The Madison enterprise-recorder

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The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title:
Madison enterprise recorder
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Place of Publication:
Madison Fla
T.C. Merchant
Creation Date:
May 6, 1960
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Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
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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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VOL. LIX No. 36 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY MAY say i960 Madison. Florida Price ]JOe Yearly Subscription $3.75; Delayed Renewals *4.0Q




Farris Bryant of Ocala and i 'I I

. Doyle E Carlton Jr of Wauchula GRATEFUL FOR VOTEMy f THANKS YOUTO I
emerged the two top men inFlorida's Fi Mrs Rosa Shaw, age 88, a life

big election for Governor THE VOTERS OP MADISON long resident of Madison County

Tuesday and go Into the second friends words cannot express COUNTY: passed away in a West Florida
primary to be held May 24. With all my great appreciation for the confidence !w I want to thank you for the hospital at 8 a m May 4. She was.
but 44 of the state's 1971 precincts you placed in me Tuesday splendid vote you gave 'me for the last member of a pioneer

having reported Bryant had 184 when you re-elected me your County I County Commissioner, District 3,. Madison County family, daughterof
654 votes and Carlton 178,520. Judge for another four-year term In the first primary Tuesday, and! J J and Adeline Rutherford.She .
Burns third with I will continue a fair just, and I to solicit your vote and support in was married to Thomas J
was a strong honest administration of the dutiesof the second primary May 24th. 1 Shaw .
Jr who preceded her in
160,116. McCarty placed fourth this office. I I :greatly: appreciate also the .r)ver-
w death in December, 1912.
Dickinson fifth David sixth Belter
With best wishes to all I am whelming endorsement of the
seventh. Hendrix eighth Downs Humbly and gratefully, voters of my home district No.: 3, Survivors include two daughters
ninth and McCorvey tenth. George CURTIS D. EARP ccmprisingHickstown and Green-. Mrs T T Moseley, of Orlando'
Petersen of Ft. Lauderdale easlily County Judge vlJIe precincts for giving me: a and'Mrs J Eddie Bass of Madison;

won the Republican nomination and (Paid Political Advertisement) S lead of 369 to 189 over my runoff one sanV W Shaw,. of Madison; .
will oppose- the winner of the w opponent I Invite all voters In eight grandchildren and twelve
t f the county to ask the people of my
Carlton in the November great-grandchildren besides .
$ryant- race ; are
RICHARDSON() SAYS T home district: : about GROVER C.
general election. ; nieces and nephews and hosts of
; CONE if you are not already ac.
Other races" showed the following I want to thank the fine peopleof ; qualnted With me and my record UYour other relatives and' friends.
l winners: Terrell for Supreme: Court THAflKYOU"? r this county for every effort and I County Commissioner. V. Services will W. held at 4 p. m.Friday .

, Justice Carroll for Court of Appeal !courtesy extended me in my campaign Jt To those who did meTuesday ? May 6th at the graveside
Judge: Green for Comptroller, t for your Sheriffs office. I I have nothing but the in Old Oakland cemetery. The Rev

and Larson" forM $his Trcasur er. t wishto! take' this opportunity :deeply appreciate the fine vote 1 1Halved I To yon good people who saw lit bes&of rood will and ask for your A M ParkerwlU officiate and T J
, James Blanton. .former Ma&konn to t a uvt&rf l i will and I pledgeto continue to
nee"767 always be grateful Til seeyou serve charge. -*
boy rtiidanotherstrong ntfT In Tuesdays Democratic pri all again in four (4) short want to say that I appreciate H you in.. .an honest efficient and
Active pallbearers will be Messrs
Railroad Commissioner, but he/and mary. ... trod the bottom of my heart and 1
the best
Arkus were both defeated by the I ,,will do my very best and try: years.v Sincerely. thank you for your vote & support.To ot, my ability manner If you re-elect very me Henry Lewis Jr, M C Herring; T

incumbent, Ed Mason. not to let you 4own.COLEMAN BILL MACK HENDRY those of. you who saw fit to May 24th. J Shaw, John L Diamond William'W

Tom Adams had a big lead RICHARDSON (Paid political adVt support one of the candidates who For more and better roads a Shaw and John Quincy Shaw.
for Secretary of State, but Jess County Commissioner, District 5 ran against me, I want to say thatI I progressive economical administration Honorary pallbearers: Messrs
Yarborough .goes into the second (Paid political dvl) FLOWERS THANKS hold no W will In my heart toward of our County's affairs, and William T Cbody. J L Brinsoiv

primary with him. you. We are now in the second r continued co-operation with other George Hunter, A H Armstrong.
Doyle Conner and Buster Han primary and I solicit the vote of Board Members and officials for W C Copeland Sr Pat Milliner.A ..

cock will slug it out for Commissioner ARTHUR E. RAGANSAPPRECIATE FRIENDS one and all. the best interests of EVERY SECTION B Childers. C C Armstrong, T
Sincerely of Madison I
yours County urge
Z Martin and J 0 McDonald.
in the
of Agriculture
you to GROVER C
I wish to thank loyal friends
second primary. Conner had better VOTE and supporters In my my campaign and (Paid Political Advertisement CONE County Commissioner Dist.

than a 50,000 lead In Tuesday'svote. during the election tor' County I r 3, on May 24th. REVIVAL AT FIRST rf
Third man was Loran Carl Sincerely'and gratefully yours,
I want to thank the good peopleof County. ANDREWS GROVKR C CONE
Madison for thoroughly enjoyed meeting the
County reelecting
the Circuit Judge race Judge me to the position of Supervisor of people throughout the county and (Paid political advertisement) Dr Thomas S Field pastor of

Hal W Adams will go Into the second Registration. I am deeply gratefulfor regret that I will not be able to SAYS THANK YOUMY Trinity Baptist Church, Lake .
primary with Sam Smith. Keith the confidence have serve you as your County Judge.
you ex- GOOD FRIENDS. Leggett Appreciatesfirst Charles, La Evangelist at the First
Black was eliminated. Total vote pressed in me. and I shall con- However please call on me at anytime Please let me extend heartfelt Baptist church Madison is bring.
in the seven counties In the circuit tinue to serve you faithfully, and I shall be happy to serve t
thanks for the wonderful vote you Primary Vote ing stirring messages each morning:
Black 5,773 courteously and efficiently. )wonderful people In any way I
Adams 10,957,
was can. Blessing each gave me in the election Tuesday for at 10 o'clock, and again at 7:45 In
Very sincerely on one you
and Smith 8187. yours.ARTHUR E. RAGANS I who voted for me, spoke to your County Commissioner District ,3- TO THE VOTERS OF MADISON the evening this week continuing
Adams received 2134 votes In Supervisor of RegistrationPaid friends In my behalf, and for your It you were not in position to be COUNTY: through Sunday, May 8, with the
Black 2100 and with LAMAR ANDREWS in the I to for the
Columbia county am grateful you
( political advertisement) interest in getting people to vote exception of Saturday morning;
Smith 252LLafayette Madison County is wonderful first primary. I urge you to Join splendid vote you gave me for when there will be no service.
county: Adams 999, place to call home, so let us Join me on May 24th. and elect LAMAR State Representative, which put me W H
Mikell, of the church music
189, Smith 376. our hands and hearts together thatit ANDREWS your County Commissioner In the run-off May 24th.I .
Black BAILEY EXPRESSES I District 3.Gratefully will appreciate the continued Department. Florida Baptist Coo
Madison county: Adams 1419, may be even a more wonderful
place for home. yours, support mf my friends and invite ventlon, is leading the singing.
Black 693 Smith 1590. I LAMAR ANDREWSPaid all those who voted for other
2542 APPRECIATION} My wife daughter and our foster
Suwannee county: Adams ( political acWOBANK
candidates: Tuesday to VOTE FORA.
son Join me in saying Thank you
Black 750, Smith 1468. i from the bottom of our hearts L. (ROOSTER) LEGGETT, COFFEE COMPLEMENTSBETROTHED' s
Taylor county: Adams 2129. TO MY FRIENDS i Sincerely TELLS PROMOTION JK. on May 24th. COUPLE

Black 795, Smith 1270. My deep appreciation for your EDWIN L. (EDDIE FLOWERSPaid OF EMPLOYEEau Sincerely and gratefully -
No individual report yet from generous support In electing me ( political advertisement) Gallic-Mr* Camllle Minter A. U (ROOSTER) LEGGET. JR. Mrs A E Fraleigh Mrs J G
Hamilton and Dixie counties to the School Board from District 4. a native of Madison, Fla and now (Paid political advt) fey and Mrs A G Paul of Lake
I want to congratulate my good of Carlton Dr Eau Gallle, has City were hostesses at a coffee

opponent. Mr Sapp, on the high Wilbur G.RiHfrfd been promoted to head teller of CARD OF THANKS Thursday evening at the Fraleigh
Rwster Leggett Sr. type campaign he conducted and the First National Bank of Eau home on North Range St. comps'
the fine Vote he received ThisYou Gallic meeting Miss Barbara Naughton and
I earnestly ask for the continued William Beggs.Amaryllis .
of Business Thank you good people of Madison
A graduate Rice
hteM fir fedectiM co-operation of everybody with lilies and
your TO THE PEOPLE OF MADISON roses were
for all the
College, of Charleston, S C she county, many
officials In the campaign:: for better COUNTY want to thank you for used to decorate the rooms. Guests
schools for all our children.. the vote and support you gave me was affiliated with the Sottite courtesies you showed me during included the families of the be-
Chain of Theaters of the PuttnneAmusement the recent campaign and for the attendants.
Gratefully trothed
THANKS FOLKS, all you voters yours May 3rd. I will always work to the couple wedding
in District 5, for reelecting me W. H. (BILLY) BAILEY best of my ability to uphold the Co and siso as assistant votes you gave me in the election and families of the hostesses. Gifts
Sour Justice of the Peace. I will (Paid Political Advertisement) trust you have invested In me for cashier for Stan Roebuck Co Tuesday. I appreciate them more to the honorees' were silver bowls.

always remember your courtesies the betterment of Madison County. in that city. than I can tell you. I extend best

kindnesses and encouragement, and Thank you kindly. Mrs Minter entered the employof wishes to Mr Armstrong and I The personal property at the
promise a continuance af fairness TOTffi' voms (f WILBUR G RUTHERFORD the Eau Gallle bank hi 1957 will be glad to help in all things Towne Square Inn was sold Mon

honesty, and efficiency In the conduct County Commissioner, Dist. 1 and has three courses of training for the 'good of our fine county. day at auction at receiver's sale..
of the office of Justice of HANSON COUNTY (Paid political advertisement) under the American Institute of Again my thanks and best wishes. The amount realized was in the
the Peace in District 5 (Greenville). :
Banking in the subjects. Principles Sincerely, neighborhood of $2000 and
Humbly and gratefully -__ '* THANK CommercialLaw HENRY DICKINSON of the
SRPaid YOU of Bank Operation : considerably taking care
( political adVt) I am grateful to all my friends and Negotiable Instruments mortgage and rent. There were
for the generous vote you have SCHOOL BOARD several purchasers and the items
given me in re-electing me as your 1 would like to thank each and
went for the most part
THANKS FRENDS) Sheriff one of supported
every you that
Miss Rosa Mable Waring was The School Board Wednesday considered
than what they were
I will continue to do my very best ma In the election.I chosen Outstanding Math Student at
authorized the re-advertisement of
to serve feel humble about the won worth.
you. very the recent Honor Day at Valdocta
I would like to thank my friends Now that the election Is over I derful vote that 1 received State College.Buford bids for construction of classroom -x-
for their note and support, hope we can all work together to I promised you the same kind of buildings for the Suwannee River I Mrs J G Ashley was hostess to

It has been a wonderful experience keep Madison County ,the good law enforcement that I hare always Selman, Riley Sirmon Junior College.Reappointment. I Presbyterian Circle No. 3 with Mrs .' I
for me to meet the good clean happy county he so richly thought worthy of our fine com and R M Scruggs are in Jacksonville of teaching positions I A H Armstrong presiding& presenting
people of Madison and Madison deserves to be. munity and I intend to keep that this week on federal jury in :Madison County in the I the program on Church Extension.
County. Thank you for the heartwarming promise with every power In me. grades of 1st through 12th. and of Mrs B M Williams taught the
I really appreciate the hospitality support you have given me. I love everyone of you duty. the personnel of the North Florida Bible lesson on the Christian home.
ana kindness shown to me. during Sincerely, Your friend & Constable Dist 5 -xMr Junior College and Suwannee River The hostess served sandwiches
this campaign. -/ SIMMIE H. MOORS ALBERT a SISTRUNK .and Mrs Frank Graham of
Tampa wcie'Yisltrt here this weekJ unior College. was made. cookies and iced punch. __.
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Free prizes given ,I OAK HILL NEWS i County Commissioners NATIONAL H. D. WEEK i When buying 0fromNewsboys

In observance of National Home
14 7 '- Proceedings >mKm.strationVeek the Madison f-R
away MayRegister p. m. Mr and Mrs Talmage Bland spent H. D Clubs have two display windows i .
Sunday in Falmouth with M/ Bland'i at the doth Shop featuring
aturday, May 7 today at MAC'SAjpliance mother. Mrs Alice Bland. I distinctive handwork of club mem' -

DOUBLE FEATURE 1. I Mr and Mrs J L Davis and many MADISON, FLORIDA bers. In one window is a complete Please DO NOT park In the
TEACHER'S PET starring Dorh FuntirreCtm and I others here attended the sing at MAY 4, 1960 :bridal outfit designed and made by street and make your newsboy run
Day, Clark Gable. Sparkling, gay, Macedonia Sunday. The Board of County Commissioners : Mrs Howard Coody of Pinetta. out Into the street to make a sale.
laugh-laden. A happy romp with a "The following poem was written of Madison County Florida met Miss Toy Ragans designed and Kindly pull over to the curb.
cast beyond compare. any. by Mr G H Platt in 1912 when he this day in regular tcsskm. The I made the semiformal in the other Our newsboys have instructions
was pastor of Pinetta Baptist Chairman Hon Wilbur G Rutherford window. Both displays reveal distinctive to STAY OUT of the streets, and
THE BOWERY BOYS MEET TIlE church as a tribute to Mrs II J we will
called the meeting to order. artistic ability and skill. appreciate your co-cperat-
MONSTERS, starring Huntz Hall Doneliy. a very dear friend and members At Williams Hardware and Electric log with us AND THEM for
Alt were
present The
Leo Gorcey. They almost lose their MrHessSma neighbor. Her daughter, Mrs Ran I Chairman opened the Co. is a display of distinctive THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very
heads to the monsters. Plenty of fun Terry asked that it be shared by meeting handcraft including re-bottomed much.

and action. Cartoon.Cunday.Mondiy Dies; In Lakeland mothers everywhere this Mother's prayer.The Board had advertised for chair by Mrs J L Davis a re-

May 8, 0 Day season. Mr Platt lost his motherin bids on RC-1 and Rc.2 asphalt. The finished! table by Mrs Louise VIckers. Sarasota Fla.-Mrs Roy F Mill-

A SUMMER PLACE, In Technicolor childhood.. He is now in a Tampahospital. following were received and opened: and an assembled lamp by Mrs iron Sr. Mrs J M James and Wiley

] starring Richard Egan Mr Hess Sivia of Tampa a Shell Oil Company, 537 Rhenide Caleb Smith. James of Madison, enjoyed a visit
Dorothy McGuIre, Sandra Dee. A native of Live Oak, Fla, died last: WOULD LIKE TO CALL YOU Avenue Jacksonville Fla. .Cutback to Sarasota Jungle Gardens during

startling drama told against the I Thursday in a Lakeland hospital: MOTHERI Asphalt, RC-1 & RC-2-OJ1SI per their recent vacation on the Sun
background of a. palatial summer of head injuries received in an accident would like to call you Mother gaL The Time Is Now! To Coast of Florida.
Whether you realize it or not.
He had been ill three'eclcL
fcotel-From Sloan Wilson's drama Texaco Inc. 3529 Talleyrand Ave.
He was the step-father of Mrs T In years gone by. with kindness Jacksonville, Fla.-Cutback Asphalt.RC1 .
tic novel Cartoon.Tuesday.Wedneidav Power-
F Livingston of Madison. | You wed your way into my heart. A RC-3 O1222 per gal purchase your 1951 Ford Pickup newtires.
May 10. 11 Survivors include his wife, MrsHess I For in the yean gone by The Bannerman Company, Inc ,

DOUBLF. 'F'EATUREFLOODS Sivia, Tampa; his Cod out of his wonderful love Lewis State Bank Building Tallahassee Mower Western Auto
OF FEAR. starring: ten Mrs Livingston; step.daugb-I Called my mother to HeavenTo Florida Cutback Asphalt at $195HARDEE
Howard Keel Ann Heywood. They brother Fred Shia, of sing with the angels above. RC-1 & RC-2-0.118-1 per gal.
defied death every minute. Hhrh one sister. Miss Olivie So without the love of a motherI I Each of the above bids specified Store. MOTOR CO.
Adventure on the crest of a flood. son, W. Va. and two grandchild-1 I have not made much of a man; delivery to any point in Madison ,I
her terror ren. Jay and Judy Livingston. But I know that Savior loves ,
The racing waters brought my County and 2$ off if payment is -- -
-and love. Services were held Saturday at me
I made at the regular Board meeting
the Live Oak Cemetery graveside. And some day Til clasp her by the
each month. Shell Oil
THE WASP WOMAN starring The Rev Gordon Bennett of the band. Companyand =====::: .::
The Bannerman Company. Inc
St'can Cabot, Fred Elsley- Cartoon officiated. *
Episcopal church Often when working and struggling:
having identical bids.
Hipped a
Mr and Mrs Livingston Jay and Trying to make bread and meat ATaThEMDs'r's
Ttmridav-Fridav. May 12 13DOUBLE coin for the bid. Shell Oil Company
FEATURE Judy Livingston and a number of You In your sweet way with kindness"i -
the bid. The Board
friends to Live Oak won unanimously s
Madison went
THE HOUSE OF INTRIGUE In accepted the bid of Shell Oil Company \
to attend the services. Lord and Savior -
rfiM'm-ScoDe and Technicolor, star- Advise, my entreat at .1184 per gallon delivered

r'np' Pawn Addams Curt JurgensIA to any point in Madison County less
: thrilllnw true *forv of war's in- CHILDREN And I have not forgotten 2% if paid on the regular Boardmeeting JkiapIGI
t feue and love. North pole became All the things: you used to say: day in each month.

The code name to forget-but was And the sweet memories of them There being no further business &
ft success until wrecked by a Ml you weary care-worn mothers Elelp to pass the time away, the meeting adjourned. i
woman's intuition and Suspicion. With your children round your feet And I know that God will bless SV1LBUR G RUTHERFORD, Chnn \Y tnoMStt>: TfWU.DtttSCKXLAncxD
And help along the way; 1 avlFa.t. .
\ttth so many household duties you ATTEST: c OIL coMcIJY
GUNFIGHTERS OF ABILENE. As read these few short lines ..iI
tad so many wants to meet. you DALE M LESLIE Clerk
atarrin'" B" ter Crabbe. Barton MacTjme. jovc the children while you have X the things rye tried to say. i 1 >ta I ,I7o ytiJar
Judith Amps, A twisted mindtrvlnq I hope your children will not be
them vlsuflOll i rniJS LOSTAMP ces MOPS
to save hi* land His famIly
of fleet each burden with a song mad Guests of Mrs C M Plant Sunday I t.tGfltlt IF'It LI*Uxai M9CTCVttT :steal MAFL HRiIT
wrecked A rtory
Mt him man.
a I Dr to be unkind or untrue:
Peach them guide them and protect you TM MftAfJ*.
the eunman's" law In the old west. on the occasion of her birthday MAIN MARKS
them Because I say I lore you I
Cartoon. And want to call mother, too.I rare her son .and daugh1er-I--Jaw' }
Far they wont be children long. you Mr and Mrs C G Plant and three i I I I
.y All my children are grown and flown could say so many sweet things i.lldren of Tallahassee, and another r-- AltsiA>Z11Wtaaa pi/A I+i.... I aA
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVEI To homes of their own. I about you 'i i TOTS
I ton and family, the Albert Plants I Iand f.
respectfully announce that 1 No little children to laugh and play, I And enjoy the sweet memories of children of Gainesville.. A PdncGRtR11(9aNg /
oa Ic a1AJti),( 1I
am a candidate for State Representative As I go about my work from day old; f''amlly picnic style dinner was. enJoed. -
from Madison County to day. But if I talk till death comesI IC
Democratic primaries O, how sweet it is to think of the would soil not have the half told \ I SOO1 I611vV1P3: 1 I1 I
to the I
subject 0Pa.a For and -KIln 1 coaMOoc
beautiful home so fair your il'Ntness.mness
elect to
in May 1960. If you me INSiGt'i'; I v
this position I will serve you Where we will all be as little children kindness, Davis, Garden ; I "0-
Turner new
honestly, soberly and capably to if we are permitted to enter On this earth is hard to find: 1
And I always happy to tell Hub pruldent.lrs John Sands
am you 1WAC
the best of my ability. I will greatly there.
appreciate your vote and suppcrL -MRS B W WELLS.Mr It has inspired me down the line. i nd Mrs S H Moore attended the I ( ijI ; SitleD1 1 I
So Jo mamma always remember dIstrict meeting of the President's sure ssrsas ataalloao tla'tS 1 I Is

Sincerely. and Mrs Jack Floyd and three Ali the way,down the line; 4 onference in Perry Thursday.Mrs Wiu/ NoRSl1b a &R3rTaw 9aml sr. l 1 I
children, Angela Carolyn and Jack That the love of a son for a t 1I
A. L. (Rooster) Leggett, Jr. of Jacksonille'eek end visitors motherIn -x-

with Mr and Mrs J J Floyd. my heart you will always findI J M Pafford has returned M SfTEHS: I 1 t --
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Other guests of the Floyds the am getting tired and sleepy from a visit In Winter Park with k,taus a aasao1 t
DISTRICT THREE past week end were Mr and Mrs And the hour is growing late: her brother and sister-in-law. Mr xM7i NJMbf/ / ."--.
,1 respectfully announce that I Jack Berry of Dothan. Ala.Let's If again on earth I don't see you nd Mrs S S Baker. I 1
. am a candidate for County Commissioner Please meet me inside the Pearly 1SCD

District Three of Madison subject to County the, .fS Concerning Gate. the things I have [&55 Chevrolet Pickup A StRIG RII.m: :: .', 1 [!] I IccuDparJulASgLYgS r
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action of the Democratic primaries Ge uttered.
in May. I promise faithful, The: honor I would give to no other Completely recond. I I I ITB&
This is why deep In my heartI ..
conscientious service If choose
you Deep Sea would like to call you Mother. SUMMER.oen *uvwrioCOMMWT
me for this important office andI $595HARDEE Oo li Pmiy wlNT 1b GA AND NAY; 1

earnestly solicit your vote and Rev H R Gladney of Hilo, W. Va., .-

support, for which I shall ever begrateful. I -FISHINGON I preached Sunday morning to a large MOTOR CO. ipso&<&!. .CCMHWfr

congregation at the Presbyterian
Sincerely, church of which he was pastorseveral -- --- --
LAMAR ANDREWS years ago. a masterly sec -_- -

"THE WINNER' icon from the text. Unto You That
:., DISTRICT THREE Mr and Mrs Charles Fleming r .
were recehInto membership. Mr VACATION
Gladney, who was a CQmm1ss100n-
r I respectfully announce my candi to the Presbyterian General As. BARGAIN!
re-election as County CommIssioner
dacy for sembly that met the past week in
for another term, subjectto Jacksonville and Mrs Gladney and

the Democratic primaries in daughter Susie have been visiting ELLINOR :
May. Thank you for the privilegeof rtiUt Mr and Mrs Joe linger at the -.s

serving you during the past Mtatzer Cottages while spending a .*,
As ww As 4
years. It is my sincere wish youseelect .- few days here with old friends. -

me. so I can continue to 65 Feet LongS VILLAGEAT .
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Returns 5 to 8 P. M.
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The annual Junior-Senior Promof

Madison high school was a gala ,
: affair held Friday evening in the
gymnasium. I
The juniors carried out their
theme Southern Splendor in the ? 1: ;
beautiful decorations for the oc :.. :
casion.A Smith DrugStore .,. I
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way into the gym where in the '
Gi entrance lobby a beautiful picture ,
painted by Catherine Morrow JUNIORS WIN AWARDS s. M u t
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j f- wishing well and trailing greens 1
land flowers completed the deco- Mrs Bob Lay was installed Junior
Director of District 3 FFWC
at tM rL1M
rations. Jean Morrow, in an old- ,
Annual Florida! Federation of
;.fashioned sown, stood by the wishing Women's Cub convention in Miami
well and distributed coins to
the past week. At the same ceremony
be dropped into the well Mrs S C Edward, of Mayo",
Pastel t'Otables centered was installed Senior Director of
with small flower-filled wishing District 3. may.t .
wells to \\'hIchwe attached Mrs Lay who has served the n*
friendship rings and fortunes for Madison Juniors aj president for "k
the past two yean brought back
RINGS each guest were arranged in a
from the convention for her club
southern garden setting of t
a magnolia
I four distinctive awards. They were:
smilax and pastel flowers 1st an achievement certificate for
e lighted lanterns and shubbery. Before the Club's work and contributions to
the handsome Southern mansion CARE: 2nd. for 100% partidpatlon
a fountain played in a natural In the Polio immunization program: Th J'8

setting ofiJd ferns and,3rd: the Howard Menton award in ,.
R amaryllis. It was truly a lovely the department of communication
background for the beautiful and 4th was the Honor Roll award

gowns worn by the young girls.
Refreshment tables on the lawn
I Honor Korean Woman
held a variety of sandwiches j JtYIRE
cookies and birds of Paradise I
RADIOS' tit fashioned from pineapples filled

with colorful fruits poised on i .;
a SILVER mounds of iced fruit tidbits. to? t '

Blocks of ice In11kh flowers -
CHINA were frozen, formed the punch \

CRYSTAL Russell Long. junior class president .

made the welcome address

and response was by Maury Bla-

t., lock. Senior president.The 0' GIFT CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS

floor shorn with southern I II .4
musical background from Gone u

PEN & PENCIL SETS With The Wind to Dixie includeda w-m- ; PHONE HU 3-2525 MADISON, FLORIDA !
quartet, accordion solo pantomime t
songs and dancing with .-....... "

Bonnie Bell, Patricia Ezell, Marie WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN
Mathis Carolyn Williams, Louis For Quality Furniture .
': Dr. Helen Kim, president of Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in
Oliver, Jimmy Copeland., Jackie
'Ewha University and a representative -
Pcpcr,. Russell Long Carmen of Korea at the United 6-in bun 40c. Frigidaire Appliances:
Priced t' Buckhalt, Keith SMle Tommy Nations selves the O.OOOrDOOth
of The Upper Room. ZENITH T-V's X
Pcpera, and Mary Jean Franklin copy
participating. daily devotional guide, from theeditor 2nd. PRIMARY CANDI- SIMMONS & RESTONIC BEDDING -
The Star Lighters orchestra Dr. J. Manning Potts. DATES: Slay 24 will soon be FLOOR COVERING
Ewh is the largest women's I
S & 'Green
Stamps played for 'the grand march and mnlrersity in the world. The here. Please let us, have your
the dance. (Upper Boom is published in 37 last-minute message to the Wells FurnitureCo. '
A late movie at WoodanTs and editions and 31 languages and {
Wayne W. Weger breakfasts concluded the festivities distributed around the world la voters by MONDAY.: Thanks. MADISON FLORIDA

Junior class mothers served the more than 100 countries. THE E-R.
Students at Ewha like stacnts -'. Florida High School's! baseball
refreshments with Mrs J C Bur '
like to
ererywhere, compare
from Tallahassee defeated
, Jeweler nette chairman; and Mrs VI.T. the copies of the inter' team
I Coody and Mrs B S Waring co- denominational guide Ins their Vote For Madison High School here Tuesday
chairmen. jown lanruag with copies In, 6 to 4. t
PHONE HU 3.2530 MADISON, FLORIDA other languages they are study
ing. Because English is studied, GROYERC.CONE KirCHEN CABINETS,
of students in. e J
BRIDE COMPLIMENTEDMiss The M M Sirmonsos of Lakeland by :
ELECT won high score prize, Mrs NatNorfleet
other countries, there is a eontinning COUNTER TOPS
low and Mrs T J Beggs Jr and the 0 H Clemonses of White demand for English, County Commissioner ..j t i,
the floating prize. The hostesses House were guests of the L B copies all over the world { G-E APPLIANCES
Barbara Kaughton was gave the honoree gifts of china Welches this week end and at. District 3
complimented with a charming and silver in her chosen pattern.A tended Homecoming at. .MacedoniaSunday. i 11N

bridge party Saturday afternoonat dessert course was served. ...- STOCK CAR RACES Madison County Fla.
The Pines given by MI'IV S 1 N r
Cooper Sr, and Mrs W S CooperJr.
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Polio Vaccination Clinic May 18 l tit -' at

I trice 576 to 154. and Albert 0

Polio vaccination clinics, for all Ctwt Btise OffICials Sistrunk bested his two opponents, FOR MOM <

people of aD ages, will be held in J D Bishop and M S (M1k..! Letch-

Madison County on THURSDAY Wm Tent Retewak worth for Constable, Greenville .

1 MAY 18th. District The vote in this race was M PRINCESS GARDNER i
from 3 .
The clinics will be held
Sistrunk 467 Lctchworth 239 andJ
to 6 pm at ALLEN building in .
Pinetta; WHTTTY STORE In Lee; Each of the Court House officials D Bishop 75. FINEST CANDIES IN MADISON eonLdraLioiz .: .1.1i
The other Constable races re- ,
and in Cherry Lake at a place to who had opposition in the primary BelleCampPanqubxiSwtk ,
be announced next week. sulted as follows: "- ; 'J1
election Tuesday over his *
IN MADISON and GREENVILLE I won opponent District One Wayne Burnett '.t
t Russ Dugaft; Store '
the Clinics will last all Day MAY 447 J W (Bill) Smith 277. Drug
School Board Member from District J
18 at the offices of Drs. Harrison
District Two Eugene Clark Jr
and Two lost to R W (Bob) Milner MADISON FLORIDA '.
& DuRant and Dr> Coggins 180, A E Fraleigh Jr 463. j jI
Brinson in Madison, and at officeof 1981 to 1510, and Grover C Cone bON VOYAGE PARTY
District Three, W C Sever 223,
Dr King in Greenville County Commissioner District ,
Before I
leaving Saturday on asummer
Arthur Williams 108. .
At the vaccination clinics, a do- Three, is forced into a second primary vacation Lincoln : S.-
trip to
nation of $1.00 a shot will be District Eight, Jesse L Revels

asked from all those able to make by Lamar Andrews Andrewsled 151, Robert Walker 16L Neb, Mrs J J Newman was complimented ,
the threesome in this contest
such a donation, but no one will Samuel S Smith led the Circuit with a Bon Voyage par

be turned away if unable to afford with 1480. votes Cone came in Judge race in this county. He received ty Thursday at the Pines.with Mrs 1

the donation, and everyone who second with 1409 and Wilburn T 1590 votes. Judge 11&1V James >Conway as hostess. The 1 1't$, aowawq" '

comes will receive a shot of the Davis rounded out the scrap with Adams 1419. and A K Black 693.Over honoree received some lovely gifts \ N
Sulk vaccine, Mrs Charles Knox ;.
from the hostess and members of
849.For the circuit- it is understoodthat
chairman of the National Twinkling rhinestones cushioned Mello-Touch
county quite a time it looked as on
the Thursday Bridge Club. The i
Adams is leading with Smith '
Foundation, stated. Lustrous Leather. Regal colors. ,
though one of the other County .
Watch the E-R next' week .for Commissioners, Coleman Richardson, second, and tJef'111. .go into a! afternoon was spent at bridge. Five Piece GLAMOROUS GIFT SET...........$18.30 a
details second primary. Top score prizes were won by MrsT ,J
more 4 1 frrom District Five, would also be I C McXally and Mrs J 0 Wade. Items may be purchased separately: .,

tagged for a runoff, but late returns Farris Bryant led the ticket for REGISTRAR BilLFOLD ........__N.....NN3S.95CIGARETTE
The hostess
him clear majority Governor in this county receiving served a delicious CASE .............:...-.__$ .95

We have a (fresh shipment I with nearly gave a hundred a to 1445 rotes He was followed by pressed turkey coarse with date CIGARETTE liGHTER __..__.....N.$ ,
':. Dkk1lson1th 1096 Burns 398, cake and .coffee. EYE GLASS CASE ...._.-.;..:. :::: : .$2..95 :
1863 votes, ------ --
Richardson received McCarty 36$, Doyle Carlton KEY CARD ....._................._..!.ZZINot .::..$2.95
t wide hats frMother's Gary Phillips 964 and F T (Tebo) David 107, Hendrix 100, Belser 347'1 shown: FRENCH PURSE ..._...........$5.95 IAn

Webb .795.The McCorvey 11. and Downs 6. HEALTH Hn Tax:

Day at Irene's.Livestock .. third County Commissioner, Other races and their results In'' I
Wilbur G Rutherford, from District HOTS II Made to GO together..GIVE together..USE together
this county were:
One, outdistanced his opponent, I
Supreme Court Justice, Terrell I As seen in LADIES, HOME JOURNAL2.SO .
Marvin E Bass 2455 to 1216. h -. -
1828 Bodner 809.

HEALTH Otis R Peavy the present Repre- Judge Court of Appeal Ben I
sentative, and A L (Rooster) Leggett I
1203 Carroll 1202Secretary .
UMTSA Jr into the second primaryfor
go of State. Fisher 1141, s.Npa.4. buV

the seat In the Legislature. Tom Adams 778 McMullen 619,*r..4.u./.t l ..aI..

Peavy received 1851 votes, Leggett Lalyde Walnwright Farmers have received a new WAY* WEGER
279. Hornsby 147 -
1461 and George Jewell Jr. the warning about the hog cholera W .
108. Yarborough 80, Fouts
I third man. 612. situation this spring.Cholera .
63. seems to be on the
.. Vr In other county races Curtis D Comptroller. Green 2589, Lee 601. march again. New and severe out ff
i A.etI..a T.u4sU.s InABlMAl outdistanced Edwin L (Eddie) I
$..ltk Earp Commissioner 'of Agriculture. breaks occurred in many slates,

Farmers who have had curl Flowers for County Judge 2641 to Hancock 2442, Conner 781 Loran over wide areas, last )'.... And
I amount of sickness among their 1360; Sheriff -Sumnle 11 Moore hada DOW with the spring season) for PHONE HU 3-2530 MADISON FLORIDA
livestock are familiar with the old!, comfortable margin over Bill Carlton 140 Reams 122, Berger cholera practically here. we have

50, Race 27. real cause for concern unless I .
I problem of diseases that look
Mack Hendry 2437 to 1678 Angus i iII -
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2322. swine raisers take steps to have
alike. i, State Treasurer. Larson
There are many of them: In Armstrong defeated Henry J I Collins 418,' Cahill 309 Murrell their herds 'protect.* against the Georgia Red Sweet

., cattle, milk fever and ketosls, or Dickinson for Tax Assessor 2500 disease.
brucellosis and leptospirosis in to 1394; and Pat Milliner led the
Railroad and Public Utilities ctIJ'V1 Potato Draws. Check
swine cholera and erysipelas! ticket In defeating J I (Ike) :Hutto r-
And there is a long list of othera., Commissioner. Aricus 127, Jim
for Tax Collector to 934.
which look almost the same, but; 3)06) Blanton 2872, Mason 362.
Arthur E Ragans had a comfortable with E. M. MAY .
for which care and treatment are, The canvassing board will meet at

,entirely different What the owner; majority over two opponents this Friday to make the official FINEST CANDIES IN MADISON ,....,
docs in these cases can often
for Supervisor of Registration.
losing canvass and the results In tabulated BeUeCamp.PanquInsSmith Yickers lmplement Co.
rneanpthe : 2282 Mrs '
Ragans received votes, (
will l be :
an'animal or savins fore, form by precincts
rA' Lucy Gardner 1014 and W.n (Bailey e
) Wynn 579. published In next week's paper.Pickup Drug Store

W H (Billy) Bailey went exactly: The aly pr UcUa against BUSINESSMEN-Don't let your
etolera U have
pig vaoctat4 -
four hundred votes ahead of S R .. customers forget you! Keep 'em .:
heists aa tbrrakitrOtes.
Sapp for return as School Board 1956 Ford one WSCSMEETSMethodist reminded with low-cost ads on :
\VMAF and In THE E-R.
Member In District Four. He received -
h The farmer's
greatest danger
\ 2009 votes and Sapp 1609.A $695 Women met Monday afternoon
i "'_:1.\\ L (Rooster) Leggett Sr easily with regard to cholera. For upwards Mrs Howard Studstiil pre- For Quality Furniture
sided and Mrs Paul Touchton read
defeated James Harrell for Justice HARDEE MOTOR CO. of fifteen years,.most farmers -
.. i' kept their herds vaccinated. tile opening devotional The pro
"in Greenville dis :
These bop may hare choW]' .of the Peace the This Wat resistance in crest area gram consisted of reports from the Frigidaire Appliances

fn, or It may be erytipeiaa. !'depth and outbreaks fell off sharp Annual Conference the Woman's

They sometime look alike. ly. flow many owners seem to Society held in April in Miami by ZENITH T-V's

1 Milk fever and kttoiU offer food ban been lulled into taking Mrs Studstill, Mrs J B Davis and SIMMONS & RESTONIC BEDDING '

ampler for the cattle owner.JJoth OPENING SPECIAL9x12 chances, letting pigs go unvscgloated. Mrs J C Burnette.BUSINESSMENDon't. FLOOR COVERING "i
t The result was the sever
diseases strike about calving
t wave of outbreaks which struck let your
time, hittinc high-producing cows. Wells Furniture Co. ; .
customers Keep 'em
last season. And many more of forget )1)Ur
t Both cause cows to become either RugPROFESSIONALLY .
these disastrous outbreaks are expected reminded! with low-cost ads on
excitable or indifferent, can cause
:some paralysis or incordination, this spring as 'cholera hits. WMAF and in THE E-R. I MADISON, FLORIDA

,land animal may walk with a CLEANED its stride again "
.Jtalltr ll'aIL. What to dot The important Are you peddling insurance,
thing is to have every pig vaeci- Give Mother house
t .
.L Treatment methods for each of a
shoes auto-
The :Multi-clean :Method jDaed BEFORE cholera strikes. or
these diseases are somewhat similar _
!) There is no cure. The only protection : mobiles? Keep the public informed
but the medicine used are
is vaccination in advance. coat pajamas ;
''I entirely different. Many veterl- Several types of vaccines now gown of your valuable services

i fcarians use special injections dl. give solid protection against chol with an inexpensive
rectly into the blood and S5.00
I hose and
era. Which should be used is best bag
., The E-R
cows often make quick recoveries' left up to the veterinarian. There weekly ad in saying

If treatment begun soon enough., arc several reasons for this. First nice things about local folks .
However the medicine Injected\, from IRENE'S.
all pigs need a checkup before
since 1865.
to disease is useless lot
cure one ,
vaccination, to be sure they are
I the other and vice '
In proper condition.: Second, local
Hog cholera and acute swine
i conditions and the condition of 1M
alto look much alike. BE WISE AND
pigs eaters into determining which I FERTILIZE I
Hogs itay in their nests,
may relent *
kind of vaccine Is best
disturbance, off feed, and \ :
J have a stiff gait go nut while the cholera Her ar to* watch some teO-tal for: Slow signs pigs of Lion Brand Ammonium Nitrate Fertilizer

levi .
veterinarian can save quite a
with a appetite, dullness.
.. 'erysipelas pigs if he gets to them listlessness a desire of pigs to Made by Monsanto Chemical Companyis

coon enough there is no cure for, stay ia their nests, walking with astantrlD.t. low cost solid Nitrogen N .
cholera. The only way to curb:
weaving raILt
cholera is to have pigs vaccinated 'fHere's ;
before outbreaks strike. : .. THIS OFFER | Tb spring cholera season is why;-' } >
:; bets. The producer who values
Of course, there are many other; t" Good May llth &:: 12th his profits will do well to han his Lion Brand is guaranteed 33.5% Nitrogen ,r,
look alike diseases of farm antjsnals. <

The important thing is to, recognii* that each presents a! ) L 1i
'different problem needing a cUt;, Lion Brand is guaranteed to flow freelyIMPLEMENT ,w

s lerent method of treatment and

Dunln,. The wise owner win keep YeteFor

this in mind, and make sure of I
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away May 14, 7 p. m. to"Brought f

Register today at MAC'SFumittre FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOKL1uMk15 Qs Y4OllIJ1OSTII[ f

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(past several weeks) do you read the Fisherman's.

'-Tommle Wardlaw, driving without 'tut 12R Calendar! I
license, $25 bond estreated amt .
William -Q Lammons, 'disturbing A

the peace, $25 bond estreated. j'p 3 CALLED ,

|Benton II Johnson, disturbing the,:. $HELLCRAGKER COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR 4
peace, $25 bond estreated. BECAUSE OF

.Willie Ghent, speeding. $25 fine 9 ;d t f HABITSHELLS FOR THE: WEEK MAY 8 THRU MAY 15 <<
suspended upon one year good be- CIZJACKINGrr
havior.iFloyd. r 1. E OP TiMe for Ccfc DIy, -r. Wta fish Bit. Best"
; R Johnson, reckless driving

David C McDantel! driving while SNAILS -rHEM 8 9 I 10 I 11 I 12 J 13 I 14 I 15 '
Intoxicated, $100 bond estreated. ,
15AVOPJ'TE o ONE z>p )::3 );: l 1 *0 JO::: : ==> .
A C Ghent, drunkenness, $25 WfIGHS
thirty days. or I THE: $REAM FISHERMA POUNPOR.. MORE.t. 21d2 12:05 12:33 1:02 2:01 3:02 4:03 5:03 f .
Harry; Haynes, public drunkenness -
and entering without breaking, ; ON THE BREAM SEP$ -..- .

$100 bond estreated. USUALLY >J Blacker the Fish Better the Day for Fishing )

Jimmy II Stokes, speeding, $25 + DuR'NG Y

fine suspended for one year good. / APRILS

behavior.Oscar Mosley, drunkenness, ,$25 or MAY,

thirty days.Chesterfield. .
Griffin, drunkenness, b- ANCJUNE IIOWARD3TUDSTILLComtwnsJ I

$25 or thirty days. : I

Theodore Ingram, .speeding/ ..,.,$25" -6- ,>
bond estreated.
Daniel Cone Brown,'reckless drivIng I RDA gAMB AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMI5SIOrtI960 ,
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$150 bond estreated. Lumber
John Bill Chester, drunkenness,
$35 bond estreated.

McKinley Grim, driving while intoxicated -
$100 fine. 36106Madteon,
Tim Haynes, speeding, $25 fine. -Rrolfe HU

Milton Driggers, drunkenness, $25
bend estreated.
J D Driver, reckless driving, $50' : :
bond estreated. Ford Falcon 2 dr

PROGRAM MOORE ON FOLK FESTIVAL radio, heater, del. trim, The Tone Is Now! To OPEN HOUSE :

No doubt each-reader of this low mileage, demo.I I purchase your Power- AND WAREHOUSE SALE OF

article has at some time or another
been stirred or otherwise impressedby CO. Mower at Western Auto
the melodic tune and poetic! ;
words of the beloved Gospel song, Store. Factory Close-Out Items

"In a Land Where We'll Never: .

hat Grow its" But, Rev is the J reader C Moore aware Sr,I HOSPITAL NEWS Pr'.r.: ....- ...........................-'f' (GIFTS TO EACH PURCHASER REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED

t is the father of North Florida r Doors will open at 8 o'clock Friday morning; May 6th, and remain open until

Junior College's Director of the Admissions: Miss Sheila Bochnia NFJC CROUP PRESENTS 9 o'clock that night; then open again Saturday, May 7th, from 8 am to 5 pm.
Evening Division and Instructor In Mrs A C Coody Mr* Marie Plant DRAMATIC PRODUCTION I
Mathematics, Mr J C Moore, Jr? Mrs Jo Allan Smith, Mrs Betty i NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET
J C Moore Jr, who is also an Next :
Tuesday night, May 10, at
Jean Bowen, Mrs Ann Tudor
ordained minister has announcedthat 8 p m. the curtain in the Methodist Trellises Planters and Pot Holders and Standssuch
his father will appear on the Theresa Morris, Curtis Carwell, Fellowship Hall In Madison' will ,
at the Stephen Foster Folk Frank Davis, Mrs Elizabeth Newton -
program rise for the
beginning ort'bat
have been advertised in all floral
.' Festival this Sunday afternoon May I Clifford Jordon, Mn Jean promise to be an entertaining as shops. N

8, at the Stephen *Foster Memorial Jones, Mrs Effie Gay, Mrs Eliza -Evening with the Masquers." GET YOUR MOTHER'S DAY GIFT HERE oJ' ,,* ,

In White 'Springs The junior Mr II.beth Sullivan and Lonnie Wether-. The Masquers., or the Masquers .: .'
Moore will introduce his father to
ington. Drama Guild, of North 1 Florida
the audience which in I tPIiEx..O.CLASS w.
past years I Discharged: Mrs Laverne Willettc Junior College, under the leadership FLORAL SUPPLY m, ; \ ':
has averaged between 1500 and 2000 .
and of Mr James Moncrief, Drama
baby. J B Stewart Miss '
for the annual
persons three-day \,
event Agnes Burnett Miss Sheila Both Coach ut NFJC, will present to MONTICELLO, FLA. .

The program will also feature nia. Mrs Betty J Bowen and baby, the public the play "Riders to theSea" Watch for our Sign as you enter Monticello from
by John Synge and three
skits end musical numbers of a folk T Morris, Mrs Stella Matthew. dramatic readings To Anlhea" read Madison County Area

nature from anyone desiring to Mrs Ann Tudor 'Mrs Delia Lang. by Virginia Ezell of Perry, "Silence

participate. ford Clifford Webb Mrs Marie lead by Jo Ann Jones of Mact Jenny,
Plant Mrs Rosie Coody, Mrs Jo and Tor Abode The Bells Toll" THE BOOK SHELF
.1958 Ford 2 Victoria \We headquartersfor
Allan Smith and baby, Mrs Lu- read by Herbert Hart of Crow City. are

venla Barn, and Mrs Julia Kelley. Mr Moncrief stressed that theentire WILLIS RECORDING
About half of the movies made
Loaded $1495 BABY SMITH program plus the reception Major Appliances.
are inspired by novels and short
following the production is free to
Mr and Mrs Don Smith of Madison *
the public The reception will beheld stories. Some of the books which STUDIO
HARDEE Fla announce the birth of a WESTERN AUTOIN
CO. on the lawn between the Metho. bare made great movies In recent ;
baby boy, April 27. lie weighed
dist church and the Fellowship Halt rears are available at the Madi-
8 Jbs and 8 l\tOVING-GOING OUT OF \
oza.BABY The of
story "Riders to the Sn"It son County Library.
:-- Do It YourselfRENT BOWEN a mere moment in the lives of BUSINESS SALE
i The Nun's Story, by Kathryn THE CIRCUIT COURT, 3rd
Mr and Mrs James Bowen of a few characters but it holds within -' Huezne. a widely read best seller JUDICIAL CIRCOF FLORIDA 45 RPMs -.........-.-' .73
AFastFoamer Lee Fla, announce the birth of a it the meaning of what they and I' during the past three years has IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY. 3.98 LPs -- ..--*-..-. 2.72

baby girt April 27. She weighed millions like them have done and been made into movie IN CHANCERY. 4S3 LP's ...?....-...?---....-.......?.. X49
5 lbs and 14 OZi.BABY. suffered They have struggled forsurvival now a Henry Paul Sever Plaintiffvs. f 5.98 LFs .............._._....:......._ 4.22 I
JONES .; they hare gone down to II starring Audrey Hepburn. It is the ,, .
i defeat before ,the Indifferent forcesof story of a dedicated nun who i Bobbie Watson Sever, DefendantTO SCOTCH TAPES
Mr and Mrs D Alvin Jones of I
tt 9t wind and sea. Out of fatalism served first as a nurse in a hospital : Bobbie Watson Sever residence -
; Gainesville Fla, announce the birth 100 ft plastic, extra play 3501SOO
touched with faith and out of a for the insane, then in a Congo and address unknown.
of a baby boy. May 2, at the I ft Tartan Series 3.00
: :.'; : supreme weariness, they tftIgntt.emseh'es Mission, and finally in a TB DIVORCEYou 1200 ft all.purpose. 2.35:
local hospital. lie weighed 7 lbs to defeat and In that sanitarium in occupied Holland. are hereby notified that a

.,. and 3 ozs. resignation: find release. The Old Man and The Sea is ant of Complaint for Divorce hasbeen RADEC 1200-ft high fidelity 1.25.
rCkaiY'Rs COLORED PATIENTS The cast, composed entirely of filed against you and you are
.: .i another best seller which has been Give me an offer on the! fettewteg:
students from
Florida Junior of
Admitted: Dorothy Jean ADcens, required to serve a copy your
and Della Brinson, Discharged: College is: Maurya (an old woman) made an outstanding movie. It Answer or Pleading to the Bill ofrompt.aJ.nt Sheet and book muse, 3 and 5-in
Earlene Schlotthaoer of Live Oak tells of the courage and tenacityof the Plaintiffs AMtorney '
: on !
Dorothy Jean Aikens and baby, empty reels spHeing tape, timing
;, and Alvin PowelL Hartley (her son). Ben Maher of an old Gulf Fisherman in land- R E Cowart whose address i leader. Each or all at your price
; Madison; Cathleen (her daughter). Ing a monster marlm. Is Madison, Florida, and file the
Born to Dorothy Jean Aikens, Deanna Mixon of Perry" Nora (a from TED WILLIS
; ; Other films the works of original answer or Pleading in the I
1;,II J<. on April 28 a baby girl weighing 'I younger daughter), Yvonne Parker writers include: Green Mansions, office of the Clerk of the Circuit 40-1 N E Hancock HU 3-6827

":: 6 Ibs and 3 ozs.HOSTESS of Perry; One of the women Nancy The Sound and the Fury Ben Hur. Court in and for Madison County.
r Ttbbals of Madison; Old man, Wil- Florida on or before the 23rd day of
With The Wind :Moby Dick,
f" AT BREAKFAST Liam Land of Mayo; Another man Kay A. D. 1960. If you fail
: Caesar.Var and Peace
James Scanlan of Madison. Samuel Julius to do so. Decree Pro Confesso will Miss Josle Smith has retired after
J Miss Sircy Rowe daughter of Mr McCall of Perry will be in chargeof From H re to Eternity, The BridgeOn be entered against you for the relief fifteen years service with the Motor

1.1 and Mrs J T Rowe and a senior at props and scenery. Miss Merle the River KwU Magnificent demanded In the Bill of Complaint.The Vehicle Commission in Tallahassee,
Madison High School entertainedwith Pitts of Perry and William Greene Obsession Raintree Country. and Enterprise-Recorder Is hereby and Is residing with her sister. MrsJ
: a breakfast at her home at of Madison will have charge: of others. designated as the newspaper in M Pafford at their country home 4 a. m. Saturday morning following costuming and makeup.IS which said order shall be published east of MadIson.BUSINESSIEN.
the High School JuniorSeniorprom once a week for four consecutive: ,
I! AM IJMIsteryR and late show at Woodanfs YOUR ORGANIZATION holding Tell 'em you saw it in weeks. I
Theatre Couples invited enjoyed a a rally, having a fundraisingdrive Witness my hand and official seal
Phone HU :3-2385 delightfully informal breakfast of selling cookies, throwing a lime Town this 20th day of April A. D. I960. If yon want customers every; I
; bacon and eggs toast donuts I catfish supper, or promoting an your DALE M. LESLIE; Cleric Circuit week in your store, tell 'em
1'esferi Art StareMADISON. I II
I cinnamon buns and coffee. Mr and entertainment? If so play it cool Court. about it in an E-R ad every;
>{\. I Mrs Rowe assisted their daughterwith I and promote it with low-cost spot zette-Tbe E-H I (SEAL)
:., FLA. entertaining her guests. ads on WMAF and. In THE E-R. By Jeannette T LeJJe. D. C week. .. I
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VISIT Mrs Jimmy Sullivan underwentan

I May 14 7 operation Tuesday morning at "
is with heartfelt gratitude that away p. m. the MCM HospitalIS
Please heartfelt
Ruby Fabric Sbp I wish to thank the people of Mad- accept my
thanks citizens of Madison
ison county for the fine vote you!I Register today aFintrne MAC'S county ORGANIZATION hold
for the fine vote me in
I you
AT NEW LOCATION ca** me Tuesday in returning roe! gave ing a rally, having a fundraisingdrive
the election and for the
__ 1 Tuesday
f as your Tax Assessor I feel most selling cookies, throwing a '
and courtesies have thowedntJ1'
2 doors from the Bank on South humble and grateful, and will gh-e''! Appfiancel many you catfish supper or promoting an
and the
Range Street In Madison Florida you my very lest senior at all I, me over years. It entertainment? If so play it cool
has been pleasure to
a serve you
times. Let's forget the election now COllpUly. and promote it with low-cost spot .
FABRICSNOTIONSPATTERNSTomlinson the past four years as a Memberof I
all pull together for our fine
your School Board and I now ads cn WMAF and in THE E-R. '
County and State.
Ruby Sincerely SINGING CONVENTION urge that we all get behind our
School Board Member and all
Mr and Mrs S R Sapp 'an* INVITES HER FRIENDS AND TIlE A large number attended the annual work for better schools for Madison Wiring RepairElectric

pounce the engagement and ap PUBLIC TO COME IN TO HER Madison 'County Singing Con- aunty .
proaching marriage of their daughter NFW LOCATION, PREVIOUSLY BREAKS INSTEP vrnUon Sunday at Macedonia Baptist Sincerely. Bryan Co. I

Pearlle Ruth Sapp, to Mr. OCCUPIED BY R. MICKLER'S church when singers gathered RUSS DUGAN.
lira C M Plant is able from aver the and from
Edwin DonL WhItfield, son of Mr STORE FOR MEN now to county 1
and Mrs C M Whltfield of Perry be up and about her home with the Tallahassee. Jasper, Valdosta and
Florida. aid of a walker after having broken other surrounding communities.

The wedding will take place June the Instep of her left foot when she Mr Oscar Henderson presided over OLD TIRES

the hipped on a step and lost her the program and announced the .
10th at 5:00 o'clock p. m. at The Wistaria
Moseley Hall Baptist church. balance. The Injury will require the numbers. .
wearing!' of a cast for some time yet At noon a bountiful picnic lunch :
The couple will make their homein ,
was enjoyed, AREUNSAFEaSpring :.,>\
Florida. The wistaria
Perry, it such a beautiful vine,
REV HUGHEN RECOVERING the number of risl- : '
Among large
No invitations will be sent, but Crawling 1IJd'climbing to find
torn and former residents who at- Tire Sale is now going ,
all friends and relatives of the something to entwine.In .
I The Rev Lewis tended Mr and Mrs S E Williams. )
D were
couple are cordially Invited.l955Studebaker winter, it's bare and silent and on-Come in and get your set
still; the Hopewell Baptist church is Mr and Mrs S E Worthington .

t 4-dr In spring its buds the branches do recuperating In Memphis Term Mr and Mrs Barnard Mllford of .Firestone Tires. Now at a 0 .
fill where he underwent back and nerve Mr and Mrs Earl Milford Mia
And surgery. lie expects to be released Mige Green, and Mr and Mrs John great savings. "
soon Its in clusters of beautiful
radio heater & automatic blue, within the next two weeks. Curry all of Jacksonville; Mr and
Mrs Haghen has as her guest at I Mrs Chandler Pickets, of Palatka;
Which makes us think we all ought
tier home here, her sister Mrs L W Mr and Mrs Oscar Gemmons of
to be
t President $695 Carlee of Birmingham, Ala. Whitehouse: Mr and Mrs Wlnfleld '
And when the blooms fall and the
Simmons of Lake Wales; Mrs Olin

t HARDEE MOTOR CO. And leaves the rains appear.come down In the 1957 Ford Ranchwagon and Furginson Mrs Leroy and son Jackson of Chipley of Starke; Mr DAVISSERVICE

spring of the
year and Mr and Mrs Lawton McCul-
i The vine goes to climbing for higher radio heater &. I
overdrive of Winter Haven.
f Attend Cofeaal Dames towers, lough STATION
Which reminds us that we should
look to higher po'en.Mas clean car $1095 Mr and Mrs. A V Withers of '
MeetingMiss B W WELLS Jacksonville spent the weekend 711nd1dcn" y HU3-660I

with Mrs J B Hardee and other
Whittle Dickinson Mrs !

Emmy Kelly Howerton and Mrs To In Fe&Festival relatives.
I Helen Dickinson Hembree attended --.--- .. .

o lunc, :eon meeting Monday InTallahassee I .". "'
r of the Dominie Everar- OF 4
dus Bogardus chapter of Colonial Y
Dames of the 17th century. The /' *
.I960 Census of P Populoii
A of Madison
I meeting was held In the Tallahas- group elementary
ace Dining room, and was for the school sixth graders, 16 girls and r.
election of officers for the ensuingyear. 20 boys will go to White Springs
. this Friday morning to participate w
! Among officers elected were Mrs In the eighth Florida Folk Festivalat WERE YOU COUNTED ? I I
J G Kellum, president; Miss Whittle the Stephen Foster Memorial, and "
Dickinson. Chaplain Mrs J Robert will present the May Pole danceat ,
McClure membership chairman, and the opening of the show. They s
Mre: Howerton and Mrs Hembree will be directed by Mrs Allen Tad # .
lock with The enumeration of American In the 1960 Census Is now almost :
to the Board of Directors. The next Walln'Wbltlock as
meeting will be held in Novemberin pianist. tini shed.' As you know, it Is very important that the Census be i

Tallahassee complete and correct. U you believe that you were not counted, __. I

Report of the National Convention COMPLIMENTED WITH SHOWER please fill out the form below and mai1dI.. ,Unmedioiefgto; ) U5. Censvs District C lFhct.
held in Washington, D C, given by Miss Pearlie Ruth Sapp, whose -- 120 S E 1st Ave,
Mrs' Lauder secretary of the chap. marriage to Edwin DonL Whitfield Gainesville Fl*. I

ter, was one of the highlights of will be an event of June 10th was :
the program. complimented with a surprise miscellaneous .rwrrwrrrrwrww-rrrwwwwwwwwwrwrwwwrr-rrr..rwwrwMrrwww..rrwrr-----------.,

shower given by Mines' ,

La\on Kinsey and Lavon Martin
Install Officers Monday evening at the borne of MrsL I have c1Jedced with the members 01 my household, and I believe IIIet one for moN) 01 us was NOT counted, here or anywhere else, I Iin I

P Cruce In Greenville. About 1 the 1960 Census. I II

twenty-five guests attended the love- 1 I.i I I...
Mrs J S Tomlinson was installed ly affair. On April 11, 1960, I tired of i
president of the Business Woman's The dining table, covered with'a (Boor Naa
Club at a dinner meeting Monday lace cloth held at one end a crystal 1 I t
evening In the private dining room punch bowl encircled with sweet This oddress Is located bttwttft end. 1 1 1I

at Hotel Madison Mrs Van H Priest peak and fern and at the other a I 4w.."atr.hc K a..u Street o,&oW) I 13I

war Other the offcers Installing installed officer were Miss was large cut white and cake sen'ed1th was placed punch that I I am lidin9 below the nome and reqvimJ InEormcion for mysttl and'each member 01 my household. i t f fI fI fI

Mary Evelyn Cottlngham V-Pres; mints and salted nuts. A lavely arrangement I ,
Mrs George Gandy, treasurer; Mrs of yellow glade and white PLEASE BE SURE TO UST- DO NOT LIST- I i iI

Sue Quick, recording secretary; and chrysanthemums graced the buffet. An iMmbtn el yew family fcrfatj with yov, incuds. ;
Mrs Allene Tadlock, corresponding Games played during the evening : PLEASE USTi 'iftfbabta.AH > 0 Coil.!. itudentf who ore away at college I ;

secretary. were directed by Mias Lavon Mar other' relatives' litinj here. COf who are here only on vacation o ). I .;

Twelve guests were seated for a Lodgers and boarders tnrfaif..... Person stationed away from here .In the I I
tin.The I 1. Everyone ,to *waflr Uses In nut .I
course menu. Spring
Armed Forces.
honoree received many attractive 1 Servants+ tai hands others not nfated to you *& I
centered the table. household. whether related to roor -
1" tirtftf tort .
gifts. .
*. Persons away in Institutions,such as a son.itarium
1 Anyone else sfayfa? hen .b.t who has no other ,nvnwtj home home for the aged, : -
l mental hospital.
SET LIQUID NUTRIENT Farron Tomlinson celebrated. her 1I !. All persons staff fore who bare ALSO LIST- I ...

!fourteenth birthday anniversary Friday I H Other a.o... Person who twollf Un .here but who art away TJf y will// be counted I&c,.. "
Gainesville.Young plants get off at. the i
i eenIng1th a party
temporarily on bvsbins,on vacation' or In a general I IhosPtaL
to a better start If they are placedon Madison Art Center which was -

a liquid diet, according to S A beautifully decorated for the oc 1I I

Rnse, assistant ornamental horti casion. Thirty-five guests attended. I NAME OF PEESOXS UTW8 IM THIS K08KHOID ON milt.I WId II thnlosio.iMp bntspenoerWUf. b. this. I
culturist with the Florida Agricul- Dancing was enjoyed throughout ISO, JLKO THOSE STATUS HOC WHO HATE KO OTHU HOME OfOCX pesos- I t
Mart d
tural Extension Service. tlie and mints and i
evening punch I versa tO N.
Mix Herod 01 boseltold 0.'n. ... ... sad et Ab WfctowtJSepoioteu I
two tablespoons of 6-8-8 fertilizer salted! nuts were semi I I II Male Awaken lava DIYOtCM
of Mod
per gallon of water for plantsset Mr and Mrs J P Tomlinson..assisted I ." '! -u Ui anied 1chft.oId.tIt'"" I II Ios.otd Z or w... was this Ii
in sandy soil and a like amountof their daughter In entertain infWs I Married dtSaVen end their hmU' (for example, Fa.aht O lnes pence ban Single (never
0-12-20 fertilizer per gallon of lug the guests. Farron received many rrftr Other relatives I wife, son, FUIptooHawona* aniedT? II

water for plants set In muck or attractive gifts.PATRIOT. I I trim shot nlafed to Wad ol hovsehotdMQ rruvdlotk daughter... (Morn) FaIt Hawafa I{ (Leave blank for I

peat soils. Use about a cup of I VI rob 11III& a.I.....lies.wu..a i mo .Nilodgtr .-..w. AI... children born i
starter solution per plant. . T I. lodgtr's EM...o after March 31* I
(PI) wife (el J7 (P6) 1946)
If ) I
possible set the plants soon I
efter a rain when It', cloudy or (By Glenice Raulerson. In tClewkton. 1I t.a.f.... I fins...... 1' Jaiw'i (P3) (1)), Month 1( Year. P7) 1t .
late in the afternoon. Flau, News, and sent to I
Remember that protecting the us by Mrs Maud Munroe,. at former I I I Head I I i

plants from the sun for three or Madisonian). ,, -,t\; '>> 1i II:
I I it01r
four days after transplanting also m' a T \ % :I

protects your green thumb prestige. Patriotic is a word ,. ,y ** i r ri I.
Palmetto fans boards '''.
newspapers That makes me think- rI :
and many other items can bemused firTemies Cf men whose stories,,, j* 1I I I I 'I. .
as shading materials. s, : ilpIt
Are not written In Ink's :if Ir
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SwanMf? Patriotism is
an act
: Gf loyalty of man 1 1 I I I I .!'

CALL To his family home .
I CO..DIJCT1AL-nc c-: is ed b'. tile Uphd Sfoht C.rtitvtioe; and fwrthc'authorized I
Burke Or native land. I Name oE tit who h lled thu f ohms. b. II us.C So t. Ili.12..... TN Jaw nqWq tlat.. i.qie. ha anwered COft'plctcly a d I
I ecc.rohly, ad ..eromt.a that $tt i.fmnatioe htiWwd ill' ba accorded e..Meafid treat I
I Patriots are people I ..... TN c.- report CGMot ha bed lot pwpotet .. tahas oh,. ittnltipti. a nsttiaoa I

Extermiutilg C.. Like Colin Kelly and Nathan Hale I t..1GPH1.'l"es... I .
They gave their lives I M0. rf' ,d

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GIVemoM O Late To Classify' j All GUtsCittVrapped Free '
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SALE: Caterpillar Bulldozer 4 "N
for clearing or logging. Runs 22e
elL $1,500. A good buy. ADAM d -Afar Son
Rt 3, Madison, Fla. ""'4
36-lt-ch 4r The Friendly Shop

FINEST CANDIES IN an adding: machine .or We Give SAlt Green Stamps

I. ., Bclle-Camp-Panqulns at E-R office. Only I PHONE IIU :3-6750 MADISON FLORIDA
} a day, $4.00 per"eek, ; k .
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Smith .OO
i Drug per month.

: MADISON : Man or woman for I 2nd. PRIMARY CANDIDATES I Georgia Red Sweet
24 will
paper route In Madison. :May 5, 1960 : May soon
Rent an adding Box 570, Madison. 36-ltpd here. Please let us have your
typewriter at E-R seenI I TO THE VOTERS OF MADISON COUNTY: last-minute message to the Draws. Check
: Female 'pointer puppy,
$1.00 a day, $4.00 per old, color white and liver I am deeply grateful to you for the wonderful vote voters by MONDAY Thanks with E. M. MAY
$16.00 per month. answers to name of Dolly. you gave me in the May 3rd Primary. My' sincere thanks TliE) E-R. at

II please notify JAMES are extended to the 2442 voters giving me a majority in
We are Madison Fla. 36-lt-ch every precinct in :Madison County. I earnestly and sin Vickers Implement Co.

cerely solicit your continued confidence and support on ROTARY CLUB

.for Major) May 24th. ', Guest speaker-at the Rotary Slight Charge
Sincerely, '
Mower Service Club Wednesday was the Rev
Thomas S Field who Is holding a -
: WESTERN and rebuilding; also any revival .t the First Baptist church A slight charge Is made for:
-- this week lie made a splendid talk O ALL ENTERTAINMENT
small engines repaired
Notice To Bidders GlVt MoM on Freedom and Its relation to NOTICES
R M Scruggs, W B {
I the Bible reading areas. (regardless of sponsor)
Wiley Sirmon. were AtJJ) Other guests were Mr W H Mikell e I ALL -NOTICES OF MONEY-
,Federal Grand Jury duty in singer at the revival and Mr R T RAISING PROJECTS
The Board of Public Instruction of
'sonville this week. Mr Cornelius. (regardless of sponsor)
Madison County, Florida, will receive
: was made foreman of the YOUR ORGANIZATION hold- sealed bids In the Board Room of MHS seniors attending were Misses e ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE
\ rally, having .a fund-ralaing the said Board, County Courthouse Joan Townsend. June Ragans Ann ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY
/ CO."T* selling cookies, throwing a Madison, Florida for furnishing of MADISON Massey and Linda Tuten. KIND
Give mtber a supper, or promoting an all labor and materials to construct: Belle-Camp-Panquins (regardless of organization)

If so, play it cool Classroom Building I Mrs J M James and Mrs Roy prices are reasonable: Rising pro
for Mother's Day promote It with low-cost spot Suwannee River Junior College Smith Drug Store Mllliron have returned from a week duction costs force us to omit ALL
WMAF and In THE E-R. (Phase I) end visit In Sarasota with Mrs FREE ADVERTISING.DEAN'S. .
LIONS CLUB Madison, Florida MADISON FLORIDA 'James son-in-law and daughter Mr
Bids for the project will be received i and Mrs Thad H Buford. LIST
P until 9:00 a, m, June 1, flIflYEATIIER I -
Kelly was In charge of the
Friends of Cathy Cornelius will
: .
1960, at1 ch time 'they will be
at the Lions Club meet publicly opened and read In the 23 in. Heavy Duty Rotary be happy to learn that she made
and gave an Impromp- Board Room, County Courthouse. Week ending May 3rd the Dean's List at Rollins College
very Interesting and I Madison, Florida. I Max Win RL Power Motors 'this past term This has greater
Mrs E J Harris has .
address on Citizenship Drawings Specifications, General Wednesday 86 6-1 .01 significance because she was placed
from a two weeks' visit in
'/ wood with Mr and Mrs C 0 Conditions Instructions to Bidders Thursday 81 63 .00 in the advanced English class daring -
and sons Harris Wade ''and Included Jim Dazey of end Form of Proposal may be obtained Friday 82 61 .00 $59.95EASY this term.
," Dr Thomas S Field, of from the Office of the Architect Saturday 83 64 .11
".. 2nd. PRIMARY Charles, La, Mr W H Mikell EmU G. Ball, 6208 Arlington Sunday 85 63 .02 TERMS Mr and Mrs Graham this week.Motors of Tampa. .
and Rev James Road Jacksonville U, Florida and were visitors here
,;, DATES: May 24 will of Madison. Messrs Field & all bids made in accordance there Monday 82' 60 .00
Tuesday 73 59 J5 Messer Battery & Tire
here. Please let us have are conducting a meeting with. a Evinrude
last-minute message to Baptist church here this General contractors may obtain -
voters by MONDAY. two sets of drawings and specifications Total .25 Company Bryan Electric Co.
by making a $40 deposit for Rainfall week ending Apr 30that
THE E-R. FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT this project which will be refunded Gibson Tower 1.40 In. Lovett
to those firms making bona fide :
') Tower 0.30 In, Audlla Tower,
Mrs W E Morris, of
T-4-L liquid for 3 to 5 days. bIds! when drawings end spccifica-
this week. the Infection. If not delighted don General contractors not submitting forestry headquarters 0.80 in.
Instant-drying T-4-L your 48c a bona fide old must return Rainfall for month of April 4J83 THANKS !
: 1954 Plymouth from any druggfat. Note: T-4-L the drawings and specification in.
for severe cases. Use tenor more days before the date set Rainfall Jan 1st through Apr
FOOT POWDER too-gives an- for receiving bids In order to revkept 30th 20.67 In. :
i ban, recad. en! soothing protection NOW the refund. Material dealers Sun rises May 6th 5:46 am. sets. ., FOR ELECTING US YOUR FARM
'1 ."\ '. Drug Store. (adv't). may obtain complete sets only of 705 pm. .
$495HARDEE drawings and specifications for $30
-Don't Jet your Moon sets May 6th 2:45 am. SUPPLY DEALER!
per set which must be returned tenor
forget you! Keep 'em Moon In constellation of Leo May
: more days prior to bid opm1nc.1norWr
MOTOR with low-cost ads on 6th.
to receive a refund. General
WMAF and In THE E-R. contractors. may obtain additional High tide May 6th at St Marks We will strive to serve you faithfully with\your

complete sets at.$20 per set under light 10:46 pm. interest at heart.

the same conditions of refund asset Come by and visit us. .

: forth above for General Con- We carry a complete line of insecticides and garden supplies
t ractors. Additional 1956
Look Farmers! drawings maybe Country
procured through the Architect Visit our Garden Center catering to the ladies.
by Contractors and Material Dealrs -
k.;, WE HAVE PLENTY upon payment of cost of reproduction Squire, J loaded $1250 Custom Spraying for your azaleas and camellias.
which: will not be refund-
certified or cashier's check or Full line of FJUI. Feeds
FENCING BARBED WIRE POULTRY NET- bid bond properly executed in a .

t.. TTiNG .STOCK SALT-ALL KINDS OF POULTRY AND sum cot less than 5% of base bid.I.'ab1e 2nd. PRIMARY CANDI- Hardware and Farm Supplies
to the Board of Public DATES: May 24 will soon be
Instruction, most Mobile Milling on the farm
here. Please let us have your
as a guarantee that the
TOBACCO POISON Udder will promptly enter' Into last-minute message to the We now have Terasan 75" for brown spots in your lawn

Vi a',J. agreement to do the work and furnh voters by MONDAY. Thanks. Check With Your County Agent for Recommendations
We have 25 Ib. Jim Dandy Dog Food $L93* a performance bond In the sum E-R.
of 100% of the THE Come Trade With Us
contract. Each Your Neighbor Does
11 Prince Albert Tobacco: 15c Cab Best Cheese In TownURLES&SONS
proposal when submitted must be
-::1\'lt\" early[ marked on the cover with Far Quality FornitiBreFripbire EILLi HILTON CAVE
the Bidder's name and the name
Gt the project The Board reserves S a
f ft'f. the right to reject any oraU Appliances

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be debated any more
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:boys and girls in school, and country
; people in town of a Saturday w\- 'Ner .
night, could talk it over: Is war, ] ,,

or troubles is peace? ,Nowadays the beat way out of our 4. 411TriII. \\\\ .' .

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know the facts of .. \
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Corpses have no further worries. .
Their quarrels are over.Peace may .t'i.
not and will not, put an end to our
troubles; but it will leavers alive

to struggle with them. ".. "..

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peacemakers"jKxmded .. ,
are the 'l9Fry !j
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wonderful in the ears of w .w t

those who heard Jesus say It: it
sounds wonderful today. We wish
R. ewe* knew where the peacemakersare
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welcome We wish we knew how t ,
they do it-K often looks so hopeless 44I i, "..'i ,

,to us. For peacemaker in the %44 : .'.....
year One was thought to mean one Y
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whd could'think out a better way 0. brr t -../.
of living than by war.In this dread- I t tI'
ful year Nineteen Sixty peace- .
maker, if such can be found is one '- II" "
who can show us how to keep on i' ;J
'living at alL
Let us say only one thing about I
International peace or war. About '
the least we could hope for would THE CHURCH FOR ALL .\
.....'. ..toe that the church would ngt.-beat I
r fthe state's drums; that the church ALL FOR .CHURCH
Af!! J would speak up as dearly as acien.tists t The Golden Time

",.....".. and others outside the church I I I ) (! The Church is the greatest factor on earth for

k liave spoken danger,'and about folly the of extraordinary depend-- .. the building of character and,good, eitizensh P.
utagjon H-bombs-for safety;-and r ".<::.: ..._ (,... ._\. '1-a --. ..... It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a
thai the church wOUld' not let it T strong Church neither democracy civilization

continue to appear that peace is ., \ and I got married, golden weddings seemed just as can survive. There are four sound reasons why ,

talked-up those on ,the and far wished side for of,the only iron by 'remote" ; :as* th ebratlh Y probably do to you. Matter of fact, folks cele- every person should attend services regularly and i

.curtain. ? : seemed like museum pieces! support the Church. They are: (I) For his I

Let us come down to some prob- + !, own sale. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For '

llems we can do more about. Jesus Nd here we are, posing for our fiftieth anniversary picture! the sake of his community and nation. (4) For .

(spoke of hostilities that men have Funny park of it is that we don't feel a bit like "old folks!" the sake of the, Church itself, which needs his
whether their countries are at war '
a J. moral and material support. Plan to toj
or not He of personal enemies. 1
.What shall we do with them? Still, a couple can't be married for half a century without putting > church regularly and ,read. jrourJPje \f ail .

Trtttlst Esfr.lM Wit Love ', iiva. lot of living. :Mom and I have. There were times when we' ... ....-, .

If you are the sort of person who "I' were 50 happy we thought we'd burst. other times when it didn't Day Book Chapter Verses!

enjoys a fight for the fight's sake, : ''seem asnf we could find the strength to keep going another minute.
if you like to make a row, if peacejwems I SundAy.Psalms. 37 25-31
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to you M. sissy** paradise, I;1' Monday Romans 6 17-18
then you are not a Christian to begin '" f Through it all, we've had our church. Ufa, hard to put into Tuesday Psalms 91 1-16

with. No uae talking to you till *wonS!nW important that's been. Maybe you'll get an idea when Itelfcrofljt&ls. Wednesday Romans 5 1-6
you Join the (Christians.Cut if you Matthew
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really want to live at peace, Jesus When Mom asked me what I'd like to do to celebrate t Friday Psalms 30 1-6

has chocking the way sentence to it: LOVE In one YOUR short : OU J a i.versaI'YI said, "First of all, let's co to Church. I' want Saturday I Thessalonlans 5 11-13. :

JENEM1ES. 1, to sayra. little prayer of thanks." .

How. can this be done? Jesus 1 I." T*

makes some suggestions, sets up ',' ,. *. v Mora. smiled at me. "So do I," she told me.
aome guideposts. He does not release '
us from having to work outa $b'TicJ
great deal by ourselves. First he I f i0.JbbfrrA/r, Smarr Shnhrg v. r, ,

tells us to take the initiative. If -eF MR -,. : -. M7 ., ." '..SL.A .
you wait for your enemy to'make .. swrJ-
the first move you may wait for-
ever. It is not cowardly or weakto .
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Peace with your neighbor is the '. These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals andEstabUahments

.most important project you can e"if.."
have. Jesus makes a striking illustration :
of this. Suppose you are -t.,. 'J .
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at the altar of God and at that N DRUG STORE

moment it occurs to you that some 1 ..., :IfW WILUS"RECORDING ,WESTERN AUTO STOREJ.
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t. invited to look this up in Matt ', MadisonFlorida F When clothes be..
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SCHWINN BICYCLES for the season and was right in BIRTHDAY PARTY "" ''' ..... ,."....,. ,.... -=
Franchised Dealers & Service MHS Basketball TeamHasCreatSeasin the middle of every scramble. He Patti Reeves: daughter of Mr and ,:III...HIIf.."",[;" ...,,,'II;'Ilf'! .""I....,.....".._,"" ,.. '"" "'".'"r

.. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. soured 117 points for the season. Mrs Marvin Reeves, celebrated her II
;,5 n average of 5 point per game sixth
birthday April 26th with a OLD
yHkBURGER JOB WILLIAMS_ PASSESAT and hit 23 Si of his shots.Buddy TIRESARE
6th birthday April 26. with a partyat
HOME HERE Ragans. Senior, and Jim Miss Jean' Kindergarten. Her
Bunting Junior, were the second
small guests were the kindergarten
The Madison High School Basket line defense and both played well
Job Williams 83, died at his kiddies and other friends including UNSAFE
b&U team had a great winning during the season.
home South of Madison April 28. season Jim.
Nat Bland
w and Debbie Sauls,
: 20 and losing 3. They won the i The other boys on the squad were
He was born in Madison county, North Florida Conference title and Ronald Mandxiara Johnny Plant,Jim Leslie Haskell. Call and J P Ag- Spring Tire Sale is now, going I

but moved to South Florida in 1921 tournament with ease but had a Stanley Da.nnrn.omas and Wayne ner, and B M and Nina Gertrude
on-Come in and set
I where he resided until his retirement get your
bad night In the semi-finals of the GJLbs. Reeves small brother and baby \

in 1959, when he moved back district meeting and lost to Perry It Is interesting to note that the, sister of the honoree. The handsome of Firestone Tires. Now at a

:here. He was engaged in farming 68 to 60.Results first five starters on the team made I tiered birthday cake had the great savings.

before retiring. of the season were: the "B" average honor roll for the numeral 6 on the first tier Happy

I Survivors include his wife, Mrs Madison 55, Jennings 17. first semester and other membersof Birthday on the second and the
Madison' 49. Montlcello 36. the squad were also Included on
:Fannie Williams of Lee two
name on the third tier and
Madison this honor roll whole
44. Greenville 30. The team DAVISSERVICE
BASKETS daughters, Mrs John Hale, of
Madison 72 Perry 65. showed tremendous sportsmanship was topped with six candles and
Madison, and Mrs S D Knowles, Madison 77, Tallahassee Florida throughout the season and are to be decorated with tangerine rosettes.
fccludes French Fries end trimmings. ..
of Lakeland; one son, Jack Wll High 60.Madison. commended. Coach Brown who was : Games were played and favors
Curb Service. Call HU 3-6422 for '
liana of Lakeland; one brother, 76. Lire Oak 63. i named Coach of the Year in the Big were miniature beach hats whistles STATION
rders to take outRegular
Ira Williams, Clearwater; twenty- Madison 91, Branford 69. Bend a year ago was barely' nosed :and balloons. Tangerine and vanilla

Dinner 90c.Drive4n. six grandchildren and 46 great Madison 51, Jennings 29. out for the same honor this year. Ib cream was served In cones at

grandchildren. Madison 71. Lake City 44. Coach Brown is doing a great ,the bottom of which were miniature Phone HU 3-6601. Madison Fla
Madison 74. Greenrflle 44. Jot with our Madison boys--Con
Wtee Tip Services were held at 10 a m plastic prizes. The honoree received
Madison 64, Peny 67. gratulations. ... J
in Midway Baptist church
Madison 70, Fla. High Tallahassee The "B' team came along fast many lovely gifts.
MAYO ROAD with the Rev Lorace Cothron offici 55. during the season under Asst. Coach Bernabe. Justo and Derby Ulloa,
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ating. Music was by the church: 19. 17 and
Madison 75 Lake City 51. Mack Primm. Some of his" boys ages 15. Methodist students

The Great Books Discussion choir. Interment w In Corinth Madison 48. Live Oak 40. should make the big jump to the We are headquarters of Havana Cuba, arrived

In the cemetery with the T J Beggs Jr Madison 74. Mayo 56.Madison first team next year. the past week and enrolled Mon.
met Monday evening
NFJC Group library for a discussion of Funeral Home in charge. 70, Greenville. 59 NFC Truly a great season In basketball for Major AppHan es.I I day at Madison High School.
Tournament. has been .
Xpictetus-Discourses. Prof James Active pallbearers included # They are guests in the home of
Madison 91, Montkello 71 NFC
:lloncrief and W B Clark led the Messrs Herman Williams Lloyd \WFSTERNAIJTO the Rev and Mrs Paul Touchton
Tournament FORT JACKSON S C, 26 April-
discussion.< The group will meet Colvin, Gordan Ragans, Colon Bell while in the States.
Madison 75. Leon HI. Tallahassee Recruit William C Wynn. son of
again Monday evening. May 9, fora Gene Phillips and Clinton Shep- .
Mr and :Mrs William B 3 Lynn.
discussion of The Prince by
Machlavelli. pard. Honorary: Messrs Truman Madison 83. MonticelU 52. Route 4. Greenville. Florida/' air Haw ttg a b.0covld
Webb, Olin Webb, Tom Howard Madison 75, Mayo 51.
presently assigned to. CompanyC '
Theo Webb, R M Moore and WilLiam Madison 63. Branford 72. yov reiroiUtwftfc
7th Battalion. 2nd TrainingRegiment
Madison 75, Quincy 55 -District
Termites Swarming? Dickey. Tournament of the U S Army Training preseflf
Madison Center, Infantry, at Fort Jack.
60, 68District '
CALL Pattle Moore of R 3, Greenville, Perry "
South Carolina where he IS
son .--- .. property isuvraace?
BarkeExtermilatiDi in renewing for the home paper, Members of the Squad were: undergoing eight weeks of Basic

writes I enjoy reading it and wantit DonnIe Floyd, 6* 1". 181 fts. Combat Training. :.... The cost of rebuilding your home has goae up and up

to continue coming.x Guard. Set a new record for Madison over the years. Have you increased your property insurance -

Co. Hi by scoring 47 points against Goodyear Farm Tractor a. to covet these higher building costs?Make sure you

Phone 293-J Perry Florida MORNING PARTY FOR Monticello In the finals of NYC -. have the protection you need. Call us for_a completewunnce

IIRIDE-ELECT tournament He led the team In '. .w propaex checkup ..+aw?
scoring, averaging 23.1 points a TIRES I
Dr and Mrs A P Edgerly had as '
pone for a total of 508 points and ,
#, guests Thursday, Dr and Mrs W S Mrs J L Sullivan Mrs James T averaged 47 percent Named to the Large stock: priced right .:. MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY
Cook and Mr and Mrs R J Edgerry Sullivan and Mrs Arthur Bradley of All Big Bend First Team and All

., of Albany. Ga members of Dr Jasper were hostesses at a charming Class A First Team. Donnle was Messer Battery

) Edgerl/s family, who came to morning party Saturday complimenting second in scoring in the Big Bend. 108 W. Pinckney. Telephone HU 36250c

spend his birthday with him.x bride-elect Miss Rooms Barbara of the Naughton lower He was Conference. Awarded a & Tire Co.
football scholarship at FSU. It is \ 1fMdttJitHartfoedElnlmurieNCDmptllyGtWp "
floor were decorated. with floral ar entirely possible Donnie also "
Dr and.Mrs J M DuRant visited will -
In.the reception hall -- -
rangements. be seen on the basketball court in
; relatives in Columbia, S C daring gladioli, larkspur and gypsophtUa college
.i.... the week end.
were used and in the IMngroom Joe Adams, 6" 4". Center and efTh7ekendCI .
were arrangements of azaleas. The Captain of the Rod
: : Devils. Joe was
: table covered with an imported !! At
dining named to the All dan A second

a'x. :> NEWIOMFSWOULD } linen and organdy cloth was team. of the Big Bend with a totalof
bowl holding
centered with a silver 289 points and a3.1
j average per
white carnations and mums.. gome. He was also AU Conference.Joe ELLINORVILLAGE
Receiving 1 in the living room proved to be a fine leader and
the hostesses and honoree were Mrs
was the team's top rebounder with
t } o Money Down Check These! F E Naughton and Mrs T J BeggsJr. 157 and averaged 48 percent on his
Mrs Turner Darts and Mrs S
c 5 SILLS, NOT 3 shots. Ills outride shot was a real
L Brothers received .t the front
soft but
I No. 1 FLOORING, NOT No. 2 one, always knocked the AS10WAS
door, and assisting hostesses were "bottom out of the basket*" IN DAYTONA BEACH
R" No. 1 SIDING, NOT No. 2 Mrs R C Dickinson Mrs Carroll Randall
6' 1". Guard.
1 c 2x8 FLOOR JOISTS NOT 2x6. Blalock, Mrs Lewis Stewart, Mrs T Randall was named: to the All 99 FAKHY VACATION VttlASYTKC $1700 ; .. ..
TERMITE SHIELDS F Hay and Mrs S H Moore. Serving Class A second team of Big Bend WORD'S MOST FAMOUS KAC

t."T.. in the dining room were Misses with a, total of 285 points and an S. ..r t t..b C5i!iA..ts FOR 4 r

l, CRESOTE ALL SILLS AND Judy Livingston. Beverly Brtnson, average of 13 pts per game. Ran Free TV *...Ttfec*. MNUtSOY 13 days A 2 nlptd -
I Bennie :Rose Stewart, dan ballplayer
was"ft7 aggressive
r. s Tame Price as others that use No. 2 and Sheryl Williams. A variety of and 176 OF 650 UNITS
played an excellent defensive & BABY Sim< SOYICS; .
0"1't Material and Three Sills de'Jdous hors d ouevres, wafers game in addition to his ,-.. .., ... .. .vu. 22 f *
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To ability. He had 103 rebounds 'M rxs. ..., .
To 10 Years Pay -
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and cold were + II 1ir.o5
8RD10DEL:; AND ADDITIONS and averaged 46 % on his shots. L.-r..4..................
I honoree received gifts of china: and BiUy Rutherford. 6' *". Forward. .... ... r 1..... R.... ...r ,1.. 0-... 1.oM'
from silver in her from the hot- .. .
Get prices and specifications pattern Billy was named to the All Conference hpw a .dr.r
The Rest .Then You Will Buy tesses.Outoftown. team and second in
From Sparks Best guests Included Mrs rebounds with sa-a..a.-are. ..
t 191. He had totalof
a ..
J T Hlers and Mrs Joe Platt of Iw i. ale htf.,5 ......:a..l
% Otr Satisfied Customers Are Our 190 points for the season for I ..*.IM'" f5 Iw. I- s'' ,4
I i GREATEST Asset Quitman. an average &5 points a game anda EWNOR VIllAGE DePf.G
41 % serving average. BSly was ,
f Write Mrs Olin Furgtnsoa and son of an aggressive ball player and DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA 1

Chipley were weekend -guests of Chined under the boards."

::: Sparks Best I Hwes Mrs Furginson's sister Mrt r Edward Fred Hides 5* 11", Guard. The
Worthington and family. shortest man on the starting *5%

f MADISON FLORIDA Freddie made himself known for anT l1A1L '
NAVACO AWNINGS his aggressive, fighting defensive
r I .. HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY lay lie anne up .with 89 rebounds

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Polio Vaccination Clinic May 18 '


INSECT ON ORNAMENTALS OF EMPLOYE Bob Lay was installed Junior -A

it's *wt1ema. Director of District 3 FFWC at the Mrs J W Chason won the championship
Annual Florida Federation of in the Ladies Golf Tournament -

The best wayr to defend your ,Ean Collie Mrs CamiQe Minter, Women's Cub convention in Miami at the Country Club, held m.jcently. .
4 'IOOT...tint tSGOBYIELLFS prized ornamental plants from insect a native of Madison, Us, and now the past week. At the same cere- : An error in printing in last
....nrr attack this spring is to attack of Canton Dr, Eau Gallie has mony Mrs S G Edwards, of. Mayo; week's issue named the winner as

: the insects: now-before they been promoted to head teller of was Installed Senior Director of Mrs J W Watson.

-- have a chance tq build up to large the First National. Bank of Eau District 3.

'. .I.,. '" .. J .r-Setht ? numbers declares County Agent Gaflle. Mrs Lay. who has served the
"' "" r. Rudy ILimrick Madison Juniors as president for Let muffler and tai
Dr Stratton H Kerr of the Florida A graduate of Rice Business the past two years brought back
Agricultural Experiment Stations College of Charleston, S C she from the convention for her club
The annual Junior-Senior Promof
lifts a number of insects that was affiliated with, the Sottile four distinctive awards. They were: pipe experts check your
Madison high school was a gala give us trouble at this time of3'un Chain of Theaters of the PastimeAmuoctnent *lst an achievement certificate for
>FOR YOUR WATCH REPAIRING affair held Friday evening In thegymnasium. of the Club's work and contributions to
Let's take a look at some Co, and also as assistant free!
Courteous Service these and their controls.: caihicr for Sears Roebuck Co CARE: 2nd. for 100% participation exhaust system
Values The juniors carried out their Whlteflieft gardenlas and Ugu in that city. in the Polio Immunization program;
Outstanding theme Southern Splendor in the term heed attention in many yards. 3rd the Howard Menton award in Muffler and tail pipe
Mrs Muter
entered the employ
Come In ,and See Us beautiful decorations for the occasion WhliefUes are found on the under the department of communication
of the Eau Gallie bank In 1957
KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP aides of the leaves. They teed by and 4th was the Honor Roll award.
and has three courses of training 19c
MADISON A rose-covered trellis led the sucking the ,plant Jukes through
tiny beaks.-* Aft they feed they under the American Institute of W S C 8 MEETS
into the where in the
way gym excrete sticky material which Banking in the subjects. Principles installedforonlySERVICE
I" !"''J,'," .1l. ".( .. ":> entrance lobby a beautiful picture clings 'to'* the 'leave and oat da of Bank Operation 'Commercial Methodist'Women met Monday afternoon

painted by Catherine Morrow the unsightly, .black sooty mold Law and Negotiable Instruments. : Mrs Howard Studstill presided
graced the wall. A vinecovered grows and Mn Paul Teuchton read
Mrs Mlnter. with 'her husband;
TEA COMUMENTS wishing wen and trailing greens' Adult whiteflies which fly seat I the opening devotional The pro-
Fred, is molt active in civic affairs
MISS SIMS I' and flowers 5 completed the deco: when you shake foliage are small and as financial! secretaryof gram consisted of reports from the DAYIS

rations. Jean Morrow, in an old- infects which look like tiny moths. the 1ft'\'fS west Eau Gallic Civic I Annual Conference the Woman's
fashioned The young found attached: to the Society held In April in Miami by STATION
Mr and Mrs Howard Studstill gown, stood by the wishing
Assn. She is a member of the Baptist
B Davis and ? rlfidort. ollr
undersides oval Mrs Studstill Mrs J d
and Miss Alice Sims entertainedwith well and distributed coins to of the leaves. are I
flat, and light yellowish in color. 'church.DIES I Mrs J C Burnette.
a charming tea Sunday afternoon
be dropped into the well ,
Scale insects be present
at the Studtills Lakcsi6e home ; !::
< Panel covered tables centered i i: 2E
honoring Miss Ruth Sims, who year around but now they beginning IN MACON"HOSPITALMrs
marriage to James E Hardee Jr with small owu.mJedish1ng to be wore attire ADd to I ELECTRIC
will take place in June. wells to which were attached reproduce. Examine' your gardenias VALDOSTA

Roses were predominant in- the friendship,rings,, ,and. fortunes for, for wax; scales, Homrick suggests. Ida Ranew, age 70. of Green- ,

decorations in the rooms. The tea each guest -were" arranged In., They are usually m dirty white color vile died Saturday.:rdght flna., '
table in the dining room was centered southern garden setting of and bathick waxy covering Macon, Ga, hospital. She wasa i .t-Proudly! Announc .
with a silver container holding lia, smilax and pastel macnoi cn\"en,;i which is roughly circular in outline long-time resident of Greenville, \
Mirandy roses. Arrangementsof lighted lanterns and shubbcry. Before and up to almost 1-8 inch in elL except for the pact 18 months when THE OPENING OF OUR .*
pink and white roses were used ameter.' 4 she lived at Warner Robins Ca.
in the music room and the same the handsome Southern man- The lesser snow scale is a common She was a member of the First NEW.MODERN.L
lovely flower adorned the mantels ,sion a fountain played in a natural scale on hibiscus. It, too is Baptist church CreenTUJe.Suniora .

and tables in the living room and setting of wild ferns' and dirty ,white, but is iomewbat pear- include three sons Raymond -t
den. amaryllis. It WAS truly a lovely shaped. Paul and Walter Ranew, all ) t ,

Miss Alice Sims greeted guests background for the beautiful Other scale insects often seen on of Warner Robins; three daughters xf..1.

at the door, and receiving in the gowns worn by the young girls. a large number of ornamental plants Mr W II Lee, of McLean Va, Mrs
living room were Mrs Studstill and Refreshment tables on the lawn include the Florida red scale, cottony John Dodge, Lakeland Fla. and

the honoree, Miss Sims, and mother, held a variety ,of sandwiches i cushion scale, and soft brown Mrs W E Kelley Perry Ga; one AND APPLIANCE CENTER
Mrs J L' Sims! Mr Hardee and hIs cookies : and birds of. Paradise scale. brother, James Walter Bishop, of ,
mother, Mrs James Hardee, and Various kinds of spider mites attack Greenville; .three sisters Mrs Jim AVE-
fashioned from pineapples filled LOCATED AT 414 E. PARK
Mrs W C Copeland IlL Assisting many of our ornamentals Ham. TXgpcn and Mrs J A Davis both r
hostesses were Mrs Fred Freeman with colorful**' fruits poised on rick say*. They feed by sucking of Greenville and Mrs Rufus Math-
Mrs Carl Karstedt, Mrs H C Merryda mounds of Iced fruit tidbits. plant juices and cause small yellow ers of Fort Pierce. Fla. and eight In Park Center, Valdosta, Ga.WE '

>, Mrs W T Davis, Mrs Joe Blocks of Ice ijr which flowers N" brown spots at the feeding sites. grandchildren.: 'I-.
Bevan, Mm T C Coody, Mrs J C were frozen, formed the punch The leaves soon hare a stippled appearance Funeral services were held at 3 CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF 1
Bumette and Mrs James Conway. bowls. from the many spots. p. m. Tuesday at the graveside in

Mrs R C Dickinson, Mrs Carl Sims .Russell Long, junior class presi- Mites form webbings of silk Ebhop cemetery near Audlla. The MODERN LIGHT FIXTURES-Incandescent and Fluorescent,
wid Mrs W C Copeland Jr poured. dent, made the welcome address especially on the undersides of the Rev Harold Johnston and the Rev Also the THERMADOR BILT-IN SURFACE TOP OVENS
s Serving were Misses Mary Kay lead.This. Julian Maddox, pastors of the
Bumette, Bennie Rose Stewart, and response was by Maury Bla- is the time of year when Greenville Baptht churches: officiated 0 REFRIGERATOR-FREEZERS $ MASTERPIECE DOUBLE

Billie Jean Coody, Lynn Hembree, lock, Senior president. I thrips begin to be the most damaging and T J Beggs Jr Funeral OVEN WITH ROTISSERIE
Nancy Hamilton, Betsy Harrison. The floor show with southern since they are worst when Home was In charge:: of arrange .
Nell Norfleet and Sister, Cantey.. :musical .background from Gone the weather begins to be warmer ments.Go WESTINGHOUSE, G-E, DOMINION, SUNBEAM AND TOAST.

Sandwiches individual ,cakes, punch 'With The Wind to Dixie, included .Aphid* or plant Ike may appear t MASTER. SMALL APPLIANCES
a* d nuts were served. The honoree now on a number of ornamental
a quartet accordion solo, pantomime All favorite lines of the very latest In electrical gadget tat
received a service spoon in her songs and dancing! with plants including roses, gardenias .dyear Tires $12,95 your
of silver from the hosts. hibiscus viburnum crepe-myrtle and
pattern ,
Bonnie Bell Patricia Ezell Marie you to ?
Out-of-town guests included Mrs others. Many aphids form colonieson 670 x 15, AlKWeather. tube-type
W :M Prescott, Mrs Harris Tomlin- Mathis. Carolyn Williams, Louis plants. The leaves may curl inward plus tax and recappable tire.
eon, Mrs Cora Waring, Mrs Vernon I Oliver, Jimmy Copeland, Jackie'eperss as a result of aphid feeding, r VALDOSTA ELECTRIC CO.

Henry and Mrs K M Sims of Valdosta Russell Long, Carmen and the plants may become weakened MESSER

; Mr and Mrs W C Copeland Suckhalt, Keith Sidles, Tommy and stunted. .
in of Tallahassee, and Mrs L R Pcpera, and Mary Jean Franklin! :Malathion is effective against a 414 E. Park Are., Valdosta Ca.

Sanders of Lake City. participating. wide range of pests on ornamental Battery & Tire Co.
The Star Lighters orchestra plants, including; wrdtcflies, scales : : : : c

Mrs John W Britten of Winter :played for the grand march and tlirips and aphids. Put two teaspoons .

Park was the week end guest of I the dance.A of the 50 percent malathion DON'T ARRIVE TOO LATE!( ,
Mrs J D Scruggs and Mr and MrsJ late movie at Woodard's and emulsion concentrate or five tablespoons ,
of 25 percent wettable
L Brinson.
breakfasts concluded the festivities
powder: per gallon of water to makeup I .
Junior class mothrrs served the H __ _
the spray. Repeated applications
refreshments with Mrs J C.Bur- .. -'
ot malathion should be made, par- .
STOCK CAR RACES nette chairman; and Mrs WT tieularjy; against the scale insects f "pPD' ENT ,4.

.Coody and Mrs B S Waring c0cha1nnen. and mite Repeat the treatment in _

about two weeks, the County Agent I .
BRIDE ELECT COMPLIMENTED., Chewing insects can become quite .I .
serious pests. Usually these include '

wal various kinds of caterpillars certain 1
Miss Barbara Naughton
beetles grasshoppers and katydids.Tor -- .'
complimented with a charming DDT
these chewing Insects
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT bridge party Saturday afternoonat dusts or sprays are probably the -
.. The Pines given by Mrs W S ben choice of insecticide for the ,0: .
(Weather Permitting) Cooper Sr, and Mrs W S Cooper homeowner to use. Chlordane Is also ,

Time Trials 6:30 PM Jr iArrangements recommended but should be .applied -
of Amaryllis and around the plants, not on them
First Race 8:00 PM
Gerberm daisies were used to decorate PRo "

ADMISSION $1.25: the lounge. Mrs J 0Vade BUFFET DINNER ASTrNad

won high score prize Mrs: Nat
(Children Under 12 Admitted Free) Norfleet, low and ;Airs T J Bfggs Jr .

the floating prize..The hostesses
Mrs B N Gross and Mrs C C
gave the honoree' gifts,'of china Wells entertained flu Barbara
and silver in her chosen pattern.A .
Naughton and William Begg, popular

Turn left 5 miles north of Valdosta dessert course..was, ,-scryed.: betrothed couple, with buffet
at Mineola, take right turns for 4 dinner party Thursday evening at "

miles to the BON VOYAGE; PARTY. MrsCross's home.ThV .
---..:.. buffet table In tc dining
Thunderbewl Speedway Before leaving Saturday on a" room* was centered with pink roses ...
summer .cation-trip -to Lincoln and pink candles burning in silver :. :
candelabra and the same lovely r i+f' r ;.
cake and coffee. and ,
flowers were used on mantels -
i Neb J J Newman com-
Mrs was
consisted .r .,
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plimented with a Bon Voyage party of curried chicken, molded ,

4O Thursday at the TInes 'with Mrs salad hot rolls dessert and coffee.

James ConwaY.: as hostess. The After service guests found their

honoree received some lovely gifts places at card tables The bonoreesr ,
from the hostess and members of table was designated with a lovelyttJmature

C the Thursday Bridge Club. The bridal bouquet Bridge was
prayed after dinner. High score ,
..t .r afternoon was spent at bridge. it
.-.: prizes were won by Mrs Ashley:
Top score prizes were won by MrsT
I I Bcggj and Thed Fraleigh Jr.
C McNally and Mrs J 0 "Wade.
,. Guests included the wedding attendants edw
'. The hostess .served a delicious and families ,of the 'coup! y I

OkIN pressed turkey;. course with 4atecake Mrs F E Nattgbton and Mrs TJ:
Y ; honorees received a gift- of sflrer
The M M Slrmonses of Lakeland in their ,pattern ;-
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Call Talla House were of the L| '
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FRIDAYMAY 6th, too1i! 1.. i,. _J J: .
hands and a front closing of small J P Morrow Jr of Camp Le Jeune-
$I i' 'Miwcr Sernce Methodist Circles will meet Be\-aitl next: Elizabeth Lena Stakes I buttons. She wore s short veil of The Spinning Wheel, the new N C who has been on >a tour of
Monday, May 9. The Nende Fabric Shop located in Castle Park
with the U S Marines has
Illusion attached to a tiara of tiny ea duty
Circle with Mn J B Hardee Helen I Shopping Center Valdosta is advertising
Repairing and rebuilding; also an)]' Parramore Circle with Mrs J C Weds James Frazil flowers and carried a bouquet; of its line of merchandise in 'returned and was the weekend
Burnett and Hadden-MorroW Circle tube roses centered with a white guest of his parents,,.Mr and MrsJ
t I type small engines repaired with Mi* E P Sanders Sr, an at I Sheffield orchid and showered with satIn this week's issue., ,.-;'. P Morrowwa v' __ '
i : 4 p. m.,\ and the JaniePaul Circle ribbon. Her only ornament was, a -
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let ,. .. ..' ... -..
10:00 am. 1. "
with Mrs R L Milliner at "
single 'strand of pearls. ', 'r : ,, J
i+ t ? -x- Miss Elizabeth Lena Stokes, Mrs Stokes mother of the bride>> ,
Hist Louise Watson of Apalad1J. Mr and Mrs Stanley Williams had blue dress with white TSEIELD IS UP '
daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank wore a navy ,, ON SAVING AT
cola is here for, a week's visit with an guests Sunday, April .10, Mr and .
Stokes accessories The bridegroom's
... Mrs R E of Lee, and James Franklin
her parents Dr and Mrs a W. Rea ft Chattahoochee .
:Wad and Mr, and Mrs Clyde Petton of Sheffield, son of Me and :Mrs Raymond mother Mrs Sheffield chose, a -.:. '' VALDOSTA) FEDEI&t

I r -x--- Bcntan Ark.. Also visiting tne-Wfl- Sheffield of Shady; Grove light blue ,dress#with white ac* .... .,.,. ,. .. t"\" "
Cecelia and Adair Bryant1: ol liamses on that date were Mrs'Hugo exchanged maniate'vows In. works ANNOUNCING.1I.f .. '.. li..
Ocala, were1 week end guests ol Leslie and daughter of Lake City. pretty ceremony la the Beulah "V, ,".' \ '. ,"lf!, f4.I .

'their grand parents, Mr and Mrs E Last Sunday Mr and Mrs C E Rea Baptist Church, April 10 at 3:30p : RECEPTIONA : ,,) 'i'I 1-4 .
F Burnett, ot Cotton Valley, La. and the ra. The Rev Carl V Ivey officiated reception folkrwed*immediately I

+ v= -*- Reas of Chattahoochee visited the at the double ring ceremony. after the ceremony'in. .the. home :
';Mr, and Mrs :Ashley Fraleigh i oj Williams family. Mr and Mrs Stan- Vows were spoken in a setting of of the bride.' ;
Tallahassee, were Week 'end' gums lr Williams and four sons spent greenery and' candles burning in Rooms open to guests were decorated ,
of her parents, :Mr and Mrs J JSale.Jc. the Easter week end In Chattahoochee. with arrangements of summer
branched candelabra and arrangements
.. ;' i flowers and greenery. The bride
of white gladioli and chrysanthemums. -
BRIDE-ELECT COMPLIMENTEDWITH Ray Lynn, pianist table was centered with the tiered
i iaNi'w & WEDDING SHOWER wedding cake topped with a miniature ,
played the appreciate wedding
: : i i'la The ladies ?f the Hanson Methodist music and the traditional marches %bride and groom. Mrs Sharon 4.f9.L$!

F iti Dans : church were hostesses at alovely were played Tommy Joe McCkod, Stokes and Mrs Ahrera Bessley
miscellaneous W1burI- were
cut the cake. Pouring
soloist sang I Lore You Truly, Because )
day evening April seventh honorIng Miss
Pinkard and
and the Lord's Prayer.Miss Mrs Frances i
a lovely. candlelight :cert5nonjMW : Miss Doris Pulliam whose Helen Stokes was her sis Pauline Stokes. Serving cake and
? 'Doris Evelyn 'Pulliam, daugh> 1 ;: marriage to Ensign Lonnie. Davis Jr ter's only attendant. She wore a mints were Misses Linda Beth FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST
lor of :Mrs William Calhoun'Put WEA a ,recent,, event Sheffield. Carolyn Stokes Patricia
I Airs Clifford Leslie and Mrs dress of pink lace over taffeta and OFFICE HOURS -
I liam I'and the late Mr Pulliam oi Ezelt Veronia! Alderman Iroajean
George Townsend were in charge carried a colonial bouquet of pink
Pmetta bride of Ensign:
R I Lonhte,Turner became Davis the Jr;. son 6f Mi oi the entertainment Miss Myrtle carnations and mums. The headdress Knowles and Ernestine Andrews. MON.TUES..WEDJRI, 9 AM TO C PM

0ndijMra Lonnie Turner ,Davis oi Morse was pianist for the occasion. was bandeaux of net and Assisting 1 hostesses were Mrs James THURSDAYSAND.SA'tURDAYS: 9 AM TO 12 NOON

Lee,!Saturday evening, April ninth,, Tables overlaid with white cloths flowers matching the dress. Waiiams Mrs Eunice Rigdon Mrs .-tj2''I t I :' .. '. r1he
r at o'clock. ..- were placed at either end of the of the Homer Lashley and Mrs Clarence
,eight Donnie Blanton a friend '
hall, One was banked with the News'. .' !.f E ,
The Hanson Methodist, church wai Smith
bridegroom served' as best man.
while 1 fT! Z' ) I -..
attractive rI
gift packages:
beautifully decorated with lovely many Ushers were Jimmy Stokes,j Miss Betty Jean.. Sheffield kept b.
the other erred a refreshment
of white glftdtoll anesters
'arrangements cathedral table from which a variety of brother of the bride and Auky the bride's book.
highlighted glowing
tapers In by seven-branched cookies, chips, sandwiches and iced' Powell, also a friend of, the groom j Mr and Mrs Sheffield left laterIn It POST 1

i candelabra. Polished magnolia leave beverages were served. LOVELY BRIDE the afternoon on a trip to Dayton :
and Southern smllax completed) the Low arrangements of gladioli wereused Mr Stokes gave his daughter in Beach.
setting for the impressive double in the decorations marriage. She chose for her wedding The bride wore for traveling a Saving & Loan Association

ring ceremony 'performed by the Mrs John Boatright and Mrs a waltz length bouffant dress blue linen sheath dress of all over N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA.
Reverend C M Sapntagton of Jennings. Robert Hughey assisted the honoreeIn of white, starched lace over net embroidery, with white accessories 119
S White satin bows marked the opening the many lovely and and taffeta. The tight fitting bodice and the orchid from ret br'.dal: The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small

pewt and a white satin pillow useful Rift with which enjoyed she was the featured Uny collar and longsleeves .'bouquet They will be at home in Enough: To Know You
Sixty guests
served as a prie dleu. 'I.
coming to points at the the Pinson Apartments in Madison.
Preceding the ceremony Miss Rut occasion.+ ,
Sims, pianist, presented a program -. .
of prenuptial music, and Miss Norma .- .: Air C*. "':-II-._......,.--....+. .............,... ..n.m-A...QUry 9.r7wf.p l.b q NJtC.TV-a.a-a...,,SA.ww Al.AJtc.TV. ;
Ilolloway of Pensacola sang two
selections.! Entreat Me (Not To \. S .:4t!
lA'aw'Thee and Craig's I Love Thee; :
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She presented The Lord's Prayer by; -
Malotte at the close of the cere

mony.Mrs Wayne Smith of Marianna == .. ,1I; '
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was matron of honor andihejjjsis- = =
ter'ir only attendant. She:,, wore mint greed
waltz length gown of '
nylon chiffon featuring, .scooped I I.,, .; =- ..
neckline and a draped cummerbund =
which accentuated the bouffant skirt '"

She carried a bouquet of palest t '': i ,
pink carnations. :.;,' v ': X*' .; ::
Assisting as ushcr groomsmen were "
Mr. Jimmy Davis of Madison, cousinof 'Ijy'j-
the groom and Mr Fred IJul- ,', r'
liam, brother of the bride of Tiflon,, (. .
Georgia. Mr L T Davis was his ,
son's best man. The bride utts t
given in marriage by her brother;? ," ,43:: "< Mr W C PulHam, Jr, of Canton,, f% I
Goorgia.The :
petite bride was radiantly Jr '"

lovely) in a waltz length wedding fr '
gown of white silk peau de sole, )
made in the princess style. The
sculptured: neckline was outlined! ..

with Alencon lace and dainty seed J
pearls. Her finger-tlp veil of Illusion ,,.
fell from a coronet of Alencon .
lace end seed pearls matching her
dress. She carried a bridal bouquetof : ;

white orchids and carnations. .;:
The mother of the bride, MnrW: : =L __ ir- -=FF1 lit L 1j
C Pulliam! wore an afternoon dress
of nile green lace with white acccssories. !-< I TJ _
A corsage of pink cama::: ,! t'., f
tions complemented her outfit. .: -.r -9
Mrs L T Davis mother of the E- -U' : twT !- -I .

groom was attractively. ) attired Jan,| 1"',: '('
aqua} linen with white accessories.
Her corsage was pink carnations.
Following the ceremony, the "
bride's mother entertained with a
reception in the social hall of the LI
church. Mrs J S Pullinm.! aunt of
the bride greeted the guests. at the
doer. The bride's table o'erlaklith '
a white cloth featured a handsome .: ]:- -'cr -
four-tiered wedding cake topped witha ; 'f
tiny replica of the bride's bouquet >1' 4..:i 1i 69ti iP

Lace fern and white porn pom
mums encircled the base of the 2

cake and of the crystal punch
bowl from whIch punch was served ,

by Mrs John Boatright and Mrs ,, .
Robert Huchey. The bride's table n.1..itA...,.,.rw.t
was graced by glowing) cathedral :

candles and was flanked by a standing ,. :-... ,< .
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of white gladioli t" firs choice ? You couldn't do better by
: arrangement : Why shouldn't you be driving America's car right now
and asters. Mrs W C Pulliam, Jr: .; ll 'rJ'j }
directed the guests to the punch ; .. ,' ;#' 1 your family-or your family budget-than to pick out one of Chevy's 18 FRESHMINTEDMODELS

table,and Mrs Fred Pulliam served VACATION-SIZED' TRUNK and take off on one of those springtime trips
the wedding cake Mrs Dale Williams .: I J load up its
'sister of the bridegroomkept ,- ." the cushioned by FULL COIL
the bride's: book tit a table Chevy so dearly loves. Once you're whisking along highway,

near the entrance.and Mrs After Davis the left reception SPRINGS at all four wheels, you'll have your own smooth-running account of why Chevy's '60's
i << Ensign
t for a wedding trip to points of best seller. Nothing could be more seasonable or sensible than a visit with yourcnsvno
interest In South Florida. Mrs Davis ." erdealerright .
f wore fortraveling navy two piece I now when 'beautiful buys are in full bloom!

outfit accented with touches of 1 /fItr--...... .. ..
whHe, and Navy accessories completed

. her ensemble. Her corsage -. 1 '

wa Ensign* white and orchids.Mrs Davis will reside; ._ Save-riDhl now-during, the Sprinp'FeeerSelling Spree at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's .

j ,In Pensacola "where Ensign Davis ,
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serves In the Nary:

. J s Pulliam and Mrs John .+ CAITEY MOTOR COMPANY-

t Boatwright complimented the couple _
, with a delicious buffet supper in .
the former home, Friday night 112 W. BASE ST. MADISON, FLORIDA HU 32293J
preceding the reheamL


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, Polio Vaccination Clinic May 1 1KCMKI 1.8

ponent, Al Cahill, was under'Wife* Delay Avon Park, one of the other Mrs W P Knight sailed Tuesday

somewhat of a cloud himself,, towns in the county, was named on a Mediterranean cruise.

',. since ho had been removed v Caryl Chessman after some for William Shakespeare's home,

fte Duval County Sheriff some twelve years in the shadow of Stratford-on-Avon. The outstanding -i
...... rw. ,
r.w.i.w.r.wrtb3shed executed out in California agricultural product of
Whether the removalwas death, was I
Year in Advance years ago.
o. Weekly SubscripUeo Delayed; I $3.75 Renewals Per $4.00 Per Year just politics, as Cahill a while ago ((12 o'clock Highlands county is citrus fruit Get A Bigger Yield

claims, or whether Governor Noon oUr time), and thus comesto Oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, From Every Field I
'f i Advertising BateS Made Known on Application Collins was justified in the an end one of the most celebrated mangoes, avocados, limes, pineapples

'' Entered at the Madtsoe Post Office a* teeond
'", i f. iKfr under Act of March 8. 1879. not know in some kind of a know it must have been a tropical and semi-tropical fruitsare 4

.m.i doubt. terrific ordeal for Governor grown, and the county IS
AND ASSOCIATES 'I*:,', Brown, and perhaps for the a leader in the production of AihlLt
i California Supreme Court, who avocados and limes. Tomatoesand

; 1 MADISON K1COKDER, ESTABLISHED 51865 BbntM! Or Mutt voted 4 to 3 against clemency. beans constitute the 'lead-

.' 1 NEW ENTERPRISE.ESTABLISHED, 1901 The contest for Railroad Com If Chessman was guilty of the ing truck crops. Blackberries, ;:;:
missioner, even though a third crimes with which he was strawberries, grapes, corn, Irish

1 ,T. C.,MERCHANT, Editor and l'HIl.m man is in the race, will be be charged-and there seems potatoes, sweet potatoes, sugarcane .
T'C. MKRCHANT JR, Managfe*B liter tween Madison-born Jim Blanton' practically no doubt that he alid. forage crops"are also

.t MRS. A. W. VANN, City BAiter and the incumbent Ed Mason.I I was-it is hard to find sym- grown. Beef cattle and poultry

.'I MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising/[ Manager. Some say Blanton will get it II'' pathy for him; on the other raising and timber are impor 1'ltiwsaaay

be this time others Mason. hand, it seems inexcusable that tant industries. "Highlands
course and it might well say
ItiDA -4 that one of the next two, or] Unless the contest is very close,I the matter was allowed to drag county is a favorite for tour.

both of them, might get the! it could be decided tomorrow.I along for so many years. A fists, and Sebring is the homeof

".I 1PVEf three-week reprieve, or, for person should have every right the International Grand Prix
'S- Take to which he is entitled, but the Race in Marchof ..tJ.w awk.,lraWM.
but less Car
0 that matter, likely, It Sports run, .arf ier Nrw
.... one or both of the next two. Pieasattlj questions should be handled each year. Natural orchidsgrow raaa.,.,aar. == n.P. I

f n Belser might be expected to I. This brings us to the. county; :without delay take and its the law then in.the county, and:a giant

place seventh, and he might races some of which, at least; promptly course.
oak said to be 950 years old,
Beta 1\eJJic.Day land higher. One man said Saturday will be close. Local people knowas
for Hendrix I much about these as does is standing in the county. Neatweek
f The -linM. are-befog;written that he was 950YearOHOakHighlands i

i Monday :morakg., j net before though he "doubted his getting the writer, or more, and we Hillsborough county. _.
located in --- ---
votes '. I will not hazard a guess, publicly.We county,
Therefore Whatever .
: the big day. -
I I that the southern part of the state,
are glad however, ,
i is said here, if at variance, sSecond for those in the second has an area more than halt /FOK? BISSER PROFITS}
must give way to the facts as I Ii except % ur".o"" '
reported elsewhere in this issue. Primary primary, the campaigning is again as large as that of Madison { SEE YOUR) VIXIEJ "

i I should all try, that county and a population NITROGEN
At the same time it may not / }
he amiss to discuss once more Expected te, those who do not, get in, not about a fifth greater. It was $

t? at J least some of the contests The next contest ,on the to be too disappointed; another formed in 1921 from part of 9

?r.d sea how the pre-election I ticket, that of Secretary of opportunity comes in 1964. And old DeSoto county and was FARMERS'

thinking agrees with what the State, finds eight Democratic lie should take the outcome I named for the high lands of :MUTUAL q'

people actually will have done aspirants and one Republican. pleasantly; a candidate knows,' tile area. Sebring the county EXCHANGE
tomorrow. Adams seems to be "the" oat when he gets into a race. that, seat was founded in 1912 by + Madison. Fla.-

least "a" strong man in this be may not win. -- -1 I I the late George ,E Sebring, and L

race, although we had an idea, --

Back Easily if the issue were raised his

affiliation in the .
small-county -
The first contest on the ticketis I k ;
would cost him
Legislature ,
for Supreme Court Justice, .
votes down state. A former I
in which the veteran Glenn '
f ,
Madison county boy, Fisher, .. ;
Terrell is opposed by Charles .
bids fair to niakea creditablerace FMffJUNCN
J Bodner. Justice Terrell'sgreat VAaO +
Laird shouJd'rUn right *tt Mart tgt tpwe
be offered
age might as
well, McMullen over here at Lin a,seas
some reason for a change; however -
I Live Oak will not be last man,
his opponent has made no\ I r r 1
and Yarborough of Miami T I t Y
N ,.
campaign, is not known up this Q N rw
.should stout contender
way at least, and from what we prove ,
if he corrals the home vote. Undoubtedly
have read we should expect
second primary is
e Tcrrell to be returned easily. a

indicated. ,

Wait Until Tenwrow
Ctaptrtler: f-
The next contest, for Judgeof k >
the District Court of Appeal, The present Comptroller, Ray

lids fair to be much closer. Green, will likely be returned I'f

The present Judge. Mr Carroll, easily. His challenger, J L Lee. soeotNS11os11aMQ)
once started to drop out of therace A.NIa s
has considerable support, although -. t ate! d .'
his health.lay reportedto but then decided to stayon + Loi.a0 w! ..'1of

render him unable to. do in. However, he does not

full work. His opponent, Mr! seem to have made any campaign ..:

Bell, has made an active cam, and. besides, it is almost ., ,.'

paign. Generally, in a contest I impossible to beat an incum- ,
I bent Comptroller. They did it "
such as this, the man who is I "

in has, ipso facto,a decided advantage once, in Ernest Amos' case, but .AUrR ., ;.x.Y
o but whether that holds that was because of all the ,,, + $ R i torN 11.nQKWe ruroeia, JI w,'r

true in the present case must bank failures at that time.FeudligMightEnd & b*a .raiw
unit until tomorrow for de )
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WORLD'S ... .
The race for Commissioner of :

,Close Contest Agriculture has six contestants, the Safes leader .. w J s..rOIDSTAItTIMr"TV..IIoar. r -
bat only two of them have a k ic sun cater TM4qp M Necnrtxtlt : \
The Circuit Judge race sees give i Sales leader Savings -

the veteran Judge Adams mode very hard campaignsznd life I 'J ,
I Come in for A* Tree your -
been throwing .
challenged by former State At- they have
Bert MM tnrl Your Ford Dealer $1.00 a tanifu Ford are built
book each
in the '
Black and PinettabornSam everything!
torney I b now celebrating Ford's ales for propk, too.Tberc'c more room H
Smith. We look for a rea other. We look for a second leadership by paannf his aavinc for ahoolden hip., left and feet. [
sonably close contest andsecond a, primary between Conner and from bgb-rolume aka along to Mem fcehra bay. you bad the op- '1(
)'OCL He can fire you a Aifcrtradein portunity to bay a 1960 Ford on
primary- Hancock, though if one can aU wuce .. .rosier term such a favorablt bast This Trading
pull away from the other a lower price Compare andyou'll Faire the top event of its kind.
find Ford offer the knrert-
It brine: you an unusual chance to
enough, tomorrow could] end the priced 6-paaeenger sedan or tatioa and '
Heaviest Spenders atop swap Ian JKW.
-- wagon in Am.rica.a .* FORD DEALERS TRADING FAIRBEST
feuding. .
te MM It War while Tradlnir lair,
I The big race ,of all is that ert Far*mart Ford trend-setth t election* are complete. Pick out
styling i* Thunderbird inap red. the Ford you want.Then' let your SELLERS! '* I BEST TRADES! .
for Governor, with ten Demo KiId tf D k And Forda are LArift e too with Ford Dealer work out the beat
crats and two Republicans after, double-life aJami: ;;d muffin poanble deal Y OQ'Il be set for a.wbole BEST vawESi I
Diamond Lottre Finish that never gamma of font
the job. Of the Democrats' We look for the State Treasurer need waxing and aa engine that ,I new car
there is a so-called "big six/*' race to be ended tomorrow. ttafec on rtrolar I**. aarea up to fORD DfVtSIOM.
vith the other four not given\1 There was some dissatisfaction i s LdL \f l

a chance. If we had to say, we expressed with Treasurer Larson 4 H RDM T R COMPANY >1 ,

cannot help thinking that the but, even so, we expect

two who have spent the most dim to win over all opponents.For .

money have the best chance of one thing, a cabinet officer CORNER BASE A HANCOCK STREETS, MADISON, FLA ,

landing in the two second primary is hard to beat any way andlie&ides
Larson's principal 'IIII des tAhG.. -a-: FALCONe"" f** gR THUNDEfWHRO-TjIe, Wprtft Mod WvtotfPAGE Cy
This is )
disputed op-
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NoticesA f HOSPITALITYMr Castle Park Variety ,- j!

For fine Fabrics and All V '
5-10 5-10: JlLadies' I

CLASSIFIED ,ADS ( modest charge Is made for Louis M ,Westerhouse M of ':x :' ,1
public notices Ytur Sewing in this column) :Birmingham Ala whose son and 'Kickaway "f' .1!
Lost son's bride of twelve days,'Mr and .
jtrCALL-sBirucrrr PATTERNSCALL w" ::i -'**)
5t Registered Stareyef Mrs Leon Westerhouse were involved Briefs f x. jc'L; 1

In a'serious auto accident
Phone HU "
32372MADISON. -
FLORIDA near Madison in 1958 while on the ** Pressure Tricot Guaranteed Dyed Acetate.< ...j-.v j : ::

FOR RENT: Unfurnished garage JOHN V. WADSWORm young couple's honeymoon trip to Run Proof Hand Washable 'j*;
W B. Dire, jr. apt. See HAZEL WEST, 903 S. t Florida writes again'after more
Horry St Phone HU 3-6762 Mad-,, than two years to express his appreciation i;
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: Ison. lt-a ma LIVE TOCK AUCTION of the "magnificent"people '

ACREAGE ,FARMS! 'I SELL your cattle and bogs in our of Madison. He said the : :
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL Rent :an adding machine or auction each Monday. Sales start at r .
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL I I.I 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS young couple have completely recovered
typewriter at E-R office. Only 6ge'
APPRAISALS and are leading a happy
Montkello Fla.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE $1.00. a day, $4.00 per week, I Registered Angus bulls for sale life and have a wonderful baby .Hy

TITLE INSURANCE 15.00 per month. I at all times.COMPLETE. girl who Is the pride of their life. t
112 West Base Street I Both being accomplished musicians -

MADISON. FLORIDA FpR RENT: Three-bedroom houseon LINE DWQSKXKTALBOTT they are active In the musicof (!: -(

Phone HU 3-6277 Oak Drive. Cau Howard II \\\ r the First Baptist church there CASTLE PARK SHOPPING i i

FOR SALE and Leon has become
Studstill office phone Hu 3-6106, ATSPINNING a composerof CENTER ,
Being completed 3-bedroom residence phone Hu. sacred music and his albums of Open 6 Days A Week 1 i

house, hardwood floors, paneling, 36630.33tfch b The WHEELCASTLE sacred songs are now on sale in VALDOSTA, GA. 11
attic fan kitchen exhaust, 1296 i the music stores and are available at
feet lot only $800 FOR RENT Unfurnished Father John F McKeown of Vero .
Square large : PJ'&ieaPt PARK SHOPPING his home address at 827 West 6thS
down, including closing costs. Balance newly painted, gas water PAINT CENTER ( Birmingham 4, Ala. Beach will be the week end guestof .
monthly. heater. One Mrs Mr and Mrs J L Brinson while .:
furnished apt
Lake estate Phone CH 4-2767 Valdosta Ga. hero the marriage cere-
6-acre to
E Dickinson, Phone HU 3-2396,
high, dry and handsome, $1250. < Madison. 31-tf-c h The Fire Department was called mony for Miss Barbara Naughton ,
One 10-acre Cherry Lake estate: CO. to Ward 3 at 9:25 last Thursday and William T Beggs Saturday even .

2 houses and a path, $3250. ',- FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs apt, PLEDGES SORORITY night where a house occupied by ing. .Q

South half block 33 with large private bath and shower, dinette AT CASTLE PARK Tommy Green was afire. The roof : : ;: 1 .,'
old mansion. and kitchenette. Available soon. VALDOSTA GA. Miss Johnnie Mae Hollingsworth and the kitchen ceiling were badly
One new masonry FHA house MRS. ML.. WALKER, 115 SV Dial CH 2-S3S4 daughter of Mr and Mrs John burned and damage from water was
with 5)% % mortgage payments"'of Dade St, phone HU 3-6243. Mad free parking Hollingsworth of Pinetta, has considerable. The furnishings and Agricultural Flying '

only $71 per month. [son. 33-lt-ch pledged Beta Sigma Phi sorority, personal effects were gotten out undamaged ,

For best results, list your,property For your grinding and mixing the Alpha Epsilon chapter there Origin of the fire was
FOR RENT: House on Range Street,
with $30 per month. Call HU 3-6385 on your farm call WEST of Miss Hollingsworth, a graduateof attributed to gas leakage. trJFASC01'DUSTS

Brute at night or see OTIS PEAVY at END MILLING COMPANY, the intS 'class of 1958 is em- SCRATCH-ME-NOT !

Witagfty Peavy's Store. HU 3-6811.35.11-ch Quitman, Ga Call phone 4971 ployed by the Banking Depart WITH ITCH.ME-NOT
of the State Comptrollers Apply ITCH-ME-NOT. In 15
REALTOR POSITION WANTED: Stenographicor collect.ACP -
minutes if the itch needs scratching,
office in Tallahassee.Mr .
general office work Massey
N MADISON, FLORIDA get your 43e back You feel the HOWARD MORGAN
Office phone HU 3-6481 Business College, 6 yean ex- ,
medication take hold to quiet the
I Shorthand., bookkeeping Mrs Paul Graves 90 West
Residence HU 3-6481 I perience. typing and Henry Highway
ACCOMPLISHMENTS itch in minutes; watch healthy, clear
and teletype. Best bf and children Sabrina and Tim skin come on. Get 1TCH-ME-NOT Phone FOrest 2-2016
references. Call Hunter 36829or Madison [were weekend guests of Mr Graves' from any druggist for external skin
write P. O. Box 576. 35-tf-dh County farmers used LIVE OAK. FLORIDA .
FOR SALE Agricultural Conservation Program I brother and family in Panama Irritations. Now at Smith's Drug

LOST Men's Greenville *39 class cost sharing assistance to estabUshconsel'.ttou ,City the weekend of April 29th. Store. (adrt). J
ting HU 36811. 35-lt-ch
6% Acres on large lake: Nice 2- practices on 409 farms !
Bedroom Home; Price $13,200. TAKEN UP: Five small hogs. in 1959 according to Charles F I II I

Owner can claim and pay ex Sims, County Office for
11.6 acres land large 2 bedroom.
1-Bath Home close to school Price penses. ED TOWNSEND Rt. 1, the county ASC committee. SINGE SEWING MACHINE CO.
Madison, Fla.
$8.500. Total assistance received: throughthe -AND-

Comer lot 77.35 x 170 ft P.riceX800. 1959 ACP by farmers in the 109 S. PATTERSON STREET .
county amounted to $99,759.00. REFINISmNGOld I
Federal assistance amounted to VALDOSTA, GEORGIA

0p LUCINDY J. 'YARNER less than 50 percent of the cost Floors Made New-- Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course. .

of performing the approved conservation New noon Made, Perfect

! ; REALTORByron repairing done by set "doctors"We practices. The farmers New: and
contributed the remainder of the D. C. BYRD Machines $59.50 upL'

Hotel, Phone HU 3-6848 cost and used their own labor and

o MADISON, FLORIDA I equipment in most uses In carryingout Phone 2306 -Box 154GR CALL VALDOSTA CH' 4-2304 COLLECT

the practices. The of
'VILLE, FLA. Service in 24 Hours
this cost-share type program is to
PETS FOR SALE the with
increase extent and speed
which conservation needed in the
AKC Chihuahua puppies, blue,
public Interest done.
cream white, fawn, brown, also two
Mr Sims stated that the farms
long coat Chihuahua puppies. Phone
In the county on which conservation
CHerry 2-1587, Valdosta Ga. 35-2tpd.
know how to diagnose your practices were reported carried .
TOR SALE: IGO-acre farm high and TVs ills and cure 'em fast out under the 1929 ACP represented ..
Tobacco and allot- f/,5 ,
dry. cotton : ; ;
46 percent of the farmlandand
ments. Tobacco barn, meat house QUHMANTELEVISION ,
51 percent of the cropland In ""'t', .
and all equipment including electric .
saw, freezer, sausage mill the county. Some of the major + .),'It '. -
walk-in cooler, knives, saw and } SERVICE conservatiotr- practices performed ';t _. ( "Mp '
51 of the i .. i.": ; s.fJ d". ,_
stuffer. J. R. WELCH, Rt 2. on the above percent ,
E (
401 Stevens St. ,
Madison, Fla. 36-2t-pd cropland in the county under the ,'
We "
Repair t!';"
Record-Players-Automobile Radios 1939 ACP were a ........ ... ... I '"
FOR SALE: Fishing boats. 10 foot A Few Choice SelectionsIN Initial establishment of a permanent ,
$55.00 12 foot $65.00. May be USED TV SETS vegetative cover on farmlandfor .
financed if necessary, $10 down '
Work guaranteed satisfaction soil protection or as a needed : r.' i
and $10 month. M E. DIETRICH .
per PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE land-use adjustment 249 acres. Inn '1: "
at Howerton Supply Co.. OUR WAY OF SAYING : ;
tlal treatment of farmland to .
Madison. 7:30 am-6KX pm 36-2t-ch e THANK YOU"Phone permit ;
the use of legumes and .. :c
n 9481<< Qultman, Ga. :
TOR SALE: Nice home one block Buddy Tiilman Charles RogersJ.D.ScigS grasses for soil improvement and :
'i from Greenville High School protection 1501 acres. .. .. "
4 Price $6,000. J. B. DAVIS, phone Trees planted or forest stands 'v.i .

HU 3-6601, Madison Fla. 29-tf-ch Improved 519 acres. "r- '
t FORLSTJLK Vegetative covers Improved for :' i.
'iti FOR SALE: High quality yearling REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. soil or watershed protection 1970 S Every day is 5

heifers. BOB LAWTON, Sampala HU 3.61I6MADISON. acres. .
Lake Farm. Rt. 3 Greenville, Fla.
FLA. Establishment: of summer and .'.
Phone Madison HU 36860.
32-St-ch) winter cover crops to protect land'rom
p ,
erosion 17.245 acres. '. : .
FOR SALE: SHELLED YELLOW 'Ibe county; office manager also '. '

said that the 1960 ACP is essentially ;. .
CORN, $58 per ton,
the same as the 1959: program.
bulk, delivered your bin in SILVER CHINA CRYSTAL Farmers who need help with new
truck lots. CHERRY'S EXPERT REPAIRING and additional conservation:: OD AN t .

STORE, HU 3-6471, Lee, Fla. their farm should contact the

35ltchTOR county ASC office. Funds are very

NATIONAL limited at this time but each request YowU RI your grocery tort with borgotns: wfctn yoa own on electric food '

SALE: My home 2 3 miles II BRIDAL : for coit-iharlng will be considered frttztr. For wilts o fotztr. you con stock up on foods when pries or* ....' '
and assistance granted if low ; ""
north of Madison, near Valdosta SERVICEYALNT&GA4 *

highway. Ready to move in now. possible. And with o frHut'OCl1lscnw tin* oftd'cntrgr, too. YcVtt mok. Fewer t' ?'. .

Nice Five shade pecan trees.trees JESSE Four-Inch MOORE welL Giant Jumbo Hamburgers to shop trips-spend f"w.r horns If.1-the J"fcW by cookie and bat nq i r"

Pinetta Fla. Phone HU 32304. 6-ln bun 40c.WHITE for rr.rol Knob at one time.So' .
*03 No. Patterson
35-lt-ch TOP DRIVE-IN !.. new bdrk'c food fr*xa of year opotonc; oVbli'stnstoQ now.Is :

ti a frtts your Horn,and discover for yourttlf far! much, mo 4y .

or timber land, plrase see 1Be. We hoof .
are also Interested in buying '
limited amount of ptee-bardwood Tracts, FOR MAJOR APPLIANCES. "

pulpwood delivered by truck toI ,
Foley, Fla. or loaded on R R cars. 1 Wheel tractor, and farm equipment WESTERN FLORIDA PocoIu'OI14TIU1. .

See write or call franchise available for Madison area .

L P. GW&ON Contact JAMES LEE 1312 NE .
Rt. 3,, Madison: Florida 20th AVE. phone FR 2-860L AUTO. .
Phone: Cherry Lake 8863 Gainesville. Fta. 34-3t-pd S

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A preaching" : .service every Sunday; 118 N. ? Orange St. Phone HU 3-6335 IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY 1IIINKING

WE WELCOME YOU preaching Service every Sondaj MEETINGS: JUDGE; MADISON COUNTY. Earl C Davis of Madison made
3rd Sundays 11:00: : m moraine Bible Study: Wednesday 730 P. M. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. ABOUT MOREINSURANCE
lit and the Honor ;Roll at Stetson last
Estate of
Service Meeting: Friday 7:00 P. M. In re: Joseph Koslertiak,
2nd and 4th Sundaysv 7:30JP.' m !at and 3rd 'Sundays 10:00 a m School P. M. Deceased.TO semester. In a letter .from Dean .
Ministry : Friday 8:00
Sunday School each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 m
WatchtoWer-Bible Study ALL CREDITORS AND PER Hood Earl was congratulated and ?
10:00 a. m School Sunday.
Sunday at Sunday every Sunday 7:00 P. M. SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -reminded that only a few studentsget
Prayer Service each' tat and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
Kingdom Seekers Welcome. on the Honor RolL
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a, m No Collection Taken. You and each of you are hereby

Family Night covereddish Family Night Covered Dish St:ape notified and required to present SUPPER PARTY

supper Friday Friday night after second Sunday; any claims and demands which you .
;; Please let
before 1st Sunday 7:30 m. ADVERTISERS -
p. every month promptly at 7:00 p. m or either of you, may have againstthe I -
:.Woman's Society of Woman's Society of Christian Service us have your ADS by TUES estate of Joseph Kosieniak. I Mrs J J Newman entertainer awa

: Christian Service after meets on Monday night after DAY NOON. THANKS. THE deceased late of said County to 'twelve guests at a supper party
meets Thursday 7:30 the County Judge of Madison County -
third Sunday at p. m.
8:00 E-R. I'Friday evening Rooms were decorated
1st Sunday p. m.
Florida, at his office In the
Methodist Men's Club meets
JTethodist Men's Club meets The with arrangements of ger
house of said
court County at I
alternately ,with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW Madison Florida, within eight calendar bera daisies and azaleas from the

Springs Tuesday after, Tuesday after the 4th Sunday; M A F months from the time of the hostess garden. A two course menu

4th Sunday 8:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music first publication of this notice. was served after which guests
Official Board meets 1st Wed ,The Official Board meets each 7:53News Each claim or demand shall be inwriting spent the evening playing canasta M

nesday'each even numbered month : month following the supper on 800 Baptist Hour and shall state the placeof Mrs Roger Asbury and Dr Edgerly -

after prayer service.' Family NightP. 8:30 Gospel Music residence and post office address shared honors at the party
Commission on Education meet Revival Time of the claimant and shall be
B. ROWELL, S. S. SuptMRS. 9:00 which was complimentary to their
Jrt Wednesday'Each odd numbered W. W. CATLEDGE, Tree 9:30 Gospel Concert sworn to by the claimant, his agentor birthdays. A beautiful white birthday
month after prayer service. PASTOR 10:00 News attorney, and any such claim or !
S. S. SuptTHOMAS B. cake topped with lighted candles .rt I
JAMES SHEFFIELD, 10:05 Sunday Serenade demand not so filed shall be \'Old.A.'iGELlNE .
SURLES, HARRY M. Lee Methodist Charge 10:45 Prelude to Worship MANDZ1ARA.',I was brought in and the candles :L;

COCHRAN Asst's.C. REV. E W McDOUGAL, Pastor 11:00 Horning Worship As executor of the Last Will and blown by the honorees after I

B. DAVIS t.t Pastor.* LEE METHODIST CHURCH 12:00 News Testament of Joseph Kosieniak. de which "Happy Birthday To You"

( BAPTIST CHURCH- Preaching 12:15 Afternoon Melodies ceased. was sung by all and the cake was

FIRST GREENVILLE, FLA. 1st and 3rd Sundays 1225 News First publication Friday, April 15th. cut and served with strawberries

School 10:00 A. M. .,.-.. 11:00 a m. and 7:30 p. m 1:00 Afternoon Melodies I960. and cream. The hostess presented
Morning Worship 11:00 A M. Sunday School Every 1:30 Afternoon Melodies JONES-THOMAS MARRIAGE each with a gift.BUSINESSMEN C. E. QUICK

Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday ._....._._., 10:00 a. m. 1:40 Serenade la Blue ANNOUNCED!
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:53 News HI 3-6163 BOX 293
Hour Dechlotr!
Prayer :Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. 6: Op.m 2:00 2:30 Musical o Sunday Mrs Hattie Lee Jones of Lee If you want customers every MADISON. FLORIDA
DOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt Florida announces the marriage of tell
HICKORY GROVE CHURCH 255 News her daughter Barbara to Donald week in your store, 'em ThIs Gulf Life agent can tell

CHURCHPreaching Preaching 2nd and .4th Sundays 3:00 Musical Sunday Eugene Thomas son of Mrs Nealy about it in an E-R ad every you how, with Adapt-A-

'. and.ntrct. Sunday.' 11:00'A. M. 11:30 am and 7:30 pm 3:55 News Thomas and the late Mr Johnnie week. Plan, your insurance is
and 7:00 P. M. Sunday School every Sunday 4:00 Hit Parade Comas of Lee Florida. adaptable. For example, a
.\ Sunday School every Sunday 10:30 am'INE 4:53 News The wedding took place Saturday GREENVILLE BAPTIST family Income plan can also -
Music At
5:00 provide substantial retirement
10:30 A. M. in Valdosta. CHURCH NEWS
2:15 m.
April 23. at p.
t' GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 530 Headlince Weather Income. Give hima
Family Night SaturdaybeforeEvery Mr Thomas Is employed with the
second Sunday 4:00 P. ){.' 5:33 Sign Off Davey Tree Expert Company. call today!
REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON 'Pastor' Preaching every Sunday PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO During the month of April the

unday School 10:00 A. M CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Greenville Baptist Church has conducted
.. Mrs J J Newman was hostess to
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH J forcing Worship __ 11:00 A. M. COUNTER TOPS a Prove Your Love Campaign '

1 i', Sunday School 10:00 A. M. :Sunday; Evening BTU 630 P. M. Daily Program Schedule with gold success. High attendance the Thursday bridge club the past
G-E APPLIANCES week. High score prizes were wort
__ 11:00 A. ILK S
Morning ,Worship !Evening Services 7:30 P. M. increased Interest, and
Union 6:30 P. M iy Mrs Harvey Hawkins and Mrs
Prayer Meeting Wednesday WMAF 1230 ON YOUR DIAL KITCHEN CABINETS other good results,. came ,
Evening Worship _... 7:30 P. M.j Evening ....___" _,_ YK P. M. many Tames Conway. A dessert course
6KXXM.: Sign On from this special efforts The :
7:30 P. M.
r Mid-week Prayer,Service V B SEALS, S S Superintendent vas served
6:02 Fla. F'nn Hr. total goal for the Sunday School
last Thursdayof
Brotherhood '1 ARTHUR CRUDE Training Union 6:25 World & State News 184. This was
each month at ?,_. 730 P. M. ; ach Sunday was
WMU every second and fourth Director.ERNEST 630.a. Farm Hour aver reached by 4, making the Giant Jumbo Hamburgers inGin

Tuesday 7:30 pm. GURR, Minister 1 6:45 Rudy Bamridc.Moo. iverage Sunday attendance of 188. ; bun 4Oc.wHITE .

V L. SINGLETARY S. S. Supt .WELCOME TO ( Wed. Fit){. }Highest attendance was on Easter TOP DRIVEINFor

JIMMY LAMB, B. T. U. Director j ji NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 625 7:00 ,- World State News New We are headquartersfor >d 220.

'REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN Pastor Come Worship With Us Plans are under way for the reovhoal
7:05 Coffee With Ray The Best QualityRe4Jpholstering
WELCOME TO Sunday School 10:00 A. XL 7:45 World News Major Appliances. which will be held May 8-15
11:00 A. Is!.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 7:50 State News with Rev W H Reed of Tucker,
10:00 A. M.I Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M.Evening ;
Sunday School 755 Weather News WESTERN AUTO Georgia as Evangelist.The .
11:00 A. M. Worship __. 7:30 P. M.
Morning Worship
with Ray
8:00 attendancemproved
P'Evening Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Training Union at the reasonable prices
.._._ 6:30
Training 9:00 Devotions
Brotherhood 4th 7:30 P. M. during April when it
Prayer Meeting __.__ 730: P. M. 1 ack Pickles -- S. S. Supt. 9:15 9:30 Musk Unlimited Termites Swarming? reached 85 on Easter. Plans are
Church Business Meeting First Sim; Andrews B. T. U. Director News being made for a Study Course in Call or Write -

e: Wednesday night of each month. REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor 10:00 10:05 Music Unlimited CALL one.
Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second CHERRY, LAKE BAPTIST 10:30 Music Unlimited BurkeExterminating The Vacation Bible School willie

Thursday nlghVof each tnontn. CHURCH 11:00 Music Unlimited conducted August 312. Seven

reaching Service Every Sunday Preaching Services every Sunday 11:15 Public Service Co. of the YBS workers attended the 415 S. Horry St., Madison

Come Worship With Us. Morning Service 11:00 A. M 11:30 Record Session clinic; In Madison last week Phone HU 3-6630:

\':'bOZIER SAPP. Pastor Evening Service 8.00 P. M. 12:00 World NewsNoontime Phone 293-J Perry Florida The Church plans a progressive Hours: 9 to 11, 12 to 3:30

Sunday School every Sunday at 12:15 P.M. Notes program for the summer months.
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH \O.-OO A. M. 12:30 Talk Of The Town Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in A cordial Invitation is extended toveryone Representing
REV. I. T. CARTER, PastorServices
I Sunday BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. 12:40 Uncle: Ned G-in bun 90c.WFiTfE to come and worship.CONSTRUCTION SOUTHLAND FURNITURECVHOLESALE
every Wednesday 12:45 State Newt
School .._ 10:00 A. M. Prayer Meeting every ; TOP DRIVE-IN RE-UPHOLSTERING
Sunday at 8:00 P,. AtBrotherhood 1230 Farm Newt "' "' U "':JI'-""
.... M. .
Morning Worship 11:00 A. -
first Thursday every 1255 Weather News Box 1004 311 S. Forrest
Union ._..... 7:00 P. M. .
Training -
month at 7:30 P. M.Everybody 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade Phone CH 2.4970
Evening Worship __ 8:00 P. M. .
Welcome. 1:55 News : NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY
Wed. 7:30 P. M. ,
New and Remodeling
REV. J. R. COLLINS. Past= 2:00 Gospel Time I ADDING MACHINES
CHURCH 2:45 Afternoon Melodies I VICTOR $171.00 Unconditionally Guaranteed

AEV. JACK LAMB, _4-1: : Pastor Bible 701 South Study Range_ 10:00 I'A. M. 255 ;: World & State News BURROUGHS .' 203.50 .,...,..:JI'-JI'-: ..... .........-.L,
Sunday 3:00.'t Melodies
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Afternoon ---
8. R. Sapp Chairman V Board ot ---
ord's. Supper andEdification 225.00
Deacons. 3U5: Public Service I CLARY .

Dilly Bailey B.T.U. Director _- 11:00 A. Mj '4.-00"' News ODHNER 259.50!;
Leroy Cruse Associate Director Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. I 4:05 Request Parade

Leroy ,Cruse-r.. .' ._.. S. S. Supt. Vednesday Evening I 455 World 8e State Newi. TOTALIA ,. 259.00 .

lite Merle'Ss'.._._ Song Leader Services _'-_ 7:30 P. KNEW 5:00 Request Parade i plus fed and state tax. ;

Mrs Juanita Cruse ............ Pianist HOPEFUL 5:45<< -: Sports Highlight* H i FDID'

., om1ng Worship __ 11:00 A. )t. Services every first and third 6:15 Twilight Tunes _
Union ... 7:00 P. )L I 655 News
'Training -- Sundays at 11 a. nx, and 8:00 p. m. HU 3-6361
Evening Worship ._.._ 8.OO P. MiJ. Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 7:00 Sign Off
Prayer :Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. a. PROGRAMS SUBJECT: TO

Just as I am without one plea. Union every Sunday 70p. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE KEEP UP ,\\1THpoL1Tl
Regardless of clothes
I come. your m.
condition. Whether cotton Home REV. W. T. RYCROFT Pastor OH IN THE E-R
spun. You .are welcome in our j
Welcomes You BACK I Georgia
10:00 A. M.jMorning'Worship .' I K wt T.. CM r. tto fan .w 5fr ..
Sunday REV CARL 'V. %VEr, Pastor .... ,.. .ut.s treaeY PLATE GLASS
11:00 A. M. ... -.Jar MMa' u..& krwtls
100 A. J.t pass.
Sunday School ........ u...... Could be serious if lose ( theft fire otherwise
We by
Evening Worship ....:... 7:30 P. M. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. .M '.....*. Wei.'th 4mtrt Co ? you or -
Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P. M. Choir Practice 6:00 P. M.' ---.sua. .v r .rU0a*r>U- 'M paay %## ) something like your securities deeds, insurance

REV. .B, B. BRICKLEY, PastorL. !Tracing Union .....w. 0:30 P. J.L! *Aaothi.a.h.e. ...nlW-.d east W mM R W*fMl.*T GLASS policies, discharge papers or precious jewelry. You cant

O. S." SERVICE Evening Worship 7:20 P. M f .IrrftaUoII.....-.n..w.c.c.o-taa' ..p....a-rede.wfrealt. f a4. M-4. GLASS BLOCK lose any of them when they're safe and sound in our fireproof -

Prayer,Meeting Wed. 730 P. )lSEVEN"1iI.DAY '.... theft-proof Safe Deposit vaults. The: cost of a
OF .
CHURCH 0. na .-. I.t b J .ne. MIRRORS *
Safe Deposit box Here is small indeed
..,>: L M.a+b MtIee compared with the
C.; .', LATTER'II DAY SAINTS ADVENTIST to tom, .. e< aa bc'daork... ...... peace of mind you'll enjoy. knowing your valuables are
Sunday School u..,__,.' 10:00 a. m. CHURCH 1..L.e.a -.c.1oa". MtIH 215 W. Savannah Ave.
Sacramen. Meeting -.....11:00 a. m. Services every Saturday at Madison a. Vr dM. .ea .*c .MaUir***s l..Irrtte-..... Phone: CHERRY 25285, SAFE!
Relief Society and Priesthood time American Legion HaH a tecn.e -.-.. .t tW U **0* e< VaUosta. Georgia.FOLEY
kt4aqe t
announced at Sacrament Sabbath School begins 2 p. m Yob yes/ a1pM'.t..p .s4 u..
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and place Meeting. Church Service at 3 p. m. .M..,....rp,...?N.nUtf., ..,............ es" LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRAON Florida Bank at. MadisonMember
WILLIS S S Supt *. ,
LEGION HALLE HAROLD HU 36517.YATES. Pastor Telephone DQAN'S PILLS 10 per Gmt Down Payment Federal Deposit Insuranee CorporationAnd

R. CARRY Branch Pres. Welcome HOn' aoi SUPPLY CO. Florida National Group of Bonks .

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