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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Pinetta LaborCelebration Day Home Boy Conducting I!L. VA' it ,it. 1C t l' "'f i"T' f One Killed, Two Injured Dies In Accident


L r Baptist Revival HereThe In Collision -

John McCJamma, age 4.1. died
Sunday in Tampa "of injuries rev -
Plans are under way by the
Pinetta Community Council for a I youth-led revival at the First Tampa Tribune, Monday Aug. 24) ceived in an automobile accident.

Labor Day program on September Baptist church has been in progress 4 ( d., One Tampan was killed yesterday Mr McClamma was a native of

7 at the new Youth Center to cele- II this week with services each and a young couple left in Madison County and a member of
brate the completion of the third night, with Earl Davis of Madison critical condition after a head-on Hopewell Baptist church.

phase of the Recreation Building.The bringing; forceful messages that appeal f collision of two cars on U S High- His survivors are his wife Mrs
program will consist of a flag to youths and adults alike. rf way 60 east of the city, TrooperW Leila McClamma of Tampa; two

raising ceremony, laying the corner The services are the closing iy C Kight of the Highway Patrol daughters Elizabeth, Tampa, and
stone, a main speaker, auction, series held in many places in the reported. Mrs Thomas Shea of Clyattville
Queen contest 'and an old fashioned state by Earl this summer. His Dead is John II McClamma, 44, .I Ga; one son John Jr of Tampa;
picnic. many friends here are proud of of rural Tampa. his parents Mr and Mrs Hardy
his being chosen for this McClamma of Madison; three sisters -
The program will start at 3 p. summer <: Near death at Tampa Hospital
m. with supper at 6:00. All our work and predict great things for yesterday, Kight said, were John Mrs Daisy Price and Mrs
friends and neighbors in Madison I him in the future. Ernest Stouta- Charles Stephens, 21, of 2222 ChapinSt. Johnny Barbon both of Tampa and

and surrounding counties are I mire and Miss Manya Creel assist ., and his wife, Linda, 18- The Mrs Albert Holton of Madison;
cordially invited to come with their with the music and work with the woman's 18-month-old child, Timo- three brothers Frank, Jacksonville
picnic baskets and join in the cele- young people and children, before thy Alderman received cuts and Woney and Enoch both of Madison

bration. Drinks, cups, plates etc. and after services. Pictured above is the Bank of Greenville, which presentsan bruises and was in fair condition, an<' one grandson Randy Wells

will be furnished by the council. The services begin with a medi- attractive appearance following extensive remodeling.ER Kight said.HO'ipital Tampa.A .
tation period with Mrs Vernon large family connection and
lady between the ages. ( Photo) !' attendants said Stephens
Any young
1 Ragans and Miss Creel furnishingthe -- underwent surgery for a ruptured many friends regret his passing.
/>f 14 and 19 is invited to enter the musical background. OAK( HILL NEWS I Crafton. In the afternoon the spleen, several broken ribs and Funeral services conducted by the
of the Youth
contest for Queen ; Special numbers by the choir, ladies visited Mrs M L Reaves of internal bleeding. His wife received Rev Lewis Hughen, were held
Center. Those interested in enter- solos by Miss Creel and Mr Stouta- head injuries and a severe cut on Thursday at 2 pm in the chapelof

ing should contact Lon for Shadrickby further I mire, testimonials by various young Lee.Visiting I E Reaves Sunday were her face, doctors said. the T J Beggs Jr Funeral Home
at night I
details.telephone It is suggested that each I people and impressive lighting H D CHICKEN FRY Mr and Mrs Paul Reaves of Hahira Trooper Kight said Stephens at-, with interment in Hopewell ceme-
effects add beauty and solemnityto The Annual chicken and another vehicle on tery.
fry to
community as Madison, Lee, Greenville open and Mr and Mrs M L Reaves tempted pass
the services. house of Oak Hill H D Club was the highway four miles east of
children
and Clyattville sponsor a and of Lee.
Monday nights topic was on Blind 22 Tampa and ran head-on into the -x-
enjoyed Aug with Mr and Mrs
in the contest. Mrs M J Donelly continues ill.
single entry Bartemaeus and the testimony was driven McClamma.
For information concerning the given by Richard Brown. Howard Coody and Mrs Lura Coodyas Mrs Don Gregol is at her bedside. car Stephens by was pinned in the car Thanks & AppreciationI

program the following are chair- The other sermon topics were hosts. Rev and Mrs Joe McCulloughand for nearly an hour, Kight said, and
men of the various committees: Sunday morning Magnificent Obsession The chicken was cooked outdoorsin children were entertained witha two wreckers had to pull the wreck-

Program-Council Officers-Lake R R ; Sunday night. How Big Is iron pots and served along witha barbecue supper at the home of age apart before he could be re-

Denson, Chairman, Cherry Ycur God?; Tuesday night, Ten variety of vegetables, salads Mr and Mrs Lon Terry Friday.Mr moved. want to take this privilege to

8394. Clarence Noble Men; Wednesday night, So desserts and tea. and Mrs Bobby Buchanan Funeral services were held at thank everyone who helped to(
Flag Raising Ceremony :Much With So Little; Thursday the Beggs Funeral parlor here make
Special guests were Mr and Mrs spent last weekend with her our Madison Tobacco Market
Buchanan. night, The Son and tonight
Corner Stone Nels Falk, HU Prodigal Jimmie Tyre and children, Mr and parents Mr and Mrs Ross Arnold. yesterday afternoon, conducted by a success in our county. I want toespecially
With God.
I' Walking Rex Lewis D Hughen. Interment was thank
the Madison Tobacco
3-2534. i Mrs Tommie Calhoun and children, Her brother Bobby Jean returnedto in
Hopewell cemetery. Warehouse
Benches and Tables, Jesse Revels Mr and Mrs B J Hall and children, Board of Directors -
spend some time with
HU 3-6190. Paul Graves HU I CARD OF THANKSWe { Mr and Mrs Wesley Downing and Mrs R P Buchanan returned them. guiding for our their progress untiring; Mr efforts Frank in

Picnic-Henry wish to thank our friends for! son, Mr and Mrs Jesse Revels home Aug 16 after spending the AUNT PASSES Cantey for the fill-dirt for our new

3-2306 Auction-B F Killingsworth. I their expressions of sympathy and Miss Bennie Wilder Mrs Bertie week in Jacksonville with relatives: warehouse; the Madison County
(II Walker, Mr Gordon Miss Mrs Exa Dowling Wimberly, age
Keeling
Queen Contest-Lon Shadrick, HU I many acts of kindness during the Mr and: Mrs Belton Buchanan Road Department for moving the
Rosemary Brinson, Mr and:: Mrs 72, of Alliance, Fla. died Fridayat dirt the of all
: City Madison and
the week end
of : in
spent Tallahasseewith
36456. I I long illness and at the passing the local hospital there.
About its forces who
Irving Keeling and children. were so helpful in
our loved one, Mr Jack Newsome. Mrs Carol Ever. Funeral services were held Sunday -

Driver License Sale We especially want to thank the I I 70 attended.Mr Mrs Betha Buchanan is improving Aug. 23rd at the ML Olive the many Madison ways to Tobacco promote Booster our market Club;

i doctors and staff of Madison anllrs:: Leo McCormickand after a recent illness.TO Methodist church' and interment Mr \Va"neVeger Chairman who
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County Memorial Hospital. two sons of Sarasota were HAVE there.
REVIVAL
I made possible those cash prizes;
i'driver licenses will go onalq May God bless you all. dinner guests of Mr and Mrs J L Cottage prayer meetings are Survivors are her husband C M Mr Ashley Beggs, Bond Drive
of the County MRS JACK XEWSOME and family. Davis Saturday. On Thursday Mr Wimberly and five daughters, two
; ; in the office 1 1'lld being held this week in prepa- Chairman; the ENTERPRISE-RE:
beginning September 1st to Davis killed large rattlesnakewith brothers and 2 sisters. CORDER
and
I 1 a ration for fall revival at Pinetta Radio Station WMAFfor
You must present BIRTHDAY PARTY She wast he aunt of Mrs Stan-
'J inclusive. 11 rattles in his yard. First the splendid publicity given our
Baptist church
Aug 30-Sept ton of Madison Mr and Mrs
It.i! license for renewal. Prices II Miss Bennie Wilder spent Satur- Pepera market; and all citizens in Madison
$1.25 Chauffeur $2.25. Deborah Blalock celebrated her| 6. Rev Bud Abbot of TSfton Ga Pepera attended her funeral on and Madison
rator ; County who helped
day night with the Howard Coodys.Mr
I
Tues- will be the
seventh birthday evangelist. Sunday.
usual fine cooperation in re-i anniversary make our warehousemen and our
Cecil Crafton Joe Crafton
in then day afternoon with a party at her ,
t >our license early i -x- tobacco buyers feel so welcome to
-. appreciated.. home. Twenty-five young guests and Frank Sexton went deep sea Mr and Mrs John Agner and Kenneth
\\II! be greatly Studstill arrived home our city. It was just wonderful!
i Sincerely yours, I enjoyed the afternoon at games.The fishing with a group of BOWs and children, Gayle and J P are visit- Thursday from the University of From all indications we are goingto

CURTIS D. EARP. I beautiful birthday cake iced counselorsVednesday.. ing Mr and Mrs Robert Agner in North Carolina where he attendedthe have a much larger and better

County Judge.i in pastel colors and topped with Mr I E Reaves Miss Mabel Hazelwood, N C.x summer term and will be here market for the coming year of

52-2t-ch: seven candles was served with Reaves Mrs J D Agner and chil- until the University opens in Sep- 1960.

punch and ice cream. Favors were dren. Mr and Mrs W I Reaves and Mr and Mrs Bill Russell and I tember. Again, I sincerely appreciate and

blr M.- Willard Davis of miniature flags and umbrellas. children, Mr and Mrs Cecil I children Van and Ann are spending. -x-, thank everyone who so graciously
Gree had a, guests Sunday Misses Griffin Blalock and Helen Crafton and children and Mr a week at Panama City Beach. Friends will be glad to know helped to build for us a better tobacco -
Irs Ft'-Q Bray and daughof Grace Hutto entertained the young -x- Mrs Willard Davis has returned market. Thanks!
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G M,":Lard and niece. guests. Deborah received many I W M King enjoyed a fish fry I Mr and Mrs Lonnie Davis were i home after spending two weeks in J. B. DAVIS, President

III ara Bray' of Live oak. attractive gifts. 'Thursday at the home of Mrs R L visitors in Greenville Sunday p m. a Thomasville hospital Madison Tobacco Warehouse.



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0 HAMBURGER And College Students!
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day and going away party Friday I The Garden Club will begin the I in September. I
night at the home of Miss Bonnie new year's activities Thursday The revival came to a close at \Ve wish to thank our friends I of sympathy. prayers, and food
Williams Sandra leaves for Orange Sept 3, when the cirdes meet at P$ne Grove Sunday with three for the many acts of kindness that was brought in much mo
General Hospital Sept. 8th for 10 a. in. Azalea Circle meets at! additions. Bro. Nelson brought some shown us in the loss of our loved, than words can express, May red If
Nurses School. the home of Mrs Van II Priest. very inspiring messages.Mr one Henry J Wilh- rig hly bless you every one. '
with Mrs I Harris co-hostess. TV Bailey of Lake City We appreciate the flowers words THE WILLIS FAMILY. -atii
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date to attend Mercer University! C Dickinson.Don't \ Mrs Drew Woods of Austin,
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Throw That Slick Hughey.family Rev and are lIrsV having J a Bennett new home and I Fewer calories !

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church. We welcome them into our
Tire community. are sorry to report Kfc'"r
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and Mrs A D Davis and J
family Of St. Augustine and Mr GOLDNUGGET
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North Florida Recapping Company and week other end.relatives here duringthe V ;

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