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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: September 25, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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c'resses annual meeting as officials look on approvingly rate-reduction headline as Lakeland City Commissioner CUNNINGHAM and MGR. AL TAYLOR beam approvaL

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Vol. LIX No. 4 Return Postage Guaranteed FIT 0**, SEPTEMBER. 25th, 1959 Madison, Florida Price | QC Yearly Subscription $3.75 ; DeWed I Rcneua's' $4.G6

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$19.000 NOTE BURNED! \\ .\.lie-\Vibn it p..ci. etef Ke B', iley, George Wlia its. J1flP'n-

The Annual Meeting 01 TriCounty son, 0 A Simmons. R M H-.es. t
Electric Cooperative, Inc was i, W Jarvis, W E Wilson, each a I
held on Saturday, September 19 i clock; Mrs Barney Bymytuo;, Mrs
in the Cooperative amphitheatre.I..I Janie Jenkii ,V M Howell George ..g.; f'+aJ
0\('r a thousand members and Pickles Curf Moseley, Toni Oliver, -

f i'ends attended the. meeting and I Pisgah Church 0 L Padgett, w
were served refresh nts by _Coop J S Pulliam each light bulbs!! : Mrs d'a.

rative employees. .' I I 11.I C Hicks, subscription to E-R, tn.
The business meeting was opened i I Mrs Nine Bell, Fence postj; MrsA j
wit an inspiring invocation by; E Sever also fence pa j' JV s r t-.t'
C .*M,eranve Att"--.ey; Ernest: :' T Lt'..am Mn E F A..ian. W d
IVye. Jr, followed with a welcoming Ckments,- Mrs J M :McMillfn, Mt
address by Congressman: BU'yf j I Mtriah Church, Mrs E *tF M rritt. '9 q t w f R .to 94 x$

Matthews. Guest Speaker; lion. Mac Mrs Shovine Bennett E II Collins jI
11 Cunnin!;'la.m. Executive -'Secretary -. T J Ashley S A Aikens Pear y.
of the Florida Municipal Utili- Oglesby. Mrs A 0 Mathews, J If
tusGCiation, made an interest- King, 0 L Webb Edwin Davenport -
ing talk on the closely allied rela- MrsV A Bailey James !I".
ti "'" between municipals and rural Hall, Arthur Woods Marcus Mun i
e1! ctric cooperatives, and the great son Mrs R F Shortt, and Cei'uBuckhalt
rood for them to stand together all received light bulbs.

a-.'a.-ist private power interests. ,
President Evans Waldrep's ad- 1

d'ess dealt with the excellent fiJ CARD OF THA ta KS
n. today He announced that there had!' a 1.

been a decrease in rates and that I' We wish to express::!: our apIreci x E xa
had been made in refund -!
a beginning
aUcto our friends and relatives
,. many ',
;njr: Patrons Capital td members ; 0 y y? h,
for their sympathy and mans
Waldrep appealed to the mem- rb
Mr
|d?>ds or kindness ani help h.-wo)
be rs to continue to abide by the c ,
us daring: the brirf illness of q> -
raves of their Cooperative to main! N
son and: brother, Ray Webb.V', r
ta'' their highly successful business..!
The Treasurer's Report showed (also appreciate the many gilt:; o<

the Cooperative to be steadily increasing *food anj the beaut'ful lovers. _
,
is financial stability. Mrs Leslie Webb and children --- ru-'

Manager A L Taylor made a; --- rid:!'"::'.i above i the B. 0. W. Sportsman's Club, just Dietrich, Ronnie Eads, Gerald Hutchinson Kemper

dynamic and informative talk on I. Mr a:1dlrs D C McLeod of Ft back from a recent successful Gulf of Mexico fishing James, Wayne Keith, Mike Lanier, Frank 1. ::leton.

the operations of the Cooperative.j Meade, Fla visited Mr and Mrs trip. About 300 fish were caught. The boys range from Dennis McClammaJohn, Musser, James Odom, \VYuiam; ;
lie alerted members to wire thetts Walker Phillips and Mr and MrsA 8 to 16. The is local Woodmen
and reported that a man in Taylor I : group sponsored by to \Vhigham, Gene McCIamma and Wiley Wood.
County' had just been captured and L MoLe enroute home from I promote Amencan'sm:: : and good sportsmanship. Leaders are Charlie Button Leroy Wadkins Charlie
,
thoi"wixldm* tip: to r.lt Mitch-..':! T>. ...? v.t.i ; the Richard
convicted for stealing wire.. Manager: \vent on trip were Baker Crafton, Claude Hart, and Field Representative Gordon
Taylor brought out that the Cooperative 'and ot:H': point,* .I f interest in N C. Mu-h! ef! Rurfieid Thomas Coody, Joe Crafton, Perry Selman.

was increasing in mem-
brrship: each year and t'! ere ua SANTA FE 20 M H S 13 j Mr and Mrs James Stanley and I Jimmy Bunting son of Mr and

noa need for construction an.! 4T I i son Jim had as guests Sunday i Mrs j L Bunting, received a pain-
her transformers to take et io ) j their daughter and her family. Mr :ful injury in the MHS-Santa Fe
of the increased load. There t t-:- The MIlS Red Devils traveled to:]and Mrs Andrew Ramsey ani sons :football at
Thursday night
pa'ne
loved a ceremonial burning of i -;. 'a Fe last.Thursday and lost ac'r. Boggs and James' of Blountstown. I Santa Fe.
lie
$.;a,000 00 mortgage note: ri:,;. 1 Santa F? scored on the I was tackled by another
I
Apt il -;'. 1941, which was pd \ :il'St play from scrimmage catching player and is suffering from-"
bruised tissue in the back above the
in fi'l1' this year.: lied Devils flat footed on a Dr Gene interning at
HeU.on! : of trustees in three otm.N ,- ., n Roberts to Outlaw for 59d IJaroncss ErUngernadden inis Chattanooga. i t left kidney. He was taken to the
followed! : Mr KV \\ alduoDistrict t yU '. > -, Roberts went over for the Tenn. University of Florida hospital where

3: Mr T S Stud=.till, U:.- "-\;, i point A few plays later I he wn treated and returned horn

trict 5; Mr C A Fulford, Distju' Santa Fe again went to the air for I Friday (tonight) at Lanier Field Fri'ay night. He is recovering: atM
6, \cre re-elected for a 3->'ear I 8.00 p I hi-, home but still in bed
4b yards and a TB. MIlS moved to
tern: of office.
the Santa Fe 15 two times in the'
Fv'!"cwing! is a list of the winners
of the Cooperative's annual drawingfor first half only to fumble Another
fumble gave Santa Fe the ball on ,
prizes:
WINNERS OF 1959 ANNUAL : .R n .. the MHS 30 >d line and they:

MEETING DOOR PRIZES s "... srx quickly scored another TD. On the i QAx..
Mrs J E Aman, Electric Range z following kick off Donnie Floyd
Mrs Cary Phillips, electric fan: MHS quaterback stepped 80 yards
Sammie Lee Franklin, tire; Mrs ; for MHS TD. At the half it was x hr
Mathew Gallavan, electric percolator
Santa Fe 20 MHS 6.
: Ivey Webb, toaster; Mrs a-a 4
Thomas Surles, electric mixer; Sam ; s a nc The second half was all MHS x
Jarvis, radio: M P English, toaster: F as Maury Blalock: scored one TD I, W
R C Home, J L Holt Fred Vaughn, and the extra point. It looked as :, sti
j T King, Shelly Rooertson eacha though the Red Devils mig! t pullit
toaster;. Howard Frier, clock; C out of the fire as they drove to

Woodard., E D Milton, B J Mutch. n the Santa Fe 8 yard line but penalties ,

Bison Myers. each a steam iron; L and fumbles were too much: to I
CHicks, Mrs Geo Rykard. Isaac overcome. ; A
Manuel, Jr. Mrs W H Hall. Jesse r
Paul Coffee Donnie Floyd and Maury Blalock I
Haynes, each an iron; I .
Mrs Doc Smith, clock Mrs W CO-OP ATTORNEY ERNEST Mi. PAGE, JR. presents were outstanding.: leads while ..
BaileY Mattie Lee Aikens, Mrs III Treasurer's report reflecting prosperous condition vin Wells and Charles Me-I-// MRS. J. E. AJLAN seems pleased as she walks to claim

T Bland each a hotdog ;j .(E-R Photo) led the line play. her Westinghouse stove at last Saturday's Co-Op meet.
The Red Devils meet PK Yonge (E-R Photo) .



TWO THE EOTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th 1959

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YOU ARE INVITED TO


Breeden'sFASHION Vertle's Beauty Salon IIN I (

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Formerly Kathleen's ,
GIFT SHOP t

Ladies and Children's CONSIDER THESE FIVE f

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LATEST HAIR STYLING OF EQUAL SIZE .

PERMANENTS, FACIALS 1 :$ EACH OF DIFFERENT COLOUR.:'rUT j

DIFFERENT INTERNAL QUALITY, ) 1'
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MANICURES
SHAMPOOS :. 1
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VERTLE BRINSONNew h. ,4le4 l I
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Manager Based on ptrc ntag iomporboro, the
fir five diamonds pictured her vary in actual

MABEL RAGANS HAZEL WEST value\ and price from 100% of the top
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Operators
down to 44% at the bottom'. because
e fr Phone HU 3-6230 Setzer's Shopping Center, Madison "of, differences In colour and internal quailly. .
Yet, they are all of the 'exact some

silOr,
Located in the Setzer Shopping Center Any Dress in our Store $5.98
One Rack-$1.00 Dresses We urge you, before you buy t o get the
ANNOUNCES THEIR Goodyear fires $12.95 THE FAMILY STORE Whole,story of diamond quality in the few
but foet-fitled pages of our new "KNOW"

670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type, Shopping the TownWITH YOUR DIAMOND" t,.....motioft. h will not
FORMAL OPENINGSATURDAY take much of your time but it is bound
plus tax and recappable tire. to give you on entirely new conception of
how to get THE BEST DIAMOND FOR YpVR
TONI JEAN '
SEPTEMBER 26th.All MESSER Madison is a college town and it CQllARI

looks and acts the part well! Since
Battery & Tire Co. the Fall Semester has gotten under
the ladies are cordially invited to come in, see the way, swarms of eager NFJC students .

new fall fashions and register for the lovely door prizesto :: give the business district a
be given away at 4:00 o'clock p. m. on October 3rd and iiiLEE hustling, bustling look as they

October 10th. You do not have to be present to win. NEWS NOTESMr scurry from one end of their tempo- ....
There will be a special gift for the first 150 ladies visit- rary campus to the other.

ing our store.FLOREE B F Blanton and daughter, THE TOWN SQUARE RESTAURANT -
Mrs Dan Mauldin, and two children has extended a cordial wel-
TATE BREEDEN PHONE: HU 3-6850 Danny and Michael, met Mr come to these students by reservinga WEGER
Owner-Manager Madison Florida Mauldin at Enterprise, Alabamalast "college dining room" for their WAYN9W.

Wednesday to attend the I convenience and pleasure. This
funeral of Dan's is complete with piano, jukebox
EVANGELIST AT METHODIST Any Dress in our Store $5.98 grand father, Mr room
One Rack-$1.00 Dresses T B Mauldin. Dan spent the week good food (at student prices).
CHURCH THE FAMILY STORE end here with his family. He had and friendly service. As a handy
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MADISON, FLORIDA
andauthority just got back to North Carolina:place to eat, meet friends, study or
Hales, evangelist I
George the alcoholic problem, Shot Walker who received an when the message came of his just pass time, the Towne Square's KeatonBeachOn
will conduct on a series of services at injury in the Madison-Santa Fe grandfather's death which was venture is going over in a big way.
Friday night is reported very sudden. He was eighty-three When one pert blonde was asked
beginning
the First Methodist Church gamer and back in school. years old. for her opinion, she replied with The Gulf FERTILIZER I
Sunday Sept. 27, through Friday "
Mr and Mrs Karl Bennett and son enthusiasm "It's great!
October 2nd. Water front lots priced from
Mr Hales was brought into his three incurable diseases that he had I of Ueray, Indiana, were breakfast Purchase Orders Honored
present evangelistic work through suffered from for many years. The guests Monday morning of Mr and I This Saturday, September 25, is $995. 10% down, balance to

Immediate and miraculous healing of public is invited. Mrs Louis Searcy. the formal opening date of suit. Safe, clean bathing beach, VICKERSIMP.CO.INC.HOMECOMING

BABY BAPTIZEDAt BREEDEN'S, Madison's newest good fishing and hunting, just .
the eleven o'clock service fashion and gift shop. Watch the
the spot for your Beach Home,
Sunday at the Methodist church window display for the many beautiful
or week-end Retreat at I
the Rev Zeb Williams a price METHODIST
baptized door prizes to be given away EDUCATIONAL
I little Nola Charlotte Wilsky infant during the festivities. Stop in at unequalled any place on the SEMINARS
MOTHERS11x14 B I daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred BREEDEN'S for further details.: coast. 20 mi. S.V.. of Perryon

Wilsky. You'll be delighted by the fine Hwy. S361 (soon to be completed Mrs' J B Davis president of the
Nola wore the dress her grand- selections of fall fashions and ac south via Steinhatchee) Methodist WSCS of the Tallahassee
father wore when he was baptized
Her maternal grandparents Mr and cessories. That's BREEDEN'S located Come see us, or write P.. 0. District conducted two meetings
.1
q :!J; Bust VignetteM Mrs Wolf of Tampa, stood with in the Setzer Shopping Cen Box 301, Perry, Florida. of the women of the District this
them at the altar. ter. This is a good time for you 4-6t-pd week for the purpose of planning
PORTRAITRegular college girls to stock up on chic
Mr and Mrs A E Ragans visited the missionary educational program
their sister Mrs Bessie Lee Sutton, campus clothes! for the new year.

of Adel, Georgia, who suffered a ___ The Monticello Church was host
$10.00Value FOR 00 heart: attack three weeks ago, andis Hazel Home, son of Mr and Mrs The Annual Homecoming will be to the meeting Monday and Tuesday -

$1 still in a serious condition in the O H Home of Cherry Lake, is a held :at Swift Creek Methodist; the meeting was held at the
ONLY Church at White Springs, Florida, Branford Church. Both
Adel hospital, they also visited patient in Tallahassee Memorial I meetings
September 27.
SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED their mother, Mrs Ivey Sunday hospital for examination and possible were well attended and studies for
afternoon.Mr surgery. He entered there Tues- the year were selected.GE .
Charles Barber of Los Angeles,
35c Mailing and Mrs L L McMullen are 1 day.
Calif was a guest Thursday and
having their house treated to a
NO APPOINTMENT Full Figure $1.00 Extra -x- Friday of his parents Mr and Mrs AppliancesHowerton
fresh coat of paint inside and out.
Limit: 2 Children To A Family Miss Ruth Sheffield is in Adel C W Barber. He made the trip by ,
Mrs L A Lamb had her mother .
NECESSARY Age: 6 Weeks to 10 Years Mrs J B Outzs of Monticello fora I Ga with her mother, Mrs L G plane to Valdosta, where Mr and Supply Co.
Additional Children Sheffield, who is ill in Memorial Mrs Barber met him.
$2.00 EachThe few days' visit recently.Mrs .
Hospital. Other members of her
Barberree Studios of Charlotte, N. C., will have a family visit her quite often also.x .
representative here in Madison at the DAYLIGHT DEPARTMENT Howard Studstill, Mrs Fred

STORE on FRIDAY, SEPT. 25 from 8 AM Mickler, Mrs J B Davis Mrs W H -
Mrs T C McNally was hostess to
6PbIPM, and on SATURDAY, SEPT. 26, from 8 AM to Williamson and Mrs Marshall her bridge club Thursday afternoon.

Hamilton attended a Missionary Club and visitors prizes were won NOW MADISON!
Education meeting held in Branford -
by Mrs D F Burnett and Mrs James
Tuesday at the Methodist I
DAYLIGHT DEPT. STORE Church. They were representativesof Conway. I

the WSCS of the local church.x .
MADISON, FLORIDAplus -
INTERNATIONAL FERTILIZER AND
Mrs A G Paul Jr of Lake City FERTILIZERPurchase

was the guest of Mrs A E Fraleigh
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during the weekend. Orders Honored
LADIES

NEW DRESSESJUST { G-E Appliances VICKERS ITh1P. CO. INC. RAINBOWPREMIUM


Howerton Supply Co.

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1 Nursery Leadership :Manual 6 Young People's Union Admin.
2 Beginner Leadership Manual 7 Adult Union & General Officers RUFRM FEED STORE

3 Primary Leadership Manual S Intermediate Union Manual
sib CO.MADISON 4 Junior Leadership Manual
5 Intermediate Leadership 9 Junior the Boys Union and Girls Manual for MADISON, FLA.
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Let's Go To SULLIVAN'S SINCLAIR STATION



HILLCRESTDAIRY I I, Discount to NFJC StudentsCHECK


BAR .
e ON OUR GAS PRICES


MADISON, FLAU. i Special This 'Week! .

S. 90 WEST i

yt iI I 1 Can Sinclair Lighter Fluid Free With Every

10 Gallons of Gas


JIMMY SULLIVAN new owner, cordially Invites the pubHc la

come by for efficient, dependable and courteous serviceor :
Yes, lets go to the HILL- I

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CREST: DAIRY BAR, on U S i Phone HU 3-2528, Madison, Fla.On .


90 West, for those delicious U. S. 90-Cor. Base and Washington Sts.


hamburgers milk shakes and S r d 'Fva .
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I Dade City were over-night
and frames
ice cream. Now OPEN I Ii t Monday of Mr and Mrs C S BlaAluminum screens

i II II I ,lock. They were en route from cost less than wood.
Athens, Ga. where they accompaniedtheir I
DRIVE IN! I HO'VERTON SUPPLY CO.
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I ,...#lI1:1 N'U: "--_ *'' daughter, Miss RepI
State Forester C. H. Coulter and John Y. Humphress, member of 'pard, to the University of Georgla,1 L _.

the Beard of Forestry, inspect a 2,270-year-old after \ ..
cypress stump 3 X3C3 3 XXX3SXX 3 X X ,, ,"
Its arrival In Tallahassee. Formerly in the Gresch Wood Parade
HiDcrest Dairy attraction in St. Petersburg, the stump was given to the Florida FRESH GARDEN SEEDONION
Forest Service for its educational value.HOSPll'AL .

Bar Miss Martha McLeod of Thomas-
NEWS'
ville spent Thursday and Friday of SETS.: TURNIP, MUSTARD, COLLARD CABBAGE,
the past week here visiting her
.. CARROTS BEETS AND RUTABAGA
,
a
Admitted sister, Mrs C W Barber.x .
: Mrs Merline Albritton,
Eullock Gaskins, Mrs Carlene Bell,I -
Vernal Weob, George Hutcherson Mr and Mrs Alvah Bryant and
Mrs Mary Hutchinson, Mrs Amelia:'son Billy of Quincy were recent GA. RED SWEET POTATOES 3 lbs. 25c
MESSERGulf nanisIrs, Jo Ann Rowell, Mrs guests of Mr and Mrs C W Barber.
Juanita Hilton, Mrs Celeste Fieleke,I Mrs W E Morris of Bartow also
Battery & Tire Co.ADAPT. Walter Fieleke, Randall Buchanan,I;I visited the Barbers for a few days 1 BUSHEL $3.00See
Life Mrs Bethance Rye, George Wilson, last week.FERTILIZER.
lIalleneVells, Mrs Gracie Gibson,
.A offers New Goodyear 670 15
x All Mrs Marie Hammock, Albert Kin-
Weather tube-type tire for only Claude Hicks, Mrs Omelia
:PLAN 512.95 plus tax and recappable tire sey I us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT-
I Harris, Mrs Mary Ann Roth, Mrs
Fits your Mary Hutchinson, Mrs Trudy Bass. VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS
changingneeds Discharges: Mrs Maxie Jones,
Neal Law, Walter Ferrell, Mrs
Style HintLife Kate Kelley, Edwin Blalock, C A Purchase Orders HonoredVICKERSIMP.CO.INC. J. L SURLES & SONS -

Buchanan, Mrs Gussie Knight and v.
baby, Mrs Mattie Wigham, Lewis I
National Sweater
observed at LUCILE'S Week is DRESS being I Stewart, Mrs Alex Sheffield, Mrs 108 S. lorry, Phone HU 3-232$, AMdisoc Fla.

SHOP with a beautiful array of Omelia Harris, Mrs May Hutchinson !
The retirement plan you colors in.Ban-Lon sweaters, ranging -l Mrs Bethance Rye, Mrs Mar- aaac u.ragc agpbOWLiNTSOFFEkS
in price from $6.98 to $10.98.' lene Albritton, Mrs Minnie Lee
buy for tomorrow can i Adding extra value is the fact that, :Newborn, Randall Buchanan Mrs I
I THE
help meet today's needs any color may be perfectly matched I I Marie Hammock, George Wilson, ) YOU
thanks to the with a Skirt of 100% Wool Wedg- Mrs Cleta Fielike, Walter Fielike,
exclusive Adapt-A-Plan. moor Flannel at the modest price Ii Vernal Webb, G H Hutcherson, Al- ,
Ask Gulf Life of $6.98. Newest of colors have bert Kinsey, Malene Wells, Mrs

representative.your been matched selected sets, so may that be two also perfectly mixedto I Juanita Hilton BABY, Hiram BELL Lamb BEST BUY YOU HAVE EVER SEEN

make four attractive outfits. Mr and Mrs Wilmer Bell, of Live
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Each additional style sweater or Oak, Fla announce the birth, of a
skirt will multiply the possi- baby girl on September 17 She
many GROUP
ble combinations available to you. weighed 6 Ibs and 9 ozs. //N A LIVING/ / ROOM
G U I f SHOP LUCILE'S DRESS SHOP for BABY ROTH
Quality that even a modest budget Born to Mr and Mrs Luther Roth':
can afford. on Sept. 21, a baby girl weighing
: 8 Ibs. and 5 ozs. I Sofa Bed 95Platform
Graham \Vheel----; Marianna BABY HUTCHINSO.N Rocker
spent the week end here with Mrs Born to Mr and Mrs Remer
INSURANCE Wheeler and children. Hutchinson on Sept. 21, a baoy TV Chair
e COMPANY boy. He weighed 9 Ibs. and 10 ozs. 1 0 Two End Tables
COLORED PATIENTS
G-E Appliances Admitted: Ulyssess Alexander, Coffee TableT

O. C. KIRKLAND. Superintendent Sallie Tookes, Essie Mae Branch, we Lamps
Ph. HU 3-2551, P. O. Box 292 Howerton Supply Co. Evelina Hill Mary Fifie, Vivian Two Throw Pillows
I John Charlie
MADISON, FLORIDA Groover, Simmons. -
I I Williams, Mary Lee Brown, and Piece Living Choice of
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Stevens.
Charlie
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I Discharged: Betty Jean Moore Room Group i
Gladys Robinson<< Milton Gilyard,
Evelina Hill, Ulyssess Alexander
ATTENTION : Augusta Westley, Essie Mae
Branch, Johnny Miller, Sally
Tookes, Vivian Groover.
Born to Vivian Groover, Sept. 20,.
RESTAURANT ANDOPERATORS .' a baby girl weighing 6 lbs and i
10 ozs. .
Born to Mary Lee Brown, Sept.
BAR 21, a baby girl weighing 7 lbs and
6J2 ozs.Born .
to Mary Fifie on Sept. 21,
a baby girl weighing: 6 lbs and 5&
We carry i in stock a completeOwensIllinois line of Libby's ozs. ; .-

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( ) glassware. \V e also carry in LEAVE FOR SOUTH CAROLINA!

stock alll lands restaurant equipment-pots, pans, Rev and Mrs J M Gammon and
children Genett, Joe, Danny and
silverware, dishes, tables, chairs and bar stools. Lalla, left Wednesday for Lake
City, S C, where Mr Gammon will
I be pastor of the Presbyterian

SOUTHERN SALVAGE COMPANY :I church there. Mr Gammon, who has
been pastor of the Presbyterian

111 S. Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga. '!i church here for five years and his
family have endeared themselves to I Same Suite
,many friends both in the church In Heavy Guage
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and the who f
community regret
Ffastlc! Covers$169.95YOU
their moving away.
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PAGE SIX THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th 1960!

Therefore we think that the: said disarmament would not I!reduction in arms expenditures,'pas, petroleum, clay, lime, silica -
remarks of the Mayor of Los' "get far if America's small and then a little more, and a1 I,I sand, salt, building stone,

1b Vthiz'fNTtRPR1SIICCORDR( Angeles were out of place and time politicians continue to II little more, until finally we get I''limestone' and sandstone. Principal -

also the brawl at the Labor needle him (Khrushchev) with Lack to a status that is becoming I agricultural products are
( tgMCATlO *
e"wwu" M i.MBCIftTMAt MI MMIBMi ONTO Of MOT HOtUft* I I
MADISON. FLORIDA Union meeting. Some mistakesare I loaded questions." The London to reasonable people. made wheat, corn, oats, hay, pota-
telephone HU 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. now evident in the program !i Daily Mail declared "it would I in the image of God. We must I! toes, tobacco, apples, peaches,
Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance that was laid out for the bu a tragedy if Khrushchev II!, do this-for the other road I i plums and grapes. The state
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year I
Premier's visit, one of them were to go home in a huff/ leads to wholesale destruction.'' has some of the largest glass

Advertising Rates Made Known on ApplicationEntered that he has been kept on the: adding "We think he has hada I I factories in the world and

at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June go too much. If the past Sun-t rough ride in the U. S. and : 250 YearsBituminous Of ranks first in the country as

23, 1908, under Act of March 8, 1879. day had been set apart for a,j 1 some people treated him of a glass producer. Its chemical
little rest instead of another i fensively." The London Times' Coal plants are important; one of
OWNERS: TC.. MERCHANT, T. C. :MERCHANT. JR. hectic day, it would have been I said Khrushchev had shown I'I'I the largest and most diversified -

AND ASSOCIATES I much better and perhaps iI I remarkable restraint in the West Virginia, called also the chemical centers in the

MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 Khrushchev might not have face of heckling "which has Mountain State, has a population I I world is located in the Kanawha -

NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 been so quick to feel resent-I 'been blunt to the point of about half that of Florida Valley. Other important

CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 ment. President Eisenhowerwas outright rudeness." and an area less than half I I manufactures are steel and
I Florida's area. It came into the .
T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher resting at Gettysburg for lolling mill products, pottery,
T. C. :MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor three or four days, but Other Road Leads To Union during the War Be-I I. bricks, textiles, bread and
tween the States since the
MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor Khrushchev was not gettingany bakery products, leather and
rest.Point DestructionThrough large majority of the peopleof tobacco products. Oil
MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager.Entitled refiningand
the region were not in favorof
printing and publishing
it all, the Russian secession, which the
be spilling over into our sec-! Of Outright I course I I are important industries. Next
To The strong man has been a master parent state of Virginia had week
tion; in fact, some prefer this 1 Wisconsin.
: showman. Fast, witty, appealing adopted. About 70% of the!I -
part of the state any way, as RudenessWe I
,< Nuts TooWe I earnest, angry at times, total area in the state isI
witness the letter we published
II inclined to think his barnstorming tour has been covered with forests consist-:
this are so Registration Books
ther column
will start two or three weeks ago from I
that we know it all and haveit one that he will never forget. ing chiefly of hardwoods. The
week with a word or two about the Illinois couple. And what
the great nut of this section,I I would be more intriguing than I I all and that we are always I I He made a telling speech be- state is the second-largest pro- Open Through Oct 3
right, that we do not always fore the United Nations and ducer of hardwood in the
the pecan, and then go on to to tell them to come on down I
look the other his plea for total disarmamentmust United States and
sufficiently
on 'I possesses,
one or two other things and to Madison county, enjoy our I Registration books are open in
side of a question. Perhaps it not be dismissed just some of the largest hardwood
probably conclude with Mr. wonderful fall weather, and as I the Court House each day from 9
Khrushchev. The pecans are help themselves, in. modera- is well that we see what our I propaganda and pie in the sky. lumber mills in the world. am to 5 pm through Oct. 3, preced- I
friends, the British, think of; It seems almost impossible, West Virginia is the leading ing the special election Nov. 3.
now falling, and it seems that I tion of course, to the delicious I A. E. RAGANS,
jour recent escapades. Several with the human heart as it coal-mining state in the coun- Supervisor of Registration.
we will have a right good crop pecans falling all over town! iS'i
British newspapers warned but it is worth studying. try, and possesses such great (Through Oct 2)
this year; that is, if the I
against "heckling" to which perhaps, with proper safe- deposits of bituminous coal thatit
squirrels hungry from having
had practically, none last year, Another Cent they said Khrushchev had been I guards and proofs that there is I could supply the country for Sporting Goods Co.At

don't eat them Up before we Gasoline goes up another subjected on his Americantour. no cheating, a little drawing 250 years. The state is also Electric
Bryan
can get to them. These little cent Oct. 1st; the Presidentthis The London Daily Sketch I back can be made and a little,, an important source of natural

week signed the bill rais- _
rodents have been plainghavoc --
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with the nuts this year, irg; the federal gasoline tax

n.bbling; on them before they! from three cents a gallon to

ale ripe and then dropping four cents. The increase is

them to the ground. Under aj I I limited to twenty-one months, WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE i ia
number of trees much of the' llut l if it follows the usual

ground is covered with partly-)'' pattern, it will stay on indefi- 108-110 EAST PINCKNEY ST. MADISON, FLORIDA

eaten green nuts. Well, we' nitely, or perhaps even be

suppose the squirrels figure: raised. Well, people don't like
4
' they are as much entitled to. to pay more tax, but if we are
' the nuts as we are; after all,I' going to have the additional

they are a part of God's creation -: roads and still won't eliminatethe _

too, and they haven't I appalling waste, unnecessarily -
DG1FTt
made any atomic bombs to kill I high salaries and other

ether squirrels with, either. expenditures that drain our resources -

then we must pay the

Delicious In Many WaysWe tax. We have already reached t .

the; danger point in operatingthe yc.y #. .y.. ., .
believe everybody in this credit and
government on ,
section who has little available jt; 'p :
a -' it is far past time that our .
_- 1as /
land should have one or, government, great though it is, ; MIXING CRAnciy
more trees on his place.! f fflRRJNO iN UUCIAM "
pecan begin, as an individual or private foR IuNOINO iA1TER =un IN cu, ,
The nuts have a high food I company must do, to live f r

value, are delicious in a number -, within its receipts; indeed, to Mv life amarenr uses.E .

of ways: just as they are,I spend less than it takes in, and

or in nut bread, nut cake, candy,' to start paying something on

nut pie, etc, and pecans toasted!\ the astronomical debt that our ?. ;? !

in a )little butter and salt are!' financial wizards have built up

almost out of this world. If his I for us in recent years. >:r 1lALUE

trees bear more nuts than he I ; HURRYIN- : ... t

has need for, he can sell the, whitethe
....- Not Getting Any Rest supply
"surplus-and many people pay I lasts/
their taxes with their surplus Readers of this column know

pecans; or, if their trees are i I! that we have felt that Pre-' r ," 4 i S\ '"4,'
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numerous enough, get sizable mier Khrushchev's visit to this
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financial returns from them.! country and President Eisen-
I
The trees, of course, should hower's return visit to Russia

have care and attention, but I' might well be of help in relieving -
most of them around here go', the tension presently : *::1
>$
on bearing nuts with little or; existing between the countries; .

no attention. I but within the past few dayswe !: ; : rouRMfI1/8TEoR :ii11
have begun to have our

Great Tourist Attraction! doubts. When we invite any-
one to visit us, we try to treat
'
The pecan trees, especially him courteously and to steer
in the bearing season, could 1' away from quarreling with him,

be made a great tourist attraction -I even though we may know

and it would be quitea I that we do not see eye to eye f v.L ,. Mr
drawing card if the people'of \4him on all questions. If x ; ; ,:a AATEi tTlfJ AtfTO M A T1C a < 4-

Madison, Greenville, Lee,!,, we should feel that we wouldbe /
Pinetta and the other towns in I I going to engage in a brawl OILHOMEHEATER

this i section would plant a'''I, with him, we would not invite y ofV

number of pecan trees along him in the first place. Whatever -
I
the streets-we already have;I may be said of the Rus-

s'me-and invite visitors to sian Premier, and whateverevil

gather some of the nuts and, things he may have done;

enjoy them. A few years ago a! he was still, on this occasion, a.

Tampa family came through I our guest, and he should have

Madison in pecan time and had I been treated with courtesy,

quite a thrill picking up some mId the issues on which we

of The Enterprise-Recorder's are at variance could well have

pecans-and that didn't hurt been left for him and the

Madison any. Central and South President to thrash out, as best WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

Florida are filling up fast and they could, in their quiet man

soon the influx of visitors will.to man talks at Gettysburg.
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first in Saturday, September 26 ___.'
DOUBLE FEATURE *'
C'OLK: YOUNGER
fashionbulky GUNFIGHT-

f Due to rising costs, it has been necessary to raise C"ior.EH. in cinema cope and DeLuic -
orlon starring Frank Lovejoy, Jan
Martin. The man with
the fastest
cardigan] minimum water rates fifty cents and adjust Utility Taxes i MADISON suns in the west. He was wanted

DRIVEINTHEATRENow I b>" the police of many states. See

9,98 ra to a maximum of $5.00.CITY under new management; open! his real story. An' actionpackedclassic

every night. Children under 121 i of the old west.

(in cars) always free. I REVOLT IN THE BIG HOUSE,

COMMISSIONERSCITY BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:-15 P. M. starring A Gene Evans, Robert Blake
daring plot to go over the wall
SHOW STARTS 7:15 -and the
double-cross that meant
OF MADISON PROGRAM I death. Drama shocking as it is

wonderful happens sensational. The fastest, most fur
Friday-Saturday, September 25, 26 ious story of the Big House
ever
when you wear Bobbie DOUBLE FEATURE filmed.
Desperate men with only
.
Brooks bulky orlon cardigan / I WATUSE, with Geo. Montgomery one thought-Escape. Cartoon.
,a and Taena Elg. (Technicolor).
with an intriguing t 'Too Late To Classify"I I I Sunday-Monday, September 27, 28
a kti"; Plus RESTLESS BREED, with THE
novelty stitch. smartly !V 11iJ1i! I Scott Brady. Technicolor. LAST TRAIN FROM GUN
FOR : I II HILL
ri..h SALE: House trailer, 1939 1 vistaVision and Technicolor
collared in come-hither
Great Lakes, 50 x 10 feet, 3- Sunday-Monday, September 27, 28 starring Kirk Douglas Anthony

colors, Sit > 34 to 40.Mrs i > XftL ? M.J. bedrooms, 8-months old. Equity I AUNTIE MAME, with Rosalind I I Quinn, Carolyn Jones. A
> ntil $1450. Stop by anytime after 1:00 Russell and Forest Tucker (Technicolor -' woman torn between two men and
pm and make me an offer. Lo-j I the knowledge that truth and justice -
F ., j I ). Plus Cartoon.TuesdayWednesday .
)yi FIi y cated in Lee, Fla., City limits, I. must hurt one. He was forced
just north of U S 90.. JACK R Sep. 29, 30 to hurt his best friend to insure
I II BLACK. 4-lt-chj! ALEXANDER THE GREAT, in. justice A screen full of entertain
j Technicolor. Plus Cartoon. ment. Cartoon.TuesdayWednesday.
I FOR SALE: Three bed-room house
I in Lakeside Terrace, unfurnished. ''Thursday, October 1 Sept. 29, 30
Phone HU 3-6723. MRS GRAHAM (ONE DAY ONLY) DOUBLE FEATURE

WHEELER 4-2t-ch'|'DOUBLE FEATURE STRANGER IN MY ARMS, in
I j STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND, cinemascope, starring June Allyson,
i FOR SALE: Practice piano. See with James Stewart. (Technicolor) I Jeff Chandler. A potent emotional
MRS HAZEL WEST, at Kath i
I II experience. A great book hits the
i ]leen's Beauty Parlor, or call HU .I BEAU JAMES, with Bob Hope. screen with all its dramatic im
3-6762 after 6 pm. 4-tf-ch (Technicolor).
pact. Strangers forced
to love under
FOR RENT or SALE: Two bed!OBSERVES EIGHTIETH the shadow of a dead hero. Did

room house facing Cherry Lake. I BIRTHDAY he dare to reveal the truth about
this hero they revered?
See ROBERTS GROCERY ,
or
DAVID EUGENE WILLIAMS, son I I
of Mr and Mrs Ruter Williams of Phone Cherry Lake 8396. 4-4t-ch THE LOST MISSILE, starring
MrsV H Williamson was
Green Cove Springs, formerly of .FOR RENT: Furnished apartment I honored with I Robert Loggia, Larry Kerr, Ellen
Madison, who left 6th Sunday a family j Parker.
Sunday Sept. i Millions collapsed in fear
close in.
for Winston-Salem N. C., where HOLTON'S. phone HU dinner given at her home by hen it roared
3-2254. Madison. 4-lt-ch I j as across the sky. Nothing -
Martha's
f he entered Piedmont Bible Collegefor children and grandchildren on the could stop it, yet it had to be
Bible studies for the next three FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished event of her eightieth birthday. A stopped if earth was to live. One
} 1
I' 208 N. PATTERSON ST. years. apartment, and a newly furnished bountiful midday menu was served, of the greatest of all science-fiction
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VALDOSTASomething garage apartment. Apply MRS and the honoree received many films. Cartoon.ThursdayFriday .
f
J J NEWMAN, Phone HU 3-2523, nice gifts and remembrances of
OAK HILL NEWSThis 311 North Range St. 44tchMALE cards and greetings. DOUBLE FEATURE, October 1. 2

HELP WANTED Enjoying the day with the honroe COMPULSION, in cinemascope,
L G Sheffield
was trans- Wonderful Opportunity for high were Mrs Russell Raines, MrsH starring Orson Welles, Diana Varsi.
ferred last Friday to Memorial G-E community is saddened by caliber energetic men between ages C Cooper and daughter, Mary The amazing story behind the startling -

Hospital in Adel, Ga from the Appliances the passing of a good neighborand 25 to 45 with old reliable Insurance Frances and Mrs H C Cooper Jr, headlines of the 1920s. The

Madison County hospital, where friend, Mr Joe Pulliam. His Company. Excellent pay and train and two sons, all of Jacksonville.Mr story of the murder that shocked
she had been a patient for eight Howerton Supply Co. friendly smile and sweet dispositionwill ing program during training period. and Mrs Paul Williamson and the world and the criminal case

days. Friends are sorry to learn be missed and tne bereaved Ii you have the above qualifications daughter, Miss Danice Hiers and that held the attention of the world
she- continues quite ill. call HU 3-2369 any time for ap for years.
have fullest I
our sympathy.Mr I Mr and Mrs Robert Williamson
pointment. 4-4t-ch j
Jack Hammock of Ochlawilla I and son, Robert Henry, all of LONE TEXAN, in RegalScope.
section and Mra David Keeling of CURB GIRL Wanted. HILLCRESTDAIRY 'Madison. starring Willard Parker, Audrey
Hamilton county were honored BAR. 4-lt-ch i Dalton. He burned his brand on
f with ajpint birthday dinner at the the town. The big guns of the west

Jact?- Ha"mmock home Sept 20. The WANTED: Two waitress, one from ; Revival At in a blazing duel of giants. Car-
Saveadoliarbill'onevery 7 am to 1am., and- one from' toon.
bountiful dinner was spread in the
4 pm to 12 pm, and one curb |
dining room. Center of attractionwas Howell visited relatives
New Mrs Waring
girl 4 pm to 12 pm. Salary $20 Hopeful
fill! a lovely giant birthday cake per week. PIG AND PLATE in Valdosta over the weekend.

decorated with names and ages of RESTAURANT, Valdosta, Ca.41tpd. | -
honorees. Attending were Mr and A revival will be held at New
Mrs Mance Hammock and children 'Hopeful Baptist church beginning I II

of Clyattville, Mr and Mrs David REWARD for whereabouts 1936; i ( Sunday morning, Sept. 27th, at 11 FERTILIZERPurchase
Johnson 30 hp motor, serial RJ o'clock and continuing through
ROCKET EGO Keeling and children and Mr and Eat
18c stolen from my place | Sunday, Oct 4th. Services each
Mrs Frank Hammock ani daughter
Cherry Lake, Fla. THEO MURRAY !i! night at 7:30 o'clock, with Rev J C,i Orders Honored
Lunette.Mr phone 2031 Quitman, Ga.44tch. [ Moore Jr doing the preaching.
and Mrs Ellis Coody, Mr and
All day services Sunday Oct 4th, YICKERSIMP.CO.INC.ANNOUNCEMENT
Mrs Bascom Coody and son Randy .
ON with dinner the ground.
REGULAR GAS GREENVILLE on
and Mr and Mrs Frank Hammock Monticello DROPS OPENER The public is cordially invited.
High School's
football
and Lunette called during the 3-2t-ch I i
team defeated
Golden Wedding anniversary of :Mr Greenville High
last Friday night 39 to 6.
and Mrs Sam Hammock of Live

Oak Sept 20. Over 200 called duringthe drouth and late rains.

day. Mr Talmage Bland went to Jack-

Mr and Mrs W L Wynn were sonville Tuesday for a check up

dinner guests Sunday of Mr and after a recent operation. Mrs Bland

.,y Mrs George Bartlam of Lee. accompanied him
WMS of Pinetta First Baptist Mr ani Mrs Bobbie Buchanan .

church met Sept 17 for the State I spent the weekend with her parents,

Mission program. A short business; Mr and Mrs Ross Arnold, of Quit-
session was held afterward. Mrs I

Florence McMillian, elected to man.Mr and Mrs Don Gregol have Beginning soon in Madison

serve as president next year returned to their home in Tampa construction on two homes,

tendered her resignation due to ill after spending some time with her complete FHA approved, 1000-

health. mother, Mrs M J Donelly. Mrs sq. ft. & over. Three bedrooms,
Mrs Lilla Crafton left Sunday to Donelly continues quite ill.
carport, storage, and tile ..
spend some time with her daughter Mrs Viola is
I Gramling improvingsome
lath (NOT A SHELL HOME).
_s !in Valdosta: I what from a recent illness.we .
= Mr R L Crafton arrived home are glad to report.
Approximately $300 down and
-7 f = 7ndam' on I ,
Sept 17 after a 7-week stay curing I i Mrs Mary Allen of Pinetta left
where individual
owns own lot,
= t/7e o'oarsavinm tobacco in Canada. He: reported:: a Friday night to Isis her on Wallace -
2 !; NO DOWN PAYMENT (From
hard crop to cure with earl!> [ in Tennessee.
$6750 Up).

t ;z prNAM/c
Completed homes can now be

tL i --O seen in Adel, Ga and in Talla-

+= hassee.


. M We have several plans for your

selection, and to avoid delay in

( getting FHA loan approved,

CALL or WRITE TODAY for

lull information and appoint-

ment, to
SEE THE NEW


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'THURSDAY OCTO I SALES LEADER,the Catalina foar-door sedan, pre
seats a fresh styling approach in 1960 with a spectacular V-shaped I
front end a classical grille long flowing lines and sculptured
highlights. Features of the sedan are Pontiae's famous wide track
AT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED wheels, an advanced Tempest 425 V-8 engine, a wide selection
of fade-resistant Magic-Mirror acrylic lacquer: exterior finishes,
QUALITY DEALER'S and a spacious passenger,compartment featuring attractive trim
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1 A L BROWN DIES IN and Willie O'NeaL Reeves Feed Store has recently Martha's Shop in Valdosta lo-

GIRARDIN JEWELERS I TALLAHASSEE HOSPITAL Honorary: Joe King, Vernon McHargue -I been repainted. 1 I cated next to Darby's Ladies Shoe I

I PREPARE NOWTo J J Sale Sr Walker Lewis,I Wamock, V E Wells and Charles Shop is advertising one of their
For I Mack Lewis, Carl Burnett. Russell I Wheeler. I
sell T-V advertised AVON A L Brown SO, a lifelong resident ninny Fall items in this week's. E-R. I
CHINA, CRYSTAL I I of Madison
SILVER, Christmas gifts and cosmetics.We County died:
DIAMONDS, JEWELRY i train you. Write AVON, I Thursday, Sept 17 in a Tallahassee f

EXPERT REPAiniNG It'f II I I Box 3103, Tallahassee, Fla. I I hospital after an extendeJ illness.
lIe spent most of his life in the F'

{UN1 MEMBERS I L..... i I I I Lovett community engaged in fanning -

NATIONAL |: before his retirement. He was
.rBd I I
BRIDAL I It a memb of the Macedonia Bap-
a SERVICEVALDOSTA7 Connor-Smith 1 fflarriagf, Y ;list church.

'i Services were held at 11 a m ,
Saturday in the Concord Baptist u

\ GA. quet- !II Church, the Rev A L Croy offici

In a : ceremony Friday, ating. Mrs Worthington and talIr ...
"
303 :"\0. Patterson September 18, at 6 o'clock in the ; :
I I the .
church choir offered music.
PresIb "
__ I evening, in the lounge at the aa44.
J !The T J Beggs Jr Funeral Home
--- --- --- - church, Lois Elaine Con-

Injured In Collision : nor exchanged marriage vows with I.was in charge of interment in
George Durward Smith. The Rev i Concord cemetery. '

I Joseph Gammon officiated. |i Survivors are his wife, Mrs .
\Wilfa r Milk Truck The bride is the granddaughter,I Barbara Brown of Madison; four : .V .

i of Mr and Mrs Sherman Smalleyi j sons, Russell L and Major L, bothof
Two persons were injured in an' of Winter Haven. Fla. Mr Smith is I] Jacksonville; Eugene, Madison
'
auto collision at 5:30 Friday mom- and Mrs ,,
the of the late Mr
son and J 0 of N 3P n 9, ,
Bartow three
; daughters kt
inp when a 1939 Dodge sedan andBassett's \ G D Smith of Madison. I I
I i
Mrs A G Cuff and Mrs
milk truck crashed half
a Vows were said before an improvised -
mile north of Madison on State I altar in front of the I Louise Bradford, both of Jacksonville -

Road 53.Deputy. j mantel which was bankedtli I and Mrs Betty Swymer, Valdosta -
Sheriff Ed Porter identified -' white gladioli. I I ; three brothers, A J Quit-

the injured as Walter Conly( Attendants were Mrs Harold De- I I man, Ga; Burton, Brunswick Ga;
Fieleke, driver of the Dodge, and Long of Gainesville, Ga, sister of,and W II Register, Lovett; three
his wife Mrs Fieleke, a passenger.' the and S A Smith of,
bridegroom, j.I sisters, Mrs Irving Jones, Quitman, lr Y.
tl'lth of lakeland, Fla. Wesley W Madison. Guests included only relatives -I I F
;Mrs Sue Campbell of Brunswick'
Cntledge. driver of the milk truck 4 a 4
and close friends. Coffee, cake
i j I and Mrs Lou Hampton of Jacksonville -
was checked at the local hospitalfor and nuts were served at the in-

injuries and was released. j formal reception which followed.Mr I I ; fourteen grandchildren and: .. ... ....... .. .
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Both Mr and_ Mrs Fieleke were j and Mrs Smith left later in I three great-grandchildren.
hospitalized at Madison County, the evening for a brief wedding:I Active pallbearers: Messrs, Claude A neat symmetrical pattern is formed by row upon row of slash pine seedlings growing in

Memorial Hospital. Mr Fieleke sur-: trip to South Florida. They will King, Benton Sale, Kinch VValdrep, a Florida Forest Service nursery. Production is expected to top 140 million this year. The I
fpred a broken right arm below the reside in East Madison. I'Evans Waldrep, Albert Waldrep seedlings are produced at cost for distribution to Florida landowners.
elbow and face and chest injuries. --- ,
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Mrs Fieleke suffered lascerationsof
the face. ,

Damage to the Dodge was approximately r- ..
$1,200.00 and to the : Chevy's done the next best thing tot

milk truck S700.00. Mr Porter said .. paving every road in America!
tV accident occurred when thenorth N 0 W 60
bound Dodge attempted to First they threw out the front axle
and put in torsion-spring independent .- '
escape tho milk truck which was ,. .
suspension. Then they built wide-base '
on the loft: side of the road. Mr .
coil rear springs into most light-duty
C'tledge had made a delivery. and models, variable-rate leaf springs i into
had re-entered truck. CH EVRO LET heavies. That made It-a ride you have
. Mr and Mrs Fieleke left the hos- to feel to believe. A ride that lets you"
pital Sunday to return to Lakeland. move faster to get more work done in -

a day's time .... ...,.. -

THE SQUAWS NEWS SEPT. 20 1 1 Brawnier; bulldozer build! -

T
Hello E-R and family, hope you TRU CKS Frames are stronger, cabs 67% more
rigid. Front wheels and tires
all are injoying this pretty day I are pre '
cision-balanced. And that .
new suspen- : ; ,
am, but I am sick and the chief .
sion cushions jars and road shock that
fs too. He is getting weaker ever used to spell slow death for the truck'sbody
day he fell down 7 times in this '. and sheet metal.
"('('ok. WITH REVOLUTIONARY 4.
I went to see my son Elmer J More comfortable cabs!

Martin down in Jacksonville last Easier to hop in and put of too. Many ,
Wednesday and stayed till Friday DlZ TORSION-SPRI NG models are a whole 7 inches lower out '
came back found the chief tryingto side. Yet there's more head room inside .
.w.y.
,set: up from where he had fallen plus more width, for shoulders .:
down 1 and hips. More real comfort! ,
So I wont move my son said no,
SUSPENSION Big in the department! .
power
for he
to stay on with Daddy, ,
is old and getting older so I will With the industry's most advanced gas-
try to tough: it out some way. saving 6's. With high-torque Workmas-
Next time I come over there Iwig THAT GIVES f ASTONISHING NEW ter V8 performance! in heavyweights. .'
With new 6-cylinder or V8
bring you a leaf of my cotton.I power
like it in life available in L.C.F.'s.
never saw any my
for I was raised on the farm. My More models than ever!
(la dyew cotton but none like SHOCKPROOF
that. The flowers i is' six parts and New 4--whecI-drive models and tan- .
dems and high-styled Suburban Carry-
the leaves looks like a duck's footI ..
alls. It's the handsomest, hardest work- '
from Marianna
the seed
but brought it wasent grown there. f See ing Chevy your dealer fleet ever soon to for report a ride for! duty.
Mrs Allie R Erskin went to the ACT I 0 N

Co-op meeting yesterday and never 0 e o Anything less is an old-fashioned truck!

won any thing not going any more.
I sure did enjov my self with my
children they was so good and
kind. My son has a beautiful home
he bought. Paid ten thousand dollars
for it. Sure i is a beauty too I like R 'T r :fir .
down there where he lives it is. so
prPl ty. h

Next Sunday is my chiefs birth- \t. U
day. 81 years old. I
From the Squaw. S
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MADISON COUNTY TRAINING r kL
SCHOOL WINS 6-0 SQUEEZE

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Stubborn FAMU Extends MadisonIn
Football Opener Here

Fullback Clarence Hawkins and
Willie James Smith passed and ran
Madison County Training School

Timers to a hard earned 6-0 victory \ .
Florida A & M -
user Baby Rattlers -
here Friday night in an opening -311(2 c ;:

giweMadison! :
backs did not greatly

overshMow the performance of V N;pi '' 1
tin" l
Baby Rattlers Ken Crumpler. The r

157-pound halfback was the
Rattlers' workhorse grinding out
101 in 15 carries for a 63 per
r
carry average. Coach Lane's line

refused to he outplayed by a heavier i ..
Madison forward wall. Time and yry
time again gaping holes were 1
created to allow Crumpler room.
Rugged defensive play by both
teams highlighted the contest. Mad-
ison gained the edge in first downs,
with eight in total yardage 205. ,

The visitors ground .out 201 to
Madison 123 on the ground. -
John Bell knocked off the longest .J

run from scrimmage-23 yards .
en a beautifully executed counter. ,
'
Clarence Hawkins however was /1

the mainstay on rushing for the See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer
t.
winners. The 180 pound fullback .
I
carried the ball 23 times for 141 -:

yards and a 6-1 average. i .- .
The Madison! Tigers will play CANTEY MOTOR COMPANY .
their next home game: October 1, i
at 8:00 p. m. The opponent will be > -q- 'H' -
Lincoln High School of Tallahas .
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'*"pHE SAME thing never happens I :. .: "j;
kind of .
twice. But the same : .
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thing happens over and over in the .
of mankind. Man Is the i
history 1.
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same sort of creature everywhere, : .,
find him. and all the gadgetsand
you .
inventions of the past 300 ..: ;\:,..:
years have not changed him verymuch.
So you
might expect the
flame kind of situation 4

turn or up problemto again 44r ;; :: ifw

and again in the i

long story of man ,
.. in this planet .a
One of these II T -
3
F f might be called : : .

Situation.the Run-Down We Dr. Foreman- I ,

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could call it the Problem of the Rut. r mss.. i
It is the state of things when noth-
ing of great importance is happen- .1 'i s .' *
ing as far as )
day is about like most other days. .1I *
In fact, it's the way life looks to
I 7f
many people over 40. The great i tly :x M
thrills are over, death is nowhere .t
yet in sight, there is nothing to do
but to keep on plodding as patiently -

as possible. I '

For the Long Pall .. .:..
The prophet Malachi lived In I -
such times. This last book of the '::;{'': :21.
; : :
: : .
Old Testament comes from a time ::: ..: ::i::" .
I
of disillusionment weariness and
tedium. The great thrill of coming
home from exile was over long She'll Never Neglect Him I '

since -- more than one hundred = _. ... .
years, in fact. Nobody had seen a

miracle, no Moses was in sight. 4 .... .,.
The Jews in Palestine where Mal : :j:;
: :
achi preached had once been all :
excited about being able to comeback :

in peace to Jerusalem to THE CHURCH FOR ALL : rl! 1
build a temple and to worship the ALL FOR THE CHURCHThe : {
true God. But as time went on .
..... i
Church is the greatest factor on earth for : ..
people became tired of the endless I .... .. :,. ........ ...... ,:.:,. :t., ...:,:.;.::..:.:.:.:.>.:::1,
series of sacrifices, even the priests the building of character and good citizenship '"

became bored with the whole thing. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a
People stopped coming to the
temple. The priests .did not thinkof strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization

carrying religion to the people 1 can survive. There are four sound reasons why Mrs. Thompson is a "modern" mother. She wouldn't think of neglecting -
and the country was sinking deeper
should attend services regularly and
and deeper into religious indifference I every person her baby's regular visit to the doctor. She knows that these early
There I I support the Church. They are: (1)J For his .
and moral
many religious decay.observances were but own sake. (2) For his children 1(3) For check-ups plus proper diet, rest and care, are vital I if her c h.ld'is to II

not much heart-religion. the sake of his community and nation. (4) For grow up into a strong, healthy boy, ready to take his place I in tomor

\ In this situation Malachi preach- the sake of the Church itself which needs his row's world. .
d. He did not have the dramatic
power of Amos nor the tendernessOf moral and material support. Plan to go. to Nor will she forget an even more important factor in his development -
HOMA nor the majestic world- I church regularly and read your Bible daily.Day !
vision of Isaiah to this very day his spiritual check-ups. When the time comes and baby is old .

Malachi is nobodys' favorite prophet enough, his tiny footsteps will lead him into Church School where another I
Nevertheless what he said Book Chapter Versos I
then seems to fit our day remark- kind of ministry will be given to him. Later still, he will worship
Sunday I Samuel 1 26-18 .
people Ably well.hints For for what he was we giving might call his Monday Luke 2 39-40 with his parents, and the importance of the family unit together at "

Religion for the Long Pull. Tuesday Wednesday I Luk Samuel,. 3 Z 17-19-49s work, at play and in worship_ will be engrained in his mind.

fbBttttrKalachi's Thursday Friday I ,Corinthian_ 57 2Paafms Ej 3-6-B In tomorrow's. world he will be well equipped to take his place

recipe for doing God'a j Saturday Deuterono-nr 7..8 physically, mentally and spiritually. .':' .4.
r- ''"' .
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Rill, as a nation was simple and I iL. :

will always work. He did not pro- .. .. -. ...... ..'" .
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vise anything new or startling.

What he recommended in a nutshell # ; (g.JeKMISlKaM.Setup..$1--,. v.. t
was doing the good things ; \ Lo-
better-the good things they wen
already doing in a half-hearted I a
discouraged sort of way. They had 1
priests men of God they were .
called. BE men of God! was Mal- f
achl's word for them. Take your
responsibilities, get out there and
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teach the people, don't live selfish ,
secluded lives. (This In modern
would be a plea both for
better terms ministers and for better These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals and

schools.)
Establishments
Then Malachi sp.Ae of support :

jig the law. The expression "law U'
iblding" is not exactly thrilling . AU' ff

even to law-abiding people; but
Malachi laid it on the line: You MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITHHARDWARE WESTERN AUTO STORE

will never make any progress so DUNN FURNITURE CO.
long as you keep breaking the laws The Rexall Store J. J. Sale, Jr., Owner
that you know. A nation of law-
breakers is headed for a break- Phone HU 3-2300. Madison, Fla. Madison. Florida Phone HU 3-2385. Madison. Fla. MADISON FLA. -

down itself. Phone HU 3-2340
Further Malachi did not fail to
mention those two Institutions the
Church and the home. Put him into
modern language, and we can hear .
him saying, better churches make MESSER . :'
better homes! Better homes make J. B. DAVIS, Inc.Madison I
MORROW INSURANCE
better churches! What was happening BATTERY & TIRE CO- QUALITY CLEANERS
to homes in those days, this AGENCY" Flood.fADISON "

prophet says grieved God himself. I FLORIDA ".:', ," Madison. Florida When your clothes are not becoming ....

It S..rt.II" : to you they should be

medicines always sell, because .. .
Quack coming to us Phone HU 3.2255BRYAN
people want to get well of .
their troubles right away, thej f
gin't wait Quack religion "sell ,- ELECTRIC' CO.r5., FRALEIGHASHLEYepsittApliance :' !.
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and for the same reason. I I I I :r. < 7: : -
too,
People would be glad for God to Wiring .and R ;: -. TRUCK. & TRACTOR. CO. .',.'" CANTEY MOTOR CO. CHERRY'S "66" SERVICE
and bring that "
miracle"
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a
If" MADISON FLORIDA
down from the Pho. STATION
fitter world right HU 3-2241. Madison, Fla. 'Madison Florida
clOUdi. They wish the "day of theYnrd" I '
Would come. Anything at all Madison, Fla.

; save themselves trouble. Mal-
has no comfort for such per-

Ions. He Jerusalem believed ;there but could it would be a e e 999 e e rJarArBA rs s m. 9999 e e ei arBE
getter i
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WANSLEY-DAY WEDDING Mrs Day entertained with a re-,
option at the Woman's Club, following ,
SOLEMNIZED; AT the ceremony:" ,._:., -.; ,
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GREENVILLESeven Miss Betty McGuire greeted 01.
guests at the door, and Miss Olivia
i Lawson cousin of the bride kept '4r
branched candelaora hold-: I the bride's book. Mrs B I Thigpen --
ing tall white tapers, and tall :also a cousin of the bride cut e
standards of white gladioli and j :1 the cake and Mrs 'VV Norris, ttUP SE\\ "

'THC IHOI WITH TteAUTIPUL r.. chrysanthemums against a back- :!sister of the bride served punch tM
ground of palms and trellises en- Mrs Marvin Day, cousin of the
twined with smilax formed the bride, assisted in hospitalities.
setting for the marriage of Miss The couple left from the recep-
Hoyt Izola Day and Ronald W tion for a wedding trip. The bride
V' Wansley in the Greenville Baptist\ traveled in a black and brown -a tiS u I

of' church, Saturday, September 12, sheath dress with black accessories.
Her corsage was the orchid
at 8:00 p. m. I I- rom
/ 1Kt
her wedding bouquet.The
,
The Rev Ben Kimbriel of Jacksonville -
assisted by the Rev Harold| couple will reside in Jacksonville -
where Mrs Wansley is
Johnston officiated at the double! Cf
ring ceremony. employed by Gray Roofing and
I Construction Co. and Mr Wansleyis
1 Nuptial music was by Mrs S B
in the City dispatcher's office
Algeo, pianist, and Miss Linda Chit-
: / wood of Jacksonville, vocalist. .
Clinton E Brown was best man, 4I
and ushers were Lloyd R Day Joe S Pulliam Sr Dies
brother of the bride, and Richard

v i Hartley Clark of Jacksonville.Mrs Foland of. Jackson-I On Way To HospitalJoe CA .; I

ville was matron-of-honor for her I % 7
sister, and bridesmaids were Miss

f June Kinard of Jacksonville and I i S PuHiam Sr, age 66, a life-
Miss Betty Sheffield. Juanelle Day i long resident of the Hanson sec-
niece of the bride, was flower girl.! tion, died Sunday morning, Sept. \ :
Mrs Foland wore a gown of, 20, en route to the Madison County tA
sapphire blue net over taffeta. Her I Memorial Hospital, after an illness I.
headpiece was of orchid taffeta ;j: at his home. Mr Pulliam wasa
ELK. CALF 1 a; with gold threads, and she carried I member of the Hanson Methodist -
SIZES e i an orchid on net with purple satin church, the Woodmen of the
4%! to 10 ? streamers. I I I World, and of the Madison Coun-
AAAA to B The bridesmaids wore gowns of ty Farm Bureau.
pink net over taffeta with head-I Survivors include his wife, Mrs
i pieces and bouquets
Marie Davenport Pulliam; one son,
i those of the matron of honor.
Joe Pulliam Jr, Daytona Beach, one
choose The flower girl wore a frock of I daughter Mrs John Boatwright,

sky blue net over taffeta with a1 i Clyattville, Ga; three grandchildren -
headpiece of pink net. Her corsage -, ; one brother, Walter Pulliam,
this was of pink carnations. She I and three sisters, Mrs Nannie Mae
scattered petals from a basket of Hudson, Mrs Lizzie Hudson and
blue net and taffeta. I 11rsVill Agner, all of Madison.
Marcus Day gave his sister in Funeral services were held at 11a.

r marriage.She m. Tuesday at the Hanson
chose for her wedding a full Methodist church, the Rev C M COLOR DOMINATES _
tailored length gown of white lace over
Sappington officiating. Music was THE FASHION LANDSCAPE
taffeta. The fitted bodice had a rendered by the church choir. > ,
neckline and embroideredin
scoop was
sequins. The back closing was The Nephews T J served Beggs Jr as Funeral pall bearers Home Wrap yourself Tr elegance Vibranr-coTor Crests-6 h ilJ;,

fastened with sell covered buttons. master-styled Rose with neckline for sh!Red
L.LJ-.1.1p was in charge of arrangements.Altar by Betty pleated a
Discretely tats The hoop skirt featured a bustle "1
bow of lace and extended into a effect. "Shirt" collar has button-on self tab. Welt pockets and

loved, gracefunines..., unmatched comfort chapel train. She wore a single flowers at the First Metho- roomy armholes are fashion plus. Million lined. (Ud", Nucfo! 8lu! ,/f
strand of pearls, a gift of the dist church Sunday were placed by
'in the shoe that feels like it's "barely there!" groom Her fingertip veil, borderedin I M rand Mrs L E Wimberly in Green Llama, Grey. Sizes 6 to Id.

lace fell from a coronet of seed memory of his mother Mrs W R
Softly styled to cradle a pretty foot. $13.95 pearls. Her bouquet was of lilies-of-I j Wimberly. Eason'sQUITlIAN

the-valley and tuberoses, centered -x-
with a golden throated orchid. Mr and Mrs Hinton Jackson and
The bride_ is the daughter of Mrs 1 daughter Joyce left Wednesday,

Miss America Shop Marcus Mitchell Day of Greenville Sept. 16, on a trip to Aberdeen. GEORGIAMrs _____ __ __
anJ the late Mr Day.
McL, where they will spend a week
The groom is the son of Mr and with their son-in-law and daughter -' Harold DeLons of Gaines-! J 30c.
QUITMAN, GEORGIA Mrs Lloyd \Wansley of Jackson- 1 Jumbo Hamburgers
I' Mr and Mrs .
Carl Kelly.CONSTRUCTION
vile, Ga, was the guest last Friday
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COLLEGE SPONSORS BIBLE I ville.The bride's mother wore a pink' and Saturday of Miss Ethel Hopkins TOP
DAY CONFERENCE lace sheath dress with feather hat, while here to attend the wed Foods atVHITE

SPORTING NEEDS I and her corsage was an orchid. New and Remodeling ding Friday of" her brother, DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,
The mother also wore 3-ltrch
North Florida Junior will groom's George Dunvard Smith and Lois south of Madison.
College pink lace and a lace and flower Howerton Supply Co.
$ EYINRUDE MOTORS sponsor a 1-Day "Bible Study Con- h.t. She wore an orchid corsage. I' 'wine Connor I II
CAMERAS & SUPPLIES ference" on Tuesday, October 1st at
the First Methodist Church in Mad-
0 FISHING TACKLE ison. The conference will begin at .
Q BROWNING WINCHESTER 2:00 p. m. and will continue until

REMINGTON GUNS 9:00 p. m. allowing for a break for
dinner and fellowship from 4:00
HOBBY CRAFT until 7:30. Th e r e's ci N E WLAMPLIGHTER
o COMPLETE PHOTO SHOP The Conference will be directedby
Mr Troy Wakefield of the
GOODS
Q SPORTING
University of Florida. Mr J C
LAMBRETTA MOTOR !
0 :Moore Professor of Mathematicsat
SCOOTERS NFJC, will be the conference
rdinator. Special lecturer will
THE SPORT CENTERCastle be Dr Elmer A Leslie professor
emeritus of Bible at the Boston 4"OFFBYDAYONBYNIGHT
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Park Shopping Center University School of Theology at .

VALDOSTA, GA. Boston, Massachusetts.Dr t r
Leslie will use the book of
ELECTRIC
.a I! Isaiah as the basis for the con- ..I, I -

ATTENDS FUNERAL DIRECTORS: ference lectures. He was present at
the American Institute of Oriental
ANNUAL CONVENTION I,| Studies when the "Dead Sea IsaiahScroll" ? ) PostLanternsoperate
discovered in a cave
ThcmaJohn Fes ,,; III sprat i| near the was Qumran Community, located "
from Tuesday thn>ueh! Thursday in ,i on the shores of the Dead AUTO MATI CALLY !
attending the 63th
Jacksonville Sea., The Isaiah along with other %
annual convention of the Florida I scrolls were brought to the Institute. I
Funeral Directors: held at the For more than 25 years Dr Leslie
Hotel. Mr Beggs Old Testamentand l
Robert Meyer was Professor of
i 1 The old lamp lighter has disappeared. Instead, Redd/
director of Hebrew, Boston University
was installed a n?w
Kilowatt's electric lanterns now auto.
operate
new post
1 F F D Association.On I School of Theology, Boston. Recentlyhe tit V
District ,
their soft )
rotertainmcnt'schedule has translated Isaiah and has matically. An "electronic eye" turns on friendly '
the i; written his own interpretation. This ligiit. at dusk,turns it off again at dawn.
was a banquet at the George will his "find
summer he publish
Washington Hotel ani smorgasbord -I ings" in a book on Isaiah. For the Automatically, these charming post lanterns "light the '
at the Sea Turtle Restau- past two years he has been a resident way" to prevent accidents on your walks, driveways and
rant at Atlantic Beach. I of Winter Park, Florida steps. They welcome after-dark visitors discourage
This is a fine opportunity for the l prowlers. And because they're electric. they require very
Mr Harry E Culin has returned ministers and laymen of Madison little maintenance or cleaning.
from an extended visit in Pittsburgh -I and vicinity to know Dr Leslie and
Pa. where he visited a f to sit under his teaching. During For information on electric post lanterns, see your lighting
daughter and family.x the entire day Dr Leslie will! spendat dealer or electrical contractor, or contact your Florida
II least four hours lecturing on i I Power office. You'll find electric post lanterns provide
Mrs JV Powell and daughter, the book of Isaiah. The lectures i I safety and charming light all night long, yet cost only a
Miss Jane Powell, of Panama City ,' will contain both teaching and t : few cents a month to operate. -
v.ere week end guests of Mr and preaching material.
Mrs Ben S WaringSmithCorona. I A registration fee of $1.00 will 4 ...
---- -- ---- te asked of each person attending
__ _'_ f.---_ __ _'!" the conference to defray traveling I (
{ expenses of the guest lecturer. Any r FLORIDA I'IJ AVER CORt'ORATION

adding:; question Conference concerning should the be Bible directed Study to "I 'V : =i

I Professor J C Moore at North ;
V
Machines, typewritersand Florida Junior College. V :- r y\ .- -7 V J I

CLARA SPRING CROSBYMr a 1
cash registers. I

and Mrs John Crosby of t
The Louisville, Ky, announce the birthof -.
a daughter, Clara Spring Crosby
September 13, in Louisville. The
Enterprise-Recorder baby weighed 8 Ibs and 8 ozs. Mrs I *_ ."" .._: -
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Choicest Steaks and Sea
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'\lle! and Miss Elizabeth Uopkms assignment in the interestof !
BERYLE'SPURE Foods at WHITE TOP ; Farm of Washington, D C" were f. guests the Education Department of !,
Family
DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, Monday of their aunt, :Misr4 Ethel Foreign Relations for the US
south of Madison. 3-lt-ch -' i Hopkins. Miss Hoplins was rt1t1m-I I j State -Department.- *
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Mr and Mrs Eugene Mugge, of I
Services For The Greenville have been named '
Base & Washington Iadi-:
son County's Outstanding Farm:' !EEFERMES AVAILABLE!
:Madison, Florida Family to be honored with 17 other.
Rev Charles Scarboro
farm families of North Florida at

invites you to come in the North Florida Fair Oct. 2G-31. America'seat ing business \ and professional men choose Northwestern -
They will be guests of the Fair;
Committal services for the Rev life insurance. The te's a reason and we'll be happy to
Charles Scarborp, 8-1, who died Association and The Democrat at 4
age (
today for those famous ir a Miami hospital, Sept. 17, were the Fair and at a banquet Oct 30. "\plain it IoBERT
Dr Williard M Fifield, University -:
held at 4 p. m. Saturday in Evergreen I

Pure Oil Products Julian cemetery:Maddox,and Greenville.the Rev The Harold Rev of, will Florida be the provost principal for speak-agriculture -:'; :'A. .CRA-oRD'" Northwestern t !!
LARRY
PINSON
Johnson officiated. Mrs cr at the banquet. Jefferson County -I ,
Langstrom
will be represented Mr and a). o. BOX an v .
& I by : Mutual
organist the First Baptist church t
BERYLE R. SCARBORO choir, Greenville offered music. 'TheT Mrs Morduant Bishop, and Taylor i 3-124 .

J Beggs Jr Funeral Home was County by Mr and !\IrsVash L:
OPERATOR
in charge of arrangements. Davis of Perry.
The Rev Mr Scaroaro spent most -
of his life in Greenville, where he WE FORD DEALERS !lAVE USTJCOVt! DAC1c-F OM DETROIT AND WE *E TELCJBNG YOU.. '!
Welcome Students! was a founder, and pastor for
many years, of the First Baptist
church. He had been living retiredin Wffive I
J Miami about ten years. He was se.en'the\ Falcon

the grandfather of Mrs Ashley ,

LIGHT BULB SALE : BIRTHDAY PARTY I Beggs Other of survivors Madison.include his wife, and OH :BOY !" I

I Mrs Margaret Scarboro Miami and -r.esrsw. --
I Louise Naughton, daughter of Mrend \
II I II three sons, Sam and'Robert, of

Madison lions Club : her: Mrs seventh F E birthday Naughton,anniversaryFiiday celebrated :Miami, and J R, Greenville; eight GET HEADY for the nicest sorprise of a 7. The Falcon's now undergoing a dramatic
I i afternoon with daughters, Mrs L S Smiley, and moto -lifeline/, when yea see sod drive Expo ena': Run, U.S.A., over every mile of
a attended
party I Mrs Harvey Rye, Greenville; Mrs the New-size Ford.. the Ford falcon. nivnbred KJ. S. highway, as the climactic test

will hold a light bulb ; The lovely by twenty-five birthday young cake iced friends.inpink :! Ruby Herald Donaldson, Tallahassee, Twin City; 1lrsG'orge Ga, Here's what yet.u see ... and expelleDce'e. to 3 ,-ats\and J.nrnt,and 3 testing.million miles of research,. '

' 24 was topped with seven white Mrs Nellie Durden, Savannah; Mrs 1. .An altogether new and smarter look in 3. Ex>er/oce Run is now/recwrg that the -
't sale Thursday Sept. candles. !. John Watson, Metier, Ga; Mrs I new-size cars. Ford Falcon avt.ges to 30 ne;
1 I Favors were balloons, and dollsfor Robert Laymon, Miami and Mrs T 2.More head room, leg room, hip room than gallon of regular gas! up males per
the girls and marbles for the,\ H Smiley, Jacksonville sister,' you'd ever imagine in this .
at 7:00 m. 23tMrs : ; one a car size and 9. The new, 90-hp Falcon
p. bo s. Mrs assisted it Six engine is
> Naughton was Mrs T H Haroldson, Savannah; 33 seats six six-footers, takes all their luggage! front, for up
i by her daughter Carol in greater stability and safety. And it's
Mary
entertaining
3.
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grandchildren and three great- and easy get-in and untried
get-out connot an experimental 1
but
engine, built
I the children and in serving i venience. No
R S Williams Jr and Mrs grandchildren.Active windshield "dogleg" it's on modern short-stroke principles that have
cake, ice. cream, punch and pallbearers: Lamar Patrick been swept forward, out of the way! And door been thoroughly proved and universally
Francis
accompanied
Cantey
ac-
Clyde j candy. II Jchn Cone, J D Bishop, Lamar openings are big! ceptea by engine engineers. i'
Williams to Jacksonville Monday! Louise received many lovely gift s.' Andrews, Lawton Burnett, Charles 4. Big expanse 6f safety glass all around (it 10. The purchase price will be "
where he entered a rospital preparatory English, G I English Jr, Andrew was pioneered by Ford!) .with visibility like savings.! We can't tell you what your it will first big be, !
to undergoing surgery on Jumbo Hamburg 3oc.1 Patrick Cecil Brannen, Grover Cone you'd never believe in a car the Falcon's size! just yet, but it will prove-right from the
the jawbone Tuesday. Mrs Cantey I Choicest of Steaks and and George Wheeler. 5. Steer, parks, slops so effortlessly that no start-that the new Ford Falcon is your
will visit several days with hersoninlaw Honorary: G I English Sr, A D I power assists are even necessary. And you can saangesl car. Come in now, for more detaIls.
and daughter Rev and I Foods at WHITE TOP I Reams Sr. Jesse Thigpen, Rufus have the Falcon's own 2-speed Fordomatic ttere accepting orders for the new Ford
Mrs Larry O'Steen and baby in DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, Coker, John Andrews, John Tanton,I Drive to male the going even nimbler! Falcon, right now!
I Dr L P King, Ernest Page Sr 6. Body and frame are of single-unit
south of :Madison. 3-lt-ch lion contrucCOMING
Jacksonville. like the
Thunderbird .
I A L Leggett Sr, Jim Brown, Steve immune makes it almost OCT. 8th /
Robinson, Colin Lewis and Grady fenders to rattles. For greatest upkeep economy THE I
: are bolted on, grille is non-rusting NEW-SIZE Fa' I
Lewis
aluminum, !
important
Previous services held in underbody structures are fORD
I Students! Type on aSMITWCORONA Miami. were ? heavily the years.zinc-coated, to resist- corrosion through '
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Ben and AND WAiT TIa\QYEEm: f
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Mrs Lester his
Register celebrated
UNDERWOOD\ Portable seventh birthday with a party Sat- ..
uday afternoon.
Mrs Register and daughter Peggy
Typewriter from TheEnterpriseRecorder entertained the eighteen young
guests and served them cake, ice
cream, cold drinks and candy. The
pretty white birthday cake was
tcpped with seven candles. Laterin
the afternoon the children attended :
r.a*,.
. (your home town gazette pro- Woodard's Theatre. M. _
Ben received many nice gifts. : :
moting Madison before Matt _._

Dillon was :Marshal in Dodge Mr and Mrs Beasley Cole and -
Miss Judy Cole spent Sunday in
City) Panama City with Mr and MrsHarry iAROEE

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", j NOVEMBER 3, 1959 i, House of Representatives be and COMPLETE PEST CONTROLFREE ,
S- ..' JACKSONVILLEUtilization of General Automotive NOTICE OF ELECTION I the same is hereby agreed to and I
available federal funds in the state'sbroad I WHEREAS, the Legislature of i shall be submitted to the electors INSPECTION _
hospitalization for the indi- 1P59, under the Constitution of' of the State of Florida for ap-
gent program was the goal in the Repairs i 11S85 of the State of Florida did| proval or rejection at a special BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. I
called
signing this week of a contract be- pass a Joint Resolution proposing I election as provided by
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tween the State Board of Health McWILLIAMS GARAGE:amendment to the Constitution of Article XVII, Section 3 of
and the State i the State of Florida and the same, the Florida Constitution.That $ JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist ,
Department of Pub-
lic Weare.Iatching funds from I ITN.ent was agreed to by a vote of three I''II three-fourths (%) of all 111 East Green St.,
fourths of all the members electedto members elected to each house of: I
the social Miss Ella Armstrong had
security program of as I $ Phone 293JPERRY
the
well each house; that the votes of;:. Legislature does determine that
over a million dollars a :year guests Mr and Mrs Ewell !
will be expended in giving hospi- Otis Stanford of Tampa who were said Joint Resolution was entered I' decision an emergency requiring an early I, FLORIDA .,
by the electors
their
upon of
respective Journals, with the state
from Clinton, S C where
talization to Florida's in four returning does
needy I
public assistance their son had entered Presbyterian the yeas and nays thereon, and' exist with reference to this I I I We exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and
categories served they did determine and direct that i amendment to Article VII of the I
Ticks :Mice and Rats Lawn
by the national College. ( and Shrubbery
Pests
agency. .1 the said Jpjnt Resolution .-be".subfutfteo --!{j-Constitution. ; etc.
------ --_ =---r.. I to the electors of the State I] Section 1. Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4,r _.....
---- -- -- I at the Special Election on Novem-l! of' Article VII are hereby repealed I! journment. No other business shall 21

L.ON ber 3, 1959.: I and in lieu thereof the following} bo transacted during such session THINKING
THE YIELD IS U' SAVING AT NOW, THEREFORE, I, R. A., sections are hereby adopted: and the session shall not recess for j

GRAY, Secretary of State of the I ARTICLE VII more than seventy-two hours, except -
VALDOSTA FEDERAL State of Florida, do hereby give! Section 1. RepI'CSentaHoJ1-Ap- that after a period of sixtydays ABOUT MOREINSURANCE
notice that a I! pi.rtionment--
from the date the extraordinary -
SPECIAL (a) Senate The state shall be
ELECTION session is convened the Gov-
ANNOUNCING- will foe held in each County in i| portioned into forty-four (44) ernor may, by proclamation, or ?
Florida on the first Tuesday after' senatorial districts designated by the Legislature may, by concurrent
.4fY the first Monday in November, A.! number in consecutive order. Such resolution, recess the Legislatureto
f:; 'sAr ..............:. D., 1959, the said Tuesday being the:; portionment shall] provide fairness a future date, or may adjournthe
third day of November, for the; and equity among districts I Legislature sine die.e .
ratification or rejection of the said i i based upon population geographicarea ( ) Representation of a newly
Joint Resolution proposing Amend- and economic affinity; provided created countY.-A newly created
ment to the Constitution of the t : county shall have one representative ;
State of Florida, viz: I (1)) There shall be only one in the House of Representativesuntil
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION senator for each district: the succeeding reapportionment ;
NO. 660 ((2)) No district shall be composed and until that time it shall' { 4I
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r.r A JOINT RESOLUTION relatingto oi"more than three (3) counties. be part of such adjoining senatorial I!i Xp -- '' ::7 apportionment; proposing an'j (3) Counties forming a district district as the Legislature shall !!
amendment to Article VII, of the shall not be separated by territory determine. I
Anticipated dividend rate on insured Florida Constitution; providing for' of another district and must be IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
savings payable December 31, 1959 forty-four senatorial districts; pro-; contiguous. I have hereunto set my hand I' may.sx .
viding plan for apportioning House: (4) No county shall be divided and affixed the Great Seal :
FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST of Representatives; and providing in creating a district. (Seal]) of the State of Florida atj I

plan for filling vacancies created I (5) Vacancies that are created b,, Tallahassee, the Capital, this!
OFFICE HOURS hereby; and declaring an emergency.i, the reapportionment providing for the 1st day of September, A.

MON.-TUES.AVED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM WHEREAS, the Legislature ofj I forty-four (44) senatorial districts D., 1959.
the State of Florida has determined, of the Senate shall be filledby R. A. GRAY, .
THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON the: electors in .. ,J
the State
that an emergency requiring an general elect Secretary of ::: .:. .
SAVE BY MAIL AT tion in November, 1960. Upon elec- Sept. 4, 11-
early decision by the electors ofj!
The New the state does exist, and, tion, new senators shall be electedin ; \
WHEREAS, an amendment to the j( the new districts for the follow] f I 'i"V.
i ing terms: u;
constitution dealing with the sub I :<1It4h.'A.; 9." .... ,_.__
ject matter of reapportionment I District 39 for four (4) years. CONSTRUCTIONNew
should be submitted to the voters District 40 for two (2) years.
of the State of Florida at the I District 41 for four (4) years. and Remodeling C. E. QUICK
earliest possible time. NOW District 42 for two (2) :years.
District 43 for four Howerton Supply Co. HO 3-6168 BOX 292
Saving & Loan Association THEREFORE, I (4) years. MADISON. FLORIDA
District 44
Be It Resolved by the Legislature for two (2) years.
115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA. Thereafter, all Senators
shall be
of the State of Florida: i I
The Friendly Association --. Big Enough: to Serve You Small That the following amendmentof elected for a four year term.b I ADAPT-A-PLAN, i
Article VII of the Constitutionof I ( ) House of Representatives- Ii
Enough To Know You the State of Florida relating to The representation in the House of i This' Gulf Life ageD! coa ..fl ym
I Representatives shall be apportionedas Your Frame CAN BE bow with Adopt-A-Ploa TOUT to-.
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follows: I UTODC* ta adaptable. For .*
a flattering accessory c&pte. o ionflr IBCOBM piss coaolao
Five (5) representatives to and Hundreds to Choose From provld..ub.taadal rtb-
44.95-79.95-99.00 for the most populous four mat tecoM. Gir Ida a M&
(4) representatives county; TRADE WHERE THEY ARE .....
to and for each I
of the two (2) next more populous MADE ----- -
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and for each of the six (6) next Valdosta, Ga. CH 4.0534 I from a several weeks visit
more populous counties; two (2) in Plant City with relatives.IF _
E representatives to and for each of
the fourteen (14) next more populous
counties; and one ((1) repre- -
entative to and for each of the ram4r ]

remaining counties of the state at
the time of such apportionment.c .
wS i ( ) First apportionment-reap- MONEY IS THE ROOT OF '.
s t R portionment. The first apportionment ALL EVIL, TAXPAYERS Your repairmanknows
of each legislative house NEEDN'T WORRY ABOOTTHEHEREAFTER.
shall be in accordance with statute where to go for
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designating the senatorial districts
and the representation in the house s; the greatest values in
ftif t irC adopted at the 1959 session of the

a Legislature, and the next apportionment : Auto. Parts. We have
of the Senate shall

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to do so, its duty shall continue in
A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WILL DELIVER THE every session of whatever type until
reapportionment has been effected.d .
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extraordinary session to perform

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How to Clear the Way--. ; '.l Why we built two cars for 1960 .


To Where You Want toGo ._ as different as night and day


Ever tackle a really big job of snow-shoveling? Right at
the start, it looked pretty formidable, didn't it? But,
taking it shovelful by shovelful, and keeping persistentlyat
it, you probably finished the job much sooner than
you expected. It's much the same with clearing the way
financially to your chosen goals in life. Taking it deposit On October 2 for the first time in Chevrokt's 49-year history-you will be able to walk into your

by path"deposit sooner in than your you savings think account! you'll have a "clear dealer's showroom and see two totally different kinds of cars. One is the conventional 1960 Chevrolet

brand new in appearance and more beautifully refined and luxurious than you can imagine. The
BANK OF GREENVILLE
oUter is unlike any car we or anybody eke ever built-the revolutionary Corvair, with the engine in the

MEMBER OF FEDERAL CORPORATION INSURANCE DEPOSIT rear where it belongs in a compact car. We'd like to tell you why we buiU two such different cars,

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GREENVILLE, FLORIDA ; how we built them-and for whom we built them. '# r-
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Mrs J K Johnson of Bogalousa, I Why two kinds of cars? Because feeling of sumptuousness and luxury tural strength it's a welded unit
La, came Saturday for a visit with DRILLINGAND America itself has been going through never before attained by any car in its that is virtually rattlefree.The .
,her son' J P Johnson and Mrs. some big changes in the past few field. There is great V8 power linked ride is fantastic. But to get it
Johnson and daughter Mary Lilla.DEATH REPAIRING years. Our cities have been strainingat with new thrift, plus Chevrolet's we had to design
-x- LITTLETON WELL DRILLERSR their seams. Traffic is jam-packed. superb 6-cylinder engine. It is a independent suspension -
OF INFANT 2, Madison, FIaIIIIIII.IIJIIIIIIII. Parking space is at a premium.And traditional car that comes even closerto at every wheel; conventional
suburbs have springing would give a compact car a
our spread like
perfection silence in room in
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The infant daughter of Mr and wildfire. People are living farther from ease of control, in velvety ride-than choppy ride. Right now we'll make
Mrs Dan Helton of Greenville, REHEARSAL PARTY their work, driving more miles on any ether car we have ever made. one prediction: no other U.S. compactcar
died Saturday in the local hospital. crowded streets. There is new leisure The other is the Corvair, a compactcar will ride so comfortably hold the
:Burial in Evergreen cemetery was Mrs M M Day entertained the time-but more things to do. There'sa that is astonishingly different from road so firmly and handle so beautifully.Now .
in charge of the T J Beggs Jr Wansley-Day wedding party and new standard of living-and more anything ever built in this country.It there are two kinds of cars
Funeral Home. out-of-town guests with a dinnerat need for two cars in the family garage.In has to be-because this is a nr- from Chevrolet-because it takes two
the Greenville Club house, Friday short, America's automobile passenger compact car with a really kinds of cars to serve America's needs
needs have become so complex thatno remarkable performance a car today. If you love luxury-the utmost
I J C Agner of Lee Route, in renewing evening, prior to the rehearsal.
kind of
one car can satisfy them designed specifically to American in luxury-and if you want generous
another baked
for the E-R for The menu consisted of
,. completely. That is why we at Chev- standards of comfort, to American interior space breath-taking performance -
year, writes We. enjoy reading ham, potato salad, cole slaw green rolet, keeping tab on these trends, traffic needs. automatic drives and power
the paper. -x- beans, ice cream, pound cake and have had a revolutionary compact car The engine is in the rear. Amongthe assists-then the conventional '60
DIES IN BARTOW iced tea. in the planning stages for more than basic advantages resulting from Chevrolet may be your choice.
nine years. this engine location better tractionon If
are easy parking, traffic agility and
Mrs Francis Phillips has returned Thus, when we decided three years a compact 108-inch wheelbase anda utmost economy are high on list
Mrs Bessie Arnold, age 76, died I from Greenville, S C, where she ago to prepare for production of sucha practically flat' floor. But to be -then you should seriously your considerthe
in a hospital in Bartow, Saturday was called last Monday by the car we were ready to build it the placed in the
way rear, the engine had to Con-air. But the best
Sept. 19 She was a native of Madison -t death of her uncle, Dr C 0 Bates. it should be built. There was no need be ultra thing to do
light and ultra short. SoCors'air's is to look these
two
but of her! who accompaniedher new cars over at
County, spent most Mrs H D Oxford for "crash"
life in Atlanta and Bartow, where remained in Greenville for a a hasty program that engine is totally new- your Chevrolet dealer's. take them
I sister. would create only a sawed-off versionof mostly aluminum and air cooled; it out for a drive. It
she spent the past fifteen years. more extended visit with her may be that the
a conventional car. weighs about 40 cent less than
per only logical choice for your family
That is why the two cars you conventional engines. It is a "flat"
lJetween two cars like this
STOP LISTEN IF YOU ARE PLANNING BUILD is-both.
will in dealer's
ace your showroom horizontally six-so it is
Hog Pens-Chicken Houses-A New Home or Repair Your opposed only They make a perfect pair.
October 2 will be two entirely three cylinders long and that
Old Home different kinds of cars. One is the leaves a lot more room for
We have the largest stock of good used building materials in conventional '60 Chevrolet-brand Another passengers.
weight saving: like modern
South Georgia or North Florida. new in beauty with new space inside, airplanes, the Corvair has no frame; .Illl r s
Lumber, moulding, door & window casing front porch columns,
new spirit under the. hood. a new the body-shell supplies it great struc
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ceiling flooring, siding.
We also have used bathroom fixtures, kitchen sinks water

heaters, pipe & fittings, doors and windows. Lead, V-Crimp,, ,-
corrugated metal, electric wire andfixtures. See all the new Chevrolets October 2 at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's
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lIaaL>3l103 3DVd THE ENTERPRISEJIECORDEII, MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th., 1950

j A motion was offered by Mr I wide basis and no two can be '
Minutes; of Ibe Board of McLeod seconded by Mr Dugan, i elected from any one. Board Mem- T P McLeod Sr. Passes Doctor Service ins the clinic. .

to authorize the request for time ber residence district (same in I Dr Brinson said a longtime

! ,Public InstructionMADISON extension on North Florida Junior I territory and' numbers as County In Quitman Hospital dream is being realized since his
College buildings motion was Commissioners Districts ;
; ), To Be RewardedA son Dr Jack Brinson Jr will begin
I carried. I In order to vote in these elections i i pn.cticingith him in the new
COUNTY. FLORIDA The following letter was received I a person must meet all the I clinic.
I from Mr J D Kaney Supervising|I following
September 2 1959 qualifications: new medical clinic Monu-I
T P McLeod Sr 76, a lifelongand at i The clinic will consist of offices,
I The Board met in regular sessionon Principal of Greenville High School:I' 1. Be a legal resident of Madi-I prominent resident of Greenville cello) to be erected at the ], an emergency operating room and

the above date with all members September 1, 1959 son County (having lived in the I died Sunday morning in the of town for use by Dr J B Brin- delivery room and possibly four If
j present. The meeting was Mr Griffin Bishop, Supt. j State at least one year and the hospital after son, will in a way partly repay beds. A
i Quitman an extended small hospital may be
Public
called to order by the chairman, Madison County Board of County at least 6 months prior to illness. him for a life-time of faithful added later.
I. Mr Cherry, and opened with I Instruction [I the date of 'election). service to the community.
prayer : I I Mr McLeod, owner of the McLeod I
Dr
Brinson
by Mr Bishop. Madison, Florida 2. Be a registered voter on the Furniture Co, in Greenville Fred .Mahan, Monticello nurseryman -. Jr currently is I
Dr Marshall Hamilton, Presidentof Dear Sir: General Election Books. I was in the mercantile and furni- has donated 10 acres for the: practicing medicine at Madison, but
North Florida Junior College Upon my recommendation to the 3 Be a taxpayer on real or ti-re. business there for more than, project and will assume about half will join his father when the clinicis 1
: appeared before the Board and advisory committee of Greenville personal property (or both) in I fifty years. He was an the cost of erecting and furnish- completed.Ideabook I J
j I presented the following recommen- High School. Mr William Horace; Madison County and hold a 1958 stockholder and organizer Original//
dation: Coleman was approved by same 1 receipt for taxes paid to County Greenville Bank in 1905. He
September 1. 1959 for the position of Band Director: Tax Collector of Madison
I count-// as a County Cpmrnissipner: for i
Madison County Board of Public in Greenville High School. It isj I II (It might be well to carry t\.-enty years, and also served i'
feeling that Mr Coleman will i the in t rfAM1)
Instruction our polls event any question ..
I various terms on the Greenville!
Madison, Florida give satisfaction in this positionand arises). The location of the propertyhas i i'
I Town Council, and was a former
Centlemen: we recommend him to you no consequence, just since it II j
The North Florida Junior College for appointment. Effective date of ;I is: in Madison County, Florida. mayor.Mr McLeod was member of for 1959
a
Advisory Council recommends that employment is (was) August 19. The law provides that any qualified : ..
Greenville Lodge No. 28, F & A M, )( IK
I the County Board grant waiver of Sincerely, person may be nominated and j I
member of Greenville
A Woodmen!
fees to the public school teachersof s/J D Kaney, Principal.Mr have his or her name printed on I of the World, and a charter member -' I ; Now Available IJ
the five Coleman was appointed to ballot as condidates five
supporting counties and by (5) I of the Greenville Chapter OES I .lnFAI
,, Suwannee County to attend the the position upon motion by Mr qualified electors provided such : No. 70. He was a member of the I I II
Evening Division of the College. ) Bailey, seconded by Mr McLeod, I request is in writing and filed with"' Greenville Baptist church. I J 1

This would make it possible for and carried. the Office of County Superintendent ;..._1.,1_ ..,:r f," _
Sunnors mv.iuue has WIlt:::, hits: I
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teachers to do night work at the I The following letter was received 1 on or before October 19, 1959. Laura Andrews McLeod, Greenville
College for extending their certifi- from Mr Burch Cornelius Super-I Petitions filed after this date haveno I ; -
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: four sons, T P James and Sidney -
cates, or for taking courses they vising Principal of Madison Public legal validity. The consent of t all of Greenville, and Shelton,
feel Schools: Nominee be secured.
would improve their profes- must ot Quitman; five grandchildren,
sional competencies as teachers in August 26, 1959 The County School Board shall one great-grandchild and two sisters -

the public schools.In :Mr Griffin BishopSuperintendent I 1! constitute the final canvassing I Mrs Joe Andrews, Greenville,
of Public Instruction Board to determine the elected
order to accomplish this it is
and Mrs Mandy Goza Washington,
recommended that the Board'adopt Madison, Florida trustees. The rule for determining I' D C. ,
a policy waiving all college fees, Dear Mr Bishop: this is as follows: J
Funeral services were held at It's the
except for a three dollar registration -I II I wish to submit William E The three highest candidates who i 4 p. m. Monday in the Greenville I greatest ever published! 84 cOlorful
fee, for all teachers employedby Sharp for appointment to fill the i live in three separate Board Mem- } Baptist church with burial in Ever. decoration idea-inspiring pages including complete room
the various County Boards in vacancy: on the .Madison High ber Districts, shall be the three green cemetery. The Rev Julian designs by the nation's foremost interior
the supporting counties. I School Faculty caused by the resig- elected trustees for district (County -I Maddox, pastor, officiated. Music decorators.
nation of Ann Johnson.His .
State board regulations permitthE' ) was rendered by the church choir.The Over 1,000 items of Distinguished
I credentials enclosed and Done and ordered by the Boardin Mercnarfdiso
Boards are
County
to set policies -
up /' T J Beggs Jr Funeral Homeat pictured or described. Over 140
'he meets with the of the Session September special items, including -
regarding the waiving of fees, approval Regular Madison was in charge exclusive decorator designs. All
but require the Board advisory committee. 1959. 2'1 merchandise
to approve Active pallbearers: Messrs Eugene made by the nation's
such Sincerely, MARCUS CHERRY leading manufacturers, in-.,
waivers, individually, for aul s/ Mugge, Andrew Patrick, Reams eluding those in Florida. .
applicants. Under this proposal, the s/BURCH CORNELIUS, The following policy was adopted Scarboro, Alvin Booth, James Stanley I
Registrar would send to the Board Supervising PrincipalMr by the Board upon motion by Mr Grover Cone, Lawton Burnett Pick up your free copy soon at any sfor6 or
a list of the teachers Sharp was appointed to the seconded byIr Dugan, 'service
taking ad- ;, Bailey and A L Leggett Jr. station that gives S&H Green Stamps.
vantage of the opportunity so the position upon motion by Mr\ Smith, and carried: I Honorary: Messrs. J J Sale Sr I
Board could approve the waivers:,) seconded by Mr Bailey, and carried. Effective July 1, 1960, the Board W G Clements, B C Johnson, Jesse And remember as you look at the wonderful

and record such action in the Board) The following appointments were will not approve for employmentas Thigpen, C S Laird, Lee Thigpen, j, merchandise in the catalog's pages you get these
minutes. made recommendation of wife of school beautiful and useful items
a
upon a without
secretary
I a paying
I a
C H Brannen, J R Laney, Dr L P j penny
Very sincerely, Professor 0 S Seabrooks, Principal I principal in the school in which the King, A D Reams Sr, F W Reams.G I 1 more for what you buy at S&H Green Stamp stores.
MARSHALL of Madison Training School, and is employed. You're dollars ahead because
HAMILTON, I principal F Andrews, E M Page Sr W T i j they're extra values
.; President Professor Frank C Merritt Prin- Applications for pupil assignmentand Davis, C M Buie Curtis Earp, F j for you available by mail or at your nearest S&H
This cipal of Greenville Training School reviewedand i Green
recommendation reassignment were '
was Stamp
p approved C Cone George Wheeler and Waiter redemption center.here's .
,
r upon motion by Mr McLeod, on motion by Mr McLeod and acted upon by the Board.

, seconded by Mr Smith, and carried, 1 seconded by Mr Bailey, and carried: There being no further businessthe Bishop. i I ,
with Fannie Marshall, Greenville
the following stipulation Board adjourned.
: provided C Dickinson and
j Mr and Mrs R
the enrollment of North' Training School; Dorothy Jean jI I s/ MARCUS CHERRY, Chrm. Mr and lIrsV D LeVeille of De-
Florida Junior College is in excess I West more, Greenville Training I ATTEST: of
last week as guests
of 200 students, this policy will School and Mildred Boynton, Madison GRIFFIN BISHOP, Secretary Mr Land and, spent Mrs Peter 0 Knight, of I

: be effective.Richard Training School. ADS in this size type begin as low Tampa, at their Gulf Beach home, ;
Brown of Madi- The Board approved, according to I
' son High School appeared before i, existing policy, a maternity leave as $1.00. Bonaire.! -
the Board requesting permission to I for one year for Geneva Dixon!
play "B" Squad football games in Swilley, teacher at Greenville Train- i
the evening. Discussion of the ex- I ing School. the uncoated truth
isting policy was conducted by the 'I The Board reviewed the audit
Board. Present policy regulatingathletic report of internal accounts for j -
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events is as follows. North Florida Junior College. I
Basketball games, football games, | The following letter was pre- for you who'd rather not be .

and other school activities shouldbe sented to the Board by the State
planned and scheduled on Friday Department of Education concern -
evenings in an effort to avoid( ing Trustee Election to be held

activities on school nights. Coaches'i Tuesday November 3, 1959: MORE STYLE MORE VALUE
and Principals are requested to August 26, 1939 .
work through the North Florida I[ Mr Thomas Griffin Bishop, Supt.
Conference toward the elimination ; Board of Public Instruction
of athletic contests on school Madison County
nights, Non varsity athletic events Madison, Florida PER COAT DOLLARTHE
shall be scheduled in the after- Dear Griffin:
noon. This will confirm our telephone :
A motion was offered by Mr : conversation regarding the holdingof -
Bailey -and seconded by Mr Smith, the District Biennial Election on LAVISH BLEND OF IMPORTED CASHMERE & PURE WOOLLadies'

amending existing policy above the same day as the special election -
changing the word "shall" in the on Constitutional Amendments.We .
last sentence to "should." Votes J I have been informed by the Coats -
were as follows: Ayes: Messrs Attorney General that this may be i: '
Bailey, McLeod, and Smith. Quali- legally done. The expense shouldbe ,
fied aye: Mr Dugan. Mr Dugan''' shared with the County Com-
stated that he was in favor of missioners since the law requires CHOOSE FROM FOUR OF

changing this policy for a one year school boards to pay for the ex-
Biennial THE LEADING COLLAR STYLES II
period only. pense of holding District
Mr Buchanan of the Pinetta Elections. ,
community appeared before the''I Cordially yours BIEGEBLUEGREYREDGREENAND ,

Board requesting extension of bus j jI I sThomas N Morgan, Assistantin
service for his children. Motion was,i School Law and InformaJon
offered by Mr Bailey seconded by Mr Marcus W Cherry, Chairman BLACK
Mr Dugan, to grant this request; I of the Board, discussed joint election -
motion carried. I with the Board of County Lt

The following letter was presented -. Commissioners. It was agreed by
to the Board from 'Mr E G both Boards that the joint elec- Sizes 8 to 18 q

Ball, Architect: I' tion would be a savings to both }
August 29, 1959 Boards. The Board of Public In- '
Subject: North Florida Junior Col- struction proceeded to set out the '
lege-File No. 5902-1 requirements for the Trustee and
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Dear Griffin: I School District millage levy as LAY AWAY? $ .99 /
,
Enclosed is a letter from H & H follows: ;
Construction & Supply Company!r Pursuant to the provisions of ,

Inc., requesting a 30 day extension Chapter 23,726 Laws of Florida Why Sure!
of time on the above subject job. :: and other applicable provisions of .
This request is based primarily on the Laws of Florida, regular bien- .
delays in delivery of materials nial school elections are hereby J
critical to construction schedules. ordered held in Special Tax School -r

Sub-contractors have caused unnecessary District Number 1 (which includesthe A SMALL DEPOSIT

delays in delivery of entire County of Madison un- .
material although quite adequately del present laws) on November DOES THE TRICK! ; ,
advised of time schedules. In addition 3, 1959. The elections will be heldat
to this considerable delay each precinct voting center (as .
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occurred during the initial con- used for primary and general elections -I, % .
struction period while the Science ). I II ,4

Building foundations were being i The two purposes of these elections ,
placed. As you know the wet : in accordance with Law are
weather caused a rise in water :! as follows:
table above normal expectancy with 1. To elect three persons (each

subsequent difficulties in placing\ of :whom must be a duly qualified
these footings. school elector as hereinafter de-
Had not these delays occurredwe fined) to serve as trustees of B. C. Moore & Sons

feel that H & H Construction,I Special Tax School District Num-
, Company ld have completed the i her 1 (the entire county) for the
project prior to the scheduled ensuing biennium beginning January -

date. It is oar feeling that the time 5. '1960, and until their successors INCORPORATED
extension should be granted and t are duly qualified.
the General Contractor not penalized the district millage .
2. To fix :
as he did not have control I"I rate to be levied on the 10 mills : ,6L .<' Buy From Moore and Save More
these circumstances. accordancewith
over and district tax rolls in

Very sincerely yours, Law. The Secretary was instructed .'" .-' ,

SMITH, AND GILLESPHASSOCIATES : to place a 10 mills. levy .' : QUITMAN- ., GEORGIA. ; ." ...........'- .- .h.. _. r '
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TIMBER WANTED!
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I, Tire !
Any pine timber for sale, regard- away

f'h less of quantity; selective cutting or
'whole tracts. Please call ADEL

I . . . GEORGIA, 7161 or 7501, COLLECT BRING IT
! W. B. Davis, Jr. STORE FRONT or writeDELCOOK TO THE


t" REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: TIMBER CO.
Designing and Installation
" ACREAGE FARMS COLUMBIA GLASS & PAINT CO. \ North Florida Recapping Company :
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL P. O. Box 499
Lake City, Fla. Phone 1227
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL ADEL, GEORGIA
APPRAISALS . . . On U. S. 90, opposite Ragans Motor Co.

ABSTRACTS OF- TITLE
1 NURSERY
Ar d son Fla.
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TITLE INSURANCE
WORKING MOTHERS: I am prepared
112 West Base Street to take care of your childrenat
," MADISON. FLORIDA my home. Any day; also Monday and get new tire service out of it

; Phone HU 3-6277 Tuesday, Thursday and Sat- 2200-YEAR-OLD CYPRESS I ago, however, it was discoveredthat

urday nights, if desired. MRS. G STUMP I the bristlecone pine, a western
.. BROADUS WILLOUGHBY O PURVIS 928 S. Range St, Phone pine species, was found to be con- WE ALSO ,HAVE RE-CAP TIRES FOR SALE

REALTOR HU 3-6408. 2-3t-ch I siderably older than the redwood.A .
Phone office, HU 3-6481 Tallahassee, Sept. 17 Three- devotee
the
to of
I Phone residence. HU 3-6481 hundred before the birth of sovereignty They will give all the Tread
MADISON. FLORIDA For PEGGY NEWTON Cosmetics,I years wood, Earl Gresch claims that you Service A New Tire

FOR SALE: One 2-story, good, call MAE WILSON, Cherry Lake' Christ, a giant tidewater cypress which I Mexico has standing cypress of the will, or more, and at much less cost
::4 old house two blocks from post- 8352, or write R 3, Box 136,' sprouted in Dixie County I. same species as our Florida cypress

office. Three baths $2,000 down, Madison. 1-2t-pd was to mark over 2,200 years of 1 which should wear the crown of Yours for tire conservation
existence within its growth rings
easy terms on $6500 balance. i the oldest living thing in North
11. One good 3-br house, large lot, before being cut and put to man's America. While of no comparisonto

in Lee Fla., near Cherry's Feed Wanted: Married man, use.Recently a 6,200 pound stump of the Mexican cypress in age, there NORTH FLORIDA RECAPPING are supposed to be few
Store. Only $7,500. I a cypress i
I this which had been on
One new c-b house in Lakeside 25-45 for established cypress trees still standing in Florida which i
exhibit since 1938. was donated to
Terrace $400 down plus closing age are at least older than the stump I
Untila
the Florida Forest Service.
costs. 5 ,2% mortgage on balance. II recently received by the Service.
few the Earl Gresch
One 2-br house 2 blocks northof Credit Clothing years ago The state agency is, however, ex-
Wood Parade featured this mam- -
Frank's Cafe. Only $5800. I, moth replica in his St. Petersburg tiemely pleased at acquiring the NAMED STATE DEPOSITORYDr will not be received until some time
house in Yellow Pine. Small stump. This was expressed by
Good Route. Good car attraction before finally closing its around the first of calendar year
Coulter when he pointed out that
down payment, good mortgage.
I doors to the public. In that time 1960.
"few states have exhibit to the
Several farms and ranches. on !
the stump was the subject of considerable Marshall Hamilton, Presidentof
----- Commis- public, the stump of a tree that
FOR SALE: Seminole oats, $1.40 necessary. I local and nation-wide witnessed Christ's presence on NFJC, annaunced today that the
91.5% publicity.The North Florida Junior College has
per bushel; germination earth." ,
no noxious or other weeds. sion pay. Write P. 0. Forest Service intends to I (been officially designated a depository -

WANTED: Experienced farm c hibit the stump which was in of Florida Statutes. This OPENED!
hand, with mechanical ability. brief retirement from the public ADS in this size type begin as low I action is in accordance with the
Box 1311 Valdosta
Good pay house furnished. eye. The immense size and its typically as $1.00. recently authorized list of designees
SAMPALA LAKE FARMS, Phone irregular circumference pose outlined in Chapter 59-368 of NEW FLOWER SHOP IN

( HU 3-6860. 4-lt-ch Ga. 23tchWANTED many problems for its presentation. "Florida Statutes." I QUITMAN GA.
According to State Forester C II 'This library service," Dr Hamil-
PLACE FOR SALE: On Highway Coulter the Service hopes to be II Radiator Cleaning and ton stated "is available to any Flowers for All Occasions

90 two miles west of Green- and able to cut cross sections which resident of Florida. Library hours I'I
: Two curb girls a
ville, Fla. Business with living night cook. Curb service 3 p. m. could be shown throughout the General Automotive at NFJC are from 8:30 a. m. to I Quitman Flower ShopBus

quarters combined.- B GIL-. to 12 m. at WHITE-TOP. State. However, it may be neces- 4:00 p. m. and 7:00 p. m to 10:00p.
LEAN, R 3, Box 57, Greenville, DRIVE-IN p. on U S 53 south of I sary to leave it intact and remaina I m. on Mondays through Thurs- Station Bldg.

Florida. 3-4t-pd I Madison. 3-lt-ch I permanent exhibit.As days. Friday schedule is from 8:30a.
MRS MARY ELIZABETH PHILLIPS
FOR SALE: One large Westinghouse I ancient trees go, this particular -II RepairsGARAGE m. to 4:00 p. m. only. The College
and' WANTED: Lady to help care fcr stump falls behind the known Library is not open Satur Owner
t electric refrigerator r
Both in good condition.You invalid lady, and with housekeeping age of other tree species. California days." Phone 9781 7351, Quitman Ga
stove. are '
Waldron chores. Home equipped redwood commonly claims growth I As a statement of interest the
can see me, or Mrs I
home with modern conveniences. To exceeding 3,000 years. Not long 1959 Edition of the Florida Statutes I
at the Ragans on
Ragans
C F -- - --
live in. Liberal salary. -
90 East just out of Lee,
Highway WALKER Rt. 1, Box 252, Mad- "
Fla. MRS J C BLACK. 3-lt-ch I s
,
---- ison, Fla. 3-lt-pd

FOR SALE: Practice Piano. Call

EMALINE CARPENTER HUnter I l I WANTED: Settled lady to live in

3-6531 after 5 p. m. 3-lt-pd home & care for invalid mother
--- and do light house work. Must be THE

dependable. If interested, con- M

PUBLIC OPINION INTERVIEWERS tact Mrs A L McLEOD, Rt 3 a xs' < i ih
wanted for part time inter- Madison. .3-lt-pd

viewing assignments in the vicinity 7 IMPORTANTTHINGS f.
of Madison. Evening work i WANTED: Two waitresses preferably -

frequently necessary. .please experienced. + Apply in
Box 183 Princeton, New Jersey] person to CHUCK WAGON.

stating educational background 3-lt-ch V IN

experience and telephone
WANTED: Some nice, soft, clean r
2-3t-ch rags. No buttons or woolens. THE :-



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HU 3-618S
We Repair MADISON, FLA. college education for your children, the
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BEFORE SELLING your timberor !I LIVE STOCK AUCTION 'j;?, ;'

timber land please see me. We SELL:: your cattle and hogs In cur ", "O

are also interested in buying a I i auction each Monday. Sales start at Regardless of what your own goals in life

limited amount pine-hardwood 100. MOXTTCELLO STOCK
may be, you can be pretty sure that they
pulpwood! delivered by truck to YARDS, Monticello, Fla. 3-tf-ch "

Foley, Fla.. or loaded on R R cars. will require money. And you can be

See write or call For your grinding and mix equally sure of this: the couple that PLANS
l_ P. GIBSONRt. II
3, Madison, Florida ing on your farm, call WEST ahead GETS ahead! Systematic saving is -

Phone Lake 8363 END MILLING COMPANY,
: Cherry
basic successful It is also
to happy, living. -
Qaitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 I
Picking, shelling hauling cornS i important to put your savings where they
collect.JQHNW.WADSWORTH.
E DUVAL, phone Cherry Lake:
8275. 51-6t can grow faster because they EARN more

FOR SALE: 80 acres, approx- \ money for you with complete safety. That

imately 40 acres in cultivation. means here!

40 in young hardwood, one-half
mile off highway. Write PAUL, Registered SurveyorPhone

BYRD P. O. Box 55, Live Oak,
Fla., or phone FO 21389. 2-2t-pd HU 3-2372
MADISON, FLORIDA
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom house. I
C. T. McWILLIAMS, HU 3-6275 NAVACO AWNINGS
HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY I
or HU 36552.:
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Good Christian woman with MESSERBattery

small child in urgent need of work.

Will take care of elderly woman, -
small children or do light housework & Tire Co. Florida lank at Madison

If conta.ci E H
interested offers New Goodyear 670 x 15 AU Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationAnd
Blair Route 2, Madison Fla. Weather tube-type tire .for only

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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST ii _" I Ii
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CHURCHA I CHURCHA

reaching service every Sunday
NEED YOUR WATCH REPAIRED? When buying
WE WELCOME YOU preaching Service every Sunday COMPLETE LINE i f your

1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. SEE KELLY WATCHMAKERAll I

and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. morning1st Work Guaranteed E-R from
2nd and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. FLOOR TILES Repair I Newsboys .

Sunday School each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. GOOD USED WATCHESNew
Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Please DO NOT park in the I'
'Sunday School every Sunday. AND watches and hands fur that
Prayer Service each street and make your newsboy na 4
Is; and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a m. appreciated: gift.
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. out into the street to make a s iJe. '
2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP
CABINET
Family Night covered Family Night Covered Dish m.1 TOPS MADISON Kindly pull over to the curb. ; :
dish supper, Friday Our newsboys have instructions
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. 2nd Friday night every month to STAY OUT of the streets, and

Woman's Society of promptly at 7:00 p. m. Howerton Supply Co. 4Ih l l we will appreciate your co-cperat-

Christian Service Woman's Society of Christian Ser- ing with us AND THEM for
I I
meets Thursday after vice meets on Monday night after THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very I

1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. SCHWINN BICYCLES much.

Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets Franchised Dealers & Service FLAVOR

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on __ ii _ HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. MINOR ACCIDENTA AGED 4 YEARSIN
after
Springs Tuesday
Tuesday after the 4th Sunday
4th Sunday 8:00 p. m. SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW WOOD
j
8:00 accident at 3 am
Wednesday p. m. minor traffic
1st -
Official Board meets numbered month The Official Board meets each M A F GREENVILLE CUB SCOUTS : Thursday at Yellow Pine Truck FopsiCoUBottling

each even 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music i U S 90, just east of Madison CompanyPU
after prayer service. month following the supper on 7:55 News RECEIVE BADGES Stop on 171. Perry Fla
meets I involved a 1954 White tractor --- -
Commission: on Education Family NightP. 8:00 Hour -
Baptist
End Milling ,NOTICE UNDER
belonging: to the West FICTITIOUS
1st Wednesday each odd numbered K. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. 8:30 Gospel Music
Cub Co. of Quitman, driven by NAME LAW
Eighteen Scouts
received
month after prayer service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas.C. 9:00 Revival Time ; t
S. Supt. badges at the award in I John Henry McRae. 52 and a 1953
JAMES SHEFFIELD S. ceremony
B. DAVIS, PASTORLEE 9:30 Gospel Concert I I
THOMAS SURLES HARRY M. the Greenville Woman's Club house, International Tractor, belonging to
10:00 News Notice is hereby given that the
and
.N.Asst's.. Thursday (Sept 17)) at 7:30 Winn-Dixie of Jacksonville,
COn IR \ 10:05 Sunday Serenade pm. I undersigned, desiring to engage In
METHODIST 36.
CHURCH driven Henry Wiggins age
C. B. DAVIS, Pastor. lv,:45 Prelude to Worship The Rev Wayne Stutzman was by business under the fictitious name
Deputy Sheriff Ed Porter, who ,
Master of Ceremonies.
11:00 : of Madison
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching Every Sunday.1st Morning Worship investigated the accident said the: Laundromat in the
12:00 News After the pledge to the flag and Setzer's Madison Shopping Center,
GREENVILLE. FLA. and 3rd Sundays White tractor backed up into they:
singing of America, Mr Stutzman
12:15 Afternoon Melodies Madison. Florida, intends to register -
Sunday School __.___.. 10:00 A. M. -..-- 11:00) a. m. and 7:00 p. m. gave an introduction of scouting and Inttirnational, causing approximately -;
12:55: News the said name with the Clerkof
Worship 11:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. $175.00 damage. |
Morning
1:00 Afternoon Melodie led in prayer, after which he presented the Circuit Court of Madison
Bap'ist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday School Every 1:30 Afternoon tthe Cub Master, George Deputy Porter said there was an;, County Florida.

Evening Worship ......_ 7:30 P. M. Sunday _...___ 10:00 a. m. 1:40 Serenade In Melodic Blue Bowers, who presented Bob Cat adjustment, and no charges were The ,REG Corporation 106 East
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M Methodist Youth Fellowship badges to the following Allen made. I
1:55 : Jefferson Street, Tallahassee, Flori
News
.. _.._... 6.-00 _._._
-- ----- p. m Blanton Ernie Bowers, Eddy
BANSON METHODIST CHURCH ZEB WILLIAMS 2:00 Hour of Decision ,
Preaching Services every First BOB Pastor 2:30 Musical Sunday Brown, Floyd Goodman, Kenny JAYCEES EXCEED da.By: Edwin S. Fleet, Second Vice
SEARCY
Sunday School
Supt.
and Third Sunday 11:00 A. M. 2:55 News Harper, Stephen Jones, Bobby President. 4-4t-ch

and 7:30 P. M. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 3:00 Musical Sunday Lawson, Draffin McLeod, Hugh MEMBERSHIP\ GOAL

Sunday School every Sunday Preaching every Sunday 355 News Sherrod, John Stutzmann and George
Card of ThanksThe
10:30: A. M. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 4:00 Hit Parade Wheeler. Jaycee Hybert Hendry an-

Family Night Saturday before Morning Worship ___ 11:00: A. M. 4:55 News Mr Stutzmann then introduced nounced Friday that the Madison
second 4:00 P. M. 5:00 Music At Sundown Wade Jones Institutional Repre-
Sunday had
Fverv
Junior Chamber of Commerce ,
Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. sentative who presented Wolf I I family of A L Brown who
\?. C. M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor 5:30: Headlines & Weather I exceeded the goal set for the membership -
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. 5:33 Sign Off Badges to the following: Byrl Barclay passed away Thursday in a Tallahassee -
drive in HYI -!
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting every PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO Jay Floyd, Randall Handley, I I stated now there progress. 22 R hospital after an extended

Sunday School ._____._ 10:00 A. M. Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Glenn Loper. Robert Harper, Tim i bert members that and that were they now were i(I illness, wish to express their deepest -

Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. IV B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ Jones and Bill Kerr. I new James, Moncrief, Hugh appreciation: to their many
Baptist Training Union 630 P. M. Mr Stutsman then introduced Mr Billy Beggs, I friends and relatives for the kind-

Evening Worship .......___. 730 P. M. ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union Daily Program Schedule J D Kaney chairman of the Lions I Curry, AI Hofflander Tom South- nesses shown them and for their
well Claude Hart AI Fiori, Kirby
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST Club Committee, with the other sympathy flowers and other tokensof
Brotherhood last Thursdayof GURR, Minister members: Hubert Sherrod, Wade I Reichmann, Doc Karnes, James I love at his passing. May God's
WMAF 1230 ON YOUR DIAL Bill
Selph,
each month at _..___ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO Jones, Peter Stern and Herman Stanley, Ed Scanlan richest blessing be with you.
6:00
ilL On
Sign W C
Pete Shea, Beryle Scarboro,
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. !..tE"e1enr NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:02 Fla Farm Hr. Melvin and the Den Mothers: Mrs I Alvin Sincerely,
Copeland in, Larry Pinson. I
BROWN
Kelley Circle E Brown and Mrs Hubert THE FAMILY of A L
6:25 World & State News Clinton :r Driggers. J H Plant, Bill Cave,
__.__._. 2:30 P. M. and Mrs Wayne "
3nJ Thursday Come Worship With Us 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour Sherrod of Den 1, Arthur E Colson, Bob Warren and i

V.: L. SINGLETARY. S. S. Supt Sunday School ...._...._ 10:00 A. M. 6:35 Rudy Hamrick Stutzman of Den 2. Gerald Bachars. JOHN T. HICKS PASSES AT I

ALBERT KELLEY B.T.U. Director Morning Worship _.m_ 11:00 A. M. f- (Mon. Wed. Fri.) The Cub Scouts sang "Cub Scout- LOCAL HOSPITAL

REV LEWIS D. IIUGHEN. Pastor Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 655 .' World News ing We Will Go."
John T Hicks, 27, of Cross City
WELCOME TO Evening Worship ..._... 8:00 P. M. 7:00 J State News Mrs Wade Jones was accompan- BAPTIST CIRCLES MEET died Thursday, Sept 17, at the,

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Mid-week Prayer Service: 8:00 P. M. 7:05 r Coffee With Ray ist.The SEPTEMBER 28th local hospital following an injuryhe

Sunday School........... 1000 A. M. Brotherhood 4th Friday 8:00 P. M. 7:45 i '! World News meeting was closed with the received in a logging accident

Morning Worship ..._.._ 11:00 A. M. Jack Pickles _....../... S. S. SuptSim 7:50 State News benediction.A Circle No. 1 with Mrs H E Mc- earlier in the month.

!?raining Union ....__ 630 P. M. Andrews ..? B. T. U. Director 755 it': Weather News social hear followed. Arthur at ten O'clock am. No. 2 at, Services were held at 4 pm Sun-

Evening Worship ._...._ 7:30 P. M. REV. M. J. FOWLER Pastor 8:004 Offee with Ray the Church in pm No. 3 with Mrs day at New Prospect church. Mr

Prayer Meeting ........_ 7:30 P. M. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 9:00'. Morning Devotions SANTA FE WINS P H McClune in pm, No. 4 with Hicks was a veteran of the Korean
Church Business Meeting First CHURCH 9:13 3* Musical Interlude Mrs J A Davis, in evening. Nita War.

Wednesday night of each month. 9:30 1r Music Unlimited OPENING GAME McCulIough Circle with Miss Bennie Survivors are his wife, a daughter -

Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second Services 10:00 I'll News : Wilder, in evening.SmCorona. five brothers, and three sisters.
Preaching Sunday
of each month. every 10:05 Music Unlimited MADISON COMES BACK, BUT
Thursday night Morning Service 11:00 A. M.
10:30 T I
Service Every Sunday Music Unlimited .NOT ENOUGH adding
Frewhing Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 11:00 '"T"
Music Unlimited
Come Worship With Us. COT A
Pastor Sunday School every Sunday at 11:15 "" Public Service Santa Fe high school's football I
REV. DOZIER SAPP
10:00 A. M. 11:30 Record Session team defeated Madison High last Machines typewritersand )

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. 12:00 World NewsNoontime Thursday night at Santa Fe largelyon SUMMER COLD

REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 12:15 P.M. Notes Buddy Roberts' accurate forward

Services every Sunday. :at 8:00: P. M. 12:30 Talk Of The Town passing.On cash registers. TAKE 4 '

Sunday School _.-.n___.___ 10:00 a. m. Brotherhood first Thursday every 12:40 I Uncle Ned the very first play of the =

Morning Worship ...____ 11:00 a. m. month at 7:30 P. lrLEve..ybolly 12:45 State News game Roberts shot a 65-yard scor-. The forsymptomatic'

Training Union _.........._ 7:00 p. m. Welcome. 1250 '; Farm News ing! pass to end Morgan Outlaw and i ,
Exening Worship ...."__ 8:00 p. m. REV. J. R. COLLINS, Pastor 1255 Weather News then followed it up minutes later i 6 6 6 .

prayer Meeting Wed. .... 7:30 p. m MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade with a 55-yard-touchdown throw to II Enterprise-Recorder RELIEF J

701 155 News end Robert Davis. Emerson later
South
L D. S. SERVICE Range
2:00 Gospel Time from the five to give y r r rs .
JESUS CHRIST OF Bible Study __ 10:00.4., M. went over
CHURCH OF Lord's Supper and 2:30 Public: Service Santa Fe a 20 to 0 lead. I I t

LATTER DAY SAINTS Edification 11:00 A. M. 2:45 Afternoon Melodies Madison came back strong in the One Great Team

........... 10:00 a. m. .
Sunday School Bible Study ___ 7:00 P. M. 2:55 World & State News third quarter with Floyd carryingthe /

Sacrament Meeting .......' 11:00 a m. Preaching ___..__ 7:30 P. M.Ladies' I 3:00 Afternoon Melodies kickoff seventy-five yards to I 1- r ,

Relit-f S->ciety and Friesthood Time Class Thursdays i. 3:45 Public Service pay dirt and Wells later, following I: : Amoco White Gas & Super Permalube Oilc :
Sacrament
and place as announced at 4:00 News a sustained drive, plunging through j

Meeting. NEW HOPEFUL 4:05 Request Parade the: line for another score. The rebound .
'4LL SERVICES AT AMERICAN I inSSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 4:55Vorld: & State News however was a touchdown
j "
LEGION HALL Services every tirst and third 5:00 Request Parade short, and the game ended with the E .

E R. CARRYL Branch Pres. Sundays: at 11 a. m., and 8:00 p. m. D:45 Sports Highlights \lachuans on top 20 to 13. :

PJDGE ROAD.. CHERRY LAKE Junday School every Sunday 10:00a. 6:00 World News --- -- ;- .' emu.: .

m.Training 6:15 Twilight Tunes 'I
'MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST GOODYEAR TIRESJIM'S .
CHURCH Union every Sunday 7:00 655 News i is .
PastorS. p. m. 7:00 Sign Off gar
KEV. JACK LAMB REV. W. T. RYCSOFT.' Pastor PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO BAY STATION t
Board of
R. Sapp Chairman a
CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Deacons. BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH rd 1

Billy Bailey "__. BTU Director Welcomes You U. 5. 90 EAST, MADISON .

Leroy Cruse _.._ Associate Director; Services Every Sunday WAKE UPRARIN' sr .:
REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor
Cruse S. S. Supt
Leroy Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Wiss Merle Bass ..._ Song Leader Morning Worship _.- 11:00 A. M. 10'GO Georgia 'MEDDERS

Mrs Juanita: Cruse ._.__ Pianist Choir Practice ___ 6:00 P. M. Without Nagging Backache '

Sunday School ....._.. 10:00 A. M Training Union _.___ 6:30 P. M. need Now from I You nafria can ret backache the fast relief headache yoa PLATE GLASS r

J.lomingVorship .......s 11:00 A. M. Evening Worship __._... 7:30 P. M and muscular aches and pain that on-

Training Union .__ 7:00 P. M.Evening Prayer Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M. oat cause feettnc retUeM aihts When aad these miserable discomforts tired- compa J i/
P. M. come on with erer-exertion or stress aad GLASS AMOCO STATION a
.__ 8:00
Worship
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTM strata-yon want rdi f-want it fast I
Prayer Meeting Wed 730 P. CIURCHServices Another irritation distarbaaee foOewinc mar wrong be mild food bladder sad GLASS BLOCK r r

Just as I am. without one plea. every Saturday at Mad drink comfortable-often fedi&c.setting op a restless UK ... MIRRORS '. ,

X come Regardless of your clotheseondi I ison American Legion Hall. Doaa's Pita work fast in I separate ARNIE HEDDERS Owner
eSabbath School begins 2 p. m. ways: L. by speedy paia-retieriac aetioa I
HomSian. .
on. Whether cotton. to ease torrent of nagging backache. 215 W. Savannah Ave. I
in Church Service at 3 p. m. ailsrhes.. muscular aches sad paias. t
You are welcome our E WILLIS, S S Supt X. by soothiac effect on bladder Imtatioa. Phone: CHERRY 2-5285, New Greater No-lead AMOCO GasTirea, Batteries A ,Accessories {I
church service. J. by mild diuretic' action tradiac Val Josta, Georgia I
HAROLD YATES, Pastor Telephone ; to teerease output of the Ii miles of r LUBRICATION WASHING A POLISHING rr i
en V '-HURCTT 01' inn HU 3-6517. kidney talaeLEJ ,
MAtI! oJ' a load nizfcfs sleep ....the
Sunday School-.......-.. 10:00 A. M Everyone Welcome! same happy relief millions have for over FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTP.ATTON 0 CORNER BASE A SHELBY STS. .

M,......Inc Worship .11:00 A..MFVrine M Get yean.Do..'.New.Fifls large today site I saves money. MOTORS .
7:30 P. M. FREEToucht'Ping course with PHONE HU 3-941S
Worship every SMITH-CORONA portable 10 per cent Down Payment 0e
Service Wednesday 8:00: P. M DOAN'S Pius
tenth HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
typewriter at The E-R.
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Any Dress In our Store $5.98 KLANMEETING' Any Dress in our Store $5.98 I '
55 One Rack--$1.0Q Dresses
One Rack1.00 Dresses '
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. THE FAMILY STORE. 'I THE FAMILY STOREilickoryCrove
Southern Knights of the Ku Klux #
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Bias field a, meeting, cross burning PAff U
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ROTARIANS HEAR JUNIOR & "-speaking on the lot justbeyond .

COLLEGE PROGRAM the ,croSsroadS three, miles southWest See Cecil Medders
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:
Methodist
, ," Dr ,,Marshall Hamilton *"President of town" Saturday night Mem- Church tI

'f" of NFJC, was guest speaker at bers were in full regalia. "
For a full line of Charles Chester's
the.-Rotary Club Wednesday.. ,Enrollment Annual Homecoming

: increase, enlargeihent i HELENJANE 5 DEVANE AKRIDGE
i staff personnel, the rapidly nearing AnnuaL Homecoming at the Hickory 1uritingC1othing&ShoesSPECIAL

-. of, completion of the new college --x-- Grove Methodist X2iurch will
; Dr and Mr& N Jordan Akridge of
buildings, and equipment were Cocoa, Fla, announce the birth of be held Sunday, September 27th. THROUGH OCTOBER 11th
'some of the many interesting features a -daughter, Helenjane Devane Ak- ,Sunday School_"at 10:30 am will

brought out in the. talk. ridge, at St Vincent's .hospital, be:jn charge,.of. ,Charlie Dukes ofPalatka. ;-Thermal-Insulated Bcots for Men ;
It was also shown that the college Jacksonville. Wednesday, September "

offers night classes, 1d that l& The baby,Is the granddaughter Preaching,Services begin at 11:3Q.

"'plans are under way for a language ,ri Pf and Mrs: 4 J' Conway of 'Rev Lonnie- Windsor guest speaker, <
proof'
(
under, $19.95 water
,. -:' laboratory sponsored _the Madison.,:Mrs Akridge and baby from ;
-_ "-National Defense Act. : Is the Branford Methodist
arrived- here Wednesday
daughter "
A J was a visitor. ; Church-land a former pastor of '
: Hargrove -
FUt.L-.LnNE-oF
: x to spend while with Dr and Mrs : MEN AND LAJIES'SHOES;
dison..C1ttuit. / ;
. sm Son\ray. East., : :
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.- BEAUTY PARLOR Dinne'nwill)tje served at the noon ,AIR-CUSHIONED SHOES SOLES

Vertle- Brinson of Pmetta is hour on the church ground-Singing '

operating the beauty ,salon formerl } Tells "lions of f and fellowship for afternoon. -ptogran CECIL MEDDERS ,
.
.... operated by Kathleen Wynn. ----T' .* '
... Mrs Brinson is inviting the publicto trfeik'-and! I
,- visit her shop in this week's.'E-R. City Finances" AU neighbors welcome. >Phone, HU 3-6875 Madison, Fla.
.- .. Rev:Zeb Williams, 'Pastor : .
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Lake NewsMiss Alex--'L1 Smith. ,:City,.cf Madison +-_:>'"_* ,-, 4ltctiCADGERSOCIETY

i: Cherry Jerk and treasurer, told members .:n ORGANIZED County(; CourtOreha I

'- .' )l the Dions' Club at their meet- .. ...;.. '- .: .' .
Melba SJelph, Ida, Bob and 'ng Tuesday of the city's financialiperations A, peW:Madison .County,. Cancer -:' Hudson, drunkenness, $25r Goodyear Tires $12.95

Gerald; ""Selph, Visited at Ocala last for the year. Estimated ;; ietY:was.oigatded at, the Madison '
thirty ',
days
< ?2Xpenses for the 1959-60 :
we& year are :; ?'Dining Room' Monday night I 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type,
William Jones Jr driving
Henley
laced at $20,371-36 for the administrative '
: .Mr and Mrs Larry Roffe, spent t he 21st. An election of officers'was: '
intoxicated and tire.
',' department, $14,005.04for ;While ; $100--or sixty plus tax recappable
.- several 'days visiting her mother at I naae with .the group making; plans'
the fire department, $15,240.00 days ana driver lictnSe revoked
Kentucky'. last week. 'or the police department, 30081.20 I hat call for'at, 'least a twenty{ u">r three months. Also, resisting MESSER
: MRSKELTON PASSES for the street department $19,851.40 member Board of Directors andriany. '
officer without violence to his
per-
Loyall B': ;Skelton age 45 of for the sanitarydepartment. volunteers to: be Obtained'

Cherry Lake, passed away' Sept ,470.00'lor public safety and welfare j rrom all: communities: throughout) ,;ont $100_.or' ninety- days .. Battery & Tire Co.

10th at the Madison County hospital '$82,42630 .'for water and J Vladison County. .". :'' a- "' .

after an extended illness. .'ewer department, .and $11,200.00for Mr..C BvCissinger of Tampa Director MALONE FAMILY. REUNION
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He'was J born at Newton :County; 1939 refunding bonds; or a I .of Public,education of ,the The, annual: Malone family reunion COMPLIMENTED
-. d rand, total : of estimated expensesof was held Sunday at the homeof MRS J<.ELLEY
Lake
Ga- and jived at Cherry Since ]Florida Division of the: American, ,
,$198,65L50.: .. Estimated revenues Mrs J B Phillips in :Madison.
1955.: 4 dancer Society talked to the group .-*
the H MM
t total same figure. _
This occasion, held the third: Sup-
Survivors, his wife; one soft one' Heaviest estimated expenditures 1 vith Concern for the program of.merican day in September. annually, Ijon- Mrs 'Hoyt Wainwright;and Mrs

".. daughter. "stepmother,:*four brothers ,.pclude ,'$14,123.20 for the street j' Cancer Society and how ored Mrs Fannie: Malone of ,Day onQer Roy'<', Smith Were hostesses at a

0 'six sisters. ..a'host ofrelatives'' ylepattlrn A t-pay roll, $12, 30.40 for 1'jo: Organize-' and -promote work for seventy:ninth birthday. Her shower Thursday afternoon, Sept
friends. .' : : ". InJanuary- department' pay roll, within Madisonointty. <',
? r aa organization daughter, Mrs Phllfps, and several 17th at the home ot.IrsVain-

,, T J Beggs Funeral Home.. -. ,,> of ,$20,00000'.for: -. water and, sewer;t': Firs Ruth fceilson Florida other children of Mrs' Malone andgrandchildren wright, honoring MrsEdward

Madison: was.Iii .charge. ;;:'x ; ."- .extension certificates ad 23500.00,and interest.t for revenue ,cancer; .Society representative from and great-grand' Kelley. ,

Funeral services were .Ijeld .Sunday Heaviestestimated revenues 'In-1|,Callahassee'aIso.;helped! the group lihfldren. were Included in the large' Mrs Billy Littleton led the games,

at Alexander' Cityf,2Ua.. Jnter- elude $35,500.00 from general taxes, I Ik n. developing 'their|:- -organization' ,',number atten4;ng. and prizes were awarded to the
;'A deJaewos" picnic dinnerwas
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mW'there.' ,,! :- k$28,500.00Vfrom :thje: cigarette tax;; md> .she wilr..erve as area adviser. !spread; on tables on the lawn. Mrs honoree and Mrs James Smith.

Mr and :Mrs D W Barnes, Mr1' 9000.00 from )the parkins' meters,}t I Officiats'elected; wire .Smlh.President. f.Malone received ',-manly attractive Assisting-Mrs Ke.ley.in opening

and-Mrs D W Barnes Jr and son $6200.00-from license "-t36,000.00f / 4L :Leggett, Jr Vfce- I and -useful gifts and good-wishes net many'gifts washer sister, Miss

attended Ihe;fnneral services after from water collections, '$22. o.o0 I President, Donald:Eads,. Secretary, : for many more happy birthdays. Su Ellen Seals.SJ ,
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ward and;Mrs"D W Barnes and from utility tax Irate on these i Jack Treasurer, and I
Mr t Mrs Wade, Among the seventy-five, guestsere Refreshments of sandwiches, cupcakes
son, left Alexander City tp visit his two last-named items having just Dr: Thomas Bouland,' Medical Ad' '<' Mrs Susie Wilson ot Halnes-
: and served to 35
punch were
raised arid from : .
been ); $10,800.00 ; -
Air and Mrs D. D Malone "
:'c grandmother at Montgomery en- sewer service fee. .' : visen. < / v City; ,Malone '?uefit .. Mn William Oliver, .Jr and
route Jacksonville, whernhe : Plant City: Mr and Mrs' Pete -' '
to: for
New members of the Club, Kirby II Proposed: the Ifiext; meetingis and daughter. Cross City;, Mr ,Mrs: Marcos Morrison: assisted withJwSpitalities.
is stationed with the U S Air '
Itej-hinann and Richard Brockman, an adoption of by-laws for the
and Mrs Jack Malone Day Mrand.
Force. :: were'formally installed and charged1by organizationwork'' : projects, and I Airs, Lorenzo Whitfield, ; and ,, -

BABY "DAVENPORT former .District Governor Ferd| plans for, a health survey promoted family. Mr and Mrs Ben Whitfield, I
Mr and Mrs Joe, Davenport of Naughton. nationwideby' : -the Americas Can Mr and Mrs Clayton Woodard and Mrs Carroll Blalock was hostessto

Ocala, announce the arrival of _'a Visitors included Ed Wallnau of cer Society which will entail At family, all of Perry, Mr and Mrs her bridge club Tuesday after-

baby boy Sept '16th.: He has been ,;New ,York and Jesse Hughey of least sixty survey contacts being' Cleo Phillips and daughter and Mr j I noon. Visitors were Mrs A H Armstrong -

named Joe Petree Davenport. made within Madison County. and :Mrs S P Odom and son S P. MrsR C Home and Mrs

He is the grandson of 'Mr and Madison.THE Jr of Madison; Mr and Mrs J'i-ank.'S/.H MO M. Gifts were presentedto

Mrs C E Petree. ,WEATHER MARKER HOME :BURNED Davis and son Joe of Cherry Lake; Mrs W T Davis 'and Mrs J G
Mr'and Mrs V L Perkins and four
:Members of Cherry Lake Baptist # T GREENVILLEThe children and Mr and Mrs W E AShley far high and second high

Church will attend and assist with large home just west of Webb of Lee Mr and Mrs Billy scores and to !Mm Home for visitor's -
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Weekending September 22nd 1959 Greenville owned by,John L Markei! '
the Leadership BTU School at
Littleton and son of Hickory Grove high/ score -
Macedonia Sept 28th Oct 2nd. :3ZU 89 din 66 ,.rrWednesday 15Tlwi of"Dothan Ala end mown by older and Mr and Mrs. Wm Collins; ofMadison. Mr-and Mrs G S Martin of Jack-

Mr and Mrs W E Wilson Jr ol! t people as the Betts house, was completely '!, :. sonvle and Mr and Mrs Marjell

Norfolk, Va and children Eddie and Friday82 sdaY :, 90 70.00Saturday 66 .91 destroyed by fire last Friday ., Dobbs of Chester, Pa were visitors

Kimberly Marie, are spending this:. 85 6G OO morning at 2:30. The nous: ATTENDS COLLEGE OF here Sunday and attended the
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week with his parents Mr and Mn Sunday 85 63 .00 was the oldest one in Greenville anc SURGEONSDr baptism Sunday morniag at the

W \Vilson.. They spent Thursday, Monday' 81 66 .00 was unoccupied at the time.A and Mrs Thomas G Bouland Presbyterian Church of Nina Gertrude -

afternoon with their aunt and uncle Tuesday 88 66 .01 .truck. driver first discoveredthe aoid baby Sandra left Thursday Reeves, daughter of Mr and

Mr and Mrs C E Buckhalt. fire and notified the Greyhoundbus '.tjorning fer Atlantic- City where Mn ).Marvin Reeves. '
Mr d: Mrs Red Stevens former residents TOTAL .17 driver; who reported it k DrBouland will attend the annual
Mrs T severalweeks'
J Atkln$. is on a
visited the Larry Roffe fami Rainfall week ending Sept. 19th town. When the Greenville fire department American College of Surgeons. They
lyfast Thursday.Mrs at Gibson rower '1.10ii, Lovett tht will also :visit Mrs Bou1&nd's father virit at Dalton, Ga with
C D Blue of Pembroke, N C: Tower L30 lit; Aucilla Tower 1.80 : reached the scene, Mr William Andress in Philadelphia I&er mother Mrs Georgia Simmons.

visited her son-in-law and daughter in, Sinclair Tower 1.20: 1n, Mill building was..._beyond, .._ saving.glassedin and expect to be away ten Mr and Mrs Stanley Williams
pr' ... about coo n. t -
Mr and Mrs H Crochran. They all Creek Tower 1,50 In Madison forestry Las t .uu days I or two weeks. and boys had as visitors Sunday

spent last Wed at the gulf fishing. headquarters 0.50 in. porch in the back of thE ihift_:-.V_AV_ _* Stand rests, .Xfw. and XT"'6_re
CHERRY LAKE SCHOOL Sun rises Sept 25th 624 am sets B J Thigpen ,home at Greenville ISAAC :B MAYHUE, G W Rea of Chatfahooehee. .

PTAMEETINGltegnlaf 6:27' pm. caught fire while the family was Funeral services for' Isaac B Mr and Mrs Crill,Merryday and

PTA meeting was held \' Moonrises Sept 26th 12; 7 am. away. The fire wag- thought to hav, M&yhue, who died' at his residence son of Tallahassee spent several

at the school last Thursday. Moon. in constellation of Gemini Started when the. rays of the ,sun Saturday Sept.' 19, will be'held *t days here this week with Mrs H C
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presided and Sept 25th. shone on a glass jug, causing a" :Bethlehem Baptist church, Sunday, Merrydaf, while' Mr Merryday was

MixBob Jenkins the devotionaL High tide'Sept' 25th. at St Marks burlap bag, to ignite. Damage was :Sept .27 The pastor, Rev V M workh in tins area.
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Mrs Benton Safe or gave light 745 am. confined to the porch. WIlliams will ,officiate. Burial win l4On high school B team
:ollow in Bethlehem cemetery. Played the Perry team Tuesday
A panel was present for the pro Mr Ed Wallnau of New York BABY PINKARDThe Tillman and James Funeral Horne night- 1* Perry. Madison won 266.

gram. They were: Mrs Mary MeLeod. visited Mr C'P Kelly here this infant daughter of 'Mr and in charge. "-Az ell Ztpperer ,w*s- drawn onFederal
for State% week. Mr Wallnau is vice-president Jury duty'm Jtsonville)
Consultant
Nutrition who born
Mrs J ,W Pinkard was
of the hotel in New
Piccadilly
Board of Health .of Montkello, Dr Madison died early Thursday in this week but has been excused
and the has la GIWe'left :
York
of Jefferson over many years Jackson Mogge of unttJ ...t week.
Health Jr
Eugler, made specialty of taking care of a Tallahassee hospital Funeral was
attend Abraham Bald-,
to Pn to'kDow Francis
I Decently are glad
BrothersMadison
County, Dr Thursday afternoon Midway, with "
the West Point cadets and the .:
at Tlfton G&S is well following
win College \VM8ame frtog
Ham- '
and Mr Rudy in charge.
Health Dept Midshipmen when they cameto Beggs Jack-
-x- J pgeq Today menteg in
rick. town. His office is covered with : '
Rowe has returned Jie was expected homeett.dV.
Health and Nutrition Habits were I pictures of the boys. Mr Kelly's son. STRICKEN ILL AT. -. Dr William ,
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discussed for School Age Childrea Capt Colin :Kelly Jr was one of BARBER SHOP torn spenteg several, weeks fe*"., Me ;and Mrs MArjetf Dobbs of
the large number of West Pointersto Atlanta.
A Health Committee was selected.' ; Chestet, h.arsr hate for a visit
Dental whom Mr Wallnatt was a D L Brock was entered at:the ............, ,' .m
A survey will ,be run on ; friend. local hospital early Wednesday "", -.q- .... \Vftk.-.- Mr- aad Mrs C D A0aer 8r.Stiniey !

work. Hookworm; and f otritioa.: morning' for treatment.. He was WOfiMn BMde a baafcwss ;

OLA SMITH stricken suddenly til while at WELL DRll1ING trip!.to Jacksonville ,....,..

Thomas E Webb *ho has been Mac's Barber Shop. T J Bss is in Ck&fe for

stationed Germany in the Army, Funeral services for Ha- Smith. - AND REPAIRINGLPPTLETON it two w*'h< visit -with her son-

Is spending a 30 day leave ,,herewith Who died 1n. Philadelphia Tuesday, k Mrs Kathleen B Wynn leaves ths WELL DRILLERS br-I*;and daogfeter, Dr acrd Mrs

his mother Mrs Lesde.-Webb: vrill, beheld_ -in St. Lake's church week end for Jacksonville.% vfeit R 2, Madison Fla WaQace Winter, and children.

He was called home 'by 'the-u Bath 3 pm Sunday./Beggs Colored Funeral :Mr anii Sirs Ed Gibson en route to Mr Broadw VViftougbfey is vaea-

of his brother, Ray Wd'b.:, ... .Home in-charge. 1 Ftp ce; I I .##'II'II" 'III" 'II',*N tkming in Miami this week e 4.FRIDAY



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