Monday.A ? where the, Presbyterian Mission has Subscribers. ,
tJ '- "'.' ,,;;', ... its offices. I ( : Telephone

Mrs LaMotte is the former Olivia ,
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small flash fire ,in the rear .r. '
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Bishop' of- .
Greenville. .
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Call HU 36601JBDAVISJNC. of Vickers Implement Co. Wednesday $$1495power .... ,J.I.., '.. ,., '::
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L morning, was quickly extin NOTICE. OF, BIDS .
d. .:: .; ..: All'telephone.. numbers "in Greenville'-'will change at 2tOO;
.. gwsb 3" .. f .r S- steering. power brakes,, :air' f f \.;.;, : <

! i % DEEP And SHALLOW 'The>-' Board of County Commissioners.Of ""l conditioned, heater. 7i.i\'I., ', 'Wa.')m. on SundayNovember:.latn, .1961. .,,
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: ? WELLS, up' to" "4-inTjat -s 'Madison County,,-Florida, Chewtlet '' .

r lrt DION. FLA. SUPPLY CO. will accept bids at a special meet 1957 V-8 : !
ri : 4 HOWERTON At this time the. new: exchange will be placed infsee
ing to be held November 20, 1961 .

at 8:00 P. M. on, the following; .$1095 and new telephone directories' will be ,distribiited-pribr-to. ,
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-"r' .... PAYWG, : it 1300. x 24, 10-ply tube type tires, Bel-Air power steering, powerglide.,. -November! ,- : / .
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12 foot hydraulic sfriiftable mole clean -> :

,-. ... board not less than 125 horsepower : '. '* -' -' s
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,- diesel engine with muffler, direct 1957 M- V:8 Ford r: If you are a;party, line subscriber your telephone i .Win ring;
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electric starter, with '
open cab l
when dialed.
number is
only your ,
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windsheild constantmesh transmission # f'"
$995- .. .. ,
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hydraulic booster steering: i;. :; -'

.', ',. A trade-In allowance must be givenon Fairlane 500 radio, heater, :.lNJ Q-\ ''!This new service,will"also enable>'other cities having Dh-ectt;
one used Gallon 118 motor j
II rnatic transmission
grader. J : Distance Dialing 'jto dial Greenville numbers without the

: : The Board reserves the right, to _i '. ?*. J. .'...f\
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"jUt:" : ':. reject ,anyfjand all-bids. .,. : : 1358: Cberrolei BeI Air ;k '2jsslstsnc of an i opjprstorJ i ** $> "s ,-*- ,
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_.. 'Good stock_of. fishing: and hunting 1 I ..,t'1
Soheastern T
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two exceptions; ,,the; ) Thv' I
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Christmas in these' 13Ible studies nIX..'. If.iw. ,1'
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"be.concerned with one question .
and its several answers; :87' ,
,what means does ',a', Christian .
t 8rowt. Vpto how. we have beenthinking -,' 4. _
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parts or activities r ,', Y.. )s., ir:' n MY1: e'
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try to see whatmakesthatgrowth .",' : -
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is the Giver of every good and 7
I perfect gift, that it is God who : .
works in us "both to will and to 1%, .'.
;do" what is pleasing in hl&.sight. ...
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imperative, 4. .. .. Y,;,
asa command, in the New Testa, : } .'+' L'r \ :Ar
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t ment. These next few weeks before E.r Jt.1.
the New Year will give us %: ,
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a' chance vtp think how we can .

:obey jthat,command. If you want <( ;: ,
to keep it, use itl! i-J( r ;

Some people, reading Jesus' :
parable of the.Talents, are both- c"i
redby it.'Why IWU' the man's j ,.?ttIW, 'P )
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poorilittle one talent taken away t'' --"

from;him, 'and ''why, oh:'why was' ltJ HIDdi :
,it given,to tbe man with,ten talents ;..0" : ; V. ER V.'t .
already?-Maybe Jesus' parables :
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are not all to be taken 1 ('
{literally,,but they mean'some. '. .. "':$:Tvn* I
thing: The meaning! .of this, parable <. . ,

is two-told, positive .and : ... I ..._ __... ..:. I ;, : .._ ,. _._ __
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,negative. Positively: If'you want ":' r- ': .''' r: io-1
to keep .it, use, it! .Negatively: Maybe it seems odd to think .that, anyone has to '"dis : about tie* Bible. Or- eyrved.: .it excI iv ll..forSunda s;. '>:))f.fIf 4 ,
What you do not .use, you may & .' 4fnl.cover" : .
'not :keep. It is pretty plain iL.' think : '.' '
.that Jesus cannot .be takes literally ; the Bible. Yet stoPand how few of us really in, church.. If/; : .
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skyrocket, net it off. It is not true it ,
that if you want to keep a dollar '. .. Now, there. is.: a Y great and blessed resurgence. of ,Bible l
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must spend'it But it.is "* .i'.41 --
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spiritual realm. Do you have a ; ? : j reading in our land-tQ to thegr eat work of, th Amen. ; ,; .:;

,'good head for mathematics. If strY nun ste rs could quote their 'Scrl tures. 'BifilicalailuM 1 1 -
you want to keep it that way, ,. ; .- can Bible Society. "Youngsters like these are learning new :;'
'" r don't'give up your math, keep > .. onelaricTalL: I I ,
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t'with it right on through school. CVw truths for themselves. They are puttmg'God's wordnot just : ,!

\ ( Do you'"have a ,gift for Jrlend-"] .. 4--1-\ c %\ '. -; '\t" .' ... '-J. ... .. .Jr'. "l/ ,

<, ship It will grow in proportion have I I ; .: :. Then somehow over the years, a !lot 'of *peopl> 1 forgot' '. 1 Into Sunday,'but.intojev ry 'day./ % .. _'I. i-
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The Christian word for 3 using v rt THEIJJ
what you have, in God's. *,service .' }' FHE! CHURCH. '; FOR ALL ., ;BALL\ FOR THE. CHURCJf.Z: __, .. ..... -.;;,,;..
and for the help of your fellow- :.
man, is Stewardship. That word '1 i \V. 0 :. The ChurcH is the greatest factor on-earth for support the Church. They are-i 'CI I )"For 'his:" ,\\",: '.

has pie's come minds to, the have sound, in many of money.A peo-1. i "! P.0"- & .the-.building of :character and good citizenship, own sake. ((2)) For,MS children' sake.. (3) For r., f

good steward, we- are told, is l : 1t .. It is a storehouse of spiritual values.. Without athe' ? sake of,his community and nation." '(4) For ,

one who tithes his income, is f-" I :strong Church, neither democracy civilization, the sake of the Church itsel, which needs<. his ..' '
with the less fortunate i THE WORLJ> \ "- .
and generous so on. But while that is good, ? .. --.. a ':an survive. There are four sound reasons why moral and material support. Plan to go to -"
it is not the only kind of steward- f -- 'A 'ery person ;should attend services: reff-My.and church regularly and read your Bible. daily. .

ship. Time, gifts and aptitudes, Jl. .
skills of any good kind, are equal .Y a ,J if'.

ly the concern of the good steward '., F .
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of' the of'God. And of '
gifts .
all such things, it is' true that i.'., : ,, :'St ,p;':s '.. .Monday ... Tuesday Wednesday! .-'Xhur.sda _. FJiday Saturday -- ,
what you do not use you may r 'v-:' ., '..; 'p':; .''" :. Proverbs' .'" ."- Jp1 n Hebrews, .Psalms Psalms Matthew ''c>' 'd of

mot keep. } '} ,'-'to.. :. 1 :1-8 4' 17:1 11 2:1-10 119:33-40,: .119:105-112 13:18-23 .
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ample. They had everything, .- \ 4.t" .. t if p.
learning, leisure, the Word of God \ .,. \\'" ,'T..- I" i I
in the Scriptures of which they 'W"t; r.P- ;:'" O" :'._ "' I' .l." Oopyriglxt: 1ft4tl Keister Air >Scrrice,.Lie., Strubarg; V.f .i.
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itual they were leaders, but of.were Israel.not:They the-spir be- : : ;vi : v: '. -. r ;' : : or '- ,.' i

\ame enemies of the Son of God. '" ; -These Religious' Message.. )! \Are ;.Bei. 1g. -.Published'!.Each Week, Sponsored. .. by. the _FoUowinpViIndividuals'and "j<':. 'i /,:f", "
,His most outright attacks on any -*.- .IJ *. :. .- "''Establishmenta *, -'. .'' ." ..?"vSfc-I', 's' "" .
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the Pharisees. Why, with all their { 0, '!t
opportunities, did they sink so ; ; : ; ,
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low? The; reader of Matthew 23 'c ..
will find more, answers'than one. f;<"i1e-. : 4' :;I?, @ eeee@@CMWC K eHEiiBci icMNKii fMgg_ cHwt c: ciccagceeg a3gi." ,j, g. I _. j

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want Pharisees'to grow tragic as.Christians, road-'if then we : fe%* rt t-. *" *.--'&I ..-. .MESSER' BATTERY. &'f TIRE'.f .:: \\ THE ENTERPRISE- : RECORDER--', '. :: 'it". ...,. f ::
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heaven whatever gifts and op Vr.nj. :: :.,1 from! the Boys i "f .,.:.vDUNN ....
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Most of the time we' just go from '! A'. ;:': ::. ,I J. BL DAVIS 'In C. '\ -. .., -"'"P # y' ,. It if'l'" f ...Jf''l.'?,--. .,- .
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I and choices is greater than .:''s' : iV: .<4' When your ,clothes are not becoming to you they EhouMFraleighAshley 'JK'.. ;-, "
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,_PAGE TEN _., THE ENTERI'. RISE-RECORLER, MADISON, FLORIDA:: I:.RIDAY. NOVEW8IH 10th", I96T: f



II': The E-R Has Promoted Metropolitan Madison ,Since 186'5 ''I j




II : '! JuvethktheMMadonthSaIeatSE'17ER'S- I McLeod.votes were Following as follows discussion: Ayes; Smith.the '

_. .. Nays; McLeod, Milner_ and "Phillips. it.s jrostieman! J
The following letter was presented o :
to the Board by Dr Marshall '

N' Hamilton President of North Florida jrostieB"ihat.
\ Junior* College IS
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October 11, 1961 -
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Mr Griffin Bishop, Secretary
Madison County Board of GETS EXCHANGE POST She will be assigned as a person

; z Public Instruction. nel staff officer with. the RAF
-i-- Madison, Florida '.":: 1 Technical
; Training Command at
I t : T :.. Dear Mr- Bishop: ', Copt Norma E Brown, W .:'A: F Brampton' Hunts England.

The North Florida Junior College" Squadron Commander af: Andrews, Home town for the dynamic
Advisory Council Executive Committee AFB, Md. -slated- to report to \V AF is Madison Fla. (.
recommends the attached England Nov: 28th to begin RAF .f
priority list for Junior College
project -
Exchange duty, a maximum two-year ,
construction _This project list duration. Only two WAITs, are assigned j i Free Dogs-R Andrews !
has been worked out with thehelp
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under the exchange program..1
'of. Dr James Wattenbarger, '
b 1x r'0i Director, Division, ,of Comnanity -- I

Junior Colleges, State Departmentof ;
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Education.
Very sincerely yours,
Js] Marshall Hamilton President

Motion was offered by Mr' Mc '?;.. .
. I $2.50 Deposit Will Hold fill :December 15 Lead and seconded by Mr Smith fr v -* X** ** \'*
i : (adv'? to approve project priority list as
submHtedTMotion carried. )
i MINUTES BOARD OF Council, on 4 August 1961,discussed : There being no further business, VETERANS'
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION the problems''involved' in contimiing BOard'adJoumed.. '
FALL CO'ME'!' !, the '
October 19, 100 girl's basketball as a varsity sport: W H BAILEY, JR., Chairman t t1.

,. The Board met In regular session in the high schools of Madison ATTEST: :,.- *DAY ,.
t;' SQUARE DANCE on the above date with all members County. These problems'J'e: GRIFFIN BISHOP, Secretary

Where? present. The meeting was called to 1. 1.fostschools 'offering, cpmpetiJiorr ';. .;:.. A single day is all too short 0
,., order by the Chairman, Mr Bailey. have already discontinued girls' '
MEET NEW LIBRARY DIRECTORA 'ittne to properly honor the member
basketball
and opened with praye by 'Mr making scheduling. 'a
/AMERICAN LEGION HALL, Smith. most difficult situation. -. ,': 'tf our armed forces for their noble!

MADISON The chairman called to the attention 2. In three of '.the four schools meeting was- held \\fednesday defense of ovr country. J/ .

of the Board, District meet. involved, Jack' of public support at the, Madison County Library .with Rather, let us dedicate our.
When? tog of School Board members 't.be .. makes the activity_ a financial bur- the new Suwannee River Regional selves anew to day-in-day-out de.'
held in Tallahassee, October 25th, den on the schooL ... LibrarY'Director, Miss Elizabeth ;
"Friday, November 17th-8 p. m. 3 'Mr Alex > i votion to the ideals of-freedom
'. at p. :m. Smith .and Mr 3. Most authorities
the field' '
T P McLeod were authorized to of medicine: and physical education Ball.Those present were: Mr S L which they fought so bravely and i

i Pric. ? represent the,'Madison,County Boardof I agree that strenuous physical activity Townsend, acting director :Mrs L E steadfastly to maintain. 1

t'" Public Instruction this meeting. for girls of this age group ,isnot Leslie, librarian, Mrs Hazel Plant, ..
Florida -
r $2.00 PER COUPLE s The following :letter was presentedto in the best. interest of healthor asst; .librarian, .Mrs Hyem Kramer. Bank at Madison

:.! ( $1.50 PER PERSONI Board. by Mr ALex( Smith: physical welTl>$ ., and Miss Irene Williams, trustees, -
.' ) October, i9ol and Mrs R L 'Ml11in r. t
MUSIC. BY THE SOUTHLAND Mr Alex H Smith, PERSONAL For the above stated reasons theMadison :

:' PLAYERS Madison County Board of Public County Principal's Council '
j' Instruction Madison, Florida respectfully recommends that girls' For Fuel Oil sf 4 a'hx
DANCE SPONSORED BY THE Dear Mr -Smith: basketball as a, varsity sport be
f' "MADISON JUNIOR WOMAN'S I read your letterthis -morningand disc nti 1Uecf' in all schools- in Madison HIT ,y
CaD 3-6601-
f thereafter Bobtsrowmng County.JsJ -
CLUB .meL\vith -
shortly
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.!<< who posed ,the same Cfecil I Hartsfield, Chairman, y [
; problem to me. >% took the oppor- Madison County Principal's 'Council J.' B DAVIS INC'
:. TO PRESENT BUS STOP tunity to review some of the, ma- The motion,. was ,seconded by Mr ,

{ terial .hi.health education text: ,books .. ,.
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1r| with regard: to the interscholastic i t. .
> Mr John Rudy.announces that the -
I basketball playing for girls.General .

-uproarious!Stop, will be Broadway presented, Comedy'hi the *Madison Bus- following were statements all that.sucfi, could as the be 1'i:: i e The one low-price compact that's every hit; s3

: Grammar "School cafetorium, : ,.
obtained from the textbooks: ,_ .
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December 7. 8. and,9 by the Drama J '! : '" h

1 guild of North Florida. Junior... lleJe. participation 1.:A physical, ,anJ cxamhiation as needed prior, during to : it looks-Valiant '62 '

-Ji the academic year- is necessary to '. :. as lively as :.i L I
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The play written by William Enge.
the health and welfare of
its a romantic comedy about a group protect .w" I If
participants. '* .
}I of ordinary people who are at once ? ii,, ,)L ,
.* 2. Medical and hospital care -'iMW ,;, ; : .t. l'
3np Tiilariouslv' and wnnderfully funny.. steadily trechinp entertain. I should be available. : 4 r ,: :

... Rehearsals are already under wav 3. Interscholastic competition for 4. -: : :
; should be limited to invitational 't"3'c 9IJJ' : :
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nth an outstanding cast which in- 1-_ -- t
events such as sports day or play *
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eludes the students O rinn"Flood. + .
following : '
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... days where mass participation is : ::9l'knikiK .
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: Live Oak as Cherrie; Snes- k'" I 4
sand Ftaatrieht TWV'AlDi as Bo: emphasized.
4. All girl athletics should be
john Bunker Whit Sorm" as I taught coached and refereed by ..
Carl: Joan Hnh'tps. T. professionally prepared women L'k1 : '
:loan: Holm(. Tw nak. Ac 'F.hyt y
leaders and should be divorced entirely '
Varv Pnimla T.q Vo Citv. as s She'-'ff' r I from interscholastic
any
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"Nicje rinPr .T"' 1'\P" : CP Gr.Tnp1
} athletic contests for boys.
; Jesse Sloe""". "Rraffos! V rte; "
=4 3MtrlCht. M'v ac 1"T. """"*". -I I Generally speaking, body-contact :
.. Last: year the Drama G'I\! ; a frv1 sports are not recommended for ;"'"
I girls (volley baIl is favored over ,
t-two } iahly r 'Qum CI'1I1 zrrvJn--tnn} : ,
i, 3i'n V-tpmav a"A, Ap, vp1 !=;fraot. basketball). The final judgment of f > :?: J..... ,
-a |*Th' season: promises -.to. te"better. even whether *a girl can participate' in "1J.;
recreation
--""r-r--' interscholastic, physical is i

a matter for the ,private physiciansto' ., Wl70eiAT
rya! roway
: determine --- .ia;

-' 1MAKES MORE MONEY My own personal feeling is that \ I
girls can :do well in sports where ,
it --=-
Because they are not required to be bumpedor 2..; ';l't .
bruised particularly when they >
are in the adolescent period of rapid
growth and' are developing sexually. I
Also there might be contraindication ... THF I
during menstrual periods. A blow on
(. s t # the cheek to a boy might not be considered _
an injury at all but to'a girlit
might be tremendously painful if If

i it should strike the breast., Some. .' & :;

girls can participate ,in, competitive
basketball and I do believe there is : 1EL.LYou're .
a professional girls' basketball team : .. .

which tours the east coast. If I

were on the Madison County Board looking at the sports-loving: compact And this new Valiant has the- distinctive good looks j ,
of Public Instruction and, had to to match its gumption. Americas; most famous ; -
'" .'tel make a decision with regard to girls .: p car given- an award of merit by the Society of artists recently honored the 1962 Valiant: For the -fii.

..t''<. -! participating 'in interscholastic \ ,.;,: \ Illustrators: for design excellence! Come-see" it!--_'" first time in seven years, the Awards Committee of d'I.

: basketball I would vote *"no"- ; the Society of Illustrators has bestowed its coveted .
'
". N If anything comes up to alter this Unlike some compacts_ Valiant will take off like! a ,citation on-a car-Valiant! fl .
decision in my furtherinquiries Iwill kitter atthe. "' Y _
:. scared :. drop pf- a" Scat:: u'd.b: e -
write you a note. to extra for an optional engine in most any That's even more proof that the 1962 Valiant Is'
} pay
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; : CUTS MORE WOODNEW Thank you very much_ for your, ; other compact at Valiants price to match Valiant's+ indeed the Style Leader of the Compacts! 4 .
interest and please write again -if -
any problem comes up. standard lQl-hp.fconomy: Six.. For looks and liveliness, you just can't match Valiant" ; i j

;;; McCULLOCHONE Sincerely A modified version of this engine shot Valiant to at Valiant's low In.itial.price! And t this year's Vaiiant' _, !! :

_."' \ ISI] | Nicholas; ,. MDMPHFAAP .\ victory overall eri ari"compatts-competingin.: the offers a bundle of economy extras. Like half-as-often- :
t ', 1960 and '61 Daytona Beach compactcar competi oil changes and almost-never 32OQO.mile lubrication

:' ,- : CS2 cc: Dr,J K David. Jr, Pres.' ;. tions! Yet. for"all its go.;Valiant puts.l plenty! of carlton major chassis points. See your Plymouth-Valiant .
:7 S' Fla. Pediatric Society : A .Valiant scored dealer. Drive the low-price compact that's
".- free miles between gas :)um s._ qualify- '
to be forwarded to "
Chairman '
Npcutters favorite par drive! Most siw.powerful Loop fIIIbtceight School Health DepartmentA .- 26.13. mpgr-' '}.i n'., e.lastMobil' EConomy Run! engineered by Chrysler Corporation.Find out wh y... '

scavenged enrine. insulated fuel motion taras offered by _Mr '
... Weighs only 23 to. Takes bars Smith to approve recommendationof : s Nobody,teats VALIANT for value -
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Paddle
49 to 32plus Fffriees -
the principal's council as shown : -4 .
,aMI PIqe Bows. Ia&I $ > -. .. -"'- #
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below: ,- t po' \ ,a LEADER: OF TJiE COMPACTS

oo. McOiiMnrh saws start as low August 4, '1961, .
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Florida .
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Little or Big that he is in school every day unless I Appointments made last Friday by. We have gas heatersfor '.the to '
providentially or. unavoidablykept Governor .Bryant include:
jCi'jjitAccounts- '. from doing so. This applies I :Mrs D W. Chason and Miss Irene real a.
>,' from the first'' grade right: on Williams to Madison County Library' L P or Natural Gas: !
Board (reappointed).
They AD Count' through the 12th. Every single day Sidney McLeod to Madison Coun- also .oil heaters.
: : in every single grade is important I I ty Health ,and Hospital Board, succeeding :

f' With Us! '" in is":'-the school.first Regular step towards school attendance quality I Lamar Andrews. Western Auto Associate _

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.j REGULAR, SCHOOLATTENDANCE mother and the child should reportto
school just as punctually as his I v Y
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By Principal M t. Powell, in Jasper
cases of real necessity is to encourage .
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Last week we "tried to point out other matters: and areas of life. .
; the needs for a greater quantity and Poor attendance at school results -

better quality of education in orderto in loss' of precious time that never \Some cars have new names. ,
.' meet the demands of today's how .
can be made up ,no matter ..
4 world. This week we' will try to hard we may try, So many children ( ,

i point out the need for .regular and, parents are deluded in the idea j to. !. this name willh' new !
t school attendance one means in ,
as -
I that almost any amount of school 4!' ,.." : :
making start towards obtaining
a
C this quality education that every :time easily_made may up.be This lost is and not then the caSe so 'i :. '. .E- .-. 'The name, is fa.miliartlte Ford Fairlane 5OO. The car itself is totally new_ "'

!. receive.child should have an opportunity- ,to -we are moving at far too fast .;. ,:. yoiill see nothing i else like it this year. It is one of Fords milestone designs :: :* .
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We have just completed the speed in school to make that up much j', <. i I be as influential in its way as the mass-produced car '(aFord
lost time. The fact is lost ...
second month of the 1961-62 school time can, never, really be made up .: the first popular station. wagon (a Ford Wagon), the first four-passenger
term. The attendance report for \ '
this month will be found in a news in to any do so area but of we life don't; we may really pretejid do it. ... car ( Thunderbird), tile world's most successful compact (a Ford

item in this issue of The Jasper The tragedy of poor school attend- ,
News. As look at this report
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to determine whether ance often works something like cEz::: :: Right between Galaxie and I Twice-a-year maintenance would be gratifying In
yourchild's
try
this: Quite a number of youngsterswho Falcon in size and in price Service is reduced to a minimum-30,000 a car this size it's a
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will be the 1962 Ford Falrlane 500
anticipate that they miles on many items twice a year on the ,
build up or tear down the attendance absent tomorrow -will not get uptoday's ..I:" ia j$ just the right car for just "rest. You go 30,000 miles between major Preview America's
record for his grade or section. work because they were absent "} : 1. about everybody; you have never been lubrications, 6,000 miles between oil As part of Preview
The attendance record in itself has able to buy anything so right before. changes and minor lubrications. You Fairlane 500's are
merit yesterday., So, actually, three .. R;: Big in room, ride and performance, it don't have to touch the engine coolant- highways and main
no special significance or days are lost because of one day's '1 : : is still priced under most compacts. It antifreeze for two years-or 30,000 miles Watch for them.See
except as it affects the individual! absence. Tragic-but that's the wayit .t1 ] nurses a nickel as though it never expected at a time. Brakes adjust themselves.-; already seen-and \
student. It matters little hod/well works. 1- 4' .: to see another. It moves like a turn at the wheel-and '.
qualified a teacher may be; or how rabbit on roller skates. All-new economy Eight raving yourself.
of
Another serious result poor think oull
in from world's V-8 leader I"e .
capable she may be presentingthe school "attendance is the ...loss ,; of. I III i. ." New unitized body a foot shorter / Ford is just right for
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The hand that honed theThunderbirdand
subject matter; or: -school-modern' i -revenue' : coming' intothe county for, ;E ',- *',. ,'; outside.funsize i inside sped the Falcon to all-time EconomyRun body. No matter. how ;,
well equipped the plant you've looked at,
and J- you
school purposes. Money for teachers Ford engineers have changed the proportions honors turned to a new problem
thing like this J t
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may salaries, transportation and main- of the automobile completely here the world's first economy V-8.Made Dealer's
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receive instruction, he just doesn't tenance come to the county from ,. new unitized body gives you more: room possible by.new Ford foundry methods it. now,be sure to see it): ; t
it. Poor attendance is one of ,\ inside With less bulk outside. A foot the new Challenger V8 is as strong as
get
failures the state based upon the average shorter than previous Fairlanes the new iron-and a lot lighter than iron's ever
_ ,. the greatest causes of school daily attendance the school chil Fairlane 500 is pleasantly parkable de- .been before. As lively as you'd like JUST JUST ABOUT
dren. Tie over all attendance for lightfully driveable. easily garageable:At thriftier than you'd expect a V-8 to be...
There are quite -a number of the Jasper white Schools last year the same time it packs into its neat and it's a natural powerpiant for America's.. RDa; ;
attendance nifty 197 inches as much passenger room first eat-your-cake-an .have-it car. :
reasons why good school was around 93%. Every day there a
as you had in some of the biggest Fords For those who want even greater thrift,
desirable and benefic To bets was an average of 43 white children _':1 r .-' ,ever built. there's a new Fairlane Six |ts economy slur THI .....
5 gin with, the desirable and very admirable out of schooL As a result we -1 T ,.'" :."4 :_
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lost a* teaching unit in the elemen-
>: and ingrained by regular tary school. Almost one out of
1 -school attendance. The school room every 14 students was out of :; Hardee Motor Com
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', ,- ,TRIM AND' REMOVE. IN THE ciRdujT-cpinrroF THE 'during orientation visit to Florida Development Com !!. .

r. 0 THIRD JUDICIAL 'CIRCUIT. :OF mission: were briefed by, Chairman'Director Wendell Jarrard

: Dangerous Trees ,FLORIDA INT AND FOR MADISON on Florida tourism and industrial promotion. Troopers (from

: .- COUNTY, IN ICHANCER :. : left) Tony Graham, Tallahassee; Chuck Saunders, Miami;

MADISON STOCK FARMS, INC, -Vince Smallwood,: Orlando and Tom Joyce Miami, check

.: II.EINDhSQNTREE \ over state attractions. map with Jarrard.The continuing impcr I
a Corporation, Plaintiffvs. _
travelers also
,tance of service and_ courtesy to visiting has
been emphasized to Florida residents by Governor FariisBryant.s
EXPERT LEWIS GOODY et al
CO. Defendants
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Tpurism Steering Committee and the Development
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE ,
:MSS Bdx 3484 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION .Commission. '

Tallahassee, Fla. TO Lewis Coody, Frederick Hall,]MADISqN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AZALEA CIRCLE

Wm Bailey and John C McGhee,
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Call 385-1636 individually and as Trustees for HONOR ROLL 0 .

Pensacola & Georgia Railroad' Fourth Grade, Section 1-: Mrs Pin-

Company, a corporation,. BenjaminJ I'son "B", Honor Roll: Gayle Cason The Azalea Garden circle met

Duval, Robert L Henry and John I Sarah Hammock, Susan Herndon, with Mrs J A Davis Wednesday

I WMAF SCHEDULE A Graham, severally, ,whose places Jane Mathis, Dana Marie Mays, morning with 18 members present ar..' ?

of residence'and post, office addressee Norma Jean' Woodard. and the' chairman, Mrs F E Naughton -

WEEK DAYS are unknown to plaintiff Fourth Grade, Section 2 Miss presiding. It was planned to E
SIGN after diligent search and inquiry, "B" Honor Roll Mike n hn
6:00 ON Cottingham : have a spend the day workshop
if living, and if dead, the unknown .
6:01 GOOD NEWS Holton. and Tommy Merchant.
28 at Mrs Naughton's -
Nov ,
heirs Tuesday ,
spouse, devisees, legatees,
6:10 WORLD & STATE NEWS Fourth Grade, Section &Mrs
home to make articles for the
grantees, legal representatives
6:15 FLORIDA FARM HOUR Paulk: Mike Argenbright, Bill '
: RUDY creditors or assigns, and al) other' circle booth at the bazaar. The circle -
6:40 HAMRICK COUNTY Cherry, Wayne Huggms, Bobby
AGENT (MON., WED., FRI- persons .whomsoever, natural or, Kennedy, Macon Tomlinson, Cindy voted $15 toward the salary of

DAY) artificial, claiming by, through or Gibson, Sharron Kelley, Meredith the Spanish teacher. ARNIE ,MEDDERS

650 WORLD NEWS under them, or either of them; C.I Mattes, Susan Reams, :AgneS' Sims, Planning to attend the district

6:55 STATE ,NEWS P Railroad, a corporation, Pensa Lou Sirmon and Christine Wells. meeting in Monticello Thursdaywere

:00' COFFEE TIME cola and Georgia Railroad Company, Fifth Grade, Section' 1--':Miss,Wil Mrs Naughton, Mrs SH, _
; 7:25 :MORNING SPORTS SHOW a Florida corporation, each of whose iiams"B'"' Honor Roll: Clifford '
Moore, Mrs Van H Priest and MrsJ
;. 7:32 COFFEE TIME true, name, domicile, principal placeof Ayer, Gaile Stokes, Gail Sands, Tim ,
7:40 REPORT FROM TALLAHASSEE business and status, after diligent I Sanders and David Cruce. C Burnette.Mrs American Service Sttion

(TUES. THROUGH. search and inquiry is* unknown to I i Fifth Grade. Section _2 Mrs Almon ,Zipperer gave an in-

SAT.) plaintiff, and each and severally i Brockman,' ""B" Honor Roll: Jean teresting program when she demon- \

7:45 WORLD NEWS r, whose; officers, directors, resident Morrow; Peggy Clark. Yield Cave, strated the making of Christmas MADISON, FLORIDA ,,

7:50 STATE NEWS If agents and business ,agents are unknown Frank DuRant and Curtis Long. decorations and gave patterns for o -' S

755 'WEA THER\'flEWS.\ to plaintiff after. diligent I Fifth Grade, Section\ 3 Mrs several, designs to those% ,present. '- o. _-__ -- -
8:00 COFFEE TIME search and inquiry and each ,and :
Brown "B" Honor Roll:, Bill Sel- -- t thS
9:00 MORNING DEVOTIONS severally the unknown assigns, successors -I;man, Julia Sirmon*Marcia McCown, I'_ GARDEN i \ ,CIRCLES.L. ,. J> .Spring..: to"Savannah\and\' \TEBiarles-h l

\ 9:15 SWEET MUSIC TIME in interest, trustees or any: Linda Hutto, Walt_ Cave, James -' ton Gardens.CAMELLIA. '
9:30 MARY BLAINE TIME other party claiming by,', through:? Odom, Evelyn Taylor:, Blanche BUSINESSMEN : CIRCLE\'
9:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE or under or against them; JuanitaW I Ragans Debbie Rutherford, Beverly - Mrs Frank Harrison was hostessto Mrs James Sale entertained the

10:00 MUSIC UNLIMITED Alexander and her husband, ,William Hughes, Patsy Diamond. the Dogwood Circle --Wednesday Camellia circle with Mrs Steve

ttl:15 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- Alexander, who are residentsof Sixth Grade, Section 1-Mrs Tad- Newspaper, advertising morning with,24 members attending.Mrs Wiaft conducting the business
GRAM the State of 'Pennsylvania, and
lock "A" Honor Roll ,
: Fran Harrison conductedthe when bazaar discussed.An .
11:30- RECORD SESSIONttl whose TVn"..... ....,.,..\..,..,.c_ adds ass l iO s; 4229 I ., Barbara Paulk Kirby Reichmann plans were
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Mary Ann make business session ,when plans fortti interesting 'program on the
: (SOCIAL SECURITY' PROGRAM Cambridge Street, Harrisburg, :Scruggs. can help you '
TUESDAY) Pennsylvania Garland E Wheeler' booth at the bazaar were made. making of attractive. Christmas:
; I'IB" Honor ,Roll
11:50 STORK CLUB (MONDAY and his wife, Virginia Wheeler who Fraleigh_ Patx Boy cia. Groves Dickey., Betty Beth well / have The circle will be in charge I of the wreaths was giyen by Mrs A 1 P \
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ONLY) are residents of the State of Texas I Kennedy, Pat Ragans, Ann Russell, money December luncheon meeting, for Edgerly and Mrs Al Atchison.

11:55 YOUR FLORIDA GARDEN and whose post: office address and ,Judy Pickles, Anna Smith, Sharon which arrangements were, made. Mrs J M DuRant, club president,
12:00 WORLD NEWS place of residence is 2800 42nd Stokes:o fun in business. $25 'to the Spanish Teacher fund met with the circle. :

.o. 12:15 NOONTIME NOTES Street, Snyder, Texas; Lilla Wheeler Sixth-Grade Section circle. .
2-Mr Wood- was voted by the
12:30 TALK. OF THE TOWN Page and her husband, James'' Page, arcs: .'B'' Honor Roll: Candy Kinsey, Call QU'3-6361 Mrs Van H Priest presented an SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on.several
12:40 FARM NEWS who are residents ,of the State: of
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12:45 STATE NEWS Georgia' and'whose post office address I Polly Frances Stokeley Christmas, Cissy Cherry Mary ,. : .I informative program when she top-of-the line G-E appliances at
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12:50 PUBLIC: SERVICE PROGRAM ,and place of, residence is 422 son, Tommy 'Gibson,Sherry Faye Massey Dickin-, showed slides of her trip- -- last Howerton Supply Co.

Myrtle Street, Thomasville, Georgia; Sheryl Sutton, Bill Brown Mary ..
12:55 WEATHER NEWS and all other persons, firms or Ann ,..
Bochnia
Lucille Bass, Jeff
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1:00 HILLBILLY HIT PARADE interested in and claim

"'_ (FROM THE PASTOR'S corporations ing or'appearing' to have any interest t Macarages, Sibyl,,Tommy Ragans.Kiser, Linda. :McCuljough : ALL _

STUDY WEDNESDAY) or claim 2:00 GOSPEL TIME 0 0t and description, whether legal or CHRISTMAS
2:30 PUBLIC j SERVICE PROGRAM equitable,' in or to the real property MAILINGS

hereinafter .described, or any Postal patrons are urged make

2:45 :MUSICAL INTERLUDE part thereof. whether known or their mailings in accoruance witn ICCOUNTS

a 3:00 AFTERNOON MELODIES unknown, dead or alive, and me louowmg' scneduie to assure delivery FUEL OIL

3:40 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO whether such, person 'or persons, by Cnrisimas: ,
GRAM
firm or corporation be a residentof .
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For
lJVe Destinations Mail
4:00 RECORD REQUEST ,
the State of 'Florida' or of the t -- ", :
i 5:45 SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS or at once.
1 United States of some foreign
5:55 REPORT FROM TALLA-'country, said real property being For Alaska & Hawaii Not'later

,. HASSEE ( MONDAY situate lying and being in' Madison than November 30. : S MUST BE PAID IN FULL BY ,

THROUGH FRIDAY) County, State of Florida, arid more for otoer iu.&stan States Before : ,, ,
j 6:00: WORLD NEWS particularly, described as follows, December 10. a ":

jo I 16:15 TWILIGHT TUNES to-wit: ,For Local Delivery 'By ,December J ; 4'y'i'. :.t57! :

1 I 6:59 SIGN OFF The SEA, the E# of SW%, and 20. if :' ;,:
: 10TH OF MONTHFOLLOWING
BEFORE
FIVE MINUTE NEWSCAST the SEU of NWU of Section 28, :
THE HOUR;, NEWS Township 2 North Range 9 East; Parcels may be marked," Do Not! : ; ; _. _
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\ BALE HovR.SUNDAY The EH of NW also%; the WH of EARLY: i : :

i SCHEDULE A letter be enclosed in the l K \ .
NE%, less 10 acres in the south- may ;
7:29 SIGN ON corner deeds recordedin package ,if mark on the outside S DELIVERYr
east as per you : : i '
7:30 TRAVELING STARS .. ,
Deed Book 41, page 430, and "First Class Mail Enclosed" and :.', 1>: ; .
7:55 NEWSf
Deed Book 51, page 445, and the :pay the rate' for 'the letter plus the '"
f \ 8:00 GOSPEL HYMN TIME :
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NEU of NEU of Section 33 Town- I ; : .
rl'*. 8:30 SHOWERS OF BLESSING i parcel post charge. \. f :;.
ship 2 North, Range 9 East; less ,
Patrons are urged to make sepa- .
8:45VORLD NEWS 1
right of of State'Road No. 53, .:- f.: ...
,';' 8:50 STATE AND WEATHER way rate bundles of LOCAL & OUT OF "\ & :ALL LOCAL FUEL OIL DEALERS ."'.. : -,'
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extending across the above lands: .- 1' ,,
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r NEWS TOWN mail.Christmas ; DELINQUENT
You and each of you are hereby r: WILL HAVE A COMPLETE LIST OF :., 'J-t o
:?'' 8:55 MORNING SPORTS SHOW : Cards may be mailed 0 NOT MAKE A DELIVERY .,
notified that a Complaint has been '. 'o ACCOUNTS AND WILL .
,
;0-, 9:00 JIMMY STROUD for 3c if unsealed and containing no ACCOUNT IS SETTLED. : :
-. 9:15 MORMON CHOIR filed against 0 you. seeking to con- UNTIL THE DELINQUENT '.. '.;:"'4':: ,
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firm and quiet the title to the writing other than'signature..
LIGHT & LIFE HOUR
::i i 9:30 .
:. 10:00 NEWS above described lands, and you are Use 4c stamp on cards if _you '/ /*

r 10:05 SONGS OF FAITH required to serve a copy of your wish to enclose a ,written message, i >

.: 10:32 MEDITATION FOR SUNDAY answer or pleading to said com- or if you wish the- assurance' that : FUEL OIL DEALERS OF MADISON COUNTY .
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0 plaint the plaintiffs attorneys, =
on the card if necessary, will be forwarded
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10:47 PRELUDE TO WORSHIP R C Home and Wm McChesney, _or returned. ... .,
_ whose address Madison, Florida. .
01:00 COMMUNITY CHURCH City Delivery and ,Rural Delivery; -
12:00VORLD NEWS and file the original answer or ; I .
0' required during the
< + 12:15 NOONTIME NOTES pleading in the office of the Clerkof patrons are :
the Circuit Court in and for month of December to place stampson :
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12:30 GOSPEL CONCERT HALL .-.t' : : .
12:55 NEWS Madison County, Florida, on or be- all outgoing maiL : V.M..F o lsom .

1:00 PROTESTANT HOUR fore the 4th day of December, Be sure the address your mailis C.TfMcWIiansk .. ; ..
1:30 HOUR OF DECISION 1961. If you fail to do so Decree j' LEGIBLE & ,COMPLETE. ) PURE OIL

i 2:05 THE SUNDAY DRIVER Pro Confesso will be entered, against There will be no,' HU 32265j. :
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you for the relief demanded in the ;

5:10 EVENTIDE livery of mail on Sunday, December i u 3.2279
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5:29 SIGN OFFCOUNTER Complaint. The EnterpriseRecorderis CITIES SERVICE '
24 and Monday, December ,25. :_ o.i: \ ,
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hereby 'designated as newspaper : HU.:3-6505
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The post office will be closed --l'< frt >; t1i. ..
*' TOPS i in which; said order shall be these' two days ..L : : P. Johnson o: 1" .
'-0: published once a week for four .J4Bt..sn- ; ,
GEAPPLIANCES .
consecutive weeksWTTNESS The office will be' Open all dayon 0 ;' ....
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KITCHEN CABINETS,, my hand and official Saturday, December 16 and -
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seal this 29 \day of October, 1961. Saturday, DecembW23.>: 0 ', : --'. e' HU 3-22T7 "
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DALE 1L LESLIE. M J Blalock,, Postmaster, ., :. :: HU 3-6601 .# .' :
I Clerk Circuit Court of Madison.'s ',. *-. .*<*;* ..gt, ..jr S'' -.'" 't;. .L: : > "
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PRESENTS. E RECORDER The Easter Seal :Mobile Unit Capital Area .
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Proceedings of County 1 operates a rehabilitation
IIT' TO THERAPY CENTER visits.. Madison monthly' at which I center in Tallahassee,

IRRIGATION Mrs Lou Sands, treasurer of the time patients are evaluated and serving a nine county surrounding
Commissioners I
physical therapy home instruction' .
Madison
S Junior Women's Club, area. ._ -
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acting in behalf of the programs are outlined, to assist the
president 4
',..- f 'Complete Systems Installed ,& Financed! ..
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: w : Mrs W B Selph, is presenting patient or her rehabilitation
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.' < ,t Robert L West, RPT, physical
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therapist for the Easter Seal Socie- race, religion or financial status, Is .
The Board, of County Commis- eligible for treatment .in' the Easter "
'.. ty of the Capital Area, with a tape ,
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sioners of Madison County, Florida, Seal Your Savings At "
: "" L'J recorder Mr West stated this will program. They must, however,
oi \ ; ;f 1;" ii:;.. met this day in regular session. The greatly assist him in recording pro- be referred by a licensed medical '
meeting was called to order by the doctor. First Federal
.' t gress notes' on patients, examination >
.. Chairman,lIon EIzie King, All mem- .
: f. data, etc which .will later be Last year approximately thirty- SAVINGS
bers &
were present. The'meeting was LOANASSOCIATION
'I ; ;.; typed into the patient's charts by five children 'and adults of the
for ; opened with a prayer by Hon Wilbur '
the secretary. The Junior Women's.. Madison area received treatments

DEMING TURBINE PUMPS ,. ...: G Rutherford. Club has also been very active in totaling approximately seventy-five In Dixie-Taylor Hotel Bldg. .' .
S H Moore Herman
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.. the :Annual Easter Seal. Campaignof patient visits. PERRY FLA.
CONTINENTAL POWER UNITS. .:'.t t .- resigned as co-directors of Civil 'JI
r. .the Madison area. The Seal of the
Easter: Society .
Defense The Board Mr
appointed -
,U. S. ELECTRIC1OTORS ,' .-' '
\, a :- I. William Richter as Director of .
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REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE } Civil Defense for Madison County,

9 RACE & RACE AND SURE BANE FITTINGS Florida. .'.> "
Upon motion by:Hon Lamar Andrews -

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.Plan now for:your future irrigation needs J .. .: Rutherford .' the :Board passed a F'TA*' SAMPLEANEW' :
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59-447, Laws of Florida, 1959r concerning '

.. : .,. :-w Get Our ..Prices Before: You. Buy. .. ..". Jb. ..' .; : To provide, in the event of \ 62 CHEVROLETu .
...' '" .. .attack upon the United States, for ;

the :continuity of the executive
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HACKNEY ,BROTHERS .i functions of the Government of ;2.:: u Come in and drive any (or all three) of these new cars or'62 .
Madison
County,, State of. Florida,
Phone 752-3161 Lake City., ;Fla. r" ,r 1. # rst (
by the designation of additional .

officers. to serve. for the duly elect .. f.r .' .
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'FRENCH CLUB ed or appointed officials, of .;Madison .. J

BUSINESSMEN - County when such elected or .v-1. '

Members "of -the .French Club, appointed officials are unavailable.This ; 1 : < '. .

Newspaper i advertis- Les Travailleurs de la Mar, of resolution In detail will appear >, -? :: # '- .. ,
in detail in these minutes at
NFJC and their teacher, Mrs .
make a later date. The Board also approved .r'a tiL .
ing can help you James Gray, enjoyed a tea last' a >
resolution
Friday afternoon at the home of a similar! adoptedby .

Mrs T J Jr, of the ''the Town of Madison.
well as have Beggs one mem-
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money hess. The Clerk .made the : return of

Miss Thejma Hurst of Mayo is one 1953. four door sedan Cadillac,
fun Lbus ness. president of the club and John I Serial No FW38986, which was

cer of Lee secretary. Anyone.M.et'-I confiscated! under ,the Beverage :
Call HU 3-6361 the community -intereSted '. in Act The Clerk was instructed to

} the French language and culture, start 'forfeiture: proceedings in the J ..
whether connected with the',college. matter. .Impala Sport Coupe...goet at smooth at it fool* '

Drink. DR EPPER I I or not, is cordially"" invited to join The, Clerk was instructed to advertise one could reasonably want. r.t;
for bids on one tandem 62 CHEVROLET
the club.
That head-tn-the-douds Jet- I',
drive motor grader .1300 .x 24 10-< > .
If you've a yen for room,refinesmooth ride.The power choices 1iI _
tube tires 12 'foot' L.... "
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ply hydraulic
Complete MACHINE SHOP USED WASHERS :I ment 'and riding comfort'at & up to a pulse-racing 409 h.p* rn TM .o. '.
shiftable mole less than it
not
SERVICE for Briggs-Stratton board price that takes the high cost The whopping i deep-well trunk. _
125 h p.' diesel engine 'with, muffler, w. 'c CHBY1tOlBT -
and McCullough engines, at / .. duf ofTeeling.luxurious take a Fact is, .the more you get to ,
GOOD SELECTION
direct,electric starter,open cab with ..r guest drive in this'one.. You'll know this buOt-for-keeps beauty, ..
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. SUPPLY x
.. HOWERTON ; CO.V windshield, constant mesh transmission see why this is all the car anythe more you'll find io. like. .. ..,
hydraulic booster steer- .
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Madison Gas Co. Madison Gas CL ........................................................................ '. :.'\ .
given on one used Galion 118 .. NEWCHEVTH .
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motor grader. j
JI : .. The Clerk instructed to advertise .-: i : #:.
was .: {"t.: : Sample this Barry ATei't ..'
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j\jr:3\ : 2-ton, long wheel base, standard -=. .: how dapper dependability \ I.

h :. i SI: cab, &25 x 20 10-ply tires equipped i i can be. Here's a brand-new had of #:.:> .

I 4 ._ with power take-off, to fit bodieson t .. : i cars, sensibly designed to save yon : "
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l 1 trucks to be traded in. A tradein money on service, maintenance and ,- :

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i O 30 GALLON KEE OJ 1956 Ford truck and one 1957 Ford 1 i and precise, thanks to new MonoPlaterear ...' .f ; I

I" ; truck. i springs.Roominess, for people and .' 1"' ., '

J S Gas Water Heater S The Board' adopted a resolution : =- stuff, is remarkable. Discover all 'the '...f
,; : IIHoWSporiCoup ...pay blade on o&* I concerning State Road S-146, which happy for yourself-at yourChevrolet

1 I S Glass Lined 10-yr Warranty gives the State ,Road Department ;:.............................._.........................._....: dealer's. .,..]. .
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: :. Electric Cooperative, Inc for mov- a* / .

1 $5t9. ing utility poles from the right of a fleet-footed IP .T: :
way of S-146. The amount involvedis '
O.Here's of sports
car'l'
$3,225.00. This resolution in de A" _
l thrifty practicality. -
= HARDWICK tail will appear in these minutesat : with neat '
Along some new !!!vliIYN/YHilNA'// !llNn.
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.SI: ftlWemen'W'''' II' rally-bored : :; x: r
y Gas Range $149.5q .2t. Mr Emmett Gaston of Pinetta, four-wheel independent suspension, :i:
Florida asked the Board to consider :
._ rear-engine design aad tenacious .y
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f:.:' Completely installed with tWo, t! paving short strip of road: traction.are all back, as raria Logo
Jt: 100-lb gas cylinders O on. the river road near his place. Mcmm ad Coa1'l..1pOtfJ goer citi_gcbw
If haven't had a laCorrak -
::I as erer. you go
= Mr Gaston stated that this road is .
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.= $19.99 down,' $. 7.05. 'no.r -, your Chevrolet dealer's the
.' .: practically impassable most of the to correct that cversgbt.P .
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BU 3- Madison .FlL: .pR the ,meeting adjourned, ? .. 4 t ;;r ,Iffs easi'f.ta.to'Pt awn r cl ywr focal mflorfeed, Chetrcfot deafa'*. 1'f', ,

1L "Bob" Dye Charles Wells Attest:. Dale M Leslie, Clerk p 'S' Itfr ..y l ..... : R 2. .
Elsie King Chairman "
'a irs Agnes H Young .Eugene 'Pat" Bule:. S
CANTEY MOTOR COMPANY

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,"PAGE:;FOURTEEN :.' : .. -...><-: ';';-ft;;"; ::- _.THE' ENTERPRISE-RECORDER--.. -- !'_MADISON"",,,, ,- '" -;'-"FLORIDA""" ..._:-" ."..,,-. ",' ... FRIDAY. NOV8HBSR 10th, 1161f
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? ,C Vernon Ragans vs W C_ Med-
ders, 92.79; Continued. WITH THIS COUPOH AT YOUR .
,. C Vernon Ragans vs James H NEAREST WINK IXIE STORE. ,.
; Penny, 35.64; Dismissed,'paid'in full. Void After Limit On Coupon To Adult With
Dr Royce V Jackson vs James -- Nov. 11 A$5.00 or More Food Order
Clifford Hill, 112.50; Judgment by .. :tit '. .. I eGRtN
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Marie Childress vs George(Burns, R5 Carnation (See New Diet Plan on Package)
20.81 Trial for 0 '
; set later date. STTAMP. '
,Marie Childress vs Billy Aikins,
27.14; Judgment by Default, [ Inst. Milk Makes
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Marie Childress vs Thomas and .
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Marie Childress vS' Shirley King- ., ;: ;) Tissue Limit 2 twin packs with Food Order__
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son, 86.46; Continued.J -
Lewis Bush vs James McNealy, CRUN::;:F .:_ )
ti Chocolate, Vanilla, ButterscotchjMetreca.l -r Rolls
80.00 Trial set for later %
date.
; --r 8-oz. Cans; I 2 19' J
,J. Lewis Bush vs A Sermon wvt I 6 To Pak $159.1I I DelseyCarnation TOPkg. 1",
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Lewis Bush : E .Astor .- t 1
: vs Elmira John- en. ; \ ----

son Eason's, 30.00;vs Continued.Lillie Williams,.21.30. ; n .o) w O ,i \--?' fruit i i Co c'kta i I I 1. 4 Cans0Q 303 $1 J Facial Tissue \ '

Judgment. by Default. > foe Wm w GIY ,
Eason's vs Janie Davis, 24.21. ; *Kleenex 2 4,9/
Judgment- by Default.Eason's *". ...... CREE STAMPS Evaporated -Milk j 8 Cans! 400'
vs Jack Davis 10.86
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Well Furniture" Co vs Samuel .....
--- Tillman, 82.49; 'Continued., .,-.. ?" .I
Wells Furniture. Co vs Ola' Lee, STAMPS PEACHESCREEK .. *' %;: 'Orrt o.24... .: ; 19

f 104.45; Continued. Can ,
Wells Furniture Co. vs Bullock

Gaskins date. .35.50'.... Trial. .:set.. :'for" :dater w GIVE Your .Choice v. Limit 1 with Food Order : -


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I Wells Furniture Co*ysv Stanley w wvt ..
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Stephens, 52.38; Continued._ I ( w avE .
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11157; Judgment by' De\ i J cREN .
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Tillman, 75.65; Continued. w GIVE i izt

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FUNERAL SERVICES FOR .TAMPa I It :
'., GRAHAM WHEELER o t 3 r-a

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Funeral services for Graham. V
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,-- an automobile accident early Fri cR[TAMPS[EN
day, Nov 3rd, near 'Ocala, were -
held Saturday at 4:30 p m in the '" .-.- I
chapel of the T J Beggs Jr Fune-
ral Home. The Rev Dan McCown s., w cwE pork brains Ib.nior 29 Swifts Premium 'Bob White
officiated at the last rites and Wal GI oraeon
'- ler Whitlock ; organist, offered srAMP[ pig feet y 2 lbs. 29 .
music.

Mr Wheeler, a life-long residentof neck boneschitterlings
Madison, was the son of ,the. Y w wvt i I
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late Mr and Mrs Graham Wheeler.He W I iB
was a member of the Presby- V GREEN Ctn. Pk ,
terian church, secretary and trea-
surer of the Sunday School a liver ,
pork
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veteran of World War II and a i
member of American Legion Post : : -,'
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Surv ors,,,,.are his wife, one F \ 4 *': )iWIit s TVmIum -
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daughter Debra, one son Victor pork kidneyspork : i9! [

two sisters Mrs William Alexanderof I : canned l F n t.AN 2:
Harrisburg, Pa and Mrs James 39'' =
,Page, Thomasville, and two brothers .TAMPS sausage ,lb. i
Garland Wheeler, Snyder, ':Texas M. : '
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ville. He leaves many relatives and > 0 r' : 'rt'M. Chicken, Beef ,6 8-oz. $| 1
M t PiesMorton's
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< Red, Juicy All Purpose 0 &,Turkey Pies
friends who regret his passing. Z Q) A P P L E,S" : 5 ft 39* I .
Serving as active pallbearers .. Including Pumpkin 3 Family: Ji ,
were Messrs B G Wyche, Frank Z lID Fresh:: Florida Fruit Pies -'_& MinceMeat. Size .'!..
Argenbright, E P Sanders Jr, Ben- 6 I .
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GRAPEFRUIT 8 49 10": $1.
jamin Davis, Charles Knox, Waring 9 v Berryhill Strawberries 5 Cans s
Wyche Jr Beasley Cole, Donald -.1 i
U. S. No.1 WhitePOTATOES
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-Dickinson and Woodson Daniels. lOBag391* 3 12-oz. $1 t f
.t- Ace Hi Orange Juice
Elders and deacons of the Presbyterian .0 ,. \S Cans l s I 1
t : church and a number of ft 0 Blue Boy CHUNK 1 14-oz.

,. bearers.other friends were honorary* pall- .. .'. TUNA 2 -No Cons:" 49* :Stiffed Peppers HolowayHouse"' "\* Pkg. 59ft" 1

r' Burial was in the family lot in Deep South Peach (!
2' Lb. 391 House Pizza Pie 79
S Oak Ridge cemetery." PRESERVES Jor Holtoway-- ---- 16-oz. Pkg.

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DISTRICT MEETING -
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t Garden Club members attending .Detergent i Limit 1 of your choice; with Food Ord r.' 50
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<. s..'.' the Thursday J M district DuRant, were,meeting"and the Mrs president in C S Monticello'Blalock. Mrs; Q, M.", '"" ,: : .T .I,, ,D' E' Giant' 5 9. Arrow t i'. <.. ',...9.F 60\.1 A44itiofl.T UOUM S&H f.T.-II THIS Green.These COUPON w-.Slaaps ReguloHyPalMsiio ...raft. WI I


'< Mrs Mrs T C C D Coody Tomlinson, Mrs T Mrs H Greene S H; Z w -. -Box' Gt. "'Bo x :::-w"fny..r....... .

Moore, Mrs Al Atchison, Mrs Kirby Farms Salads
Reichmann, Mrs\V T Davis, MrsJ 1 -' Van Call1p. \ VOID AVTN NOYM [R 11THlII
50 SO ''
G Ashley, Mrs R H Rowe, MrsL c= I

Mrs C F Glass E Naugbt Mrs Van/Mrs H Priest Rowe ""and and .. .11 Pork & Beans r-, 8 300 $1 SO I

Mrs Moore were among those who Cans '
received plants, as door prizes. .
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-. GREAT LAKES, ILL. ,.(FHTNC) :tffHow' SQs -- \ f' 1.A1d.11 T.Tlta.R.s./.Tlp wa,"

Thomas M Barclay son of Mr and ..... t i"l;. ::::..:'o=
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(Greenville, Fla, is ,undergoing nine .R" Ot 'E' '!'" s. ff. <-.-.".-2' 1' ur, .: _: -. 5.4" ,-< _. 0111- STICKS'rJ
basic O : --
weeks training

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IBM POSITION OPEN ,
45 Million Cars LaterChevrolet-- .-- +

CLASSIFIED JVDS Permanent position with large Celebrates 50th Birthday l I

food manufacturer as IBM; operator- J ,
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supervisor open for qualified man or i... '" __ ._...uumuuuu-.u_.__......' ..._._, .=--_..__._ ;
woman.' Do not phone or come see V :: : !!; : : Vti r

# us but first write if interested, givIng .
for Jcc/e 5tayect /
formation.w. .

B.. RODDENBERY' ,CO. INC. Ia c"t:
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!f:: Bavis!' Jr. New Cane Syrup for Sale: $4.50 9-3t-ch
\ per case,quarts or pints. Will bottle !
only by order. EDGAR BLAIR. Rt STRAYED: One shorthorn cow,
.REAL ESTA1Z BROKERAGE: 2, Madison'Fla. !10-7t-pd 'strawberry color, smooth crop V

ACREAGE FARMS overbit, underbit in right ear. M : : I .
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL FOR SALE: Borre Lupine 5 centsa C HERRING. Rt 3, Madison.' V > "J.'. .

STATES RESIDENTIAL lb. purity 99.86 per cent, germination 8-lt-pd :-
APPRAISALS .93 per cent. BOB LAW-
y ABSTRACTS OF TITLE ,TON; 'San pa1a Lake Farms.phone LOST:, Key ring with keys attached.J 1; ? ,

f .' TITLE INSURANCE HU 3-6860. 10-tf-ch E Cottingham, Rt 2", Madison. Vt 'V
,'. 112 West Base Street 10-lt-pd
? .. MADISON _FLORIDA For Sale or Trade. : 1961 two .. -: '
<. : Phone HU .3-6277 'door' Comet-Deluxe interior, whitewall >
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: -tires, radio heater mileage FEDERAL i LAND I BANK :

10tOOO..Call HU 3-6406 Madison. -
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Farm
10-ltrpd >- Timber Ranch Loans
(DOn't ,at T ..%**_ *lTsVWWM : :
worry A Lot Buy one .LoIUU x erns Low InterestSEE ;:: ,
Livingston Spring Acres. choice[FOR SALE 6 in Demings Vertical 'THE REPRESENTATIVE' AT .. .
number still available. Turbine) .Pump, 3500 R. P.,,' M. THE MADISON COURT HOUSE. .
'Ikey+y Bevan House, the only. one normal rated. 60 ft. head with 10 EVERY TUESDAY: MORNING. '

Available, on the lake. H. P. G. E. Motor, 3 phase ,220-

.Two...Two..tree.fanns..140 and ,80. 440 volts'with switch board &

t.cres. The price Is right.- : .::automatiC'Controls. This outfit has NOnCE : ';, ..,
''112-acre farm and tree farm f in been used less than 6 mo. 'Wonderful : I' ; .\ PHOTO COURTESY DETROIT PUBLIC UtRAftY! AUTOMOTIVE HISTORY COLLECTIOM ... .
for irrigation or any purpose : Have*:truck coming out, of Jack, 'CHEVROLET ANDS HIS CAR-Famous race indust 's most fabulous success stories and one
Cherry:: Lake.' that requires a large volume sonville each week partly loaded. driver, Louis.Chevrolet, displays his experimental -.1 which U highlighted by the golden anniversary ,
17 acres in Cherry Lake 2''bed- November 3. In its first"Jear I
J r URLES 3-2&S" ./" 1911 car which went into production in 191% of Chevrolet starting
of water. For information con- Contact: at HU '
room house, good pasture, good This was.the beginning.Jf..one of the automotivePiATEGLASS \ of production Chevrolet built 2. 99 can .
soil only $4,100. ,tact CX. JOHNSON. HU 3-2315. .Madison, ,Florida. 7-lt-ch :

,ib-it-pd DEPUTY CHIEFLocal IN HOSPITAL '
"II Broadus Wiljoughby' .I General Dress making: .Alterations 'Cfli ..a Judge of the Small Claims .CourtA

i FOR SAL : 1954 Chevrolet pickup- Mending' MRS DUE- friends will be. ,interested C Colson is in the Lake' atz

I *. REALTOR with .new'paint job,* steel body;. WARD SMITH. Phone HU to learn that Joe Hill Smith, Sr of Veterans Hospital for a check-up.
y. Phone HU 3- 481, Madison heavy' duty spring & 70015 large 3-6156 'Madison 5-4t Live Oak has been appointed Department -
tires. Just overhauled motor, new' C.a.y yj A Deputy Chief of Staff of Veterans of World War L
BOATS FOR '..SALE: Only one crankshaft' and inserts, rings&

:new Larson .18-ft boat, now only valve Job. This truckis guaranteed J. D. GLASS .* -
.
41250, including trailer. The new to be in perfect n mechanical Scruggs /GI. SS_HOCK NOW OPEN AND BUYING '- ''

price, on this boat, up $100, is dition, 12 volts battery system & FORESTERREGISTERED .: < MIRRORS : -- 4 -,'.
.$2150, so .save now Also one new lots of extras. $400.00 Cash. Con*' SURVEYORPh. .. .. ., f Pulpwood .-0.. .
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speed boat and trailer $650. tact::C. O JOHNSON at HU 3-2315 HU 3-6186 .' VALDQSTA GA. ..- -:* ,. 'flt' :
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Setter's LEWIS Shopping HAMES Center :Madison. V10-lt-pd ,MA)ISON. FLA. < SAW TIMBER AND VENEER WOOD "...: I'

1 BOAT FOR SALE: Dandy light We Buy one load or a carload, and standing'timber '.
boat, used once, like new.. Cost r Registered: Surveyor ,. .' ". ...
$75. Leaving town, will sell for NOTICEGOOLSBY See BILL' LAMB, ALBERT KELLEY or BOB OGLESBY*
V ,
.'$45.. See at WELLS BOAT CO. Phone HU 3-2372 '1
Dairy property in the at '
92tpdFOR MADISON. FLORIDA -
Blue Springs community is posted.

r List your farm and city property SALE: 7-room. house inside No Hunting. or Trespassing. JOHN W. WADS WORTH PRODUCERS TIMBER SERVICE: V.
with us for nationwide advertising. city limits. % acre land. Call HU I Oct. 13-6t-pd _

NQ charge for: listing. 36406. 9-4t-ch I Let us spread your Dolomite-Hl- -V V FOR located just east of Mayo Highway south of overpass. ..

'FOR SALE: Duotherm. at r, witty Cal-Lime and Phosphate, Prices rea- MADISON FLA. Phone HU 3-6720 V
Bob & Beanie .. CONTROL
Searcy : electric fan, kerosene tank,' metalstand sonable. FOR BETTER SERVICE; PEST "SERVICE '
'
I and copper tubing. MRS F C CALL SUWANNEE SPREADER' 'j tf., CALLS FORESTRY MANAGEMENT SERVICE '
RT. 2 BOX 130-A
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GLASS, 325 NW Meeting St. SERVICE Phone collect :to Forest BURKE
MADISON, FLA. The :More You Cut Your Timber RIGHT,
V 9-tf-ch 2-2560, Live Oak, Florida Day or EXTERMINATING CO. "
PHONE HU 3-6487: the more timber :you grow.
Night. 2-4t-ch PHONE 293-J PERRY. J!LA.
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FOR SALE: Smith Corona Skywriter ,
There's .no charge for use of Car-. portable typewriter in .

pet Shampooer ,with purchase of zipper ease, "$49.50,. cash The LIVE STOCK AUCTION, .
Blue Lustre Carpet Shampoo Mac'sFurniture' ', Sell your cattle, and hogs in our i
E-R..i. w .
: !'&>*"Appliances.FOR auciion each Monday. Sales start at 1 '
.
liOL( MONTICELLO. STOCK
SALE: Florida Black rye. J H PECANS ,YARD, Inc, MonticeUo Fla. .1- Est

CALHOUN. ,7-tf-ch Registered Angus bulls for sale

times.
',BEFORE''' 'SELLING''your: timber frtjall
I We will again buy.your pecans "
()timber, land, please see me., We I V ..'
this at
season top prices. Jtx
are ,also interested in buying j,a have :; tIi1WE(R1S I1 4'
: 3 "
jTWe ,
limited amount of pine-hardwood- "Georgia. "red sweet potatoes, iR RDlN JEWELED ,,

fmlpwooddelivered by cJ'to: $2.50 .bu P ii iif ">
"Foley; 'Fla., ,or..oaded' ,oaf K a. ears. f. '.Bush e1s of,fresh,vegetableTforFREEZING TOR THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE ." i'u :%Ftis $ ,, .-

.,,1;, See, write L. or P.'call GIBSON. ,, r Fresh fruits.or. table use.' "J f:.r-", .\ rI."- LVERr.CHINA.'CRYSTAL '- ': 4 :

4uC V- DIAMONDS, JEWELRY -
Rt. 3, Madison! Florid*; t .. $
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Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 EXPERT'REPAIRING '';''' VV 14 ;-
J. I C: Stifles' & Sons ".t

.FOR SAlS:: FJenty: of' live fish 1 NATIONAL : 1 -V V

bait. shiners,,minnows, pond worms MADISON,' FLA. V % iTJOTTkAT 1 .3 6 -
V .. r y f
blue wigglers: ,crickets y / sand: FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished
gots, tackle and a. ,good mag-I apartment with private entrance.C ,. r SERVICE V ..
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guaranteed fishing pelesT MRS M PLANT, phone HUB'J,
line of Bogie baits. "' A' good selection of t
complete i-t.at
3 <
Rowell's. Bait and Tackle: Canter -66501 .Sterling, Sf j, >laud. Holloware : Why not buy her / ..
%
Is now air-conditioned, to assure FOR' RENT: Downstairs furnished by finest manufacturers Yf
you of more lively live bait; Also apartment. MRS G 0 PURVIS Many gifts to choose from '

we give $24-hr service to anyone, 928 'S'Range St, Phone HU?: 3-6408 ,. 803 No. PattersonVALDOSTAGA.' .: an electric dryer?
:
seven days a week. We have THE / :Q-2t-d
THING!
ROWELL'S BAIT & .TACKLE FOR RENT: Two house trailers jlILVV''

CENTER, across from SAL: Depot, one furnished, reasonable price.G V V ,
C RODGERS U S 90 East, ,
41-tf-ch .
,
Madison. L .
HU 36555.,. ..'8-tf-ch; HOT' MUSED ASPHALT PAVING "".v -, Pop didn't marry a weight I y

FOR SALE: Lot No. 17 of Yellow ,.. We pave drives, parking areas, lifter. But Mom migfct think : t
Pine Heights, containing 131 FOR RENT: Apartment unfurnished. ptreets, etc. Top quality., Fair
acres: Will sell for price' paid for available immediately. PhoneSMITH prices WAIVER BROS., Ine:.. Ph differently when she has to lift .r rr ,

,, *, the land. If interested, please call 6262 or DRUG MRS, STORE KIRBY' REICH HU- 3- CH Ga. 2.4011,110' S. .Fry St Valdosta 45-tf-ch, 2 tons of wet clothes each year 1
HU 3-6497. 10-lt-pd
\ MANN, Ph. HU 3.637L 4-tf-ch plus walk 40 miles back and -' '1 :" x,. t. ,
FOR SALE: Pure bred Angus bulls, -
all $150 R C DICKINSON WANTED Part-Time' Employmentby EXPERT REPAIR forth to hang those wet clothes t ,p
up.
ages several North 'Florida Junior .ta' .
HU 3-2517 5-tfch College: Students. Anyone need- = .. on a line to dry. And.even_ the, 4 ,

FOR RENT OR SALE Two-bed ing such help please call North SMALL ENGINES icf.i the wash doesn't always dry as '
Florida 'Junior ,College ;Business ..! ""' .
room house and lot south side of it should.So !
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Cherry, ,Lake. Also three-bedroom Manager or Registrar.\.TelephonesHU -i ... "
v, SALES & SERVICE ; ...
house for rent on northeast side 3-2288. // ; '... \ ,why not give Mom a break .

:, of lake. Water and fishing rights ROUTE MAN WANTED.. MUSf/BE e: and buy her a lameless electric r.r ; .
) free. J 0 McDONALD, Pinetta. RELIABLE AND: AGGRESSIVE.> : ; I > <
1 Hfwertea Ct. :; .
= ppply ? It will her
I -Fla. 5-3t ch NO LAY.O FS. CAR. ND REFER- dryer save y J. .

FOR SALE;: 46 ft mobile? home- ENCES'NEQSSARY. WRITE: MR MABISON.i. FLA. '. tons of lifting miles \ '"t _

very clean $2500 cash, will con- CAMP., NE, 659 ATLANTA WEST. 8 PEACHTREEST. GEORGIA.' of walking.I Best of r Cash O .":. ,
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sider trade for furniture / as .\ !'..
; 7-4t-ch all it will dry her
I
partial payment. Plant's Trailer j V CALL '.,. o esne
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Park JACK DASHER. 7-2t-pd. V clothes just the :

-Pretty picture post cards of North V Help Wasted JLPate way she likes them, *. .

I Florida Junior College. 5c each at RAWLEIGH Dealer. wanted; at Phone 2525 Greenville, Fla.. : best! \T.... Ja year eM' cbtbnKae ea a4nrr surf ewe '. ..
The Enterprise-Recorder office., "* V darisg October Kovtwbtr Brfsj ityea 1. : ; ; "
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once in Madison County Good op- ;.. ;y : or
Plasti-tak for sale at The Enter- portunity. See.W H CONEVRt3., Box for .i: .'- V_ .' I-foist./ t9 year tau U/. start wfctapardta 99 tHliliA '
prise-Recorder office. t' 135 Greenville or write; at JqnceiRAWLEIGITS SANDING ': -7 ", .. : JOU dcdrisa tffycr.i.T'S .:

FOR RENT: Furnished apartments, Tenn.Dept. FAK-140.105. o VARNISHING ,,:'-" .:; : WORTH$5. TO-."YOUI t .
Memphis, J0-3t-Pd. ", < \ -- .-- -- \ .
WAXING
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close-in town. Also oil .heaters for > .'
sale tubing and drum. MRS J J BAND INSTRUMENTS WANTED 'Old or New ,Floors ::- ,0'- ,,,,-'. "
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NEWMAN, -Rione HU. 3-2523. -'. :, '
8-tf-ch The Madison; High :School Band : :
:
T. M. HOWERTON Xi
needs usable band instruments. If : .
SALE FOWftWvCOEPORATIOl< ?
BOAT FOR you have a band instrument 'that :

Dandy light boat used once, like 'you are willing'to ,donate to the CONSULTING. FORESTER -' .,. Uyp.... .
;:newl:' Cost $75. Leaving town, will TIMBER MARKETING: ,-.,. .
School please contact MR HARRISat .... {f!" -.<. __" ,
SeU'..;for $45. See at WELLS Madifioa" ;High School rk14 ,SL Daval Street \J '1;' :r.-of' ''. ,4<., <- ',r. :. "i* z...{) ) ic* :;.U ) r. : 0< '" :
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: WEST MADISON MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST ',' if
LAND DEALS.Heirs -. ,
CARNIVAL CORONATIONAND -
METHODIST CHARGE CHURCH I .

I PROGRAM :.- ':;.
'rt REV. C. B. DAVIS Pastor : i BUILDING
C
Pastor Levaughn Middleton e
;: r CHERRY LAKE CHURCH ;:, reas s&NE
Chairman of Board of Deacons ..- ,

FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Mr .S R Sapp of W C Browning, de- ,.;'.,,...,..., .'.
Sunday School ..._.... 1000 A. M. Training Union Director ceased, 'to State Road Department, I A climax to the carnival' 'activities # '

J, Worship Service .__<_: 7:30 P. M. ,. .- .. Sidney R Moon drainage easement to 0.281 acre In of MIlS and 'school
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Associate Director Mrs Kelly Bailey EH, of SEU, Sec 31, Tp 3 N. R S elementary

Sunday School .......... 10:00. A. M. Sunday School Supt. E, ,also right of way deed to 3.402 'I following the colorful parade In
acres in E% of Sec 31 the afternoon with the .Kings,
Worship Service __ :]11:00 A. M. ,---. Mr Hayward ,Andrews :SEA ', Tp 3
Pianist .._._... Miss Patricia Moon NR8E. Queens,, floats and children jn costume 0 E.H11L ?
Family Night, Friday before First u
Song Leader ....... '''Mr Leroy Cruce J L Sullivan and wife,to Trustees the supper ,sponsored by homeroom i
Sunday each month at -730 P. M. of Sweet Home Lodge No. 67 MATERIAL Rpu.
Sunday School _, 10KX a. m. mothers and concessions by .
Thomas Surles, Church School Supt. Morning Worship 11:00' a. m. Modern Free and Accepted Masonsof the grades was the coronation, of VALDOST A

ROCKY. SPRINGS CHURCH TraIning Union ._.:.. ... 7:00 p. m. the World Inc Lot 1, Blk 6, the: 'new; queens and program in the Certain-Teed Asphalt Shingles .. ......$ 5.95

FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Evening Worship 8:00 p. in. Fraleigh and Smith SID, Town of auditorium. Tuesday night. 15 Tear Warranty Per Sq.

Sunday School 10:00()( A. M. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m. Madison. ,
*
'- - =- Nan u high sch I 4xsxt AD P! h .At
cY revs; :, new o0 a, -, ..s eel, ,
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Worship Service 11:00: A. M. The Lord; The Father and- His R ShaCkleford Jr and wife to jrvvww

family Bids Welcomes each of D W Surles, 54 acres' in Cherry queen,. Steve Wiatt, new high'choat. 4xx3/4 AD .
SECOND .& FOURTH SUNDAYS 1 ; you ', Plywood ._._._sheet $ 6.15
with Lake Farms Project. king, and the I960 queen and king
to come and Worship us; :
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Service 9:30 A. M.
Worship
Sunday _---; 10:30 A., M. whether you be poor or whether J D McReynolds to G, E Christ- Peggy Register and Barry Groover; Disappearing Attic- Stairway --.--,._?___$14.95

School be rich, makes difference mas bill of sale to personal of the classes ,
no property representatives the
you ;; Outside White
Paint
Family Night, Friday after Second .___ i....._...gal. $3.35
He welcomes and at 'Oil station
to eat located Pure
come
you new 1961 queen Debbie Rutherfordand '
High Quality Mildew and Fume Resistant.
Sunday each month at -7:00 P. M ,
His. Spiritual food .with us alL on corner of Washington and Base king Prank DuRant, and last

P.. K. Ro elI, Church I'S hool Supt streets., city of Madison. ,Harrison Vz In., Celotex.Sheathing _. per, M 55.00
FIRST BAPTIST CHUHCH t' year's queen_ and king, Fran ?
-; Claude Duval. Charge Lay Leader Mildred Bryant' to Tommie Tuten ,Waterproof: ,' .. '
SHILOH CHURCH Pinetta, Florida and Clarence Tuten Lots 6, 7, 8, '14, & Frank Napoli for the elementary 1 _

f' FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS PAUL A. TRAVIS, ,Pastor 15 and 16, BIk 13, Town or Slrmons. school formed a procession tothe Celbtex Ceiling Tile ....__,-.per M $107.50

Sunday Bible School 10:00 a. 'm. Ruth, Sims to J D- McDonald J auditorium\ stage w.here..the new 12x12 or 12x24-.Diamond White '
Worship Service 9:30 A. M.
S. S. Mr. G. C. Buchanan .
Supt. 0 McDonald and wife Lots 9 and queens were. crowned by the out PAY CASH AND SAVE CALL CH 2-3760
Sunday School .... 10:30 A. M. Morning, Worship _, 11:00 a. m. '
10. Cherry Lake Heights. going queens.
SECOND & FOURTH Training Union ., 7:00 ,
SUNDAYS p. m. NELIO CHEMICALS
I j Ralph H Andrews to C E Sever The processional was played by Inc
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Director M. T. C. Morris Sr and C E Sever Jr, certain lands! ,. a : I

'Worship Service '7:30: P. M Evening Service 8:00: p. m.! In Tp 1 S, R 7 E, Jife:, slab!' re- P..rol Whitlock; Billy 'Williams and CYPRESS ST. '- VALDOSTA, GA. j u :

Family Night, Friday after First Hour of Power, _Wed. 8:00 p. 'm.i served. .'* i" Rudy ,Hamrick were ushers ,and ..
Choir Practice; Wed. 9:00 v/ Freddy Hughes, .announcer for the /
pm.R.A.'s ]
Sunday .each month at 7:30: P.' M Ralph. Davis lo Emma Dayls ,and '
meet Saturday 3:00 and the that fol -7
Herbert. ....Brooks. ,Church Schooljp"suptr Everyone is :welcome: p. m. husband part of SEM of- NW4! court: program N H AERS ISITIATION$ President, Irene Smith; Secretary?
lowed.
The in Sec 16, Tp 1 N, R 7 E. CEREMONY 1- -' Ira Jean Dukes; Treasurer, ..C ra
only thing missing our
; Enoch F Parker and wife to ,Alva After the coronation the ,MIlS Janie Louise Jackson,, Reporter Peacock
f I Wiley Blair, Church ''Lay Leader ch rch Is (U) : < ; Song Leader, Debts Jones
.:-. Ii Patterson Jr and wife. LotS 27. Glee, Club sang Deep Purple. and a The,N H. Aers held their initiation Historian, Minnie Proctor; Parliamentarian .
and 28, Yellow Pine S/D. I ceremony at Madison County Training
medley Moonlight Bay and Harvest
L NEW HOPEFUL]:; i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Marie Dixon; Reporter
husband to '
i :MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH ,GREENVILLE FLA. Annie B Gossman and Moon; a'skit, How To Propose, was ,,1 School Sunday afternoon, Janie Louise Jackson.
N W Gossman and wife., 2.24 acres. October 29, with the chapter officers
i
Services every first and third Sunday School 10:00: A. M $ given by ,Miss Mary'Ellen Selman's i
Lot 239 and parts of Lots 22 and The of the After the the
I' Sundays 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. Morning Worship ......... 11:00 A. M. speech class: Teenettes' Linda Jackson -' i presiding purpose program chapter
I 230. meeting was .to initiate new members adviser, Mrs ;MarybeU James,
I organized
School
: Sunday every Sunday 10:00 Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. and: wife to'AnnIe Marie Weld;' Sylvia Smith
N W Gossman
aY n. !!Ivening: Worship 7:30 P. M. certain tracts of land and Vivian Hicks_ sang Blue Moon I into the organization. The a mother's' club, composed of
Gossman
f Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed: 7:30 P. ,M. B In Cherry Lake Farms Project.N and One Day; FFA string band speaker for the occasion was Miss mothers of NHA girls. The. officers
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Training Union every Sunday 7:00t I Rosa Glee a former NHA president are:. '''v ,
W Gossman and wife to Frnk sponsored by Mr David Smith presented
t T P. f.r ( ,MADISON' .CHURCB: ; OF CHRIST and wife David S Parsons and at the present a sophomore at Mrs Marie Campbell,w' President;
Lone ;
701' South C numbers. In the ninth grade
X REV. _W.. T. RYCROFT, Pastor Range The Mrs Vice President
and Suwannee River Junior College. Queen Smith ;
'Jr wife.
and rwife. D C Ewing
Bible ;
unday Study _10:00 A. M. .guessing contest Principal Simon -
JEHOVAIJ'SWITNESSES Lord's Supper and and Lewi'a,, ,Miller and wife. 12 94 I announced Tad Purdon the prizewinner ceremony' was very impressive and
118 N. Orange. St.'Phone HU 3-6355 Edification 11:00 A. M. acres in NW% and W% of; NET, and, the junior class winner, l also educational. The officers are: Annie Reese Assist Secretary; Mrs

:MEETINGS: Sunday Evening Service 7:00 P. ,M.' Sec 17* To 2 N R 9'E., Sheila ;Harrell I', President, Ollie Donaldson: 'PresT: Rachel. Haynes, Chaplain; Mrs. West*

;fc Bible Study: Wednesday 1:30'P. M. Wednesday Evening : Harry I Morean and .wife to Mr dent Elect, Edna, Richardson;; Vic 'ey Reporter. { '" ,

Service "Meeting: Friday 7:30 P. M. Services _.-..._. 8:00: P.M. Marine Strinefellow McElroy and

C Ministry School: Friday 830 P. M. James G Marston Jr,t their''undivided
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;. Watchtower-Bible Study: LEE METHODIST CIRCUIT interests in mineral rights on 1450 4.6f i

Sunday 7:30 P.. M. w acres in Madison county.' > .., ..,.
Lee and Grove Churches
Hickory
Kingdom Seekers: Welcome. The Mengel Company quit claim

1"' No Collection Taken. REV. L. E. DENSLOW.I Pastor. deed to all their ''property int Madison !-:
AT
LEE
County to Qoritainer Corporation
Morning Worship ,
CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST of :America, with which company ii'
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. J ,
f i CHURCH they had 'merged -
.c 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00, a. m. ; >
Preaching: Services ''Sunday .'
every I .
Evening Service1st .
Morning 11:00 A. M.
) Service FOR
and 3rd Sundays 8:00 p. m.
; Evening Service 7:30: P.,M. "

":, Sunday School every Sunday at Sunday Every School Sunday _, 10:00 a. om Higher', Than Ordinary Quality> at' .' ... .,......k. Y ,
I
;1. 10:00 A. M. Lower Than Usual Prices '
; A Youth Fellowship '
:' BTU Every at 6:15 ,P. M. i-
Sunday
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,: Every Sunday 7:00 p. m. SEE
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday '
J'
BOBBY WILLIAMS '
Y at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood. .
'" Church School SuperintendentAT ,McLeod Furniture Co -
first'Thursday' ever) HICKORY GROVE : .,.ij .ttOitt
month at 7:30 P. M. '

,, Everybody Welcome. Morning Worship2nd GREENVILLE FLA.tAL ..f? ,".' h
and 4th Sundays 11:30 a. m.livening ,. _i? ", '
f J. R. COLTS Pastor I .
Service --- -- ------ -
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2nd and 4th Sundays 8:00 p. m. .
PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH School ". : .CHAMPI.DN ;
Sunday TI ;
:
Preaching every Sunday .Every Sunday ..< ...... 10:30 a. m ,.. d
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. i /:; ,
Youth Fellowship \ ",, - ,
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Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M Every Sunday 7:00 p. m. DA --t: '

>r> Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. !.I. Mid-Week Prayer Service, i IOPI 5 ..; ."j:ti 'E' 4' '
;; r ,
Evening Services 7:30 P. !.L Every Wednesday 8:30' ,pi: *m, .t\ ... Jy.-; !. : : ,.-w, .' TI ., ;- -

Prayer MeeUngVedzt4sday JULIAN ANDREWS,

,,1 Evening ___ 7:00' P. MeW Church School Superintendent Your Service Local of Medical Your, :Doctor Society of Medicine.and the ,'i". ,
s B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ I Florida Medical Auooauoo. .

;; ARTHUR WELCOME TO \ Body Temperature Facts proved, for turnpike !
CRUCE. Training! Union NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH ::, .. .Speedway

t\', Director. Come Worship With Us, 1 The ability of the body to '

ERNEST GURR. Minister Sunday School 10:00 A. M. regulate, i its temperature is one s a e .withe-Firestone Tlta lrxcutslvs ;",
11:00 A. M. ,ot tne most interesting pncnora-- .. :
that
; Morning Worship FEATURES.*
WELCOME TO ia, physiology. Equally 3t.
ena
precision-bladed design. ;' make thi th mattMfttatiofltf
Union 6:30 P. M. ,
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Baptist Training ; amazing is ability'to adjust : ft buy
Evening Worship 7:30 P M. to changing. weather tempefa $ tfttnitffcat ..
today
en
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. '
-! Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. .M. turcs. ::, NEVER, BEFORE available on ha : -
Morning Worship __. 11:00 A. M, 1 .
Although the normal body j r .
Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P.,M.
Training Union .._.,.__ 6:30 P. M. Philip Howell -_ S. S. Supt. temperature has been:standard- tire l selling g' at this price! '. '.recce e.aintt .
ized at 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit M""r1"rI'n ,
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. i
Marvin Bass B. T. U Director '
is
this temperature actually an -
Prayer Meeting 7:30 P. M. Pastor (II] '
REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, average reading obtained from 1 'i
Church Business Meeting First thousands of persons whose < 1 i;
:
Wednesday night of each month. SEVENT DAY ADVENTIST temperatures vary above and below ...CJSloa-aUDQ .
'CHURCH that line. When, changing .UD DUISII -
Brotherhood and W xu. Second
NYLON
weather conditions the II ..... ,_
at1 -
M.A itt
Thursday night of each: month. Services every Saturday at Madison outside 'air temperature cause to rise ., (:,...'. I ....,.........Ntter --:

,. Preaching services every Sunday. American Legion ,Hall. or fall a small center in the \. ,- .:, .
; f Come Worship With Us. Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. brain acting like ,a thermostat with Firestone Nationwide -sf -, \

f rtEV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor Church Service at 3 p. ,m. initiates the action which helps Plus tax and -- .
S..8. Supt. the body maintain its normal tirtoffloarerr IAIITY"OIl1VllO ; ;-
E. C. WILLIS. f MONTHHAZARD COlD .on : .
YATES Pastor Telephone temperature.' REGARDLESS: Of ..,...... ...... :
HAROLD ; r. r MIIf\
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH
In, the, :automatic adjustmentof ..... .. ..W... .
CONDITION t Sad?
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Sunday School 10:00 A. M. HU 36517.Everyone the human body' to outside ROAD ..8IMMMIr.......... ?!:
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Morning Worship 11:00 A. M Welcome! changes of temperature, the \ : ,8.70-18,
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Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. LEE BAPTIST' CHURCH the evaporation body surface of'perspiration aids in reducing from- QUMANTEE' Ube-T.W. =:'.a I, ,

Evening Worship .'1:30'P. M. REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor body heat. In cord weather, .. ,_ 1"
Midweek Prayer Service ?:30. P. M. blood .flow diminishes to the '( VHITEWALLSONLY ,........ ,...........
Services every Sunday ". ', \ .' fe' (e' ""aT.' :. '. -,. ......... ....
.' ,- Youth Service S P. M. Wednesday Sunday School -..__ 10:00 A. M.Morning' protective skin sweating clothing is minimal is required, and ... Every new Firettont tire it *3 MORE .....!.......::-.:. t

v. L SINGLETARY;; s. s. ,Slip ; Worship 11:00 A. M. .lor comfort. GUARANTIED Y/ -

J. L.VYNN, B.'T", U. Director Training Union "_.:..., 7:00 P. M. Generally, 'the, outside tem- i. defecq b efroducary Prices on All Stzetf'

REV. W G DeSHAZO Pastor Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. ,perature: for greatest physical { '* ttup--aad ntaterUb for th. Y'. ., J- ,
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comfort is 'about 68 to 72 degrees life of Utt rifiaal traad.X. -
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REV R Mrl.ONG, Pastor Prayer Meeting,Wed. 7:30 P. M. Fahrenheit. It is interest .Af 'mtt ormal ro.d hazard Maoan.......

MADISON CHURCHOF GOD ing that man is able to withstandheat except rcpairabt punctures. ); $ e ..N..rv1.'
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750- 4 Goodyear encountered v rydaypasaencer ..aera,........
much better than cold. ..
Sunday School 10:00, A. M. 'Cold I car toe th*
TireS temperatures tend to cause con- I, ..
Youth Service Wednesday 8:00p.m. Nylon Sl'UDWAI'
gestion or slow down the circulation rro64F; : tn.d;* NOVID .'
Dveninj Worship _. .7:30 p. m. ;
in vital tissues of the Tw.ai
and teased rut
Morning; Worship' 11:00 a. m. As Low As $14.88. body, whereas high tempera- current wear at time of on adjuttmrnt.pnccs ;;:;
tures increase the circulation of
the blood to'the skin and to the ,
L. D. S. SERVICE Plus Tax and Exchange arms and legs. 1 ''
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF When we talk about body .'. -- --

LATTER DAY SAINTS MesserBattery temperature or that of the air. t -,>,>, T. .

School __.' 10:00 ,'!'. mention must be made of the "i : iJ -: i
Sunday a. m
When the is
humidity. humidity 'J' .,,
Sacrament Meeting 11:00: a. m.' & rlfe Co. ,high o x perspiration does not .. ,, ,.' .
Relief Society and Priesthood time: easily evaporate from the skin. '--

and place as announced at Sacra-' and we are uncomfortable. High

meat bIe 'iirlg. ,Several ,top -qaality refrigerators thumidit favor .bacterial JSERvtCE::
I -,growth and the1- of virus
spread STATION
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SERVICES '1ISetI
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ALL" and ranges, orijr a diseases, whereas! low humidities :.

LEGION HALL few mod,-at ,a good disc uat. favor body comfort by causing ''h.''" .",, Jfjz-
., E. R. CARRYL Branch Pres.' more rapid evaporation of-p r-' : / HU5660I:11"

4*;JUDGE, ROAD CHERRY LAKE HOWERTON SUPPL CO.. Jaira t=on front the sw ." y : ;;t.- :r t. .

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