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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: December 29, 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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VOL. LXI- $o. 18 Rehjrn Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, .DECEMBER 29th. 1951, Madias, Florida price JQc Yearly Subscription $3.75;. Delayed Renewals $4.00


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Turkey shoot will be held ; ll $>- 'J v
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Bids age
Coining Soon New Year's afternoon, Jan. 1st, 59','prominent-- citizen\ Gree'nville; :Madison County suffered a

... beginning, at two o'clock at died suddenly;:of.a/heart attack at severe: loss and was deeply grievedby

The School Board rded' Lane's Grocery on Road 150 his camp .at t Nutall Rise early Saturday the I passing; of William Henry-

$214,477 contract last Friday for between Greenville and Cherry s morning. Register age .87/ Thursday afternoon
the construction of' two new buildings I Dec "21st about 2:30. His death
Lake.. 18-lt-pd. IM!" Leggett was .a. life long resident -'
at North Florida Junior Col came as the result ,of an automobile
Jege. J; .: of Greenville and .active in accident 'in :the northern part of
civic and fraternal circles for many
and of Mari NEW OFFICERS : Madison county. )
Rainey Fortenberry
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anna the successful bidder will begin < \ cd years. He was-member of ;the ..Affectionately known as Uncle

work in a few days on the stu New officers were installed Wednesday First Baptist church of_ Greenville Dick, or Man to relatives and .

dent union and administration build' night at the Madison To All oi You from All of Usl Justice of. the Peace of, District '5, Wends' he was known and Jpved.

ings. Masonic Lodge 11 by H T Holton, a former City Councilman and .a by i many He lived. -a. loner full life

I school trustee. He was a memberof and .spent a ,great part of it doing
There" were 6' other bidders. Complete .' .installing officer and R F Milli-_ F OTARY CLUBT I CLASS REUNION: .t

tabulations of their bids'will ron, Installing marshal. 1! ',.\ Members of the 1930 graduating the' Greenville Masonic; Lodge good things for other people. The
C Sr was on the program class No 28. .a Royal Arch ;Mason in lives_he may have saved, and 'the
Merchant of
appear; next week in the minutes of : Those Installed were H E Foun- Madison high school helda suffering he had his.- ..,
alleviated
the Board. ,,tin, ,W Ml A F Barker, SW A ,H at tne Rotary Club meeting reunion Christmas, night at the Monticello, member' of Morocco by {

". SRJCJ'DSJe.ON\- # ':" .Armstrongr' *treas; X) C Hodnettsect' Wednesdays.dad gave a summary as home 3? Mr Wm McChesney- with Temple bf, the Shrine, WOW and. hand kind,' and to; slumber generousj He.acts never wouldbe turned ;.

More college construction ht the ; R L Wuliank, JW, Wayne he -i$aw it, 'vof.(>.accomplishments' .- jjnd 'Mr and;.Mrs Richard 'Brockman,' the:Easterrr Star.. away' a{person in 'need;, 'was like ,

educational; cent /poith, .Florida Weger.. S 'D, W A Shire J D'G C .plans. ;.for tne"future> f'tfte'lCennedy, wesdiarjiof. ..,- th.class,; as1':hosts.Tw :Survivors' are his wife> Mrs ,Thel-' a. "!daddy to dotens ft of people in ,

-will .begjlue; :in, 1.962 "Ele Qd Bu hams n, Chaplain;. H M ,' r n; both. nationally* and h .x:.!|ye: ,class members and ma Mh\ s.Leg etk and one son, A L Harmony community: and elsewhere

"Arid\ 11' 1 A buiieii gat t-,> H Flo r':T'li;itiiit: ..... au Y..' .Vrith.> comment their. 'wives and husbands spent. thee Leggett Jr, of.,Greenville and three i nd*his inference reached. far and
Ja"iiorl. .T : KS.M .tniti1i t.. -.n; t :i.!em_ : enz t daughters, Mrs Lettie Lou toper of wide. *
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'vrilbepassroom ;4.-" ., .. Czllil evis' the programchahma reminiscing: about school days.Plans ; and: Mrs Martha Bryan 'Uncle Dick was ham in Georgia I
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iJ.;= k16ns''' at. SRJC *v aS'Visitors included Bill were made to hold another Brown, aid Mrs Jo Ann Booth both ,!Hay < 20.. '1874. but had lived moat

.."'were bul: <'Oislast! week, fcut Supt' s\IIOSPIIAL NEWS Stiefel- ofXA.tlanta and Pat CanteyJr reunion on Christmas night in 1962. of Greenville; ten grandchildren; of his life in Madison County.where
., Madison ,, ; : :he had endeared himself to all wfcy
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Bishop:reported .it appeared ,destea-;', ; The hosts served fruit cake :and. one.uncle. 'F W Reams of Aucflla, ; .met and knew him. He industrious
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ble to avoid' them,. }''zth the, library I Admitted: Mrs'Mary Collins, Will .... .'... coffee during the evening 4.'. and' -sevezal nieces and nephews. and outstanding farmer,
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SIGNUP UNDER 1962 FEED Funeral services were held Tues
-wide
because of the spread of .the Sealey James .a devout Christian faithful to his
Knighton, Mrs Mabel
first bids In the, ,near future bids Hemphill Mrs Gussie Register J P GRAIN PROGRAMs: CHRISTMAS LIGHTING day at 11 a m hi the Greenville Family,.his work, his .community and

will be called, for 'again and c'1t is CONTEST WINNERS First Baptist church with the pas his church and most of all his God.
Morrow Jr Mrs Mary Fletcher, Williams Chairman, State tor. Rev Harold Johnston officiating -
Emery He was a retired deacon of Harmony -
expected. both. classrooms and libra- Mrs ,
Clyde Cantey, Garden Clubchairman'
will be Mike Scanlan Mrs Mary Agner, ASC'Committee1, has announced that assisted by Rev Julian Maddox Baptist church and for'forty

ry readyb .Sept 1962. Mrs Lizzie Petty, Mrs Elinor Bass, the signup period foor farmers de ,of the,. Christmas lighting' Mrs'.'Mizell White. of, Tallahassee years a leader in his church an4<| a
Program, has announced the' de=
t Jackie Goolsby. firing to participate In the 1962 was vocal soloist. pillar in Ills community.. He also
Cherry Lake News clsion: of the .judges as follows
Discharges: Mrs Mary Floyd and' Teed' (Gr ln program on corn and : Interment was In Evergreen served as constable under Jack
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baby boy; Miss Susan Johnson, First prize of $15 for best over-all Clyatt some
grain sorghum will begin February cemetery with the Masonic order years ago. .
The Christmas 'trees, ,program, Julius) Lassiter, Mrs Minnie Brown i 5, 1962 and end on March 30,,1962.. decoration,' Mrs C C Armstrong; conducting graveside: rites. 'The T ;J Mr Register is survived by .his

And the carol singing at the Metho- Bill Powell Mrs Mary Fletcher, The provisions of the 1962. programare 2nd. prize $10 Mrs E .P.. Sanders Beggs Jr Funeral Home- was In wife Mrs tussle O'Neal Register,

dist and Baptist churches .and the James Knighton., Death: Will Sealy those for Jr. charge of arrangements. Lovett, one daughter Mrs, Leila. R
generally the, same as,
Cherry Lake. 'School,were inspiring oLee: .. Best door decorations.* Mrs :Alex Floyd of Cherry Lake one grand-
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I i+ ,, ? : 1961; ., Active pallbearers., who were :
Y 'k H daughter Mrs Susie Groover of
: Smith/"and Mrs J Sale ,
nephews, ;were. : ]lessrs Bill Anderson Madison, two great-grand' childrenand
Mr and Mrs Jerry Painter and Mr and Firs Sam Agner of Madi- Milford had each; 'George
Mr and Mrs Charles Anderson, J C Anderson a number of nieces and
:son Gene. 01 :>Savannah Tenn spent son are the parents of a baby boy their children for Christmas from Best picture, window..' Mr C W George' Mills Jr,' Charlie English nephews, as well as scores of other

I t Christmas with her parents; the H born Dec'. 24. He weighedy8. IDS, 1oz Jacksonville ,including Earl Milford Dietterich, $5.Decoration .. ; G I English Jr and Fred Carroll relatives and friends. '

*W "Weavers.Rev : I vAdmitted, and family' Mrs Avis 'Day and appealing most' to. Jr.. Honorary pallbearers: God was. good to spare such a

and /MrsfJ, R Collins leftTuesday i : :, Marie Moore, Newt family, Mrs Nonie' Webb and family children,. Mrs ,J B Davis, Jr, $5. 'Messrs Wilbur} ,Powell,. Grover beautiful life lo these 87 years. We

to *visit-tbeir: : soninlawand Demps, Rosa 'Lee. Wilson. ,->o Barnard Milford 'and family "; Best store decoration,. T J'Beggs Cone, Albert Sistrunk, T: P Mte- mourn his passing but we realize'

daughter., Mr and Mrs' Bill 'Discharged: Elizabeth McCray' & and Mrs Jeanie Milford & children.x & 0>. $5. Leod Sidney McLeod, Curtis Earp, God's will must be done and we
Whitlock sand *' grandchildren at Sallie -x- The contest money was given by : would not change |t if we could.
Williams
; baby boy Mae
Turner Davis Tom Studstill Lamar
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7 and Mrs W E Johnson and Florida Power Corperation. The association with one of Cod's
Richmond, Va. gr Michael Pride Marie Moore and
Andrews Lee- McGuire Mizel
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Barbara and Susan and Artie :
this
Misses: own as one was draws us all
Mr and Mrs) C E Buckhajt} spent baby boy Rosa Lee Wilson and
White Doc
Cooper Lawton Burnett
Johnson- of painesVille were guests HOSTS AT PARTY ? closer to Him who Is the Savior

Christmas witht thelrtson3n4aw and baby boy.. Wednesday of 1Mr' and Mrs S.L Mr and Mrs W B Selph'of, Tommy Herring, Doe Clayton, Bill :of our souls, and makes us morefit
daughter Cpl nil' Mrs, [Freddie A burin to Marie Moore, Cherry. '
baby boy '
Strupp, Buford Handley. Buddy to sit in
Brothers, and Miss Linda Brothers. Lake entertained at' their lake heavenly places with
Bartlam at Parris Island AFB. Dec 20.; Weight, 6 Ibs. H oz. ,. Cruce. L P Cruce, F C Cone, those who have ,been redeemed. '

The Harry Cochrans are visit- Willie 'ind- Rosa Lee Wilson cottage. Friday evening at a: cocktail Grady .LeTrigger' Joyner, 'E # Funeral services were held Sunday
4 WEEKLY. FISHING'BULLETIN
Ing relatives at Pembroke,,"N. C. Madison, a\baby boy. 'born Dec 21. I party with thirty guests at- Page Sr, Lee Thlgpen Cecil Bran- at 3 pm at Harmony Baptist
Mr and Mrs Bob Gerald of Ala. i tending from Cherry Lake. Madison
: church. Rev John R Collins Her
I had never thought much about nen. Simmie, Moore, .E M Page Jr ,
were guests of the -Bill Selph and { and. Valdosta. J R Hardwick and Rev Glenn lawhorn -
CHRISTMAS PARTY. crickets for'id personal fishing un Sibley Smiley, A T Taylor, David
R Barrs families. Christmas wreaths were placedat joined in conducting a final
: till{about_two lweeks ago. I carried Byrd, .Dale Leslie, Pat Milliner
Mr and M;S :ID:W Barnes spent vantage points and the refresh tribute to this beloved citizen.
Christmas Montgomery :with Mr The employees of Setzer's held about fifty crickets along with my ment table was centered with a James Stanley, A J Cruce and Dr Active 'pallbearers were MeSsrs.WDUe

Barnes mother. their Christmas,'party In the private usual bait,., ,which was worms. Itried small, Christmas tree. The evening Royce V Jackson.FESTIVITIES O'Neal, Burton O'Neal K W

diningroom at McNeil's, restaurant the crickets tU'St. and did so Waldrep Edgar Waldrep, David
Mr and Mrs Harold Gross and was spent informally. ;
children visited relatives at Scotts. Wednesday evening, Dec 20. well I never changed baits. 1 was AT REO CENTER .Cone and J I Surles all nephew

I boro Ala. A Christmas free and red berries using' a: 16-foot pole line same Mrs Ida Simmons of Tallahassee of the deceased. .

were featured 'in the decorations on length, axsizer Bi split shot to carry % Honorary pallbearers were
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Mrs Virginia Webb and her spent Christmas here with her sister There will e fun for the whole
Howard Fletcher
Messrs Blah
Mrs Frances Stewart have the table where thirty. guests including the cricket down ,slowly, with a No Mrs S P Griffin. family at the Recreation Center Wiley -
daughter wives and husbands of the 6 ,Claw hook 'Here the Audley Lane, Albert Waldrep,
moved back to their Cherry Lake Eagle ire this Friday- %ikht. The floor Is J C Jarvis Will Radford Turner

Home. The granddaughter attends employees were seated for 'a delicious different; typesof, fish. we were Mr and_ Mrs E M Morse were ready forskating and dandng. Davis, Otis Peavy J J Sale Sr. V

the schooL turkey dinner.A catching: bass speckled. perch, bluegill guests of Mrs Morse's brother-ln- People: are asked to bring their E McHargue and M E Hendry.

Pfc and Mrs Donald Wilson gift exchange; was held during hy/breamJred, bellies cat fish law and sister. Mr and Mn ,J D Christmas ,treear md a big bonfire I Interment was #Ja the family lot

were Christmas guests of Mr and the evening. shell crackers and stump knockers. Kent;:In Vernon during the Christmas will be held. If one ,cannot bring ;in Harmony cemetery with the .T/-J

Mrs W E Wa on. Caught two and ran holidays. his tree he is'asked to put it o_ iOn :Beggs Jr Funeral Home in charge

James and Ruthie Hawkins visited FAMILY DINNERSeri out. of cricltf '- ''. ,the street :and the City will pick !of arrangements. .

their parents for Christmas.: '' :.t strings 'k ; ,141r; :ysed Mrs Jack., Austin and i(,1 up and bringliLSkatiag I The ""beautiful floral offerfess'were
'** MB.. R LATER DIES. _- -' ,.J r: : ; : daagh der Susan of Gainesville were- most ,profuse and were .:&
at
--"J>" -- ------ -- ,-and MrsW Davfar- entertained ,-' !' + .... - : :;. at. 5jp m. Bonfire final and beautiful tribute to
The"'cotizmunity was: shocked. b y 1dr.\aisd r''enter guests Christmas -day 'bf Mr., and I doe
members of/the Beggs"j: family .; 6:30.; .C1.k.el. 7, and skating whose-Ike" :was spent 'in doing
the tragic accident resulting iR.: the at? their z annual; dinner on f Christmas tai ed5at a" family :dinner;' Christmas !Mrs:George Candy, ':,acid. 'Mrs-. ::Frank :and j't' I beao.tful.deeds foe. those In tall
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death of Mr W H Register. ::: Present' :wHhtbm were Faterson. :. .:: :,- -
day<
III : day. Among the sues; were : walks of life. Contributed.
I Sympathy is extended to thosejn' Mrs H C Ke y..tr"'and;. Mrs their. '
jured and the families. Carl Karstedt and cl children.. Mary; Da I r: :Marie, Mr' and Mrs D HMayV Rev and Mrs Bill Llgon and son i HOME FOR,4 HOLIDAYSRoyce Miss Jeannette B van of Jacksonville -

Mr Register known to: all: as Helen and BUI:; Mr and Mrs T J Srr Mr Waller Whitlock.. and spent Christmas in, Tallahassee' with is spending the Christmas holidays -

e Uncle Dick delivered ice in Cherry Beggs_Jr; Mr and Mrs T J Beggs Mr and Mr Jesse ''Hughey. Mrs' Ligon's parents Byrd: aria Jimmy Perrish, with her sister Mrs. J' tJohnson ',
In farm students of the University of Florida "
Lake years:ago, was active -x- and
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lug and church and community affairs i Holiday guests of Mr and Mrs Mrs 'J H Worden of Miami, In ,, where they'are' roommates. are ;"

and will be remembered by i iI Paul McCIune were Lt and Mrs 0 renewing for the bornepaper, spending the fiolidays at their home Mrs-Richard Brockman and 'Mr

many for the ball games and refreshments I Miss Flo Morrison of Omaha. D Johnson and 3 sons of San Diego,, writes; It's the best town and in Greenville. Royce ia with his Billy. Oliver have -M r guests their

for the children at his I Nebr, is spending the holidays with. and'Capt and Mrs W' F Langfo rd, county, paper. rye, ever: .read I do parents, Mr and*Mzs'J B Byrd and aunts Miss Cleo Oliver of Danvers I

borne many times,-as. well-as-' his her:mother, :Mrs Hoyt Wainwright, and 3 slaughters' Who were en. route, .enjoy. ,! -:your' editorials..... they. are. so Jimmy ,with his, family, Mr and Mass, and Hiss Velma Oliver'or

Beighborliness to all.: t ,-, and other.relatives. to the :PkW pines.. ", .f aousd f.-.........'and'f < ".Chri&t1a',. 1-li.Ie"'. -.,-..' ,Mrs! G 1 I English' : -. ._ < Orono, Maine.

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Its Own settled political conditions in Mrs D F Burnett was the guestof I ...
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the Caribbean. Foreign trade Governor and Mrs Farris Bryant Gas logs, fireplace heaters,

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("i.r..a.ws.r._ Then there is the Congo situation United States. The country has

Published Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance and the Katanga war of been in considerable political I BUY YOUR E-R AT F & M W. C. COPELAND, JR.
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Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year secession. The United States turmoil recently.. Ciudad I GROCERY.

has supported the United Nations Trujillo is the capital.tjth.
Made Known Application
Advertising ;Rates on
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: in undertaking to enforce

Entered at the, Madison Post Office as second-class matter ,June union ,of the Congo, but thereis : N J" ,

15th. 1908. under Act of March 8, 1879.DYfNERS quite a body of opinion in ;: "
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: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR. country favoring '-f I ,
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sovereignty Katanga. We
....;. AND ASSOCIATES ." not understand all the ins and ti ;

: MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 outs of this question, although : _
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 we have been of the general
., CONSOLIDATED JUNE 25 1908 CR CRLPcTee
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idea that when a representative -

r:, T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher and responsible body of

t: ; T. C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor the inhabitants of a certain 4 % : 'q '
f'' MRS. A. W. ANN, City Editor land wished to have its own b :( ig'

__ MRS. W. E.,, WILSON independence it should be .
Advertising Manager. permatted 'iL.J',' ii'
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'J' car after he had written to having to fight for it. ,'. 1.. : ,. ', '"d'I.", !
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Santa Claus that "even if you :" :out
TocKhaadorciyooei I Among, the, good wishes popping: "' .allb
have to, leave me out, Santa, N 0 t By BeingS ,.. ". over,- we. hope you'll find time- tov accept :
'. I please don't. forget my sister." Of jo* May the coming 'ours (which are very warm, very sincere) ..
., Iflsh .? ..a M :. brimming with the .
yatOranges ; Here in our county we have '4 for a New Year over ,te.i .
And'of' r months bring happioess; : i r of life! Thanks too for
had two diStressing accidents course there are many i best things your ;
of them good will and loyalty.FraleighAsWeyT.
other problems,
one
In The just before Christmas, as wellas and prosperity to alLDAYLIGHT
other losses. only ninety miles from our own & T Co. .
Quarters state. All of these, however
YOUR INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER DEALER :
I i we could settle, or at least mitigate DEPT. Madison Florida
These lines are being writtenon HU 3-2241 ,
Christmas Day, a little Start earEarnest In if we should follow' the STORE
teachings of the One whose ...
later in the day than'usually, MADISON, FLORIDAtbPPY
for while the children get u Pearly birth We have just observed; ,
Now, with Christmas but we cannot settle them by o AoJ
over
Christmas ;
on ; morning,
y j
_ the older ones, after all ,the and the days beginning to being selfish ourselves, ,and qG* ',,:.w '

pre-Christmas activity, are inclined lengthen again, we must, or suspicious, and stubborn, and :
boasting with..boasting ,
answering
to want to rest ,a little should, make plans for theN <"" ".'-

i longer than on days when they ew Year. Many business and ugliness with ugliness. 4 41:*. 4:.

must get away to work. Thewriter houses over the country have ....Jt

< has just returned, from already begun to clear out their We Live By Com t"u- 4rj' V t ;
.' his quarters where eager little held-over stock-and this would ,w
t j" black hands .quickly depleted seem to be a good idea. Manyin For us here at home, sincewe : _
live, directly or indirectly, .
the customary Christmas Day I the country will go on '
from the land, the interest in I iii'As
i sack of oranges. One Christ- I somewhat of a binge for the
1 mas a few years ago, when coming of the New Year, while the coming year's 'crops, the; Lots of luck,and
oranges were unavailable others will take the occasion seed bed ph se of one of the
we -
i had to substitute bananas and more thoughtfully and soberly. largest of which is now begin- succesS:*o"our good f Q rH

ning is, materially speaking,
The big football those "
games 'l li
apples. ,
friend* everywhere* the Old Year departs and the perkyYoung
monthor
of prime importance. A
that were not played earlier, New Year rides in to the clanging of '
will take place New Year's. Day. two ago: speakers at the bells and the blaring of horns, may we take

,Turn, Out' Volume.. For ourselves, we plan ,to work Development Bureau meetingand Groover Tractor Co a moment to wish you and yours mdst t!)It)

There was doubtless much that, day, in the 'belief that, the Rotary and Lions Club rewarding 1962 chock full of good health
MADISON, FLORIDA and happiness a truly great year all1: i
happiness here and over 'many whatever failings develop later, meetings mentioned the desirability : around! -','8 ,i
parts 'of' the world this clear, the year should at least be of having a large corn .' '; !

cold Christmas morning. ,A started off in earnest. And market here, and yet the government J. P. Johnson, Marketer ," ',. '- t
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kinder itself diluting .
and more helpful spirit generally this does not apply. was } -
prevailed in: 'many hearts, and I to everybody, but it does applyto that hope by: taking money r r. SINCLAIR REFINING CO. 'I

if we could keep this same a great many-if we should from some of its citizens in HU: 3-2277, Madison;; Fla. \

t spirit abiding through the days work more and better, we would .'order to pay other citizensnot 1 1e 1v !

F E to come, we would have a much be better off from our own to plant corn; and this in

happier world. Business in the efforts and there would not be face of the fact that $1.20 a e

t pre-Christmas days here and I so much, occasion to run to the bushel is being offered for ,', 'I

over the country generally we I government for help.Perplexing corn, and we live, among other : : B r'.f .
should think was quite good; things, by corn. .{:
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May,cfc..r. and |joy
; stymied by the CountryThe 'j '
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spell of warm to hot weather, perplexing problems ; Dominican Republic' occupies fill ih. coming y.arlot fJ ,
i. facing hefty rents and plagued will ,face the country and the I the eastern two-thirds friends and LIII, p ',: ; r

I r with all sorts of taxes, saw world, in the coming year, the 'of the island of Hispaniola in our W (' :1 1ii '3V2R1

the weather get cold and the most acute of them apparently the West Indies It has an area 1 'ttU, thin loved onasfPinetta : i ii4. -'

I people turn out in volume for being the'status of Berlin. Thatis about, a third that. of Florida 11.. '" : i i 'I {d"' !'

L their Christmas and winter a very thorny question, and a population threefifthsthat Garage 4 : '

buying. however, we believe that our of Florida. Spanish is the JACK WOODWARDPhone .:',\ "" ,' 1'I I
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.predominant HU 3-2304, :
I ., Not Happiness To large concessions if it should ; of the population u .. '" .,_ : I
be willing to recognize that lives in rural ,areas. The sugar atc d ./.r 4With., : fanfare and a flourish, 'ye-:i.x.elCQme
ft '. All there is an East Germany: industry normally supplies over .. ,' J'.*the New Year, and hope that it brings ,to ,
?' :: Christmas, of did not which there isin J you and yours a bountiful measure of air
course, fact and '
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half of the country's .
1 the best things of life: health, love, friend "
bring happiness to' all.' Despite furthermore, there will be_two export :value and, employs more ; .' c ship and happiness.PepsiCola. ,'.
: :the:efforts to spread the_ sea Germanys so long, in the 'foreseeable : than half of :the labor force. .r

.: -son's cheer universally, we:,suPPose future as the:two opposing The three chief .crops ,of the Bottling Co.
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some in need were not re- .sides_ 1-continue fairly country are sugar, coffee and ,-{ ,'h t :. PERRY, FLORIDA ,.-''-
't. !-; membered. The divided 'cityf I equal in strength. We believe cacao" ,,, and othei' important .

!':.Berlin, sitting cm a .pewder. keg, the powers oa both sMes couldasrf crops' 'include peanuts 7-, tobacco_ ,
and itself _a powder fee*.,to' the would guarantee, ,the iade- rice *ancj' bananas._ Industry Orders Now Being Taken.1
I ,'_;'. rest of the civilized' worid. ., pre peodence of 'West 'Bex'Lar although consists chiefly in the process- ..'

sented an anomaly in this time we are not so naive as ing of agricultural products --.;-< t. : FORTOBACCO

,., of,food v-yi. B roav.mont: had not !to:;'reaKze' that some time Main Industries are sir-'cane :,,': PLANTS .
.: .. A-, little New in tae future th East -
',' }come to laiwy e Gentian millingand the,making of, rum, 4. '
_.: Jersey girl, remembertoj_ : thai Sam t aaieriake I I alcohol' tobacco products' chocolate 25 cents ,discount per 1000 Plants ordered before
: the little brother who died .m to eosutt West BeeKa'aw:1s and vegetable oi1 Chief Happy New Year January 1st.

6.. _7-"October: had wanted, a; p1r \frY than:a J&iMind, miles .iwit its manufactures are textiles, To AH' ,

more than anything botuds,-:jttsta*, the India'* ,govrHB -. shoes and cement. Minerals in- ; / '# ':' -.*, .' CALL

: -> !it-..-..only' 'recently-, '$'took chide x. gold, copper iron, silver,.1 LEE.DIO- >... ,. .. dtTSERVICED-., ..-".,=,V. I 'fiij'IADELL BROTHERS
zpkae diver: str e <"' pktiiram:'petroleum, and baux : 3 .,. ..," -- "
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St John. See prehistoric monsters c
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a lost tribe in a lost world. An unusual -
science fiction adventure A L TAYLOR Madison do you

1", with thrills seldom witnessed on 'WaLa 0 read the Fisherman's Calendar?
the screen. All the suspense you -.- .

can stand in this colorful story by f IfMI1ng
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until a boy lured them into SUN MON roE WED THU FRI SAT SUNi

:. a women death trap. Cartoon. -- ." 4., 31 I 1 I 2 I 3 I )C:4 I 5 I 6 I 7 .J ..1

Sun-Mon-Tuesday, Dec 31, Jan 1, 2. 9 NO MONEY DOWN. FINANCING ADJUSTED TO ;\) !> :Ol 8:47 9:00 10:26.11:21 12:19' 1:19 2:19

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Technicolor, starring Gregory Peck .- '.' .
David Niven, Anthony Quinn, James & .. I Mocker the fish Beffw. Day for Fishing
Darren Gia Scala. A new peak in
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you will long remember for its WE WILL FURNISH BATHROOM FIXTURES M SHEETk :r

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FASCINATION staring Gary' .V V_: : > ,;- :: "a, ..,-:_...
Cooper, Audrey Hepburn. Paris was V : : Lumber Company

never lovelier love was never V l. I
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merrier, you were never
laughter and love the French tJ "-a.

lish an impossible mission. Six LfisHU3.Ob!

great .stars in the most incredible .

way. Cartoon.ThursdayFriday. j Clearance Sale 30% GARDEN CIRCLES Clearance on Ladles' Coats, Mr and Mrs Richard Brockmanhad Otis Brockman and Miss Mary Ann-

January 4, 5. Garden Circles, wiill meet: next Dresses Car Coats Men's as guests Christmas day Mr!Brockman, and also Mr Woody I
:.i THE PIT & THE PENDULUM, to 50% Off Thursday morning, Jan 4, at 10a Brockman's father and sister, Mr Cochran, all of Tallahassee.
and Boys' Car Coats and .
'.', Technicolor, starring Vincent Price m with the following hostesses: -- -- -

John Kerr Barbara Steele. One of Wayne Weger, The Azalea Circle with Mrs Jack Jackets atCHRISTMAS

Edgar Allen Poe's most famous Jeweler'HAS Wade; the Camellia Circle with

classics brought to the screen in I Mrs C S Blalock, and the Dogwood I :-

i gripping terror. What strange SURGERYJ Circle with Mrs J J Newman _

things were going on in that span- P Morrow Jr is recovering Mrs Julian DuRant, president of
ish castle? How did she die-or did satisfactorily at the local hospital the Garden Club, is announcingthat I itI7 :

of becomesa the Home Camellia Show will C, ,
she? A classic literature from surgery last Thursday. "4
be at the home of Mrs Reich-
classic of the screen. Cartoon. Kirby TEA HONORS
be announced. t
mann date to I VISITORSMr
Mrs J M Pafford and Miss Josie i1J

Smith had as guests for ChristmasMr ) and James C. Conway !
'Too Late To Mrs
_..: p. .... _, FOR GOOD USED and Mrs James Pafford'* and Classify'FOR opened the rr country home :The -I p _

.,{" ; FURNITUREand 'I i.two children of Monticello. i SALE: Good' Mxtod-burningr Pines to sixty guests at a Christ- f kV'4
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+ I I heater 1000. Call RUSSELL mas tea on Sunday afternoon from

..: ." I Rev and Mrs Roger Porter were HUGHEY, HU 3-6892. 18-lt-ch 4 to 5:30 p m, honoring theirCrristmas
visitors, Mr and Mrs Pat-
\ visitors with relatives in Winter FOR RENT: New two-bedroom I
ton, of Linden, Indiana house
; APPLIANCESVISIT; Garden and Jacksonville during the home with carport and den. Has! I
guests of Mrs Patton's mother, MrsR
holidays gas circulating heater and attic
j [ V Dial and Dr and Mrs N Jor-
-x- fan. In good location. $70 per .,
Dr and Mrs John Richardson of month. If interested, call HU 3- dan Akridge of Cocoa Beach, who
JIM'STRADE Atlanta and Clyde Wells of Tallahassee 6428. 18-tf-ch are holiday guests of Mrs J J Con-

visited their 'mother, MrsC
CENTERAT Invisible mending and reweavingon way.The V
C Wells for Christmas. home was beautifully decor- / ,
all woven fabrics. Sweaters not
ated in the Christmas decor of red.
BUS STATION. U S 90 EAST included. MRS. DURWARD SMITH white and green. A red satin
7j HU 3-6156 Box 149, Madison.
MADISON, FLA. 95 18-U-pd wreath with a cluster of gold bells

adorned the front door arrangements -
1 FRIENDLY JIM WILLIAMS, Mr and Mrs John C Mathis hadas
PROPRIETOR ct of red and white gladioli
666 guests for Christmas Mrs and red poinsettias were used at __
PHONE HU 3:2380 Mathis parents :Mr and Mrs Sam __ _
vantage points in the living room. /f ; _
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McGee of Live Oak. The tea table covered with a white .. ,.,
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Larry McWUliams left Thursdayto imported linen cloth with lace inserts M7: r!' 4'.,.4-'" .'"/.,,""_--.,>// './,,",
attend the Blue and Gray gamein __
was centered with a white __ __ .
_1 V FARM SERVICE Montgomery, Ala, enroute to star outlined with ivy and a five __ 'M.

school at Mississippi Southern College branched candelabra holding red A HAPPY MEW YEAK DIVIDEND TO OUR SAVE SI
r from a holiday visit with his
Now is the time t.o. get your Farm Tractor;and Farm parents, Mr and }.Irs.C T McWilHams. lighted tapers. Soon your mailman will help us deliver the 'f'T V
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Equipment in shape for the spring plowing .seaspn. Our Mrs R V Dial, Mrs J J Newman; good news of dividends for our savers... .?t':. "
desire to and Mrs R C' Dickinson poured generous earnings on the savings accounts MYta> and the give
mechanics have the Know-How Dr and Mrs Wilmer Coggins
work make and .I coffee. Mrs D F Burnett Jr and at our Association. You can share in future = .
the best possible service. We on any and children of Gainesville were I
Mrs T C M.c. ally were assisting 1 ,,earnings.Start the New Year right by open- .=.
model tractor or power unit, gas WG, diesel or regular guests of Mrs E M McKay duringthe V fag a savings account with .
us.
I hostesses. The hosts greeted guests
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at the door informally and receiving
't us before you! buy. Mr and :Mrs L T Henderson returned \
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Tuesday from spending the ..
I : AfASSEY FERGUSON, NEWf HpLIIAND. AND :; Christmas holidays in Jacksonville. variety of delicious refresh Jml
YOUR salad sandwiches T FEDERAL
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;".'HIGHW\.Y.. .. ;""\ \ ACCIDENTS- ..' COUNTRY :CLUB*' FESTIVITIES=If'fFfHUGHEY REUNION. : C" l "*OPEN HOUSE" ,;,: ,- :"Mrand Mrs; 'Jimmy If Hardee are
'" 1't; .. Among the Madison Country Clubfestivities Tnate
"'J. .1 I Lunches now occupying their attractive new
V Friday night Dec 22, atyten was the annual Christ- Those home .in North Madison.x .
o'clock on the Bud road eight mas tree party Friday afternoon attending the .Christmas The"Rev and Mrs Dan McCown -of- .
King '
Eve dinner at Mr and Mrs Drew 1- 75c and sSe hosts
miles west of the Cherry LakeCrossroads for' the children of members. Santa were to the Presbyterian Misses Irene and Thursa William
a 1961 Chevrolet sedan Claus arrived at 5 o'clock and dis-.Hughey's Sunday were Mr and Mrs 'I I't, .. church members Vt open house Friday -
aDd'fruits !W,H) Sowell of Valdosta, Mr and <: evening at the manse, spent Christmas in Tallahassee wi 1 '
was damaged approximately $100. tributed candies from Yellow Pine .Rest ..
Mrs The house was beautiful relatives,
RLeonaril with
I :; Walker of Alachua; .
The car, driven by Richard Allen the Club and other gifts from the .. .
and Christmas decorations Including
''''''' 18 grandchildren, 13' great- >a ..
I Myers of Lovett. belonged to Mrs tree lighted Christmas tree. On, the COUNTER TOPS .
Faith R Myers. 1949 Chevrolet! Punch and cookies, were .served. grandchild grandchildren and." one: great-great Mrs A E, Fraleigh had ,as guests mantel was an arrangement of poin- '. G-!, APPLIANCES _
,-pickup truck. : rtve by WalterWyche later in the afternoon. Mrs R V so, a family dinner on Christmas day settias, greenery and red candlesin
A bountiful dinner of baked turkey members of her .> KTRZHEN: CABINETS
Jarvis, also of Lo ett. was i Jackson and her committee were in. family including brass holders. The dining "
with ,all the 1$ Mrs A. G. Paul
i'' damaged approximately $200. The charge. i trimmings was 'Ie- Jr and Alexardec table overlaid with a lace cloth oSrergreen I
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:served. Everyone enjoyed the day. Paul of Lake City, Mr and ,
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truck was owned by D W"JaMs.I CLUB DANCE" ..... ,; Was with .8 her:
Mrs R S Williams m
and .
son candelabra
holding lighted
The Club the scene of the tapers .
was
The occupants of the cars were {Oa 1 wt fT ,
FAMILY ,DINNER Ben of Ocala, Mr and Mrs T L and van-colored Christmas'' balls. / !wa0 t0Y 0A w aM

returning from a church social, re- Christmas dance Saturday evening : ". : : -..;..... Fraleigh, Betty,- Thed Jr and John A variety of cookies cake cheese T C Gibson and Mrs 0 A Beck.
with large number of membersand :
ported Trooper Joe Peavy, when a T Ed Fraleigh,' Mr and Mrs
Ashley
dip salted nuts;; coffee and tea Assisting the hosts were their
the Myers car stopped suddenly holiday visitors in the city at- Mr and Mrs Woodson Daniel, Fraleigh and Mrs J G Ashley and were served. ,Pouring were Mrs BM daughters Misses Lynn and Marcia .

ij without signal in front of the Jarvis tending the enjoyable event. The were hosts at their home Christmas!' A E Fraleigh Jr. Bryan, Mrs T C Merchant Mrs McCown and Mrs J M DuRant.

pickup, which was followingtoo Starlighters furnished music. Various day when members of the New- --..
closely and was unable to stop committees wet in charge of Some family were entertained at I 24-HOUR
OXYGEN
and crashed into the rear ,of the the lovely affair. dinner. Among the guests were Mr EQUIPPED AMBULANCE .SERVICE

Myers car. There were no Injuries OPEN HOUSE and Mrs Steve Spooner and childrenof

and no charges The Christmas theme in jewel Warwick Ga, Mr and Mrs J R

Friday, Dec 22, at 5 p m, James tones of red gold and green formed Newsome of Pearson, Ga; Mr and CREWS-DANIELS FUNERAL HOME

Lee Peacock, white, Tallahassee, the colorful background at the Mrs Eugene Newsome and childrenof

driving a 1956 Ford sedan, and Country Club Christmas afternoonfor Hanson; Mrs Eloise French and ROBERT
J. Bob
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the house held from "
Huey L Pierce of Jacksonville, in open children of Madison and Danny

a car of undetermined make,, were 7 o'clock. A lighted Christmas Daniel of Flight School, Biloxi,

both traveling west on U S 90 tree, mantel arrangements of can- : .. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
when Peacock attempted to pass delabra and Christmas balls and Miss.RADIATORS

the Pierce vehicle and struck the wreaths on the walls were featuredin leWILLIAIS.GARAGE REPAIRED Phone Live Oak FOrest 2-3333

the decorations.The .
left rear and continued on. Peacockwas
later apprehended by Trooper refreshment table, covered

Peavy and charged with hit and with a green cloth was illuminated ;

with red candles in silver candela- .
run and drunk ,driving. There < :: : ,
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and bells' encircled with gold ,, .. ;j. ',:;. ,<' '' ,. .& e .
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road William Jack Floyd, white, of : "

Madison tion wagon driving, was a going 1960 east Nash on sta-the Members were Mrs of B the N hostess Gross chairman committee -; : <:

Burnett ,road and met Peter, Ware, and Mrs B M Bryan. Mrs A F :1.. :

colored, of Greenville, driving a Harrison, Mrs Ashley Fraleigh Mrs PREPARE NOW :
Mrs Dale Leslie .
1959 Chevrolet sedan, on a sharp Vernon Folsom .

curve. Floyd rounded the curve on and Mrs Waring Wyche Jr.

the wrong side of the road, reported A number of out-of-town visitors

Trooper Peavy, and blinded by were among the guests attendingthis -

high bushes, hit the Ware car. The lovely party. ':
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k rear end approximately $200 and FORMER; RESIDENT PASSES to start that savings atTallahassee -
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I approximately $200. No charges and Mrs Helen Ciesielski, age 70, : ;

no injuries.At passed away Sunday night in a ,
1:30 a m Christmas morningin Jacksonville Beach hospital follow- "; .:: ,01. .....; ; J .;.<"Ji

the east city limits of Lee: a ing'a brief illness. She was a longtime .M,k'

.' 1961 Ford pickup truck driven by resident of Madison County .

t.r: Levi Courson Jr white, of Will a- before moving to ,Jacksonville '

coochee, Ga headed west on U S Beach. She was born In: Poland and Federal
t 90 rounded the S curve at a high
came to the States in 1902. She i .
II I rate of speed and Courson' .was..unable -. was"'a -'member -of the Catholic ;
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off the' road i on.the,left
1 ran Stanley Pawlowicz of Jacksonville. .
times. f
side and turned over three Beach; two grandsons; one sister, '
"1 Courson was admitted to the local Mrs Clementine Ziarko of Chicago, 4 :'

hospital with back injuries and Ills; and several nieces and Your check, or money order starts your account'sen forisig :

1 lacerations about the body.. He nephews.The ,

was charged with reckless driving Rosary was recited Tuesday ::1' nature cards and information Eg'4 lt. '

reported Trooper Peavy. night in the chapel of the D J: Beggs k. on savings accounts. ._ ..
Trooper Peavy says he appreci- Funeral Home. Funeral services : ....." .
ates the cooperation of all in keep- .j :,\ : .,c..r : ,
and Mass were held Wednesday at. *

I ing on season headlights and hopes during, this; this rule holiday willcontinue Catholic 10 a m church in St with Vincent.Father de Malone Paul! >,> There's no:charge on check exchange for tr nsfer'oft ybur'sav-' '-:

to be observed during the I < ,
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t of Lake City officiating.. Organ .. '. .
New Year weekend, as 2
approaching, '
music was played., by Prof. Waller .
he thinks it Is most beneficial. -ct Ings., : ._
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DEATH OF MR BARRS in Oak !Ridge cemetery. f

Mr Eddie Barrs,-, age 80, a life- I were Serving Messrs-.._as Paul active Ragans pallbearers, Marcus ; :';i'Savings;. started by the 10th earn dividends from: 1st day of

long resident' of Day passed away Cherry, ,Joe Bochnia, John Mand- .. .. ,. ... ...1 .. ,,
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nie Barrs of Day; "
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Mrs Jewell Jouvenaz of Ocala; Mrs :' ;I' : ;. 4 \ ? ;
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and Week ending December 26th 1961 :.. -
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Broward
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Friday '''' 62 33 .00
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of Madison, and seventeen grand-
Saturday > 70 40 .02

children. Sunday '". 49 30 .00 z4 DIVIDENDS PAID
IN
1961
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; Funeral services will be held Monday 48 30 00 i .

day at 2 .p m in the Brewer Lake Tuesday 55 24 .00 : !
Baptist church in Day conductedby f

the pastor, Rev J D Young. InItennent TOTAL. .02
will be in the Day cemetery Rainfall week ending Dec 23rdat
i Gibson Tower 0.50 in, Lovett
Funeral
with T J Begga Jr
: Tower 0.60 in, Aucilla Tower 0.90
Home in charge. t I Tallahassee Federal ,
in, Sinclair Tower 020 in, 'Mill

GRADUATES TODAY Creek estry Tower headquarters 0.10 in'0.17.in",. Madison for-

Sun rises Dec 29th 7:31 am, sets 1
Danny Daniel son of Mr and 5:41 pm. -

Mrs .
day from the Air Force Flight! Moon in constellation of Virgo :
And Loan
Association
t School In Biloxi, Miss and will Dec 29th. Savings : .

arrive home for a leave before re- High tide Dec 29th at St. Marks
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porting to an A F radar station, in light 7:18 am.

Adalr. Oregon. J.r.and Mrs St. Tafefcassee Flerkla
William Smith and 44v R9ia raVHivv .
family of Perry were guests of his ;; ;' J '
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:Miss Mary Jo Gross fe home for ;' : ;
the holidays from Peabody College parents,Mr and Mrs Carlton Smith. 1 : j : : : 1 ,
Christmas
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THE SNOW WHITE LADY FAIR MACAROON
LADY FAIRTHIN'
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SEE PAT 'AfTEY FOR OK USED 't 1



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BUY VANN"' FARM pr: Ben Mercer was the guest of. Dr and Mrs John Richardson of II

S y'': relatives in Walterboro S C, for I Atlanta have been holiday guests of: I
Harland G Lambert of DeLandhas
Mrs C C
i Christmas. Wells
1, bought the 200-acre Vann farm
St f I" i in the Hamburg area. Broadus \Vi -
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loughby, local realtor,
'b ; handled the

1 i r'I I sale. f .-#.


Mr and Mrs Wray Webb spent
Christmas, day in-Tallahasse with
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family.
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Mr and Mrs Wiley Sirmon and
children were visitors in Alabama!
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May deer and joy +r} 1

The late W. H. Register; holding a pair of scales that had BEN's TELEVISION SERVICE fill lh. coming year ;$ ': May the coming N err Year be 1M lupP'
III 'I Pnone HU 3-6351 Madison 1
been used I Y'F/0.periIy.
many. years. of al May you 1ni
--- for our friends and 'b of p..nsa
Mr and Mrs Cordon Ashley and : 't and success with
FFUaOtLcallJPJOIINSON : *
i SAVE Tw children were guests of Mrs Ashley's ; .U 1! their loved ones! %i '" .
parents,, Mr and Mrs E ,S Connor ,; ," 'J

in Live Oak Christmas day.eer-, \;1 : <',Baker's ServiceStation '': 0 .. MADISON FLA:;{ .

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Phone HU 3-9312 Madison

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BACKS AND WINGS j 14 j ,. ... ,. -
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SMOKED SAUSAGE coining yearCherry's : ? '

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\ 3 Ibs WEINERS. .. $1.00 StationMADISON 66 Service. C f '" i' FOR NEW' ACCOUNTS. 'OFOR' ADtflTIO I \ : ii :1:

._ FLORIDA, : "j $25000 OR MORE TO YOUR PRESENT ACCOUNT(
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Card tof ThanksIt t-t- 1-; .
7 look forward to seeing you ": .' "-jS., -.",,." ;
would be. Impossible to thank ;t ; "'-'}' -
again soon. Good luck in the .".f' 1,; ---
each individual
for
interest
your .
shown in me during,my recent illness coming year. ;f'f1 ,!, .....
t For each kind and encouragtaC :ff tf.
:: word, lovely trays cards flow- Byron ,Beauty SalonPhone .,
crs and beautifUl ,prayers. It is 'HU 3-6200 .; : ,C O" FEE, CARAFE _

with humble gratitude I say Thank Sue Braswell Genie Wadsworth. "' k by r I INLAND QLASSl.i '. ,.
you again and again!I will return to :.. '. -
the hospital in two months for 'Operators : ;; ? \r YSti# l
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( further treatment and surgery. I MADISON. FLORIDA .', .
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Mrs R Warams! III and son 1'y "" ,, '. f. ;
Ben cf Ocala are guests this week ."" .,
1 of Mrs R S Williams Jr. Mr Williams .- t', '
t will spend the week end here FOR $10 ADDITION OR: NEW ACCOUNT 8 oz. GLASBAKE MEASURING CUP

and accompany. them home. OFFER GOOD THROUGH JAN. 10 1962
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REMODELINGMIRRORS .
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a : MARQUEES year Iii led with luck :; .

FREE. SKETCHES & A FRIENDLY PLACE TO SAVE S PER ANNUM
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: Clearance Sale 30%' ,


YEAR.END SHOE CLEARANCE to 50%. ,Off '' '!


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CASUALS Friday & Saturday V +

I FLATS WEDGES: AND STACKED Last 2 Days .'
"j. HEELS & _DRESSY W H REGISTER KILLED IN .'

in wonderful coloss PATTERNS'D,.. 29-30 TRUCK CAR COLLISION Pre Inventory Sale :


William Henry Register 87, was ;
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killed and three other persons were
SALE 5 hurt in a truck-car crash at the : :

: intersection of Homesite and OU '; '
.' Valdosta roads in the Cherry Lake .. :
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community last Thursday afternoon : i-

about 2:45 o'clock. Mr Register was

.driving the 1961 pickup truck eaSton ,

the Homesite road and Mrs La- '. ; :

Reg, to $10.95 dell Brothers was coming south on. ,, i
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,the Old Valdosta' road. -e :

California Cobblers Mr' Register's wife, Mrs Gussie .
Register '76 and their daughter, : ift'

Debs Mrs S H 'Floyd, :were, in the truck ; :

Viner with Mr Register, and all three S : _;? ti1t :

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Coach & Four were thrown out by the impact. ,
OK Mrs Register: suffered.leg, hand and I '

Heydays face cuts and was brought; to the / / b
Trotters DRESS STYLESOur local hospital for treatment Mrs sIJJn

Floyd suffered, body bruises. Mrs s "E

Brothers, who was alone in the .- : ;.. {

famous brands in fashion car, suffered leg injuries; she was : a : '- -'

>pumps! Dressy patterns High heels!' treated at the hospital i and released.Trooper ,. -:.;, ;
Medium heels!: All" colors andma--' 1eavy'and Sgt Gilbert investigated -. ?'. t t.i
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.., ..., failed to each other
t t the drivers see !
r'., ; < .t Suedes, Calf,'*Fabrics/Air' colors! : :> 'f'l
because of a blind corner, contairi-
) ..,AAA to B widths,in:sizes: to 10!! }ng. shrubs._Noy charges were, made.
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""' '' Men's Wear, Ladies Ready-to-Wear Boys' Wear, Girl's Wear '
to both vehicles estimated
...., Damage ; was -
.,; t'1':: :. .' : "at : ** '' ;, '. aLEE Infant Wear, Maternity Wear ALL, SALE PRICED-all 'sacrificed \
GROUP 1 ., ,$1200. .
>c AT COST OR BELOW to give you the greatest, bargains yet. :

: : $:; "SALE I PTA Don't you miss the wonderful values awaiting you froni:.Valdosta'si| t
i-i' 0 Ef: $9 '
:: 9 ._. Reg1. .$14.99SALE a 99 A large number of people attended i.*favorite. .' ;' for over 31 years. Use your c charge -aoe&int* at f

a Caressa ;, '... -" the PTA meeting at Lee,....Dec ::.'Schwartz's, -:your' C & S charge card. 1:, '. \\t

rw4 ,flarous r <:-c" .<, 't 14. Mrs during Cecil Kent the ,business.President presided Mrs' ,,\:',, Over 500 Ladies' It ;1

._ 11. ':-. GROUP 2 -: Bobby Williams read the minutes :;-

.:>L Dl4 1 9 Palizzio and gave a financial report.

206- N. Patterson Bare Foot Original Mr Richard Brown, Principal, DRECE ;

(Across from Courthouse) Paradise thanked all the people who had j

VALDOSTA, GA. & Tweedie Reg. $19.95 512.99 been and still were helping with I .
Q Penaljo the painting of the lunchroom walls r "

and finishing the gym floor. He reported AGOING ON SALE AT COST OR BELOW COST A FAMOUS 3 :;
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that the tile would 'be laid: NAME ON EVERY DRESS! J

HORACE STEPHENSO N'S. STORESWIDE1t CleeraBce >iOn LadiesCoats!__ during the holidays_ Mr Brown emphasized .-, "

_. -. Dresses, Car .Coats Men'sand that it was up to, the Juniors. Misses Between Sizes Extra Sizes" r" >

g Bo ys' .Car Coati and people of the community .what.Tcihd" GROUPS OF DRESS. S S.4LE' PRICED.. AT"..... .. :,'
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; introduced the Christmas Plus: We Will Allow Alterations During This Dress Sale I
3-: program for the evening. Each .

% grade participated in the program Ladies' Sweaters Ladies' Hats

Friday and SaturdaySAVE gave Children the devotional of grades.in four words and as well five ,Our: complete sweater stack DRASTICALLY SALE PRICED .' $1.99 t
cut in price to give you it
as in picture. Students' of the wonderful savings SALE PRICED $2.99
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'GRAIN MILL DISCUSSEDAT seventh, grade led, the group in singing GROUPS OF SWEATERS AT SALE PRICED ., g3.99
CLUB MEETING_ Christmas ,
some songs. The
UP TO 20% 30% 40% $2.99 3.99 4.99 5.99
50% ON first grade children entertained by 0. VALUES UP TO $795 ,"
Phillip Shaver of Gainesville 6.99 7.99 < .
WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY .. was singing "Nuttin For Christmas"and ''L I;
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guest speaker at the Lions Club Values to $14.98, .
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"All I Want for Christ,. is My _. ;
; BIG SAVINGS JN ALL DEPARTMENTS meeting Tuesday- and discussed thepossibility Two Front Teeth". A pantomimeThe :100% Ranlon,," Cardigans & Slipovers Ladies' Blouses :
of installation of /** ;
SOUTH GEORGIA'S LEADING JEWELER storage plant here. He also a showeda ,grain- 'given Night by the Before sixth Christmas grade. "Frosty," was;( Ladies' Bags* Sport and Famous Dressy. Maker'Styles! 'AU' b1: );:

.movie of such installations in the Snowman" and'Rudolph'. was 'The season's best 'styles in leathers, ALL .SALE PRICED f
other :
o G states sung by the second and third J patentssuedes-jewelled-holiday One Large Group *. ... $1.99 ;.
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Mr ,
Shaver said .
that North Florida grades. $J.98 -, $2.99 $3.99
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One Large Group !
$2.99
.has -opporlunlty4'tb feed A playlet about Christmas Carols SALE PRICED' ,- \

burgeoning South Florida and if was given, ,by boys and girls from GUARANTEED, VALUES TO $8.99 One Large Group ., $3.99 !:
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we did not do it, Georgia would. the eighth grade. Geraldine 'Almondwas .'

Half of the production of corn in the accompanist. Wanda Welch wb9 w r 4.Iii

this county stayed here last year, gave a reading, "Willie and Annie's a x Y

he reported. Prayer" which was followed by the 4i ....A,. !
Guests at the meeting- included singing of "Winter Wonderland", i'

Downtown Broad at Jackson Bob Searcy, Paul Ragans, Carl Blue Christmas", and teChristmas' : ,y Y r ;. ,
Bevis, Ferd ... .J I:
and
Naughton Jr. '
Castle Parr: Valdosta Thomasville Ga. by the ninth and tenth .
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grade students. \

GREENVILLE NEWS The meeting was adjourned in \

the lunchroom by the social committee _, I:
La Rue's After Christmas Sale Mr and Mrs L S Shackelford and serving coffee hot chocolate, .. t*; P': '( ,: r 1 I
of thpuents DRASTIC nEDUCTIONS. ON: LADIES' ROBE:?' i
daughter Sarah Helen had 'for cookies, and candies Many "
I friends visited ;the LADIES SKIRTS PEDAL PUSHERS J I'
Christmas dinner ,Mrs Mattie. Ed- and I
,4iii '#+: dins, Dorothy, Lizzie, Cal- rooms to see the 'Christmas deco "SLI1\Jl\lER" PANTS GIFT SE1S.. ;i 1,

vin and Alvin Eddins Mar- rations. -
,.,AT SCHWARTZ CHILDREN STORE t
tha '
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< and Linda Hutto, Mr
i5 '' Visiting Misses Thursa and Irene 118 NORTH ASHLEY STREET *
5 and Mrs W M Davis Mr and Mrs \; .'i.h' I
: *Week End Williams during the holidays were '
Tliis Only
Dan Royles and Gean. Rose and 1 G IRIS' COATS, GIRLS' DRESSES MATERNITY WEAR.
and
Skirts Danny Royles, all of Madison, and Mr and Mrs J T Wniiams 'J"o? >- AND GIRLS' CAR COATS
; Robes King. I
Suits ,
and Mrs Wayne
Sweaters Miriam. Mr
Mr and Mrs W R Kinard,of Quincy. and \ .i : ALL SPECIAL SALE PRICESt
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Mr and Mrs J T Williams
/ Mrs Frankie Frohock spent the
1/2 PriceOther .and David, Mrs Julius
""": holidays with her daughter and sons Joey
Newsoxne and Jimmy Ann and
family at Oak Ridge. It'
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and
Items AU Sales Final No Approvals Mrs Frank Reams spent Christmas Mary of Tallahassee'and Mr z ,

t :.. ,... -in Jacksonville with her children Mrs Colon D McMullen of Fernan- ':,',-.. f .:; .
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""" and family She was called dina Beach .g..."" .' tir "
LA : L ,
RUE'SCASTLE
't : there to see her granddaughter bad f ;.
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Mr and Mrs James Hardee -,y''r.
who in f
/. was the hospital. dinner -
Christmas: '
guest for
as
r' CASTLE PARK Mr John Shackelford spent including
members of their family ,
Christmas with his mother and aisteriat
-. ,,.u. Free Parking Valdosta.. ,. Ga .0000.TiIl.I' 6 P., M.J t .:Dawson fish. camp below- their sons Study, Cary and LarrY,
Dickinson
j' 1<1" .t' 'It Ii aad Mr" an* Mrs R C \
1iil. Perry. '. .. .r i l" and ALL 5 ALES FINAL -- USEcI: S CHARGE CARD O1
Mr Plate Lundies" An 'overheaecl'of a wood. i children;;OC ,:iTampa, Mrs Crene "'SGIIWARwS FLEXOuCREDIT PLAN BOOKS CLOSED,
heater in.the. Mvingroom of Junior Mr and Mrs 3-F Collett hkj as siudstn1. tad\ 'Mr and Mrs Charles PURCHASES *JAD>n.tfOW JNOT DUE UNTIL FEBRUARY ,
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: !j Bell's house beyond. e city limits guests for Christmas their son.,John ;" a ,
hiWren.
9&1 HeIDbre tMr itBtI1
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.at: 10:30 caused the iflsidewall to ter, Mr and Mrs Jimmy Wadsworth: : 'aA&JadeWells:: and two : '
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: Yellow Pine Rest. catch fire. The fire had been ex and three children, all of Jackson- daughters ""afent. Christmas with 'Sthwartz'

I tinguished by the time the fire Mrs Wells parents at PenneY t L:

truck arrived. vllleF.rRJELOILc- Farms. '. ;

Miss Ann Williams of Birmingham ( I -x- ,
Ala, visited Mrs S P Griffin -x-, P L Mobley. Jr is recovering ': 124-126 NORTH ASHLEY STREET
t SCHWARTZ STORE FOR CHILDREN
'- .Saturday enroute to spend the Mr and Mrs William Hunter and iPMIhON from a broken leg suffered recently .' s.
':118 ST. V .
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N. VALDOSTA
> boliday with her parents Mr and little daughter;.Lomaof Vero Beach when he RpetI'&ff a horse to GAi i
':< Mrai Uucious T v" 5" .r/ r : Mr and Mrs Berry! Rye. .. "', ? _. 'k@i il1a, a. 1 1-
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for 'December ,31, 1961I t -1-- .
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i I BEFORE the Old Year 'dies, it ''ir 4 J. &
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to look backovei it and \ : _

do some serious.thinking1JHoware4,. : '" ;:;j; ; \\I/\ IN. : : --
,we different from what ,we'wereSL
year ago? Tfiewotld' has <)
changed but have t
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*We' changed?'''We. "

fire'yearolder., ...---
l reach. one _of us. -"
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put"older"means
different '
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things at different --- '--.:.:..
stages -of life.' A '. 0 rI r !
!'child has grown C /
w. larger and stronger ;, -
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4 by growing
Dr. 'Foreman older his grand- _
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father''' has perhaps shrunken and

gown weaker by growing older. '
But the question is about our
real selves. Do our souls have to
shrink; grow sickly and feeble
with age as bodies do? The Apostle

Paul felt his age as we say;{ T: !
.. he was conscious of becoming an ;
;k -old and shaky man. But be can 4
5 ,-write of himself, "Though our outward .: i:

: nature is wasting away, our
\inner nature is being renewed 4

r every day." (II Cor. 4:16.) _i. 2 j
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How shall we measure the
growth of a soul? How can we ;
measure our true selves? A child's

progress marks on can a wall.be shown A young by pencil-man's ._',Jf1 :

progress can be seen by his pass. i ; t
!i ing examinations in more and : i: ;
more difficult subjects. But tot : :
,grow taller is not necessarily to : '
grow better; and a mind may be ii ( (
while the soul is
highly developed ,
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shrinking.Paul gives us a standard fA ft -T. :

by which we can test our::
selves-the standard of the one .
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perfect Life Jesus Christ. We are --- ,
!|to "grow up ,in every way" fcilahim. ( -- --- T. ..: <.:

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remembered that
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God Is the true and final Judge : -

'of us all. Our own opinlca ourselves .} :,; _, _. .
may 'wen be distorted by..pride. '' "'. ::; :::a :a w
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: Nevertheless ire fceed 91examine :
ourselves, and the tart .
.basic ,test and standard Is t's:1 .THE... CHURCH ,i FOR ALL ? UNDERSTANINflrTT, : I Iti

;Art we. Sro vInt,more*.vor.. _Its. *,'.. ?<... AU FOR- t .THE'CHURCHThe
tpce the Chris* whom we gr.. t
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'ildore, and,whose'name ire:bsrOne iJ \ t ".",- .'
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way to make this test is tread .c > Churcn-.the greatest factor \ .."f'. .
over the 'Gospels the, and things,pay, : .l earth for the building of character on'S uppos.e you were given keys that wpifld, unlock, ..the. mysteries: ; ",f it.:#," I "lf' .-
attention to
Jesus special'said. Do they seem, from .4. good: citizenship., It 'is a storehouse of the 'universe. With them could a I the .l'' +
spiritual values. Without a strong Church, ? ., you answer ,. .'whys' t.i;; -
time to time, more true, more .
living, are they. more attractive' ... neither democracy nor civilization can survive. plague all of us. You. .'d know what was gping, There (
foot
sound
are -
do-they reach us,-or do they reasons why :
seem, from,year to year stranger} every person should attend services regularly and. those, around you tomorrow:::next movegipnext. ; _.l;ears. i;),' 'w.; .

and stranger to ,our ears? Are .', and support the Church. They are: (1)) >
we, or are we not more sympathetic 'n For his own sake.. ((2)) For his children's Would you use them, ? ,.! : ,
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and resp Mve to the mind ti .' sake. (3) For the sake of his commumty\. ,_ j. ,' \ ,Ii ./ 'I

of is he Jesus becoming than we a kind used of to eccentric ber Or or and nation. ((4)) For the sake of the Church, .. Of course, you say! Think againvAncVpnce.you'Veyou : "ib oug Y.; ti', "'_.2; i

,":i t itself, which gads his moral and material t shake head hand the iia and .ccN "thaOk--jt.
stranger t\ your : ,
teal growth t : support Plan to go to church regularly ..fi, -._- .. say, -< '.

Some tj one may object at this ;, gad read your Bible daily.' -, yO.:,=. \" .- .--- --- _' .,. -- "":-- #...- .. ,'' : ', _,. fj, :;

I) point can I: "Isn't ever this be impossible the man ?Christ How c. 1 Book v i'";K Com. x move sense tells us- that.man._ was not meant -to---understand . ','!


'was to' this?" Two question.answers One can was be,,"put given by i t'.. : Sunday Job. .. 3 s r' s ,s 12 ./'',. :' every mystery of _life. The reasons "why" remain as they*.rH ): :!::, t.r .

Dr .E.: D. Soper years ago: "If Monday Job 42 1":1-6 "are because our Creator in His wisdom thoroughly knows jut- '--,_, ,. ;
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you're 'not aiming at perfection Tuesday Matthew 6 :ZS-3t 4 .
'i then you're aiming at ,imperfec- j Wednesday ICorinthanj I3ih J.n : how much man can both stand and understand -'r.* ...
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tion. And the other is, that in .
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all walks and activities of life. t, I ( trans : 6.14" God has .
.0'; -i. a greater gift for-you than these .
other
people do aim at more than they Matthew 5-13 <: or any keys"f -as --- -a

breeder'of may ever, horses accomplish.aims at Every)the ir' .1 Corinthblr'.1. .1,10 --' | \= ,.. "tile. Sift! of Faith.Jfou... will find. ft, by going to church regularly l. .

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hone artist triesto l" ..
perfect ; every : t. .rj.:
produce the perfect paint1 g, < : '
poem or what not; every minister ,_ ., 9 0-J 161 K usa Ms.daolw,,1>e.; jfjf:.fiJ I'
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tries for the perfect sermon: :i' l.
criminals attempt the perfect These Religious Messages Are ,
even crime. They never succeed- .y ''C'.' Being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals and
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criminals Establishments 1'
though maybe some :

do; its easier to be perfectly: ,bad.. .,- \ V"'- .... '. :. '. ;
than perfectly good! But even If .
.' they never succeed. "Not failure, ;; :
but low aim. is crime." And the c LMADISON ,
fact remains that perfection in a* ; DRUG STORE MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY

any line, is the bright background ; tJ ,:.: \ .
against which we can trace our r.' \.: MADISON, FLORIDA MADISON, FLOEJDA '
direction:up or down. ': 0) : J. 0 .

slete _.i, 'en wt' ._, : So Christ is the standard Christ .' !
,the goal, of the Christians"J1f ii' .. MADISON .. -
} Yet we ,are'troubled-bj' a dark FLORIDA iOc 1"'_ ,.. :
: .as oJ': '. "- Your. $3.75 a year, or a 0 '
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thing-dear, it lit\1\\\.:.the Chrii-i ; f t J ... $ : ,
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1 of*.Can: voWth-thltklto '. t.,. ; ": .4J. : a your clothes are not becoming you : .; they slic iU .: W
_- say, the growth of a Christian's : ,;Fraleigh-Ashley; Truck &: TractOl"C be coming to us Phone HU 3-2355 -
tnnpr,'aad'tru self is that we'have ::; [1 ,. {
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heavenly father is ready ,to,give MADISON, FLORIDA < -' t i ..;__ ;
1. the Holy Spirit to. &U who ask aim- : '"
'It In the year now dawning:we may -' 4 .. fa i
I p pray for many blessings; but what .J' d -M. '

II I are other blessings worth if we : .... ." .Yi'l1!
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PAGE TEN THE ENTEaP -RECOR1JER, MADISON FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29th, 1%>s .
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Joe Mintzer spent Christmas in Fort Riley, Kan (AHTNC-Army Youth Killed On Miss Whittle Dickinson and :Mrs Repairs on all smau ;g'd.J \
t:Philadelphia; with other members of Pvt Felton W McDaniel, 804 First Roger Asbury spent the Christmas motors. HOWERTON SUPPL'Yi

the family.. St, Madison, Florida, completed two BicycleFreddie holidays in Jacksonville with their CO, Briffgs- tratfon and McCaQoch -

f weeks of combat training at Pike Lewis James, 14, of Perry brother, Louie Dickinson, and fami Sales and Service. ,
National .
Forest in Colorado with .
was killed about 10:30: am TueSda ly. -=
Don'ti let yoUr other from Division's
1st
personnel - -
t' of last week when the bicycle on
12th Infantry Dec 9. : t, i iz which he was riding was struck by
friendly competitor. State Road 221 mile S HAPPy_ Y1U
., a car on a .j
aU the ad north of Perry. "11,
\ grab : ::
\ space Miss Janice Lamb of Jacksonvilleand Officers said that James was riding -

I in The E-R. < .j I Carroll Lamb of Tallahassee on the handlebars of the bicycle "'"- : t !I.:
spent Christmas here with their I being operated by Laranuda Rickets
parents, Mr and'Mrs Sam Lamb.I I of Lloyd_and that the bicycle,.travel-
.' south in the left turned '
.- ing lane :
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into the path of a car driven by :1
t .- P K Rowell of '!Madison. HtiS
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medical center in Gainesville. 'No
filed.SUPPER .
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S:. Florence Coody wag hostess at a i

\ ft H NEW YEAR honoring farewell Tim party Paulk Wednesday, who is evening moving -- As the whistle,blows, loud and clear, to sig :!i ij
i nalize the of the old and the I
*HERE! with his parents to Blountstown ending year
: Christmas decorations were used advent of the new, we want to be among the

WE WISH YOU A HAPPY in the livingroom and on the tables first to sound off with our warm greetings'

,b .. NEW YEAR! where a menu of spaghetti, salad; to you. ; I
and dessert was served to twelve
t, WE APPRECIATE YOUR guests. Louque Vending: Co. J

BUSINESS During the evening ,games* and Florida
t dancing were enjoyed. Contest Perry, ;

Megahee Auto winners were Joe Hembree, Sidney
f Johnson and Mae Merchant. Tim ';'
,ft' 44PY Supply Co. Inc. !was presented with an autograph :
book from the hostess In which the MADISON, FLORIDA
guests signed their names. 4.
; During the evening punch, salted (
nuts and mints were served.
Jt Mrs Albert Coody assisted her '

.;. i[ daughter in caring for her guests.Stockholders' CHE'ERI I


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: is hereby given that the in 1961. May we serve you more in 1962. ,_
'l A BIG YEAR FOR YOU! T annual stockholders' meeting of the:
Florida Bank at Madison will be BEST WISHES FROM TEXAS BOB
': held at the office of the bank on AND ALL THE GANG AT
We hope that this year will see you in pros- Thursday, January 11, 1962 at
perity, good health and happiness; and that 11:00 o'clock A. M., tor the pur- WMAF
r all your fondest dreams will become reality. i,- pose of electing a Board of Directors v--
i for the ensuing year, and for
fF '
't BILU MILTON CM the transaction of such other business ,- '
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OWNERS :' the stockholders in annual session.A. \
aWe G. HERRING, Cashier.
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: join men and women of H-D CLUB

hone _______ good will everywhere the The Barbara :Memorial H D Club (

fHU3-66/6 Madison Florida deeply meaningful prayer that met Dec, 13 in the home of Mrs '
Marvin Reeves, with ten members ;: : take-off
1 1962 the dawn of
may see a four D
t visitors, H Agent, and seven-
: just and lasting'peace throughout teen children present.
the world. To all, we wisha Mrs B M Williams, gave the devotional Ivel I-
.. from the Christmas' "-
storyin
Ncv/ Year rich in the fulfillment -
.. Luke. She gave a ,prayer and ,. -
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,.. I of this and other dearly the group sang a Christmas song.
':' cherished hopes. Business was omitted for the day.A .
: ,..: jig-saw puzzle game was
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and
iI -- 'THEENTEnPRffiERECORDER/ played enjoyed by all. The
'} 7,' gifts were exchanged,and :everyone
I IIy I. \'. enjoyed delicious ChristmaS goodies b>,
r Your Friendly'Home Paper and punch. '-
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"? Our Very Best To You l : ;
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f ...t, ,t'-:,, .'./ ?! ---'J 'perfect takeoff, \
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Our whole "family is joining together sing you, plans into orbit, l
{ you hold dear, a tune of New Year's wishes '. may 1962 ba' '! )t :! .--l: ;;: ; '. ,.,,: l
: rich with success and overflowing with everything.. .good your >s Via" and, soaring high
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very best New Year yet! > ,'g ".'-' t.l. .: : : and hand
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': Andrews Store .. _. .M' Yh .. <' Ume bring yoWl
f. Department ," -< .'. ..f'I
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We hope it will be a very happy New Year for you ...that Madison, Fla .; l
it will be a year of joyous good health for you andfor all 1 '- tJ i

those you love.

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and prosperous New 215 LB.T-8-IS YMT W.ranty
: \, joyous 1 ASPHALT SHINGLES -. -... sq. $ 5.65) I

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family of .friendly customers. : :. :;j'tta. 1344 FIELD FENCE 21.75 I

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YrY..9 ood }h+ 9 ca'ae WIRE.4XDC $ 6.35
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SHEATHING M $55.00 :
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29th. 11 .r htrU N-FLORIDA po '
-TKELENTERERISE RECORDER, MADISO_ PAGE ELEVEN\

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0 1 '-Rjsf and Risen-! NEW YEAR ,

Hh.U 'h'udiU&hujU...

Modern-day fire insurance owes its
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\ }J 2, in 1666. This four-day disas :+ ra
: I I'!) J'IlJ1. ter destroyed 13,200 ,houses,' 81 a

I Pf churches and left only g 1/5. of the ...
( ( (f. t :l.h\ walled city standing..and led to ,;
t" the opening of an ,office "at the,
back of the Royal Exchange to insure
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For modern fire insurance protection As '

-=- today the person to see IS VVE welcome this opportunity Another'year passes by. we wish you _..... '

Morrow Insurance Agency to wish our friends and patrons a* a'h-a"your' families. an. 'abundance of. joy. -

successful' .New* 'j health and happiness with our: ',
208 West Pinckey St. Madison Fla.Reptesentin very happy and { j \ncert.,'

__ the Hartford Fire lifcUfftftCe Coetptey i Year! And thanks for .Y our.. past appreciation for your past kindnesses.IRENE'S ..- 1 \" .,

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JOINS CHURCH Central patronage. -:-.-. \ :
heating air con- c fI' :. ,. J4> '....( .
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Mary Lu Parrish was received ditioning, Natural or LP gas. MADISON CLEANERS DRESS SHOP IN MADiSON' '. -J-.J '"

Into membership at the Presbyterian W. C. COPELAND
church Sunday on professionof JR. EMMA AND LARRY PINSON i "" -
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faith and baptism. Pyrofax Phone HU 3-6424, Madison '1 ,.

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ANNIVERSARY
COUNTY COURT Mr and Mrs Albert McLeod and q'i Th 1 NEHI BOTTLING CO.
Mrs T J Gibson had as guests for

Donald Lee Anderson, improper Christmas ,Miss Sandra McLeod Hall --

tag. sentence withheld and -bond and Mr and Mrs W A Breidenbachand Mr and-Mrs ,A P Hw !:cld. of .Cra pO .
ordered refunded to defendant. sons of Miami Mr. and 1962 :: i' oran;.
; Mrs D ,' ,,. Route Monticello} were 'honored 6 Upper 10 .
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C McLeod of Ft Meade; Mr and : on their 65th Wedding i Anniversary I, 0 rawbenyG

CIRCUIT COURT Mrs Mitch Ray of Bowling Green ,' i Sunday afterPoOn, December 10th 'Root Beer
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Lillie i;#:" ; ; .
and Mrs ,Taylor of LaPorte, with a reception held in their. j
Herman R Foster, plaintiff vs Ind. f home. Hosts for the occasion were PHi: E FO 1-2775 LIVE OAK
Mary Coody Foster defendant '_x_ '-'.aa. tr.: ;4 T tt.-bgstat3 their children Charles HartsfieU' 7I
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final decree amended, upon agree- ,t i .". i I II
ment by both plaintiff and defendant Howard Tate of Clermont and '0 -N ,'' I4*.. and Mrs T H Greene, Madison jtraj I Mr and Mrs Teford Raines and

so that plaintiff pay only $15 Arnie Tate of West Palm Beach : Emily Lewis, Tallahassee and Norman farally: of Gainesville were guests of

I per week for support of minor chil- ;are spending the holidays with Mr ,> H Hartsfield Mrs Allen Light-. Mr R inC$' parents, Mr and Mrs

dren. and Mrs George Hendry. Arnie who -'l-' 1./)1'' ." i ''sey and Mrs Ethel Lewis all of Bill flames, during Christmas
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has been with Pratt-Whitney. is "" '" Monticello. -x-

HAS SURGERY being transferred to the' NorthernCo -' -..".." < Guests were greeted at the, door Mr and Mrs A H Armstrong were ;

in San Francisco and reports and presented'to Mr and Mrs Harts- guests duringChristmas. of their
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Mike underwent appendectomy there early in January.x .y were liviing son in law and daughter Mr and -
_. blast out best wishes to all of our .
to :
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at the local hospital Satur- -x- .- room, by Mrs Norman Hartsfieldand Mrs Richard Cunningham and children
day night,. from which he is recovering good friends. May the sounds of happinessfill Mrs Charles Hartsfield. Several in Gainesville. ,
satisfactorily. and Mrs Ralph Reddick and your home all through the coming' year arrangements of apricot gladioli and

children of Newnan Ga are holi- Of and fill your heart with, peace, love, con-:;'- white mums were used throughoutthe -

day guests of Mrs Reddick's parents tentment. :, "'!ifi'rst ;-; living room." The mantel arrangement Mr and, Mrs Fred Hutchinson of

Mr and Mrs Richard Sowell 'of Mr and Mrs T J Beggs Jr '': ..; in front of a large mirror Jacksonville spent Christmas with
Plant City were Christmas guestsof here and of Mr Reddick's parentsin his mother here.
was in a brass container with
Mrs Sowell's mother, Mrs Ema- in' Jackson- ,. .
relatives
Perry andr brass candelabras on both ends ', I" : :.,J
line Carpenter: ville.. Don't let your friendly com
.- fEDERAL holding burning white tapers.
-x- > The buffet in the dining room petitor grab all the ad space
For Fuel Oil Mr and Mrs Roy Wainwrightand : SAVINGS
held an arrangement of white' and in- The E-R. :
Mr and Mrs Albert Williams qncl90ft_Associa! on'
pink gladioli and white mums. The
CaB HU 366O1J.B.DAYISINC had 'as guests' during the Christmas serving table' was overlaid with a Mr: and" %Mrs \ .y Withers of
holidays Mr and :Mrs Harold Clark Jacksonville
are spending the holidays
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linen cutwork cloth over pink. On
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'' one end of the table 'was placed! -
VALDOSTA
Davis. :'McGriff and two ,children of GA. other-relatives. ..,
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the three tiered white anniversarycake ._ -
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TO EVERYONE with the inscription "65th"in -x-
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NEW YEARGREETINGS green on a mound centered on Miss Ann Folsom of Ft Walton

S the top. White and pink perfection 'Beach is spending the holidays with

; ANTIFREEZEGUARANTEE: : camellias with fern were placed her parents,' Mr and Mrs V M Folsom ,

; ., around the base of the cake. :A "
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crystal candelabra holding burning

white tapers and pink per- Mr and Mrs, Alfred Patten leave

fection camellias was used as the today for **their home in Linden,

.1 fjdOIO uti centerpiece for the table and a Ind., from a holiday\ visit with Mrs '
cut glass punch bowl encircled with R V Dial. .
white and pink camellias was
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placed on the other end of the Mr and. Mrs A A Trulove had as

table. Pink and white mints were holiday guests Mr and Mrs Robert
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V* served from ,two cut glass goblets Grace and John Gardner of Jacksonville -

f which were wedding presents. Also i ...101,. ,
.JJ.- used was a cut glass pitcher, '

which was a wedding present and For Fuel OilCaIIHU36601
has been in constant for sixty-
t TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND use
five years.
!! CUSTOMERS EVERYWHEREVan Miss Mary Ethel Lewis and :Miss

I ,. ..- La-Juan ;Knig'(L, great granddaugh
i H. Priest Co. J. B DAVIS INC
I "sign in" with our warmest tern kept the guest book con.he 1 .
AND PERSONNEL front porch. The table was overlaid
wishes for all of you: "May with a lace cloth and held an arrangement Mr and Mrs Robert Barrs and

-t.ot Madison, Fla. the ,New.Year. hold more happi- of white mums in a Mr and Mrs W B Selph of Cherry

pit ness than you can -imagine, and I crystal and silver container. Lake had as guests for ChristmasMr
I and Mrs R F Gerald of Birmingham
more joy. You, each of you, by Pouring punch were Miss Mary Ala.
Elizabeth Brown Taliahasso?,
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apj. I granddaughter, andtrs James Mr and Mrs Clayte Dickinson Jr
have made
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Lewis Perry. Assisting in serving
: and children ,of Tampa were guests
happy so again many cakes
punch and individual party during Christmas of Mrs Corene
>rPERMANENT 0v thanks." were lrsV T Lewis, Monticello Studstill and Mr and Mrs R C Dick-
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TYPE ve and great-granddaughters. Miss inson.
,t p A CARMICHAEL'S Carolyn Lewis, Miss Cherry Harts- -x-
field andMiss' Tonye Knight. Mrs Mr and Mrs Willijam Stiefel and
QUITMAN. GA. baby of Atlanta are;'holiday( guestsof
Robert Tuttle, Live Oak' granddaughter -
1 Madison Shell dealer ,backs Shellzone antifreeze o MAKE NOTICE APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOR TO cut the anniversary cake. Mr and Mrs-'M. Wm. B Clark.

FINAL DISCHARGE Floor hostesses were the four .' .

I with this ironclad guarantee Florida Statutes field.daughters' of Mr and Mrs Harts- H1TCH000KREFRIGERATION SERVICE

JN COURT OF THIS:; COUNTY Around 150 called during the

1. All-winter protection to any temperature you specify JUDGE. MADISOK COUNTY hours of 3 to 4:30, o'clock.Don't Madison. Florida
TO EVERYONE. WE APPRECIATE STATE OF FLORIDA.In .
--down to 62 degrees below zero. v' PHONE HU 3-6339
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2. Free refills, if needed any time this winter, at any Shell Conway. Deceased In ProbateTO let your v if,no. answer Call
ALLWHOM IT MAY CON- all the ad f
i station in the U S and Canada. Live Oak Gas Co. CERN' in The grab E-R. space 1 "HU 3-2560

MADISON 'FLORIDA Notice, is,, hereby given that I
Here's Why we can offer you this Ironclad Shellzone guarantee: Winnie A CoDas Executrix, hare

I We give you an 11-point cooling system check at no extra cost to Dr and Mrs A P Eagerly were filed my final report as Executrixof
track down potential leaks. the estate of Joseph Jessie COnway -
guests of 'relatives' In Albany, Ga ,.. deceased; that I filed my JUST RECEIVED

We put in the right amount of Shellzone._ Our ,calculations even during the Christmas holidays. petition for final discharge and thatI
will apply to the Honorable .
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include the water capacity of ,your heater. : Carload d
v .. 'v Curtis D. Earp, County Judgeof
,Mr and Mrs Lanai' Ttilten. of Madison County, Florida, on the
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See us now
Perry were guests for Christmas of 15th day -of January. 1962, Jor approval USED PLUMBING

J Mr and Mrs_ Henry Ragans. Mrs of same and for final discharge > ;
,as Executrix,of the estate of
th Tubs Commodes Wash
Basins
and
I Ii Tuten was soloist at the: Presbyterian ,
f Joseph Jessie' Conway, deceased, on
church service' Sunday this' 20th day'of December, 1961. Kitchen Sinks

f morning. Winnie A Conway. Executrix of '
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i ,_ the estate of Joseph Jessie Conway Southern Salvage Go. '
deceased., 0 a7-4t-pd
Francis Williams, Gene McClarnma. .
WHOLESALE. & RETAIL MEATS "ARMY NAVY SURPLUS" '
i SERVICE STATION Shot Walker and Jay Watson I

arrived home Thursday from Ft (Him AN ABATTOIRCOWS 111 South Ashley Street, Valdosta, Ga. -..-
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7IImI Knox Ky, their 'having.com-
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.. STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA ,
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to special traffic regulations and in each case made a review of the traffic investigation report, along,. ,

CIIEERIIYe3t' .1, with the recommendations. of the engineer at the location or locations described below: ......_ :_:!

COUNTY;, L. ROAD LOCATION RECOMMENDED REGULATION 1
BARRETT STUDIO '. Madison: >> 53 Section 35040 Graduated speed : ),
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221AVest Howard Street !!" zone in Madison and vicinity as fol- _' e
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Commercial and Personalized ,.[ From SLD MP 0.000 to SLD MP : i
.. ,. Photography of all kinds-Out< of ._ -t: l .._ :. >> / Yw 0.290, distance 0.290 mi 30 MPH Speed Zone '
,cfeaoce'to start,out f A Town work by appointment .' '" $. 7 >> From SLD MP 0290 to SLD MP ,.
Film' J3evelopingr ..g .,-; :.: <.'' ems ":SY:.' 0.795 distance 0. 05 mi. 45 MPH Speed Zone
aa'do tJae"" # Studio ,Phone FO 21940Residehce Madison, .: aA%53'and;; '145531and Section 35060 In, Madison from _- >. ,.
: Phone' TO 2-2998 uw' SLD MP 16.221 to SLD MP 17.663. .. .." Eliminate Existing
w'' tt&doe; >EeYar I distance 1.442 ML .:1 : 25 MPH Speed Zone '
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,. .1d. Madison l45Madison' .../ ,; '
Ua, Section 35060 Graduated. speed ..
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,be. -" VS : ;' From SLD MP 16.17S'to SLD MP, : ,
.- Nor. .. ,ll-A .r._ :-t: r :' ".} ;;.- 16.375, distance 0.197 mL,. > -A ,, ; 9':' .lit .4O MPH_Speed Zone '
b io.f. From SLDtMP 16,375 to SLD. MPG=. : i.u.t1.i -- 'L-.;
i.r i {, tw tldi..b -. .... !. d 17,210. distance! 0.835 mi. 30 MPH Speed Zone
a:: J't', : .{-.;, .' From SLD HOF* 17.210 to SLD MP .? +." > '
': ,,'): W.6"W {1 .- = 17500 *& .1:0.290: ink ., ,4 ,40 MPH; Speed,Zone
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S-360 Section 35540 Graduated Speeds _
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{ :I'; N;; 19.505, distance 0.406 mi. Speed
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Vickers Implement ,' : L ; ; ,: 19568, distance 0.063 mi. -r 30 MPH Speed Zone
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Madison : :$ S360AMadison Section 35560 Graduated Speed
",," v. }_ .,.,., .;:-,.. < Zone in Madison and vicinity as
: The May Shop : >"'..;. c _.: } follows: "
', '_. From SLD MP 2.354 to SLD MP '
MADISON FLORIDA tA/:1': : 2.900, distance 0.546 mi. 40 :MPH Speed Zone
: Qt'" From SLD MP 200 to SLD MP .
", r'.u, H V 3.572, distance 0.672 mi. '.- -' 4. 30 MPH Speed Zone
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'. :- :.;:'.ri SLD MP 19,292 to SID MP 20.797, Eliminate Existing

', .. .', : ,:..!.:..i-- distance 1.505 mi. ". 25 MPH Speed Zone
happfntss bo increased Madison<< .?:: 4r:! L ) r 10 Section 35010 Graduated speed <
;-. *' ':" .<:%&::', ...l zone in Madison and vicinity as
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during! the coming --, ;',*.( .,h; sgZ3-"I follows
year V ;V From SLD MP 19.485 to SLD MP k
i 19.670, distance 0.185 mi. 45 MPH Speed Zone
r a"d futur years I From SLD MP 19.670 to SLD MP
20.535, distance 0.865 mL. 30 MPH Speed Zone
'. From SLD. MP 20.535, to ,SIJ5 MP
Bryan Electric Co. 21,328. distance 0.793 mi. 45 MPH Speed Zone 1 I
On ;Motion duly made and seconded, the above traffic and speed regulations were determined to be rea- .
MADISON, FLA. sonable and necessary upon the basis of the engineering and traffic investigations, and authority was there- ,
fore given for establishment of same and the placing of the proper marking and signs ,as indicated; also, for
the elimination of existing controls where this is indicated.
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the months past and pledge anew to serve t. V >? -'ijippV a V .

you faithfully in the future. May your e :

New Year bring joy and contentment. ., '" V
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J. SALE,. JR., Ownwer, Madison, Fla.. I bells :
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o'j ... C. W. HIERS AND FAMILY I

NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY .f., I.f
Lei's turn a new leaf and star j "

.... 't'.:., "-' "', .. ... ..V: V T. C. COOK, Manager -r.. 'F .._. .. ''I lIf

a new year. Let's look forward LIVE OAK, FLORIDA- ir- i 1 F

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: to 365 days filled with new hope I

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you for all )'our favors and palrpnagc;

f.: : 1'tt' u t memories...wOftd. u frieadsJ.pa: ... prom. ..+g f alum ...J -V ;
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..- ::- 't- ;'"ti.'Ii}... Bank at Ma di. :, ; ... .. ."." Dwoskin
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And Florida National Group of Banks -- .. ti ELECTRIC GlASS BOTTOM

: exvtciat'ionsl: : IOATS.
U .' JflIVf 'EAT BOTT P A1iIP,11'v
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Gas raBges, water heaters, >.- ..#. .'". ... -' '21!.>''i .f s + ALLP A1'ER.P" : .
Natal LP WELLS, Up to 4-inf at < .. !' SPECIAL DISCOUNTS py .cin several Ca'tieJ Park j
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BULL ING s Ei: ; < 1 jr ,ldyerti ,'L: t ""
TPETO BOLAND BODX SHOP 0'J
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Qug&Sf Painting, ilELTON'S AUTirGLASS
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,> gilt U' : ** *,lJoay aniFender Repairs : i TRW -SHOP s

it .r. jit 1 asaji. : ... .. ..1 -' ... .. Compact&Foiei& Cars A Specialty,. Auto, 'Truck '. Glass,. 'All Makes

4 INt..ESUPPliEf-cO. : 7.; a"-/; Frie.Estimates, : Custom made',Seat '-Covers,, Tops, 1
i & ,. -.. ,. 'FIxTUfBs: 1903 S. Monroe'::5t. Phi 224-6445 ;Interiors .. .
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0 i .l.lIMilritt = J.l i > : TTlMG'" .' ""' ;, .: .: tiJr 'T, Fla.--r-:;; Rubber and .Carpet Tailored Floor
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MATERIAL Wsrw6.rw6. ilcd 361 SUPPIJES, 'Ead gett8 Bartey-Davidson .Mats' i .
\ -t ,. + VALDOSTA i 'TERS' j,; 420 N. Dural 222-5505 tT
._ GAS' 'O.1U"HEATERS; MiY9KCYCLES .)
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a m- Asphalt Shingles ...........$ 5.95 Tallahassee Fla.
15 Tear TILE BOARD ,Sales ._Service Accessories : *
Warranty Per1 Sq: ; *
WMAF SCHEDULEWEEK 23 years Serving The Area Used Bikes from $15Q.OO up\: ) a -, '..... ,
AD Plywood ._... sheet $ 2.45 '. a-. ss ''
: 1610. S.,. Monroe :St. Ph., 2228537PalmerHarrell GMAC no down payment if qualify '

4x8x% AD Plywood ... sheet $ 6.154x8x14 6:00 SIGN DAYS ON .-s-. "s s'' '...?. 411 W. Gaias St. Ph. 222-0130, '-I CAMELLIA BAKERY f
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Disappearing Attic Stairway ......... $14.95 Buick Co. .
6:10 WORLD & STATE NEWS SPECIAL, END OF-SEASON Cakes for .all occasions ,

Outside White Paint ...gal. $3.35 6:15 FLORIDA FARM HOUR' ,. Buick; and Opel MERCHANDISE, IN SUPER 10 &. made to order -

High Quality Mildew and Fume Resistant 6:40 RUDY HAMRICK, COUNTY Sales and Service TOPPERS SCOOTERS .:' Danish Pastries Baked Bread Pies,''''': _

Vz in. Celotex Sheathing ..per M $5,r.00 DAY AGENT) (MON.. WED. FRI- Extra G. M. A.Clean C. Financing Used Cars THE CARPET SHOP 617 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-4560

Waterproof 6:53 WORLD NEWS 1930 Thomasville Rd.' Ph. 224-2191 Your MOHAWK Dealer Tallahassee, Fla.

Celotex Ceiling Tile -- ---------per M $1 01.50 '6:55 STATE NEWS Tallahassee, Fla. Our business is exclusively * *

12x12 or 12x24-Diamond White :00 COFFEE TIME CARPETING . s
7:25 :MORNING SPORTS SHOW TALLAHASSEE ROOFING &
PAY CASH AND SAVE CALL CH 2-3760 7:32 COFFEE TIME HEATING COMPANY Sales, Installations Cleaning CAPITAL PEST CONTROL...

7:40 REPORT FROM TALLAHASSEE We Do Rug Cleaning Pest Control Termite Proofing
NELIO CHEMICALS Barrett, Rubberoid
Inc. Roofing
I Free home call 'collect
(TUES. THROUGHSAT. Appt. RATS, Roaches. FumigationFor
Nu-Vent Awnings, Carports, Patios
224-7242 217 :R 3rd. Ave.
CYPRESS ST. VALDOSTA GA. ) estimate call collect 223-3793 t. t
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Coleman Installations
7:45 WORLD NEWS Heating
VV Tallahassee, Fla.
-Nights, holidays 385-3433
7-.50 STATE NEWS Home remodeling, repairs-36 mos. 1
.r 7:55 WEATHER NEWS to pay. For estimate call 223-0268 JONES AUTO ELECTRIC .' 1313 "S. Monroe St.

BAPTIST CHOIRS PRESENT 8:00 COFFEE TIME 510 All Saints St P O Box 2624 pps Specialists on Generators, Starters Tallahassee, Fla. ,
1 MUSIC OF CHRISTMASThe Earn a Big 4%. 9:00 MORNING DEVOTIONS Tallahassee, Fla. Brakes Relined $10.: 5 S i :
9:15 SWEET MUSIC TIME
Fords, Chevs to 1958-Others $14.95 a a .
9:30 MARY BLAINE TIME: Your TOY HOBBY
On Your Savings At ,
2224 S. :Monroe St. Ph. 222-3252 "
9:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE THE FRONTIER SHOP
FURNITURE
CHILDREN'S
First Baptist church choirs 10:00 MUSIC UNLIMITED Tallahassee, Fla., .

presented a beauuiul tcuiiata, Tne First FederalSAVINGS 11:15 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- Needs Are Our Specialty MILHOUS STUDIOS -- Complete for Men line, Women WESTERN Children WEAR
cnisunas, at the
music ot Sunday GRAM We Invite'you to start your
evening service, directed by Mr Alva & LOANASSOCIATION 11:30 RECORD SESSION Christmas Lay-Away Now Tallahassee's Saddlery ,Horse Trailers ;1
Wiliaxord directors 1927 Thomasville Rd. Ph. 224-6311
Ua junior cnoir 11; (SOCIAL SECURITY PRO- LITTLE FOLKS STORE, Inc. Newest BALDWIN Dealer
Mrs T M Raines and Mrs Gene Tallahassee, Fla.
Browning.The In Dixie-Taylor Hotel Bldg. GRAM TUESDAY) 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 PIANOS a s .=alt,'
11:50
STORK CLUB (MONDAY
cnurch choir sang several PERRY FLA. Tallahassee, Fla. ORGANS
numuers, including 0 Come All *e ONLY) *
t- 11:55 YOUR FLORIDA: GARDEN PIANOSSTEINWAY
Faithtul as the carol choir entered ART SUPPLIES
the church for the processional, and MEN'S BROTHERHOODThe 12:00 WORLD NEWS SOHMER-KIMBALL 1840,Monroe: .,. PICTURE FRAMING
the combined churcr & carol choirs Presbyterian men's brother- 12:15 NOONTIME NOTES HOME and CHURCH ORGANS Ph. 385-2828 '

gave selections.Soloists hood held ladies night at their meet- 12:30 TALK OF THE. TOWN WURLTTZER PIANOS and ORGANS Tallahassee, Fla. WALLPAPER ii..j{

and numbers they sang ing Tuesday night in Fellowship 12:40 FARM NEWS ZABENKO PIANO HOUSEDial CASSON'S, LTD. ;';
were Mr Clinton iams, The Shep- Halk 12:45 STATE NEWS HOME OF THE 1326 S. Adams St. Ph. 222-9669 .
herd's Vision; Mrs Vernon Ragans, Rev Dan :McCown and T C Merchant 12:50 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- 222-5028 Tallahassee, Fla. BEST IMPORTS Tallahassee Fla. : t

Jesus Name Wondrous Love; Miss Jr were hosts at this meeting. GRAM a s RENAULT SAAB a .
Emily Burnett, 0 Holy Night; Miss Thirty-five members and their wives 12:55 WEATHER NEWS ALL BMC CARS'
attended. The buffet table SUBER & JOHNSON CO. I
Joan Holmes, He Shall Feed His was 1:00 HILLBILLY HIT PARADE Good Trades-Bank Financing
Flock Mrs 0 covered with a green cloth centered S a .
; E M Page. Let Us (FROM THE PASTOR'S Farm AUTO IMPORTS
with a gold Christmas tree ancon
Turn To Bethlehem, Mr Claymore the tables Christmas greens and STUDY: WEDNESDAY) EquipmentIndustrial U S 90 West-Phone 223-3506 United Rent-AIls
Schnitker, In Our Hearts; Mr Car-
2:00 GOSPEL TIME
roll Lamb, The Magi La, Verne_ balls were used. Tallahassee, Fla.
; Mr Nick Dean was in charge of the 2:30 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- : The Nation's Neighbor
Ragans, Carol For The Christ Child.: candlelighting GRAM Equipment JOHN DRNRa WE RENT MOST EVERYTHING .r
Rev W T Ligon read The Scriptureand program. Sales-Services
Party Banquet Supplies, Hospital
2:45 MUSICAL ,
INTERLUDE
offered rayer 826 W. Gaines Ph. 222-5960 GLASS GLASS beds Wheel chairs tools
-' iJsEp WASHERSGOOD 3:00 AFTERNOON MELODIES I Power ,
Gifts wrapped in white :
were Tallahassee, 'Fla.MASSAG. Plate Glass Furniture Tops Lawn and Garden eqpt. Floor
PRO-
3:40 PUBLIC SERVICE
brought tp the service" 'and 'tweie'enough

tafill... .eleven large boxes: .,.; ELECTtpN"Ybu GRAM ..........,_,,,.. '_, ._, ., ._....--...,-- .. ..., ....' Mirrors Window Glass Auto Sanders, Polishers
: < "' "" glass installed while U wait Store
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for then \ + tllPJ 4:00 RECORD REQUEST
.: att ti; tfJ -, .: :it ;'l''.} ",u-1..f. "" ...d. Fronts Enclosures Tallahassee, Fla.
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5:45 SPORTS: HIGHLIGHTS '
.: -, WHIDDON GLASS CO. .
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555 REPORT FROM TALLA- neou.-4 -
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HASSEE MONDAY: :si enee i 1617 S. Monroe Ph. 222-5781: .
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r. will get my THROUGH FRIDAY) z ,:W: .., "lI j j Tallahassee, Fla. BUSH CONSTRUCTION< &
II 6:00 WORLD NEWS
I .'Iqdy iuildif\S.. J a s '"
6:15 TWIMGHT :TUNES I ;' ROOFING CO. -j .
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FIVE MINUTE NEWSCAST BEFORE -
Additions J
l service I THE HOUR; NEWS ; .t V rso QYbtPiG'HEAtfi eot" IfNf/ ; CAMELLIAS AZALEAS Aluminum & Asbestos- Painting SidingAll

ami(J best HEADLINES Sc WEATHER ON STUOIO } Fruit Live Christmas and Palm Trees Trees Type Repairs t
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HALF BOUR.SUNDAY .' 1 :'IS04( Mo-nro- estimate call collect
Vavailable w ; CAPITAL NURSERIES For free .
SCHEDULE, .. _, .; < "XDGohass4s :" ls" ;
224-7103
l- ;- Phone Day
when __ 4 3248 N. :Monroe St.
you 7:29 SIGN ON : 1<"""- -<.tlU4.:797a. : .,-. '
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7:30: TRAVELING STARS
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i } drive into Arnie 7:55 8:00 GOSPEL NEWS HYMN TIME

f xt "': 8:30 SHOWERS OF BLESSING PROGRAM

'.fa d !,Fl. Medders. American 8:45 8:50 STATE WORLD NEWS AND WEATHER**-. The Presbyteriarf church. Meld its

.,t NEWS Christmas party Wednesday eveningin

: k .J:1 Service Station in 8:55: MORNING SPORTS SHOW .Fellowship Hall, when gifts for

,. :. Co 9:00 JIMMY STROUD the needy were placed around a Madison Gas Co. Madison Gas Co.

x 9:15 MORMON CHOIR lighted Christmas tree.
th? 1 Madison." :ARNIE 9:30 LIGHT & LIFE HOUR Rev Dan McCown told a story of ;a_.

R 10:00 NEWS how the evergreen tree came to be .

0:05 SONGS OF FAITH selected as the Christmas tree anda e : ;

q .a 10:32 MEDITATION' FOR SUNDAY film strip, The Little Pine Tree, '
CUSt
0:47 was narrated by Freddy Hughes. i
PRELUDE TO WORSHIP .
CO
Popular Christmas and ctS .
11:00 songs t
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12:00 WORLD NEWS sung. 'f =

12:15 NOONTIME NOTES first three grades sang away In A >8 .,i 30 GALLON KEE .
12:30 GOSPEL CONCERT HALL Manger and tre 4, 5 and 6 grades '

12:55 NEWS sang a special number.. :.tl .' ; Gas Water Heater e: ..

1:00 PROTESTANT HOUR Mr Charles Knox read from the Ctf '

I JR F S,. 1:30 HOUR OF DECISION Scripture of the birth of Christ. E o. Glass Lined, 10-yr Warrantyf 2s, .
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'1 2M4L} ?:05 THE SUNDAY DRIVER ,
5:10 EVENTIDE > A prayer of thanksgiving was : ;" ..' '
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made by Mr McCown and Happy $54.9 5 ,- r.,- .
t wa'd' 5:29 SIGN OFF _. .
To waJ ?. ;
Birthday Jesus \sung. -

OH MYACHING A beautiful birthday cake topped ':.., <: : ;;.=-' ;

with candles was served with punch. "

1 BACK HARDWICK
Mr and Mrs N C Rushing and
Now You eaa ret the fast relief yor Gas
$149.50
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a need from nagging backmebe. headachy son Carl. are spending several c:3 Range 7
and muscular aebea and puna that often da"S'with home folks in Miami.
cause rectlen night and miserable tired- ,
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.with two
installed
oat feeHnrm. When these discomfort -x- Completely :
can: oa with orer-exertion or streM and en 100-lb)( gas cylinders Cl) .
1 J.fri'W C Copeland and Mrs ,
atrainyou want relief want H fart o:
ARNIE MEDDERS Another Irritation dutarbancv following may wzoa be r,mild' food bladder and W C Copeland Sr ,of Madison and $19.99 down, $7.05 mo. '=

dnnk often fedinr.Doas's BetU&sr. up a restless! .uncomfortable Mrs W C Copeland m of Talla- = ;

PQ1 work fast in S separate hassee were among the guests at- '
wars: i.by speedy l>ain-relieviB action
to ease torntent of nagging backache tending the tea Mrs farris Bryant & Madison Gas-Co. ,CO
headaches, mvseolar aches and pains.
1 :. by>> soothlnr effect OA bladder tmtatton. gave at the Mansion in Tallahasseethe : ftS t"S:
S. by mild dtoretu HU 3-2226 Madison, Fla.
action
tending
American Service StationMADISON to increase output of the IS milae ofkidney past week. ::11: o-
tubes. R. H. --Bob" Dye Charles. Wells
Enjoy a cood nl.-bts sleep and the Complete MACHINE SHOP
same happy relief minions have for over Mrs Agnes H Young Eugene-"Pat" BuieMadison
M years. New large slat saves money. SERVICE for BriggsStrattonand
FLORIDA Get 0004 Pills today t

..'. .. DOAN'S McCullough engines, at MADISON GAS CO. Gas Co.

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""uniting Men t.In ,A; ,Split-Up '_ ,II ,J.4."IREESTAMP$ ';? PRICES : .: r -. kIL\It\
:World is.the, subject. of. the talk to AT'YOIli .' You Cut. t1.
be given at 3:00 p m in the auditorium WITH THIS COUfON j
of the Tayldr:"'Co Dty' High ut NEAREST .WINN-DIXIE STORE:. .CAPERSALL I '_t '

School, Perry Florida by Mr D J Void After_ Umlt On Coupon To Adult.With ..............!I..._.....
Thomas, District Supervisor of Je- A Dec. 30 A$5.00 or more food...Order. : ::STOUS'YnIJ.H, ,. "' '
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hovah's Witnesses on Sunday De- oD 0- : CLOSED. .. "
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cember 31, 1961. saws ,Monday, Jetiu .i
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From Madison, there will be a .. a 1 r..............+..r..\.It.....
507 S. RANGE ST. .
group of delegates traveling to '! :
Perry for the purpose of attendingthis :- .;.' ; 1. : "11'ft IfC

lecture. This discourse .will ) Grade "A'' ,Dr. & Dr. Quick FrozenSwift's .'. d; s F S. ,
culminate a three day instruction OD SO
session of the 1,000 witnesses that Butterball or W-D Broad Breasted. '
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are expected to assemble. OLD FASHIONED Tongue In/ Teeth Out

Hogs Butchered. C m II ll) TURKEYS Hog Jowls LB, 19'1


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Cows Butchered X & OVER 3 3 dl B LBS. 3 9 Dixie Darling Extra Fancy .- :

... -m LB. LB ; Long Grain Rice 2Lb.: 2:9.1' : ,

Mondays Thru Fridays!
BOSTON BUTTSPork
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God's richest blessings. I I Smoked Slab Bacon 'b.,39t! + s r .
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Mr and Mrs James L GrooverI I o SUPERBRAND Grade "A" Fresh Florida': .


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A fire Saturday afternoon about .1
4:30 o'clock, that caught from the' e so
fireplace, burned a settee in the 'octal TMz:tort roe
home of Eddie Williams, colored I d
living South Second I ..r 1lNl.t 1MirrDtrtl
woman
on /.Addldolr To TIIO1e te "e .
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street. Wanza Lee Gallon the a
saw I s
10 t 18.E 29 Ear red W61n Ya hrdleseca.An
fire and gave the alarm and,Johnny\, Twro !or
Siplin put the blaze cut before BAG. e

the fire department arrived.The .: .' .,..... Yoig AFTc*DcciMtR*0TH.14.i
house is owned by Mrs J E I ;'. ? 5, 3Q .:-i

Hardee.Mr ,olden Bantam Fancy .. : .a j: CHEF BOY-AR-DEE

guests and Christmas Mrs R day C Horne Mrs 'had Allene as Corn 10 Ears49 PIZZA PIE MIX SO SO

Smith of Lake Park, Ga. and Mrs ': r,. With Cheese With Sausage .mUM TKII C VPON 01
Eleanor Myer Washington, D C.I Washington State Extra Fancy ., ',. .r ',' '. 2 15J/2-OZ. *: A -oz. : II SIM GreeR Stamps
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Mr and Mrs Richard StringfellOof
Earned WfcMt*Ir PnrcJi MANY
Washington, D C were visitors!' e Berry Hill Frozen Morton's Froz. Apple Cherry, P'ch C'nut, TWOPalmifa

here Mr for and the?Mrs holidays.-x-Jack Gardner and I' Strawberries 6'10oz.Pkgs.. $1. Fruit I "PlVs I 3"> Family Size 1J i iDMiana SO VOID AnD r DKaMaU arms 80TM Salads I

... two sons of Tallahassee are holiday Frozen Frozen Chicken, Beef, Turkey 50
"W r guests of Mrs Gardner's parents, Mr I Blackeye Peas 5 10-oz. $1' Meat Pies 6 I-ox. 11 Dixie Darling French (Reg 211
and Mrs A G Herring. .1 i Pkgs. I Pies : HARD ROLLS 2 Pkgs. 2911

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your friendly com--
petitor grab all the ad space> 1 this price with Food Order.. MAXWELL HOUSE ASTORMorton's

In. The E-R. 1 I YCOUROCHOICEF.LiFmit Eat Ml HH ..1-Lb. JE JOj 1'Lb

Mr and Mrs Clifford Ayer and
con Clifford are spending several Can &J& .. Can .
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YOUR CHOICE Limit 1 at this price with t Food Order.. KRAFT DIXIE DA.RLlNGMayo.nnaise
Mr and Mrs G L Macarages and ,
four children of Jacksonville visited I
Mr & Mrs Wray Webb and Mr and i Qt. '.
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Haven and Mrs spent Coye Christmas Rowe with of Winter Mr SPECIAL Save 14 a Can Limit 1 at this low price with Food Order.

and Mrs Clifford Webb of Lee.

Fruitland.. ; and Park Mrs xMrw D-spent L Fletcher Christmas of Astor 5hortenn.fI Can. 591.

with Mrs 0 A Waldrep and Mrs .
Mary Jane Fletcher of ,Lov tt. SPECIAL Save 10 a ,Bottle Limit 1 at this low price with Food Order. .'



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EXPERT.REPAIR Higher. Lower Than Than Ordinary Usual Quality Prices at DO BUGS BOTHER YOU? '.. .:

r CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL ENGINESSALES SEE ,
Mcleod ,Furniture Co. OKAY, LET'S GET RID OF 'EM, urn FAST. CALL .

t JJS NOW COLLECT- IF ROACHES, ANTS, WATER.

& SERVICE GREENVILUS; FLA. .. .
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for Sale Stfoyect for Rri BUGS, FLEAS AND TERMITES ARE MAKING YOUR

LIFE _MISERABLE. WE'LL ELIMINATE 'EM. AND
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Howerton Supply Co. YOU ,MUST BE SATISFIED!

FILLING STATION on U S 90 for .: JI
: W.B.Davisir., Rent, Lease or' Sale. FRED MADISON, FLA. BURKE EXTERMINATING CO.
MICKLER. 17-lt-ch ...
REAL, TSTATE BROKERAGE- t Phone 293-J Perry Florida
t FARMS Valdosta School of Beauty Culture JD.ScruggsFORESTER
ACREAGE announces the beginning of Winter
BUSINGS: INDUSTRIAL Classes: Jan 2nd to 9th. Six months !
STATES RESIDENTIAL course- leading to Master Beau- REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. Mr and'Mrs E F Spooner of BUSINFSSMEN---- -

APPRAISALS 'tician license. 115% N. PattersonSt. HU 36186MADISON. Havana spent a few days here over
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE .,- Valdosta, Ga. 17-3t-ch called
FLA. the week end. They were
112 TITLE: West INSURANCE Base Street ROWELL'S BAIT CENTER specializes FOR by the accidental death last Thurs- Newspaper advertising -

MADISON. FLORIDA in repairing and painting : : ., d aVafternoon of Mr W H Register.
furniture, bicycles and lawn mowers. PEST CONTROL SERVICE t make
Phone HU :36277FOR All 'Work guaranteed. CALL -f_ can help you
,. L L Bass and son Larrie of Wa-
Salt water tackle for sale., : .
SALE BURKEEXTERMINATING _
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Plenty of cabbage, collards and basso spent the Christmas holidaysat well have
3-bedroom house on the lake, for CO. money as as
I rutabaga plants for sale.ROWELL'S the former's old home here.
: rent or for sale. BAIT CENTER PHONE 293-J PERRY. FLA1. ONE AND ALL!
One 4-bedroom. 3-bath house on fun in business.
Across from SAL Depot
!-acre lot with shade trees. Modest LIFE INSURANCE ( P ft$ '
down payment, balance like rent. We are now taking orders for CI.rgia ,AI"
112-acre farm :and tree farm: in 1962 tobacco plants. ALBERT 'sv' CaIIIIIJ3-631i1

Cherry Lake. i iI i COODY and- BUDDY SMITH. PLATE GLASSGLASS COMPANY. 'OFGEORGIA .NI"- ,
450 acres with 60 acres cleared, 15-tf-cb Great Lakes 111 (FHTNC) -

Only $55 per acre. j HELP WANTED7 C.'a RY Richard C Hughes son of Mr and

Don't worry a lot-buy one I! in lIANV to supply Raw- BILL CONLON PAUL SNOW (Y4) Mrs William H Hughes of Route 3,

Livingston Spring Acres. leigh Products to consumers in Mad- GLASS KENNETH HUDSON Madison, Fla, completed recruit
BLOCK
Several nice farms for sale.Listings STANLEY WILLIAMS
ison Co. Good time to start. See training. Dec 1, at the Naval Training
needed on farms. W H CONE R. 3 BOX 135, -'MIRRORSVALDOSTA GROVER GRIFFIS
GREENVILLE or write Rawleigh To All Center, Great Lakes Ill.

BroadusVVilloughbyREALTOR FAL-140-28 Memphis, Term. 16-5t-pd I GA.
Our
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Phone HU 3-6481, Madison LOST: Large black dog tan mark- HOT MIXED ASPHALT PAVINGWe :,
ings, family pet. If found call pave drives parking areas, and Patrons z
DIANE HANCOCK Hunter 3-2377 I streets, etc. Top quality. Fair ...
Ir Answers to "Skip171tch prices. WAINER BROS., Ino, Ph We I
offend N
I CH 2-4011, 110 S. Fry St, Valdosta. our heartiest 'jl tOS

Black'sFLOOR -Ga. 45-U
List your farm and city property FINISHING CO. "
with us for nationwide advertising. sands and finishes new and old Registered SurveyorPhone Wilson Auto Parts,
: No charge for listing. guaranteed.
rWork: AFTER 5 P.. :M. HU 3-2372 Inc.
Bob & Beanie SearcyRT. 154tpdMUSIC MADISON. FLORIDA & Today's clean-burning Shell

JOHNW.WADSWORTHMarriage :Madison, Florida Heating Oil can give more
2, BOX 130-A NEEDS ,
Here' dollar. And help
MADISON, FLA. VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin a 1dala for warmth per
PHONE HU 3-6487 Live Oak. Florida for all your certificates for sale at Tht hold down repair bills.
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--- I musical needs from organs and Enterprise-Recorder office. : Tear of ., :
BEFORE SELLING your timberor pianos to records and record players .. Get Shell Heating Oil together

timber land please see me. We : and sheet music FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm Good IaeatJa -r with valuable heating oil

are also interested in buying a Phone FO 2-2188, Live Oak, Fla. service.

limited amount of pine-hardwood Timber stanch, Loans lot. ofHolton"p ,
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pulpwood delivered by truck toI THE WELCH CO. Long Terms Low InterestSEE s HAPPY
I Foiey, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. THE REPRESENTATIVE AT
Conditioning f
Heating-Air *""
See, write or call G.E. LENNOX SYSTEMS THE MADISON COURT HOUSE Furniture NEW
|_ P. GIBSON EVERY TUESDAY MORNING. .
Gas Oil-Electric
Rt. 3, Madison. Florida Company YEAR
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 SHEET MtfTAL WORK Great Lakes, 111 (FHTNC) -
Phone CH 2-7356 Collect' Thomas M Barclay. son of Mr and MADISON FLA. EVERYBODY!
VALDOSTA, GA.
FOR SALE: Pure bred Angus bulls: Mrs Perry Barclay of Route 1, 11..

all ages. $150 up. R C DICKIN ,_ Call Us For *- .Greenville. Fla, completed nine IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, '3rd '

I, SON. HU* 3-2517 5-tTch r". MOTOR REWINDING weeks of recruit training, Dec 8 at JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, 2
the Naval Training Center Great IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTYIN

FOR SALE: PUMP Expert MOTORS Work Reasonable EXCHANGED Prices Lakes, IlL CHANCERY. Call HU 36601JBDAVBINC.

Borre*lupine, purity &5O%.- germination WOOLEY ELECTRICMayo Mack Cason James, Plaintiff
94% ,Pensacola Bahia >; vs. WE APPRECIATE YOUR .
; ,Road LIVE OAK, FLA. ) Jesse Lee James, Defendant
seed purity, 96%-,- germination PATRONAGE ALWAYSBishop's
Phone ,FOrest 2-2490_ DIVORCE -
HOWARD HUGHEY J" '
90% Hay. : TO: Jesse Lee James, 1628 Orange .
RFD 3, Box 258, Madison Fla. ft
d 11-tf-ch DON'T FRET CALL SWEAT ,........... Street Rochester New York. Garage MADISON FLA.
;' SWEAT'S RADIATOR, X\:7 :' : '< You are hereby notified that aBYII GREENVILLE, FLA. .
\\J \ SERVICE of.>t .Complaint for 'Divorce has
Pretty picture post cards of North j been filed _against you, and you are
Florida Junior College. 5c each at 35 Years in Radiator Business In r required to serve a copy of your ISTUMP '
Valdosta Radiators Cleaned ,- BROS.!
The Enterprise-Recorder office.FOR :;j, Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Recorded Repaired
Complaint on the Plaintiff's AttorneyR.
SALE: SHETLAND PONIESall Cars Trucks, Tractors Work '" '
E. Cowart whose address
types, sizes & colors. 40 to s -
GuaranteedS is Madison Florida: and' file the: -
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BAKERR '' '
H F -
choose from. $75. up. YOU! -
Hwy. 41 VALDOSTA CH 2-6907 TO
2, Box 134 Madison 2H mL N o 'iglnalanswer' or Pleading, in the i Cash and Garry
of Lee West, side SR 255. We hope, this will: be a.fine year, office of the' 'Clerk of the Circuit '

.{ 14-5t-ch GIRARDIN) JEWELERSFOR .not only for you, but. also for pn Court or.before in and, the for.15th Madison dar of County,Jan- "306-,SOUTH* PA'rTERSON'GA..'& FfcA. DEPOT BLDG>

FOR SALE: 3-bedroom. 2-bath those near alts1dear:to you. uary A.. D. 1962. "*-lf you fall I t Sheetrock 4 8 x 3/8,"
x
THE GRADUATE OR BRIDESILVER : to do ,so, Decree Pro Confesso will $1.35
house In Madison; Central heat .
'. '*- sheet .......-
be, entered for the
and alr-condition'ng' : easy terms. CHINA CRYSTAL TillmanJamesFUNERAL against you relief
Call GAINESVILLE, FLA., FU DIAMONDS JEWELRY denanded In the 'Bill of CoIn-
215 Ib. Roofing shingles
6-7438 after 6:00 p. m. 14-tf-ch HOME plaint 5.75
EXPERT REPAIRING Phone HU 3-2283, Madison I : :... ....
FOR SALE: Lots 8, 9, and 10 in I The Enterprise-Recorder Is hereby t
Block C, Plant Subdivision in NATIONAL designated as the newspaper in which 2-0 x 6-8 x 1- 3/8" Mahogany 4.75 -

Madison. :MARY and JOE BRIDAL said order shall be published oncea Flush Door, ea. ..........., '
II week for four (4) consecutive
GRAHAM, 4911C 26th Ave, MIAMI. ,
FLA.. 13-6t-pd s'flEW weeks. 4 8 '1/4" Int.
Plywood- x x ,
SERVICEA : : Witness my hand and official seal 2 88Plywood4
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; sheet . .. ..
Four 26 73 frame .
FOR SALE: x good selection of this 12th day of December, A. D.1OOL' .
J Jf'
Will .'iv to' lot *
buildings. ;r your '
in MADISON COUNTY. Don't de Sterling & plated Holloware DALE M. LESLIE. x 8 x 3/4" Int.; 6",90'

lay. Call :MR BOOTH. CH 2-8081. by finest manufacturers I I Clerk Circuit Court .- sheet .. .. .. .'. .. .. .....

Valdosta, Ga. 16-7t'opd Many gifts to choose from ycaIt By Jeannette T. Leslie, D. C. _

FOR SALE 30-gallon hot water 303 No. PattersonVALDOSTA (Seal) Full Thick Insulation, -- < 54 00 .

kerosene automatic heater; one .. : ,* '" per' M .. .....- ..... ..._....
large circulating hcaUr; and one GA. NOTICE TO CREDITORS : ,' -
0-gallon kerosene tank with 10 lb. & 15 .Ib. Felt, 1"05 =

stand. PEP'S CAFE, HU 3.25.217ltch Florida StatutesIN per roll .-... ;... ....... .- '
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CALL THE COURT OF THE COUNTY 4 : 1/2" M .
8
Celotex Sheeting x x IU

FORLE ideal for :children.Gaited K horse D;HITCH gentle y Ring out".h. old -> FLORIDA JUDGE, .MADISON IN PROBATE.COUNTY,, perM ............. ........ iJV.W

COCK. 110 W Sumter St. Madison JLPateArea f In re: Estate L P Kelly Deceased Prefinished Birch Plywood,
Florida.. 17-lt-pd May che.r and foy TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS 1040Prefinished ;
Code 305 HAVING CLAIMS OR ,DEMANDS sheet ....
FOR SALE CHEAP: Television set B 943-2013. Greenville Fla. .I ; fill the coming yearS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Mahogany 'Plywood
in good working order. H 0' '" ; 5.60
WINTENBURG. 17-lt-ch for t :' for You and each of you are hereby sheet ........'...........
our friends and notified and required to present any
Plasti-tak for sale at Tue 'Enter- 0 SANDING claims and demands which you, 'or Exterior House Paint, ... : O CA ':

prise-Recorder office. % VARNISHING :'. = ,.lIlh.., loved ontsf either of you may have against the gallon .. ...._,... .r;-. ?..* twv,

FOR SALE: 150 Head Black Angus $ WAXINGOld B bandBeanieSearcy estate of L. F Kelly, deceased .*, *. ". .
late of said .County to the -
pure bred cattle. Breeders for Interior Latex Paint, '_ _: : :9CC
New Floors "
Commercial Herds. $150 up. H F or County Judge of Madison County, ..-.-.... .UJ
BAKER. R 2, Box 134,'Madison Florida at his office in the courthouse gallon'i. ,

2tt mi. N Lee West side SR 255.145tch. LIVE STOCK AUCTION, Rt; 2. Box 130 A, Madison of said County at Madison, Aaptt. Floor Tfle t'f'. '., AQ -,,.
SeU your cattle and bogs in our Florida within six calendar ':: Pc:._ ....... ..:........ *
auction each Monday. Sales. start at UNITED FARM AGENCY months from, the.,time ,of the first <1-', -- *,- '' ..,
I Taking orders for' Tobacco 1:00MONTICELLO 'STOCKYARD publication of this'' notice. Each Vinyl .Asbestos Floor THe,. '1 i%

1 Plants now HUGH- .r GIBSON -Ind. MonticeUo Fla. 670-15 'GoodyearAIlWeather claim or demand shall be in writIng -. Fc. ..................... *m m
phone HU 8-6872. 17-2t-ch Registered Angus bull for sale lire I and shall state the place: o f

at all times. residence, and post office addressof Lighting Fixtures & Electrical Supplies at same low prices
the claimant, and. shall be swornto
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment with electrically equipped T. M HOWERTON JR -' As Low As $12.88 by the claimant, his agent or his Cash less
kitchen. Alsoo'i'downstairs attorney and any /such claim, 01, Pay Pay
Plus Tax and Trade-in demand not so filed shall be void. "
bachelor quarters furnished pri- CONSULTING FORESTER ; '
;-HATTIE V KELLEY.
vate bath and entrance. Mrs E H 'TIMBER# MARKETING .alllJESSERBA'ITERY ,As Administratrix V of the:Estateof :: STUMP 'BROS.

:McKay Phone HU 3-6956 Madir S. Duval Street' L F Kelly deceased. "

son ;,*... 15-tf-cti "'- Ph. HU 3-6681, Madaoa & TIRE COMPANY. -A" <;, ..First. .........-...publication.,;...!_< Dec IS;1961. ; .. ,' '-' .'
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I Bolton's SKYLARK Restaurant, U. S. 19, Perry, Fla.THE : I



WEST 'MADISON WELCOME TO. WELCOME TO :MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST L D. S. SERVICE .

1 METHODIST CHARGE MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH. OF JESUS' CHRIST OF. ,J. B. DAVIS, .

Sunday School ........._, 10:00 A. M. Come Worship With Us LATTER DAY SAINTS ,""
t REV. C. B. DAVIS, Pastor Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. Sunday School ..._.-__ 10:00 A. M. Pastor ______ Levaughn MUdleton SHELL JOBBERINC.
.. CHERRY LAKE CHURCH Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Chairman of Board of
f > FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Training Union --:-_ 850 P. M. Baptist'Training Union 6:30 P. M. Deacons Sunday School .........._ .. 10:00 a. m. MADISON FLORIDA
Mr S R Sapp
:, Sunday School ______.10:00 A. M. Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Evening Worship '7:30 P. M. Training Union Director Sacrament Meeting 11:00 a. m. '
Prayer,:Meeting .,..,_._. 7:30 P. M.
r> Relief Society and Priesthood time the
:Worship Service 7:30 P. M. Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P.' M. Sidney R Moon -Buy SHELL gasoline at
Church Business First
SECOND ,& FOURTH SUNDAYS Wednesday night of each Meeting month. Brotherhood 4th Friday" 7:30 P. M Associate ,Director.1.1rs Kelly Bailey and place as announced at Sacrament following Madison County: locations -

Sunday School .,_.._._,._- 10:00 A. M. Brotherhood and W. I.U. Second Philip Howell ... S. S. Supt. Sunday School >Supt. ALL Meeting.SERVICES AT AMERICAN :
B.
Marvin Bass T. U. Director .
Worship Service _-_ >11:00 A. M. Thursday night of each month. -----< Mr Hayward Andrews LEGION HALL
REV. LYONS Pastor
ELDRIDGE Pianist :Miss
Patricia Moon '
Family Night, Friday" before First Preaching services every Sunday. Song Leader __ Mr Leroy Cruce E. R CARRYL. Branch Pres.RIDGE MESSER B & T CO.
Sunday" each month at 7:30 P. M.Thomas Come Worship With Us. ROAD. CHERRY LAKEMADISON
itEV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTCHURL'H Sunday ,School 10:00 a, m. DAVIS SERVICE STATION
Surles. Church School SupLROCKY Morning Worship .... 11:00 a, m. ROBINSON'S GARAGE
SPRINGS 'CHURCH Training Union ________ 7:00 p. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST
FIRST AND, THIRD SUNDAYS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH' Services every Saturday at Mad- Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. 701 South Range 9 .;.

Sunday School -...-_.. 10:00 A. M. GREENVILLE, FLA. ison American Legion HalL Prayer Meeting ... ._.... 7:30 p. m. Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M GREENVILLE SHELL STATIONBLANTON'S ".
Worship Service 11:00 A. M. Sunday School 10:00 A. M .Sabbath School begins 2 m. The Lord; The Father and His Lord's Supper and -e ,
Horning Worship ........ UOO A. M. p. Edification 11:00 A. M. ..,'
SECOND &. FOURTH SUNDAYS Church Service at 3 p. m. family Bids: Welcomes each of you GROCERY '
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday Evening Service 7:00 P. M.
Worship Service ____ 9:30 A. M. Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. E. WILLIS: S. S. Supt. .whether to come and be Worship with us; Wednesday Evening Sinnans

Sunday School, _.._.:. 10:30 A. M. I Prayer Meeting Wed... 750 P. M. HAROLD YATES Pastor Tele- be rich you, makes poor no or difference.He whetheryou Services .:...........- 8:00 P. M.
Family Night Friday after Second I phone HU 3-6517. welcomes you to come and eat JACK JOHNS SERV. STA.

Sunday each month at '_7KX P. M LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Everyone Welcome! His Spiritual food with us all. DON'T LET Cherry Lake -,

P. Ki Rowell, Church School Supt. REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor "' YOURFRIENDLY e T s..
Claude Duval (Charge Lay Leader .Services every Sunday Several top quality refrigerators ALUMINUM AWNINGS L. F. TERRY GROCERY
SHILOH CHURCH Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Custom built to specifications COMPETITORGRAB Rt 2, MadisonFIARIDENA
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. I and ranges, used only a
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS I HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
Union 7:00 P. M. :
Worship Service 9:30: A. M. Training few months, at a good discount. ALL THE AD SPACEIN COURTOn
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. BUY YOUR E-R AT F & I
Sunday School.... 10:30 A. M. Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. ?f. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. GROCERY. THIS NEWSPAPER J US 90 7 ml. W. of Madison
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS .. -
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.

Worship Service 7:30 P. M.
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Family Night Friday after First

Sunday each month at 7:30 P. M.

Herbert Brooks. Church School rtIfr

Supt.
Wile J Blair, Church Lay Leader i- ;:
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NEW HOPEFULMISSIONARY 5,.':' K
: BAPTIST CHURCH
"Services every first' and third .-

Sundays at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. i,
i Sunday' School every Sunday! 10:00a.

m."Prayer.
Meeting Wed. 7:00 p. m. r .
f Training Union every Sunday 7:00p. :'
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REV.V.. T. RYCROFT Pastor .' c-' ..' .
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i JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES o,.
138. N. Oran A n.. Phone HU 3-6355 .
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)\f ETINGS:- -.b.-: : ''
Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 P. M. r .
Service MeeHne: Friday 7:30 P. M. :1 k
Ministry Sch",, l: Friday 8:30 P. M. : '" j
Watchtower-Bibl* Study; : .
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Sunday 750 P. M. ':! Ordinary oils can create their own metallic ash.Above you see wha J ppens'when'a' No ash w th Shell X-JOO tremUnn Iofor OIL When the same test is tried with new .

Kingdom. Seekers! Welcome. ;.*,;-, conventional multi-grade oil is dropped on this electrically heated piston device These Shell X-100 Premium all the vaporizes. The piston device is clean. There is no
No Collection Taken. ',. $ i dark spots contain additive ash.When'this ash builds up in your engine,it's bad news. ash. You can expect a cleaner engine, less chance for knock and rough running. _
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CHERRY LAKE BAPTISTCIIURCH' .,... '\.!'. e

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;.' Preaching. Morning Service Services 11
i Evening Service T50 P. M. ,.' ,
Sunday School :every Sunday at ';


10:00 BTU A.Every M.Sunday at 6:15 P. M. eliminates a trouble other ',oils)can create. Read how tffisi.; : .,

Prayer Meeting every Wednesdayat "oJ ;,. h ": .' >
7:30 P. M.Brotherhood. ..-

month at 70 rtrst P. ,M."'Thursday, every oil life' 5
: revolutionary can prolong engine '
Everybody Welcome.J. L: ,, ways. ,:.:
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: R. COlLINS, Pastor : ,' ; > .v.

PINE GROVE, BAPTIST': .CHURCH. ..., '. ': .:iI-dt ... .
Preaching :Sunday .. 'Ie";
every .. '51 -- ., ,.
Sunday School ---L. 10:00: A. M.

Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. U. Here is an astonishing fact you should'know acid with alkaline additives. But thai," "i1Jor -. .> .

Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P.'M. ..._ :, -g neutralizing effect of the oil gets weaker : 7

; Evening Services Wednesday_ 7:30 P. M. 11' ( -+3 before you get your next oil change: ,Premium "' as engine acid eats up the alkalinity- -.' .,
Prayer Meeting until eventually:such an additive stops ,
". Evening .......... r 7:00P. M.: t., :, j.1
'IIi' working altogether.
: W B SEALS, S S Superintendent motor. oils-with one exception-wiltproduce ar' msg. -
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Shell X-l I 00 Premium doesn't depend

:7 Director.ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union deposit called additive ash. This. ash can contribute -' :;: ":,,,:,:"'. :<.;;:: ..x'W'm; : ::: :" on alkalinity. It actually plates all engine > t

ERNEST GURU Minister i MdOT.OJl.,,.: .. ... .a.. : surfaces with a thin chemical film. '.' r

t"i I :. '."- to rough running and knock. t:: '::; rt4&. $li n. The metal adsorbs*" some of.the oiT i
LEE METHODIST CIRCUIT "" ?f: :: \ ..W:*; 3': *:: ';';:( protective qualities.: Chemists call this-
of ......;:::: ..!:r fI '
Shell X-100 Premium is the. premium : it' phenomenon chemisorption.:
Lee and Hickory Grove Churches ".- one ... The of
:: "chemisorprionoffers, ,
; :.V' : ;. ,4 r process
.... REV. L. E. DENSLOW. Pastor L : > '
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AT LEE .' .. motor oil that cannot produce an: adeposit five ash :ft.:.:<' .tt- 'J f"'i.w: unique Jong-Luting protection against'acid '..
I Morning Worship ': /} .::: j ::l@f; attack. -

j 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. in engine. Read how this remark.t.mi.i 0
your "
$ : How much does it cost?
'
; 2nd and 4th, Sundays 9'-00 a. m. ,.. .. :W;:f.:$: 1lt .

=;: Evening. 1st and Service 3rd 'Sundays 800p.. m. .. able oil formula helps your engine last longer. This is Shell X-100 Premium Motor OHin If you now use a premium motor oil
the white can with the red letters. youll get Shell X-100 Premium for
: Sunday School about the
Every Sunday _____ 10:00 a. on same price.
lubricated with Shell X-100 If you're' now making do with ordinary
Youth Fellowship rroDAT, every Shell dealer has new leak out of your cooling system into engines
1 Every Sunday ______ 7:00 p. m. Shell X-l00 Premium Motor Oil )'OUfcrankcase. Pzemiumwere torn down and inspected- motor oil,you'ltpayabout$3.60a

BOBBY WILLIA MS. _. ready for your next c Many oils can react chemically with The amount of sludge was astonishingly .. year more less than a penny a day -
Church School Superintended: '. 'low. In there extra-assuming
New X-100* ungaoverldCe any permanent ami-freeze roar form a horrible some cases was so you veat.abouttbe
.f AT HICKORY_ GROVE ,little it could hardly be measured. national average of .10,000 miles a year
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Morning Worship, : ; other motor c al.Iteliminata3"deposit sludge-so stkky that it can bring an
and f
-1 2nd and 4th Sundays 1150 a. m. that all other premium motor oils help otherwise-he- tthyengine to a stands Lj '. jgaeyes ftmp Mil rfrnngrfMany get regular changes.Quite for the motor*
one '
a
Evening Service.. create. themselves.: This deposit is addsThinI 'may,be in for a repair bill. : bargain
,. oil that additive ash and fourother -
2nd and 4th Sundays 8:00 p.; m.: r ;'r tive ash. It is caused by die, metallic' New ShellX-IOO Premium resists' reaction motor oils tend to become too fights '
School It thick when cold and too thin when hot troubles to help prolong the life, -
-
1 Sunday additives used to prevent+ sludge wits sly sort of ana-freeze. ; : -
,: Every Sunday ., ....,..., 10:3Q.a.. m ) deposits,oxidation,and so forth shrugs it off.. This B bard on,your engine. of your' engine.to ; .

t, Youth Fellowship With each stroke of die piston,these New Shell, -l00 Premium is an all-
i, Every Sunday _, ,:00' p.didWeek ra; Des -r--cIirt '
oiL Here show it works.Alkadine
Service additives can deposit jaetaBic salts in year ; ,

-- t J Every WMnesday Prayer 850 p. m. 1, the combust os s .,chamber Here; they. All enginas aecamnlateThcprobfeaistostoptfie a kca9t ,has a molecular:structure that resembles Als(uJ997JCiemisUtn1POlimg

JULIAN ANDREWS. bum and form iililii i i+i e;'asfeu.! ;many a basket of eels ,make your ear go letter end fatter ':'
: eat When ae o2:a cold, Albdine's eeV
ChurchHOAEWI cchool Supcrfete ent 1mck-efdi particles from gasgragirp :
1 This ask fajU in '
crusty am .f ,your
and sludge> which ,like molecules c Id up as if for comfort.
:. t. BAPTIST CHUHd combustion. chamber'.CW!cause your > foesaag. sticky In effect,they take up less space in the
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ciiool 10:00 A. K.! knock hl can dog yotK.eziffinc.Most '
Sunday! : to. end not res
It > engine; B /
< Morning Worship 11:00 A. K. ..3l pmaiHm out use a deteigeatadditive oil-and the oil Sows feedy through theN

}. Baptist Training Uataar 650 P.- It.J X. -100 Premium: : doesn't.containa ft)do&e'job.But die majority tightest bearing

');' !:\"e1in'.Vorshlp 750,P, K. "'. .. sing metallic additive. No metallic of these additives i are metallic and caUse When the oil is Hot;, the molecules / G
: ::',Mld-w-* 'Prayer Service 7:30 P. K. 1.- ad&ves-BO aAA'iii'e' asK that devil-ask.. furl,take up more room-and the oil : '.

'? t' '. ,. Youth.! **.,rvce'8 P. *C, Wed escIq. .:"o.F x Addiave ash k)'IIt.oac mlrrnfil trouMtcMiainirpmMemr Sh 1ri sokdon is'to detergent New X 100 Premium El

V.L.... 'nLETARY. S, S. SUpt. tsar : -You with nF'e ivelisjtineas S
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;.I'Ll: V. B. :T*. U. Directed :' rf' !:_- bow about four oAot4. too. aBed* AI -].-.. 1t dees is j fanuary.Alter .
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