The Madison enterprise-recorder

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The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title:
Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Madison Fla
T.C. Merchant
Creation Date:
July 3, 1959
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
30.466389 x -83.415278


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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.

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REMARKABLE GRO\VTH -, -- .' .- .. ,
C. E. EDGLEY Day Phone 1227
Owner Night Phone 49-W The New Valdosta Federal Sav- SPECIAL CLOSE-OUT

.., LAKE-CITY, FLA. ingsand Loan Association has experienced -
VALDOSTA FEDERAL. a tremendous growth since

; its beginning July 19, 1957. Starting BATHTUBS
ANNOUNCING- *" with S252.000, Valdosta Federal $14.95

has grown to TWO MILLION dollars -
.AllJI.! : in TWO YEARS. They have

................... paid dividends in efeess of $76,000. CAST IRON
The anticipated rate'on savings has

& been raised from 3%% to 4% per ALSO CLOSING OUT LAVATORIES ,.#
: annum. This is a story. -of real Pros -', ,
perity. cic' .
Store Front Designing Mr and Mrs Thomas Cook Brown

and Installation of Buffalo N Y who were guests SOUTHERN SALVAGE COMPANY
the past week of Mrs Fred Hardee

left_ 'Saturday to visit friends in 111 S. Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga.

Anticipated dividend rate on insured Aiken, S C, and with Mrs Brown's -. .

savings, payable December 31, .1959.. : brother Dr John Barnwell in
/, ViUiamsburg, Va, en:route. home. r'
-x-.: Di1't '
Mr, and Mrs James Stanley accompanied miss EAGLE
; Those who attended the family reunion son'
their Jim to Jacksonville

MON:TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM' '. '._ Slaughter at the and home son of Wayne Mrs,Edna and Tuesday 'where, he left for big ad in this ERVIMAF and

THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS S 9 AM TO 12 _NOON Miss Eunice Williams Thursdaywere Camp Cloud i mont- on Lookout I
Mrs J N. Durham. Mrs S D I mountain for two months.x this

The New \ Fowler, and grandson Jimmy Mrs -x- spots on I
A M Shuler. and Mrs R H Layneof and, Mrs Harold DeLong and
Blountstown Mr and Mrs L F two children"-of:'Gainesville, Gas: ar- week eaA. I
Williams. Live Oak Mrs H L, rived yesterday on a week end visit
Hattoh Sr. Mrs H L Hatton Jr. Ft with Miss, Ethel Hopkins. They are y & Son

Lauderdale, Mr and Mrs Dick Williams ., enroute home from a vacation spent _The Fire Department was called Box 632Greenville.

and Danny Allen, Lamont, at Treasure 'Island. to the Wyche Groover home. at 9:15 Flaw
Miss Vesta' Blantoh, and. 'Mattie
Mrs p. m. Tuesday where a piece of
Saving & Loan Association Rains of Lee. o\er-stuffed furniture, smolderingsince

115 N. TOOMBS' .. VALDOSTA, GA. Mr and Mrs Roy Brown and The You look rest through of the your world glasses looksat the fire that gutted the home
daughter Miss Sandra of Bessemer
earlier in the
day broke into a
The Friendly Association. Big Enough to .Serve You Small City N. C. were guests Tuesdayof them blaze. The fire was quickly controlled SherllWllllafflsPaints

Enough To Know You Mr and Mrs Bob Adams. TRADE. WH. BE.XHEY: without further damage.X .
Mr and Mrs C E Dickey and ARE MADEWTwiggs -X :'

family had as guests Wednesdayof Optical Co. and Mrs M S Overby of Augusta .
COMPLETE ,LINE OF "' last week Mr and Mrs Charlie 4'.0534 Ga are guest of Mr and Mrs
Mansell and daughters Libby ark Valdosta, Ga. CH Carroll Blalock and family over the BRYAN ELECTRIC CO.

Foreign Car Maggie from Anchorage, Alaska Fourth.
Mr and Mrs A E Ragans were i

called to Adel Ga..last Sunday to
Tires & Tubes
: I \ be with her sister 'Mrs R L Griffin r rt

while she is confined';to her bed

as well as ,the -famous regular due to a heart ailment,*Mrs'Ragans
GOODYEAR line will also care for her another! Mrs
4 r -r" BEST Mrs Ivey who has passed her 85th

Yellow Pine Track Slop B ;,INf ef or:1N.1.rsGrrartr.d.., birthday.Air'She' Raganetyrned-also*has"a heart ailment FRIGIDAIRE

Tuesday morning. ....
: : The friends of. Mrs Roy Rowe ::: : fo'
HANSON NEWSMr L a of these Infenutfeyul Buthstooe are glad to''learn,,she improving 13 ,cu. ft. Refrigerator-Freezer
lieU carries a vnttea Guarantee in the Madison -County Memorial J5FRoSTPEF L
and Mrs Vernon Adams and .. family returned home Wednesday Modern Brilliant Birthstone nd Mrs Oscar Allen.' Miss
after visiting their parents in Au- Come ia- icfc out aa International Barbara and Richard Allen and

gusta, Ga. Elaine and Ginger Ring, and with you purchase,-we will Mrs Lula' Allen of 'Jacksonvillecame
Adams remained for a longer visit. gin you Frw a written Guarantee Saturday for a week'end visit f
Mr and Mrs S P Odom attendedthe with the J B Whittys and the R M g

,Brown-Peadon wedding at First WAYNE WEGER JEWELERS Moores, and other relatives.Mr SEE OUR NEWFRIGIDAIRE __ NO F R pSt EC tO N
Baptist church in Live Oak Sun- Madison, Florida and Mrs AV AUena of e ER SRED'
day afternoon.: Sarasota have arrived and started -
Mr and Mrs Leonard Walker of building on their home east of Lee
Gainesville here with road 90. We glad to have
spent Sunday on are
In the Three Latest
Mr and Mrs Drew Hughey. Look for Eagle's big them with us, and hope they; will T
Misses Melanie and Judy Gibson enjoy living here. At present they Models. Also, the new -

returned home last week after a are occupying the James Bowen Pull-Out Oven Stove g J
visit .\s th relatives in Tallahassee. ad in this issue of the house. I' .-- with the "Cook Without l 'y
J Rev A M Rowe received a mess- Mrs Caulley. Copelarl'andt'sOn,
age_Monday that his brother Mrj I E-R and Shop. and Saveat I Clifton of Cross City spent a part Slavery" features.
O D Rowe in Valdosta was seriously of last week here withher parents, .
ill We wish him a speedy re I Mr and Mrs R Ro\\..&?. -
covery. __ EAGLE DEP'T I The many friends of Mr Louis : -
Mr Gaines Starling spent the Searcy regret that ,he continuesill
week end here with his family. Store. in the hospital,, while this is
Mrs Lula Odom returned home Remember, only being written. They hope he will 1p
Wednesday after several days' visit soon be able to return home. \,
v.ithIrs Ella Barker and Mr and 1 :-
more shopping day FR FOR ; '
Mrs Auley Barker near Mt. Olive. N tGE RA r
Pine Grove WMU will meet in THEYR4THER RE FR It0 N
the home of Mrs Vernon Adams this week! Our Specials S tiC

Thursday afternoon July 11, at -
2:30 for the Royal Service pro- will be Week ending June 30th 1959 t 3
all .
gram.. .. good Next Max 'Min.' Rf. !$!! '
Wednesday : 95" 70 .00

Mrs Harry Neal otC'Greensboro, week. Thursday 97. .70 7200_ .00. r /. 6tt.
N C who has been visiting Mr and Friday v 97" 4
Saturday if 97 $ ,72 %31 .
Mrs D F Burnett Jrefor- several I Mrs A W Vann entertained the Sunday 1* 95 'P72'" 415;

weeks is visiting relatives in Thursday Afternoon Bridge Club. Monday r 97 ".T3' :00
Greenville this week. Visitors playing were! Mrs Harry Tuesday ,-99 78 .04

Neal Tof Greensboro, N C, Mrs TOTAL .,.*f if "r.5Q have FREEZING WITHOUT FROSTING
Now can
I Rieharji. Stringfellowr and Miss -.:.....:::.-- you
The Season Is Now Open Whittle Dicki=son.' Mrs D F Burns Rainfall week eliding June 27that in budget' Frost-Proof 2-door model!

.LETS GO.Beep . ette won the club prize, and -Mrs r Gibson Tower- 220 in. Lovett -
-- Stringfellow the visitor's: prize.X Tower .60 in, AucOla Tower JOrinSinelair 1TSA *No frost to defrost-anywhere, anytime!. _

Sea I Tower .0': in. Lee Tower. 1 .EN's t war t "No frost-stuck foods and ice trays.
: fishing Mr G R Day of Madison under- .50 in, Madison forestry headqu "
o. west an appendectomy operationlast TO LIVE
tern J55 in.
ON Thursday at the Tallahassee Sun rises July 3rd 554, sets :7:42 Completely separate .- Flowing ColdRefpgerator -,.. v ....
': .ho4fital. lie returned home Tuesday7Vtt4 Frost-Proot freezer W ," Section
"THEWINNER" '.... .i--;
jO : door. .
une- -' Moon rises July,.3rd :f:45 am;' : storage space in Fu4wdth removable
"* _;:v_ constellation of Taurus mefcaj :
: "' : Moen In a New Frigi-Foam insulation' shelves
cf .
75 l :--i.; Jrty 3rd. gives'9 more pounds o/
1ory Roberts e Glide-Out Hydrators for
spent last .. ,
j:' 0 18 FEET WIDE A "' -: $ at St. Petersburg High tide July 3rd' at St. Marks. i4; ..-rt.....Ied..r frozen food space. moist-fresh fruit.. .
< : O SNACK BAR ".:'L., ,*f ::fi. -x- :. *ht 12:40 pm._.,. <..,.2i-.?. vt, "...f .. .. GUifI.U .OTOlS '
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r-: Charters Only On Mondays Mrs T J Atkins has returned Dick Bland is visiting; relatives .:. t.ik

"' .,.::.Tuesdays Wednesdays & Thursdays.Leaves : fromi..paodin& lpuE.| weeks at in Jacksonville this w& Mr and *.. .. .El t1 JRe. -ADVANCED-'.'.; -:'PLtANCES' bES. IGJ- -D' WitH'-- lK 7 .
OIatJ noon:;.v&fcere:sal Belted her;Mrs Ed ,Bland and other chtldnjn '
Dock 7:30 A. M. .
.... bto. 4a d" farm Y, Mr and. Mrs expect to ajesd the week end therj i; II/I We're Havin' A Frigidaire GOLD CROWN JUBILEE!
Returns 5 to 6 P. M. Calvih Simmons Her nephew, aDd will be accompanied home by ,.'. .
and his mother. '- ";
I David Simmons Dick. ;
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:-v $5.QO Mrs Georgia Simmons,:who accompanied -x- ; A FREE GIFT will be given to everyone who comes in ,
ii-' TRIPS OPEN TO -her remained in North Geor- Charlie Wynn Jr Is vltlting rel lO h 1 to in the afternoon for
... .on Friday July from. 5 a. u
: F. INDIVIDUALS gia and are visiting Mr and Mrs Lives at Fort Pierce for several : demonstration of the New Fftst Proof Frigidalre at ': '",.-.
SATURDAYS Simmons at DahlonegaRadiator weeks. ,
i. FRIDAYS Virgil
r Wells Furniture Company in; Madison. The Sweepstakes i. :
.:' AND and EAGLE'SgadiQtlK Contest blanks will also.*be available for everyone to. -;, -' ....:
Don't miss
; ; [apt Bud TaylorSTEINHATCHEE Cleaning sign so be sure to come. in. -r. -. 1#

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I Why Haul The Weed :60 Miles ? Sell In Madison"! I ISaturday. ;:

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(/j Williams Mickler I\ :;(1.1"Mr Clifford and Mrs left Clifford Thursday Ayer and to f Too Late To Classify"

spend several .days boating and t .
t ishng: on the Ste '1atchee' river.

Miss Trudy Ann Mickler, daughter Mr, and Mrs T F 1.Jvipgstn:1and FOR SALE: Baby play pen like

of Mr and Mrs John Mickler of Mr and Mrs Clifford Ayer and new. MRS R E GRIMSLEY

July 4 +tR Lee Florida, and James Edgar son, Clifford were week end guests HU 3-6618. 44-lt-pd
DOUBLE FEATURE cf Mr and Mrs John Copeland at
FORBIDDEN ISLAND Columbia Williams, son of :Mr and Mrs El- :
color, starring Jbn Hall, Nan more Williams, of Madison; were -x- 3 bedroom attic fan, $50. Con-
Adams. Skin divers in a. battle fora united in manage in an impressive .tact MRS W C
f Mr and RAGANS Lee,
Mrs Bert
million dollar emerald and a ceremony at 8:30 p m June 7, in Lougee left Florida. J
Tuesday for their home in Keyport, 44-2t-pd
priceless woman. MADISON the Lee Baptist Church. The RevI
N J. _They have been vacationingwith
FROM MERE 'TO ETERNITY, DRIVEINTHEATRENow T Carter, pastor, performed the Mrs Lougee'e parents. Mr and i

starring Frank Sinatra, Burt Lancaster under new management; open ceremony. Mrs C Vernon Ragans, Mrs Hugh Hancock. NOTICEELECTION S*s' Windswept Pattern
Montgomery Clift.Deborah. every night Children under 12 organist, and Miss Juanette Allen, /)

Kerr. One of the screen's all time (in cars) always free. soloist, gave a program of nuptial C- "

great filnJsAn.- academy award music. lull I OF 1-WO SUPER. taut CNihA L IjVJSYIACUSE I
winner brought back for you to BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:15 P. U ,Palms and magnolia made a back VISORS FOR TERMS OF FOUR ,

enjoy again. Cartoon. !PROGRAM'. ground at the altar for baskets of I YEARS EACH FOR MADISON WAYNE WEGER, JEWELER I

Sunday-Monday, July 5, 6" Friday-Saturday"' July 3, 4 I white' gladioli and snapdragon. SOIL CONSERVATIbN JULY 14, 1959 DISTRICT MADISON, FLA

to the
Scope and Metrocolor, starring Au- WARLOCK, Richard Widmark, Conservation -
Mrs Cleveland Driggers sister of SKJSlTDlR Act, Chapter 582, Florida
drey Hepburn Anthony Perkins, Henry Fonda, Anthony Quinn, IEAL ESTATE' OPPORTUNITYAs
Statutes of
the bride, matroa of honor. 1949 and Chapter 28094
Lee J Cobb. One of the mot unforgettable Dorothy Malone, .Dolores Michaelsand a ,representative of UNITED
of ,
She wore a gown of'pink taffeta 1953, notice is hereby gen of
stories of all time.
Y you can be a success in the Teal
f an election to be held July
and net fashioned with fitted bodice 14r
Temptation 'and terror in a savage estate business.
BOY Jerry Lewis 1959"fortHe election of two ((2) operates
land He found the untamed qualityhe with sweetheart'e and bouffant -
Sunday.Monday, July 5, 6 ,Supervisors for terms of four (4)) coast-to-coast, having a reputationfor
liked in 'a woman of mysteryin DOUBLE FEATURE skirt. Her headdress was of Good Reading: years each. 0 dependable service over the past

a beautiful setting. Cartoon. THE NAKED AND THE DEAD champagne carnations and net, and POLLING PLACES) :" thirty-four )'ears. We are looking

Tuesday-Wednesday, July 7, 8 and she carried a bouquet of cham- for theWhole Madison Florida-Couit House. for the right man or couple to

DO'UELE FEATURE pagne carnations tied -with satin Pinetta Florida'J T Wood represent' us in the Madison terri-
5 tory.
THE HAUNTED STRANGER, ribbon. ward's Store. .
starring Boris Karloff, Jean Kent, Tues -WecL-Thurs. July 7, 8, 9 Bride'smaids were Miss 'Carolyn Cherry Lake, Florida Jack If you want a business of your
Anthony Dawson. They all thought) DOUBLE FEATURE Bishop and Miss Dpt Thompson Johns Store. own, we invite your inquiry and

he was dead and buried until he THE FOREST RANGERS, Fred The: flower girl was Yvonne Drig- Greenville Florida Joe Reams investigation of aT association with

struck. j MacMurray, Paulette Goddard, gers, niece of the bride. Their Facts Store. the UNITED family. Real estate
Sitsan Hayward S Lee, Florida-Lee Voting House. experience is not necessary. Training -
UNDERSEA GIRL: starring Mara dresses of blue taffeta and net supervision and advertising
Polling places( ) will be open'between
Corday. Pat Conway/ Dan Seymour. and were fashioned similar to the Family Features ::. the hours of 9:00 a. m. and support to assure success. Licensed
Skin diving terror on the ocean I MARRIED A MONSTER FROM matron-of-honor's. They carried bouquets !! 5:00 p. mAlt salesman] and broker inquiries in-
floor. A skin diving mermaid and OUTER SPACE. of pink carnations and wore ----------- : qualified electors residing vited. This is your opportunity 'to
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ruthless frog men. A terrorguardedsecret SPECIAL: 1.00' A CARLOADTornado matching headdresses. The .flower The Christian Science Monitor within the District shall be eligibleto make a permanent profitable connection -
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of the ocean depths.. Car -< girl carried a basket of pink rose for the time vote in this election.A with the leading organization -
toon. ,. Send your newspaper qualified elector as defined in in its field. For complete de-
Strikes /t petals. checked. Enclosed find my check or
Thursday-Friday, July 9, 10 Glen Williams, of Jacksonville,, money order. 1 year $18' [Q the Florida Soil Conservation Act tails without obligation see or write:
months Q months $1-50 0 includes to
$9 qualified
6 any person
THE VIKINGS, in Technicolor, his brother's Ushers
was best man.
John District Sales
Near LeeA vote Jn general elections. under the Manager
'0 starring Kirk Douglas. Tony Curtis were Cleve Driggers, of Madison, 1220 Edgewater Drive
I I Constitution and Statutes ,bf this
Janet Leigh. An adventure never tornado followed by torrential I I immy'Abbott, of Perry; Dick "orneAddresa state who ,is;7 also a landowner: in Orlando, Florida ,
Beware the wrath of
equalled. rains struck just northeast of Lee. Mickler of Michigan, and Hoyt the herein: district. : ,: 'i 44-2t-ch
northmen. Violence their birthright
and their watchword. A about 5 o'clock Wednesday Ragans of, Perry. Pat Thompsonwas xZ5nT M"O WATKINS,' AdministratorState
ing doing considerable the ring bearer City tGt. Soil Conservation Board. Listen for Setzer's Sizzling-
thunderbolt of action and romance. eve.n-I
Cartoon. damage,. but no"personal The bride was.given in marriage twit July 3.. 10-ch Specials on WMAF.
anyone. _
I her ; Mickler.
by brother -Jimmy
Sheriff S H Moore who visited
LOVELY BRIDE1Chantilly p 1J
the stricken t
FIGHT. area in the eveIPng
.. reported up-rooted trees, and lace and bridal satin '

pouring rain. Mrs Larrie Cherry was chosen by the bride for her I ., .... .
) Don't miss EAGLE'Sbig vvho saw the cloud before it broke gown. The bodice. :!featured a scal-
into fury; said it was black and loped neckline embroidered with

ad in this E-R and thunder.lowlying"with severe lightning and 1 I seed pearls, long fitted sleeves and An M

Property damage reported in back closing. The round floor .. . .. .. . .
eluded sheets of length skirt had a panel 'down the
\WMAF this torn off the
spots on Lon Welch home; a chimney front and gathered fullness in

torn off the Frank Rutherford back. Her finger tip veil of illusion

week end.' home; a truck shelter at the Cherry was attached to a CroWD of pearls IMPORTANT !! !

Chicken Farm was lifted off its She carried white orchids on a .4.E! : .
foundation : ,
and sheets of tin were
satin and lace Bible showered with .-
TWIN RIVERS LEAGUE torn off the chicken houses, and picot ribbon. I
limbs torn from trees tree turned
; a
Mrs Mickler, mother of the bride
defeatedthe over on the Edgar Bags home
Madison baseball team ANNOUNCE-
accessories Per Year
off chose Navy sheer, pink
Remerton team 11-3' Sunday tearing the front porch; a '
corn-crib was turned over at the and corsage of pink roses. I'
afternoon in Remerton. Madison's Murray Blair place; JBL huge shelterfor Mrs Williams the bridegroom's Dividend Savings
Calvin Bodenstein was the winning' . : : : : : : : : : : : : ::::: ::: : on
storing tractors at the Waldrpn mother chose 'powder blue sheer, : : :.: : : : : : :.:.: : : : : : : : : :
pitcher as he went all nine innings. I' Ragans place was picked up and matching accessories and corsageof KENT ..- /...:"::;: :.'.:.:.:.'.:.',:.:."

He had fine support from his team moved from its base, and at the pink. ;.' Commencing July i;
mates as they collected more thana John Henry WiiI ams' home the roses.RECEPTION "
'i V antenna was turned over onto .::. ,;
dozen hits.Remerton 1959
Immediately following the cere- eo. ,: :
the roof limbs of trees broken offar.d : < ; :--. ;.t. ? ,""
Pafford ;
pitchers were was held in the
mony a reception
Craven and Von trees felled. ....... '_ ,
Carter Seaborn ,
.. I church parlor. The bride's table .
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Carter. -f S"1 <, .. 'II" .
CWO G L Morrow, Mrs Morrow was covered with a pink! lace cloth 1. t'1 ; :it '-?,. .-fta
I .Yaldosta won over Lax 9-0; Live I and two daughters Diana and I and was centered with...the tiered ; ,6..' ; 'I .1. ...

Oak 9, Stockton 2; Moultrie 6Hahira Betty, who arrive thirty days I wedding cake. A .silver epergne ; j ::.;": Tallahassee Federal anticipates increasing .its. dividend.
5. ,- ago from Alaska and have been candlelabra holding white candles >2i' insured' savings\ accounts to '4% per annum, payable -
on .
I 'visiting his mother Mrs G L Morrow > 9 .
| TEAMSTANDINGS and nosegays of white carnations ..;. .' :t '" f' p ., 1t 1t. "'"
\V L Pet I Sr.; here, relatives in Quincy : December 31st. -
Mrs J '
completed the decorations. ;
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3 and vacationing at Jacksonville :: ;
Valdosta14 .824 ;
L Brown cut- the cake, and Mrs ,
Lax :, .: 11' 6' .641 Beach; will leave Friday for EI, Betty Jo Raga kept the l' x ., ::' ** f 'tol'be4weea':J lit aaiffjBfjr i
Paso; Texas, where CWO Morrow Aof'Perry : Acctints1eed. or added, : uly. .. _
Live teak ___ "9' 6 .600 win be stationed. with the U S bride's book. 'Serving were :Mils 1 "IJ .:-' &. i. ? > # > v "
j. 'MOth will receive full six months dividend at 4* per
Moultrie 9 8. .529 Carol Evans Miss Yvonne Welch, a .
Madison: r -- 8 9 .471 Army.'C- Mrs Joe Miller and' Miss Sybil i :.-t.t!! : : i. .t' > :0 : ""
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Stockton _;_. 6, 10 .375 S K Buckner, of Gainesville, is Sullivan.Mr. '. I "f "" 1"" I '

Aabira __ -_.. 6 11 .353 acting agent for Cities Service .at .and Mrs Williams left during '" SV5m ; ;
Remerton '3 13 .188f" Madison, .charge tempeorarily at i Tallahassee Federal will\ take care of all details 0 transfer "
'to "
the evening on a wedding trip 1
the Bulk Plant, until a permanen ;
is named. the Carolina Mountains. ,: i/ j of iunoX from any financial institution in the United
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FIRE DESTROYS INTERIOR .."" -- : i ,: e. costto just mail in passbook
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OF HOME Look for BABY QUICK :,. '
Eagles big -- <: .' ". ..; .:> brmg it in when you come to register for the wondeiful

The home of Mr and Mrs Wyche ad in this issue of theER A baby boy weighing 9 lbs 3 ozs : I :-:prizes being given 'away each day from now until July .,+ Z

Groover on U .S 90 just east; of the : was born to Mr and Mrs C E i- '. : : .
city limits 'Madison was badly Quick at the Madison County -10th In conjunction with the opening of our new....hoihe ;/ }

damaged, and the furnishings, and Shop and Saveat Memorial hospital Tuesday-June; 30, "5-:; : ;>>' at 440 North Monroe Street in Tallahassee. ". .

clothing and all personal. posses- :;

sions completely destroyed by fire EAGLE DEFTStore. .:..
Mrs J B Hardee, who underwent :, .
that swept through the house about .. '-.
Pineview '
eye recently
__ .- 10:10 a m Tuesday. The fire was "
Remember only Hospital, returned home Saturday '
well advanced when the alarm was ,
and is convalescing nicely. ..
given however the Fire Departmentwas : FEDERAL

able to save much of the 1 more shoppingday Listen for S tzer's Sizzling. 'S :ALLAHASSEE

building. The loss was estimated Specials on WMAF

between $3000, .and $4000. this week! Our Specialswill COMPLETE LINE -F ,'.

Savings & Loan Association

Radiator and be good all Nextweek. OeTffes&Tuhes Car ". "
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as well as the famous regular
Mrs James Conway and son ..
Repairs '
Jimmy have returned from a ten GOODYEAR line

days1 visit in Jacksonville with her .

S McWILUAMSGARAGE visited sister other Mrs J.friends.Meek Clark.. Jimmy, Yellow Pine Track Stop :-. '









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1 Brought To You Weekly By; > In accordance with state law ENJOY THE 4th.--
In a beautiful candlelight .
>. ivt will be closed July 4, cere- .

Howard Studsffll CANTEY MOTOR CO. I mony June 26 at, in 8 the o'clock Madison Friday Church evening of; Re Opening STOP? BY THE j

Christ, Miss Mary Lou Cozart,

Lumber Co.: daughter of Mr and Mrs J J Cozart Under New .Management
of Cherry Lake became the brideof *
Proceedings of THE IIAMBIJRGERv.A
Robert Surles, son of Mr and Aat A-

MADISON FLA. Mrs James I Surles also of
Cherry .
'TILL* 0 0 : -. County Commissioners Lake. The Rev Joe Dasher officiated John Goolsby and Sapp Cherry Lake Florida V .F .

: WtJiMPISH a at the ceremony. Ali

ITt* Tall baskets of white gladioliand Standard Oil Service on your way to the lake for..
1 1959
Madison Fla., July mums against a background of
The Boar4] of County Commissioners native Short Orders of any kind
Florida met greenery was spanned by an
of Madison County ,
this day in. regular session. The arch of white lighted tapers at the StationCorner Cold Drinks ,and Ice Cream

; Chairman. Hon D W Chason altar.
COIl E'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR called the meeting to- order. All BRIDE'S ATTENDANTSMrs of Highway 90 & Shelby

FOR THE ,WEEK; members were present. The meet- You're Invited To Come In and ,
ing was opened with a prayer by. Henry Sands sister of the Get Acquainted ..IIIB.......m

lIon W G Rutherford. The follow bridegroom was the matron of
r. fcr Lack. Dar, ",..s w.. Fish L... ....
ing business was transacted: honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs I : :UPSTORES NON/N N N Look for Eagle's big
Mrs H Kramer asked the Boardto Raymond. Cozart of Atlanta and

.. S 5 N'I MON 6 TUE 7 \ WED I THU I i f FRI I SAT I SUN appoint the Board Members of Miss Mary Kate Blount of Madison.,
.I 8 9 10 11 12 the Suwannee River Regional neededso' Library They wore identical gowns of pink VOTE ad in this issue of theER
the names were
12:46 1:36 2:25 3:14 4:03 4:50 5:39 6:27 silk organza modeled on
: princess
PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM that Board the agreed Board to could submit organize.The these. lines .with cummerbunds of taffeta JULY 4 CLOSINGA and Shop and Saveat

names not later than July 3, and flared skirts. They carried

-I- Blacker the fish! Batter the Day for FUMag J 1959. nosegays of champagne carnationstied EAGLE DEFT
'* majority of businessmen at the
The Sheriff presented the proposed with matching satin ribbon.
: .L Court House June 24
meeting voted
sheriff's budget for the fiscal Glenn Surles served as hisbrother's
4 requiredby i to close their Stores in Madison on Store. Remember only
year 1959-1960 as best man. Ushers were ,
Saturday, July 4.
the new law placing the sheriffof Raymond Cozart of Atlanta and

Madison County on a straight Thomas Surles! of Cherry Lake. Mr BUSINESSMEN CONSIDER 1 more shopping day
Bride Feted salary instead of the fee system.
Look for Cozart gave his daughter in mar-
Eagle's big presented ORGANIZATIONA
Total amount of the budget -
Miss Ruth Ann Warren, of Greenville was $41,846.20, which the riage. this week! Our Specials

ad in this issue of the whse marriage to Gene Wheeler sheriff stated was identical with LOVELY BRIDE group of about 20 local businessmen -

will be an event of July 12,was feted last year's expenditures. The Board The bride chose i agreed Wednesday to investigate will be good all Next
with a miscellaneous shower at the approved the proposed budget. chantilly lace organization of a Mer-
E-R and Shop and Saveat Woman's Club, Thursday evening, Frank Graham representing the and illusion for her gown The I cants Association, Ashley Beggs
June 25 when Mrs E M Page Sr Madison Junior Chamber of Commerce fitted bodice featured a front and Van H Priest were appointed week. t'<
EAGLE DEP'T Mrs Clarence Andrews and MrsL asked the Board to contri- closing of buttons, round neckline to check into the matter

L Harper were hostesses. bute $300. on a brochure of Madi- and long fitted sleeThe full I A majority of the group favored
Mrs Page kept the guest register.Mrs son County. The Board agreed to skirt of lace and illusion ROTARY CLUB HEARSEXCHANGED
fell toa Wednesday afternoon closing
Store. Remember only Andrews and Mrs Harper this proposal, subject to its legality rounded floor length. Her finger I following tobacco season. STUDENT ,
that the several cities of
Misses provided
assisted in serving by
were -
contribute their tip veil of illusion was attached toa I The group last week voted to
Velinda Andrews and Nancy Har- Madison County Sandy D/Alemberte, of Chattahoo-
1 more shopping day pro rata share. The entire expen- bandeau of lace and pearls. She close stores Saturday July 4.
chee, Rotary Foundation excha.1gastudent.
per.The diture for this brochure amountsto carried purple throated orchids
this week!' Our Specials reception room was decoratedin $500. and carnations on a white prayer Colin Kelly IU, of .Philadelphia, who has been at the University -

pink and green, the color Van H Priest member of the came Monday for' a several days of London was. guest

motif 'being used in Suwannee River ,Authority, asked book.Mrs Cozart mother of the bride, visit with his grandfather,. Mr C P speaker at Rotary Club Wednesday.
will be good all Next the refreshments, also. An arrangement the Board to appropriate $1500. in D'Alemberte, who was a major stu
chose a pale pink lace sheath Kelly, and his uncle and aunt Mr
of pink gladioli adorned the their new budget as Madison Coun dent of law and history at the
huge mantel. A double wedding matching accessories and orchid and Mrs T M Howerton.
the Su
week ty's share supporting London university told Interestinglyof
: ring of pink satin and net was the wannee River Authority as provided corsage. his school associations, English

center of interest on the archway, by law. The Board agreedto Mrs Surles the bridegroom's SCHOOL BOARD REVIEWS customs and his travels in Englandand

COLUMBUS B SMITH which was; outlined with magnolia this proposal. mother wore blue sheer matching AUDITAt other countries. He will enter
The Clerk read Audit Report No. accessories and the regular meeting of the
ORDAINED AS DEACON leaves, interspersed with pink nose- the Law School at the Universityof
4966 to the Board as is requiredby corsage. School Board Wednesday the 1957-
gays. Florida this fall. During the
Columbus B Smith ordained The gifts were displayedin law. RECEPTION 58 State audit was reviewed.A .
was many
On motion by Hon Grover C summer he will visit Rotary Clubsin
last Friday at St John's Episcopal the dining room. Immediately the change in the personnel of the
Cone, seconded by Hon Coleman following cere- this area and deliver talks on
< Church Tallahassee by the Rt. RevXUHamiUon The refreshment: table was overlaid Richardson, the following resolutionwas mony a reception was held at the faculty of the' Lee Junior High the merits of the Rotary Exchange
West fs a deacon'. ,of with -fin imported cutwork adopted by the Board home of the bride's parents at School made was the replacementof Foundation. He was introduced by

the Protestant 'Episcopal Church. cloth, poised: over pink. A crystal WHEREAS under the provisionsof Cherry Lake. Rooms open to guests Mrs Adele Bird, who resigned Carl Bevis, program chairman. H E

After{ a sermon by Bishop West punch bowl, garlanded with fern Chapter 24045 Laws of Florida, were decorated with native greenery by Mrs Audrey Whitty; and replacement McArthur, president presided.

the ordination service opened with and dainty nosegays graced one Acts of 1947 as amended all and white gladioli and carnations.The of Mrs Lucille Cherry,, Visitors were Vern J Okelbury,

the Reading of the Preface by end of the table. Lighted pink tap monies from registration of Motor aircraft' bride's table was covered with I who was transferred to the facultyof of Oakley, Idaho, and Marion D
Senior Warden Richard Brock after ers in silver candelabra balancedthe Vehicle are Commissioner collected' by; and a lace cloth and centered with the Madison. High School, by Miss Gallacpa of Holbrook, Ariz.

which Ordinand Smith was presented effect. proceeds tiered wedding cake. Silver candle- Carolyn, Ann Mugge, of Greenville.
to the Bishop by the Rev Refreshments consisted oftiny from these monies after a deduc- labra holding white tapers and Jennyethel Merritt, Principal-of Don't miss EAGLE'S
cake frosted in white and
Mr Jeffery Alfriend St John's squares, tion for the necessary expenses of nosegays of white carnations and Rural Elementary Negro Schools,

Rector. topped with rosebuds fruit punch the Motor Vehicle Commission are gypsophilia completed .the deco-I was transferred to the position of

The Litany was read by the Rev and toasted'nuts.. deposited to the credit of the Florida rations. Mrs Frankie Dawsey cut:. Registrar and Business Manager of big ad in this E-R and

Mr Charles Halcomb after which Development Commission; and the cake.. The guests book '\vas kept! the new Suwannee River Junior I

Bishop West presided as celebrantof GRAY LADY CAPPING SERVICEA WHEREAS fifty per cent (50%) by Miss Gwen Dees. College. Lennie Collins. was spots on WMAF this

the Holy Communion. Gray Ladies Capping Servicewas of the monies"collected by the Mrs Thomas Surles Mrs Evelyn ferred from the elementary II
held Thursday, June 23 at counties Is refundable to" the counties trans-1 '
Deacon Smith's grandfather Judge Swift, Mrs Jo Ann Surles and Miss of Madison Training week end. *
Columbus B Smitti, of Madison, his 10 a m at the Madison Woman's WHEREAS; under the provisionsof Peggy Adams were assisting succeed her. I.

brothers Joel Smith of Lakeland Club for seven additions. to the Section 18 of said Act it is hostesses.Mr .
and Carroll Smith of Winter Haven local chapter. provided that. the funds paid to and Mrs Surles left later in ,
uncle R P 'Smith of Those capped were Mrs Ruth expended for
Jacksonville the counties may be the evening on a wedding trip to .
his aunt Mrs Elmer Horne of Sims of Cherry Lake, Mrs Ruth general purposes by said counties the mountains. They will, reside atClyattville i -

Metcalf _Ga, and his mother Airs Reams, Greenville, Mrs Ruby Mc- but the counties may desig- .\ l' ;, : ( .
Mrs Charlotte Mickler; the Florida Development .
Carroll Smith of Tallahassee were Chesney nate .
participants of .Holy Communionwith Mrs Flossie Griffin Mrs Carrie Commission as their agent to ex- t

'him. Armstrong and Mrs Bessie Leslie, pend 'said funds for aeronautical NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE; SALE y .. ; ".:
if the
within the county .
.A reception and lunch honoring all of Madison. purposes NOTICE is hereby given that '- .
Deacon Smith and his: family followed Mrs Hazel Beggs of Jacksonville county so desires In the judgment of the undersigned, as Clerk of the i
Circuit Court of Madison
the church service. Regional Gray Lady: consultant Board and the Board so determine County
Florida, pursuant to that certain
Deacon Smith was born in Madison capped the local group. that the Florida Development final decree of foreclosure ren-

attended school in Winter Mr A J Hargrove was the guest Commission Is in a better dered in the Circuit Court of the

Haven was graduated from the speaker. Visitors were T J BCK position to expend judiciously the Third Judicial Circuit of Florida,

. Florida Naval Academy in St III "fced Cross Chairman, Mrs county's share of the funds for in and for Madison County. in :

Augustine and is a World War II Esther Watson and T C Merchant aeronautical purpose in this BE IT county\RESOLVED -, Chancery in that certain cause 111 1 A -
Navy veteran. the Board of County therein pending wherein Van H
Jr.Keith DIs- by Priest and R C Home; as partners
He married the former Miss Roytance. of Madison County; 1.
Marie Guy of Bessemer, Ala.; In aster Chairman was an out-of- Commissioners July 1, 1959 trading and doing business' as :Madison
Finance Company were plaintiffs -
1951 and received the B A degree town visitor and also. spoke Interestingly That the county does hereby and James Hawkins Jr '

from FSU*'- in 1956. He entered on his phase of the workof designate the Florida Development Hawkins were defendants* ,

Virginia Theological Seminary in national disaster. Commission as the County's agentto on July 1, 1959, will offer for
Mrs Catherine Stewart Red Cross expend all funds which may accrue sale and sell at public outcry for

956..FriendS..". attending the service Field Representative was also present to' the county under' the provisions cash before the front door of the:

fram here .included'Mrs Fred Har- of the Act hereinabove Courthouse in the City of .Madison
mentoned for the calendar years) Madison County, Florida, on July
:, dee'and her guests, Mr and Mrs "A social hour followed with re; -
1957.58-59 for aeronautical purpurposes 13: 1959,' during the legal hours of
Thomas Cook Brown, of Buffalo, hmcnts served. and 1
within this county, sale to satisfy the terms of said
N Y. Mrs James Hardee and Mrs that the State Comptroller be and Final Decree, the following des-

T F Livingston. LION'S, CLUB he is hereby authorized empoweredand cribed real estate situate lying and

directed to recognize the being in Madison County, Florida, :
NEW BUSINESS IN TOWN At the Lion's Club Tuesday Ash- county's fifty per cent (50%) of to-wit: '
announcement that sum funds for the calender years) I Lots Nos. 1. 2. 3, 4. 5, and 6 of
ley Beggs
1957-58-59 as monies expecdable, Block 40, as shown by the map
The Standard Oil Service buyers
Tobacco Company
Florida Development Com- Investment Com
by the of the
90 and I
the corner of Highway would be on the Madison marketsfor as ,
mission -for aeronautical purposes pany's lands in the Tow: of "
Shelby has been re-opened under the first time this year. He also the agent of this county. Greenville. Florida said map pre-

the new management of Mr Gools- made a plea for the purchaseof The Board sat as an equalizationboard pared by 'Fred T .Peck.

.by and Mr Sapp. Having this corner stock in the tobacco warehouse and this meeting was duly This notice to be published one I u.
busy and prosperous again is building. advertised as such. There were no time- at least seven days prior to

. a decided improvement in the ap Visitors were Mr Beggs,. Colin P complaints registered and tax rolls said sale in The Enterprise-Re :n .,:: .
pearance of :Madison. HI and Mr Carson Stout. were approved as submitted by the (corder a newspaper published in
Kelly Tax'Assessor, Hon A H Armstrong. Madison. Florida, and of general 1 .
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There; being no further business, circulation in Madison County> LOAN ASS'N. .
:FIShing'T ackl Miss ':Minnie Jones,* who has Seen the meeting adjourned. Florida. '

visiting her aunt, Mrs J A 'Bradyfor D. W. CHASON Chairman DALE It LESLIE, _- 11 T S. Monroe St. (downtown) Tallahassee' Fla. ,

BRYAN\ ELECTRIC CO two weeks left Wednesday ATTEST: Clerk Circuit Court of Madison ".' .
returning to her home In Arcaclia. DALE M LESLIE Clerk County Florida. < 44-lt-ch

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We have-.certainly come a long d> .t rNtO
way in refrigeration from the old i C
I spring house! Remember what an S
improvement the ice box was? The v
I latest developement in this evolution -
BoNus 0th AT can be' seen ,at WELLS
: DAlRE, the name which has been
; : synonymous with refrigerate for

; years, introduced a revolutionary -
I '" ..' ., .' "-'" advance that has been proved successful -
\ in tens of thousands of 1ME
homes-frost proof refrigeration.Now 'S

final frost barrier" by producing 5/3 RICHTS-
SLIPS PANTS 'the frost proof freezer. Defrosting 0
All Brand Ladies SPORT SHIRTS even automatically, is now a thing RESERVED xj., ,

e Army Twill i of the past in refrigerators and I
SWIM SUITS Easy washable cottons in Q Sanforized i freezers. Stop in for a demon-
0 8.2 oz.Sanforized. ,
prints, stripes, solids and Q 4 gore cute stration. If you do so from 1:00 jjrarl
$ i I lo 5:00 Friday, July 10, you'll receive -
woven plaids Guaranteed 1 0 Graduated Rise a free gift and will be able "1"=
1 1t y: i to register for the big. sweepstakes
year ....1 $2.98; ea r..t.Jij
$ 00 I contest. .
14 eOFFV .2 -
Q Shadow Panel 2 FOR $5.00Shirts Q:: "
t For you college students withan
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FOR To JIatch eye for a real bargain don't .tIS: fI
2 FOR $3JOO #j miss the week end sale at EAGLE Q .'
2 FOR $5.00 DEPARTMENT STORE. You can """" .:
"". stock u 'on Cannon,towels and.washcloths e pjac :.
MEN'SHANDKERCHWFS BOYS WESTERN CUT ,as well*as. .sheet and pillow ;BADE "A" DREi1'1
: SUPER FORMBRAS FIRST QUALITY I cases, all at marvelous sale prices! ;
DUNGAREESt Why not:take a" colorful, washable
; HOSE viscose rug back to school with .
f Our Reg. 15c : you tobrighten up your room.Theyy .
u -* will be on gale too, this week
In a variety' of styles including 60 gauge $1.00 per doz. ( end at EAGLE'S. '4 f/ '
f1oatini'. tiori and padded. 9 : '

Sizes 28 to 44-A: -A-B-C, Cups :MEN'SSTRETCH Don't read this paragraph unless tt-:

10 OZ. you are the lady who has always
88c 2 Pr. 5 1.00LADIES SOCKSOur dreamed of the perfect bedroom

Best Regular .69c Pair \ SanforizedDouble slipper. Take it from me, NITE- i HICKORY RANC
AIRES has created, with you in
c Sliced
Knee mind, from the softest most luxuriant -
LADIES SUMMER SUMMER terri cloth, a light weight mule ( Rilldlessi
2 Pair 51.00BOYS' ze416a that will measure up to all you
HATS ever wanted in comfort and style. Breakfast
HANDBAGSs19L Its medium wedge.. non-slip leather

.59OR sole, and complete washability
1 guarantee a real feet-treat. The
: :' $ price is tiny, but you'll feel as if -
ea. you're walking on a million dollars. VJ SAUS
Look for these slippers in the MAY
Wash'n Wear, Plaids and SHOP. 'N iI P.S.G..LICEDBoiled
LADIES KNIT SHIRTS Stripes. Values to $2.49 '

$1.00( .22 Now is the time for vacationing, _
2 FOR $3.00 '
for travel. And now is the time :
that set of luggage you've .
". .. I I I- to buy .
been wanting. Travel in style with "-
; .
MEN'S QUALIFY a four piece set of specially -- *
LADIES I priced luggage from MADISON ,t", .
i PANTIESFinest Shorts & Athletic Shirts; JEWELERS. The ginger toned r "'\ 1/ '
fj tBLOUSES or JAMAICA men's set of four handsome piecescan "3I'J
be yours for only $32.86! The : : .,' E i -I
; Run-Proof Knit with Our ,Regular 89c each Sizes, women's set, in either gray or : "
.' blue, is selling for just 529.2L This .. > 1
Elastic Band
leg or leg. 44
; 28 to 36 to 46' ; !
train hat t .
r. set includes the case ,.
jj. .Sizes 5 to 7: Regular 49c : : box, over-nighter, and weekender. ?

I Sounds too good to toe truebutit
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Ever get that horrible feeling "
: LA12ES dME
when you start to pack for a week
t ,. 8 to 11 : Regular 69c Dacron and CottonShorty BETS end trip that you haven't got anything [ > HAPPYVALZri
to pack! If your 4th of July
jk Pajamas and Gowns Our Reg $1.00 & $1.50 week end calls for sport clothesdon't iivL
; panic. You can outfit your-
J 2 Pr. $1 mOOGIRLS k" self and little sis too, at amazingly PINELAND WHO

2 FOR $3.00 fi9 77c low prices. DEPARTMENT if you shop at STORE.DAYLIGHT PICK1FYNETASTE

._, Daylight has in stock "Sun Fame"swim
-- --- ;
suits In a number of styles I
BATISTE.PANTIES GIRLS JAMAICA and. colors. Only $1.98 in sizes 3
BED SPREADS ,CANNON TOWELSJumbo to 6x! One dollar and ninety-eigbt : MARSHM

r Short &, Blouse" Sets pennies can buy a lot at Daylight. -
Take your pick of pedal pushers CHARCOAL
bermudas, and Jamaica., Match
Washable Sanforized A '
them up with an attractive shirtat BRIQUE
variety of styles and colors
Double Crotch t ; the same price. If you want to ..
look smart on a shoestring, see RONSON CJ
0 and Panel'Sanforized .
& x 2 FOR .$3.00 .,,:" 1 what. Daylight hasto offer. :- i LIGHTHICK

__ Sizes 214.r Reg 69c Also Pedal Pusher Sets Y 1 The weatherman predicts fineveather (
for the holidays. But fun
:. 2 FOR $1.00j GIRLS lantless; Viscose; Rayon Wash- Size 22 x 44. Reg. 98c in the sun is no fun if you haveto .: "j.- C
Protect and relax your ;
f squint
CAPRI PANTS able. No Ironing Preshrunk.Our : .
of ;
eyes with a well fitting pair : .. R
j / Regular: $3.98 shatterproof, Polaroid sun* glasses. -: :: .: '
: ANDPEDALPUSHERS IFOR $1.50 MADISON DRUGS carries styles : -' ,
: Diaper Shirt Sets and sizes for the whole family. ... .
I $2.88DAN Here's news for those who wear : : "
fine quality-Batiste-Waterproof WASH CLOTHS 2 FOR'35c prescription glasses and always < .
.. Pants A variety of styles and colors I felt as if they looked like a bug
? sanforized in clip-on' polaroids. MADISON

8Se. $1.00 styles that are attractively shaped
and framed.
,,,. HAVE
<< r- -: : 72 by 99-81 by 99 SAFE-4th OF JULY. 1
: : \..', :. -TONI JEAN :

m A lWtwro.AUT MATIC $1.88 :.1:36 reg.-$1.00 8Se NOTICE OF ELECTION

.. Ltil 1n.r,I&J ,'. Electric Blankets ICED CUPCAKES

.Ou Best Regular election of one memberof
EXTRA SIZE FOAM RUBBERPILLOWS 27 x48 reg. 2.98- $1.88 the City Commission of the
City of Madison. Florida,. Will be LAYER CAKE
*Single) Control'.- $16.95 held in the City Hall, Madison
12 DY ,
9O-Reg $5.98 .
Florida, Tuesday July 28, 1959. ICED CHOCOLATE JELLY
70 3.98 $2.88
x reg.
Reg. $4.98 Registration books for the regis- ',' LEMON CHEESE COCOA
$3.8 Dual Control. .... $1,'.7J tration of ,'otersin be open at ,"
f. = the Clerk's Office. July 8, 1959, LADY FAIR KING SIZE
: 2 FOR $750 ; ,4X6 reg. 7.98, $).98 and thereafter. Petitions for qualify.. SLICED B K 'fc A D

_._ .... '. w.' ... ........-.-.. ,L_. ...... i I -- -I' ., ing candidates must be signed bytwentyfive WHITE,
more electors each
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:: t' ICED
1 filed with the
and must
::':.i.4.lii -,;; ttl"l": U 'II v CAN; CHARGE FT AT EAGLES. "t Hi- 'i .S and Clerk acceptances not later than of candidancy July 14. 1959 must, .- BLUEBERRY BUN

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be Tiled with the City Clerk by ,\
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Yours for tire conservation -
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', Mr. and.MrsC.. F. Rykard. of Madison _, 416 E. PARK AVE.
< '.. ";:r* announce the engagement of their" VALDOSTA GA.
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I Phone CH 2-4595
Q o or Miss Mary Ann Rykardof
--- I Bartow, Florida to

Look for Eagle's big Mr. Bob Yates of Bartowson i -
Your Frame CAN BEa of Mr. and Mrs. R. P., Yates :( S .. .t' "

flattering Choose accessory From ad in this issue of the of Woodland Alabama -
Hundreds to The wedding is planned for Sunday; August 2, at the Rocky
TRADE WHERE THEY ARE Springs Methodist church.
MADE E-R and Shop and Save Miss Rykard attended Madison public schools and was

Twiggs Optical Co. graduated from Florida State University School of Home Econom- '
Valdosta Ga. CH 4-0534 at EAGLE DEFT ics She was a member of the Home Economics Club, and the ffilHIIIESIMHllHHGOODYEAR
Collegiate 4-H Club. She is presently assistant Home Demonstration HOME REPAIRING
Store. Remember Agent, Polk County, Florida with the Agricultural Ex .
tension Service. ,
: Mr Yates, after attending schools at Woodland, was 'graduated GARAGESFree
1 more shopping day from Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, where he was BAY STATION
BRYAN ELECTRIC; CO.'Reduced president of the Agricultural Council member of the Dairy Estimates
this week!, Our Specials Science Club, and Alpha Phi Omega honorary fraternity. He is U. S. 90 EAST, MADISONEII11HIISIIIIII1- No Down years Payment to pay, up to 5

currently employed I as Assistant County Agent of Polk County, -
will be good all Next I with the Agricultural Extension Service. *I CONST. CO.

COURTESY AND SAFETY 411 E. Savannah Ave.
t week. FOX GO-BOY CARTS Phone CH 28081VALDOSTA .
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I motorist would be more courteous f: Car
"* Foreign
.. GO Dr and Mrs Marshall Hamilton :
-:.. : and daughters, Gayle, Nancy, and there would be fewer accidentsover ,
Repossessed Bonnie, have returrvxl from their I. the Fourth of July weekend --
vacation to Kent ckV. The Hamil- than there were during the recenttwoday t Tires & Tubes ALBRTTTON ,BROS.

.. ton's visited Mrs Hamilton's father. Memorial Day holiday. :-
k 1958 45' 10' W 2-Bfc WITH Mr J R Nunnelley, in Lexingtonand ,.! Martha Johnson Dodge safety, as well as the famous regular TRACTOR CO.
WASHER camped with friends from Columbia c consultant, offers the following 1m
Buyer Can pick up payments S. c., in Mammoth Cave' suggestions for your July Four l FIFTH STREET
National Park motor trip: TEL FO 2-2381
cHow Pine Truck
Used 1. Have your car safety-checked. Stop YOUR MASSEY-FERGLSON

2. Plan on the unexpected. \ DEALER
1957 SKYLINE 29' x 8, 1-BR WITH WUD-U ? 3. Drive at a safe speed. LIVE OAK FLA. I
AIR-ONDm01\rR -100.00 DOWN
4. Don't drive if drowsy. _
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1953 COLONIAL 30'x 8', 1BR $230) Build a home on your lot or farm 5. Steer clear of "tavern fog.; : T -

DOWN NTo money down. 7 ;years to pay.No If you follow these suggestions,. ;.:h:
abstracts net'ded.Ve do not you may prevent an accident-j .
Many Others to Choose from keep your deed. As low as $33.70per own. A1 .
mo. We build anywhere in ,
KELLER'SMOBILE Florida, no travel added. Block or
frame $25 in cash for lead of Lt and .Mrs Donald Kellum and
sale mailed to- daughter, Cathy of Lincoln Neb,,
HOMES1MILE came Tuesday for, a week's visit I

HOMES here with his mother, Mrs Roy
Wainwright and Mr
ON 19-98, PHONE 6004K 902. South Range Madison Florida They spent- last week in Savannah : 1

-1- \visiting\ rs Kellum's mother ana I
other relatives Next week they will _
spend at Panama Beach with Mr

l 1 and Mrs Wainwright who will be .. I

l l vacationing there with their daughter _'V .., ) J" I
Miss Ann Kellum, and son-in
law; and daughter, Mr and- Mrs
Dave McGriff and daughter, Cindy

IDEAL FOR FARM SHELTERand all of Tallahassee ,

COST LESS than you expect to pay! Mrs Evelyn -Taylor x:- and children :

left Wednesday on a several- days WE : PAY'
trip and are touring interesting ;

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I Randell H Rowe, Jr, holder ot : ,.
F Fft 1 Tax Certificate No. 41 of 1953 ; ...
dated the 31st day of August, 1953 -
has filed said certificate in this

.. office and made application for > -0 percent -' .
Tax Deed to issue thereon in accordance ;
with law. Said certificate .
embraces the following described ..
property situated in Madison County, -
Florida, to-wit: LOT NO. 7, BCK 1, r

fou gel more s'rengthless weight, lower.tosf TOWN FRALEIGH-SMTTH OF MADISON.SUBDIVISION_ < O.N INSURED flVING I
The assessment of said property
with Prvcfen-expert engineering make the difference. "
under the said certificate issued ..
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prudes Clear Span Framed- to roof.Standard widths are 30,. was in the name of Maggie Sampson. ':. : .. ;;
Buildings offer the widest rent 4o,SO and 00 feet,and buSdiags Unless said certificate shall be -
tflity for agriculture shelter can b9 any length- redeemed according to law, the Look Forward Start Saving Todayl! Money Depositedby .
forxnachine sheds, You metre best nIce with 4
ideal 1st.
They are sold 10th of Month Earns From
abaTe described land will be
Pruden Trained SoHdinc be
poultry houses, loafing bars,
Cannes hoc farrowing houses cause TOO incorporate all at public auction to the highest Bank With Confidence When you Save at '-;
and many other needs such u bufldin; materials each to its bidder' on Monday the 3rd of AugustA.
4' school bas garages, track-ter. best adrantace.BuQduic our to D. 1959 at 11:00 A.l. and
"ainaia warehooHSf fir bu3d enclosed with wood steel ala Tax Deed issued thereon.
aria=,asbestos block or other r -
l&CltttC.Pradea Clear Span ftaUrt materials. Many root material Witness my hand and officialseal D. THE CITIZENS BANK OF PERRY
'afford azaobltnlct.cllDt.rlori art wed.Pradea 8tiHt&ci art this 24th day June A.
'|raTrt31 w a iAd frca floor. mm yenatil.t o. 1959." .

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was the setting for lovely shower Mr John Fedorowich of Rt. 2 !
OAKH1LLNE\YS honoring Mrs Bobby Buchanan a Madison underwent surgery at a Congressmen Wire \WATERMELONS

recent bride. Sit down games were Jacksonville hospital Mrs Fedora Look for
thoroughly enjoyed Mrs Calvin wich is staying with her son Joe Good News! \ 1 Eagle's: big
assisted the hdooree with Bochnia and family in Jacksonville.
Oak Hill H D Club % June Buchanan Three cars of watermelons were
25 in the home of Mrs Theron the opening of gifts. Miss Hazel shipped from the local SAL depot acl] in this issue of IhER
Arnold and Miss Helen Crafton Newbern of Aabumdale. Miss Joan Telegrams received here last week.
with six members and, practically
Mrs Morrison Bill Fourakers as visitor. Mrs assisted with the serving of re- Agner returned with them after from Senator JimLners; : and Con stopped due to the damage of extreme and Shop and Saveat
L Wynn gave the devotional APortrait freshments. Mrs R L Crafton was spending a week with MarcaretNewoem. : gressman Matthews revealed thatan heat it was reported and
co-hostess. Special visitor was Mrs American Tobacco Co.
Proverbs buyer the remainder of the is
of,a lady using crop going
scripture. Ross Arnold mother of the bride Mr and Mrs H L Penn igton will be oa' the big :Madison tobacco forward by truck. EAGLE DEP'TStore.
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Reports were given by.irs of Quitman.. Ga.R spent a short while with her another market this year. About six cars were reported
Mr and P Buchanan had Mrs Lilla Crafton. Also visiting her .
Jeanette Coody on girls 4 H Short loaded in Greenville several at Remember
as supper guests Saturday Mr and were Rev and Mrs W L W mi. Aucflla and has ,
Course. Also some tips on sewing. Arnold and family of Major W' E Black of Air Force shipping been
Mrs J L Davis reported on, foodconservation. Academy quite heavy at Lloyd.Mrs .
near Colorado
Quitman. Regular summer cleaning of Mt Springs 1 more shopping day
Mrs R ,
Friends of Fred McCleod will be I, Horeb cemetery preceding big Colo. is visiting his sister Mrs W
reminded the club of lamp workshop interested tohear he joined the meeting 3rd Sunday in July will be C Ragans at Lee and mother MrsJ
July 17. Also July Council of Air 'Force May 27 and is stationedat held on Saturday July 4. We realize C Black and other relatives in R :Thompson of Bunnell, this week! Our Specials
meeting and summer cleaning Valdosta Ie on leave His visited her mother Mrs Georgia
San Antonio Tex We wish him this is a holiday but we urge you familyis
Mt. Horeb cemetery on July 4.Mrs visiting relatives in Athens, Ga. Edwards in Madison. While here
success in this venture. to pack your picnic basket come on will be good all Next
Morrison gave a competent Black I attended
Major teaches Economics at she the Srcy-Grahara
decoratingusing Mrs M J Donelly continues quite out get an early start so as to get
demonstration on cake white iced cake! UL Mrs Don Xiregori of Tampa, through in time to celeSrate. Bring the, Academy. wedding. ,
two layer week. .
a flowers, leaves and Mrs Bob Smith and daughter Robin lawn mowers, baskets for moving -xNancy -x- '
as base finishing adding with Happy Birthday of 'PeekskuT "N'Y are here to -be trash yard rakes 'and 'don't for- Foster daughter of 'Mr ,
ribbons lettering. The cake was served with their mother and grandmother. get your wife to use either. Came and Mrs Herman Foster is at Miss Florene Morrison left Tuesday --"f;. : $-V8J:4''t-
delicious salad plate Mr and;Mrs JD_ Agner and two enjoy the work fellowship fun and I by plane for Omaha Nebraska -
along with a Ttw children.'"Mr* I; F; Reaves and Mr food. home convalescing from measles. where she will visit her brother, .Mr: Dui.F311"* Sr. of
and punch for enjoyed 4>y alL Paul Agner spent Wednesday ands Chairman Cemetery Committee She was a patient several days at I T. Sgt. Miles Morrison:*,?oat>L pAitt I ivisitinjrl&I ; mother. Mrs Tampa is
meeting was ThutsdayCirfth 'M! .ariz'1 4ttaJ D. R. L. CRAFTON a .Valdosta hospital,'' ''-' Air Force Base, Walker L
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A Nation Under God "


Lesson for July 5, 1959 : ,
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44'TPHIS NATION, under God" ".; : wr'
1- has been a classic phrase ever __ _' r. .
since Lincoln said it The expression =
had no doubt been used before i:('-, .

him. Indeed the reverse side ..., I.,
of the United States seal, which 1 : -WIUI: : .1111'I1'i! ':' :"
can be seen on the back of any 1fi .. ." -S.
dollar bill, shows an unfinished

pyramid, right ,:,

under an eye, jo' -
which the designers '. .,;. ,
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the eye of God. .. '.' .
For the motto

over the pictureis

COEPTIS. This 'e'er"'
being translated rMa
IIIICAUD H He has ..
approved the Dr. Foreman I I
things which have been begun."
But who is "He"* It can be none i

other than God For without his .
approval it does no good to brag : ,

about anybody else's. f

The Cods of the Nations SS e'S

So from the very beginning; oar- 4 "

nation on its;official seal has ac- } }
knowledged that is was begun and
must continue under the eye of

God His approval is vital. We put ;*
"In God we trust" on our coins.We

open Congress with prayer every
day it meets. We administer sol- ; S :

emn oaths to public officials. Evenin

the army, where you would per- y.S' .
haps not expect it, the Departmentof S 5) S 55"S 4 55*
Defense sees to it that every

man has the opportunity to wor- '5SS 55W 55i %
ship God. At Fort Knox for instance .
there are not less than 20 wKy

chapels provided by the army and
used every day 'by Roman Cath- r'S 24J -5
olics, Protestants and Jews.'

It is not a novelty or a peculiar .

thing, for a nation to recognizeGod rsc.

officially, and to keep Goda THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
gad of some kind-before the
eyes of the people. Armies have
had chaplains since back in the
The Church the factor earth for
greatest on
times modern of sense the Romans-not of course, but in pro-the S ?=* } ALMIGHTY .GOD, in ;.Whose love and eternal l care .this world has_55, the building of character and good citizenship.

fessional religious men who accompanied found. its sole meaning and. ultimate destiny- 1 bless; this .House. T It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a
the troops. The Chinese ,.- ; : -'
Church neither democracy civilization ;
emperors used to sacrifice annually In"the exercise 'of a holy freedom our.people have chosen that man strong
to the God of Heaven We all know .. ? ... can survive. There are four sound reasonsvhy

about the Japanese Shinto, a relig- who with his helpmate here abides. Whether we support or oppose hispolicies every person should attend services regularly and

ism.ion all In tied Abraham's up with intense patriot- lead us to uphold him in his sacred duty, to the preservation Of support the Church. They are: (I ) For his ,
time and
before that, the priest-kings of Ur our Constitution and the safeguard of our liberties.. own sake. (2) For his children's sake (3) For

used to sacrifice to the city's spe- the sake of his community and nation. (4 J For
c.1l: deity, Nannar the moongodEvery Strengthen him and his counsellors in the fulfilment of their trust. the sake of the Church itself which needs his

nation has some God Even Enlighten both his supporters and his loyal opposition in every search for
the wild Scythians, who bowed toro moral and material support. Plan to go to
the best solution to the problems that beset our nation and our world.
other god, would thrust a bare church regularly and read your Bible daily.
sword into the ground and offer reserve the peace, never letting the flame of freedom flicker for one _

sacrifice to the sword. moment in oUl*1eartS. Day Book Chapter Verses

Where We Hang Our Hearts
Sunday Hebrews 3 4-6
Whatever: a man hangs his hearton And guide the families of our land to the Sources of Light .and. Monday Psalms I 1-3
and depends on, said :Martin Psalms 119 41.48
Luther, that is his God What a Life and Love multiplying the influence of the Bible, extending the Tuesday Wednesday Ephesians 3 14-19

man hangs his heart on, in reality, witness. of the Church that the blessing wevoke upon this House Thursday Romans 12 16-20
may not be the Cod he officially Matthew 5 13-16
acknowledges. "In God we trust" .. Isaiah 58 8-12
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says every nickel of our money. :.
But do we trust Cod or our money? ... !' Amen.Copyriglle ,, -'t" :.- -- ,.,. h, \-.
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What do we depend on? ICBM's, :, '.. .w- ...' "" '"
those intercontinental ballistic 0 ., :
missiles that can destroy whole IOSO Keister Ad" Sen-ce. Strasburg, V..: \
cities at one shot* IBM machines,
those immense robots that can

solve problems faster than any ._a.. ...... .. .... ..' -.. F.' "'... ". -- -. ,. \.
human beingcan? What is it that ftr "
can render us secure* Space satellites -
More education* Democratic

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balance-keeping other nations always -
In debt to us? Capitalism? These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals and

These are all godssomebodyhangs

his heart on these, some or Establishments:
all of these and depends on them.
But they are not God e e e s lMN7NO.AN.: ) N :- :- . ., rsm.v.u-.lF .tt .

The God of Jess Christ I

is summed up in Paul's title for DUNN FURNITURE CO... .
him in Romans 15:6: "The God The Rexall Store J. J. Sale, Jr., Owner ; it -
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and Father of our Lord Jesus :MADISON, FLA.
Phone HU 3-2300 Madison Phone HU Madison. Fla. \
Fla. .3-2383.
Christ. Any sort of alleged god Madison! Florida ., .
who does not measure up to that, t.:} ) .. ... x, Phone HU 3-2340
is no true God. Any "god" who .. .'7t. .
bears resemblance to
no family
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have disowned, is no God. This .. .. .
proposition should set us thinking.One BATTERY. & TIRE CO : Inc. / ':" 'I..,.'
of the thoughts is this: A fav- ;: : "' '
orite book of Jesus in the Old Test- MADISON, FLORIDA : MORROW.. INSURANCE!. ': .' QUALITY CLEANERS *
amount, one he quotes often was :. AGENCY .
: -5. ;,, .... When your clothes are note becoming "
Deuteronomy. Now the book of Florida \; :- :; .
ilBRYAN Madison,
Deuteronomy makes a great deal ; f 5"u 0 '.' to you they should be
of the idea of a nation under God. ELECTRIC CO. .:

But close to the very beginning of ... ... coning to Us Pfeone HU 32255CHERRY'S '"
that book you will find the Ten Wiring and Repair-Appliances :- : ,
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Commandments. The true God is .... .- -.. .. .. .. 1.' c _. ....
the one who gives to man the law MADISON FLORIDA FRALEIGHASHLEYTRUCK J .:..: Ahdison, ..
by which he lives. No man and no T ._ _
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claim the favor and protection of Phone HU 3-2241 Madison. Fla. -:'- -* CAN TEY MOTOR CO.
God.and at the same time defy him C. L. McCLANAHAN Madison. Fla. '
by breaking his laws. The God and .

Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, I HU 3-6570 Madison. Fla. Madison, Florida .
bec-use he U indeed the High God .
says to every nation that profeua I
to be "under" Um:' De you mesa . ':':':':,:':':,:':':,:': '. ':':':':':':':':':,:,r,:

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A REAL sharp trader doesn't* need "con get around to buying MORE good things improved property values, a better job, .

:nections"-or "special discounts" or cat for you and your family.It's .. more people to help you carry the load

''al logs, or any other gimmick to get what of normal community expense.

ihe buys at BETTER than whole s al e. trading material and TRADE

ALONE builds communities with-better All of this =which you don't get for

Maybe you think we're kidding opportunities, -better* schools*, btter' your money when you buy somewhereelse I

churches, better neighbors. makes the cost of the actual

.Not at all. It's a fact. When you BUYin j GOODS.very I low when you buy them

the community you LIVE in, you know Any ONE of these advantages could at home.
that every cent you pay for goods and bring you returns beyond measure in a'

Services above wholesale cost stays here BETTER LIFE, as well as real CASH .returns -! That's how the' SHARP TRADERS get
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( i Shown above is Terry Doyle (center) of DeLand, winner of I

the 1959 "Scholarships for Leadership" essay contest sponsoredby
g ar a the Florida Power Corporation. With him are, left, Marshall

Lane, DeLand's Community Development Chairman, and J Frank
of delicious flavor!
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Roesel District Manager of the utility company's DeLand office. '
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Hundred, Years was The the Greenville setting, 4:00 Methodist o'clock church Sunday Miss Calvin Wynn, Paul Wells, ad this issue of the
One Ago. Carolyn Fulford and. Winston :Miss Ruth Ann Warren, of Greenville in
afternoon June 28. for the Johnson entertained at the home of
wedding of Miss Lavonne Hamrick, Mr and Mrs Edwin Wells, Tuesday whose engagement to Gene
Since the first petroleum well was opened by Edwin L daughter of Mr and Mrs R F evening, with a surprise weiner Wheeler was announced recentlyby E-R and Shop and Save

Drake in Titusville, Pa., August 28, 1859, the oil industryhas HarArick of Greenville, and Lee C roast, complimenting Mrs W E t her parents, was complimentedwith

become one of America's largest and most important.In Bishop son of Mrs Lee C Bishop, Hutto, who left Wednesday morn- a miscellaneous shower on at EAGLE DEP'T
speeding and sustaining this progress, banking has also of Greenville and the late ing, for Frankfurt, Germany to Friday evening given by three

played an essential part. Today, as always, banks, stand Mr Bishop. join her husband who is Specialist I Greenville hostesses Mrs Clarence
ready to help business and industry meet the nation's Seven-branched candelabra and 4th Class U S Army. Mr Hutto Andrews Mrs L L Harper and MrsE Store. Remember, only
ever-growing needs.Florida tall standards of white gladioli expects to be, in Germany approxi- M Page'sr. i iI
stood at either side of the lighted mately one more year and Mrs I II 1
The setting for the charming more shopping day
cross. The altar rail was entwined Hutto will stay to return home. I
with fern and white satin. Lace with him. I party was the GreenvilleVoman's

Bank at MadisonMember trimmed fan arrangements of white In addition to the' roasted weiners Club beautifully decorated with this week! Our Specials

porn pon zinnias completed the and marshmallows "there were cup greenery, and arrangements of

Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationAnd altar decorations. Miniature fans cakes and punch served on the summer flowers. Punch was served will be good all Next

Florida National Group of Banks i were used to mark the family pews. lawn. from crystal bowls in which were I

The_ Rev Wayne Stutzman offi Personal gifts were presented to rings of frozen fruit. Small cakes
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crated at the double-ring the honoree. week. .;
mints and nuts were served with
Dr Deborah Coggins Miss Suzanne Strupp pianist, and
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the punch. The honoree received
Miss Cecilia O'Steen, vocalist, furnished -
music. YOUTH WEEK BEGINS MONDAY, many beautiful and useful gifts. .
AVON CALLING a program of nuptial ,. .
To Study Psychiatry The traditional marches were used. Madison relatives and friends at-

Wallace Studstill served; as best Monday through Friday July 6-10 tending the party included Mrs' /
Good income for women over In GainesvilleDr man. Darrow Hutto and Cecil Sis- will be youth week in Madison. Graham Wheeler, Mrs T F Hay
25 who will work and learn. trunk were ushers. Piloted by the Methodist Youth Mrs C C Wells, Mrs W B DavisJr
We train McGuire maid- Fellowship, the week has been L.
you.Vrite AVON Miss Betty was
Mrs Dale M Leslie Mrs J D.
Box 3103, Tallahassee. Fla. Deborah of-honor. She wore an afternoon planned to be one of fun and
R. Coggins left Tuesday -
Scruggs Jr, Mrs W V Bunker and
and enriching experience -
fellowship an
for Gainesville where she 'will frock of blue crystallette, fashioned
-i- with bateau neckline and cap for all the youth of this Mrs Griffin Bishop.
study Psychiatry for two years at .. J
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-. the new University of Florida sleeves. The flared skirt fell from area. The 'theme, -HAVE QUESTION I

Miss Mary Ruth Kramer has Teaching Hospital. Dr CoggLns will 'a pointed waistline, and she carried --WILL ASK", typifies the ROCKY SPRINGS H. D. CLUB
returned from a visit with relativesin be a resident physician there..' At pink and blue carnations on a inquiring-mind of youth asking about
Mount Vernon N Y. the conclusion of, her courser she fan of pink lace. Her head-piece himself, his world and hisGod.. Rocky Springs H ,D- Clubmet
---- _-- plans to return' to"1" Madison and was a bandeau of pink petals and Young people from all over the Wednesday June 24, with Mrs J H
limit her medical practice to; psychiatry. Madison area, no matter with what Calhoun with eight 'members and Best-foryour"tepee-
Look for Eagle's big net.Miss Ann Cone and Miss Ann church they may or may not be one visitor present. -
Miller were bridesmaids. affiliated' are cordially invited to After the business session games I
Their gowns of pink erystallette come and participate. were played and a stork showerwas
ad in this issue of the SUPPER PARTYDr were fashioned identically to that Beginning Monday night in the given for.Mrs W J Goody. Our Home Protection

of the honor maid. They carried Methodist Fellowship Hall with a Many lovely gifts were received Package gives fire
Deborah Coggins was entertained blue carnations on blue lace fans sack supper at 6:00, the activities and you ,theft
were greatly appreciated by
E-R and and Saveat and
Shop with steak Wednesday liability insurance
a supper and wore bandeaus. of blue net will be varied and specially planned the honoree. on
evening by members of her and petals. for the different age groups. Delicious refreshments were jour home with one policy
sewing club at the Priest's river Rev Edward Carruth of .
The bride was given in marriageby served by the hostess and were en- one premium. It may
lodge where Mr and Mrs W B
Lyons, Ga., and Miss Polly
her father. Her was ; .
gown save
joyed by everyone.Attending : you money. or give
Clark and children
were spendingthe ashioned with a bodice of lace tel of Perry, Fla. both experienced
Store. Remember; only week. Dr Coggins left Tues- embroidered in sequins, long tap- workers with youth, will lead in Gulf treat you more coverage than .
day to attend the University of Presbyterian
ered sleeves and a sweetheart neck-. discussions and recreation. separate policies..or both.
1 more shopping day! Florida. line, softened with folds of tulle. Each evening's session will close camp this week are Frank Argen- Call us to learn more about
The supper table was placed on The bouffant skirt of net over satin I with a worship service in the Sanctuary bright, Randi Ashley, Phillip Beck, this package plan -
the porch and lighted with candles. was appliqued with sequin trimmed : led by various youth groups. Sarah Jean Copeland Elliott Flick,
this week! Our Specials i Members and their husbands attended medallions of lace, and a panel of: Come every night if you can but .Joe Gammon, Suzanne Knox,

lace extended in a chapel train.I. come one night at least. You are Katrina Lanier, Bonnie Oliver and

will be good all Next Sherry Woodard and Helen Her veil of illusion fell from a. guaranteed a wonderful time. Rip Prine Mrs Charles 'Knox, whois Morrow Insurance r
of embroidered net, encrusted -
headpiece a counselor there this week, and
Smith attended the Baptist Girls
with sequins. She carried a BRIDGE LUNCHEON Mr David Lankr accompaniedthem Agency
week. Auxiliary Camp at Camp of the
white Bible, topped with a purple .
Suwannee last week. FETES BRIDE ELECT to
near Branford camp. .
throated orchid, showered, with Phone HU 3-6250
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feathered carnations and MADISON, FLORIDARepresenting ,
streamers. Miss Marion Moore, whose en- Mrs Wayne Burnett and daughter -

Miss Louretta Stephens kept the gagement to Marion Roberts was Robyn has returned from a
SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLYlProtect bride's book at the church. announced recently by the bride vacation visit in Pensacola with her Hartford FireInaurancc Z
Mrs Hamrick wore a sheath of elect's parents, Mr and Mrs S H brother and family, Mr and Mrs Company
beige Miami cloth trimmed with Moore was the inspiration for a John Copeland. Croup! -

sequins, 'white accessories and a bridge luncheon Saturday given by

corsage of orange lilies. Mrs T M Howerton and Mrs S A ,
:Mrs Bishop Sr chose a bouffant
Smith. The private dining room at '
model of lavendar organza, trimmed iph9d 7IP.l (ij(1WV.f:
with lace. Her accessories were. Hotel Madison was the setting for

white, and her corsage was of the entertainment of twelve guests.A .
laxendar roses. three-course luncheon was served I r i SECRET "HAS A TElLING

The couple left for a wedding after which tables were arrangedfor ; ..EFFECT ON MOST PEOPLE For fixing. things

trip of undisclosed destination and bridge. Miss Ann Folsom won i VI

will be at home in Greenville. after high score, and Mrs Bill Cave, low ) around the auto, be

a July 5. score, prizes. The honoree, received
The bride ravened in a light I
of silver in her pattern .
blue sheath and white accessories. a piece I ,a, sure to have your repairman -
from Mrs Howerton, and asilver f .
Her corsage was the orchid from i .
her bridal bouquetMrs and crystal compote from Mrs Re- '
your car the year Bishop was graduated from Smith. Mrs' S H .Moore, mother of see: us.
around against rain 'I
Greenville School with the her bridal "attendants
High the honoree,
heat and paint-fading sun...with a NAVACO Carport member that we
Also makes an attractive patio Cover. You'll class .of 1959. and close friends were guest carry* .
of maintenance-free Mr Bishop was also graduatedfrom Smith assisted with I I ,, .
get years service...because it's :Miss Nancy
made of finest aluminum with a tough, baked-on Greenville High 'School and is the entertainment of guestATHLETE'S I everything fine in the'
enamel finish and reinforced with extra-heavy tempered presently shipping clerk for Florida
steel understructuie. The strongest, best value Plywoods, Inc. I : Auto Parts line. .
carport on the market! Ask to see official Pittsburgh Mrs Lee Bishop entertained at FOOT GERM I ., _-
Testing Lab report Only $249.00 Protects your her home, Saturday evening following HOW TO KILL IT I; 185 -
$3000.00 to $5000.00 automobile!! the rehearsal for the Bishop- IN 3 DAYS, if not delighted with .
Hamrick wedding. STRONG instant-drying T-4-L :

20" A bride and groom stood near liquid your 48c back at any drug
I I LARGE' 10' X Watch infected skin sloughoff.
e 2490 S an arrangement of Shasta daisies on store.
... ....... 1.0W At the refreshment table. Watch healthy skin replace it.
d.'Ilill95 ONLY A MO.e .- Miss Elizabeth Nolan and Miss Itch and burning are gone! U 4' f

Olive Galphin, both of Fernandina: T-4-L FOOT POWDER teo-gives r
QUICK DELIVERY! Call TODAY served refreshments of ribbon antiseptic soothing protection. TODAY rL AUTO PARTS, Inc.

sandwiches angel cake rolls, and at SMITH'S DRUG STORE. i i .. < ut ,1"dand,<1 r ftra.t i ;
fruit punch "x advt- j CMACH NE ,tJq.p :S YICt /
Howerton Supply Co. The bride-elect and her attend- ISDN; FlA. P oti .JiU 3", 2 1.
ants, each received corsages sented the best man: and ushers ,

SOUTH DUVAL ST. PHONE HU 3-6G81- '. ,her Miss Hamrick presented gifts to gifts. Approximately 25 attended. I LIVE OAX FLA, PH. FO 2-2329; QUJTMAN, GA., PH. 4401F
attendants: and Mr Bishop pre- this affair.
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at thE(airport,, d-pot or wharf, statue in Copenhagen. There
of butter was so large and
as the case be and take f I. I
may ,
were also
m.fmtDR many, many paintings \thick we thought at first it I

.V him to the hotel, and then i tapestries, murals, and I must be cheese. The Norwegian -

rilSUWW. m Tt4 'OYCATMN 4.MfilCUtTUBAl AMD WDVSTRIAI CENTER Of NORTH fUJBlOA again back to 'his point of so on and on and on, most of I krone figures a little

MADISON. FLORIDA departureand it was rather which it is not possible for I more than 14 cents, as does I i ,
relepnone HU 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. unusual, and a little disconcerting one not versed in such :: I (
things I the Danish
krone. The Dutch
Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance 'j
at first, to have a young 1 to remember. One painting, _
A Delayed Renewals 4.00 Per Year guilder figures about a quar-
lady open the car door for the 1 however, not so large, that w edo 1 ter. I
Rates Made Known
Advertising on Application man to get in, and for her to remember is of one of the !
Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June pay the taxi and dispense the i former kings of Denmark who

25, 1908 under Act of March 8. 1879. tips, instead of the other way 1 had died and was representedas At Home By FireplaceThe

around. However, they said seated in Heaven with
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT JR. a Gideons were recently in .
AND ASSOCIATES that was the way it should be1;1 vacant chair beside him reserved -I ]Madison county and received

and, after all, the writer had for his wife, whom he contributions
I for their work.
MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 ; paid for the tips, taxi, etc.,I must have loved so dearly on I ]In our hotel room in Oslo we

NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 when he purchased the pack- earth, when she should join
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 picked up a Bible in the Norwegian :ATj.rWINTER. ::
1 him in
,- age deal before coming. That that happy land. language which we

T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. kind of an arrangement is think was supplied by that I
C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor quite reasonable too, and it organization. Here in the room PARK FLORIDA

MRS. A. W. VANN City Editor saves the traveler a good bit At, Elsinore in Copenhagen is another Bible, I June 30--Catherine Cornelius of
of bother. Women I was awarded a Rollins
are quite
SID in Danish, and on a fly-leaf is College Achievement Scholarship,
The Emerald IsleWe active in public life here, as We have been shown many a translation of John 3:16 ini i Dr Schiller Scroggs, Dean of the

4 well as, if not more so than,I castles too, the most noted being liberal arts institution, has announced
p seven languages: Danish Eng-l i
rum M were glad to see the at home. Of the three travel I Elsinore, made famous byShakespeare's lish '
German, French, Russian
Catherine is one of 39 students
green fields of Ireland as we service representatives have Hamlet, which '
we :
0 oy and two.others. English becoming from all over the United Statesto
( 1959 approached the Shannon air- met so far, all were young I rye visited yesterday afternoon.I the receive an achievement or honor
universal ;
0r port. After being suspended for women; and of the three sightseeing -' Shakespeare wrote about Elsi- language; scholarship- from the 74-year-old ,
at least, so far as the West'' college.
several hours (we figure about trip guides so far, two nore; however, our guide said I '
: is concerned. Most of the peo-! A graduate of Madison High
twelve hours between New were women. 'Many ofth that he never was there, justas pie School she was a member of the
on these sightseeing i
Very Little Night York' and_ Shannon) two or women in Norway, and quitea I some people at home say ale j'Americans Beta Club. National Honor Society.
that ; we heard two Spanish Club, Science Club, and the
three miles above nothing but number here in Denmark, are Stephen Foster never saw
These lines are being writ- boys talking yesterday and) Annual Staff.
ten in Copenhagen, where the clouds and water, it feels. goodto blonde, and many of the Norwegian the Suwannee river, though |told one of them they must She is the daughter of Mr and
others he did. I IStork's ] Mrs Burch Cornelius.
writer has a few hours yet see and get on land again. men are quite tall. be from the Southern.. United .

before leaving for Stockholm.It And Ireland is a plenty green; w Mates He said they were'! -

was raining when we it is well named the Emerald Building Up Instead of Nest J from Alabama. We usedr;-the i I I, T CONSTRUCTION

reached New York from home Isle. word "reckon" in speaking to1!

last Wednesday, but every day I Tearing Down One thing that impressed the a girl on the sightseeing trip: New and Remodeling

}since then has been delightful.It Four Guilders A Dozen writer here in Copenhagen wasa esterday, and she used the i I Howerton Supply Co.
has been cool, but not uncomfortably At the front of the Town stork's nest, first he had ever word back, so we told her she

cold except on the We did not get to go up Hall in Oslo, perhaps the most seen, perched on a house. Thisis must be from the South. However -,I

boat trip from Oslo and that I town at Amsterdam, but, even imposing structure in the city, now the hatching season, she said she was a Yankee! I. .. ., "

only when one would be out I so, there was a good bit to see one) might expect to find statues and we had hoped to get a I from West Virginia. The :

on the deck with the wind at the airport. Holland is noted of generals, kings, states- glimpse of Mamma Stork, but I travel service girl who brought CoolNAVACO AWNINGS

blowing on him. And there is I for its flowers, and while it men and the like; but it was Mere disappointed. The guide the writer to the hotel here i] HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.

very little night here at this was a month or so too late for not so here. There were six says that the nest is. two the other day was amazed :

time of the year; only about the tulips, there were many or seven statues, and every one meters in diameter, which our when, in registering, he put his :

two hours if that. We saw a other attractive flowers and represented the field, of -building Arithmetic students will recognize birth year down at 1887. She' ----------
i "* Mrs C K Hayes and
man loading some stone into fruits at the flower and fruit or construction. One was as more than two yards said he must be joking, that l lchildren of Homestead were recent

a truck in 9:30 o'clock stand. Gorgeous rosebuds were of a carpenter, another of a wide. There are 710 storks in i such could 'not be true. Per-I guests of Mr and Mrs R C Home

at night in the broad open selling at four guilders (approximately brick mason, another of a hod I Denmark, again according to haps she thought that a Grover

daylight, and we have gone to' a dollar) for a dozen, carrier, and so on; and how the guide. They winter in Africa': Cleveland first administration,! ;'
bed each night so far in dayLight ... and there were many peoples I appropriate this was!, recog- and spend the summer in Den- baby should by now, if still HEATING
each time it I nizing the mark. And they mate for life. be
although living
wa buying them. Some of the largest building Up instead I sitting at home by t ,

after ten. _k ... strawberries of the tearing down; glorifyingthe the fireplace .instead of gallivanting Sales and Service
one sees were I I
at the fruit stand, also large bringing of the more abundant At v around over Europe. General Electric Gas & Oil
I I life to all instead of the Fifty CentsMost
raspberries. Oranges at the I I Central Systems Heat
Well Fed fruit stand, the little girl said,I destruction of human life. I of the writer's meals COMPLETE: LINE I Pumps

from Spain and the bananas I have been paid for inHhe pack- i
The plane trip over the ocean were Gas Floor Furnaces
vas uneventful, although a L from South Africa Waiting For WifeOur I age deal, so we do not know FLOOR -TILESAND

great I sightseeing far what they individually cost. The Welch\ Co.
experience. We stoppedat trips so I i However, breakfast this morn-

Gander Newfoundland,' and I Snow Near Oslo have had quite a bit, not at I ing was not, and it might be CABINETTOPSHowerton

then: at Shannon, Ireland, both all exclusively, to do with sculpi interesting to some to know Phone CH 2-7355

of these quite celebrated air Up at Stavanger Norway ture. In Oslo we were taken to I what it cost. It was at a Supply Co. VALDOSTA, GAS
into the ; verynice ,
people came airportdressed
Frogner Park "where
are more
ports, especially the latter.
I for winter, althoughin than a hundred sculptures by| : hotel, in most excellent !I ,i
,The next plane stop was Am surroundings, and consisted of
reality it was summer. one master, Gustav Vigeland. I :] ; i
sterdam; the next, Stavanger, an egg -omelet, coffee, much
Many of the men had on over In a sequence of sculptures he I', : -
Norway; and then the next, more bread than one could I .
coats, and one woman we depicts the tree of life: birth,|
Oslo the capital of The I .
Norway. eat, a tremendous slab of ,
I noticed was all wrapped up childhood, adolescence, court-:
p ane. wag rather crowded, as butter. and some marmalade. TIMBER WANTED!
in a coat and had on mittens ship, marriage, parenthood, :
iras to be expected, with perhaps I'I 'Cost, three kroner and 45 ore
besides: It really wasn't that old age, and finally death -j i
around a hundred passengers (we cannot spell it is *,. ? Any pine timber for sale, regard-
cold the writer was very and the cycle begins again. ore; o, r, .:"
on board; and sleeping V Meat rf quantity; selective cutting or
comfortable in just a light Here in Copenhagen we wereshown i :e, with a diagonal line throughthe i- wfx4e tiicts. Please call ABEL,,

under the circumstances was winter suit-, hut we were many of the masterpieces o), which figures out about ,t.. .. > u ;GEORGIA. ,. 7161 .or 7501, COLLECT.
not so good and rather brief fifty cents. The 45 the write
; ; ore was CT
tod! in Oslo that it had snowed of their great sculptor, :
%... 'besides tip they add that in with the
1 since we were flying towards ; ,
near there just a few days Thorwaldsen. One collection of ;

!,.daylight The plane people -ror1ier. these is of Christ and the disciples bill I which arrangement is much ffirCOOKTpERCO.

?kept us well fed, however; and our guide said that :more satisfactory. Here in P. O. Box 499

_ in fact, we had to decline a the Christ I Copenhagen they give one ADEL GEORGIA
Girl Taxi and of the Andes, on
"meal on the way to Oslo since Pays Tips the highest peak between the 'about eight times as much

we couldn't just sit and eat so Our guided part of the tribegan p countries of Argentina and'butter as they do at home.

much. at Oslo-they meet one Chile, is modeled after this 1 Our first meal here, the slice


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Mr Francis Phillips accompanied Mrs J L May of Forest, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN When buying your
by his son Howard, visited his I Mississippi, is visiting her son Mr A1FOR MADISON COUNTY.IN I. More refreshing-

mother in Hawthorne, Sunday.x Elzie May and family for several CHANCERY E-R from Newsboys .

weeks. Ruthie Mae Roberson Lee Piaintiff
Mr and Mrs Leon Drake and -x- vs.Mack Please DO NOT park in the Fewer"calories !
Mr. and Mrs Leon Drake Jr and street and.make you; newsboy run
children of Lakeland visited .Mr Mrs Elzie May and daughter Lee, Defendant. out into the street to make a saJe.
and Mrs Harry Drake and baby Cissy, left Sunday for a weeks DIVORCETO Kindly pull over to the curb. x
during the weekend. Mrs DrakeSr. vacation at Fontana Village N C. : Mack Lee: whose residence and Our newsboys have instructionsto Ib

remained for a longer visit I Enroute there they were joined by address is unknown. STAY OUT of the streets, and Insist on ?
with the Drakes and her new; Mrs E H Holloway of Macon for You are hereby notified that a we will appreciate your cooperating -
grandson. I the trip. Bill of Complaint for Divorce has with us AND THEM for genuineGOLD

been filed against you, and you are THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very I' f .
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of NUGGET !
Complaint on the Plaintiffs At- Betty Fraleigh has been visitingin t
torney R E Cowart, whose addressis Quincy for ten days.x V
Madison, Florida and file the BUTTERMilK
original answer or Pleading in the Mrs Delia Thigpen of ,Green- IplNlq
office of the Clerk of the Circuit \iile was admitted to Tallahassee
Court in and .for Madison County Memorial hospjtal June 26. where you shop! .;

Florida on or before the 17th day
of July A. D. 1959. If you NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ,
to do so, Decree Pro Confesso will MAKE APPLICATION FOR

be entered ag inst you for the relief FINAL DISCHARGE .. -
demanded la the. Bill of Com FLORIDA STATUTESIN
plaint. COURT OF THE COUNTY -- .
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The Enterprise-Recorder is hereby JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY, .;
which said order shall be publishedonce I In .
re the Estate of Henry Harris '
weeks.a week for four ((4) consecutive Shipp, Deceased In Probate.TO Your Local Distributor
Witness roy hand and official seal
DAYSUPER8RAND this 17th day of June, A. D. 1959. ;
js[ DALE M. LESLIE, Notice is hereby given thatR '
E Cowart has
Copy Seal Clerk Circuit Court filed his final
Ancillary Administratorof
report as
By: Jane W. Baker, D. C.
( June 19, 4t-ch-REC the estate of Henry Harris Shipp,

B .G deceased..for; that final he discharge has filed, and his that petition Phone Hunter 3-6400(!

t Su -Grade TobaccoTo he will 'apply to the Honorable -- -- ---
Curtis D -Earp, County Judge of
39 .Dr' and Mrs Charles E Bruhl L B Allbritten of Daytona Beach.
,.1.8 Be DiscountedThe Madison County, Florida, on the and daughter Charlsie, who are Mrs Fennell and Mrs Doughertyare
: BAG llth day of July, 1959 for ap- visiting in Greenville, have> been Mrs Bruhl's aunts. Mrs Fennell
.. proval of same and for final dis- the house guests of Mrs Ida visited in Madison many years ago
U S Department of Agricul- charge as Ancillary Administrator Dougherty of Lakeland and Mrs as the guest of Mrs. Ida Hinely
ture has announced that price sup- of the estate of Henry Harris Shipp, Nellie Fennell and daughter Mrs Dunn.
QUANTITYPrices RIGHTS: RESERVED- port rates for a number of additional deceased, on this 10th day of June,
Good Thru Frida Y. July 3rd. flue-oured tobacco subgrades 1959.R. -----

established for use beginning with COWART, as Ancillary
the 1959 crop will be set at levels Administrator of the estate of COMPLETE PEST CONTROLFREB

designed to move these tobaccos into Henry Harris Ship, deceased. r
the market rather than under loan. 41.4tpdREChigher
Since most of 'the new subgrades
L, represent tobaccos with undesirable than Average quality thatto '
superior tobacco of
qualities sharp price support dis-
our current level of exports can
590 counts are anticipated for them be maintained. 6 JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist
3 'L8.1 when actual loan rates for all
ii CAN grades of flue-cured tobacco are Growers are therefore urged to $ 111 East Green St.,
only proved cultural harvesting, ...
announced in midJuly.This use 293-J '. )-.:. : -. 't
Unit one announcement is intendedto and curing practices. These can be Phone '.t .-: ':' ;ft.t"Jt ..,. ". '..:
w irA expected to result in tobaccos with '
$5,00' inform growers of the price support PERRY FLORIDA :
the characteristics desired both
0 FOOd : by
Or-de. discounts planned for tobaccos
with undesirable qualities and to export and domestic buyers, and to We exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and,

I urge them to eliminate these qualities bring the production about a of marked tobacco decrease with un in Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etC
insofar as possible throughthe
wanted objectionable characteristics.
use of proved cultural, harvestng. ,
and curing practices.
USDA officials said that if it is,

ND SMOKEOHAtAS found that despite low loan levels,
SUNHYV undue quantities of the undesir-

able subgrades are put under support 1 t.
this year, the loan rates for .
these grades can be expected to Y y .w. E

be further lowered for future crops
---even to the extent of withdrawing -

1.849t price supports on grades of
questionable merchantability.
In recent years USDA has repeatedly -
found it necessary to
establish additional grades of flue-

cured tobacco, largely because tobaccos"
with peculiar or undesirablecharacteristics

have appeared in -. C
each new crop. These characteristicsare \N I
4 10 6 generally attributable to the
Weight introduction of new varieties and
A to changing cultural, harvesting.,
and curing practices.
"A"HrNS' Tobaccos appearing ii the 1958 3
GRADE I crop which were particularly un-

Dr. & desirable were those with a gray- : .. ..' .. A
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green, thick, slick leathery appear .....: ...
QUICK L8 39 I ance. New subgrades have been ...:. .:.}:J::;
FROZEN added this year to cover such to- :'?H. ;;<;;.., .
bacco. Other subgrades have been ..''nL.:: .; :.:;;i ::
established to describe scorched New-type concrete brings you tomorrow'+ ghu t today

i green* and long rank tobacco. Also .

several additional grades have

baccos.been established for mixed -to j jI The "feel of' the road" is good and solid

I Among the cultural practices
SUPERBRANDCE genera h associated with the undesirable ; new-type concrete gives you the'smoothest ride ever!
\ characteristics are heavy'
CRiAtA fertilization close spacisg! new -
methods of sucker control, toppingpractices No onnoying dips-no bothersome! bumps!The very
\ 1 and irrigation. Curing "nature of concrete permits it to be laid truly level
techniques used by some growe"; according to engineering standards-not just New Interstate Highways
offset the changes introducedby pounded into shape. or for U.S. defense, .
eHOCCUTe.YANI rj to looTint's
S9 varieties cultural practices New-type concrete gives a smooth ride for an
V oS.1t new or life of 50 and There two
\. in the lo equality r expected years more. are why concrete; k viiL It'sthe
also are a factor for this The durable itself
.WIEIl being good reasons : concrete only pavement that can be engineered
flue-cured tobaccos supported by a specially designed subbase gives to heavy loads,never loses
6o\\on\\ offered. even greater load strength: and a new process called strength.This assures. mobility and
VZ The export market traditionallyhas "air entrainment"prevents surface roughening from freely flowing supply lines for va&tary -
taken about one-third of Up winter weather and de-icers. emergencies.
flue-cured tobacco production. Tms Yet first coatis moderate, upkeep expense is low. ,
high level of exports has been based I Good reasons why concrete is preferred for the Inter- .
on the traditional superior quaMjof state System and other important roads. '.

J.1l GREEN STAMPS U S Hue-cured tobacccv_-Department : U12E1stCllo&lalDtMOrtaadInartIk.";:; ,
tobacco officials emphasized PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION ,s

.that it is only by.continuing A MtMNM srgimai MIliH to improve mad extant At+UK of cencrttes ? .:


Up And Let The Children Grow Up

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Auditor Discusses HOSPITAL NEWSPatients I Smokey Says: j Look for Eagle's big

Sweet Potato PlantsWE Acts Of Madison Mrs Eloise.Admitted Ragans: Mrs Mrs J T Lula Holland BE SURE TO! PUTOUTtiaRCAMPFIRE1)4u115.F.XS) ad in this issue of the

r Rowe, T M Howerton Jr, :Miss
E-R and and Saveat
June Sherrie Raker, Walter B Jackson.

Auditor Bryan Willis reported today Raymond;: Taylor Mrs Viola Mays
Monroe Willaford, Ruby Webb :Mrs EAGLE DEPT

SEED VEGETABLES, FRUIT, LARD CANS, WIRE FENCING without mission made several purchases Marilyn Drake, Margaret Pinkard,
asking for bids. Irs Sarah Tyre Mrs Evelyn
TOBACCO TWINE, STOCK SALT. AND GROCERIES Willis in an audit for the fiscal Mrs Lorraine Balmer. Mrs Rosa Lee ': OUTS Store. Remember only

:.j years ,ending June 30, 1957 and Rutherford, Charlie Wynn George ,

1958. said the board bought a fog Wiggins Jr. Mrs S A Kinsey Sr, 1
more shopping day
.- machine for mosquito control with- Mrs Lydia Hi1LDischarges

J. L SURLES & SONS out asking competitive bids. The : Luke Provan Mrs I

machine cost $1,260. :Mary Barrs, Marguerite Pittman r this week! Our Specials
He also noted that I
many pur-
108 S. Horry, Phone HU 3-2365 :Madison, Florida chases were made of concrete pipe, Miss Sherrie Raker, Robert Ragans, Z'"
Woodrow Waters, Mrs Eloise Ra-
will be
all Next
lumber, gasoline and oil in small gans. Miss Ruby Webb, Mrs Ollie, I good
Be all fires !
sure are oat
lots worth less than But
$500. he .
WUNa a If' a.-. w . I rtcCall, Margaret Pinkard Mrs I
said over a year's time the pur- week.
- Evelyn Tyre, Mrs Sarah Tyre and '
Mrs Carroll Smith
chases greatly exceeded $500. of Tallahassee
Wilson Connolly Bids need Mrs Geraldine Fielder. and daughter Mrs Robert j' ....
Look for Eagle's big not be taken for pur- BABY DRAKEMr
chases under Cotton and of N Y
. $500. and Mrs Harry Drake an- son, Lee Rye, RICHARD ALLEN DRAKEMr

ad this issue of the Miss Michaelena Connolly daughter Willis criticized the board for nounce the birth of a baby boy, were guests Wednesday of Mrs
in ;
paying $25 a month rent for an born June 25. The baby weighed 5 Fred Hardee Mrs Cotton was in and Mrs Harry Drake announce
of Mr and Mrs William C offjee for of the
a justice peace.
lbs. and 15 ozs.COLORED Tallahassee to attend the ordinationas the.birth of a son, Richard
Connolly of 474 Arricola St, St He said' the attorney general has
E-R and Shop and Saveat PATIENTS Deacon in the Episcopal church Allen, born June 25. He weighed
ruled that such office
Fla and repeatedly
Augustine Bryan Admitted: Carrie Bell Overstreet of her brother, Columbus B Smith. 5 Ibs, 15'i ozs. He will be called
Wilson Jr of Mr and Mrs E B space should be paid for out of the
son Toni Williams. Born to Carrie Bell Ri k.
EAGLE DEPT fto -*-
Wilson of Madison exchanged justice's. Overstreet on June 23, a baby girt -
Willis reported the financial con- Mrs Charles Campbell of Kis- -
marriage,vows at 4:00 p m Sunday She weighed 6 lbs. and 12 ozs. At 6 the Fire De-
m Saturday
dition of the county school board p
simmee, who is the
Store. Remember, only June 21, in a. ceremony held at the was good, but that transportation \ mer here while spending Mr Campbell sum-is partmentwas called to. Mickler'sDry

: home of the bride's aunt, Mrs T D expenses for the period exceeded Cleaners where an overheated

1 more shopping day Leslie, at Jasper Fla. the amount in the Minimum Foun- Miscellaneous ShowerMiss working on a degree- at F S U, electric motor connected with a
will be director of the choir at the "
Greenery, fan shaped arrange dation Program. fan was throwing off dense smoke.

ments of gladioli and candlelabra Other county officials given a good First Methodist church for the Damage was confined to the motor.
this week! Our Specials, report were Circuit Court Clerk Mary Lou Cozart popular duration.
holding lighted tapers made a
bride-elect was complimented witha
Dale Leslie and County Judge Curtis -x-

pretty background at the living Earp. But Willis noted that Earp's miscellaneous shower on Wednesday Being alone without feeling aloneis
will be all Next.
good room mantel for theVbridal party. records were not entirely adequateand June 24, given by Mrs 0 H of the
one great experiences of B B44oPIQ1
The bride had as' heronly attendant recommended his opening a Home and Mrs W G Pinscn at the life; and he who practices it hasacquired I ;Yeat%
home of Mrs Home.
week. her aunt, Mrs Thomas D cash book.Sheriff.

i Leslie. Mr Wilson, was his son's During the evening games were an infinitely valuable poss
played and prizes awarded. Punch ession. '
best man. The Rev Mr Norton
ATTEND SERVICES FOR Moore Urges cake 'squares, potato chips, and -David Graysonx
officiated at the ceremony.
sandwiches, were served. Twenty -x-
Mrs Leslie was attired in light
,- guests attended the party. essence of snobbery is to
Mr and Mrs J L Wycbe were blue sheer with matching accesso- You To Visit The honoree received many beau- Presented by your Doctorof
value Medicine II tlth
at a
assess according to a wrong
week end guests of Mrs Wyche's ries and flowers. tiful and useful gifts. Her gift from Service of the Florida Utdieal -

sister, Mrs D B Torn in Jackson- The bride chose for her wedding Ranch the hostesses was crystal. type of scale; the snob is always ,Local Anocittion Medical Society.CHRONIC and. your

ville. They joined Mrs Torn thereto Alencon lace and organdy fashioned ; Boys ... trying to measure beauty with a

attend the funeral'services, at with fitted bodice of lace, short thermometer or weight with a ILLNESS:

2 p. m. Monday of their sister-in- "f. WRECKS. CAR clock. A SERIOUS PROBLEMThe
sleeves and low neckline and full Visitation Day and a watermelon -
law, Mrs Marion Croasdell Young -Arthur Koestler word chronic it derived from
pleated skirt of organdy. Her short cutting will be held at theFlorida "
who died Wednesday, June 24, in Charles Bell, of Jacksonville, : the Greek word chronos, which
Sheriffs Ranch located -x-
Boys near
Miami Services were held at St. circle veil of french illusion was escaped injury in the wreck of his C10 means time. A chronic disease in
crown flowers. Live Oak, on Sunday July 5.. Visitors Mrs Rabon and sons Harris
Paul's Episcopal church in Arlington. attached to a of ear in an accident which occurredat medicine is an illness of long dura-
will be treated to ice cold Wade and Jimmy of Wildwoodcame
tion. An acute illness as opposedto
She carried a Colonial bouquet of 2:30 a. m. Saturday on State
watermelon as well as having a Road Tuesday for a several days a chronic disease-is one from
carnations with streamers of satin 245 South of Lee. Sheriff
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chance to see the facilities developedthus visit with her parents. Mr and which the patient either dies or recovers -
When I was a young man I observed ribbon. Moore, who assisted with the investigation completely within a limitedtime.
far for Homeless boys at the Mrs A H Wade,"and her aunt, Mrs
that nine out of. ten things Mrs Connolly, mother of the ranch site.Sheriff said Bell apparentlywent E J Harris. .

ldid, were failures. I didn't want bride wore pink-,:printed' voile, Simmie Moore said that he 1955 -to Oldsmobile sleep at the wheel. His -x- conditions Some; typical are arthritis chronic and diseases rheumatism and
to; be a failure. So I did ten times white accessories and white car- has tickets on hand for the watermelon -- was damaged Snobbery is pride in status without ,' blindness, cancer heart and
the amount of $800.MOTHER .
mOre work. nation corsage .Js ,' ,cutting. The purchases' : of -a pride. .,"in function. circulatory diseases, cerebral palsy,,
: Shaw 1.00 ticket by an adult ijttl enTitle I Lionel Trilling diabetes, epilepsy, impaired hearing,
George Bernard Mrs Wilson chose light blue mental illness, multiple sclerosis,
sheer for her dreSs.!ir matching accessories him to "all! he can eat"' and TO TEACH IN ATLANTA -x- polio and tuberculosis.The .

Mr and Mrs Harvey Hawkinsare and corsage of pink roses.A to take home a larger melon. Chil Mr and Mrs Bryan Wilson were chronically ill person usually
dren's tickets are a quarter., guests for several days of. Mr and disabled, at least to some degree
vacationing for two weeks In reception followed immediately: Miss Jean Ragans a recent grad- about and
The Sheriff explained ,that the Mrs E >B Wilson, en route from although many can get
uate of the University of Florida be Self-supporting. There
Miami. are
The bride's table in the dining even
melons are from a five acre plot their wedding trip to the mountainsof
estimated 25 million in
with A ,B degree in Education, an persons
room was covered with a lace slanted and grown by the boys Tennessee, to Jacksonville where. the United States suffering from
will teach on the faculty of the
cloth and centered with the tiered themselves; at the ranch and funds they will reside. some form of chronic illness. Of

I wedding cake topped with a minia- derived from this event will go Druid Hills High School as 'an .. -x- this number, some one and.a half
structor in English, this tall t I
in-I million are invalids, incapable of
of Miss $ircy Rowe is at Panama
ture bride and bride groom and towards further development. getting about. With the rapid increase -

encircled with a circlet of net and the ranch program. Beach this week serving as a coun- in the number of older persons -

/ 111 flowers Mrs J F McMahon, cousinof The Florida sheriffs; Boys Ranch DIES selor at. the Baptist GA's camp.x and the greater incidence of
chronic illness in later years, the
is a project of the Sheriffs of this
the bride cut the cake. Punch Mrs T G Bouland and little daughter .What we anticipate seldom occurs; number of chronically ill will undoubtedly
state to give home to unwantedand
1w was served. The guest book was 1 I Sandra returned last Wednesdayfrom what we least expected generally increase.
homeless boys. Thus far there In addition to older persons, children -
kept by Miss Juanita Mickler of I Philadelphia Pa. where she happens.Benjamin Disraeli
and adults also sub
are 12 boys making their home at young are
fI$ / It St Augustine. the ranch with around 40 expectedby spent some time with her family ject to chronic: illnesses. Rheumatic

After spending some time with September.Two folloWing the sudden death of her COMPLETE LINE OF fevers heart disease, arthritis, tuber

mother Mrs William Andress. Mrs culosis and polio are among the
their guests Mr and Mrs Wilson cabins have been 'com- Andress died June 15 and the Foreign CarTires&Tubes types of chronic diseases suffered

left on a wedding trip to Gatlin- pleted each housing 20'boys, and by young persons.
funeral was held June 19.
burg and other places of interestin other buildings are in the processof Chronic illness presents many
t problems. Health authorities state
the Tennessee.mountains. .They construction. The entire after- Madison friends will regret to that the two major aspects are pre-
are at home at 1666 River Road, noon of July 5 will be -devoted to vention of the disease and care and
the watermelon cutting and the learn that Miss Mary Fortner who as well as the famous regular rehabilitation of those who arc ill
5 Jacksonville Fla.
Apt ,
showing of the buildings and ranch spent the winter here with the Rev GOODYEAR line or disabled. As medical science is

Both Mr and Mrs Wilson were facilities to the visitors. and Mrs Paul Touchton 'suffered keeping people alive, for longer

, graduated from the University of periods, the attendant problems such
a stroke shortly after she left here Yeflow! Pine Truck Stop as chronic: illness must be met and
in June. Mrs Wilson '
a. received DIES OF INJURIES IN and continues ill at her home at overcome. ..
a degree in Physical Edu- .
CAR WRECKMr Centerville, Tenn I
.. .. cation and will be on the facultyof '

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duPont High School in Jackson-
UNIVERSAL tUETtTAS; Monroe Willaford, 3. of Mrs Lome Alters, and son, .

ville.Mr Nanki! ,. Ga., died Friday nIght, Lome Jr were received- into membership ; -

Wilson graduated with B. S June 26, in the 'Madison County of the First Methodist ATTENTION -

t degree In Agricultural Engineering Memorial Hospital of injuries re- Church by letter from the Methodistat ;
I I He is a member and past vice- ceived in an auto accident at_&30P. Homestead, Fla. Captainand '

president of the Alpha Tau Omega m. Wednesday on US'90 six Mrs Allers and son, Lome,

s t s social fraternity._ He is presently miles east of Madison. \vho have been visiting Mrs ADen, r. .. r. ..
employed with the Ford Tractor According to investigating offl r parents, Mr ana Mrs J P Morrow If you are thinking of building anything-think to. get

*> *" '" Jtabulator -, Co of Jackson\i1Ie" cers Sheriff Moore, and Trooper '' '.' *
.. for fifteen dais, left Monday for
value 'I Joe Peavy Mr Willaford I'I'
was a Caribou, :Maine, where Capt Alters Lu.r
BURNED IN GAS OVEN FLARE passenger in a truck driven by j will, be stationed at Loring Air our prices on MAYOROC Blocks, Roofing,
Raymond Taylor, also of Georgia i -
Force Base.
which wet out of control and
Mrs Jim Al Townsend
I was painfully !
I burned on the aim and face left the pavement. Both men were I Shingles, Jalousies and Awning Windows,. Doors, Nails,

.Only portable with bIg-type. I in the explosion of a gas oven tat thrown from the: truck. Taylor rE-i Look for Eagle's big .
writer ceived
tabulation broken
separate the Madison Stock Yards about 10a. a shoujier, and '
dear i Stt leys Willaford landing on his head, Paints, etc., .

...- .Exclusive"Se -Set" margins m. when Tuesday.Mrs The Tor accident'' vend strucka happened suffered fatal injuries. ad in this issue of the i .

keep page always balanced match to light the oven in which Funeral services were held Manday .. '

The only portable typewriter. the gas had been left on. She was in Quitman. Burial was at E-R and Shop and Saveat 'IT COSTS NO MORE TO BUY THE BEST \

. ,', witttfos Ct1dt.TGIt. treated by a local physician.Mr Lebanon cemetery in Brooks Coun- i '

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-;... ( automatic line.find.r, and Mrs W G Pinsonand ; t,:

':- extro-w de writing line, keys Mrs Mildred Driggers spent SundayIn FATHER DIES : .. MATS 3LIME r- .ia

.:.. molded to fit fingers, big Pensacola where they visited Store. Remember only .:----- .

r'lROChine .margin release end their orother, Hazel Home, who is a Clarence Kelly died June 28 in : \, ,
a Woodbine: Ga. hospital. Among .
many other bp' -typewrite,fed patient at Sacred Heart hospital
the' survivors is a daughter Mrs .1 more shopping day
:. lures. Complete with there. Mrs Driggers who has been
;:.. cttodte-type visiting here, returned to her hom Arlene McGuire, of Greenville. PRODUCTS CO he. .

carrying case in Jacksonville, Monday.x this week! Our Specials .
;' Who hath not learned that when .
CeJar stofd! .;Soo.mitt -
Hearts may be attracted by assumed alone he has his own thoughts to :r

" : .4.Fava.Cone in and try R! qualities but the "affections: i guard, and when struggling with will be good all Next r ,.<.- -: '

fixed but by those; mankind Phone'SWift 4-3131 r MayoiFlaridae ; .
are not to be his temper, and in societyhis .,, >( .
that reaL tongue! -. -i '
Enterprise-Recorder are .cot.: ..,
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Funeral services for L Donald

Studstill Sr age 61, who died June

23, in Cocoa, Fla, were held at
to:3a m Saturday in the T J

Beggs Jr Funeral Home. Burial
was in Oak Ridge Cemetery. Mr
W. B. Davis, Jr. WantedABOUT I J. P. (JIMMY) POWERSBOX Studstill was a native of Madison. IfotiltImitf

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: 100 ACRES with no He is survived by his wife, Mrs

ACREAGE FARMS house, for waiting buyer. Laura Studstill, Cocoa; two daughters QUARTERLY SUPPERThe ..
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL and all improvements.
UNDERWAY AT Mrs Virgil Lewis, Lovett; three I
OF TITLE large farms. COUNTRY CLUB sons, L D Jr, George and Tommyof ment held the quarterly fish fry 10 per cent Down Payment

TITLE INSURANCE SMALL HOUSE *to' Madison, Cocoa; five grandchildren; three and supper Thursday night on the I HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.

112 West Base Street good section, reasonable price. brothers Howard Studstill of Madi- grounds back of the Fire Station.
MADISON, FLORIDA The annual men's championshipof sons, Tom and Archie Studstill Guests included the firemen, city I
Phone HU 3-6277 Mary Rainey both of Greenville two sisters,
the Madison Country Club is ; manager city commissioners, police RECEIVES AWARD
I under Mrs Bill Browning and Mrs J L and office personnel and their
BEFORE SELLING your timber 660 S. Jefferson St. way according to Dr A F -
or timber land please see me. Were MONTICELLO FLA. Harrison, president of the beautiful -Loper Sr of Tampa. wives. About thirty guests enjoyedthe Johnaihan D Kaney -Jr and
also interested in buying a Phones- nine-hole course. Sixty of the The Rev Richard Wynn, pastorof affair. Suzanne Strupp of Greenville at-
limited amount of pine-hardwood BUSINESS WY 7-1625 club's limited full membership of the First Baptist Church at tended the high school press insti-
pulpwood delivered by truck to RESIDENCE WY 7-3381 100, are competing in this year's Cocoat and son-in-law of the deceased .- Miss Toni Jean Wells was the tute at FSU last week. Suzanne was

Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. title event -. officiated at the service.I week end guest of Miss Jean Gano among those receiving & year book
See, write or call WANTED: 3 waitresses and curb Mrs. J. W. Chason is the new in Pensacola. Florida. award '
Mrs Dale M Leslie
L P. GIBSON girls. COUNTRY. KITCHEN. champ of the Madison Ladies organ #
: Rt. 3, Madison. Florida 43-at-ch Golf Assn. with Mrs Lester I music. _
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 I I Register runnerup. Flight winners Active pallbearers included Messrs
HELP WANTED were Mrs John Ross, Mrs Bruce I Charlie Brooks Keith Jarvis, Clyde WE BUY
FOR SALE HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. Bryan and Mrs Bill Bunker.A Reeves, Colon Jarvis, Cullen

Good Rawleigh business now beautification program, where :Howard Hazel Wood Watts Bush,

Spacious, Srbedroom, large available in Madison County. See each fairway is bordered with a I Carlton Hudson and Albert Wald- Pine Timber-Pulpwood Poles '
C E HOWE, 914 White St., Live native shrub or flower has brought ,
kitchen dining room, living
Oak, for information or write favorable coo nent from visitors. rep.Honorary
room, and family room. Two RAWLEIGH'S, DEPT. FAF 140 329, : Messrs Dannitte Mays, T.M. HOWERTON, JR. ...
Memphis Tenn. 41 45 Homer Jarvis, D Jarvis, Vernon
Two lots. Near 47, pd
ceramic baths. Mrs Jack L Wells and daughter, :McHargue Will Cason, Joseph King S. DUVAL ST. PH. HU 3-6681 MADISON FLA.
school and college. Only $2500 MALE HELP WANTED Christine, are spending the week ,and Bailey Wynn.
down Wonderful Opportunity for high with Mrs Wells' parents, Mr and TIMBER PURCHASED IN BULK OR SELECTIVELYCUT
caliber energetic men between Mrs J W Fullerton in Penney
Need your attention.and paint. ages 25 to 45 with old reliable Insurance I Farms. Miss Audrey Newman has returned -I

BROADUS WILLOUGHBY Company. Excellent pay and I -x- from attending the National I FORESTRY CONSULTANTS TIMBER MARKETING
training program during training I Miss Toni Jean Wells was :the Library Convention in Washington, PROPERTIES -
i REALTORPhone period. If you have the above I guest of friends in Pensacola over D. C, and a visit in New York
HU 3-6481
f office qualifications call HU 3-2369 any I the week end. City.
t Phone, residence, HU 3-6481
time for appointment 40-tf-ch
/ a
WANTED: Paint jobs. Experiencedneat

. HOUSE FOR SALE painter. Reasonable price.
Work guaranteed to please.

Three bedroom home on Range PETE SUGGS, Ph. HU 3-6315 ,

street Large lot good neighbors,only 37-3t-pd 1 1I

$5950. % down, balance 550 month. WANTED: Residential or Business I
Homes, 9Q2 S. Range, Madison. building lot within or near City
. 43-lt-pd.; limits of Madison. Write P. 0. t

FOR SALE: Two lots, 10 and 11, Box 265. 39-tf-ch I I I 1 1 ii .

in Yellow Pine Subdivision. Phone NOTICE OF INTENTION TO D


FOR SALE: Pair red bunk beds I
with guard rail Mattresses in Notice is hereby given of the intention I .
of the undersigned to regis-' .
fair condition. MRS JOE GAMMON .'
HU 36360. 44-lt-ch ter the following fictitious name. '. .
FOR SALE: One G-E refrigerator and the following trademark

and one practically new clarinet SUNCO I I I IIi y
! with case. PEP'S CAFE HU unJer which he is engaged in busi- ,

3-2522, or HU 36562. 43-lt-ch ness in Madison Florida.
FOR SALE: Hay peas 90 per cent
First publication May 29, 1959.4tch I
germination HUGH GIBSON. '
phone HU 3-6895. 43-3t-ch 1I .

For your grinding and mix-
FOR SALE: Cow peas germination
90 per cent and above. HOWARD ing on your farm, call WEST


Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 1e

I For Sale collect, or contact Mr Henry

Messer, Madison, Fla., Office '" '
New '58 and '59 Johnson and HU 3-6144. 26-tf-ch
phone eI
Evinrude motors 3 to 50 H. P. .

Big Savings and also boats. LIVE STOCK AUCTION D .,- .:1 t. .

JOLO MARINE MART SELL: your cattle and hogs in our
1410 San Marco Blvd. auction each Monday. Sales start at
Jacksonville, Florida 1:00. MONTICELLO. STOCKYARDS

Monticello, Fla. 3-tf-ch
FOR SALE: Coastal Bermuda hay, ..,
rye straw, and oats straw. JOHNW.WADSWORTHRegistered -

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I 39-3t-ch
Surveyor '; .i. .. -
We have seasoned tobacco sticks
for -sale. See J L GRUBBS. Phone HU 3.2372
Quitman.. Ga. or call 4731. MADISON FLORIDA : ': .,
40-4t-ch :
For All of custom
""" your

FOR RENT Grinding, Mixing and ..-..: .
RENT house '
FOR : Two-bedroom -
1 ;
kitchen equipped (if desired). Formulating of top quality -. '- -

Gray house 1 i miles west of feed, callCAVE'S HU 3-6616. ..
Madison in Hancock Terrace. Apply
.. rky.
across street at MR. JOHN F. R. M. FEED -
, DOVJAK'S house. 43-3fech : -
STORE. Madison, Ha. .
FOR RENT: Five-room house. mod- :: ... -,:<
ern conveniences permanent oc- '"
cupancy. Contact MRS K DEM- SCHWINN BICYCLES .
" BINSKI, Cherry LaKe Route 3 ._
Franchised Dealers & Service
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; Talk, as they say, Is cheap. When you're looking for-value In t
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
car you want proof.
and furnished room with cooking; .
privileges. MRS. G. O. PURVIS J. D. ScruggsFORESTER That's just what Plymouth gives you. Plymouth has proTftJ
928 S. Range. Phone HU 3. 386; Its Big Difference m Economy, for instance, by"wlnnlng Its Y-8
during day and HU 3-6408 after: .<':1 i class in the MobUgas Economy Run for the third straight Iea '.

5 p. m. 43-lt-ch REGISTERED SURVEYOR .7.', Plymouth can prove its Big Difference in Ride, Performano* -
I Comfort and Features, too. Take a '7wo- liJo /
Try-Out" toda
FOR RENT: Two very nice cool, i iI Ph. HU 361851LDISOl. ITO

in city. Ph HU 3.2523. MRS J J lj -
:NEWM AN.' 41tf-ch

-Need extra HELP$25 WANTED to $50 weekly Firm Timber Ranch Loans] : RAGANS MOTOR CO.
Route work on your day off and Long Terms Low InterestSEE
evenings brings extra cash. Wifemay ; .
f help too. Write -
THE MADISON COURT HOUSE 700 East Base Street Madison Fla.
Dept. 2, Box: 2766 DeSoto Sta. ,
Memphis 2. Tenn. 43-2t-pd EVERY TUESDAY MORNING. r Itbh.

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CHURCH Services and Mrs J G Ashley a few dajslast IN WOOD
every Saturday at Mad I ,/
REV. JACK LAMB PastorS. week.
A service Sunday1st icon American
preaching every Pepei-OoU
Legion Hall.
R. Sapp .:... Chairman Board of !I
Bottling Onpenl
and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. Sabbath School begins 2 m.
2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m' Deacons. Church Service at 3 CONSTRUCTIONNew Ph 171. Perry. Ra.
p. m
.. Billy Bailey BTU Director
Sunday School 1st & 3rd E C
Leroy Cruce Associate Director S S Supt STOP ITCHING!
Sundays 10:00 a. m. HAROLD YATES. Pastor Tele- and Remodeling IN 15 MINUTES.
Sunday School 2nd & 4th Leroy Cruee S. S. Suptiss phone HU 3-6517. After using ITCH-ME-NOT: get
M Merle Bass Song Leader Howerton Supply Co.
Sundays 11:00 a. m. Mrs. Juanita Cruce Pianist ;Everyone Welcome! jour 48c back IF THE ITCH
Prayer Group Meets NEEDS feel
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. .
Mondays 9:30 a. m. I M.d the medication take hold. Itch and
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES I!
Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 m. FREE- COURT
p. Union : Touch-typing course with burning; disappear! Use instant-
Training 7:00 P. M.
Family Night covered dish every SMITH-CORONA FLORIDAIN
portable drying 1TCH- fE-NOT day or night
Evening _. 8:00 P.
supper on Friday night Worship M. typewriter at The E-R. will happen, and we can't THE MATTER OF THE ES- for eczema ringworm insect bites,
Prayer :Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. TATE
_, :-.before 1st Sunday .7:30 m. I OF CHARLTON FLOWERS, TODAY
c > p. can't foot itch, other surface rashes.
avoid them.
Brotherhood meets alternately Just as I 'am without one plea, ADS in this size type begin as low Perhaps you Deceased. SMrnrs DRUG STORE.
with Rocky Springs on t come. Regardless of your clothes, as $1.00.UNDAY avoid them either, or some of NOTICE OF FILING PETITION at advt.

3rd Tuesday each monthat condition.: Whether cotton Homespun them, no matter how careful FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
you are welcome In our S PROGRAM ADMINISTRATORTO and
Mrs Shaffer
7:30 p. m. SCHEDULEW Mr and Henry
Woman's Society of Christian church service., M A F you may be. ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- Mr and Mrs Jim Cowart and baby

Service meets Thursday afP 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music But we can certainly make it CERN: were vacationing at Lake Pana-
ter 1st Sunday monthly ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST 7:55 News easier for you, if the accident Notice is hereby given that I soffkee last week.
CHURCH have filed my final returns as ad-
at 7:30 m. 8:00
p. Baptist Hour does happen.
JAMES SHEFFIELD S. S. 8.30 Gospel Music ministratrix of the estate of Charl- ADS In this size type begin as low
ORVIS J STEVERSON SuptP a Services 9:00 Revival Time See us for an accident policy, tcn Flowers, deceased; that I have as $1.00.

1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. 9:30 Gospel Concert also any other kinds of in- filed my petition for final discharge -

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. 10:00: News and that Iil1 apply to
surance. the Honorable Curtis D GeorgiaPLATEGLASS,
GREENVILLE FLA. Sunday School. f 10:05 Sunday Serenade
... ? County Judge of Madison, County
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. 10:45 Prelude to Worship ,
WILLIAMS\ INSURANCE Florida on July 3rd, 1939: for
2nd and 4th approval
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Sundays 10:00 a. m. 11:00 Morning Worship
of the and 1
same for final
Morning Worship ___._ 11:00 A. M. Family Night covered dish supierfirst 12:00 News
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Wednesday night every mor that 12:15 Afternoon Melodies AGENCYPhone discharge as administratrix of the Company/ / 7
estate of Charlton de
.. 7:00 prompt. 12:55 News Flowers PGLASS
Evening -Worship _>,730 P.JkL ceased. /X *
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M Woman's Society'' of ChrisianService 1:00 Afternoon Melodies .
% 28 BLOCK
May 1959
I meets Monday night alter 1:30 Afternoon Melodies IIU 3-6270.. Madison Fla. /GLASS *

HANSON METHODIST CHURCH third Sunday at 7:30.Brothehood 1:40. Serenade In'*Blua Administratrix OLLIE B.of WYCHE the state, of MIRRORS *
meets alternately i:55News 1_ Brakes Relined
Charlton Flowers, deceased.
Preaching Services every First with Cherry Lake: on third Tuesday' 2:00 Hour Dedsioa: FRANK A GRAHAM JR. Madison, 215 W. Savannah Ave.

I and Third Sunday 11:00 A. band L eachmonth at 7:30. 2:30 Musical Sunday Florida Administratrix. Phone: CHERRY 2-5285
How about it? Won't "
: 7:30 P. M.. you worship 2.55 News. 'T May 29-4t-ch Vaivlosta Georgia
Sunday School every Sunday with us? 3:00 Musical Sunday
10:30 A. P K ROWELL S Sr Supt 3:55
b L ; News .-"-,' !/
Family Night Saturday before ORVIS J STEVERSON Pastor 4:00 Hit Parade .'.

Every second Sunday 4:00'p. It L 4:55 Newsc".-'
REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON, Pasto 5:00 Music Af> Sundown TOBACCO GROWERS !
5:30 Headlines. & Weather
Preaching Every Sunday.1st 5:33 ,

Sunday School 10:00 A. It 11:00 a, m. and 7:00 p. m. CHANGE SUBJECT TO
Horning Worship 11:00 A. b L 2nd and 4th Sundays w 9:00 a. m., WITHOUT NOTICE .

F ptist Training Union 6:30 P. M Sunday School. Every i Daily Program Schedule It's Almost DECIDING Time Therefore we Are Reminding You-

Evening Worship _....__ 7:30 P. M. Sunday 10:00 a. m.' ,
o Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship -. (' .
Brotherhood last Thursday 6:00 p. m WMAF 1230 ON YOUR DIAL

of each month at ........ 7:30 P. M ZEB WILLIAMS, Pastor 6:00 A3L Sign On 'The Best Place On Earth To Sell \m Tobacco"
WJVI.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. BOB SEARCY Sunday School Sup 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr.

E\elene Kelley Circle 6:25Vorld & State News

..,. 3rd Thursday __ 2:30 P. M. : PINE GROVE BAPTIST CliURCHPreaching 6.30. Fla. Farm Hour -

V. L. SINGLETARY. S. S. SupL I every Sunday 6:45 Rudy Hamrick, -15SUWANNEE .
'ALBERT KELLEY. BT.U., Director j i Sunday School 10:00 A. M (Mon. Wed. Fri.)

BEV. LEWIS D. HUGHEX. Pastor lIornin6Vorship ___ 11:00 A. M. 6:55 World News

Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 7:00 State News
Worship 8:00 P. M 1

Sunday School ..__ 10:00 A. M Prayer Meeting 'every 7.50( State 'News

Morning Worship .....11:00 A. b L Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M 7:55Veather News

Training Union ...__ 6:30 P. M W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ 8:00 C/'fee with Ray

.Evening Worship _._ 7:30 P. M ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union 9:00 Morning_ Devotions 1 1&2

Prayer Meeting __ 7:30 P. M Director.ERNEST 9:15 Musical Interlude
Church Business Meeting First GURR Ministej 9:30 Music Unlimited
Wednesday night of each mon th. 10:00 News f

Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second WELCOME TO 10:05 Music Unlimited > Live Oak, Florida

Thursday night of each month. NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 10:30 Music Unlimited .' .' .
Ficiiching Services Every Sunday Come Worship With Us 11:00 Music Unlimited

Come Worship With Us. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. J 1:15 Public Service .

REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor Morning Worship .11:00'A.. M. 11.30: Record Session Biggest-Best Market In Florida
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P.. M. 12:00 World News ,ter

LEAST CHURCH Evening Worship 7:30 P. M.lidweek 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes .'' .

Brotherhood Prayer Service 7:00 P. il. 12:30 Talk Of The Town J. C. ADAMS R. A. OWEN E. E. CLAYTON
REV. I. T. CARTER. Pastor 4th Friday 7:30 P. JL !::=0 Uncle Ned
Services every Sunday. W. M. U. 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 12:45 State News125C
Sunday School ____ 10:00 a. m. Jack Pickles S. S. Supt. -
Morning Worship __.. 11:00 a. m. Royce, Tuten B. T. U. Director 12:55 Farm News Well\ Experienced Tobacco Men :*,

Training Union _..__ '7:00 p. m. REV. N. 1C. ROWELL Pastor 1:00 Weather News _
EeningVorship __._ 8:00 p m. Hillbilly Hit. Parade
Prayer Meeting Wed. ".'. ":30 p m, .. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 1:55 News .. ,
." 2:00 Turn''
y CHURCH Gospel II .
'.' '-." ---- .... 2:30 Public "Servit aa D a aa. r .
L. D. s. SERVICE "- I' .
Afternoon Melodies
'.. Preaching Services every Sunday THINKING.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF Morning Service 11:00 A. M 2:55Vorld & State News It One Great Team :

1 p.. LATTER DAY SAINTS Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 3:00 Afternoon Melodies t
fJ '4-. 3:45 Public Service ABOUT MOREINSURANCE
Sunday School .
every Sunday at
Sunday School ....a.10:00: a. n l 19:00 A.. M. 4:00 News : Amoco White Gas & Super Permalube Oil :
Sacrament Meeting ..._ 11:00 a m. 1rru Every Sunday at 6:45 P. b L Request Parade ? .
RelM Society and Priesthood Timeand Pra;-:' Meeting every Wednesday ":55 World & State News .

place as announced at Sacra at 8:00 P. >MBrotherhood"- 5.00N( Request Parade :
ment Meeting. first Thursday every 5:45 Sports Highlights : 'P.- :

ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN month at 7:30 P. M. 6:00 World News .
JLEGION HALL Everybody elcomt!. 6:15; Twilight Tunes .

i E R. CAT RYL Branch Pres. REV. J. R. _COLLINS, Pastot."IADISON 655 News 'V .
JUDGE ROAD CHERRY LAKE 7:00 Sign Off rt r .

JIIS3IONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Bible Study __ 10:00 A. M. .
Lord's Supper ahJ a

Services every ttrst and third Edification .,.,....- ... 11:00 A. JI.Bitk WAKE UPRARIN' 0 : .
S .
: sat11a.mand8OOp.y m.
] ? Study ___ 7:00 P. M.
'; -S Schoel every Sunday 18:00 Preaching 7:30 P. M. :
:, a. m. TO GO
L ,1 Ladies' Class Thursdays :
;r TraWnj Union 7.-00 .
: every Sunday j Without Nagging; BackacheNow .
p.m.t MADISON CHURCH OF GOD I You can get the fast relief yea t ,
.: .tic W T.: 'PwYCROFT, Pastor aeej from nagging backache headacheand .
noEHcuUr aches and patna that often
">- Sunday School __ 10:00 AM.Moraing (, nuns restless nights and miserable tired- AskS
-,: SHILOH .METHODIST CHURCH 5 Worship 11:00 A. b L oat feeUnts. When these duoamforta :
come on with over-exertion or tre+:*and. :: AMOCO STATION
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Another train-you disturbance want reUef-rwant may be mfld it bladder fart I c. E. QUICK
PEV W B. SMITH Pastor Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P. M. irritation foQowmc and .
First Sunday, REV. B. B. BRICKLEY, Pastor drink-often feelinc.'etting wrongrearms uncomfortable HU 3-6168 BOX 292 a aIEDDERAi

Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Doan Pffl work fast tn 3 aeparata MADISON.' FLORIDAADAPTAPLAN. ARNIE lEDDERS Owner -
;;;Second Sunday BEULAH Welcomes BAPTIST You CHURCH ways to ease: t.torment by speed of p backache action *. .
Sunday School 10:00 a. m. hfmdxbea.' muscular aches and pains.
Preaching Service 11:00 a. m Services Every Sunday 2. by. soothing effect on bladder imtataon. New Greater No-lead AMOCO \as.Tires. Batteries Accessories a
S. by mild di&retie aetvm teadnr
REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor to increase ails 01..tPt"a '
Third Sunday to ontpot of the It
\Sunday School ,10:00:a. m.elching Sunday School -_ lobo ,A. M. kidney tubes. &' Gag Ub jat on toll 70' : ,> ,. -r .-LUBRICATION WASHING A POLISHINGCORNER : : :
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Enjoy a cowl .We..and the .bow. wi& JLdoptAFlo! tnto ._ f --S
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'Serf'loel T't1 m Worship aasM harpy celled :lio&....L.r over ; < ; -"
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7:30 Prayer Meeting Wed: 7:30 P. M. .. .
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