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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 17, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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YOL. LXIN 0. 12 .Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY. -NOVEMBER wth, wei .Mai M, Florida- Price 1 lOc Yearly Subscription $3.75;. Delayed Renewals *4.0

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., Madison; Shriners Erect Flag Pole() r d NION ii SRVICES.'THANKSGIVING. -

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c-- Union Thanksgiving, services will

be held Thursday 'morning, .Nov i-

S.rdi,. ta. the First Methodist church
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sportsmanship and staving. Tout of
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_t_ hinting rules and reg f t oriS. ., <5
Always handle firearms 'i in such Ydu q y i Yc

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'To A' row left t? to right: K E Burns, ,Hugh Curry, 0D..Agner CHERRY- LAKE'NEWS i ;' ; Obtain the regular; &Jj1Jun' '. r >d ,

Jr, W Carlton Smith, T M Howerton, Jr, ward D Musser -qt jiSix' __ license from a 'county judge, and .

C C Armstrong: C Vernon Ragans James Hardee, Charles WMU: ladies observed: Visita the Special hunt area permit in : M .'

Groover; Carroll JBlaJock, T L Fraleigh, Jr, ,W'B Davis, Jr tion Day last Tuesday; _- v addition to your regular hunting .license '

": _Azejl 1- B, ',Zippoi; rjCharles; S .Knox; H. T, Holton, Jr, H T: t, Cpl and Mrs Freddier'Barilam :returned .l Bfe before,nianagement-entering areas_ any of sU the erg

Holton, Sr, J F: L.. Bunting. and G W Anderson '. last week:-eiid from visiting vised by the Comnalssion. '. -

;'The:alwver: raem be rS" .tHe'E6caI: -Reserve.1Jni { i heh{ parents 16' Parris Island Buy a-duck<< stamp and writeyouEname

i..... >gether with-tK-l &ontteuaty:Shrine Club ;deai icaJtlag W \! :. MarineBase.Pfc in. Ink across- face jof* stamp,
>- T>9W siwat Jt on t ie Lanier.\thle'tic Field'which wad: Y and Mrs Donald C Wilson before hunting ducks: or. geese "

donated and erected By the Madison ',County? Shrine Club. spentlast' weekend in Valdosta, Respect the property of others.

} -. GIRL SCOUT COUNCILThe ..... ,. NEW MANAGERSr- .. iivesl Pihetta and Cherry Lake with rela- crossing and always fences/isk or hunting permission,on'private.before RIHS BAND MAJORETTES:
"1 ..:..;-:'" :.... ...+..- 'T Pfc WilSon. returned'Sat' to lands. I VICKI PAGE, NANCY MATHENY, KAYE CHASON, t H
Mr and Mrs H Williamsare Vt'Story Va to fly to a ".
Ralph new as. three-shell
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Plug shotgun
Girl Scout Council 'of* the your SARA DICKINSON, SUSAN SMITH and .JUDY COLE. ;
new, managers of Ye1Iow41ne': signed;:XTS Army Base. Mrs Wilson capadity, magazine 'and dhamber .
Apalachee "Bend will conduct a Restaurant, and invite their friends remained -for a longer visit. combined. GIRL SCOUTS BEGIN : SRJC NEWS [L'

S Fall Leaders' Training Program at to stop by and see them.: WMU ,Circle meets Tuesday night Never use full-jacketed or military- CAMPAIGN ** Pro. "' '
An of .
exhibit paintings by ,
a Leaders' Roundtable to" be. held Nov '21st! at 7:30. style cartridges or .22 calibre rim ,
!November 20, at 9:00 a m There who have while .' lessor ,Eugene White are now on '
Monday, are many girls CIVIC CLUB fire cartridges hunting or The' Greenville Girl Scout .Community i
at theMethodist Fellowship Hall. asked to be members of an Inter Cherry Lake Civic Club metTuesday.'night taking deer or bear. campaign began Monday display. in' the college library.' ;. ,
Tallahasseewill Always check hunting area for Mr 0 'H Brown, Bisector of Public
Mrs Charles Shiver' of mediate Girl Scout Troop to be with a good attend evening with a kick-off .dinner for
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conduct Roundtable.At : illegal bait, and. never shoot birds Relations'at Albany State ,Col-'
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the sponsored Elks
by Club. However
ance. Plans were .formulated for the girls and their fathers. The
present.the Girl Scout activities organization of such over. baited area.w legewill be speaker in an ass mb-". .. .
a troop community and, the beach imProvements ?- Never hunt turkey with-a"' dog.and Girl Scout leaders sPOnSor( the Friday November 17 at JtlS"P '
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in Madison are confined to one :i has been held up by.lack of lead. don't hunt or kill a swimming deer. dinner at the Woman's Club1 house. "
Brownie troop of 33 girls under the ers. Anyone, willing to denote part (-QRD'S ACRE DAY Never carry or. use -a gun witha The ,dining room was -decorated: m. '
November 21 ..
leaderhhip of Mrs Carr Sims. Mrs of their "time and energy to this Sunday will be Lord's Acre Day light jn the woods or on'the waterat with yellow chrysanthemums On Tuesday, "RarC : -
C'Bridges' be oug
Greenville will
Jack Wells and Mrs Graham Wheeler worthwhile project; are invited to at Cherry Lake Methodist Church. night. greenery, featuring .the Girl Scouts' .
and sponsored by the Junior attend this roundtable or to contact Shiloh arid Rocky Springs churches Never use artificial light, fire, net, colors.. Large _arrangements of veSper'speak r.. t -

Woman's Club. Mrs Carl Sims., .. : will take part in the program. trap, ,snare, poison, salt lick, set flowers were placed at vantage The public i is invited. to all' ,o :'" ,
or live decoys to hunt or ta.kgame these activities. .
Dinner served at noon. All welcome. guns points, and sprays'of flowers centred f. .... I
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Jh SKATING Remember not to shoot doe or, the dining tables. Ola Sanders of Sarasota was'the- :
1t a Skating very Saturday bight in fawn deer, cub 'bear,panther, Ross' Forty-eight 'attended the dinner.." guest of his parents, Mr and Kra-

;: ,' the school auditorium for all children goose,. snow goose brant, redhead J C Cartmill campaign chairman Ola .Sanders, and Mrs Josle Irvine :

t r, ': '1,...-!4'.i .. ..,of. community is" enjoyed. undersupervision. or canvasback ducks, swan, 'non- introduced Miss Hazel Wilkerson' of yesterday.' *
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'I game or song birds, Key Deer, alligators Tallahassee, who spoke to : the
l:; PTA Everglades Kite hawk, "owl '"Gentlemen Girl Scouts telling tions chairman and. G F Bishop. .

l. ..Thursday night Nov 16th PTA or eagle such animals are fully protested them of the purpose of scouting, business chairman,' organized their, .

:,,:.. f'1 meets for General Health and Christmas by law. and explaining the. plans of the workers into teams. .. a ai
i. Always look before you sfcooL 'The :. '
;0 i 1 'planning program. campaign. > campaign i will continael ,
Aldrich said that there were "
: \ g:: Thanksgiving dinner will be enjoYed i many more detailed.rules and regu- Herman t ielvin. general.. solicltai through Saturday. tI
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.o:,.c .: ; GreenvlUeVoman's Mr Knox McKay Rowe of
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banker and business roan
j.rtMER GALILEAN' SHEPHERD, COMING TO l.IADISQN.TO," Y Evening. at the Clubh use. city for many years died in St.

4 f'SPEAK IN CHURCH AND HIGH HQOL't > American Education he topic Francis hospital In Tulsa, Friday

It is a far cry from the ancient halls of:Galilee and the pastoral for November, expressed the' themeof morning, Nov. 10th. ...
> life of the people there. la the dynamic days of'the'mbdern "present the program. Mr Rowe was a son of the' late \

1 :in civilized America., bu -thse' two extremes are covered-in the Miss Elizabeth Ball, of Live Oak, Mr -nd Mrs Rufus Rowe of Madi ,

/i'span of life of-.Stephen Xr Habousfa, a shepherd from Galilee,i ,who Director:' of the Suwannee, River son. He moved to Broken Arrow
'has brought to America,'the story of Galilee and Palestine, as only Regional -Library reviewed: The :Art many years ago as a young man
i and successful in the banking
.one who was- born there can tell it. Of_ Teaching. Tested Ways of Teaching was
field. He was president of two banks,
i Mr. Haboush's messages on the Shepherd Psalm and his Year" Child and Moonlight at in I
the Arkansas Valley State Bank ,;
Y '"Christian Palestine" :Tratrel ogee.that J)e bring to-our community Midday! r" Broken Arrow and_ another bank i .

: .in a: few days area. .distinct.contribution. to North American letters,. ',Mrs, ,C P Earp, school librarian in a nearby town. He had served as> 1 (
nd to modern thought He and. hs charming"wife. will i distrill. '
Know
appearJrvnative ;booklets Your president of the Okiabania.StatBankers *, -
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*- ; ) Tb _top:off criftg,In',Fenfc cU&m. ::wa on Bar for 1962 U tKI ,
i,: :: vostuthe same co umerwarxx "byhtoe native, Galileans in* Boagspa : .Know Your'Science.., to Association ..A, tribute,Jo four-door, 'aiae'pcMeager. Country Squire X COp). The pawerY'.;
.--tBe days 'of the Bible'>Sto 'present' their ; his. business > :ryas his i mndow it Uodard in this'Squire well in tbe"MjfyaMegjer .-
'and' professional ttiOe. :Pf5eD! t;., $a : abjfity ... -' ,> .4- ,rest < tar' as **
f' : Travelogue "Mr- Habpnsh nnoll';speak: on Susdayjmorning..NovemTaer .# : '\ -reports- were'givenmade ; management: of the banks .tarbt': ....,5e< *, s aAe-Giliide;:Country nine-passenger Squire anti la wagon the nine-pwenge have the only Country forward: ;::'

s;: 19'at 'the-First Methodist-tQitgiving hls/mfoiTaal, 'medita- a 1Pta s-were- for,a *Christ- tl ntr safely 'through. ,the. 'de 1OU :!*.*:tfcfa-d *et la the Jowprieed ear field Tailgate openings.:oa -.
t ttion:'_ on the. 23rd Psalm in costisne and oil,'Mo aiaY.nis it-at 7:"CT: :'I ,:mo -making .projectt; years.Fuaeral.- :> .,*. '. .. :- _ell of the :wfon ...rti,more'than,SO' wide,+Thit.CaLutic 509' ,:-
; .:p-r.!. Nor. 20th he and his--wife will;-present their >Holy :TjnyO* : voted to- contribute toT services. and lurial>were- doer (bottom>> ) l. one of twelve, model The being' lire.l
1962.
\ FortTs expanded CaUxie series for sculptured
; .;Travelogue under the .auspices' of the Ladles of the church. He' the,r .B Christmas seals campaign. held there Monday Nov.. Broken '.the 1962 Galazie pee the appearance of actual motion '
',- :vm be assembly speaker at'tiieHigfi School at 1:15 P M. Monday ,Mrs )Eftrp. Mrs 'Lee,.Bishop, Mrs Survivors are his wife o33.f .ugly classic Ford lines. This appearance of movement I*, 7
Arrow and sister Miss Ethel Thnnderb rd.like window and la
afternoon one emphasised in the recessed + rear
\ : sharing his shepherd experiences with the youth of, ',; 'AtD7setrtkk and Mrs J D Kaney fuel/ The Calaxie series wifll
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EMBt-KCMttq products of the country y ., :_7>to.1-i.
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:. :' Published Weekly Subscription; $S.'15 Per' y'eariA.- Advance are coffee, :bananas, cocoa beans ANOTHER DISTINGUISHED- .; s. I. _

: Delayed: Renewals $ .oo Per. Year and ,cattle. Other crops' include VISITOR TO MADISON _.>....,. \

: : AdvertiSing''Ratea Maote -Known on Application\ rice beans_ cotton,- sugar,. potatoes ,'- ., .
; > and abaca: About 'haltof 3fadisonwbecame 'a refugee center

I Entered't the Madisoa.PostOffke. : as second-class matter -June the country's exports go to for the fleeing leaders of the fallen .J

'15th. 1908.- Under Act of March. 8, 1879. the States and about Confederacy in. that hopeless spring -' .-' -
United of 1865. Among the fugitives i g .. .. ". -.....
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OHNEBS: T. C.'MERCHANT T. C. MERCHANT,: JH. half of the imports come from with John Cabell Breckinridge and '.. -

AND ASSOCIATES that. country. West Germanyis other Confederates prominent in the :

: by far the second largest war effort, was Colonel John Tay- ; ./, '-'f;_.> d'S
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MADISON RECORDER ESTABLISHED 1865 "
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recipient of CostaRica's .ex lor Wood. ; j
NEW ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901 ports. Roman Catholicism is the Colonel! Wood had been cap : 'a '.

." :. CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25* 1908 state' religion, although freedom tured at Irwinville, Georgia, about

.- .- T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and PuT Uaker. of worship is permitted the same time as other Confederate
leaders his uncle
political including
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T. ,.Managing Editor by marriage. President Jefferson
: MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor CHERRY LAKE HEIGHTS Davis. There .he_had found it possible -I i
MRS.:. PROPERTY PURCHASEDMr to bribe of his Federal :a, ;r- s
1-', W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager.Million one : ,
guards. He thus escaped and fled .
RID some pretty-looking apricots iD-1 and Mrs J 0 McDonald and towards the Florida' border. '

... ... one of the stores, but they Mr J D McDonald, bought lots 9 Colonel Wood was a man of great \ '
'. & 10 in Cherry Lake Heights in i t
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been picked before time and distinction. He was the grandson
the Sims sub-division. of President Zachary Taylor hero
did ripe.
never get
_. The transaction was handled
by of The Mexican War, commonly
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HN Bob and Beanie Searcy; agents for known as "Old Rough and Ready* "' d
A Dominant LegislatureSecretary United Farm Agency in Madison The brilliant leader, a graduate of 1r .:..:( .. r

County. Annapolis ,Naval Academy, had
of.State Adams is early carved. out a distinguished '

'" Dollar Rain right in his disagreement with Notice Jo 'Bidder? career in the United, States Navy, S \ MACSHORE CLASSICS]

finally attaining the, rank of'.Cap
'i The million dollar rain came the Goyernor"and other mem- _
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last :week, after almost two bers of the Cabinet over the ADVERTISEMENT" FOR BIDS tain operations: In this had service.been His mainly_ fields along of THE PRICELESS LOOK THE IDEAL GIFT ;

months of waiting,' and was it proposed bond efor. new the 'African coast and in the $4.00 -- AT ....:,-
most welcome! We have noticed University buildings. Trying to The Board;; of Public Instruction Mediterranean Sea. \
I of Madison County,Florida will're .. 'S
'.. that 'the: rain always comes, back the bond issue with anticipated Icehe'seale4: bids in the BoardRoom, In the (strife which terminated thksDtess-SIop F-

some say a day before it is too appropriations by the Board, County Court In war, Colonel Wood's sympathieslay > -" t.

late. Some years ago some of us Legislature,. which was clean Yunconstitutional House, (Madison,'Florida, for-furnish- with the South. He entered the .. ._ ..:.... I i,.,. .....,.... MADISON,. FLORIDA .r.:_,. .!.;: .,,
i ing of.. all labor and materials .toconstruct .military service of The Confederacy
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became .excited over the seems to have
I proposal ; : in the Navy. The officer was a THE WELCH CO. FOR FUEL OIL, CALL '
; to cause the rain to fall been discarded,. 'and now receipts I North, Florida Junior College participant in the 'historic battle Heating Air 'ConditioningG.E. C. T. (Buddy) McWiUiams, Jr.

( .by means of seeding the clouds from student fees are to .Phase in, Student Union Building between the Monitor and the Mer- LENNOX SYSTEMS AGENT, STANDARD OIL CO.

with silver iodide< :; however, be relied upon to pay off the Administration Florida Building, Madison rimac at Hampton Roads, 'Virginia Gas Oil Electrkr HU 3-2279
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nothing came of that except proposed .debt. Even, if that I Suwannee River Junior College "2- This battle signalized the ad SHEET METAL WORK Mr and Mrs Frank Iacone and

the e expenditure: olsbmelnoney: ; plan were desirabjo we should I Classroom Addition, Science Building vent of.the iron armored ships and **Phone VALDOSTA CH 2-7356, GA.Collect sons Al and Andy, spent last weekend
Madison, Florida completely revolutionized Naval battle visiting &Irs Jacone's .brother-
and evenMf ft ha3T'while soma'I hardly think that the student.fees *
Bids for the project will be received tactics. By the end of the War BARBARA MEMORIAL H D CLUB in-law and sistfr, Lt and Mrs CurtisD
:would have,been pleased to get alone would 1 \oe. gilt-edge until lO'iSO a. m., 'December15th only one officer had captured more Earp Jr at Ft Bragg; N C.

the rain, others would have security, although so' many i 1961, at which time they will federal shipping than Colonel Wood. The Barbara Memorial H D Club -

,. been unhappy about it. We re- I wild things are being done be publicly opened _and read in the That was the intrepid Admiral met November 8 with Mrs Billi ;
Board Room County Court House, -
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call once during late summer I nowadays in'th credit field ,Madison, Florida Raphael Semmes ,himself Littleton.

'when, we :were .having what that we do not know. If the' Drawings, Specifications; General, So Colonel Wood' had every reason Devotional was given by Mrs .
to. avoid capture as he pressedtoW' Ruby: Littleton from Matthew I&@ ,
Conditions- Instructions to Bidders ;
some would ll'a "dry" drought student fees as presently fixed Florida. He was successfulin 5:43-48.
and Perm of Proposal may "be obtained -
that we told\ a lady living out should prove,not to be sufficient from the Office of the Architect reaching Madison where he met Rolf call was answered by reports -
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.. in the country .that we should i to pay off the debt plus-interest, 'Emil G. Ball 6208 Arlington General Breckinridge' who, also, from each Chairman. s.k.d .

like to see a rain. Her reply they would have to be raised, Road, Jacksonville'II, Florida, and \ was seeking! to elude pursuing The program was demonstra--
all bids- made accordance, there-- federals and find the safety of tion by everyone of Christmas giftor 'L1 d 7T'r'-
was that 1 "I don't want it to which would place a hardship or with.
foreign shores. Both spent the night Decoration ideas.
rain until I get cotton out." prohibition students General contractors obtain
even a' may
my on some -
of May 15. 1865 in Madison. The collection for this month is .V !w
two sets' of drawings and specifi
'Well, :counting our big' rain of ; or we have an idea that cations for-each of these projects by Edwin B Browning to be donated for needs of the

i 7-r... .: Monday :of last week, 2. 6 pressure would be put on .a making a $40.00 deposit"of which special Education Class in Greenville lJgd! a &lit, coin ..

: inches,"we are even so running later Legislature to pay off the $35.00 will. be refunded to those BABY SANDERS taught by Mrs- Frances Collins pact design.:$tGis, t' .? ....j 7
firms making. bona fide Mr. and Mrs E P Sanders Jr of fist cuts stefr.Hu 1 .
about foot of load.
a rain under the The Governor and some 4.2Z11cear ratio. J! '
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I bids, when drawings .and specifications Madison are the parents of a baby The hostess served delicious refreshments ; ..
normal for the year. At pres of the, other. members, of the are returned in good condi- girl born Nov. 12th'at the local hospitaL during the social Weigh only 20 tb. :; _
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:: ent we' are running..just a little : Cabinet, are former members tion. General contractors not 'submitting The baby weighed 9 Ibs. and period. The December meeting will TJ1e&Wsupb32I ::
: over thirty-six inches forthe of the Legislature b'ut.Ad a bona fide bid must :return was named Susanne for her two plus-accessor!w. '
ms be with Mrs B M Williams. We will ;'\:
"l. the drawings and specificationsten aunts, Mrs Richard Baker and, MrsHenry I.
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year so far, whereas lastyear comes straight from the Legis- have a'Christmas party and gift ex- .,- ..
or more days before the date set .Stalling
which 'was- a little above lature to the Cabinet and seems for receiving bids In o erto receive -' ,change._ '. / ,

normal; we had already marked. not to have lost his appreciation the refund. Material dealers: Mr and Mrs W S Cooper, Jr. and I I'j- .

UP more, thair fifty-three inch_ es. of the Legislature's' pro: may obtain complete sets of draw- daughter Jackie were week 'end YOUTH RALLY : 4rN
of and lrlrs.E H
ings and specifications for $20.00 guests Major
vince in the whole .matter. If per set, of which $15.00 will be refunded Cooper and family this past week &: A Youth Rally will be held at .
: the Legislature had sufficiently if the drawings and specifications attended the Georgia-Florida foot- Pine Grove>Baptist church Saturday

:. If th -Crown Fall. wanted the new buildings put are returned in good condition ball game f at The Gator BowL. night, Nov 18th at 7:30 o'clock Rev. "
within ten days after the opening Paul Travis of Pinetta Baptist
r : Tomatoes I up at once, that body could of bids.- General Contractors may 'Mrs 'Emmaline Carpenter and church will assist with the program.
have provided for. their- construction -. obtain additional complete sets for i Miss Clifford..Livingston visited. Mrs

:.... Those who like (we are al- By necessity of circumstances each project at $20.00 per set, under 1 Carpenter's son-in-law and daughter Mrs Graham Wheeler and chil HANDY McCULlOCHMAC

:[- jnost tempted to say "love") the Legislature has the same conditions of refund as set I Mr and Mrs Richard Sowell, in drenVictor and Debbie, moved Into 35A CHAIN SAW
I forth above for General
Con Plant last weekend. Reichmann house this
City the Kirby RAO'-IHS
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N fresh tomatoes as much as does made of the Cabinet, somewhatof tractors.. Additional drawings maybe I
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the writer- have certainly been an under-. Legislature,! but ,procured through the- Architectj Mrs John Richardson returns to

"r enjoying; these home-grown now it seems .that the Cabinet ers by upon Contractors payment and_ of cost of repro-- her home in,Atlanta today from a '53 GMC Pickup $195A Prices tor*. as. on 149J MoCulloah 5 aaws ?tart -*.

*... ripe tomatoes we have been has some desire, to become a duction, which will not be refund- several days visit here with her

having the past few weeks.. dominant able. mother, Mrs C ,C' Wells. steal at Hovverton Supply Co- '

It might be that we" could profitably Legislature A certified' or cashier's check: ; or i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO }HARM MOM CO.
bid .bond ,properly executed. In a j .. South Da.deSt: Madison, Fla.
enlarge upon the idea JSt riIr 'y tr sum not less than 5% of base* bid.I MAKE APPLICATION FOR
and make a small industry out payable to "the Board of Public: FINAL DISCHARGE

:" of growing fall tomatoes. We Costa -Rica is the second proposal Instruction as, must a guarantee accompany that each the i: Florida-Statutes 'See' Ik FoHowing Good Used- '

f cat the shipped tomatoes that smallest of the CentraT American Bidder will promptly end Into: IN COURT OF THE COUNTY _

.' ; ,.;?' :_ were picked green during the republics, with..an- area agreement to do the work' and furnish JUDGE.,OF MADISON FLORIDA.In ., COUNTYSTATE Tractors At Albrittofl Bros-' '

,-. inter, but the bush or tree about a third that of the state a performance bond in the sum re the Estate of Alice Eudora ,
] of 1005& 'of the contract Each ;
ripened ones are_so'much better., of Florida and a population proposal' when submitted niti5,be Jarvis Deceased... In Probate. Tractor Company '' ; '
WHOM nMAY CONCERN
It, is' unfortunate that so much.Jsomewhat less than a fourth clearly marked on the cover' with TO' ALL ..

J of our fruit has to be picked' ,that of Florida. About a fifth the of 'the:Bidder's project name The and Board the name reserves Notice:is"hereby given that Colvin TO-20 Ferguson .* .. .. .".:. ., ....-.i<.... .I. .J_..$. -695. ,

before time in order to take. of the people live in the met the -right to 'reject any or Wilmot Jarvis filed his final report TO-30: Ferguson . . .. ... . ; ...... .-'. '1095

care of the lag before it gets jropolitan, are* of the. ,capital: all bids and' '.to waive any informali. as'Executor of the estate of Alice Jubilee Ford . .: . .,.. . . *,. .. .. 1095
I Eudora Jarvis,. deceased that he has.
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R to the consumer. Last. year so I cljy.San.; Jose.- The jCosta I ties.THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION filed his petition for final; discharge, A I rmaU W/Cultivator and; Plow .. ?:%.';: ;.V 29'SC

;many of the oranges sold here Ricans are 'mostly descendants I MADISON COUNTY and that* he will apply to ttw Farmall W/Cultivator, Planters, -

here rather tasteless "because of Spanish .settlers_ and 'do not I FLORIDA.. Honorable Curtis D Earp County Distributors and Plows: . .s '. .,Q. ...,.. .' -,495--
.BY GRIFFIN BISHOP, Secretary Judge, of_ Madison County Florida S Allis-Chalmers W/Oultivator & Dist. 495
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run through those cooking and .. "- unt a. There is! :12-4t-ch for 'approval of same and for final Pony Massey Harris W/Cultivator, .. /;' J..*. "i_:, .'k: -

i-. :V, coloring machines; though; we.less grinding poverty- in- the i'57F-I.' jicbp- $ discharge as Executor of the estate Distributor and Plow . . .'.. .7TZ< ?4Sf -
Alice Did Jarvis deceased '
:".V.must say' that the early' i citrus" country' and little coftreeie I Large: body '. I of on this: 14;day of:a NoY mber. 196L Albrkton Bros- Tractor Comply i : : :
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::-;::> ,we have encountered eyam: 'I weather Most of thepoopfc. (are COLVIN SOT JARVIS. _' '_

:K "- 4;r: seems to be right good for' the small l farmers.or modest middle--! -JJARDEE'I011J. 'CO. Executor: of the: estate of Alice{ ,LIVE OAK FO 2-2381 '
Eudora".1arvis.. deceased : :
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Funeral services were held Sun ,
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Lee Methodist church for Mrs E S ,
< '!' ,: : {r. -, Williams, who passed away Friday :. CASTLE"'PARK rt s JI: .
evening in the local.: hospital. In- rvALDOsT

..! .' :. crment was in Stonewall cemetery. GA. ..
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1', ; eev Gerald; WUliams,of..Tallahassee ...._ .. .
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)Irs3ohiany .Hodnett.,' ,and,;' ADssEthelerie 1 a .s "L 1
Williams, Madison; threls -
J' :i.,- sons, R L, Shelton andJames. Madison easy r .. _
XFk'; y" #-;i,. ; 20 grandchildren; 12-great 1: 1 : ,:

) : -.:t. r grandchildren. ; one sister; -Mii B W \ Mutewhite, tthite'Is the.co for"ofairy'jnermaids Buts Y
" ,Webb, ,Madison, and one brother, j ill
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'", .;;!'.-:..'!(.' \, ',:.f Mrs Williams spent her entire life ;>\ :, ;:f- i and happy-go-lucky
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family and
'PANTRY,MAID '_ cbnimunityV :;::.?

' SOLID OLEO ./ ,! s:{=.29 I ." .. :... lowers Aetive, pallbearers Carroll Dickey were Larrie Eddie ...!';.::::4: cotton that bring young ;y y' I 'I

LADY FAIR BUTTERMILK OR SWEET MilK ? Cherry, .Bob..Searcy, Mellous Moore liff t
BISCUITS I acans25_> .and Raymond :Mercer. good dunkingrcome up sparkluig -

.'f" "Honorary AJarcus Cherry, Arthur ..
FRESH : '4 thifeand lroned
PACKED smooth
0< lagans, Bob Adams, Dalton Mercer,' ," ,'' r -as .:' .. -
Standard OYSTERS" *"?S?:79#.' : R W .McMullen, Gerald 'Blanton, J -, every time! Even the Straps aretOuchup' T

LARGE .. .. I* Bullard, Waldron Ragans, Albert
'HEADLESS SHRIMP Mickler, Henry Whitney John free! BALisjamo[ sse ,

.- ,. irVhitty,. ,Louis Searcy

LADY FAIR 15 Z'OR'. -L'. : : Attending from out of town were:
SOUTH 8 OZ SEASONED : Mrs Leslie Williams and children arailiBrBANDEAUl '. -' .
Leslie and Betty Mr and Mrs WilLiam iong inc. B c pS :
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POULTRY 25 Miller of Plant City; Mrs Fred 4$0_ ,'_bcu) S.O w: ... ,>'._ ...
: Williams, J Ir and Mrs ,
Williams "
Jimmy J ': ,
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; i STUFFING /c. and Deone Williams of Cross :y : ;

City; Mr and Mrs Edgar Keene, A, B, C CUPS .. $3.00 '.;'$: "

FARMER CRAY'AVAILABLE TUR Angela and Princess Keene. of Columbia D CUPS 5350 ;

AT SLIGHTLY. S "C, Howard Williams of =- '. 'i,.

t HIGHER fBl ICES "': Columbus,..Ohio; Mr and Mrs'!Steve Colonel and Mrs Frank Scofieldof .' .
Sentry of Tar 1paMr; : and Mrs OAK HiLL NEWSRev
t Daniel Chevy Chase Maryland were HITCHCOCK
Williams of Valrico Mrs
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'. : : "' "'" M' .Midyette, of Plant City; Mrs -itA y. of the Florida. Baptist Conventionat from Saturday until Tuesday. They REFRIGERATION SERVICE ; .

-.:* Cornelia Hayes of Winter Haven; Mr ; Orlando this week. Mrs Travis had been, called to Jacksonville by Madison, Florida.

L6 49IP and Mrs; 'D "G McMullen and Anne and son Timmy visited Her parents, the serious illness of Mrs Scofield's PHONE HU 36339if

:HcMullen of-Gainesville; :and .Mrs Mr and Mrs Leonard Lyons, of mother ;Mrs J McC Tharin who is Call
no answer,
Eleanor Parker and Davis Parkerof SEVERAL GRADES Keystone Heights. now greatly improved. .
HU 32560James ,
Newberry; and VARIETIES Mrs T C Simms and'Mrs R C ,
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AK J Fertilized Right, Made Right Taylor; of Jacksonville. Mr and ;'59 Chev 2-ton truck
LB ". Mr and 'Mrs Julian Bentley were Mrs Calvin Buchanan and Jerry ,
ANY QUANTITY is at home from .
.. ... .' guests of their'soninlaw andy and Mr and Mrs Bobby Buchanan E Stanley .-
daughter Mr and Mrs Leslie Buie were dinner guests of Mr and 'MrsR '. $1150i undergoing. in inevl vt."J. _

and daughter Anne_ in Gainesville .$j$ Per Ton & Up P Buchanan Sunday. -- I hospital last Wednesday M J ;;

over the' weekend. i real bargain -x- n :
STEW While 'there Mr Pinetta WMS ,joined Redland .

S 18 29c. : and Mrs Bentley. celebrated their I atFaiinWe VMS .#or .a joint mission study of HAH MOTOR CO. The L R Tooles of Jacksonville ..
32nd wedding anniversary. The Hands Across. the .Sea Nov 9. Mrs were visitors here last week en
Load the Trucks _. ..._ __ __
Buies u
entertained at a dinner for W L, -Wynn of New Bethel was theteacher

-. them :Saturday evening when an' L. A. DEL assisted! by 'Rev W LWynn. '0
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POUND $ anniversary cake was served .withdessert. r A, coyored dish luncheon 'i. f -
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Madison and Greenville Office Phone Home Phone alSO Attending' from Pinetta were:

residents were. among the guests. WY 7-2213 WY 7-2173 Mrs T J Ellington Mrs Ran Terry
Mrs Buie and daughter accompaniedher Mrs Don Qregol, Mrs Calvin Gaston -

5 rnia' parents to Madison and are Mrs Bertie Walker, Mrs Lura
MIDGET FOOTBALL GAMES
their guests this week. Mr Buie Copdy, Mrs Howard Coody, Mrs J

will come for the w ekend'nd L Davis, Mrs Cecil Crafton, Mrs '"
The Imps Midget Football ,team of
will accompany them home. Bob Keeling ,and Mrs R L Crafton.
I Madison plays. -the Greenville PeeWee '-'
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; a
Greenville this Thursday _. '
t Mr and "Mrs Ralph. Reddick and with a stork shower, Nov 9'in the --
night.
A" children of Newnan, Ga were guestsof home of Mrs Bill Deloach. Several .
This' Friday evening the Imps .N St
Mrs Reddick's parents Mr and games were played and prizes were
will the Lake team
play Cherry
a. Mrs.. T J Beggs Jr'' Sunday. awarded. ,
prIor 'to high school Madison- -+ s
f. ... The honoree was assisted with
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: S3OCVVS "'- Biountstown game \?t 6:30 on the
her-gifts by Miss Lounette Ham-
local field.
We Have a Full Line of mock. Refreshments were,cup cakes

DwoskinTAtBOTT decorated in appropriate colors, I It
:Mrand Mrs Jimmy L Abbott and r
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chips, crackers and cold drinks. Co- i
sons, Jinimy Dean and Wayne, ; .
hostesses 'Yere. Mrs WillieKeeling,
visited Mr and Mrs James E Williams -
; Mrs Velion Evans & Miss, Lounette okt
4 Ab4! and son in their new home in Hammock.. -
a Jacksonville Wednesday. Mrs John O _ie
PAINT & =
Mickler accompanied Mr and Mrs _
'. WALLPAPERCastle Abbott to ,Jacksonville to visit with .UOSPllL 'NEWS
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ParkVALDOSTA her daughter for the day also, Mr .

C GA. and Mrs Williams ,just moved into I" ADMISSIONS: Joseph W Hem. +' Ely

;4r fa::::::::>oc:=:>m::::::>n<"'\n<=::) their new home two weeks ago., bree, Mrs Estelle O'Quinn, Mrs
:Juanita' Smith Mrs Ethel Williams, / t+ 4v

H J Bellflower, Mrs' .Mary rAnn __ ...'! ..
**-x* Tu Raines, Charlie Wynn, Mrs Frances 'i ..
Sanders, Mrs Mamie Lou Huggins,, -
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; Mrs Rose Fountain.DISCHARGES Madison Shell backs -

: Doc Faircloth,; :

.Iit. Frank Cantey, Mrs Estelle O'Quinnand l

"I'If t baby' boy, Mrs .Juanita Smith, with .this ironclad guarantee .. ,
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Mrs Sue Hawkins and baby boy,, S 04
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EVERrTHIWYOVUNEEOr William H Bailey Sr, Charlie Wynn AD inter Ji :
,.,", p 1. protection to any temperature you.specify:

"to '-. .. Paul Ellington BABY, .F O'QUINN J Simmons.. -down to 6? degrees below zero. : .t t.. :

.> HUNTING CAPS' A baby boy was born to Mr and 2. Free refills! if, needed any time this winter, at"any Shell -,:

SUITS Mrs F JD O'Quinn, Nov 7. -' He station in the U S and Canada. .: ; j.Here's ;fZ
11 SHELLS CARTRIDGES I weighed 6 Ibs. 11
SIZE 38 C ; ; ozs. :'
LOAVESLOWS' HUNTING,'JACKETS -. BABY .SANDERS Why we canT offer you this ironclad ShellzoncguaranteerWei : ..:
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S> SHOT GUNS, RIFLES Mr and Mrs E P Sanders Jr ol give you an 11:-Point cooling systemcheck at no extra cost:to .
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j ill HUNTING BOOTS: S y Madison are the parents of a babY' track down'potential leaks. ,
14 oz .> .HUNTING PACKS girl born, Nov 12. She weighed 9 lbs. .
[ .CELLO 2Sc. -' HUNTING VESTS' f BABY .EDWARDSMr We: put- jn the right amount of Shellzone Our calculations even ;

II .r-SHOT GUN CASES and Mrs Howell Edwards of include the water capacity of your heater. i .,'J! '

INS ICEBOX'' JOe: .I ,HUNTING BAGS Madison are announcing the. arrivalof ..'
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_'.>. JBOOT-SOX a baby boy early Wednesday See us now,.,before. the first frost brings on the big'rush. .

450Z.- 39c Ii.-- GAME :CARRIERS morning Nov 15. ,He weighed 8. lbs,
JAR .) ,JEE GUN RACKS
5 ozs.
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i. r Henry Hill, Eddie Edwards Lina l t
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,... .i, ... Laster, Willie BrawDischarges : DAYISSERVICE -II H!

25RCHANTS T Southern Sahage ''Co.o. : Silas Jackson, Rufus !
Frazier, Henry HilL

41.00 0* MORC GREEN MIHCHACK STAWjITM Dr ...<:o. : "':ARMY, TAVYGOODS. --(FAWN. SHOP, USED WASHERS' STATION
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Bill Primrose of Tallahassee was : :'
S. p" Table Supply guest speaker at the Rotary: Clubmeeting'Wednesday allHU36O1.5 '
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.. r _'_ "Will be Closed Thanksgiving. report of the work of and the brought Children'sHome a j=;: ,; EASY,FINANCING ',," q.. :
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.". am to 7:30 pm. leader, Daddy Fagg; now deceased.- -
:: SUNDAYS-8-11 am37:30, pm Mr Primrose told of the care used ., _1 '
in adoption proceedings.:.. He said I Three members of the Madison '
ALUMINUM AWNINGS Lions Club 'L
attended
there were manjr more homes want- a zone meetingin
5 Custom built to specifications ing babies than there were babies. Quincy Sunday. At the -meetingto $5OO ,
-. HOWERTON: SUPPLY CO. Visiting Rotarians Price discuss future plans for Lions
were ...._
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lickman and area
Randy Mai of Live International in our were, :
Watch for 1000 !!! ft Oak. A,W Wilder' of Atlanta' was .:x president ,Bob Lay, Secretary L, C .... .; :
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-POTS ,
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54 Chev ;
i meeting of the Florida Baptist, Convention pickup $495. .\ "" .
in Orlando this week. Mr and Mrs Iron es Campbell of '
: i Bak. King'Seamless Aluminum 9%" x 4" Loess Bottom ;-f-
Vero Beach Mike
HARDEE MOTOR CO. and son Campbell '
FOOD .
J of 'FSU, and Mrs-T C Webb Pan 3 ?. 29C ANGEL "
Cake
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of '
Jones
Mayo were supper guestsof .. :
12" Ready Mix. 13 X 9V4 x 2 Seamless Reg. $1.1'
Mr and Mrs W H Woodard Sat-
3r urday night while here to attend a LEE PTA Cake Pan 99.: 87c ROASTING PAN Sic,

Baptist Associational office planning (For turkey, chicken, ham I
meeting. % The PTA of, Lee School met Reg. $1.19 up to 10 Ibs.) I

Thursday, Nov 9,at 7:30.-The sixth 12tupj Muffin Pan 93c Perfect size.for package f!
USE Qstic Wiring and Repair grade won the attendance award of of geiatin Reg. 95c !
U i1P' 41 $2.00 for having the most people .., i

s4 ptOtb Bryan Electric Co. present. The principal, Mr Richard Perfect 3-in-l .SldMld82. C }, I
Brown, reported on the carnival:; Seamless, size 8"x25"
'j, P-I' ASSOCIATIONAL S MEETINGA total "income-from which ,was ,$434; _25_fflUASA Aluminum" VA 10:v* 12 x 1 Seamless Reg. 11.19 --,_ 1

' : Most Mi Popular rka',. Middle Sunday Florida School Baptist meeting Associational will- i 30 the. This floor isn't and cover quite enough cabinets'to in tile the Broiler 1:"i 9 99c COOKIE SHEET SSe

lunchroom :Mr Brown
I STORMWINDOW be held Monday night. at. Macedonia, said the
church school would proceed with the

t The new associational S Superintendent work in. hOpes that someone would -
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Rev LaVaughn Middle- donate some more. Generous Mr
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.. will be !speaker of the evening. the FFA chapter. ,
.:I. The sixth grade students gave the T OY ofyyCs

H STOP devotional. They were followed by a
panel of teachers and parents on ,
Here for These Services and
#rJ the subject "What the .School expected 3
,_ .. tOt tAu Products: from the Community and S : Values $1.98
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What the community expected from -
1 ; .. ? e tustrc Suts; Curing and Smoking'MEAT the School. Speaking for the S ,
J.J. : school were, Mr Richard Brown, .
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'5 Mrs Mildred Almand, "Mrs Lucile AN'D$8: 88
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? S |l li 11" '! wero Bret.CI Ai ago 51 ---- Speaking for the communityj were TWO' :
Insist On easy-On One, Get One Free of
i .. :'t. Buy Mrs Denslow Mrs Rosemary Al
AT YOUR mand Mrs Gaile Wilsky and Mr
.E Local Dealer's Mary Carter Paint Bob Searcy. Dr Beck was, the '
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S \i r : WE HAVE1hS audience participated also.: The

FREEZER LOCKERS AND school and community expected the : .TOYPIANO$4.99
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I :HOT SPECIALS FOR. COLD WEATHER Stolen During Fisherman, the\ 'night;:saest.,-'Tuesday- :' .someone :r.-.-" "-: I departed'5f -a- Dear this.Memory worldly Christian life Wife on who 1 Oct t NEHIjBOmiHG f ;r. --. ;.


V stole the Fisherman I had displayed -
:18, 1961.,
There is no doubt in '
: Blankets beside State Road 14 and :mind that under my .'GnP*
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she
by 1 the glow of
placed it on top of the New College. Jesus Christ Offing*
our' Saviour. Always a 10 .
..,. 72x90 94% Rayon 6# Acrftan ........ :. Remembering where they had seetf kind word for ,-"" O Upper
s sadly O StrawberryRoof
everyone
Moth-proof Washable '}'. -, MEN'S AND BOY'S it displayed, the janitors of the -
It .::'T.' :missed by her husband 'for fort y" ...,.
: College'returned it with damages|
: i five years. May God give her eternal
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Special49$ done. I .
JacketsLARGE peace and rest,
I Tiave had J several reports of Joe Mintzer

nice bass being caught with a

1-' LARd SELECTION E'T. '4:1' ...._ SELECTION "J ohney Rattler." Also several went #-">
'. out with live minnows this past
; ; POPULAR PRICES
RubberBoots A. week. Speckled 'Perch are biting.

): .. ,, ; .- Lawrence Rowell J- S JAMBS HONG ,

:::- ; Boys' __ ,$5.95 to $9.95 -: ,,
r.+ Children's. sizes 9 to 3 $3.95ladies' / _

"': '.,. :Men's"" _.- $8.95 to '$24.95 I Hogg's_ Gun Service Of Tallahassee, Florida): ;'
Formerly
sizes 4 to 10 ...., $4.95 \TIlE WEAThER .. \ .

> .;.Men's. sizes 6 to 13 $5.95 and $695 .. ;,Attention Hunters 4 .i
: Week ending November 14th, 1961
'Men's Hip Boots $11.95 to $12.95 I .
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fi' I WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THEOPENING OF.-
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Wednesday. .72 53 .00 _
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'! Thursday 66 48 .00 :
"\". Friday : ::- 70 38 .00 "

__ _. II Saturday '. ..':.:t_ 73 50..00 0
i 1 j'I '-'\. Sunday \ 80 58 .00
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Monday -. ,82 59 .00
,- Tuesday 78 65 .00
-\ :_ zo. ,-- :t _see us, for your Men's and Boys 47iiea4tS Se'toic !
#zti.
%', Hunting clothes at reasonable-prices. TOTAL .00 .
:6 "7 ';: Selection of hunting caps, pants, Rainfall- week. ending Nov 11th .at

1"w'":;-, ; vests, game sacks, shell belts, gun Gibson Tower 1.70 in, f.ovett Tower 155 :Washington Street, Monticello Florida .
eases. 1.90 in, Aucilla Tower'1.00 in, Sin-
clair Tower 1.50 in, Mill Creek
I \ Tower 2.50 fav 'Madison forestrY- ...
H! DAYLIGHT DEPARTMENT. STORE headquarters 2.00 in. AND INVITES EACH AND .EVERY ONE OF YOU TO

Sun rises Nov 17th 7:02 am, sets,
5:35 pm. CALL ON :HIM. IN THE. -NEW- LOCATION- '
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Moon in constellation of Aquarius ', '" -
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High tide. Nov '17th at St .Marks

I. ) light 10:26 pm. S COMPLETE REPAIRS ON ALL GUNS v
"i '_ Mr and Mrs George Gandy were Mrs A H Hemphill had as guests Watch f for 1000 1!! Ti?
I last Friday and Saturday, Mrs R V .
t guests of Mr and Mrs S A, Johnson 1 Parker and Mrs Florence Hinsqn of McCullough's. Including,_,sto manufacturing. and _blueing carry: a
F7 in Plant City and Mr and Mrs Jack .' -
,1 Green ,Cove Springs. They were en HEART ASSOCIATION HAS large supply of parts and other. hunting and fishing supplies -
Austin in Gainesville this week.1 .
route to visit their daughters and .J
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families in Texas.x. Table Supply

Mrs 3N_ Gross, president of the
:COME! !rZ 1tj 1- Will be Closed
-TCALL I Thanksgiving '
... Mrs Thomas Cook' Heart Association presided at the BUSINESS HOURS A SPECIALIZING IN POLY:CHORE INSTALLATIONS
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meeting Tuesday night in theAg <
Buffalo N. Y'arrived s Wednesday DAILY-?;00 am to 7:30 pm .--- i
;SQUARE DANCE -: Centerwhen she reminded: those rSUWANNEE
SUNDAYS 11 ani .
31:30'pm.
night to bewith her': sister, Mrs ;
attending of the Heart Drive to beheld _., ,
Where? ;
beeJia
'c '*. : Fred Hardee. who has ---
in She also
February.
I patient in ,the local hospital.x .. I presented
: I f-';..AMERICAN LEGION .HALL,, -X- special awards and bronze FOOD STORE
t".. ."' MADISON plaques to 1.rs'C C Wells and Mrs 7 -
: and Mrs T L Thorne *of Rus- Emaline Carpenter for their. work .

i When? sellville, Ala visited Mrs, ,Margie with the Heart Council in which ;
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: Roberts Land Mr :and Mrs Rauden hey gave meritorious and dedicated Food Savings
\-: f-1'] FridaY, November ,17th-8 .p. m. Day 'and family-this week. She is service. 4- !
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Price?
Mrs Day. support of the Heart Drive, reported .

COUPLE that Madison, county is the top __ 1
Ig.' $2.00 PER DelMonteSeedless' Libby's
/ county in the state in number of ..
,' :jf :. ( $1.50 PER PERSON 59 Ford F-100 pickup heart attacks. No. 303 Can Nabisco -

MUSIC. BY THE SOUTHLAND -- Earl Donaldson, new field director -
PLAYERS $1150a showed an interesting'film ,on < Fruit ,& Peel : <
Fruit Cocktail
15 Oz. 23c .
',. *. DANCE SPONSORED BY THE :nice truck atherosclerosis, its_ causes and

j .jj... MADISON JUNIOR WOMAN'S MOTOR CO.' treatment and the prevention of ,.
HARDEE high cholesterol content in the -2931 "
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Jill ,Dr Royce Jackson conducted an I Seeoed : ". BAMA .
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------I a main factor of this county's Bf.aau RAm SWANSDOWNCake : BYRD'SRED '.
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high fat diets causing,large amounts ;SUNNYLAND { Flour){ 2 Ibpkg39cBrazfl 4 LB. .CELLO BAG .:

.: of cholesterol deposits in the arteries SMOKED .

interfering with.circulation of
_" TWO-LEVEL WASHING blood. The doctor sounded a warning PICNICS LB. 29 :: '- Apple'WELL ; .
for correct diet, ample exercise ,
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: ? -' 't VINYLCUSHIONEDINTERIOR great killer. Sirloin NU1! : DIXIE'QUEENCooking .

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$2.50 _DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ,
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; JUVENILE FURNITURE AT SET- STEAK LB. 89g.l Hh.Celk.39c. :

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.. J' OR MONEY BACK Palmolive "So p, Reg. 2 foif 22c 'Octagon Soap, Bar 12c ',

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.. -.. Purchase under our written Money BOCK Guarantee. / New- '" Octagon Liquid, 48 oz. 69c
t' .. Miss Elizabeth Ball, new regional Cashmere Bouquet, Reg. 2 for 22c
Use in own home,to Mobile Maid's 2-IeyeI local library -
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.-' washing action outwashes .11 other dishwashers number of new books. About 77 Free Bar .deal'3 for 30c -'.... yet Liquid' ;. Giant 67c

"Including pople! If It doesn't purchll' price viI books; a great many of them chil- Super Suds Lrg. 7c off 27c "c' -
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'rs t '- Quality Painting l\IELTON.'S.AtrrO\ : GLASS :& HE'NEWSi: ,NOm;< ":. Announcing The Opening Of 4 4r -
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Compact:: Foreign Cars A Specialty Auto',_ Truck" ,_H Glass, r All. Makes' brand; Mrs' H'j ''Brown went to j ..

I -, PIPE' .&-SUPPLY CO. Free 'Estimates Custom mad:: ,Seat*. Covers, Tops Jacksonville Sunday to visit her
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& PIPE &. FITTING .\ Tallahassee, Fla.Padgett's .. Rubber and Carpet Tailored Floor a hospital from. injuries he receivedin Birrett'sStu&J; ; -

I I O ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Harley-Davidson Mats, a fall. S. i .:
WATER HEATERS i 420* N. Duval 222-5505 -Mrs R E Ragans 'has had J.trand s _

O GAS.&-OIL HEATERS bi ton'" Y cL ES Tallahassee, FIa.r' Mrs Rodney Tyson of Live Oak, Mr at r\ .

), O. TILE BOARD ,Bales ServiceAccessories 's *, s. s t and $trs Henry Ragans, and Mrs ..).'* 221 W. HOWARD ST. ,

23 years*Serving' The Area Used Bikes from JSQ.OO ..tipaiAC ,__ -,_ .s_ J, _.. .s *. ,...,_ ,-'. Millinor.. 'Mrs Irene'aag ns and.'Mrs ,
1610 S. Monroe St PhV 222-3537 ; 'Oj-dbwi}+'payinent if qualify y Carl. Bevis to vfs t. her recently 5- .
j .* .. Gaines CAMELLIA, BAKERY Oak Fla .. T
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I v -- --' 411 W. St. Ph. 222-0130 *; Mrs, J H Williams and Mr and !

r ; Palmer-HarreU Buick Co. Tallahassee, Fla. t Wedding -" Birthday ;- Part Y Mrs ,Don, Roderick visited relatives. '/ _

SPECIAL, END OF-SEASON Cakes'for all occasions ia..Jacksonville. during the week end. A .:.. 1 Phone Forrest 2-1940 ra
Buick and Opel.: ,.'
.j4 Sales and Service MERCHANDISE IN SUPER! 10 &: rnade': to_ order= ; _Mrs. Minnie, Moore visiting :her : ,
J f TOPPERS SCOOTERS Danish' Pastries Baked Bread-Pies daughter Mrs Ruth Hembree in r 4.S.
Extra Clean Used Cars
617 N; Monroe St Ph. '222-4560 Steinhatchee, .
__ for a few days. : '
'G.: M.,A. C. Financing ,_ THE CARPET SHOP -- ..'.
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:; Barnett have vWe do Commercial andpersonal tHoto Work] '
1930 Thomasville Rd. Phi 224-2191 Your MOHAWK Deale : '. .
Tallahassee, FU. Our business is s' t s, 's, a.a returned from Tampa; where they We win take out=of:tot apPointments .:, .,'
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CARPETING t . s ,. .s were called .by. the. death of his Develop Films,- Handle: Camera' Supplies 1 '-
TALLAHASSEE ROOFING & i grandmother Mrs'.G A- Barnett. -
po Call on us.for any of. your photography needs rj -
Sales, Installations, Cleaning PEST CONTROLPest
HEATING COMPANYBarrett Mr and :-Mrs aWl eI'McMulleri and
j We Do _Rug Cleaning I Control Termite Proofing son'T ddy of Jacksonville were H. GJOIKET/FISHER Photographer_ JACK BA.JtR.E'tT..0wJier, -
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Free home Appt. can collect .HATS; Roaches. Fumigation": visiting(
Mr
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Patios
Nu-Veni Awnings, '
CarportS '
224-7242 X17 E. 3rd. Ave. For estimate calieo eCi 223-3798 .the .
over week-end.'
Coleman Heating Installations ? Drink( M. PEPPER
Home remodeling repairs -36 mos. Tallahassee) Fla. Nights!' holidays1 385-3433 Mrs Bobby Dykes of Perry is 60FordF-100pkkup .!

*- # + 1313, .S Monroe St. visiting her- parents'-.Mr-; :Mrs .
to pay. For estimate call 223-0268_ t $1350good .BILLY WELCH TO BE I
Tallahassee Fla. R D Evans.
510 All Saints St P O Boer 2624 pps JONES AUTO ELECTRIC --
., COMMISSIONED ENSIGN' ,
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;.Mrs Albert Campbell are
Tallahassee, Fla. Specialists on .qenera 's, .Starters,. ',' condition.., Today Friday Nov 17 at Uie
relatives Beach
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Your TOY; HOBBY: Fords, I Chevs to-1958-Otiiers ;$14.95 ', :Mrs Richard-,:Brown andj f daughter
TEFRONTIER SHO -. School at Newport, Rhode
FURNITURE bay returned from Alabama .
,f CHILDREN'S Ph. 222-3252 r.Complete Pisgah,
2224 S. Monroe/St. -
line WESTERN.WEAR: Island, William Langford. Weldf,
where they had been visitingher LIONS' CLUB
Needs Are Our SpecialtyWe Fla.
,, Tallahassee, for Men, Women; 'Children son of, Mr Lonnie'B' Welch. 'a+RI"
s s s s parents, Mr and Mrs Jerry Buddy Luridy, was In charge of .
Invite you to start'yourChristmas Saddlery Horse Trailers Ihoden. the program at the Lions' Club meeting ; commissioned ..as an Ensign III

La -Away Now 1927 ThomasyilleJfcJ,, Ph, ,224-5311, the United States Naval Reserved
LITTLE FOLKS STORE Inc. s.. .* -*110- Mrs Gene BarringtOn has returnedto Tuesday and showed a forestry ,
: riLHOUS STUDIOS Tallahassee, Fla. ; after'aT : aim,'Opportunity' Acres illustrating He will report to the USS FrankliaD
home
her jn Savannah
St Ph. 222-1146 *' ,
133 N. Monroe
\ e T th and of tiinber. !The Roosevelt, which is home portedIn -
.' Tallahassee's witfi,ire arents'Mr'an3 growth \care
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Newest BALDWIN Dealer s s- s s s Almdn Tuten here': .; .- film! the was a forestry new one,department iecelY'put and outby Mayport_ Florida.r >/ !| .

PIANOSSTEINWAY ART SUPPLIES "' Friends will"regret that'htr E
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PIANOS showed-scenes. in this part of the !Miss Billie Jean Coody !
-'SOHMERKIMBALL PICTURE FRAMING Whitty continues quite, illat ,the *
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ORGANS ; .
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HOME )and ..CHURCH; ORGANS- .. .WALLPAPER Madison County Memorial hospital.
I WURLITZER 'PIANOS and ORGANS ;: ,: CASSON.'S: LTD. Those visiting him were Mr and Mrs .. Mr and Mrs Lawrence M' Greenof hospital where she U11dq
ZABENKO PIANO. HOUSE 1840,N.::Monroe '= ., ; went. surgery last week; >f f f.Mr (U
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1326 S. :Adams St.; Ph. 222-9669 Shelton Newbern, Auburndale. Mr Winter --Haven who Txad been I

Dial 222-5028 Tallahassee Fla.SURER Ph. 385-2828 .Tallahassee, Fla and Mrs Carlton 'Whitty.. Baldwin visiting friends and relatives 'here, -x.-
Tallahassee 'Fla and Mrs Maury Blaloclc and
r: *. .* } *' and Mr and Mrs Edward Whitty, returned. ,. Tuesday' to. their' home.', daughter Miss Griffin Blalock were'

& JOHNSON CO. Mr Moye, Whitty and Mrs Gussie visitors in Atlanta several days this
grams During the business hour'the
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Farm *' s'' *. week ot-prayef program was announced week. -;
Equipment ,AUTO ''IMPOR l .. community was: very saver by the prayer chairman.

Industrial Renault Service Center.Renaultj '" ..: '' the passing! of. Mrs Ethel Wil .!Irsijppew- Wood. Tuesday fpv 28 E':
in ""- ., ;. ... #. ,.; liams. We extend our '
Equipment : Car" Peonlf >ne -" '.s "' 'deepest, sym- was set for the, all day meeting1'on"
Sales Service .,the area ..7: ;--M!I attby to tlie:family.:'''Those here to this 'program.for the' WMU andWednesday .'. at'I I : "lr:1t:

826 W. Gaines Ph. 222-5960 Authorized Salkj.' Service Party beds Wheel'chairs Banquet Supplies, Hospital tools attend the funeral were Mrs' Fred '.night; Nov 29,. for the. Bryan Electric Co.Do 1
.Power<< :
Cars Williams, Mr and Mrs, Wil- .
Tallahassee, Fla. Austin Healey SAAB BMC,, and I Jimmy Birdie Rowe circle.: ..
Lawn Garden Floor,
eqpt: .
223-3506 lame and daughter, Cross Ctii -
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Sanders Polishers ,.. '
\j w.. See Us at the' Tallahassee 619 N. Monroe St. Ph. 224-6710 Mrs Cornelia Haynes, .. Winter -" :)oL '';::'. e' }' '. .'ttt.woi.4Ulu.u.. ''4.

-, Auto ShowTallahassee :- Haven Mr andMrs -Daniel G ,!c.
Tallahassee. Fla. } ;
Fla. *' Mullen and daughter. Ann of Gainesville cf
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,Mrs" Clifford Carraway, ,Seff- : ,;

i. *. ner. Mr and Mrs :Daniel Williams, 't': f... b ';; :'- .' s
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t BUSH CONSTRUCTION & Valrico Mr and Mrs .Steve Searcy, '

k GLASS 'GLASPlate ROOFING:CO.' Tampa, Mr Howard Williams, : h).

d Glass' -. Punxitiircu-Tops Bonded Roofers Remodeling Columbus, Ohio, Mr and Mrs Edgar. : f ?: \
Mirrorsrt Window G1assJ=- Auto Keene and' family Columbia S C,
Additions installed :
glass while U "WattSto 'J\
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Aluminum & Asbestos Siding Mrs Leslie Williams and and :
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WHIDDON, GLASS CO. For free estimate call collect Mrs Bill Miller and daughter and t:- -, I -

1617 S.Monroe Ph. 222-5781' '.. Phone- :Day 2247103Tallahassee Dr W M Midyette,. .all ,ol ,,.Plant i 11 ...1- s .
Tallahassee, Fla. Fla. ': .,
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> We ,day Rev and Mrs Ira, Blair and Judy Hanson H D Club met in the
+ :' November 23rd, and open, on Friday, November 24th. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs home of Mrs W 'O Raines Monday -a .
We extend to our customers and friends best wishes for Wallace Bailey Sunday. afternoon with twelve present The

; a :IJappygivi.ng Mrs Nellie Stephens is visitingMrs meeting began by singing America \';

s M P Tuten for a few days. led by songleader, Mrs, W B Seals.

_: l : 'VERTLE'S BEAUTY SALON Mrs H C Tuten Mrs Ira Blair, The devotional was given by the '"t''

ti Mrs Austen Clements Howard Rich- devotional: chairman, Mrs T H \ :--:
I ardson, and Mr &; Mrs W G Clements 1: .
SETZER'S ,SHOPPING CENTER MADISON. FLORIDA Meeks. Demonstrations, given ,. ;
enjoyed a fishing' trip last -
arid show 'on how to make. Christmas ..'.
FOR APPOINTMENTS PHO.NE HU 3-6230 MADISON Thursday. They caught .28, black / .;
; ,decorations and gifts by :Mrs ..4- .
;F' Operators: Mrs VerUe""'Bicinson bass. Almon Zipperer, H D Agent; Mrs '-to
Mrs D W Chason entered Pine- --'
,x L- Hazel West Mabel Rasans, view hospital in Valdosta Sunday.' Bobbie, Sue Collins Club president I :; .

_ t Mrs.H. ,C T uteri, Chandler Tuten, Mrs Eva Smith vice president and you think the Volkswagen J -:
.Mr and Mrs T P McLeod Jr of Miss. LaVon Burns of Lake City Mrs Tommy Tuten and,,Michael madea Mrs S P Odom, ''publicity chairman .....:

Greenville and Mrs J J Sale Sr and a student at NFJC, is serving as trip to Madison Saturday after. Delicious refreshments were, served f r :: :';', =. is homely? '.,
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Mrs T C Coody will leave during Secretary to Capt Richter who is noon. by the hostess .

the weekend, to spend Thanksgiving g Director of Civil Defense for the Mr'Sharp Slaughter returned home Mr T' W. Bailer: of Lake City was c Every line in a VW Is functional. The snuir; .

week in Memphis: Tenn._ Mr and county Sunday,night after a visit with' his visiting his grandmother,. Mrs Lula '. noSe',=uts down wind resistance. The body hugs.:

Mrs McLeod and Mrs Sale will -zMr sister.in Perry. : Odom, here Sunday.Mrs f'I". ::"" ", the'in rior'workings. Nothing" protrudes. -

visit the McLeods daughter and ,and Mrs C' T .McWilliamsand Let's all remember Prayer meet- :" T H' Meeks had visiting her first.you think she's the homeliest thing'vot" A"At \ .-
tog Wednesday at 7:00 o'clock.
1// night
family Mr and. Mrs Hjalma Johnson -, Miss Frankie Smith, a cousin, last week her sister, Mrs Etta ever .
sow/ VW "But
We need your attendance.Mr says one owner. pretty ,
t and :son and Mrs Coody will be of Monticello, attended the Georgia Blair of ,Jacksonville. 'soon >
and Mrs 'Albert' 'O'Qulnn 7' you get -to Jove her shape. Artd afferawhile .
her daughter Lt Commander Florida Saturday afternoonin Mrs )Ana Langston of 'Tallahassee -
of game
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guest :
visited Mrs H C Tuten Sunday -:1 no other car looks right." ,,_'10, : .
Mary C Coody. The party Jacksonville They visited Mr services. spent the weekend here with '
night and attended church : '
expects to travel in the Ozark and Mrs. Joe Smith for the, week-. We were glad 'to hare them her ,sisterf Mrs A M Leslie while .. ',\ The VW ,dpesnt, go, out of style. You carjAru ( -- : .
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,mountains:while away. end. enroute to Jacksonville to visit .- i _..> >rdly-tell) a- 62 model( from a 52 (Unless yoi"notice .

f Mrs Farris Bryant of Tallahassee relatives, t--" the new gas paugeJ But we continual ; ;- : .

was guest of honor at a luncheon '>fnr Mary Warren of St. Augustine make 'changes.yoU'cannot see. Exbmple: a nefe'./

DO BUGS BOTHER YOU? .. Thursday at McNeil's followingthe is visiting relatives and friends! ,brake pedal assembly that requires far less f02t '.-< _

Woman's, Club 'coUee."awbi b here / '. pressure for braking. Over a thousand suchs

: OKAY 'LETS GET RID OF 'EM, urn FAST: GALE she was guest speaker. Twelve Mr and. Mrs S P Odom had their 't ;: .. changes since' 1950, but never in the basic desfglQkv f

friends enjoyed the occasion with children for dinner Sunday, 'Xi'and i.4 .; Is the VW homely? It how .
depends
AOTS WATER. ._ on you/
jI US NOW COLLECT IF ROACHES ,
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j '- BUGS FLEAS AND TERMITES ARE MAKING YOUR Mr and'Jdi'S' Billy arid __
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;, L LIFE MISERABLE. WE'LL ELIMINATE )EM. AND 61 Ckr 2-t. tnck two" children: Mike and'Jem y.. i- for yourself. see.-. -p ; -
Pine Grove WMU met with- Mrs 4. =
;. YOU MUST 13E SATISFIED! '
4 'T'H Meeks\ Thursday ,afternoon III. L..:
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-'l BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. $1895_ with nine present., Mrs B F Davis : : $Iii

: In good shape : "- had charge. pf the 0.,'program, .on..I arn : ': ', ;;.ASLEY.. .sT. T.. GORDON, ::*mo.
Phone 293-J Perryf Florida theWaywhich was very Interesting p- CH 29920YALDOSTA.GA. :' ,
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DELIVERING Bermuda hay in 5%' __- .. ,, ___ o' '" ... .. ....'..' ..>,..,...".. .": ... '-'. '" n'" '
SALE Sweet '
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FOR BorrieLneseedat "
: ton lots or less. Call for prices.

EARL EVERETT HU 3-6894 atPinetta Running..walking..
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cents pound. WALTER I. .NoflcE.V: : / sitti.1igistanding. ;

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,. Recreation Center, Inc. will be held -
-, 12-2t-pd in the Court House Friday, NovT: .1 PERM/HIFT/ -m. oic oval pantiescan't .
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FOR.SALE: Lot No 17'of Yellow
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Pine .Heights, containing 1.31 -ride !
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acres.. Will' sell for price paid .' uP"ever .

for the. land.: If,interested please ,4 T .
call HU 3-6497, or see Mrs .beYry;: : {' .:..:.; :' ,,_ .

Reams. 12.itpdFOR .1, .ii. ic : -' -
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COMPAREAT $7.95: =- 18-in jointed doll with printed beater General: Electric refrigerator -; ; : '..-'.
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.. feess. Drinks moves arms and legs. Un- apartment ', '. "
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breakable other furniture. PEP'S CAFE, HU 3: T. .
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r- : I := Castle Park Variety Store i s FOR SALE: One small.house trailer. pOD SAES <: .C. >;:/i

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G C RODGERS U S 90 East, HU :. .
;: ...- Castle Park Valdosta, Ga.' 36555. 12-tf-ch FRESHSteinhatchee .. ; :: ': 0) : r Y !

E' *' 670-15: Goodyear TEENAGERS SELECTED FOR FOR; SALE: Allis Chalmers W D Mullet t.
BAKING CONTEST Tractor with cultivator, planters \ \.:
All
W eather TireAsLowAs.$12.88
: '. The following local<; teenagers have distributors,- tiller, bottom plow.AN 2 Ibs. 25e f

been selected to take preliminary WOODARD. Rt. 2, Madison. .
; competition Moultrie, '. 12-tf-ch >;
Ga., November '18, in the Pyrofax _. t .
,"' Plus Tax and Trade-in Gas. $22,000. Teen-age Baking Con-. FOR SALE: Wheat seed. Good CHICKEN NECKS, 1 tf
test: '. germination, 9050 BOB SEARCYRt BACKS AND WINGSSlbpkg I
:E:: MESSER Margaret Hutchinson, 503. Wash 2 !Madison Phone HU 36487. -. :. .. 1r

., .. ', ,BATTERY & TIRE COMPANY' ington St., Madison, Fla. .- i 12-tf-ch .w -i .59c .' .
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Blanche Gentry, Jit 3, Box 261., .
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FOR RENT: Unfurnished house in
Madison, Fla. w e. rA.' '/
Pinetta. JACK WOODWARD.122tch' '
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The contestants were selected by :
:. Hogs Butchered contest judges: .as the writers of SMOKED SAUSAGE' ':- r
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r f the best essays in 100 words or FOR 'RENT: Upstairs furnished AND, .,: ; 'j -
J Every Tuesday! fewer .on the,'subject, "Why I Wantto apartment. Private bath and en- .' s' ." '. -
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Go to College." trance. MRS M L WALKER. Cor. /WEINERS .t., ', :' ss" ,

," Dade & Horry Sts, phone HU 3 Ibs ; ,.. .... $1.00 .
.i U :ENTERTAINS CLASS I 36243. 12-lt-ch -
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..' < : Cows Butchered Mrs D F Burnett was hostess at ;. v rp
a lovely luncheon at her home PECANS FRESH CUT ';: .:. No tAo Her how odive you -
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Mondays Thru Fridays! Thursday honoring members of the : PORK BRAINS,' LB.:- ; 9c are Perms lift Magic Oval ;. .
Berean S S Class of the :Methodist: '. <'. Panties --wn't.ride op =
church. will again buy Now have .. ,
t We} your pecans ever. you can ; : :
Arrangements of camellias >were this season at top prices. PLATE STEW,. 2 LBS 29c the figure control you've

.' ;QUITMANABAnOIR used throughout the rooms and on We have: > ,,_ always wanted in unbelievable -
; : tables where eighteen guests were Q Georgia red sweet potato. comfort styles that r
.", E. FOUNDRY, ST. seated for the delicious menu. $2.50 bu.Qj .:PIG FEET, LB. 9cV 1 match your figure to per : _
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Fresh fruits and Vegetables' .
: .< PHONE 1621' w ;{ faction. :t.range '"
QUTTMAN. GEORGIA' 1 RADIATORS REPAIRED: 4) Fresh Cabbage Plants Ti-V' ;. '' No: 3844-Hig&waist- *
Come and get 'em! ': ,..
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McWILLIAMS GARAGE ) I. Surles & Sons CHARLIE WYNN, MGR. .. front and back pantd.tMt ,
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.- s. MEATS .. Watch for 1000!!!?? MADISON, :FLA. -, 4 MEAT DEPT. .---- '- Only $5.95 1 ,

I BROWNIES RECEIVE ,
PINS AND STARS : WE BUY YOUR \ Ira K* l1 -'.If.flttlIlg" Edt
> TIlE WANDERER RESORT MOTEL eoafaaai yo r ***& P8 &*' .
Wasn1 n'wesr cotton. Only|2 JO -

.... The Brownie Scout Troops met Pecans ,
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",. ;" -' Wednesday, Nov 8, at Presbyterian in Lucile's Dress Shop : ..
'quantityFarmers '-
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Fellowship Hall for an initiation any : '. ,.," :"'a yl ::
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: pins Debbie Barfield, :
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;; Ann BiShop Pat Brown Becky V VI WANTED DOGS' Watch for 1000 !!! ??
t: Hiers, Carol Knox, Jo Leslie Durlie

: ; ... Sims Wheeler., Frances Scruggs..and .Debbie CARP) 00 THANKS ., stopped In ordering, Robert his Andrews''free. dogs"said thatthe ads GREENVILLE AUXILIARY :. .

., dogs were called for right 1 FIRST W MEMBERSHIPThe .
Receiving membership stars, were ,
..i5.j:4 Deborah Blalock Brinson awaythat he could have disposed Greenville Post ot the American
Shelley I wish to thank all the folks who
.. :: Liz Clark, Cindy Gibson, Susan were so kind and considerate in my of five hundred of .them..If bet had! Unit Legion 131, ;and held the a Legion Joint meetingat Auxiliary
Herndon, Mary Kay Knox, Jane had them. V '
hour of sorrow in the loss of my ... the Legion Home Monday. even-
s Mathis. :Meredith Mattes, Donna
wife, Emma K', Mintzer. She ,loved Ing.
;; Marie Mays, Reba McDaniel, Charlotte '
Mkkler, Louise Naughton, you. all. The fire alarm Tuesday afternoonat Ray Scott. and Lynette Bishop
Susan Reams, Agnes Sims, Lou Sir- ""Joe: Mintzer: 2:30 summoned the department tothe were guest speakers. ,They gave
interesting and Informative talks
new Sinclair station on Base
Williams, Katie
mon. Becky Dean. '
Anita Lay and Kathy Reams.. and Washington streets, where some concerning their experiences- atBoys'
"; \TED'
Ii". 11." gasoline had No damage, State and Girls' State, respec.
....", A play was presented by the ignited, was tively. '
A..', "" ... done.
avr young people.t. The Auxiliary was cited for being
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t the first in the district to attain
..'\.. Mrs J D Scruggs and Mrs Dale. Mrs Ruth Reams and Mrs Lena i 100% membership. Mrs Franlde
.J; Leslie served refreshments. Bird of Greenville were among! .
': Frohock is membership eha1 d an.
., :. : Select North End of Fabulous Island those attending the General Grand
:. { : On The.. Jekyll Plans were discussed for a covered.
J ki"}- ; f WINS TROPHY Chapter meeting of the Order of dish supper In December.Mrs .
t' -4 Dy and 3 Bights. for $30.00 Per Couple f Eastern .Star in. Miami Beach, C D Earp and Mrs Fro

: a:::;. *-.,.Plus $3.00 for Each Additional Person Charles- Goody, dressed as an RS November 4-10. They were accom- hock served as hostesses. r' '
Indian
brave riding his Appaloosa,
took third place in the costume panied by Mrs Ethel Hays of Tallahassee .

/f1H' Free Turkey Dinner.WithAllTheTriiiimings class at the horse show at the Ha- and Mrs Virginia Sessions of Rev Harold Johnston, president of

:, hira riding academy Sunday and Perry., 9, .t- Greenville Parent-Teacher Association
{- "P .'./ r. ; received a gold trophy.Mr 1959 Ford % tot -x- la, attending the State PTA
George Shaw and daughter ; UNDERGOES SURGERY Convention in Hollywood-this week.

.'- -Free Golf for Two on.Beautiful Jekyll Island Golf .CourseJBAKETOUR and Connie costume also rode class.in the grand entry Pkknp Track $1095 .

1 : Others Mrs Chandler Rains Jr is recover-
attending were Mr and McCullough'sTable
: RESERVATIONS EARLY. ; Mrs Albert Goody, Mrs T C Cody, ing 'satisfactozily.from surgery at
d Florence Frank and Pat Goody: 1958 (Mdsmobile $1495 the local hospital Monday, frfeJ1dsglad --1
..... La.Ioyne'and Diane Hancock and are to know: Supply
.;::: .write for-FREE Colorful :: Mae Merchant. 88, air conditioning power; steering.
t': l. clean. t Please let us have your ads Will be Closed Thanksgiving

by MONDAY for next week* BUSINESS HOURS:
it': BrochUre Capt Mat Parker whose headquarters : DAILY-7OO am to T: O pm.
I are 3rd U S Army Rctg I960( Ferd Mr $1395 Thanks. THE E-R. SUNDAYS-8-11 am; 3-7:30 pm

r.\\ :Please send me by return mail: Dist, Fort McPherson Ga was 'a
visitor in Madison this week. Capt -

,_. .. FREE Colorful Brochure <-*The.. Parker was formerly the girls' 1957 cevrokt V-8 995BelAlre .::.JFARMERS IMPLEMENT CO. .
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"Wanderer Resort Motel coach ,at Madison High School. She -
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E. MOTOR REWINDINGExpert" :. .10NNAtRR t= f

City -.:. ...". ..- State. .... Work Reasonable Prices Good. .stock of firM a? and- huntinj' "'" ; .- .'- 4. l

.: .l PUMP MOTORS EXCHANGED. '. cars BOO!: and up = a RADCRAFT BOATS $ EVINRUDE MOTORS. (

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J } The Wanderer Resort x.Motel James M Paytpn, Manager, Mayo Road LIVE OAK FLA. Caitcy ,M tw C. -PhoneFOrest 2-2571' >'. ; V. Live Oak JlofSda !
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dis&iiied from e&JIegDOt;, .
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leH eH., His mother could not :t ... >:;" '"
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she sent telegrams, ,she tied the A .
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her up for a conference S ,
t' with*,all ; .' ;',
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_-rte ,boy ,himself and "
,' his mother,.j'.sererai -
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Dr foreman' L ee ,.
; ers.,the'cream of ; ;
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o coach, even the president of :; ;. .. ::.
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what, they; had done..for the, boy, -': --
'f1r "feew they had tried to urge him 1:

i., on, stimulate his ambition, ,see { .. .. r. .. ,
. ; '" that he studied, and so forth. a4.5 ..i _
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-- op over the case except the boy '

himself, who sat through it all: '- ..,:" .
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,, like a lump of putty. Finally.the _, or.
R president had:.to ask him: "Well, '.\.;.
= :you.have heard what every one -' ... 'l'

,,... ;.else-has done. Isn't it 'about time D. ,;vy II : i ) 'o
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also a parable of I the Christian '"!.'"... ...,
Mf e. God .will not do everything '
for you. He does a great deal He a,..:: -:!" .j ..
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has gone to jjjfjaite pains for your :- ; :'-l w4(:.rr. Z'S.S :,:',.j 'y' ; 'StJn "t.
benefit His Spirit comes to make r. > ..
a home in you.Yet the Holy Spirit ::1
will never do for you what you
might do' for yourself,-the Holj.- "bI k.
Spirit is not,a substitute for'yor' S S .
own will-power. The New Testament : A .. :i4 ':,
is filled with joyful testimony -
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no more take our tests for us than aeedlin8's were placed?1 In the warm earth, they have been under constant care THE CHURCH FOB ALL. . .; .
FOR "THE'CHURCH : : :
that poor i&dulgent mother could ALL :

pass her shiftless son's examinations First came.the'ram and the sun-and ,then the ceaseless work.of fertilizing, < ..
for him. "Make every ef r' The Church is the greatest factor on
fort," Peter' says (2 'Peter 1:5): .... cultivating-. spraying. Last_, came .harvest Jtfme, when the proud, growers earth for the bu3cCng6f character and .

strong to build Christian up an the.character elements, of.,-a, .' ". gatherect e.;:wards of their l labor... .0 .- -V'hljrby :'- tt. $ood utuensh '. It.is a 'storehouse! of -- :''"T> o ,

1.lf.lo.tft.I IkEede' : :: :; : > : spiritual values. Without a strong : '

,. No part of the Wcw Teeteme&t. cSTdiligence i can we hope for a truly bountiful crop God -has Church i neither. : T <

suffers more; frora-awkward expressions '. :f given the refreshing rain and warm .sunshine, but He expects us to do,our ?art.. : zation can survive. There ,are four ::w .; "

in, the 1611: translation '. f sound reasons why every person should .... .
the "King James") than this And it is with the and cultivation of lives. Man is y .v'
( ..?. -.." so care our spiritual en- attend services regularly Imd support .:: _: .

other great things passage, one in of 2 Peter.the keywordsis Among, _'- ,dowed with ,many' talents and qualities, but unless he .tends and nurtures these the Church. They 'are: (I) For' his ", ? '! .:. .-,

tucked out of sight by a wrong gifts, they, Wl.ll11ot, increase. and ,gro --' own sae. (2) For his children's-sa e. ='1' ,, -2' .

translation.. In verse -six it is not '"' ,... .' .' _.___...._-.._ (3) For the sake of his. community K...
.temperan e"'* Peter means; the Harvest.:time in the life of every person. is maturity., when men are at and nation.. (4) For .- !.e 1'. '1' :
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control, a stronger word by far the peak of their usefulness and wisdom._ B:r attending the services .of 'the Church itself, vrhich-needs<4iis moral ,t'S
and material Plan '
support; togo to-
than temperance. It:means holding :;'
yourself in, not living like a :Church and by studying the Scriptures, we will realize .greater haPPmess'and church regularly'.and.read'your !Bible r :,:

child that says and does whatever : contentment here. on earth-and will be preparing' ourselves for' the RICH ;: daily. *. -" ..
suits him at the raomeat. It < : ..
meanS Dot getting angry when ,
you feel; anger (if you catch the ': .
difference). It means keeping 'j/ 0
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ting yourself get away from your- :Matthew Ecclesiastes Psalms Galatiana ; :

self. A car that goes "out of con 13:1-12 13:18-23 4:26-32. 1 :1-10 : S:1.9 :: 126:1-6 6:1-10, '
trol" cannot be steered. A life ., t: ---- :-, ..., 11 ..
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reason, there is no steering It. ,<
A life of faith,virtue and knowledge : '\ :";: .,.-." '" ... \. .', r -0 ; .:: r _
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something else needed., Faith, 't- : : : : : ;:" ;
virtue and knowledge need to be ., : ." .. .j :

supplemented wittatt this by'se is like-coatroL:a fee:car AWe C.\ : These feligious_ :Messages Are Befog' Published_ Each|Reek, Sponsored:by.the ,Following Individuals andy : ;; ,

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pending on iq 'oJi B. DAVIS fac.. : .
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filled comparison.with warnings Well at history this.pofet.is _; "'-... \,iSIt. ............' .MADISON.. FLORIDA ... ";._..._ :'>',-"..-"'--. '': ."'.p\\ ." .. ; : .. .. -_. ': -: .', E
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1 generous music.with Genghis his friends Khan aad, wk beloved *" ,. .i-.c' '.> .. )J: 'PHONE' HU- S-2241: MADISON- -,,.. ,', 'FLOiRTDADAYUGHT '... ..". ., .'."';, CANTEY -.ORCO.- .. : '--1. ;..,". ., -i&' "*...',.....:; ,
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No age limit, guaranteed renewable.: .
afternoon
by 'Beggs ambulance to '
Family Coverage Davis Service
Individual CoverageCall James L Moncrief and Marcus Cd HU 3-6601 the local hospital for treatment.. Station
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Saturday, November 18 or Write:
College and Mrs Mildred AIr and
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.DOUBLE SHE-GODS FEATURE OF SHARK REEF, HU 3:6458. "BILL, RUSSELL.Madison, Fla.OVERNOR'S and Mrs High Lucile-School Cherry attended from the Madison -annual J. B. DAVIS, INC Lake City Paving Co. I a c.

Technicolor, starring Don Durrant, meeting of the Florida Council ,
Lisa MontelL Lovely maidens in 'a WIFE for the Social Studies held In '
r, -. lush tropical paradise ruled by ,a GUEST SPEAKER Tampa on November 3 and 4., .: PAVING.OF ALL TYPES

hideous stone idoL Actually filmed The theme for this meeting was volved in teaching "Communism vs '. Subdivisions Parking Lots .
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on location in beautiful Hawaii Mrs Farri Bryant wife of Flori Improving the Teaching of History. Democracy. /' _,
i where you will see primitive beau- da's Governor, was guest of honor Several outstanding speakers were Mr Moncrief-serged' on a panel Phone 762-6262

:: .'. ties pearl diving. and speaker at the Woman's Club present including Dr J Fred Rippy, dealing with the topic, "The Roleof Lake city, Florida

\ i PORTRAIT OF A MOBSTER breakfast Thursday morning at the Professor Emeritus of History.. History in the Junior College," GLASS STORE FRONTS
Club House. .- University of Chicago, whose topic and Mrs Almand was recorderfor
starring Vie Morrow, Leslie Parrish,
The Department of International was Latin America and Dr Fred a panel discussion on: "Effective
Frances Morris. A true story of one Columbia Glass & Paint
;- Turner, State of Education Co.
Department local
of the country's all-time hoodlum Affairs and Legislation, Mrs W C Teaching of and Florida His-
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who discussed
in-
problems .
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'. .- czars and how his empire was Copeland Jr, chairman, sponsoredthe : -
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:. stopped. A twisted-mind of criminal program. .

genius and a whole town at his Mrs J B Davis, president of the :

mercy. Cartoon. Club, presided and introduced Mrs ofFoi -.- -;,
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Sunday-Monday. November 19, 20 Copeland,, who' introduced the .
THE HUSTLER starring Paul speaker as 'Our own.. Julia" of !_'.
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r Newman Jackie Gleason Piper J..au- whomwe are very proud, as she ..-. .,1 ',if .

I rie. Once you fall for the line' of pinned on her a camellia corsageof .. f S': ..
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t the hustler, you're hooked. ,AH unusual Professor Sergeants from the 4 -# .
: story about an unusual man I garden: of her girlhood home. '\\t -
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who won at''the game but was ...,
Mrs "Bryant, who recently: with .i--i
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: f Tuesday-Wednesday, Nov. 21, 22 dians, had a / tour of. European -'; t
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.. THE BIG, GAMBLE. DeLuxe color counties, told* in her inimitable \

j. starrine Stephen Boy Juliette Gre- style the highlights of her two- ; .

co. High adventure and fun !in the weeks' trip, adding to her 'interesting S j
wilds of Africa, The adventurous trip descriptions '
many delightful Y+iaS
1 that made a man of a mouse even here ,','
concepts of personal experiencesand
though: it was the deadliest sram*
impressions. Included in her
,. ever plaved l>v a male and femaleaciws .
'thp f rh'dpn'frontiers; of most interesting word pictures were
love and life. Cartoon.ThursdayFriday. her visits' in Paris, Nice, Rome and --
her audience with Pope John in

>i ,FEATURE. November.. 23 -24DOUBLE Vatican City, The Appian Way, the x i _-_- ,.
Catacombs, the Bavarian Alps, l'
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SEVEN Geneva Munich, West Berlin, East
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a Parcel, John Kern The,truth about Berlin, Brussels, London. Stratfonl- '.1. .
on-Afvon, and other l/w 1NG :?}A. q <
many points of
; 'those' camps and the, barbed wire
geographical and historical interest : 2
j- nightmares. A bristling drama of "
t pounding realism. When Mrs Bryant concluded her .

talk she was presented with a hand
f. THE MAGIC BOY starring a
painting of a camellia from the
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learned "hermit and a young Japanese
If- boy he taught. Sheer enchantment Burnett garden,the work. of a local ;
I for all the family in a world artist ;Mrs WUlaim; ; Mitchell. '1irs .....

full of miracles as he fights a Copeland made the presentation. rr'1

j man's battles with a boy's'm. c.i The. club house was beautifully. : 1 '

,. I Cartoon. Breakfast decorated was with served native in the greenery.lounge,i -:-. 9 S :,.the car that's just right for just about everybody.

GREENVILLE PTA '
l. where arrangements of golden chrysanthemums "
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i session Thursday, November table and adorned the manteL G slogs ; .
burning in the fire ,
i 2. with the president, Rev Harold open place --'' 'f.
: Johnston presiding.The added charm to the setting. You've never seen anything like because there never_ The new Fairlane 500 is priced way under previous

-t Rev Julian T Maddox led the : Mrs D F Burnett mother of 'the :#;; been anything like it until today. On the outside Fair lanes, well under many compacts. But Fairlane !; k
i devotional period.. honor guest poured coffee. the new Ford Fairlane 500 measures a quick 197 inches economy doesn't stop with a pretty'price tag. It rum ='
$ Mrs Carroll Dickey ,Public Health Serving delicious sandwiches 'A';; from stem to stern. A good foot shorter than the can to amazing gas savings-with the world's first economy .
A Nurse an insight into the from which it borrowed its name, it calls the snuggest V-8 or the nickel-nursing Fairlane Six. Routine service ..
gave hors d'oeurvres and of .
service rendered by the Health De- cookies the hostess a variety parking places home.At the same time, on the inside is reduced to a minimum-30,000 miles on many items, '!t'" J
were committee
.. partment. Mrs TH Greene Mrs J J Sale.:Jr:; -._'..;;...y ".' the new Fairlane 500 is every inch as big as some.of the only! twice a year or 6,000 miles on the rat. And it c- .
A discussion of the action of the #"p- biggest,Fords ever built c' adjusts its own brakes. -, ::
Mrs J J Newman, Mrs L C Glass r
PTA concerning girls basket ball Mrs Roger Asbury. Mrs A W Vann '.-:
f in Greenville High School was led ly between Galaxie and Falcon
Mr J D Kaney principal. Others and Dr Blanche Hardy .. Mrs J B right : c.-

expressed their views and it !WaS Davis Mrs Van H Priest and MrsR _
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decided that no definite action betaken C Home greeted guests at the RIGHT I Big-car: room ride performance. RIGHT 1 Fine-car upholsteries appointments, luxuries -: {, -

until the December meeting1. door. 'RIGHT_! ar priced'economy,"handling. :'
1iff = t RIGHT! The built-in slue that off in :
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Mrs Frances Collins' class in Among the one r hundred fifty RIGHT! anywhere near its price with the now-and in trade. .
profit when it comes time to .c'
Special Education aad Miss Barber's guests attending, out-of-town visitors <.: .,' '" tw ice-a-nar maintenance schedule first introduced: by f ,
L, the room count_ awards. : t Calaxie. RIGHT! and M
room won included Mrs William Kidd. Quality precision craftsmanship you ve ';: r.
The Finance Committee reported RIGHTJr Uniqae.ecoeomp Charles .
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"*Asocial hour followe<\'_ when Sheppard of Pensacola; and Mrs '!!!:<'- '\" .' .
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Brown of Jasper. .., ; .:in; .(:; : /RLANF 500' i r: -

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1L was the guest of her cousin, Mrs was awarded. to Mrs Jack L Wells. ':" : -- ] t, ,
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11-f' *. -, -jViUBOME *-"* ...J. : .>;;*,:'';' ,: .': ; ; .. .. \ '.f : team won a close game,frost- Uj4'[ : -

SEE HOWARD STUDSTILL LUMBER COMPANY, ;;- ;: >J.. ,; :.:... .'. WE 26lfo r .
: ::; : -SUN MON THU FRI SAT SUN cello here last' Friday night .

,. ., ?;::.,t. :,.:;..'. .. ---=':.", ,:"", :';; ::119 -)20... I .,21 .JWED'! Lillo 23 I 24. I 25 I,26 ", 19 toychd, with owns_ three coming of the from winners'forward:four' -''. ."; .

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.i .FINANCTOG. ; ;Tp :, '' 1\:59' 1:00 scores
.- .. -, '. -! ,- ... .,, passes. Two of Mpnticello's
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YOUR.REQUIREMENTS: _. ."- o' -', ; : .. '
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i. ;' ''''' ,. .:, Worker the Fish Better the Day for flstthi. Floyd took a pass from Billy Wile, ;. <-

':- _. Hams and ran thirty-five yards to, .
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[;i: :; ; ,: '.. Floyd went over from the one-yard:

.,WE WILL FURNISH,BATHROOM FIXTURES,>SHEET : .: TUDSTIILLumbercpmboiv line.
/ -*;.' -. Monticello knotted the count in '

ROCK, HOT WATER HEATER, AND LIGHT S"t' ':, the second quarter when Cooke;,
:-' hit Swann with a 40-yard scoring. "-

FOR- S5MALL- EXTRA MONTHLY- PAYMENT. > ," :: '' e _.. :- pass and Tommy Stover ran.forty,' :\- ..
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35. Years in Radiator Business In Greenville lost to 'Perry 39 to 0.

*+ There's'.. real "magic"in /...,,.. '., Valdosta Radiators Cleaned e Florida defeated Georgia FSU

';,.;..' r Gulf Life .. .*- :- Recorded Citadel the Un 1..
;. *.t : _...' ...l ''f : ,Repaired bowled over The )
!. a.. : '.:'- f\dapt-A-Flaxi. '., < ._ 1''( "", Cars,. Trucks, Tractors Work verity of Tampa won its game, and:

GuaranteedS LSU defeated North Carolina 3D'to
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ADAPT-A-PLAN 'It II Gulf Life -
with .Paul
: Mrs Touchton with electronic
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can ;.. 4o 4 ADAPT-A -It '4'' -.'j. '. 'Mrs Carl Karstedt presiding. -over tliWestern Auto Associate Store org n.At". St Mary's; Episcopal
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Fits your .- presented the':program'on. the/W rtd : .' .it. J. JR. Owner'
leave your ;, ",; SALE. ; church from Mr and Mrs J L Brini1]
vNine
"., ., changin ACede 4 Council of Churches. "" i: ,';,; ',108 110 S. E. ,PINCKNEY, MADISON, FLA.
family members and one visitor, I son.The
-' organ has two manuals; .a
( : Mrs Carl S Thompson; of Roanoke HURT IN CAR OVERTURN variety of stops. base pedals and '4'-

'F sitting pretty! .ASK ABOUT IT TODAY Rapids/ C, attended .Juanita Smith, 47, and the driverof The, Great Songs oft beautiful mahogany case. .. i

the car, William A Smith 31,

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on several both? of Indianapolis, Ind, suffered Christmas t !

Gulf Life & aJ'; top-of-the line, G-E, appliances' at body cUts and bruises last Wednesday ,, "-":',\'
= Howerton Supply, Co. SPECIAL L ''p RECORD
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',0 afternoon about six o'clock when
Pounded 1911 Horn Office,Jacksonville .
\9. the car in which they were riding IOIyToday's
f '\ GREENVILLE: GIRL BURNED J j,
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::We, have gas heaters Johnnie:Mae Williams, 5,-one of from: the vehicle; .. -
six children of Ellen Smith' WaS" driving west .on JJ S .
Mrs R V Dial 'was hostess to the Williams'Who MESSER..r
Natural Gas lived in 'a house Green 90 when the car went off the right .
for L P or Helen Parramore. circle of the one-room at .'

Methodist WSCS ([Monday afternoon vile was badly burned last Wednesday shoulder' on a curVe five miles east & Tire Co- .

also oil heaters. with thirteen members attending. morning when her clothing of Lee. Battery : .

The chairman, Mrs J P Johnson I caught on fire from an open fire inthe The injured persons were "treated I dean-burning Shell

presided, when good social service yard. She,*was carried to the at the Madison County hospital.I BIRTHDAY PART Heating Oil can give more
Western Mo Associate A! Damage to the car was estimatedat Ronda Jean McNeil, daughter of
: reports.' were given. t : ,& M University hospital in Tallahassee Mr and Mrs 0 J McNeil was warmth per dollar. And help

Mrs C A., Blalock made the 'opening for treatment $300, honored on her sixth birthday with] hold down repair bills. s

Sure Madison. prayer and Mrs T F Hay gave ... a lovely party Friday afternoon at
SERIES '
V the devotional from the Upper. ARTIST I McNeil's .Restaurant attended by Get Shell Heating Oil',,to ;
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MEMORIAL FaQ The Windsor Trio, Lillian Messina -
Room. I thirty-six young friends. Games anda gether with valuable heating"fcil
,.t BIRTHDAY PARTY- ""MissBea Griffin naught the, lesson R* soprano; Sophia Steffan Mezzo -! drawing contest entertained the .
fl'011t1,1e study, The Householdof in th? Presbyterian soprano, Richard Goodlake, baritone -: children during the afternoon.A service. *; -: \-f i

". Shelley Brinson, daughter of Mr : Faith and Mrs J B Davis spokeon church Sunday were placed in ,and Robert, _Miller, piano accompanist I flower decorated table held.the
and Mrs Wardlaw Brinson, cele- of memory of the late Graham Wheeler. presented a delightful' pretty tiered pink white doll birth. ,
the World Federation Methodist

brated her ninth birthday with a
Monday evening Nov' 6, as day cake. Ice cream punch and
and the World Council of program ;
lovely supper party I'ridayafter- .
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served. Favors
I cake were were storybooks
noon at her home. Eleven littlagirls churches.; the second? attraction of the Artist

enjoyed the occasion with her.I I The' hostess served a chicken" j1Fir! FUEL OIL CallJPJOIINSON Series at Woodard Theatre. .. :Assisting and balloons.Mrs McNeil in .entertaining -

The afternoon was spent with games i salad course with coffee during1'tbe, -r Their numbers were from familiar were Mrs J E Hardee, MrsJ

on., the lawn and a .delicious ham- I social hour. and well loved operas, as well asligh M Raker and Eddie Lewis., w w

burger supper with cup cakes deco- ''operas, modern musicals and Ronda: Jean was the recipient of
rated with pumpkins and cold drinks -
was served. ;V FOR ELECTRONIC V HO} 3-2277 folk;.songs, many, pretty gifts. 2

Mr and Mrs Julian Gibson and '
UNDERGOES ,SURGERY Carl Sewell left Wednesday on:a
Mrs C L Mattes assisted Piano Tuning
Dr and t callllU36o1.;
the hosts in entertaining. several days'' business trip .to
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Shelley received many attractive CALL Mr and' Mrs David 'Eastlick of John H Cherry-'underwent sur- Raleigh N C. '

gifts. Detroit Michigan were week-end gery- at Archbold hospital Monday -x- .
? ;W. T. RYCROFf guests of Mrs Fred Hardee enroute morning. Mrs Cherry and others of Mrs A G Paul Jr of Lake City

,All types Mechanical Repairson from Ft'.Laud rdale.. .Mrs -Eastlickis the family have been? with him was the guest of Mrs A E Fraleigh .. JB DAYS, INC. ,

Cars and Trucks. Phone: Cherry TAke 8389 or. her niece.Guests and Mrs J G Ashley Tuesday and 'FLA

,; McWILLIAMS GARAGE Write: Rt. 3 Madison ,Fla. Mrs Carroll Smith of Tallahasseeis I Wednesday. / ; > MADISON, -

visiting Mrs Fred Hardee. a:
for the week end of MrsJ '.
patient in the local hospital, this
D Scruggs and Mr: and Mrs J L .

PAYING ", -: Brinson were Mr R M Scruggs .ofOcala ." '';

,: '. 'Mrs'Elbert Winderweedle of week.Ptap.dDayAiJ : why suffer from
0HOTWfljER13
Winter Park and Mrs Frank Lamb .

and two children of Gainesville.Mrs .. .
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"Mtr row'IaUauee' ; book per;; Sam The Winters.Eye ", of the the devotionaL World, and Mrs ,. Medders, .' American
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., ; Sapp, at"the social period. Service Station in
JteryteeeritinktGeHargot ./ ifi FAYE'TAYLOR CIRCLE

Faye TaylorY'Circle met Tuesday "
I afternoon with Mrs Eunice Roberts _. Madison. ARNIE
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TreesHENDERSON 'i 1 present.- <
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ladies and lesson program on The R
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Refreshments were served by Mrs
TREE EXPERT CO. who, Roberts during the social period.. Py'vx R w ;; .'CRICAIt .., a,
MSS Box 3484 The :Methodist revival closed last
week with results. Those
inspiring
Tallahassee, Fla. '
: bringing the messages were Revs.
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P :Mer Touchtbn, Davenport and'Davis..
Call 385-1636 C nal-- The Civic Club meets Tuesdaynight
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Nov. 14th.
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Cor- Officers and Leaders of MFA
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Training Union will meet Monday

t WMAF SCHEDULE of : ---* night, Nov. 13th. at Midway Bap-
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Hall
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S'P MUSIC NEEDS
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6:10VORLD &.STATE NEWS VISIT FREER MUSIC COMPANYin
Live. Oak, Florida for all your
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6:40 RUDY COUNTY musical needs from organs and
HAMRICK ,
AGENT (MON., WED., FRIDAY pianos to records and record players I II .
) I .and sheet music ARNIE MEDDERf
650 WORLD NEWS P Phone .ro 2-2188, Live Oak Fla.
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6:55 STATE NEWS I
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,7:25 :MORNING SPORTS SHOW CANCER INSURANCE
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; ?:40 REPORT FROM TALLAHASSEE Mrs and .:No age limit, guaranteed renewable. American Service StationMADISON
(TUES. THROUGHSAT.
Family Coverage
Jones
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; 750 STATE NEWS Farm C. E. "BILL" RUSSELL
; 7:55 WEATHER :NEWS Mr ,- .' '
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:. 9:00 MORNING DEVOTIONS international activities, telling
9:15 SWEET MUSIC TIME Mrs District Governor especially of the work of the Calli
9:30 MARY BLAINE TIME Hele Colombia and the Atlanta Lions in

9:45 MUSICAL: INTERLUDE. '- B BUSINESSMEN ,-. Visits Lions. helping a little Call! boy. He said
10:90 MUSIC UNLIMITED nts that the International organizationwas
01:15 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM o: ; by Newspaper advertising : a potential force,for peace in
District Governor Tom Prater, accompanied the world, and suggested that mem-
11:30 RECORD SESSION by :Mains 'Finley ot; bers write -letters to clubs in Cen-

Ill: (SOCIAL SECURITY PRO- P can help you .make Macclenny, 'Governor of District F tral and South America.
GRAM TUESDAY) and Chairman of the Council of Mrs Prater accompanied Mr Prater -

11:50 STORK CLUB (MONDAY a.'R Mon well have Governors,, visited the local:-Lions, on the visit and was'a;>guest of
ONLY) : money as as Club Tuesday and gave a report on friends at the Club building duringthe
11:55 YOUR FLORIDA GARDEN the organization's work. exercises.
02:00 WORLD NEWS the fun in business.. He complimented the local club .. -> .
12:15 NOONTIME NOTES on their: work and encouraged the ; i % :: 4"SSPECIAL
12:30. TALK OF THE TOWN DISCOUNTS on several
inside -
12:40 FARM NEWS '. ; Call HU 3-6361 members to greater rk.He told
STATE gine of work ot'the state organization top-of-the line G-E appliances at
12:45 NEWS
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1250 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- of and also discussed the Howerton Supply Co. ..:: _\*.j
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j 8:55 MORNING SPORTS .SHOW ACCOUNTS AND WILL NOT MAKE A DELIVERY = -. '

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_ Burton Coody was a visitoi .

in Tallahassee with her sister Miss ;
Elizabeth Smith who is a patient in J a STANDARDBURNER -..-. -
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Oil Although 4ts! not necessary to pop Arnold Butter Rolls :

into the oven, the flavor of these golden butter twists .", ...
CaD HU 3-6601 is enhanced by wanning. Also it's
easy to make a platter the odorless
fuel that
clean-burning givesyou
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of sandwiches by slicing the rolls horizontally and using .

J. B. DAVIS INCMATERIAL them either open or 'closed. Their size is just right for .; -.' .._ maximum heat for the money. STANDARD .
,easy eating.
: ::": BURNER OIL is 100% distilled, and burns r

Arnold Butter Rolls School Surrey' Team .completely> without waste. Whatever type :'

of:burner you have, you can depend onus

BUILDING 7Aress s1. L:4: o &eatFor SandwichesOne AtRotary .;,',-- *for" unfailing deliveries of-clean-buq ng, _
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of the favorites in the Arnold Messrs W J Bennett, John B Tok- .0 heat-packed STANDARD. BURNER OIL v;: .

- J Bakers of Florida line of fine breads" helm, Sterling Bryan Billy Bashaw, ) : .
O] 1 and rolls is Arnold Butter Rolls. Roy Acker and James Dtzngan, "- 1 .
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--21_I making a platter.of-sandwiches. You survey' of the Madison .county i ; .
0 E. HDL just .slice Arold Butter Rolls horizontally school system last week were Visi- .. Remember 'in-your home as ia: -
and use open 'or closed. tors at the Rot ryClUb meeting > your car you can always depend on .

I L cati.nCrprvM SI.VALDOSTA. Meats, fish, vegetables and cheesescan Wednesday, and Dr ,Dungan told Standard ,Oil Jar, quality-products. ,.
": be used in combinations and the,.club, members, of some of the : and service ; .
Certain-Teed Asphalt. Shingles....._$ 5.95 made extra attractive by the addition t_eazn's' .findings.ThemoslLglaring. --.
t 15 Year .of simple An effective need, the ,4. b .1
garnishes.
JVarraaty4x8xV4 Per Sq. .speaker .
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Plywood4x8x ....sheet $ 2.45
jmade-with a circle of sliced radishes. negro' children. Other recommenda 1D8P" 1: ..
I % 'AD Plywood '. -. .sheet 6.15 A strip of Swiss cheese can be ions lie suggested ,would, be made ,'.
decorated with a stuffed olive. As- were more Science and Home EC
Disappearing Attic Stairway _._..._...$14.95 paragus tips look and taste well facilities at Madison High School '. 1.

Outside White Paint, ........._____gal... $3.35 with some egg salad and red pimientos and renovation of the Madison and : :
High Quality Mildew and, Fume Resistant. When serving the rolls closed Greenville high school buildings. He McWilliams Jr ,
cut the meats slightly larger than said they would recommend, consideration
,Vi in. Celotex Sheathing ....per M $S.OO the roll so 'that one 'earl see at a of closing .the Cherry .. .- .
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Ce lotex Ceiling Tile... .... .....per M. .$107.50 The speaker, said that the coun- : :.>
ty was getting GIRLS" '
$21,000 a year from CIRCLE .
12x12 or-iZs24-Dlamond White i--- : .
BUSINFSSMEN
I the- Capital Outlay fund above what .,
PAY. CASH AND SAVE 'CALL. .CH 2-3760. ART .SHOW was necessary for applying- 'on the Miss Judy Cole waS hostess Tuesday 1
county's school bonds, and that this evening to. the PresbyterianGirls' Newspaper adverb* "
4 k NELIO CHEMICALS, Inc. INQUITMANJforty S.-' was by no means enough 'for the Circle with 15 members at \ .
CYPRESS ST. -' VALDOSTA. GA. needs. While he did not exactly say tending. Mrs J D Scruggs Circle
ingcanhelpyouinakemoney
--- so, he pointed towards a proposed leader 'conducted the business meeting
bond issue for school construction 8
when made for
Contemporary ,Prints by! -Phil Hoche of Winter Park was Christmas caroling pwere Miss Cole gave well have >
foremost American Artists are 'on! a visiting Rotarian and W T Randell Mrs'Scruggs as as
Drink DR. PEPPER DANCER INSURANCE the scripture reading and
_ l \1,020.00. exhibition at' the National Guard of Madison was a visitor., gave the Stewardship pro-
Armory in Quitman for the' next gram.The.. fun in business.
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No age limit, guaranteed renewable.. :.,
two weeks. DEEP and SHALLOW 'Circle will have a study on
L Complete 'MACHINE SHOPSEkViCE'for Family Coverage On loan from Pennell Collectionof WELLS, up to 4-in, at Paul for the next several months. :f-'
______ Individual Coverage
Brlgg :Stratton' 'call yritefa the -Library jol Congress,, Yyashs. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. Sandwiches, cookies and punch Call HU 3-6361 .

and UcCullough engines, at E. "BILL" RUSSELL ington, 'D G the Gallery panelsdisplay were,served: dudngthe. social- hour., -,=- .........,..,. .
the various methods of
HU.3-6458 Madison, Fla,
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. decorative arts and the fine art of

print making from intaglio. aquatints -;
to wood .block prints and I -
'I Madison. Gas. Co. MadtsM -Gas: Gt. serigraph reproductions. -- .
--- The Exhibition. which is sponSored ru

by the Daughters of the
American Revolution is free to the

j .',:. C. public, Exhibition hours are from
two thirty to five every afternoonbut
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.ftI 1 '<'. f. and Wednesday. The prints range
in .subject: matter and treatment

30 GALLON KEE from the photographically repre-
:0 sentational "New York Nocturne"to
.1! .-;\: Gas Water Better .-*'t. ,., the abstraction of "Shattered
y .' -. Dwelling." Mostly in color: the
Glass Lined 10-yr Warranty
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includes descriptiveexhibit
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closes November 25th (there ,< < -- ; .
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.A Tallahassee with her sister :Miss .. '
: .installed, with-two' 'f :Smith who is a patient in f f-
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By I* C Bruuer j.
,' (Soil Conservation Service) ., ;
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Good crops of hairy.Itodigo. .have. ; :
been turned under "on'the farms of .,. .' {... Quantity Rights Rew, ,II .ii Prices. Good Thru November 18th 4/ ..
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Carl W Burnett; Joe Buchanan, -J -' .' ''

-,Blalock Rains, Van Hinton, W.,..B -3: 507 S. RANGE ST. S'c : .... :
Coody, Millard Young and many iJ '
others throughout 'the Madison.:Soil -' Swift's Pt.... BitterJMNor .
Conservation District. Some of- this = a, try
seeded! last, spring ,
indigo was early '
to be turned under in the fall ,and W-D Broad Breijtwl:: rZiTURKEYS;
followed with one of the recommended
small grains.. Where a good 0 -
crop of. indigo is turned under the

grain yield is doubled in many \. /
f cases. The turning under of cover r 1a 1
W /
crops in the fall not only adds 1

nitrogen to the soil, but adds many -- F .
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tons of humus that hold moisturefor ,1 ,
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d winter crop production. This Vita
20 POUNDS --3
added moisture held by the .humus'
In the soil might be the difference : AND OVER 29,1
between a good and a fair crop. Lb. :
Unfortunately humus disappears 1t (

from the soil rapidly., The farmer ...a ._ ..
must make everY effort to 'replacethe 'c8 '

3000 to 7000 pounds per acre 17 to 20 .
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of humus destroyed in growing a POUND AVG. '
single row crop. From 3 to 6 per-
cent by weight of most farm soils 1.1.I Lb. 111JJJ "

consists organic matter. It is,this
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humus which sets the soil apart I 111rn
from the :rock. So essential is this Z
organic matter to good productivity 10t016
of soil that called POUND AYG. ---
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the life blood of land.LADIES Lb. TCC. "
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The Madison Ladies Golf Association
:r. met Friday, Nov 10th at the

Madison Country Club. Hostessesfor =I. N GREEN STAIdVE FREE5O' .
: the luncheon were: Leila Bryan, : ;
; Leila Atchinson, Coleen Bunker, '

?. Hillouise There were Bevan seventeen and Sidney members Ashley. -a.= P- :tJ.w-: GREEN-STAMPS fresh % nork hams

j-' present and one guest Louella Ful "
WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR
4c ton. Two new members have joined r
;I ;,, the association, Barbara Richter NEAREST WINN-DIXIE STORE -
; and Helene Jackson. IIII! Void After Limit One Coupon to Adult With -

.. Julianne SchOelles, President, pre Nov. 18 A$5.00( or More:Food Order ..: ; ,:,WHOLE or HALF.'., ,
';: sided and the minutes wereread IIIIiii -
10. to 12 Lb. Av"YOUR ., J
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t are being made for the Ladies Golf ..LB 1-
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Men's Invitational Tournamentwith _
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: Oct 13th'were, 'Nettle Mason- Low, Maxwell Astor 491
COFFEE
House 59 1-Lb.
'Net; 'Oct 20th, Nelle Cantey, Low q
Net; Oct ,27th' Sidney Ashley, 'LOw I-LB. CAN Can
;"_ Net in 'Matched Play.Nov 3rd Lan-

',. -jiie Register Low Net; Nov. 10th! SHORTENING '. YOUR CHOICE '. Limit 1 with Food Order..
: Nettie. Chason, Low Gross.
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"' jnent is now in progress and there I I CRISCO69i:59'/"

:'1 are sixteen ladies participating. 1-
> At the recent Golf Tournament
in Lake City our gals made a real .

I :: showing; Nettie Chason, our' ,Club PILLSBURY ._ ,Limit 1 with $3.00 order or more. i, .
i Champion played Virginia> Tones of
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Valdosta in the Championship flight Plain Self -
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Both girls won iuU Virginia _Jones ,FLOUR: Sifted J la39 i
*Von the Championship 'over Nettie ,

Jn the play-off, sudden death. :'I : J
Sullivan in her flightin .
Merle
won .
a play off of'sudden death. r TOWNHOUSE b Regular $1.59 Value Save 60':

' Ester Watson won Runner-up in
s the Championship.. Flight. '.-
Lanais Register won in her flightbut FRUIT CAKE2Lb'99';

also tied and then lost to her
opponent with the flip of a coin.

Hillouise Bevan was the -winnerIn ; CABOT OR STARLETTS BRIQO ETS, Limit 2 with Food 0rd e the Fifth 'Flight Runner-up.
Plans are being made for our
Youth Program; Nettie Chason is .
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-the Chairman so get your youngstersout '
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METHODIST FIELD-."; ,,; -,, ',........, DETERGENT -. ., Limit 1 of your Food 0r g ers .

WORKER;, HERE1-. >''t-1:; r'..:. ..;:.I 1 k- :, : ;) '

:Miss Mary Ruth Nickels' "or I FAB ChOiC'9with ARROW .49i
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Beach Grove, Ind., field worker for I x / 'Y Giant Box
the women's division of Christian: e :
the'Methodist church met: '
Service of :
'here Thursday night in a supper: I :frozen
meeting with the officers and circle! so 5 JUICY RED ALL PURPOSE specials

chairmen of the local WSCS at, ems THIS COUPON rot -.. WEST PEAK FROZEN is *, T ,

McNeil's informative Restaurant session An interestingand was held. 61 M sal Y.. tkwa/r ."tira.poi II It .'I ffI 1 AppIe5) sac fig 39"; st'a.be I .r.le5 3 I-Lb, !1

when many. questions were discussed i<{ I.Addition T TIaose R.....", i > C ups .
.J -" ". :* .. Eorae4WHaYotI'srdHase .
MAINE RUSSET ALL PURPOSEPoUUeslfr
Miss Nickels was accompanied by ONE CAN DESSERT TOWNS MORTON'S Including Pumpkin & Mince Meat
district president Mrs L B.Crosby oft TIP WIP -
Greensboro and Mrs W C Dempsey, G 59' 3- 1 Family St"i
f veto urn NOVCMSOI I TM : -rult' '
district secretary ofeproaaotiont." ,- of S pie's I Size= fMORTON l.
Live Oak. _
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-- ;$ fTurkcy and ickeni ,
: ; t Yellow GoW, :
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week end gins- Mrs Sew lTs.par ..ntoMc meat dinA s'39
ents. Mr &' Mrs C S Thompoon, e >> .
of Roanoke Rates, N C., aM her
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brother and fay, -Mr aM MIs -;,," : rs. ACE HIGH FLORIDA
David Thompson aaj lHe sea"ef '. '
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Sr Fayetteville, remained ,for a'"week's_M '{VWt"1oU iR'fii Ifj: : -.':.' < .-, .. : ,-\,. ; IV jri! ":orange juke31)i.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 17th, THE -REC9.RDER.1.ADISOMi .FLORIDA ':. PAGE FIFTEEN"
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR I Hrnr Wbd sf TmMr :; i'rf: .;j11lE WANDERER RESORTM- .In:

out'how ,.. ,. ; .
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much fun it is to show and and Mrs F E Naughton and. :

how easy it is to enjoy a fine income Mr and T C Merchant Jr were hosts -
Lost with Avon's Products. Full or part- at a reception. .at :the_ Naughton
time openings NOW. Write OUIDAC home honoring the Windsor Trio

SWEAT. P O Box 540, Live Oak, following their performance Mon: ." -

Florida., day evening in the --Woodard: -..=.4''.. 4.
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Theatre. I -
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W.B.Daw Jr.aE.L FOR RENT: Furnished' apartments, Guests were' the faculty of North h N if'

.. close in town. Also oil ,heaters for IBM, POSITION OPEN Florida J or'eol egst; and their .
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sale,' tubing and dru 1.. MRS. J J i
ESTATE: BROKERAGE:: ", wives and the Artist: Series Committee :?
NEWMAN Phone HU ;3.2523-
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ACREAGE FARMS. '8-tf-ch: Permanent position with large and husbands and wives. ,
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL food manufacturer as-IBM operator- The cUn .
'%1TATESAPPRAISALS TIAL' FOR SALE: Duotherm heater, with supervisor open for qualified man orwoman with ,an
electric fan kerosene tank, metal Do not phone or come see I cloth and
ABSTRACTS- OF TITLETITLE stand and copper tubing. MRS F C us but first write if interested giv- .; ;
INSURANCE GLASS, 325' NW Meeting St. ing-experience, age, and other in i ment of pi e (
112 West Bate Street *, 9-tf-ch formation.W. .bowl.
MADISON. FLORIDA B. RODDENBERY CO.. INC r Mrs ri
Phone HU 36277t ,' FOR SALE: Smith = Corona?SkY.'W1i.ter. Cairo Georgia at ,the : I ,. '4
portable typewriter-. 'in 9-3t-ch II _, r.
t -F0RSALE-: 'zipper case, '$4950 cash. The. and;Mrs \ .
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FOR RENT Downstairs furnished .. :
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number Livingston,still Spring available.-Acres, choice" apartment 'with private entrance.MRS truck coming out of Jack- I. : :. i 1 i

House the only 'c'M PLANT, phone. HU sonville each week partly loaded. .
Ikey Bevan one
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available on the lake. .- 3-6650. 10-tf-ch Contact J I SURLES at HU 3-2395, I Miss rbn- 'The Select North End of Fabulous Jekyll Island :. :

Two tree'farms, 140 acres .and SOacres. FOR RENT:,Apartment unfurnished Madison Florida. 7-lt-ch: of Jklr and : I' .
4 Days and 3 Nights for $30.00 Per Couple t
,The price Is right. available, immediately. Phone .Madison, ,
112-acre" farm and tree,, farm in SMITH DRUG STORE. HU, 3- General Dress making. Alterations :Mr and 1-? Plus $3.00 for Each Additional PersonFreelurkeyDimier / .. _..

;i Cherry Lake.. '6262 or MRS KIRBY REICH- Mending. MRS DUR- !were -,.F '
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17'acres in ,Cherry Lake 2 bed- MANN, Ph. HU 3-637L 4-tf-ch :November : *
WARD SMITH. Phone HU L. ,
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room house, good pasture good - I bride's ,
>IOn only 54,100. 3-6156 ladison. 5-4t The : :
100-ACBF FARM FOR LEASE-on ;
I Highway 221 seven miles north white glads : WA AILThe Trimmings

Breaks Wffloughby to of Gr four eJ\vWe.years.Will G lease H THIGPEN from two,' J. D.. Scruggs with The a Free. Golf for Two on Beautiful Jekyll Island Golf Course ..'- .

*/ REALTOR Rt 2, Box 403, SANFORD FLA., neckline. '
Phone HU 3-6481_ Madison' or phone FA 2-5978. ll-2t-pd FORESTER of soft MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY
I _.REGISTERED SURVEYOR
-' -- ers which .
Texaco Service Station for Leaseon --:;: Ph. HU 3-6186 consisted ( .... :
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U S 90 and 221 highways at MADISON.. FLA matching .. .... :..
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Phone 2916. Carl Fullington, Greenville : NOTICE : Miss Brochure '. .,.. : :
List your farm and, city property Fla. U-2t- h the groom p pr : ;
with us for nationwide advertising.No GOOLSBY Dairy property In the I lifted the '.
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished Her Please send me by return'mail .
charge for listing. Blue Springs _community is posted.No -
apartment. .Kitchen electrically
V-neckline
equipped, private entrance. MRSE Hunting or Trespassing.: 'sleeves. FREE Colorful Brochure,on TheWanderer >
Bob & Beanie SearcyRT. Oct. 13-6t-pd r
L McKAY. HU 36956. 11-tf-ch ':with lace Resort Motel :I f
R 2, BOX.13OA( Let us. spread .your'Dolomite-Hl- matched! -
HOUSE FOR RENT: Two ,bedroom Cal-Lime. and,Phosphate Prices rea Mr '
? Al ISON, FLA. +
PHONE HU 3-6487 green block house located behind sonable. FOR BETTER SERVICE, '.groom, Name..': ..I . .... ._._ ., .i: . j', .;; ':--
Twin Oaks Grocery. Phone HU' CALL SUWANNEE SPREADER A, .: ,

FOR SALE: Florida" Black rye. J H 3-6309 Madison 11-lt-ch SERVICE. Phone collect to Forest ''of the I'Street: .. .. .. :. :..-.s .. .. # ?):
CALHOUN. 7-tf-ch 2-2560, Live Oak Florida Day or ,and cake .
HOUSEKEEPER prefers work in
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2-4t-ch Miss .
Night
BEFORE SELLING your timberor Lee area, but will consider .other' -- -.Phillips City: .' State:. . .. --t.-.1", _
timber land please see me. We .locations. MRS EDNA SLAUGHTER -
Miss .
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are also interested .In. ,buying a Box;' 225 Lee. Fla. 11-2t.pd. LIVE STOCK AUCTION book
cattle and was
Sell your hogs in our
limited amount of pine-hardwood WANTED. : Part-Time Employmentby auction each Monday. Sales start at Rogers.. The Wanderer Resort Motel James M Payton Manager .
pulpwood delivered by truck to .several, North Florida Junior 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK Out of : ,Jekyll Island, Georgia =N E5-2211 Atlanta Office: 525:8169 '
Foley, Fla., or -loaded on R R cars. 'College! Students. Anyone need- YARD, Ino. Monticello, Fla. and Mrs ,
See write or call ing such help please call North Registered Angus bulls for sale and Mrs SALE & RETAIL MEATS RENEWS FROM ALASKA
L. P. GIBSON Florida Junior College Business at all times.GIRARDIN. Mrs -' -
Rt. 3, Madison Florida I- Manager or Registrar. Telephone: Lucille Mrs Lydia Hill writes from
Phone: Cherry: Lakes 63 ., .Hu 32288. C Annie' QUTfflAN ABATTOIR: subscription
...., Alaska in renewing her
FOR SALE: .Plenty fiTlive.., fish JEWELERSFOR and Mrs-= % AND HOGS BUTCHERED to the E-R, "There is so -muchlike r=;..,.
1 bait, shiners minnows;.pOnd worms, I1pRAWLEIGH Wanted ,4oz'. the : to hear from home I can't. let
blue wigglers, crickets sand maggots THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE chose a the paper run out. There have been .

., tackle, and a good brand- .of Dealer wanted at SILVER CHINA CRYSTAL accessories.quarter Entertain FFA Boys a good many of my friends that
guaranteed fishing poles, plus a once in Madison County. Good op have In the past few
of white passed away
baits.. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY a (
complete line of Bogie portunity. See W H CONE, Rt 3 Box .
The Scmcc"J.' .' weeks, and my sympathy goes out
and Tackle Center .
Rowell's Bait 1135, Greenville or write at once.RAWLEIGH'S EXPERT REPAIRING -
Is now air-conditioned to assure' ',Dept. FAK-140-105.:: in _Live FHA girls' entertained the to the bereaved ones. -
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you of more lively live bait: Also:,Memphis, Tenn. 10-3t-pd() '- A boys-of Lee *,school Oct 31st "The temperature is getting lay .
we glue 24-hr ,service ,to-- anyone, ---- II BRIDAL .. CHE'CK the Suwannee! State Park in ap- here. Should be zero tonight; the
seven days a week. We have.THE BAND INSTRUMENTS WANTED CAR ation of their having given lowest has been 4 degrees. Has'
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THING! SERVICE a 'new'sewing, machine. snowed the past three weekends; 4

ROWELL'S CENTER, across BArr from&SAL TACKLE Depot .The Madison High School Band A good ,selection (By play was enjoyed by every inches the most yet We wont" have

:Madison. 41-tf-ch needs usable band instruments. If Sterling & plated Ho loware r after which,., refreshments of any warm weather soon.

you have a band instrument .that by finest manufacturers ,When dogs, slaw, cake .and punch were
FOR SALE: Pure bred Angus bulls, you are willing to donate to the ,Many gifts to choose from machine, it CANCER INSURANCE ,

all ages $150 up. R C DICKINSON School please contact MR HARRIS I 808 No. Patterson self how FHA district $7,020.00 '

,-HU-3-2517" 5-tfch Lat. Madison.. High School, ... ., Here are l "Nbv- meeting was dir No age limit guaranteed renewable, :
at Perry 4thwhen
9-4t-ch ti YAIDiOSTl\-GA.; ; check. Family Coverage
We Buy Shelled Corn! We Clean & officers: were elected to go to Individual Coverage *
Man with family wants to sharecrop Will the "
Dry Corn with latest equipment state, convention. Sandra Alder- Call or Write: 7;
or will work for wages on This is
available SUWANNEE GRAIN represented the: Lee FHA girls. C. E. "BILL" RUSSELL 1 1HU
farm. Specializes In tobacco work. HOT MIXED ASPHALT PAVING Does it
j Live CORPORATION Oak Fla Phone FO 14 2-3596-ch, jWrite "H," Box 570, Madison. We pave drives,, parking areas,, speeds Marlene Plain, Reporter 3-6458 Madison, Flav

i 12-lt-ch streets,. etc. Top quality. Fair mended .
i FOR SALE; 1956 Ford convertible prices. WAINER BROS. Infc, Ph (moderate. .- -,
reasonable price See or contact HELP WANTED-SAL MEN CH 2-4011,110 S. Fry St, Valdosta, 'Do -_

Scotty Wooley Rt Pinetta phone OR AGENTSMan Ga. 45-tf-ch in the ..

Cherry Lake 8399. 11-lt pd operate .it. _. : Mce To A! Greenville .
EXPERT REPAIR ..
FOR SALE: Florida Black rye, or Woman. Pleasant profitable helpful ,- '- '

purity 99.69%, germination 94%; route work. Full or part tune. complicated.It's =:.. Telephone Subscribers '
7 93J50 &. Large repeat orders. Earn $2.50 per MM ENGINES also -
? Borre lupine purity Bahia germination hour or-more. Age i barrier.- Write ,: machine :::
94% Pensacola .
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McNESS CO., Box 2766 DeSoto .' -
seedPuny 96%, gengnagon reach and -> < .
90%-. Hay. HOWARD HUGHET i Station Memphis 2. Tenn. ll-2t-pd SALES & SERVICE it's : .

RFD 3, Box 258, Madison Fla. Also be All telephone numbers-in Greenville, ,will! change at2:00 .
LOST: One female beagle hound, burn you : _
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9 ; 11-tf-ch registered' black tan *and .''white ofwercM mM mMMMtfl ,'dippy 0MAlw if.MADJSON ments. 3 a. m. on Sunday, November: 19th, 196 ., :

FOR .SALE:, Four acres of good 2 years old.. Last seen on No. 53 The kind .
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land, nice 36-ft. trailer, furnished. north of Madison. Contact. BERRY FLA. .'
is the best '
running water and lights. JOEL J. Washington, Rt. 3, Madison, or At this time, the new exchange will be placed in,service

FARNELL, Day. Fla. 11-lt-pd phone collect Evergreen 99896. type of
mI'be : ;
distributed .priortoii
Jacksonville Raph- .C ,Lambert eA.lL--:..,.. \..'. sewing, a and. new telephone.' directories'. '., .... -": ';
FOR SALE: Bode lupIne Bledsloe 11-lt-pd quate and '
,wheat and Sure-grain oats, re- '! JLPatePhoa cy-stitching November. ". -- .
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CARL SMITH Rt 2, Madison.ll2tchPretty PEST CONTROL. SERVICE- -'C'-" ', i2525 Greenville., .Fla._ '. may find If yoWare party 'line subscriber. ro -telepJione, _;. win ring
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CALL does fancy 7 t
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t picture post cards of North BURKE V' for ,_, Another only when; foUr number is dialed. ;>,', -

Florida Junior College. 5c each at EXTERMINATING CO. .. SANDING the service

The Enterprise-Recorder office. PHONE 29M PERRY. F1A. --. VARNISHING 0 service This new service will also,enable" other cities having,Direct}

Plasti-tak for sale at The .Enter 0 WAXINGOld machine. .
,priseRecorderoffice.. Registered SoryeytrPaone or New Floors Distance Dialing to dial Greenville"numbers without the

Mrs 'Lee :
FOR SALE: Borre Lupine 5 centsa HU 3.2372MADISON assistance of.an operator. -<
a lb. purity 99.86 per cent, germination Lee Bishop ,
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TON, Sampala Lake Farms, ville were It; ttlbk.,) necessary;to,use your newrecto1"Yy for:all caHs.m .
phone HU 36860. 10-U-ch wswoim PLATEOASSGLASS / < .- .".ft .' 0 -' .,-.' ._-" f '
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;New Cane Syrup for Sale: 4.50' CI byterian i! \ 1. .
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per:case,quarts or pints. 1. M. HOWERTON *
ply by: order. EDGAR BLAIR.Rt I ,'. : : !SeJ l e terJl Te' :CO y

:;2. Madison, Fla. .' 10-7t-pd; CONSULTING: FORESTS *. :.* 9 *_?. /*LASS H.OCK : ,, -' > .

: ;FOR SALE: 7-room house, inside i TIMBCR MARKETING .. -0' s ., ..a. 1r /

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THE WEST MADISON MOSELEY'-HALL BAPTIST CANCER'' INSURANCE 'Aoy-EarL MEETS "' annual church dinner were discussed,

METHODIST CHARGE- CHURCH' Family Coverage --:-:- Mrs M Bunting was Moderator of

REV. C. B. DAVIS .Pastorf Pastor $7,020.00 Due to Thanksgiving,, The Enter- Presbyterian Circle No.2 .met the Bible lesson taken from James
CHERRY LAKE CHURCH Levaughn Middleton No age limit guaranteed renewable. prise-Recorder will print next week Monday at the home of Mrs JackL and :Mrs George Gandy gave the
Chairman
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS of Board of Deacons R Family Coverage one day earlier than usual Everybody .' Wells. Ten members and the program on World Council of

Sunday School .._.__.10:00 A.. M. Trail-Ing-Union Director- Mr S Sapp. Individual CoverageCall please get copy in. early. president Mrs' Donald' Loper attended churches. Cake and coffee were

Worship, Service _._.._:r 7:30 P.:>x. -' Sidney R Moon or Write Thank' you. THE 'ENTERPRIjSE-" ,. ; served by the hostess.
C. E. "BILL" RUSSELL RECORDER. ; Mrs T C Merchant Jr presidedover
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Associate Director Mrs Kelly BaileyStmday ,
HU 3-6158 the business meeting when Marriage: certificates for sale at The
Sunday School ,_.._._ 10:00:: A.. M.: School 'S pl !Madison, Fla. plans for the PYF supper and the En rise-Recorder office.

Worship Night Service :.__before 11:00 A.First M. Pianist_ -_- Mr Miss Hayward Patricia Andrews Moon 5- USED WASHERS GreetYi th.ec.sg C .* *: k-|

Family Friday .
Song t.eaderMr.. Leroy truce '
month at 7:30 P. M. ,
Sunday each Sunday School 10:00 a..m. GOOD SELECTIONHOWERTON FestiyftiesGreenville / .. STUMP BROS.
Thomas Sxirles. Church School Supt.
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Morning Worship _.,. n:00 a. m. SUPPLY CO. : ; .
I ROCKY SPRINGS CHURCH Naming Union 7:00 p. m. Fla.-. :.
.- FIRST AND THIRD ,SUNDAYS Evening Worship _. 8:00 p. m. The climax.of. the -H me :oming ,.,

Sunday School .... 10:00 A. M. Prayer' _Meeting_ii/ 1:30 p. m. WiwDixieSaksypSales game Friday night was the crownIng Cash &itsl
Worship Service _-:.-11:00 A, M. The Lord; The Father and His of the Queen and Princess;; '_ Carry
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS '.family Bids: Welcomes each of you at Wirm-Dixie Stores Inc, Tempa 'Lee O'Quinn was:crowned -

Worship Service ----::: 9:30 A. M. to come and Worship with us; which operates a number super- queen. She was.' escorted by'GeraldK 306 SOUTH PATTERSON. GA, & FLA.. DEPOT BLDG
whether you be poor or whetheryou markets in this area,: increased .
1030 A. ? nsey "
M.Family
Sunday School 4-x 8 3/8 .
Sheetrock
be rich, makes difference. 3.81 'during x '
no percent the 52-week Others in her court were:. Chris
Night, Friday after Second He' welcomes you to come and eat,. period ended Oct 21 compared with tine M rcer.esc rted by' :Norman '- shieet .. .T ....... :> : 't.35|
Sunday each month .-7:00' P. M .
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His, Spiritual food with us all. Hutto and Susan Blanton escortedby '
the corresponding period last ; Roofing ,
year shingles
>> 215 Ib.
- P.'K. Rowell, Church School Supt.Claude Fletcher. C7CBQ.
I Jerry J _
_Duval. Charge Lay Leaderh FIRST BAPTIST CHUHCH it was announced. Sally ,Studstfll was crow4d} ;prinr. . .. .. .. .7.- --v.lv
Pinetta, Florida Volume came to $759,789,221 during -
SHILOH CHURCH HAUL A. the 52-week cess. She was escorted 'by'.Jtalph"Davis. 2 0' 68 1 3/8" .
TRAVIS, PastorS perIod' ,ended Act x. x Mahogany
THIRD Those in her cOuit'were 4:75:
AND SUNDAYS
FIRST :
Sunday Bible School 10:00 a. m. 21, an Increase of $28,294,682 over Cruce' who Was escorted: ,by Flushl'Door, ea-: : .... .. .;. ,
Worship Service 9:30,,A. T& Kay : ;
... s.. S. Supt.. Mr. G.- C. Buchanan the 52-week period ended Oct 22 -
Sunday School} ., ----- 10:30 A. M. Joining Worship 11:00 a. m. Paul 'Herring; V Andrews. Plvwood x 8 x 1/4" Tnt? .ri'onqr
1960, when sales totaled -- -- H wy
$731,494
Blair Norma :
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Training Union _.. 7:00 p. m. 529 escorted' by Wetzel sheet; .:.. .. . ::. ..-.v: 4w
Sunday School 10:00'. M.. Director M. T. C. Morris Jean Bailey, 'escorted by Darwin

; Worship .Service _' 7:30.'t. Evening Service 8:00 p. m. For the 16-week' period ended BootheT-Aline. VIckers, escorted by Plywood 4 x 8 x 3/4", ..*;.In1---, .. ; 6 AA
'Family Night Friday after Flrsf lour Of Power, Wed.. 83)0) p. m. Oct 21, sales were 5228,139,460 Arthur Burle r Porter: and Lillie, sheet .i. ..:. .; ..;J-."!. .-j;. -
Choir Practice, Wed. 9:00 p.m. ..compared with $221,570,719 during Davis! escorted by Rudolph Porter. I ._ :' ,; ... _
1 Sunday each. monthat 1:30. P, It R.A.'s meet Saturday 3:00 p m.Everyone. the &week period ended Oct 15, The'queen and princess were presented .Fun. Thick insulation '
$ ,
Herbert, Supt. Brooks, Church School Is welcome our 1960 an increase of ,$6,568,741. or buds. large bouquets of.-red rose. per. M. '..i. ;.t... ..... :.. .:,:a::...... M.IW.:_
The only thing missing in ,296. percent. .. k .- ., ..
Wiley- Blair, Church. Lay Leader ch rch is (U). AnIncrease also was recordedfor The half-time show* was presentedby 10 lb. & 15 Ib. Felt, {.. : 4.' : "
f '. '. jthe'*fourweeks ended Oct 21.: Sneads High School band and roll .fc is .
Pirate Bani 7' per ... 5.
NEW .HOPEFUL': FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH During this period sales amountedto Greenville 56JOO;;
: : MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH t GREENVILLE FLA.. ,$57,955,829 ,as compared: with Special guests at.' the game were Celotex Sheeting 4 x 8 112.. '
Cub Girl-
Services every ::first and third Sunday School 10:00 A. M. $55,648,228 for 'the four-week Dads; Boy Scouts; Scouts, perM ; .-. ;.... ..... ... .'t. .
Sundays 11 and 8:00 Morning 11:00 ,A. M '' Scouts and Brownies.. -, :. t .
a. m. ,
m p. Worship ; 1960 0 '
period ended Oct 15, an in .. -
Score. Prefinished
I Birch Plywood. 1A JA
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Sunday School every Sunday 10:00a. BaptIst Training Course 6:45 P. '
m. .* Evening Worship 7:30 P.; M. crease of $2, 07,601.' pr. 4.15.per". Sneads 20 -:- Pirates 7;. -r--: Sheet .

Prayer :Meeting Wed. 7:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M.. cent ,'-
Training;".Union every Sunday '7:00 Winn-Dixie now operates' 539 retail CIRCLE MEETS'Mrs' "T Prefinished Hahogahy Plywood C |?A

p';: 'in MADISON. CHURCH OF CHRIST stores' and eight'' wholesale Beasley Cole. ;/ entertained sheet .'. .. .. .:. .>: J...: D.vv .
'* REV. W; T. RYCROET,. Pastor 701 South Range units throughout the South con Presbyteriair Circle No. 3 Monday
Sunday_Bible Study .10:00 A. M. and afternoon. Mrs Jack Wade presided ExteriorHouse'Paint' o r/\
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Lord's Supper and pared with 518 retail outlets % and plans for a Thanksgiving'.basket, : : gallon .. :. ... .. ...'. .3 .
118 N. Orange St: Phone HU- 3-6355 Edification 11:00 A. M. nine wholesale units this time a and PYF supper were made.. Mrs 1. \
Latex
Interior Paint '
MEETINGS: Sunday Evening Service 7:00, P..M.- year ago. Kirby Rdchmann was leader of- ; ,2.65
gallon . .. .. .. .. ..
-; ,. Bible Study; Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Wednesday .Evening. the devotional based on James and i. '* ., .
Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 P.. M. Services. .:.:;. r.._... 8:00 P. M. MrsT L :Fraleigh gave, the:pogrfhVon 'i )< CMphalt Floor- <' I.:: '"' -
', Ministry ,School: Friday 8:30P.. M. the; ; ;,: - ,. -. Tile4F .. t. AQ
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1 LEE METHODIST CIRCUIT Stewardship j4WPt11J! C.""'" '......'.. .e1 '. .
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. ;;, WatchtowerBib1e Study: w Earn a Big 4% Council of Churches. The ;host- ;. :; .:*>*;!-3.:; .:; 'of., '""

: Sunday 7:30 P. M. Lee and Hickory Grove Churches served sandwiches, pickles, fruitcake Vinyl Asbestos Floor Tile; j "" -1'
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: : Morning Worship firstFederal FOR ,Lighting Fixtures &Electrical: Supplies at same low prices
CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST
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; 1st' and 3rd .SUidays'11:00 a. m. Higher Than Ordinary ..Quality' a
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CHURCH
r'.- Preaching Services every Sunday Evening 2nd end Service 4th Sundays'- 9:00.: a. .m. SAVINGS ASSOCIATION& LOAN' Lower Than SEE Usual Prices. Pay Cash fay less
Morning Service 11:00 A. M. ;
1st and 3rd SimSays 8:00 p. m.
j Evening Sunday 'ServiCe School every 7:30 P.Sunday M. at Sunday School _.In Diade-Taylor Hotel Bldg. McLeod Furniture Co. STUMP BROS.

.Every Sunday'0 10:00 a. on PERRY, FLA. .
10:00 A. M.
Youth -Fellowship .GREENVILLE* FLA. __
'! 'BTU Every Sunday at 6:15: P. M. m. .
Every Sunday 7:00 p./
Prayer Meeting Wednesday

at Brotherhood'?:30 P. M. first every Thursday ever) BOBBY Church.AT WILLIAMS HICKORY School Superintendent GROVE ..NOWA: !! .NEW WORLD OF WORTH !

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4-,,. -:. month Everybody at 7:?O Welcome.P. M. Morning Worship '

t% J. R. COLLINS, Pastor 2nd' and 4th Sundays 11:30 8. m.: .b &-. -. .
Evening: Service "
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2nd and 4th Sundays 8:00 p. m.
PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School .
Preaching every Sunday Every Sunday ....1020. a. m. -
t Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Youth FellowshipEvery ,, '

i : Morntog Worship -__ 11:00 A. M. Sunday'___._ 7:00 p. m. \ : _** :
;t.> ,Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. Mid-Week Prayer Service -1 i : j F NEwHijghTorque POWER

r t ,Evening ServKqi___ 'f:304 5. M. Every Wednesday 8:30 p. m. .
; g. Prayer Meeting Wednesday JULIAN ANDREWS: .- -: :* ",, ', j t '- Ii JUST RIGHT FOR YOURJOB. .

Evening 7:00 P. M. Church School Superintendent .
:, -j W B SEALS, S S Superintendent WELCOME TO -' .'. : .'<.: ...: : ii...$:*...,;..<. tz, =.n:;:1 AA.. ...' .>' .. -

7 ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH .
> 62' CHEVY
Director.ERNEST: Come Worship With Us : .-, .. ....
'. ,. GURR. MinisterWELCOME Sunday School 10:00 A. M. d '.." .'- : .
TO Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. .: ,.. _
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Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. .rOJlMASTER I
\,. o MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCir .
:. Sunday School. .....,., ,,.-. 1000 A..M. Evening Worship 730P. M. .ii5LT .
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a t- Morning Worship_ __ 11:00 A. M.., 'X1d-W Prayer Service 7:30.P. U.Brotherhood. 5- .V' .'F..;",'.....;:. > /.....:. '. ; .. :

,; Training t.----- '6-30 P..M.; Philip Howell. 4th_...Friday. ... S.:30P..1t S:f Supt.. e Series M80 Tandem '. ,'RUCKS

a Evening Worship ____ 7:30-P.1t.! Marvin' Bass B. T. U. Director triUl 1 to-jazd damp body ,
: Prayer Meeting ....._ 7:30 P. M '
REV. :ELDRIDGE LYONS. Paster ...
; 1 Church Business Meeting First .. ..... "':.. ,

Wednesday night of each month. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTETCHURCH .-. ..i t ,,'
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Services every Saturday: at Had-& .... L. truck .
Thursday night of:each month. Chevy offers sure-taring; power for every Job with a ..
fi' Preaching services, every. Sunday, ;son American Legteo Hall total of 10 High Torque, ht fisted engines for'62.Rugged '

I Come Worship. With Us.> Sabbath School begins 2 'p.m.cburch _, '..i. 'L ,newCheyy-GMDtessls.A new HIgh Torque 409 VS. And 9
r'UN. DOZIER SAPP Pastor : Service at 3 p. BL new choice of six-cylinder sayings tight-duty models. <
< -: HIlT T' KEEP 1\I1IIUM. MS 'WODUlt ,. lJlllI. 1M. -
E. C. WILLIS, S. S. Supt. 55 -
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SAVIJte. SIXES If you've a job for a air. Chevy ha -r;
:t HOPEWELL .BAPTIST .CHURCH HAROLD YATES.'. Pastor' Tele- ,a six for your job! The famed High Torque 235 Six S
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) Sunday School 10:00 A. M. phone HU 3-6517. '.- .. ,': for instance. Or the High Torque 261 Sir this year

J MoraingWoB: f>',-, 11:00 A..JL Everyone Weteoaae! : ', ',., available*'for the first time in Ught-dusty models.

;' Baptist Training Union 6:30: F.X LEE BAPTIST' CHURCH .- EA6fK .-.rrs. Four of'em,including a brand-nerr

r Evening Midweek Worship Prayer Service._ 7:30 7:30 IML P.>> ,M. REV. 1./R, CARTHl, Pastor" :;. "' v1Im. ,AlII mew.' AM lLlmtM'. AMJIm.. 'MJ. .High Torque 327 V8*and the mighty new 409 VB-.
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I every_ I" ,. mMIAWLC 1 .LNew Chavrolet-GM 4-53's asd6V53' ,
: Youth Service P. M. Wednesday .
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v. : S.,Sure .
L.-SINGLETARY; s; Worship --11:00.A.. by of CM Diesel experience. '
;J. L. WYNN. B, T. U. .Director Tralateg. .Union '-:".__- 7K)0'P.':; M.: bi' years
NEW B Si N-NEW
MODELS. New work
REV. W G DeSHAZO Pastor Evening Worship ..._.. 8GO P. M ; stylsi
7:30 P. M ; _;.. perm t.-driver to nee the road, as much aa 10 Ji feet
f REV R M LONG. Pastor Prayer Meeting Wed., _: Urlmtll .. IIRlKJI I_ -Jlm_ ". closer to the truck. Chevrolet'a proved Independent

i MADISOK CHURCH OF.GOD 750-14 'GoedyearAJI-'eatfeer t -. FrauutSuspension: gives you a smoother riding,harder
r Sunday School 10:00 A. it .. 'working,.longer lasting' truck. Three# work-proved
r Youth' Service Wednesday 8:00 p.m. Ny. TreAs : Coryak 95's add rear maneuverability

9venIng Worship 7:30 p, m. S IJ;'" lllll'e.trrrTi'bo' : to the light-duty td.a of 203 models

.".. Morning Worship _, 11:00 a. m,: S Uw As:$14.88, ia,.alL See your Chevrolet dealer. *opfei*utra cBtwwm

'. ..Im. MS 111m. MIl MmM. W.1JUIII: ,. IIkIIIG NIl m wmm m? mmv.I .
c L. -D.. 84 SERVICE i Plus. _Tax and :Exchange ': > \..- .. --' '
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LATTER DAY. SAINTS Messer
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Sacrament Meettag 11:00 a* m. Battery &: Tire Ct. : Nno. N.Con- s r .. :.
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and place Meeting as 'announced at -Sacrament -I Several tep qty refrigerators : .t ,: ."J COMPANY 7' .

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ALL SERVICES AT AMERICANLEGION aRfl rasgee, wed eily .a : ,., .,.1 (mjir MOTOR

t> '. '-I- > HALL- .. ...- fc1J..I. flat". JI.t; : :; ._;...:. l : ,i.._t "-''."*--
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