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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 23, 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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:I VOL. LIX No.8 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY. OCTOBER> 23rd. 1939 Madison, Florida PricelOc] Yearly Subscription $3.75; Delayed Renewals $4.0il(



! Paul Andrews NFJC Artist Series



: Membership Drive On

The annual membership: drive of
, the NFJC Artist Series Associationis

now on, and will last for four
J weeks. A large number of volun-

I V.I teer workers will assist m the cam-
p ign.
I OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCESThe

IJ J Association will bring four
outstanding performances to the '4 k \ $7'
CJty. The first, on Nov. 23 will be JII
E the Village Players, presenting ff; ii
Bernard Shaw's A Village Wooing. \ ,

Tuesday. Jan. 19, 1960 Steelier and _

Horowitz, duo-pianists, will be featured 1 '
: Feb 21. I960 the National % ;
Grass Roots Opera Company will
present Die Fledermaus a comedyby

Johanjn Strauss. On Thursday, ;, ... ,
April 7, the Florida State Univer-
b sity Singers, a 70-member group, .rte' wr6
will oe featured. <
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All performances will be held at
the Madison Woman's Club. :
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LeRoy Collins has joined CADET CAPTAIN CURTIS D EARP, JR, of Florida

the growing list of people condemning Madison County State University Army ROTC, is shown receiving the
the type of "entertainment" Student from Gen-
J Distinguished Military award Major .

r '<;.";., which is becoming commonplace Dominates Area 4-H eral} Stanhope B Mason, Commanding General IV Corps,
on the screens of our
",' U S Amy. The award is for displaying outstanding
movie houses, TV sets and in
many
,:<.>' ,." jA magazines. qualities of Ic-aorJiip, high moral character, noteworthy
ShowMadison
I. ; : ., Collins told the Florida Child- Dairy academic achievement, and exceptional aptitude for mili-

t.. ..' ," + ren's Commission "our children tary service. Earp is one of three Distinguished Military
'' .....n should be taught to love what is students of the 1960 graduating class at FSU and will

beautiful and hate what is ugly. receive a Regular Army commission:::; upon graduation.
Killings, crime and violence are County 4-ITers walked
ugly but how can children be expected -. away with top honors in the Ninth I
I W hate them when theyfere Area III J.II Dairy Show held at c.-

:; such glorified in TV programs, the Madison County Agricultural
> i moving pictures and pubiications Center here last Saturday. This wasa

to the extent they do, day in and repeat performance for the Madison -
day out .these days." County 4-H group, who captured -
! ry' The Governor *tnen challenged the first place trophy in the

members of the Commission to same show a year ago. The 4-H
"find ways to. improve these con- members who represented Madisor -
I ditions under democratic processes County in the! event were: Carol 5-
FSO FullbackPAUL and first of all this involves self Henderson, Brenda Blair Walter S. _
discipline." Drown, Delbert Blair, an1 Ronnie:
It will be up to parents to do Ginn. rComing '
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ANDREWS FSU full!!- ( High School, and his.!friends ooth. Action under the democratic .in second as a county ,

back, is making a great record I throughout Madison County are process may take a little longer. CToup were the 4-H members from i '
,The self discipline should be done Wakul'a! County. Other counties iI
this year. Paul was an outproud of his collegiate gridiron I iI
without delay. All it involves is a participating in the show in orderof I
standing;player with Greenville record flick of the TV switch and a stern their placing' were Jackson,
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,. improper Loon. Gadsden and Jefferson. h
----- --- ---- -------- parental prohibition against I
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BABY DIXON namsd Brenda Elaine. The maternal movies anu magazines. Each county's entries in the Area i
grandparents are Mr and Mrs Vir- -Tallahassee Democrat, Oct. 4. SH>w consisted of the top five 1-H -
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gil Henry and paternal gPand- f'mbetswho had oeen selected >

Mr-:and Mrs Winford Dixon a-- parcnts are Mrs Juan-ta Dixon and Miss Rosa Mabel Waring, a stud- earlier in county 4-H dairy shows.

nounced the birth of a baby girl Jeff. Dixon Mr and Mrs Dixon 'nt at ValdostaState College, spenthe The Leon County Judging Team
composed of Ernest Wyrick, Herbert
September. 26th. She weighed 7 have another daughter: : Saunira I weeekeni here with her'parents;
I' Morgan, Alice Clemons. and Fay
pounds and 121 2 ounces ar.dvas, Jean, 21 months:: old Mr and Mrs Ben S Waring. Wvnck took first prize in the a
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-, Dairy Judging Contest which pre-
". ceded the Dairy Show. The two _' ">.
judging teams from Madison Coun-
1' / t ty captured second and third places 9 '.

(" W'I' ,4' .. 1 in the judging event.
': High individual in the Dairy
:j
,.'.. "' Shc'vv uas Carol Henderson of the'

"' Lee 4-H Club with a score of f-S 2 1ys' '
.. :'- .IIP--...... .. ,I out of *a possible 100. Carol was
.' a closely followed by Bre-ch Clair.
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t' .I Walter Brown.a'ld Delbert BJa'r!' ,
i: :' all mem1/ rs of the Greenville 4-H
r r .... .'t' '.' ": : ,. Clubs. High scoring'individuals in {

t'-e judging contest according to
< the crder of placing were: Ernest
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( .,. I Wvrck: Leon County; Walt Dixon,

.. : J _________ Wakulla County; and Walter Brown.
Madison County.
ti !I. Judges for the Show were-Wili -I! .z
t i i wn Sparks Assistant! Extension I
,.' I :4 i Pa'ryma3.; W J Platt Jr, District I NEW FORD and FALCON on display at HARDEE : ,
(, .I Argent; and WV Brown, State I I MOTOR CO., local Ford, Falcon, and Mercury dealer. The 1 -

i:... .J V I liovs' 4-H Club Agent. 1860, Mercury automobile is now also on display. .. i .

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*-< I COUNTY COURT JURY VENIRE .....
g1 Wayne Weger. Jeweler is advertising -
fr A Planting! Pine Seedlings I areal 3 day Special on .
," October 27, 1939. at 10:00 a. m. I '.
Watch Crystals, in this weeks' E-R.
N C Colvin Quincy Thomas, J I
1. Hutto, J D McMullen Floyd Rig- ,It was learned today that a:Mr Weger has purchased $900u .

t den, James Barclay, E C Joyner, conference on the planting of Slash : worth of Watch Crystals for every .:-
r i James Dempsey, H W Eakins, T Pine Seedlings' will be held m1 need and invites the public into' L'. ;
I W Harrell, Walter M Brown. H II Madison., ,,
Williams, L H Dixon, J D Williamson This program will be presented sign up for a free watch.

Cary Bass, Roger Williams. by' the Florida Forest Service at
W S Wimberly, E I Wiggelsworth, the auditorium of the Madison
Lee C Bishop, Frank Tuten R L County Agricultural{ Center at 9:00 SlaSh Pine seedlings is invited< td

Williams. J R Starling, T L Vickers a. m. October 28th. I attend the meeting.

A Sam Sale. Finley Terrell, Leery Purpose of the meeting is to acquaint -i. Further information may b:? ob-

Y.. Handley, J H Phillips C E : persons planning to plant tamed from the County Farm
R Donaldson, R R Bass, W A Bailey,1 Slash Pine seedlings this ccming I
Forester
at the Agricultural Center -
"xd'z.4 rH ._ 4 Sr. C Wbodard, Howard B Kiser.I winter with the best known and ''' #
Woodson Daniels, C C Green W proven methods of'planting. and I P. O. Box:' 573, or telephone" '
Mugge ..Family, .Outstanding "arm.EamiJy Story on Page Eight C Copeland, Jr, and R S Hamrick. J I everyone interested in planting HUnter i-CSl1. Madison. -

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\ THE ENTERPIUSEJIECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23rd 1959
PAGE TWO



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WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORECALL I NOW .:

HU 3-2385 FOR FREE ESTIMATE ---
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J. J. SALE, JR., Owner Madison, Florida BOY'S LONG SLEEVE ==- ifI.-- GIRLS'
in
===- our JI-.

SPORT SHIRTS I DRESSFS

G-E Automatic SUPPLY iVashersHOWERTON CO. LAND DEAlS _

B FLANNELS O Wash :'N Wear Cotton

Stork ShowerMrs Earl Flemming and wife to JohnR WOVEN PLAIDSSANFORIZED -- .. ... SALE Sanforized

Collins undivided interest in 70 m t- S Crease Resistant

in Sec 17, Tp 2 N, R 9E and *
acres '
Reg. $1.98 Value Sizes 3-6x and 7-14--Reg $'L-96
Bob Lawton home Sam- in Lot 14, Blk 4, J L and W L
pala Lake Farms, was the setting Tooke S/D, City of Madison, and Sizes 6-16 _
Tuesday afternoon for a stork in Lot 1, Blk 5, Tooke S/D, Cityof y'' t lttti
shower complimenting Mrs H T
Madison. $1./
Holton Jr. Mrs James Harvey was MENS LONG SLEEVE
hostess with Mrs Lawton.In Stella Walker to Thomas Scott, S
the living room decorations \* acre in NW34 of NW&, Sec
centered around a stork and consisted 18, Tp 1 S, R 10 E. SPORT SHIRTS
of characteristic novelties Donovan Arnott Jr and wife to

brought from Germany by the hostess William H Woodard and wife Lots WASH N WEAR LADIES'
The lovely gifts were tied in' 1 and 2, Blk C, Lakeside Heights, o
pink and blue ribbons and were e WOVEN PLAIDS &
Town of :Madison.
FLANNEL GOWNSSizes
presented in a conveyance deco- PAISLEYS
Robert Bass and wife to J 0
blue.
and
rated in pink
McDonald, 654.5 ft x 75 ft x 650ft FLANNELS
Mrs Mack Primm and Mrs Andy XL.J
S. L. .
Sheffield were winners of the prizesIn x 164 ft in Sec 3, Tp 2 N,. R SANFORIZED M.

the entertainment games and 9 E.
Sizes S. M. L. Reg 1.98 & 2.98
the door prize. ElizabethR
Mrs Ilolton won Mrs Pearl Williams to "
The hostesses served German V Bell, 207 ft x 72 ft x 207 ft S1150REMEMBER J .

chocolate cake and coffee. Tp1S.K10E.x 54 ft in SWV4 of NWtt, Sec 11, : X1.50

COUNTY COURT
John H Andrews and wife to j

Lavon G Watson, forgery $100or John F Tanton and wife, 3 acres
ninety days; also, make full in N% of SWU, Sec 16, Tp 1 N, .
restitution of check for $15.00;, R 7 E.Pattie. YOU CAN CHARGE IT AT EAGLE'SGE
when check is paid sentence to be! Moore to J A Miller and
and defendant to be delivered "
suspended wife, onesixth.undivided interestin UNCLE OF MRS JOE McCAIN nings and a member of the Baptist
HOSTESS TO CIRCLE
military authorities. Refrigerators /
to 2 N, R l
120 acres in Sec 27, Tp Church.
James Oliver Cooke Jr. improper HOWERTON SUPPLY. CO. II DIES
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passing (oncoming traffic), sentence 1E. Mrs Howard Studstill's home was Services were hell at 3 pm
withheld. David Cruce and wife to Willie. LARGE NUMBER AT, the setting Monday evening for Alvin II Culbreth age 60, uncleof Wednesday in the Jennings Baptist '
La'eUVatson, drunkenness, $25 Mae Parks, 105 ft x lfe.66( : ft in I in New
BAPTIST HOMECOMINGDr the meeting of the Audrey Newman I Mrs Joe McCain of this city Church and interment was
days. of SEtt. Sec 28, Tp 1 N, R I
thirty SE&
or Mr and Mrs Mc-
Circle with Mrs Carl Sims as died at. his home in Jennings Mon- Hope cemetery.
9 W G Stracener, editor of the hostess. Eighteen members were He postmaster at Jen- Cain attended the services.
E.Albert was
day.
Mr and Mrs Larrie Cherry and 0 Sistrunk and wife to I -
Florida Baptist Witness, of Jack- present, and two new members
three children spent last Thursday Lonnie Harris and wife, 200 ft x
sonville brought the Homecoming I Miss Dorothy Landon and Mrs .
Friday and Saturday sightseeingin 100 ft in SW& of NW}:, Sec 21. sermon Sunday morning at the Earl Payne.
South Florida.Goodyear 1 N R 7 E i in Town of Green, OCTOBER 27-31
Tp First Baptist church to a large Mrs H D Roberts, co-chairman

II ville. congregation of members and visi- was in charge of the program,
tors. He chose for his text Jere- which opened with Mrs Tilden
I
Tires $12.95; Miss Billie Jean Coody returned, miah 6:16, "Thus saith the Lord, Norris reading the devotional, and THE

Friday from Tallahassee Memorial,. stand ye in the ways, and see and Mrf Marcus Cherry introducingthe
670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type,, Hospital, where she was under ask for the old paths, where is the new fall study. Mrs' Cherry
treatment for a week, and is con.valescing -. good way, and walk therein and emphasized the lesson with the aid
plus tax and recappable tire.
at her home.x ye shall find rest for your souls. of film strips. The hostess, assistedby North Florida Fair

MESSER But they said, we will not walk Mrs Studstill served strawberry
Mrs Richard Stringfellow, who is;'i(therein." He sounded a warning shortcake.I .
spending the early winter months ir'i I; andI''

Battery & Tire Co. Jacksonville, is spending the wee{:j\ r
i end at Towne Square Inn with MiS r I pointed out the similarity, between
t REVIVAL SERVICES AT HANSONRev
nngfe'low.' I Judah and modern day Christians
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in that if we do not find the right
-.._ -.:!: __ _. __ ___ '. __ __ C', 10 Paul Touchton is conductinga
way and walk therein, there can
series of evangelistic services this
Building Material Of All Kinds! be no peace of mind or heart. If week at the Hanson Methodist *
we follow the rebellious pattern of church. Services began at 7:00 p. m.
couvetousness, materialism sensua- Monday and will continue through
Largest Stock of Good Used Building Materials in lity and indifference which lead Sunday Oct. 25, each day at the
away from God our civilization same hour.
South Georgia North Florida
or
will as
crumble surely as have
others in past ages. We will find Mrs Charles Dickens and Irs.- ..T PA
I 100 Used Bath Tubs 1500 Doors rest for our souls when we walk Dan Stahl of Ocilla, Ga. were guests
in the good way and meet in a Sunday: of Mrs L G Sheffield and AGalCY
& Electric Wire
50 Electric ; Gas Water 20,000 ft of ,,
great homecoming in Heaven, he Miss Ruth Sheffield.
-,_ ; Heaters All Sizes concluded.The -

1 2,000 Ibs Plumbers Lead 75 Lavatories pastor the Rev James T Bar

ber prE'sided.at at the service the GOODYEA TIRES
V-Crimp &; Corrugated Metal 2500 Windowsall I

150 Good Commodes kinds and all sizes call to worship was sung by Mrs JIM'S BAY STATION
Walter Stembridge and the offer-
2500 Light Fixtures 10,000 ft. Moulding tory solo Beyoni The Sunset was

1500 Switch and Plug-in Boxes :50,000> ft. 1x3, 1x4, and 1?;6. by Carroll Lamb with piano ac- U. S. 90 EAST, MADISON -
I covetousness materialism, sensua- I
150 Kitchen Sinks, all kinds Flooring i Alva Willaford directed the choir

Pipe Fittings 5000 ft Door &; Window Casir 19 I in the anthem, 0 Pray For The visitors here for: the homecoming; ,

All kinds of Fuse & Braker 500 Jt 1x6 Square Edge Sidir ig!Peace of Jerusalem. Mrs Vernon were MrsV G Stracener, Larry
I Ragans was organist for the sera Stracener and Miss Fran Durrance,
Boxes Front Porch Columns, All Size,?: f
vice when visitors were introduced. Bill Ray Mr and Mrs Joe Smith,
ALL SIZES OF LUMBER up to 20 ft. high After the service a delicious Mrs A J Hudson of -Jacksonville;

10.000 ft Pipe, Galvanized I 30,000 ft. Beaded Ceiling picnic lunch was served at school !rsV P Knight, Americus, Ga., 1 1
Lamb Miss Janice
Carroll and
Cafetorium and of fellow-
a period ;
Black & Cast Iron
Jacksonville Mr and Mrs
Lamb
ship enjoyed. ; I
The anthem-cantata The Beati- Joe Sherrod Mayo; Mr and MrsJ TALLAHASSEE .

WE REMODEL, REPAIR, RE-ROOF, RESIDENo tudes was presented at the evening! W NeSmith Lake City: Rev and :
Mrs Dave Alderman, Miss Ann
service by a group from Valdosta RIDESSHOWSEXHIBITSFive
down payment and up to 5 years to pay directed by Mr Willaford, JamesA Kellum and Mrs Dick Wadsworth,

Dasher, composer was organistfor Tallahassee; Mr and Mrs J L Stud-

the beautiful of solos, still Jr and children, Panama City; The FamilyOCTOBER
PAIJL B. (TILL) WILLIAMSON dba duets and quartets program by the eight Mr and Mrs Paul Calhoun Mrs Big Days- Bring

Lunsford and daughter Mary
Henry
singers. 27 311!
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SOUTH GEORGIA FENCE & CONSTRUCTION CO. Mrs Stanley Williams was organist Frances, and Miss Mary Ellen Sel-
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217 V.'. Jordan St. Phone HU 3-6785 :Madison, Flori ia for the song service preced- man, Gainesville; and Mrs N J Florida's Agriculture Fair!

ing the program. Akridge, Cocoa Mr and Mrs Bryan -

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CHERRY'S FEED STORE; For 3 Days Only I

Fri. Sat. and Mon.
.We Buy in Small)] or Large Quantities at Top Prices LEE, FLORIDA ATWAYNE


Try some of our Ga. Red Sweet PotatoesJust FIRST FLORIDA GRAMLING REUNIONIN I i JEWELER WEGER PIANOS


The first Gramling family re- ;,
a Little Better By The Lb. or Bushel
union in Florida was held at Shiloh :

Methodist church, Sunday. October i t New And Used
CABBAGE AND ONION PLANTSONION 18, 1959 with 250 descendants of'

the Rev John Gramling attending. !
Shiloh church established BEAUTIFUL NEW SPINET PIANOS
was in i
SETS FRESH GARDEN SEED |
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= = .1&i6_by the Rev John Gramling, ,' I :Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry FinishesAS
the family ancestor. J r REG. $250 VALUE

See us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT- Services in the church preceded i LITTLE AS $4.50 PER WEEK

the basket picnic style dinner. AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMENTJust
VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDSJ.LSURLES&SONS Mr Wiley Blair, chairman of the

Florida branch of the Gramling Received a Shipment of

Reunion, the welcoming ad- \
gave
.,,;' --. -' CLEAN, RECONDITIONED PRACTICE PIANOS
dress and introduced the speakers. !' aid+
Andrew C Gramling gave the re- ""e"'e of your r Guaranteed Reasonable Terms
sponse. .D?b "extended by
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108 S. Horry, Phone HU 3-2395, Madison Fla. The morning Rev Guelman message Blair following broughtthe the replau0f n0 cryto'that noW broken.,....-... MATHIS & YOUMANS CO.

Scripture reading by the Rev Ira E tot. ...
--,."-. -,.,.-,. --,.-,.- ,. --,.,.,.,.,.. .-,. -,. --_._,_...- ...... Blair. Mr Carl W Burnett told toke.... advantage i of "Everything in :Music Since 1907"j

the history of Shiloh church. Miss this Unitedtime, oITer.all PHONE CH 4-2813
CONSERVATION NEWSBy Jo Ann McGhin CASTLE PARK, VALDOSTA, GA.
I was pianist and Mr given
MESSER ( L C Bruner, Burnett led the singing. All on the Estimates wa't"' ondtW"ry t te. ....

program were the
great-great- I
Soil Conservation Service) great-grandchildren of the Rev poirt.WELFARE. Paying 28c lb. for
Battery & TIre Co. FOX GO-BOY CARTS
October is a good month to begin John Gramling.

planting cover crops to prevent A family group conference was HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. .
offers New Goodyear 670 x 15 All Seedling PecansCHERRY'S
held after lunch when
wind and water erosion during the Mr Andrew I i iY
Weather tube-type tire for only
winter and early spring. Farmers Gramling Sr of Orangeburg, S C, I '
$12.95 plus tax and recappable lire
who are having lot of wind erosion addressed the group on the history I Charlie Wynn spent several days FEED STORE
i and records of the Gramlings of I !last week visiting in Bradenton
each reduce the
spring can damageby
the United States since 1750. Mr (] Sarasota and Miami. His son, Charlie i LEE, FLORIDA
leaving a 10-foot strip of some
I THE WEATHER Andrew Gramling Jr also of I, Wynn Jr. of Fort Jackson, S C, -
winter cover crop every 70 or 80 Orangeburg, showed a picture of : where he is with the U S Army, Jimmy Wyche left Tuesday for
feet apart across the field. These the Gramling Coat of Arms. and : was his week end guest here.x .
Jacksonville
i'i l.f after a several weeks'visit
J narrow strips cut down the wind plained its meaning. I -
Week ending Oct 20th here with his parents, Mr and
soil At a short business meeting Mr
velocity and trap the drifting
Mrs Frank Davis is a twoweeks'
Max Min. Rf. on Mrs. J .
Wyche.
.i Wednesday 79 71 .59 and keep it from spreading. The Wiley The Blair was ,elected chairmanof visit in Dothan, Ala., with
Reunion
Committee -x-
J Thursday 75 70 115 turning of this green material i in Mr Bob Gramling of Tallahassee with her daughter, Mrs Paul W Caro Jr, ,.,

Friday' 72 64. .03 the cultivated areas add humus to and Miss Willie asCoChairman while Mr Caro is on a business Mrs C C Matheny returned home
I the soil which improves the tilth ti ip to Oklahoma. Friday from Tampa where she underwent -
Saturday 76 63 .01 Blair secretary -treasurer. Guests NOTES
a stapes operation at St.Joseph's .
and increase the
water
, holding
Sunday 71 65 T included members of the family

f Monday 79 59 .00 capacity.The from Florida, Georgia, Alabamaand Mr E W Trussell prominent citizen Precisionware Kitchen Cabinets pletely recovered Hospital., friends She has will com-be

1 Tuesday 80 62 .01 turning of a good summer South Carolina. of Live Oak has been elected HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. glad to learn.
legume before these winter crops A previous reunion of the familywas Chairman of the District Three Welfare

Total ---j 1.79 jt are seeded is another way to im- held .in 1922 in Orangeburg. Board. He succeeds Mr L, W
t Drummond, of Chiefland who has
Rainfall week ending Oct 17th: prove soil and crop production.B BIG
METHODIST MEN'S CLUB served as Chairman for two years. CERTIFIED SEED BAG
F Davis of Cherry Lake turneda
at Gibson Tower 1.90 in, Lovett
The monthly and Mr Trussell is a well)) known resi-
supper program
Tower 2.60 in, Sinclair Tower 3.40 good crop of indigo that has dent of Suwannee County. He is a S
meeting- the Methodist Men'sClub
in, Mill Creek Tower 3.60 in, Madi- been reseeding for the past five member of several civic organizations GUESSING CONTEST!
held
was in
Tuesday evening
i son forestry headquarters 2.04 in. years. Mr Davis will follow the in Live Oak and is an active

I Sun rises Oct 23rd 6:42 am, sets indigo with small grain. The crop Fellowship Hall. member and official in the Metho-

I 5:54 pm.Moon will be grazed for a while, and The Rev Wayne Stutzman, pas- dist church. THE BIGGEST BAG OF CERTIFIED SEEDIN
tor of the Greenville Methodist Other officers elected for the
rises Oct 23rd 11:19 pm. turned as green manure or may
Church, was guest speaker. 18 member Welfare Board wereL THE WORLD!
be all the and allow
J Moon in constellation of Gemini grazed way
W Drummond, of Chiefland
Similarity of ideas and philoso- Vice,
Oct 23rd, reseeding indigo to come back. phies of Jesus, St Paul, Martin Chairman, and Donald L Nelson GUESS ITS WEIGHT AND WIN A PRIZE
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I High tide Oct 23rd at St Marks The fault of sandy soils is that District Director, Live Oak, a Luther and Socrates was the theme
light 6:16 am. they will not hold much water. Secretary of the" Board. The two
Aeration is good, but there is likelyto I of a scholarly address by the Board ,members for Madison Countyare I QUALITY *

I be a deficiency of nutrient ele- speaker. :Mrs Van H Priest and Mrs Lacy.
Rev andIrs Tom Henry and Twenty-five members and visitors Woodard..
ments. The turning of a green I
Mary Alice Widner of Colquitt, Ga, were present. The District Welfare Boards havea 0
in the early fall or I
accompanied by their grandson Vir- cover crop The Janie Paul Circle served supervisory function in twelve !
I gil Henry Jr of Albany, Ga, were spring improves soil fertility and supper. districts of the State, with respon- I Ii

week end guests of their son and water holding capacity. sibility of supervising the adminis-I

father Virgil Henry Sr, and family. tration within their areas in carrying I
PARADE AND HOMECOMINGThe
Rev Tom Henry brought the mes- G-E Electric Ranges out the rules, regulations and
I sage at Mt Olive Baptist church Madison County Training policies adopted by the State Welfare -
Sunday. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO- School had homecoming and a big Board.

parade up town last Friday.Mr District Three of the State Welfare -

Department encompasses nine

and Mrs Gordon Palmer of counties; Columbia, Dixie, Gil-

Frederick Md, were guests Tues- christ, Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison
I day of their aunt. Mrs AV Vann Suwannee and Taylor. The district -

FUEL MORE FUEL and Mr Vann, en route to Miamito office is located in Live Oak
attend the National Bankers with five unit offices located in

Convention which convenes there Madison Perry, Chiefland, Lake MARKETING PURCHASING
Saturday at the Fountainbleu. They City and Live Oak.
will tour scenic Florida en route The Unit No. 5 Office serving RtmI ad

with a visit with Mr and Mrs Al- Madison County is located in the I '

bert Wing at Ocala and to Silver hack of the Library Building (old
GASOLINE KEROSENE FUEL
TRACTOR
0 O Q Springs included. Mr Palmer is vice jail). The staff is composed ofSupervisor I INSTRUCTIONS:

DIESEL, FUEL FOR HOME AND TRACTOR USE president of The Farmers And Unit Clerk, and two.I Go by your local Cooperative Service Agency and:

Mechanics National Bank at Fred- Transcriber Operators. There are 1. Guess the weight of the bag of seed to the nearest U pound.
erick. se'enSocialVorkers in the Local I
Office in the Old Jailer's House 2. Enter your guess on one of the blank cards along with your
We are equipped to give ;you Quick Service. L H THUR- -x- Orange, Street. on '; name and address and drop card in box.
Mrs
T L Fraleigh returned Tues-
day from Tallahassee The last monthly official statistics 3. In the event of ties, a drawing will be held to determine
:MAN and OTIS BROWN are standing by for your service hospital
where she underwent surgery andis show that $66,331.00 Public Assist lucky winners.

convalescing at her home. ance, was administered to 1248 4. You do not have to be present at weighing to win. :':
-x- recipients in Madison County. Thisis

James Mr broken down as follows:
Cary Henry son of NO PURCHASE NECESSARYTO
and Mrs Virgil Henry, of Madison, Old Age Assistance 824 541,747.00Aid
is a member of the police forcein to Dependent Children ENTER CONTEST
Winter Park Fla. 292 (cases involving 771
J. 0 I hildren) 17,099.00 '

ALUS-CHALMERS TRACTORS -- .- -- -, -. #- I Aid to the Blind 26 1,571.00 WEIGHING DATE OCTOBER 30, 1959

INC. ": Aid to the, Disabled 106 5,91UK(). .
;
& WELL DRILLINGAND ____ i We will buy your Pecans in any quantity
Total No. 1248 Total 66331.00
SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS In addition to this amount in COME IN AND ENTER THE CONTEST

REPAIRING direct grants, medicine, by the Ven-

LITTLETON WELL DRILLERSR dor Payment Plan was provided
232 This FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE
""- 2, Madison, Fla persons. plan includes only S.
the Old Age Assistance, Aid to the
Blind and Aid to the Disabled programs MAEISON, FLORIDA

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pioneering in the field of preventive

psychology will be introduced:

to the public when Suwamee
River Research Academy in Gil- -r

,: christ County on the Suwarnee

dedicates THE MARION COTTAGE

I first office and staff building, andIhe

Utility-Workshop Building, Sun-

day afternoon October 25, at three
I o'clock. State Senator Doyle E

Carlton, Jr, of Wauchula, longtime .
friend: and contributor, will

be the dedication speaker. At the .
same time ground will be brokcq .

' for the Functional Building for THE MOST fABULOUS

case conferences, group therapy
and educational activities. Mr Gordon

Granger of Lake City, Florida


missioner Game! and,since also Fresh the a Water friend grounds Fish and Com-were contributor RECORD OffER Of ALL rIME I


acquired in 1933, will turn the first

shovelful of earth. Rev Thunnan :

Lamberth of Byron, Georgia, will

give the Invocation. Representative g I 20 SUPERB ALBUMS
Howell Lancaster of Gilchrist ,
County will speak briefly and

other recognized.guests of honor will be|I I HIGH FIDELITY' f2 INCH 33 1/3 RPM LONG PLAY

Mrs Carl E Shifflette, research],
i psychologist, President and Chair-)! ]IPIIBIiIUILAIR[] IK
AEBIS&a A UmCEIS
PLAN
mad of the Board of the institution /A4oN

will act as master of cere-
monies for the outdoor program.

Her leaflet on Preventive Psy- W7 ?$ L ck-:

chology has been widely distributed.Her .

friends in this area may remember o I >'
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; her as the former Dr : b : tK c fl- v

Margaret Liuba. :Mrs Charles SPECIAL

Dotters of this city will serve as High E"id 1EflJRES
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the welcoming hostess for the oc Play 'T, JJJ:;
casion. All invited. rPai'n Ion.
are Genuine '11
lib pure vi }.,
rary-sfyle albums

OAK HILL NEWSMrs I them ucho ritati! se ,!lusty
isle ate
and : notes
Give Your Family L ( F REE: to the .Posers alJour
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Musicg ,
Frank Beatty Waycross the Pleasure of This $.* -- i eluded 'tppreciati enjoYlI1ent coil ,
and Mrs Harry Fulford of Kings- in..

land, Ga pent Monday and Tues Complete Music Library

day with Mrs Belton Buchanan.Mr .

and Mrs Ran Terry accom- A Treasury of 54 Masterpieces Recorded in True j
panied Mr a.dJrs:: Don Gregol of I

Tampa home Wednesday. They will HIGH FIDELITYby f

be away for a week. the London Philharmonic and other

Mr and Mrs G C Rogers of Lakeland World-Renowned Symphony Orchestras
spent Thursday night here
with Mr and Mrs Lon Terry.

Mrs Thelma Buchanan returned : 1

home Thursday after being in the : S S

hospital for thirteen days. She is I

able to be up. LB '
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Mr and M1'sV esley Downing,
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Rev and MrsV L Wynn, Mrs jlifi
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Florence McMillian, and Mrs i
Howard Coody attended Middle tO'NLY69 :

Florida Baptist Association at j
Lamont Thursday. irs Cecil Craf-

ton accompanied them Friday to S 4w

:Mayo. n 30 COMPOSERS
Mrs Glenda Jackson spent several ALBUMS 2 TO 20 < f i ?;
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days last week with her grand- ,,JLj u-
mother, Mrs Rufus Sullivan of Lee. < y. t ,..L RmskyKorsaktf
= Brahms
Monticello PCA annual meeting :f

and barbecue dinner was well at-I ONLY M a' S. s ... Verdi Schumann

tended by Madison county. Among -Mozart BerliozSchub
& Hfr
guests given special recognitionwere q" ftoiiini '
Mr and Mrs 0 R Hamrick. EACH MendelssoKnTchoikovsliy -

Messrs C L Gaston and R L Craf- i

ton were members of a discussion R.Bach Straws .W'

panel composed of six members. V -S I Ponchielli
Others attending were Mr and Mrs I
Album-A-Week Plan Gives You The 0PIStYTo Of A Lifetime F Dvorak
Talmage Bland, Mrs C L Gaston, : Own A Fine Music Library You've Always Wanted For Rachmaninoff C"f'R
Mrs R L Craftcn Mr and Mrs W Your Family-And At A Fraction Of Regular Cost! j it
II Bailey, Jerry Bland, Mr Pat 1 Von SuppeEneuo
Cantey and Mr Edgar Blair. Just think, the immortal music of the Philharmonic and other great symphony j L )t
NEW HOME ages,the beloved works of the orld's orchestras assure you of hear i Chopin
greatest, composers,yours to hear in ing these immortal compositions at LOOK ;.l ':; Sibeliusyourownhomeagaidandagain'This
Mr and
Mrs Stacey Delahunt
their finest. All selections are com Haydn
recently began construction of a is music that will enrich the lives of plete and unedited-played just as the .\ '
new home just west cl Terry's every member of four family and add composers wrote them. ALL THESE DELIGHTFUL
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store. to their cultural background. Start building your great music reeSELECTIONS ARE CONTAINED RetlhorenJizet
Never before: have records like these ord library right now.Take Album 1
Mr and Mrs George Williams IN YOUR FIRST ALBUM
are been available at such modest cost. at the spectacularly low introductory FroixkOffenbach it
extensively remodeling their home, You would hue to spend hundreds price. Add an album a week till your
Mr and Mrs. Cullen Raines and -of.dollars to match this priceless col. set is complete. It's the easyto-budget OFFENBACH Can Can Music Soint-Saens 1
Mrs R C Taylor of Jacksonville lection with high fidelity records of way to acquire fine recordings that STRAUSS Waltz "Tales From Vienna Woods"SAINTSAENS Wagner
comparable quality. will be your joy to oa and the envy "Bacchanal." From "Samson And Delilah" Smetona J. Slreutt
sent Sunday with Mrs R P
Buchanan. .- Superb performances by the London of your friends. WAGNER Rid. Of Th. Valkyries t:...
r
Did you know the dog fennel is in SMETANA Overture, "The Bartered Bride"
full bloom? Remember the old say- #1t6 48LE rLlI FEA1lIRE LISZT Ltebestraum MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE!
,
If, after purchasing your first album
ENESCO Roumanian Rhapsody No. 1Flight
ing, that it will be six weeks til you do not agree that it compares in J
Of The Bunabi -Bee
frost? Better get out the old stove Each library-style.album includesmation about the composers. This RIMSKY-KORSAKOV every way with records selling; for
and bring in some stove wood. feature, unique with the Philharmonic COMPLETE PHILHARMONIC SERIES iMiiiAtiS $J.9& and ooxcsetuta it and your
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Library, adds untold value I money I
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this superb collect flu
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The homecoming at the Methodist "
pleasure, these authoritative notes ;
Church was well attended,I and music appreciation articles are a ,, ;, ; ,
the church being almost filled to, ermanentpartofeveryalbumThey: y ,
I 'tell! how to understand and ge't
capacity. The Rev Gerald Williams you w r- O
I more pleasure from the music what < oi
gave a wonderful sermon on Green i; to'listen for, and background in/or-
Pastures, bringing out many truthson I I
many striving to get the green- I +
i
est pasture, when that goal is

reached, still no contentment, un-!I .;

less they can say as Paul, for I j Mr and Mrs 0 H Horne and Mrs I DISLOCATES KNEE
.. spent the weekend .here with her Rowe Saturday night and Sunday. the hardest.
have learned, in whatsoever state S T Surles returned home Friday
: Moore and family.I Mr and Mrs Rowe received mes-I Mrs B Ponder
aunt, Mrs R L a N returned home
Mrs Carl Karstedt dislocated her
I am, there with to be content from Lakeland, where they visited
Mr and Mrs Billy McMullen and sage Monday that their son I from the hospital Monday. Her j
Mr Berlin Edwards, a former pas- t Mr and Mrs Eustace Home and right knee-cap at her home last
I Jacksonville for Herbert Rowe, fell off a light pole.friends are glad to hear that she
came
tor, offered prayer. Mrs Dan baby of a family and Mr and Mrs George I Friday. She received treatment at
visit with Mr and MrsL while at work Sunday and broke ,is doing nicely.
Mauldin weekend the local hospital and is convalescing -
gave a special number,' Surles and daughter for a week. 1
L McMullen and other relatives.Mr his foot. A later message came Mr and Mrs Calton Whitty and
Life's Railway to Heaven, which at her home with her leg in a
carried out the message and was and Mrs Caulley Copelandand that he was resting satisfactorilyin children of Baldwin came Saturday Mr Berlin Edwards of Quincy cast for three weeks. Mrs Karstedtwas i

Appreciated-very much by all. son Clifton of Cross City the Orlando hospital. Down in for an ove -night visit with! came for a weekend visit with Mr raising a window when her

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! Bermuda and New York City will Oct. 30 is 2nd Anniversary Thomas-Bine Engagement Is AnnouncedMr

be February vacation spots for 20
j!I farm couples according to J 13'I II *.ofVhite\ Top and Mrs Joe H Thomas of Madison Florida

I :A. Davis, Inc., local AllSs-Chalmei-s announce the engagement and approaching marriageof

farm equipment dealer. Winners in their daughter
L Drive-In.
.,' *.** the .nationwide Allis-Chalmers fall Miss Tempie Jean Thomasto

7 t purchase contest will get the ex-

f pensepaid vacation trip to Bermuda
WMU Patrick Buie
:> with a stopover in New York. Eugene

: Mr Davis says any farmer is son of Mr and Mrs Miller Buie, also of Madison, Florida
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eligible to enter the contest by WMU Officers of First Baptist Miss Thomas and Mr Buie are both graduates of Madison

simply buying, between September Church met with their new presi- High School. Miss Thomas is presently employed with the

25 and .the end of the year, some dent, Mrs 0 R Hamrick Tuesday.A Florida Bank at Madison. Mr Buie is with Interstate Ins. Co.
farm equipment he needs for
of the delicious covered dish luncheonwas The wedding will take place at the home of the bride elect's
I860. His firm has all the infor-
. served at the noon hour, af- parents on Thursday, November 12th at seven o'clock in the even- \
mation. ter which Mrs Hamrick, with the
J The contest is unique in that it ing. \
1960 Year-Book as guide, led a
estimating the time and
calls for
discussion of by-laws and aim for .
amount of fuel required by each advancement.: --L- ; 1HBHI11HIHHOctober i a

of four tractors plowing a given '
acreage. In addition, entrants are Q.
asked to write a few words on the EMINENT DOMAIN SUIT .1J Specials

importance of efficiency in modern
1 ..,
power farming. The eminent domain suit of AT

Every experienced tractor farmer State Road Department and Madi- 1 >i.

lias the basic knowledge to make a son County vs GV Lewis et al, Thigpen'sGulf
close estimate, Mt Davis points out. 1
U S
involving lands along highway
The fall purchase contest coincides 'ft/ i
line ;19 in the southwest part of the
of
with the introduction a new ServiceOn
of Allis-Chalmers tractors for the county, took up the first three

1960's now being announced by J days this week in Circuit Court. U S 90 Madison, Florida

B Davis, Inc. Included are four The jury brought in their findings

models available in many different Wednesday night at eight o'clock, 3x HU 3-9942 Number

styles.special, engines optional, and equipment.with a varietyof and these issue.Members will. be published in nextweek's .f; CAR LUBRICATION . 75c R


of the jury were J F BATTERY CHARGE . 50c Ru..Your Gees; IsJrie,
LAKE NEWSMrs
CHERRY Tanton, Stanley A Williams, R E

Charlie Hancock underwentoral Brown, Willard Hamrick, W H < : ==-JtHlt I TIRE REPAIR . . 50c


"Wednesday.surgery at Thomasville on Faircloth, Belton Buchanan, Lamar __ .'.__ _.J. CAR WASH . . . 75c
Andrews, Hardy McClamma, E D
77th BIRTHDAY
Williams J L "Dr. MARGARET" opens the t $et Yew free Entry Blank &
Mr J J Sale was honored with Mathers Hugh Come in today. See how good
birth Cason and Owen Taylor. door to Suwannee River Research
to family dinner for his 77th I service
our really is
day home.on Sunday Oct. 18th at his Court then recessed. Academy. DAYLIGHT DEPT. STOREMADISON

BBH1B1BBHBBBBBBBCELEBRATES
All the children and grandchildren FORMER MADISONIANSGET
COME TO THE FLORIDA
were present for the enjoyable BIRTHDAY
occasion. PINS MADISON P T. A. CARNIVAL

CIVIC CLUB MEETS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29th. Mary Wainwright entertained a ,yc y .
Cherry Lake Civic Club met Mrs Edith Bevan and Von Walker SUPPER 6:00 7:30 P. M. of y s a
number her school friends witha
Tuesday night 'Oct. 20th at the formerly of Madison, were VARIETY SHOW
"f'
8:15Adv't party Tuesday afternoon, Oct. / + di j iatV f

school. among a group receiving fifteen ) 2oth, celebrating her tenth birthday.The I
elected for
New officers were
year service pins Tuesday from --- Halowe'en idea was carried
the ensuing year and interesting I I
activities planned. Florida Game and Fresh Water out in games, and bobbing for I
SAFETY PROGRAM
YWA MEETINGA Fish Commission.A apples was enjoyed by all. Favors

meeting of the YWA Girls of were whistles, masks and candies. Navaco aluminum Paying 28c Ib. for

Cherry Lake Baptist Church, will family night Covered dish The yellow embossed birthday i II I

be held Thursday night at the homeof supper was held by the Presby- Highway Safety Officer Tony cake, circled with ten candles, I Pecans

Miss Sally Wilson. Mrs Geo terian church Wednesday night in Graham of Tallahassee was here centered the dining table. Cup: jalousies Seedling
I
Burnett, Jr will Bassist with the the educational building attended yesterday and arranged the Three-
cakes, ice cream and birthday cake
program. by more than eighty members.! Day Safety program for Madison I were served. i i Howerton Supply Co. I CHERRY'S FEED STORELEE
meeting Oct.
Lake PTA which
is
Cherry Julian Gibson of the board of County being operted by
15th was held in the auditorium of I I six Highway Patrolmen working Mrs Marcus Morrison and Mrs; -- FLORIDAThe
deacons gave a financial report and MISS CATHERINE SUTTON--- i
the school. Plans were formulatedfor under the supervision of Sgt. Gil- William Oliver, Jr assisted the

the Hallowe'en Carnival Oct. announced Nov 1 as Loyalty day, bert, of Perry, who is also in mother of the hostess in entertaining -t INJURED

30th. when pledges for the new year charge of the safety program in the guests. Miss Catherine Sutton, driving her Woman's Auxiliary of StMary's

The Revival at the Cherry Lake would be made. Taylor County. The project will Studebaker sedan, and her sister, Episcopal Church met Tues-

Methodist church will continue Dr Oscar Beck made a fine talk I be in operation Thursday, Friday 'M C OTERO RESIGNS AS Mrs Edward Massey, of Cherry day afternoon with the president,

through Friday night. Attendance on Stewardship, stressing Christian and Saturday.In I[ Lake, a passenger, were involved ina Mrs Frank Graham, with a good
i
has been good despite the incele-I Love. explaining the program, which ADMINISTRATOR OF four car traffic accident on U S attendance. The program was confined -

rnent weather. Mrs Kirby Reichmann and members I is State-wide, Officer Graham I LOCAL HOSPITALM 90 two miles east of Lake City, to business reports and plans
C Otero has
Officer 3/c Wm Marcus said the purpose is to check traf- resigned as business ,
Petty circle hostesses.Mrs about 10:00: p. m. Tuesday. Mrs for future activities.x .
of her were administrator
I II of Madison
Hawkins left Sunday after spendinga violations, prevent accidents and Massey received a broken legtin-
leave with his parents Mr and reduce the appalling death rate in County Memorial Hospital, was juries to the other leg, bruises'and -x-

Mrs W C Hawkins, and other rela- Graham Wheeler was I motor casualties, caused mainly by made known yesterday by T J abl asions. Miss Sutton escaped with
Beggs Jr, chairman of Hos- and Mrs 0 C Hodnett and
tives. Enroute back to his ship in hostess to her bridge club luncheonat following too closely, driving too the shock and bruises. Both were hos-

California he visited his sister, the Madison Restaurant Wednesday -I fast for conditions, and improperpassing. pital Board. Frank Davis was appointed pitalized Tuesday night in Lake grandson, Sandy Sanderson, at-

Mrs Stanley Green and family at Mrs C E Russell was a visi acting administrator for the City. Mrs Massey was taken to tended the Homecoming Sunday at
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Scottsboro, Ala and his brother tor. When scores were totaled MrsJ The Traffic Officers are askingthe present as of Monday.Mrs Baptist Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville I the Ocilla, Ga Methodist Church.

James Hawkins with the U S Air 0 Cooke Jr was awarded high cooperation of the motoring Wednesday morning for ::Mrs Hodnett went on to Fitzgerald,
public in this project, especially in R M Allen has returned to
Force in Arkansas.
score prize and Mrs Russell also Pinetta surgery.It I.I Ga for a visit .with her mother,
inclement weather. from a month's visit in
this
A2/c Daniel W Barnes SOn of 'I
I was reported the accident
Barnes%;: was presented with a gift. Greenville, Tenn, with her son, W H Mrs J J Moreland.
Mr and Mrs D W recentlyhas I I I occurred as Miss Sutton, headed I'I'I
Allen. Mrs Allen and their three
been stationed at the Osan
west attempted truck-
to
Rev and Mrs H L Boyd and CHARGED WITH FOLLOWING I daughters. While in Tennessee she pass a
Air Force Base in Korea. Mrs D I I trailer and became involved with a i iI
Miss Sarah Boyd, of TOO CLOSELY visited the home of President Andrew -
will reside
W Barnes Jr and son at daughter, Highway Trooper's car and another I
I Johnson, his tailor shop, and I TALBOH PAINTAND
Jacksonville, Ark. Lake Butler, and Mr and Mrs vehicle endeavoring to avoid the

MRS MASEY INJURED Lloyd Boyd and two children, of Walter G Hardeman of Albert- birthplace of Davy Crockett, his-I mix-up. .

Word has been received that Mrs New Orleans; spent Monday visit- ville, Ala. was charged with following torical sites in that area, in the Miss Sutton and Mrs Massey

Edward Massey was injured in a ing Mr and Mrs Larrie Cherry and too closely behind another Smoky Mountains and over in were returning to Madison from WALLPAPER CO.AT
wreck Tuesday night near Lake Virginia. .
children. vehicle in a two car accident on Jacksonville. Her car was badly
City. Mrs Massey and Miss Cath- IS R. 53 one mile west of Madison, -x- I damaged. I I CASTLE PARK
erine Sutton driver, were enroute -x- 5:30 Mrs Agnes Young was dismissed
at Wednesday.
home from attending to funeral FrankVeams son of Mr and p. : said Hardeman. from Tallahassee ho ital Oct. 17, I VALDOSTA, GA.
arrangements for their father Mr Mrs G H Weams Jr of Rochester I Trooper Peavy I after several days treatment Misses Griffin Blalock and Betty free
parkingWe
1958 truck headed
driving a was : Fender are spending several days
W L Sutton who died of a heart Mich, was one of the boys electedto
Ford
: north when he rammed a 1954 I in Tallahassee this week.x
attack in Jacksonville Tuesday tour Europe next summer and driven in the same direction, by Screens built to order have a complete line of Dwoskln

morning, when the accident make appearances in different Ben J Boatman of Lovett. Mr Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Paintsto
happened. They were both hospitalized I Mrs Frank Parramore was the select from.
cities and countries. His musical Boatman was making a left turn
at Lake City hospital. Howerton Supply Co. guest duji'ig the paste oflr:
mind and talented voice won young off the highway when the truck --
and Mrs
Miss Sutton was bruised and James Hardr
struck him. Damage to the truck
Weams this high honor. -- -
shaken up.rs Massey sustained a
was approximately $150 and to the
broken leg and injury to the other
one. She was transferred to theBaptist Mrs J B Davis, president of the Ford, $50. Hardeman posted bond.

hospital at Jacksonville. Miss WSCS:; of the Tallahassee Districtof
Sutton was released.Mr Methodist churches is in Sebringthis Mrs Marvin Richardson of Althais
week attending a conference here for a week's visit with her
W L Sutton was a former
resident of Cherry Lake & frequent of District Presidents of the State. mother, Mrs C A Langford, who is
----- and her
-- ill the local hospital
------ at
visitor. Funeral arrangements are I
sister's family, the J B Davises.x .
pending overseas arrival for the of date.sons in service SAFE BETS I II I r I

Miss Eloise French is with
Friends extend sympathy to the ; now

Massey and Sutton families.Lt tr =E- r Western Auto-,_Store.SmithCorona-. I :

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and Mrs Charles Waldrep WI11INF1 AWAKEN ; _
LEST 1f0U
I
of Big Spring Texas were dinner PONE MEa\ -RARE r a

guests of Mrs ;Waldrep's grand- adding
J
mother Mrs H 0 Thompson of I ,

Greenville Saturday on their way I Machines c
&
: i typewritersand I
to Winter Haven and West Palm :I Ij

Beach to visit .their parents. They cash ....Lr. ._ j
registers. -
will return in a few' days as Lt I

Waldrep has been transferred to Mercury for 1960 is i both distinctive and functionally clean in design. The car's soft,

Moody Field, Valdosta. I TheEnterpriseRecorder smooth ride is the result of the blending of body, frame, suspension, engine and trans-
mission into a completely road-tuned car. Two- arrel carburetors increase economy of

T the low-friction V-8 engines. Two of the engines offer added economy by using regular

Listen to U of F andMHSgamesoverWMAF: I gasoline. :Mercury's spacious interiors with ]lowered transmission and driveshaft tunnel

t afford comfort for six passengers. Thirteen models in four series, all on 126-inch wheel- ;'

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Too Late To Classify" Paying 28c !lb. for



DID YOU KNOW \We are Shelling Corn I Seedling PecansCherry's ,

HILLCRESTDAIRY WEDNESDAY Feed StoreLEE
BAR Saturday October 24 |
THURSDAY
and FRIDAY DOUBLE FEATURE '

NOW OFFERS 4 Farmers7 Mutual] FLORIDA AT WAR WITH THE ARMY
CURB SERVICE? 4s. starring Jerry Lewis. Dean Martin,

LIONS'CLUB The army was never like this. And
ExchangeMADISON i I maybe it's a good thing. Because
MADISON
ou've never laughed so hard in
FLORIDA Madison Elementary School prin- 'DRIVE-L. -THEATRE all your life as you will at this I

,.' FOR SALE cipal Simon Kinsey was in chargeof comedy riot.
: One acre of good Now under new management; open I
cane $500. EDGAR BLAIR. & 2 the program at the Lions' Club every night Children under 12 MAN IN THE SADDLE
Madison. Fla. meeting Tuesday and (in free. starring
always
SURE! 8-lt-pd brought an cars) Randolph Scott Joan Leslie. He

4er FO1J; SALE: Florida black rye, $3.50 interesting report on the school. BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:45 P. M. carved an empire out of the West
THISNOW per bushel at farm. COLEMAN He told the school's evaluation but could not win the love of the
SHOW STARTS
7:15
RICHARDSON, Rt. 2, Madison system and significance of the report woman he wanted. She married
E-RAd ( y Florida. 7-3t-pd cards and said that he and PROGRAM for security and found another's
; image still in her heart. A
strange
k.r FOR the various teachers would talk Friday-Saturday Oct 23, 24
RENT: Bedroom-sitting room and powerful story of the West.
over with the
parents any problemsthat DOUBLE
FEATURE
Says I combination, with bath and private Cartoon
might arise. He reported 185 I NO NAME ON THE BULLET,
entrance
newly renovated.
bus children and 242 town childrenin with Audie Murphy. Sunday-Monday October 25, 25
FOR SALE: Duo Therm fuel oil
the school and said that 353 of BLUE DENIM, with Brandon de
heater, with thermostat and plus -
jar them were eating at the lunch Wilde Carol Lynley. MacDonald
r9, blower, in good condition. Carey. Marsha Hunt.
AT'p Cartoon.
HU 3-6956 8-ltch room. Frank Fansler the band director OH, Men! OlIoVOMEN'!

is giving band instructionat Sun-Mon-Tues, Oct 25, 26, 27 Tuesday-Wednesday, October 27, 28
:.+ ? FOR RENT: Two cottages, one the school and also at the schoolat THE NIGHT OF THE QUARTER DOUBLE FEATURE

: completely furnished and one Lee. Every child participates at MOON, with Julie London, John GUNS GIRLS and GANGSTERS
?'aa partly furnished, near my home on some time or other in the assembly Drew Barrymore. First run in Mad- starring Mamie Van Doren, Lee
Range Street one block from the program. All of the elementary ison. Van Cleef. Gerald Mohr. Blond dynamite -
r business center. Ideal for college school teachers are from Madison A double-crossing gang
CAF students. Rental $30. and $25 per Wed-Thurs., Oct. 23. 29 queen. The biggest armored car
month. Contact MRS OTIS PEAVY county. THE BARBARIAN AND THE robbery in history.
Phone HU 3-6811 or Night Phone The Club made preliminary plans GEISHA with John Wayne.
HU 3-6385. 8-lt-ch for holding the annual broom and $1.00 A CARLOAD CHINA DOLL, starring Victor
Mature Oriental star Li Li Hua.
mop sale in November. .
TAKEN UP: At my place Friday, Visitors SWALLOWS PIN The great adventure of the flying
were Al Fiori and RevC
Oct. 16, four hogs. Owner may tiger and the girl he bought The
have same by paying costs. D E B Davis. The latter, already a Hunter Sims, 19 month-old son exciting story of the sky devil and
ROWELL S. Range St., Madison, member of the Lions, is transfer- of Mr and Mrs Carl Sims, under- his fiery fragile China doll. Car-
Fla. 8-3t-ch ring his membership to the local went surgery for the removal of a toon.
club. straight pin from his lung last
.. WANTED TO BUY: Ear corn. 85c Wednesday at Tallahassee Memorial Thursday-Friday, October 29, 30
;:
,.>, : bushel. Will haul it. HENRY s. Hospital. Examination at the local SHANE in Technicolor starring

... ;::.'' .:- ., .;;,,> %..' .. '. :. MESSER. 7-2t-ch EAGLE DYNAMITEM SALE hospital revealed the pin lodged in Alan Ladd. Jean Arthur, Van Hef-
:. ,.. :,: ., ".'U. h. : .....'...y., lin. A high tide of western adven-
I AM NOW TAKING ORDERS for Horace Williams manager of the lung. ture. He had to prove his worth.He .

tobacco plants for the 1960 crop. Eagle Store reported the results Mr and Mrs Jack Woodward and lived by the gun, killed by the

c ,r... Coody's Plants being shade grown tobacco on Albert farm. were so gooi from last week'sDynamitem son. Jack Jr spent the week end at laxv...and loved a woman who belonged -

4 ,1194oa BUDDY SMITH. 7-2t-ch Sale that they decidedto Bristol, Va, where they visited their I to another. Cartoon.
run another ad with more daughter, Miss Charlotte Woodward
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MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN specials this week. a student at Sullins College. Miss Mrs C D Tomlinson is spending
j with G-E appliances and PRE- Woodward is a member and treas- this week in Tallahassee visiting her
jI
I I CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up Mrs R C Dickinson was hostessto urer of the Dance Club. daughter-in-law. ltrsViltia.m Tom.
to 5 years to pay. Call or write linson and children. Mr. Tom-
'' I HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. IIU her bridge club Tuesday after- SCHWINN BICYCLES business trip to
linson is on a
": :;;)5 :: 1tr; ;:,:,< -17 : ?; i 3-6681. Madison. Fla. 7-tf-ch tor noon.playing Mrs W with P Knight the members.was a visi-MrsJ Franchised Dealers & Service I Houston, Texas. He spent the past

",10< xx;>...,,. ,>,.,<; ?it &"" .;;. -w'Y'X <.> ,, G Ashley and Mrs R H Rowe re- HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. I week at Spartanburg S C.TOWNE .

'-- .1 L:' ':'>: !:: ; }"" '' J:: :' ;JI Y ;; : ::" 1.tw> : ;' i i HAVE between OPENING ages 21-40 for for high sales type workin man score cei\cd prizes high and and second Mrs Knight high club was

I If Madison, Fla. Salary & com- also presented with a gift.

mission. Pension plan & Ins.I -x- INN
HILLCREST I' DAIRY B"A'R coverage. Good opportunity for Mr and Mrs M S Overby and SQUARE

right man. Write Box 550 Tallahassee Clarence Blalock of Augusta Ga.
or contact Mr Culbertsonat and Mrs Bill Bennett and daughter TIMES SQUARE CORNER OF MADISON
Carolyn of Valdosta were week end
--- -- Madison Hotel Madison Fla.
guests of Mr and Mrs C S Bla-

,f. Jumbo HamburgersChoicest xxa.? 30c. Paying 28c .Ib, for 1 Mon. through Wed. 9-lt-pd week lock and eed.Goodyear. Mrs W L Horton over WE SERVE ECONOMY SPECIALS!

, of Steaks and Sea' R M Scruggs and sister, MrsJ .

Foods at WHITE TOP Seedling Pecans L Brinson, were weekend visitors HO IE-MADE CHILI AND CRACKERS . . 4 15c
in Winter Park with their sister,

DRIVE-IN on U S No.3-lt-ch 53, CHERRY'S FEED STORELEE Mrs Elbert Winderweedle, and Tires $12.95 HOME-MADE BEEF STEW . . . . . 6 J e
south of Madison.
family. Mrs J D Scruggs spent the
FLORIDA 670 x'15, All-Weather, tube-type,
." ....," '..,,',..'." ',I'P weekend in Monticello with the NFJC STUDENTS ARE HERE!
Arthur Curtis family. plus tax and recappable tire.

Death of Mr SuttonJ College In New HomeThe MESSER They enjoy our exclusive dining room

:Morning Noon Night .
73 father of -
W Suttee, age ,
North Florida Junior Col- NAVACO AWNINGS
Miss Catherine Sutton of Madison, lege, heretofore operating in vari- HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY Battery & Tire Co. Phone HU 3-9731 Madison Florida
, and Mrs Edward Massey, of Cherry
ous buildings over town, moved
Lake, died Monday night in Bap- this
week into its commodious new ---- -- -- --
tist Memorial Hospital Jacksonville 1 --- --- -
buildings on the campus n the
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after an extended illness. He
western part of town, where classesare I
was a native of Alabama: and a

member Survivors of the three Baptist other Church daughters The now near-by being held.Agricultural build- AWAY
are 24You
ing is being used at present for GIVEN DEC.
Mrs James Parsons of Norfolk Assembly.

Va Mrs Grady Elmore of

I Audalusia, Ala. and Mrs Coy Alli- G-E Clothes Dryers

son of Jacksonville; four sons. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO-
, George Sutton of Dilworth, Minn,

Chief James Sutton and J L Sut-
Rotarians Hear About
ton of the U S Navy and M Sgt I saw it in Newsweek .

Gordon Sutton U S Air Force. AT
Funeral services will take placein I High School Football now we've9of it. the

Bethany Baptist church Heath.
sensational Half-Scale
will be in the
Ala, and interment Coach I
Richard
Brown and assistant -
family burial ground at Bethany Coach Mack Primm of the 1910

Cemetery. Madison High School were guest
Time of funeral arragements speakers at the meeting of Rotary
I awaits the arrival of the sons Club Wednesday. In essence the MODEL: T a / l i lJjrJtt ff ttlt!

,
I who are overseas. talks brought out that the begin- INC. -- .
, ning of the season saw a team with Replica _
: GUESS ON THE BUTTONS! lack of experience in the line. The
1' B-Team showed plenty of hustle rf SHELL PETROLEUM ouCT'

y Hyem Kramer ;; Daylight Dept I II I and desire but with success dependent 50" ,.
.
I Store, has an ad in this: week's upon the people of the Wheelbase ,:*;: ....:.. ,
I E-R explaining about guessing on I town to make the team a winner. ,.:.
The local team will) be facing 3 HPEngine .
t in his store
in the jar
the buttons Forida High in Tallahassee

1 window Mr Kramer for a prize.said: 'second and I I night.remain Four to be more faced formidable by the Friday teams local This 1910 Model T Replica will thrill

third prizes will be boys' dungarees team. Y

I Visitors included Wilson Sistrunkof
Tallahassee Vern J Okelberry
I 1 and youngsters to 80 years old.
DEATH OF INFANTi MelJ Mills, missionaries, up
i Funeral services for the infant TT Marshall Hamilton, Dr John c 4 ts
daughter' of Mr and Mrs B E Sands and four High School s
, Pisgah Seniors, Johnny Floyd, Billy Rutherford -
Mt
held at
were
'! Daughtry cemetery in Suwannee County Wayne Gibbs and James Stop by DAVIS SERVICE STATION today to

) Tuesday afternoon with the T J Conway.Mrs .

Beggs Jr Funeral Home in charge.
1 died Tuesday morning Nat Norfleet and two sons,

,I I[ The shortly baby after birth. home Nat and in Atlanta Mike, returned Sunday to after their a learn the full details of how you may receive

RUNS AND HANDLES LIKE A REAL CAR!
week's visit with, her parents, Mr
CONSTRUCTION and Mrs Fred Mickler. Mrs Mickler TW. ...,,-.... Mo M T 1,1... 4W* of kW odft y--.. ..........,
; and Mrs Ashley Beggs and son U ...w.. Sof.-d-soAdIy bwk. U riM .v.. fcoW two ..... $M.I fraMe.
a.d rvpq.d nrovWed RfewGlau bod M.droelaol b ok.s. Forward, e.r4rol. this Model-T-free",,
!1 New and Remodeling Kyle accompanied her to Atlanta nwra. led ipoUd wig..).. brow cotorwl (MptfloMpt. Normal ifwtd. r. It
Co. where Mrs Beggs and Kyle visited'her -p- No dJ94 for W kwar b._ f*. o* pawd arw..-. c.
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Read Hebrews 11 1-6 troubles, and He will carry us to s Y k I 2 PILLOWS

Without laith it is impossible to I the end. 2 VANITY LAMPS
please him: for he that cometh to I Without faith in God and in our 1 BEDSPREADFURNITURE

God must believe that he is, and Saviour, we are bereft of that
that he is a rewarder of them that I which makes life great and valid. "' e.

deligently seek him. (Hebrews Without faith, it is impossible to
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The quality of our: .
11:6.) please God. H--U- t

Some years ago in Halifax, Nova spiritual lives is tested by the faith _

Scotia, a disastrous fire burned we live.PRAYER. i : '
down a family hotel. Many lives : Our Father God, grant 1
were lost. Among the few saved unto us an unshakable faith in -i '

was one small boy whose father Thee. May our lives bear fruit for; : \

threw him from an upper window Thee, both in the life here and in '
into the firemen's net. the life to come. May our faith : '

A reporter asked the boy, "Were strengthen us for our own good and rr
for the good of others. In our
you afraid when your father threw
you down into the net?" blessed Redeemer's name. Amen. _
"No!*' said the boy, "you see, THOUGHT FOR THE DAY : :: ; \

my Daddy aimed me!" Faith in God gives us the aSsurance : :
Our faith in God ought to be of things hoped for, the evidence

like that. We need to have faith) of things not seen.
in our Father and trust Him for H.D. Ranns (Canada) 1 '

e\erythinjr. Our heavenly Father World-wide Bible ReadingEphe

has "aimed" us into life's tasks and sians 3:122iiiiia

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Farm HonorA




city-boy, whose grandfather Thigpen'sGulf
taught him to love God and love
the soil has been chosen with his ServiceOn
family as the outstanding farm

family of Madison County.Mr U S 90 Madison, Florida ". '
and Mrs Eugene Mugge and l : ,
HU 3-9942 ,
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their three daughters and a son
will be honored by the North f; -
Florida Fair Association and the CAR LUBRICATION . 75c "'S.
I
Tallahassee Democrat at a banquetfor
BATTERY CHARGE 50c
17 outstanding farm families in u

North Florida.Mr TIRE REPAIR . . 50c o .
Mugge was born in Tampa

and: went 14. He to spent school his there summers until hewas at Come in today. See how good 128 N. Patterson Valdosta, Ga CH 2-1515

his grandfather's farm in Green- our service really is
'iIle.Vhcn his grandfather died, ------- --
\ WORK STARTS ON American T and T Company Re- contractors for the foundation I
he moved to the farm and attempted ,
.HIIHBBIlIHiBHOSPITAL Saddlery ,
NEW RELAY TOWER lay Station tower to be connectedwith
to keep it going and go work expected to oe completed in I
the present building on the
to school at the same time. south side, on Brookwood avenue.S ylKUt four weeks, when construction Howertoa Co.
Work has started the
Just before his 20th birthday, NEWS\ on concrete Supply
both his parents died, and Mr foundation for the new J Curry of Albany. Ga, are the of the new tower will begin.

Mugge found himself with a quar-

ter interest in a 12-horse farm. Since Admissions: J H King, John NEW..4 WIDE DOORS EASY-ENTRY

that time, with "encouragementfrom Stewart, Mrs Eunice Cone, Miss ,
neighbors and friends and Di- HubyVebb, Carlton ,
Bembry, .
vine guidance" the farm has been Hunter Sims, Miss Alva Gaston, BUILT FOR CHORES S.
,
developed. Mrs Carl Karstedt, Mrs C A Lang-
Hard work brought about a com- ford, Mrs Gladys Blackburn Mrs
plete line of farm equipment, including Hilda Humphrey, Mrs Nell Burnett, STYLED FOR THE GENTRY

tractors, necessary implements Mrs Margaret Sharpe, Sharon
trucks and an eight inch Howard and Mrs Omelia Harris. "
irrigation well, with a 40-horse Discharges: Hunter Sims, Mrs TT
electric pump and 2,500 feet of Claymore Schnitker and baby, Carlton LOVE RJBYSTJDEJJAJCER
aluminum pipe, providing the first Bembry, Mrs Mary Evelyn Nor-
deep well irrigation system for rIs and baby, Mrs Nellie Bass and
flue-cured tobacco in Madison baby, Mrs Thelma Buchanan, Mrs
County. I Hazel Williams and baby, Mrs li.- You've never before known wagon work'n'fun like this .Easiest yet to get in and out
has 580 acres in cultivation
Mugge or now pasture, growing flue- Julia Townser.d and baby, Mrs Carl of, big headroom, seats eight with rear-facing hide-away seat, full-size cargo space-but far shorter
KarstedtVilliam, Hale, Mrs Hilda
cured tobacco, cotton, corn and Humphrey, Mrs Gladys Blackburn, outside than the more expensive wagons *p*Turns, parks easily, maneuvers agilely in traffic;
small grains for seed und grazing.
His latest endeavor is a' steer pro- Mrs Nell Burnett, Miss Ruby Webb smaller ((113 inch) wheelbase-a blessing to the long-suffering female family chauffeur
and Mrs Omelia Harris.
gram. BABY WILLIAMS Alert, responsive V-8 with great reserve and pulling power: proven most economical of all 8's in
Like most farmers, Mugge's greatest -
joy is watching his family and Mr Lee and Mrs Clarence Williamsof last Mobilgas Economy Run (or a 6 if you prefer) ::>"-Costs little to own, less to operate, cuts
Fla announce the birth ofa
his crops grow and develop. .insurance_ and maintenance Today's most stylish utilitarian car; quality-built,
Mugge is a member of the Greenville baby boy, Oct. 13. He weighed :';. gas expense.
Baptist Church and Sunday 7 Ibs and 7 ozs.COLORED. x : proven in value and smart as all get out! See it now! Drive it now! It's news! .YOUR CHOICE
where he is Training Union PATIENTS ",
School
Z OF SIX STUNNING STYLES-PROVEN BY 750 MILLION OWNER.DRIVEN MILES.
<
dlretto'r, trustee, church clerk, and Admitted: Baldwin: Green, Major
served as a past president of the Felix Rossie Johnson, Ollie Murray, 4-DOOR WAGON $2441 $1976 Transportation, local taxes white walls and
Middle Florida Baptist Brotherhood Discharged: Queen Smith, Mose : SEDANS START AT I any, other extras plainly labeled on every car
Association. McCray, John Thomas and Major "" .

lie also is a member of the Felix. ... \ My 1g
Masonic Lodge, the State Soil Conservation -
Board, past president of Mrs Stanley K Stevenson and
the Madison County Farm Bureau taby have returned to their home
supervisor of the Madison Soil :j in Gainesville. Ga, after a week's

Consorvation' District, chairman of :, visit here with her sister, Mrs .;
the Madison County School trustees, Cecil Buckhalt at Cherry Lake. ,i
the Parent Teachers Association. I tL

Florida' Farm Bureau Tobacco Com- G-E AppliancesHowerton r. -
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mittee, and a past member of theGrceiwiile I:

Directors of FFA the and Madison the Board Farmers of I'I Supply Co. : er
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Mutual. Exchange.Mrs __
Mugge, a native of Greenville yule High School, where he received e ,
is an active member of the church the School Athletic Award I
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choir, the Parent Teachers Associa- Baldin 4-W:, : r
tion and the Woman's Club. ,
The four Mugge children join in .Ga. He was a member of the FFA.
the activities of the farm and with Georgia 16, is president of the d i
the aid of friends from town Greenville High School Senior Class ; v
sucker and top tobacco each }"ear. and captain of the school band.
All are outdoor enthusiasts in the She also is serving as treasurer of
fields of swimming, water skiing the school Beta Club and' represented
horse back riding, baseball and Greenville at Girls' State I
football last July. She plans to attend Florida ;
The oldest daughter, CarolynMrs State University. t
( Randell H Rowe Jr.) is a 'Penny. 15, is in the 10th gradeat ,See it now-at YOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER'S
member of the Baptist church, Greenville High School, where
Sunday School and Training Unions she plays first trumpet in the band. '
She graduated from Greenville High She. too, is an outdoor enthusiast-
.
School and Florida State University Selection of Madison Countys -
in the field of education and Outstanding Farm Family is made C. VERNON RAGANS
is now teaching at Leo Elementary annually by the Farm Bureau
School. Her hi*band is an attorneyin Board of Directors.
Madison. All Madison County residents ,. .
Jackson Muge 20, served as salute the Eugene Mugge Family,
youth pastor several times at the "Outstanding" Farm Family for Cor. Dade and Dtiyal) Streets . Madison, Floridaf'
from Green-
church. He graduated 1959.
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Lesion for October 25, 1959


CHRISTIANS have alwaysjiad a
courage. But thereis
a special quality about Christian
courage that gives it distinction. I
I Two of the original Apostles
Peter and John, demonstrated a
specially Christian variety of brav- C I
ery when they bearded the San-
hedrin. The experience would have j
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frightened almost !
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any one.
The men whom

faced Peter and at their John ; I I II

trial were the ;
very same who ij I
had "legally"murdered I
Jesus '
.M a ar
only a few weeks Q phi
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+ RYAr
before this time.
r The Sanhedrin Dr. Foreman :: # wi

I was a combination of Pope Supreme -

Court and Cabinet. They f :9s
were the supreme authority in the "
land. They could get people killed. i
Nobody would think of "bucking"them.
Yet Peter and John did ex-
actly that.

There Is One HigherOne ,I 5'

special feature of Christian I I
courage is that it is not frightenedby :I
high authority. When asked
how he managed to have the nerve
to defy Hitler Martin Niemoeller
;(who had been a naval officer un- ,
der Hitler) said "It was simple. I
had a higher Fuehrer a higher
Leader." Christians always know
that above every human earthly .
, authority they have an allegiance
to the All-Highest. They may realize CROSSROADS
I that human authorities can :
make it very unpleasant for them;
but that makes no difference.
i Take the case of Ambrose a -
. bishop of Milan nearly seventeen Here's what happens when four super-highways meet-a far cry
i THE C H U R C H FOR ALL .
centuries Emperor Theodosius I
ago. '
; appeared one morning at the ALL FOR THE CHURCH from that simple "plus mark" we used to call an intersection!

t bishop's church expecting the red- The Church is the greatest factor on earth for ..__ !

carpet this time.treatment For Ambrose as usual.was But at not the the building of character and good citizenship. Life is becoming more complex, isn't it? No longer is it simply aft ,
...
: is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a '
door. Theodosius and would as not emperor let the emperorIn. had just strong Church, neither'democracy nor civilization matter of finding, the right road. Today you can't even get on the right.

been in a war. Ambrose was not a can survive. There are four sound reasons why road until you find the right approach. And you had better be mighty
pacifist, but he knew that his royal .
should attend regularly and -
services
every person
highness Theodosius had slaugh- sure of the direction want to or you'll find yourself speeding
support the Ch urc. They are: (I ) For his you go,
; tered over 7,000 people in the city sake. For his children's sake. For
of Thessalonica most of whom own (2) (3) away from your destination on a turnpike that permits no U-turn. .
I ,were non-combatants. That was a the sate of his community and nation. (4) For '- .._--- .__-,.,--- .

I ''war-crime Bishop Ambrose the sake of the Church itself which needs his As life has become more complex, the value of a deep abiding religious ,
I I pointed out. It was like the slaughters moral and material support. Plan to go to '

I of old King David. "And'.you.. church regularly and read your Bible daily. conviction has become more evident. Against a background oft i I
I 'must do penance as David did, he ;
said, "or I will never admit :you to confusion and uncertainty the confident assurance: of Christian faith is I
: church" The i
my emperor could
Day Book Chapter Verses
have killed Ambrose; he had killed sharply I silhouetted. II
many for less; but Ambroses court Sunday Proverb 15 19 .: .
t age conquered him. He actually did Monday Deuteronomy 19 9-10 I
'public penance too, and there were Tuesday Psalms C7 1-2 And the millions. who have turned to the Church for truth and guidance !
Wednesday Psalms 119 b-li ,
no more slaughters of the innocent. 1 I
I Friday Thursday I Hebrews Timothy 10 1 22-23 8-9 have made a thrilling discovery. The Way of Christ is still just ag I.
! Two Thousand Tumults
i "I have put down two thousand' Saturday Mark : 16-18 clear, direct, and inspiring as it was to those who heard it first -by the ,!

ii I tumults," said another Christian
I :preacher at the close of his life Galilean, road. '.

I which had been packed with nar- ,.:...' ..'
row escapes. His name was John -

Calvin. Starting out as a student Copyright 1959,Kehttt Adr.Service,Slritt-... /..
and writer a shy sort of scholar, .0'T'
he had been drafted into becominga
virtual dictator of a city that
needed a dictator if one ever did. r"' ;:>>::w &"tS .ntt.rftt .ti r5 Jtm" 'r :!trp;: Ir3ttWW:;:: :: : ::: : : 1i ;:iaf't:;:.:,:.:.
The city threw him out, but before
long they discovered they could ,
not get along without him, and :
persuaded him to return. He had a _--': ,.,._", ._._.__ ku_<'_ "'0 .._ ___ '__:;.. .. .r .;_:_:__: .. __ "iLi i TI
different kind of courage the cour-
age needed by a man in authority.in 'These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the FoUo'wing! Individuals and
high position.
Establishments:
Against Madam .
If one kind of Christian courage . . . .

Is to stand up against Tiigher authority -
,. in the name of the Highest -MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITH.WESTERN AUTO STORE
if another kind is to stand againstthe
DUNN FURNITURE CO.
crowd for what a man knowsto The Rexall Store. HARDWARE J. J. Sale, Jr., Owner .
be right there is a third kind ,
of Christian courage which is Phone HU 3-2300 Ma diF1a." .. ; = Madison Florida Phone HU 3-2385, Madison. Fla. MADISON FLA.
needed sometimes. It is often a ," Phone HU 3-2340 _
losing kind at the time, but it la -
thrilling all the same. A roaring -..,r.
Chinese mob one day at the beginning '., "
of this century all with murder
in their hearts and knives la ti- -- -
their hands surrounded a missionary ...-, .-. MESS E-R, :. : J. B. DAVIS, Inc.Madison ." .

named Horace Pitkln. "Have' BATTERY & TIRE CO. MORROW INSURANCE QUALITY CLEANERS .
you anything to say before we kill [: ...- .' AGENCY FloridaCANTEY
you?" they screamed. "Yes said : When clothes '
MADISON FLORIDA your are not becoming
Madison Florida
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he. "Tell my son to come out to- .i- I
China and take my place." Now to you they should becoming
emperors can be persuaded, and -
to us Phone HU 3-2255
crowds be
can controlled; but a .. '. t
mob with the taste of blood Is I
simply mad; and with madness BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. FRALEIGHASHLEYTRUCK ;_ -
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there i3 no argument. So they cut
, htWn to pieces. Yet even this Wiring and RepairAppliances'MADISON "
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J Seemingly hopeless courage had its SEftVICE
I reward. When Horace Pitkln'a son FLORIDA Phone IIU 3-2241 Madison Fla. Madison Florida STATION
went out to take his father's place.
as he did, he found, as one of his Madison Fla. >
first converts a man who as a boy
had watched that missionary die

teid"From, "I that wanted moment to,"know this Chinese more e f $ n. S . ". .DF.

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'might be inclined to vote for

the amendment and if so all COME TO THE I BBBBBBBB
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CfilTCRPBISC-l ORDER right; aM if the amends THURSDAY. 'OCTOBER 29th. .

carries, all right. This does not SUPPER 6:00: .:30 P. M.
ft&I5II"0 14 ttUCAtgiW. -
1QfUVMI. A O MOUSIUH curu Of aoaia HOKKM
: MADISON, FLORIDA mean that we are opposed to VARIETY. SHOW 8:15Adv't) New Additions *

i Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. 1 1i reapportionment; the writer

i Published Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance I has sworn several times to sup- --- -- -- ---

I! Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year i i'I port the Constitution of Florida SAFE BETS \ No down payment and up to 5 years to pay

Advertising Rates Made Known on Application and the Constitution says that 'LARGEST STOCK OF GOOD USED BUILDI:;
'I
rt>4 n7GNNOl MATERIALS
apportionment shall be made
Entered at the :Madison Post Office as second-class matter June I
ten We stand by
25, 1908, under Act of :March 8, 1879. every years. NCr ANGRIER
what it says. We understand : ol+ta! flMTIOMI I PAUL B. (TILL) WILLIAMSON dba
MERCHANT JR. .
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. that the reason the Legislaturehas __

AND ASSOCIATES not been able to reappor- SOUTH GEORGIA FENCE AND CONSTRUCTION CO.

MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 tion at its recent sessions has 217 \V. Jordan St. Phone HU 3-6785

NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 been the conflict of view, 'I. MADISON, FLORIDA

CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908T. roughly speaking, between the

small and the large counties, :
.- C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. !
the determination of the
C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor anr JI
MRS. A W. VANN City Editor small county contingent not to $NUT COUMCNReaaEcc
control of the Legislature
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MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager give up you NG MAN WM.xa V
: and specifically of the coRNIN&, CAMPING EQUIPMENT-
CT'II"PS' ...no 1w cnRT vKt1OtTyMRtNNG
what their children are look- Senate. That may be all well -

Especially Careful ing at on TV. and good; however, we also be- MPOMMKCOUkP ICHR 4TRRW ON rcc 1AR" ,**.- Pup Tents . $5.95 6-Piece Aluminum

The hurricane Judith, which lieve in justice, and since the Now ALL of NoJtNING.Cherry-nm QRNINM.! AQ Complete with poles & Mess Kits $1.98
Constitution says that Sena- pegs

cnme up all of a sudden last Can We Expect Else? torial districts shall be appor- Genuine New Army Folding

Saturday, crossed the southern Pie WinnerMiss Army Shovels . $1.98
part of the state Sunday without And what we have said tioned every ten years, such I Canteens ..... 98c With Cases
districts to be as nearly equal With
Covers ,
Louise Brown of Lee
was
doing any appreciable dam- about the TV may be said much I
in population as practicable, winner of the District Cherry Pie 7x7 Wall
Over here we had prac- emphatically and much Army
age. more with no county being divided Contest held in the lounge of the Tents . $14.95
tically no rain from it even, more extensively about the Florida Power office at 2 p m. Monday Packs . . $1.49
making such apportionment we. Complete With Poles and
although, as this is written, whole motion picture industry.Yes October 19. Four counties were Complete With Straps Pegs
believe that should be done. If represented by the following con-
the weather is somewhat cooler. there are good motion pictures testants: Army Type Camp
the Legislature should leave out Shoulder
Soon it will be time to have fine ones; and there area Miss Eileen Carter Hamilton Hatchets . $1.39
all thought of sectionalism, of Pack . . $1.49 I
a little heat in the home in I great mans others that are County; Miss Pam Agner Taylor
Hg versus little, of trying to County; Miss Annette Reams, Jef 5x7 Wall
I
order to keep warm, and fre- decidedly harmful for the Machetes: . $1.98
get ahead or stay ahead of ferson County; Miss Louise Brown. Tents . $12.93:
quently the first chilly spell young, and do at the least no Madison County. With Case
somebody else, it could accomplish Complete With Poles and
occasions a number of accidental food to the old to see. Horror Miss Brown will compete against Pegs
reapportionment in one the winner of the Apalachicola Dis- JungleHammocks
fires. While we shouldnever pictures, those bordering on
day under the present consti- trict Monday. November 16, in Field Packs $2.93 $9.95Air
let down our guard immorality, pictures of violence, Monticello The winner in this con-
tutional provision, which is
against fire, the present is a shooting, scalping and general test will represent the Northern Genuine Army
eminently fair and proper. Division of Florida Power territoryin Mattresses $2.98
time to be especially careful. hell raising; how can we ex- Sleeping Bags $1.98
the state contest in St Peters-
pect not to have juvenile and burg Saturday, Dec. 5. Army
Scout Knives 98c
Not Correct To adult delinquency both? and Heavily Populated Judges were Mrs Dale Leslie. Bayonets . $2.98
'
that at a time in the world's Madison Mrs J D Braswell Jasper Navy

history when we particularlyneed and Mr W G Stephens Principalof Hammocks $6.95: New Mosquito
Condemn All IslandPuerto Monticello High School.
Bars . . $2.98
to conserve and promoteour Miss Eileen Carter of White I
People over the country physical, mental and moral Rico is the eastern- Springs was runner-up in the cutest Sterno Camp
Cook Stoves( 9Sc
were taken for a great ride by well being! most and smallest of the islands Blankets . $2.98
I
a number of the TV quiz of the Greater Antilles
Mr and Mrs W F Blalock and
shows, according to evidence group of the West Indies. It children. Tony and Marilyn of I FREE! ARMY HELMET WITH PURCHASEOF
\Wonder
recently uncovered by the 'What's WrongIn is a territory of the United Ocala spent the week end Here with: ANY CAMPING ITEM!
Mr and Mrs :Maury Blaluck Mi i i I
House investigating committee, this finding of fault with States and not a state; however Mrs Emaline Carpenter.x .

and we look for more developments other media of information and I if we should have fiftyone -x- I SOUTHERN SALVAGE CO.

when they finally get Mrs I entertainment, we do not mean states, it appears at pres- Emaline Carpenter and Mr I

Van Doren, the whiz-in-chief, I to exempt the line of work in ent the most likely to be the meet' 'chard Miss Sowell Dale of Carpenter Madison \.ili of 111 South Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga.

OP the stand. We were one of I which we are ourselves en- fifty-first. Its area is only five Charity Hospital, New Orleans: in

those who enjoyed watchingthe gaged. The newspapers and times that of Madison countyor Pensacola for the week end.:
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quiz shows (that is, those magazines have much to answer one-seventeenth that of
You won't believe when see our '
you
that came at a time that wouldfit for too. For the sake of the Florida but its population is your eyes fHrdereD'5ea1V NS'

in with our.busy schedule) money involved, so many of more than half that of Florida.It : line-up for '60
m riNKT rows
and we attained not only pleasure us play up the bright side of is one of the most densely Wonderful New OF A IIfETIME

but also a degree of addi- drink, publish lurid details of. populated places in the world, _.-;-

tional education from following !'' crime. flaunt horror and sex rjid that is one of the reasons iAMN. :

them. Often we would refer to 'I pictures on the amusement why so many Puerto Ricans World of 6O Fords! F.ej-. :

the Bible or to the globe or page, and if we have occasion have left the island and come
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maps or to the encyclopedia to to remind ourselves! that these to New York, with all the complexities r Tw .. FrLM Tow.... .

check up further on the an- I tilings! go into people's homes that such change of i. : "= ;

swers. What we cannot understand I location has entailed. Agricul- MOW W(FORD DEAlERS HAVE CARS OF EVICT .
where are little minds, r..WI
i eager fJEJ.r'S SIZE EVERY MICE RANGE FROM ANT CMA....
is why the dishonest simply shrug our shoulders and ture until recently was the :Q) POINT Of VIEW-fROM EVERY POINT
OF VAlI -TItE FINEST FOtDS OF A LIFETIME .
show promoters felt it neces- say What the . ? And then chief industry of the island N.L-flEW"USEIIGU COUIITI'f SEDAI =9 y Iw.501

sary to rig the shows; it seems some of us piously wonder and sugar cane is the principalcrop. Tow"T"Salo
Wfcat. to ..F.rd! Why not own the i' ... .
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to us that the shows would I v hat's wrong with the coun- Dairying and poultry world's most wanted wagon? Or the "'" ::..== a..SedIII .

have been just as much fun try. ... raising are important indus- new, beautifully proportioned Galaxie ; ,
,,. .
Faulane -
below.
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if they had been honest I Other include an economy-minded .
; or tries. crops ,%..or a big-value Fairlane I 500.: c.InM Taw.M

even more so since being I Present Provision Fair coffee tobacco, pineapples, \ ALL-NE.STAllUQ I .

honest about it would have required grapefruit, coconuts, oranges, T_""

a greater number of While we have an idea that and vegetables. In recent years, s Ia.tMr

contestants and would have. not too many Floridians are manufacturing has been greatly t: ,

I kept the questions more nearly caring much about it, we are encouraged and enlarged. ---g.1s..IiMI I

vi ithin the range of the average to have an election come the Principal manufactures include r'T9rr ;'-

TV viewer. But be that as it first Tuesday after the first refined sugar molasses, rum, ........ -,

may, quiz shows are not per :Monday in November, which is alcohol, cigars, cigarettes, ;' ,
.....
se wrong, and it is hardly the 3rd day of November, needlework, embroideries, r.IM Nw

correct to condemn them all eleven days from the publica- men's clothing, canned fruits, 4U-MW CALAXIC TOWN VICTORIA "91

because some of them have tion date of this paper. The straw hats, fruit juices,'" cor- r c...,LMu

mistreated us. proposed legislative reappor- dials, bay rum, cement, shoes, Frwi awy p.....* .* you've never seen ears "91 .
o new. Beneath that beauty you'll find new
tionment amendment and the textiles, glass products, paper- people-room-new comfort-and a wide t i

Should :school: millage and trustees are board, clay products, electrical t choice of superior power, in Ford's finest '"0" .

SuperviseAnd the only questions to be voted appliances, Pharmaceuticals, tradition. Come see for yourself.MIIK e=*

in spite of the tremen- en, and generally there is not and plastics. The island has ( FAtcoa:CM-meAUttl M ft*
,
tNJU TO MMotursiam
dous hoax that they pulled on expected to be a heavy turnout various mineral deposits but, I ..
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us, we do not feel that the of voters. The writer said in except for salt and marble! W4 TMMOtatMBtWt 0"I

rigged quiz shows have doneus an earlier issue of this paper they are mostly untapped. The I

half the harm that certain that he did not plan to vote island formerly belonged to waft a.saW ..... to see F.N.f. ..... J
the all America's been .
car 'I ....
other shows on TV have done. for the reapportionment amend- Spain, but was ceded to the waitiag for!The New.ne Ford nil/ .,'

We\ refer to those glamorizingcrime ment, and he has not changedhis United States following the tto Falcwi. lives up to your r1 'I" 4
dradrt-.r low price. And it's r :;; ,
glorifying drink and mind. As he sees it, we I Spanish-American War. lovely to look at! tAU t n-f. "Jn 1
J.
generally playing up violence; would simply have fourteen COME IN AND SEE THE COMPLETE CAR SHOW ,
I M-Sgt Benny Williams of USAF F.t/.A.F AT AMERICA'S FIRST COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE DEALER'S hfN.fitls:
we cannot see those things repeatedly more legislators with their (
thrown at us, withoutan secretaries, other attaches, I Recruiting Lake, Fla.Service For resides information at Cherry call See "FORD STARTIME" in living color "Tuesdays on NBC-TV _
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injurious impact being made mileage and other expenses to Cherry Lake 8258. tf-lt-ch .

upon some of us. For the many pay for, and with no better

vorth-while shows on television -I government resulting. We can Are your brakes safe? HARDEE MOTOR ca :

-and there are manywe see that people in counties that
If not drive in today to
have nothing but commen- stand to get Senators to them- ,

dation. However: it is quite in selves (and to a less extent to McWILLIAMS GARAGE Corner Base & Hancock Streets Madison EJa. j

order for parents to supervise get additional Representatives) ,
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gest operational missile, the famed 200 mile Redstone, I
For Pure Enjoyment lunges skyward from its launching pad at White Sands I I -

Missile Range, N. M., during a recent troop firing. The AUTO BROTHER ACCIDENTMr DIES IN
Redstone, "father of all ballistic missiles" is better COME TO THE
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CITY COMMISSION known as "Old Reliable" and its off-spring-the Jupiter and Mrs Wardlaw Brinson MADISON P T. A CARNIVAL
G-E Appliances C-is credited with orbiting the free world's first earth I were called to :Moore Haven the THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29th. .
PROCEEDINGSCity satellite. The missile will be used as the first manned I I past week by the death of Mrs SUPPER 6:00 7:30 P. M

Howerton Supply Co. missile carrier in "Project Mercury," the NASA man in Brmson's brother John McSwain VARIETY SHOW 8:15Adv't
space program. An exhibit describing the Redstone and I Brannan, age 29: who was killed iI )
-------- of Madison, Florida I Wednesday<< Oct 14, on state road
WITNESSES RENT BUNGALOW other Army missiles will be on display at the North I
October 6, 1939 80 fourteen miles west of Clewiston
Florida Fair, Tallahassee, October 27-31.
Jehomh'sVitnesses have rented The Commission met this date in i when the car in which he and an- HALLOWE'EN CARNIVALThe
the bungalow at 118 North Orange regular session with all members I I I II II other young man were riding ran
Street and are redecorating it to l into a canal by the roadside.
be used as a kingdom hall, Hugh presentMr TOBACCO MEETING AT bill HR 8819, which provided for Funeral services wore held Sat- "
Charles Watson, Manager of Lee PTA
Hancock presiding minister of the LIVE OAKTobacco the lease and transfer of tobacco urday, Oct 17, at the First Baptist is sponsoring aHalloween
the Florida Power Corporation Carnival Saturday Oct.
Median congregation announced I allotments within a county on a : church in Moore Haven, with interment ,
Office before the Com- 24th, at the Lee School building.
today. The new place for holding appeared ,year to year basis. in nearby Ortona cemetery.The .
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Bible studies and public meetings mission. Mr Watson presented plans I growers of Florida areinvited Rev Jimmy Anderson con- The parade starts at 4 o'clock In
will be of much convenience for drawn by his company for install to attend a public hearingefore The hearing is scheduled to be-. ducted the last rites. tht afternoon supper will be servedat
those attending, as heretofore most gin at 11 am in the Live Oak Elks 5:30, the booths open at 6
I ing mercury-vapor street lights. > a sub-committee of the U S Survivors include two young
of the classes and even Bible lectures Club House. o'clock, and the pageant contest
The Commission gave approval for House of Representatives to be held sons, the parents<< Mr and Mrs E L
will take place at 8 o'clock Plentyof
in
were held the Hancock
11 new type lights to be installedon Prior to the meeting the Florida Brannan, Moore Haven; four sis-
home on Highway 90 West.A I in Live Oak, October 26, it was entertainment, and the publicis
Farm Bureau's Tobacco Committee, ters, including his twin sister Mrs
present poles on South Range
series of Bible lectures on announced here by the Florida cordially invited to come. 8-lt-ch
pertinent subjects of the day are Street. Farm Bureau. headed by Lacy Doke, will meet at Lloyd Witt, Mrs Leila Emery,
v Moore Haven Mrs Wardlaw Brm brothers, James E Brannan of
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rjQw being given each Sunday af- I Mr Priest made motion that the The committee will discuss Con- the Suwannee County Farm Bureau
son, Madison; and Miss Mary Ann Clewiston and Richard M Brannan,
ternoon At 3:00 p. m. Mr Hancock new street at the North Florida D R Billy Matthews' office 9
I gressman ) at am. Brannan of Pittsburgh Pa, and twoVI Test Palm Beach.
said. Five other for Bible
meetings !Junior College be named "Turner -
study and service coaching will be Davis Drive". Motion, seconded by
held each tam.
Mr Brmson' was carried unani For 1960-Mercury announces

Mrs D Holland of Ft Pierce, in mously. : ,
renewing for the E-R, writes, We The Clerk read proposed Ordin-
always enjoy reading the home town ance No 59-4 establishing Fire-

news. men's pension fund. The Clerk important price reductionson
i pointed out that this would not

\ involve the City financially, that
funds would come from the State

r and employees contribution. every model !
a Mr Priest moved that OrdinanceNo
4 59-1 be adopted without future

readings. Same was seconded by
Mr Brinson and carried unani THIS POPULAR MERCURY MONTEREY,* FOR EXAMPLE, IS


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Buy one of our .\\odtrn,GuaranteedINTERNATIONAL dinance No 59-5 establishing the *Based on manufacturer suggested delivered price for a Monterey door Sedan.1960.1959.I .
Policemen's pension fund.

RINGSEach Mr Brinson moved that OrdinanceNo i

of these International Birthstone 59-5 be adopted without I
Rings carries a written Guarantee future reaQmgs Motion was approved I I r
against Breakage or Loss of these I unanimously.The I I 3I
Modern, Brilliant B-fthstones. Commission authorized the !

Come in- Pick, out an International City Manager to attend the Florida ,
Rmc, and with jour purchase, we will League meeting i
gin you Free a written Guarantee. There being no further business, T
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the Commission approved the bills I. ;
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WAy:1-V EGER V. M Folsom, Mayor, I :, x ,

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Messrs, Dugan and Bailey IMHS STUDENT COUNCIL SPEAKSThe Regans. Most Talented-Tommy Pepe era; Rowe.
Minutes of the Board of Capital Outlay priority list foi JUNIOR CLASS- I Carmen Buckhalt. Hest Dressed-Melvin Wells; June

1939-60 school budget was approvedby school term is underway once President, Russell Long, Vice- Most Intellectual-Allen. Beck; IJapans.B: .
Public Instruction Board on motion by Mr Smith, again and the first six weeks have President, Sue Knight; Secretary', Sandra Ulm. Carmen Buckhalt, <*oire>pond-
seconded by Mr Baile}. and carried. flown: by, we are happy to say, Helen Sue Wright; Treasurer Pat i Most Likely' to Succeed- John in' Secretary Student Council

The project priority list included very smoothly. The various clubs. Lowrence. Mercer; Elizabeth Smith. -- -----
funds for the following projects: and classes have elected their officers -. SOPHOMORE CLASS: (not knownat Most Attractive Maury Blalock. rwJmftnfiAAfinAre
MADISON COUNTY. FLORIDA
1. Completion of classrooms at and some of the coming events the time) Robbie Cruce.
OCTOBER 7, 1959
Madison County Training School.] are already being pjanned. FRESHMEN Most Dependable-Howard Don- brakes safe?
Board in
The met
regular session
57,200. The head organization the Stud- President Billy Williams; Vice- aldson Rosalind Hutchinson. your
on the above date with all President, Nancy Hiers Secretary, ;
compQsed ;
ent Council, is of: President -
2. Two additional classrooms at Friendliest-Randall Buchanan
members present. The meeting was Beverly Gibson; Treasurer, Sheryl ; If drive in
Madison Elementary School, $17,998. John Mercer, Vice-President Annell Ragans.WittiestBuddy. not today to
called to order J>y the chairman, Williams.8tH ,
Ca le Jones Corresponding Secretary I
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3 for
Equipment classroom addi- Ragans; Linda
Mr Marcus \V Cherry, and opened GradePresident, Harriet
Carmen Buckhalt, RecordingSecretary
tion, $1,413.Mr Gail Harris.
McWLUAMS]
GARAGEeJ"1ILrutIUUUUUUU1S
with prayer by Mr Bishop.Dr Peggy Register, Treas- Gandy; vice-president Nancy Hiers;
Alex H Cutest-Burl
Smith reported to O'Quinn; Ann Mas-
Marshall Hamilton Presidentof
Secretary, Sharon Wilder Treas-
;
urer, LeToy Ragans, Parliamentarian -
the Board that Mr Frank Cante-- sey.
NFJC, submitted a list of in- Plant.REPRESENTATIVES. urer, Carlena Morrow
had been contacted as requestedand Johnny Sweetest-Sandy Hardee Sircy
service teachers ;
enrolled for ex- 7th Grade-President, Shirley Mer-
tension credit The ht included nine would sell to the Board ten :
chant vice-president Don Williams;
acres of land adjacent to the present -" 12th grade-Johnny Plant, Sircy ;
teachers from Madison County and site for the expansion of theJunior Howe, Susan McCoy. secretary, Nancy' Matheny; treas-
thirty-four from Suwannee County. 11th grade-Carolyn Williams, urer (not known).
College Mr Smith
program.
The list as submitted was approvedfor reported further that Mr Cantej Kathryn Morrow, Edward Almond This'past week has indeed been a
enrollment on motion b>' Mr 10th grade-Sister Cantey, Johnny busy one, with elections for both
would
contact the
Dugan, seconded bIr Bailey, and Tobacco Company American and attempt Sumatra Williams Homecoming Queen, Linda Smith, TIMBER WANTED!
carried.Dr i elected by the football squad and
9th grade-Dede Smith, Billy
to secure ten acres of land from
Hamilton presented prelimi- I Bunting.8th Senior Superlatives, elected by the
nary plans for shower and dress- them for the same purpose. Following grade-Harriet Gandyt Susan entire student body. The Superlatives Any pine timber for sale, regard-
ing room facilities at North Florida a discussion of this report, Smith. for this year are as follows less of quantity; selective cutting or
a motion was offered by Mr Dugan. whole call ADEL
tracts. Please
Junior College prepared
as by seconded by Mr McLeod instructing 7th grade-Ann Ragans, William Mr and Miss M. IL S,-Billy
Mr Emil Hall, Architect for the Clark. GEORGIA, 7161 or 7501, COLLECT,
Rutherford Billie West.
: the secretary to secure priceson ;
Board. write
These or
plans were given preliminary -
this land and the possibility of CLASS OFFICERS: :Most Popular-Johnny Plant;
approval on motion by securing fifteen acres from each of SENIOR CLASS- Susan McCoy.BestAllAround.
Mr McLeod, and seconded by Mr DEL-COOK TIMBER CO.
President, Blalock Vice-
Maury
the two sources above. Motion was ; Donnie Floyd;
and
Bailey ordered forwarded
to
carried.A President, Billy Rutherford; Par- Tetna Bunker. I
the State Department of Education) liamentarian, Howard Donaldson; P. O. Box 499
motion was offered byIr Best Personality-Sonny Arnold; i
for final Motion I
! approval. was) Dugan Secretary, Jo Ann Townsend; Tr'asurer Jo Ann TownsendBest ADEL. GEOIGTA5OOOOOOOO.
! carried. instructing the secretary to
Susan :McCoy Sergeants-at- .
I contact Dr Sam H Moorer Direc- ; Walker
The secretary reported to the Looking-Wayne ;
Charles Armstrong, Buddy
arms _
Board fire damage caused by tor, Division of Instructional Field Barbara Hiers.
lightning to the boiler room at Services, and Mr James L Graham, ATTEST: Most Athletic-Wayne Gubs.; La-
:Madison County Training School Director, Division of Administration GRIFFIN BISHOP, Secretary. verne Brown. \
occurring October 3, 1959. An esti- and Finance, State Departmentof
mate of the damage in the amount Education, Tallahassee, requesting -
$4,533.20 was reported along witha these people to conduct a survey
letter of authorization from Mr of the supervisory and administrative -
Allen L Saunders with the General program in Madison Countyand RAILROAD FEATKERBEDDING :
submit a report concerningthese
Adjustment Bureau, Inc. representing -
Firemen's Fund Insurance survices to the Board of

Company, approving the estimatesand I'ublic Instruction. This motion was '
seconded by Mr Bailey and the
authorizing repairsto
necessary
be made. Mr Saunders gave assurance j votes were as follows: Ayes: Messrs $
and Smith Nos
of the insurance company's I Mr.Bailey MCLeod.Dugan : LOSSTO

full adjustment on this loss even I
though original estimates were Financial statements for Grades .
ceeded Motion was offered b>' eX-I 1-12, North Florida Junior College,
McLood. seconded by Mr and Suwannee River Junior College

instructing the secretary to secure were reviewed by the Board. .
necessary materials and personnelto Bills for the month of September THE NATION-INCLUDING YOU-EVERY YEAR

proceed with the repairs to this were reviewed and ordered paid. .
" damage. Votes were as follows There being no further business, I

Ayes: Messrs Cherry, McLeod, and the Board adjourned.

i I Smith Refraining from a vote were MARCUS CHERRY, JR. Chrm.
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I / Featherbedding on the railroads pay for work
1 IS ; .
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f '; not done or not needed is costing the American


people the shocking total of more than


-or, T $500,000. ,000 year..


:SSSIf You pay for it every time you shop because


featherbedding costs are hidden in the price of

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"V- everything you buy. '

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Obsolete union work rules, involving the rail- '


road operating employees, are responsible for this '

gigantic burden. Right now, for instance, these ; -


f rules require every diesel locomotive to carry a'
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fireman even though diesels have no fires for -
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it's planned insuranceprotection stoke, no boilers to tend. .


The rail_ ..

you want ..-. roads and the unions are urgently important to" _


we are the people to see. It's a regular part of the whole nation. --

our service to provide you with all the help you. need \ -
for In asking the unions to drop these featherbeddingrules
in choosing a well planned insurance program

your home, car, and usiness Call us for friendly,' all the railroads ask for is a fair day's

efficient service,, :.? work for a fair day's pay.
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This Gulf Life agent can tell you
3-6106 MADISON FLORIDA
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NOTICE: : OF BIDS-- APPOINTED CREW LEADER r tedarl
i BETSii: Azell B Zipperer has been appointed
LSAFE
CONSTRUCTION B F Williamson of Pensacola
leader
a crew for the 1959
i the week end at his old home
511nt
SPORTING
census of agriculture for the U S NEEDS '
Notice is hereby given that the Census Bureau. He will direct a New and Remodeling i'I here. lIe is a state deputy fire
Board of County Commissioners of I force of census takers who will marshal and was on his way home
:Madison County, Florida will canvass all farms in Hamilton, Howerton Supply Co. EVINRUDE MOTORS t! from the annual state-wide fire

accept bids on pressure treated Madison and Taylor counties. The CAMERAS & SUPPLIES i 1 prevention conference in Jackson-
creosote lumber at their next I ville.
A canvass begins 18th.
November
FISHING TACKLE
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regular meeting, November 4, 1959at $ t, ----
9:00 a. m., as follows: !iThV x. $ BROWNING WINCHESTER i ALL DAY SERVICESAll

1. 5000 feet of 4 x 10's-12 and 16 COMPLETE PEST CONTROLFREE REMINGTON GUNS I day services at Church of
foot lengths God in Greenville, Fla. the second
10,000 feet of 2 x 6's12 and 16 INSPECTION Q HOBBY CRAFTS I Sunday in November. Dinner on

foot lengths COMPLETE PHOTO SHOP I the ground. Special sinking in after-
! BURKE EXTERMINATING CO.
1000 feet of 8 x 8's-12 foot $ SPORTING GOODS I noon.
lengths. .
LAMBRETTA MOTOR
Bids will be opened at-9:00 a. m. JACK BURKE JR. Q I
6 Entomologist
SCOOTERS Your Frame CAN BEa
November 4, 1959. The Board re- A aK SMtn Cbosnl
serves the right to reject any and NECK ON THOSE LABELS 111 East Green St., flatteringaccessory

all bids. BEFORE YOU RMJTAKEGRANNY'S Phone 293JPERRY Hundreds to Choose From
THE SPORT CENTERCastle
DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk FOOT POwDERS,
TRADE WHERE THEY ARE
Board of County Commissioners. CANT CURE A TOOTHACHE FLORIDAWe MADE
7-2t-ch Park Shopping Center

PEANUT ALLOTMENT exterminate Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and VALDOSTA, GA. Twiggs Optical Co.

Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc. Valdosta, Ga. CH 4.0534HERE'S
NOTICE FOR BIDSNotice I b

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is hereby given that the announced October 6 that a national .e .
Board of County Commissionersof marketing quota of 931,000 tons /
:Madison County, Florida will and a national allotment of 1,610,000 CORVAIR
t accept bids on petroleum products acres for the 1960 crop of peanutsfor WHAT MAKES
picking and threshing had been
at their next regular meeting, November S
4, 1959, at 9:00 a. m, as established. .
follows: Florida's share of the national theRE'VOLUTIONARY'
I Regular Gasoline allotment is 53,201 acres, which is
Diesel Motor Oil practically the same allotment as .
Premium Grade Motor Oil establshed for the current year. _
SAE No. 40 Gear Oil ASC County Office Manager _
Regular Chassis Lubricant Charles F Sims stated that individual -
Revolutionary
:No 2 Diesel Fuel farm acreage allotments are now 4 roO 00
Bids will be 9:00 being established for eligible old Rear Engine
opened at a. m.
he expects @ 00 [L [D.
November 4, 1959. The Board :reserves grower farms and that .
the right to reject any and the notices to farmers will be released .h0 ; You never have to fuss with trorts small miracles
15.
all bids. by November : antifreeze. Turbo-Air 6 : With mileage. Ifs the

DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk G-E Freezers : warms up quicker, with trorW first production 8
Board of County Commissioners. CO. Short and sweet! Engine's In the rear-where it belongs; in a compact car. With more :. I less near; on parts. Airwith the ultra-smooth'
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7-2t-ch HOWERTON SUPPLY weight on rear wheels,you get extra road-griPPing traction. for cornering and driving on
..... ice.mud or snow.Also,by avoiding nose-heaviness of front engine.compact cars Corvair : plane-type heater goes : power of horizontally
rides smoother Styling of both 4 door models clean
handles easier, brakes better is :. to work almost instantly) :. opposed pistons
t and uncluttered es fresh and functional as modern architecture.

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THE YIELD IS UpON SAVING AT I Unipcick Practically TRUNK'S UP FRONT -Wheel ...and the most

Powel'Team FLAT FLOOR Lots IUHMI a a under Independent ; practical thing
: : the hood,where It's conven ; of all isEngine
VALDOSTA FEDERAL transmission and : A V(G, : lentforcrocerlespacu&K.uspenslon ; Cortair'sPRICE
drive gears are neatly : :
\ wrapped in one lightweight : i Springs at each wheel [ W !

ANNOUNCING- I f.vgioJe:; .less space : L IBM1 j NEARLY 3 FEET SHORTERCorvair's l cushJonbumpsindEpend-ently of each other for a -
almost 5 it
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UXISTRVT HOnVWV Con"air is Amerua's only : inches lower, 1,300 ride that rivals ouch ;
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,.:: nSIIEll compactcaruuha irtuaih" : pounds lighter, too. costlier cars. drive it
Body and frame are ; flat floor that gne* >-ou fall : Its compact size
combined into single 6-pasvenger comfort. For : makes ita joy to S > .
rigidly: constructed extra spare, folding .rear : jockey through ; ---: C or1l8iraU

a unit. that reduces Cor- seatconiertseavltomcLe : traffic pleasure '.. t.- _,' .
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1i CHERRY'S 66 Farmers of the, Big Bend area,

i accompanied by their wives an3

guests, gathered at the Woman's

Club in Monticello last Thursday -

I for the 26th annual stock-

holdeis! mees' : of the Monticello valuable! insurance
iA# No need to worry over your papers,
Production Credit! Association. More

thn 1UJ persons from Jefferson, policies, deeds, notes, mortgages, stock certificates, and

I Leon, Gadsden, Madison and Tay- the like if you keep them in one of our Safe Deposit
'HIIUL lor Counties were present. It com-

menced at noon with the servingof Boxes.

a harbecu dinner and popular

I I musc for the diners was providedby The box rental charge is very small, but the.peace of

a unit of the Jefferson High
I mind and security: are great -
I Band under the direction of Romulus -

Thompson.
Yours for complete banking service.
Frank L Herrin of Gretna, the -
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association president, called the

business meeting to order, after

which \VV Bassett, Jr of Monti- Florida Bank at MadisonMember

cello made the annual report of
the board of directors. Mr Bassett Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationAnd

said the association had made 469 I Florida National Group of Banks

loans to farmers-during the last I I I -
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$1,456,740, a 33',; increase over the over Johnson's Drug Store with

previous year. A good part of this the first year's loan's totaling I -

,increase was due to the demandfor 25000.: Altho government capitalwas football
Madison High School's
more capital purpose loans for increased to S120J500; this was I
I :team ran' away with GreendlIeI -
periods up to five )'ears.J all returned to the government by
NOW ENLARGED AND.I High last Friday night in Greenville
S Elam secretary-treasurer,,1954: as it was replaced by farmer-I and wound up with 44 points
presented the annual financial and owned capital and accumulated
made by
;;to none. Touchdowns were
operating statements showing that surplus Mr Simpson then conductedan
I 2) Wells
Rutherford <2), Floyd < ,
total assets were now $1,470,818, interesting panel discussion of I
((21.' and Blakxk Points after
and that farmer-owned net worth the benefits of PCA loans to far- Howerton.
and
Blalock
BETTER EQUIPPEDI! I touchdown,
amounted to 261478. Net earnings mers. Stockholders on the panel ------ -, -
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added to surplus amounted to were John M Finlayson and B L J1_

59,175.. after providing for possible Clayton of Jefferson County R L.'.

losses, taxes and a 3% dividend on Crafton and C L Gaston of Madison -

class A stock. County, E J Cowen and Oscar" Smith-Corona adding
New Full Line of Famous
Equipment A resolution was adopted pro- L Hurst of Gadsaen County and;

viding that government capital up Machines typewriters
C G Hartsfield of Tallahassee.Mr .
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Phillips 66 Tires to $150,000. could be obtained if
economic conditions demanded Hem-n and Mr Bassett were.
and cash registers.
it, altho there is no government re-elected by the stockholders for I
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capital in the organization at the 3 year terms as directors after

Alemite Front End present time.Richard which the board of directors re- I The

H Simpson, of Monti- elected Mr Herrin as Presidentand

Alignment Machine cello gave a brief history of the Mr Simpson as vice-president. Enterprise-Recorder

association since it was charteredin Other members of the board are

0 We've added one extra 1933. IIj told of its small beginning W M Inman of Quincy and P S

with $22,500. of govern- Cantey of Madison. .
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I > fr>*- each Board Member residence HOLIDAYs
SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION I PRECINCT NO. 10 HIXTOWN I district; same as County Commis-
i George Rjkard, Clerk. Howard .
II sioner Districts* You will vote for
Pursuant to the provisions of I'ughev! Mrs Russell Martin, Mrs cnl\ three ((3)) persons and not a

Chapter 23,726 Laws of Flun.!'a I Albert McLeod. noie than one in each of three R

and other: applicable provisions of I PRECINCT NO. 11 MACEDONIA I groups. If you vote for more than I In February, 1960 20 winning J
the Laws of Florida regular biennial I Hugh Williams Clerk. Dalton three on the entire ticket or more
in the AllisChalmersFall
school elections are hereby ordere Woodard. Emory Jackson J R New- { than one in each of three groups I couples

held in Special Tax School District I some. {|II your ticket will be void and will t Purchase Contest will vacation -
Number 1 (which includes the entire PRECINCT NO. 12 WINQUEPINWillie not count.
I in balmy Bermuda and
County of Madison under present Mathis, Clerk. Louie Webb When ticket is finished as
your
Laws 3, 1959. The visit fabulous New York City.
) on November J H Williams Truman Webb
will be
if
to trustees, correct, it as .
elections will b$ held at each pre- Board of County Commissioners ,fc.-cy AContest
follows: Three X's opposite three ; r
cinct voting center (as used for : 7-lt-ch
Madison County, Florida.
i candidates in three different groups is to enter-
and general elections> with easy 4/
primary
The two purposes of these elections I and two groups will have no X's "
the following duly appointed personnel in accordance with Law areas I appearing. That gives you three by doing part of your spring
hold said elections
:
to
; follows: votes for three persons each one ina equipment buying now" ,-
PRECINCT NO. 1-MADISON 1. To elect three persons (each I different group.
Rev James T Barber Clerk.
of whom must be a duly qualified I The rules as applicable to regular .
Frances Sanders, Mrs Lois Raines, Real opportunity to win- ,
de-
school elector hereinafter
as hours shall apply to these elect jons. I 1Rw.
Mrs Paul McClune. f! 1ed.) to trustees of entries limited Allis- :..
serve as This covers hours polls are open are to ; s

PRECINCT James D Scruggs NO. 1-A Jr- Clerk.MADISON Mrs Special Tax School District Number I. ((7:00 a. m. to 7:00 p m), methods I Chalmers customers whose .... .. ,,,,, z
1 the( entire county) for the ensu- of conducting election, counting ?
Joe Be'an.Irs: W P Ellis, Mrs irff,: biennium beginning January 5, ballots etc. I buying qualifies them between

Georgia Edwards. 19X(: and until their successors are -
PRECINCT NO. 2MADISONBill I Each manager is hereby requested September 25 and the end of -'
duly qualified. to call for ballot box during h. Y
Russell Clerk. Myrtice Ham- 2_ To fix the district millage rate I the year. ..
the day of Saturday October
rick, Kathleen Hughey, Mrs Julian to be levied the 10 mills and
on I 31, 1S59, at the office of the Supervisor ...
Gibson. district tax rolls in accordance with w
PRECINCT NO. 2-A-MADISON ; of Registration in the Court j BE A WINNER! Plan to t
,
Isham Harris, Clerk. Eloise Wade Law.The Trustees run on a countywide I I! House. I join the other winning couplesfor 4:f

Mrs Lester Register Mrs Mary.Jean ,basis and no two can be The County School Board shall
final a week of fun and ,sun.
constitute the canvassing-Board
Christmas. elpcted from any one Board l\Iem-1 .
PRECINCT NO. 3-LEE ber residence district (same in I to determine the elected trustees: SEE US FOR THE
R M Moore Clerk. C E Donaldson, territory and numbers as County The rule for determining this is as DETAILS'l'
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C C Brannen John Mickler. I Commissioners Districts). follows: RIGHT AWAY! .; ,

PRECINCT NO. 4 In order to vote in these elec- The highest three candidates who

MOSELEY HALL tions a person must meet all the live in three separate Board Member Contest I4Ibled to'federal:slot end local lawt. y3 I
Wash Johnson Clerk. Mrs Fay following qualifications: Districts shall be the three

Tuten Mrs Thelma Louise Rainey, 1. Be.a legal resident of Madison elected trustees for district (County -

IJoyd Brannen County (having lived in the *- :'s'us- abowf lt\;AMi-Cfcofmrt plan to .

PRECINCT NO. 5GREENVILLET State at least one year and the SMARCUS W CHERRY. JR. finance y.wr tend pvrcfias.of farm ettlli,.,..,.,.
S Studstill, Clerk. J A Miller, County at least 6 months prior to Chairman. 8-2t-ch

Lamar Patrick Gerald Bishop.. the date of election).

PRECINCT ,NO. 5-A GREENVILLE 2. Be a registered voter on the .
C II Brannen Clerk. J D Clayton General election Books.. Mrs Alex H Smith returned Mon ALLISCHALMIDSAU

David Byrd, Lawton Burnett. 3. Be a taxpayer' on real or day from a visit in Ossining N Y w or.m

PRECINCT NO. 6 HAMBURG personal property (or both) in with her mother Mrs W L Baldwin. $ AND SERVICE

Lewis Gaston, Clerk. Sam Jarvis,I Madison County and hold a 1958 She accompanied Mrs Billy Simpson -

Roy Bush. Albert Waldrep. I receipt for taxes paid to County and children who were enroute \
PRECINCT NO. 7 CHERRY LAKE' Tax Collector of Madison County.It 1J
to Mr Simpson Germany. 1 1ALLISCHALYERS
join in
Jack Johns, Clerk. George Burn ( might be well to carry this to

ett, Sr Mrs Theda Sapp Mrs Bob the polls in event any question r AC''ORS '; ....J 1 1t.
Millrer. f arises). The location of the property Mrs M H Waring is on a twoweeks' INC.

PRECINCT NO. 8 PINETTABob has no consequence just sinceit visit in West Florida visitingher
Hadden is in Madison County Florida.
Bass Clerk. John ,I daughters, Mrs J W Powell,at .,
M C Herring J Arthur Cruce. The candidates (or "write-in" SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS,. '
Panama city an Mrs B F Williamson '
PRECINCT NO. 9-TUTEN spaces) will be listed on electior : "f win 1\\ r

', Broward Sever, Clerk Mrs Mattie. tickets in five groups (one group Pensacola I '.





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acres 6 miles north of Greenville -

r: REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: on Greenville-Quitman

BUSINESS ACREAGE INDUSTRIAL FARMS highway. Available for 3 to MOSt18 Recapping Company : .

ESTATES RESIDENTIAL f years. G H THIGPEN,

, APPRAISALS phone FA 2-5978, Rt 2, Box su/f 90, opposite Ragans Motor Co. .
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
TITLE INSURANCE 43, Sanford, Fla. 8-2t-pd Madison, Fla.

112 West Base Street FOR RENT or SALE: Two bed-
MADISON. 'FLORIDA house Lake.. new tire service out of it
room facing Cherry
Phone HU 3-6277 See ROBERTS GROCERY or
Phone Cherry Lake 8396. 4-4t-ch --
BROADUS WILLOUGHBY NOTICEThe I I"S.HAVE RE-CAP TIRES FOR SALE

REALTOR HOUSEWIVES
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3-9431 HELP WANTEDYou
office. HU
Phone '
: Phone residence. HU 3.6481 you all the Tread Service A New Tire"
MADISON FLORIDA Board of County: Commis- Thinking of Christmas Money?
sioners of Madison County, Florida Write AVON Box 3103, Tal- more, and at much less cost
FOR SALE: Modern 3-bedroom can become successful in will offer for sale to the highest lahassee, Fla. Will tell you
house. Floor furnace. One-acre lot. business for yourself. Opportunitynow bidder four (4) junk automobiles as how to earn in your spare time. for tire conservation
-a For quick sale. in Madison County. For in- follows: _
One 100-acre farm, good house formation see C E HOWE, 914 1 Mercury I __ RECAPPING COt
White St., Live Oak or writeRAWLEIGH'S 1 Kaiser
paved road, near schools and
DEPT. FAJ-140-534, 1 Chevrolet i
churches. Only $13,500.
Several other farms. Memphis, Tenn. 1 Ford MY and Mrs Andrew C Gramlingand ,
Oct. 2, 16, 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20, pd All bids must be submitted before son Andrew Jr of Orangeburg I

FOR SALE: Aluminum house WANTED: Two curb girls and a : 9:00 a. November 4, 1959. S C were weekend guests of MrsJ
trailer. 22 x 8 ft, fully furnished night cook. Curb service 3 p. m. The bids will be opened at that J Newman and Miss Audrey New-
$600 cash. 72 hp Wizard out- to 12 p. 'm. at WHITE-TOP time.: These cars will be sold as man .for the Gramling family re-I sassing I a pickup when the Volks-
board $50 cash. C B DAVIS, 513 DRIVE-IN of junk and the buyer will not be wagon parked on a shoulder headed
S
on U 53 south union Sunday at Shiloh Church.
NW Washington St Madison, Madison. 3-lt-ch able to obtain a title. The Board south pulled out and struck the
Florida. 8-lt-pd reserves the right to reject any Friday rear fender of the Ford
WANTED: Some nice, soft, clean and all bids. m. 2 miles I Patrolman Kilpatrick reported no
FOR SALE: Dairy fertilizer, oak COME TO THE 145 between
DALE M. LESLIE. Clerk .
THE
rags. No buttons or woolens. > injuries and no arrest or charges.Appliances
and pine wood and two fuel ENTERPRISERECORDER.LIVE Board of County Commissioners.: MADISON T. A. CARNIVAL by Her-
oil heaters. iMACK HADDEJf.; Oct 23-2t-ch THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29th. '2, Madison
HU 3-6293, Madison. Fla. 8-4t-ch STOCK AUCTION SUPPER 6:00 7:30 P. M. : by M: E G-E
SELL, your cattle and hogs in our Cissy May is recovering from a VARIETY SHOW 8:15Adv't St.
FOR SALE: Super A Farmall tractor I
I I auction each Monday. Sales start at dislocated kneecap and expects to 1 ) Howerton Supply Co.
and equipment. CHEAP. O. A. I I
1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK have the cast removed this week. north was I
BASS, Rt. 1, Pinetta, Fla. 7-lt-pd
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YARDS, Monticello, Fla 3-tf-ch .

FOR SALE: Seminole oats, $1.40 ----- HEW-FROM THE WORLD'S LARGEST BUILDER! OF COMPACT CARS !

per bushel; germination 915%. No .. ., _... ..... ,.
SAMPALA GIRARDIN JEWELERSFor .. ''. >':>.' (. "--
noxious or other weeds. ... .. ::.-.
LAKE FARMS, Phone HU t-t'h'ti1. ..
3-6860. 7-4t-ch

I FOR SALE: 320 acres of land 5 SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL .,.. .
miles west of Madison. Write R, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY
Box 570, Madison, Fla. 6-2t-ch EXPERT REPAIRING

FOR SALE: Tobacco shade poles ;
and fence posts. JESSE STAL- s MEMBERS er
I VEY, 104 Peach St., HOMER- NATIONAL, .
VILLE, GA., Phone HU 7-2117. yes BRIDAL

6-5t-pd SERVICEVALDOSTA A
yt .
I FOR SALE: Practice piano. See' .: ,
MRS HAZEL WEST, at Kath: GA. r;sr

leen's Beauty Parlor, or call HU I! ;
3-6762 after 6 pm. 4-tf-ch
303 No. Patterson
FOR SALE: Pcavine hay, $40 per
ton; Coastal Bermuda, $30"'pet i
ton. at least 5 tons or more. J. D. ScruggsFORESTER i :J
Call IIU 3.2246, Madison, Fla.6r2tch.
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REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. .:
FOR SALE: Large electric refri- HU 3-6186 ",

gerator, in good condition. Can MADISON, FLA.
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be bought for $30. at home of .
I Sadie Mae Thigpen, two miles .....:

west of Greenville on U S 8-lt-90. FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm .,....... ........ ..,.. ...., :
BY POPULAR DEMAND-A BRAND-NEW RAMBLER AMERICAN FOUR-DOOR SEDAN FOR '60. Two-door sedans and station ,
Timber Ranch Loans wagons, too-official economy champs-offering fully automatic transmission, reclining seats. Shorter turning radius, easiest parking.


TELEVISION QU1T1AN SERVICE THE Long EVERY THE MADISON Terms TUESDAY REPRESENTATIVE- COURT Low MORNING.InterestSEE HOUSE AT Come See the New Ramblers for '60


} 401 E Stevens St.

We Repair MNW'WADSWORTHRegistered I THE NEW STANDARD OF BASIC EXCELLENCE
Record-Players-Automobile RadiosA -.
Few Choice SelectionsIN ,-.... ..",.. ." ..

USED TV SETS SurveyorPhone E
Work guaranteed satisfaction
PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE HU 3-2372

OUR WAY OF SAYING. MADISON. FLOPJDA .
"THANK YOU" '
For your grinding and mix
Phone 9481 Quitman, Ga. .a.r i
Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers ing on your farm, call WEST .
END MILLING COMPANY, ; :::r.i.: >_..;: (. ':
BEFORE SELLING your .timber Qditman, Ga. Call phone 4971 : _j :li:L >> ...,...,, ,:".._ :', ." j
or timber land please see me. We New Three Seats Tailgate is a fifth door New 1960 Rambler 6 or Rebel V-8. SixNew 1960 Ambassador V-8 Four-Door
are also interested in buying a collect. with positive key lock to keep children safe. passenger Four-Door Sedan, above, FourHardtop by Rambler-the compact luxury
limited amount of pine-hardwood Passengers step in easily. Easy to load,too. Door Hardtop and 2and 3<
pulpwood delivered by truck to TobaccoMeeting .

Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. Ramblers big car performance with small car Only Rambler Gives You

See write L.or P. call GIBSONRt. There will be a tobacco meetingat -already breaking all records. See economy; big car room and comfort the Best of Both:

3, Madison Florida the Elks Club in Live Oak clean,modern styling that has not sacwith small car maneuverability; finest .
Phone: Cherry Like 8363 Monday Oct. 26th at 11 a. m. on rifieed headroom or ease of entrance. qualitywithlowprice.SingleUnitConBig car room and comfort.,
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the question of leasing and transfer See the new standard of basic excellence struction,"Deep-Dip"Rustproofing.. Small car economy andhandling .
FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentwith of acreage allotments. The with ideal balance:the ideal balance of At your Rambler dealer's today. I
one bedroom, living room, House Tobacco Subcommittee (of Y'"", ... --_ .4eottdw1oM: <# ease
kitchen and private bath, for the National Congress) will con- # .
couple only. Also for sale: Three duct the hearingJ SEE AND DRIVEAMERICA'S M001 SUCCESS
fuel oil heaters. MRS E F DICK- > CAR RAMBLER PRICES START AT
:
Phone HU F Buckhalt of St. Augustinehas
INSON,
32396.6tfch returned home after a week's MO.1 in compact car sales MO. 1 in established resale value Ma 1 in sift S t 7 95

Downstairs apartmentto visit with Mr and Mrs Cecil Buck-. owner-proved economy NO.in balanced qualities NO.in airplane-type ,; t I' ............. ...... f
RENT Lake.x ,t ttisa G
FOR : halt and children at Cherry .
permanent couple, private bath Single Unit design NO.1 in quality construction and features NO. 1 in :..-=' ':t.* .ncas :

and private entrance. MRS M L Mr Walter Renfroe of Charlottesville CQiwntkal,,trouble-free operation NO.in owner loyalty ==.ric qrr::
WALKER 115 W. Dade Street. Va. is spending some timeht're .....--- .
Phone HU 3-6243. S-U-ch with relatives. See Your Rambler Dealer Today .

FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished

J apartment NEWMAN apartment., and, a Phone newly Apply HU furnishedgarage 3-2523 MRSJ Howerton G-E Appliances Supply Co. VICKERS IMPLEMENT# CO. INC.317 S. RANGE ST.sacxxsssxsxsssssssxssxsss ,

311 North Range St.44tch _
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FORESTRY CONSULTANTS TIMBER MARKETING

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CHERRY. LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES '1' !

CHURCH CHURCHA 118 N. Orange St.
A preaching service every Sunday When buying
NEED YOUR WATCH REPAIRED? yourER
\WELCOME YOU
preaching Service every Sunday Eook Study: Wednesday 7:30 p. m
ist and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. SEE KELLY WATCHMAKER
morning1st Sen'ice Meeting: Friday 7:30 'p. m.. from
end and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. Ministry School: Friday 8:30 p. m. All Repair Work Guaranteed Newsboys .
:. Sunday School eachSunday Ii ble lecture: Sunday 3:00 p. m.. GOOD USED WATCHESNew
2nd and 4th 11:00
10:00 Sundays a. m. Please DO NOT park in the
at a. m.
I Prayer Service each Sunday School every Sunday.1st Watchtower Study, : watches and bands fur that street and make your newsboy run

I Wednesday 8:00 p. m. and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. Sunday 4:15 p. m cppreciated gift. out into the street to make a sale.

Family Night covered 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP. Kindly pull over to the curb.

dish supper, Friday Family Night Covered Dish Supper Jumbo MADISON Our newsboys have instructionsto
Hamburg 30c.. STAY OUT of the streets, and
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. Friday night after second Sunday
Woman's Society of every month promptly at 7:00 p. m. Choicest of Steaks and Sea ( 0 we will appreciate your cooperating -

Christian Service Woman's Society of Christian Ser- Foods at WHITE TOP with us AND THEM for

meets Thursday after vice meets on Monday night after DRIVE-IN on.U S No. 53 NOTICE TO CREDITORS THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very

1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. FLORIDA STATUTES

Methodist. Men's Club meets I The Methodist Men's Club 'meets south of Madison! 3-lt-ch: .l IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY much.CIRCUIT rtAvot

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY, COURTCase 4 .
YEARS
.W
AGED +
Springs Tuesday after ,
Tuesday after the 4th Sunday SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULE FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.In .
4th Sunday 8:00 p. m. re: Estate ofV
8:00 p. m. WMAF L Collins, IN WOOD
Official Board meets 1st Wednesday Deceased.TO .
numbered month The Official Board meets each 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music of State vs Royce Herbert Pepsi-Cola
each even I ALL
CREDITORS
7:55 AND "
month following the on News PER- Hcndry Jr, charged \\ith assault Bottling Company
supper
service.
after prayer 8:00 Baptist Hour SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS with intent to commit rape, was Ph 171. Perry F'aCOMPLETE'! .
Commission Education meets Family NightP.
on 8:30 Gospel Music AGAINST SAID ESTATE: tiled in Circuit Court here last
1M Wednesday each odd numbered K. ROWELL S. S. Supt.
9:00 Revival Time You and each of you are hereby Friday before the follojury: I H- .
month after prayer service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE Treas. notified and :
9:30 Gospel Concert required to present any George F Burnett Jr, R D Davis, -- -
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. C. B. DAVIS, PASTOR 10:00 News claims and demands which you, or I Sam Jarvis, W G Clements, J M j jLammons I
THOMAS SURLES, HARRY M. I INE;
10:05 Sunday Serenade either of you, may have against and Gordon Selman. Jury
COCHRAN, Asst's.C. LEE METHODIST CHURCH 10:45 Prelude to Worship tho estate ofV L Collins de- returned verdict of not guilty.
B. DAVIS, Pastor. 11:00 ceased, late of said FLOOR TILESAND
Morning Worship County, to the Clarence Mobley charged with as-

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching Every Sunday. 12:00 News County Judge of Madison County sault with intent to commit murder,
GREENVILLE, FLA. 1st and 3rd Sundays 12:15 Afternoon Melodies Florida, at his office in the court plead guilty .to aggravated assaultHe

Sunday School __ 10:00: A. M. --..-.- 11:00 a, m. and 7:00 p. m 12:55 News house of said County at Madison, was placed on three years' probation
Morning Worship'u' "... 11:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies Florida, within eight calendar and ordered to pay medical CABINET TOPS
.m.
1:30 Afternoon months from the time of the first I
Bap'ist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday School Every Melodies expenses incurred oy Rudolp.1Var-
Evening Worship __ 7:30 P. M. Sunday............-......... 10:00: a. m.x 1:40 Serenade In Blue publication of this notice. Each ren at rate of $10 per week until
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P.M Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:55 News claim or demand shall be in writing said bill of $552. 1 is paid. Also Howerton

-...--.-_..-..-....-....-... 6:00 p. m 2:00 Hour 0: Decision and shall state the place of ordered to pay Court costs of $3S. Supply Co.
'HANSON METHODIST CHURCH ZEB WILLIAMS, Pastor 2:30 Musical Sunday residence and post office addressof Case of Samuel Barton Appel aid I

Preaching Services every First BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt. 2:55 News the claimant, and shall be swornto Victoria Caldwell, unlawful possession -
and Third Sunday 11:00 A. land 3:00 Musical Sunday by the claimant, his agent or' of marihuana, was nolle -- -

7:30-P. M. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 3:55 News his attorney, and any such claim or prossed. I

Sandy School every Sunday Preaching 4:00 Hit Parade demand not so filed shall be void. Cases of Corbett Nobles, unlawful Aluminum screens and frames
10:30 A. M. every Sunday 4:55News MARY D COLLINS, possession of moonshine whiske
Sunday School cost less than wood. I
10:00 A. M. As executrix of the Last Will stilT
Family Night Saturday before 5:00 Music At Sundown and of Charlie Alexander
Every second Sunday 4:00 P. M. Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M. 5:30 Headlinet & Weather, and Testament of W L Collins de desertion and withholding means of HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.

KEV. C. M. SAPPINGTON Pastor Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 5:33 Sign Off ceased. support from minor children were "
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO I First publication October 23rd. 1959 II III continued temporarily. '

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting every I CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE 8-4t-pd I Cases of Lee Jay, desertion and I SAFE BETS 1

Sunday School _._ 10:00 A. M. Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M. withholding means of support from "

Morning Worship ..__... 11:00 A. M. W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ Schedule Circles wife: ; Jimmy Liggins, making, uttering
'Daily Program Baptist
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union and delivering a worthless i
Evening Worship _.___ 7:30 P. M. check. Leroy Cody, desertion and :
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST WMAF 1230 ON YOUR DIAL Baptist Circles T will meet Oct I I withholding means of support from 'I
GURR
Minister
6:00 A.M minor children and Lovett
; Brasby
On
Brotherhood last Thursdayof Sign 26th as follows. Circle No. 1, with :
each: month at _..__ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. its chairman Mrs Van H Priest, desertion! and withholding means of
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:25Vorld & State News at her home at 10 o'clock am. No.II support from minor child; were
Evelere Kelley Circle i 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour 2. Mrs J J Conway chairman 1 placed on absentee docket, defendants -

3rd Thursday _...__ 2:30 P. M. Come Worship With Us 6:45 Rudy Hamrick,' will! meet at the home of Mrs being at large.
V. L. SINGLETARY, S. S. Supt (Mon. Wed Fri. I Charity Robinson, alias Mutt
Sunday School __ 10:00 A. Is!. ) Laura Warnock at 10 o'clock am.
'ALBERT KELLEY B.T.U. Director Morning Worship _._ 11:00 A. M. 6:55Vorld News No. 3 with chairman, Mrs Henry Robinson, Dan Randell, and George
REV. LEWIS D. HUGIIEN, Pastor Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. AL 7:00 State News Messer, at her home at 10 am. No.I Freeman found guilty of unlawfully

Evening Worship ......_ 7:30 P. M. 7:05 Coffee With Ray ..tith its chairman, Mrs J A removing depositing and concealing -
\WELCOME; TO ; intoxicating beverages with in-
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. 7:45 World News Smith Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH defraud
tent to the State of
Bi-otherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 7:50( State News Nita McCullough Circle, Miss Irene
School 10:00 A. M. Florida of the thereon
Sunday tax ,
Jack Pickles .._......._.._ S. S. Supt. 7:55Veather News Williams, chairman, ,will meet with were M
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. each sentenced to two in lr
Sim ... 8:00: Coffee with Dora Wlliams years fW.WwIFt
Andrews B. T. U. Director Ray Mrs Monday eveningat '"r
..,_ .
Training Union 6:30 P. M. 9:00 prison RATIOM1.SAFtTY COUNCH.jjb
Morning Devotions .
REV. 7:30.G
Evening Worship _..___.. 7:30 P. M. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor 9:15 Musical Interlude Charlie Alexander, who had plead 'I TAKE AN OLD FLAME
Prayer Meeting 7:30 P. M. guilty to unlawfully entering without
CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 9:30 Music. Unlimited ON A PICNIC'4 MOOT KIND=
Church Business Meeting First CHURCH 10:00 News H Thigpen of Sanford spenta breaking a truck of anotherto ONLY PONT LEAVE A NEW FLAME,
Wednesday night of each month. 10:05 Music Unlimited part of the week end the past commit petit larceny was sentenced BURNING BEHIND 7

Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second Preaching Services Sunday 10:30 Music Unlimited week at his old home around to one year in count:; jail.!' -- .
every -- -- -- ----- --- -
Thursday night of each month. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 11:00 Music Unlimited Greenville and Madison. I I

Preaching Service Every Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 11:15 Public Service 30c.'
Come Worship Wifh Us. Sunday School every Sunday at 11.30 Record Session Jumbo Hamburgers ALBRHTON BROS.
REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor 10:00 A. M. 12:00 World News Choicest of Steaks and Sea'E 7

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M.J 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes Foods at WHITE TOP TRACTOR CO.

; REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor Prayer Meeting everyVednesdayl 12:30 Talk Of The Town DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, rm
at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood 12:40 Uncle Ned
Services FIFTH
Sunday. STREET
every pJIJ
south of :Madison. :-lt-ch
first Thursday 12:45 State News
Sunday School 10:00 a. m. every TEL. FO 2-2381 '
'Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. month at 7:30 P. M. 12:50 Farm News YOUR MASSEYFERGUSONDEALER

Staining Union __..._ 7:00 p. m. EverybodyVelcome.. 12:55Veather News Keaton Beach-On
EeningVorship __ 8:00 p. m. REV. J. R. COLLINS Pastoc. 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade LIVE OAK,' FLA. .

Prayer Meeting Wed. ._. 7:30 p. m 1:55 News
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST '
2:00 The Gulf
Gospel Time
4--dOSELEY; HAUL BAPTIST 701 South Range 2:30 Public Service I II a . . . . . U .
CHURCH Bible Study ___ 10:00 A. M. 2:45 Afternoon Melodies .

..EV. JACK LAMB Pastor Lord's Supper and 2:55Vorld & State News(I I Water front lots priced from One Great Team
S. R. Sapp Chairman Board of Edification _, ...._ 11:00 A. M. 3:00 Afternoon Melodies 10% down balance to : :
$995. ,
Deacons. Bible Study ____ 7:00 P. M. 3:45 '; Public Service
Billy Bailey BTU Director Preaching 7:30 P. M 4:00 News suit. Safe, clean bathing beach,
Leroy Cruse --Associate Director Ladies' Class ..._. -. Thursdays 4:05 Request Parade good fishing and hunting, just : Amoco White Gas & Super Permalube Oil :

Leroy Cruse .... .. S. S. Supt NEW HOPEFUL 4:55Vorld & State News the spot for your Beach Home, .

Miss Merle Bass _...,.. Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 5:00: Request Parade or week-end Retreat at a price .

Mrs Juanita Cruse ___ Pianist Services every first and third 5:45 Sports Highlights the '--..... .
unequalled place on
6:00 any
World News
.
School 10:00 A. M Sundays at 11 a. m., and 8:00 p. m. >-
Sunday Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 6:15 Twilight Tunes coast. 20 mi. S. W., of Perryon w tMC ;
Morning Worship _.... 11:00 A. M 6:55 News
a.m. Hwy S361 (soon to be competed .
Training Union 7:00 P. M. 7:00
Sign Off
framing
Union every Sunday 7:00p. s r ,
Evening Worship __ 8:00 P. M. m. PROGRAMS SUBJECT: TO south via Steinhatchee). tllMt ti

Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30 P. XL REV. W. T. RYCROFT. Pastor CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Come see us, or write P. O. .

Just as I am, without one plea. BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH Box 301, Perry, Florida. J

I come Regardless of your clothes. Welcomes You Plagued Day And 4-6t-pd : : i
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condition. Whether cotton. Services Every Sunday

spun. You are welcome REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor NightwithBladderDiscomfort

church service. Home-I. Sunday School ..._ 10:00 A. M, Georgia : MEDDERS : I
Morning Worship .._ J. 11:00 A. M. .
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Choir Practice ___.._ 6:00'P. M. ?
School. ......... 10:00 A. M. PLATE GLASS /
Sunday Training Union ___._.._ 6:30 P. M. Unwise eating: or drinking may be a ,
Morning Worship ".'_'_ 11:00 A. M. Evening Worship _._....._ 7:30 P. M. source of mild but annoying bladder 1l
_..___ 7:30 P. M. irritation*-making you feel reties Company
Evening Worship Prayer: Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. tense, and uncomfortable. And if rest
Vouth Service: Wednesday 8:00 P. M. less nights, with nagging backache. GLASS : AMOCO STATION : I
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST headache or muscular aches and pains
REV. B. -BRICKLEY.. Pastor doe to overexertion strain or emotional
CHURCH upset are adding to your misery-don't GLASS BLOCK .
L. D. S. SERVICE Services, every Saturday at Mad- wait Doan'-try Pills Doan's act PiIU.3 ways for speedy ., MIRRORS '

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF ison American Legion Hall. relief.bladder 1-They irritation have.a 2-soothing A fast effecton pain- : HE MEBDEBS, Owner : I
LATTER DAY SAINTS Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. relieving action on nagging backache 215 W. Savannah Ave.
School 10:00 a. m. Church Service at 3 p. m. headaches muscular aches and pains.
Sunday
I-A wonderfully mild diuretie action Phone: CHERRY 2-5285, New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas,Tires Batteries & Accessories I
Sacrament Meeting __ 11:00am. E C WILLIS S S Supt thru the' dnm. tending to increase the. Valdosta, Georgia r
Belief C.r'AUd Friesthood Time HAROLD YATES. Pastor Tele- So.output get of the the same 15 miles happy of relief kidney millions tubes. r LUBRICATION WASHING & POLISHING I

and place as announced at Sacra- E'eryoneVelcome, have enjoyed for over 60 years. New. aN
ment Meeting. phone HU 3-6517. large Doan'economy Pills today site IDOAN'S saves money.. Get FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRATTON CORNER BASE & SHELBY STS. I

!ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN MOTORS R .
PHONE HU 39419r
FREE Touch-typing course with
t LEGION HALL SMITH-CORONA portable PilLS 10 per cent Down Payment I e'a I
1 R. CARRYL Branch Pres. every
HOWERTON
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CO.
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typewriter at The E-R. . . (
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