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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: October 2, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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LIX No. 5 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, OCTOBFR 2nd. i
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Madison and PKYonge LEE NEWS NOTES


I :Mrs Louis Searcy had her sist .
Fight To Tie
i r, Mrs Effie Bezell of Indiana

'' come for a visit with her.

Mr and Mrs Charley Green of

Madison High School and P K ),K-ksonville came this week for a
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Yonge football teams wrapped up 5- '> or three days visit with her

all their scoring in the first i\\*> .K t!h-r. Mrs Viola Kent

quarters as they fought to a t>-" _'i 1-: Mamie Bell of Greenville

tie here last Friday night. eb Y ,' v a- over for a week end visit with
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Madh.on's'a'ne Gibbs provided satr ''"ati\es. Mrs Roll plans to move

a game-saving tackle on the la t 'a r I .. 'Y' p ) i ,K-k here in the near future.Mr .

play of the game as ,he ran dow+ : M E Whitty of Jacksonville
\' .:-, an overnight guest Saturday
P K Yonge halfback Charles La=,, a
1! Mr and Mis S E Whilty. they
field from behind after a 40->ard ; k ra
gain. \ \'ere among those attending home-

The stocky 165-pounder, the Red Il.ning. and reported a wonderful

Devils' leading tackler with 11! 1'I1e'
Mr: and Mrs Edward Brannan
halted fleet
stops, the halffyJ.'kon
the Madison 25. ,,nci two children, Jimmy and Becky. '

Gibbs had missed an attempt 1 .x r r o'' Perry, came Suday for a visit
r ; V th t Mr and Mrs C C Brannan.::
field goal from the visitors' _'I
Mi and Mrs L B McCullough of
with 30 seconds remaining. vS i.
d and and Mrs Clyde
ksonville Mr
F K Yonge opened scoring f'al'i--: cs i
I hi i,'radon of Lake City were guests
in the first quarter with La\fi elll! I ,i short while Sunday of Mrs
going over the doublestripc f. i"m s
'\\p Sutton.
four yards out.MaJson .
' \f r Bobby lti hilt)' of Marianna
came back strong in
I'i !'no over for a week end visit
the second period with Shut .
\, !ih his parents. Mr and Mrs J B
Walker punching across the line. : S'l rQ
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The key play of the scoring ; 5'i $ K a Mr and Mrs Billy McMullen and

drive was a pass play covering habof Jacksonville came for a
31 yards from Donnie Y
Floyd to x I' g x .
k > -It with relatives, and to be at
Billy Rutherford. :
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t homecoming at Hickory Grove.
The Red Devils were threatening : 'S
The friends of Mrs E B Williams
on their visitors' 25 when the half
ended. ; 4 : : rt> ret to know she is in the Madi-

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ttw
Floyd was the standout offensively
: nicely at last reports.Mr .
from the host club while ., ,...-- -- and Mrs James Bell and
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Charles Armstrong; helped out
tackle-mate Gibbs up front. BURNING UP THE NOTE TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 19th. Guest Speaker MAC CUNNINGHAM.: KIXCH : children of Columbus Ga. werO
week. While they
home for here
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CO-OP MANAGER A. L. TAYLOR burns a $19OORnote WALDREP, and DALTON MERCER watch attentively. painted the inside of their home.
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DEDICATION SUNDAY SOPCHOPPY
SCHOLARSHIP ATTEND FLORISTS -
NOTICE OF 1N-HOSPITAL
LIONS' CLUB I EXAMINATIONS TO FILL CONVENTIONMrs I
The new Shiloh Baptist church STATE SCHOLARSHIP I Dick Burnett went to Jack- Sopcnoppy High School's football

which has been in process of VACANCIES sonville Friday to attend the Southeastern team won a one-sided victoryover
I I Mrs A T Gibson entered Baptist Greenville High last Friday
building for some time, will be Florists Convention in session -
dedicated Sunday, Oct. 4th, at three Ilev Paul Touchton of Madisonand I there over the week end. Mr Memorial hospital. Jacksonville, night in Greenville 23: to 0, Crum

o'clock, an4 J the pastor. Rev JamesC Mr George Hales of Oklahoma Scholarship examinations will be, Burnett went down Tuesday to attend -I I Tuesday for treatment. Mr Gibson was the game's leading ball carrier,

Miller is inviting all to come I City, who is conducting services given Tuesday, October 13, begin I the closing program, and the! accompanied her and others of her averaging 23 yards a carry for

to the event. I ?.t the Methodist church here this ning at 8:30 a. m. Examinations I j I grand ball Tuesday night the climaxof family who have been with her the victors, besides scoring two

The dedication will week were visitors at the Lions' for white will be given,, I touchdowns. j
program embrace applicants the festivities. Mrs Burnett was are A T J r, Mrs Irene Andrews I II

music, both vocal and instrumental Club meeting Tuesday, and Mr at the Madison County Bookroom l on the decorations committee preparatory I Mn J A Davis, Mr and Mrs C I II I
Scripture reading, prayers Hales gave a dramatic story of his For Negro applicants, the examinations -j to the convention.Mrs i I I Dr F L Bush of Pinetta attendedthe
dedicatory address by Prof V L': own life and of his victory over will be given at the Madi- I I Vernon Ilagans, Mrs Carl Bevis and annual convention of the Florida

El kins, dedicatory ceremony, re- drink and disease through the graceof son Training School. Applicants for I Turner Davis was hostessto I f: Mrs Rodney Tyson of Live Oak, Osteopathir Medical AssociationS

marks and other features. God. teaching scholarship loans must be her bridge club Tuesday afternoon aid Rooert Andrews 28-30 at Hollywood.
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in Florida. for
college Applicants
playing contract- Prizes for high and
loans be ;
nursing scholarship must
second high score were awarded to
currently enrolled in nursing school :
Mrs C S
Mrs R C Dickinson and
v or must enroll no later than February -
Blalock.
1960. Successful applicants;
who are currently enrolled in school! -x-
will receive payment for the first Guests of Miss Dorothy Landon x

semester.To I over the week end were her parentsMr R

x and Mrs R E Landon of At- .
be eligible to participate in, S + '

e i I the examination the applicant must'I lanta. .

be a citizen of the United States! in the--State-- immediately 1aasitaa

a ,rp f (.i, and a bona fide resident of Florida I to practice following nursing graduation for ; # i f -f

(must have been living in Floridafor at least the number of years scholar- :

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for teaching scholarships must also: application forms is
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COUNTY PARTICIPATES IN Library System I have resided in the county represented -' supply sent to each County School s tIt s ;i '

REGIONAL LIBRARY Mrs Millmor and Mrs Leslie will ) six months). If the appli. being Superintendent and Dean of Educa- th&4 t

SYSTEM continue to serve the library in!I cant is under 21 years of age his i in area. Applicants shouldbe +) _
Madison. Hours for the Madison Floridafor tion your
i parents must have lived in
the application -
complete
instructed to VA
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library are 1 to 5 p. m. on each at least one year. j form in full and submit I i) -_- _

Madison County's Library Boardis weekday except Thursday, when the j) There scholarship i
are teaching ;,
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report
they
when
examiner JACK WADE Cities Service
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I the new in Madison
composed of Mrs Hyem Kramer,I library is closed. ; vacancies for 21 freshmen, 13'' it to I agent I
Mellous Moore Mrs Dan Chason, Mrs Ila Bowers will serve as a sophomores, and 24 juniors. Thereare to take the test. {poses beside truck for ,vour E-R photographer.
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Williams. which will be open Tuesdays and 1 senior is defined as a student { Luxurious appearance throughoutIDISTINCTIVE

Today marks Madison County's Thursdays from 3:30 to 5:30 p. m.1 i who plans to graduate before Sep- '

participation in the regional library and Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm. tember 1, 1960. The 66 scholarship | 60 CHEVY LINE j

setup including Hamilton. Gil- A large number of new books i vacancies will be awarded to the

christ Columbia. Lafayette, Su- I have been added.Information highest scoring applicants from the

wanneeiiid Ta\ lor Counties. This will be given about, state at large.

group llf
t'w' .uwannee Riser Regional when it is available. I Ixs1 leans are available: Nine (9)) Basic .

.,.,, ..._- -- Collegiate 300.00 per year) ; I: w tS .
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,., Diploma ($300. per year;) Twentyfive -

(25) Practical ($300. per year) ;

Forty-five (45) for Licensed Profes-
r' pIfF.n
I sional Nurses who wish to do ad- v

,i I vanced study leading to the Bache

.- '..-, '' S I II lor's degree ($500. per year in a

I Florida college and $2.000.09; per
e. q d: 'i R'va.frrp
:;;.' ,. year in an out of state college).
,_ I Tests will cover English, science,

social studies, and mathematics. A i
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".,. .,, ,' : scholastic aptitude test also will be v.
: ,: :,, _:, .. _. ',, ', '' :., '.. .- '. ,- I given. If a student took the scholar-
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: previous test score to count it will .
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the test. However h5 must ._.. : .
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examiner on October 13 indicating :
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HILLCREST DAIRY BAR One of Madison's newest
'the city and county where he took
businesses is Hillcrest Dairy Bar, operated by JOHN the March examination.Each .
Distinctively fresh styling increased comfort eludes four Impalas four Bel Ain (fHr-do
WARING. This popular establishment, located on U S winner of a teaching scholar- and chassis advances that promise improved sedan shown above), three Biscavnea and fir* I

90 near the North Florida Junior College has done a ship loan must agree to teach in the operating economy keynote the conventional line Station Wagons. In addition the Chevrolet d.Yr r

brisk business since opening a few weeks ago. public school of the State of Flori- of 1969 Chevrolet More luxariouly equipped play at dealer showroom will introdica tile

(E-K PHOTO) da and of nursing scholarship loans thaa sly premaa m.jeli, the preeUtiM in- revolutionary, compact aU-paaaeiicer ajc.L .



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THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA FRID\Y. OCTOBER 2nd, 1959
TAGC TWO __u_
Viola Johnson. CHURCH EMPHASIS WEEK BUSINESS WOMEN'S CIRCLE
BABY WARING
G-E Appliances HOSPITAL NEWS Mr and Mrs Howell Waring announce -I Discharges: John Simmons, Grant The Methodist churches in this I Miss Bennie Wilder was hostessto
Gibbs, Charlie Stevens Arie Lee area, of the Tallahassee District the Business Women's Circle ofthe
i the birth of a baby girl,
and and Janie observed Church Emphasis Week I Baptist church at her home
Branch baby Smith.
s bcrn Sept. 22. She weighed 6 lbs
I Howerton Supply Co. Admissions: L G Moon, Mrs and 12 ozs, and was named Marjorie Born to Arie Lee Branch a baby with a program Wednesday 7:30 pm. Monday night, with twelve mem-
----- Robbie Ann Waring, Mrs Simnue Ann. I boy on Sept. 25, weighing 9 lbs -. Sept. p3, in the First Methodist bers present.
Brock I I and 72 ozs. church. Churches represented were Miss Irene Williams, chairman,
MOTHER DIES Lou Pickles, Delton Mrs BABY PICKLES ,
Mrs Nannie Lewis of Shady Odel Pinkard, Miss Letoy Ragans,I Born to Charlyn Delaughter on Madison Greenville. Pinetta Cherry presided and led in the outlining
and Mrs D
Mr
Born to
Jack
27 baby He Lake, Rocky Springs, Shiloh. Jen- of plans and programs for the year.
died the past week in New Mrs Joyce Webb, Mrs Nonie Sept a boy. weighed
Grope;
of ,
Pickles Route 1 Madison on
Funeral was held Fridayat Meeks, Prentiss Cherry, Vernal L! 7 Ibs and 8 ozs. nings, Hanson, Lee and Hickory The program opened with devotional
Orleans. Sept. 22 a baby girl. She weighed
Mrs L
Pleasant Grove Baptist church in Webb, Raiford Harris, Mrs Lellah! Born to Lolita Johnson Sept 27, Grove. i given by Mrs Roy Milliron.
Shady Grove with burial there. I Williams, Mrs Virleen Hendry Dix-' 7 ibs and 4 ozs.BABY WEBB a baby boy weighing 7 Ibs and 3'.2 Dr Shuler Peele District Superintendent C Bruner gave the lesson from the
the seven surviving sons is on, Mrs Emma Griffin Randall of Tallahassee, read the Home Mission study.
Mr Among Woodrow Lewis, of Greenville.I Southall, Mrs Maybellme Thomas, Born to Mr and Mrs Truman ozsBorn to Beulah Lauria. Sept 27, Scripture and led the opening The hostess served delicious cake,
I Clifton Goodman. Webb on Sept 24, a baby boy a baby boy weighing 5 lbs and 3 prayer. sandwiches, sour cream and onion
Dress-in our Store $5.98 Discharges: Claude Hicks, James!I weighing 9 lbs. and 13 ozs. ozs. The program topic. Commissionsof dip with chips and wafers, and
Any DIXON
BABY
Dresses DeVane, Mrs Anne Tudor Mrs I i I The Church was divided into coffee.
One Rack-$100 I Born to Mr and Mrs Winfred I sub-topics and included education.
STORE Marie Hammock, Mrs Mary Ann
THE FAMILY Mrs Trudie Bass, Dixon on Sept 25, a baby girl. She I I missions, finances church extensionand
Roth and baby, Goodyear Tires $12.95 Mr and Mrs Albert Plant and
weighed 7 Ibs and 12'ozs. handledin
evangelism and was
Mrs Mary Lee Brown and baby, four children of Gainesville are here
Mrs A T Gibson, Miss Letoy Ra- BABY GRIFFINMr I separate groups in the form of this week end to visit Mr Plant's
FERTILIZERi gans, Delton Brock, James Bailey, and Mrs Jack Griffin an- 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type round-table discussions. Those who I mother, Mrs C M Plant and his
Mrs Ruth Gilliam, Mrs Simmie Lou I nounce the birth of a baby girl,I. attended and led in the discussions father, who continues a patient at
Pickles and baby Mrs Joyce Webb I born Sept. 25. She weighed 7 Ibs plus tax and recappable tire. i were the pastors the official board Madison County Memorial Hospital.
i Orders Honored and baby, Mrs Odel Pinkard, L G and 1 oz. members and other interested per-

Moon, Raiford Harris, Prentiss COLORED PATIENTS MESSERBattery sons. G-E AppliancesHowerton
IMP. CO. INC Cherry, Mrs Robbie Ann Waring Admitted: Jamie Smith, Arie Lee The Audrey Newman Circle was
VICKERS I and baby, Mrs Nellie Turlington, Branch Grant Gibbs, Rosa Lee &.Tare Co. in charge of the entertainment fea-
Mrs Mary Hutchinson and baby, Young, Beulah Lauria, Charlyn tures and served punch and small Supply Co.
Bullock Gaskins, Willie Williams. Delaughter, Lolita Johnson and cakes on the church lawn.
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I Registration Books I-Miss Freddie Love THE SQUAW'S NEWS | ATTEND FLORISTS -HURT IN FALL FROM HORSE
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Aluminum screens and frames Well E-R what is the matter I CONVENTIONf' I
haunt got a paper in 2 weeks so| Miss Toy Ragans fifteen-year-
I Open Through Oct 3 cost less than wood. : Smith To Wed I guess you got tired of my news. I Mrs Dick Burnett went to Jacksonville I old daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul
So I guess I want rite eny more!! Friday to attend the Southeastern Romans was injured in a fall froma
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. for I dont got no envelops this is Florists Convention in ses-:I horse Wednesday, at her home
J Registration books are open in The engagement of Miss Freddie my last one. sion there over the week end. Mr I i east of Madison, and was hospitalized
) the Court House each day from 9 "" I Love Smith and Jefferson Lee My chief liked to have died last Burnett went down Tuesday to attend for bruises, abrasions and &
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:unto 5 pm through Oct. 3, preced- Pcnnington Jr has been announcedby i Friday night he was takened at I the closing program, and the I slight concussion at the local hos-
( ing the special election Nov. 3. BUY BEMBRY FARM the bride elects parents, Mr and I 12 o'clock at night with calria grand ball Tuesday night the climaxof p.tal.; A loose girth was said to
A. E. RAGANS. Mrs Chandler Holmes Smith, of I mobis. I thought he was gone twice.j the festivities. Mrs Burnett was have caused the accident. She was
Supervisor of Registration. The 214 acre Bembry farm in the Jacksonville. The prospective bride- But he is some better today. on the decorations committee preparatory released from the hospital Friday.Mr .
I (Through Oct 2)) Hamburg area changed owners the groom's parents are Mr and Mrs J I Today is his birthday, he is 81 to the convention.Miss .

I past week. Purchasers were Mrs L Pennington also of Jacksonville. 'i years old, his sister was the only and Mrs Walter Williams
i C Miss Smith is a graduate of Julia j one here at his dinner. Another Lizzie Mays and Parkhill art; leaving this week end for
Clydie
Sharpton, J P Sharpton '
Landon High School. spell like that and he will} be gone Mays of Monticello, were visitors Charleston, S C, to visit their son
f FERTILIZERPurchase and David Sharpton. Broadus Mr Pennington graduated from well if I dont get a paper next here the past week guests of Mr I and daughter-in-law and Mrs
Willoughby handled the sale. Jacksonville High School and attended Friday why I will quit citing C P Kelly and Mrs Emmie Mays Walter Williams and son, for aKeck.
Orders Honored the University of Florida. THE SQUAWMr Howerton. .
Mr and Mrs Edward Dickinsonand The wedding will be an event of -v- -x-

VICKERS IMP. CO. INC. two children, Patsy and Jim November. and Mrs A V Withers, of Guests of Miss Dorothy Landonover Mrs George Westmoreland and
of Panama City, were week end Jacksonville are here for a several the week end were her parentsMr four children of Tallahassee, spent
guests of Mr and Mrs Robert ADS in this size type begin as low days' visit with her sister, Mrs J and Mrs R E Landon of At- Sunday here with her parents, Mr
I Mickler. as $1.00. B Hardee and Mrs Emma Carter. lanta. and Mrs J P Morrow.
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The product of nine years of research and needs no. antifreeze, provides quicker,
development, it's America's first truly com warmup with leas wear on parts It's the
pact car that retains the ride and 6-paseenger America's only car wWi an airplane l type horizontal engine :E. smooth world's first production 6 with the ultra-
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comfort you re used to in a big' one. .
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The key to this small miracle: e menca 8 onl y car with independent suspension at all 4 we",..

only rear-mounted' aluminum engine-a America's only car with an air-cooled aluminum engine! e ONE.pACKAGE POWER TEAM
lightweight 6 hat s so revolutionary it can
Wraps rear engine, transmission and differential -
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be packaged with the transmission and drive
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gears as one compact unit. less room, leaves you more.
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floor is virtually fiat, front and rear, so Q STYLING-PURE AND SIMPLE:

there's plenty of foot room for everybody. Clean, uncluttered lines shape both 4-door
Combined with Corvair's unique body- models-the de luxe Corvair 700 and tho
frame construction by Fisher this provides standard Corvair. Each has its own distinctive

interior spaciousness comparable to many W 0 e trim, and you get more vISIbilitypostwar
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conventional-sized cars. area many car

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the independent suspension of front wheels
Q FLAT FLOORCorvair
years ago-you get a poised, unruffled ride
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car can give you. And with them you The engine's in the rear where it belongs in a compact car! motorists are used to.
get outstanding economy and practicalitythat
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Chevrolet engineers had been content to
make the Corvair m rly.a sawed-off versionof Does away with conventional frame, incorporating I
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a big car. Corvair's size-some 5 inches frame unit that
gives you more inside room {
lower 2" feet shorter and 1,300 pounds with less weight. .
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about Corvair is its remarkably low' price for smooth, road- C OIVaiir
Your dealer's the man to see for all the abort hugging ride.

weet details. You Kate yew choice of lico Conairs-thu one's the standard model Optional* varan*. BY CHEVROLET
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"" See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer

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who work for you to support churches and charities to be invested in more kinds
of merchandise for your"'selection and convenience...to improve service facilities. and

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WILLIAMS HWD. & ELECTRIC CO. HOLTON'S, Inc. DAYLIGHT DEP'T STORE
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I RAGANS MOTOR CO. THE VAN H. PRIEST CO. MADISON CLEANERS

WAYNE W. WEGER Jeweler
GROOVER TRACTOR CO.
THE ECONOMY STORE
. .. MICKLER'S LAUNDRY

; 'WELLS FURNITURE CO. SETZER'S MADISON HOME CENTER

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. EAGLE DEP'T STORE
MADISON DRUG STORE
RADIO STATION WMAF
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DUNN FURNITURE CO. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
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WESTERN AUTO STORE
THE ROSERY '-.
MAC'S FURN. & APPLIANCE CO.
THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER '
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GIRARDIN JEWELERSFor ?! NOW IS THE TIME

Don't Throw That
j The big Christmas season means Slick

SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL big profits for AVON repre-
I sentatives. Join us today. Write
a/z&ctiei tfjoft/fieinift. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY AVON, Box 3103 Tallahassee, I
EXPERT REPAIRING I Florida. Tire !
away
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\v.\ B. Davis Jr. .l I
I. STORE FRONT BRIDAL BRING IT TO THE
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REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: L SERVICEVALDOSTAGA.
Designing and Installation OPENED!
ACREAGE FARMS I
COLUMBIA GLASS & PAINT CO.
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL North Florida
Lake City, Fla. Phone 1227 : Recapping CompanyOn
ESTATES RESIDENTIALAPPRAISALS NEW FLOWER SHOP IN
. . . QUITMAN, GA.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE 303 No. Patterson j U. S. 90, opposite Ragans Motor Co.
FOR RENT or SALE: Two bed Flowers for All Occasions
TITLE INSURANCE
112 West Base StreetMADISON' room house facing Cherry Lake. Madison, Fla.
Quitman Flower
See Shop
FLORIDA ROBERTS. GROCERY or I
Phone Cherry Lake 8396. 4-4t-ch J. D. Scruggs and
get
new tire
Phone HU 3-6277 ------ Bus Station Bldg. service out of it
FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished j
FORESTER MRS MARY ELIZABETH PHILLIPS .
BROADUS WILLOUGHBY apartment, and a newly furnished REGISTERED
I i SURVEYOR WE ALSO HAVE
Owner
REALTOR garage apartment. Apply MRS Ph. HU 36186MADISON I RE-CAP TIRES FOR SALE
Phone, office HU 3-6481 J J NEWMAN, Phone HU 3-2523, FLA. Phone 9781 7351 Quitman. Ga.
Phone residence. HU 3-6481 311 North Range St. 4-4t-ch I
:MADISON FLORID i They will give you all the Tread Service A New, Tire

FOR SALE: Two bdrm House. FEDERAL I will, or more, and at much less
HELP LAND BANKFarm cost
Thoroughly finished. Lg Living WANTED ;JQHNW.WADSWORTflRegistered\ I Yours
room. On lot & half. Yellow] Pine, Timber for tire conservation
Ranch Loans
Sub-Division. Only $300.00 down, -- I
$.0. month. You can become successful in I Long Terms Low Interest I SurveyorPhone I NORTH
I business I
for
I yourself. Opportunity SEE THE REPRESENTATIVE AT HU 3J372MADISON. :? CO.
FOR SALE: Baby bed and mat;i now in Madison County. For information THE MADISON COURT HOUSE:I FLORIDA FLORID.RECAPPINC
see C E HOWE 914, EVERY TUESDAY II I
tress, in excellent condition. MRS White MORNING j I
St., Live
writeItAWLEIGH'S
W, H. SIMPSON, Phone HU Oak or I I :
COUNTY I
,
DEPT. FAJ-140-534 COURT
32586. 5-lt-pd Memphis, Tenn. I Look for Eagle's big ad' -- ---
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Oct. 2, 16, 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20, pd Spencer Admas Feimster, drunkenness -! FRIENDSHIP CLASS---
FOR SALE: Seminole oats, $1.40 For your grinding and mixing .
bushel $25 or thirty days. Fall Merchan The Friendship Class of the First I
; germination 91.5%
per on new
farm
Calvin Alexander improper passing -' Baptist church will have a covered on your call WEST
noxious other weeds.
no or WANTED
Men
: or Women for full
WANTED $25 or ten days. dish supper, and class meeting END MILLING COMPANY,
: Experienced farmhand
with mechanical ability. or Madison part time County year to around make work$1.83 in Gilbert Melvin Thomas, violation] j dise on Page Twenty. t Monday, October 5, at 6 Pn>. in Quitman; Ga. Call phone 4971
of
restricted the Education
driver's license, the
Building at
Good pay, house furnished. per hour. No car necessary. sentence withheld. I church. j collect.
SAMPALA LAKE FARMS, Phone Phone MRS. W. E. WILSON HU < ""
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PLACE FOR SALE: On Highway I h 8257, 7-9 p. m._ ___ 5-4t-ch= I
90, two miles west of Greenville WANTED: EXPERIENCED SALES-

Fla. Business with living LADY. Full time work, references STOP! LISTEN !
quarters combined. G B GIL- preferred, for local or out of town t
LEAN, R 3, Box 57, Greenville, ]lady. LA RUE'S SHOP, CASTLE

Florida. 3-4t-pd PARK, VALDOSTA GA. 5-lt-ch
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FOR SALE: House trailer, 1939: -
Great Lakes, 50 x 10 feet, 3-1 I MALE HELP WANTED -
bedrooms, 8-months old. Equity caliber Wonderful, energetic Opportunity men between for ages high IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO BUILD ANYTHING

$1450. Stop after 1:00
by anytime 21 to 45 with old reliable Insurance
and make an offer. Lo-

just cated pm north in Lee of, U me Fla.S,90.City JACK limits R, Ii ing Company.you program have Excellent the during above training pay qualificationscall and period.train- Hog Pens Chicken Houses-A New Home or Repair Your Old One


BLACK. 4-lt-ch HU 3-2369 any time for ap-

FOR SALE: Three bed-room housein pointment. 4-4t-ch SEEMEFIRSTWe

Lakeside Terrace, unfurnished. CURB GIRL Wanted. HILLCREST

Phone WHEELER.HU 36723. MRS GRAHAM 4-2t-ch DAIRY BAR. 4-lt-ch have the Largest Stock of Good Used Building

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FOR SALE: Practice piano. See

leen's MRS HAZEL Beauty Parlor WEST, ,or at call Kath-HU pared WORKING to take MOTHERS care of your: I am childrenat pre- Materials in South Georgia or North Florida

my home. Any day; also Mon- .
3-6762 after 6_ pnu__4-tf-ch,, day, Tuesday, Thursday and Sdt- .\ : r "'.1- EVERYTHINGf-> '
urday nights, if desired. MRS. G ANYTHING AND

PUBLIC OPINION INTERVIEWERS O PURVIS, 928 S. Range St, Phone
HU 36408. 2-3t-ch ----- --
wanted for part time inter-

viewing assignments in the vicini- For PEGGY NEWTON Cosmetics, 100 Used Bath Tubs 10,000 ft Pipe, Galvanized 2500 Light Fixtures
ty of Madison. Evening work is
Please write call MAE WILSON Cherry Lake Black & Cast Iron
frequently necessary.
Box 183, Princeton. New Jersey, Madison.8352, or write R 3, Box 136, 50 Electric & Gas Water 1500 Doors 1500 Switch and Plug-in Boxes

stating educational background, 1-2t-pd
experience and telephone number. Heaters 20,000 ft of Electric Wire, 150 Kitchen Sinks, all kinds
2-3t-ch I I Wanted: Married man All Sizes
2,000 Ibs Plumbers Lead Pipe
Fittings .
--- 75 Lavatories
age 25-45 for estab-- V-Crimp & Corrugated Metal
QU111AN 2500 Windows All kinds of Fuse & Braker'

TELEVISION SERVICE lished Credit Clothing 150 Good Commodes all kinds and all sizes Boxes



401 E Stevens St. Route. Good car LUMBER-LUMBER-tUMBER

We Repair

RECORDPLAYERSAUTOMOBILE Commission

RADIOS necessary. Yes 1,000,000 ft of it Heart Pine and Oak1x4
ALL MAKES OF T-V SETS Cypress
AND HOME RADIOS pay. Write, P. 0. ,
Work guaranteed satisfaction 1x6 1x8 1x10 1x12 2x2 2x4 2x6 2x8 2x10 2x12 4x4 4x6 4x8 6x6 Cx8 6x10 4" ;
PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE Box 1311 Valdosta
OUR WAY OF SAYING 8x10 8x12 10x12 12x12


Phone"THANK 9481 Quitman YOU", Ga. Ga. 23tchWANTED You Name It

Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers'

: Two curb girls and a
BEFORE SELLING your timber night cook. Curb service 3
p. m.
or timber land please see me. Ware to 12 p. m, at WHITE-TOP 10,000 ft. Moulding 5000 ft Door & Window Casing Front Porch Columns, AH Sizes,
also interested in buying a DRIVE-IN U S
limited amount of pine-hardwood Madison. on 53 south 3-lt-ch of 50,000> ft. 1x3, 1x4, and 1x6 I I up to 20. ft. high

pulpwood] delivered by truck to Flooring 6500 ft 1x6 Square Edge
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. WANTED: Some nice, soft, clean Siding 30,000 ft. Beaded Ceiling
See, write or call rags. No buttons or woolens. THE

Rt. 3 L., Madison P. GIBSON Florida ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. I COME ON DOWN AND SEE US. WE WILL SAVE YOU UP TO
WANTED: Two waitress ,
one from
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 !
7 fim to 1\ am, and one from 50% of Your Building Material Cost
Picking, shelling hauling corn 4 pm to 12 pm, and one curb 'I
S E DUVAL, phone Cherry Lake girl 4 pm to 12 pm. Salary (20 .
8275." 51-Gt per week. PIG AND PLATE I We also do remodeling
repairing-new additions
RESTAURANT, Valdosta, G*. ,
house.C.
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom
4-1t-pd

or. T.HU McWILLJAMS 3-6352. HU 3-6275 j: REWARD for whereabouts 1956 I Roofing and Siding. No down payment. UP TO 5 yrs. to pay

Johnson 30 hp motor, serial RJE-
FOR RENT with private 1
: Room
bath at my home MRS C M 18c stolen from my place at I PAUL WILLIAMSON\ db
I Cherry Lake, Fla. TIIEO MURRAY a
PLANT, 415 S. lorry St. Phone phone 2031, Quitman, Ga. I ,
HU 3-0650. 5-lt-ch

I FOR RENT: Two-bedroom unfurnished -!i iI STOCK AUCTION 44tchLIVE : SOUTH GEORGIA FENCE & CONSTRUCTION

house' on Oak Drive. Call I SELL: your cattle and hogs in our '
HOWARD STUDSTILL office auction each Monday. Sales start at
phone 1136106, res.' ence : 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK !17V.. JORDAN STREET,
phone HI' 3-t 630. 5-tf-ch YARDS. Monticello. Fla. 3-tf-ch MADISON, FLORIDA
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GOOD NEWS

BACK FOR MORE!


to offset current hog pricesi 7o.
: Over half of all Northwestern Mutual life insurance .

policies go to old customers coming back for more. They



i I $8 OFF PER TON :i like POBERT LARRY what Plr-SON A.they CRAWFORD; get. Northwestern lJ4iltkS



I). o. BOX 307 Mutual

I KU 3-6424

all Ful-0-Pep Hog Supplements I

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and Pig FeedsTo STATE NOTICE EXAMINATIONS SCHOLARSHIP OF SCHOLARSHIP TO FILL I Keaton Beach On


VACANCIES I The Gulf
help lower your hog production costs and save .

you more, Ful-O-Pep gives you an $8 discount per Scholarship examinations will begiven :{ I Mr and Mrs Frank Graham and Any Dress in our--Store-$5.98
Tuesday October 13, begin-
15 ( three children and Mrs A H Hancock One Rack--$100 Dresses
November
off list if before I
price buy
ton
you ning at 8:30 a. m. Examinations Water front lots priced from
( spent the week end at Ft. TIlE FAMILY: STORE
for white applicants will be givenat : $995. 10% down, balance to|I' Gcines, Ga, visiting :Mrs Hancock's --- --
1959.You the Madison County Bookroom. 1
can't afford to pass up top quality feeds For Negro applicants, the examinations -I suit. Safe, clean bathing beach, mother, Mrs M E Peterson. Mrs :
1 Graham and daughter Tove stopped
today. will be given at the Madi- good fishing and hunting, just
plus bigger hog profits, so see us in Tallahassee when en route home,
son Training School Applicants for the spot for your Beach Home,I, where the little girl underwent a FERTILIZERPurchase
Your visit is bound to pay off teaching scholarship loans must be
I or week-end Retreat at a price check-up.
Orders Honored
currently enrolled in an approved J -- I
: college in Florida. Applicants for:;; unequalled any place on the '

REEVES FEED COMPANYPhone currently nursing scholarship enrolled in loans nursing must schoolor be1 I coast. 20 mi. S. W. of Perryon i G-E Appliances VICKERS IP. CO. INC.

HU 3-2213 Madison, Fla. I II must enroll no later than February -\ Hwy. S361 (soon to be competed -i Howerton Supply Co. '}
1960. Successful applicants' south via Steinhatchee).i

who are currently enrolled in school' Come see us, or write P. 0. --- -- ----
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''" '. will receive for the first i I i C C C C XS' i G C r" 7i
payment Box 301
Perry, Florida.
semester. | GAR NSEE )
f The congregation of St. Mary's I To be eligible to participate in' 4-6t-pd FRESH I
I Episcopal church had a parish 'I
the examination the applicant must
I Wednesday evening in the
FERTILIZERPurchase Parish supper House. A large attendance be a citizen of the United States FOX GO-BOY: CARTS

; of the membership and a number and a bona fide resident of Florida I HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. ONION SETS, TURNIP, MUSTARD, COLLARD, CABBAGE,
( (must have been living in Florida:
Orders Honored of visitors enjoyed: the supper anda for at least one year, and applicants i gi CARROTS, BEETS AND RUTABAGA
period of fellowship.
for teaching scholarships must also;
ly hunting. That means don't travel,
VICKERS IMP. CO. INC. have resided in the county represented -i
cross fences and so forth with a
six months). If the applicant -
loaded GA. RED SWEET POTATOES 3 Ibs. 25c
I gun. Don't take shots at
;Jumbo Hamburg 30c.I II is under 21 years of age his I
hard surfaces. Many a tragedy has
-- --- I Choicest of Steaks and Sea I I parents at least must one have year.lived in Floridafor been caused by ricocheting bullets.

Foods at WHITE TOP I Don't scoop up mud with your
I II
DOCTORS BREAKING There are teaching scholarship 1 BUSHEL $3.00See
SMOKING HABIT DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, vacancies for 27 freshmen, 15: muzzle. Make sure you always havea
I clear barrel, but don't look in the
; south' of Madison. 3-lt-ch sophomores, and 24 juniors. There i business end to find out. Keep
''! are no vacancies at the senior level i
BOSTON (AP) Massachusetts' HAWAIIAN ISLANDS((FHTNC) I A senior is defined as a student' guns empty and locked away from us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT-
children. And use the catch
doctors safety
report pronounced changesin Marine Lance Cpl James ThomasJr I who plans to graduate before Sep- "
their own smoking habits in the of Route 3, Box 54, Greenville, tember 1, 1960. The 66 scholarship except tyou're: ready to shoot. VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS
last five )'ears. Now, almost all Fla. participated in an amphibious: vacancies will be awarded to the 1 "And finally, said Dr Parks,
teen-agers should "be sure to have a good, well
say be warned
training exercise Sept. 20 to 23, in' highest scoring applicants from the
they risk lung cancer from cigarette the Hawaiian Islands while serving I II I state at large. j stocked first aid kit with you and J. L SURLES & SONS
smoking, a in the New '' make sure every member of the
survey Eng-
The
: with the First Marine Brigade.MESSER following nursing scholarshiploans
land Journal of Medicine reported '' party knows how to use it. Plentyof
--- -- available Basic'
today. are : Nine (9) common sense and no nonsense! 108 S. Horry, Phone HU 3-2395, Madison Fla.
Collegiate $500.00 per year) ;
More than 93 per cent of 4,576 I Twenty-seven ((27)) Professional will. make your hunting trip a safe

physicians polled by representatives' Diploma] ($300. per year;) Twenty-!, success." cxssxs.; VKSsssssKaatt- c xxx
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of the New England Deaconess five (25)) Practical ($300. per year); i
Hospital Cancer Research Institute ; Battery & Tire Co. II Forty-five (45) for Licensed Profes- YOU THE
OFFERS
and the Harvard School of Public I i sional Nurses who wish to do advanced -i DOWIING'S

Health favored warning youth of > offers New Goodyear 670 x 15 All I j study leading to the Bachelor's -
the potential dangers from smoking '
Weather tube-type tire for only degree ($500. per year in a
cigarettes. j'j l $12.95 plus tax and recappable tire Florida college and $2,000.00 per
FOLLOW UP STUDY I t year in an out of state college). BEST BUY YOU HAVE EVER SEEN

The five-year follow-up study of,I ---- II Tests will cover English, science,I
a survey made in 1954 was reported -I social studies, and mathematics. A
Those smoking only cigars and-
by Dr Leonid S Snegireffand I scholastic aptitude test also] will be
Miss Olive M Lombard of the I or pipes now total 17 per cent. gi\en. If a student took the scholarship ROOM GROUP
hospital research institute and the i The number smoking cigarettes I'I test last March and desires hisI (IN A LIVING
Harvard school. fell from 52 per cent to 39 per
t previous test score to count it will
Among the 4 per cent who opposed cent.There I j not be necessary for him to re-
educational was a 40 per cent drop .
an campaign, some :'" the test. However he
r, must
Sofa Bed 95
in the proportion smoking a pack-
expressed the opinion that teenagers su..mit another application to the
would not heed the advice. age or more per day. I' examiner on October 13 indicating Platform Rocker
Others said such a campaign would Half of the current smokers report -i the city and where he took
county
TV Chair
b- in view they use less than a pack
of
hopeless
heavy sums the March examination.Each .
spent by cigarette advertisers. j. each day and some of these use winner of a teaching scholarship I 0 Two End Tables
MORE NONSMOKERSIn only one or two cigarettes in a ,
: loan must agree to teach in the Coffee Table
five years the percentage of month. 1 public schools of the State of Florida -
Research
Two
The Tobacco Industry Lamps
doctors who do not smoke at all' : and of nursing scholarship loansto
Committee contends that there has Pillows
Two Throw
jumped from 34 45
per cent to practice nursing in the State immediately -
smoking causes
been no proof that
cent, the said.
per survey following graduation for
lung cancer. Choice of
at least the number of years scholar- Piece Living
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supply of application forms is Room Group Colors

bring sent to each County School

Superintendent and Dean of Educa-

ATTENTION : I tion in your area. Applicants shouldbe II

instructed to complete the application -
form in full and submitit
i
to the examiner when they report -
RESTAURANT ANDOPERATORS to take the test. I


FIREARMS MORE DEADLY
BAR
THAN POLIO


JACKSONVILLE Firearms dis-

We carry in stock a complete line of Libby's charged by accident, killed fifty-nine I
; times as many men and boys in

(Owens-Illinois) glassware. We also carry in i:. Florida last year as did polio. I II
: This figure was brought to light I
this week as the State Board of I
stock alIl kinds restaurant equipment-pots ,
pans Health took cognizance of the imminence

silverware dishes tables chairs and bar stools. of the hunting season and .
its periodic deaths and injuries from

accidents with guns.

i i Bureau of Vital Statistics figures !

SOUTHERN SALVAGE COMPANY ( showed that 65 persons were killed I
by accidentally discharged guns in
: the state in 1958. Only one person Same Suite I
111 S. Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga.
died of polio. Six of the gunshot

deaths were women. Most, or many, r i in Heavy Guage, I
1 of the rest, being men and boys,
--. -- -- -- can be presumed to have occurredin Plastic Covers-$1G9.95 '
t-
hunting or caring for guns usedin
ALBRnTON BROS. hunting, officials said. YOU CAN GET IT WITH CREDIT AT :

"The rules for firearms safetyare

well known to every gun

TRACTOR CO. i owner," said Dr L L Parks, Jjirecj -

j tor of the Bureau of Special Health
gj FIFTH STREET J Services "but. like safe driving DOWLING FURNITURE CO.
TEL FO 2-2381
II i rules, they need frequent repeat-
YOUR MASSEYFERGUSONDEALER ing."

"Don't shoot just because something

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the same as front the Student BREAKS ARM IN FALL
YOU ARE INVITED TO Loan Fund. I FROM HORSE
i The Presidents of the Colleges -

Vertle's Salon concerned shall report the status of I I Suzarn Burnett, eleven-j'ear-old:
Beauty NOTICE all loan accounts to the Madison daughtter of Mr and Mrs George
County Board of Public Instruction Burnett Jr of Cherry Lake is in
i in not less than thirty (30) Pineview hospital under treatmentfor
Formerly Kathleen'sLadies days after the close of each
II I semes- a broken upper arm just be
ter.Mr 10the shoulder. ,
; and Children's } Due to rising costs, it has been necessary to raise Emil Ball, Architect, pre- Suzann received the injury in a
sented preliminary plans for PhaseII fall from a horse at her home Sat
: construction at North Florida urday morning. The accident was
' LATEST HAIR STYLING ? minimum water rates fifty cents and adjust Utility Taxesto Junior College. Following a care-[ occasioned by the saddle slipping

1 fol review of these plans by the I due to a loose girth.BROTHER .
t PERMANENTS, FACIALS a maximum of $5.00.CITY Board, a motion was offered by
, Mr McLeod to approve these plans
t MANICURES, SHAMPOOS a. and forward them to the State DIES
Department of Education, Archi-
! AND SETS : :, COMMISSIONERSCITY tects Section, for approval This John McCall Howard died ia ....
motion was seconded by Mr Smith, Quitman Sept. 24. Funeral services
c r and carried. were held there Friday. He wasa
II OF MADISON There being no further business brother of Mrs Bessie Cowart of
VERTLE BRINSON the Board adjourned. Cherry Lake.

s/MARCUS W. CHERRY JR-
II New Manager I... ... i i i I Chairman.ATTEST .

.i MABEL RAGANS HAZEL WEST, Operators feles>< of the Board of I service safety, the their upper locations levels as could well not as s/GRIFFIN: BISHOP, Secretary.Mrs G-E Appliances f

the adequately sized, centrally located .

} Phone HU 3-6230 Setzer's Shopping Center, Madison Public Instruction is stairwells now being used.It Sam Breeden attended the Howerton Supply C..
our hope that this reportis Southwestern Apparel Show in .
sufficient for your needs and Miami Beach during the week end.
MADISON COUNTY. FLORIDA we look forward to our continued

September 17, 1959 pleasant association. Please let us :
\ The Board met in regular sessionon have your wishes should you de- LOW
.I the above date with all members sire further assistance on this work. SAYE
I present. The meeting was called to Very sincerely yours, r PRICESSTAMPS
!i order by the chairman, Mr MarcusV I SMITH & GILLESPIE ASSOCIATES -
Cherry. I s/E G BALL, ArchitectMr Jij({
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The following letter was pre- Smith offered a motion instructing -
sented to the Board: the secretary to call for A1\\ N
Vl:': Q | September 5, 1959 I bids for fire proof doors to be installed GRE
at Madison School!'
Subject: Madison County High I High
School Fire Escapes II and Greenville High 'School. This *
Dear Griffin: motion was seconded y11" Dugan, i
and! carried. ,
On August 25, 1959, the above
The following recommendation Quantity Rights
subject school was inspected for : \tLZAJiI Good
I was presented to the Board Dr' Reserved Prices
the purposes of determining adequacy by
i : 'r0 5 thru Sot. Oct. Jri
Marshall
Hamilton
President of
in means of egress available j I STOR

to upper floor levels. All floor ;, North Florida Junior College: I ". .... .,'" _'v
levels were examined including the !I Mrs Robert A Kennedy, Direc-
lower sub-grade area. As a result., tor of Licensed Practical Nurses '
of this investigation we submit the I|,: Program, NFJC. Mrs Kennedy is ._ Clip This Coupon
I following report on our findings i'|': fully certified for this position.I'
This Certificate Entitles You To
Mrs Kennedy was appointed
with certain immediate and long I I upon
range recommendations. motion by Mr McLeod seconded by
In our opinion the stair well I!. Mi Bailey and carried. 1OOtGREEN STAMPSFREE
If you want top-notch service. locations for upper floor levels I The following policies covering
are excellent with regard to the internal accounts for NFJC and ,
tot your insurance dollar distance traversed from the most I Suwannee River Junior College AT YOUR NEAREST

'-> remote areas with only one ex- were adopted by the Board upon ; WINN-DIXIE STOREVoid
for fast ception. Those students in the east i motion by Mr Smith, seconded by ,
At-tJur policyholder, you can count on us ;' wing are somewhat remote and Mr Dugan, and carried: j After Limit On Coupon to Adult with

,; efficient service in any emergency: fire burglary could be easily cut off from stairwell -I j Policies concerning the internal Oct. 3rd. $10.00 or More Food Order. .
call exits in the event of a serious accounts of NFJC and SRJC. ]
.. Auto accident. Whatever your problem, us
fire However, a means of egress i The NFJC and SRJC shall estab-!
Wb'rc_ sure we can help 'c u1dt be established for these stud-,! lish the following accounts in the LARGE..(Umit 2 with $5.00 or more Food Order)
ents over the roof area connecting depository: '
to adjacent buildings. It is\\' A. General Fund (Clearance

MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY recommended that the window at Account) ; TIDE 2 Pk9..49
the end of the east wing be removed B. Activity Fund (Student) j ,
and subsequently replaced C. Scholarship Fund ;
108V.. Pinckney.: Telephone HU with emergency fire exit shutters. D. National Defense Student'

3-6232f. This would necessarily need to be Loan Fund ;
Ripfittnllng the Hartford Fire Insurance CofnpaHy arranged so as to prevent a pile uP' The following accounts shall be
at the exit. If this exit is well. established within the bookkeeping
GARDEN CLUB County -Agent---Hamrick- --, and-H D';i', marked as a fire exit and all records of. the NFJC and SRJC: ;
j I students are advised as to proper A. General Fund (Clearance SHO Rt
I Agent Mrs Zipperer. j j I evacuation procedure, then the Account) :

The regular meeting of the Garden I The speakers of the evening, S ARose ,,, hazard would be eliminated with B. Activity Fund (Student) \
Club will bo held at 7:30 Tues- and Dr G C liar will present !j urgently i i! C. Scholarship FundD.
advise that all students occupying Student Loan FundE.
day evening in the Madison County programs on propagation of flowers t]
National Defense Student
classrooms in this east \
Agricultural Center with I
the
Circle as hostesses., Dogwood and ornamental plants, soil and fer-I wing be instructed and drilled Loan Fund I 339\
tilization. and the use of foliage'I II' immediately in using the existing. All student fees shall be de- ,
This meeting will be the conclusion I
plants and flowers in home dccora-j window for a fire exit and that posited upon receipt to the General
of !
series of
a a landscape and
j it be so marked. Pile up hazard is \\Fund (Clearance Account). The' \
Garden School programs sponsoredby tion. There will be no fee for this i very bad in using the window as Student Activity Fees shall be
the Extension Division of Gaines- program. All members urged to at- is and the renovation should be transferred by check drawn on the
ville under the supervision ofj j tend. accomplished as soon as possible. General Fund (Clearance Account) 'i
The central stairwells should have and deposited to the credit of the
immediate attention with regard to Activity Fund (Student) in not more
fire doors. Flush, hollow metal than thirty ((30)) days after close of .

doors using wire glass view panels registration.All SUNNY
should be Installed at each floor other fees collected including, AND SMOKED
level including the basement. These breakage fees, shall be transferred:;
doors should be equipped with auto- by check drawn on the General''j' H
matic door closers of a type that Fund (Clearance Account) to the!! :
does not have a hold open feature.If Madison County Board of Public ; /.
NE\V HO IFS it is desirable for the doors to Instruction within fifteen ((15) days I "
remain open, then a fusible link after the end of the semester, provided ;
holder only should be provided so that no transfer shall be' ,;ke;
that the doors would close im- made later than June 30. I k 4 3

Let's take advantage of F.H.A. mediately in case of fire. Door I|i All funds received establishing I L6. II
sills should be inspected to determine -'' scholarships from individuals, firms j
loans and start living in your if proper fire stops were or corporations shall be depositedin

own home. Very little to no( installed between the corridors and, the depository to the credit of
down payment. stairwells. j i the Scholarship Fund. All monies !
Central stairwells were found to1 I made available to students from the ,
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Will be in Madison Tuesday, be enclosed by a solid masonry ; Scholarship Fund shall be dis
wall which affords protection for, bursed by check drawn against the ,
,
Oct. Gth from 10:30 to 5:30 ,
the stairwell area. However, the Scholarship Fund Account. The E
at The Enterprise-Recorder of- wood stairways should be removedand check and stub shall bear notations

fice to assist you with select- replaced with a steel and clearly indicating by name, the siiiK'
concrete installation. This would scholarship paid to the student.All .
hijr plans and working detailsof '
necessarily need to be accomplished funds made available to' ,
your loan. during the summer recess. I I NFJC and SRJC as loan funds
SUMMARY !! except National Defense Loan Funds
If you would like to contactme Should those steps be taken that shall be deposited in the Scholar- iF.89;
prior to Tuesday either we have recommended as im- ship Bank Account. A separate ti.ti.1R
mediately desirable the fire exit:; record shall be maintained within .
write Box 604, Moultrie, Ga.,
hazards would be greatly minimized. the bookkeeping system of the
or Phone YUkon 5-3259. These txlude fire doors on main Colleges containing the following
NO OBLIGATIONS FREE stairwells and east wing window information: i
ESTIMATES renovation. The long range; plan1 1. The name of the individual. 1
of fireproof stairways is necessary firm, or corporation establishingthe -
for satisfactory' safety and shouldbe loan fund. Y .

accomplished at the first avail-t 2. The name of the borrower. j u. S. N 0, J ...'., I
I
TOM i ] G. WILLIAMSBox able opportunity. j 3. The amount borrowed. : WHITE '
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Maintenance and janitor personnel -j 4. The date and amount of repay-
p
601MOULTRIE should be advised not to ment of the loan. I ILBS Ii
store materials under the stairwells' 5. A file for notes receivable. I i I otatO
GA. and this area should be checked ; AU funds made available to the ; S
Phone YUkon 5-3259 regularly, especially until fireproof; NFJC and SRJC for student loans j i
stairwells are installed. It is worth'' under the National Defense Student i:
mentioning that this area was found' Loan Fund shall be deposited in 10
to be clear of debris at the time of the National Defense Student Loan; 291
inspection. i: Fund Bank Account Separate!
We recommend revisions of the records of this Account shall be ;
existing stairwells due to their exjcellent maintained within the bookkeeping (
locations. Although the ad-' system of the Colleges. The procedures I' t
dition of exterior steel fire escapes -! for keeping records of .her.
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For a full line of Charles Chester's s tt. .
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I Hunting Clothing & Shoes SE -2] _

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SPECIAL THROUGH OCTOBER 11th r' ,-
National Sweater Week is being
I I observed at LUCILE'S DRESS '
Thermal-Insulated Boots
for Men
SHOP with a beautiful array of '
colors in Ban-Lon sweaters, rang
ing in price from $6.98 to $10.98. ,
$19.95 water proof Adding extra value is the fact that I z

any color may be perfectly matched Y

FULL LINE OF MEN AND LADIES SHOES with a Skirt of 100% Wool Wedg- f i
moor Flannel at the modest priceof ;.
AIR-CUSHIONED SHOES SOLES $6.98. Newest of colors have I A \
been selected so that two perfectly

CECIL MEDDERSPhone matched sets may be also mixed
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to make four attractive outfits. a .
Each additional style sweater or

HU 3-C875 Madison, Fla. skirt will multiply the many possi- .
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Quality that even a modest budgetcan
Miss Freddie Love
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afford. r
Goodyear Tires $12.95
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Smith To WedThe
670 x 15, All-Weather; tube-type. ,.., .,.

plus tax and recappable tire. I Look for Eagle's big ad
I engagement of Miss Freddie
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Love Smith and Jefferson ..
MESSER Lee r I .a
Pennington Jr has been announcedby : oa new Fall Merchan-! J F
the bride elects Mr and
parents,
Battery & Tire Co. Mrs Chandler Holmes Smith, ofJacksonville. "
dise S 5
Page Twenty.HEALTH 1
The prospective bride- :, on .
gioom's parents are Mr and Mrs J
--- L Pennington also of Jacksonville.!I

THE WEATHER I Miss Smith is a graduate of Julia --
I Landon High School. !

I Mr Pennington graduated from; .
II
Week ending September 29th, 1939 Jacksonville High School and attended -I I
the University of Florida. .
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Wednesday 89 G6 .00 J I The wedding will be an event of '-....' \ r:: ,
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Thursday Friday 90 89 70 68 .00.00 November. TOPICS?!, ,-' -- : rr ;5x

Saturday 92 66 .0 0 THE SQUAWS NEWS :rr :
Sunday 91 70 .00 -
A S ers Ie of Your Doctor Monday 91 68 .0 0 Well E-R what is the matter I I Your Eocal! Medical Sor .. .. -
Tuesday 90 69 .00 I Florida Medical AssociationYOUR
havent got a paper in 2 weeks so

Total .00 I I guess you got tired of my news.,I BABY'S TEETIH.

Rainfall week ending Sept 26th So I guess I want rite eny more Teething time is a trying: liver
for I dont got no envelops. this is" for many mothers. Baby's tu.t tI
Gibson
at Tower 0.10 in, Lovett
i last one. teeth usually appearbetwec-'
Tower 0.20 in. Aucilla Tower 0.10 j my I the sixth and eighth month c t i iI
L My chief liked to have died last
In, Sinclair Tower 0.10 in, Mill I life. When no teeth appear by
I! Friday night he takened at paradise
Creek Tower None, Madison forestry was i the eighth or ninth month there
in. j 12 o'clock at night with calriamobis. sometimes is a suspicion of .
headquarters 0.10 t
j I thought he was gone twice. Wrong feeding.No .
Sun rises Oct 2nd 6:28 am, sets .
.
knows what
de-
But he is some better today I one just
6:18 pm. I Today is his birthday, h Is 81 terfnines the time fo'-"appear- o
:
New moon Oct 2nd. ance of baby's teeth. Actually,
old, his sister was the only -
Moon in constellation of Virgo years teeth are already formed in the 4tfi I4t& .
Oct. 2nd. one here at his dinner. Another jaw when the baby is born. .
spell like that and he will be gone Most children get their first
High tide Oct 2nd at St.
swell teeth without undue trouble.
if I dont get a paper next
light 2:05 pm. Teething has been blamed }bow-
Total eclipse of the sun Oct 2nd; Friday: why I will quit riting. ever, for a great many condi Oval Kt, wj&m' Cote, pointed toes heels calf, medium or

however visible in Madison coun THE SQUAWMiss tions including constipation, small. and ties
pumps, straps -they're all here be
diarrhea, coughs, fevers and ready to sea,
ty only as a partial eclipse at convulsions. It is debatable if loved and
worn at once. Come in right away, we them while our
sunrise. Lizzie Mays and Parkhill any of these conditions are
caused by teething. range of sizes and colors is complete. Be the first
of Monticello were visitors to step out in
ooc:= oc=:>oc=:::>ooo+ Mays ,
Teething is natural although
NAVACO AWNINGS here the past week, guests of Mr I sometimes a uncomfortable- Paradise Kitlena/Kitten-ettes this fall!

HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY I C P Kelly and Mrs Emmie Mays' process. The infant may have $14.95INCLUDES
discomfort in his because
""'::: Howerton. gums
OOC OC oCs n c :) n
of pressure of the teeth. His
appetite and digestion may be-
come upset and he may sleep

SULLIVAN'S SINCLAIR STATION gums fitfully.many To physicians relieve his will sore advise OUR COMPLETE SELECTION

that he be given a teething I MANY ADDITIONAL
ring or a hard crust of breadto
bite on. In extreme instances, PARADISE STYLES I
when the teeth do not come
Discount to NFJC Students through, the doctor may decideto
lance the gums. If the teeth
are near the surface, the gums
CHECK ON OUR GAS PRICES often can be gently rubbed until
the teeth come through.To .
have sound teeth the infant -
Week!
This
Special
should have a proper diet.
Milk eggs cod liver oil, vege-
tables and fish, in balance
proper -
1 Can Sinclair Lighter Fluid Free With Every will do much to make

good,strong, healthy teeth. Your
10 Gallons of Gas physician is the person best
> qualified to advise you concern-. BLACK SUEDE ing your baby's diet.
JIMMY SULLIVAN new owner, cordially invites the public to BROWN SUEDE
".. ... BROWN CALF
come by for efficient, dependable and courteous serviceor
Jumbo Hamburg 30c. BLACK CALF RUST DELDI

Choicest of Steaks and Sea I. RED CALF
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GREY DELDI
Foods atVHITE TOP
Phone HU 3-2528 Madison Fla. e. NAVY CALF
DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,,

south of Madison. 3-lt-ch

On U. S. 90( -Cor. Base and Washington Sts. I
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regular meeting of the Madi'
Students! Type on aSMITHCORONA son County PTA County Council

will be held Tuesday Oct 6th aLee i'

School. Lee, Fla. 'ii i carus' fi
orPortable The program beginning at T 3J

p. m. will include a Panel of Mr]I
Griffin Bishop and PTA presidents. '
UNDERWOOD' Important Finance Problems will''

be discussed and everyone is in-':
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vited. (advt

Typewriter from The I I /adt 45 u
Parris Island, S C (FHTSC) -' I
Marine Pvt Fred Lyndon Bartl am,'' ltOWN nltOGAND I
son of Mr and Mrs George Bartlamof

I EnterpriseRecorderyour Route 2, Madison. Fla, completed 206 N. PATTERSONacross

recruit training Sept. 16 at from Court House
( home town gazette pro- the Marine Corps Recruit Depot
Parris Island, S C. VALDOSTA, GA.
moting Madison before :Matt

Dillon was Marshal in Dodge 1 F !


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: PiintingEveryThing: AND REPAIRING I'

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Bible Material: Arts 1.
Devotional Beading: John 14:12-2L: II

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TestimonyLesson r ,


for October 4, 1959
,
SIX MONTHS now the Bible A'
A study shared by the more than
80 Christian Churches that use the
"Uniform Bible Lessons" is goingto
be the book of Acts, in the New-
Testament. It is one of the easiest TA : T
I books in entire Bible to read; it ,
is interesting enough to read clear
f through in one CApgpwbllyy
evening, impor-
tant enough to z
re-read many
times. It is the '
jstory-the only "
connected storyof ... ,.tee.. +,. .w."aMoa.n .

how the d : ? ; .'
Christian Church
got started and i: :d t( ( f tf rw

how it spread. -
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? Jut
The reader should Dr. ForemanTOR xf ; : .: W 4 -
see the book of Acts in a modern k fe ,
English translation, in order to
understand more quickly. All that
can be done in this column week
by week will be to point up some 6J
particular truth or truths of prac-
tical importance for life today. I -

"My Witnesses"The

story of the Christian n
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Church begins with Jesus. He gave
J the marching orders. The church a I II II
fa a true church when it carries I
out his directives, it fades away I
into a no-church when it forgetsthe y
Master. Now the question I
Americans always ask about any
thing-a club a gadget, a machine \
,
even a hole in the ground- ; '
fa: What is It for? What's it supposed
to do, and will it work
What is the Church supposed to
do? What is it for? That is a fair ,: d: ,;:.. :" .. THE CHURCH FOR ALL I
question. The New Testament presents 't ALL FOR THE CHURCH

the Church under various '. 4 'e; ; The Church is the greatest factor on earth for I

names and gives various (though g' ; k the building of character and good citizenship.It .
to
not contradictory) answers
that first question. One of the is a storehouse of spiritual valu Without a

plainest of these answers is in the strong Church neither democracy nor civilization ii I,
words of Jesus which shine like a
There
can survive. are four sound reasons why
beacon-light in the very first lines
of this book of Acts-a light whicn every person should attend services regularly and
gives direction and meaning to the support the Church. They are: (1)J For his
whole story, and indeed gives direction own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For

and meaning for the Ever run into a friend in Tokyo, or meet one of your neightors the sake of his community and nation. (4) For

Church YOU of SHALL today. BE MY WITNESSES in Amsterdam Maybe not-but such things are happening the sake of the Church itself which needs his

I Jesus said to his friends very day! moral and material support. Plan to go to

and followers. The first and main It makes you stop and think-the way this world is shrinking. church regularly and read your Bible daily.
Christians is not
business ment, it is of testimony. It is not argu-concocting It makes you wish that the men and women who live on opposite

ideas, it is telling a story.It I sides of the globe had more things in common. Day Book Chapter Verses

is not experience.hearsay stories The business it is personal oi. There can be no more unifying force in the world than a com Sunday Psalms 89 11-13 .
Monday II Peter 3 13-14
a witness in court or anywhert mon belief In God. And toward that ideal I we are rapidly progressTuesday Daniel 4 1-3
else is to state the facts as he ing.> Christians the world over are feeling and expressing their unity Wednesday John s 3tr
sees them. The Church has many Thursday Psalms 133
tasks and responsibilities; but if of faith and purpose. Friday Matthew 26 26-9

we forget this central responsibility : Sunday is World-Wide Communion Sunday. On that day, Saturday Psalms 65 1-4
we are not much good other
wise. ;vithin the space of a few short hours Christians in every land will

Testimony for Christ-witnessIng reverently participate in the Lord's Supper which has been a mark ,
on his side-is more than talk. -
of Christian faith for almost two thousand years. : -
When you order seeds or seedlingsin
the spring you can read what Worship with the World in the Church of your cbo:1'A1 l '
the catalogue says and get quite
excited over the prospect. Every
advertisement in the seed cat-
alogue, every picture in it, is testimony Cop,ti4h119D.Kei.'H Adv.Se vke.SIr.....,. re,
-in talk. A much more con-
-
vincing testimony is what you or S.

your are not neighbor going actually to believe raised.in You to- a-tJ "ll,.: ?!:. ..:,;td' '':' "" Jl'J.1.4 :.{:fIj: : :':'*y y7!'p, ::7!)7 ..7LilL1 r' ::::,Ii: :. .:, : ,!. !?r Y<=; {,:, ,
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matoes any better than the real .. .. .
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matter what the catalogue says. _. i';, ,'- ', :' : ,',' ,',," ,, ,,' '' ," : __ .., ,tt tiiiJ
no 1i & "c JI WI'n', (A ''j$> < << .0)') ) ..___ )II """ .___"'.__ _...-.- __' __ -N.'X'r :
But if you have admired the to-
from certain kind of seed,
a
you matoes can let the catalogue go. These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals and
.
The Bible has a great deal to say 111111 Establishments:
about Christ, and so does the

Church. But it's with the Churchas 0 9 . :V e a e e ffA' A' V..
with the seed catalogue-what
really convinces people is some
actual samples. The best witnessto II I MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITHHARDWARE WESTERN AUTO STORE
Christ that can possibly be, is DUNN FURNITURE CO.
a good Christian. The Rexall Store J. J. Sale, Jr., Owner

Int* All the World II II Phone HU 3-2300. Madison, Fla. Madison. Florida Phony HU 3-2383.; 'Madison. Fla. MADISON FLA. I
..' Phone HU 3.2340
The tragedy of the church is -
something that would be very .
funny if it were not so tragically
wrong. Every Sunday morning in
almost any church, there will be

people who are making two mis- I M E SSE R J. B. DAVIS, Inc.
takes at once. One is about what MORROW INSCRANCE' QUALITY CLEANERS
"witnessing" means. They think it liii BATTERY & TIRE CO- Madison Florida ,
means words, or words-and-music. AGENCY
urn When clothes
your are not be.
They take part in the service, they 111111 :MADISON FLORIDA Madison, Florida
sing with loud voices, they say the coming to you they should foe
nicest things about Jesus or shout '
"Amen!" when the preacher says .. coming to us Phone HTJ 3-2255
them and they call that '"wit- 1'BRYAN .
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nessing for Jesus." True testimony .
is not just sweet-talk set to music; ELECTRIC CO. FRALEIGHASHLEYTRUCK- -.... I It i
it is, as St John put it, walking as I
H* walked living as He lived. Wiring and Repadr-Appliancta & TRACTOR CO. CANTEY MOTOR CO. CHERRY'S 66" SERVICE .<

Furthermore, an exclusively stay- STATION
MADISON FLORIDA
at-home witness is not what Jesus Phone HU 3-224L Madison. FU. Madison. Florida

intended. He distinctly said "to Madison, FLt.i .
the end of the earth.* How faraway
in bow: many lands and Ian i "
guagea, with how many missionaries .

Jesus, Ia A your church church talking testifying only for to . r lrAa r m . aJ'Jrl1JrJrJ1Jrl

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on new Fall Merchant RENT: Downstairs apartment SMITH DRUG STORE

TIMBER WANTED! I to permanent couple, private bath
and private entrance. MRS M L
dise on Page Twenty.LAND WALKER. 115 W. Dade Street. Headquarters For
Arry pine timber for isle, regardless I Phone HU 3-6243. 5-lt-ch
of quantity; selective cutting o: DOROTHY GRAY PRODUCTS
whole tracts. Please call ADEL, DEALS CHURCH .EMPHASIS WEEK
GEORGIA, 7161 or 7501COLLECT.
or write ... The Methodist churches in this .
area of the SPECIAL SALE
Tallahassee
Henry Johnson, and wife to District
DEL-COOK TIMBER CO. Willie Mae Stephens, South half of observed Church Emphasis Week
Lot 19 and South half of Lot 20, with a program Wednesday 7:30 p.nu Begins October 5th. Limited Time Only .
Sept. 23, in the
Blk 46, Greenville Investment Co.I First Methodist
P. O. Box 499
church. Churches
ADEL, GEOHGIA lands Florida Town Veneer of Greenville.Co., Inc. to CReams J I Madison, Greenville.represented Pinetta, Cherry were 2-Minute Magic Skin Cleanser $2.00 size . . $1.00

NE% of SE%. Sec 12, Tp Lake nings,, Rocky Hanson Springs, Lee and Shiloh Hickory, Jen- Special Dry Skin Mixture, $-1.00 size . . . $2.00
2 S, R 5 E, 40 acres. I
Julia Bailey DeVane and husoand I Grove. Dry Skin Lotion Lanolin Enriched $2.50 size . $1.25
I I Dr Shuler Peele, District Superintendent -
to Jerry L Alford and wife, Lot
4 and West half of Lot 3, Blk C of Tallahassee, read the .
Lake View, Town of Greenville.L I Scripture and led the opening
F Terry and wife E prayer.
to Stacey
Let's Go ToHILLCREST j Delahunt and wife, 0.6 acre in I The program topic. Commissions
SW'A I of The Church, was divided into
of NW% Sec 9, Tp 2 N.
R 10 E.Robert. I sub-topics and included education
missions, finances,
L church extension
and wife
Bembry to
Clydie C and evangelism and was handled : 1I
Sharpton 214 acres in I
Sec 35 Tp 2 N R8 E. 'I in separate groups in the form of
DAIRY BAR Clydie C Sharpton to Clydie C round-table discussions. Those who
Ri. Sharpton, as Trustee for Clyde I attended and led in the discussions 1f
j David Sharpton, an undivided one-! were the pastors, the official board
MADISON, FLA .half interest in the immediately members and other interested per- f
U. S. 90 WEST i above described land. 'I sons. .
The Audrey Newman Circle
'I was
Rossie S McLeod to Stella Walker.
in charge of the entertainment features E
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in
I' one acre NW4 of NWH, Sec
'"M18, Tp 1SR10E. 1'I and served punch and small Teens! ./-
I Press cakes on the church lawn.
Blue and wife to A D .
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Ola Bellamy to James A Miller,i Jumbo Hamburg 30c. with medicated SCRUB SET
and wife, 122 acres in Tp 2 N, Rj I by
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OAK( HILL !NEWS WELLS-CLARK WEDDING ,
VOWS TO BE SPOKEN SUNDAYMr

and Mrs William E Wells of I

Cherry Lake, Florida, announcethe
Oak Hill II D -Club met with
approaching of '
SHOP Mrs R P Buchanan Sept 24 with their daughter marriage .
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Patricia Ellento Saturday October 3 .
115 N. Calhoun, Tallahassee, Fla. I Zipperer present. The program topic I 01 B ( DOUBLE FEATURE

was Know Your Bedding, with some Virgil Floyd Clark, of Madison, Fla. j 1 Gl'\'S: IOKE IX TUCSON in .
Phone 2-0215 discussion of Florida's new bedding son of Mr and Mrs Leslie L Clark ',, .i cireir.aScope and DeLuxe color

law.New of Fort Myers, Fla. starring Mark Stevens, Forrest

.officers were elected as '" The_ wedding<"u_..._u will. take. place _at Jf. J MADISONDRIVEIN.THEATRE I Tucker, Gale Robbins. The exciting
follows. Mrs Bobbie v III ounuitjr; \wjiooer 4, in tne. dr.onatic saga of two brothersone -
Buchanan:
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO OUR President; Mrs R L Crafton V I I II First Baptist church, Madison. The I{ an outlaw, the other a marshal
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Rev James Barber will perform the Set against the colorful background
President; Mrs T T Now under new management; open.
ceremony.All of old Tucson.
See
I Sect and Treas; Mrs relatives and friends of the every night. Children Under 12! romantic the wild
formal 1\IOrrison.j story of an outlaw who
(in free.
cars) always
openingSTARTING Coody Clothing Chairman; couple are invited to attend the tries to reform.A .

Buchanan Food and Nutrition; i, ceremony. BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:45 P. M.I
Mrs J L Davis, Food Conservation: I! The couple will leave immediately NICE LITTLE BANK THAT

i Mrs Edgar Blair, Food Production:!i' after the ceremony for Sault St. SHOW STARTS 7:15 SHOULD BE ROBBED, starring

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1st. Health and Safety Mrs Cecil Craf-j Marie, Mich, where Mr Clark is PROGRAM Tom Ewell, Mickey Rooney, Dina
stationed with Merrill. Anyone who splits his sides
the Air
Force.
! ton; Mrs Tommie Hammock. Home j I i, Friday-Saturday,' October 2t 3 laughing at the comedy picture of
ENDING SATURDAY OCTOBER 10th. Improvement Mrs '! DOUBLE FEATURE
; Howard COody the year will be mended free of
and Mrs Cecil VILLA! with Brian Keith, and
Crafton 4-H leaders. '. LETTER WRITING WEEK charge. If you were an amateur
Reminders of landscape school!j The 22nd annual Letter Writing SEA WIFE.SundayMonday. bank robber how would you do it?

Celebrating The Opening Of lamp workshop, annual, co-op':' Week will be celebrated in Madison October 4, 5 Cartoon. '

supper, program planning meeting I during the week of October 4. DOUBLE FEATURE

Our New Store At 115 N. Calhoun and Council meeting were given j i! Postmaster to 10, it was announced today b'i JUMPING JACKS, with Dean Sunday-Monday SEPARATE TABLES October ,4, 5 starring
Two i Maury J Blalock. and
new members were added Martin Jerry Lewis.
j I "I am sure we are all aware Burt Lancaster Deborah Kerr, RitaHa'Worth
Tallahassee Florida During the social hour Mrs Buchanan plus David Niven. One of the
personal letter
showed i a is, next to an I
some recent improvements -' actual visit, the most intimate and SCARED STIFF, with Dean greatest stageplays comes to life on
in the !! Martin and the screen. The most thrilling picture
freshments hom@.Deliciousre-/i economical means each of us has I' Jerry Lewis.
/j to communicate with our fellow of a decade. An emotional
JOINT BIRTHDAY SUPPER Tues-Wed-Thurs. October. 6 7. ft
I experience you'll forget. Car-
human never
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Mr and Mrs BiH Fourakers were urge SAY ONE FOR ME, "1thBing
i toon.
everyone to "write t today to.th ;I i :
hosts at a joint birthday supper! Crosby, Debbie Reynolds, Robert I
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September 26 honoring Mr Silas i. away Posters I Wagner. Tuesday-Wednesday, October 6, 7
depicting I
a mailman in
Reaves DOUBLE FEATURE
and
Harry Crafton. The fish I
j $1.00 A CARLOAD.
a new postal vehicle
( called
were ably cooked by Silas Reaves the I, THE YOUNG LAND, in Technicolor
e.e00' ova I
( \\ and John Agner along with plenty mailster, will be displayed in post Mrs T-\\-Krstedt, of Lake City? starring Pat Wayne Daft
I love of French fries and hushpuppies. I!'| Offices throughout the count!')'. I mother of Mr Carl W Karstedt of O'Herlihy, Yvonne Craig. The dra-
B y\\\s Colorful streamers
Salads, pies and cakes with tea proclaiming that j Madison is a patient at Pineview matic story of terror and strife in.
Cps t \1\ao' >, e and coffee completed the menu. All "Letters are fun" to send and exciting I hospital, where she underwent eye a Mexican border town. A ruthless

S u\t co I1 the Reaves clan were there except to receive, will be displayed I'- surgery last Friday. Her daughter killer stalks his human prey until
o\\s on postal vehicles.
c: :S8, fBI Mrs Dean Day of Phoenix, Ariz, Postmaster Blalock stated I! Miss Marie Karstedt of Jackson I justice prevails. Two find love and
t l apiCoa Mrs J D Newbern of Auburndale that ville has been the guest of her romance pitted against sudden
the special Week should
tO and Mr Martin Reaves The evening serve as I brother's family) here this week death.

1\\\1\\ e 9 was spent visiting, and many happy a reminder to write long-overdue j, while visiting with her mother.x I
I a 1)te returhs for the honorees.Mr letters to servicemen; hospitalized -- -- THE ACCUSED, starring Robert
patients, foreign faraway I I Griffiths sensational
acquaintances, Jane
and Mrs Bobbie Buchanan I Mrs Joe Terry of Tallahassee, a Bray a
friends and relatives, and -shocker. An underground manhunt
dinner former :Madisonian is spj
were guests Sunday of Mr a patient at
others who will welcome a personal find assassin unknown
to an
Mrs St. Vincent's
and Calvin Buchanan of hospital, Jacksonville
letter. except by the sign of his bloody
Clyattville. where she underwent major surgery
SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY '. Tuesday. I dagger. Cartoon.ThursdayFriday.

Mr G C Buchanan was surprised Radiator Cleaning and -x- October 8, 9

I. Visit MAE'S Beauty Shop Here also ph. 2-9715 Saturday night when relatives began i Mrs 0 R Hamrick, new presidentof I GO JOHNNY GO, starring Alan

to arrive at his home in Pinetta to, General Automotive the First Baptist church WMU I Freed. Jimmy Clanton, Barbara

celebrate his birthday anniversary. ::, and Mrs H E McArthur and Mrs I Woodell. Man, this is the most.
The : The cake was decorated with : ICE Russell attended a leadership II I Swing into action. Fun for alL
: Daylight
Dept. Store will :
!1 closed because of be happy Birthday design in yellow Repairs conference at the First Baptistchurch Grab your chick and Swing on
Religious Holiday circled with cupcakes holding the in Tallahassee I
Tuesday. down for a look and; listen.
I Saturday, October
Cherry Lake --- 3rd. -_ -5-lt-ch__ I candles. r McWILLIAMS\ GARAGE I
,; MADISON COUNTY TEACHERS Present were Rev and Mrs M J' TilE COSMIC MAN, starring

: ASSOCIATION I Hicks and daughters Rose and - -- Look for ,Eagle's big ad I i Bruce Bennett, John Carradine
I -- I Lj nn of Newton, Ga, Mr and Mrs' Alva: Gaston and mother, Mrs Angela Greene. The thing that

American Legion Dance (By Rebecca S I Belton Buchanan and family, Mrs Frankie Gaston, ftpand Mrs Calvin could: destroy the earth. The mysterious -
McCray) ; Fall Merchandise
I The Madison County Teachers I F A Buchanan, Mr and Mrs B K I Buchanan and baby and Miss Ann on new : objects reported everywherecould

SATURDAY Association held I Cox and family, Mr and Mrs Dale Hall of Clyattville. A bountiful be the Cosmic man in action
OCTOBER 3rd AT its first meeting
j in the Madison Training School I' Hall, Mr and Mrs R P Buchanan supper was enjoyed along with the on Page 'Twenty. and was he a secret agent of the
LEGION HOME cafetorium Monday I Mr and Mrs Bobbie Buchanan, Miss I special cake. satellite era? Cartoon.
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8:30 TILL 12 P. M. 'I devotional service, which was followed ComingOtthor8th .
by the business session.

I? Boat Given Away at 9 P. M. I Many new instructors have been
added to the list. Such names are:
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! '!! Teachers: Mildred Boyton, Doc Randall A Wonderful New World

Choice Glady Wilkins, Lor-
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Cherry Lake Mews l Grant, Battles, Flora Thomas: ,
'! Washington, Westmore.

i The group was very fortunate in of Fords for 1960
Wayne Wiatt, son of Mr and Mrs 'having the brilliant newly appointed '

. S K Wiatt, had a tonsilectomy last president of Suwannee River Junior

I Monday at Pineview hospital. | College, Prof James J Gardner,

Suzanne Burnett, daughter of Mrj: who is also the State Pres. of the '
and Mrs Geo Burnett, fell from a I I Florida State Teachers' Association, A new world of style! A new world of savings! ,

horse Saturday when the girth i as speaker. He enlightened
the
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" the saddle became loose She had ]I group with his timely remarks on A new world of performance! A new world of built-for-people comfort!

the misfortune to break her arm' "Quality Education" He stressedthe A new world of station wagon living!
just below the right shoulder and all important point that if we
is a patient at Pineview hospital. ale to be quality teachers we must

Family Night will be observed i I do quality teaching, in meeting the On October 8, for the first time, there will l be not one, A wonderful new worki'ot gaiety. Ford's big safety news -, .
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I Friday night Oct. 2nd. at the Cherry i needs of the boys and girls of _, DOt two, but three completely new kinds of Ford cars for I960 includes new Truck-Site Brakes with brake .
Lake Methodist church. ]iI Madison. and"priced for nine out of ten Americana: linings 25% bigger. Ford's new Safety-Girder Frame is <

I Mrs Newell and Mrs Beasley are' We are happy over the elevation 25% stronger than ever before. Better visibility, too. ;." ;, ,
at home convalescing. i The 1960 Fords-The Finest Fords of a lifetime '

Twenty-five members of the I principalship ,beautiful from any Pohrt of View,worth '

Cherry Lake Baptist church are at-!! you succeed is our prayer, Prin- afore from every Pauf .f Valve! FALCON-The New-Sue Ford .; !

tending the BTU Leadership Schoolat J cipal Lennie Collins. Our Former ,'
Macedonia that continues through beloved principal of rural schools The 1960 raJeoa-"I'M New-nze Ford, fee Here ia the welcome news Americans have been waiting

Friday, Oct. 2nd. i has been elevated to the registrar world's most experienced new car, and &lie. foe the Patent, a product of Dearborn; Michigan,

Mr and Mrs W E :Wilson, Jr position of SRJC. We highly feel easiest car IB the world to ow.! automotive capital of the world, wag expressly designed i
children, Marie and that the for American needs on the American road. It's the one '.
and Kimberly college is bound to suc- The 1960 Thuoderbird-Tbe WorU'a Most
die returned to Norfolk Va. ceed economy car without the economy-car look.
E since a person with such a Wanted Carl
Sunday after a week's visit with dynamic personality is holding this Averages up to 30 miles per gallon. Experience Run,
, his parents. Wally has returned to' position. "You have our sincere U.S.A., proved it! Oil savings? Ford's standard Full-Flow

,J his base with the U S Coast Guard : best wishes," Registrar Merritt." 6i FORDThe Finest Fords of a Lifetime Oil Filter stretched oil changes 4,000 miles apart.

1J at Morehead. N C. : We Madison County Teachers The engine's up front for greater safety and stability. I

motored over to Jasper Friday, Sept. Built brand-new
for the Falcon, the short-stroke Falcon
Mrs Willa Stout of High Point, 25. for the annual meeting of District Here are 15 new models! Economy-minded Fairlanes. Six was developed and mounted up front, according to
(' Big-value Fairlane 500's. Elegant Galaxies. Five beautifully
i N; C, is here for a several weeks'visit Three. We were well entertained long-proved, thoroughly accepted engineering principles.
station A sleek Sunlinerconvertible
husky new new
her and the wagons.
with son daughter-in- by host school and other
law Mr and Mrs Charles Stout Mr I District Three officials. and a brand-new hardtop model,the Starliner. 1960 Falcon seats six with ease. Six fit comfortably into

Clarence Keever and son of HighPoint Officers or the new school year A wonderful new world of style. Ford's beautiful the Falcon-and it swallows luggage for !six !in the big .
rear trunk that holds 23 cu. ft. Compare this with others '
accompanied her and villt are President: Prof E R Scott Sr; new proportions flow smoothly through an elegant .
be here for a brief visit with )lrI( Vice Pres: Prof David Wyche; Recording Thunderbird-inspired roof to swift rear-quarter lines. Easiest car in the world to own. A Falcon is so easy on

and Mrs Stout. Sec'y: Alma S McKinney; A wonderful new world of performance. For action, the wallet that it's easier than ever to be a 2-Ford family!

-x- Financial Sec'y: Eliza T McGee; there are new Thunderbird V-8's that blend blazing

Dan Walker returned to Tampa Treasurer: Christine McKinney; power and acceleration with kid-glove smoothness. THUNDERBIRD-
after a sh rtisit with Chaplain: Senorita K Bellamy Re-
Tuesday ; A wonderful new world of ride. With Ford's new Wide-
mother Mrs M Walker, and porter: Rebecca S. McCray ,Advisors The World's Most Wanted Cat
his ; Tread Design, wheels are spread farther apart for a full
aunt Mrs P J Parramore, and Miss : Pros. 0 S Seabrooks, F C 5-foot tread. It handles and rides like the Thunderbird! For 1960, the Ford Thunderbird is distinctively new
Parramore. Merritt, Lennie Collins, Pres. JamesI
Fhillis A wonderful new world of economy. Ford's Mileagewithout basically disturbing the famous profile that
Gardner and
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j Merritt Parliamentarian MatthewMcKinney
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Smith-Corona adding I j j Jr. a tankful. And go 4,000 miles between oil changes. No matter who you are or what your tastes and

j 1IBREEDEN'S FORMAL A wonderful new world of built-for-people comfort. Six needs there's an exciting 1960 Ford styled, sized and

I OPENING SUCCESS big people-including the rnan- D-tbe-middle-ride in priced for you. See your Ford Dealer October 81!
Machines typewriters greater comfort than ever. The new Fords give you as .
much as 4 inches more shoulder room, more knee room, .
Floree Breeden reports the formal FORD DIVISION.' 5Sid'vJ-1it."iU. .
more hip room. You relax on chair-high seats. -
,and cash registers. opening of her shop a success. ,
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THINKING Your Frame CAN BEa GIVEN 14 COUNTIES '' Lafayette. The region\ got a with St. Lucie as a regional car-truck collision on U S highway
flattering accessory j total grant of $38,966. library, Leon and Martin counties. 12:' near McAlpin. in Suwannee

ABOUT MOREINSURANCE Hundreds to Choose From r TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 23 (UPI) :; Bradford County joins Alachua in Leon's share was $10,000, Martin cOl&ntyVednesday. Dead were
j i Fourteen Florida counties received' contracting with the City of j ji got $5,000 and the Okeechobee-St Fr nk Leslie Biddle and Mrs Emma-
TRADE WHERE THEY ARE Lucie I lene Bourassa of Live Oak and
I grants for development of rural i Gainesville for service under a region $4,908. I
? MADETwiggs j libraries at a meeting of the State! S20,512 grant. This becomes the II | The State Library will use $40-I Willie McKee of Ocala. Morgan
i Optical Co. j Library Board today. third regional library established in 000 of the funds to buy additional! Taylor of Bowling Green, driver ofi

.. '_A" Valdosta Ga. CH 4.0534 i Eight represent new grants and the state. books and pay personnel in the 1 i the truck suffered minor injuries.
;,r- >fitrl-.,' I six are for continuing programs.i I Bay and Monroe counties will extension and cataloging depart-,, - --
I Five counties were added to the': serve their rural areas with the| ments. : in Florida.
. : : Mrs J J Newman and Miss I Suwannee River Regional Library help of new local budgets and grants j All of the funds come from the, In other business, the board accepted -
'W..c'; : Audrey Newman spent Monday and to make it serve Columbia, Gil-, of 810,000. to each library. federal assistance program. Thereis the resignation of Mrs Ruth
; : Tuesday in Gainesville. Christ, Hamilton, Madison and Tay- Continuing grants were made to no state aid to public libraries Marshall, public library consultant.

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Greenville. Lots 23 and 24, Elk The 1960 Old mobiln are here- e new as new can ing ride you've ever tried. It bring new smooth-
D, Parkview S/p' of' Hays, Estate, be! Every beautiful line and every outstanding new new, new stability new safety end new silence!
Greenville Fla.fl" feature i is included to bring: you the finest the There's a new balance of power-with two Rocket
C M Plant and wife to K R Mc- medium-price class has to offer! "s Engines! Three established series to choooe from!
Cieary and wife. Lots 6 and 7, 17 new models.. including two new 3- eat Fiestas!
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James L Bevel and wife to Ed- Balanced Ride with Vibra-Tuned Body Mountings mobiles' quality built, quality sold and quality
ward R Scott and wife, 100 ft is certain to be the most comfortable and satisfyserviced for your tasting satisfaction; ,

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Friends of Mrs' C E Lamberson,
Sr a former resident of Cherry
Lake, will be interested to learn
she has returned to Tampa and
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Mrs Lamberson spent over two 1960 OLOSMOSJU DYNAMIC SB HOUDAT SW$COUSE-Yo..d --. .a es P., 1960 NMCTY-IGHT HOLIDAY SrotrSeDAN- ........., epjIOft.4 d.yory
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MEMO FROM CARNES Judge C B Smith of West Palm'' .,

Beach, was a week ..
end visitor
WHAT'S YOUR PKOBLEMTj I October 1, 1959 I was tiansferred here arriving Friday from Jacksonville MORROW INSURANCE,

I IE to the Sarasota Farm Forestry accompanied by his son ,
Project from the MadisonLafayetteproject. R P Smith., He was joined here f AGENCY' ::, :

I wish to express appreciation -j I. Sunday by his daughtter, Mrs Elmer
r to the public officials cooperating U( rne of Metcalf, Ga., whom he
agencies, and landowners accompanied home for a visit after : Phone HU 3-G250 Madison. Flan;:
for the fine cooperation that I which he will} go to South Florida

have received during the past two tu :spend the Winter. He spent the Representing the

and one half years that I have been si.mmer. in Birmingham, Ala. and Hartford FircInsurance
privileged to serve as Farm Fores- f.ipemille.; S C. The Judge a former Company .

I t i ter Madisonlan, at 92 years is active Group *>Kl 1f1.
We have many problems in The satisfaction of watching improved nV < r"..X.a a-nl enjoying the best of health j

these days, of various kinds.If .I forestry practices become and spent his visit here greeting Mr and llrsVall l'c E Wilson
more accepted and practiced during h:M friends the
I on streets and
it is a problem of Insurance, at and two children, Kimberly Mane
this short time has been gratifying' the hotel where he '
was a guest. and Eddie of NorfoIk, Va, have re-
perhaps we can help you. to me, and will be profitable to I II Ili i turned home after a vacation visit

In these inflated times, is i the landowners who carried them : Mr and Mrs II E McArthur left with his parents. Mr and Mrs W E

insurance adequate, or I( out.t Wednesday on a vaaation trip to J Wilson, at Cherry l.ake.Vilson.,
your ; ------- --- --
t As this was written my succes- i Pensacola, where they will visit who is with the Coast Guard, .has :
are you having it on the same sor had not been finally selected. I The Army tank parked in frontof crowd. Only 3 were present when relatives for .
several days.x returned to base at Moorchead.
old low basis that was ade- However, you may be assured that I the local Reserve Unit head-' your E-R photographer stopped by I :1
he will be experienced and competent i quarters on S. Range attracted a last week, but a couple of dozen P ,
then but is not now? FATHER PASSESMr -x- .
quate to continue the technical lot of attention from the small-frv ;. were climbing on it the day before. I' '
talk with ._ Miss Bennie F Wilder had a* her .
We will be glad to assistance which you may request. -- -- -- -
PHONE RATE INCREASE guest the past week, Mrs W MSe&rcy .
Samuel J ,
kinds of insurance You : address your requeststo Evans, father of
you on all r.ry Evangelistic ServicesAt
Sr of Thomasville She
Box 573, Madison, or contact]: AUTHORIZED I Mrs Jennie Garbett of Greenville, Ga.
whatever you may need. him upon arrival at the Madison TALLAHASSEE Sept. 25 The passed away Sunday, Sept. 20th, returned home Wednesday accompanied .
County Agricultural Center. I Florida Public, Utilities Commission MethodistChurch after an illness of only three dajs. by Miss Wilder who will
Williams InsuranceAgency authorized Southeastern Telephone I Mr and Mrs Garbett and sons attend visit there and other friends, in
I.I Co. today to raise its local service'I the funeral in Miami. Albany and Sylvester.x ., ,
Mr and Mrs George Hales, of rates enough to bring the companyan i Evangelist George Hales of -
Oklahoma City, in the city holdinga additional $585,195 a 3 ear. Oklahoma City, began a week's. TO UNDERGO RETURN FROM WESTERN TRIP
week of evangelistic services at I The increase was about $289,000less series of services at the First SURGERY Mr and Mrs T E Weatherly have .

GENERAL INSURANCE the First Methodist church, are than the company had asked. Methodist church Sunday morning returned from a trip to' Texas and
Charlie
Box 373 Ph HU 3-6270 guests at Hotel Byron. i The higher rates will not go into with a sermon at 11 o'clock on Wynn, manager of the other points in the West and Mexico.
Winn-Dixie
MADISON FLA. effect until the company has fileda Christian Witnessing, which the meat market, entered They visited their son-in-law; and
-x- new rate schedule with the commission speaker said was an exemplification Baptist hospital, Jacksonville, Tues- family, Mr and Mrs George Morrow -
-- Mr and Mrs D F Burnett left and obtained approval of! of personal relationship with day for throat surgery.Mr at El Paso. They made a

CoolNAVACO Friday for a week's visit in Ocala, it. This could be a matter of God and the Lord Jesus Christ as I trip to the White Sand Hills in
AWNINGS with the Farris Bryant family, while weeks.In I shc,wn in the daily life of persons and Mrs Leon Mason Jr, : rewIexico, and attended a Bull
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. Mr and Mrs Bryant are on a tripto petitioning for a rate increase, called church people. He pointedout % of Jacksonville spent the past week Fight in Juarez, Mexico. They were
New York City. the company said it must have a' the difference between nominal end here visiting his grandmother away for two weeks.
in Mrs R L Milliner. Mason is located --
& rate of return of 7.12 per cent church members and Christian
order to borrow money at a low Witnesses.The with the Coast Guard at Jackson
COMPI.ETE PEST CONTROL, This would have meanta ville. .
"\'" interest rate. services will continue through CONSThCTIOMS
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FREE INSPECTION 'r rate hike of 874614. Friday October 2nd, at 10:30 a. m. ry
The increase authorized. how and 7-JO p. m. Dr and Mrs Charles Bayshore and New and RemodelingHowerton ,. ..,
BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. ever, would provide a rate of return -'.1 Mrs Hales is opnductjpg the two children, Margo and Beverlyof
1 of 6.58 per cent. morning services. She began her. Orlando, were week end visitors Supply'Co,!: : .
Southeastern Telephone, with series of evangelistic messages witha here with Mr and Mrs J 0 Cooke

JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist headquarters here, also serves the talk on the "Continuity of the Jr, and children. .. .. .
cities and Areas of Madison, Crest- Kingdom of God" on. Monday I ----, I ,. .. '
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9 Phone 2934PERRY Fort Walton Beach, Crawfordville,' pastor, the Rev Paul Touch- { i :
Greenville Monticello, Panacea, 'ton is assisting with the services. THE YIELD IS UpON SAVING AT t ; ;.
FLORIDAWe Shalimar, St. Marks Sopch ppy,|r The adult choir sang Create in

exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites Fleas and Valparaiso and Niceville. I Me a Clean Heart. (Mueller) di- .. ... .
VALDOSTA :
FEDERAL
Last year the commission authorized -| rected by Robert A Kennedy at f.. .:. ) .
Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc. the company to boost rates i i the morning service. A men's quar- "... ..' rr I ../. .

on a temporary basis enough to1 I I I let, Mr Kennedy Harry Culin, E P ANNOUNCING-

produce the $874,614 a year. This Sanders Jr, and T J Beggs III I ,;)
order was rescinded by the commission sang Leaning On The Everlasting J"1
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later and the company Arms at the evening service with .,
p/ I recently lost a court battle to retain .. lfrsV T Coody accompanist. Ii | ,

the temporary rates. It must i'1 i, Altar flowers were in memory of! .
refund to its customers by Dec 15 Mr E P Sanders. Sr. | I

ONE ADVANTAGE IN MARRYING the ,one million dollars collected I>:. A reception honoring Mr and Mrs t
AN U&tf GIRL K THAT IN 3oOUr:r repairman willget under the temporary authorization. Hales was given by the Audrey 1
'YEARS SMELL BE AS PRETTf Newman Circle on the church lawn ::; I
AS EVER. I
a good deal on any immediately following the evening
> I Circuit Court Jury sen ice. .

item he buys in ours { r

a f i a I Venire-Fall TermOctober I'M SO GLAD THAT JESUS
LOVES ME Anticipated dividend rate on insured
Remember that
-0o lo 31 1959
R.. savings payable December ,
5, 1959 !I I Comes a time when we are lonely "
vsje have everything W H Bailey Joe Tuten, Dalton C Comes a time when we are blue, I FUNDSRECEIVED--'BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST.

e Woodard, W B Coody, W H Cone, : Troubles seem to crowd upon us, OFFICE HOURS *-' .
0 fine in the Auto Parts Aubrey McCullough, E E Hadden, And we know not what to do. j *
o W H Bishop, John Mandziara. P K j MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO '4 PM
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i line. I Pittman, Wallace E Williams, KIP Trials do not last forever, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 'AM 1-0'12 NOON : '. ',
Beaty, W B Welch, II J Guess, They are only tests we find
SAVE BY MAIL AT. .
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F C Cone, R L Keen, Clarence P I When they're o'er they are forgotten I
Andrews, Clarence Thigpen Henry And,our hearts are more kind.I j I The New .r, !;
:Ragans Van Hinton, Lewis Floyd I I

L A Almand, J A Lane E I I With His help we find a blessing, -,. .
Wigglesworth, A R Patrick, WmC : From disaster's heavy blow. 'r"
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Whigham, J D Clayton Fred ,I And we see how kind are others, 1Sa"ing
Mueller Henry Gill Wallace Oneal. i By concern that they show. '

-- AUTO PARTS 'I Howard Coody, J I Surles, Hil- rI .... -
Bern Zipperer, James W Bishop Chorus: & T lJ..rr A'SS ciatiorl' .
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:. }_ru__ > ,:. :. tJ :p Leslie McCall and W B Selman. I'm so glad that Jesus Joves me. 115 N. TOOMBS tDOSTA. G L J y..R
'MA HfNrH'OP; :.SERVJCEj It
Mrs S R Irvine is a patient at I'm so glad I know Him too. Association Enough Serve "yo\ 'Small : 1'1'7
Big
P'ICKNEYsTlMA: isON )l" o"e'.Hit'i3'' 22.2f The Friendly ,: :: .. :. ;
How I wish all
Archbold hospital, Thomasville, that others ... .
r Enough To Knew You ;,., (- .4v ,r.
LIVE OAK FLA., PH. FO 2-2329 QUTTMAN, GA., PI44Ol where she is improving after a two Knew and loved Him as I do.
I weeks' illness. By MRS FRED DAS HER.



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Look for Eagle's b'ad on would like to express my appreciation -
to Judson Hill, the packing
new Fail Merchandise on house people, and our white friendsfor BERYLE'SPURE
giving me the wheel chair, and ,
Page Twenty. hope that some day I can show

my appreciation for your kindness. .
LTlJTJTJlnJTJTJTJTJTJlJi May the Good Lord bless you alL OIL STATION

Mrs M J Donnelly Your WILLIE friend LEE, ANDERSON LEE, Corner Base & Washington

Route 3, Box 6. 5-ltch
Passes At Pinetta Madison, Florida

LADIES BLOUSES DRESSES DR. HARDY GUEST SPEAKERDr invites you to come in

Mrs M J Donnelly, age 89, died FALL CUSTOM JEWELRY Blanche Hardy, director of
at her home at Pinetta Tuesday.She the Six-County Guidance Center, today for those famous .
was a native of Milwaukee, LADIES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES will be the guest speaker at the
but had been living in Pinetta more Woma 's Club Coffee Thursday.
than 50 years. She was a memberof I Pure Oil Products
the Pinetta BOYS I; GIRL'S SWEATERS 10.00 a. m. October 8, at the Club
church
Baptist and SUM JIM'S GIRLS, 2 TO 1 active in its work. 2 TO 12 will be in charge, Mrs Mar-
Survivors include eight daughters, BOY'S PANTS & SHIRT SETSCHILDREN'S shall Hamilton is program chair- BERYLE R. SCARBOROOPERATOR
Mrs Dedie Gregol and Mrs Archie FLANNEL PAJAMASWe
man.
Donaldson, both of Tampa, Mrs
Inez Terry and Mrs L J Ellington,
Give S & H Green Stamps
both of Pinetta, Mrs E W Knight, TO ATTEND NATIONAL COUNCILSen
Arcadia, Mrs C E Foster, Bluefield, .
Welcome Students-!
W. Va, Mrs Joe Bond, California, and Mrs Turner Davis leave
and Mrs Stanley Smith, Arizona; a Sunday with the Florida delegation
brother, Raymond Dickens, Pinetta; :7IzeAlar Slzop of Senators to attend the meetingof
ten grandchildren and five-great- the National Legislative Council
grandchildren. MADISON, FLORIDA in Denver Colo.
Services were held \
Wednesday. ------ -----
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4 p. m. in the Pinetta Baptist '
church, the Rev Lamar Wynn of-
ficiating. The church choir rendered

music Interment was in Mt. Horeb I I4r -I
cemetery. The T J Beggs Jr
Funeral Home was in charge. I t
Active pallbearers: Messrs Ivy
Wigelsworth, Clarence Buchanan
Emmett Gaston, Robert Crafton,
Johnny Hollingsworth and Robert 17Y
Keeling. k .. F z' -
Honorary: lamp Allen, J T i ,, ,fyq 6, f e
Bland, R W Newsome, Jim Hinton 55 e-} t ,. !
Vernon Smith and Silas Reeves.
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School R S Mullm and J E Brog- ;
den of the University of Florida
discussed diseases and nematodesand

mental common plants.insect pests of orna- I i : :

Films were shown of the various _
types of diseases such as fungi
bacteria and viruses and insecti- ...
cides recommended for their; control >>
A film on how diseases of :,
plant life endanger our food supplywas i. ..._ -
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Members very of the Greenville and .t. .._.. .. -- N Vk

Madison Garden Clubs and others : -
interested attended.The c :. .; l
concluding program in the <. ",-7", ,>'.."--Mx:' :,,- .. ..'... ;. .r_,. .

series will be given Tuesday night THERE. NOTHING UKE A MCW CAM.MAKE YOURS A ROCKET ENGINE OLDS SUPER 99 HOLIDAY SI'OITSfDAN-Soop.r acton...wp..o./oowl
October 6 by S A Rose when he E.Tol.' f.*..**.*..II-1 L po.N.d WIt*.MUUUM ROCKET
&oeM Nat 4.a- mm..... f iioimoc* tram ""..... ...... Thar*'*
will)) discuss the propagation of .b rdo.S ,.r.r.s power for fxmfce .... plants and the use of plants and
flowers in the home. YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED
The Garden Club will attend this
meeting which will be held as the OLDSMOBILE I -- .

general meeting. -
These specialists from the Agri- \. = QUALITY DEALER .
cultural Extension Service and '
County Agent Hamrick and H D Tr t: ,
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Agent Mrs Zipperer are bringingthis y .
course that is of great interestto '

home owners who have problems / / .
4 nd need expert advice. r .


The,1960 Oldsmobile are here-as new a* new can ing ride votive ever tried. It bring new smooth
J ''P.AARY CLUBThe H! Every beautiful line and every outstanding; new near, new stability new safety ud new tilence ."", .
feature is included. bring: you the finest the There's a new balance of power-with two Rocket .
nse dinm-price class has to offer! Engines; Three established series to choose from!
17 model two new 3-eeat Fiestas! ..
Rotary Club at theumeet- new including
Oldsmobile new and radiant styling; is designed to
ing Wednesday heard Mr George atisfy your sense of good taste. New QuadriCome in and see the Mighty Satisfying 1960 Olds, ::
Hales, an evangelistic business man Balanced Ride with Vibra-Tuned Body Mountings mobile quality built, quality sold and quality ;
of Oklahoma City. His subject n. is certain to be the most comfortable and satisfy- serviced for your lasting satisfaction! f'
covered the blessed power of God t
to change human lives with great
and precious promises. This involves \
all the chances to improve one's .
ability to bear witness to The Lord.
He listed business the most difficult -
problem for Christian to

solve.Visitors were Rev ZeD: Williamsof .

Jennings.Lee and JULIA Rev C DAVIS M Sappingtonof 4 H Ht16o :



Julia Davis, 89, life-long residentof
Madison died her home al7pm.
at .. ..... I960 Nwrrr-tiGMT HOUDAT $yotTSa>AM-inm-"*r M"' '*" ...M"yPiew .
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Sunday. Sept. 27. She wasa OUMMOBU DYNAMIC 99 HolIDAY SC&MCOUK rM
...... wiD fIoo4..... -----lot... .- '.
dd.rE.wY 4..r-.._D,...it II Ace.radvd.q.4...,..._ ftGULAI JOCnT 1.lb.-N.r EigM ow.-w. ra 'T'S 9 '
member of the ShiJoh Baptist ra-er iechcl"C."oa to*.r-c d,,eg"C i .. .!"K.IMH: M.w PKMMM loan Ug:.l ,.
church.
Services will be held at 1:30 p

m. Saturday church with Oct 3 the, in Shiloh Rev James Baptist 0"c) L J::) S IV C) C2i I L. E I=OR 19&0 Y 4 ;

Miller officiating. Interment will bin "l i"r ".

Oak Ridge cemetery ,with Till- .\' L I
man & James funeral home in :! JL r
charge. \ CANTEY MOTOR COMPANY
Survivors include two daughters, .
Christine McKinney, Madison and '

Ida Kelley Miami; one son, James ;;- 112 WEST BASE ST. MADISON, FLORIDA ED 3-2293 :-..
Davis, of Miami; one brother ... .. .. M
Sumpter James of Madison; six ':

teen grandchildren, and tvezreatgrandd1ildrerL ,,,, -m pn DCMMP main irmr nirtClllCIU'I..1IIAII1: THOMAS AND ittN -t if01AT- tllNAY all LAlb .. ,' I

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99-9 .f999999 99 Evangelistic Services The pastor the Rev Paul Touch-
c ton is assisting with the services.
LADIES! I The adult choir sang' Create in
l At Methodist Church Me a Clean Heart (Mueller) directed -
by Robert A Kennedy at
'lie the morning service. A men's quar-
J t't.Ir Kennedy Harry Culin E P
Have You Registered CONSIDER I Sanders Jr, and T J Beggs III
Evangelist George Hales of sang Leaning On The EverlastingArms
:t s \\ll/b\ Oklahoma City began a week's at the evening service with
COLOUR '/ I series of services at the First 1IrsV T Coody accompanist.
, For The Free Prizes I
: Methodist church Sunday morning Altar flowers were in memory of
I CAREFULLY i with a sermon at 11 o'clock on Mr E P Sanders Sr.
Jii.,111111 I Christian Witnessing which the,, A reception honoring Mr and Mrs
/ AT speaker said was an exemplification -''Hales was given by the Audrey
I / [100 I of personal relationship with Newman Circle on the church lawn

'1 Colour, I IA Aomonds .. or* of low Iocte I God and the Lord Jesus Christ as!:'I| immediately following.. the. evening.....
BREEDEN'SFashion effecting price. Those with "body colour of shown in the daily life of persons I i service. .-- -..:c' .t:
blue or white ore more valuable thou those called church people. He pointedout
the difference between nominal : Mr and Mrs John Maultsby of
showing yellowish tints. church members and Christian Fayetteville N C are new residents
& Gift Witnesses. 1! of Madison and are living on N.
Shop The untrained eye does not reodtty detect 1 The services will continue through Horry Street.
ts these colour vorioHons but as experienced Friday October 2nd at 10:30 a, m.i i i I

.' _. Located in the Setzer Shopping Center .. Jewelers we con show you these differences, and and 7:30 p. m. I 1 Jumbo Hamburgers 30c.
Mrs Hales is opnduct the
explain why price varies with colour. ig Choicest of Steaks and Sea
morning services. She began her l
Prizes will be given away at 4:00) on Saturday, October series of evangelistic messages with I Foods at WHITE TOP
The best diamond dollar
tor it what
3rd. and October 10th. You do not have to be presentto your you a talk on the "Continuity of the DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,
wont. You will understand red 'diamond values Kingdom of God" on Monday i I i
get a prize. 3-lt-ch
south of Madison.
better after yaw hove seen 0.Mw and easily morning.
COME IN AND BROWSE AROUNDSee understandable "KNOW YOUR WAMONO" pres ---- -

entation. It takes just a matter of minutes 1
the exotic thong sandals straight from our 50th State .. ;
Yowll never regret having all the facts before I REATLIPTO$ ROOMS
Hawaii. Sweater and Skirt sets in luscious matching bvyi
colors. A wide selection of All Weather Coats in beautiful yo

tweeds or solid colors.

CHILDREN'S WEAR FOR GIRLS & BOYS wAY.LEcER atthecost'of4 .

I FLOREE TATE BREEDEN PHONE: HU 3-6850

Owner-Manager :Madison, Florida -4." ',

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four (children of Tallahassee, spent '\ Jacksonville, are here for a W" r. ** "iwir'y* .-* vi '" ; ri
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Sunday here with her parents, Mr\days' visit with her sister, Mrs J.. 5 simple as wcrand two: \ i y at''
and Mrs J P Morrow. B Hardee and Mrs Emma Carter.
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Entertainment and Prizes lib SIPiltil im JIIEIT I

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and there are no cnstly pipes
PHONE RATE INCREASE i BUSINESS WOMEN'S CIRCLE j
AUTHORIZED I and registers to Install

Miss Bennie Wilder
was hostessto Does an ordinary heater force you to live in one or
TALLAHASSEE. Sept. 25 The the Business Women's Circle of two rooms when the temperature drops? That's be.
Florida Public Utilities Commission the Baptist church at her home, cause the heat goes out the chimney or piles up on
authorized Southeastern Telephone Monday night with twelve mem- -, the ceiling. Siegler cuts this waste, cuts your fuel
Co. today to raise its local service I bers present. bills and gives you warm floors in every room off
HUNTING SEASON rates enough to bring the company j Miss Irene Williams, chairman your home. Why? Because only Siegler has the
patented Inner Heat Tubes and built-in BloweriSystem.
an additional $585,195 a year. i presided and led in the outliningof
: The increase was about $289,000: plans and programs for the year. Buy it on a great
OPENS SOON less than the company had asked.' The program opened with devotional MONEY BACK GUARANTY !
The higher rates will not go into given by Mrs Roy Milliron. Mrs L '
BUY YOUR HUNTING NEEDS HERE! effect until the company has fileda C Bruner gave the lesson from the Start savjpg by ,stopping in at

new rate schedule with the com- Home Mission study.

mission and obtained approval of The hostess served delicious cake,
Camouflage Suits it This could be a matter of' sandwiches, sour cream and onion Western Auto Associate Store
weeks. | dip with chips and wafers and
Hunting Jackets I In petitioning for a rate increase| coffee.
: the company said it must have a![ 108-110 East Pmrkney St. Madison Florida
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I. rate of return of 7.12 per cent i& -
Hunting Boots :mot.yF
order to borrow money at a low I k Jt
interest rate. This would have meanta
Hunting Vests
rate hike of $874,614.
The increase authorized, how-
Hunting Bags e'.'er, would provide a rate of return -
of 6-58 per cent. -
Game Carriers Southeastern Telephone, with I
headquarters here, also serves the I
Shell Belts cities and areas of Madison Crest-!
I view, DeFuniak Springs Destin
Hunting Caps Fort Walton Beach Crawfordville,
-Greenville, Monticello, Panacea,
Shells Shalimar St. Marks Sopchoppy,
Cartridges
Valparaiso and Niceville.

.. Shot Guns Rifles Last year the commission authorized -
the company to boost rates
ir on a temporary basis enough to iyu x
Hunting Packs produce the $874,614 a year. This .
order was rescinded by the com- I
Shot Gun Cases mission later and the company I
.& I recently lost a court battle to retain -
....- '--a..r. ;.r.. -I '.' Boot Sox I the temporary rates. It must
refund to its customers by Dec 15
I the one million dollars collected

I Southern Salvage Co. under the temporary authorization

PONTIAC'S NEW APPROACH to styling is pronounced by the Bonneville convertible -
ARMY-NAVY GOODS (PAWN SHOP) MEW BUS STATION OPENMadison's and the Ventura sport coupe, only two in a parade of 16 beautiful models intro-
duced by Pontiac for 1960. Priced just above the Catalina series, the Ventura features
VAIDOSTA GEORGIA 111 SOUTH ASHLEY
ST.
new Greyhound bus special interior appointments: including seats trimmed entirely in Jewel-tone Morro-
,; station opens today Friday, in its kide. The Ventura is also ajble: in a four-door hardtop Vista mod'
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WE WELCOME YOU preaching Service every Sunday COMPLETE LINE I II
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2nd 1st and and 3rd 4th Sundays Sundays 11:00 7:30 p.a. m.m. morning 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a m. FLOOR TILESAND All Repair Work Guaranteed I I" E-R from Newsboys .1 l 1

USED WATCHES
Sunday School each GOOD .
2nd 4th 11:00 v
and Sundays a. m.
in the
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Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday. New watches and hands fur thai Please park I
Prayer Service each street and make your newsboy run
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. appreciated gift. '
8:00 m. out into the street to make a sile.
Wednesday p.
:Family Night covered 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. I CABINET TOPS KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP Kindly pull over to the curb.

Family Night Covered Dish Supper MADISON Our newsboys have instructionsto GINGH All
dish supper, Friday
2nd Friday night month OUT of the streets and
every STAY
7:30 m.
before 1st Sunday p. 11 AGED
RAVOR
"Woman's Society of T., promptly at 7:00 p. m.. Howerton Supply Co. we will appreciate your cocperating -

Christian Service .-* \-.J, f.' '. Woman's Society of Christian Service with us AND THEM for 4

meets Thursday after t < : I meets on Monday night after SCHWINN BICYCLES THEIR SAFETY. Thank you. very I YEARSIN
much.
1st Sunday .. 8:00: p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. WOODPepsiCola
"A I Franchised Dealer- & Serce:
Club meet "
lethodistlen's The Methodist Men's Club meets -
FICTITIOUS
NOTICE UNDER
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alternately with Rocky"', alternately with Cherry Lake ran NAME LAW I I
Springs Tuesday after
4th Sunday 8:00 p. m.Ii Tuesday after the 4th Sunday SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW ee

Official Board meets 1st \\'ed.j I 8:00 p. m. M A F I I Notice is hereby given that the I
The Official Board meets each I
7:30 A M. Music
month Gospel
numbered
tu slay each even I undersigned, desiring to engage in
after prayer service. month following the supper on 7:55 News business under the fictitious name Bottling Co.

Commission: on Education meets Family Night.P. 8:00 Baptist Hour .. of Madison Laundromat in the

1st Wednesday each odd numbered K. ROWELL. S. S. Supt. 8:30 Gospel Music Setzer's Madison Shopping Center, PERRY FLORIDA

month after prayer service.; MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE Treas. 9:00 Revival Time i f Madison, Florida, intends to register

JAMES; SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. C. B. DAVIS PASTORLEE 9:30 ,Gospel Concert I the said name with the Clerkof I

THOMAS' SURLES, HARRY M. 10:00 ;News the Circuit Court of Madison

COniRAX.Asst's.: 10:05 Sunday Serenade A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine County Florida. I 3cafi4sopIc
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METHODIST CHURCH Your Local Mixlicai >oci'v and the
C. I; DAVIS, Pastor. 10:43 Prelude to Worship Florida Medical Association. The REG Corporation 106 East

11:00 Morning Worship Jefferson Street, Tallahassee, Flori I '(
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching Every Sunday 12:00 News YOUR BLOOD PRESSUREThe

GREENVILLE FLA. 1st and 3rd Sundays 12:15 Afternoon Melodies sphygmomanometer is the da.By: Edwin S. Fleet, Second Vice I: $ ,

Sunday School ...__ 10:00 A. M. -.....- 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. 12:55 News instrument for measuring blood President 4-4t-ch

Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 1:00. Afternoon Melodic.' pressure in the arteries. It con
sists of a rubber cuff which is
Bapikt Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday School Every 1:30 Afternoon Melodies around the above SPEAKS ON ORNAMENTAL Presented by your Doctor

'Ew.ningVorship ....._ 7--30 P. M.Praver Sunday _..____ 10:00 a. m. I 1:40 Serenade In Blue the placed elbow and inflated arm with air PLANTINGDr I ol Serrtce Medicine ol the a Florida* a Health Med

Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:55 News by means of a rubber bulb attached teal' Association and your

-.....-...-.---_..__ 6:00 p. m 2:00 Hour 0: Decision to the cuff by a tube. Local Medical Society.
HANSON METHODIST CHURCH ZEB WILLIAMS, Pastor 2:30 Musical Sunday The bulb is squeezed continu- E W McEiwee, head of the I 1 BURNS ARE SERIOUS
ously until pulsations are no ornamental department of the Extension -
Preachine Services every First BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt. 255 New BUSINESS '
11:00 A. M. longer heard through a stethoscope Division of Agriculture and
Third
and Sunday
PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 3:00 Musical Sunday placed over the artery inside I The severity of a burn dependson
and 7:30 P M. 3:55 News the bend of the elbow. Home Economics, of the Universityof the percentage wf body surface

Sunday School every Sunday Preaching every Sunday 4:00 Hit Parade Then the air is gradually let out --Florida, was guest speaker at burned and the depth of the burn.
10:30 A. M. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. of the cuff until a pulsation is Factors associated with the seriousness
4:55 News and Garden School
Family Night Saturday beforeEvf"T Morning Worship ____ 11:00 A. M. heard. The point on the dial the Landscape of injury include location of1 i
5:00 Music At Sundown at this moment indicates the !Tuesday night at the Agricultural the burn, age and physical condi-
M.
)' second Sunday 4:00 P. Baptist Training Union 7:00 P! M. I '
5:30 Headlines & Weather
; systolic blood pressure, whichis Center. tion, and the presence of accompanying -
REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON PastorOPEVELL Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. 5:33 Sign Off the pressure exerted when ornamental in injury. Severely burned'
The of plants
the heart is contracting.As use should be removedto
CHURCH Prayer Meeting every PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO persons usually
BAPTIST more air is released, a developing the landscape plan was a hospital as quickly as possible
__.. 10:00 A. M. Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M.VV I CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE .
Sunday School -change occurs in the sound of the theme of Dr McElwee's lecture I where there is an adequate staff and

Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ the pulsations, and that pointon with I equipment to give proper treatment.
Psptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union ScheduleWMAF the dial indicates the diastolic which he emphasized the use The decision for removal can best

Evening WorshIp ............ 7:30 P. M. Daily Program pressure, or the pressure of colored slides. He also used be made by a physician. It is possi-
yic heart exerts between beats well-intentioned unskilled
of indi- ble that
Director.ERNEST various specimens plants
Service 7:30 P. M.
Midweek Prayer GURR, Minister when it is comparatively re helpers can do more harm than goodto
Brotherhood last Thursdayof 1210 ON YOUR DIAL laxed. The difference betweenthe genous to this area in his illustration burned persons at the scene of

each month at ........ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO 6:00 AM. Sign OIl'. two is the pulse pressure *. an injury.

W.M.U.'Second Thursday 2:30 P. M.Evelerp NEW HOME BAPTIST .CHURCH 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. the extra pressure exerted on County Agent Hamrick introducedthe The first thing to do in caring
Kelley Circle 6:25 World & State News the artery walls on each pulsa- for a burned individual is to sum-
speaker, and Mrs Almon

3rd Thursday ............ 2:30 P. M. Come Worship With Us 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour' tion.There are charts to show Zipperer was in charge of the social mon burn a wound physician may immediately.then be coveredin The

V. L. SINGLETARY. S. S. SupL Supday School ._......_ 10:00 A. M. 6:45. Rudy Hamrick, average normal blood pressureat feature of the meeting when refreshments -. order to prevent contamination
'Al.RETtT KELLEY. B.T.U. Director Morning Worship ._...... 11:00 A. M. (Mon. Wed. Fri.) different ages. A report of and alleviate pain by preventing air
REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN. Pastor Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 6:55 World News normal blood pressure is usually were served. The pro from coming in contact with the)

EeningVorship ........ 8:00 P. M. 7:00 State News considered by the patient as gram was attended by fifty or more injured surface. Strips torn from a
WELCOME TO synonymous with good health. sheet, shirt towel, pillowcase or
Mid-week Prayer Service 8:00 P. M. 7:05 Coffee With Ray Garden Club and HD Club membersand a
Blood rises
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH pressure during ex anything else will do. but they
Brotherhood 4th Friday 8:00 P. M. 7:45 World News ercise excitement or after smoking visitors. of
: should be clean. Several layers
....______.. 10:00 A. M.
Sunday School Jack Pickles ._...._..._._. S: S. Supt. 7:50 State News and drinking. Many persons cloth arranged smoothly to make

Morning, Worship ......-. 11:00 A. M. Sim Andrews .... B. T. U. Director 755 Weather News manifest high blood pressure I Mr and Mrs D D Morris were I a pad should cover every part of
Training Union ....___ 630 P. M. 8:00 Coffee with Ray through anxiety as when theyare the burn. If clothing sticks to the
REV. M. J. FOWLER, Pastor
Cveninj; Worship _____n.--__ 7:30; P. M. 9:00 Morning Ltevotions being given a physical ex.amination vacationing in South Florida last I burn, do not pull it off but cut the

Prayer Meeting ............ 7:30 P. M.T3iurch CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 9:15 Musical Interlude for insurance, workor week. They will also visit their I clothing around the burn.
Fir military service. son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Grease, oil. water or anything else
Business Meeting CHURCH
9:30 Music Unlimited So-called normal blood
pressure Mrs N R Williams, and sons at should not be put on a bad burn. If
Wednesday night of each month. 10:00 News can best be maintainedwith while down state. ointments and salves are to be used
Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second Preaching Services every Sunday 10:05 Music Unlimited such simple rules as proper Fiostproof they should be recommended by a

Thursday night of each month. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 10:30 Music Unlimited diet adequate rest sleep and physician. The wrong type of Oint-
exercise and control of
Preaching! Service Every Sunday Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 11:00 Music Unlimited tions. Continuously abnormal emo Smith-Corona adding ment used on a burn may have to,
removed before the
Come Worship Wish Us. Sunday School every Sunday at 11:15 Public Service blood pressure however, indicates be completely :
be used.
kind
REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor 10:00 A. M. 11:30 Record Session a need for correction ant Machines right In can serious burn -
typewritersand any case a presents
6:45 P. M. a physician should be consulted I
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at i 12:00 World NewsNoontime to find the cause. a complex condition which
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday, 12:15 P.M. Notes I calls for the utmost in professional

REV. I. T. CARTER, PastorServices at 8:00 P. Id.Brotherhood. 12:30 Talk Of The Town ON ALL-SPORTS HONOR ROLL cash registers.The skill and care. The treatment may
every Sunday. I I involve understanding of surgical
first Thursday 12:40
Uncle Ned
Sunday School.........-...-- 10:00: a. m. every procedure respiratory functioning
month at 7:30 P. M. 12:45 State News
Morning Worship _.._ 11:00 a. m. The Scroll, national publicationof body changes in fluid balance nutrition -

Training Union ............ 7:00 p. m. Everybotfy Welcome. 125C Farm News bacteriology and psychiatfJ'eThat
J. COLLINS Pastoc, Phi Delta Theta: fraternity, has should
REV. R. 1255 Weather News is why a physician
rE\ f"jn6'orship ..._.... 8:00 p. m.
1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade just issued its 12th Annual All- Enterprise-Recorder examine a serious burn as soon aa,
rprayer Meeting Wed7:30 p. m .
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST
possible after its occurrence.
1:55 News Sports Honor'Roll of members with I

"i.UOSELEY- HALL BAPTIST 701 South Range 2:00 Gosp l Time outstanding achievements in 1958-59. h+ .- I
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Bible Study ___ 10:00.->LI i
CHURCH 2:30 Public Service Madison and .
Wiley Selman a boy '.
KEV. JACK LAMB ___ Pastor Lord's Supper and 2:45 Afternoon Melodies
I Edification 11:00 A. }t, i Junior at the University of Florida, I. One Great Team
JS. R. Sapp Chairman Board of 2:55 World & State New;r
Bible Study ___ 7:00 P. M. was listed for having earned a
Deacons. 3:00 Afternoon Melodies
Preaching ____ 7:30 P. M.Ladies' in the South-
Billy Bailey .... BTU Director 3:45 Public Service place in Hijh Jurr.p I I.
'Xjeroy Crass Ji,_-Associate Director Class Thursdays 4:00 News eastern C.)nferccic'. I.I: Amoco White Gas & Super Permalube Oil :

HOPEFUL 4:05 Request Parade His friends extend V'iley congratulation I
XLeroy: Cruse .__ S. S. Supt NEW ....,.. .. .. .... .
4:55 World & State New best wishes he ----- -
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH s;I > arJ: : as
Miss Merle "Bass _....._ Song Leader .
5:00 Request Parade his studies i it the U of
Mrs Juanita Cruse .......... Pianist Services every first and third continues .
itmdays at 11 a. m, and 8:00 p, m. 5:45 Sports Highlights Fl3, where he will be a letterman .
Sunday School ..._.... 10:00 A. M 6:00 World News
unday School every Sunday 10:00. the 1959-60 Track team.
Fleming Worship _..._. 11:00 A. M. ; 6:15 Twilight Tunes on / 'Wt-
a. m.Training ----- ,. .
Training Union __ 7:00 P. M.Evening Union every Sunday 7:00p. 655 News GOODYEAR TIRESJIrYl'S C + .

Worship __.. 8:00 P. M.Prayer m. 7:00 Sign Off n I P. fH' ,

Meeting Wed 7:30' P. M. REV. W. T. RTCBOrr. Pastor PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO BAY STATION ", '9 .
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WITHOUT NOTICE f
Just as I am. without one plea.I BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH -1

come Regardless of your clothes Welcomes You U. S. 90 EAST. MADISON .
And : ......"'_ :
I condition. Whether cotton. Home- Services Everv Sunday Plagued Day
I
spxm. You are welcome in our REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor

church service.MAI -
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>I\j\V CHURCH OP COD I Choir Practice ..._.- 6:00 P. M I .

Sunday Sfjtaol ...--.. .-- 10:00 A. MMorni"c Training Union ...___.... 6:30 P. Mt ? PLATEGLASSt I
Worship 11:00 A. MEver.inr 7:30: P. MPjrayer I
=Venin Worship Uawiae eating or drinking may be a
?
yorshTn%A... '7&OJEL.MYouth Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M.vEN""rH.DA.Y oaree of mild but annoying bladder Company :
] irritation*-makinc you feel rettleas. :
fce'Wtriesdav.&Q9iP r : AMOCO STATION
tense and uncomfortable. And if rea GLASS *
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RFV H-.B.BRTCI.'LEYt:"Pastor: ._ ADVE.'t'TISTa leas nicfata. with nagging backache /
< > :.' headacfa or moaeular aches and pair GLASS BLOCK *
: CHURCHfSsargtbiv
due to ovei-ezcrUon. ctraiB or emotional .
L,} D. .S...SERVICE "' :t. .Pi: .
..Set'Y1Ce9"-r .at Mad- apse; are adding to YOU miaery-doat MIRRORS
foF rait-UT Doan PU1*. x *
CHURCH JESUS CHRIST OP icon American Legion "HalL Doaa'a Pills act S way for speeds : ARN1E HEDDERS Owner :

LATTER DAY SAINTS Sabbath School begins '2 p.' m.Oiurch. rebel I-They bar.a soothing effect 215 W. Savannah Ave. '
bladder irritation i-A fast paia-
Sunday School ..__........ 10:00.. m. Service. at-3 nrtu .. oa rvtievinff action oa nagging backache Phone CHERRY
headache. .uKnacvUr ache sad pain*. : 2-5285. New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas,Tires, Batteries & Accessories
Fa ranwrt 'Meeting. h, .._ 11:00 m. T? C WTLLIS, S S, Sunt X-A wonderfully mild diuretic aetio* -
Valdosta .
R..H f c: ..,.t ...' Breit ''J'rieJdh+M Time. HAROLD ,.YATES.i Pastor Tele- thra the kidney, teudinc to increase the Georgia LUBRICATION: WASHING & POLISHING !
.etpitpfjh* J( .ail*> cZjktdney tahea. .. :.: .
and place' as announced at S cra-, ,t"Jle ..Jn1 3 6517. '.. So art the same happy relief miBioaa
.r-,."t Meeting. Everyone Welcome! have enjoyed for over M reara. Mew FOLEY LAWN MOWER:5BRIGGSSTRATTON CORNER BASE & SHELBY STS. .
larce economy size says money. Get
ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN MOTORS .
PHONE HU 3-9419
Touch-tvpinfiT course with
FREE
LEGION HALL DtfAN'S 10 per cent Down Payment .
R. CARRYL. Branch Pre every SMITH-CORONA portable PILLS
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To Promote
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hosiery to make possible worlds largest makers of fine
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YOUR BUSINESS selling Ii nes. .
thU special moneysavingconvenience hosiery at low, low supermarket hosiery with fine, long lasting :E

for our prices! Only SETZER'S people DUPONT nylon. Not seconds ,
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DELINQUENT TAX LIST, REAL ESTATE customers Get Rose Fair could do it on such a.scale as to not irregulars but Guaranteed j
TOWN OF GREENVILLE MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA Nylons-the fine, beautifully make lovely Rose Fair availableat FIRST quality perfectly knit ;
., Notice is hereby given that the following described lands or so sheer stockings you savings to you' of 50% and hosiery! Available in TWO new :
much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes more. For they re the same fall I
see advertised in VOGUE shades and six popular con
of 1958, herein set opposite to thesame together with costs of such sale superb quality you see in smartest I
at SETZER'S today Fifth Avenue stores. structions.
and advertising, will be sold at public auction on Monday, October I
I 12th, 1959, at 11:00 am at the City Hall in the Town of Greenville, Fla. I

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20 In 7e 1 1/5 part of SVVI4 of ,
51-Gauge Sold 1 in
only
SEtt Recd in DB 51 PC 376 _Willie Lee Cowart $10.36 ::1 I
20 In 7e part of NEtt of SEa 15-Denier ,boxes of I
Recd In DB 28 PG 284 ......._- C T Tillman 11.14 s
I 20 In 7e, Part of SEV4 of SEU Re
Reed DB 88 PG 467 ......._.._..__Dorman Capan I 256 ; g. $1.15 2 PAIR 98,
BLK A Highway S/D Lots No. a Pair Value

I 19 19, 20, 21 ..........._..__.____.,_ _Simp Clemons ,. j 4.12 ; I
BLK C Lakeview SID Lot No. C A PAIR :

12 ........................ ..........._._____Roger Coker 1.78 ,. q-M ONLY i
21 In 7e, Part of SWU of .
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Blk 20, Lot No. 23, Town of kGreenville
................__.__._Simp Clemons _C).56 13 60 Denier Gauge in Sold boxes only of.: 30 51 DENIER GAUGE SOLD BOXES ONLY OPt Ilf i
Blk 30. Lot 9, Town of Greenville Willie Mae Mills 1.44 Reg. '1.35 sq 3 pair '1.18. REG.1.35 66 Pair *l.SS
Blk 32, Lot 28. 29, 30 Town of pair value A PAIR a pair value
Greenville ........ .. .. .._.............____.....Pearl Anderson J*. 3.34 ONLY ONLY A PAIIt!!
........___Bud Bee' 2.06 -
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Blk 40, Lots No. 1. 2. 3, 4, 5, 6 James Hawkins' Jr 3.62 .. .
Blk 41, Lots No.1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6.
7, 8, 9, 10 11, Town of Green-
vile ....................... ___.__._._ Willie Mae Nelson 4.G2 Seamless
Blk 41, Lots No. 23, 29, 30, 31, Sold only in:

32, 33. 34 .__..._.._....._.........r,,,__Willie Mae Nelson 4.12 '" Run Resist
Blk! 43 Lot No. 16 ......._. Mitchell and James Young 2.06 boxes of
Blk 49 Lots 3 and 4 _.__..R C Robinson 12.93 J
Blk 40, Lots 10 and 11 ____Joe A Potts 2.0G Reg. $1.50 ')
Bk! 49 Lots 15 and 16 ___..._J Vickers 2.06 Pair .. PA(2( $1'a
BHv 49 Lot 5 .__.............__._.._... P H Hagan 1.28 #;. Value
Bik 50 Lot 30 ....__.....__...._Mitchell and James Young 2.0ff l., r t
Blk 51, Lot 14 .._.--...._.____ Abraham Roberts & Hester Ross 2.06 : '. . .; ONLY A PAIR .' ,
28 In .e, Part of NE 4 of h1Vli A-.... I
Reed DB 53 PG 10 & DB 65 PG
177 less Amt Reed DB 7S PG 4S6Cora Crews 4S2 ; >> : ;
29 In 7e Part of NE" of NE -- - - -- -- ..... ...
Reed DB 70 PG 173 _.__ Marie Payne 25G25G a !
20 In .e Part of SEH of SEA: y I
Reed DB 40 PG 102.Suwaance Plywood ( k P
21 1 n 7e 1\i Acres in SWU of ., Seamless Sold only in i
SVV. Reed in DB 28 PG 493 I

Conv. By E J E Hays __.__.__._Suwannee Plywood 2234U2 'C Demi-Toe boxes of ;,
BIo 41A, Town of GreenvilleLots
No 9, 10. 11, l:, 13, 11 Suwanaee Plywood ; '' ';,,. Reg. $1.65 2 $166
MRS. ALBERT. BYRD; Clerk .Town of Greenville, Fla. .7 PAIR
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Listen, to U of F andftlHSgamesoverWMAF! DUTCH DINNER .. ,

i. Madison Gray Ladles will entertain ONLY A PAIR
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ds evening at Madison Hotel din- .
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meeting. I

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Stephen &l1(Williams young : ;
Mrs H B Dinkins had as guests
son of Mr and Mrs Stanley A last week Mr and Mrs Paul Fuhr- :',. ,Twin-Thread Sold only in '
Williams, celebrated his fifth .
mann of St. Petersburg. rtr
birthday with a at MissJean's i M boxes of
party -- .. ,: Stretch I
Kindergarten: : Thursday,'
morning. The youn man served Screens built 1 to order N Fall Fashioned
ire cookies and drinks and 2 $166
cream ,, ._; PAIR ,
received many nice gifts from his Howertoa Supply Co. ., ''" i
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MRS T P McLEOD' SR. I gory in the mutual fund industry. )/YtYllt txlM/:: / //)/
T P McLEOD, JR. :, Investors Stock Fund, Inc., with .
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J D McLEOD ; : 151,433: shareholder accounts on :
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SV McLEODS August 31, placed nineteenth in the
D McLEOD. I national list.MADISON I S ti' LARGE 3< OFF 0T&
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: COUNTY 4-H SHOW I

John McCall Howard 73, died at; 614
his Madison County 4H'Club members
home at Quitman Thursday JkJ .z. .
morning. He was a native of Brooks: will have an opportunity to I fI It : $ .: LAVASOAP
County and had lived there all his t show off their prize dairy heifers I .
life with the exception of 10 years poultry, and corn Saturday, October! ',' ;: /:. .:.: ., :::; :: _
in Jacksonville. He was a brotherof I 3. in the Annual County 4-H Show. \ '"... <<" .'5' .'. 2 MEDIUM B
Mrs Bessie Cowart and Mrs E: The Show will get under way at\ '." : -- : : o/" ./ : BARS Jii;

M Dailey of Cherry Lake. 10:00 a. m. in the Madison County i : ,> :> : .
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BALL GAME TONIGHT Preliminary entries in the Show[ \ : :',.., CAMAY
I indicate that this will' be one of, the t ti .. .. .,-' "" .i. ... : ..
i largest annual 4-H shows ever held''Ii oQt.Y .." SOAP
MHS plays Hahira Friday night i in the County. Expected entries will j E1/' : 7r OFF
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October 2, at Lanier Field. | include twenty-three dairy heifers j /AY11I : 4 REGULARBARS 3
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PLEDGE SORORITYMiss j ready-to-Iay pullets, and fifty to i
sixty 10-ear corn exhibits. {i
Florida Davis daughter of Sponsors .for this event will include -
Mr and 1IrsV B Davis Jr, and the Sears Foundation, State I;, CLEANSER
:Miss Gayle Ring, daughter of Dr Department of Agriculture, and the! COMET
and Mrs H H Ring formerly of Madison County Board of Commis- .
Madison, have pledged Phi Mu sioners. REGULARCANS CB

sorority at Mercer University. Miss The dairy show will be judged by, i 2 O
Davis was selected as the Phi Mu; JV Platt Jr, District Extension i ar
candidate for Freshman Queen. Agent; WV Brown State Boys';

4-H Club Agent; and W C Smith j' .
Albert Davis is enrolled at South-! Asst. Taylor County Extension; : .o4w t Y A isb4b CASCADEREGULAR
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western University in Memphis, Agent. Julian Moore, Extension j I
Term. Poultryman of the University ofj' j
Florida, will judge the poultry andj! PACKAGE 4
Mr and Mrs 'Harry Drake and S L Brothers Asst. Extension
son. Richard, of Panama City, are Agronomist will)) judge the corn
here this week for a visit with her, exhibits.
parents Mr and Mrs Beasley Cole.| The public is invited to attend BLUE DOT
Mr and Mrs Cole expect to leave the show. ,
the last of this week on a few;: r, r r Y u II DUZLARGE
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weeks' vacation to Columbia, Tenn,j r
where they will visit Mr and Mrs, HANSON NEWS :fk cp
W S Beasley. i I Fll1t RiflE'o PACKAGE 3 i..
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Navaco aluminum Pine Grove Training Union en- > 3 C LOR ,fLASHLIGHT' ''
I joyed a social and fish fry at the #

church Friday night. There were .,HiOWER.. BINOCU ARS CAMAYSOAP
jalousies 60 or more present.Mr ,){s: ''''a&&: .Z ".)"; ;
i and Mrs B F Davis were, I
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1 visiting Mr and Mrs Delbert Wil-I I r ,45 CAL.F1S73L&HOLSTER HnMfT BATH Qfl
Howertoa Supply Co. liamson and two children at, Moody iI ' x #It %NWt& )IS&TH
I i Field Sunday. i j
-- I I Mr Vernon Adams was 'visiting]!

Card of Thanks relatives in Augusta Ga. Monday.We .i i
are sorry to report Mrs Nonie ij j i I P IVORYSOAP
Meeks had to enter the Madison I' X r O + "+ r N .
of last
We wish to express our appre- County hospital Wednesday
ciation to our many friends and week. i 4 PERSONAL 0f
:Messrs S P Odom and Billy Little r % BARSJFOKY-
relatives for their sympathy and
Sun- f
visitors at Branford
ton were
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many deeds of kindness and help
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4' newear at i! I
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Sunday
ad passing of our husband and, I n i
Rev E L
Pine Grove and our pastor.
father. We also appreciate the '
Gurr, has asked all, members to) SNOW !
many gifts of food and the beautiful -
be present to celebrate Loyalty I LARGE
flowers. May God bless each a
Visitors always welcome.I 3.-
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of you is our prayer. PACKAGEIVORY
MRS JOE S PULLIAM SR. 'j i
:MR. and MRS JOE S PULLIAMJR. J C Sutton is back with J B' 1
I Davis, Inc, and invites all his I i
:MR and MRS JOHN T BOAT- friends to stop by and see him j I L .
WRIGHT. jHo has had years of experience in V FLAKES
the service station business.x 10f OFF

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Saddlery MrsAl Fiori of Jacksonville has PACKAGE

joined Mr Fiori here and they are!; .
Howerton Supply Co. making their ,home in one of the '
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PACE TWENTY THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDATOPRIStRCCORDffl I.
L+RIDAY 1 OC'mH1IR- ----_!_. ''nd, 1959

Would Arrive BeforeHe much before he left Moscow States with a population and an 1 I I motor vehicles, parts and accessories -
I (Moscow time). I
.. area almost exactly (just a footwear, tractors

TIre Maiisf@ Left little less in each case) the! and other agricultural machinery I

".auww IK tfccxiKxot.Maicuuuaw. AM wcvsiaut cum Of MBM RMUM "So Might It Be"Well population and area of Florida. engines and turbines: ,
Mr
Khrushchev has gotten
; MADISON. FLORIDA It is noted for its recreational water wheels, plumbers' supplies -
I felepnone HU 3-63C1 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. back to :Moscow, made the enough of that kind of I I
( t facilities containing about ten textiles lumber, furniture -
f Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance 5,160-mile trip from Washington figuring. The big thing is the,
I Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year' ; thousand miles of fishing aluminum, and dairy pro-
in ten hours and 28 result of the visit and on this '
streams along with many lakes ducts. The state has a large
I Advertising Rates Made Known on ApplicationEntered minutes almost 500 miles an there is naturally a differenceof ',
and location on two of the number of hydro-electric plants.
hour. The travel opinion. Some
sun seems to condemn him
at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June ;'' } Great Lakes Superior and Iron ore, lead, lime, and graniteare
>>. 1908. tinder Act of March 8, 1879. around the earth at the equa- right on for the things he has Michigan. Wisconsin produces the chief mine products.
tor at just a little better thana. done or is said to have done. ; '
1'. C. T. C. MERCHANT JR. more milk butter cheese and Wisconsin was among the first
OWNERS: MERCHANT
thousand miles an hour, but We do not minimize any of'
manufactured milk products states in the country to
AND ASSOCIATESMADISON adopta
in Ioscow latitude The
which is these things. larger bodyof
.6 | than any other state in the workmen's compensation law
RECORDER ESTABLISHED 1865 about 56 degrees north, the, belief, it seems, is that the
i j Union and also has a greater and the first to. adopt a state
NEW ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901 distance around is much less, visit has been helpful to the .
I, number of dairy cows than unemployment
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 so we guess-we are a little peace of the world, and we anyE j E compensationact.
other U S state.Yisconsin is' Next week, Wyoming
r rusty on the mathematics of it share this belief whole-hearted-I'
T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. also first in the nation in the!
--that he was traveling faster ly. It certainly seems that the
C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor production of hemp, peas tame!
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than the sun was in his lati- tension has been lessened, and I C E Austin of High Point, N C
MRS. A. W. VANN. City Editor hay, sweet corn, and canning i, has joined Carson's of Madison m
tude. In other words if he there is hope that
were by and by
MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager I beets. Chief crops are oats. i ij the office.
traveling in that jet from more improvement may be ---- --
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I Il i j corn, tobacco, potatoes, hay, j
Moscow along the 56th parallelto noted. As a dear friend of the I
any better government but will I barley, wheat, cranberries, cucumbers Bob Lay invites
Storm Havoc. l increase by Juneau, capital of the new i writer's is in the habit of saying you to
simply our expense I cabbages. onions,
I state of Alaska, which is two "so might it be. I I II
The hurricane Grade is seeding fourteen members of or three degrees above the I I apples, strawberries, plums, and listen to Gator and Red

probably striking the South the Legislature along with their I t cherries. The wool clip is large.

Carolina coast as these lines I secretaries, salaries, mileage,! 56th, and certainly if he should Greatest Dairy State I Chief manufactures of the state Devil games over
jfo over the pole instead of
are written Tuesday morning.;1 expenses and perquisites. along the parallel he would Wisconsin is one of the North i include paper pulp paper, paperboard I
Here in Madison county some ; WMAF
arrive in Juneau (Juneau time) Central states of the United malt beverages.
three hundred miles *away, we .
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feel touches of the hurricane,! Automobile Issue a.:
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vvittt the wind blowing lightly This issue of the paper might '

and the weather cool. Over in' veil be called' an automobile FALL FASHION SPECTACULAR

Japan another great storm,; issue, what with the pictures

(they call them typhoons there) |,I advertisements\ of all these

named Vera has just taken a ; pretty new automobiles contained SUCCESS p

death toll of more than 1500 i within its pages. For the .t COATS t

persons. along, with 1298 missing -Ia j I first time the very largest SKIRTS FOR FALL

6615 injured and more domestic automobile companies PETITES and MISSES it. i

than a million homeless. Damage are bringing out the small carsa THE LOOK IS SLIM AND Todays woman-of-destinct- ,
to the rice CASUAL THIS YEAR ion demands more than
great crop
; well as the large ones in an F .

staple grain of much of theodd's i effort to please those who wish Solid wool Flannels fine wearaibility.fabrics, meticulous She expects tailoring ,

\\ population, and to the greater economy as well as I all" wool I I tasteful I trim i and w

fruit and vegetable crops will those who desire more room; plaids 1 and tweeds good details even where itdoesn't I
in
magnificentcolors
into the millions in addi- are show. Our coats are
run ia other words, to produce a I with concentration
the sum of all these .
tion to.damage to industry. car to suit each one's notion, j on ancient types and more-

-- just as old man Hamp Jones that harmonize with our

Corn Is LifeThe from Fernandina used to close lined.sweaters and* blouses. Seat ? r

his speeches in the Legislaturewith $ 795
other night we were out the words: 'Everybody Century & "Helen Harris"GIRLS Z C
in the north-east part of town
to his own notion-that's what
zjid were attracted by the
the old maid said when she $5.98 To $65.SWEATERS ,r ,
noise of the machinery and the
,1' kissed the cow." Gasoline goes
shuck-burning at the corn ,
up another cent this week, I .
shucking and shelling mill i'I And $7.98
which makes the tax take / ,
there. They were working over-;
time taking care of our great i: total eleven cents on each Novelty style sweaters lead the fashion scene for
gallon; and if this trend: con- fall '59. Eagle features BAN-LON soft textured
grain crop, and as one truck
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: tinues upward, as it has ever '; yarns in stylish novelty slip-overs and classic slipovers yam I
would drive off the unloading and Also orlons.
cardigans. bulky
since the first cent levied
was
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stand another would drive on, : COATSExtraordinary
and so on into the night untileveryone : more and more people are going I "SELECT $398 to $6.9 8
to have to direct their notions "BROWNIE"
was accommodated. | savings o n %

We do not make so much, fuss! towards the smaller car, coats she'll wear every 55% Woo! ..'
just as the people of Madison ;
over our corn crop as we do I where with p ride. Expert LADIESNYLON I 45% Mohair 6
are going to have to watch
over some of the others-the i' tailoring in the most want- % HOSE
their electricity and water
tobacco marketing is the most! gas ed styles. Fine fabrics ir BULKYMEN'S

glamorous-but the corn crop i consumption a little more solids, plaids and tweeds. b ti First Quality Full i
closely, now that the 10% tax wu Si Fashioned
is probably the greatest of all ;
oui crops, certainly if we take I: limit has been lipped to $5 SIZES 3 to 14" 2 Pr. $1.00BLANKETS 598 I

into account the livestock into

hick much of the corn goes. Kind Towards The $7O2 '

And corn is life; we cannot

live without it, or its equiva- IndustryThis EXTRA HEAVY72x90NYLONACRILANORLON COAT
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kind towards the automobile in- __ To complete your fall -
$] 77
Simply Increases dustry. For one thing, nearly sportswear wardrobe, wa- I 1

everyone is :thrilled with a ter-repellent bedford cord j

handsome new item of transportation BOYSSWEATERS FELT DRESSHATS with corduroy trim on col- ti I Ip i

ExpenseFor be it motor vehicle, .a lar and pockets.

the past few weeks; in locomotive, airplane, ship," fine V GIRLS and MISSES )

fact two issues more than the horse, or even one of those

law requires-this paper has] sleek fast-running greyhoundsthey BULKY ORLON By "CHAMP" the finest S !

bean publishing the' proposed had over at Monticello Kitten soft with a si'ky,! m imported fur-felts $8 0 98 ,H ;

constitutional amendment thatis this summer. Then, too, this cashmere fee! that wes ->h- s ,

tb be voted on over the paper's business is intimately r. ,, easily mildew and re ,.is st,->mo n+. .hand $895 & $1 000 To $' 12.95 + ;' i{i
state No3rd.. The amendment connected with the automobile !

elates to apportionment of business. More of these pretty SIZES 3 TO 6x I
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membership in the Legislature new cars sold around here r1 -

aisd the of I $2.98 i.i NOTHIN' BUT READY
election concerning it means more advertising I II

is being held this year insteadof ti!em-it is' as simple as that I IN HIS I
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SIZES 8 TO 16
the regular time next year -and advertising is ,not only '. I Ii

because it is called an emergency the life-blood of a communitybut $3.98 CHUKKARThose S

measure We hardly see it is our life-blood too. And i 1 I I

that there is any emergency also, the people of Madison I < who wear the versatile'Chukkar I

connected with it.since we have county are vitally interestedin MEN'S "HUBBARD" jjt511; ; coat say its the most usable garment !,

been living under the present the automobile industry, i DRESS TROUSERS i m their closets. It has. !-sensible mans I

j Jan for nearly thirty-five fur we' have a plant here that I y i length;:roomy pockets and its rich 110'I

years; but let that be as it makes parts for the industry, 70% Orion I 30% wool.I Automatic ing is as striking as it is wearable. Sec I j

ms.y, we will have the election and its activity, and thereforeits wash 'n wear. This o our variety of patterns with outter 1 i

S within the next few weeks. It contribution to the com- is oni -of the finest modern 1 shells of bedford cord or wool fleece. ; I II

is not the writer's intention to munity's life, is ,governed by fabrics. f :
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vote for the proposed amend- i the demand for automobiles.And $10.95 i -aI w : I

ment. We believe the present we haven't referred yet to ;1 S 93 to I I

constitutional provision is fair the garages," filling stations Other fine "H U B-1

raid .adequate and that all it: tire businesses and repairs, BARD" Slacks priced rt t! MENS SIZES 36 TO 46 !
needs is to be followed by the road building and other lines from f 1

members ofhe Legislature; of work associated with and $1 .95 to $19.95 i

and that the "proposed amendment made necessary by the auto- $598 S F;,! A !

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